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Beware of Ointments for Catarrh iliat Contain Mercury. as mercury will surety destroy tlie sense of smell ami completely derange the whole s stem when entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such article should never he used except »»n prescriptions from repntabh* ph\>iciau-». as the dam age they will do is ten f«»l«I to the good von can possibly derive from them, ilall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Choline? Co , Toledo, <>., contains no loerrurV. and is taken internally, act ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Jlall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the'"genu ine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price. 75c. bottle Take.llall's Family Pills for consti pation. There ar:» just as gocd deer on the mountains as ever have Leon shot. Eternal vigilance on the part of the pare food commissioners is ueeessary. The disposition of all centers of population is to unite, thus securing to themselves the prestige of numbers. Joseph Leohner is tl 0:114 the | limb ing in the uew E\aus building at Ber wick. At this time of vear tho average citizrm is long 011 Christmas gift ex pectations ami short 011 the neiossary filthy luoro with which to purchase them. I It is the girl who marrits a rough diamjiid who oft;n gets the most re#l diamonds to wear. Congressmen are preparing for the annual pilgrimage to the national capital. County school teachers are locking forward to tho pleasures and profits ol the annual institute. The movement to save Niagara Palls from destruction is gaining headway daily. Trespass notices for sale at this office. Two for sc, or 25c a dozen. Only seven counties iu the State have not asked the prescribed aid to build good roads. Now prepare to give thaufe*. There are few who have not been blessed in some practical way. Prince Charles having acorpted the crown of Norwav and given his orders for a six and seven-eights crown, the new little kingdom can snuggle down in tho corner of Europe and be quiet ly forgotten by its neighbors who have troubles of their own. . Reapportionment should be just, let tho representatives fall whore they will. People who crawl under railway gitea at crossngs and pas* around the cars, do so at their own risk. There is too much of this carelessness iu this city. Tho stato pa*ue commissioner lias his hatuN full these days, a 4 viola tions ot tlm law are frequent. Tho Kussiau Helrew relief fund has reached $(500,000. Job Printing of all kinds properly executed at reasonable prices, at the Intelligencer OfHce. President Roosevc It's message, which is said to be a little longer than usual, will he submitted to Congress cn Dec ember 5 Those are tho days when tho rum mage sail' holds sway regardless of the consequences. Arthur Davis, track foreman on the B-lnoinsburg-Millville trolley line, spent Si 11 day wit'i his family iu this city. Mrs. James D. Kramer, of Pitts burg, arrived Saturday evening for a visit at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Fred Smith, Mill street. Anthony Soliott, of SeliuFgrove, spent Sunday with relatives in this city. Robert Mapstone, of Sunbury, spent Sunday with his mother on Bloom street. Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Rogers,ot Son bury, spent Sunday with relatives in this city. Richard Geesey, of Sunbury, spent Sunday with frieuds in this city. The Intelligencer is at your service as a news or advertising medium. We awnit your commands. Reports fro.n Canada are to tho ef fect that tho people aru already enjoy ing sleighing and otl er winter spoit-. Mis. Astor, ns the lecegnized queen of New York society, has cut down tho Four Hundred to eighty-one, in cluding hers-If ami her husband. And tho published list dors not contain the names of tin richest meu 111 New York, either. The people should heartily second every effort to kill the San Jo-e scale. Norway's King will start iu at a salary of .$200,000 a year. If tl<e re ferendum had cliOren a President, he would have been < xpocted to serve for about $'.25,000, and be glad to got it Yellow fever in gradually dying out in the south, but tho heilth authori ties have had a splendid opportunity to prove their ability to c ntrol the epidemic. Tho General R> lief Committee iu New York reports total collections of $750,000. Jews of Now Yorli are pre paring to make inoieased effort to raise more money iu that city. Jewish actors will parade through the streets of the East Side, singing dirges and carrying collection boxes. The expro s automobile does* not differ from lite express railroad train in the fait that when it is wrecked at top sprod somebody gets hart; but iu all fairness it is to be said that, con sidering the numb: r cf both, automo biles do not seem to meet with serious accidents much more frequently tiian railroad trains. I.ADTES ! 1 want all (o i, now of tlie splcmriiil opportunity I (,j V e any woman whereby she e.,u actually turn lu*r spare lime into money. The work is very pleasant and will easily pay sl* p' 1 week. '| here is 110 ile ception about 1 his. N„ experience is necessary. IT yon really want to make money, wriie to me at once Address, IJAKUIETM RICHARDS, Bux 11, Joliot, 111. Rev. Arney Installed. I Rev. W. w J. Aruey, who succeeds Rev. A. B. Hcrr as pastor of rlib Pres byterian churches at Pottsgrovo and Mooresburg, was formally insta'lei Tuesday afternoon aud evening. The installation at Potfgrove tools place Tuesday afternoon Tlie services were held at 2:30 o'olo k, the oozy Presbyterian o oroh b.ing tilled on the occasion. The seruon whs deliv ered by tiie ltev. George 11. 'Fleming* w iv.l). D. ,nf Bluoioaburg; I lie charge to the Pastor, by the Rev. W. T. L itioflor, D. I)., of Milton, aud tho charge to the people, by the Kev. Mr. Foster, of Watson tow p. The installation at Mooresburg took plaoo at 7 :iio p. m., the Presbyterian church at that plaoo also beiug well tilled. Rev. Dr. Hemingway preach ed the sermon. Rev. W. O. MoCor tuat k, D. D., of this city, delivered tho chartfo to the pastor and Rev. S. V. Bedickiau of Washiugtouville, the charge to the people. The teivioes wore very interesting,the mnsio being a feature worthy of especial mentiou At the close a reception to the paucor aud Mrs. Arney was held in the leot ure room of the church. Refreshments were served. The present is the first time that a pastor was ever installed at the Mooreshurg Presbyterian church. Heretofore the pastor iustalled at Pottsgiove merely supplied Mooros burg. Rev. A. B. Herr accepted a call a tlalstead aud left for that field last July. Rev. W. J. Arney, the uew pastor,formerly filled a charge at Port Allegheny. He is a married inau with several grown-up children and will roside at Pottsgrove. PFPSfIinS Dyspepsia. 1 LI QUluy Dr oilman's Proscription is a guaranteed euro for Dyspepßia, Indigestion aud all Stomach trouble. Price 50 Cents. Removed to Penitentiary. Sheriff George Maiers aud party who took David Barrett, Elmer lialderman and John Soitz to tiie penitentiary on Monday returned home yesterday morning. The prisoners who were sentenced by Judge Staples last week, wero all safely landed in the Eastern Penitentiary—David Barrett to Berve twelve years for assault aud battery with iutcut to rob and assault aud bat tery with intent to kill: Elmer Hald erman, to serve six years for assault aud battery with iuteut to rob and John Seitz to serve two years for ccn* vojiug instruments to prisoners to aid them in making escape. The party left Danville ou tho 7:6ii P. & R. traiu Monday morning and made the trip to Philadelphia without iuoident. None of the prisoners for a moment lost their bravado and not withstanding tiie gloomy prospects he fore them seemed light-hearted aud cheerful. Barrett, who had boeu pardoned out of the penitentiary as late as last spring after a long term of imprison ment, was the only one of the three who had any adequate idea of what 'Separate aud solitary confinement at labor" leally implies. As soon as he entered the penitentiary lie was warm ly greeted on every side by those who had formed his acquaintance during iiis former imprisonment. Sheriff Maiers had as his assistauts during the trip Joseph H. Kuhns, of Anthony township; D. B. Heddens and John Cooper of this city. No matter what your business, use good printing. It's the dress by which the public judges you. We can please you and make your print ing a profitable investment. —The In telligencer Printery, rear of No. 10 West Mahoning street. Free Anti-Toxin. Siate Health Commissioner Dixou has established 500 stations iu Penu* sylvania where antitoxin for the cure of diphtheria cau he secured free ot cost by the poor. Iu the cities aud towns, diug stores will be the distri buting agendo', aud iu the country districts the wort will be entrusted to the storekeepers. Tiie antitoxiu in curative aud im munizing doses may be secured by physicians at these depots after they have coitifiod to the distributor that no charge for the serum is to bo made and that tho financial circumstances of tiie patients are such as to make the expense cf the antitoxiu burden some. J. D. Gosh & Co.,have been appoint ed distributers for Montour county. $25,000 FOR ONE STORY. Conan Doyle, the famous creator of "Sherlock Holmes," has just been given the highest price ever paid in America for one story. This great historical romance, which will, the critics say, be. the literary sensation of the day, will begin in"The Philadel- j pliia Sunday Press." Remember the date, December 3, and don't fail to get "The Sunday Press" that uiorii , >"g. Souvenir Edition Next Week. We regret to announce our failure ; to have our souvenir edition appear with Ibis issue, but on account of the paper dealers not being aide to supply lis at once with the cover paper we desired, we must disappoint you as 1 well as suffer from our own em bar rassment. If nothing unforseen turns up you can look for it to come next 1 week * Wine for Weakly Persons. ' Weakly persons use Spier's Port Grapj Wine, uufermented Grape t Juice or Speer'i Burgundy. It gives i tone and strougth to the system. It I is superior to all other wines. The Zeuostvo Uongress, iu session at Moscow, i* expected to adopt resolu* B tions declaring allegiance to Count ] I Witt j and the Government in an ef- I fort to stem tho tide of anarchy. Many I members of the Congress are opposed 112 ( to any modification of tho old regime. u I but have been won to the view that 112 ; the chief duty of tho present is to re* L> | store a stable administration. The sit-. ■' nation, except iu reference to peasant disorders, has greatly improved. The 0 peasants, aroused by false rumors, broadcasted by agitators, ftill burn and pillage tho big estates. Landown ers have been banished. 1 2 Our Country—*— v !J 1 CORRESPONDENCE 3 Written expressely for THE INTELLIGENCER *[ By our Rural Friends. SCHUYLER. MB. EDITOR:— La«t Saturday I.loyd Shook solil his lot near Hurley's school house to Chas. Wagner for ♦7OO. 1! It. Hover put his lot up at publics sale oil Saturday. It was bid up to #ll4O, but he refused to let It go. Lloyd Shook was the bidder. Mrs. Kate Wesley, of Watsontown, is visiting her parent*, .Mr. and Mrs. A. J. La van. Mr. aud Mrs. Simon Jarrett and Mr. and Mrs Harry Hoy visited at John M. Smith's on Sunday last. H. M. Smith was taken quite sick while attending the funeral of his father-in-law. Mr. Cromis, at Wash ingtonville last Saturday. He is able to be about again, John N. Herr is shipping large quantities of corn ill the ear. He also shipped several cars of potatoes and hay. J noticed that someone, in the In telligencer, boasted of a big crop of corn and wondered whether it could be beaten. J. W. Derr, of Limestone township, had a ciop that yielded lUG bushels per acre. I do not re member how much that other crop "was, but I do know Mr. Derr's beats it. Next! Farmers aie getting the corn about all husked. There is here and there some standing yet. The weather cer tainly lavorsthe tardy ones. S, S. Smith moved tnto John King's house last Tuesday. Mack Plotts moved from near Milton and occupies the house vacated by Mr. Smith. The congregation of the St. James Lutheran church will take possession next Sunday a week, Dec. 3rd, of its remodeled building. Mrs H. M. Smith and Mrs. Wewton Smith started on Wednesday morning to visit frieuds at Bethlehem and Allentowu. Nov. 22, 1905. BILL. Strawberry Ridge. M it. EDITOR, The tvheat is looking fine. The prospects are fair for a good crop next harvest. Mrs. Wesley Deilil and daughter, Grace, have been on the sick list, but we are glad to see them out again. The hunters of this section report rabbits plentiful this fall, but the trouble is to get them. We will have to show them how to kill them, Cal. Won't we ? A party was held at I). A. Uirich's on Friday evening. They report a jolly time. The two ll's are having quite a nice time. The one don't have so far to drive a 9 before. Mr. 11. A. Snyder hag just received his new sleighs. Hurrah boys ! I got mine. I had a dream the other night about Jeremiah Grimc9, and I have been wondering why ho don't come up to see me. lie has not beeu writing for some time, aud I thought probably lie left that section. If he has, I'll bet that farmer Davy, as he called him, is lonesome, because they were such great cronies. I hope Jerry isn't dead, and guess when the snow falls he won't have so much work to do, and may be then he will write some more. Nov. 30th. V. V. V. Strawberry Ridge, Pa., K. F. D. No. 2, Nov. 21, 1905. MR. EDITOR - A pleasant surprise CLIMBING THE ALPS. I Gnldva That Ti*mp 1 tnnirr Trav«l fI'M Into Ftati of Danger, More than half the accidents In the Alps occur to those who have not the pluck to turn back. The guides are too often In favor of going on from professional motives. They have very few weeks to earn their living ID, and It Is a sort of tragedy for them to miss a single climb. For the same reason tticy are given to urging a party onto climb difficult and expensive peaks that are really beyond their strength. They regard tourists as so much bag gage which they can at need almost carry on the rope. The only climb, therefore, which they regard as dan gerous is a "traverse"—on which an accident to their tourist may mean death to themselves. Climbing straight up or down they feel fairly certain of sustaining any strain on the rope. It Is most Important, therefore, that ev ery party should use its own unim peded Judgment in regard to every ex pedition. The great danger in placet like Zennatt and Chamonlx Is that there are a large number of unemploy ed guides always waiting about to catch the unwary traveler and tempt him into a difficult and expensive climb. lie will get far more pleasure out of the sport if he beglnß with the cheap and easy and works gradually up to difficult. There Is no especial merit In being frightened half out e( your life.—Loudon News. Back to BnglUh Fair*. For the origin of the modern circus one must go back to the English fairs of the seventeenth, eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Unlike the American county fairs of the present day, which are more in the nature of live stock exhibitions, the early Eng lish fair was a rout of dancing, fid dling, drinking, fighting, wrestling and bull baiting—a gathering, as It were, 'of merry andrews, monstrosities, bul lies, Jilts, tight rope walkers, acrobats, contortionists, equestrians, mounte banks, grlmacers, scaramouches, thieves, pickpockets, idlers, beggars, fortune tellers, gypsies and those upon whom they prey.—E. S. ttallock In I Century. party was held at the Itonie of Alt, and Mr*. David Ulrich, near Straw, berry Ridge, Friday night of last week, Nov. 17, in honor of Mr. Ul" rich's birthday. Those present were: Mr, and Mrs. David Ulrich, Mrs. H P. Cotner, Mrs. Salome Ulrich, Mrs. Anderson, Mr. anil Mrs. Andy Martz, Mr. and Mrs. William Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fry, Mr. and Mrs. Clara Martz, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Alexander Umstead, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Martz, Misse* Kmiua Mary and Dora Springer, Carrie and Mary Jackson, Maude and Laurn Marr, Minnie and Anus Love, Myrtle , and Florence Snyder, Dora Mowrer, i Etta Schoptey, Laura .Martz. Pearl Funk. Mildred Bropst, Mammie Den uen, Sue Polloch, Hannah Flora, Cora Funk, Blanche Beaver, Annie Andei son, Ella Menges. Maude Mohr, Eva Mowrer, Jennie Bogart, Ida Cotner, Mable Deitrich, Edna Btrouse, Mahle Krumm, Winifred Shires; Messrs Chas. Teacher, (Strawberry Ridge;) H. E. Cotner, C. H. Seidel, F. B. Mendeuhall. Hoffa Cotner, Norman Litterer, Richard Mordau, Guy White night, J. R. Rishel, Guy Runyan, John Plotts, S. A. Ellis, Ralph Raup, Chas. Deitrich, M. M. Honton, James Dennen, Wi liam Martz, Clyde Spring er, Chas. Reeder, Albert Billmeyer, Jacob Lehman. Frank Patterson, C. i L. Shires, Frank Funk, R. B. Seidel, F. G. Kleeman, Frank Seidel, Hugo Heilman, Clarence Scbooley, Harvey Moser, Alvin Mowrer, John Yagel, j Harry Love, Alvin Scbooley, Chas. Steiner, Morris Moser, Theodore 1 Hockley; little misses, Marie and Edna Ulrich, Sadie Fry and Helen Martz; masters, Arthur Love, Ray mond Umstead, Malcolm Cotner, Norman Smith, Roy and Stuart Martz, David Fry, Franklin Umstead. The evening was spent quite pleasantly < with dancing. Messrs. Harry Smith and Theodore Hockley rendered the music. Refreshments were served. Each left for home reporting a fine time. I IV.R.ninc CURB CONSTIPATION UXJLJbUUbDr.Oidman'B 112 anions PrsMrip* tion permmontly cures Constipation, Bilious- BOSS, Sick Headache. Price 28 C«at«. Pottsgrove Items. It,"is rather frosty around the cor ners these mornings. James Martin, of Lewisburg, trans acted business in town one day last week. Mrs. James Beunage is sick at her ' home. I Mrs. Mary Nice, of Williamsport, spent several days with her parents last week in this place. j Miss Mary Murray, of Milton, ' spent Sunday with her mother near town. Mrs. Ida Thomas, of Montandon, spent Sunday with friends in this i place. On Tuesday Rev. W. J. Arney was installed as pastor of the Presbyterian church. The people of this place ex tend a hearty welcome and best wishes for a fruitful and pleasant pastorate. Romanua Moll, while bawling corn fodder in the barn of Harry Moore head, fell off the wagon. The horses stopping suddingly threw him for ward off the wagon cutting him about the head, and bruising him about the body. Mr. Moll is an aged man, and considering his aic, is getting along right good. We hope to see him out in a few days again. OLD TIME SERVANTS. Pvpra Had Trouble! of Hla Own Wit It Hla HralaU Perhaps oue reason why servants la Pepys' time were treated as "one of the family" was that they very often were blood relations. The diarist him self, In fact, engaged his own slater Pauline as his servant, "which she promised me she could, and with many thanks did weep for joy." For all that, be would not "let her sit down at the table with me, which 1 do at first that she may not expect It hereafter from me." Her temper, however, made the arrangement Impossible, and Pepys bad to engage somebody else Instead, "It being a great trouble to me that I should have a sister of so 111 a nature that I must be forced to spend money upon a stranger, when It might be bet ter upon her if she were good for any thing." It U only within a century or so that servants have ceased to be rela tions of the family and the term "menial" has come to be considered derogatory Instead of meaning simply "within walls"—lntra moenla. In the old days all women between twelve and forty and all men between twelve knd sixty without means of subsistence could be forced by two justices togo Into domestic service; hence the fact that when a man married his cook, as he often did, be was extremely likely to marry some one abave him tn sta tion, as we understand distinctions of class nowadays. Tills also explains why s lady would refer to her maid as her "gentlewoman" and a master to bis valet as his "gentleman." Hun at Blrda. ■ Certain birds get their names from St. Peter. According to a writer, "the petrel (In German Petersvogel, Peter's ! bird), a bird that skims the waves. Is i named after the apostle who walked | upon the waves of Galilee. But the ; parrot's la a less simple case. In Spain and tn Portugal, aa France, i the word corresponding to 'parrot' at most certainly represents 'little Peter,' 'f familiar name playfully applied be cause Peter was so common a Chrla itlan namo. Similarly bouse sparrow I Is nicknamed "plerrot' in Franca." SMilton's Complete Toy Store Chiistmas Toys are Attracting tf?e Chjldien. How eagerly the bright merry faced boys and girls are watching the ar- : .val of every box of toys —the big basement is fast being transformed into a fairy laud for children. We are the one store carryiug a full assortment of toys and our prices are the lowest be cause ours are direct importations—you know most toys come over the ocean. We're getting them out now as fast as we can unpack them—let the children come. Nolty and Musical Toys: Horns, Trumpets, Rattles, Whistles, Drums and Pianoß. Life Like Animals: Skin ana hair cows and horses, stuffed and cloth cover ed dogs, paper niacin- animals on wheels. Metal Toyst Magic Lanterns. Toy Matches, Humming Tops, Toy (Inns. Printing Pretscs, Iron Trains and Wagons, Stoves, Engines, Mouey Safes, Sad Irons. Mechanical Inventions: Moving Locomotives and Trains, Automobiles, and dozens of new kinds this year. Made of Wood: Rocking Horses, Doll Chairs and Rockers, Toy Furniture, Tru.iks, Doll Houses, Noah's Arks, Plav Houses, Blocks, Wagons, \Vheelbarro ws, Black Boards. Complete Line of Games:— Card games of every description. The new craze is Block will eclipse any card game ever published price 50c. Doll Headquarters: Washable Rag Dolls, China and Bisque Dolls. Kill Body Dolls, Fancy Dresses Dolls, prices are as varried as the styles. Doll Heads, Stockings and Shoes. All the New Winter Suits Reduced. Nearly All "Wooltex" Make. You save from a fourth to a third at these new prices—not a part of our stock but all we have left this winters styles, reduced now at.he high tide of the selling season—in many of them there are only two or three sizes left remember they are nearlv all "Wooltex" and that means highest quality. 25.00 Suits 15.00. Brown Cheviot long coat tight fitting style. 25.09 Suits 18.00. Cirey Sailing, jacket made in mannish style hip length. 20.00 Suits 15-00. Blue Melton cloth J length jacket fitted also in. !> 18.00 Suits 12.50. Oxford Grey Suiting long jacket style tight fitting. 15.00 Suits 13.75. Bine Basket Weave Cloth popular length half lit. 16.50 Suits 12.00. Green Cheviot ?acket ij length velvet trimmed. 15.00 Suits 10.00. Brown Cheviot with the long style coat. 15.00 Black Cheviot Suits was 25.00. 15.00 Light Tan Suitings regularly priced 25.00. 15.75 Fine Black Broadcloth Suits that were 20.00. 13.75 Best Blac!( Kersey Cloth Suit reduced from 20.00. « 10.00 Brown Cheviot SuitJ pretty trimming were 15.00. 15.00 Black Broadcloth Suits were 25.00. 15.75 Suits of Brown Melton regularly were 25.00. 13.75 In Black Basket Weave Cloth Suits that were 15.00. 12.50 Pretty Suit Light Grey Suiting reduced Irom 20.00. 12.00 Kersey Suits in Black a good big bargain were 10.00. Ladles' Suits at $2.49 Regular Values Were as High as $25.00. # A closing out Sale of lostceason's suits the fabric are excellent not damaged in any way, all that is wrong is that the style is of last season. All are winter weights, materials of broadcloth and cheviots in black and light shades. All at the Price $2.49 Each. They were marked regularly 10.00, 15.00, 20 00 and 25.00. Not all sizes are hete but it you can find your size you get a bargain of a lifetime. Another lot 20.00 and 25.00 Ladies' Suits at 12.00 in gosd style hip length jacket, braid and velvet trimmed. One lot 15.00 Ladie,' Suits at 5.00 ill light gray and short jacket. Last Season's Childrens Coats for 08c each. Sizes from 4upto 10 years some sizes are missing though. Regular values were 3.00, 4.00, 5.00 and 0.00. Do You Want a Rain Coat Bargain. We find some odds and ends among our stock of Rain Coats principally only oiie of a kind and here's the result. 4.00 kind for 1.50 15.00 kind for 7.50. 12.00 kind for 5.00 15.00 kind for 9.75. 12.00 kind for 0,00 15.00 kind for 10.00. 12.00 kind for 8.00 20.00 kind for 10.00. Special Sale of Sheet Music 4 Cents. On Saturday afternoon and evening a special on songs at 4c. Come and hear Mr. Yeager play the newest pieces out. His prices at 20c, "Weaver" Piano used. holiday Lines of Baskets. Prettiest and most complete line of baskets and so suggestive for gift giving. Fancy Sewing Basket* 10, 15, 19, 25 to 00c with lid 50 to 9oe. Fancy Serap Baskets woven in many colors 25, 20, 30, 50 to 1.30. Market Baskets in do/ens of stvles, all sizes 5, 10, 2y, 25, 40, 50, 00, to 85c. Willow Hampers 1.10, 1.39, 1.09, 1.98, 2.49 and 2.70. Clothes Baskets woven round willos 59, 09, 79c. Splint Clothes Baskets 20, 30, 40 to 75c. Opening up New China Dishes. Usually pretty are the decorations, qualities in German and French China and prices very reasonable. This weeks attraction is a line of 10 and 25c. Fancy Decorated Japanese hina big bargains in this for the buyers this wßek. Watch for the announcement of opening up of the prettiest holiday line we ever had. A $5.00 Lamp for $3.50. Biggest Parlor Lamps you can find any where for the price actually worth 5.09 our price 3.50. Never heard so many comments on a line a lamps as admirers of our lamps express, rich choosing from 25c np to 10.00 Special 2,00. Nickle Lamps for 1.50 has best burner made. Honest Leather in Our Shoes. If not satisfied with your shoe service come here and be convined of ment in Bhoes. This week we have a good Mens tap sole Work Shoe for 1.25 in lace and buckle Men's Dress Shoes in bluchcr style at 1.50. Ladies Kid Dress Shoes patent or kid tip at 1.25 and 1.50. Ladies', Misses and Childrens long Jersey Leggins 50. 75c, 1.00. Men's and Ladies Buckle Arties 1.00, 1.35, 1.50. Men and Boys Felt Boots 1.75, 2.00, 2.75. Complete, Lumbennans Stockings 50, 750. 1.00 pair and Overshoes for them at 1.25, 1.50, 1.75. Groceries for Thanksgiving. Cranberries, Oranges, Lemons, Cocoanuts, Preserved Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel and something extra good in mines meat at 2 lbs. for 25c. Best Plum Padding 25c large can. SPECIAL PRICES SATURDAY NOV. 25th. Royal Ti£er Flour, every sack guaranteed 25 lbs. per cent or 50 lbs. 98c. Fresh Oyster Crackers 5c lb. New Buckwheat Flour guaranteed 12 lbs. for 30c. Mackerel bright and new 3 fish for 25c. Country Rendered Lard 10c lb. Sclireyer Store Co. Front St. - MILTON. PI - Elm Si. THE NEW WAY TO CURE DYSPEPSIA PEPSOIDS DESTROY STOMACH DISEASE GERMS. TRY A FULL SIZED BOTTLE-FREE; ' Pepsoids cure the worst forms of Dys pepsia and all other Acute or Chronic . Stomach Disorders by repairing the worn- | out lining of the stomach and destroy : all disease germs. Dyspepsia once cured in this way never returns. Pepaoida are told at 10 cents i bottle on an < absolute guarantee to euro, or monoy refunded. We will send you,if you have not used Pep soids before, a 50c. bottle FREE; merely send us your name and address, and you will receive promptly a full sized bottle. J. D. GOSH & CO., Druggists. Married. Ia Danville, on Wednesday, Nov. I 22, 1905, by Kev. Edward Hough ton, rector of Christ (Memorial) church, Mr. Isaac Wm. Shortes, Jr., of Atlantic City, N. J., and Miss Ida Mae Hamilton, of Danville. The nuptials were celebrated at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Boley, grand mother of the happy bride, on the corner of Mahoning and Pine streets. The bride and groom will, iu the near uture, reside in Atlantic City by the Sea. Cowboy Truant's Novel Sentence. Jodge Staples at Stroarfshurg TDGB day sentenced Roy Dovore, aged 10 year*, who stole from Iris father and ! parohased a gnu to play oowbov,to go | Into the custody of Sheriff Evans, the 1 latter to send him to tuliool by day i ' and to care for hin at night. J You do notobligate yourself to pay a cent. All we ask after Pepsoids have cured or greatly benefitted you is,that you recom mend Pepsoids to your friends. People with weak stomachs are always in misery. Pepsoids hnve mado thousands of peo ple happy by giving them what nature intended everyone should possess—a strong and healthy stomach, so SB to enjoy the best thorn is in life. Try Pepsoids to-day, priceonly socents a bottle at drug store. Oryou may have a full sized bottle free by writing The Vio Chemical Co., Chicago, 111. 8 ] Ancient aewciry. The jewelry found in an excavation ' near one of tbe pyramids of old Mem phis, Egypt, exhibits about as much skill in working gold and precious stones as now exists, although Ibe ar ticles found were mad? years ago. The figures cut on am -jrst and car nelian are described as exquisite and anatomically correct. The gold Is skill fully worked, and precious stones are let into it w> as to give the effect of enameling. A Helt»t»r Hand. "I have heard," stammered her timid admirer, "that you are engaged. I»' it —er—true?" "I'm not engaged yet," replied th® fair girl, "but I hope to be soon." "Er—how soon?" he asked. 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The first in stallment begins in the Sunday Maga zine section of"The Philadelphia Press," beginning Sunday, December 3. Nowhere else can it be procured in book or other form; therefore it be hooves you to leave your order with your newsdealer or carrier to serve you with "The Sunday Press" of that date, December .'i. Rival of King for a flillion. A. L. Lindsay, of Lozcrne county, has omploycid counsel ami will contest the right of Kiug Edward to the mil lion-dollar estate of the Euglifh Lind says, which in the absence of legal heirs, went to the Koyal Treasury of England. Lindsay claims to bo an heir to tho estate, and his lawyers say his claim is a legitimate one. Timely and Valuable Suggestions. Many people, especially women who lead closely confined domestic lives, suffer from what irv general terms is called "nervousness." Among all forms of treatment none has evcu approached in success the intelligent use of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite ltemedy of Kondout, N. Y., which promotes an CKS.V and natural action of the digestive organs and imparts tone to the nervous system. Adminstratrix Sale « —of valuable — Real Estate of Eliza Troxell, Deceased. By virtue OK an order of the Orphans' Court I of Montour County Pa. the undersign Admin- I lstralrix will sell nt public sale on the premises j I Saturday, December 9th, 1905, lat ten o'clock A. M.the one half lnterett of Eliza Troxell in the following described real estate to wit: All those two pieces and parcels of land situate In the township of Cooper, County of Montour, and state of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: TRACT NO I.— Beginning at a post in the public road leading from Danville to Blooms burg, thence by lot of Philip Werttnan, North one and a half degrees Eust sixteen perches to a post, thence by land now or formerly Peter Foust, thence South by lot of Conrad Kash ner, to public road thence North along said public road to the place of beginning con taining 80 Perches of Land, whereon is erected a Two-Story Frame Dwelling House, and outbuildings, it being the same premises which Charles Newhard, executor of Rebecca Wilson, convoyed to Eliza Troxelland Sablnn Troxel'. TRACT No. 2—Beginning at a chestnut tree, thenco by land formerly of Henry Brown and John Deibert North 74*4 degrees Kast lid and six tenths perches to a pine stump, thence by laud of Benjamin Fry North 9 degrees West 53 aud seven tenths perches to a stone thence by land of William Mouser Fouth 79V4 de grees West 203 perches to a stone, thence by land of Benjamin Weaver South 19 degrees Eust 71J4 perches to the place of beginning, containing Seventy-Six Acres and 101 Per ches of Land, whereon arc erected a Two-Story Frame Dwelling House, Bank Barn and Other Outbuildings. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Ten per cent* of one fourth at the striking down of the property, the less the 10 per cent at the con. flrmatlon of sale. The balance In one year, secured by bond and mortgage, i L. C. MENBCH, Atty. \ W. E. SCHUCK, Auctioneer. MARY E. IIENDBICKSON. } Administratrix. THE SECRET. It's not so much what you earn that makes you rich, as what you SAVE. The First National Hank of DANVILLE, PENN'A, PAYS THREE PER CENT. INTEREST ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS. Resources Over $1,250,000. V * What a Stenographer can do. •'The Possibilities of .Stenography" is the title of an inspiring article for girls in the NEW IDEA WOMAN'S MAGAZINE for December. The writer speaks of this work as being 4'splend id K elastic." holding out a poospect to young girls, and to girls not so young, of mounting step by step from junior positions to secretaryships, managerships, editorships and the higher professions. She tells of the young women whoso stenography has taken them traveling to the four quarters of the globe or "titling through college on a typewriter." t4 A knowledge of stenography." slit; says, in closing, 4 'stands to a girl somewhat as ft well-invested sum of money does to the investor. She can use the in terest at any time to help her over a dillieult situation. When she needs a ' few dollars extra, she cau draw on it, even after the necessity of earning her tlaily bread as a stenographer has I been eliminated. In short, if there is | any one calling to clay followed by j women that offers as many chances forgetting along as does stenography, close thinking on the subject for sev eral days has failed to discover it." AUCTIONEER " Real Estate or Personal Prop, erty Disposed of at Public Outcry. ''Best "Hcsiilts (Jiiarankea Address, Michael Breckbill, Rural Route 4, Danville, Pa Can You Afford To Be Without This? IF YOU DIE how will YOUR family fare? IF YOU BECOME TOTALLY DISABLED and incapacitated for work how will YOU fare ? The Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Philadelphia, Pa. L. Q.FOUSE, President. Chartered. 1 1878 ADAM SMITH, GENERAL AGENT.. 235 Bast Front St., - BERWICK, PA. m- Apply IbrJAgcnt'sJContruet. _«r AN 8 FT. WINDMILL AND 30 FT. TOWER COM. PLETE FOR «3FI. THIS INTRODUCE OUR MILLS IN THIS STATI LIMIT. 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Letters of administration on the above es tate, having been granted to the undersigned all persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are hereby requested to make im mediate settlement and those havidg claims are notified to preseut them properly authen ticated for payment, to MARY E. HENDERSON, or L. C. MENSCII, Atty., Milton, l»a. Catawissa, Fa. BSHTSI HAIR R BALSAM Cl*ar»c» and beautifies the hair. . Promcies * luxuriant growth. ■cMRr w|Novcr Falls to Restore Gray Uair to Its Youth/til Color. Cure* acalp dices*" It hair tailing, mpaai Wc,andH.ooat DrottlaU