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Quite a number of rafU passed
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,WH lilt. nvu wav nv v.
i, (t-r Iiaiky attened the sale at
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Woi. Young and Corporal J. L.
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gtuv. r mane a inp m ouuuury
, ,j . sday evening, owing to me
'tioa of Compauy "K."
i Klingler, wife ami laugeter
. ! .urn, were visitors :it Harry
at Slinmokin Dam, Sun
W i 1 lot Moyer entertained
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lt,r -,-vr, Mr. .Jones, a iov nays
v :.i i fl Trui t and v.-i.'f spent
,- at Slrmtokiu Pi: ., witli
i Vibogast aaiLliimily.
, n ! lijwer ami wife, of
;.r!,..''', arc; visiting their many
r containing the ftirnitnre
jv Newton Nipple, arrival at
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,r,n; ; i , was nrougiii 10 me nousc
t : thcr-in-law, Thomas Hett
Tl:,. body of a man who was
ri,vin"l, was ioiiiui m ating on me
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rivtf, i""H lacuers iiaim. j tie
,!. was discovered by two men
: ,uin Hani. It is reported
itt!n' were one hundred and
in 1" I l A
nrlv .Hilars in ins pocia'i. vn
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was iit'iu, nun me do ly was
u: taken to tiiwcr-iaKer u inner,
jiuiiiurv. It was identified as
llui .' lid ward Toole of Wilkcs-
"Just in the nick of tin;.- n.; r lit.
lipliiw was saved" writ, s v . Wat-
kins uf rleasunt City, ho. 'Tm-n-r
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fciOM.i i'-M pmycu uu eaiuo wiui
tiui iiial a temblo coliyli set in lie
uUs. JKietors tieatcd him, hut lie
ew worse every day. At tenut i
ke tried Dr. Kind's Xhiv Discovery
lurCi'ii'iiinj -t Km, and our darling
kas sii'.-.-.i. ties, now sound, and
Irell." llvi-rylinU oupht to know,
tts llit imly sure cure for (Jonahs,
old : :m all Lune (Iiscusps. Ouar-
nt.r ii.v .Muiiiiebiiitj JMisr (;o.,
Univ.-,v unrmsin, lucnuciii, J'n.,
!, . Sampson I'onnKcrcck, Va.
nt. ..v. and Trial bottles
THE OLD RELIABLE.
La ' f
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Isaac Kline :n,l .In.'
Frceliiirg into his new
ii (.- at lii',-
D.:vi l Wetzel spent TliursJny
lit if town.
A. Markley of Aline a id
ley Weaver of jVItHcrvillc trau-
V-UiV,y'ieHS m town I'riiliy,
ofi;;. at Alulershurg.
1 , ' :ning Is now on tlie
Tlmrsd.iy eve. a Mirprise party
as lit'l'l for Allan) Knights.
A. (J. Haslioar transacted business
Mrs, J. L. Marks is siiemling
pine time at Lewistown witli Dr.
C'.Aniig and wife.
A. Krnvr transacted business at
Ircaiiur id unlay.
Saturday the Franklin township
iojI iiuanl met to compensate
Mmidiv John Grulb wife and
Mi'": Ira I?ingaman left for
lVi. ',!, M;-. (irubb expects to
ke up ICO acres of Government
Jiinilio and Jerome Kcrstetter of
Ivtes received a car load of
-ouri horses Thursday.
Geo. Stettler and Elias Minium
'ove to ( )rieutal Thursday.
Kwsl. Dora and Clara Libby are
CTdin.r s. iiiie time at Weikert with
ir uiiele James Iibby.
Francis lleigle and Edgar
iraiury of Kantz were noticed on
ir streets Sunday.
uiarlcv 1 atterson of Nnmnpv is
'lieiuling some time in town.
Harry Altig and Howard Sliam-
'"ot raxlonville were in town
Janies Zeigler if Lewistown wa9
Pit to Middleburg station during
'"'"sh "1 Li. E. Wetzel.
James Itatlifon of Selinsgrove
p m town Friday.
f".kliiirr (.(" Prcidiiircr ,Yu uk.
11 ''''il Saturday.
Emanuel IJowersox ofLindsey,
Oliio, spent a few days at W. .
Misses Ann:. Gift and Scholl'
stall of.Sunlmry paid a viit to A.
Gil'is' i.yer Sunday.
Win. A. Di rr of Slianiiikin came
hotiu! on Monday to see his father
w '' is sick.
Charles Wcirick spent Sunday at
Miss Hattie Shaiubaeli of IJcaver
Springs spent Siiiiday aftinioon at
Mis. Paul Liw.dW of Excelsior
is visiting at C. L. Dorr's
Miss Elda Graybill of Trocl
ville paid a Visit U lu r p.uen1
Sunday. Miss Mollie Miiehell of N',.n i .
town is spending lur v . i! i-m w'.
Miss Annie Swengh; returned
home after a few weeks' visit to
It Nilvol Ills l.rj;.
P. A. Danforth of I-aGrau, ia ,
sullercd for six t!:-'.hs with a
fruliitl'ul running h ; J...,,
but writes that Hi; i .
Salve wholly cured him in live dius
For Ulcers, Wounds. Piles, if8 the
best salve in the world. Curo gu n
Hnteed. Only 2.") cts. HolJ by
Middleburff Drusr Co.. Groybill 1
(ianiiai). Jiichtield, Pa.. Dr. T,
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Miss Libiiie liingauian ami Miss
Lydia Beavt-r did some shopp;ng in
Suubury on last Wednesday.
8. G. Moyer and wife of Frank
iiu township visited at A. 1 1. IW-
ersox's Saturnay. j
Jacob A. Freed ami John J. To
bias have rebuilt ami enlarged Un
stable on their lot.
Mrs. W. F. Feese and Master
Karl are spending t lie -amvIc with!
Middleburg friends. I
Foster Smith of Swimford am J
Yeinou Ilerbster of IWelton were '
Sunday visitors in tic burg.
James E. Freed, sold his barber-!
ing outfit to D. F. 11 al ley.
Mrs. Lucy Herbal , - i h, r
home to Clinton Mitehcl oi l i . i
ville for 750.
II. A. Mn-se; and wile i-atcr-tiin.
d Mr. M.i-.rV bro'lier !,. :
u .ir Mid.ih.biir;;, over Snnd av. !
K'V. . J. Dice and Jainily were
t!i.; guests of 10 I ward Freel's while
enn.ute from l.' "in.,i (,, their new
a(.p iiiitinent at Ivi.-t IViwp.et. Ti..a
Ilov. I. P. iiiiinerinan pr. ;,. !;rd
a very excellent sermon on Sabbath
morning, the occasion being the -Jutb '
anniversary of his cntcsing the min
istry. Mabel, the 10 year old ilauglu. r
of John D. Ilerbster and wife hoi !
the misfortune of falling while run
ning down a hill Saturday, and
broke the bone in her left leg above
Kev. Jcre Linebaugh, a student
from F. ami M. College, Lancaster,
preached a very excellent sermon
in the Reformed church Sabbath
Howard I leibster, who with his
bub' brother came home from the
Loysville Orphans' home tu escape
tiie scourge of typhoid fever now
prevalent there is lying sick at tip
home of Robert Ilassingcr and v. i'',
with same disease.
WAS ALARMINGLY AFFLICTED WITH CATARSH OF THE LUNGS.
9i. :t::r-.-. ,..-r;:J?si'vvi o vrU:,fcA
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-scssm vk.vm'.v.-m.?x v . n i -'-A.r. " . r
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JUDGE DURHAM, OF GREENSItORO, (JEOtttJZA.
Catarrh of the Lunns
the First Stago of
Miss Minnie Mover and Mrs.
Kate Cov'.'Iius and daughter KMc
returned home fp" i ' :it Sim.
Able Ilenvhl returned home
ff.uu Slianiokin Dam where lie was
employed buii .ing rafts.
The party given by Norman
Uickle and wife was a most enjoya
John Eisenliart and James
lieieheubaeh, paid their parents a
Win. Huntzleinau left for Dun
caunon where he has secured a posi
tion. Jumbo Kcrstetter bought a car
load of horses which he will dispose
at, public sale.
J. A. Hummel, our iiicieliant, is
preparing to paint his house.
H. I. Moyer intends moving to
Sluimokin Apr. first
The honey in our town must he
awful sweet for the Is from Port,
all llock this way.
Henry Suflel and wife of Sunbury
returned home after a short visit to
their son-in-law and daughter F. O.
Hummel and wife.'
Disturbances of strikers aro not
nearly as grave as au individual dis
order cf the system. Overwork,
loss of sleep, nervous tensionis will
bo followed by utter collapse, un
less a reliable remedy is immediate
ly employed. There's noLLini; so
efficient to cure disorders of the
Liver and Kidneys as Eloectric Bit
ters. It's a wonderful tonic' and
eiioctive nervine and the greatest
all around medicine for run down
systems. It dispels Nervousness.
Smith and family spent I "neuniiuism ana Neuralgia and
, e:i'eis 'lumna iierms. uuiy oV.
So All Medical
Juil;.'i Piirlinm, a well-known Joral
Jiulm nf (ireeiitlioro, fia., liml im expu
rieii. ith peruna well worth reciting.
i A r;.irt Ii:nl lieeome current nniiiiitr the
JuJkh'u frieiuld Unit ho wa tliroateiiej
with consumption. It wa fcmil for a
tiaio that fieorKla was to logcono of lit
most proiniiK'ntaml influential citizens.
It was also reported that tho Jurlpo
'.tad failed to pot any relief from nny of
e tins meilieiil niil n t lila nninmnii,! Il.f l,
i( Id ill the Reformed church on ! Lad iniulo una of th.i iii.w wiii-lil f'imnni
sainc date, with preparatory
on Saturday evening April l!:.
Services will be held in the I. !(!,
eraii church every evening .'n.iii.j
next week, and tin H dy C ii;iii it:
ion will be celebrated on A pi P .".il,.
i oiiimiimou services v. -I .,,
remisly, Pvruna, nr.-: , - ' ,
covery. TlieiiiiitU , . - . ..; i .,
tioii in iiit-il I nl , ,
t'.io many frii n.lsei .1 : U. i ui li.
not only exerrdinu'ly ratltiid n
covery, tint were eiitlnistalln ; jr
praises of tlio nnieily that had ',t
The f..;i,,i,vl!i;; written ptateme in
tho JimIko liiniM lf set forth the '
Greensboro, On., March 3, .
"Some (linn a,;o contracted.-' era
cold wliU h sett' d un my lun ! in
my head. I trljd many remec'. all
of which save mo no relief, i .
cludjd il:at mycusQ was catarrh c .lie
head and lur.j-., awl seeing V . so
highly recommended I he.m u.!ng It,
"I c-.'rmiu'd using Perur.i for
rhnrt uhile, and have never felt ifit
ca.sf symptvniH of i.ntnrrh since. I'c.
runn Is cert;ii;. 'y t. , d medicine, ant
deserves tho I hot :.". v. Vi a
Riven ft ! y thti general public. "
Jia.,.: Inn ham hr.s been Sieri'tary nnd
Treasurer of tho r'.tyof ( Ireen-lmni, (la.,
for tho past t'.ireo j '-ars, uud lias been
hv..: j.: h;e fur toll ;rs.
Dread Con inptlou.
There nro thron roa. whieh lend from
health to coiisumpli. . Over .no ol
these ro:i,! jviii.s a!! t,f n( (.-ri mult),
tudo of jiei.ilo vim die ever. Year ct
''"n'Jiiiiipliiiii. Kiieh rmi.e In..'!..-, with
h' i:;h ii tii 1 happlnesi and , i(i til.
i'iihi and ilenth.
i'irnt run.!: a plight culd--.
'.tli .i tu the lo ad r thr .-. ,
ealurrli cxteudx to theluiiKs
Beoiiiul road: a tililii .-. . ; , i . ,
conprh ("ottleM in flie li:tis ,-,.o
unlly Krowini; wrt e.u.--i.
Third road ; -i oold ne.-l.-. i...
in the throat- .oarseiiccs .-.-i,.,,
Thousaiid.-i 1 vo just started on nno oi
these rmidr!, a' fwlinmeniil.il' easily
eur.'d hy J'er i. Thuisa-; is i,.-re arc
half way to t! fatal end nl one oi' tnee
mads who nr- (ill eurahlo 1 v : cninxj
of treatment y re-ania. S',-, olu.i
thiiusand-i are ,iear the . vli"-i la.-, J
days cmi!d he made ! ' 1
of roi'ovorv lin-ro I'l'.'Sa' .. i . 1 1
lllij I'el'lltia Yvli.'tnlll del
experiencing the very best results from
the first bottle.
A reward of $10,000 has been deposited in the Market 'Exchange Bank. C-m
bus, Ohio, as a guarantee that the nhnve test
All the solids in the mvn.si,i., j in our possession authentic letters certifying to the same. Every one of our tcs
wiii close on the first day of April. I. Umonials are genuine and in tho vwls of tht on Vh r, ,nr)Ji
G ssssgss gsi? casa o '
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FURNITURE OF ALL. KINDS
IT IS THE EARNEST DESIRE,
The Constant Wish of the Proprietor of the 1IG STORE to see the business increase to immense piopurtiuii-.
Store second to none. The foundation stone has been laid on the solid rock of
Best Qualities, Everything satisfactory.
Remember the store is now to your interest. When we buy a lot of goods at less than the usual priee we
will mean to you. Already you have us to thank for the greatly lowered prices that exist here.
In the New Department the keynote is Reliable (.Quality at Lower Prices than elsewhere. It's not how much can we get I'.
Rut how much can we save for you. Entire THIRD FLOOR devided to showing f Furniture, Marked al -ueh Nov prices that
re going to surprise all who are within reach of our store. Do not take our word for it, if you plea-e,
Inspcelion. ALL FURMTMRK DELIVERED FRLK.
'"'ay at lieavcrtown with .lame
linn sdid:. ticii guaranteed bv
Ml Idle iu'-u Jiniir i'o (irayhill
K. i .. . Onrn.an. ' . .in i . Pn.. In- J. V
urs. I' - I. A I.1..: 1 . . . . ' i.
u, j-vuiiii'v MieiiL iiiieiv s., in i.
If .1 . . . i 1 '" '
-iiviuru with her uareuts J.
W esu-ni-di o...l ...:c.
...in ami wuc
li kiick, Pa.
Aliel Wincy and wife entertained
Mr. Wincy's mother last week.
Misses Carrie Power.sox and Clara
Honst, spent fevcral days with Mrs.
The lullowilHr fnmtliim linncrul
"'W'tS last Week Tn Iv'linn
v " Fremont; Jonathan Grubb
''.' " X. Dakota; George
V'U iii ivcd in the house vacated
WxTt lllimm.il. u.d wiif i r,,.,,
pwedin the house vacated bv L
F Ileaeliel and John IJcachJl L,,.-.;.: im -fine to Glen
'Wl to Kissiiniuec; Charles Hum-' U'd . v.i.we l,j inlcnds learning
u'vm in to house vaeatal by telegraphy.
Carpets and Furniture are prime
factors for home lmilding and vie
with each other here in opportunity
to save for you. Carpets have tak
en a rapid advance in prior, recent
ly the rising market found us witli
a well bought stock and we luivn't
revised the old prices either though
new, markings, consistent witli
current values would net a mug
profit. At tin; old jirict- yet, T
m here the saving comes in to you.
The Spring Season is on witliru -li,
delay may ineaii patterns sold out
and wlien wo buy again tlio price
will lie higher. Have you a parlor,
sitting-room, library, hall and stair
or kitchen that needs new Hour
covering it will be profitable to
cotnc here before you Imv.
Havonnorics for $1.25 md $1."
AVilton velvets $1.50.
Axiuiiiiotei.-. and velvet r;S.!.
$1.10 to $1.25.
Square Top Ex
New Queens ware.
The time of yi ar hen in.itiv
people are inteie-leii i:i : le-
oal'YS to llll'llkll lie- ..hi 1. 1. n...
I when von want to '! eeiYil ii.
siitif;n lory you will liinl o'.r'iii !,, s
will di i-i- ymi ami the pnei- .-lie
i u:iitcred and (iolden Oak highly polished. Top tU w.in i i.v enii-ideiate, $.()() Iiiniur S.t
nnd ii inch ernved leex. $4.25. $4.50. $5.89. $0.05. $7.50. S..15. Ss.os. ',l1' :!' -, be.-1 Aiiierieau i.or. , Ion
$.5(). $10.00 and $10.35, S fool ones in very ln-t ii;i!ity S'l.-i.oo. -iiiMiinih-.-d not to era'e, a pret:;,
$!'.. SO. Drop lent Dining or Krenkfast 'Iahlo lioldeil dak lop :ia.ts, ""ei oeeoiauon.
$3.00. Soft Wood Top Kithoti 'fables, Natural finish on I.insuiul
I'raiue size 17.4J $I.3V.
with brasdrawcr pulls, doldeu Oak, le-'e !. I
(Iolden Oak same height " loin; di;nei- .
dr.iwi I-, $5.35.
Hid door $5.05.
wiiit;- for S7..15
W rli .' drawers ami iennan Ji n ' 1 1--
I'jiper drawer swell front !nrj.-t- m:i - o.1'.'.
ARM ROCKERS, OVIZK 50 STALLS to .select lioin. ijuait
a k. golden oak, golden maples, carved spindlex, braeul Inmost
-I'liilial wav. rpliolstered with velours, in colors, both t -1 1 and !
2.30, $2.50, $2.70, $3.00, $3.15, $3.25, $.1.40, 3.a i, :
$12. IIU Mill:-: -
Under L'!:ie d- eorV -r . .
I l':n i d hatid !i -
I 3. ."0 I ) i 1 1 1 r et li 'O pii-i t
' Il I'lo-S llU ill
Huiu 1 1. ii . i i due.- iilid I no id!) - '
III l S'
edge and hate
ts iii Jicwistown last
g Front- Street.
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