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rjve a Job lot of note
on hand. They rnust go
The price will do It.
tjj jr.d prices for the aik-
Vs Ornish tnem priniea
a than you can buy thent
f ajjfiicl1cr, Fditor and Proprietor.
A Family Journal, Devoted to Sewn, Science. Art, Political Economy and Carrent Literature.
Rates: One I)!ar Per Annan, in Advance
MIDDLEBTJRGH, SNYDER COUNTY, PENNA., MAKC1I 20, 1903.
The Central Hotel.
in 1 li. I -
e cmuing l iNHiimuuiK,
ell to tUl ut the lenirai
,1try thyMarks' Itranu or s
SV KYE WHISKKY,
JTrt'iclc of headache in
i H,. 1y is well stocked
, , V VVmes Tl..- house
, J yWui ':"!. The able
j ll.e I mar
;U would lie pleased to
p . .n i rm .41 iro
,rl. , Mill .Hl niv,
Ki iin, Proprietor,
Cent nil Hotel,
.listril utioii. The cist l3?i..10
llietlC"TSOl I oilljiuiij i . vim
,v calling on M- Vw'gen-
. 1 1 . 1. 4
vlinrove. k w nopeo mm
Lkt 'f Hit' company and re-
want one or more copies.
iu nti'Jtrininiiiiirs, Lnoos,
ijynl'U'iitw and Gimps.
ililrtn's vyfs ami other va-
, 1 I l...l..l,wl 111 T
joll Is lll'lllgl 'lira"" ' '"
il-..! l.t ..I
hvillg !l 1 llljilll n-l ill"iir
iielHti!ion 1.. ni!,' signed ty all
live recurved our Aew
liiipiniikKn (try goons, snocs,
Ail lliescigouuo nio limiii
;t. veraiiia, ra.
in receipt of an order from
fctaja, Vienna, Austria, for a
JTheory and Practice1 of Ad-
H The bunk is beginning trl
a part or io. fjiwusr 7.r.' ? ;
land Misses new style sailor
ltiuiig as Kw as zo eta. jr
locort given on last Thursday
In the Court House, under
of the Ladies' Mite Society
retijoyable alTuir. The chorus
I of the members of the Lut h
klr and several others. The
if the society was read by He v.
ibis society has raised from
nurses in iil)outl2yeftrs almost
ED: - iffexi)erleni'ed in
house world must be a good
nkI wages. AUuress,
Kroner will assume charge of
kKlmiring Mills at Meiaer . for
rmul will move there in a few
kweiity-uelcent lo W. 8.
Essex JlmtfTion, Vt., for a
hke of GeiWrie Vt. Maple
Woiueliliirf, the new Evan
mister, preached a very Inter-
Non in the Chapel Sunday
He will move here this
f Rev. Shnnibaeh will go to
P A. E. Solt In his new buiv-
"air cutting parlor for vour
M with a refreHhinir sham.
a clean towel to enoli tmt.rnn
Prth side of Market witlare op-
uirainoici. isausractl'iii guar-
WebergerjnA returned home
MiowiiiLJTe of the HueBt
IliUinery ( foofls ever brought
F. T. itnnck of WlllianiB-
Jlr. James Ayers of Middle-
!ls"ing Mr. H. H. LeitzePa
aw. u-itel is a daughter of
cra. as is also Mrs. Rim pit
Wir Iireselll-P tiuro nn lou
ening-tije anulvenuirv nf
"'l ber by about eighteen
r"'t iiilimate nml i,..viv.
:ils who after wiohiug Jur
'"gmtuluiionH, served refresh
Wdauit itud very choice,
wd verv imii.i i -
i "iniuuiu u mi j y
to the entire ffntlmriiur
" was a most pleasing so
t. worthy the bralu and In-
"med to their homo t.,
Iteait J. L. Marks' double column
advertisement on another page.
K. V. Wnlti-r bus dipoM-d of his
livery otillil mid will iimvc to the farm
Mice's MiiliiD'ry yr'wiinriit Kream
er will take place April 1 in, and llth.
They have employed :rTir-clrtss city
milliner. AH are invitr
'Simitv J:tmeg MiddUswarth if Trox
elville was at the County i-Vat last
Saturday. The 'Kipiiie is a popular
gentleman in Adams township, and is
a trustworthy and efllcicnt survey
or. About ::M ptiexU wer present at the
celcliratiou of the L'Mh anniversary of
the marriage of A. V. Potter and wife
at St'liusgi'ove, Tlnirsdav night. Music
recilations, luiiclieon and dancing pro
vided pleasant eiiteitainmeiit for every
one. "Progressive Monthly" of Indiana
polis for March, n vs : '-The Theory
mid Practice of Advertising by (ieo,
W. Wagenselli r, MidiUeburg, Penna.,
is an interesting and novel text liook
on advertising subjects. It is a bound
volume of fifty complete lessons in ad
vertising and sella for seventy-live cts.
It is wortli much more to any man
who constructs his own ads."
Hruce. II. ('rouse returned Saturday
from Kast Pittsburg, for a short vaca
tion for tlio benefit of his health, lie
says that John L. Howersox arrived
there Home time ago, and after having
worked three days was called Into the
ofllceand made the Immh of over loo
workmen and liis pay increased. It's
wages will soon imvancc to
month. Mr. lSowei son's iiptin- ;:.
his familiarity with hardware enubit l
him to display a degree of usefulness
that Immediately won the admiration
and confidence of his employers.
fieorge W. Heaver is n iin : a i. ,v
roof on a portion of l;i
Simon Hackcnbti -.: of p. inn r' r!:,
was at tlio County .SmI l ii.Iny
.J. II. Arlmgast innveil It f
Sugar street to West Market street.
Mrs. Samuel Allcumu spent Sunday
'n town with Dr. Shiudel and wife.
Charles Ueigel and w ife of Freiburg
dined with I'". S. Kiegelalnt wife Sun
day. ( ieorge Liviiigstiu and Joe I.uilwi
of Seliiisgrovesent a day in town last
I. Frank Piilgerof (ireeiisburv, Pa ,
formerly of New Herlin, was in (n u
Mrs. Julia Deiuinger is visiting Iin
THE FUTURE REVEALED.
The readers of the Post are request
ed to send us announcements of all
events. No charge will be made to
publish the same when the event Is of
Friday, Mar. 27, to 120, the Snyder Co.
Missionary Union will hold a con
vention in Middleburg.
Saturday, March 2H, AnuualKclip.se
of the Sun. Invisible in the U. S,
Wkdnksday, Apr. 1, Spring term of
Susquehanna University opens.
Friday, April 3, First Arbor Day.
Sunday, April 5, Palm Sunday.
Sunday, April 6, Holy Communion
In Evan. Lutheran Church, Reaver
Monday, April 6th, Spring term of
Freeburg Academy opens.
Friday, Colt Novelty Co., In Selins-
Friday, April 10, Good Filday.
Sunday, April 12, Easter.
Thursday, April 16, day set for ad
journment of the State Legislature.
Friday, April 17, Secotui Arbor Day.
Monday, April 27, Gen. U. K. Grant's
Third WKKK in May, District Minis
terial Convention of the United Ev
angelical Church in Beavertown.
Wednesday, May 27, Republican
State Convention at Jlarrit.buag.
Mr. Wagcnsellcr's Hook.
Mr. Geo. V. Wagetisoller, who con
ducts a correspondence school at Mid
dlcburgh, Pa., Las favored '-The Ad
vertising World" with a copy of his
book, "Theory and Practice'tif Adver
tising." It contains r0 lessons in pre
paring advertising copy, each lesson
being followed by a "problem" which
the student Is expected to solve. The
work is extremely practical, and it Is
doubtful if any ad-student will he able
toexeud 75 cenU to better advantage
than In tlio purchase of this look.
In every great race much depends
upon the start. "Getting away" with
the whole system tingling w ithcontl
donce In the strength to win, U half
the battle. In thu racu of life the start
each day Is at the breakfast table. A
dish of "It", the new cereal, served
with milk, Invigorate the body and
refreshes the brain. make the
skirt right. Jf" is cooked and ready
to eat Young and old like "t". You
can eat at any time. At grocers
Midblchurg I'. 15. i hurch, arranged to
give them a good pounding when they
returned, mid on Saturday evening,
liotwitI.st:;i. ding the heavy shower of
rain, th.y ra:nc to the parsonage, and
execiileil their purjHise. ,. Spitler
, made a 1 :'.. ; address stating the object
'"f'hei: "ii. The whole affair was
i 1'iite'u k "r -i; Therefore it created
j i-onsidi-mble . xcitement, but the pastor
ud fa:i:iiv i i lured the pounding re
iii.irl;:i' '. '1. "All tilings work .
Hicl : .: to I'.elll that loV' til'
I. .-1 : i I - testify that this pom.
pig is woiking giioil. Many thanks to
all. ( 'oliie : i i-;i i 1 1
X. A. K.
Do You Kcalixe
a const-tut war is carried on between
-t'.iimcb iiiid your taste? What
:ii. .i- s one in.iy not suit the other.
I'l'- iiiestion is w hat to eat. "It",
!i. ci le;il llmt tastes good, forever setn
at peace the jailing, human factions.
many friends in Center county for sev-j "r" is attain pi.Mbict with all the
era! weeks. health giving nutriment retain. si.
P. V.. Uai-kclibui-c, ha- ; . ,. "f't'llil ls up Hie InnIv; adds to (hi
(5 lobe Mills Ci'catucrv mm ', . : . I
to operate it.
The Shii t Factory began operations
Monday. We hope it will continue
Arthur W. Aiiraud lias rented the
Walter Liyery Stableaud is now using
It for his livery.
Miss Bessie MeCokcy of I ... '
Haven spent several days with M.I.
Potter and wife.
J. C. Smith of Williamsport was in
town the latter part of Inst week to re
new old acquaintances.
Attorney C. P. l lrich and sou, of
Selinsgrove, were at the County Scut
Wednesday of iast week.
John S. Mt-lser and wife of Globe
Mills, spent Sunday w ith James II.
Diemer and wife in Franklin.
Miss Margaret Bolcndcr attended the
ticngth; ke. ps the brain active ate
leaf. "It" is cooked and leady In
Grocers s ' ' ' -'
Thursday night of last week.
District Attorney, M. I. Potter and
wife attended the silver wedding anni
versary of A. W. Potter and wife.
Henneville Smith is clerking for
F. P. Custer at Kant.. lien is a jovi
al fellow and a good business man.
Samuel P. Herman of Kratzerville,
was ut the County Scut last Thursday
and advanced his subscription to 1H01.
W. II. Spaii!ler left Tuesday morn
ing for a short trip to Center county.
Mr. Ke;derof Paxtonville is his substi
tute. Mrs. Theodore Walter of Akron, ().
is paying a visit to her parents at the
Central Hotel, and will aUt in the
Edward M. Greene mid wif- of
Lewistown, spent several days with
her father, W. W. Wittenniyer and
Irwin E. Huck, of Sunbiiry. former
ly of this pluce, has gone to Tamaqua
where lie is engaged on the Heading
Tuesday K. S. St roup of Franklin
moved back again to the familiar
scenes at Strouptown, where he will
resume the store business.
Perry W. Treaster of Lewistown,
spent a day last week with friends at
thid place He formerly resided in W.
Ilciver township, this county.
A. H. Ulsh spent Sunday at Millers
burg, with his sou, Ira E. Ulsh and
wife. It issatd that Mrs. I. E. Ulsh
contemplates a trip to Arizona for the
benefit of her health.
Samuel W. Trutt of Hummers Wharf
was at the County Seat last Thursday.
Mr. Trutt is one of the most reliable
gentlemen we ever knew. His daughter
Kathryn, lias just accepted a Ksitiot)
in the Xorristown hospital.
Emanuel S. F.owersox of Limlsey, O,
who is visiting his sister, Min. James
Shumaii and his brother. J C. Hower
sox, made a pleasant call ut this oillc
vs ilh miik or eieam.
(iuite u niimlH'r of out- farmer
Ix'an to jilow last week.
Lawytr 1'iatik (Jlassof I'l-ci'lnne;
ir ele u. lew culls in town on Inisi-in-ns
Hiram Sclinec til' Stinlmry .spent
Saturday utnl Sumlay in our local
ity. Mcrcliant Peter ( iarinat) w;i. .-ecu
on our streets Suiidav.
Katii; Troup ami Irietnl of I'allas
a.s.si tlirongli town Friday.
J. C' liower-jox of C'cntcrville
was in town on Imsiiic-s one day
J'.iji!fj.lCli;!cr c.-x-t-. in?ji tiv
ily attended the sale of Merchant L,
S. (telnet Friday.
N. C. Kerstetter of Trevort n,
was to the Western States to buy a
t-itr load of liiirses and hronglit 19
lie-ad here Thursday evening-, and
left for McKirs, Friday, where lie
expects to Sell them tit illl!;c -:'.!.
Saturday at the hotel.
Lew is Mini, un is iinjirnvitig; his
Itst Saturday two of our auc
tioneers started from town to have
public sales. Col. Isaac Itnaere
of Dundore had the sale of Abe
Mitterling's at liichfield. F. J.
Kerstetter of town had the sale of
Alte l'ortzliue at Meiserville.
The entertaiunient of the Fre
mont school was well attended ; the
scholars renderetl some very iuter-e.-tinjr
pieces on the (Mvu.sioii Satur
Hen ton Kreigbumn sold a horse
last week to Henry Freed for $1'J3.
Communion Sunday A. M. im
mediately after confirmation exer
cises. The sale of Edward Newman
was attended by a small crowd on
account of the rain we had Mon
day. PORT TREVORTON.
Miss Edythe Shatler of Sunburr
is visiting relatives iu town.
John Hepner, formerly cue of
our boys is being hospitably enter
tained bv friends.
Hatha vav Kellev and family of
Sunbtit v were the welcome guests
tif his tathcr-in-law U, S. Fotlz and
w ife Sunday.
Mrs. John IJeher and daughter
Miss Keta, of Shomokin enj"oytl a
visit to the former's daughter Mrs.
Edwin Katnbo over Sunday.
1 1. C. Faust, wife aud sou of
COl UT HOL'SE CHIPS.
J . Ilackenbiiry to John I!. Miller,
'.Vt acres in Perry township, tl'..
Henry A. Panel: and wife to (.. 1
Hare, li -tun,, lot in M i.Mlcl.urg, hi.
Flsworth Aurand and wife t" .1. P.
Coryill lot in Monroe township, J"oo.
Cathaiine Coryell to.Iacol. It. i ;hcl-
nian lot in Monroe township. $."10
C'.'. K roitM- t . N . ! '. 'r.i'i-i .
a, t..s and I 1 p.-:-, !.. - -
W. D. P.ilger and ui, ; , I .i,,.a'..o
.Mill.-r, I'M acrcr. in p. n v Township,
Ann Wcyant to .!. - Km 1. 1, ncr.-s
4'i perches, in W. P..-a-. er towiiT-hip,
J. II. Wis et hi ttii-ti.s I . ti. X.
N ci.i .-el, o j,i ii lt , in 1'uioii town
Jacob i ;-h. lu ioi to J. P. ( 'orycil, 1
1 acre, i, I p.:icle-, in Momik- toui.
siiip, ? loo.
A. I'. Uilhert to Mrs. May I'. lUuch,
' , 1 i'. i' lic-, iii I- raiiklin towu-
: a:l wile
Rev. S . Kahler.
Tle following it.-ms have I,. , lq,--ed
from the ;ei,,rnn.i hi.n , u-i.rd
New P.. r!in i'.i. i . i, i.,v, Mat.
Pev. . M.Jie . K..i,i, - ,,, hed hi,
tareel! serin, ,u a: V w r rlin iiiel
MidclleUn-g e.nir.-':. is. i,-. I.ar-e au
diences .reeti-.l him nt the iio'tiug ser
vice,. At Middleburg a '-baptismal
font was UM-d for the tit -t tine-. m.
Henry Soles iin, the liii i l.icl l.ap
ti.'.d. The New p.erlin baii;.- regret
to -ee their !ator leave.
I he baptismal above iianc d w a
lo.. ptceiit .if Mr-. Jam. - r-U'iman. j --
l'ilie i iiu e. !'a. i ,, Ma--!: I", KeV.
S. Sidney Kohler llinvci into the Pii(.
'irovecharu'e. m Thursday evening
a l.i lice iiiiioU r of Hi.- m.-mbe.- tender
ed h,.n and hi- family it . c i ti-.n. The
members gieeUd the pasbu at the par
sonage, and alter placing numerous article-
mii t In- ipnuig room tai.Ie, they
eqlese. him ... ,;n aU tiM lll t
th. ' -bur. !.. u 1.. :. , ; j, f rvice was,
.i.d.irte.l. c.,!.j'mg f devotional ex-eiei-
- and a brief add re-s. A jd.-a-unt
evening Ms -pent -...-ialiy. and after
wards a;l went home g:;,, Hiat they
ajain iia a ! guiar pa-t..r
i.i ., a. its., !..
township, j l:iuo.
Jaaies II Peters and w ifc to V. S.
l'jters, Inacnst, .12 .eiclu s in V, Hea
ver township, 1 1 ' '
Win. Palth and ' .,. ;,. .1 b Man
ned;, .i acres, 1' j : I., -, li, We.'. i;.-a-.
i I. iv-. I. -Lip, I ii.
Levi Treaster and u if... to Lmma J.
I'leaster, .1 acres, perches, in West
Heaver lowhship, ?l:;i).iij.
Clyde A. Fes-Ur to Sarah E. Fessl-.-r
4 tracts in Centre township, o acres,
(il perches, $.!).
John H. Aucker and wife lo Daniel
Maueval 151 acres and in) torches in
W. Perry township, $17.10.
V... ; ... .
- o .'-..0'rt-w tn,.-v
rvrouse, v.t acres, it iiercuea, in 1'tnn
G. Alfred Schuch and wife to A.
Pawliug Ml acres, 4-i percli.-s, in Mid
dlecreek township, t-1"-.
Geo. Uigel and wife to Peter Strou-e
au l John I laker, lun acres, '.' per. h.T,
in Heaver township, $7i)u.
(i.-o. E. Deppen admr. of Mary K
O'Xeil, to Angelihe HoUseworth b..u.
aud lot in Port Trevorton, til.',
Henry K-itricli and wire to s Lai ley
aud Co., 2 tracts in Washington town
ship, 02 acres and 1 perchiT. jt.OI.
John M. Moyer and wife to Ji.o. II.
Moyer three iructs ot Land iu Frank
lin township, 3.'! ai-res and lit perches.
ti. X. WeiiUel and wife to the Trus
tees of Winner's Evangelical church.
4-1 iK-rches of laud iu I'niou township.
I tin. K. Faguly and wife A Kret--g
r, o tracts of land in Mildl.creii
township, 3!' acres, I.J4 irvh.. for
A. M. Smith et. tix. et al. to Com.
mouwealth of Peuua., two tracu of
land iu Spring towu-h;p .J'.'t acres. II'
Peter Strause aud wife ti A . -c
Lehr aud Auu Weyand, two tr.i - in i
West Heaver tow nship acrts j
Emma V Nipple and Albert Schu.t
exec, of Jacob Subnet lo EU.abetli Mi.
ler, y acres, 154 jiereb.es, in l'errytwp.
i::r!.- I-:. Paige r:eebur.
!"ii M ,;. . r, -'feeiurg.
I' . Kcc li. a-b:i.g'..ii tw p.
A. .Nagle. a.-bu.gbiii tw o.
I.. A. M.-ngle, Mt Plea-ant Mill-.
i .Mary I-., -'.rai.i.,
I Charl.-. W. Kell.-r.
I Ji'usje Fry,
i Dai.: ,. :. I .
I Elieii '. .-haw,
i Simon H.iHdt. .
I Mary E. Keiiniiig. r.
' Harvey A. Hi-iutA-Iliiaii
J E. E. Keiiiiinger,
t Kate M. Kline,
John F. Herman,
i iK-ila M. Paige,
March 12. by Rev. H. H. Stahn,
Simon H. Gldt of West Leaver town
ship, to Mary E. Henuin-er ofMiddle
btirg. March 12. by li.v. 1. p. Ziu1minua&
I an i. l W. F. Farkey of Lewistown t
Mr-. Ellrti .-i.aw .,f l-avrr.,w n.
M an I. P i y H. A. H e! ;. I'
J din i'.H-:.-r H-.r:i. -'i--.be y '.'.,
a: i I -.'.ii Ma.- 1'i.v ' 1 : ::.. -.'.
I uk this tr.ea... -' -..i-.i-r.z n.y
friends, win -ut-.r'.-.! 't-i P.-publi.-ati
Primary. Mi. 14. '''..
L. F. i.iKJiatKi.ix ;
Ja.'..a ro't'Usiiif .
The' members of th, F.vaa,wiica
ci.urvh -Ti'- -1 1 r tivn Tulay evr
i:ig to the f.ew j.ajC. r Kc' . J. W.-ni-rl-drf
aud faa.'.-v. wb ai-v frJlL
M-.tHiutowa t... lira ! e.
A party was gtve-i I'asday f-"0ji
a; the home of i ens-able W r rv-lr
fo: Xacaii S::y,'cr. ! ; r-i-' 'b
U. 1!. church.
Letter to n. i. Kcnatner.
Pear Sir: We xr yn.i're d..inic
a good, business, aud -.v kcw aJ
re.idv, without y. ur tei;;-i tti5
vou use pa;: t a-d d-
wrk. We've sr, t a lu i-usiacs
too xeu at it 14..' y.ar ;i:a:i;::
gK-l p-dut. Lest pji-Jt
Lviv Lead and Zirc.
the rci-. n
takes fewer sfillou.' of Pev
Frldav. He is in business in the Puck- uut)ury are visaing .nrs. rausi s
eye State and Is taking a vacation of parents, Wm. lkyer and wife,
several nunths for the tn'tietU of his; A. W. Stroll is having a new-
W. W. Smith of Paxton, who Is
track walker aud station agent at
Liverpool Station, was In town last
foundation put under his house.
Mrs. l'oser and daughter Miss
Minute Hobb id Villiamsiort at
tended the fitueral of the formers
The last will and testament of lUiud
Sassatuau, late of Jackson tow nship.
Snvder eountv. Pa., decM., was prv-
late.l aud letters testamentary thereto j "Fewer
grauted to Iauiel Jr., and Harry J I er" thai'
Sassauian, w ho are namevl xs executors
tht wi.litw hm.1 1-hiUlrt.ri mis. ilimiinI 4
1x1x3. j and Ziue thaa of un--d
Leiten I'rantcJ. ! cover a house, ana ir.
In ti e estate of Jas. S. Troup tate of , tbau lead aud o'l
Perry township, wrre grantel to Johu
In ihccslaie oi F. P. Kev-k, late of
Wasb tu-tcii tewuship, were grauted
to Henry A. Keek.
week jmylng a visit to his uncle, John father, Iwis WiHKUing.
P.Sinith. Mr. Smith Is a uatlve of, m; .!..:., l!r,,l,iL..p r..t.inusl
this place and still cherishw a warm!, ut. -r 1111v,si w
H.t In his bosom for Middleburg. If, . . ' . Ut- ,
he could find profitable employment
here, he aaya he would prefer to live
Itev, N. A. Klrawfe and family peut
last week at New lterlin. and while
they were aWut the member of the lVieuds at Suubury
Mrs. Klleu Kellev and daughter,
Miss, Ettio returueAl home alter
having 8ieut the wiuter with
Cbjuc of IVstoilice.
Subscribers to to Post' w ho couteui-
Smith -V. W'uLi-, . C:i- ':rip:
Springs, Fa., write :
Otltf - .lur llrtlilUlls -v LVin Wli.' Vsl
IMUnt fur ft (NiiUiwr iw srh. .1 . u
tllu ,ol, .v tl tartiH-r 4.1U vvi-. rtltr
lllifcU AJI.V iHiOll bu IIVQt 'IMS).
Here's the eperteee evet v .vuv
plate chautftug their postorticvadddis, vith it. The dealer who sei's
this spring, should notify thisotce of v te thtf hulk lhtf bj.
thesaoxte atou ttiatthe r w -ill - The 1..11: ter who
arrive without luterruptiou. In giving v
the uauie ot the uw oittc do uot for-; paiuls IVv.hj gels the paiatiuc; ot
get to sivy the old nJJm us well as.h;s towu. ours Truly,
the new, aud uiuch trouble will bei n...,..! . t-
Givw old as well ast