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Cameron County Press HENRY H. MULLIN, Editor nnci Publisher. PUBLISHED F-vTiuY THURSDAY BALD HEADS NOT WANTED. Baldness is too Generally Considered a Sign of Advanced Age. A bald headed person does not have an equal chance with one blessed with a healthy head of hair, because baldness is too generally accepted as an indica tion of age. Many large corporations have established an age limit, and re fuse to take men over 35 years of age new employees. Almost 65 per cent of bald headed people may regain a good head of healthy hair if they will follow our ad vice and accept our offer. We have a remedy that wo positively guarantee to grow hair on any head, unless the roots of the hair are entirely dead, the follicles closed, and the scalp ban become glazed and shiny. We want people to try this remedy at our riski with the distinct understanding that unless it does exactly what we claim it will, and gives satisfaction in every re spect, we shall make no charge for the remedy used during the trial. We know exactly what we are talk ing about, and with this offer back our statements no one should scoff, doubt our word or hesitate to put our remedy tn an actual test. We want everyone in Emporium who is suffering from any hair or scalp trouble, dandruff, falling hair or bald ness to try our Rexall "93" Hair Ton ic. We want them to use it regularly— say until three bottles have been used, and if it does not eradicate drndruff, cleans*) and refresh the scalp, tighten the hair in its roots, and grow new hair, we will return every cent paid us for the remedy for the mere asking. There is no formality expected, and we exact no obligation from the user what ever. We are established right here in Emporium, and make this offer with a full understanding that our business success entirely depends upon the sort of treatment we accord our custom ers, and we would not dare make the above offer unles we were positively certain that we could substantiate in every particular. Two sizes, 50c and $1 00. Mrs. M. A. Rockwell, Empor ium, Pa. Buffalo Sportsman and Motor Boat Show at Convention Hall, March 8-13. it will be a costly_and most preten tions production the big Power Boat and Sport snien's Show which opens for a week in the big auditorium of Con« vention Hall at Buffalo on March 8. Undonbtc My it will add much fame to Buffalo, already famous as a show and exposition ity. Fift"cn thousand dol lars has been lavished this year on the decorations and amusement feat ures for Buffalo's Sportsmen's Show, which is more than twice the amount that has ever been spent on an indoor show in Buffalo, and makes it costlier than any indoor show in New York or Chicago. • An ad on another page outlines scantily tl:e scope of this show. It is a big spectacle that cannot be ade quately described in written words. All of the decorations, including the heavy sci" ■ and electric effects, will be of pc rtp -;i and fireproof construc tion. l>c; > ;iii ig from the genuine rose arbor coiling, lliat will cover the Immense expanse of the roof, to the trees on t'i f'oir will be an expensive stage s.-ttii • (iiat will portray the bosom of nature, the deep woods and the call of the wild. Exhibits of motor boats and tho equipment of the outdoor snorts will bo here from as far east as Connecti cut and as far west as Los Angeles. Stiff Neek. Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism of the muscles of the neck. I» is m ually confined to one side, or to the bu-.k of the neck and one side. While it is often quite painful, quick relief may be had by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case of rheumatism in ten requires internal treatment. When there is no tever and no swelling as in muscular and chronic rheumatism, Chamberlain's Lini ment will accomplish more than any in ternal treatment. For sale by L. Tau gart. We say without hesitation that l)e- Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are un equalled for weak kidneys, backache, in carnation of the bladder and u>l urinary disorders. They are antiseptic and act promptly in all cases of weak back, back ache, rheumatism and rheumatic pains. Accept no substitute. We tell anil rcc coiuinend them. All Druggists. Warning All persons are hereby forbidden from trespassing upon the property of this Company without a permit from this office, or the Manager at the works. KEYSTONE POWDER MFG. Co. Emporium, Pa., August lßt, 1003 MEDIX RUN. Pay day at the tannery. Leave your lauudry with John Mc- Donald, the agent. Order your wall paper from Rev. Eugler. M. M. llill, who had his arm ampu tated some time ago, is much better in health at this writing. Saui Aurient, who had his hand cut a few days ago, is able to be at his work again. The dance given by the band Satur day evening was largely attended and all report a good time. Mrs. Isaac Frantz was shopping at Dußois one day last week. A new store is being erected in town. Mrs. Hussey & Winslow are partners. Ben Frances of Ilicks Run was on our streets one day last week. X. X. X. FIRST FORK. W. H Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium. Chauncey C. Logue thought ho would celebrate Washington's birthday, by go ing and gathering his ttaps he had left out when he quit trapping in the win ter ; so when he was coming down Brook's Run. thought he would take a look down the gulch where Deloy's old splach dam used to be and perhaps set a trap, for the few days left of the trap ping season. On looking under some of the big rocks there, he found old "Eph raim" himself at home, taking his win ter "Siesta.'' and commenced to putnp lead into him from a 38-Cal. Colts Navy, he had along. The old fellow came out only about four feet from Logue and started down the Run. After he empti ed another cylinder of cartridges into nim or at him, the old fellow called it a quit, and Chauncey called it a draw game, that is—he got a team and drew him home, getting in about six o'clock, mak ing a good day's work getting ahead of the law makers in getting the close sea son for bear, shortened and closing the season by capturiug one of the biggest bears ever killed in this section. The next day he shipped him to Du- Bois where it is reported he found a ready market for him at S4O. Chaun cey once in a while has a streak of good luck mixed with the bad. On Wednesday after returning home he went up the Run and brought in a large red fox alive, which had got in one of his traps. A few more such hunts will put him at the head of the champion list for this year. Wm. Swank is recovering nicely from the diabetes, under the care of Dr. S. S. Smith, of your city. Burlingame Hros. and M. J. Logue have been using the floods of the last two weeks, rafting logs down to the new portable mill at the mouth of Woodrock Run. The heavy rains have got the wells and springs filled up, so that they will be all light now, e\cn if ''winter lingers in the lap of spring." Your correspondent at this place is mending slowly from an attack of Bright's disease and is able to walk out of doors in gooil weather. The Bailey and Ilaynes'* schools have closed but the other two have yet some weeks to run. Fred \Villi:i!iis, of Riverdale, Mich., has returned home after a couple of weeks'visit to his grandparent, R. M. Williams, and his uncle Fred. Being born and brought up on the prairies of S. Dakota, he thinks the scenery of this section is pretty well "pih-d." Lewis Limb of Costel'o was visiting friends here Friday and Saturday. NUF SED. CAMLRON. W. H. Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium. H. F. Foster of Sterling Run relieved operator Page, Tuesday. Wm. McVane and A. E Jenks were Emporium visitors Thursday. D. Robinson and Frank Speaker of Calder were in town Tuesday looking over the telephone line running from that place, which has been in trouble for some time. Wm. Wykoffand wife returned from Medix Run, after a month's stay in that place. Clarence Howlett of Sterling Run was a business caller here recently. Mrs. Lininger, Henry Morse and E. F. Comley were Canoe Run visitors Tuesday. The newly elected Supervisors held a meeting for organization purposes, but owing to one of them being absent, and not qualifying, they were compelled to postpone the meeting. (>. L. Page and wife attended the funeral of the latter's mother, Mrs. Hoehn, at St. Marys, Tuesday. Since election, Dan Sullivan, Sr., has become quite a singer as well as a poet, and he expects togo on the stage in the near future. It. Graham is contemplating piping the water from the "cold spring" to his hotel, which he recently purchased. This will be quite an improvement to the place as well as making it more con venient. Frank Sullivan walked track a few nights last week owing to the illness of the track walker. Frank says he was'nt afraid, only a little nervous, lie had a body-guard and in addition to this had a brace of revolvers, two black-jacks and a stiletto, also asked for a few of the mounted police, but the company allowed the police were not necessary. Frank is a brave lad and not afraid in the dark. LOUISE. | CAMERON COUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1909. STERLING RUN. W. H. Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium, John Furlong returned to school at Lock Haven, Saturday. I). 10. Spangler was in town Tuesday. W. I'. Barr while going from his house to the coal mine was stricken with paralysis last Friday. (Irace Summerson of Ilicks Run was guest of her sister, Mrs. G. W. Howlett, Saturday. Quite a number of out of town teach ers attended the Local Institute held in M. E. Church, Saturday. Fred Shaffer left Saturday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Ella Zell, of Brock way - ville. We hear later that he is quite ill. F. B. Hoag, of Cameron, was a visitor ! in town, Tuesday E. C. Wing returned to towu. In- | tends starting his portable mill in the I near future. Little Alfred Neenan is quite ill. Gabriel Tarroqoeelle returned to town recently, having spent a year in Italy. Some of our town men made a saw dust walk from C. Craven's corner to the post office. llow much better this is than wading through the mud. Let us j join in thanks as this is a great aceomnio- | datiou to all. Mrs Anson Mason has been quite ill j with la grippe the past week. James L. Schwartz, teacher at Chap man hill school, received word Tuesday that one of his sisters was very ill in the hospital at Blossburg, having had an ; operation for appendicitis. The Farmers' Institute held here Mon day in the Church was well attended. W. 11. Smith was chainman, George Wylie, secretary. Or. Watts of Clear field and Mr. Campbell of Clarion lectur ed on Poultry liaising and Dairy Work, which was very good and listened to with interest by all present. Thomas Eddy and wife were Empori um visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Blanch Leonard and daughter, of Kenovo, were truests of her parents, Joseph Kissel and wife the past week. Mrs. Potter and daughter of Cameron, attended Farmers' Institute. John, Geo. and Antonio Piaquadio lett for Italy to be absent one year. Floy Whiting is visiting her brother, ! Robert Whiting and family at Scenery Hill, Pa. Mrs. John May and sister Kathryn Auble were Emporium visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Sherwood and daughter, after spending a lew weeks with her parents, J. H. Darren and wife, returned to her home at Genesee, Pa., Saturday. SINNAMAHONING. W. H. Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium. The funeral services of Charlie Losey ! were held last Saturday at his parents' ] home. Rev. Dickson, pastor had charge j of the services. Interment was made in i Wyside Cemetery. A largy number of out of town relatives were in attendance, j Among whom we noticed : Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Lupro and \ Mr. and Mrs. Quagle of St. Marys, Mr. j and Mrs. Mathers and family, of Al- j too 11 a, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Losoy, ol' Dents Run, Mr. and Mrs. John Ber- | field and family, of Hicks Run, Edwin Losey, of Laquin and Mrs. Chas. Lu- ■ pro and Mrs. Graw of Renovo. S. B. Weikel is moving his house hold goods to MifQinburg, Pa., where j he will make his future home. Rev. C. W.» Dickson will preach a J special Sermon to the P. O. S. of A. \ Lodge, Sunday morning, Mar. 7, at 11 j o'clock. All members are requested to meet at the Hall at 10 o'ciock and ad- j journ to the church in a body. Miss Myrtle Shafer spent Sunday at j her home in Emporium. Rev. Dickson's father, from Berwick, [ is visiting at the parsonage. He is 87 i years of age. Mr. John Alderfer was a caller in j town Tuesday of this week. The Ladies Aid Society added an other dollar to their treasury by sew- i ing carpet rags at the home of Mrs. V. | A. Brooks, Tuesday afternoon. Misc Dessie Dent is visiting at the i home of her grand-parents, Mr. and j Mrs. R. B. Crum. Mrs. Geo. Darrin and family have j returned from a visit to Austin. Miss Ermie Bennett has been quite sick with the grip for several days but at this writing is improving. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Smith, ! a son, Feb. 24. Joe Summerson spent Sunday with i his family. X. X. x. Buffalo's Biggest Indoor Production ! I BUFFALO LAUNCH CLUB'S J m'•««.»»" SI r (1(10 I (I.UUU SPORTSMEN'S SHOW lu UUU -A Spectacular Show for Everybody"—A Real Roie Arbor Ceiling—Forest Effect of Big Trees Aisles of Growing Flow erj Ornithological and Mounted Animal Display —BO Staff Tree* —2.000 Flowering Plants 5.000 Electric Lights lO,OOO Fireproof Roses A Glittering Scene of Beauty ALL BUT HALL MCK WEEK BUFFALO, n. Y. R g " ELMWOOD CARS PASS THE DOOR Oil! " I JIU Ej Easy To Mix This. What will appear very interesting to I many people, hero is the article taken from a New York daily paper, giving a simple prescription, which is said to be a positive remedy for backache or kidney or bladder derangement, if taken beforo the Htage of Bright's dis ease : Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce ; Compound Kargon, oneounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapacilla, three ounces. Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime. A well-known druggist here at home, when asked regarding this pre scription, stated that the ingredients are all harmless, and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescrip tion pharmacy, or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so. He fur ther stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic afllict tions with splendid results, he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and uri nary troubles and backache, as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure, cleansing these most impor tant organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness ann suffering. Those of our readers who suffer can make 110 mistake in giving it a trial. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wopo ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails yokl by L. Taggart,druggist. 32-6 m. Battlefield Nurseries GETTYSBURG, PA. C. A. STONER, Proprietor. Grower of select Nursery Stock, Fruit, Shade, Ornamental Trees, Shrub bery, Small Fruits, etc., Asparagus, Strawberries and Hedges. Also Hand and Power Sprayj Pumps. Plant Locust for timber. Catalogue free. Be your own agent. Write to-day. No Rest Day or Night "I would lay awake for hours without any apparent cause, or dream terrible dreams which would bring 011 extreme spells of nervousness. After taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and Tonic for awhile I could sleep well, and the nervous spells have left me." MISS ALMA HUG, R. R, No. 4, Canal Dover, Ohio. Without sleep the nervous system soon becomes a wreck, and the healthful activity of all the organs obstructed. Restful, body-building sleep accompanies the use of Dr. Miles' Nervine because it soothes the irritable nerves, and restores nervous energy. When taken a few clays according to directions, the most restless sufferer will find sleep natural and healthful. Get a bottle from your druggist. Take it all according to directions, and if it does not benefit he will re turn your money. Sour Stomach No appetite, loss of strength, nervoii> ness. headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour risings, tnd catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion. Kodol relieves Indigestion. Thl» new discov ery represent* the natural Juices of diges tion as they exist In a healthy stomach, combined with tb". greatest known tonio and reconstructiva properties. Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy helps all atomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthen) nf the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. S S. Ball, o1 Ravenswood, W. V*., eayer— " I was troubled with tour stomach (or twenty years. Kodol cured me and we ere now using It In milk (or baby." Kodol Digests What You Eat. Bottles only. Relieves Indigestion, (our stomach, belchlnf of gas, etc. Prepared by G. O. DeWITT * CO., OHIOAQO. Sold by R. C. Dodson. jj 1 if White Sale H 8 We have just received our new White ; Ijjf G-oods for Spring and place If? Hp on them on sale g Friday, Jan. 29th 9 * I English Long Cloths, 15c and 18c per yard 'J® H|| Nainsooks, iSc, 22c and 24c per yard. |§| ® Persian Lawns 18C,20C, 25c, 30c tor the 30 in. goods. It Persian Lawns , 35c and 40c for the 48 inch goods. ill. French Lawns, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c for 48 in. goods. lif ™ French Nainsooks, 75c per yd 60 in. wide. This is a It beautiful new material this spring. Be sure to ask to see it. Pffl ! !The NEW FLAXONS, which take the place of the W< finest linens is much cheaper and gives as good satisfac- |||| tion. These goods come in the plain at 22c, 25c, 35c and in Jl the barred at 25c and 35c per yard. f|f if All the new Barred Goods that are so popular for un- fk ji; ■ derwear this year. EA fine line of Embroideries. lp LUDLAMS | Street. EMPORIUM, PA^ The People s Clothing House I Jasper Harris,! I Opposite Post Office, EMPORIUM, PA. 1 1 he Home of Hart, Shaff ner & Marx Clothes jl Anvwhere Yon Co you ' n not fintl a more selec t variety I /IliyWiiClC IUU UIP than hereof Men's Clothing, Shoes, M Hats and Furnishings, the carefully chosen kinds which we selected aS when market conditions were mov advantageous, whether you want 9 the expensive sorts or medium pi iced goods. You get alt the best M for your money here. Correct Clothes for Men 1 SHAFPNER & MARX at a popular prices. We are showing their H| I newest winter models, representing the handiwork of the most caps- -i® ble designers in the country. • We include Suite, Overcoats and Rain- H coats in all the popular shades and patterns. i Mens Dress Shirts soi e Agents for Silver and Gold, Brants, Mari- ! John B. Stetson Hats S cut, Cluett brand. All the shirts c 8® are made with pure linen-bosoms. $3.50 and $4.00 §§j Neckbands perfect in fit, hand ~ . , IB laundered, open front or b,ck or 1 in coat models with cuffs attach- . -!l I? . B ' ar ! d Haf8 ' 8 ed. All sleeve lenghts at SI.OO 112" C * C ° 5 ° 8,1 f ' ,e pOfJU " M to $2 00 r B " ades an(l styles. Prices are One-Fourth ™ "" ™ §1 Less than Regular Shoes TriltlL-Q Quit facoc Style is elsatic. Different men ■ iiiuma, UUII vdsco require different styles to suit yg §2.60 Trunk for SI.BB their individual tastes. CRAW- jjfi 3.00 Trunk for 225 FORD SHOES and made in all I| 400 Trunk for 3.00 the newest styles, from which we Sj 5.00 Trunk for 375 can satisfy your personal desires 800 Trunk for 470 SHOE FIT is assured to you I 7.00 Trunk for 5.25 when you buy a CRAWFORD, 1.50 Suit Case for 113 because we have ho many lasts 2.50 Suit Case for 1.82 that we know we can fit any foot l|| 3.00 Suit Case for 2.25 comfortably. ® 350 Suit Case for 2.65 ; i 5.00 Suit Case for 3.75 jj You can get here *§: taylor ! Brotherhood and a • Sweet Orr 9 i Overalls and Pants I thn progressn o rtvle. ry Us. | I '' c y' *' comfortably— outwear I Pressing and Repairing Done Here.