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only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ROYAL Baking Powder I Absolutely I Pure Highest in I Efficiency I 1 Hot Breads I LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Contribution* invited. That which you trot li tike to nee in thin department Jet u * know by pot tat card, tetter or per tonally . Hobby on The New Baby. We 'lll got a new toy lip four house. It ain't no lunger 'ner a mourn, lis tyes i« blue, like sister's doll. An 1 ll i no more hair than a billiard ball. It mailed audi face*, ye never saw Their like in all your lite before. lie's !■ .n a:.' squuxhy as a out. An' a* »-ius to love to siug an' chat. Though ho far, far as I have heard, •'(loo-gah" 's his oue and only word. He says it ninety tine - a day, Though what It means I cannot any. Ho far I think It's mighty queer They do not like to let uie near, ' v All* when I've a-.t t>> take him out They holler, "No!" My, how they about! Hut I'aw aud Maw, they do a pile Of piayin' with him all the wi. ie. I hope some time the day will tome A lit-n Iran pluround with him some, For 'I all the toya I ever aee He is the licit of ait that be. You'll aiutoa! think, to hear hint squeal. That he wan really, really real! Illakeuty liray, 111 Harper's Weekly Mrs. J. li. Mulcahy, apent Sutn'ay gii«**t (if tier iiiulhi i and other relatives at Driftwood (. S Gunxherg, of Kenovo, was a liusiniMH ualler itt thin place, on Tut a day between trains Mr. unit Mm. A. F. Vogt mill j tor, Misa Mitrie, spent Sunday guests of relative* at St. Mary*. A. H. Brewer, of Ittdgwiiy, spent a ahort time ill Emporium the taut of the week transacting btiaine**, li l(. Mctjuay made Ilie I'ltttM office a hiiatlit i» cull last Monthly morning, ■ renewing hla •übaerlptkm for another I y»u». Itev i-'ather T H. Utivnuy, actaim ji.Hii' I iiy ,\t .■»! r .)■ -nph M'ti'iile, * M|i«ii<liiiK tin weelt lit Sew York | Mr*. Helen Tuifijiift ami tlaujfltl* *, Mian I (IM, ars s, < ||l!ll „ till week al Kit Uamilng, t'.i , gut at* al the home of Mr and Mr» Geoi gi 111-Ike Miss May me Farroll visited her hro- j tliera and sister at Kane, Fridoy last. Dave Tilton came up trotn Sinnama- ' honing on Monday and visited be- j tween trains. W. S. Walker, of Austin, and 0. H. Felt, of this place, were very welcome j social callers on Tuesday. Miss Julia "Budd" Hogan spent a few hours at Port Allegany, last Sun day, guest of Miss Gertrude Butler. August Hout, who has been employ ed at Colegrove for the past few months, has returned to Emporium. John Clair, formerly of Emporium, hns recently moved from South Bend, Washington, to lone, in the same State. Miss Helen Smntss has accepted a position in the store of H. S. Lloyd and will assist during the holiday sea son. RUe Prosser and family, of Sizer ville spent several days in town the j pant week, guests of his parents, Chas. Prosser and family. Miss Ruby Heideck returned on Sun day from visiting in Ridgway and Dn Bois. She says that trains don't wait for you every place Miss Lizzie McMann, of Ridgway, was guest at the home of Mrs. Mar garet Murray and family, East Alle gany Ave., last Sunday. Councilman E. D. Mumford, who is employed on the Hill, had the misfor tune to break a couple of ribs, while working at Keating Summit, last week. Peter Ferguson, one of Flmporium Furnace Company's faithful employ ees, was a business caller at the Preps office on Tuerday morning and renew ed his subscription for the year. Mies Mary Weisman, who has been guest at the home of her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Bair, for a few days, returned to her home at Olean on Tuesday afternoon. W. C. Blair and wife, accompanied by their three sons, Wells, Delos and Jessie, of Kushequa, were guests of Carl A. Blair and wife on Thanksgiv ing- Miss Frances Krug, of St. Marys, was j guest of the Misses Mayme Farrell and j Erma Randolph the last of the week, j Miss Krug was a former resident of j this place. Messrs. Frank t Cavanaugh and Frank Housler, who spent Thanksgiv ing in town, guests at their respective homes, returned to Williamsport last Monday morning to resume their studies at the Commercial College. Mrs. Helen Melzger and Mr. Herbert Day, who are visiting relatives and friends in Bostom and vicinity, are ex pected to arrive at home next Monday. Mr. Cep.il Roper and wife, nee Miss Ethel Day, of this place, have recent- ! ly moved from the Canal Zone, Pan- ! ama, to Florida, and are located near 1 Emporia. Tlios. 11. Williams, President and ! General Manager of Cameron Sales ! Company, at Philadelphia, has been i visiting in town for a few days, guest | of Hon. G. W. Huntley, and family, j North Broad street. Carroll Mumford came over from Rochester to spend Sunday with his p-irents, .Mr. and Mrs. E. I). Mumford, Kast Allegany Avenue. He says he is getting along nicely and likes Rocher ter. Miss Phyllis Deltman, who has been guest of the Misses El tie and Hilda Kaehne, for the past month, returned to her home at Buffalo, last Saturday afternoon. Miss Deitmuu is a very pleasant young lady antl she made many friends during her visit to our city. | Howard M. Sehriner has returned home ftom Philadelphia, where he has completed his studies in embalming ai d is now a full Hedged embalmer. M . Sehriner spent Sunday in town, guest of friends, and on Monday went to the home of his parents at Port Alle„ai,y. Edward M. Coleman, of Olean, N. , Y., arrived in town last Friday and ' v*peu» a few daja visiting friends. Mr. Colei lan is n very pleasant young gentleman ami *h" Pri>s greatly en joyed his company for a short time on Saturday aftcrn 1 . lie returned to his 1 houuj ai Oka., on 5.....!.y tu.valng. j Hi to tMMtt ot Um la'el.. O OolvMß, I of this pi ICd Bargain Sale of Fine China. In i rn<*r to make room for new Chrin in.is goods, I ha>e tlt-eideii India pi.se of uiy entire line of fine French and German hand painlt d and decor ated china, regardless of coat. lii>t>in- j uing nest Friday, every piece ol china ill my store will he offered a Just one hail of the regular price. This will be an opportunity of a life time to get high Krade china at aliuoat give aw.»y price*. Come early and net fir>t choice. Vi-4t. Gko. MKTaUKM, Jk. The On* Great Inter**!. Rducatlnn Is the only interest I worthy the de»p, controlling umii-ty of the thoughtful man—Wi-utluU Phil , II pa Hilda la oHnetiM.il to a nobiu i tiara* tar, and tha Intra of pralaa la omt of Ihn rivllUliig alatneut* Hvurji Wird P**e be* CAMERONC OUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER i, 1910 Thanksgiving Notes. Miss Lora McQuay and Messrs. K. I M. McQuay, R. H. Edgar and E. J. Metz, spent the Thanksgiving Holi '■ daysj at Holidays at Clarion State | Normal School, renewing old acquuint j ances. Everett Pierson and John Ellis, of St. Marys, spent the day in town visit ing friends and relatives. They also attended the Mountaineer dance in the evening. Miss Ethel Brookshaw and Messrs. Howard Rodgers and Walter Straight, of Olean, N. Y., were guests at the home of Miss Bessie McQuay for a few j days the last of the week. . Miss Lena Bair, who is atfending Wenthrook Commercial at Olean, spent Thanksgiving guest of her parents, Mr_ and Mrs. Joshua Bair. She was ac companied home by Mit« Hazel Mc- Clure, who was her guest. Prof. W. G. Briner was guest of friends at Sterling Uun, on Thanks giving. Mrs. C. E. llenry and little duu,fil ter were guests of relatives and friends at Driltwood for tiie big day. W. S, Swartwood and family spent Thanksgiving guests at tiie home of Mr. S's parents at Sinnamahoning. Messrs. M. M. Larrabee and Clifton Larrabee spent Thanksgiving guests ;it the home of their son and brother, Mr. Don M. Larrabee and family, at Wil liameport. Ray Keeney, of Port Allegany, spent a short time in Emporium 011 Thanks giving evening and attended the big dance. Mrs. C. J. Lion, of St. Marys, nee Miss Kathryn Ritchie, of this place, WC*H guest of Miss Mayme Cummings laM T.'iurscLty and attended the dance in the evei.ing. C. H. Cordie, of Sinnamahoning, was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sager on Thanksgiving and took in the dance in the evening. S. J. Rell, of Sunbury, was in attend ance at the Annual Reception of the .Mountaineer Hose Company ou i Thauksgiving. Messrs. John Riley, J. 10. Kreider 1 and William Spencer, of Driftwood, j attended the dance on the evening of I Thanksgiving. St. Marys was well represented at the dance on Thanksgiving evening by the following: Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Murray, Mr. and Mrs Walter Vandusen and Mrs. G. A. Taylorson. Harry Jordan, of Brooklyn, N. Y., ! arrived in town 011 Thanksgiving I morning and spent a few days guest of | his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jordan i ana family, Sixth street. DEATH'S DOINGS. —an CRAVEN. | The death of our old citizen, Mr. | Chan. C. Craven, at his home at Sterl | ing Run, aged 08 years, one month and ( one day, is a great sorrow to his family | and friends. His remains will arrive .at Emporium Junction, to-morrow I (Friday) on Erie Mail. The iremains ! will be conveyed to Newton Cemetery i for burial. Undertaker C. W. liishell j will be in charge. LAWTON. Thos. I.nwlon, aged tM. who worked j in this section for several years, died suddenly, last Wednesday evening, , at the residence of Jacob Krc ilner at j Gardeau, in whoso employ he had been ! for s me time Undertaker Kishell drove up lnte at nig It, bringing his remains to Lttßar's undertaking room. His remains were interred in Wiley cemetary last Friday. He evidently j had no friends in this section. X IIIV.H L»P*L !J F A 11. " j Sold m Emporium by L. Taggarl and R C Orison '([Square Deal Mills EMPORIUM. PA. E. J. Rogers, Prop'r ora MOTTO: llonttst Weight I lionritt Goods. Have you tried our Huckwht-nt I'li'Ur, Jim our etint pure. I'ut up in 5, |U iind pound s. A trial is all we H»k. ('all, phone or write. Out of town orders ttlt ftnine tiny re eei veil. A <tlmr«) ol the lr«ii» r«»|nni lully Milleited Don't Overlook This Feature. In the hurry of selecting Christmas presents you should not forget the im portant feature of reliability in any thing you give as a present. This is best illustrated in this way: The House of Metzger the Jeweler, was establish ed in 1863, and any present bearing the imprint of this establishment, has reliability in the broadest sense of the word guaranteed to it. If you shopld receive a gift that was bought at this establishment, that does not prove absolutely all that it was recommend ed, you will confer a great favor upon the proprietor by- bringing it back and j allowing us to make it satisfactory. j 42 it. METZGER THE JEWELER. For Sale. A combination billiard and pool table for home use, Complete outfit, practically new, at a bargain. Apply to Leon R. Felt, Emporium, Pa. n42-tf I Wednesday, December 14th will be our opening day I for holiday candies and 1 other choice articles. Every purchaser 0:1 that 1 day will be presented with I a beautiful ROSE. • Make us a call and see S our tine display of Xir.as I Candies, Fruits and Nuts. K fSeger & €O, j PHCNE 21. 2'- r , r.aaai j EMPORIUM MILLING COMPANY. | There's a Happy New Year Coming to those who resolve to use only Em porium Roller Mills tlour intho house- i hold. Flour is the most important j food product used, snd therefore it is j equally important that it should be ' good and nutritious. Whether lor | bread, cakes or pastry, the PET GROVE flour will be found by exper ience to lulllll all requirements. !*P.||TE~LIBT. Piupormui, I'M., Nov. jo, into. N KMOI'll IL A, |>t*i tl to Kelt'* K»acv, " I V> Hut (trove. " I «U (toiler M»»l " VI Hvr " rtrnhniu. .. .. " To ! Ni'W ItilckwhMt Kluiir. 'I Hi. vu'k T?« I » cui'kwiM a Klmir. lo ih «Mik, . :r> 1 r. .!,-<■ >l .1 i« i li o I H ! ak< pi -i. .•■ i » OtiulmM'orn i"-r li*> ... . . .. I !\ ' Whlti S*U!a:.i.t; . . ... I • ~. < »'• ' 1. II kl :. \\ kM! I HI 9 SrrrrnuiK» " I V> I I 111 Jiiwl '• I l* Corn ui rb.i*l.«i . 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Iklik <' 1i>..(•..« tiM* HO*« Mf ,k ut Kniuiuw. IVMH><i lIIKM .«M.| , . 1 ... I ■ I | k.i I Kits a.IIIMI>>.I>*IK>u. i t » llh j I 4 ulttli , li«viii|| »»«*«»! • : iiol«-r >ikio«l. all pifmtll lutltblrtl lu lit* wiiil K»(.»le mtv rv*|tie*UiM L«> |MV told 10.1 TH.-MF imviug vlaiMi* li» *1 ll»« »tit»out «|«» j lay lo .|.tmmt»ir«|iu If I (Ui k . V ¥ll 112 ; lumt*o«iiiiM. !*»., Suv \#h, t«iu It »I CMfIMHIIMHi IfIHMHB Thanksgiving Over—Now for Christmas " ESH T\ AC DRAkE S ■ POTATO UJ\ J J RAIS ' N ■ CHIPS CAKE The Satisfactory Store 9 5c Pkg. 20c Lb. ■ I For twenty years we have dispensed to the people of Emporium and vicinity the Best Holiday Groceries and Other Good Things procurable. Also in later I years have supplied neeiK in the line of Housewares, China, Crockery, etc. We are here to serve you again £ I in our usual satisfactory manner and confidently lcok A for your patronage. Keep Watch for Bargains. ® Economy Prices for Friday and Saturday • 251b bag Best Granulated Sugar $1.45. 7 lbs best Rolled Oats 25c. (fe "Clover Hill" Butter the best butter made, lb. 37c. I N. Y. State, New Crop, Pea Beans, lb sc. I Wet Mince Meat, regular 15c goods, 2 lbs 25c. 150 c California late Valencies, Oranges, doz 40c. 25c Apricots, Extra Choice, the can 20c. 12c "Elite" Brand Mustard Sardines, can 10c. Six lbs Laundry Starch in bulk for 25c. Three 10c cans Potted Meat, 25c. ioc Roll High Grade Toilet Tissue Bc. I "Ajax" Dip Pans, size 10x12 inches, each <Sc. § I Sanitary Baltimore Shucked Oysters Frpsh faiicrh I akp Fish LEAVE ORDERS FOR DE I 1 ICMI IrdUgll LdKC 1 lolly LIVERY EARLY FRIDAY a. m 9 I Delivery to ail Parts of Town Twice i Each Day. You G-et Better Values Here. I Wanted GOOD FRESH HEN'S EGGS. For which fi we will pay the cash or exchange former- M chandise in our line. J. 11. DAY, l L Phone 6. Emporium. A • fTTflWfWFIifr IT yiffllffMPfW 13 "ftW-WR iiW** —kß j ReduclionSalooiiallMillinery i ; 'f/jr We have put our entire stock of Trimmed Hats and Tailored Hats on sale at 1-3 of former price. All Wings and Fancy Feathers at 1-2 former price. 25 per cent, off on Wil low Plumes. We have some bargains in this line of goods. We have a few of our 1 Fine Pattern Hats which we will sell at a sacrifice. 1 LUDLAMS.