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A Family Jearmat, Derates' to Hewa, Scieace, Art, Political Economy and Carrent Llteratarc.
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MIDDLEBTJEGH, SNYDER COUNTY, PENNA., FEBRUARY 2G, 1903.
gliKAl LACONICS X
L,nt!U-r of BcaverSprings, Pa.
stock f gt-nerttjtxwclinml ise
I s'ri. U'!l system estauiiMi-
L, i .;:Lot in Fiemont is of-
otivate sale. l 0,1 or
v 2 12-3t
yirs. V. A. Kaltkitkii,
Ml. Pleasant Mills, Pa.
rt:):-Cnmpetcnt gill to do
! lauiulry work. (Sow!
J. 15. BlltDSKLL,
;i South Bend. Ind.
x .f tltr week wc enrolled the
.'ikw subscribers: J. O. Kess
lliiiLor, Mich.; Johu W.
IVolillii; H.J. i.enig, is-reamer;
intolinun, Aline; II. Uoyer,
ia.rsn,l (1. II. Beufer, Salem,
,irP always pleaded to see that
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u,(, produce a
L appreciated and we shall at
irv to keep at, me neau oi
L.in which the Tost has al-
HKST: A house and three
f land, J 1,1116 110111 uli
Allen S. Sechiiist,
liworaiid J. K. Newman of
itufliii) were callers the early
Lis ii'k to order sale bills for
.) : (..iris to worn in suoe
Those from out of town
provided with boarding aud
Iges guaranteed. For furth-
Ulars rail ou or address,
T. H. ElSENHUTH & CO.,
utom, . ii. nartmentat Wash-
(U-.Klll- ' --- 1
bM ksiiod an order making
Joe, services to begin Apr. 15,
SALE. House aud Lot in
In. A new 12-horee power Frlck
md Paw Mill. Also Brick
itb about 75,000 Brick, 40,000
ne Boards, 100,000 Plastering
000 feet Roofing lath.
biices, etc., call on
K. S. Stkoup,
mT. Itauch has gouo to Sha-
to resume his work as a barber
place, Bubb Walter who had
Soles' barber shop has entered
npy's simp at Sunbury aud Mr.
of New Berlin has come to
animal house cleaning sale
con now and will last mm
"th, This means cut prices
le room t'ir Spring goods.
A. s. Sechrist.
Ival services have began in the
in this place. There have been
SALE: Steam Threshing Out-
fewl for sale. Good condition,
V. E. HOLTZAPPLK,
IW. Kantz. Pa.
g out sale of Men's Rubbers at
pair at Oarman's shoe store
torg, Pa. 2-t
Jotlum Shambach preached his
fl senium Kunday evening in
feted Evangelical Chapel. The
W and his family have very
(naeared themselves to the
here aud very muDh reeret that
h of the church will not permit
pica! Chestuutt is closing out
of Foot Wear, including
pterand new Soring stock. 08c.
piftighfend Work Shoes, $2.85
Y Grade Rubber Boots, 39c. for
MUffor Best $1.50 and $1.75
Lutherah Congregation elected
f Wli, Trustee, F. 8. Reigle,
Howersox and G. E. Has-
'u pale and sallow and the
Pwliandrosv. Whence the
f' She who is blushing
Kh uses Dr. King's New
w maintain it By gently
digestion and bead off
Try them. Only 25c
wr? Drug Co., GraybiU
pyHcnneld. Pa., Dr. J. W.
The sale or "Theory and Practice of
Advertising", written by the Editor of
the Post has been so large that it is now
necessry to print asecond cditiou. When
edition is completed it will be possible
to get books in paper or cloth bind
ing. The Clneograph Company that came
tn town last Thursday and tried to give
an exhibition here without advertising
in the newspapers did not meet with
much success and as a result they
stranded and had to await financial re
imbursement in order to get out of
town. Moral, do not try to do busl
without advertising in the news
papers. Among our ciwh callers Tuesday
were the following: Wm. Uood, Aline;
Calvin Blouch, Huubury; Reuben
Dreese, Beavsr Springs; John Mitter
liug, Riclifield; Aaron Hummel, Mid
dMurn; J. K. Reigle, Middlecreek;
Jack Kryder, Kratzerville; Jacob 8.
tUrner, Port Trevertou; H. C. Helm,
Shatnokiu Dam; Win. llassinger, Pax
tonville; F. E. Holt.apple, Kantz;
Jeremiah Hummel, Sliamokiu Dum;
Samuel W. Trutt, Hummers Whaif;
W. D. Bilger, New Berlin; A. B. Mark
ly, Aline; James R. Hassinger, Bcaver-town.
THE FL'TL'KE REVEALED.
Coming Events Cast Their Shadows
The readers of the Post are request
ed to send us announcements of all
events. No charire will le made to
publish the same when the event is of
Thursday, March 5, Wagner IL.ij
and Orchestra Co., of Boston, in the
Thursday, Mar. 12, Geo. P. Bibie will
give an entertainment in Sellnsgrove.
Saturday, March 14, Republican Pil
mary election ,'to Nominate Candi
dates for Prothonotary, Register and
BOorderAeaQclaJii, Judge, District
Attorney and Jury Commissioner
and elect a State Dellgate.
Thursday, Mar. 19, King's entertain
ers in Sellnsgrove.
Saturday, March 21, Spring Com
mences. Saturday, March 28, Annual Eclipse
of the Sun. Invisible in the U. S.
Wednesday, Apr. 1, Spring term of
Susquehanna University opens.
Sunday, April 5, Palm Sunday.
Monday, April 6th, Spring term of
Freeburg Academy opeus.
Friday, Coit Novelty Co., in Sellns
grove. Friday, April 10, Good Fiiday.
Sunday," April 12, Easter.
James Troup Commits Suicide.
James Troup, who is Incarcerated in
the county jail here, made , a dash for
liberty Sunday evening about t:.'U).
The prisoner made a break up the alley
at such a rate of speed that the sherilT
was unable to overtake hint until he
arrived at Stahlnecker's butcher shop
at the west end of town. The Hheriti'
brought th prisoner baek to jail.
The prisoner was smoking a cigar all
the while he was running.
"James Troup shot himself," w'usthe
uews that reached here Monday after
noon at tour o'clock. Investigation
proved thestory but too true. It seems
thai James had a wrticulur desire to
go to his home and contrary to the di
rection of the court, he went.
He used a shot gun and blew oil' the
entire side of his face. The man was
evidently demented and the case is a
sad aud sorrowful one. It is indeed an
unfortunate ease and the sympathy of
the entire County is extended to the
Do You Eat Breakfast
cereals? Of course you do, but which
one? If it's you need no ail vice
from us, for you will say it's the best
of cereals, "f" is good at any meal.
Everybody likes " because it tastes
good, is very healthful, nil ready to eat
by adding milk or cret.ni, aud the pure
selected grain from which it is made
gives strength to the body nnd bruin.
TryVf" and you will like It. At gro
" Fewer Gallons ; Wears Longer."
The secret is out and Middlcburg
can go on living just as if the riddle
had never been asked.
No it can't, cither. Middleburg
is not going to be what it was be
fore. Its houses are going to be
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brighter; its pVWie. a little more
prosperous Infancy going to have
some of tnhf momfy left to buy
The answer to the riddle is this
you can paint a building with fewer
gallons of Devoe Lead ancf Zinc
paint than with mixed paints, and
it will wear several times as long
as a building painted with lead
and oil mixed by hand. What will
people do with the rest of the
Four clarinets for sale, H. A. Gift,
Middleburg, Pa. (f
f Jacob Trutt, Aline,
( Annie . rnuips, oriental
f Theodore F. Kuster, Kantz,
Lydia R. Wagner, Kantz,
f Simon W. Ott, Sell nsgrove,
Martha E. Ulrlch, Sellnsgrove.
Feb. 17, by A. D. Gramley, Russel S.
Stumpffof Lewistown and Sudie V.
Howell of Beavertown.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Let
ters of Administration in the es
tote of Henry Borer, lata of Jackson twp.
snyaer uo., r., uwa.
having been grant-
said estate are request
ea to the undersigned, all persons knowini
twelves inueuvea hi
rlsims will praae
Utesnselvea Indebted to said estate are renue
to make Immediate payment, while those having
alms will praaenc uiem duly authenticated to
C. W. BOYER, Administrator.
Announcement of cnilllnti' for tlie various
pluces on the Keniililk'Aii Ticket to t voted fur
nt the i rlinary Klrctiou, Saturday, Mari'b Htli,
1003. can be made in this column. In order to
treat all candidate alike, card mint be paid
tiASB is AdvaihtR and at the following mien,
adopted by the republican publishers of Snyder
Prothonotary 110; Register and Recorder, f 10;
Associate Judge, 1.1.00; District Attorney R
J. A. I.rMRAHD. Tribun:
Obo W . Wauenhkm.er, Fot.
A, M, Al'stND. Iltru d
;. a Kirraa, aw. -
11. B. Moyib, Couritr.
Kates for Jury Commissioner and Stele Dele-
tate made known on application to each publisher.
PERTINENT PERSONALS l
I hereby announce myself ss a candidate for
the nomination of I'rothnimtary anil I iarit of
the I'ourls subject to the rnoi governlriK the
Republican priuutry eiectionMarch 14, ltK3,
Oco. M Shindel
I hereby announce my name as a candidate
for l'rol honotarv and t lerk of the courts. 1
ask the loyal support of nil republicat.H.
Register and Recorder.
Plelise announce my name as a Candidate for
Register and Kecorder ut the primary eloctinu
Saturday March 14, 1!KI. I solicit the support
of all the republicans.
John Ii. ArunKnsi,
Please nnnnnnce to all rciiiihlicmis that I nm
a candidate for Kenirter and llecorder at the
coming primary election,
John 11. Willis.
1 present tny mime as a candidate for the
nomination of Iteicixtcr nnd Recorder to be vut
ed for at the 1'rlm.iry election March II, ItKCI.
Lewis K. Oemherlfntr,
I hereby announce my name as a Candidate
for Associate Judge, at thu coming Primary
Elect'oil. 1 solicit your earnest support.
J. KHANK KKIXKtt,
I hereby Announce myself a candidate for
Associate JudKO. Thanking the republican
voters of Snyder county for past favors and
solicit! your loyal support at the coming pri
I hereby snnnunce my name as a Candidate
for Assoclatu J u. lire at the eominir Hrimnry
Klect'on, promising if nominated and elected 10
faitbluiiy iuiiii tue uuurs oi tue omuc.
O. A. KAl'KKMAN,
I hereby announce my name as a Candidate
for Associate Judge.
Z. T. OEMBERLIXW.
1 hereby announce myself as a Candidate for
O. J. 8CI10CIT.
I hereby announce my name as a candidate
or jury l-ommisBioner. oouciiiiK 1,10 votes
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Please announce the name of J. H. YCarlck of
Jackson township as a Candidate for Delegate
to the State Convention at the coming Prlmury
election, and oblige,
Editor Post. Please announce the name of
V. K. HTAUUNECKKK, Spring, as a Candidate
for Delegate to the Hlaie Convention at the
coming Primary Electlan and oblige,
I hereby announce my name as a Candidate
for District Attorney at the coming Republican
M. I. PUTTER.
The March winds will soon begin to
The political pot is beginning to
The ice men were on the jump dur
ing the past week.
Merril Shannon is down with ty
F. F. Walter will sell his livery aud
go to farming this Spring.
Daniel Dreese ami family moved
from Virginia to this place.
Tobias E. Reitz of Middleereek was
a Middleburg visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Foster Smith and daughter,
llessie, are sick with seurlet fever.
A young son has registered at the
home of Hathaway MerU und wife.
Jesse H. Shelly of Kantz was in
towii last week taking orders for trees.
Z. T. (leiiiberling, Candidate for
Associate Judge was in town Wednes
day. Abraham Milterllng of Rich Held was
in town last Friday to get his sale
P. E. Hackenburg and family mov
ed from Millliuburg to tins place last
Dr H. Royer of Kreamer was at the
the county seat Wednesday of last
Court is in session this week. We
will publish the preceediugs next
Harry W. Hummel of Northumber
land was a pleasant caller Tuesday af
ternoon. Miss Merril of Lock Haven was vis
iting at t'ie home of Joe Dreese and
Mrs. Geo. H. Steininger gave a
Martha Washington party Monday
night . ...
Dr. O. K. Pellman ana mother of
Miftlinburg were at the county seat
Hon. Jere Crouse, Candidate for As
sociate Judge wilt, in town several days
the rost week.
Charles Specht of lieavertown and
T. A. Wairner of McClure were noticed
in town Saturday.
John G Shall'er of Aline dropped
in to pay his subscription to l'.HU Sat
urday while in town.
A large consignment of printing
was sent from this oftlco last week to
Laconia, New Hampshire.
Miss Fauiiie Rowersox of Shamokin
Is sHuiliug sometime at home owing
to the illness of her father.
Miss Minnie Adams of Shamokin is
visiting at the limine of l'rothouotory,
(ieo. M. Shindel and wife.
Kx-Slieritl Daniel Jioleinler Had a
very severe sick spell Sunday night
from an attack at his heart.
The Lord's Supper was celebrated in
the Reformed church Sunday. Eight
person united with the church.
Miss Libbie Dunklebprger spent sev
eral days last week with her brother,
William, and family at Sunbury.
Hon. J. A. Lumbard and wife of He-
linsgrnve spent Monday night in town
on their return from a visit to Pater-son.
Morris Mensch of Tiflln, Ohio, and
(.'lark Mensch of Millliuburg spent
Sunday with Hon. O. Alfred Schot h
S. W. ryer of Hartleton dropped in
to see us lust week and ordered tlie
publication of an Administrator's no
tice iu his father's estate.
Dr. J. W. Sampsell of Pennscreek,
while in town last Wednesday attend
ing a meeting of the pension board,
dropped in to order some oftlce station
ery. Frank, Claude, and Mrs. Lorella
Smith of Carbondale spent several days
in town with relatives, having ben
called to the county by the death of
Mrs. Geo. J. Schoch.
A meeting of the Snyder County bar
Association was held in Gilbert's of
fice Tuesday of last week. They adopt
ed means to preyeu Justices from illeg
ally practicing law.
James Troup was released from jail
Monday under $300 bail to keep the
peace. Phares Troup agreeing to keep
him ana not allow him to do any
harm. In case of any violations, he Is
to be delivered to the Court for comnit
ment to the Asylum.
COl'RT HOUSE CHIPS,
Anna Luck to Jordan Landenslager,
) acres in l'enu township, $soo.
John F. Long and wife to J. Harvey
Long, liousi and lot In Selinsejrove,
Heirs of John Paige, dee'd., to Jacob
I'aige, 51 acres in Perry township, for
A. K. Middleswarth and wife to N.
H. Folker, 1 acre, 2 perch, in McClure
F. Lincoln Zeiber and wife to N. W.
Vii?lcr, house aud lot iu lieavertown, for
Margaret Snyder to Jacob M. Snyder,
I acre, !:! perches, iu 1'nioii township,
Win. A. Gilbert nnd wife to Henry
II. Aiirand, -l"i acres iu Adams town
ship, for $Jss.
N. W. Aigler and wife to Catherine
llassinger, house ami lot in Heaver
town for $lilou.
('has. Pmyer ami wife to D.ivid
A'oonier, two tracts in Perry township
Jl acres 27 perches, for $:7").
1. F. K:u it., ailmi'., of John Fry
dee'd., loOililla Fry. et. al., house ami
lot in Sellnsgrove, for $100.
Andrew J. Rowersox, assignee of
Cyrus Marks, to F. (5. Walter 02 acres,
'l perches, in Franklin township, for
J. W. SwartzAi A. IT. Swartz, Atty's-in-fact
for tlie heirs of E. R. Swartz,
house ami lot in Troxclville, for fl'00.
Laphenus Walter, ndnir., of John
D. Walter, to 1'reil (J. Walter, 12 acres
and '-'iii perches in Franklin township,
Henry Leilzel exec, of Mary Leitzel,
dee'd., to E. A. (iariuaii, two tracts in
West Perry township, of U.", acres aud G
Emma V, Nipple and Albert Scht.ee,
execrs. of the will of Jacob Schnee to
David Wooiner, two tracts iu Perry
.rww j -rj ae 2n-S -
Horace. Culnertson, trustee of Al-1
bert H. Long, dee'd., to C. A. lxing, et
al , two tracts in West Reaver township
containing !)2 acres, for $1.
Letters of administration in the es
tate of George House, late of Chapman
twp., dee'd., were granted to W. H.
The Inst will and testament of Geo.
(1. Glass, late of Washington township
dee'd., was probated and letters testa
mentary were granted to Jacob Schoch
of Philadelphia. The widow and the
children nre the heirs.
UenlneH I'snnnl be Cured
by local applications as they camiot
reach the diseased portiou of the
eiir. Deafness is caused by an in
(luined condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect henr
ini?. and when it is entirely elosed
Deatness is the result, aud unless
the inflammation can be taken out
aud this tube rontoml to its normal
condition, bearing will bo destroyed
fcrever; nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which is nothing
but an inllamod condition of the
We will trive One Hundred Dol
Inrsf or an v case of Deafness (caused
by c atarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall s Catarrh Cure, ftena ior cir
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7.rc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
We print your
Just the way
You want tlicni
Envelopes, Cards, Iiill Heads',
Statements, etc. '
"Just in the Dick of time our little
boy was saved" writes Mrs. W.
W si kins of Pleasant City. Ohio.
"Pneumonia had played Bad havoc
with him and a terrible cough se
in besides, uoctors treated nun,
but he grew worse every day, A I
length we tried Dr. King's New Dia
covery for Consumption, and our
darling was saved. He's now sound
and well. Everybody ought to
know, it's the only sure cure for
cough", Colds and all Lung diseas
es. Guaranteed by Middleburg
Drue Co.. Graybil & Garman, Rich
field. Dr. J. W. Sampsell. Penns
creek, Pa. Price Wo and f 1.00, Trial
THE PEOPLE'S FORUM.
Articles under this heading mr written by the
friends of candidates und Kdltor a"
sumes no rcs;onltility for aenliui "nls el
pressed Judge Z. T Gcmlierlinn Will Suc
ceed Himself Because He
Judte Z. T. Gemlierling is a citizen
of Sellnsgrove, and has always been a
true republican. He lias never jump
ed the Intel's to cut another republican
after the latter was duly nominated by
his party. He does not abuse his
opponents for the nomination lor As
sociate Judge, whie h olllce he is a can"
didate for, hut always sieaks iu re
spectful terms of them.
Judge (ieniberling should receive the
nomination at the hands of the repub
licans of Snyder county, be aiise, llrst
he is ipialilled Tor the duties of the
Second, he is a poor man, and is ask
ing only for what he believes is due
him under the circumstances.
Third, during his first term as As
sociate Judge he received only a paltry
compensation for his services, because
the duties of the olllce were executed
mainly by his associate on the bench,
as the record will show .
Fourth, every hiteligent man and
voter knows that experience lits a man
to execute an olllce properly. This
Judge Geiuberling has had.
Fifth, he has been a fearless nnd im
partial Judge, which fact is known to
every unprejudiced voter in the coun
ty. Let us all vote for Judge (ieniber
ling on Ma'ch II.
LAST FLORIDA TOUR
The last Pennsylvania Railroad tour
of the season to Jacksonville, allowing
almost three mouths in Florida, will
leave New York, Philadelphia, Balti
more and Washington March !1.
10-'jrsion tic'e'., including railway
'I -' i accomodation
lone berth), and meals eu route whiie
going on the special train, will be solo
at the following rates: New York, $50.;
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Baltimore
and Washington, $4X00; Pittsburg, $-"i3.
and at proportionate rates from other
points. Returning, passengers will
use regular trains until May al,
For tickets, itineraries, and other in
formation apply to ticket agents, or to
Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant General Pas.
senger Agent, Broad Street Station,
You Will Like "f" Better
than other cereal because it's different.
It's better! There is something about
the flavor that everybody likes. The
pure selected grains from which "f"
is made to go through a scientific pro
cess originated by food experts, mnk-
ing it most healthful as well as the
best tasting of cereals, "f" already
to eat by adding milk or cream. You
can cat hfn three times a day. At
grocers every where.
lij'lsr'1' "tli ilnlll iiiiUk1
Printers Ink uses a great many
advertising blotters In fact, uses
no other. They come In as fa6t
as wauted, aud very nice aud
handy they are.
Whose advertisements are
on tbose blotters?
Ab, that Is a thing the Llttlo
Schoolmaster never observed, or,
If be did, he never remembered
and does not now remembor.
But he likes the blotters. Print
This criticism Is never ap
plicable to advertising In
your local paper.
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