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MIDDLEBURGLT, SNYDER COUNTY, PENNA., APRIL 1(5, 1903.
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i-.:..... I..I.I.. U'ill III' Iliad.
npi Ill HI"' "
, ; . tilMtlll May 1st. I here
f, miiiic tmif an urgent, (w
L letter Iruin arrangement
jvi-ie'l. A train should leave
fur l.cwistown lit .":.. p. ni.
l.l I ... ,.lriii1ii(.1 In
tjllll Ml""'" '
;,!,!,!,- llie line, either for
,: , to hiive the ulternooti
e,t delayed leaving Sunbury
instead ofS:l' P- '
v.ur time to buy Summer
inu't fail to inspect our goods
r.,K.,. must not lie inert to
, nu n's ambitions lor pollti-
,i,.i,l. Olllee in tut' KKe is
Liv for service ; it should not
Lurmiiote party nniliition or
, .ss. Tin K"'KH w ,,,r
,t for pollticlat
mlilie. He is
I methods in
t, in John
IiiiMinir, Middlcburir, Pa.
i ...til .1...
in)! in .May ii" win vi.su mi-
tovviis on days below:
hre lltiti-l, lirsl Monday of eueh
irtiviTtow ii Hotel, first lues-
ucli month; Heaver Sluing
lilnl Tuesday of eah month;
Umpire House, thin! Wed
toi'Ii mouthy tf.
TKD: VTierson for kitchen
of four. Good wages,
UuMicnn fitainViig Committee
lieCouu Holing,, Saturday Jaf-
land ik. t i tlie following : .
Ir, Chalr-.iian; H. C. Hendricks
mid II. II. Faust, Trens-
krCrviie t4tlie 1
A I wufti
THE FUTURE REVEALED. j
Coming Events Ciist Their Shadows
The renders of the Post are request
ed to send us niininiiiceiiients of nil
events. No charge will he nmde to
iiihlish the same when the event is of
Tiit usKAY, April HI, day set for ad
journment of the State legislature.
FitiDAV, April 17, Second Arlior Day.
Monday, April i.'0-eO, Nineteenth
Hciiil-anniiikl Con vention, Danville
' conference of the Kvangelical Luth
eran Ministcrium in Seliusgrove.
Monday, April "7 License Court con
venes in Midrtlchurg.
Monday, April 27, (Sen. U. S. Grant's
SATfKDAY, May L last day to file
widows' appraisements and accounts
for continuation at June Court.
TlllKD ki:k in May, District Minis
terial Convention of the I'liited Kv
angelical Church in licavertown.
Tni JisDAY, May ill. Ascension Day.
Wkdnksday, May L'7, Republican
State Convention at i larrisbuag.
SATfKDAY, May :;u, Memorial Day
for the Decoration of the Soldiers'
Monday, June 1, regular term of
Resolutions Adopted liy the Republican
WilKKKAS, we the rcpresentativi s
the Republican l'arty of Snyder .,
having met for the purpose of electing
a Chairman of the Committee ami to
make other arrangements for the Full
Campaign, we believe it eminently tit
and proper that we should at this time
give expression to the following semi'
ments, therefore be it
John Lecscr and wife spent Sunday
Flmer Walter is a proud father ils
another baby lioy.
Dr. Canival of Cent rev i He was a visi
tor in town Monday.
Mr. A. K. Soles and son arc
at Lewistown fur a short period.
J. L. Marks spent one night last
week at Milroy.
The bank statement appears in this
issue of the I'osr.
John L. Htahlnecker of Lock Haven
sj e.it Faster ill this place.
Twelve persons united with the
Lutheran church Sunday morn
ing. lieiijamiu Sietleii ol near l'.ixtou ille
visited the ('has. Itnush family mi
Miss Liz.ie ( iriiuni lias Mumcd to
Mr. Harry Orimni sou of II. II.
4 ri tn in, was in town over Faster.
Miss I'Avtx linker spent a few davs
lo r euiplo iiient
si-lrctioli at il
.fill. li..r ,.it.i.i.t n.n.r I il- iul .1. nr
" , - tv (iruyl.ill.
Albert I'.oyer of Altoona spent a j M r ( ."
tew days in town with mends last
s at Swart.
Mrs. Ldward (ircene of Lewistown!
wan a visitor here with her father over ;
Mrs. (Ico.'D. Maueval was visiting!
Mr. M's. father at Muney Station over
Miss Mollie r.olender has been ml'-
feriug from neuralgia in her face the
Dr. C. L. Marks of Lewistown visit
ed his parents J. L. Marks of Swine
fonl on Sunday.
Mr. amlMrs. Lul of Shippeiisburg,
visited lU'lijamiu l'.ai liiiiau of this
place over Mibl.at Ii.
Mm. (ieo. V. Leaver and children
have returned home after spending a
week at Mi til in burg.
Mrs. Fdwiu Charles and ci.ililivu
i i eiii last week with Mr. Charles' i.ai-
eiil.s at l'oi t Trevei'tnii.
raid and Mis. Alfied
Clelan visited the hitlers father at New
Iterlin on Sunday last.
M iss Naomi Snyder w ho is employ ed
at Sunbury is ut home siill'ei iug Irmu
an attack uf rheiimatisin.
Kluier Zeehmau umved his engine to
Harrison Moyer's, where he will saw
wood for the next few days.
"I WhiU- MeriprTLtiir Iiulies' Shirt
taisisiii large va an ties ami ut i.ar
gain prices at nwnrfi (iraybill.
The Htiliseribers to the fund fnr the
piin has1 of the engine for the h.rt
factory are ieiiiestei to pay tneir .b"
ligations at the I'irst National Hank.
11. It. Lowe and wife i if Millerslmrg
spent a few days with A.ariah Kreegi-r
and family ami Mumlay left to spend
several Weeks ill the Mulin.aitis tn ar
led Hats and Outing Huts, al
ly fr inspection.
L. 1 (' N K i:i.HKI!( i Kit.
paiil litiished up his sales ns
i-r fur the season on the 11th.
110 piililic sales binoe the Hist
.ry mill li nights he held auc
ussiinee store. Any one hav-
would do well to give him a
he U No. 1 as an auctioneer.
fKI): A Good Cook, fay
illiirs a week. Address,
41S Market Street.
ill be sei vices in the Heform-
irrli next Sunday eyeuing at
liy the Dev. II. II. Spahn of
Change of Ownership.
li to inform the genral public
have bought tliutTntire stock
hilM.'rehnndirof It. K. Gift
e twkeiLJifwsession Anril ti.
Iihiif do business on
veamiiiberlf uffirked down
lieh we are (iWring at a bar-
"iue and sybils, we will save
Merimties this week biivine
ew hikI attractive gwuls to
fir present stiK'k.
Yours Very Truly,
tiKAYIill.l., Doiison & Co.,
Th-: Central Hotel.
" Odining to Mlddleburir.
Kell to Htop at the Central
pl try the Marks' llrnnd of 8
V, ALL livu vriMiri.'v
IUI' "lie particle of headache in
K'U The bar is well stocked
K'Jies anil Wines. The house
"''lv rel'uriilshed. The tiihle
hll'licl with the lierit tlui limr.
t'K and would bo pleased to
"''' of yur patronage.
l ' Mlddleburif, Pa.
furthy luly or geUl.nmll to
"i'miiwh i this County and
Nf territory for Wi'll mill Cuviik.
F HmisB of solid lluanclal
r1', paid each Monday by
from headquarters. Kx-
rY'vaneed j position yer-
i amiresa Thomas Cooper,
' 1030 CaxtonBulldlng.Chl.
wise and patriotic adaiinistration if
our worthy Chief Magistrate, Theodoie
Roosevelt, soldier and states-man, who
has by his wise and able administra
tion of the alfairs of State endeared
himself to the American People irres
pective of polities and that we on be
half of the Itepubl icans of our county,
hereby present his name for President
in 1!XJ4. 15e it further
Rksolokd, that we endorse the clean
amiable Administration of Governor
Samuel W. Pennypacker, who in the
three months that he has tilled the
Chair of the Chief Fxecutive of our
grand old Commonwealth has given
abundant evidence that he is "The
Right Man iu the Right Place," and
we lespeak for his administration the
hearty endorsement of our people.
JIksolvkd, that we must heartily
endorse the course of Senator (uay
and Penrose and Hon. T. M. Malum
in the legislative halls of our National
Congress. We also endorse the official
conduct of Senator Focht and Repre
sentative Frank C. Uoweisox iu the
Legislutuie now drawing to a close.
They have proven themselves able
and faithful public servants whose
every wish was to serve their consti
tuents. Rksoi.vkd, that we most cordially
endorse the Republican County Ticket
from Associate Judge to Jury Commis
sioner. One and all of the Candidates
were honestly nominated and are con
sistent, faithful Republicans well
qualified for the positiou for which
they have been nominated and are
worthy of the support of every Repub
lican iu the comity, and we bespeak
their triumphant election.
Rksoi.vkd, that we pledge our ear
nest anil united laUir for the entire Re
publican Ticket at the November elec
tion and call unon every member of
the party In the county to taithfuily
and cordially supmrt the nominees of
the Republican Party.
Writisfor "The Philadelphia Press"
Sunday April It, On "The Rody
Hnathers". A savage, unbridled at
tack ou those who have given and pro
pose to give memorials at The Home
of Shakespeare. Miss Corelli is nothing
if not sensational w heu she champions
a cause, ami lu this vigorous "appeal"
she Hays everybody m ho hold opinions
dltlbront from hers ou the subject and
attacks generous Americans, including
the late George W. Childs aud Andrew
Read it lu next Sunday's "Philadel
phia Press," April 10.
lieiijamiu Li.ehniau the genial "tree
man" has enhanced his home by put
ting a new fence iu front.
Trout season opened on the l'.tii and
Dr. J. W. Orwlg left Middleburg to
capture some of the tinny tribe.
i. ....... .w. t-.r- i. iw..i. j 'i: 1
congratulations that we endorse the ,pi , uwrll nnrt r.r
State the latter 'art of last week.
vJohn N. Iirosius the genial coinmis
sioiiep clerk made the purchase uf a
new wheelbarrow a small one fur his
Miss Iles.sie L. Siuilli returned Iruin
a weeks' vi.-it to friends and relatives
at Port Tievenoii. and McKccs
Douglas Aucker, who is employed as
a carpenter at the Washington House
spent Sunday at his home iu Troxtl
ville. Wm. Koon and wife, spent a o.ay in
Sunbury last week making purchases
for their new home ui the Ceutral
James Aurand a well known citi.en
of Troxelville is seriously ill. Many
w ho know him hoieforhis speedy re"
Arthur liowersox living near Ceutre
ville who has beeu eniidoyed iu Phila
delphia visited Mr. and Mrs. I. 11.
The family of Representative liower
sox are spending the week at the Capi
tal witnessing the closing scenes of the
Miss Fannie Rowersox has returned
to Shamokiu after spending about two
month with her parents and relatives
iu this place.
James Kline who has spent the past
few months with his family here has
returned to his place of business iu
H. J. Rolingerand wifeof Lewistown
who have beeu speuding some time
with J. L. Marks and family returned
home on Tuesday.
Dr. Fyer Walter spent the past few
days here remodeling the Central
Hotel, w lieu through it w ill be fitted
up in tlrst-class style.
Mrs. James P. Smith who has been
attending her father Mr. Gray bill at
Richtleld, has returned home, he is iu
a precarious condition having bad a
stroke of paralysis.
Jerome Thompson cashier of the
Wilkesbarre National l.auk and his
brother James G. of Middleburg's First
National Rank spent Sunday with
their parents iu Thoiupsoutowu.
Mr. Curtin Rowersox and his family
were poisoned from eating dandelion
which was prepared for a meal at their
home last week. Mr. Uowersox who
is very fond of the dandelion, ate an
unusually large (ptautity which all'ect
ed him the worst. They thiuk some
poisonous weed had tveu gathered lu
A freight occurred ut Sunbury ou
th Reading load Monday morning.
Two curs containing gun powder were
demolished and a fire began on the
train only two cars from the dangerous
explosives. The tire was extinguished
by the Sunbury fire department before
any serious dumagi'S was done,
Middleburg Leather Manufacture Co
leceived a car load of hides last wtek.
Stealers' Kxcelsor Planing Co., ship
ped a ear lo.nl of lumber la.st week.
J. W. Swart, just returned from
Philadelphia, l'.altim .re and other
points with a large stock nf Spriniraud
Mcnmger Iiros. shipped a car loud of
Jas. Deitrich of Reaver Springs spent
.sumiay at home.
mr Supervisor Joe Musser is busily
engaged m repairing our roads
J. L. Marks pent Saturday at Lew
istown with Dr. J.C. Amig.
John Nuugle of Pallas transacted
business iu town Saturday.
Jerome Garmau of Fremont was seen
iu towu one day last week.
Mrs. C. A. Rathfou and daughter,
Reaulah spent Saturday at l'axton
ville. A. Kreegeris erecting a new fence
around his premises.
H. W. Smith visited relatives near
Zions church one day last week.
F. W. Custer of Sunbury spent Sun
day under the parental roof.
John Ranter and Son, whoare work
ing at P.uruham spent Sunday at
Henry Reaver of Vintoml.ile, Cam
bria Co. Pa., spent Sunday with his
Mrs. Sepharus Shambach spent Sat
urday in town.
Swar! A Graybfl invite the public
iu genual toX xaminu the beautiful
line of Laijlr khoes and Oxfords and
line dress shoesVyft ien. These shoes
are w ere made oTMod leather and are
ottered lower tliiri ever before.
Reduced Rates to St. Louis.
For the benefit of those desiring to
attend the Dedication ceremonies of
the Louisiana Purchase Fxpcsition, at
SU Louis, Mo., April :il) to May L and
the National aud International Good
Loads Convention, April 27 to May 2,
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will sell excursion tickets toSt. Louis
and return from all stations ou its lines
April -7, 'JS aud,LHJ, good going only
on date of sale and good returning to
leave St. Louis not later than May 4.
Tickets must be executed by Joint
Agent for return passage, for which
service no fee will be charged.
J. W. Bwartz, of the rlrm of Swarfcs
A Gray bill, was iuAhJ city last week
mistake which cause them all to bo-1 and bought a full Urof Spring aud
come quite sick.
A Plant That Kills Flies.
Fditor of the Post.
I want to give housekeepers i who
want it i seed of the Southcran plant
that is sure death lo that pest of do
mestic comfort the Iniii-e tly, and at
the same time is harmless to other life.
I do not know the naiiie othi r than
liy puis ui it grows some two feet high,
and bears tiny I. hie lluwers, the leaves
are the poisonous part, put milk or
sweetened Water on them and the tiles
will do the re-t, eat ami die, much to
the satisfaction of all concerned. You
may say In your readers that I will
give anyone the liy poison seed only
let each one tend a stamp for postage,
it is easy to grow, and so useful dill ing
the tly season, that I want to scattel
the seed evervu here.
Mils. !'. A. Waknui:,
.lacks in villi-, I T:i.
Note: In regard to the above ti e
I'Mili r l i-lll s to state he has v.-ci c
tlieal.oe letter with a small package
ut seed. We know nothing cmii-crniug
the seed llur llle lady uhoso gelleroll-.
ly oilers to send seed for a stamp. It
si-cms strange that any one -hi mid
become so generous, but .-hoiild any of
our readers like to experiment with
til" V pnisotl seed, they will elMainl.V
not los,. much money even if it will
not grow .
n the st, ji,st, by Lev. W. A. Haas,
I. eiijamm I-'. Rhyust ;ue of Seingl'ove
and l.i.ie Shrey of Duinlore.
I III the !Uh in-t. by Rev. W. A. I laa-,
Paul N. Weiirieh of Sunbury ami iraee
II. Mover of Fleeblirg.
1 1 1 l. p.. IIiillli'il.
Word comes from Wake, Ark.
that ltev. Jno. J. Co. h;id a strange
malady necciniHiiued by yellow
jaundice For 12 vears, physicians
vicro ualiled and tuou,, everytuiug
known to the profession was used,
the trouble leniaii.ed. Oue day he
began to use Flectric Bitters ami in
;i week, a clia,ngo lor the better
cauiH and, at longth he was entirely
cured. It's thi.- most liable nindi
i iue for Livn- and Kidney trouble.
Only .".Hi! an i guaranteed by Middle
burn Drug Co., (riitvbtll .t Garmau.
Rii htield, Dr. ). W. Sampsell l'enus
In lite Siiinlav School Workers
The time is fast approaching for our
annual convention and iu order to
have a good and prolltable convention
we should prepare for it betiue hand.
Fach and every Superintendent, Vice
President and officer should make a
determined eti'nrt for the betterment of
their sehisil or sehoois, if that is done
we will certainly have an uplifting and
protltuble meeting. If we are listles
iu our work, it will be a draw back ou
the success of the County Association.
Let us gird ou the armor and prayer
ful ly go to work for the up building of
God's work in our midst. Let each
school make its report promptly ami
arrange to have tlieir school represent
ed, not forgetting that there are neces
sary expenses to be nu t : let each
school send in its apportionment ot
not less than ,011c cent per member.
Let us all do the best we can to advance
the Sunday school cause iu our county.
Ill I'lUa ul Aei'tileiil.
Accidents will happen. Mother
strains her back lifting a sola. Father
is hurt in the shop. Children are for
ever falling and bruising themselves.
There is no preventing these things,
but tlieir worst consequences are avert
ed with Perry Davis' Painkiller. No
other remedy approaches it for the
relief of sure strained muscles.
There is but oue Painkiller, Perry
Have you ever read, any of Swedeu
borg's Works'.' If lot, will you send
me your address yylosing a stamp or
two and I w i4ii:vA vou one of his
books 1'Rb'k:. State V hither you want
it in Fuglish or iu GtViian.
MJ Cleveland street,
tf. Orai.ge, V J.
Seasonable Goyjtr ut Reasonable
prices. AfutTTmeof bfewns, jpUuiiies
and Summer dress i-gmuitsV Oxford
ties aud a full hkof fhoos, Clothing,
Carpets, Furniture ainf Geueral Mer
chandise at '
Letter To W. I!. Winey.
Dear Sir: lien's what "fewer
Mr. X. Avery ,.f I tell. i, X. V-,
nuns two liinises exactly alike. lie
pain'ed nue with a mixeil puint
took twelve gallons. Fainted the
other with Ievoi bought twelve
gallons am! had six eralloiis hit. y .
Same painter (Je.irev (olliert.
'l'lie secret is: I evi e I, inland
Zinc is one liiitiilreil per rent, pt'.int;
the mixeii paint wa- abicit tiltv per
cent, paint ami lil'ty per rent, adul
teration. Here is an ai.alysi, (.(' niixisl
paint snlil iu your neiolilmrhiHuI.
I.etul, Zim- and e.,;,,r 1 1 ),er cent.
Lime ami ( 'liina elav per cent.
nil -ee "i'.t ie-ei,. is ,1, ) uitel'a-
inti. What is it lot'.'
l'n till the cm; to take unfair
ailvant;ie;e nt yotir very iiatur:il atnl '
rilit desire to maki- nnir lauisc
pamtiiii: cost a., lit; I,. ,s.il,l,..
I lie cheap iai:it i- 1 li vue I.eail
ami Zinc, lieeau-e it i- all paint
tin cXpelle ti if ;in t ! i i i else anil
it does not waste i'i- ninliev.
Vi 'Hi's trul v,
V. W. I'-v v C.,.,
I'.S. I. I. Smitli Sunl.ury
-ells i,ur paint.
' I'.enj. F. IthytinMtine, Seliusgrove,
I Li.ie .-cln-y, I'uiou twp.
f William W. Ay erg, l'axtonville
(Mary a. iimfer, Paxumvilie
Ueimrf nr llie I'ninlltl.ni ..r Hie First N.iIlonuL
ll.ink .if M lil.lli-lmrvrli. .ti MI,Mlel'!ir-a. in Hie
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II. ml 1 1 1 -1 n !-. inrtm Hie. unl Mv ;i'-s
Miu fruiu Niitiuiial ttank.-. unl ri'st-ne
Hill- rpUM si. lie II iiiks il,-1 ii lllie-r.
Due rreiii iiinrmeil ii-ser. .. i"eiii,-,
i 'liis-ks .iti.t ii lier .-:iii ii. -ins
Null's Ml . idler Villi m;il II. illl,
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sperte i. r.i.iijlii
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Heiieiinn vii piii'I a ti H r s I '. ,,-iin r
5 !'er 'i'H'. it .'ll-.--ll.4l lull.-
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1'lKlH Uleil iriilll s. less ";iell -. s .u,,
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N'.lllilll.ll H.IIIK Hull's 'lUt.-I.UI'lilU
ll'll- III illler Vlllnh.ll inlihs
line lii snue H.uiiv, .tu. II.Uimts
lllvfiletiils I iipttiil
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txs. u. I'tluMi'snv. r.istiter
siihsiTtlH"! ni l -wnrti 'n lieiur.' 'in- 'Ins lltU
Jay nl Alir. I'm;!.
I.'i. A'!:is;i(, N,,l.ii-y f'lL'ttC.
C'DRHKlT AM.'sl :
W. W. W I TTKNMYKK.
.r. N. TIIOMI'MJ.V.
I.1LEXSE MU'IC I:S.
Ttie followitnf tiniiu'il iM-r?iiii.t !mvu ti It'll with
the ..'Icric o( 'u.trtcT t ssUMi- o( tht! .'nnuiy uf
Siiyilt-r, tlit'ir .toplutitDMi (or l ni, I MMtulor
.unl v iiwlt'MuIu I.ii-t'ii-cii, .wlm-ti will i? prtt
wnieii iwr tiProv ul .MuinlAy, April '.'7, !'.hj.J,
1 W. V. Mulm, Tp.ixflvill.
i II. II. l''ait(, iivtTf" wii.
I Wllliunt 1'. Ifou-h. Mtt'Mirt?.
I -J, K. tumvr, IVm.- rfs'K.
1 ii. l- hiiiK't-iuiii, IVniif ( re U.
ti I1. A. Tr.njp, IflNti v i lie. '
7 V. H. KrrHU-Htr, M -ivvn j Kulli. .
S M.J. I-'uIht. Utiupiuuii.
'J '. . t tik lull, wiiu-fonl.
10 I'Hii cl 1 ItTili.ilt, Kr.tt 't llle.
11 .liiiull -obuil, Mltiul.-lmri;.
1 W. . Kiilin, Mhlillt'hitiK.
I i Arlington KtHlit-r, K.riini.
II Martin lar, Miuniuk.iii I'uui.
1;" . W, Kryimru. Miiaihukiii l;tm.
1'i l4Ullt Hiii ttll.tll, SUitUioklU UlUtl.
W 11. C, UlUs-, Ht. MlilH.
I'rrkmiJ. lvt'rUUurt X'lmi'i',
ihit'sjb I. Ituck. !iiii!s;rij't.
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