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Established In 1828. SIOO Reward. SIOO. The readers of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in a'l its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical Catarrh being a constitution al treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of th* disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting i attire in doii g its work. Tl e proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hun dred Doiiars for any ease that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. Calendars for 1907. The Intelligencer office has received a full anil complete linwef samples of fine art calendars, and we are ready to take your orders for 1907. Be sure to call and learn our prices be fore placing your order. Designs of every description to select from. Remember, we lead and others fol low. Address: Toledo O. Prediction!! of an curly spring now have the right of way. The bine birds come with the spring; the jay is witii us ult the year around. Sleigh bells and sleighing belles haven't had a fair chance to mingle their music this wintor. Hood farm (or rent In Dairy town ship, Monlnur coiinly. M. L. SHKEP, Jerseytown Pa. Job Printing of all kinds properly executed at reasonable prices, at the Intelligencer Office. With the salaries of insurance presi dents reduced to the amount paid the president of the United States, what is to become of their familios? Captains of finance are flocking to Europe for a holiday.eonscious that the American peoplo will keep right oil working for them. Mr. Tlios. Dennen, of Exchange, gave us a pleasant business call last Friday. Mrs. Clms. Leisenring ofSunbury, paid a visit to Mr. and Miss Leisen ring last week on West Mahoning street. Dr. Wiley snys that bottled whiskey Is the only kind that is safe. And it isn't safe then unless you keop it un der lock and key. The Luzerne county judge has just thrown the liquor dealers into a state of consternation by rejecting 359 out of 1, 500 applicatious. The Intelligencer is at your service as a news or advertising medium. We await vour commands. Mr. Adam Smith, of Berwick, gave us a pleasant call last Monday, while in our city on business. Nobody will have any sympathy for the cold storage egg trust, which has lost $7,000,000 on accouut of the mild winter keeping the hens busy. In tho United States may bo found an immense body of public sentiment in favor of divorce reform and an im mense body of private practice against divorce reform. The celebration of Washington's bir thday iu Houolulu is something of a surprise. American patriotism is moro highly esteemed in the Sandwich Is lands than in some parts of the United States. There seems to be a revival of the spirit of '76. Washington birthday celebrations throughout the country were on a more extensive scale than usual. This patriotic feeling is most commendable. Newspapermen aro not prime favor ites for public ofllco. Editor Trescott, of the Millville Tablet failed to got a majority vote for justice of the peace, and Editor Mosnot, of the Lewistown Sentinel was 118 rotes short of being burgess of his town. The drydock Dewey has reached the Canary Islands, and while the trip across lias consumed much time, its progress was sure, which after all, is the principal thing. Taking medicines in the dark is n dangerous practice. All modicine bot tles should be carefully labeled and the contents of the bottles never be taken until the user knows positively what the medicine is. Philadelphia's building operations in IW)S broke all records. A total of 8,929 permits were issued for 16,968 operations estimated at <84,822,285, an increase of nearly $6,900,000 over the value for 1901, and of more than $2.- 000,000 over 1908, which formerly held the record with 7,469 permits. WAMTED:—District Managers to post signs, advertise and distribute samples. Salary SIB.OO weekly, f3 00 per day for expenses. State nge and present employment. IDEAL SHEAR CO., 39 Randolph St., Chicago. Prudent merchants do not care to keep in their counting-rooms the clerks who wear too much jewelry and arc seen too often at the counter of the fashionable saloons. The annual report of Dr. Nathan C. Schaeffer, Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction shows that there are 2561 school districts in the State, out »ide of Philadelphia, and 31,319 schools. The total cost for last year was $28,565,457,15. FOR SALE—At a bargain; one Mosler Bahuann & Co. Safe; oust $125; will sell same at SSO, weight of wife 1800 to 2000; apply to Charles Woods 219 Mill St., Danville, Pa. Fri., March 2, A. Frank Cotuer will sell at his home at Limestone ville at 10 o'clock a. m., Horses, Cattle, t arming Implements, House hold Goods, etc. Diehl & Sweitzer, Auct'rs. Frank Dildine, of White Hall, was one of those who came to Danville on Tuesday, being called as a traverse juror and not aware of court being called off. He stopped into see us awhile in the afternoon and spin a frw ywtus. SAN JOSE SCALE TO BE ERADICATED Professor H. A. Surface, State Econ omic Zoologist, is now instructing a class of twenty-sevou on the best me thods of killing noxious insects. His class consists of men from all parts of the state, many of them are college graduates,many of them are quite old, and all are experienced in the culture of orchard* and the problems * which necessarily arise in the pursuauce of such work. Professor Surface is not dealing with unskilled pupils, but is taking intel ligent farmers, and gardeners and is showing them the very best method of eradicating the San Jose scale. Yes terday afternoon the entire class went to the orchard of S. S. Rupp, in Shire manstown, and sprayed the trees in Mr. Rupp's orchard with the lime sulphur preparation which Professor Surface has found far superior to any thing else which has boeu tried any where. The class yesterday afternoon went through the eutire work of mea suring, boiling and spraying the prep aration. The latest bulletins which Professor Surface has received from California show that this lime-sulphur process is being used ou the Pacific coast with most successful rosults. The eutire State has been divided in !to twenty-seven districts and one of the pupils in Professor Surface's class will be assigned to oach district. | With the knowledge and drill which i they can take among the farmors of Pennsylvania it soems most probable that the San Jose scale will be outire ly eradicated this year. If it is not destroyed it will bo through indolence or through a lack of iuterest. A demonstration will bo given today at the north end of the capitol, within the enclosure. The gates will be open so that any who wish to see the de monstration may enter. A number of people from Philadelphia and other distant points came to Harrisburg yes terday to witness the demonstration which was given at Shiremanstown. This demonstration will be duplicated in every particular today when the trees in the capitol park are sprayed and all who wish may bo prosent. Elks' Reunion at Philadelphia. In behalf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Governor Peuuypacker has invited the grand lodge of tho j Benevolent Order of Elks to hold its j 11)07 reunion and convention in Phi la dolphin. Tho governor's lettor,togeth er with tho formal invitation which was extended by Mayor Weaver, of Philadelphia, and the cordial promises of welcome given by business men generally, will be carried by Philadel phia lodge to Denver, where this year's convention is to be held. Guess the ground licg has ccme on again. FORTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. George Spaido cele brated their fortieth wedding anniver sary Tuesday evening by entertaining a number of their friends at their home I on Church street. During the evening ' music was furnished by a phonograph .aud refreshments were served. Those present were : Mesdames YV. K. Lunger, H. Jones, C. Lunger, J. Livziey, G. Ridgeway.H. Roppert, G. R. Sechler, H. Kavauaugh.W. Smith, J. McCall, G. Gross, B. Moyer, M. Driscoll, M. Eyerly, L. Herman, C. Mills, W. Roney, W. Linker, H. Trot ter, Misses Alice and Nellie Traiuor, Ella Sperring, Rebecca Smith, Bessie Moyer, Ethel Reppert, Bert Driscoll and Jennie Woodside, Messrs. Louis Herman, Fred Evans, Robert Amies aud Alvin, William and Arthur Spaide. Last week our election returns showed Mr. Hummer to have 216 I votes iu the Fourth ward and Mr. Hoffman 174 in the same ward, which was an error. Mr. Hummer had only 143 and Mr. Hoffman 175. It is reported that the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad will soon enter the Pottsville coal basil). Tracts have been sold and it franchise granted for the road to cu ter Harrisburg. Our niece. Miss Alda Martin, of Paxton, spent several days with us. She was accompanied to this place by her friend, Miss Virginia Orndorf, of the same place, who is visiting at her Uncle George Orndorf's on Front street. A record price of 8225 was paid at Boston, Mass., for Roger Archem's "Scholemaster of Plaine and Perfite Tay of Teaching Children to Under stand, Write and Speak the Latin Tong," printed by John Dave in London, in 1570. The District Attorney and his two deputies, of Phil'a, were severly re primanded by Judge Kalston in Quarter sessions court, that city, the other day for not having more cases ready for bearing, when the jails are filled waiting for trial. Nearly every preacher in Kittan ning has used gambling as a theme during the last week, laying that playing cards for silverware, cut glass pictures and other prizes is as much i gambling as poker playing, wheels of : fortune, crap and similar games. | Sir Harrv Johnston, speaking at a public meeting in London, said he had traveled extensively in Africa for the purpose of putting down the slave trade and that it was his experience that there was more misery and desti tution in London than iu any one separate part of Africa. The Sullivan Gazette and the Sulli van Herald, of Dushore, have con solidated and will hereafter be called the Gazette and Herald. The pub lishers promise to maintain the featur es of both paper*, and will endeavor to reach the highest standard of journalism. May success be yours", gentlemen. At the ninth annual convention of the P. O. S. of A. camps of Columbia and Montour counties, held at Blooms burg, the delegates were welcomed by John C. Harman. Other addresses were made by Ralph Kisner, of Dan ville; Dr. L. B. Kline, of Catawissa; William Chrisman, of Bloomsbug, mM Dr. I. E. Patterson, W B<?utou. ICARITOL SOON READY FOR USH HARHISBURG, Feb. 28.—Just as soon as the workiugmen get out of the capitol, and ouly t-Vio decorators are left to fiuislt the work of ornamenta tion, Suporiutoudeut of Public Build ings aud Grounds Shumuker will be gin the work of cleaning the building, carting out the debris, placing the floor coverings and putting in tlie fur niture. After all this lias boeu done will come the work of installing the differ ent departments in the new edifico that have for sevoral years been from under the capitol's dome. GOVERNOR IN SOUTH WING. The executive department, attorney general's department, Statu depart ment, State treasury,auditor general's department, all now in the executive building, will bo transferred to tho south wing of tho capitol, noxt to the present executive building. The school department, in the south wing, .will remain whero it is,and the departmei t of public buildings and grounds will bo transferred to the front At tho maiu building, to tho loft of tho maiu en trance, opposite to where Senate Lib rarian Miller is now located, on the first tloor. The state police department and tho stato health department will be sent to the north wing, and there will bo located the department of internal affairs, the adjutant general's depart ment, the agricultural department, tho highway department,the insurance de partment and the department of public printing. SOME LOCATIONS NOT DECIDED. As yet tho locations of the stato economic zoologist, the state game de partment, the state fish department, the soldiers' orphans school depart ment and tho rooms of the house resi dent clerk have not been determined upon, and it is one of the problems that confront Superintendent Shumak or. However, he is an executive gen ins, and ho wilt see that all are suit ably settled in comfortable quarters before hot weather sets in. Tho legislative correspondent's as sociation will occnpy one of the low er compartments in the north wing over looking the Italian gardens which it is proposed to make part of the land scape decorative scheme. Tho last governor to move his quart ers was Governor Pattison in 1904, when lie moved from the diugy rooms iu the old nortli building to the com paratively comfortable rooms uow oc cupied by Governor Penuypacker. Just what will be done with the pre sent executive building is a problem, but it is probable that it will be con verted into a museum and place for the flags,t ho present flag room being con sidered very inadequate for its purpose. EVANGELICAL CONFERENCE The first meeting in connection with the twelfth annual session of the Cen tral Peuusylvauia couference of the United Evangelical church was held in the Milton church on Lower Market street Tuesday evening when the board of examiners, of which the pastor, Rev J. D. Shortess is president aud Rev. D. F. Young of Nescopecb,, is secretary, held a business session. At this timo tho five different classes took examination iu church polity. The examinations continued yester day morning aud afternoon. Last even ing at seven o'clock the first public service was held. Thore are one huu dred and thirty-six ministers and ninety-two lay delegates in the confer ence. The new primary election law will not go into efleet until January next and the primaries and conventions of both parties will be held the same this year as heretofore. The Demo cratic convention will be held June 4th and the Republican two weeks later. WANTED:—Two men in encli county to represent and advertise Hardware Department, put out sam ples of our goods, etc. Traveling Position or Office Manager. Salary |9O 00 per month cash weekly, with all expenses paid In advance. We furnish everything. Dept. 610, Mon on Bld'g THE COLUMBIA HOUSE, Chicago, 111. Last Thursday evening the Chris tian Endeavor Society of Shiloh Re formed church entertained the pastor and people of the parish, with some friends, by givng a sociable in the Sunday school room. Recitations and vocal and instrumental music, as well as refreshments were enjoyed by the participants. The room was beauti fully decorated and the occasion was in kindly commemoration of the birth of George Washington. TALES OF TAMAGNO. Some of the Great Singer's Peculiari ties In Money Matters. Despite the fabulous gums Tamagno ' received the great singer had a reputa • tiou for extreme parsimony. When ! staying In Moscow lie noticed that the i waiters in tbo- hotel furnished blm 112 dally with fresh candles, although tho old ones had been barely used. This vexed him, und, seeing that remon -1 strances were of no avail—the candles, he learned, formed a waiter's perqui site—he began to collect the candles himself. On leaving the botDl he gath ered up the whole collection and dls ..-Ibuted them among the waiters when they lined up to receive their tips. Tamagno's one Interest off the stage was his only daughter and her chil dren. It wm for hor that he hoarded his wealth, which he appears to have I feared might slip away. With bis daughter near him, however, he kept open house at his villa ill Varese, near Milan. Once, tu St. Petersburg, he dis puted a fee of 3 fraucs for the for- F warding of a telegram, but on hearing that his daughter was ill he left St. Petersburg and 40,000 rubles ($20,400) to hurry to Milan, 112 Iu n Berlin hotel, after appearing In i"The Prophet," for which he received $1,250, he ordered for his supper two , poached eggs and a bottle of mineral , water. Eventually lie drew from ouo of his pockets a bottle of wine, some of which he poured Into the mineral wa ' ter. It was a bottle which he had con trived to secrete at a banquet given In • bin buuor two flaya before Ui Prague. ANNUAL HOUSE FURNISHING SALE-BEGINS THURSDAY MARCH I, 1906. A Sale of Unusual Importance to' every home builder, just w hat is wanted for Kitchen service or to make house work easy v Why You Can not afford to miss PHces are so far below the ordinary thai you will lie surprised at the actual sav ings if you will count them up ou what you need. Quality is guaranteed on every article—not the trjshy wear out in a day— but the reliable kinds only. 10c Enamelled Ware Assortment, Values up to 25c Regulary. Every piece First Qualitv Goods—prices as cheap as other stores sell seconds or chipped off qualities. Positively lowest prices ever made on perfect goo.ls, reg u!a- prices IS, 1">, 4 JO to 25c | Deep Pudding Pans I, 1..}, 3 ami 4 quarts—loc. Tube Bake Pans, extra deep, 9$ inch across 100. Sauce Pans, long handles 2 and 24 quarts—loc. (Covered Buckets tin lid, 1 pint and 1 quart—loc. Seamless Howls, gold 2 quarts—loc. Deep Stew Pans, long handles I.] and 2 qts.—loc. Lipped Preserving Kettles with handles hold 2 and - j qt.—loc. Kxtra deep Pie Plates, medium and large—loc. Drinking Cups, extra large size—loc. Deep Fry Pans, long handle and lipped—loc. 'Long Handle Dippers, mart size—loc. Perforated Ladles long handle large*— 10c. Deep Cake Pans, medium and extra larg"—loc. Wall Soap Dishes, with perforated drainer—loc. Long Handle Cooking Spoons —10c. Other Big Bargains in l'irst quality enameled ware next week, rememl>er our goods are not chipped off already when \ou buy them. Wooden Ware Unmatchable Bargains, Tubs, Buckets, Washboards, etc. 40c Brass Wash Boards 30c. Full brass front, 3 ran* sin back, eve. y oue* guaranteed for 5 years, single side zinc Wash Boards 30c. All Wood never wear out boards 18c. SI.OO Folding Ironing Tables 75c. 110 FU " fi ' Ze ' manner, extra large size 112 .Iding Ironing tables Tubs, Special. 1.25 size 5c extra law. 1.00 size 05c medium. 75c size 40c small size. Drop handles hoops that don't rtist can't drop off made from Virginia. Cedar white, not entirely free from knots. Same kind that have no knots, ltegular 2.00 ones 1.50 large size. Regular 1.40 ones 1.00 medium. Regular 1.00 ones 89c small. Chair Seats, shaped ready to use all sizes sc. Towel Hollers wood or nickle for 10c. Long and Folding Hat or Coat Hooks 10c. Clothes Pins—2l doz. for oc. so -yryrynrtriTiT? Wood Bucket Special. 18c quality at 14c fill size painted 2 hoops cedar water buckets hoops that can not fall off 25 and 30c usually 30 and 40c. Clothes Dryers folding bars 39, 49. Wall dryers folding arms 5, 10, 2«'c. Folding Wash llenches holds 2 tubs 50c value 39c, with wringer attachment 08c. Sewing Tables Holding legs yard mea surer on top 1.25. Mop sticks, both brush or mop 10c Cotton Mop* 10c. Corner Wall Shelves 10c. Special Drives In Tin Ware. And its reliable quality, bright and new not tra-hy if the price is small. Ific Dish l'ans 7Jc. Regular 10 quart size extra deep. Water Pails 10c good strong handles holds 10 quarts. Extra lieavv Water or Milk Tails all sizrs, 20, 30c. 10c Pudding Pans sc. Full 4 quart size a veryepe ial bargain. I Extra Deep custard or pie plates and cake pans sc. Covered Tin Buckets 1, 2, 4 and 0 qts 5, 10, and 15c Extra Big Specials Next Week. Watch for lowest prices ever made on other lines, of House Furnishing next week will be big money severs. S—WWWWWWVWb—t5 —WWWWWWVWb —t— Jewelry Clearence 5c Each. Odds and accumulations—Baby Pins 'hirt Waist Buttons and Pins, Beit Buckles, Hat Pins Scarf Pins values represented 25 to 50c now at 5c each. Last of the Tam-O-Shanters. Here's the final Clean Up price, girls look 50c ones for tyoc. 25c ones for 19 cents. Dress Suit Case Bargains. Full leather cases, showing the highest workmanship with all modern i tn provements, the real high grade, ladies and gents size/*! 12.00 values for 9.50: 8.00 values for 5.75. 10.00 values foi 7.75: 7.00 values foi 5.00. 4.00 values for 2.50. More 5c Shirts for 29c. Men's and Boys' fleeced lined Undershirts and overshirts in percale and out ing. sizes are mostly the larger ones now. $1.50 and SI.OO Gloves 75c. Fine Dress Gloves in kid and mocha .'or men and IKIVS, shades in tan, pearl and grey, Overstitched and pipue stitched. The bargain isbebt quality gloves at second quality price. Lot $2.00 Shoes for 98c. A small lot ladies' and misses dress and every da)' shoes, your size may not last long come quick. Misses and children's 50c shoes an exceptionally cheap the wav shoes are going tip, in the price. Rich Bargains in Silks. _ One lot soc Jap Silks in cream at .'s9c yard wide jap silks in cream I.ooqual. 75c 85c, colored taffetas silk 19 inches wide special this week at 55c yard. Fancy Dress Silks for whole suit and waists 19, 22 and 27 inches at 50c 75c 1.00 yard. New Spring Skirts Arrived. Light grey panamas and cloths and grey plaid beautiful and articlic effects iu box pleats and stitchings you will surely be pleased to see the new styles at 5.00, 9.85. 7 50 and 8.00. 5 Large Bake Bowls 50c. What every housewife needs every day in the year 5 size in each of 7, 8. 9, 10 inch extra deep Mixing I owls blue mottled outside, Regularly the two larger sizes sell for 20 and 25c or 45c so you see you get them the other .) sizes for addi tional sc. Grocery Prices Saturday, March 3rd. O .ions 17c peck. Finest quality little pretzels 10c »b. Zest with dishes 2 packs for 25c. scjeans Sardines in oil 2 cans for 7c. L ;ng Macorr.ni fres'i from faetory 8 for 25c. All soaps, including ivory at (> for 25c. 35c sack Buckwheat J2£ lbs for 2\k'. Have you tried Schreyer's Gilt Edge r lour we sell 25 lbs for 55c. 50 lbs. for 1.10 aud guaranteed every Schreyer Store Co. Fronl 81. - MILTOII, PA. - Elm SI. THE NEW WAY TO CURE DYSPEPSIA PEPSOIDS DESTROY STOMACH DISEASE GERMS. TRY A FULL SIZED BOTTLE-FREE. Pepsoids cure tlie worst forms of Dys tepsia and all other Acute or Chronic tomach Disorders by repairing the worn out lining of the stomach and destroy all disease germs. Dyspepsia once cured in this way never returns. PoDtoid. are .old at 10 eonta a bottle on an absolute guarantee to cure, or moooy 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. P. GOSH & CO., Druggists. 12 I-2c Percales 8c Yard. Both light and dark colorings in waists and dress pattern* an exceptionally wide range of choice this week and percales always wear and wash the best of all cottons. 12 I-2c Seersuckers 10c Yard The genuine Bates Seersucker—every «#ie knows they are the best made Unex celled for children's hardweur dresses, ladies skirt*, waists or wash suits. 50c Waistinys 19c Yard. A very special bargain for shirt waist a wash skirt or a whole suit, lis a value worth looking up. 25c White Long Cloth 15c a Yard. Especially nice for line underwear, in fants dresse-*, come soon as you can for : the yardage is not great and no more to j get at this price. 15c Ribbons 10c a Yard. Silk Tafferas, a special offering 11.is week in the wider ones and in all colors at 10 a yard. Laces—Less Than 10c Ya r d. Val. Laces and Insertions worth 5c yd at 12 yards for 10c, this is an interesting offer for you will need lots of them for trimming this summer. You do not obligate 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. Poople with woak stomachs aro always in misery. Pepsoids have made thousands of poo ple happy by Riving them what naturo intended everyone should poshohs— a Strom? and healthy stomach, so as to enjoy the bost there is in life. Try Pepsoids to-day, price only 50 cents a bottle at drug store. Or you may have a full sized bottle free by writing The Vio Chemical Co., Chicago, 111. 8 GIBSON PICTURE FAD SEIZESJOLLECTORS Takes Place of Post Card Craze With Ae Young Women. The Gibson picture habit has been ef fectually fastened on o bip proportion of the reading population of thia section by the publication by the Sunday North American of ten of the latest of this great American artist's pictures as art supplement. It has started the Gibson collection fad, and this promises to last until the last of the pictures are out. There WIIS a time wh«-n the Gibson girl was the Idol of the young woman. Now the Gibson art supplement gives every body an opportunity to collect the artist's works, and there will be few homes that will not have a good representation with in the next few weeks. For the time being the collection of Gfbsoil drawings has taken the place of the collection of post cards in Philadel phia. and the fad Is certain to spread to all of the towns where the pictures are made so easily obtainable. The picture which The North American is to issue next Sunday Is "A Castle in the Air." it is one of the most forceful of Gibson's works, and teaches a broad moral lesson to young people and old alike. Strawberry Ridge. The recent rains have swollen the streams and cleared them of all ice, without doing any damage along their courses. The crop was sufficient for all to fill their house. B , and those who failed to do so need no pity. The chicken and wafHo supper was well attended last week. The waffles were fine. Civile Springer entertained the people with his new graphaphone. Every body enjoyed it as well as the supper. Come again, Clyde. Frank Deihl visited David Ulrick's last Sunday. William Dye visited at Clark Mc- Michacl's Sunday. Mrs. Amelia Deihl was on the sick list last week. We are glad to hear she is fairly well again. Clarence says he don't care much for waffles but enjoys a good nap. Aaron Dietriek cut down a large chestnut tree last week, which mea sured four feet six inches in diameter; 13 feet, 9 inches in circumference, and after it was sawed into blocks it made 8 loads of wood. The tree is supposed to have been more than one hundred years old. Under the management of Petti jolin, Snyder & Dildine we are get ting the best telephone service. A1 ready the lines extend many miles throughout our valley, bringing pro ducc ami consumer in close touch with ; one another, besides many advantages that were not thought of before tin lines were constructed. The people could not do without it. What wi need next is a trolley line. V V V ; .•.o K. i vous Diseases —Dr. Oi.imnn's Prescription • iho nerve«. Biiiirja up worn out men an! woun-n. Price 50 Cts. Washington's birtliJay Celebration. An enteriaiiinioiit was hold in Moser's school in Dcrrv Towii.-lii|> on riiursdny evening, Feb. 22nd, in honor ot Washington's birthday. The following program was rendered: Song by the school, Red, White and Bine, Recitatiou—Birthday of Wash ington and Ilia Fortunes, Ada Moser, Alice Deitrieh and Edna Stinemau. Recitation —George Washing ton , Olive Stinemnn. Recitation—Babies and Kittens, Winnie Moser. Recita tion—Praises of Washington, Lulu Steffen. Recitation—-Little Nellie's Lust Prayer, Clara Deitricb, Recita tion—Glory to Washington, Carrie Steffen, Recitation—Washington ' s Flag, Donald Johnson. Recitation— A Little Boy's Ilatchet, Clearance .Moser. Recitation—-States Crowning Washington, by nine pupils; Song— America, Recitation—Washington, Alvin Moser. Recitation —The Sword of Bunker Mill, Nellie Billmeyer. Recitation —The New Scholar, Win nie Moser. Recitation—My Home; My Country, Marie Drake. Recita tion—The Veteran Talks, Clarence Moser. Recitation —Mamma's Kisses, Donald Johnson. Recitation —-Wash- ington's Kiss, Maggie Bogart. Reci tation—Things I Love, Dorothy Dei trieh. Recitation—The Biggest Piece of Pie, Clarence Moser. Recitation— Grandpa's Spectacles, Ada Moser. Recitation—Tommy's Prayer, .Mog gie Jiogart. Recitation—The Banner Betsey Made, Clara Deitricb. Recita tion —By Katie Steffen. Song— Marching Through Georgia. Recita tiou —Mary Moser. Recitation—Win nie Beyer. Recitation —Rosa Williams Recitation—Eva Nephew. Mr. Al bert Billmeyer rendered several very line selections of music on his new talking machine, during which time a collection was taken up to purchase a frame for Washington's picture. Af ter many able remarks by Supt. C. W. Dorr and others, the entertain ment closed, by appropriate selections of music. Motto—The character of a people is shown in the regard they have for their great men, their benefactors, J their heroes. Do they forget them'! Do they honor them? We cannot honor them with too deep a reverence. ISAAC L. ACOK, Teacher. a tfuuruutcml cure for Dyspepsia. Indigestion r.aU all Stomach trouble. Price 50 Cents. Exchanqe Pick-Ups. MR. EDITOK: —Springtime is com ing, at least indications such as blue birds and robins. Hugh McCaffrey wears a broad smile. It's a girl and she came to stay. The large building for the new plauing mill is being completed rap idly. The Crist minstrel show held nt this place Feb. 22, was largely at tended. Drs. Muffley and Huffman passed through our burg the other day. Kleenuuf's house is having the roof placed on by Smith Bro's of Schuyler. Carl Grimes, of Millville, transact ed business in town last week. .Tuo. Dennen, Wm. Kirkuer, Jos. S. Acor and Amos Albeck attuuded ci/urt at Dauvilie this wVuk. ■■hmbdhbh |hr: , 053338S I C*storia AVcgclahle Preparationfor As - a slmilaling lltcFoodandßegula- :| ling the Stomachs andßowels of Promotes Digeslion.Checrful- [ || ness arid Rest.Contains neither j Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Koi Hahcotic. /'rxwcartrcHOi »Sj f\myJan Seed" » si/x. Senna * 1 RochMs SmUi I sbutr ,fent * I I . l Ham. W- V Clarified , Sugar I hfair/y/ m vTarvr: / | A perfect Remedy forConstipa- 5 Ron, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea 1 Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- | ness and Loss of Sleep. H Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. w iwrnmnrrM ■ EXACT COPY 05 WHARBCH. ffl i-gsammmmmmmmmmm SGMCOL, BUT NO FUPIL3 TeatliT Sen* Thcrii Home 3 Months An" 1° Enforce Vacciratlon Law. Heading,- Feb. 28. The school at Freeman has not had a pupil for three months because of the compul sory vaccination law. W. Walter Ki'< 1-v, the teacher, scut the children home because the parents refused to have them vaccinated. Mr. Kcssler opens the building ea';!i school day morning, but not a hihl has appeared since December 1. lie remains on duty all day, and de votes much of his time to study. His salary goes on just the same as though the school benches were all occupied. The parents still prefer to keep their children at home rather than have them vaccinated. The school directors are supporting the teacher in his efforts to enforce the law. The children of the Freeman school are barred from neighboring schools. Clemens Wagner is home again, after an absence of a couple of months. Dr. Snyder, of' Washingtonville, passed through town Sunday. James F. Ellis and wife attended Mio funeral of the latier's lather 011 Wednesday of last w< ek. liitermeut tVas made at Money. Quite a large birthday party was ,'iveii Mr. James Mills, Monday. Daniel Koch, of McKees, pasted through town Monday, leading a fine horse. Mrs. Frank Ellis veiled Mrs. J. \Y. Tuesday. John Dennen and wife transacted business in Millville Friday. X X OASTOXIIA. Bears the Tha Kind You llavo Always Bough! Tt"ZiVffSSSi White Hail Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Kilter, of Hughesville, spent Saturday and Sun da}' with Mrs. Hitter's parents in our town. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. DeWald spent the last week visiting in Milton. Mr. and Mrs. \V. F. Dildine are spending several days visiting in Bloomsbtirg. Phat is the madder rnit that mon what they call Kckrtuu or Ricksteen or somediugs else fer sherrift, euny how ? I med him toder day. lie looks righd, und him talks righd, und him is on the wadder wagon, too — someding somebody rises should dc. Will give you more in de near past, as dime is scarce shust now. Yours promisquently, I. C. Prisoners Cost Too Much. Selin's Grove, Feb. 27.—Snydir County is paying fifty cents a day fir boarding her prisoners. lucludiug laun try bills, they cost the county 84 a week. Commissioner Lesher made this statement today, and says the ex penses must be reduced. A Sterenaon SJory. A book 011 Stevenson tells of a speech be made at a gathering of Scotchmen In Samoa. lie said: "1 cannot say why we are proud to be Scotsmen, but the fact remains th.it we are. It is not that our laud is sunny like these trop ical isles, and its climate Is not even lovely. Scotland's history contains lit tle that Is not disgusting to people of humane feelings. That long brawl | which is called Scottish history eon tains scarcely one object that Scots have patience with." The address drew tears to the eyes of a German who had gone to the meeting violently preju diced against Stevenson. No sooner bad the speaker finished than the meet lng proceeded to clasp bauds and sin? "Auld Lang Syne." More Than Skin Tight. Senator Joe Blackburn, who wa* quite a dandy in his younger ilays. once ordered a pair of trcjsera from his tailor, and as the fashlou theu wa? to wear tffrht nether bnbilaineuts he emphatically demanded that this par ticular pair he «!;iu tight. Indue tlmr the trousers were cent home and tried on, whereupon the senator sent for the tailor and proceeded to open Ore. "What in the blankety blank blank have you done with these trousers?" hp demanded. "You told me to make them skin tight, sir." faltered the tailor "Yes; but, by the great horn spoou. yon overdid it." roared the senator. "1 can *it down in my skin, but I can't in 4 these trousers." emu For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tlie / 4 Signature /% W IS §8 \J For liver Thirty Tears THE OCNTAUR OOWPANY. NEW YORX CITY. COLLtGE OP MUSIC. Parents desiring 1 li«*ir children lo have thorough instruction in MIIH'C, ami well cared for, can lind 110 belter place than THE COLLEGE OF MUSIC at Krceburg, Snyder County* Pa. Pupils from fen years old and from iho be pinner to the advanced are adnrtted. Perms begin May 7, June 12 and July '2-1. For catalogue address. I 20 HENUY li. MovKit. WANTED 10 men in each slate to ravel, post signs, a «vcrlise and leave simples of our jjoods. Salary $75 00 per month. $.">.00 per day for ex pend*. KOY \ LSI.'PP. V ('().; Dept. V. A Is Block. Chi. 1: Appiidioii ior Transfer N ticolßh reby given that JAME T FIN 1. Y li.is tiled witl he c1 . k •»i the ! ev : of D«ee snb« rm - ions :n a <1 i\>v the On eiy of ntour un application for tho transfer «»f Ills krhoieMUtu ilqa r license 112 oin Its present i cut lon : East M ihoning H ret 1 lo u cor a.n ton* iMoiu sltuiito at No. HI I Mill street sal application Ibrtransfer wi lbe pre* nted ' ■i 1 ■ <' u-l March -ml, I'.KMI, at id o'clock, A. M. THOS. 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