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CoMiity, Press- tot MILFORD. NKE COUNTY. PA.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 26.. 11)10. " NO 46 VOL. XV. BRIEF MENTION Moution ia made this week of the desth of Adam Haas of Hhohola. He came to this country but when three years old and settled where be has always lived. Ttoree sons John J. of hhohola, Charles of Colorado and George ot Walker Lake, one brother George of Slinhola and three sisters Mrs. Nettie Wohlfarth' of Shohola. Mrs. Katie Weber of Honeedale and Mrs. Barbara Smith ot Wivne'Co., survive him. X. P. Iltiddy and wife were at Monmouth Bench yesterdny where Mr. tlnddy delivered a lecture before l!ie historical society of Monmouth County - -. ."..-, A mirrtag" lioenst) "si jrrHuted A itfUst 23rd toEdwInvL. Rnefer ot Mllaletown. N. Y., and Msry A. Kuglehart of Matamuraa. 1 lie Clrole Publishing Company of Njw York baa gone Into voluntary bumruptcy. Tlie Magazlue was at tinrtivn and interesting but It seeme the ii-'d was a'ready well preempt ed. A. Miller whi conducted a sale hers for a few day i which was very MaciKsful let the people know by ad-1 ver'iaiu? that be bad the goods and tlie iricee, at which he sold them. The old firm of Tcft-Welier ill Sew Y k is going iu, of business and It m rani becau.-e It 'I'd not advertise 1 i :brse days the busiuem which cot keep b'twh the times is o pn I to stagnate. A son was koru August 19lb to El ward Hichop and v.-ife of Sbobola a. d August 22nd tbeir young daugl' ter Uana died of oonvulsious. Thur Joy did not come to them without a gnBt grief following. B inker Knapp, wbo wreck.! a txiuk in Deposit, and was oouvic'eo of receiving deposits after he knew the bank was insolvent, ts now mak ing brooms in Auburn atate prison. Cbutch fairs, euchre ia tea, en ter'aU-monta and ball games here this season have been well pstron Ift d. City people have been gener ous and have spent their money quite freely. The tbunks of the town are due them for this and in re turn they should he shown the great est boapitallty aud const di ration to induce them to come again and bring tbeir friends with tliem. Rose scale on raspberries and blackbeiries may be killed by spray ing with boiled lime uilur. wash after the leaves fall. All the old fanes atiould be cut out now before fit wilt ond burned. This is good practice anyway whether the vines are iufectid ur not. Jdilfurd will Journey to Newton tomorrow to play the 11 rat of a series of three games. Rev. Harvey Klaer and family of Eatton, Pa., are visiting relatives io town. Hc-nesdate now has about 40 fac tories located within a melius of a lulie froin tbe center of town and is reiiclitug out for more. Chiuago experienced a t nn Tue ilsy which caused great damage. 11 niiy buildings weie struck by llgbtliieer between Columbia and Port- lung and yachta and boats were torn Iriiui lt;oir mouriiig. Work ou Cave bank will be com-tueu-'tfJ in a tew duys. A town well lighted at night at. tract, city people They are accus (.11:11 0 t i f U cine liyliu, at borne and ti'tiuraiiy utiivi Uie iirlgiiUieaa wbeu tiiey go nit') a country town not well il.'iiiwi. Milford might with propri ety con iter Ihe (-i-.tiMi of leter slrH lighting. ' 1 be oil ba Keltic.) Hit dust nuisance to a very natiunc tory i- gree, now let oine moans lie d. .iel 1 1 iitiirove tbe light o.ikII l.oio. We inii-1 t--' on tlie inart-li if v.e iah to i; lie. ...u til hue wit others. .Nn York will not allow fifteen i u m to bs sold for a pound. Isn't t In'er Ting w ith a long estab ......ed uusiiiii. ill iter uittrc-tihiit. M .yor Gyuor, wlm u iiof in tlie neck uu b,jaid a Hte,iuier at, u. to suit tor Kuropd, is much iiiiproeii 11 1 now walks sruuud. I'll weather bureau predicts a oold wave for tha last of thia week. John It Gorman, owuar ai d pro prietor of Cuurlelga Inn at btruudr. burg, died Tuesday after lung 111 U' -s agid 46 years. f" .rty four puut otliCrts in III s slate bitve aked to be made postal av lu .' banks aud lid banks have axkeu deignated as depoaitorii s ol I tunca. I ireat lires have o .uiicil a miVii.n il i ,r iomi lu l'lsbJ ami J .i.'oim ml ktlteai Hi ueoie. The Altoona lcm, in which 'BUI' Steele of Milford pitches, has the Tri Styite pennant landed, tt l praotioally certain to be the winner. It has won 67 and loat SO. while IU oloseat competitor, Lanca ter, has won 64 and luet 40. Mrs. William Beck aud daughter, after spending part of the summer with her parents here, baa returned to Philadelphia. Paul Wentz of Sharon haa en. graved the alphabet four times, bis oanie and date of the work In all 118 charno'e.a on the head of a pin. Shad fisheries on the Susquehsnna river seeordiug to s report made bv CoruiniHsinner Meehan to Govenioi Stuart' have not greatly decreased but if legislation doe's not piotect them soon tbeehsd will be virtoall oxtiuct. , Mrs. Albert Lulirs Jr., after spend log aeveral wueks with her parent her, returned to her home tn New irk Sunday. The ocntraot for building an arm ory in Hoaesdale has been let tot 420,110. The building will be 60 by 120 aud will he built of vitrified brii'k with native blue atone trim niings. 1 Commissioner id Health Dixon ad virus boiling u'l water uaed lor drink ing purposes to kill typhoid germs. It is hardly necessary here where the nter la absolutely free fron pc'luuon But don't drink Iron stream or tLa river. Joseph (;. Sibley, who spent 41,000 dollars to ohtttm a noniuiatiou fol Congre.-s in the 2Hth district bdo vLo was oited to file a specific sc. dount of his expenditures, 1st with- rawn from the race on acoount ot ill health The audit on bia atate ment was to begiq next Monday. A reason why the German people lire ao heavily taxed may be found in the fact that tnelr Kaiser has ja opened his . (1st psiaoe containing 600 rooms. Now can any one under stand the use for ao many. 8. O. Van derBeo and wife ot Hacken-ack, N. J., are visiting thi family of John C Warner. - The Pennsylvania State Collegi offers an excellent two years oourn in Agriculture. Any young uiai wbo intends making farming hie occupation would profit greatly by pursuing it and the expense Is not larze nor the entrance examination dirtioult. Hny one interested should write the Dean for further Informa lion. Mil foid defeated Newburgh.N. T. in poorly playad game last Satur day by a score of 8-0. Adaru Haaa died in Shohola Aug lih aged 61 years. Uu was born in Germany but for many years ha lived In Hhohola township. August Gehrig, who la employed in a printing establishment In Jersey City, is spending bis vacation tn town. Miss Emma Van Cauipen, who has been assisting her- father at Edge mere, has returned borne. The stockholders of the old wood. en wagon bridge aoross the Delawaia land, are uiuotr- interested in the proposition to free the bridges on this liver of toll obarges. This bridge was erected in 1869. It is 816 feet long and ia constructed entirely ot wood, except tbe iron bolta, nails, etc. It stands on five piers, which are built of btoua aud mortar. The bridge has the distinction of being the only oue built wholly of wood that span the Delaware river at urea-nt.. All the others were washel away lu tlie floods of October, 1903. Thw ooiupmiy owning the bridge ia capiialiveil lit I37,M0. -Mo-Kex Register. There ts to ho all ellipse of the i.oi'11 in No. e;ler. I Is pro lioted that tfeore aoi bUo Le oiue polltlottt ! eclipses about that time. Nothing ever happens that shakes our op-ni'n tht the pistol toter is tills luumry V io.il ileajly menaces The siiMT lining of pur cloud llirre days la that tbe pirate who sells US' meal has also to boy ioo. If o.juKervttliou of ontiooal re. liourctta was au usue mat couiu tie dpo-e)! of by a few humorous anei- dote, Mr, Cauuun would base been rid ot it a loug time ago. WANTKD To rtmt small house in Mul nd. addr, a. ' P. O. BOX 1N4. MatM moras, Pa. WANTED! Farm witb good ttpu onbard, i- -fc. urit.iling s rieg, uiodexale ,'f.u. I u.iuj.u. a.Hl W. ill, ,s Vmk OBITUARY THOMAS TRUAX Tbomas Truax, one of the oldest residents la town, died here Inst Sunday evening after a brief illnavs. He was burn In Wantage township, N. J., July 17, 1823 and was a son of John T. and Anna, Btooohack, Trcax. When young he went weet and was employed for time lx etlng on tbe Mississippi river. He enlisted from Missouri In the Mexican war nd was In several battles with thi Greasera. Some tune in the 60 a bt returned eaet and married Sarah Wilson ot Wantage, N. J. She dieo ver 40 years ago and one oblld Mrs Annie Dabron of Port Jervia sor 'Ivea. ills second wife was Cornells Hisj-ain who died about 25 yearr igo and his third Miss Adeline Perrj f this place wbo died aeveral yean i.o. Ur. Truax came to fort jervi n 1863 add was employed by th trie until about 20 years ago w hel he oama here. He was a typical "Uncle Bam" Ir ppearanoe and was fond of person ting that character. He was In blr way a cbaracter, always gooc atnred, iuoltned to btimorand fond if recounting bis western experiences t which he saw mostly tbe happ Ida. The country there was wild tod railroad unknown and he en joyed the rough and ready life tlx kiioneere of necessity led. He wan r familiar figure aliout the town anr hla genial ways will be missed. The funeral waa held l'nesday aud interment in Milford Cemetery. SIk. John B. Mount -Alice, wife of John B. Mount die tt ber houie in College Point, L. I , N. Y. Aug. 15, 1810 after oue week illness of congestion of the brain. Interment in the family ground; t Lord's Valley. Deeeased was born at Lord's Val ley, Pa. 69 years ago. aud ia sur vived by ber husband and cne son at home; two brothers. Levi, and Si tnou I.ord of Lords Valley, and tw sisters, Mrs. A. Johnson of Toledi Ohio, and Amanda, widow of thi late John I.ayton, Jr. of Bevans Sussex Co.. N. J. Notice to City Boarders. To accommodate the City boarder of Miifurd, and vlolnity, the Erlt ill run a spesial train to New York ou "Labor Day" leaving Port Jervia at 6.40 P. M., arriving In Cltj at 9 P. M. Soptember 5th, having Day Coaches and Parlor oars at- taohed. Diagram! for the aale ot parlor car aeats will be opened at Erie ticket office Port JervU, on Sep teraber 1st, for this train. H. L.. 8LAUHON, Tkt. Agt. . Pike o. Realty Exchange This exobange haa-been Instituted with tbe primary Idea of placing be fore city people the oppertnnity to either buy or rent homes In' this ouiity. .With no railroad here orio tbe valley it probably la Imposaible to Induce (aotoriea to locate and the only resource - toward improvement hi to induce more people to make their homes here. Sellers want buy- era to know where the thing they nek may be found, and buyers wanl to know, where to look for what they are seeking. To bring tbe two clas ses together expresses the Intention and object. If people will aid by Hating their property, at no expense, It will facilitate the enterprise. The effort may perhaps test the sincerity of the cilia us in aiding the county to improve. Real Estate Transfers. Ambrose Weils to SamuolT. Cak ey, lot in Matamoraa on Avenue E Mux Bache to Samuul iCruiner, 80 lota in Hyde Park Portxr. E. L. Parks to G. W. IIiMuine lots lu Lincoln Park Westfall. Adolph Zapf tn Alvln Freedburg loU in Hj.ie Park Porter. THE EEST HOUR OF LIFE ia wbeu you do some great deed or dis cover some wonderful faol. This hour cams to J. R. Pitt, of Rocky ML, N, I C. vim be waa au flaring intensely , as bC says, "from the wont cold I ever bad, I lhn proved to my great aatier factiop, what wopiierfu) Cold ind Cough cure Pr King's New Dteooysry is. For, after taking oue buttle, I was entirely cured. Yon cau't aay any thing oo good of a medicine like that." It tbe surest and best remedy for dis eased lungs, Hemorrhages, LaGrippe. Asthma, Hay Fever-any throat or Lung Trouble. 60c. 11.00. Trial botr lies. Guaranteed br AU Drue- iU Sporting Events. This week wss a bnsy one at the! Field Club. Mrs A. H. Dollard snd Mrs. George McKUhben were hosle.s- ea at the bridge 'and '-500" e ird parly t the clubhouse Monday ofteri o m. SMx handsome prizes were awanl'd. The former clock gilt champion, T. White of Brooklyn, wss dffnit ed In the tournament by Horace Porter. The teunls and quoit tourn amenta are now In pn.rse. r.n tries were atarie by guests of most ot the hotels. Everybody that look part In the club dince on Friday evening bad a very enjoyable time; Brooklyn heing repr sented ly Mr. nd Mrs. A. H. Doll ird. Wis Iol. rd, Mr. and Mrs. S T. White, 'be Misses Gsffney. Hire, Kvnn. .len- kins, Andrews, end aVut fl ' n boys from the Yale Forestry rim.p Bowling is more p-'pular tli.iii v tbe Marguerite this ses.wir. Among the visitors are many pe pie 'rom Brooklyn, who efjoy ihe dr- (ightful eeclDSlnn of the grounds. The tennis tournament cow liiig played on Ihe Ult-fT Hcuse groundi- numbered over fifty from that hos telry. Aniong the pleasures In- lulied in were picnics. trd psrilo. moonlight camp ftre, etcetera Thi latest Brocklyn people are: slcplf ines girl-i : Ihe Mifse? Marv L JchloppH, Edna .1 McGuire, I'.ditl UcKU.Iieii lien: 'I 't. S"tH'iion VI. Lojinn, J. IJiirker-i, t'ha. K. Burke, C. K Grjestrl H. P. Bfii.W, Clias. J I'umar, Valentine Pclttvtt Ir: mbrried people: Mr. and Mrs Kraeger, Mr. and Mrs. Vrnisnd, Ur. and Mr-. Sawkins: Mrs. Q. Han .eu and Mrs. G. Alarx. LIFE ON PANAMA CANAL has had ons frightful drawback, malai trouble, that has bought sDtfetiup and death to thousands. The germe cause chills, fever and ague, bilious qcs, jaundice, lassitude, weakness an itneral debility. Bnt Electric lliiten I uever fall to destroy them and cine iiir Isria troubles. "Three botllca coin pletcly cured me of a ve ry severe l tack of malaria," writes Wm. A. Fret well, ol Lucsma, X. C. "and I've liC good health ever since." Cure Pb in soli, Liver'and Kidney Troubles, sun prevent Typhoid. 60c. Guaranteed b All Druggists. ' Wasting at the Bung-Hole Depletion of the lumber aupply at tracts much attention.- We imagine Uncle Bum discussing It earnestly, ven passionately; then lighting hit pipe snd absently dropping thi match in the wood box. The coun try producetuflve hundred mllllne dol tare' worth of lumber a year and burns up eighty million dollars' worth of frame buildings and sev euty million dollars' worth of con tenb, to show that it has oo preju dtoesln Ihe matter. Tbe annual Urt loss largely preventable ainonute to two dollars snd s half for everj osaii, woman and child. Tbe country is readily excited by suspicion tbat Messrs. Guggen helm mean to sequestrate its Ala kan coal; but in various forms ol sheer waste we throw away ao Alas ka every year. Simple extravagance is a minor lit Whether or not a farmer puts I thousand dollars in an automobile may safely be left to his own discre tion. But when he puts a thourand dollars' worth of farm inacbit out in the inn and ruin, or under no other protection than a tree, it is ev ident he has no discretion. There was once a district oonventiou to da nana uetier service ironi tne raii - roads tn traubiiortatloD of certain hk" lonllurat nrnrliirtsi hilt e ..I I htl deb-irate, were enable to attend be cusetiieirown co.ntrv roads w.ve (tiai-tioally iu.ia-4tsuie. sta;xebs skeptics. 'Chat a iMt?tti, i.ice, fmirriiu com pnuud like lim kleii s Aruiea Salve will instai t!y n-iisve a bd hurn, cut. scald wound or ( iltfs, flsngri skrpth'M. But great cures piove itri a woiidtrful healer of the worst sores, uioc rs, bolls, floii. ecr.ema, skin erupUuns, as also chapped tiauda, sprain and corue. Try it. 2.Sc at All Druisls. A Confession The late Father Pucey wns oniw eagerly sought, wbtle hesrlng con. t fes.ions.byaoenteiuriiinir repoih-r for a New York newspaper. There was a lung line of t'i.iei.t lu the i-uurob aud tbe repoitor aw that the only way to get a speedy hearlrg would be to k' a ptsod in the Hoe. At last bis turu came. ' Failur Duoey," he began, "I'm a report, r 'or Jonaif". "My son," inter re pled the elerie, that might 1 te forgives." "8usosa Msgssins.' "OUR CAPITOL" (On. the bnrnii'c "f Vi'ahirig'nn by be rintiali trooj on Aug. J4, 1H1-4 ) Ffir WaMiinlon ! heart of tbe land ; Cnp:tu) if a nation string Fn arts, i.i letters, men, and grand In mankind's tlioughts and famous long. The British pagans, who in orool Anger, set the devouring flame T i your pure brow, as holy fuel, Dtd sin and to themselves brought shame. Bui from, the imbue, of that burnt neat. I Hose calm and jjraoion." a city fair ; Destined to wot Id-wide might, and sweet in miiiiU ot. 'hose wiio woishlr 'here. B. F. B STRUCK A RICH MINE. P. W. Uends of (oal City, Alaska., iivs he struck n perfect mine of benllb Or. King's New Life Pills for they cured liinl of l.iver and Kidney trou ble sfter 12 years of suffering. They an ;he best pills on esrth for Constipation Malaria, Headache, Oyspepria, Delilll ;y. 2.V at All DnifHis. Bryan's Farewell. The aouon of the IVmocrats fl Nehrska in throwing Mr. Bryaj iverhiiprd ei-in to lie sc.ci'pied b) -lie conntry sr larje ss the final elitn ittation ofvhis li t o .al and stelr a.lersili'p of tlie iL-fui-cratio party. Mr.' Bryan lm b - n lemnrkatiU ii sustaio'.iiii Irs prehtuge in his par y in the face ! repented snd over heliuiug def-wta. In looking back vrr his remarkable career there ar i cumber of Instances which sho .hat personally he was quite selflih In 1896 in bis first oampaitn, wbei wealthy friends and supporters weri i.rce, Mr. W. i'. Hearst made i reiuendiius fight for Bryan's elee tlou. Nut only that, but Mr. Hearst cade a propmitiou to the lieinncrat Ic Com mil ten that bd would duplicate- ?ery dollar that waa l-si--d by the Nutlu'in! Cuinmlttee. Mr. Hearst'i Hjutnbutlon on thir propositioi mounted to a very 4arge sum. Mr. iJesrst not only did this bul ne gav Bryan e-arnest Hud loyal support Ii 19H0. Ill liiOJ, when Mr. Hearst as pired for the Democratic nomination Ur. Bryan in utter forgetfjllness cl the great fuvora be had receiver from Mr. Hearst In the past, refuser tn throw the Nebraska delegation t him in the convention aud got op ii the convention ami Dominated Bens lor Cookrell, of Missouri, who wa then too old to be oonsideied as s presidential powlbllity. - This acton Mr. Bryan's part was certainly one jf the bapext ingratitude. There an other I usances that might be men tiunsd but this is sufficient. . A mac who forgeta Ida friends snd the fav ors they bestow Is sooner or latei bound to reach his bitter end, and this seems to be the case with Mr. Bryan. Labor Day Excursion Niagara Falls. to For evening trains testing Port Jervia Hept 2nd, all trains' on Bept. 3rd, and to train No. 5, leaving Port Jervia 10 31 P. M. on Bept 4th, tbe Erie win sell special excursion tick, uta for Port Jervls to .Niagara Falls, N. Y. good returning on all trains leavlog the Falls np to the train leaving at 7 11 A. M. September 7th at 18 05 for tbe round trip. H L. 8LACSON, Tkt. Agt i w tj i - oi.i.iuuin., U" ii ar . ... etA,..n.n.n .u. arrested last week on complaint ot ttnte oorstable for the slleged rCtease of rifutlug to stop his ma chine when signalled by tbe officer. explains tt-e event tn this way. He met the constitlile at the sharp turn tho o'liet ide uf the old Half Way hnuse. inn ln his machine thrte tiiiid, elderly people. He stopped but the otllcer's h irsa wss reeling aud plunging close alongelde the auto and its occupants urged Mr, Maney to go on as they were fearful of being lujured, by the frightened 1 animal.. He started bia machine snd earns on in deference to the wish ot bis passengers. He is a careful diiver and had uo lutoiilioD to vice ; fh u blU weu, on ,Q lann) the safely of tbs ccoupauu cf his jauto. With this explanation it I would seem mat bis arrest aud fine ' were not cSiserved. WANTED A girl or woman for geiieral housework iu a (uioilx of tbree adults Must be a giKid plain cook' Good wages. Address M US. JACKSON. Press Vfflce. NOTES FROM ' SANDYS10N Abe Shimer of Warwick, N. Y. with his sisters Fanny Shinier and Mrs. Allen R. Hhay ot Newton visit- ed Bandyatoa on Friday to view the scenes of tbeir childhood. Mr. Shi mer left here ? years ago and noted many ohanges. The boarding season is at ita height and the many boarding bous s have tketr rooms lull. Sept. is near snd that means Ihe city people will re turn to their homos.' The new road from Layton to Tur tles Corner is going ahead steadily no etop being made for Sundays. The road almost to Pine Hill is fliled with erushed stone, and ;h contractors are ouly waiting for tl.eir tsphalt oil sprinkling wagon te com plete a long section of the road. They have kept the road in good peesitble nndltion at all times, for which they have the thanks of the public. Tub stone porch in front of tbe Lnytnn School building was neatly rebuilt lest week snd 4s much more eafe than before. It would seem that -the law re- lolriog lights on all vehicles after dark had been repealed. Tt has been s long time since I nseeseen a light on any vehicle af ter nightfall. Tlie Samlyston B. of F.. will meet in !atnrdy evening of this .veek, and proceed to hire teachers, si il the parting of the ooal, tranepou the -tlKiyiowii and Fisher sohoois snd dnsh all business for tbe year. Engineers have completed a new Hrtdge on the road from Pli.e Hill toward Bevsns that is wonder, and the wonder will be If tbe wa'er can find Its way nnder that bridge. Tbe Flatbrook Fish Club are hav ing their large nfew barn en their property near Bevans painted, Ross Hursb, of Lsyton, do ing the work. Inspector John Snyder is attend. ing to the duties of the new road, ind is giving general tatisfactiou lo ail partiea. Pike Couuty parties hue deliv ered some fplei.dld f)ugi.toi ii for the much talked of bridge" near Will Heater's, snd the bridge may be built in the near future A New Right for Women Kansas, always s bit la the lead, tomes forwsrd with a deuisloo by Attorney Genera) Jackaon that in that State a woman may marry with out surrendering her' ma'don name. More than this, if a woman insists on it there ts nothing In the law to pre vent her husband's taking her name. "Suooets Magasine." Why He Got Mad The Honesdale Herald says: A subscriber octe received a dun through Ihe post office and it made him mad. He went to see the edl tor .about it, aud the i elitor showed him s tew duns of hU uwn one for paper, one for type, one for fuel and several others. "Now," ssid the ed Itor, "I didn't get mad when these came because I knew Hint tell I bsd to do was to ask several reliable gen tleruen like you to ccme and help me out, and then I could settle all of them." When tbe subseiiber saw how it waa be relented, paid up, and renewed for another year. Kxaiu iae Ihe label upon yiair paper. - If nine months in arroris try and be "up to date" In your subscription If nothing else. Telephone Notice. To the patn ns of Port Jervia and Yau Piks Telephone Companies; By an agreement bU day eiitere.4 lute, by and. betwen tbe above ubUiu'I telephone ron-O'Troes u churge often cents will h-unttir he mads for all rails between I'eirl Jervia and Milford Exohangu and such addition ai ratus sa ee.oh compucy uiay e-ateeb-lUh withlq Its terrifrry. Pout J eh vis Tei.kfhoki Co Van Pikb Ti.i.KFiiONX fo. Dated August 16. 131& Foiled He wss very bashful and abe tried to make it easy for turn. They wi tt driving along the seaahore and alia became silent for a time, "What's tbe matter?" be at. k id. "Ota, I feel blue," akiey repiloel. . 'Nobodv loves ma and tr y handr jre oold." "You should not aay that,'' was bis word cf oon-at:on, "for God loves ye n. snd year mother loves you, and you osu set on your hands." aceeaa Magsuaa. " What the Y. W. C. A. la Doing- With President Tsft to open tha osmpsign. 8U Louis raised the sum of MK),000 for a new Y. W. C. A. bnildlng. The Ht. Louis Trust Co, presented the association with a 1100,000 lot. Tbe entire sum was raised In tbiee or four months of work snd the thorough businees-llka way la which tbe women conduoted the oatnpeU,-n ia worthy of high praise, aays a writer in "Success Ms?azin. '' The recent success of that organis ation throughout Ihe United States has lieou ann.ing In Youngstown, Olilo, tl81,057 waa collected in six lays. Tbe women of Colorado Springs raised 165,000 during the mouth of June I'iltdtiurg has erected a new structure at a cost of I3;,000 and Cleveland's new building is esti mated at 1-360,000. SL Paul ia now urecttng a 1301,000 structure, while 1oh Angeles has bought new proper ty worth 1250,0(0. During the month from January to June eight associations raised 4l,5t0 aud fifty two new bnlld. ings have a me into existence since January, 1907. For Sale or Rent (FURNISHED) Now house on High Kteee! Six r?otns and biith. R. W. REED, , Milford, Pa. America's Waste Lands An interesting article in SUCCESS points out how the thousands of square miles of waste land in this Country, especially tn the Rockies and Louisiana may bs mads to pro duce food for mankind. Iu the large swamps in the latter state hippopo tami would grow and multiply, and their flesh is excellent tasting some thing between pork and beef. Their fat ia the purest kuowu to science and their hides are very thiok snd tough. In tbe Rookies a number of animals, some fourteen kinds, would easily adapt themselves to conditions " and produce immense quantities of meal. The animals suggested are mostly from Africa and the mount sins of Asia. Many thousands of dolisrs are. anuually spent In Louis iana to prevent the streams from be ing shut up with the water hyacinth which growa in great profusion, and which would be a uatural food for . hippos. Tbe animals weigh several toas each and would produce im menee quantities of steak. WANTED! SALESMEN to represent us lit the aale of our High Grade Goods Don't delay, apply at once. Steady e-nployinent ; liberal terms. Exper enoe not necessary. ALLEN NURSERY CO. Rochester. N. T. For Health and Recreation The Agricultural Department ia culling attention - to Ike National forests as playgrounds and inviting sportsmen and pleasure seekers lo visit thorn. It estimates that before this season is over bslt a - million, persons will have aooght health anil recreation in tbe National forests, snd Ihst tbeir use le just beginning. In a smaller way, with less exertion and far less ex pense this county offers equal advantages for health and pleasure. It is within reach of the man with moderate means with but whole family. Land Is comparatively cheap, teuta proportionately low aud oooess to tbe eel lea easy sad quick. We have the goods here and uvits city people to inspect them. York State Politics . Au exceedingly interesting politi cal condition has developed in New V ok. Prior to the meeting of tha S tile Committee last week President Tuft aoggested to Vice Piesident s.'.s ru su that Roosovelt be consulted Hi to the temporary chairmanship of tl.a convention. The message was suppressed and Sherman waa named for the' position defeating Roosevelt whose name wss before the commit tee. These fscts have since been di vulged snd Taft wrots a letter show ing that tbe attempt lo place blm in a false position was resented. Roose velt has gone on a speech-making tour and indications are that ha will give those who were responsible lov hit set back an overhauling. Whether he will attead the aoa voction or aot Is sot yet fully decid ed . t ut if he does there msy be a j ii dy tiane. The Republican party in the state is la no ooodition, stter j all tba reveJatioau) ef tbe work cf ita j leaders, to ataad she shock of a fig hi j with Teady.