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A Family Journal, Devoted to News, Science, Art, Political Economy and Current Literature.
Rates: One Dollar Per Annum, in Advance
MIDDLEBURGH, SNYDER COUNTY, PENNA., MARCH 11), 190.J.
rtrrTnLOCAL LACONICS 1H
t I.itru k'rt Iy occurred Tuesday
n Ku-tir (if Kant., successor to
1 .i i it .... t i
lier lias re-ieo. ever ung 011 iniuu
tjj. clJT IIUl 111" nwvix l uiimv
for now spring goods.
wry pleasant birthday i-urty was
l,v .Mrs. Howard Folk to a lot of
riills in honor of her daughter,
;eit lifih liirtlnlay lust Friday
I,,!,, A pleasant time is report.
jrlmts and trimmings Laces,
-tl juliroideries and Gimps.
1 Jk. .. I n,li..u ...,,1 ML.
L,,!iil.FMi s vests aim oilier va-
.nf new goods.
E. C. A r it AM'.
;l,'iiiin Cemetery Association is
to enlarge the burying
1 as ill" available lots have nenr-
, . I . . 1
Urll sul'l. ' l "US neeii miit-Kieii
if possible to secure the land, a
Neat liilsiness Stationery done
at this Office get our prices.
1 I .. ...... 111 .... 1.1 P
jnlVfl nan "e I Ull 111 ll"i . iifiin
-t iirtniinl 1'"' Cemetry coining out
mintii :il I'hestnutt is closing out
j.tmk of Foot Wear, including
Winter ami new Spring stock, l8c.
!..-n lMi'iiLlfTiid Work Shoes, $'2.nr,
i;.t tirade Itlbber Hoots, :V.k: for
.felt, $1.1" for Nest ?l.-rnnd fl.7o
raslioos, Children'sequnlly cheap.
Lai-knowledge receipt of subsorip-
-fioinS. J. Herrold, Milton; W.
Ingle, Heuvcrtown; II. I), bwine-
, fiihnee; T. 1". JJerr, Kieinieiu;
k Hi.rhiiinn, Middleburg; Anion
Lng, Heaver Springs; S. H. ttru-
tr, Hammond, Oreg.; Henry
rich, M'id'leburg; C. .Spriggle,
MeUl: John Howell, Biinbury ; M . r . . . ...
The ninth annual meeting of
the Centrel Pennsylvania Con
ference of the United Kv. church
convened at Haltimore during
the past week. The following are
sonic of the assignments of the
ministers to the various stations.
J. W. Messenger presiding elder
ol York district.
York, Trinity H. A. Homier.
York, Grac J. Hart.ler.
York, St. Paul W. 15. Cox.
York, Jackson St. A.C.Farley
York, Eberton-W. K. lVtlley.
Loganville J. I). Stover.
Dillshurg-W. W. Rhoados.
Emigsville-O. W. Rehhley.
Wrightsville A. Stapleton.
Hanover Circuit J. M. Price.:
Morgan Circuit -C. K. Hedeker
Mileslimg V. K. Sliult..
Howurd-D. A. Artinan.
Sugur Valley A. S. Hauuigai
dner. Centre Hall J. 1 Shultz.
Milhnont S. Aurand and I".
Milllinlmrg C. C. Mieiier.
New llelliu S. JO. Koons.
Centieville X. J. Hubs.
Middleburg J. Wonieldoif.
MeClure- A. 1). (iramley.
Milton J. I). Siinrtess.
Itlooinsburg J. Shaiuli!tcb.
Lock Haven W. X. Wallis.
Steuben II. C. iuthrie.
Official Returns of the Republican Primary Election,
Snyder County, Pa., Hard. 14, 1903.
l'rotliunotury. Ken. A: Kec,
Dis. Att'y. . Delegate.
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Jm. Huntingdon, y
L have just received our New
inn Shipment of dry Kot,"S shoes,
luiis, hiir-lware, urtl'ensware, hats,
oriw. All these g'jods are marked
iuii'k selling. I
A. S. SicriiKisr,
'.l!i-2t. Yerdilla, l'a.
:.e slme laclory in I'aiterson, which
tmiil idle for the past year was
liased .Muinlay of this week by a
k Jenwy lirm. In a few days a
k iii;uitity of stock will arrive and
1 1st they expect to have it run-
.'to its full capacity.
lie spk'iiilid line of furniture at
p's st'fre, Kreainer, is attracting
ypatnW The furniture is all re
leaml iVold at such low prices
It every wile made brings a new
iiiel'.iliion.f fhe Post and wife at-
wlwltfe with many thank an in-
kion to attend the twenty-fifth
Mversjiry of the wedded life of A.
Potter and wife of Selinsgrove
Jrsilny, March lit, from 8 to 11, Se.
E. Magee of Krcamcr has added
Hlliiiery (lepairrljflt to his storeand
employed a JfrMcluss trimmer
n the city. CaTTirfKee the benuti-
lyles and the rftce assortment.
v. Kiraeofe will hold lMlification
ices in the U. R. church Sunday
E. Magee, otlvreamer is in the
w this weckvtiiiia-haslnir the larirest
"f fprirfg uiCda'ever brought to
I'iaw. The irdJes will be in bv Sat-
Farm for Sale.
P'l Northumberland Wuter Co. will
their farm in Point Township,
nasthe Yankirk farm, contain-
'miit ti" ncics, house, barn nud
w outliuildinirsL. ouythe nreniises.
""1 wat.;r iiJid LdC. Price flSiH).
'. eaili with nmrl
wt f'T life balance. J'osscssion
O. It. Ya Ai.k.v, President,
Ctiuiiiig Events Cast Their Shadows
The readers of the Post are request
ed to send us iiunouncemeuts of all
event. No charge will be made to
M"M?ublUli thesaute when the event Is of
iu Center County. jmblie imixirtance.
Merril Shaunon, who had been sick, Thi ksday, evening, March !', Con
is again able to be out. cert in the Court House for the benefit
Jere Dershaiiiot Paxtonville was (l ! of the Ladies' Mite Society.
Ex-Sheriff O. W. How will move to
x . .. 1
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
business in this County and
'JolilltiB terrilnrv. ft.r .....ll r.,
traight cash salary
"'S frritory for v
"'Mwifs, paid each Monday by
w'k direct from lieadqunrteru. Kx.
inoney advanced j position
Dei"- Address Thomas Cooper,
mter, 1030 Caxton Bulldlnir. Chi.
caller Saturday on business.
J. W. Kiseiihaur of Kis.-iiiiinee drop
ped in Saturday to pay his subscrip
tion. Miss Libbie Duukleberger spent the
past week in Phila. purchasing new
Calvin Stetler and wife gave a din
ner to u number of friends one day last
S.J. Hackenburg of Middleswarth
was at the County Seat on business last
Work has been commenced on the
new parsonage for the Lutheran
Harry (irimni, who is working at
Lewistown, spent Sunday with his
Charles H. Walter has secured a po
sition as bar tender at Boob's hotel at
Ira K I'lsh, wife and children of
Millersburg are visiting their parents
W. F. Pagle and family of Heaver
town spent Sunday with Gabriel Heav
er and family.
W. H. Kanier of Ivrennier was at the
County Seat on business Wednesday of
of last week.
William Matter of Iewistown is
paying a visit to his friends and rela
tives at this place.
S. P. Sanipsell of Kreainer dropped
In last Friday to advance his subscrip
tion date to l'.)U4.
Herbert Stewart, wife and daughter
of Shamokin s(H'nt Sunday at the home
of Ex-Sheriff How.
Allen Hasslnger has again been con
fined to his bed owing to a severe at
tack n( Rheumatism.
Mrs. I. K. Hass and son, Kussel, of
Shamokin are visiting Merchant J. W
Ituukle and family.
A. C. Field of Johnstown remember
ed the Post by sending his renewal to
15. W. Y oiler of this place.
Jesse Hackenburg of Hitler was in
town Saturday and left wmie money
for his subscription to thp J'dst.
Key. A. K. Cooper, wife and chil
dren of Maple Hill spout several days
with A. II. I'lsh and w ife in Frank
Heury It. Hli;khart moyed from W
W. Witteninyer's house to Geo. S
Smith's house Tuesday. P. K. Kinney
will move Into the house vacated by
TiiriMiAV, Mar. P.i, King's entertain
ers iu Selinsgrove.
Sati'KHay, March .1, Soring Com
mences. I'HIIi.W, Mar. i;7, to 'i, the Snyder Co.
Missionary I'nion will hold a con
vention in Middleburg.
Sa'itkhay, March lis., Annual Eclipse
of the Sun. Invisible in the 1'. S.
Vi-:inksiay. Apr. 1, Spring term of
Susquehanna I'niveisity opens.
Fhihay, April 15, First Arbor Hay.
Sunhay, April"), Palm Sunday.
Monday, April (ith, Spring term of
Freeburg Academy opens.
Fiuiay, Coit Novelty Co., iu Selins
grove. Fkih.vy, April 10, GimkI Fii lay.
Si xhay, April 1J, Easter.
Tmi ksday, April KI, day set for ad
journment of the State Legislature.
Fkiday, April 17, Second Arbor Day.
Monday, April t27, (ten. I". S. Grant's
Wkdnksday, May 27, Republican
State Convention at JIarrisbuag.
To the Republicans of Snyder County.
I desre to return my Sincere thanks
to the Republican Voters of Snyder
County for the very generous support
given me at the Primay Election ou
the 14 Inst. This was a contest be
tween members of one and the same
political Party, each and every indi
vidual republican at perfect liberty
t cast his vote for his individual
choice with mere hiiideranee, and I
am pleased to state that the contest
was waged in an honest and friendly
manner. As there were seven candi
dates for the oftlce of Associate Judge
and only one could be nominated, as a
matter of course six must fail. It was
my good fortunate to lie the successful
one for which I am mist sincerely
thankful to my friends who stood so
loyally by ine and I take this method
of thanking them publicly for their
support and confidence in me. To
those who supported the other candi
dates I would sny that you had a per
fect right to express your Individual
choice at the polls and I am glad to be
able to say that I received nothing but
fair treatment at the bauds of the can
didates and their friends and most re
sjiectfully requst the support of all my
fellow citizen at the approaching fall
Very Truly Yours,
J. F. Kki.lkh,
SinikT liuiiitv Teachers' Normal.
Xim teen years ago the County .Nor
mal was instituted by Maj. William
II. Hill. At that time Freeburg had
the only school in the county, devoted
to the preparation of teachers, und
hence the County Normal w as the most
convenient jdace for' ouV'leai hers to
prepare themselves for their work. The
normal was well patronized from the
start, and that is still a popular institu
tion was shown last Spring when dur
ing my first session one-hundred and
thirl -foiir students were enr illed. In
v iu'.'!it I"
L.'ll.l ef I'llaill.s.
t.. thank nil l';..' :'r
!e ii for
Kinuiy a-si-iimr u-i iiunm; tin- uliii-s
and burial of Mary Ann Helm.
( i. W. l:o.a;el taitdly.
Card of Trunks.
my opinion the time has 10 no when only alter mature deliberat i' n, and i-mi-onr
people should ask tin n:s"lves, not I' leuee with manv dii'vtoi- and X :e i.
only, is the County Xoruial a popular ers o our eoiinty, :i wi II a- with 1 ;
thing'.' Out the more important qiies- cators in other part of the -lai" I Mil
lion is, is it the best thing to bring our eeivly believe that thi- chanm , in cm -teachers
and sehonls to a higher state of ; liei tioii with several other- lh i! I e
etlieieney? That our public schools are pe t to introduce, w ill not only itim li
beller than they were iu years past is a stronger corps of teaclici hut will at
evident; but that it is possible to make the same time enable u- to prepare mir
them still better, much U-tter than they : boys and u'irls all the better for the
are now, no one doubts, who is iu a po-. duties and responsibili'.ies of life.
sitiou to know. Every year brings
greater demands of our schools. If thes
deinamls are to be satisfied, one of the;
tirst requisites is broader scholarship in
the rank and file of our teachers. No- j
body can teach w hat he does not know;
and the more the teacher knows the J
II' Hf'ef I'll i
State ( Vl'titicnte.
This I l:i 1 1 . of emu 1 Oct iic' review- ale 1
.1. .n, i. n,i ..i ..I- neighbor-, pail-beai'i-r- ai
il.ll. Til. lii II I HIM " III llll lll "ll'.,'l
the county, multiplies tin- work and
the expenses of the Count v Superin
tendent, but I am convince 1 that of our
teachers will take advantage of the op
portunities thus oU'crcd. they will In,
tne cou,8e of a tew years lie atl tiie Ik-i- , to "the Republican Votersf Snyd'c r '
ter prepared to discharged the dutiis f'uni.tv
Having been through your kindness
successful iu U-ing nominated for re
election f,,r the otVi f Prothoiiotary
and ( 'lei-U of the ( 'mirt I take this
method of r.'tuniiiiL' my -ii.eciv thank-;
to all, and :i.-k tin.- -lipporr of ail our
p-opleot the t'ounty at (i.-neial
e'ectioii next Nocii, ' er. Auring
ymi if elected that I will eiM.-uVur to
rve ymi hi t!,.. pr.iir-.- :i- in Un
of the Mull calling of teacher.
Tliis departure from the old eii-toin
will doubtless meet with some iTltn i-m
but I want to a ure all that the fore-!
going conclusion., have U en re.i. icl
Again t hanking ymi I ivniain.
Your ( Ibt-dient Servant,
i Kl . M. .-ItlNil I .
l aitiitiuiy o us,
i. W. W.H.IHlUN, l
Mai v Ann llcha.
1 . .if
Mary Ann Hehn, da'ihtcr of ( apt. a leui-e
Letter tu M.
"ir : Yi mr I
liii-iin.'s- i-, when
wn, tu eive the
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nil jicnii ;iuii ill- win illinium .i-ii
better for the children. Smith was born Jan. b . 1-1. i and died i .
I cure not who the County Superiu- at the home of G. W. Row in thi- 0I"'- H is a ,HJ lm-i;;, ( )u,,tT
teiideut is; or how well qualilled piay be place Thursday, March 12, aged that t!ie world it on -.i imi with-
the person who assists him in conduct- sl years, 1 mouth and 2'; days. There : nut jt
in the County Normal, the best that , an- no brothers living but three sisters! ...
they can do is to give a brief review. .f survive: Mi-s.(i. W. Row of this place, I 0 I'aml t1"' """ t,iat '""'ut
the branches and present it to the stu- Mrs. J. C. Long f JVnn town. hip lwn anl tiic now one ton. What
dents w hat they may consider the great Mrs. Joseph Stuck of Venango county, j js U tti f, wo paint the li u-es t!,at
needs of the school. For want of time it l'a. The la.-t named is older than the' , . .
. . .i , id.m t burn dLvu.
is sinipiy liupossiuie to uivuie me mu- , neceaseii.
dents into grades so iu) to enable each She was buried Mondav bv the -ide
grade to take up new Held of study ev- of her parent-in the Relormed Ceine-'wo insitiv the
year, and for teachers to lie working tery, Selinsgrove. Rev. Haas nfheiat-! you Ii ive tiie l
iivi.rtt.unfimri.nl. Iir)...i1..u vi..r nftir itn. !
year is like vituals warmed over half a " ... , tlio Iioiisi-s arc out
uozen times. M AKHlLli. i o lutitu i.euu u'ld .;t
In as nmch as there will be three ,, .,, Mi,i,ii..illlr,r ... .... w ..ti ,),., ,..,:. .,;.,,...
You iu.-ure the lion-is tliat bum:
Is Ju.irlTilic: a!!
Mar. 1 " th. at Middleburg. bv Rev
sciioois in lie county tins spring, M.ai j shambach. Edward E. R.nninger ,lull't n.int
Kret-lnirij. SelinsL'rove and Heaver ..... m: . i n. i I'
- c?' o unci jii-s iaiie ..lav ivniu'. imiui oi
Springs. I have determined to given- ,K.ur Middleburg.
cognition io all of them; and insteao of
conducting the usual normal 1 exi-ect to It Is our Husincs..
iliv-iil.i tnv limp 4iiiiilll Hiiii.n.' ill I of
... i. . . I to pav attention to vou'L vsii ai wel- ,,.,r .. lint
thesschools in couducting review sand ' 1 . ", 17' . , ! 'aint
ell the jiaitit
Load ati'l oil is
paint. IVvuo is
Am: ro niil
e. V....- ... ll.i,: I.....: 1
, ,. . i . , .,. ; . i ire. i on i iv.i'.'ii ii'ioiT in-i;iiis t t , 1 ,
delivering lectures on Pedagogy I his oncaiK.-t, liecau-e it lakes tCMer
.7 . . 'vou get ut in the morning. our 1 o.'i.u
wi l etiatiie me to get into uoart contact r , , . . . , 1 .,, .1,.,,, ,;,.. 1 i .
begins its Uav s work at breakfast. A l"ii- tlian t!i:ci paint-ami it wears
with a greater number of teachers than ... .,. ., . . , , ,
. ... .. . ii. dishiff W1'l give vou the right twice as Inn.' is . i,I -in, ,i ,,
I could bv conductiug a free normal. It . . . .. .... nnw i iHjii.tii, .
it ill iiii ii ii i ti rnr i in i io a r iiii.io 1
will enable a greater number of teatdiern
to Imard at home and thus save coiisdor-
1 1.. iiviuiiuu lr Vl'ill irlv-u ull lliu in.
; the brain. One dish makes vmi wait
nortunity of attending school a longer' ., ,.
term. It will give an opportunity to the
r.iiiiul.,fiiit. fur t'u. il'.v's l.tisiti..
, . " . , ., l"-'i warn..- hu'C pa. Ill I.
T 1ms ltmiii rill t ri iiii -ii L to vieisfv I lie ' '
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taste and add strength to the body and
the brain. One dis;
anotner. l ou can nl rr at any
i time. Grocers sell "Jt"
nt' it, tlmue-h, iu tlio wm-M
A. Al.;ri'h.o, IMab.'i..!,
more advanced to take up a regular
course of study which If followed dur-
ing the vacation period for several year ;
U'ill t.m.lit.1 1 1.1111 III Hl.lU'Ur lrl'flir. 11. 1
State lioaM oi f.xaminers ami ouam a 1 plate ctiangtug tneir isistoiiuvaadare-s
, I.iWilN S IIS, ll
Change of Postollicc.
Subscribers to to Post who content-
I Mr. A.lruu IIukuis, vl 0I;i.iiIi.,I,
I 't iiilnii- uf iu: el piiitit for I: Ii.hi' I.ji,t
SirliiK ll..- Iioiluill 1 Kiiilun. .it Avik ami hud I
i ii.llylM iuff
life oerltlcate. It will put away the
presumption that the examiner should
be lenient with an applicant because
this spriug, should notify this office of
the same at once, that the japer will
arrive with out interruption, lu giving
he has patronized the free normal. If the uarue of the new office do not for
mally of our teachers now holding get to give the old address as well as
provisional certificates, had spent their the new, aud much trouble will bo
time on a regular course of btudy, in- avoided thereby. Give old as well as
gtead of reviewing the common branch- new address. 2t.
F. W. IVvuo Jt Co.,
George Strawser ot Kiculleld. on his
return from a horse sale hi had lu
Miltiiuburg, Saturday dropped lu to
pay for bis sou's paper.