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Cameron County press. (Emporium, Cameron County, Pa.) 1866-1922, April 07, 1910, Image 5

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Contribution., < cited. Thai ifliisliyouwouis
like to see in thi.s department,?*' jj- know h H po
tal card, letter or rermnftlu.
Addison Stephens, of Coudersport,
transacted business at Emporium on
Edwin Olson, of Renovo, was guest
of relatives at this place, last Saturday
and Sunday.
Edward Lupore, St. Marys, called on
friends at this place, last Sunday, bt
tween trains.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McGee transact
ed business at Sinnamahoning, on
Monday afternoon.
Frank Swesey transacted business at
the PRESS office on Saturday, renewing
his paper.
Rev. Father McAvenue, of Drift- j
wood, was a business caller at this 1
place, last Friday.
Mrs. C E. Inhof, of St. Marys, was '
( guest of her cousin, J. B. Meisel and !
wife, the first of the week.
Frank Dodson, who has been absent j
from town for some time, returned j
home last Friday evening.
Miss Emma Tebo, went to Johnson- j
burg last Monday afternoon, where she !
will remain for some time.
Fred Dininny went to Buffalo, last
Sunday to transact business]and return
ed home on Monday evening.
Miss Josephine Murphy, of Dußois,
is guest of her sister, Mrs. Kathryn j
Bush, at her home on Fourth street. 1
Mrs. George Deike and children, of!
Kittanning, Pa., are guests at the j
home of her mother, Mrs. Helen Tag 5
Mrs. R. Fisher and daughter, Miss ,
Ethel, of Howard Sidiog, called on j
friends at this place, last Saturday j
Messrs. Edward Foster and Frank j
Cavanaugh departed for Gary, Ind., on ;
Tuesday, where they have secured j
good positions.
Rev. Father T.JB. Downey, Rector of J
St. Mark's Catholic Church, was a
business caller at Dußois, on Wednes- j
day and Thursday.
Miss Mary Blumle, who holds a posi
tion at Williamsport, spent Sunday
guest at the home of her parents, Hon. j
and Mrs. F. X. Blumle.
Grant S. Voght, second trick tele- j
graph operator at RM tower, at this I
place, visited his parents at Shamokin, j
Pa., last Tuesday and Wednesday. |
Miss Gertrude Beckwith, who has j
been spending some time with her j
sister, Mrs. J. L. Bogue, departed for !
Arlington, California, Wednesday.
Miss Lena Bair is unable to attend to
her duties as teacher at Cameron,
owing to illness. Mrs. P. J. Burke is I
filling her position at the school.
R. C. Moore and wife went to Shef- |
field, Pa., and Buffalo, N. Y., on |
Wednesday, where they will visit re- |
latives and friends for about two |
Grover Wiggins, third trick tele- j
graph operator at Howard Siding, was
transacting business at Renovo, last
Friday relative to being transfered to
Mrs. J. E. Elinger, nee Miss Nannie
Groves, of Dußois, Mrs. AnnaSpangler
and Mrs. Charle3 Spangler, of this
place, visited the PRESS office, last Fri.
day and examined the new plant.
Mrs. J. D. Alden, nee Miss Alva
Shnggart, departed for Ridgway and
Syracuse, N. Y., Wednesday after
noon, at which place she will meet her
husband, who is playing in that city.
L. Dolan, of Philadelphia, is guest at
the home of his brother, M. J. Dolan
and family at the City Hotel. Mr.
Dolan is employed at the Baldwin
Locomotive Works. He expects to
leave foiMiis home on Saturday.
: Leo has returned to Brad
ford and ha» his studies, after
spending the faster vacation at his
home at this pYac.e. Master Joseph
Blumle accompanied him to Bradford,
where he is guest afcf the home" of his
sister, MrsWffl Dettzler.
R. Kuehne, the great Fourth street
merchant, offers numerous bargains
in hie "ad" this week. »'" '
Arthur V. Orton Hpent Monday at !
Driftwood and Castle Garden, where |
he made arrangements for a Sunday
School Rally, to be held in the near j
William Haist,wbo is working at one j
of Howard's lumber camp, was a |
pleasant caller at the PRESS office on !
Monday morning, and subscribed for j
the PRESS.
Carroll Mumford, who has been fill- !
ing the position as clerk at the Good- |
year Hotel at Austin, has resigned and :
returned to Emporium. He will at
tend school at Williamsport.
Wm Hartman, who has spent the
winter, guest of his daughter, Mrs. |
Henry Auchu, departed for his home 1
at Willamsport, on Monday. Mr. j
Hartman is a very pleasant gentleman. ■
James Ulmer, who for the past two '
months has been enjoying a vacation 1
at his home at Salladasburg and vicin- 1
ity, has returned to Emporium and re- 1
suined his work at the Sinoamahoning
Powder Co., office.
Miss Kate Metzger, who has been
spending her Easter vacation at her
home at this place, departed for 1
Oberlin, Ohio, on Wednesday morn- j
ing, where she will resume her studies
for the spring term.
Messrs. James Reed and Jessee Skill- j
man, of Moore Hill, and John Knouse. j
of Kelley's Camp, Hicks Run, were !
pleasant PRESS office callers last Satur
day. Mr. Skitlman made himself solid
with ye editor.
Miss Mary I.Gould returned last Sun
day from Olean, N. Y„ where she visit
ed for several days, guest of her sister
in-law, Mrs. Emma L. Gould. She also
met many former Emporiumites, who
reside at Olean.
We greatly enjoyed a social visit
with our friend Jos. J. Lingle, on
Wednesday afternoon. Mr. L., is a
practical lumberman and a very com
panionable gentleman; a deep thinker
and blessed with a good memory and
wonderful powers of description. Mr.
L., is detained here owing to the ill
ness of his daughter, Miss Nellie, who
is having a run of typhoid fever, while
visiting at the Auchu home.
Heidly Kane, of Williamsport, was
guest of Chas. E. Crandell and family
last Saturday and Sunday. He is an
old friend and former neighbor of the
R. C. Moore and wife went to Shef
field, Pa., and Buffalo, N. Y., on
Wednesday, where they will visit re
latives and friends for about two weeks.
Mrs. E H. Hughes, is visiting at
Phillipsburg. Pa., having been called
there by the serious illness of her
W. H. Howard departed on a busi
ness trip to Virginia on Wednesday
Fred Julian, ot Baltimore, Md., ar
rived in Emporium Tuesday morning
to transact business and look after his
property here.
Mrs. Thos. Joyce, wife of one of our
bustling milk route men, was a PRESS
business visitor on Monday.
Manager W. W. Weiman is making
great improvements on the Climax
farm, familiarly called "the N. P.
Minard farm." Fine appearance.
We noticed Mrs. U. A. Palmer, who
has been visiting in Emporium and as
sisting in caring for her Bister, Mrs. S.
L. Stoddard, who has been quite seri
ously ill with pneumonia, take mail
train west on Tuesday for Now Caßtle,
Pa., on account of illness in her sen's
Frank T. Beers and family, of Barks
dale, Wis., arrived in town on Tuesday
and were guests of H. C. Olmsted and
family. We understand Mr. Beers sold
bis West Allegany Avenue property to
Fred Edwards. Frank, we noticed as
he passed by the PRESS printery, is
looking just as good and healthy as
when be left Emporium accept the
superlntendenoy of the Dufeont Pow
der Plant at Bferksdale. '•
ilpn. Josiah Howard and Henry
Aacba departed lust njght on a busi
ness 'trip down south.
Bed bugs fall over each other getting
•way from Dodson's Exterminator,
feat it gets them before they get away.
While enjoying a rido down town
last Sunday afternoon we noticed our
sedate friend, School Director A. F
i Andrews, has caused a new veranda to
! be erected in front of his East Allgany
| Avenue residence.
The PRESS ofllce was favored with a
| call Tuesday evening from our old
j friend E. L. Losey, 1 112 Mina, Pa , (for
] merly employed at Sinnamahoning.)
jHe was accompanied by Mr. Lewis
| Lehman, also of Mina and were en
I route for Chester county to purchase
i farms.
The Churches.
Class meeting at 9:30 a. m., Mr. F.
1 F. Strajer, leader. Preaching by the
pastnr at 10:30 a m., and 7:30 p. m.
| Subject of morning discourse "Christ
i ian Courtesy;" evening, "The Syro
pbonecian Woman." Sunday School
at 11:45 a. m., Mr. T. B. Lloyd, Super
intendent. Epworth League at 6:30,
Mrs Anderson, leader.
Dodeon's Active Liver Pills will do
away with spring fever, billiousness
and constipation.
Things are Different Now.
Editor Hockie.-, of the Independent,
is getting ofl' considerable political
what is it lately and has much to say
about "bosses" and "gang." It is only
yesterday that he was one of the king
bees in the bosses' camp and joined in
the "guggerly" he now complains of,
voting one day for a gold platform
and the next clay, at the command of
the same bosses l.e now complains ,of
reversed himself in favor of silver.
But, vva forgot the edit jr was then a
boss himself. Things are different
For Sale.
Full-blooded Rhode Island Red Eggs.
Setting, 14 eggs, 75c.
Our Electric Sign.
The electric sign erected in front of
the PRESS building is greatly admired
and can be seen at a great distance, at
the same time it lights Wood street,
driving disreputable characters "out
of the lime light," much to the disgust
of our citizens residing West of Maple
street. We should like very much to
keep the light on all night, wero it not
so expensive.
Council Proceedings.
Regurlar meeting ofßorough Council, April 4,
1910. Present: Messrs. Foster, Haupt, Mum
ford, Pearsall, Cummings, Norria. Absent :
Messrs. Rishell and Spencer.
The Council meeting was called to order by
the President, Mr. Foster. The roll was called
and absentees noted. The minutes of the pre
vioui meetings were read and approved.
Bills for the month of March were read and
ordered paid on motion of Messrs. H*upt and
W. D. Rousscy, extra work, $ 50
Hylvester Ritchie, repairs on engine, 80
James Wagner, work on streets, 2 60
D. W. Shugart, do do 8 00
Clyde Schwartz, do do 100
Clarence Ritchie, do do 100
John Predette, do do 1 00
Michael Mulcahy, do do 5 00
Robt. Robinson, do do 400
P. V. Heilman & Co., invoice 2 94
Stephens Hardware Co., invoice, 1 28
E. D. White, paid express aud freight bill, 183
Dininny, Burnside it Co., hose bill, 340 00
St. Marys Gas Co., gas for March, 29 83
On motion of Haupt and Mumford, bill of
Stephens Hardware Co., for $5.17 was laid on tba
Moved by Mr. Howard, seconded by Mr. Nor
ris, that Mr. Mundy's salary be fixed at $70.00
per month. Carried.
Moved by Mr. Howard, seconded by Mr. Pear
sall, that Mr. Mundy be elecled Street Commis
sioner. Carried.
Moved by Mr. Norris, seconded by Mr. Curn
mings, that the policeman's hours be fom 1 P.
M„ tol A. M.
The Treasurer's report was read and ordered
filed; receipts for month, 134,49; expenditures
for month, 112 158.79; balance on hand $2,512.15.
Mr. Norris offered an Ordinance fixing the
grade of the cnrbs, sidewalks and street and the
slope ot the Bidewaiks of Broad street in the
Borough of Emporium, between the North line
of the Pennsylvania R. H.. and the North line of
Fifth street.
On motion of Mr. Norris aud Mr. Haupt the
following resolution was adopted: That the pro
posed ordinance relating to the grades of street
curbs and tidewalka on Hroad street be laid over
until the 16th day of \pril 1910; that a meeting
of the Council be held on the 18th day of April.
1910, at 8 o'clock p. m..for the consideration of
said ordinance, and that a public bearing be
given at that meeting upon said ordinance, at
which timu suggestion. in relation to and ob
jections to said ordinance may be make by any
persons Interested, and that the aecretary give
the notice of said hearing as required by law.
Moved by Mr. Cuminings, seoended by Mr.
Mumford, that the borough purcbaso a car load
of cement and a car load of sand for the building
•112 crossings. Carried.
On motion of Mr. Mumford and Mr. Cnm
mings, the following resolution was adopted.
That the secretary request all property holders
along Broad street to have water and gas pipes
renewed and placed in proper order, all sewer
sonnectious made: also that all shade trees or
other things be removed from the line of the
Moved by Mr. Norris. seconded by Mr. How
ard, that the grades for all streets-la the Borough
not already provided f»r be established by ordin
ance. Carried.
Council then adjourned.
B. D. WHITE, BRU'T.,pro ttm.
Letters from tlie People.
All communications under this head must be
accompanied by the writer's name. We will not
be held responsible for any expression in this
department,— EDlTOß.
Emporium, Pa.
Please send me the assessed valua
tion of Lumber Township under the
new assessment.
We understand that the valuation is
not what it ought to be and at the
meeting of the Supervisors. March
sth, 1910, the Supervisors decided to
take the case to court, if the valuation
was not up as it should be.
We understand that the valuation on
some of the corporations are not as
sessed at the full valuation.
Respectfully yours,
Sec'y Supervisors.
To the Taxpayers of Lumber Township:
That there may be no misleading
facts regards this letter, we submit to
you a true copy.
; At Opera House,
; Wednesday, April 13
- MR. GEO. D. SWEET, presents the
4 four-act sensational comeda drama
; A Messenger
Carrying his own Band and Orchestra
and supporting the talented Com
TERRY in the steller
Role of
"ROXY, the Waif
Prices—7sc, 50c, 35c, 25c.
This Was the Only
Witchcraft She Used
You'll find the secret of her success
ful baking to lie in the fact that she
uses PET (iROVE flour. Makes tempt
ing, toothsome, wholesome bread, cake,
pastry. Goes farther and is cheaper—
because much better—than other
brands. Always uniform in quality,
reliable, economical. Best on the
market for the money. A family flour
that, once tried, becomes the household
Emporium, Pa., April 22, 1910.
NEMOPHILA, per sack f] 65
Felt'sPancy, " 1 70
Pet Grove, " 1 70
Roller Meal " 50
Rye " 75
Graham, " 85
Buckwheat, " 75
Buckwheat, 10 lb sack, 30
Coarse Meal per 100 1 50
Chop Peed •' 1 50
Cracked Corn per 100 1 50
White Middlings 1 65
Bran, 1 50
Chicken Wheat " 2 00
Screenings " 1 50
Oil Meal " 2 00
Corn per bushel, 84
WhiteOats.perbushel 57
Seed Oats, " 60
Oysl r Shell s, per 100 75
Sterling Chick Feed 2 00
Sterling Scratch Feed 1 90
Daisy Dairy Peed, 1 50
Calf Meal, 581b bag 1 50
Mammoth Clover Seed, per bu 9 58
Medium Clover Seed, •' 9 50
Alsyke Clover Seed, " 9 50
Timothy Seed, " 2 75
German Millet Seed. " 2 00
«' i . ■ '
Just now many grip victims
are troubled by an obstinate
cough. Dodson's White Pine
and Spruce will positively re
lieve that particular|after grip
" Dodson's Drug Store.
II Millinery I
Suits. Coats and
Shirt Waists
Shirt Waist time is here and every
lady wants them pretty. We
have just secured a fine display
of waists, that will satisfy the
ladies fully in the matter of qual
ity and looks.
Our Millinery Department is just
teeming with the latest creations
in the Millinery art- You are cor
dially invited to call and examine
our entire stock.
' ''
The Satisfactory Store ft
I When in Doubt, Come to Day's
Special this Week, Friday and Saturday
I Sugar—2sll) Bag best granulated Sugar, $1.50
Creamery Butter 1 lb bricks, 36c.
Choice Parsnips, Beets and Yellow Onions, pk 25c I
30c "Sunkist" Naval Oranges, doz 25c.
30c "Sunkist" California Lemons, doz 20c. I
Finest quality Japan Rice, 1 lb. packets 7c.
15c Mince Meat, something really fine 2lbs 25c.
Heiz 15c India Relish, 2 bottles 25c.
Large can sliced Hawaian Pine Apple 22c.
Get your share of these good values.
Fresh Caught Fish. Leave orders for I
Delivery Friday morning. I
China, Crockery Glassware,
House Furnishing Hardware. I
Wood and Willoware,
Dairy Supplies,
"Peerless" Crushed Oyster Shells for
FREE DELIVERY to all parts of Town
Twice Each Day
You Get Better Values Here.
J. H. DAY, I
L Phone 6. Emporium, ft
■—l— —j
If you have anything to be printed bring it to
this office.

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