The Middleburgh post. (Middleburgh, Snyder Co., Pa.) 1883-1916, July 10, 1902, Image 10
..,it,;. Vviu. . v ru! FOR SYSTEMIC CATARRH Peculiar to Summer Pe-ru-na Gives Prompt and Permanent Relief. 1LLAGE8 IF , BEE G0UH1W BV ITS CORP3 OP COHRSSPONDENTS1 W.M 1 Cz.t4C.Jf ?eriAirjT l. 0:.Af""" X iZV mo nrvf it Vk'l,tit.iia'tw'iii'ti'8'i''a't'gig'8't'it't'8tittir8tiiii'S'i!'iiii:fKS U?Sd! WEST BEAVER. I'htii i Adam Thomas ami wife, Keedy Steely, of Lowel, has bet itin'witli his sister, Mrs. Mai I is Ho(.fn!?!f, l Vira MiffliB ou,,uJ'' for the past week. Jockey George ami family, f MeClure, lu'M an ice cream fw4al I ,r...lrlJ lar SuttltvJ-IV at laiiiei h-b"" - .veiling T F. Swiulonl aiul three Iwys, of MeWvtown spent a few Uys here last week g friends. Pete llomig, of Milroy, wi seen ,m our streets last Satunhy. Kzurii Knepp, of LewwtoAV. spent s...l.,v wit his nareuts at Cross- grove. The Fourth passed oti very -quite in our eity. 1. W. Treaster and wife, of Ivitovn, spent a few day here last week pmtting ng tfruit. Tlie wet weather we haw had at week prevented some of -ir far mers from finishing cutting -vheat. A small shipment of .'huckle berries was made liere last week by J. 15. !?lc;llenbergor. Some of our soliool teachers think they will have a hard battle to fight .here on ihe 14th with Prof. W'allmrai acting ae captain. Ievi R. Treaster took a "trip to Juniata .county last week to gay his daughter, Mrs. ihloak a visit. To have given up would have meant the death of Mrs. LolsCragtf, of Dorchester, Mass. For years she had endured untold misery irom a severe luntr trouble and obstinate cough "Often,'" she writes, "I could scarcely breathe and onie times could not speak. All doctors Mid remedies failed till 1 use Dr. King's Sew Discovery for Con sumption and was completely cured. UnfWora from Coughs. Colds, Throat rod Lung .Trouble need this prana remeay, ior it aisupp-iiuin, rum is guaranteed by the Middle' bureh Drug Co , Graybill, Gftrman & Co., Richfield, Pa., Dr. J. VV. Sampsell, PennHcreek. Pa. Price 5"c and $1.W. uriai potties iree. McCL-UftE. Farmer -are experiencing trouble to cut their grain on account ot rain The hayerop is the shortest ecer had in this taction. Farmers are reeowing their wheat Ileitis with clover. The clover sov ed last Spring all being killed by tlie drought. Wm. Iloffttun, J. E. llenfer am several others that re working at Logan were home over lite 4th, the vork being eufended a few days. The shirt factory lias again sus pended for a week, owing to the fact of having no goods to work on. The4tb. was olieerved at this place in different ways. Some in putting off fire work, and others by taking too much "oh be joyful" the latter felt the most patriotic. Amnion L. Bickle, who ia work ing at Patterson, Pa., putting down cement walks was home over Sun day. The Bell telephone company have staked of a line through this valley and are going on to Sunbury. They settle and pay all damage claims as they go. This is different from what the other company did when they went through. Tbey cut dawn trees and limbs of trees and just left them lay where they cut them down without ever asking or settling for the damage. Isaac Dreese was called to Pitts burg last week 6 wing to some trouble about a car load of nail keg staves shipped to that place. 1 IMB't Pall t Try TkU. Whenever an honest trial is given to Eleotrio Bitters for anv trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected. It never falls to tone the stomach, re. gulate. the kidneys and bowels. stimulate the liver, invigorate the nerves and nurifv the blood. It's a wonderful tonio for run-down sys tems. Electric Bitters positively cure Kidney and laver Troubles, Stomach Disorders, -. Nervousness, Sleeplessness. Rheumatism. Neural gia, and azDflla Malaria. Satisfac tion guaranteed by the Middleburg vtag Do., Ursybiii, Carman Co., jfrchfield,PtnPr.;r. W. Sampsell, SHREINER. Ira Sanders of Pittsburg is vitit ing bis purt-nt'ut this place. I Miss Ma'i Lesher, of North umber- j land spent a few days with Miss lloust ami Miss Young of this place. The festival held for the- beuefit of the Sander's Hollow Sunday school on Saturday night ws well attended. J. F. Valborn, wife and daughter of Sunbury, spent Sunday citti Jno. Shatter tad family. Miss Cora Derk of Northumber land is visiting her auut, AIr9 IIol lenback. Miss Harriet Wetzel of Sunbury, i is visiu.nir lier parents. SaiiMiel Tmxel and l!v friend of lveuovx, spent Sunday v.th his par ents. BiiPt Schaeiler anJ wife siwiit Sundavwith Mr. i.ittort Winlield. Samuel Smith snA Miss Cora Bailey both of this place, were unit ed in ;he Holy bonds of matrimony on Sunday. The good people of this wince wish tliem happiness and suctxsss in all their undertakings. Mo IiUUKvr llinu l'niir IImikI is tlie spot In your back directly affect ed by IuiuIjuko. But it 'is big euougb to pPDHtniie you until a kind frieoa rubs i'erry Davis' ravukiller into yow nehiug flesh. Then the throbbing puiK, whioli has been as ld as toothache, dies way. Puinkiltor k etmally gotNt iu relieving aciatica and the varies forme .for rheumatiui. 2."c and WV. bottlos! 8CHNEE. Don Hoover and John Shadle, f Fremont, started foi Atlantic City last Holiday to stay a "few weeks. Do not forget that 'the St. Johtfi Union Sunday school will hold thr; annusil picnic, July, 18th. llev. D. I. Schaefler, the llefonu- ed minister, nreaclhecl in the St. ' a John's -church Sunday forenoon. Howard Hoover au! F. Landiri were to Sunbury Thursday to trans act sotsie business. The 4th of July Cekbration was well atttmlcd from all parts of the county. Mrs.I. P. Wendt audsnof Meiscr ville, w3ie in town Sai&rday. Some if our people attsnded the show at Fremont last Saturday night Jb.J. k.ersttter, wiie and son and Henry Harding and wife were to Mckecsto visit Geo. 1111 Sunday. Wm. A Harding, Esther Hard iner and Stella Hoover started for A lien town a Monday. Next Sunday forenoon lev. C. C. Miller the Liitheran minw.er wi preach in the St. John's church. David Hoover was to Scliasgrove oti Monday to transact some business, Sel More Help. Oftfin the over-taxed oreaas of di gestion cry out for help by Dyspe noia'a nftios. Xausea. Dizziness H AftHanhea. liver eomnlaints. bowel disorders, sucn trouoies cau ior prompt use of Xr. King's New Life Pills, They are gentle, thorough and guaranteed to cure, cents at tha Afildlflburff Drue Co.. Gray- bill, Garman and Co., Richfield, Pa. Dr. J. W. SampBelL Pennscreek. Pa. SELIN8GROVE. . The funeral of J. H. Ulsh which took place on Wednesday of last week was largely attended. The business places were closed from 10 to 1 o'clock, there were many per sons from the surrounding towns present among them from your town we noticed ex-Prothonafy Wit tenmyerr Shiriff Bow and Editor P.S.fiiUer. ; Mrs. Buffington of York passed through here on her way to her home. She was aocompained by Mrs. Grabill and child. Editor Lumbard and wife spent Sunday of last week at Sunbury with Murray Smith and family. Mrs. Smith being their daughter. Mrs. S. P. Burns was heated to a genuine surprise party on Monday evening of last week;; which the womens relief corps had gotten up, and to find her sister Mrs. Dr. Ul rica ot Millersburg in- the crowd was an additional surprise. . . Mrs. C. H. Klose and daughter jter, Mrs. Elmer Snyder. lv Kurt Gauglor, ph itographer il Hani-iuirg is on a viit tt his parents. " Francis App of Lvkens .Valley csuueovtr last Mom lay to sec his brother, Norm ill, who had been sick but is out again. Mrs. Pine is making a visit with Mi. 4. 11. Ul.-h. S!k- expetits to rout liu for some time Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Mi. Car- mcl the latter a niece of Mrs. Wag ner were entertained in town several ays last. week. If r. and Mrs. I. II. Eiscnhuth are entertaining iurs. lMsenourg oi Iweading. ueo. I lames went to I uie Sum mit to see his wife ami llll(l, wlio ire visiting her parents. Dauntless llookc Ladder Co. were guests ot the lioemeii at Danville oil tlie-ltu. A nuiulier ot our citizens took iu the celebration there and at Muncy. The suul racket was in dulged in here, in the eveuing, bal loons were sent skyward and rockets and other fire works were set off, which furnisit4 nmusement for the crowds ou the streets. Dr. II. F. Wagenseller Kid wife eft ou Saturday for a tri,: to the west, they exw-jt to be goae alxut a inontk. Johu and "Garfield lustner -of Sunbury were 4th of July visitor?. Lawrence Lontz night oinirator at the Junction accompaineil by his wife and chile have taken a trip to Ual'w urove t visit Mrs. L s Dareirte. J. S. Bunlihart, ami daughter. Mary and Hober Gearhort of Sun bury are gueo.s of Mrs. Margnet Sclioch. J. C. Forrester is mining a Bttre foot, it has been quite sore, but ts improving. Will Mark -of Phila..avd acoiwin of his from ebanon are visitiiu; the former s parents. Mrs. Geo. Holmes .is eutertainiijg her father Mr. Matlis ana a nephew of l'hila. ur. v. ji. L'lsii aim wite ac compained Mr. Mitchcllv(fier father) to his home at Dnttsvotnl for a few days. H. B. Mover, of the Courier, was iu town oil Saturday. On Friday night one '(if the most tarrilic thunder tiVjrm ever known ha'-e, passoxl over the town about 1 1 o'clock, accotnpaincd by a downpour of rain the latter ilastetl only about 10 minutes but a great duel ot water feiL Dr. N. II. Nipjle and wife of Akron, O., are (feuding several weckc with fritudi. Mrs. Gleason aitxl laugLter of Driftwood attended the fuwral of Druggist UJsh. Perctval Herman bought the Fisher property on Market St. now, occupied by A. A. Conrad and fam ily. Consideration we understood was $1,500. Miss Lydia Fisher returned home from a five weeks trip to Hazleton and Berwick. If A Han Lie to Y, And say eovan other salve, oint ment, lotion, oil or alleged healer is as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles. Burn". Boils, Corns, Felons, Ulcere, Cuts. Scalds, Bruises and Skin Eruptions prove it's the best and cheapest. 25 cents at the Middleburg Drug Co., Orarbill, Garman Co., Richfield, Pa., Dr. J. W. Sampsell, Pennscreek, Pa. VERDI L, LA. , A. F. Aucker and' family of Chulaslcy spent Sunday. with friends at this place. Miss Lizzie Schrey is spending the week with her friend Miss Bertha Keller at Duncannon, Pa. Dr., II. M. lvrebs and A. S. Sechrist transacted business at Sun bury last week. D. L. Neitz Is working on a farm near Danville during" hay making and harvesting. Chas. Kantz of Sunbury spent Sunday at home. R. S. Aucker of Sliamokin was here to see the crops on his farms. 'Squire Sechrist is housed on ac- to much cxer. '-. Our Im had ('i'' di.-play lire ir!s ; mv . igl.t. BAP. WANTED VVe will pay th liKheMt t-Hsh .ri. f for lmikli'livtrel in MublU'liiirg. tl. MlKIU.KIU HO I.KATMKH Mill t'O Qiicn Alexandra yeslpnlay er.r alnpii 10.000 I otuldii fcivriii nrni .r Fentfd 1 carh Km-st a luxe l .l..n late and a nilver kIU l.nmrh. Vice Cham-'-llor Orpy, of New Jprspy, Isnuptl on inlunttion restraining thi Glass Blowers' Association from inter ferlng with the operation ot tb U. W Jonas g!as wmks at Minetola. lit:, iiiki. Unlllr.1. No! I did not ask for i Ih.uIu any clieaper, or twice as hi rue, or one made by yotirselvc. I did ask lor mid will not have anv substitute fr lVrry Davis' rainkillei; I huve used it, my father used it and I would not Ik? sur prised if my grandfiither did so too; therjisno iiuiialioii that can eUI it. That I am sure of for stomneh aclie. .. A CniSHKK FOIl FWEDDV, ' FweJJy FonplngtiM Ah you fond of luw-s, Misa MoneybngM? ' Mltm if. Yes; big dogs. Not pup pies. Chicago Daily New. Toh Man to III Trade. This world which eometlmes 'cm to balk Would iog aloim more nearly right If pufflllM would ntvix talk And nenators would never flKht Washington star. t Aiikliiw T Miarh. VriL'lit You hiiy you kiiw lh ed Itor throw nil my jokes in the htovo? Penman Yes; 1 di.l. "Uhy tlidn't you Kave tlutu fur me? 'I)o you suppose 1 wus going to pull your ehi'stuuts out of the lire'.'" YoukcrH Stiiti'smnn. lulrrralliiK u KxrMJiia;. 1 noticed a large crowd gathered 5n frout f your hoiuw- this morning, IVorrit. What was the matter?" "I was discharging thit xik." J? mart Set. There is more Catarrh in this sec tion the count ry than all other ili eeases put together, ml until the kt few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years dvtetors pronounced it n local di sease, and prescribed local rem edies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pro nounced it incurable. Scionco has proven catarrh to be a constitution al disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall'" Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. ' It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon f ul. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. . F. J. CHENEY &CO., Piopa, Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. d.all-8 Family Pills ara the best. YourHair "Two years ago my hair was llln our bidlv. I purchased a i bqrjle pf Ayer's Hair Vigor, and soon my hair stopped coming out. . Miss Minnie Hoover, Paris, 111. Perhaps your mother had thin hair, but that is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair. If you want long, thick hair,1 feed i it with Ayer's Hair Vigor, and make it rich, dark, jand heavy. I SLMaMtt. All Liu cm dollar and w win txpreu loa a bottle. B tara aadclT th; nam if mnr dnntal eannot MDD1T you. ,r toot Maraif Cipro omoa. i 1 TcVaTTW CO.. toHi Mai. Clem O. Moore, Editor of the Advocate-Democrat the l'eruna Medicine Company as follows : Oentlemen After four yean ot catarrh, which I contracted while editing, been greatly relieved by the use ot Peruna. I gave up work during these years of torture, tried various remedies and many doctors, but all the permanent relief came from the use of Peruna. My trouble was called Indigestion, but It was catarrh all through my system, and a few bottles of Peruna made me feel like another person, noting the Improvement after I had used the first bottle. Peruna Is undoubtedly the best catarrh MOORE. Judgo Wm. T. Zonor, of Washington, D. C, writes from 213 N. Capital Street, Washington, I). l: " I tako pleasure in saying that I can cheerfully recommend the usoof Peruna as a remedy for catarrhal trouble and a most excellent tonic for general condi tions." Wm. T. Zenor. Mrs. Amanda Morrill, 138 Held street, Elizabeth, J., writes: 'I have been sick over two years with nervous prostration and general debility, and heart trouble Have had four doc torsi all said that I could not get well. I had not walked a step in nlno months, suffering with partial paralysis and palpitation of the heart every other day, ami bad become so reduced In flesh ma to be a mere skeleton weigh ing only 85 pounds. "Up to this date I have taken Peruna fee erven months. It has saved my life DR. HALL'S WERVD Nearly nil ll.'- ill of life lire niusi il l.y l!io i-' ."-iH' fiiliuntl.m anil .1. J...-I1 in tlie lilo... of I'rlc Acid, llial il.-n.lly, 'i " '" "' l"0" M..0.I. Like all n.w.h trie Acid l.a- an anll'ltiie. lr. Mall's Ncrvo I The Sure and Speedy Remedy Unit p" !i;.i,it 1 I lie rl of tlie troiil'V 'I iit 1.1. i'l alloviiMi 1'iit rn.ii.-ale Hie 1 .ue Ulol ei;iv anv .l..e iveu r tli'pieiy t-..1:..nl.,l.iiH. Mi.mach ll I: or Jits. U !.c .: mil . rrvm r.cst, I.ms f Sleep and Appetite. .1 1 .!....( it .. t..t. ie li:-l l.llilil. b,..ii maker, i.uil.l. r ami W.h.,1 purilier. Price 50 Cents a Bottle and Worth a Dollar a Drop Aeeept I. I Mli.-lit'lte for there llol lll. r jll-l I:- '"'1. Il.-I-I Dial J..III .llMi-l Kr,s lr. Itair Nerv f T joii. If lie lel'il.--, s. rol in lii. l.alue ami ." nl- lui'l "' II 1..i-ar.l a liitlle l.y 1 .'ie, j repaid. THE THYMON DRUG A WEEK'S NEWS CONDENSED. Wednesday, July 2. It la reported In St. Ixiuls that King Menelik, of Abyssinia, desires to visit the World's Fair to be held at St. Louis In 1904. Thirty-five chair manufacturers met In Greensboro, N. C, yesterday and formed an association for "mutual pro tection." Forty-one new cases of cholera wer reported in Manila, P. I., yesterday, the largest number In one flay since the outbreak. Congress passed a resolution pro Tldln: for the erection of monument! at Washington to Generals Francli Nash and William Lee Davidson, heroes of the Revolution. Thursday, July 3. According to the United States cen' us report there are 278,719 farms In Ohio, valued at $1,036,615,180, of wblcb 79 per cent Is In land. A. B. Dusch shot and killed Will Wood at Metropolis, III., during a quarrel. Woods accused Dusch of In suiting hla Bweetheart. Captain C. W. King, of the Mln Leapolis detective force, was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary for being an accessory to a felony. Tha Photo Engravers' Union haa been expelled from the American Fed eratlon of Labor for breaking faith with the International Typographical Union. . Mrs. Harriet Avent, cook for A. M. Clary, of Chelsonvllle, Va., was found unconscious, wlwth her skull fractured. Her husband Is charged with the crime. Saturday, July 5. The Pennsylvania Kallroad Company has ordered 2u7,000 tons of steel rails for 1903. The Texas Prohibitionists' tatc con vention met yesterday and named a full ticket Joseph Merrlfleld, treasurer, of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, of I ruw fitnUville, Ga., writea Intense suffering, caused by systemic and traveling for my paper, I have remedy ever compounded. CLEM O. as I can safely testify. I have not felt so well In five years, having walked over one mile without III result, and have also gained thirty pounds since commencing to tako Peruna. In fact, I cannot praise it too highly." Mrs. Amanda Morrill. Peruna never fails to prevent systemic catarrh or nervous prostration if taken in time. Tcruna is tho most prompt and permanent euro for all cases of nervous prostration caused by systemic catarrh known to tho medical profession. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from tho uponf Peruna, writo at once to Dr. Hartman, Riving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President ot Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. 11 1 riu rtnu, 1 i'.-. i r....j . n.. ...... nj i r: , Hvmh psi.:. C.n.tii ti..n. Iiii:;;:i-'.i'.ii. fj Ir. Hall's Nert.i 1 . a i.i:re!) :.' -:. Kj III. lleliillt.ltril ' k t III . Ull.l i a ' I : . ' ' I . I ' '.' A CO., HARRISBURG, PA. One hundred workmen employed by the Spedden Kliiu Hiilldiiij; Company, at Haltimore, struck for an Iti'Teaso In wanes. General Lloyd Wheaton reached Chi cago, 111., from Manila, where he will reside, his retirement for aye being sut for July 15. The keel of the battleship Nebraska was laid In Moran Bros. & Company's ship yardH, at Seattle, Wash., yester day, before a great crowd. Monday, July 7. The 20th national convention of the North American Turnerbund opened In Davenport, la., yesterday. Canned salmon poi.soued Henry Amis and seven children at Pittsburg, Pa., and one child may die. A cloudburst at Elllsport, Idaho, swept away 12 or more houses and flooded the country for miles. Forty-eight passengers of the Ward line steamer Ksperana. from Havana, were put In quarantine at New York Saturday. Laborers In the coal mines of tha Altoona district refuse to work lesa than six days a week, claiming the miners are disobeying the four-day order. President Roosevelt has decided to spend the greater part of the summer at his home at Oyster nay, N. Y., wlieie be will tranaact all Immediate public business, Tuesday, July 8. Mary S. Knowlton, aged 70 years, was killed In a runaway accident at Ar lington. Mass., yesterday. Walter Arnold and an unknown com panion were drowned while swimming in the Maumee river at Toledo, O., yes terday. Ix)iils Botha, the Boer general, will spend the summer at Lapanne, a Bel gium summer resort, where hla wife has taken a bouse. Richmond P. Hobson, Eero ot the Merrlmac, delivered the opening ad dress, at. tbe Winona Chautauqua, at Wajsaw, ind., yesterday. i h vl. TO li nt no. to: lug .us nia. V 1 1 ..1.