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PIKE COUNTY PRESS
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Friday December 23, 19 JO
Orril B, MASONIC HALL BCIMMTO.
Onr Ykar One dollar and fifty oent
Six Months Keventy-flve rents.
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE.
Entered at the pot office of Milford,
Pike County, PunimylvftnlA, its second
01 am water, November twenty-tirst, ltftW.
Ont, Inch, oncliiwrt.ton - -- -- -- -- --11.60
fcs wh subsequent Insertion ------- .76
iifiiuc1!! rutos. furntshti on application,
will he nlloweu yearly advertisers.
Adni1nl.trittor's And Executor's
notices ------- . 8. 'i0
A uriitor's notices .... - - 4.U0
Divorce notices - - - - . 5.00
Sheriff's shIpr, Orphans court Bales,
County Tn'Asonir's miles, County ptule
mont and eleutiou roolamution oharfcd
by ttie incb.
. a. Fan Ktten. Pcibliphkk,
Governor Kdwin 8k Btuart, who
bag made an excellent .official, will
goon retire from office and will be
succeeded by John K. Tener, whose
former acts have been severelyoritl
oised. All will hope that he will so
oondnct himself in the high office
which he will shortly assume as to
win praise from those who were his op
ponents. A man may take a false step
but experience should bar bis future
guide to prevent another. He will
have opportunity to display courage
and patriotism in safeguarding the
interests of the people and the wish
is that he will maintain the high
standard ot his predecessor.
Jacob Miller, the genial tolr takei
at the Barret bridge, acoonipauied
jonn wood to juuioid Tuesday.
David H. Ott, of N. Y., a former
resident of Delaware, was in tov.n
Gouvernonr Emerson, who is in a
medical college in Philadelphia, is
visiting nis lamily here.
John C. Beck has sold his farm in
Milford township and it is reported
it will be taken by the state for use
as a fish batohery. Rumor says the
the state will add to its holdings np
aiong me oawKiu.
Sheriff George Gregory recently
visited his sister, Mrs. William
Youngs, who is ill at Herkimer, N,
John ti. Burcher, of Honesdale,
wno is wen Known in tne upper part
ol this comity, died last week.
Corinne Howard, the 7 months
oia aangnter or ttenry a. Heed, Jr.,
and wife, died Tuesday. The tuner
al was held yesterday and interment
in Minora Cemetery.
M. A. Reidy of Green has been ap-
Doimeu mercantile appraiser for 1911,
Roger Q., or as he was familiarly
known Roddy Dewitt, a son of
trunk P. Dewitt of Jersey CHv.
died Wednesday at Matumoras ot
convulsions aaed about 17 vaara.
The remains were brought here and
the funeral will be held today at 2 n.
ni. from the residence of bis uncle
lion Ueo. K. ljuick.
His parents, two brothers and
sister Bessie survive him.
N. G. Palmer and family are occu
pying their house here for the Holi
Geo Hanoe is confined to his home
Aimer Terwilllger and wife are
visiting in town.
Albert Rudoloh and J. C. Ki-h orr
have been filling their ioe houses tbis
Algernon Gregory who has been
in an automobile laotory at Aurora,
111., has returned to his home here.
A barrel of gasoline exploded in the
raciorv. doing some damage and in
juring Algernons band.
We wish all our friends a Merry
iuu a uniipy ana prosper
ous New Year.
Ernest Gehrig, who learnod liis
trade in the PRESS office and has
since been successful in the busine.
renchnd home tbis week from B:ittle
lreeK, ilieh, where he wag employed
to recuperate his health. He hi s
just spent 72 days in a hospital with
X. P. Huddy and wife of Erjit
Orange and Miss Bessie Van Etten of
Hew York will spend the Holiday
wk in town. .
As the days begin to lengthen the
oold begins to strengthen, so look out
now for the days are growing longer
There will be music by a Viotrola
in tne M. u. Uburon (Sunday night
Tbis is a fine instrument and the at-
feot is almost equal to hearing the
Thomas Van Dermark, residing in
Dingman township, had his foot bad
ly crushed yesterday by it being
caugni uy me carnage or the saw
mill on which he was working.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
auy cane or l.autrrb tbat cannot be cured
by Hull's Catarrh Cure. '. J. C'HKNICV
ft l u , -roieuo, u,
We. the uudersltmed. hare known F. J
Cheney for the laaf 16 years, and believe
hiin perfectly honorable lu all buuincss
trau&uctluuM and ttutuicially able to curry
out any uuiigauiouK niaoe uy nis nnn.
WAL1HNO, KlNNAM A MA1.V1K,
W hulesule Drug-gists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is u.keu internally,
actiuK directly upon the blood and mu
cous BUrfaoce of the system. Testimonials
front tree, f rloe i()C per Dottle, bold by
Take Halt's family Pills for oonxtipa-
Farm with good apple orchard,
brook, unfailing spring, moderate
trioe. Hoffman, aoti W. 11 a.
lit H cannot n-mkm m FMr kln or a -.
C lossy Coal.
Women with ffoort
be homely. Creams,
lotions, wftfhe anil
powders cannot mane
& fnir akin. ETery
hoTnoman knows thnt
the satin coat of hii
from the animal's
L-t the home get
"off hii feed" and his
oont, turns dull. Curt
Tying, bruuhinjr and rubbing will give
him ft clean coat, bnt cannot produce
the coveted smoothness and gloss of
the horwe's skin, whirh it his com
plexion. The ladies will see the point.
Is the best preparation for ladies who
desire ft gentle laxative medicinothat
will give the body perfeot cleanliness
internally and the wholoeomrness
that produces such skins as painters
lore to copy. At druggists. 25c.
Will of C. W. Bull
He gives to Milford Cemetery $100
to his wife the household goods and
use of dwelling for life contingent on
her remarriage then to have (3,000
in lien tbereot. To Geo R. Bull his
law library and use of oilioe free of
rent. On the deoease of his wife
house and lot to become property of
bis son if he accepts it at $4000. .The
remainder of the estate to be equally
divided between bia three children,
Geo R. Bull and his wife are named
as executors. j
. WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE. .
For thirty years J. F. Buyer, of Fer
tile, Mo.' needed help and couldn't Hud
It That's why he wants to help some
one now. bullering so long himself he
feels for all distress from Kackake, Ner
vousness. Lot of appetite, Lassitude,
and Kidney Disorders. He shows that
Kleetrie Bitters work wonders for such
troubles. "Five bottles," he writes
"wholly cured me and now I am well
and hearty." It's ulso positively guar
anteed for Liver Trouble, Dyspepsia,
Blood Disorders, Female Complaints
and Malaria. Try them. 60c at All
An Old British Soldier.
There is in this country a "Surviv
or of the Charge of the Light Ori
Bade." News comes from Oakland,
Cat., (Dec. 10) that George Smith is
one of the survivors of the Immortal
Six Hundred who rode In the charge
of the Light Brigade at the battle of
fialaklava. Smith is 84 years of age
and is seeking charity from the Oak
land Board of Supervisors. He wants
sufficient fnnds to oarry bim and his
daughter to England in order that he
may revive bis claim to a pension
from the British Government.
He was at one time a woodcutter,
but age and an old wound compelled
him to abandon work.
For bravery In the Indian Mutiny
he was awarded the Victoria Cross
and received a personal gift of twenty
sovereigns from Queen Viotoria.
After the Indian Mutiny Smith
came to America, later becoming a
ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES
To many, winter is a season of trnu.
ble. The frost-bitten toes and fingers,
chanoed handB and lina rhllhluiiia
cold sores, red and rough skins, prove
luie. nui buvii troubles ny oeiore Muck
ien's Arnica Salve. A trial convinces.
Greatest healer of Burns, Boils, Plies,
Cuts, Sores, Eczema andSpralus. On
ly aoe at aii uruggisia.
Election of Directions
The First National Bank of Milford,
December 12, 1910
The Annual Election for Directors
of this Bank will be held at the
Banking house, Tuesday, January 10
1911, between the hours of 2 and 3
P. M. '
JOHN C. WARNER,
3t v Cashier
Music at Pres Church
The special musio at the Proaby
terian church on Christmas will con
sist of an autheni, "The First Christ
mas Morn" by Earnest Newton, at
the morning service.
At the evening service the choir
will sing a Christmas cuntata, "The
Hope of the World" by P. A
Monday evening at 7.30 the Sun'
day school will give a Christmas ex
eroise, after which gifts will be diS'
tributed from the tree.
We hope all our readers may
spend a very Merry Xmas and that
the Tsew Year may prove a htppy
prosperous one to all.
Mrs. B. F. Killam spent part of
tne past week with her daughter.
Mrs. Edson Green, at Scranton. She
returned to her home Saturday ao
oompanied by her daughter, Frances
wno is attending sohuoi at Kingston
and is spending her Xuias vacation
at her home here.
Mrs. Nancy Kimble is staying with
her daughter, Mrs James Killam,
who, we are sorry to say is on the
sick list and is under th. care of Da.
Mr. and Mrs. C E Williams and
Mr. and Mrs U. F. Killam, e.ijoyed
a venison dinner and spent a very
pleasant afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Eri Trirelpiece, Sunday last.
is the - -
The Creator Youth's
Since its enlargement by the addi
tion of an amount of reading in the
year equal to fonr hundred ordinary
magazine pages, "The Youth's Com
panlon" oan oiler even a wider range
of wholesome entertainment than
ever before ; but the character of tbe
paper's contents remains the same
Ind the subscription price, tl 75, Is
Every boy will eagerly look for
the articles on skill in sports and
pastimes and bow to develop it.
The girls will find many novel anil
practical suggestions whioh will fce
helpful in their daily life.
For the family in general, hints for
the profitable occupation of winter
evenings, for Increasing the bappi
ness and comfort of tbe households
This reading is all in addition to
the ordinary treasury ot stories
articles by celebrated men and worn.
en, the unequallod miscellany, the
invaluable doctor's artiole, the terse
notes on what is going dn in all m-kis
of human activity.
It will cost yon nothing to send fi.r
the beautifnl Announcement of The
Companion for 1911, and we will
send with It sample oopies of tbe
Do not forget that the early snb
scriber for 1911 receives free all the
remaining issues of 1910, including
those -containing the opening chap
ters of Grace Richmond's serial story
"Five Miles Out."
The new subscriber receives also
The Companion's Art Calendar for
1911, lithographed in twelve colors
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
141 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass.
te?" New Subscriptions Received at
this Offioe. '
SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH.
flow an appalling calamity in bis fnm
tly was prevented is told by A. D. Mc
Donald, of Fayettevilie, N. C. R. F. D.
No. 8. "My sixfer hud consumption,"
he writes, "she was very thin and pule
had no appetite, aud seemed to grow
weuksrevery day, as all remedies failed
till Dr. King's New Discovery was tri
ed, and so completely cured her, that
she bus not been troubled with a cough
since. Its the bent medicine I ever saw
or heard of." For coughs, colds, la-
grippe, asthma, croup, hemmorrnage,
all bronchial troubles it has no eijual,
50c, $ 1.00. Triul bottle free . Guaran
teea by All Druggiste.
SALESMEN to represent as in
the Bale of our High Grade Goods
Don't delay, apply at ouoe. Steady
employment ; liberal terms, ixper
enoe not neoessary.
ALLEN NURSERY CO,
Rochester, N. Y.
The Commls8onera of Pike County
will hereafter hold Regular Meetings
he 1st Thursday of each mo. between
tbe hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. except
ing In the months when Court may
be in session, and then during Court
THEO. H. BAKER
Commissi mere Clerk
Notice Is hereby given that an applica
tion will be made to the Governor of Venn
sylvania on the 47th day of December 1910
17 j. u. Weston, M. (J. KoKlanu and John
kuhbaoh. under the Act of Asaemhlv on-
prove! April tfy, 1874, entitled "an Aot to
provide lor toe reKulatlon aud incorpora
tion of certain corporations, " and the sup-
piuuiuuui mure. ior me emitter ot an in
tendtxl coruorntlon to be called "IjACICa.
WAXKN MlLFOHD TKLEPHONE
COMPANY," the character aud object of
which Is, for the purpose of building,
in&intaluing and oieratlng telephone
Hues trobelooaiud as follows: liegiuiug
at Laokawaxen along the public highway
to the intersection of the Milford aud Owe
go turnpike;theuce following auid Milford
and Owego turnpike to Milford. Pa., with
branch from Sawkill school houneon said
lurnpiKeuiungMiwKilf road to Mil ford Pa.
branches from above biiecilled route beiri li
ning at a point near the rvtddenoe of Peter
Helms following the puhllo highway to
Hhohola, Pa, with a branch from Mild pub
lic highway at the residence of (ilbsun I,
McKtau to Twin Lakes: theuce following
said highway to Parker's (ilen: thenoe fol
lowing the public highway from Parker's
(ilen to Pond Kddy, Pa., thence along
puuMu uiguwitj iai am rviis, i'tk , tnenot
along the publio highway to MatnmorHS,
Pa., with a branch from Ira B. Kosuu
krans' resident aloug the public highway
to Lord's Valley Pout Ofttoe; thuoe fol
lowing Dlngmnus turnpike aud uublio
highway via MoUonuell- property to Mil
ford. Pa, liranch from Greely, Pa , along
puttlio highway to lnteraoct with line ou
Shuhola road rear tlu rotttdtiuoe of the
bridge property, with branch on public
highway Internecting line at Bihl's Mill
to residence of Joseph tichnetzler, with
branch from Laokawaxen along the pub
lio blgnway to Wtwtcolang: thence to
Westcolang Lake: thenoe to Bohemia,
with branch from Westcolang post oilioe
to Mast Hope-, Pa., thcuue to Welcome
Lake, thenoe along publio highway to
property of John Perkins: thence to
Beech Lake, wiiu branch from Welcome
Luke along the public highway to the
Delaware Bridge at Narrowbburg, N, Y
with branch Hues leading therefrom, and
for these uurnoHes to h.ivH. tuiMwwa ami un.
joy all the rights, benetiuand privileges
of said Act of Assembly aud supplements
K C. MUM FORD.
Honesdale, Pa., Nov. S3, lwio. bollcltor
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
The annual meeting of the share
holders of the Barret Bridge Com
pany, will be held at room 4, Farnuin
uuilding, In the city of Port Jervis.
N. Y., Friday, January , 1U11, for
the purpose of electing a Board of
Directors for the ensuing year. The
polls will be open from 10 o'clock A.
M., until 11 o'clock A. M.
W. I CUDDEBACK,
Safe horses, v
Findlay & Wheeler,
Milford, Pa PROPRIETORS
I Supplying J
I The Table
AN EVERY DAY PROBLEM
We solve it by keeping
FOR AN ELEGANl DINNER
II you appreciate i good market In towin buy
your fish and clams at my place. Llmburger,
Imported RoquotorL Philadelphia Cream cheese
or any others desired.
FRED GUMBLE '
Harford St. Milford Pa.
Of All Kinds and Stylo.
. Blankets, Robes, Whips
and Horse Outfitting gen
Examine my stock it
will please you The
L. F. IIAFNER.
Harford St, Milford
Succeed when everything else tails.
In fiervOUS nrnatrntinn nn.l fMn.u
weaknesses they are the supreme
ciucu, m inuussns uave testined.
FOR KtDNEYLIVEFJ AND
it Is tho best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter,
If you are going to build any
where in Pike Co. or Sussex
Co., N. J. it will pay you to
E. S. WOLFE
Casings " L
BEST OF ALL FLOUR.
When in need of any
Hello to No. 5., or come to
SAWKIlL MILL,' MILFORD PA
Meats and Provisions,
" Fish and Wgetables,
' Canned Goods
Orders Promptly Attended
Harford Street, Milford.
WOOD & SON
in all branohes
Special attention glveD to
No extra ohsrge for attending
funerals out of town.
Telephone In Besidenoe.
New lork Kepresentatlve
National Casket Co. 60 Great
Jones St. Telephone 8845 Sprlne;
WANTED To rent small house
in Miltord, address,
P. O. BOX 184,
' Matamoras, Pa
BANKS ON SURE THING NOW.
"I'll never be without Dr. King's New
T.lfe l'ills attain. " writes A'. bclilui?eck,
47 Elin Bt., Uuflulo, N. Y. "Tbey cur
etl me I elironic oonslipaiion wnen ail
otbars failed." Uuetiualed for Bilious
ness, Jaur.dice, lude);eatiiii, Heauaeue
(. nilis, Malaria and ueLinty. zoc at
MITCHELL'S store in Milford
represents quality in ALL its
mm noots ana siioes
ii Men's & Women's Fur
In fact EVERYTHING
i We have no srecialtv. our name I'-
H is a guarantee that what we sell
i.i is of the value asked. Try us j
ana oe convinced. i
Settling the estate of
the late. Thomas, Arm
strong we offer for sale
the General Store of T.
Armstrong and Company.
For full particulars,
terms, etc. apply to
U , HARRY T. ARMSTRONG
IS COMING AND
W. 5. RYiVlAN and SON.
Will be on hand with the
goods, on time to supply every
. want in the line of gift-making.
Don't fail to see our display.
Never has been better than,
now. We will appreciate a call.
W. S. RYMAN & SON
C : )
1 XMAS GIFT &
Waterman Ideal, Parker Lucky Curve,
Todd, Rexall, $1.00 to $10.00
j j j
Imported and Domeatio, 23e to fa
Gillette, Auto Strop
Bharp bliuver, Kver Iteady
Gem Junior Ueriirand
IA.U0 down lo 26cts. each.
J J J
F. J. HERBST,
Graduate in Pharmacy.
found in a well stocked
J J J
In pluiu and funcy boxes, 2io to
ii. 60 per box. ,
Imported aud domestic 60c ts to
fo.uu per box.
jt jt Jt
Port Jerri, K. Y., Vvc. 16, Jia .