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VOL. 32. MIDDLEBUllGH, SNYDER CO.; PA OCTOBER W)j KU4?.
BUSINESS MM WIIOWANT RESUIHO PLANT THEIR ADUERT1SEMENTS IN"THllll)I)J ,EBU I ;g 1 1 " L?xsf"NuUT
ITEMS of LOCAL INTEREST
This iii typical Autumn weather.
A trying occupation tho Judge's.
A pair of slippers two banana
A type of female beauty the typo-
Uivil S. Weis' advertisement in
Aljourucd court was in session
It is tho dentist who can do tooth
dings at once.
T,fincas!er Ginghams still 41 cents
it Weis', Solinsgrove.
rmnk Reitzis the happy father
Lfun eleven pound girl.
rKhior Thompson made a flying
Lip to Harriaburg on Saturday.
Ready made sheets and pillow
tiseg at Veis Solinsgrove.
Tho latest fad among mill girls is
swap chewing gum.
Ihomuon'B glove fitting corsets in
sizes at WW, behnsgrovo.
Buy your Boots, Shoes and Rub
ers at M. a. Schroyor b. i2-15-'J5.
Mjourned court on Mouday
rouuUt a number of lawyers to our
Sever tell a homely girl that a
ini is as plain as tho noso on her
Hiss Lottie Spangler of Vordilla
risiting relatives in town tuis
'a OjnsT r?v;!vers, .ramttoi.
Schroyers. 12 159o.
Irrin Laudenslager, one of Penn
imsbip's rising republicans, was
town on Monday.
KiJ gloves in all tho late shades
'Jbe sold at cost on opening day
Io fictitious certificates, but solid
:ts, testify the marvelous cureB by
ivsters 1 Orsters ! 1 Oysters 1 ! !
sli shell Oysters always on hand
'lie Central Hotel.
avid Wetzel of Swineford is in
ladclphia this week laying in a
ply of new goods.
on. Monroo II. Kuln of Sharuo-
was circulating among friends at
county seat last Friday.
T. Lester Schoch of Roadiug is
iMiiigtoDr. Q. E. Hassingers
ace during the latter a illness.
I group of local new women will
t'oize a foot ball team. They are
f practicing at bargain counters.
r n't bo to stingy to pay your tol
lmen a few compliments occus-
if you can t pay anything
wge and well selected stock of
Mi Hubbers, and Hardware, at
'Bottom prices at M. S. Schroy.
tor Lesher of the Times was
JJleburgh last Thursday and
h the democratic dust off his
Howard Pish, W. G. VouNeida
Kant Ilolig rodo on their wheels
oeliusgrovo to Middleburgh
turn on Sunday.
foot hull game between Buck-
J Gettysburg, at Harrisburg
I'urday, was eosily won by the
ST VOl" I
f by a score of 5ito0.
My party of Odd Fellows came
we caaul last Thursday from
lirv in KiMrun,. ..i
hi enjoyed the delicacies at
lcl I llAVA Rniiriil iha mr.
lu compotent physician to
w my practice during my ill
iiU at my office as before.
0. K. Hassisoeb, 11. D.
,2 an nsi
K goods at Mrs. E. 0. Aur-
uuunery and Fancy store,
LadifiH' TTofd n..
I, ,. "wui wauo, uai,
iirddren's ooatB. All nr in.
focome and see.
Ayer's Hair Vigor invigorates the
scalp j but cures dandruff nnd Itch
ing. An elegant dressing.
Dr. Ritter of Liverpool, tho uew
preacher for tho TJ. B. church,
preached his first sermon for this
charge on Sunday evening.
Samuel Wittenmycr, Jr., and Rex
Wagner drove over from Lewisburg
on Friday and spent Sunday with
the former's parents.
Have you seen tho l itest thing in
Boys' Tain o'shnuteraf If not come
now that you may havo a selection.
Libbio Di nkleberger.
Charles Swineford and aud Daniel
Kleckner and their wives of Mitllin
burg were the guests of D. T. Rhoads
and wife on Sunday.
Rev. A. G. Nye and family left on
Tuesday morning to make their
home at Pottsville. We regret to
lose Mr. Nyo as ho has endeared
himself to tho peoplo of this place.
II. Oppenheimer, Selinsgrove, Pa.,
has a full line of gloves on hand;
Kid, Castor, Buckskin, Hogskin, 9ne
dress and cloth gloves at tho most
reasonable rates. 10-2 1-3 1.
The tenth anniversary of the First
Evangelical Lutheran church atSo
liungrove, will take placo on Sunday,
Nov. 3, 11)5. Dr. Seip, president
of Muhlenburg college, will deliver
Last week somo men were thresh
ing at Mensh'u in Union county near
Mifllinburg and the ou
a gold watch in the coal. The watu
was picked up and wound and it has
been running aince. tff
r 0Tf:!'Zmloii " o O'rienl at ta
Monday took charge of the McEes
J Falls Hotel. Mr. Swineford and
his wifo were at our county teat
Tuesday and called at thisofiico.
Misses Annie and Bessio Dunklo
of Wtitsontown, Mollio Burns nnd
the Phillips sisters will give an en
tertainment in tho Town Hall, So
linsgrovo on Thursday night of this
week. Admission 20 and 25 cts.
Martin Rohbach of New Berlin
bus a idee lot of clover seed, Tim
othy seed Alfalfa, Crimson and all
kinds of common clover for sale.
Farmers will do well to call to see
his line before purchasing else
Tho top of Blue Hijl has been
laid out in lots by Robert Lesher,
Sr., and already a number of peoplo
from the cities havo purchased sites
and propose to erect cottages for
summer use. This will make a de
sirable place for city peoplo to spend
The Mifllinburg Times after pub
lishing that oft-repoated wedding
fake, says : "Wo congratulate tho
groom, but Editors' wives will no
doubt feel sorry for tho brido."
The Times neglected to state that
they were judging other newspapers
by the standard of its own.
Tho old jewelry stand of Phillip
Swineford, dee'd, is now in charge
of C. O. Moyer and Co. All kinds
of repairing done on short notice
All work in guaranteed nnd our
prices are made to suit the times. A
full lino of watches and clocks al
ways on hand. tf.
Tho Smith Estate sale on Saturday
was largely attondod and tho real
eBtato was sold as follows : Tract
No. 2, Mrs. N. C Gutelius, $2,0;H)i
3. Mrs. Dora E. Diehl, $250; 4, A. C.
Smith, $171)0; 5. Izora C. Smith,
170 j 0, Carrie S. Hillbish, 510; 7,
Lillio E. Gordon, 112 and 8, Izora
C. Smith, SID.
Johu C. Brown, a well known Re
publican politician, residing in
Gregg township, Union county,
dropped dead Saturday on the
street. He had been iu Lewisburg
attending a Republican county
committeo meeting. He was in tho
cavalry service duriug the war, and
took a prominent part in the Grand
Army of the Republic and Patriotic
Order Sons of America affairs, and
served as postmaster at Allenwood
for several years.
CftlKlldiitp fur HntMTlnr .lililxn.
A beautiful figure for a mairige
A good color fur a f.mt ball team
would bo black and blue.
Largo Fresh Oysters on the Half
Shell at tho Central Hot"!. Try
Peoplo who live in glass houses
aro liable to givo their neighbors a
Tho society man is getting into
shape. In fact, he sometimes needs
it to travel on.
Percivnl Hare wac at Lewisburg
on Mouday assisting his son, Frank,
to move to Altoona.
Geo. V "t-"" tuo successful
u.uier of Swineford, shot two wild
turkeys on Saturday.
John Wayne, wife aud two chil
dren of Caea county, Michigan, are
,rL'-'- " '
' Dr. Caker and family of Augusta-
ville, Pa., spent Sunday at Azariah
Kreeger's in Swineford.
Shell Oysters by tho dozon, by the
quart, by the hundred or by the bar
rel at tho Central Hotel.
Elias Kreamer will sell a car load
of Calves and Holstein bulls at Mt.
Pleasant Mills oc Saturday.
Thomas Hostcrman nnd sister
Ada of Woodward wera visiting at
Phillip Spaid's on Sunday.
Rev. Frederick Bower started to
Philadelphia on Tuesday where he
will visit friends for a short while.
When your coal dealer tries to
conviuco you that 1800 pounds
make a ton, his words fail to carry
Authur Beaver, J. A. Snyder and
M. K. Hussiuger will attend tho
Snydor-Northiunberlaud district C.
E. Convention at Mt. Carmel this
One of tho most important Foot
Ball games to bo played in this sec
tion of tho state will tako place at
Wrilliamsport next Saturday be
tween Backnell eleven aud State
College. There has been a constuut
rivalry betweeu these teums for
years aud great interest is maui
fosted iu this game.
WlNTEK MlLUXEUV Ol'EMSO. In
accordauco with my usual custom I
will have my Winter Millinery Open
ing on Wednesday and Thursday,
Octobor 30lh and 31st. I will havo
about 75 or loo trimmed hats on
hand. Great bargains in notions
can be secured. A cordial invitation
is extended to bo present at tho op
ening. Lmuie Ddnkleueiuieii.
When your bicycles need repairs,
go to W. D. Baker, 211 Pino St.,
Selinsgrove, Pa., and havo it well
done. Bicycles bought sold and ex
changed. Renting. Instructions in
riding. A comploto lino of cycling
sundries, Second hand whools al
ways in slock. Agency for tho Cele
brated Columbia Bicycles. tf.
One reason why bicycles will not
be much cheaper next season than
they wore this season is because
there is a scarcity of tubing. There
are only throe works in this coun
try that can make bicyclo tubing,
and this firm have already Bold the
entire output for the season. The
shortage of tubing will therefore
prevent any cut in the price of
wheels next year.
CAllilM.Itt' fur Slfl.l- .III ltfi.
Death of Samuel Luck.
Tho Post regrets to record the
sudden death of Samuel Luck of
Penn Tmvnulim Wv f n,.L- .. o
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born in Penn Township about fifty
live years ago and belonged to a
largo and well known Snyder county
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laimiy oi eleven children, six boys
and five girls.
His father. Iunui f.iwl- 1m. 1 ..
. n, . b
tainod to tho remnrkablengnof nine-
ly lour years when he died in the
spring of 1W, having enjoyed a
blissfull married life with his excel
lent vifo for a period of over sixty
six yuiH. Samuel was the fourth
ou of tho family and w, u,,t0d for
his excessive energy, earm,Ht appli
cation to work find lii :i
- t n iuiufc uiiire-
tent mint iiemndf,.. ' i r i
skilfull carpentor, a quiet, poaceable
citizen who never had aught to say
against frimwl m tt
. wn. UD I-UIUB
nardinooa and grout vigor and they
did a great deal to improve the then
uninuaoiiaiou wilderness, jus sud
den death is a serious blow to his
family, and a great loss to tho com
munity which he served for a ipiar-
ler oi a century iu wio undertaking
Death of Johnnie Graybill.
There is rarely so much nublic
sympathy aroused for tho death of
so young a child as that of Johu
Kussel, a son or Clarence and Mag
L'ie Graybill of Swineford. The
child suttered a great deal for more
than a month and finally succumbed
last Thursday at noon. All that the
kind and careful attention of loving
hands could do was of no avail to
sparo tho young child who died at
tho early age of 3 years, 8 months
and 7 days.
Tho funeral service took placo on
Sunday morning at ten o'clock iu
tho Lutheran church. Tho sermon
was preached by Rev. D. K McLain,
tho family pastor. Appropriate re.
marks wero made by Rev. Hertz.
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Pay your debts, sleep well and livo
Wo all liko to seo our friends
dressed neatly and with cood taste
Ono of the most noticeablo features
about a lady's dress is her hat.
Your hat should bo trimmed with
tasto and neatness and tho place to
got this is at Libbie Duuklebcrger'B
On Tuesday tho editor of tho
Post sent to A. W . Gill of Middles
warth and W. I. Zncliirnn nf TrnvM
villo certificates of scholarships at
the Blooiusburg Normal school for
2S aud 11 weeks respectively in j,c-
cordanco with tho prizes won in tlm
recent contest. Tho scholarships
havo been naid in full nnd nnililm.
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now remains for tho winners except
to prosent tho certificates aud get
iiieso magnmconi prizes.
"Mistaken Souls Wuo Dheam of
Buss." The following inarriaorn li
censes have been granted siuco our
last publication :
iChas. O. Wagner, Mifflin Co.,
Florence E. hnyder, Beaver Twp.
j John P. Hassinger, Boavor Twp .
Sarah R. Gill, Franklin Twp.
E. Bonfer, , Dry Valley X Roads,
Mary A. kroiBber, Shamokin Dam.
S Henry J. Herman, Kratzerville,
( Orpba I. Kratzer, "
jjohnBrouse, Jackson. Twp.,
EinmaE. Khnglor, "
Cotton States and Internatonal Expo
Atlanta' O.itea lmve lni.:i
month, the Cotton States and Inter
national Exposition is iu fine shape,
tho weather is ideal, and the con
ditions for seeing the gre it, fair are
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mo inosi iavorable. I he m ess
unites in achorus of praise for the
ooutu a greatest achuMomeut.
To day, Wednesday, October 23,1,
will be President's Day. Let tho
whole pooplo unite in making this
occasion a' grand ovation to the
head of tho greatest government on
earth. Politics cut no iiifiiie. Iliiu
is an occasion when tlm Clm.f W.
eeutive of this nation cuiuos to dig-
nuy with his presence a great event
in tho history of tho South. It ix
au occasion full of interest and
bright, with promise. The neonl..
aro moving, telegrams from distant
cities annt.unco that nub lie meet
ings are being held and excursions
Elovon Prnssi A jMfwi,ii;,inu f.-,....
Minnesota to Florida. Imvn vilt,..!
tho Exnoaitiou and all Went, nwiiv
enthusiastic on the fair. They were
surprised bv its magnitude.
oJ by ita beauty, and illlotl with in-
. . . .
iormaiion uy tue varied and won
derful exhibits. Tho fun-lovers had
their fill; of pleasure on Midway
Heicrhta ; and tlm uiili,.i-.i,.in.i...i
found food for thought tho rest of
The Presidant will ln imnnrln.l ,
the moBt imposing military procos-
siona ever organized in time of
ninA. ' T '"It... . i . .
...... -r- , i . ' . aimoBi
entirely of old uiniorioorganiziuuma
which have stood the fire of four
A Novel Idea.
It is free, and deeply interests
ovorybody who has aches or pains,
or who is weak and sickly. Anyone
can loaru the surest ami quickest
moans to get strong aud well by ac
cepting that splendid free offer of
tho great specialist iu curing ner
vous nud chronic diseases, Dr.
Greene, of 35 West ! 1th St., New
York City. Ho has established a
system of letter correspondence
through which all sick and suffer
ing peoplo can loaru exactly what
ails them, and how to get well, with
out expense and without leaving
their homes. All they havo to do is
to write to the Doctor, stating each
symptom from which thoy uro suf
fering, and ho will answer their let
tor, explaining their case thorough
ly, tolling just what tho trouble is
aud what to do to be cured. Ho
gives tho greatest care and atten
tion to every lotter, and tells tho
causo of each symptom so nlaiuly
that patients understand instantly
just what ails them. And all this
costs nothing. It is a splendid op
portunity for those who cannot af
ford the time or expetiso to go to
the city. Dr. Greene makes a
spocialty of curing patients through
lottor correspondence. Ho is tin
most successful specialist in euritig
nervous aud chronic diseases, and is
tho discoverer of that wonderful
medicine, Dr. Greene's Xervura
blood and nervo remedy. Those
who write to him get cured.
You can oarn5oach day "giving"
our absolutely indispensiblo house
hold articlo away. New plan of work,
making experience unnecessary and
success certain for either sex in any
section. Sample dozen free. Credit
given. Froight paid. Address,
Meluose MVo. Co., MS Melroso
Park. 111. 10-10-lt
Stoves! Stoves!! If you need
any thing in the line of Stoves you
can save from 2 to ( dollars by com
ing to us to buy. We have a full
line of the very latest improved
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters in stock,
also Spouting, Roofing aud Stove
repairs at the lowest prices. Come
and Bee our stock before buying
elsewhere. Shop close to the rail
BiusttoN & Mattes,
tf. Swineford, Pa.
h e r e a n y-
trul v biuiiti
fill t hail the
expressi o n h
of iiatuie in
.:'yi'4V. the most
... hiA : nppt aranres.
1 lie most
the eye are the trees with a foliage
most fascinating even to tin- dullest
specimen of humanity. Almost ev
ery color imaginable eau be seen
with harmonious blending upon
the leaves of every tree. The at
mosphere is inviting in temperature
and bracing to all who commune
with nature and inhale the draughts
of pure ozone. Those who want to
more fully realize the goodness and
greatness of a wise Creator,
should walk out and learn a vreat
lesson of Na ore's teaching.
A day iu the woods for chestnuts
by the wayfarer or a tramp with gun
and ammunition will open the real
scenes of nature and view the beau
ties of this grand and glorious cre
ation. It is only when we ponder
over our ('iorV goodness that wo
realize the extent of his beneficence.
huskiiitf and putting away tumr
corn. The crop is a fair one
Rev. S. E. Bateman was tho guest of
his sister, Mrs. H. H. Heibster, a
day or so last week.... II. K. San
ders is visiting relatives and frieinN
at Adamsburg Hon. J. ('. Bueher
and wife of Lewisburg and Dr. Levi
Rooke and wife of Wintiel 1, inudea
short stop in town on Monday,
while on their way home from Ad
amsburg Our merchants, C. M.
Showers and II. C. Sampsell, were
in Philadelphia last week laying in a
supply of fall and winter goods
H. M. Enders of York was in town
on business, Thursday Sheriff
Specht, W. W. Witteuni.vcr and
'Squire Stcininger, of tho county
seat, were iu town on business on
Friday. .. .Ex-soldier Samuel Bolig
attended tho re-union of i'.'th Regi
ment, at Huntingdon last week... .
George E. Sheary and daughter.
Ella, of Mifllinburg wero the guests
of S. V. Sheary on Thursday H.
P. Stuck and wife of Mifllinburg
were with relatives iu town on
Thursday Communion Services
will be hold iu the Lutheran church
next Sunday morning; preparatory
services on Saturday afternoon
Miss Cora Stine went to Milton on
Monday where she expects to re
main for a few weeks.
Sir John Macdonald anJ the- Kilts.
A story of Sir John Macdonald ap
pears in the Canadian Ga telle. Sir
John was at a reception iu the west,
and a bishop from Belgium was
present. As the party were being
escorted by a body of men in High
land cost nine, the foreign bishop,
seeing the bare legs of kilts, asked
why those men were without trous
ers. "It's just a local custom,"
gravely replied Sir John. "In somo
places people take olf their hats as a
mark of honor to distinguished
guests; here they tako off their
The most stylishly trimmed hats
for ladies and children eau bo pur
chased at moderate prices. I have
a full nnd complete line of all the lat
est fall and winter styles. Call to
seo my stock. Liiiihe Dcnkm iikhueu.
Blank k Gut tshall have added to
their Roller Flouring Mill a first
class Buck wheat mill nud are pre
pared at nil times to exchange Hour
for buck wheat.
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