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I Breezy | | County !] 1 Neu>s | HUNTLEY. L. H. Smith who has been on the sick list for several weeks is slowly improving. Rev. Hall preached to a large congre gation at the usual hour Sunday. H. F. Fostor Ist trick man at HY tower is on the sick list grippe. Nellie Logue who has been visiting friends and relatives at Emporium re turned home Saturday. A. W. Smith is putting up a large ice houcs at the Willowdale mansion aud ex pects to start in the meat market busi ness iu the spring he expects to handle mostly wild game. B. J. Collins and C. J. Miller trans actedbusiness at Driftwood on Friday. A. 11. Jordan, of Grove Hill, was seen on our streets on Saturday. William Baker and s*ster Ester, of Andover, N Y., were the guests of John S. Jordan and family last week. A musical entertainment was given at the residence of W. It. Smith on Friday evening by the Huntley orchestra some very fine classical music was rendered by the boys, after which the table was spread with dainties ane all partook of the sum ptuous feast, it was understood that the next entertainment would be given at W. W 7 . Johnson's. Much ice is being put up in town this winter, several new ice houses have been built nearly every resident has one. John Drivas who has been employed at the powder works at Sinnamahoning lias resigned his position and accepted a position with the P. R. R., at this place. Anson Mason, of Pine Street was a caller in town on Monday. Roy L. Smith, Pennsy fireman, of Re novo, Cilled on his parents, L. H. Smtih one wife Sunday. W. It. Smith was a Sterling Run call ed ou Tuesday. Audrey Hill, of Driftwood, was the guest of her sister Gertrude, Friday. S. B. Mrs. A. T. Smith is spending a few days with her mother. Alfred says "batching isn't very good.'' Lial Jordan who has been employed by the P. R. R. Co., has lost his position on account of being to young "goto scnool old kid." The young people, of this place are taking advantage of the fine sleighing. W. R. Smith, T. N., gave a private taffy pull party las Thursday evening in attendance with the society club every body enjoyed a fine time. B. J. Collins gave an exhibition at the fair grounds last Thursday afternoon con sisting of a greased pig race and other oommon amusements. L. G. Smith being the winner for capturing the pig. The Driftwod callers this week were; C. J. Miller. Walter Logue, Fame Logue and N. N. Johnson. S. C. Logue has his crsw out rushing the ice in for summer ice cream parties. U. R. G. STERLING RUN. George O'Keefe returned home from school the past week on account of a lame knee which is better at this writing. Martino and Bevaoqua discharged 15 men Tuesday. Will keep 20 to finish the railroad. Have yet the rails and ties to lay. Nathan Silin of Sinnamahoning will start a clothing store in Brook's Hall this week. Mr. Krauss of Newberry will have charge of it and will move his family here. C. G. Howlett, who has been confined to the house with measles the past week is able to be out and resume business. Miss Nettie Kissel and Mrs. C. G. llowlet were Emporium visitors Tuesday. 11. F. Foster and brother Morgan re turned home the past week from a 3 weeks' visit with relatives in Montgomery and Chesson, Ala. Mrs. L. C. Summerson was quite ill Saturday but is better at this writing. Miss Yida Housler's school is closed at Hicks Run on account of measles. Some 50 cases are reported. Little Flora Berry, who lias been quite ill is better at this writing. Mrs. A. W. Mason returned from Nansen Tuesday. Will be home for a few days. BLUE BELL. Pneumonia Follows a Cold. But never follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar, which stops the cough heals the lungs, and expels the cold from your system. Take at first sign of a cold and avoid a dangerous illness. Sold by all druggists. Lost. A round goM locket, on Fourth St., between the residence of Dr. Smith and Mr. Henry F&rr. There is a lock of hair inside. Fin4er will please re turn to Press office. \ V Cedar Shingles §4.50 per thousand at C. B. Howard & Go's. FIRST FORK. John L. Miller died OD Friday eve- Ding Jan. 7tb, 1910, at the homeot his son William 11. Miller, lie had been in poor health for several years, having had several paralytic strokes during that time. He was apparently the same on Friday evening as usual. While eating his sup per he died. lie was the son of John Miller, one of the earliest pioneer settlers ou First Fork. He was the youngest of a family of ten children. Born July 27, 1838, aged 71 years, 5 months, 1U days. Surviving him are two aged sisters and a brother, viz: Mrs. Elizabeth Vandivier, Mrs. Richard Crum and Charles Miller, the latter being almost ninety years old. The funeral was held on Sunday after noon, in the Miller School house. Servi ces were held by Rev. It. W. Runyan pastor of the M. E. church, of Sinnama honing. Interment in the Miller Ceme tery. The mourning ones have the sym pathy of the community. Those on the sick list are Mrs. J. B. Haynes, Mrs. B. B. Lorshbaugh aud Mrs. L. C. Wykoff. We earnestly hope all may soon be able to be around again. Mrs. Frank C. Miller, who is receiving treatment in the Lock Haven Hospital, is getting along as well as can be expect ed. Her husband, Frank C. Miller, is at Lock Haven most of the time. Hope for speedy recovery. Mr. John Swartz, who is iu the Williamsport hospital is getting along nicely. Messrs. Percy Swank and It. It. Goss, two oi Fork's teamsters are employed at Sinnamahoninc. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Johnson of Sin namahoning were visitors on the Fork an Sunday. There is fine sledding on First Fork, and many of our people are taking ad vantage of the same. That is right, it don't always last. FINIS. SINNAMAHONING. Bom to Wm. Pitts and wife, a son, Jan. 7th, 1010. Mrs. R. W. Runyan is visiting her son and family at Driftwood. Miss Mildred Haupt of Emporium spent Sunday here the guest of Miss Myrtle Shaffer. T. E. Fulton is in Emporium this week. He is one of the County Audi tors. His brother T. S., is taking his place at the powder works during his ab sence. J. T. Runyan of Driftwood was in town Sunday. Counsil Brothers who succeeded Bar clay Bros, have had their store room painted and are making other improve ments. John L. Miller died at his home on the Fork and was buried Suuday. Ser vices were held at the Miller School House by Rev. Runyan. A. W. Phillips, the assistant chemist at the powder plant, is out of town. A. J. Barclay attended a meeting of the Directors of the Cameron Mfg Co. at Emporium, Jan. 10. Herman Losey is moving from Hicks Run into his own house here. Miss Helen Counsil returned to Dick inson Seminary, Williamsport, last Sun day. Mrs. Francelia Shaler accompanied by her son Lon's wife went to Driftwood on Tuesday to visit relatives. Mrs. C. W. Gray's mother, Mrs. E. Mammen of Bloomingtoo, 111, is visiting here. J. M. Shafer and Jas. D. Counsil visited the county seat Wednesday. XXX. SINNAMAHONING. Fine winter weather and a splendid ice harvest. The Sinnamahoning powder Co. have put up ice enough for two yeass supply. The Cameron powder company have their ice house up and filled enough for the coming season. A large force of carpenters are at work on the new powder plant. They have several buildings under roof. Geo. P. Jones, general manager of the Cameron powder company was in town Tuesday. Judge Huntley is on the works every day, rain or snow. • Some pretty cold weather with fine skating on the creek. Counsil Bros, have purchased the store buildings of Barclay Bros, and have painted the storerooms all new, and with a full line of goods are ready to ac commodate the public. We wish them the best of success in their business. Frank Graham of Philadelphia was a caller on Tuesday. Quite a number of cur town people are attending Court this week. Geo. Pfoutz of Clinton county was «i caller Saturday aud gave us a few stories of the Rebellion. Camp No. 122, P. O. of A., held an entertainment of its members Tuesday evening and was well attended. Victor Crum furnished the treat which was much enjoyed by the members, who also praised the fine cake 6 and pies of the baker. W. Cr 136 P. O. S. of A. are mak ing arrangements for a class initiation in the near future. They have a fine Hall and arc nearly out of debt. J. It. Batchelder attended the installa tion of officers of the D. W. Taggart Post Jyn. 211, G. A It . at Emporium Saturday eveuin<r, the I'ollowiDg officers were installed: P. C., J. It. Batchelder. Senior V, C., J. C. Johnson ; Jun. V. CAMERON COUNTY PRKSS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 191 o. j~January Sale of High Class Dry Goods'] |;i To the many items advertised at cut prices last week we add the following special bargains I Clean up of Glassware 50c Shanting Dress Silk 36c | $1.50 Water Sets, sale price SI.OO. 1 1.50 Iridecent Glass, Bowls, sale price 98c. °^ er ie following colors in this popular Dress Silk at I All 15c Imitation Cut Glass, Bowls, Vases, Trays, Com- the very special price of 36c. Brown, navy and Copenhagen I pote Holders, etc., sale price 10c. blue. The regular price is 50c. It™ o■sK^ , Bargains in Black Dress Goods Wwnan ' ! ani Misses Ctals and Sui,s - I • |30.00 Caracula Coats, COfi I $1.25 good quality Comforters Black Mohair Brilliantine, silk finish, 44 inches AA le , pnce " * 112 Silkoline covered sale 4 ||j| wide extra quality, regular price SI.OO yd, sale pr 090 " Sale prfce* °- & - - 18.00 1 a !__! * ■IrW Black Pure Mohair Brillantine, silk finish 44 in. FA C< ! at8 '. 15.00 • I 29c Ladies Fleeced Kimonas wide ' re S ular P"ce 75c, sale price JJJfC 19> C ° at9 ' 13 50 I pA?c a " D, : S,B:nS ' * a,e ..2| g S oc Sfep Bnllantme 36 in wide teg price AA gikPtad, 0n... Jj'gQ 20.00 Black cloth Coat with |fl f|Q I $1.50 Leatherette and imitation mi r~ t ll in River Mink Shawl collar IU.UU ■ Alligator Suit Case Sl «J.| (Ml |V r C t 'r . • " "112 13.50 1 2 5 in - long, sale pr | J« Ur dcaiTS at tut prices 18 - 50 Black or colored long jQ rn I ■> T ~ , r cloth coats for - - IZ.OU I 2 ,fincheltide Z sT'r , J ust when y° u want them we offer two lots at " ||.oo ■ £ r ; rf . ' following prices: 14 so Black or colored lons n7C ■ P nce cloth coats for - - y./O ® U LOT I— All on regular $5.00, 5.98 (g&iffc U 15.00 Black or colord cloth Jfi flft I $1.25 Children's Hand made H 6.50 Fur Scarfs (various kinds of fur) at B coats, sale price • IU.UU gray Angora Bonnets, jffc | ————— ———-— yww r-i 13.50 Black or colored cloth QCO vSale price 98C 8 L° P 2— All our regular $7.75 to ©E f|fl 12.50 Black orcotored cloth OQO - 8.50 till- Scarfs at each ||y coats, sale price - - 0.30 $1.25 Child's hand Croc- I 10.00 Black or colored cloth QQ I het silk bonnets at .. . Iff* . c ~ - ~, „ . coats, sale price - . 0.35 I VWW All hner Pur scarfs and all Mufls at cut prices. 8.75 Black or colored cloth rAn I 10 T j- ~Z U coats sale price - - O.UU ™ Panics j- e I'lannelete gg| -n ■ ,r 11 1 w 5.98 Black or colored cloth Ino ffi Underskirts with handsome em- coats, sale price - - u3O IS 69c Millinery I 15c Children's Black Fleece * 22.50 Suits, sale price i«, 50. I lined stockings, sizes ] g All $5.00 Trimmed Hats at each $2.50 £S£!£ 25££11 l ,A o 10, sale price . . | All $4.00 Trimmed Hats at each $2.00 16.50 Suits, sale price 12.50. 50c Ladies Black CrochetAE* All $3.00 I rimmed Hats at each $1.50 14.50 suits, sale price 9 75. Hoods, Sale price 25c /?)(} All 2.00 Trimmed Hats at each SI.OO 13-50 Suits, sale price 9.00. 10.00 Suits, sale, price 6 75. I Monday, January 17th we will open our new Spring line of Dress Ginghams and percales. Having placed our ! orders early last year we will be able to sell these goods until further notice at the old price of 12 l-2c per yard I O I/' | T jc 4 ! | Emporium's Greatest and I L-®-»• V"' -Ei Most U p t 0 d a te Store a ® MHHHP fIHM MHBBB flBHi fIHBB (9HBBBRB& fIHW C., J. C. Bell; Q. M.,J. O. Brook ban k : Adj. M. M. Larrabee. Post No. 241 having sold their hall building at Driftwood, will hold their regular meetings in the P. O. S. of A., hall at Sinnamahoning the 4th Saturday in every month. SIZERVILLE. Compliments of the season to all. The price of butter and eggs does not seem to decline but has a tendency up ward, at this station. The bouse of C. Vandermark came near being consumed by fire on Friday last. The roof was entirely burned off, and it was by heroic work the stjucrure was saved. Geo. Rossman is home for a few days and is "still on the job." Has a respon sible position in the train depatcher's of fice at Kane. His many friends say it's hard to keep a good man down. He was formerly 2nd trick man hero. Mrs. A. Slade of Bcrrin, Mich., is visiting here, guest of W. R. Sizer and family. (Jhas. Weller was called to Emporium yerterday to meet the insurance adjuster, concerning the total loss of bis store. Chas. feels keenly over his loss but he will fare better than Mr. Dinger who oc cupied the upper rooms of his building. Mrs. W. R. Sizer is taking annual in ventory of her stock of merchandise. XXX SIGNALS OFDISTRESS. Emporium People Should Know How Read and Heed Them. Sick kidneys give many signals of dis tress. The secretions are dark, contain a sedi ment, Passages are frequent, scanty, pain ful Backache is constant day and night. Heads icbes and dizzy spells are fre quent. The weakened kidneys need quick help. Don't delay ! Use a special kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys, backache and urninary disorders. Emporium evidence proves this state ment. Mrs. Anna Zimmet, Fourth street, Emporium, Pa., says : "Ten years ago I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Tag gart's Drug Store and found them to be a reliable kidney medicine. I shall al ways recommend this preparation when I have the opportunity." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents Remember the name— Doan's—and take no other. Vocal Music. Mrs. Mary E. Ayr, of New York city, has arrived at Driftwood to take up the art of teaching vocal masic. To give the people of the adjoining town a chance to study the art, which is necessary as one of the advantages of education. Her work is the best and can give the best credentials. Apply to Box 192, Driftwood, Pa. Pleasant Time. Tuesday evening, ajolly crowd took a sleigh ride out in the country and stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McCanley, where oysters and many other refreshments were indulged in. All reported a fine time. Princess Wah-ta-Waeo is only a mite of a girl in stature, but big in pluck and determination, will be seen at the Opera House in the near future. Wanted. A girl at City Hotel, for dining room work. M. J. DOLAN. For Rent. Five room house for rent. Apply to Jas. Davln, West Fourth St. 47-tf. K. OTTT M. On Friday evening January 21st, there will be instalation of officers in the K. O. T. M, followed by a banquet. All members are cordially invited to be present. Red laces and Red Noses CURED IN A SHORT TIME. Do you suffer the embarrassment of carrying around an extremely red nose? or are you tortured with a red, blotchy or pimply face? If so you are foolish to stand it long; it is the simpl est and easiest thing in the world to got rid of. No matter what might have been the cause, the following harmless and inexpensive treatment will positively remove all traces of your embarrassment in from two to four weeks. Get this prescription filled at ary drug store: Clearola one-half ounce, Ether one ounce, Alcohol seven ounces. Mix and apply to the parts affected as often as possible, hut morning and night anyway, allowing it to remain on as long as possible, never less than ten minutes, the longer tho better, then yon can wipe off the powdery fim deposited on the skin. You can get this put up at any Drug Store. For any skin trouble this has no equal. Home-Made Bread. Home-mr.de bread, biscuits and fried cakes furnished fresh every Wednes day and Saturday, at ray home on Second street. 48-tf. MRS. B. LEUTZE. The Churches. FIRST BAPTIST. J. L. BOGUE, Pastor. 10:30 a. in., Sermon, "His Com mands." 11:45 Sunday School. 6:30 0. E. Sunday School attendance last week 96. 109 at C. E. Not enough chairs to seat the crowd. Blues ahead by 14 points. Rev. Shank gave a splendid talk. Come out next week. Annual supper and roll call of the Baptist Church will be held February Ist. Committee, Misa Hilyard, Mrs. Spence, Mrs. Eick, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Ikens, Mrs. Day, Miss Kriae. •% FIRBT ME7THODIBT EPISCOPAL, REV. J. F. ANDERSON, Pastor. Special gospel revival meetings are being held nightly In the First Meth odist Episcopal Church. The pastor ia being assisted this week by Rev. J. W. Shank and R. W. Runyan. Good con gregations. Helpful services. A cor dial welcome to all. Meetings will be continued next week. EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL, J. M. ROBERTSON, Rector. Jan. 16, Second Sunday after Epiph any:— 8 a. m., Holy Communion. 10:30 n. m., Morning Prayer, Sermon The Church's Work in Japan. 7:30 p. m., Evening Prayer and Ser mon. FREE METHODIST, FIFTH STREB7T. F. B. SCHRINER, Pastor. Sabbath services: Sabbath school at 10 a. m.; Sermon at 11 a m.; Song ser vice at 7:00 p. m.; Sermon at 7:30 by Rev. O. S. Winslow, ofßrockport, Pa. Interest in the revival services is in creasing: Meeting each evening of the week except Saturday. A cordial in vitation to attend these services is given by the pastor and his associates. Come worship with us, bring a friend with you. Company To Concede This. In each and every case where Sexine Pills do not bring back your strength and steady your nerves to any man or wom an who has used six boxes, the company will either give—without additional cost— six boxes more for more prolonged treat ment, or will refund your five dollars. The company has been doing this years and still does so, without quibbling or red tape. Besides, they do not want you to hesitate to send in your claim if neces ary. I!. C. Dodson, Druggist, Empori um Pa., endorses every word of this. 30 Years of Success The Emporium Drug Co., Offer a Remedy for Catarrh. The Medi cine Costs Nothing if it Fails. When a medicine effects a successful treatment in a very large majority of cases, and when we offer that medicine on our own personal guarantee that it will cost the user nothing if it does not completely relieve catarrh, it ia only reasonable that people should believe us, or at least put our claim to a practi cal test when we take all the risk. These are facta which we want the peo pie to subatantiate. We want them to try Rezall Mucu-Tone,a medicine pre pared from a prescription of a physi cian with whom catarrh was a special ty, and who has a record of thirty years of enviable success to his record. We receive more good reporte about Rexall Mucn-Tone than we do of all other catarrh remedies sold in our store, and if more people only knew what a thoroughly dependable reme dy Rexall Mucu Tone is, it would be the only catarrh remedy we would have any demand for. Rexall Mucu-Tone is quickly absorb ed and by its therapeutic effect tends to disinfect and cleanse the entire mu cuous membraneous tract, to destroy and remove the parasites which injure the membraneous tissues, to soothe the irritation and heal the soreness, stop the mucuous discharge, build up strong healthy tissue and relieve the blood and system of diseased matter. Its in fluence is toward stimulating the mu co-cells, aiding digestion and improv ing nutrition until the whole body vi brates with healthy activity. In a com, paratively short time it brings about a noticable gain in weight, strength good color and feeling of buoyancy. We urge you to try Rexall Mucu- Tone, beginning a treatment to-day. At any time you are not satisfied, sim ply come and tell us; and we will quick ly return your money without ques tion or quibble. We have Rexall Mu cu-Tone in two sizes, 50 cents and §I.OO - you can obtain'Rexall Rem edies in Emporium only at our store The Rexall Store. The Emporium Drug Co. Card of Thanks. We desire to sincerely thank our friends and neighbors for their kind ness to us during the illness and death of our wife and mother, and especially iMrs. Jno. A. Wykoff. S. F. SMITH AND FAMILY.