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g y"cqually fH Indispensable 1 For Home Baking ppjlijjllp I.OCAI, DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL OO.SSIi\ Contribution* maittd. Thai irliun yoil noulr ■ like to nee in tint' department,let *< .% by po»- ! talcard, letter or I'crsMnaHii. Mrs. Mary Shadman is guest at the j home of her son, at Dußois. A. 11. Panting visited at St. Marys last Sunday, looking for carpenters. W. S. Sterner was guest of Omar D. Fisher, Jr., at Renovo, last Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Eaton and Miss Ophelia Card were visiting relatives in Dußois from Friday until Monday. C. G. Catlin made the PRESS office a business call on Monday afternoon, and renewed his subscripslon. John Anderson of Altoona, was guest at the home of his parents, Rev J. F. Anderson and wife, for a few days last week. Mrs. A. T. Swartwood came up from j Sinnamahoning this week to assist W. | S., and wife to move into their new | home. She will remain some days. F. W. Reeceand wife, of Union City, were guests at the home of Mrs. Hill yard and family, last Saturday morn- | ing, between trains. Edward Blinzler and family spent i Sunday at St. Marys, where they were the guests of relatives. They returned j home Monday morning. Miss Ethel Fisher, of Howard Siding, was guest of Miss Margaret Dodson, last Saturday, and witnessed the pro duction of the Mock Court Trial, in the evening. Mrs John Cline, of east ward, re turned last Friday from Buffalo, where she was celled to care for her daughter, Mrs. Lena Rendt, who has been in poor health for some time. Mrs. Alton Housler was called to her home at Bennezette last Thursday, on account of the serious illness of her mother. Miss Mattie Collins is able to be about, attending to her duties as sup erintendaut of schools. She is very lame yet and will be for some time. Chas. Edgar and family will move from the Climax Farm to one of the Wiley houses in Climax Hollow. Mr. E., being night watchman at the dyna mite plant. J. P. McNarney went to Detroit on Sunday to attend a meeting of the Maccabee National Board, of which lie is a member,returning home yesterday. Messrs. Charles Farrell and Clyde Fisher departed for Glarkesburg, W. Va., on Monday morning, where they will try out to play ball for the season. Jas. J. Welsh, ticket agent at the Broad Street Station, transacted busi ness at the PRESS office, Monday after noon and made himself solid with the printer. Geo. Deike, of Kittauning, Pa., was guest at the home of Mrs. Helen Tag gart and daughter last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Deike and children returned to their home at Kittanning, Monday morning. W. S. Swartwood, bookkeeper in the office of Sinnamahoning Powder M'f'g Co., was a PRESS business visitor on Tuesday. He informed us that he and his family moved into the Garvin house, East Fifth street, yesterday. Joseph J. Lingle, returned to West bora, Wis., last Thursday, after spend ing several weeks in town, having been called here by the illness of his daughter, Miss Nellie, who is ill at the home of Henry Auchu and family. We are pleased to state that Miss Lingle is rapidly improving. We neglected to mention, in our last issue, an enjoyable visit ye editor en joyed from our friend, J. H. Doty, of Hicks Run, accompanied by bis daugh ter, Miss Minnie, and son, Master Cyrus Gordon. We greatly appreciat ed the cnll and deeply regret our error in failing to mention the favor in our last issue. Come again—the latch string is always on the outside, espec ially to our Hicks Run friends. Win. Hackenberg, insurance agent, was a PRESS caller yesterday. Jos Shafer, clerk in the office of the Cameron Powder Co., at Wyside, was a PRESS office visitor on Wednesday. Mrs. D. E. Crandell, of Williamsport, wan guestof Chas. Craiidell anil family, last Saturday and Sunday. District Deputy Grand Master, Mr. C. E. Craudell, installed the officers of Driftwood I. O. O. F., Lodge, last Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Carey, of St. Marys, were j.-uests at the home of E. A. Gerg and family, on Tuesday after noon. MissMayme Cummings, Messrs. Max P. Balcom ami Russell M. Me Quay attended the dance at St. Marys, lost Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. 11. Hughes, who was called to her home at Phillip.sburg, Pa., by the illness of her father, returned to Emporium on Monday afternoon. Mrs. M. 11. Dodge aud son Howard were called to Smethport this morn, ing, on account of the death of Mrs. John Dodge at that place. Hon. J. C Johnson returned home on Monday from Washington and At lantic City. While absent he visited with Congressman Barclay, who is radidly improving and is now attend ing to his duties. Theodore Roosevelt and every other of the future will be en titled to send all mail free of postage if a bill formally reported by the house committee on postofflcea this week, becomes a law. The franking privi lege also is extended to the widows of former presidents. Messrs. Chas. Shaffer and J Von Lengerke, of New York City, were business callers at Emporium during the week. Mrs. Shaffer, who has been visiting relatives and friends at this place for the past few weeks, returned to New York City with the gentlemen, ou Wednesday evening. Mrs. Jennie Knight, of Rochester, N. Y., who was called here on account of the illness and death of her sister, Mrs. Kate Panting, left for home this morning. She called at the PRESS sanctum last evening, being an old friend. Of course she reads the PRESS every week, John Gubbins, of Arcade, N. Y.' visited old friends in Emporium yester day and made the PRESS office a social and business call—to push the date on his paper well into 1911 and chat soc ially with ye editor. Mr. Gubbins moved from Emporium eighteen months ago and rented a 127 acre farm. He likes his new vocation very much and enjoys better health. During the eight years he resided here he was em. I ployee as blacksmith for the R. R. Co., i and Iron Works and enjoyed the con fidence of our people, being honest and industrious. He watches for the PRESS every week, to hear from old friends. Miss May Gould's Musicale. i A portion of Miss May Gould's pia no-forte pupils gave one of their pleas ant recitals in her parlors on Sixth street, last Monday eve ning. The fol lowing program was admirably ren dered, after which light refreshments were served: PROORAM. i Mazurka Ryder Ruth Loucks. i Spinning Roam Chit-Cant, Erantz Von Dion Ethel Creighton. Cupid's Dance, Wsnrieh Corinne Cleary. Polka Chromatlque, Fir Id ho use Eunice Dichl. The Mill Jensen Dorothy Howard. Carrolling of the Birds, op. 158, Micheuz firma Randolph. Valse Styrienue, op. 72 Wollenhaup Evelyn Donovan. Traamerei Schcmann Olive Ellis. Simple Confession, Thome Ina Hopple. (a) Fur Ellae, Beethoven (b) Woodland Dance, Rathbun Rose Dolan. Narcissus, Nevin William Howard. Dream Idyls Dudley Martin Gordon Vogt. Lily of the Valley, Mazurka, op. 14 Smith Helen Freindel. The Flute Player, op. 141 Wolff Rosemary Quinn. The Whispering Wind, op. 88, Wollenhaupt Ruth Pearsoll. Hunting Song, op. 19, Mendelnohn Louise Welsh. Valse Chromotlque, op. 38 Qodetrd Agnes Cleary. (a) Rustle of Spring... Sinding i (b) The Flatterer Chammad* Helen HmnU. CAMERON COUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL ai, 1910. A Grand Opening. Last Thursday, marked the fourth annual opening for the season of cold drinks and ice cream, at the popular fountain of J B. Meisel and wife. The store was beautifully decorated for the occasion and everything had a most exquisite appearance. Each pat ron was presented with a beautiful 1 carnation as a souvenir of the opening. ; A most up-to-date iceless fountain has J been recently iustalled in this store, j which is perfectly sanitary in every j respect and the cold drinks and ice j cream dispensed from its cool depths, i by Mr. and Mrs. Meisel, are bound to please the most fastidious. Miss Edna Clark is assisting the Meisels in the store during the busy season . To Sue Kailroad. Mrs. David Sloppy of East Smeth port is bringing suit for damages against the Pennsylvania railroad com pany in the Supreme Court at Phila delphia, for the death of her husband who was killed at Emporium while working for the defendant company in the summer of 1907. Don't Fail. Do not fail to attend the demonstra tion at F. V Ileilman's hardware store, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Learn to varnish your own floors. Will Repair. Dr. J. M. Card, of Olean, N. Y., was in town on Saturday and arranged for repairs on the Card building, recently damaged by fire. Examining the Fences. Ex-Senator ilienle, of Bellefonte, ar rived in Emporium last evsning and is looking over the Congressional field, as a democratic aspirant. Bunch of Keys. E. E. Breene, of the Warner House, lost a bunch of keys, one day last week. Keys are marked with stencil. Liberal reward. Y. P. S. C. E. Prof. Earl A. Bachop, principal of the Shippen school, will speak at the Baptist C. E., next Sunday evening, on the topic of "Christ the Teacher." Miss MOI.UK H. SPENCE, See'y. ACTIONS DISCOUNT WORDS. Bronson —I told my wife last week that It would be necessary for ua to economize this year. Woodson—What did she say? Bronson —She didn't say anything at the time, but the next day she bought me a box of bargain-counter cigars. tOisdom If Wisdom's ways Ct/&~ you wisely seek, A five things "T With apologies to the lorgotun poet— He never cUtwtUt& (Copyright, l'joa, by W. N. U.) TRY BRUSHING THEIi Whether it's an old coat or hat; yonr skin, hair or teeth—brunhiug will im prove them. Juntaa dust is brushed from clothing, germs are removed from the teeth. A vigorous rubbing with a flesh brush, massaging well in ! the pores, tones up the skin and vital izes the circulation. Massaging the scalp with a stiff bristle brush followed by an application of 93 Hair Tonic will add life and lustre to yonr hair. EMPORIUM DRUG CO. THE NKW STORE. Plants for Sale. Cabbage and Tomato Plants. Best | early standard varieties, grown from Burpee's Seeds. By the dozen or hun dred. Apply or drop a card to JOB. E. Eastwood, Climax Farm, Emporium, Pa. nlOtf Cameron County Sabbath School Notes. The Cameron County Sabbath School Association will hold a District Con vention at Castle Garden, Thursday, April 28. The morning session will take the form of an open conference. In the afternoon the County Standard will be presented and a meeting held for the children at which time the new graded lessonß will be taken up. Rev. Mr. Mcllvain, of Ridgway, Pastor of Presbyterian Church, will deliver an address in the evening. ARTHUR V. ORTON, County Organizer. Contractor. The undersigned is prepared to con tract for all kinds of brick, stone, con crete and mason work. Having given ten years to the work prior to coming to Emporium, am prepared to give satisfactions Give me a call. 7-tf. W. H. FLINT. AT OPERA HOUSE, EMPORIUM, PA. One Night Only, April 28 The Pest Rural Comedy Alvin Joslin It lias stood the test of years. One big laugh from start to finish. Uniformed band and superb orchestra. Hear the band and see the play. Prices—soc, 35c, 25c. MANY GRIP VICTIMS 112 112 V", ' I •' zr i=Sj iljJ 1 i r, b (1 n iJ J— vAj! 'ii A I %11 / > ,r^ , | &*s■ .XSvIJS t ,'V I id 7 P \mh / kLlj i Just now many grip victims are troubled by an obstinate cough. Dodson's White Pine and Spruce will positively re lieve that grip hacking. Dodson's Drug Store. EMPORIUM MILLING COMPANY. Baking Day is a Joyful One to the children when mamma bakes cookies, cakes and delicious bfead staffs from PET GROVE flour. A fresh loaf of crisp, white, light, and appetiz ing bread is always hailed with delight by every member of the family when it is made from the PET GROVE flour. PRIOR"LIST. Emporium, Pa., April 22,1910. NKMOPIIILA, per sack fl 65 Felt's Fancy, " 1 70 Pet Grove, " 1 70 Roller Meal " M Rye " 75 Graham " 85 Buckwheat, 75 Buckwheat, 10 lb sack, 30 Coarse Meal per 100, 1 60 Chop Peed " * 50 | Cracked Corn per 100 1 50 I White Middlings,... 1 M Bran 1 SO Chicken Wheat " 2 00 Screenings " 1 60 Oil Meal " 2 00 Corn per bushel 84 WhiteOatf, per bushel. 57 Seed Oats, " 60 Oyster Shell s, per 100 75 Sterling Chick Feed 2 00 Sterling Scratch Feed 1 90 Daisy Dairy Feed, I 00 Calf Meal, 1581b bag 1 50 Mammoth UloverSeed, per bu 9 50 Medium Clover Seed, " 9 50 AUyke Clover Seed, " 9 50 Timothy Heed. " 2 75 German Millet Seed. " 2 25 *"1 m FRIDAY and SATURDAY BARGAINS® I STARCH « o •OA' 61 bs Laun- m M / I W Seven 5c dry Starch JL. JL -JH. cakes Acme H in bulk Soap for 25c Satisfactory Store 2&C I SUGAR TEA 1 BEANS 251b bag best 50c quality Tea N.Y. State hand Granulated black, green or picked pea beans Sugar mixed. 51bs for H $1.50 40c lb 25c I SHREDDED SARDINES ————— M WHEAT 5c Domestic ASPARAGUS 15c pkge Shred- packed in oil 6 , 3 ? c can extra ded Wheat Bis- cans fer white asparagus |j """ 12c 850 30c GRAPE FRUIT n\TFH " A CURRANTS Choice Florida i p r, bra " d russett Grape Best Persian cleaned Currants Fruit, four for dates 8c lb or 31bs in cartons nr„ Lb 8c 250 20c I In the House Furnishing Department PITCHERS—Fancy decorated 2qt pitchers, six styles, values up to 50c your choice 23c. CUSPIDORS —Regular 25c value at 19c. DRINKING GLASSES —Regular 75c very stout made Q especially for hotel use, the doz. 60c. A I Putter, Eggs and Cheese of the best grade. Choicest Fresh Fruits and Vegetables I High grade Teas and Coffees ■ I Fresh Caught Lake Fish. 1120 L r " E v L | t g";"| D " R A L M I FREE DELIVERY to all parts of Town I Twice Each Day Call at the store, phone, or ask for the order clerk to call. Your orders will have careful attention. 81 I You Gret Better Values Here. J H. DAY, I L Phone 6. Emporium. A ff t■ y 1 w—iwsr mim hbbhP Millinery Suits. Coats and Shirt Waists 1 ' Shirt Waist time is here and every lady wants them pretty. We have just secured a fine display j 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. 1 ' MRS. E. S. COPPERSMITH. If you have anything to be printed bring it to this office.