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| County 1 112 Netfs 1 NORTH CREEK. H. W. Mitchell, dentist, Emporium. We heard souie one inquiring why there were no items from North Creek, so here goes a trial. Fred Solveson is quite busy moving his house nearer the road. Good move Fred. Mary IS. Moon spent a few days on West Creek last week with her daughter, Mrs. E. Cool. Earl Hrundage made u quick trip to Emporium on Friday. Tressa (Ted) liritton is working at John Smith's at present. Wm. F. Lewis has moved his house hold goods somewhere in the depths of Porcupine Hollow. We suppose into the house formerly occupied by F. F. Hritton. .North Creek's "hired man" has chang ed hands this spring. The old one has resigned for a job in the woods and left his work in new hands. Where are the wedding bulls that were to ring for North Creek? We heard say they were rang, but we didn't hear them. Those other wedding bells that rang so joyously in Emporium last week were quite a surprise to some of us.. All happiness. Walter Smith is the possessor ot a new plow. Now we expect to see some fine work done. Mrs. Ernest Mousler and two sons, were Emporium visitors last week. Fishing season has arrived and the fishermen and "accompanying menager ies, have been quite busy looking for speckled beauties. Look out you aren't caught. We saw some fine fishing done at our bridge last Saturday noon. Mrs. L. A. Chandler who has been very ill for two months we are sorry to say is no better. We hope to see some improvement soon. Mrs. Mildred Sprung, of Emporium, and Mrs. Lilah Fondas, of Hicks Ilun, were visitors at Ernest Ilousler's Satur day and Sunday. Henry Carter is busy moving into the house on Waldy Run, formerly occupied by Wm. F. Lewis. We hope some time in the future to see North Creek's people settled down. They are all ou the move at present. (Jrace Peasley, of Four Mile, was seen walking on our streets last Saturday. Mrs. Llewella Solvoson is ill at this writing. Hope by next writing she will be better. A.M. Dow was calling on friends here Sunday. \\ arren Moore, of Rich Valley, was on North Creek selling lish (shad) Fri day. Watch for him and buy. Mrs. Frank Sweesey and daughter Gertrude were visitor's at Henry Carter's Sunday. Norman Solveson spent Saturday and Sunday in Rich Valley at Warren Moore's. One of our young gents must have gotten up Monday morning quite a bit backward foj he seemed to be in a pretty bad temper all day. From what we saw of him he seemed to be using some rather warm languifgc. Hope he feels better now, very sorry for him if he don't. Mrs. Wm. F. Lewis has been visiting on West Creek the past few days, before going to her new home. Henry Carter visited the city this week. LIZAII ATSUOUA. RICH VALLEY. W. H. Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium. Wm. Brown moved to Ilicks Run Saturday. W. J. Carter had business to Potato Creek this week. Mrs. S. D. Housler has returned from a visit to Port Allegany. Walter Granger has take up his abode on Clear Creek. The first auto of this season made its debut Sunday. \ ernon Mattison and lady were on our streets Sunday. Rumor says two weddings took place here However we are unable to affirm or deny it. Mrs. J. J. Lewis called on Ilioks Run friends Tuesday. The trout streams have been lined with fisherman since the season opened. No large catches have been made except one by George Hurteau. Some of the larger ones had to be slabed up in the Rich Valley Lumber Co's mill so Geo. could tote them home. c. M.s. Painting and Paper Hanging. I do reliable and durable painting, interior and exterior natural wood finishing, graining, paper hanging, artiHtic and plain decorating. Twenty six years practical experience enables me to give you the HEST at the LOWEST «OST. I can supply you with the best paint on the market and pure white lead. Would be pleaßed to show you the latest things in wall paper. All labor and material guaranteed just as repre sented. 8-tf. F. H. PEARSALL. HUNTLEY. W. H. Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium Foreman W. W. Johnson spent Sun day with his daughter in Renovo. Fireman Dan Kilburn, of Renovo, is spending a few days with his father in town. Captain Barr passed the Ilumley breakwater several times last week with his fleets of logs, enroute for the Sinna mahoning Rox Factory. The Captain has finished his navigation for this sea son and is going to tacklethe early potato industry as the "spuds" are up to §1.35 a bushel now and farming looks good. Wayne Nelson called on friends on ■ Mason Hill Wednesday. Wayne is the Prudential' 3 hustling representative in this section and is doinu fine work. John Drivus, Wayne Nelson aud Lawrence Smith made a business trip to Sinnamahoning Thursday. Selburn Logue is suffering from a severe attack of chicken pox. Isaac Gaines and wife, of Karthaus, were the guests of A. T. Smith last week. Walter Logue, Lawrence and Harry Smith called on friends ou Mason Hill Sunday. William Kailborne while attending Sunday school was taken very sick and was hardly able to get home. At this writing he is feeling better. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and daughter Ruth were Westport callers Sunday. William Wylie lost a valuable horse Saturday after a short illness. James Batchelder and Mike Sullivan, of the Sinnamahoning ball team, called on friends in town Saturday to arrange for a game on Decoration 'Day. The home team provided a chicken dinner for the guests but on account of the high price of potatoes pancakes were substi tuted. A fine time was eDjoyed by all. J. F. S. CAMERON. W.H. Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium, Pa. E. F. Comley is reported very ill at this writing. E. M. McFadden was an Emporium business caller Tuesday. A. E. Lord has his oats sowed and quite a few potatoes planted. Ally is in the lead this year. F. B. Iloag and G. L. Page are busy having their coal hauled, which they re cently purchased from the P. R. R. Co. J. M. Olsen, of Madera, is spending a few days in this place with his daughter Mrs. E. D. Krape. E. D. Krape and family spent Sunday with Wm. Hathaway on his fine farm just east of this place. F]d. said he en joyed the trip immensely, as he has the finest stock in the county, and the best of grub too and that is what he is alway H after. The Brick Works has resumed opera tions and everything looks ship shape for a prosperous summer. Grant Woods, of Wampian, tried his luck catching the beauties the past week, but did not heir what luck. LOUISE. ANOTHER LETTER. The weather that we are at present having is not very encouraging to the farmers. As nearly everybody have their gardens all ready to plant. George Lininger is in town calliug on his friends before leaving here. Frank Russel was seen on our streets one day last week Robert Boyd came home on Monday and left again Tuesday morning for Georgetown. The supervisors and path master have beeu busy working on the township road east of Cameron. E. F. Comley who is road master understandss his work and is making a great improvement on the road. Indeed it has needed it for a long time past. The roads have not been properly handled for the last few years. We are glad that the right parties are in the right place. lid. Comley is reported sick at this writing. Hope he will be around among us in a few days. Mrs. G. B. Shearer and son Harry and little daughter, of Emporium, visited E. F. Camley and family Sunday. Mrs. Diuniny and daughter Stella left for their home in W. V., the first of the week. Lizzie Valliss visited her sister one day last week. We notice a number of fishermen in town. They know where to come to en joy good fishing. G. L. Page made a business trip to Renovo this week. E. F. Comley will match his little chickens with E. D. Krape's as E. F., has GO nice little fellows. If you want some nice tomato plants call on Comley. We are glad to known that the tax payers of this place are getting their right at last. Keep it up. John Devling has a new team of horses; has them on trial, so John said. Johnie Greenalch, of Snow Shoe, visit ed friends last week. Mrs. Wm. u ->enalch is taking care of her mother Mrs. Ivurk at Canoe Run. We are sorry to say Mrs. Kurk is not improving as wc would like to see her do. Warren McConnell is very busy trim ming fruit trees for E. D. McFadden this week. We are sorry to say that some of our young men here seem to make a practice of whistling and singing when passing houses. Now these young men take CAMERON COUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL 32, 1909. warning and stop this before they find themselves BO deep in trouble that it will take some time to get out. People have have stood it long enough. Itosa Lord and Sadie Comley enjoyed a buggy ride Sunday afternoon. William and Chas. Green, of ltenovo, are in town on a fishing trip. Mrs. Comley and daughter visited Mrs. William Nunn at Canoe Run this week. DEW DROP. MEDIX RUN. W. H. Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium. A. J. Chambers, of Driftwood, was a visitor at this place between trains on Sunday. Mrs. Jake Frantz, of Driftwood, was visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Frank Khoer was shopping at Dußois Saturday. Harry Chambers from this place visit ed his old friends at Penfield Sunday. Ruth Frantz who has been visiting her aunt at Driftwood has returned home. Mrs. Isaac Frantz and daughter were Dußois visitors Tuesday. C. R. Flegel was a Weedville visitor Saturday afternoon and bought a new cow. Born to Walter Allen and wife, Sun day last, a girl. Ben Frances, of Hicks Run, visited his family over Sunday at this place. Mrs. Jack Gailing, of Bennezette, is visiting Mrs. Johnson at this place. Chas. Arndt made a Hying trip to Galeton Saturday. Mrs. M. I. Pauley, of Driftwood, spent a few days visiting her sister at this place. Maggie McLuughcn is visiting friends at Penfield. Bernard Moore was a visitor in Du- Bois this week. Earnest Miller our barber is at Sutn uierville on business. The party for Mr. Bockus held at his home Saturday night was enjoyed by all. He received many presents. After re fershments were served the folks re turned home. John Krause, David Chase, Ed. Moore and Horace Smith all attended Odd Fellows Lodge at Bennezette, Satur day night. Mrs. Samuel Smith, of our vicinity, visited her daughter Mrs. Hoffman at Penfield Thursday last. Oscar CouTburn is visiting friends in Dußois. x.x. x. r\ Mo 1 [ll . Ift 11 /|M i r X> r iiT TTTPI IT ; #;wiW BEAUTIFUL I|f' ! n Shirt Waists and Corsets '■ "M\\ui In. 1 " ' ' fin wr,*- We have arranged for a Special Display and Sale of exquisite I'll/iu/jm ! Miri ! 1 new and stylish Shirt Waists. We will offer exceptional values fHKII mmml IJ ' ' I during this sale which begins FRIDAY. 7 \ 87.50 All Over Lace Waists, sale price $5.98 J/Jaßr / , /./ 86.50 Light blue and cream Mesaline Silk Waists 4.50 1 HI lllfimm §5.00 Embroidered Silk Waists, white or black 3.98 111 / lIIIBp Uuusual values in fine white Lawn and Lingerie Waists at 81.00, $1.25, 81.09,82.00, 82.50, [J~A\I 112 (w Very fine embroidered front Lawn Waists 3-4 length sleeves AQo ) were $1.50 and $2 00 each. Sale price 'lflS\A£RjTm! PrtWcnfcf Pni-cofc! Pnwcofcf Wa have just added to our assortment of Corsets corsets: lorseisi lorsetsi three Btyles of the well known w B Corsets fi xjjii 1111 The "NUFORM" is an extra long corset, durable and well made, scientifically and anatomi oally correct. They softly embrace, the figure, gently forming smooth curving lines, ©1 OA • without imparting that feeling of binding so prevalent in ordinary corsets yl*Ov The ERECT FORM, we think is the. best Corset for the price in the market. They mould the figure to conform to the latest of Dame Fashion's demands, and without discomfort, because they embody all the essential features that enable them to produce the latest costume effects. They gently grade off the curves, moulding the figure without pressure into smooth, sweeping lines. fl*-! AA A corset of unusual qualities, figure producing, comfort-giving and health conducive. Price, v Then for a cheap Corset we have an excellent corset for 50c. Rltf Rartfainc in laarlip« Snrintf We bought too many. That is the reason we are selling Dig Ddrgains ill oprillg them ilt these prices Materials are black broadcloth, serge, chiffon, Panama and plain and fancy tain covert cloth. All 85.00 and 85.98 Coats reduced to $2.98 All 80.00 and 80.50 Coats reduced to $3.98 All 87.50 and SB.OO Coats reduced to 4.98 All 10.00 Coats reduced to . . 5.98 All 812.00 and 12.50 Coats reduced to 6.98 All 18.50 Coats reduced to . . 7-98 We make Buttons out of your ■"m ~W"jf" "W" V 1 TT" Postal Cards of all prominent own material. Price 10c, 12c I I I ' I buildings, private residences and 15c dozen. Mail orders " * - -■*- and views of Emporium: ori receive prompt attention. Emporium's Greatest StOFC giual Photographs 3c each. 11 SINNAMAHONING. W. 11. Mitchell, Dentist, Emporium. Born to Rosa Crum and wife, a son. Mrs. A. R. Council has returned from a visit to Laquiu. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Gray visited Pittsburg recently. Mrs. T. S. Fulton and children are visiting Mrs. Fulton's parents at Sterl ing Run. Quite a number of fishermen in town. Among whom are John Berfield and son, Rex and Herman Berfield, of Ilieks Run, and Wm. Shafer and son Harold of Ridgway. Hon. C. F. Barclay spent a few days here. He has now returned to Wash ington, D. C. Mrs. Jack Meade is visiting relatives in town. Mrs. Amos Bennett has returned from a visit to her daughter at Galeton. Amos Swartwood who is working in Westport, spent last Saturday and Sun day in town with his wife. Mrs. W. H. Lupoid visited friends and relatives in Dußois last week. Grace Saird is visiting her former homo near Jolinsonburg. Lawrence Smith visited his brother at the Lock Haven hospital last Sun day. Ralph Williams visited in town last week. His many friends are glad he has recovered from his recent illness. Alpbonzo Bailey spent a few days hero recently. Jefferson Askey was a visitor here last week. X. X. X. SINNAMAHONING. Geo. P. Shafer of the Sinnamahon ing House, says he will not lift his license this term unless business picks up. E. A. Pyle, manager of the Paint Mill, is in the South looking up orders for a big lot of paint. Dr. E. A. Gray, chemist for the Pow der Co., was in the mining country this week testing some new blasting powder. Game Warden E. C. Berrier was up and took home with him the three cub bears captured by Carwine in Bailey Run a few days ago. They will Ibe placed in the zoo at Philadelphia. V. K. Corbet and others took 20,000 trout fry to Cooks Run Tuesday. J. R. Batchelder caught a few nice ones last Saturday. Eleven, from eight inches to 14. A new base ball nine was organized last week at Wyside, the line-up is as follows: Pitcher, Wm. H. Davis, of H. B. C.: catcher, M. Blodget; lb., Jim Batchelder: 2b., Josiah Berfield; 3b., C. W. Peasley; rf, R. D. Walker; cf., E. M. C. Peasley; If., Geo. Huff; ss., Geo. Batchelder; umpire, J. H. Drum, The above nine will challenge the win ner of the Sinnamahoning and Huntley Stars when they play. Pap Blodget is like a young colt since he got over his rheumatism. Willie Smith captured a rainbow trout Monday that looked to be 20 inches long, but it got away. A. P. Star, President of the Star Box and Novelty Co., left for his home at Williamsport last week. The Box Mill has shut down for re pairs for a few days. Wm. 11. Davis purchased a fine dog this week. He is a hunter and setter. Will Davis the pitcher for the "Has beens" has got onto a few curves that are hard to beat. A. J. Barclay commenced planting potatoes Tuesday. Jas. Mead, of Cross Fork, is visiting friends here this week. William HtifTand wife, of Keating, are visiting friends here this week. Geo. Batchelder, wife and family are visiting friends at Huntley this week. Geo. Decker has moved to Mina, Potter county. Wm. Wheatoii is handling the rib bons on the store team now. DENSE Girl Wanted. A good girl wanted at City Hotel. Apply at once. May Carnival. A May Carnival will be held at the Emporium opera house on Wednesday evening. May 12, 190!), for the benefit of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Trotter. Mrs. H. H. Mullin, who has charge of the entertainment, will be assisted by Messrs. H. A Hayes and W. S. Sterner, A May Queen, selected by vote, will be crowned. A coupon in the PRESS entitles one vote for the most popular young lady in Emporium, over 16 years of age. Young ladies desiring to enter the contest will please Date 1909 ONE VOTE FOR Miss FOR May Queen At Opera House, Wednesday Evening, May 12th, 1909. Do You Want a New Piano. We will Bell you a beautiful new piano, $lO down, and you can pay as little as $7.00 per month; no extras, no interest. We will make a liberal al lowance on your old organ or piano. Drop us a postal and our representa tive F. E. Ilaswell will call and explain our liberal payment plan. Pianos from SIOO.OO to $1,200.00. D. S. ANDRUS & Co., Williamsport, Pa. Established 1860. Mention this paper when writing. 6-5t Object to Strong Aledieines. Many people object to taking the strong medicines usually prescribed by physic ians for rheumatism. There is no need of internal treatment in any case of mus cular or chronic rheumatism, and inoro than nine out of ev< ry ten cases of the disease are of one or the other of there varieties. When there is no fever and little (if any) swelling, you may know that it is only necessary to apply Cham ! berlain's Liniment ireely to get quick re lief. You are certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords. Price, 25 cents, large size, 50 cents. For sale i by L Taggart. For Sale. i One light one horse wagon. Enquire ' at Cottage Hotel. 8-tf, | send their names to Mrs. Mullin at j once. The one receiving the most votes will be given as a premium, $.5.00 | in trade at any one store in Emporium. | The contest will close May Bth. Mail : your votes to Mrs. H. H. Mullin each ; week Another feature of the enter ; tainment will be a May pole dance, i This dance will be given by four coup | les, under the direction of Mr. Hayes. Dancing will be indulged in until one | o'clock, p. m. Good music will be in ! attendance. Price of admission will be ; ladies 25c and gentlemen 50c. This is ' a worthy cause. Don't fail to attend.