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Cameron County Press HENRY 11. MULLIN, ICditor and Proprietor OTTVJM/* P*OCI»FOOT, Assistant and Manager RAYMOND KLEES, Assistaut Foreman. • W. Boon' STERNER, Assistant Local Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, JOHN K. TENER, Charleroi, Washington county. For Lieutenant Governor, CONGRESSMAN JOHN M. REYNOLDS, Bedford county. For Secretary of Internal Affairs, HENRY HOUCK. Lebanon County. For State Treasurer, C. FRED WRIGHT, Susquehanna county. For Congress, CHAB. E. PATTON, Clearfield County. 'For Representative in General Assembly, JOSIAH HOWARD. Emporium. Forced to Leave Homo. ' Every year a number of poor suffer ers whose lungs are sore and racked with -couehfl are urged togo to another clim ate." But this is costly and not always sure. There's a better way. Let Dr. 'King's New Discovery cure you at home. "It cured me of lung trouble," writes W. !R. Nelson, of Calamine, Ark., "when all •else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight. It is surely the King of all •cough and lung cures " Thousands owe <their lives and health to it. It's positi vely guaranteed for coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup—All throat and lung troubles, 50c and SI.OO. Trial bot tle free at all drucrsists. Weak, Weary Women. Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and End Them. When the buck aches and throbs. When housework is torture. When ni<;ht brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary orders set in. Woman's lot is a weary one. There is a way to escape these woes. Doan's Kidney I 'ills cure such ills. Have cured women here in Emporium. This is one Emporium womau's testi mony. Mrs. Phoebe .Morse, Fifth Street, Em porium, Pa., says:"l have taken Poan s Kidney Pills and can stron«ly recom mend them for kidnev trouble. I pro cured Doan's Kidney Pills at Ta«gart's Druu Store and their use relieved me of a long standing attack of kidney trouble. I take pleasure in making the fact knowu that Doan's Kidney I'ilU can be depended upon." Prices 2oe; 35c; 50 and 700. For sale by all dealers. Price *>o cents, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents. Remember the name— Doau's—and take no other. Nailed him To The Sidewalk. A man nailed to the sidewalk is hard ly a worse predicament than one who feels too languid to move. Sexine Fills are guaranteed tor any form of nerve ■weel'ness in men or women, l'rice il a box. 6 boxes 8"). Address or call on R. C. Dodson. Drut'gist, Emporium, where •they sell all the principal remedies and io not substitute. Reaching the Top in auy calling of life, demands a vigorous body and a keen brain. Without health there is no success. But Electric Bitters is the-greatest Health Builder the world lias ever known. It compels perfect ac tion of the stomach, liver, kidneys, bow •els, purifies and enriches the blood, tones and invigorates the whole system and en ables you to stand the wear and tear of your daily work. ''After months of suf fering from Kidney trouble," writes W. M. Sherman, of Cushing, Me., three bot tles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man. 50c. at all druggists. It is in time of sudden mishap or ac cident that Chamberlain's Liniment can he relied upon to take the place of the family doctor, who cannot be always iouud at the moment. Then it is that Chamberlain's Liniment is never tound wanting. In cases of sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain s Liui ment takes otA the soreness and drives »wuy the pain. Bold by all dealer*. It Beats All. This is ijuoted Irutn a letter of M. Stock well tlaumbal. Mo. "1 recently U*«*d Foley's Honey and Tar for the first time. To say I am pleased dose not hall express my feelings. It beats all the remedies I ever used I contracted a bad cold and was thrcatem-d with pneu m-'Uia. The first done* gave great relief and one bottle completely cured toe." Contain* no opiate*. For sale by Kui porium Drug Co. Kill* | Murderer. A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victim*, but Dr. Kind's New Lite Fills kill it by prevention. They Heutly stimulate stomach, liver and bow «L, preventing that c tint unites app' udicitiH, eunug Constipation, Head aehc, Biliou*ucn«, Chill* 'i>Vi. at all the Druggists. '( lnuiberlain's Cnugb Reui<<dy hi- be H'onie famous for its cure* of <*oughs md tiubis, uT'iuii and influ'-nta Try it when •n nc<d It contain* no harmful s<ib> stance and always gives prompt relief. .Hold liy all dealers. THE NEWS SUMMARY Short Items from Various Parts of the World. Record of Many Happenings Condensed and Put In Small Space and Ar ranged With Bpecial Regard For the Convenience of the Reader Who Haa Little Time to Spar*. Thursday. Hundreds of persons were injured la Berlin, when the police adopted severe measures to quell the strikers in the Moabit district; women took a prominent part In attacks on the offi cers. Advices from Naples say that vic tims of cholera are dying in the streets and that 100,000 persons have left the city; suspected oases are re ported from Palermo, Leghorn and Turin. President Taft and the cabinet cided to put all assistant postmasters, numbering about 8,000, under civil service rules; they also cut army esti mates $10,000,000. James Creelman made public a let ter of Mayor Qaynor to him in which the mayor asked Mr. Creelman to make it plain for him, It necessary, that he would not accept the Demo> cratic nomination for governor. Friday. Several New York correspondents watching the dispersal of strikers in the Moabit district of Berlin were in jured by police, who attacked them with sabres. Fifteen cases of cholera and nine deaths were officially reported from Naples lu the last twenty-four hours: strict precautions are being taken in New York city. The Wisconsin Republican state convention, which was controlled by La Follette, adopted a radical progres sive platform, voicing his views and policies. The Federation of Master Cotton Spinners of England decided to make no concessions to their employes, and a lockout of 150,000 persons is ex pected Oct. 1. Saturday. It was reported from St. Johns, N. F., that the I-ahrador fishermen faced a winter of privation, as the catch was the smallest in the history o!' the organized industry. Vice President Sherman, at Utica, N. Y.. said that he accepted the result of the Republican state convention complacently and would support the ticket nominated; William Barnes, Jr., of Albany, also promised support for the ticket. Sir Thomas Vesey Strong wa elected Lord Mayor of London; ho is the first teetotaller to occupy that office. The funeral of George Chavez, who crossed the Alps in an aeroplane was held in Do mo d'Osollo, where he fell from his machine. Monday. Deficiencies found in the moral character of Columbus, according to a dispatch from Paris, make it unlikely that th<f explorer will be canonized London financiers have received advices from Nicaragua, saying that the I'nited States will lend that coun try $2'»,000,00(i and manage its finan cial administration. The aeronaut, Henri Wynmalln, es tablished a new record at Milan, as cending 9.121 feet; his engine was dis abled by the cold and he was forced to plane to the earth. Ninetetn persons were killed by firo following an explosion which wrecked the plant of the lx>s Angeles Times; union labor was blamed for the ex plosion as well as for three other out rages. Tuesday. The English board of trade has sub mitted a compromise In the lockout of cotton employes which the work men have accepted and the employers are expected to approve. The fiancee of Edraond Polllot. who was killed on Sept. 25 by the fall of his aeroplane, went to his grave and shot herself through the heart. Twenty-eight now cases of cholera and six deaths wern reported from the city and province of Naples. It was learned at Washington that Wu Ting Fa'i»; had memorialized the throne of China in favor of abolishing Ike queue The freighter New York foundered in Thunder bav, Lake Huron; the erew was rescues According to official estimates, 21> of the crew wire lost whon the bat tleship New Hampshire's boat sank Saturday nlKlit. and 13 additional men were reported ml»elng from rollcall. Wednesday, Hooker T. Washington waa the gu«Hit of King Frederick of Denmark, taking dinner at the palace at t'opeu hagen and Meeting members of the royal family, including Queen Alex andra of England, fount Le«« Tolstoy, In an Interview fiibllxhed in Ht. Petersburg, called the Jewish pale absurd and a violation of human rights. Eight new cases of cholera and Ave de.tilt* from the ill*»a*« were report ed lu the city of Naples alone. John I'urroy Mltchnl, In the report of his stewardship as acting mayor of New York city a»k«d SI .our (iaynor Uu 4l»mt*s Police t'omission* r lUker. 'barging the ikilli >' iiniimi<el>iii»r elHi i!ls"t • rtlei ► and falsehood CAMERON COUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1910. •• - mm- .JL^j—C .-.. 5&, News Snapshots Off the Week .11 OTST the nation. Brooklns* flights hi Chicago gave the Windy Gtty its first *iew craft, and the first meeting of President Taft's cabinet altar A* fISMHr lauatt— ««wM a pvanlatat part ta the weth's awn. Autumn Arbor Day. Be who plants a tree. He plants love; Tents of coolness spreading oat above Wayfarers be may not live to see, CHfls that grow are best; Hands tbat bless are best. Plants Life does the rest! Heaven and earth help him who plants a tree, And his work his own reward shall be —Lucy Larom. Th# observance of Arbor Day has created a patriotic interest in the planting and preservation of trees. It has convinced the public ot the im portance of preventing and stopping forest fires, of the need of re-foresting the vast mountain areas from which the timber has been cut, and of the necessity of conserving the forests at sources of our streams thereby to regu late the flow of water and to lessen the floods and freshets which rob the land of its soil and fertility. Morover it is now generally admit ted that Arbor Day should be observ ed when all the country schools are in session. For this purpose Friday, Oct. 28, 1910, is designated as Autumn Arbor Day, and all the schools, both public and private, are hereby urged to observe the day by suitable exer cises, especially by the planting of trees. Let us all plant trees. Let us plant trees for fruit, for shade, for beauty and for the sake of the many industries in which wood is used. Let UH plant trees for the sake of ourselves and our posterity, for the sake of the nation and of humanity everywhere. Let us put our prayers for future bless- ', iiigs into visible shape by starting ; trees that will answer our prayers by making possible the conservation of our national resources and the prepet- 1 uation of our national greatness. NATHAN O. SCHAEFFER State Supt. of Public Instruction. Harrishurg, Sept. 20, 1910. The Churches. FIRST MHTHODIST EPISCOPAL. REV. J. F. ANDERSON, Pastor. The pastor will preach at 10:30 a. m., j and at 7:30 p. m. Morning subject, "Dynamics of the Kingdom;" evening, 1 "Ruth the True Hearted." All other services of the day will be obssrved. Heats free, and a cordial welcome to all. V EMMANUEL CHURCH. REV. M. L. TATE, Rector. The following services will be held next Sunday: There will be an early Celebration of the Holy Communion at 7:30 o'clock. Morning Prayer and Sermon at 10:- 30, The theme will be taken from the Firat Lesson of the morning and will be: "Ood's Care of Elijah." The Secoud Sunday of each month will be devoted to dlscuaaing subjects especially appropriate for young peo ple. A special sermon will be deliver ed to Young Men next Sunday even ing, the theme will be: "Young Men; Errors and Ambition." All young men who are not affiliated with any other church ill ttie community are cordially invited to worship with us next Sunday evening Strangers are always welcome at Emmanuel Church. Honor Holl. Sterling Run School Honor Roll: iiRAMMAR. Isuila l'adolf, I'aul Whiting, Dewey Whiting, Itaymond Strawhridge, John Whiting, Ward Whiting, John How lett, Oeorgi* llart, Margaret Summer eon, -Mary liagley, J twain How lett, Marian Whitinit, Jennie llowlett. EZRA B. SMITH, Teacher. PRIMARY, I John Hagley, Sol borne Huoce, Francis How lull, Calvin llowlett, Fred ' Hummeraon, Douald Sumiueraou, llaaei Whiting, Itae l'adolf, Eva Whit [ mg, Mary Hruno. I leva liruno, Irene Han ley, Alice liagley, lleleu Hart, i l.ooiaa Hart, I.a Verne Smith, Lillian Strawbridge, Nell la Hunee. (iLAUVa I* O'KKKTK; Teacher, Latest Popular Music. Mlsa May (iould, teacher of piano fort hat r<M-elv«d a full linn of th« lat eel aud moat popular aheet uiuale. All the popular aire. Popular aud elaaa !eal music, prices reasonable. 44 U. The nomination of Henry 1* Stlmson by the Republican* of New Tort was an Important event In the political calendar. The Installation of a sotraMfUl trackless trolley line near Los Angeles, Cat, marks an epoch la transportation. Contests for the James Gordon Bennett trophy for the fastest flight In an aeroplane will be held the latter part of October. The YanderbUt cop races were watched by thousands. Vice President Sherman's defeat by Booaereit at Saratoga was watched by politicians Letten from the People. All communications under this head must be accompanied by the writer's name. We will not he heln responsible for any expression in tbls department.— EDlTOß. A Few Reports Corrected. EDITOR PRESS : Please allow me space in your paper, in which I wish to nail some lies, which have been reported in our Valley as well as in Emporium. The first is the false report of my wife and myself not paying for the property we now have. Our good (?) friend, if yon wish to call him such, has perhaps for gotten that more than half of the amount for our property was paid twenty-nine years ago and if be denies this statement, we can show him re ceipts signed by his wife and the bal ance of purchase money was paid when he and his wife went before Mr. M. M. Larrabee, J. P., and had the deed made out and the full amount receipted on j said deed which can be seen at the | Court House in Emporium. The same I party has sent out the report that I J cheated him out of twenty-eight dol lars worth of ginseng in weighing it. Now I weigh ginseng and pay for it on the same scales that I weigh the goods that I sell over my counter and I will give ten dollars to the party who will show that I have cheated in weight or j measure. Another lie of our good I friend, as you may call him, is that I ; stole forty or fifty dollars worth of lumber from the School Board of Ship pen township and got it home before day-break with my team and hid it in my barn under the hay, and then built 1 two porches with it. Now I will say that these are lies, without poiish or whitewash. There is not one dollar's worth of lumber in either porch that I did not buy at Mr. Rowley's lumber yard in Emporium and the old lumber, i my good friend who has so much to say about, is the lumber I sent my of- | fer into the school board for and they ' accepted, deducting the same from my order for carpeutar work, and every man that is honest and just in his judg ment will say the school board was cor lect in selling the lumber at my offer. One more lie will be sufficient for this time. Our good friend made the state ment that one director paid forty dol lars of a grocery bill with lumber. ; Now there has not been one school di rector ever paid one dollar with lum-1 ber to me for store bills or anything else. I have more respect for our offi cers than to give out or report such a lie. If thia ia not enough we will give more later on. FRANK J. LEWIS, Rick Valley, Pa. • —• Capt. Bogardus Again hits the Bull'* Ey*. This world famous riffle shot who , holds the championship record of 100 . pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is living at Linoln, 111. Recently interviewed, : be says:—"l suffered a long time with j kidney and bladder trouble and used i several well knowu kidney medicines, all j of which gave uie no relief until I started taking Foley's Kidney Pills. Before I used Foley Kidney Pills I had severe backaches and pains in my kidneys with suppression and a .-loudy voiding. On ; arising in the morning I would get dull headaches. Now I have taken three | bottles of Foley Kidney Pills and feel I I (10 per cent, better. lam never both ered with tuy kidneys or bUddcr aud 1 again feel like tuy own self. ' For sale j by Ktupoiiuuj I hug Co. !Tbe plcaaaut purgative effect exper ienced by alt who use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and lit* I healthy condition of the body and mind srhich they create, make* one feel joyful. | Hold by all dealer. A Mailable ,*s«lUlna-Not a Narcotic. tiet the g<nmne Foley'a Honey and I Tar in the yellow package. It is aafe i and effective Contains no opiates. lie ' t'uae substitutes. Sold by Emporium j Drug Co. Warning All pcrsoi a art* hereby forbidden from lr«M|ia*»iii} U|xtn the property of this (\un|>acy without a permit Iruiu this ofltcv, o,* the Manatfur at the works' Khhtoni. I'm* ns.it M»o ru. Kmporium, I'*.. August Ist |HMI It's The World's Best. No one has ever made a salve, oint ment or balm to compare with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the one perfect heal er of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Eczema, Salt Rheum. For sore eves, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprains, it's supreme. Infallible for Piles. Only 25c. at all Druggists. For nore Than Three Decades. Foley's Honey and Tar has been a household favorite for coughs, colds, and ailments of the throat, chest and lungs. Contains no opiates. For sale by Em porium Drug Co. Good Piano for Sale. A Bradbury Piano (square) in good condition. Apply at PRESS office. 37-tf. Notice of Meeting of Stockholders of Cameron Powder Manufacturing Company to Vote on Proposed In crease of Capital Stock. N'OTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders of the Cameron Powder Manufacturing Company, that a special meeting of the Stock holders of said corporation will be held at the general office of said company, in Emporium, Pa., on the fith day of December, 1910, at one o'clock, I'. M„ to take action on the proposed in crease of the capital stock of said corporation from one 1 undred thousand dollars to one ban died and fitly thousand dollars. JOHN SCHWAB, Secretary. Emporium, Pa., Oct. Ist, 19X0.— 31-9t. 1 MILLINERY| I Now the opening is | 1 over, and everything sj is in full swing for the | Hi winter trade. g2 I We have an excellent M Ml force in our workroom || and are prepared to do M all branches of the || work. • p New Trimmed Hats £$ in our Show Room m every day. H LUDLAMS. | FOURTH ST., KMI'ORII'M, PA. g| Hoarseness in a cbild subject to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy is given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared, it will pre vent the attack. Contains no poison. Sold by all dealers. Good results always follow the use of Foley Kidney Pills. They contain just the ingredients necessary to tone, streng then and regulate the kidneys and blad der, and to cure backache. For sale bj Emporium Drug Co. JEW MM! THE CREATEST THEATRICAL PAPER IN THE WORLD PUBLISHED WEEKLY. $4.00 PER YEAR HOTELS, DRUCCISY3, SFECS ALISTS, COSTUMERG, TRANSFER, CAS AND 'P.'JS SERVICE CAN PROFIT BY USINC ITS ADVERTISING COLUMNS SAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW YORK CLIPPER N'W York, N. " KEELEYCURE I The cure that has been continuously ■ successful for more than 31 years is I worth investigating. For the drug or I drink habit. Write for particulars. • I 'Only Keeley Institute in Western I Penna. 4J440 Fifth Ave., J*itt»l>urgh, I*JU I 4