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| Countyl I Netfs | CAMERON Winter seems to have set in full in this vicinity—snow every day. J. K. Lester returned from York State Monday. W. If. McCann was a business caller at Driftwood Tuesday. Harry Morse, "Pogey" Stewart, Cy Lupro and E M. McFadden were busi ness callers at Driftwood Tuesday. S. S. Hieks entertained his two sisters, from Clearfield Co., a few days last week. J. W. Harvey speut a c'ay at Hillings hunting for bear. Sheriff Nor:i> was a business caller in town Monday. ft is rumored that v.eddirm bells will ring merrily on Christmas Eve. Geo. Wykoff an ! party of hua ers ar rived here Tuesday hi; 11 ing for birds, meeting with good success. Mrs. M. Phoenix, who ha- been visit ing for some time at Miles'.ejrg, returned home Monday evening. Fred Armstrong and Robert Thomas, of Emporium, visited lriends in town Saturday and Sunday. Come again, boys. D. B. Peterson, who is teaching school at Kane, visited his family over Thanks giving. G. L. Page lost a valuable bird dog, on the railroad at this place, Monday. Miss Laura McDonald, teacher of the Grammar School, visited her home at Driftwood, onTuesday. Ed. Schwab received a valuable sheep from York State last week. Frank Sullivan and party who spent two days hunting in Potter county re turned home Thanksgiving evening. Mrs. Wm. McNain spent Saturday at Sinnamahoning. Grant Hart, of Sterling Bun, was a caller in town several days the past week. "Pogey" Stewart was called to Drift wood on a law suit Tuesday, as a witness. Edw. Clark is the champion skunk trapper of the county. He has $25 worth of furs and §lO worth of smell and so far and challenges anybody to beat him' MI K E. NORTH CREEK. The Misses Maggie and Lizzie Moon, who have been visiting here, have return ed to their homes at Scranton and Bum mersfield, Pa. Beatrice Taylor, of West Creek, spent Thanksgiving here with relatives. Balpli Brown and "Dorse" Lewis, of Bich Valley, visited at Mrs. Solvcson's Friday. Everel Housler and wife are home af ter an extended visit with relatives and friends at, Frewsburg, N. Y. F. A. Lewis returned home from Black Creek, N. Y., where he visited his daughter. He also visited in Little Genesee, Houghton, and other points. Walter Smith went to town Friday. Aunt Beckey Spenoe is visiting here, guest of her niece, Mrs. Annie I lousier. F. A. Lewis was a visitor to the city, Wednesday. Hazel Chandler eauie home Sunday evening, alter a week's visit with her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Leavitt and family,at Emporium. Mrs. Caroline Haskins returned to her home after visit'ng relatives for a few days. Lon \\ hcatou and daughter, Leona, visited with D N. Chandler and family Sunday evening. Wtu. F. Lewis arid Lew Yates were in Emporium Saturday. Everel Housler and wile uiet with an accident Fiiday night on returuiug from the city. The night was very dark and being almost impossible to guide a horse, the animal was trusted to keep the road. It however, kept too near the precipice side of the road and a slide OVI r against the wire fence was the result. It was necc -ary to cut parts of the harness and also the wire fi-noe, to extricate the horse, which, when trei ran down th<% preei pioe into the creek. Mr- Housler re ceived several bruises but no serious dam age was done only the scare and that was a-plenty. Fred Solvesou Killed some nice gjun Monday. 'Twas not a bear—but a pork er. Inch- Milton Griffin is gue.-t of Mrs. Solvesou and family. Nov. L»i», 1910. Bi.rr. JAY. Clarion State Normal School. The Clarion State Normal School Is offering special course" of study dur ing the Winter Term for young men and women whose opportunities have been limited. Tuition is free and the cost of board is low. Drop a postal card to the Principal, Clarion, I'M., and get fllll | articular*. (let the (lenulne Always. A substitute is * dangerous makeshift especially iu medicine. The genuine Foley's llouoy sud Tar curt* coughs and cold quickly and is in a yellow package. Accept no liuliMitutcN. For -ale by Em porium Drug Co. CAMERON. School opened again, after two days vacation. Paul Harvey starts for Standley, N. V., ir: a few days. Mrs. Fred Comley visited Emporium Saturday. Miss (icrtrude Hoag, whois attending Normal School at Lock Haven, visited houie folks for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Mary Leonard spent Saturday at the lioine of Mrs. H. L. Webster, at Canoe Hun. Miss Cora Ktniir irets a position, as telegraph operator in a few weeks. She is learning with E. D. Krape. William Wykofl went to Hieks ltun the fore part of last week, lie took his gun, and expects to be absent about three weeks; so please look out Mrs. Pheasant and Mrs. Cottontail. O. W. Evans, of Sterling Jinn, was ealliug on friends Saturday evening. Wonder who Oliver is looking after? We haven't seen him on our streets for some lime. John Schwab spent Sunday at home. Reports from the woods are coming in '•like news from the front.' A few hunters have been injured, and several narrow escapes have beeu recorded, but Frauk Sullivan, better known as "Jack Schwab of Buffalo," says if they hunt with him he will ensure you that there will be no accidents. Jack expects to start for New York in a few days. Our hunters are cracksmen. J. W. Harvey went to Sinnamahoning Satur day, returuiug with a black squirrel and one pheasant. Dad McCann made a business trip to Sterling Bun Saturday. Dan McFadden and Grant Walker re turned, one day last week with a good supply of pheasants. Miss Gertrude Wickett visited her sitter, Kathern, at Driftwood, Sunday. Wedding Bells soon will ring. Who? Then we will get our Haleeka Club ci gars. John Yocolona was a business caller at Emporium, Saturday night. Sam and Everett Barr were seen on our streets Saturday night. S. S. Hicks' two sisters, from Pitts field, Pa., are visiting him for a few days. Mrs. William McVane and Master Willie were visiting friends at Sinnama honing Saturday. Fred Armstrong, ot Emporium, was calling at Fred Comley's Saturday even ing. DAISY. SIZERVILLI. We miss "Facts From Four Mile" this week. Can't be their stock has be come exhausted, so soon? The new track is laid through our town and uncle "Bill"' Law has the record of running the first engine across the un lucky spot where so many big wrecks have occured. "Bill" says the new steel bridges will put an end to wrecks at that particular point. Mr. Chas. McCill, of Milton, severed his connection with the Pennsy carpen ter gang and has departed for home. He left many admiring friends behind. He will operate his broom factory during the winter months, he raising large quanti ties of the corn. The Box Social was a financial suc cess. Miss \ ieforv netted the snug sum of §<JO, Miss May Prosser carried off the prize for the most superb box. She greatly enjoyed the distinction as well as her many friends. J. H. Caton is laid up with an injured knee, having sustained it while handling a heavy plank in his mill. He is con lined to the house under the Dr's care. It is hoped the injury will not prove icri ous. Chan. Howard and Chas. Hockley ar« making extensive preparations fur swine and squab raising, having all the facili ties and natural advantages at their com mand. They certainly will reap a har vest in the near future and we sincerely hope they may. It. It. Agent I'rosser and family are taking a much needed vacation. They are etijoyiug the tiaiental rool again of his childhood days, Mr. Faru*worth do ing the agency work during his absence. Mr. liurtou, who has charge of the (tump station at Hhippen, occupies the gr «*u house. 11 is family liaviug been seriously ill prevented his moving until of late date. W c welcome him to our huig circle. 'l'll new bloek system is lieiug install ed. The p. in., can at all times see when the bioek is in line. We hear many expressions of regret that the new public highway is being de tained in building as laid out, it hav ing been completed as far a< the sclusj house. We predict it's early completion and see the dangerous public grade cross int's eliminated. The mighty hunters are slaying much game ar<>und tiardcau cine party being called tu I'ort Allegany to settle lor hay ing hounds in the Woods They rami down to the tune of fl'tlll mid departed tor llleii hollies, wiser lltld better IIICII. The judu'e told then togo and sin no more thev "got. XXX. Wani ku:-K very one tu Kmporiuui and vicinity to rend the opening < li ters uf the new serial by Hubert \V. ('handier* in the Nuvniiiber no oilier of CoemopollUii Magazine. It In the greatest novel of the year ami U Illus trated by t'harlen liana tllbnon. II K. (War Hhhi|fle« M |wr thousand at 111, Howard .% I 'o'l. CAMERON COUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER i. 1910, HOWARD SIDING. Miss ltuby Heidick spent Thanksgiv ing at Dußois; also at llidgway and Brookville. Mrs. M. Iv Close has returned from a two week's visit at llidgway and St. Marys. Mr. Thatcher, of Philadelphia, preach ed at Howard Siding school house Sun dav morning and evening. lie is a God. ly man. We wish there had been more out to have heard him. Mrs. Snyder, of Williamsport, is spend ing a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Claytou Touer, at this place. Mrs. Wm. Johnson, and daughter Irene, ol Bryan Hill, spent Saturday night and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Close. Mrs. Thos. J. Norton spent Thanks giving with her son, Arthur, at Brync dale. x.x. SINNAMAHONING. William Swart wood and family, of Emporium, spent Thanksgiving with his parents. Mr. llaskins and wife were up to Aus tin last week. C. 1 11. Cordie tarried on Sunday in Emporium. Miss Agnes McDonald, of Driftwood, was the guest of Mrs. C. W. Gray on Sunday. Miss Maud Callahan, of Driftwood, was the guest of Miss Ethel llunyan on Wednesday evening. Mr. Tillburg was a Williainsport visi tor on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Brooks went to lleuovo, Thursday, to visit, their daughter. Mrs. Herman Krebs is at home from Lock Haven hospital, where she spent a week with her mother. Miss Ethel llunyan spent Wednesday in Emporium. Mrs. Henry Caldwell is visiting in Renovo. Mr. Nace Drum, of Dußois, spent last Wednesday with his parents at this place. Nov. 29, 1910. N.Y 'A. STERLING RUN. Mr. Brua Keefer, of Wiliiamsport, and Sfjuire Eddy, in two days' hunt re cently bagged 12 nice birds, at Frankle Foot, a few miles out from Huntley. Mrs. Florence Brenneman, of llarris burg, aud Miss Lulu Lewis were visitors at Emporium Sunday, guests of Mrs. J. P. MeNarney. Miss Nannie Spcnce, of Emporium, is a visitor in town. Mrs. Tom Marks and children, of Glean, are the guests of parcuts, S. L. Bunee and wife. Mrs. John Nceuan, who has been quite ill, is better at this writing. Mrs. Marshall, of Emporium, was call ed here Sunday on account of the serious illness of her father, C. C. Craven. Carlton Smith, Geo. O'K'efe, Teoka Whiting and Mildred? mwbridge spent Thanksgiving at hou.e i lun/nig to school Monday. Mr. Fred Brennemau, wife and bro ther and Chaa. Miller after spending a week in town, guests of Mrs. Jessie 15. Lewis returned to their home at llarris burg. Wednesday, having bagged ('» birds and 8 rabbits. Mrs. Dr. Wright, ot Erie, was die guest of her mother. .Mrs. Derrick-, re cently. Mrs. J. A. Dice returned home Mon day from a week's visit with relatives at Vork. Miss Minnie Quiiin aoi 1 Mioses Wells and Quinn ot Emp< i iuni arc the guests of former's parents, ' Viu. Merry and wife. Thos. J. Lynch, who has been work itig at Elkland, is home on a short visit. Mrs. Mike Donahue and children visi ted relatiws in St. Marys over Sunday. Master (ieo. aud Arthur Warner, of Emporium, were the guests of Mrs. Jes sie Lewis, recently. Mike Parker. Wilson Horry, Clarence Howlett and Loui> Whiting returned lion.i .i.'uiduj lioiii u limiting nip to Mo <|iiii f'p ■!. Mike Parker killed a very bie« buck wltieh weighed when drc--ed I i)i pouud*. Wilson Berry killed one somewhat smaller. Mi*s H. L Brink returned home Iron. Middlotoffti recently where she was eulled on account ol (lie <lnth of her uncle. Mrs. A. A. Smith and daughter vi.-it ed relative* at Beeeh ('reek Saturday. Mi»s Nettie Kiweli ii, a visitor ut Sin nnm iteming, gue>t ol h«*r sinter, Mn. T. S. IHlimi. Mrs. Abe Padolf uud sop visited lor tuee's brother, N Hilin, at Sinniuiiahou iug, Monday. C. C. Craven was stricken with paraly «i» last Saturday, and died Tuesday niuht ut 10 o'clock. Will be buried at Em porium Friday. Funerul wrviee* ■( his Ulu reoidruee I'riday A. M at Sterling Hun. Mic* Clara Si.-w.irt, ol hi ill wood, was the kuu*i of lo t uuel< N| ort. Diiiinny re cently. Mr. aud Mrs. C«.b, of I'liiladelpltia, Mfl Ihe iiuott id J \. I uhd wife Tu>*day. Mr Cob ha i reeeutly relit I'd It' Ute Sgelll ou till' I'elllia. It It. Mr* ifii hitiworthy and ttfeildri-n were the gut-»ls ot the former * tailor and mother, al Elboit, the pail week. Hi i K llkm.. The Christmas Spirit If you are forlorn and adrift —come to us. Come where Dolls and Toys and the blended radiance of gilt, and tinsel, aiul crystal and color glisten magically in myriad forms. Plunge ill •«» the thick of the throngs and and you can't escape the contagion -the contagion of happiness The carnival spell is intense. The gay, strange things horn of men's brains to entrance the erimt fancy of child ren will untangle your twisted thoughts and the old cold spark—the human spark—will burn again. Hand Embroidered Laundry Bags j Beautiful Pillow Tops at Half Price ! These Pillow Tops are simple pieces of a j Our own importation from Germany. These | New York Manufacturer; there are just twenty. -R, AT N 1 •11 IM . All beautiful Patterns, made with Cor,motion Bags arc very beautifully Embroidered; Elegant T , ~ r „ ~ , . b J J >0 Braid Flo Aers, all Handwork, ihe regular price Designs and the price won-(t»| /j,r| 1■» is BH.OO each, but having been shown as samples derfully low for Handwork, y I«UU SH r l I.&D for a little while, we offer them at j each - - 1 .DU Waist Sets in Christmas Boxes Splendid New Silk Scarfs Each Box Contains 3+ yards, Pretty White Silk Scarfs are very popular this season. We offer a very large assortment in Plain or Persian i/.ed Madras, etc., price "69c, 89c, sl.oojS^r ■ 50c to $5.00 Rich Furs Extra Special i Children's Fur Sets We are told by our custom- jj White Astrachan, Thibit, ers that our prices were con- Millinery at Less Than Cost. p Ermine, Lxmb, and A' gora, siderable below those asked j also Gray Persian, Brown in large cities, and this is We must have the room taken up Coney, Australian Oposum rightfully so. We offer by our Millinary Dop't for the dis- « Hets a,re shown here'. Prices splendid Furs at very reason- play u ' Holiday- Goods. llicie.uie per set range from aia aa able prices. " we offer all our Ladies', blisses and §I.OO to - - .^IU.UU . Children's Trimmed and ready to . .... . /-if wear hats at following prices: PL *1 1 r* , Gloves All $6.00 Trim'.. Hats to $3.98 Embroidered Center KM e G?^S cl St'''«,n to »!!'•°"T- ra ', < !S a !rl'to fla P»eces&TableScarfs bought for the price ""_' s r r * m c <l re '" 0 Unusual values in Round J <t?l Crt Hats red. to 2.25 or Square Center Pieces and «pi*UU and «pI.DU All 2.soTiim'd Hats red. to 1.50 Scarfs, richly Embroidered. New Real and Imitation All 2.00 Trim'd Hats red. to 1.25 Either Hemstiched or Linen Washable Chamois Gloves Vll 1.50 Trim'd Hats red. to 93c Lace I rimmed. These are 50c and SI.OO ah i. 2 r, T ri ,,,„ h, to 79c aT£ r 0 "- ttiu "' 50c Toys, Dolls, Games Brass Goods and Novelties Hammered Brass Umbrella Stands, 53.00 Toy Grocery Stores fully equipped for busi- and S3 50. a , ~r , . .... Hammered Brass Fern Dishes, 89c, SI.OO, ness 50c, SI.OO and 51.50. SI 98 .... i T • i.i t-w iii , , Hammered Brass Jardiniers, SI.OO, 51.25, 24inch Jointed Dolls extra good, each $1.25. (JS , ... ~r . , T) . . . . Fine Gold Clocks, SI 25. 51.50, 51.98, Fine quality Water color Paints in I übes. g<» -q g.> -Q g- QQ worth 10 to 25c per tube, choice sc. Pictures in Gold Frames, <»9c, SI.OO. 51.25, $1.50. Baby Bumb Unbreakable Dolls, each SI.OO. . Humidors which keep your cigars moist and in good taste, brass bound, /ink lined $1.50, Hundreds of Games at each sc, 10c, 25c 2.50, 53.00. Wonderful Values in Framed Pictures at and 50c. each 10c and 25c. D IflTrilMC' Handkerchief, One Silk WW I 1 S . I The bunt made for the Tie,OnePairMercerized 11 liUl prio* Sox. All of the name ' color. Por Set, SI.OO. bmponnm S (vroafest Store. SI.OO and $1.50 r HUNTLEY. .John S. Jordan, our champion trapper ! and hunter, caught a very large wild cat ( one night last week. It weighed about i 50 pounds. B. J. Collins left forConneaute, Ohio, I on Friday, to visit his brother at that place. J. E. Johnson butchered some lino hogs on Thursday. Thomas Eddy, of Sterling Run, and Airs. Kecfer, of Willamsport, were call ers in town two days last week and I secured a nice buuch ol pheasants in j Big Run. A. W. Smith called on relatives and ; friends on First Fork, Sunday and Mon- : day. William 11. Logue and son Walter. | are busily engaged building a new addi- ! tion to their house. Thomas Kailboum transacted business at Stirling Hun on Saturday evening. Elmer Hill, of Driftwood, was the j guest of W. K. Smith and family on Wednesday. Clyde Collins was a business caller in Driftwood on Saturday. Lewis Smith is making preparations to secure some wild geese when the lirst flock Hies over this place. He has order ed a cannon that will throw a bushel of buck-shot five miles. We all hope that a fl ck will come along before Christmas. Wayne Nelson was a Hriftwood citlli r ' on Friday, Mrs. William V.'heaton, of Sinnatna honing, »a> the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. It. Smith, on Sunday. V.'right Mason, of I'ine Street, was a pleu.-aut o-i'ler in tnwn on Sunday. ()ur school teacher Mi-s iVarl Lewis, •it Buffalo, lias resigned her position as teacher. We are sorry to see licr go lor i she is a very competi ut teacher. Sl'l illT. Wcstbhrook Commercial Acudemy. Students who wish to Htnrt in Janu ary sintulil apply n<>w. Only a lew sent* left. Hiihliicmh, shorthand typo writing ami Kiikllsli cour«n«. iff'i i« Hchool year. Wkmtuuook Academy, 41at. Oloan, N. Y. Warning AII persona are hereby forbidden from trMM|MHNiii|( upuii the property of this Company without a permit Irotn this •IN, <>r the MANAGER at the works* Kkvstonk Powuin MM, l'o, Kmporium, Fa.. August Ist IttOS Intent Popular Wur.lt. Minx May (iould, teacher of piano fort haa received a lull Hue of lh»> l«. eat and iiumt popular stiuet music. A< the popular air«. I'opular and elan !i«l muaie. I'ricea reasonable, 4441. BEECHWOOD. John Ri'id. of Renovo, called on his parents between trains Tuesday. Goldie ltice is home on a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Toner were the guests of their son, at Daugascahonda, Thanksgiving. Lor a Kirkpatrick has accepted a posi tion at Hicks Run. Messrs. Viner, Waddington and Lcutze, of Emporium, were the guests of Jay Logan last week. Laura M ;l)jnald and Jeanette Smith were shopping in Emporium Monday. Lizzie Markcrt and father visited the county seat Wednesday. Shary Rice came home Saturday night to spend Sunday with his parents. Regular meeting of the W. C. T. IT., was he-id at the M. E. Church, Wednes day evening. A large attendance. The many friend- ol Mr Chas. Riee, will be glad to learo of his speedy re covery. ('has. McLaughlin, ■ 112 Hicksltuu,visit ed 1 is Iri' nds on Sunday in town. R L. Wyiie captured two large wild cat- last Monday, one weighing .">0 p null the other Mtl pounds. Ilor-'s lack to \ 'li Robert. M's. Johu LiWhuo, -no and daughter, Jay aad R sc, speut Thauksgiving at \\ ilii uusport. .'tiany puopl., who attended the 'fhaii!».-gi\.ng lull .a St. Miry.-. report a tine time. I'll'' I'. R. R. detective was in town looking alter bu-im-s laat week. I*'rank I <utjsch winder is spending a well earned va ation at home. .Mrs. Evers made a business trip to the county "Mt Friday, Alb it ltice was home last w "k. Hpscck UP. DRIFTWOOD An iotcrc*ting Thauksgiving program was given in the Ca»tle Harden school, Wednesday evening Nov. <JM, by the -cho.il. The teaelicra, Mis* ticrtrud- Hill and Miss ltotha Kreider. as well as Ihe pupils, deserve much credit tor get ting up the program The entertainment was well attended by patrons atid other*. Mrs Ru--"II, of Philadelphia, who is visiting her - in, Mr. C. L. I'. ltu-.n U, of this place, was a guest, with her son, at the home of Mr. S. I'. Kreider on Thanks jifintf I »:| v Mis. J meph John-ton slid 'lnii^b'df, ('li irl'Mle were hi \\ ilium -| oil m ral Uay» ill Illln Week, A plea-alll Vl-ll Willi Mr- II V. <irei ii nigh formerly <>l tin place, wa» ti'|wtl«l, Special Thauk»gUi*g services were held in the Mcihodut church, <<n the I evciiiui iii' Nov. -_>7. by tho Rev. Run j yan. "!'li • tin-mi! fur tho evening was \ "The < ali of Mr.* S.vect Singer of Israel.' : The church \.a-> decorated in the Nation i al Colors and ttood music was rendered. The ott'erin" (or the benefit of the Philadelphia II . ; >ital. Prnf. and Miss Kitzuiiiler have auain returned to their school work i after their Thanksgiving vacation. A crowd of young ladies were pleasant ly entertained at the home of Miss Rotha Kreider on Friday evening. All brought their fancy work with theui. Rev." R. W. Runyan and Mrs. R, ac companied by her sister and daughter, after attending services, on Sunday even ing, were pleasant callers at the home ol Mr. S. I' Kreider. A deer weighing I I lbs. was brought | to the station at this place, to be sent to Mr. Rhiucri ot Ridgway. A banquet in honor ot the Hon. John McDonald's seventieth birthday was Jv en by the railroad men of division 8, on Tuesday evening last, lie has been in tho employ of the railro.i 1 company, as Supervisor, for thirty years and is now Mired from active M-rviee. M mis Ei'dred KnUv, John Kiicv . and \\ i! i in Sji -ri< r attiMi li-d the dance at Kmporium on Thursday eveninif last. XXX j The peculiar properties of Chamber lain i> C iUirh Remedy have b-- -u thur oughly te?r .( duriuu th i epidemics of in fluenza, and when it was taken in time we have not heard "t a single ca>e ol' pneumonia. Sold by all deiters. MOT* iWHU' VfMW I —WW I- /IMI.IU—MM—M— WANTED AT ONCE Local undtrav«liniisul«»Hineu in this to represent us. Thern Is money in the work for YOl' soliciting for our easy selling speeialln. Apply now tor territory. ALLEN NURSERY CO., Rochctrr. N. 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