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MILLING COMPANY. i'i;rcE~LiST. Emporium, Pa., Aug;. 20, 1909. N EMOPHI LA, per sack «' 70 Spot Cash, " 1 55 Felt's Fancy, " > so Pet Orove, " 1 90 Roller Meal " 55 Rye " S5 Graham, " *"> Coarse Meal per 100, 1 65 Chop Feed " 1 So Cracked Corn per 100 1 65 Middling* 1 6.5 White Middlings 1 70 Bran 1 50 Chicken Wheat " 2 15 Screenings " 1 65 Oil Meal " 1 90 Corn per bushel 92 While Oats, per bushel 65 Oyster Shells, per 100 75 Choke Clover Seed, ) ChoiceTimothySeed, > AtMarketPricts Choice Millet Seed, 1 Disinfect ~jtn < ilipt Some disinfectants and germicides might be classed as drugs but, you do not want to be drugged just now with a bug killer. However, now is the time to think of getting after the rose bugs and currant worms. We have a full line of the "reme dies" for that class of pests. Also a non-poisonous bed bug exterminator in small cans. R. C. Dodson LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL (iOSSIP. Contributions invited. That which you mould ike to nee in this department,let u* know by poi al card, letter or personally. W. E. Devling, of Lumber, was in town on Monday. J. S. Vail, wife and daughter, of Avis, are visiting in town guests of relatives. Michael McCarthy made the PRESS sanctum a social and business call on Monday. W. G. Gilbert and wife, spent Sun day at St. Marys, guests of H. N. Knight and wife. William Robinson, of Renovo, was guest at the home of E. E. Randolph and family last Friday. Max F. Baleom and Claude E. Rentz called on friends at St. Marys, between trains last Saturday evening. T. B. Lloyd, who attended a conven tion at Chicago, during the past week, returned to his home last Sunday. Fred J. Keim and Edgar Chambers Were guests at the home of the former's parents, at St. Marys, last Sunday. The Misses Sadie Edwards and Dorothy Nelson visited at Renovo last Saturday, returning home on Sunday. Mrs. Thos. H. Norris, of East Em porium, who has been ill for a long time was taken to a hospital at Buffalo last Sunday. Thos. Moore came down from St, Msrys last Thursday to witness the game of ball between St. Marys and Emporium. Theo. Haberstock has purchased the Piper property opposite St. Marks Catholic Church. The deal being clos ed on Sept. 16tb. Mr. and Mrs. John Klein, of Wil liamsport, were guests at the home of F. P. Rentz and family on Fourth street last Sunday. Tim. Ganey and family, of Wilcox, have been visiting at the home of his mother and sisters in town for several days the past week. C. G. Minick, of the Elk Tanning Company, left yesterday for Mellen, Wisconsin, on a business trip for the United States Leather Company.— Ridgway Democrat. Thomas Mullen, of Sheffield, was a business caller in town the last of the week and called at the PRESS office, re newing his subscription for another year. Charles Papazoni, formerly chemist for the Keystone Powder Manufactur ing Co., but now of Ishpeming, Mich., spent part of his vacation in town, call ing on friends and renewing acquaint ances. Clifford Johnston, who has been working in the office of the Novelty Incandescent Lamp Co., has resigned his position and accepted a more lucra tive one in the ofHce of the B. & S. R. R., at Galeton. Mrs. M. A. Rockwell attended the wedding of her grand-daughter, Miss Marcia Howard and Mr. W. S. Roth fuss, at Williamsport, last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Rockwell returned home on Thursday. Lyman Wylie made Ridgway a visit lon Monday. Josiah Fisher visited at Ridgway last ! Sunday for a short time. Howard Dodge is attending the fair at Smethport this week. J. RI. Davison spent Sunday at j Jersey Shore visiting friends. J. K. Jordan transacted business at Falls Creek, the flrst of the week. F. H. Pearsall and family have mov ed into their new home on Broad street. Arthur Dry berg is spending the j week with relatives at Wilcox and vicinity. Miss Verena Hertig spent Sunday at I Ridgway, the guest of her sister, Mrs. ! S. G. McGiffin. Miss Frceda Kaiser, of Olean, is guest at the home of Joshua Bair and family on Fifth street. A. R. Lion, of St. Marys, was a social caller at this place last week and at tended the fair. Michael Evers of Beech wood, was in town on Tuesday and made the PRESS a business call. Miss Regina Blinzler, of West Creek, spent Sunday at St. Marys the guest of friends and relatives. Mrs. Paul S. Smith and son Paul Jr., | of St. Marys, were guests of relatives in town, the last of the week. Mrs. J. Slaigle, of Sheffield, a former resident of this place, transacted busi ness here the last of the week. Miss Murphy, who was guest of her sister, Mrs. Kathryn Bush, returned to her home at Dußois, last Saturday. Miss Kate Metzger departed for Oberlin, Ohio, last Tuesday, where she lias entered the conservatory of music. W. J. Anderson has finished the sea son with the Wichita, Kansas, base ball team, and has returned to Emporium. E. D. Gardner, of Renovo, division operator, on the P. R. R., was a busi ness caller at Emporium, last Satur day. Miss Marion Judd returned home on Saturday after spending the sum met at Chicago and other western cities. Miss Encie Howard returned home last Friday from Williamsport, where she attended the Howard— Rothfuss wedding. Mrs. John Farrell was called to Kane one day last week, on account of the serious illness ot her son-in-law, George Ray. Donald Erskine, of Hammondsport, N. Y., was guest at the home of his brother, B. J. Erskine and family, the last of the week. Miss Grace Rentz returned to her home at Muncy, Pa., last Friday, after spending a week, the guest of F. P. Rentz and family. Mrs. C. O. Meixel and children, of Sinnamahoning, were business callers at Emporium, last Thursday, and call ed at the PRESS office. P. R. Beattie, Jr., who was called here by the death of his father, return ed to his home at Beechwood, N. 8., on Wednesday morning. Miss Muriel Swartz, who has been at Niagara Falle for several months, re turned home last week, and is confined to her home with typhoid fever. Miss Christina Fledderman, of St. Marys, returned to her home on Tues day after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Edward Blinzler. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Keira, Sr., of St. Marys, were guests of their son, Fred Jr., last Wednesday. Fred celebrated his (?) birthday on that day. A. W. Whiting and bride arrived in Emporium last Thursday evening. Mr. Whiting is employed as a packer at the Keystone Powder Works. Miss Jettie Wiley is spending the week at Buffalo. Miss Wiley accom panied Mrs. T. H. Norria to the hos pital and will spend some time with her. The Grand Union Tea Co., has secured as their representative agent, Herkie Jones to succeed O. E. Nellis. Mr. Jones understands the business and desires to please the people. Miss Vera Geary returned home from Cleveland last Saturday evening, and has accepted the position as maker, In the millinery store of Mrs. E. S. Coppersmith. Misa Mildred Green returned from Cleveland last Monday. Miss Green has acccepted a position with the Misses Ludlam for the fall and winter millinery season. E. H. Gregory and family returned on Thursday from a two weeks visit, five days of which was spent at Atlan tic City, and the balance of the time was taken up among relatives in New York State. Daniel Downey and wife returned home on Saturday from an eight weeks visit with relatives and friends at Wil liamsport, Harrieburg, Strasburg and other eastern points. They had a de lightful trip but were glad to get back home. Mrs. M. Garvin and daughter Flor ence and eon Earl of Kustis, Neb., are visiting with Mrs. Garvin's mother, Mrs. G. Morse and sister, Mrs. J. R. Fetter, of this place. It has been 25 years since mother and daughter have met. Mrs. Fetter visited her sister 23 years ago when she lived at Farnam, Neb. Mr. F. X. Blnmle and Master Kahrl, leave for New York Friday to take in the Hudson-Fulton Expedition; also to meet the Misses Blumle who will ar rive at New York Saturday on the "Americaka'' from Hamburg, Ger many. Mrs. Elmer Klock is guest of Mrs. Oliver Darling, of Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Lion returned to their home at St. Marys last Satur day, after attending the county fair. H. G. Germond, ofPittston, lms befi visiting friends in town the past week CAMERON COUNTY PEjRSDAY SEPTEMBER 23, i9°9 J. B. Meisel went to PI j last Thursday evening to ha Son I treated. ,veak Mrs. Adams who lias bt won ously ill for several days is tiake 5 | covering. Q Mrs. B. Coyle left on 8l visit with relatives in Cent , for a short time. vitii Mrs. J. A. Graves, of Mf visiting Mr and Mrs. Elmep East Emporium. ,'hcy Mise Nelle Oles, of Olean, wio n< the Misses Thomas last week home on Sunday. Mrs. Anna Aimes is visiting J?j at Smethport, and attending , j; Kean County Faij. ' , Hon. C. F. Barclay, of Sinni ing, was in town on Tuesday, ,IS just returned from the Paeifloft - 11 Mrs. Robert Wiley, of Be#C s was guest at the home orta* Barker. Sr., and family last Siit m Misses Lara and Margaret if) i Brookville, Pa,, were guestf home of Mrs. C. M. Thomas and last Sunday. Mr. James T. Cavanaugh of ' delphia and Mr. Claud Ma*' Mansfield, Ohio, visited Irion town over Sunday. ( J. H. Day has something of }tii to say to all readers of the PKI:3* , week. Look his advertisement see if there is not something ym' in his line. The best goods at tl' 1 est possible prices is his motto. | v WANTED—At once, a dinning girl at City Hotel. Emmanuel Church Servict Sept. *26, Sixteenth Sunday after ity. 8:00 a. m., Holy Communion. 10:30 a. m., Morning Prayer sermon. 7:30 p. ru., Evening Prayer and mon. Service every Friday evening al o'clock. J. M. ROBERTSON, Rect A Success. The social held at the home of Fra Villella, ofShippen last Saturday nig for the benefit of Angelo Agliaf who was accidently shot three ago was a great success. "■ ■ Mr. James Robertson, master-in. anic of the Pittsburg Steel Comnl; of Monessen, Pa , was the gue*tf.«! week of his nephew, the Rector oft* manuel Church. I Up a Tree. \ Moses Johnson says he has heard people running an automobile rr anywhere, but he thinks to G Metzger belongs the single distinct of having one up a tree. A Temperance Rally. The W. C. T. U., of Rich Valley \i hold an entertainment at tht W. Church in Rich Valley, consisting ' songs, recitations and select reading Saturday evening, Sept. 2.5 th. Ever one is cordially invited to attend. WM. N. OSGOOD, Pastor of W. M. Church. L. O. T. M. Notice. All members of Gladiola Hive in i rears are requested to settle by Oct. lift | either at the home of the record Keet- : er or at Hive Review, which is hell j every Tuesday evening. HELENA M. BUTLER, R. K. Take care of your stomach. Let Kodol digest all the food you eat, lor Kodol does. Every tabkspoonful of Kodol digests 2\ pounds of food. Try it to-day. It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back. Sold by all druggists. l)o not be deceived by unscrupulous imitators who would have you believe that the imitation pills are as good as P< - Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. There isn't anything just as good as these wonderful pills for the relief of Back ache, Weak Back, inflammation of the bladder, urinary disorders and all kidney complaints. Any one oan take De- Witt's Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in perfect confidence of good re sults. Sold by all druggists. Cedar Shingles $4.50 per thousand at C. B. Howard & Co's. Notice to Contractors. SEALED proposals will be received by (lie Commissioners of Cameron countv. Pa. at their office in Emporium, Pa., until twtve o'clock noon, October 13th. 1909, for repairing lie highway bridge over Driftwood Branch of lie Sinnamahoning ICreek, at a point where ne highway leading from Emporium to Rich V»ley crosses said stream in the township of Ship) >n in Cameron County, Pa., about three miles 112 mi Emporium—Bridge known an "Hwesey Bride." Repairs to consist of furnishing and piling steel stringers, and re-laying the plank floe on said bridge, according to plans and specificaions which may be seen and examined at the Com missioners office between the hours of ten t. M. and three P. M.after Sept. 27, 1909. A certified check on some reliable bankiß in stitution in Pennsylvania for S2OO, payable t the County Commissioners must be deposited vtth the County Commissioner's Clerk not later han eleven o'clock A. M., October 13th, by each btder as a guarantee that such bidder will projptly enter into contract, and furnish approved Kind for performing the above described work, i the same be awarded him. Tbe Commissioners reserve the right to eject any and all bids. J. W. LEWIS. 8. P. KREIDE , GEO. MINARI Attest:— County Commissiwrs. | W. L. THOMAS, Clerk. Commissioner's Office, ( Emporium, Pa., Sept. 22, 1909. $ /"lOURT PROCLAMATION.—WHKREAB-Th' \J Hon. HARRY A. HALL, President Judf am the HONS. OHO. J. LABAK, and JOHN A. WIOFF Associate Judges of Courts of Oyer and T*.nine and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses»>ns o the Peace, Orphans' Court and Court of Ckuinoi Pleas for the county of Cameron havaissuel their precept bearing date the 17th day c Jul\. A. D., 1909, and to me directed for bldinc Court of Oyer and Terminer, General Jiil Di livery. Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Ophans' Court, and Court of Common Pleas n the j Borough of Emporium. Pa., on Mondy, the 11th day of October, 1909, at 10 o'clool, a. m and to continue one week. Notice is hereby given to the Coroners, ustices 1 of the Peace and Constables within tlia -ountv, that they be then and there in their pro.er per sons, at 10 o'clock, a. m., of said day, W)h their I rolls, records, inquisitions, examinations, ami I other rememberances, to do those thing which ! to their offices appertain to be done. Aid those I who are bound by their recognizance to I) osecute I against them as will be just. Dateil at Emporium, Pa.. Sept. 21.t, 1909. and in the 133 rd year of the Independent.; of the United States of America. J. W. NORRIS. Sheriff. What Some People Do. aie people let a trifling thing like nerves run along because they think aid remedy itself. If they would Scxine Pills in time they would save ■ a dollar, and be strong and able to besides. SI a box, 0 boxes ?">, full L:U a ran tee lor all forms of nerve ness. Address or call on It. on. Druggist, Emporium, Pa . where yell all the principal remedies add nt substitute. Mr. Jordan's Honey Talked. xpended 88 35 lor L & M. I'"?* xup bis huuie. If for sale it will i u good price. Tlie painters said it the 3 gallons of oil 'hey mixed with IIIIIDS 1- &M. 'hat did the job 1-3 cost than ever before. The coloring biiiiht, beautiful and lading. It i'i have to he paiuti"! n»nin tor 1- or years. because ihe L & >» I'aint IH tal Zinc Oxide c •nihined with white id and wears and covers like yold. Mild by Harrv 5. Lloyd, Emporium. Colic Quickly Cured l'\,iic is one of the most severe and utul diseases. It i- <l uil ° common, Almost t;vervo'.e has an occasional ack. Fortunately there is a remedy ,t always att'irds .piiek relief and has ver U*e» known to fail in any ease. It is lied Chamberlain's (Jolie, Cholera an., arrh'jea Remedy. Tod Robinson, a merchant of Point Blank, xas. says:"l have had several at i; ks of eolic and in every instance one of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and arrhoca Remedy relieved mo, and L Iver had to take more than two doses i effect a cure." For sale by Geo. C. '■ggart. W h.tvttt t" * He won't with trepidation thake; But our htadaihe (ure will quickly tokt. HEADACHE We have all the advertised Effervescent®, owders and Tablets known as headache lire.. Our own ficadacheremedy is SAFE lr.d elective. Others may be good : A we Vsov ours is. Why not try it? hi' < — Reliable Drug Store GEORGE C. TAGGART, Prop. EDUCTION SALE jo qt'Berry Pails ioc. ; 4ft Folding Clothes Bars 15c. jcreen Doors 90c. Select Brooms 25c. jfc galvanized Wash lubsjs c iL u « 80c « " 9CC Jlantles all kinds andlprices. umbing, Tinning and Heating. IININNY, BURNSIDE^Go Broad St., Emporium, Pa. SPECIAL , Toilet Articles I Ijj! J Richard I ||g Hudnuts J I JSLI Complete I || %> 1! requisites I | RTOILET 1| ■ I L4JJI on ' y at I J Emporium Drug Co.j BLEND DAy'S~ I ■ VINEFAR 9 ■ ORAI)E The Satisfactory Store G „ a ■ SPICES L % (The Day Grocery Store is prepared to meet the de- ■ mand for the things needful at this season ot the year | for pickling and preserving with high giade goods ai ■ nrices ~lf too busy to come to the store phone ■ rtrrrSeoXclerLocaU. We guarantee to I please or refund your purchase price. I Special this Week, Friday and Saturday I WHITE LILLY Every Sack Guaranteed in every Particular I x-4 Barrel Sack., &i.«» 5 | I Sugar —251b Bag best granulated Sugar $1.45 I California Hams (trimmed shoulder) 12 2 c )• ■ Six sc packages Pearline for 25c. pkge Shredded Wheat Biscuit,l2c. 6 large cakes Wriglevs Scouring Soap tor 25c. 15c Imported Macaroni, any style, 12c. « Three cans Peerless Evaporated Milk for 25c. A (Fancy Messina Lemons, the doz. 25c. 25c N. Y., state Bartlette Pears, the can 20c. ■ t-o Venl Loaf the can 12c. I 5 5 tb S our famous KA-U-KA, Coffee, for $l.oo; very | « 1 lil 1 V L LEAVE ORDERS FOR de- % I Fresh Caught Lake risn LIVERY FRIDAY MORNING a Dairymen's Supplies. T _ r c I Masons Improved and Royal Print Jais. ■ jar Rings, Jar Tops, Jelly Glasses, Hower Tots, | (and Jardineres at popular prices. , A FREE DELIVERY to all parts of Town 1 Twice Each Day I You Get Better Values Here. I J. H. DAY, I | Phone 6. Emporium. | REIrOUVED 1 | THAT A NEW HAT LIKE 1 ■ A*" 7 *./ P.ooF CoVER-S A 1 TTUDE II V - ARC ATTRACTS I THE UiiiL VITMTHE NEW! a -SWEL-L HAT. NOW I SIS'NT IT TRUE? I BvytEß, BRoVN I wttwrrtm'N to. en'CAto H I AND ir THE GIRL DOE J NoT THING -SWELL TO WEAR "^f^ T T " A J c^vE I THEN SHE IS NOT COMPLETELY ATTRACTIVE | LITTLE BUTTER BROWN THINKS A GREAT I DEAL or HI SSWEETHEART, MARY JANE | • BECAUSE MARY JANE ■ ■ WELL. BIG BUSTER BROWN IS JUST THE | ■ SAME AS THE LITTLE ONE, HE L KES THE ■ ■ GIRL WHO IS WELL DRESSED. A WOMAN | ■ CAN KEEP A BETTER HOLD ON HER HUS- • 2 BAND'S AfTECTIoN TOO IF SHE ALWAYS I ■ LOOKS NEAT. IN READY MADE SUITS--IE I I ONE WISEES TO SAVE THE TROUBLE Of GO- ■ I ING TO THE DRESSMAKER-WE HAVE THE | 1 LATEST DESIGNS. WE CAN GIVE YOU A | 5 REAL TASTY TALL SUIT FOR HO. WE | ■ MADE LARGE PURCHASES AND OUR PRICE? I ■ ARE LOW. OUR NEW SUITS TOR SI 5 AND ■ 1 $25 ARE BEAUTIEAS. B I NEW FALL READY TO WEAR HATS NOW ON j. • DISPLAY. ■ RESPECTFULLY, I MRS. E. S. COPPERSMITH. 2 inniiii B—i mm .