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Glicrlog Blinldnnp hn Rnforrnnrl will: bngiq in the PDST anon,
lob lot of nolo
,n hand. They must go
The price will do it.
s and prices for the. ask
ft furnish 'them printed
than you can buy them ,
pnacllcr, Nttor PraprUwr.
A hally jraraal, DtrtUi U Rev, ScUact, Art, Palltkal ttmy Carnal Llttratar.
Rat: Oa Dollar Per Annum, la Adraar
MIDDLEBURGn, SNYDER COUNTY, PENNA., JUNK 4, 1903.
ly Little Liners.
V and the Hustle of the
y Seat, Told In Brief
lore or Less Prominent.
Dnnulatloa and EvtnU of In
ih.i SatUfy Curloalt and
lwaM tha Thlrat lor
for the l' 8T.
I man sneuta few days lu
liellng Is the ioud daddy
Vie of Beavertown was at
V eye on the "Coming Ev
il. Send in your announce-
(1. Thompson spent Bun.
... -. Kf
Jet pure Wines fUO Wnls
leal use at the Widdlebuig
Moyer and family of KIs-
I . (J 1 .. I U k' ...
(Ill KlkU 11U1,
uburg Drug 8 tore baa ad
lne of pure Wifea sua
medical use. tf.
Jkhart and family of Ben-
I a r. a a .
lirday aua eunuay wun
I . 1. 1 .i
the reUrlatC) firm
Uton, 4111 be
low price. -" tr
H. Hasslnger of Eliza
wife spent (Saturday aud
Vn with relatives.
Vocotorfor a prescription
Mlddleburg D6g Store
iues aud rniskies for
the County seat, Sat-
e guests of Dr. Or-
Wani to talk to this ofllce
111 02, Mlddleburg. Or-
!, T 1 t . I 1
ppuou, joo rriniuig auu
jan be seut by 'Phone.
Noll of Fayette. N. Y..
he call of the joiut con.
Reformed Churehes of
in charge aud will wove
about June 12tb.
e a late item of ISews.
Phone, No. 202, Middle-
U8 bave it. If you do not
Particulars, Bend us what
I e will do the rest.
nyder county endorsed
h of 8. 8. Wiilard, for
kary of Perry county for
of protbonotary of the
k of Penna.
U Wines and Whiskies
b'T, wbf u you want the
pal une, jet a prescription
fctorandgo to the Mid-
Store for it. tf.
fruit Growers aud the
Foul new and practical
10iy Money refun-
fcLLia & Co..
Strouptowu, Is hand
sale of Furtlllzurs. maim-
rieeJ1ige from $13 to
rsiiim needing a reliable
call on him. tf
H'OUNOMEN to pre-
jumunt Positions. Fine
all DeisJtifVuta. Clood
ld I'fiiinotlliiH. Kxam-
hSiato Cor. Inst,.
Cedar Rapids, la.
Holea In hm new suav
vuttiug parlor for your
Vlth m rafrtijahlng aham
Vu tuwelW each patron
flus of Market square op-
otel. Satlsfaotlou guar-
prulwfor, Dental tlrad-
oi Jfeaver Spring. Pa..
Joe lo the public. He U
tlie latent methods lit
II work guaranteed. Of-
Parkct Street iu Johu
May haill vkit the
)ou day a below !
H flrnt Monday of each
)towu Hotel, tint Tuoa-
jwntb; JVeaver 8priug
wsday of euh uioutlt;
D. A. Keru made a business trip to
II. M. Amlg of Hwineford dropel in
to m us IttHt Tburwlay.
Itev. VV. K. Dlchl Ih attending Oen
rtil Co'iifcr'iicf In llnltiinore.
Ml- Jennie Fox of CMtawlsmi Ih pay
ing it visit to friend in UiIh plncc.
$1.75 will buy one gaIICroafjr(i
white all rye whiskey at P. JjIark'n
W. I. (larnian and fiunily spent Hun
day out of town with friend and rela
tives. Thomas Rathfcn of Paxtonvllle was
at the County seat Thurwlay of last
Mb Laura Bhambach of Sunbury,
spent Hunday with her mother in thu
John A. Iturner of Hichfleld woh at
the county scat last Thursday and drop
ped. I u to sue us.
Hiram aud Jerome Ulrich of He! Inn
grove were seen on the streets of Mld
Miss Bess Crouite of Philadelphia Is
paying a vlnlt to Attorney Jas. G.
Crouee and family.
Howard W. Marks of Burnham,
spent Memorial day with bis uncle, J.
L. Marks aud wife.
Judge P. F. Itlegel dropped la to see
ub Monday morning and paid for Mrs.
J. J. Hteely'a paper.
Mrs. Thomas Burns and family of
Homestead are visiting her parent.
John Btetler and wife.
Mm. M. I. Potter and son, Joe, are
visiting Itev. McLalu and family ut
Liberty, Tioga county, Pa.
Daniel W. Crouse of Norwood spent
several days with his nephew, attorney
James O. Crouse and family.
Mrs. Reno Walter, Cyril Runkle and
Aaron Rennlnger have been on the
sick list. The latter had a stroke.
WGraybill, s jroorletor at th
Eagle Hotel, spent Wednesday and
Thursday In Mlfflintown last week.
Jacob O. Walter of Franklin town
ship, dropped lu to see us Saturday.
oir. waiter never rorgets the printer.
Thomas Bhambach of IilooitiBburg,
came to town to spend Memorial Day.
to play iu the bund mid other useful
T. F. Bradeuhaugh of Millersbure,
was In thin pluce Friday looking after
the interests of the Mlddleburg Water
Harry (Jrimm came home from
Lewistown Friday with his shoulder
dislocated. We trust he will wxm be
able to use his arm.
A newspaper can stand up for a town
with a good deul more energy when it
knows that the busiues.i men are stand
ing up for the newspaper.
Newton Troup of Phllas dropped in
to subscribe for the Post aud pay a
year iu advance for his brother Ells
worth Troup, of Catawissa.
Lost Thursday moruinir we had the
first good rain for five weeks. The
bind was parched and vegetation re
tarded by ihe dry weather.
Sheriff, J. L. Weiser of MitlliutowD,
has announced his candidacy for the
democratic nomination for Register
aud Recorder of Juniata county.
Johu F. Stetler, our enterprising an
chitevt, wou four out of contest this
Spring lu competitive plans for build
ing. The one he lost waa ou account
of bulldiug being too expensive. This
speaks well for Mr. Stetlcr'a work.
Memorial Day was fittingly celebrat
ed lu this place. Jay O. Weiserr, Eso,.,
delivered the Memorial Addretta iu the
cemetery. It was a patriotic oration
tilled with pathetic alluslous to the
valor aud putrlotbm of the American
I.uwsou (1. Dietrick and bit aunt,
Mm in Dietrick of Xut.towu, Pa., hist
week paid a visit to Henry 1 ietrick
aud wife lu Franklin. Mr. Dietrich
puid his respects to the Post while iu
towu. Friday evening they left to
visit fricuds at Moutt(oiuery.
Mrs. Harry Elsenhauar uud accom
plished daughter, Fay, of Ceutralla,
Pa., spent a few days iu town last
week, as the guc&U of Azuriuh Kreeger
and wife. They are on their way to
IkrrUburg, Illinois, where Mr. Eisen
huuer bus engaged lu business.
L. B. Farra of Philadelphia was iu
towu Saturday to look after the Shoe
Factory. Mr. Farra aud Mr. Webster,
who was here two w eeks ago, aud Hon.
G. A. Bcboch are trying la effect ar
rangements to operate the Shoe Fac
tory here. 'e trust they niny be successful.
JUNK 11TH TO lTHU
THURSDAY, Juna 1 1th.
7:30 p. m. Commencement of the Commercial Department.
Address to the class by Ceo. B. Reimensnyder, Esq.. Sun
FRIDAY. June 12th.
7:30 p. m. Csmmencement of tha Oratory Department.
SATURDAY. JUNE 13th.
7:30 p. m. Commencement of the Preparatory Department.
Address to the class by Bruce A. Metxrer, A. M. Em..
SUNDAY, June 14th.
10:30 a. m. Baccalaureate Sermon by President C. W. Endars
7:30 p. m. Sermon before the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, by Rev. J. M. Relmer.sr.yder, D. D., Milton, P.
MONDAY, June 15th.
10:30 a. m. Junior Oratorical Prize Contest.
2:00 p, m. Commencement of the Music Department.
7:00 p. m. Twilight Concert by tha Casklns' Military 3nd.
9:00 p m. Receptions of the Literary Societies.
TUESDAY. June 16th.
10:00 a. m. Commencement of the Thei'ioca! D!?ar'mert.
Address to the clam by Rev. William H. Dolbeer. 3i!!e
2 'J) p. m. Dedication of the Aiumnl Gymnasium.
Address by Rev. M. M. Albeelr, Berwick. Pa. Addrw
by Gen. J. P. S. G&bln. LL. D.. Lebanon. P.
3 CO p. m. Field Spcrts.
7.30 p.m. Public Meeting of the University A.umr.i, Orat'.r.
Rev. H. D. Hoover. A. M.. Fr"ede;.. P..
Poet, Rev. John Wsldley. A. M.. Pittsburg. Pa.
8:30 p. m. Entertainment of the University M islcal Ciubs
the Opera House.
WEDNESDAY, June 17th.
10:CO a. m. Commencement of the Collets Department. Ad
dress to the class by James Scarlett, ., Danville Pa.
12:30 p. m. Alumni Banquet at tha University Dfnlng Hall.
Cao 0ofis fi Excunstox T:c.irir3 over the Penn'a. S. R..
may be obtained by -writing to the Dean of the University.
Rooms and Mrals may be obtained at the Keystone and the
National Hotels at Jl.CO per day. A limited number of
ladies can be accommodated ;n Seibert Hail of the Univer
sity at 7S cents per day and single meals may be had for
Ths Summit School of Susquehanna University rtll ooen Wed
nesday, June 13th and continue six -weeks. 3ul!et!na of
courses offered may be obtained on aopllcatlon.
The Nitxr Scholastc Ysar -will npen T jesday. Sentember 3th,
Fca Catalccubs, address the Dean of the University.
Rev. Levi P. Young of Belleville,
who for several years ha been an as
sistant teacher In the preparatory de
partment of Susquehanna University,
and who la a graduate of the Univer
sity, left on Tuesday for Church's Fer
ry, N. Dakota, where be will organise
Have you ever read any of Swerten
borg's Works? If not, wfTl you seud
me your address snclosffjg a stamp or
two and I will iotr vou one of his
books FREE. State wbetheryou want
it in English or in German.
M) Cleveland street,
tf. Orm.ge, N. J.
$1,75 1 $1.75 I I
Is what I will Mil
White All Rye
goods are pure bu
try a gallon and be
Whiskey will be or
1003 for 30 days
$1.75 I 1 1
lap after June 1st,
Among the Snyder countiaus noticed
at the Republican State Couveution at
Harrisburjr, lost w eek were : W. E.
Stahlnecker, editor A. M. A u rand,
Judge P. F. Riegel, Dr. A. M. Smith,
J. B. Ewiug, Charles Keller and Foster
Smith of Beaver Spriugs ; Wm. Bagg
ier of Freeburg ; Sheriff, Charles E.
Sampsell, Attorney Jas. G. Crouse aud
Editor Wagenseller of Mlddleburg ;
IrwinF. Laudenslager, A. B. Keck
and Postmaster Geo. C, Wagenseller of
Seliusgrove; William K. Miller of
O. M. McU feil from a shed Mon
day morning, laodi on his head aud
slid along on bis breast The scalp was
torn from the skull for a considerable
distance and be was badly bruised on
, Tb Cnnnry Commbwioners have
provided a room 84ijoining"ilfo H'.'iJurt
fiorn for thm espeftinl use of the attor
ney and is to he designated the law
library. Thie is a very good move and
is much appreciated by the attorneys.
Ocar Carey of Warnontown, died
Sunday night of consumption. Hn
was n',arrii to Lizzie F.iiert, a "laugh
ter of M. O. and Amanda LuiTftia
Orwig Eilert. He waa buried Wed
nesday. He was an indmtrious man
A TA rlufK VAWIA MUa .A . J I
Cif J vii-ntu i.aiiivr iauirr u mri jjtrt;ii i y ,
XK I-iiuoF Tobacro Habit, aemi i"
how to cure yourseof ftieiruse in one
to five day a. Cornell Ski them your
oelf. Mouey refunded ll not satistieii.
Ellis A Co.,
CoIPrrwoud, Ohio, 1". S. A.
Jennie Kox of Catawissa spent Sun
day in town.
Geo. Hasseiiplug, wife and children
of Milton, visited relatives in town lust
Howard W. Marks, H. E. Walter,
V. E.Wetzel of Lewistown spent Sat
urday aud Sunday ut their respective
Oeorge Wren, w ife and child, Peter
Rogers and wife of Shamokiu visiud
H. P. Beaver's.
Win. and Paul House worth ofSelins-
The committee on State Permanent
certificate will meet at Freeburjr, Pa.,
ou Thursday and Friday, June i5th
and ilth, 1908. Teehen who contem
plate taking the examination should
notify any one of the uudersigued com
mittee. Miss Rae Mover.
T. A. Stetler.
A. R. C.illrt.
Tennyson could take a worthless
sheet of paper, write a poem ou it, and
make it worth Stio.OUO that's genius.
Vanderbilt can write a few words ou a
piece ot paper and make it worth $V
tW,i.MjO that's capital. The Tuited
Stales em i take an ounce aud a i)uarter
of gold:, .dsiaiupupou it an "tji'le
Bird" u d make it worth ft.'U that's
money. A meeiiauic eau take mater
ial worth $o and make it into watch
springs worth (l.UUO that's skill. A
mcR'buut cau take an article worth To
cent aud sell it lor $1 that's busiutsa.
A lady can purchase a 75 cent hut, bul
she prefers one that costs $7 that's
fool isli ui ss. A Ditch Diucer works
grove aro visitiug their graudnts, J ten houra a day and bundles several
Heury Dietrick and wife.
M. K. Sehoeh is having his house
Kate Bickhart, Opheus and Mame
Hartman of Royer's Bridge were iu
The tannery received a car load of
Asa Sholter of Weikert spent Sun
day with hbj uncle, John Llbby.
Homer Kesslcr of Mlflliuburg, spent
Sunday at home with his parents.
Mrs. John C. Ramer and daughter
were to Lewistown last week. '
Francis Btroup of Red Bank passed
through here Sunday on his way to
tous ol earth for fU that's labor. The
Printer of this could w rite a check for
fcW.UOo.UOU, but it wouldn't be worth a
dime that's rough. Any oue cau go
to The Susquehanna Uuiversity Musi
cale aud thoroughly enjoy au excellent
concert that's couimou seuse.
A concert w ill be given iu theSelius
grove Opera House, Juue loth. Ad
mission, '2oc aud 36c. 1'U
The Sand Industn-.
Maplktov, Depot, Pa., May 2H, W3
I am now engaged as the Superin
tendent of the millwriirht work for the
Pfina. GlaM Saud Co.
-i" n'Aet;' a lot of tph.
chinery iu the Columbia Milkv I jtrxt
irppared a bill of lumber reiitiirina; 73,
'100 feet for the Kevstone MUL
The new mill will l a 45xlhf feet
tubiition to the old mill. This will be
used for Xew Mill, washing machinery
i-iuveying hflls, loading tower. (10 to
1- '-tir I'apaeity ami ae-v .'nmrner
dryir li to li ton pt-r hour. .
If will reiitnw nearly :ul -minnier ro
er:t the in:idings and place '.he :ua
chinery. B-.th aiills are Us-ate-i !e
tween Mapi.'t.m and Mill Crek:. Huut
inirion ounty. This ompany owns
tea plants, one in Hancock. . Va..
the Dther ar? aioti Juniata nrcr.
Each plant has a capai-ity ii j o
cars per lay. There are other -and
plants not owned by tliia .tumuauy .u
this s;t.(n with a aiMu.'ity of t uid t
earn per 'la--.
I have hern asaeii t. put in .11)0 ton
plant in West Virginia.
LiMuidatioa Sale .f Scarevcr. S.m X Co..
The ."-chreyer tore (.'.).. has W.-ea ;
corporated under the of the .lira
mou wealth of Peiyaa, for the purr me
of engin hjeTgenerai nierrnaadia
icg busine?in thelorgti f Miitoa
and negotiatiou hsiei'eea r?tupieted
by which tbe Vew Saruon have
acquired the st-V-s. ia tUe. will,
etc., of S.'hreyerlSou 4C'X la ruai
iugtlie traus'er ft t'rwarr to ,-ou-vert
a laive p.rf6 ot the tocs. .ato
ready mouey, quickly. For re-,
sou during the tuoutas i Juue. J.y,
and Augu.i great riucuou cave .ru
made iu all departments. ie i.srciii
farmers and I ruit Uroers. j
1 w ill MMid t he foilow inu ur reti '
fiirinnias lor U"ic. Mou reiurtievl it' not. j
satistied. How U oi-euvnuou :ruit I
and Vegetaole. Ifokufto k;vt i rv(w i t j
cucumtwrs o;l' of vJ vine. 1U to,
iniike an iU'i orvliaiifa tu oin. ,
to can iruil w an o4d uaier.
Ellis a Co.. Colliiivkv.u, i ,
lo Kcut ui Law)cis.
A suit that has 1ft u peudius :'or ,
forty-six years iuvolviug tluegvi:ta-
tious of liiigiuits was tiualiy tiled iu
THE FL'TLRE REVEALED.
Comin? Events C.ist Their Sh.idowt
The readcrM r,f Km- I'lrnrf r-iiet.
od to nd u antioiiiK-etnetitM .if all
vnts. No cliarvrc will I mndc to
plllilish tll JRIlie a-!)cii tbn .'Vctit i- of
HATrsiMY, .Into"!, s ' ri'v!.erry !'..
tival t Vcrdilln :ti the evenio-.
SATrmuv. .Imi.. t; y ',-,,. - T , . f
'snip will hold i '.clival i l-'f-'nont
in tlip cvpninir.
ATfHii.A v. J'Ioh ! Tli" ; I'll riimnl
Convention f th IV i) '. .,f ,. of
Snyder roiiiity will l iieNI in Kr
niont. SATt'KriAV June K. Th( ('. K. Society
'if HftHHtnirer church wii! hold a
festival on the .Imrch hvii in th
ATfRDAV, Juneii, Tlie-iinOny JchiMil
will hold a festival at Salem.
Satt-riiav, .J'ine ;, . r.-.tivnl will lx
held at Iteil Hank in tl veiling.
Sfvii.w, June 7 to 10, :s:trd Annual
'ommencpment of 1'rt.iniH t'ollece
at f'ollegpvllle. Pa.
Si-nkav, June 7, Trinity Sunday.
Movtia v. June S, TrensurerN Land
le at the Court honiw.
Ti'wn iv, June 'I, Full Moon.
Tl'WlHY, June tl. Fiirtiiep.' liiMfitute
inanagerst meet at Uie 'oniniiioner'
Tm'KsriAV, June 1 1 to June 17. vim.
SATraiiAV. June l Smith's .-unday
Sciwiol near Fremont wt!l hold a few
rival in the evening.
ririAV, June 14, Children's Day F.x
erelses In the Fremont St. Joliu's
Scxday, June 14, Children's Day Ex
erclaHi in the Lutheran Church of
tbia place in th- .nlmr. ,
SrrrDar, June 14, to lTth, Pennsylva
nia Htate 'ollege Commeniement. at
State College. Center County, Pa.
Srxnav, June Hth. Flag Day. The
Anniversarv of -be :.irth of ,,Ur
Monday. June l.'. Application -rill l,e
maiie ro the rovernor or i liartcr
'or 'he Middleiiur? Water '. innany.
TafKSiJAY. June I-, n.c 7 Milan II i 1 1
Wild W.-t -md Mexi.-an :i:;.p.
dmme -.vtll i-xtnliit ::i Middic'tir.
FlllDAY. June H:c i ciflTtltlon i
he Aur.iv-r-arv ' Kvi-
liation of .t,ii.V .:l "mleV
Force, i ".l.-.u-r ' ' .tint v.
ATT-!tIiAY. June .'J. -!icn:r -nmt'-eil
i 11 -etl in? li.iaL.e -arm "i ; i.
liaaa. W,-t of own.
.TMi vV, juue .1. ".-lOueM tav !
MoXDa '. UI.- -li. "!,. :'''ti:iSVIVV
ua Kuit.Tta. LM,i !ai: ill 't.l tit-tm
Atlantic City ma -iuai:i ben.' ul
Monday. June umuier -ommen-,-ee
at I'.bw a. n.
WKDXKsr iv. June -J ind -5. iteumou
f tVunsyivauta 'eTvc a ;iarr:
burg. Tuvkspay, June J5 ium J'j. Ixaimua-
ttou ot Temuers for 'vrrnaiieut ent-
i.'aces at Freeourn.
TvrDW. June 'At. Juiy : iuu J,
-'ace Kducauuuai Awiauuu 'ueei-
iygat 'Vi'kes oar.
Svr' hi'ay, Juiv-., Imieiineiic- Luy.
WKi.tL.vV. Juiy -.. rbe Nauouai
Kditortai .Vsuocia-iou wul ti
Oniaua, Neo., and ,'roui .acre ul
io '.o :i. .'1io "toue Nauvoai
Tfll'ttel . J uiy . I , ' tt'.eruaiiouai
chrtuau Kudavv; 'uvutivu :a
Sll Ki.' v. Juiy ;;, Vhird Brtgavie, .N.
li. I. r.U'.auipuivut
Mom-v . vuusk '. Na.ioui
aitipu...a:, .. v, i -,ui
h riiv.cn a;.. I . i.v: i.i;.! ail w ;..
M.'N.'N. Aa;, .1, '-Uiiv , Mi . i. L.L1V1U,
!'. O. S. ci A., '. a.. :;.. i, i'X
V,lMM'ai . ej.k. .'id, iViuoirakiO
vj.iAV'uii'uiiiM ,.; ;iarvi4.'Uig, i,-w
the Blair coum
y courts i;ii.t wivi
(Percival JL Kratzcr,
Kate L. HotletiBteln,
Ella D. Kessler,
f H. 8. Sterner
May L. Charles,
Engine For Sale
A twelve horse Ihiwi portable 1'rick
Kngiue is ottered at private -ale. It
can be seen at Stropblfk Itmuirc ut
n. s, SiKoW,
t-f Strouplowu, Pa.
May 2, by tieo. M. Shiudle, Perci
val H. Kratzcr of KraUerville to Kale
L. Hottensteiu of Glutx Milla,. l'a, '
Ka-Shtitt' J. W, :U
sui I u.Miay lie
grtinlig Ins lua.. v r,..i.us
Hrnvu to t4.i:r4U4ju.
L v-tikt .d "it ' of t '0 wa y i u e
ai oa, i lain .y s
Oi eu dr.co to Jen i la.ioui ;U aso
of ;l 'ci ut. '-u tii ; tl Kruils, Cuts.
oiiUkis L lctjis, i 1jv 12 a seppiy
ot ' BncLleiitf' Aruic SaIvh. lta tb
lt:ct on cait'ii. -5c. at IiJdioiturg
Duig Stor G''ay bill AUaituauof
Bicuf.eld Dr. J. W. Ssiaipse I ot