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pajSI.TajW.BD BV88T rilDlT Friday, September 9, 1910 rriCB, MASONIC HALL HUILDIHn. ariBRORTPTIOlt: OniYiar ue dollar and fitly cents Six Months tleveuty-flve eeuts. STRICTLY IM AUVANCK. ' Entered a the pout offloe of Mlltnrd, Pike County, Pennsylvania, as second class natmr, November twenty-first, let). ' ' Advertising Rates. fwlnali nnAtnaAvilnn ---'1.50 Baoh subsequent Insertion .T6 Keduoud rates, f urnlnlHt on application, will be allowed yearly advarUsers. Legal Advertising. and Administrator'! notloee - - - - Auditor's notloes Dlvortw notloee Sheriff s sales, orpnans Ezeoutor's . S.OO . . . - t oo . . . 5.00 court sales, O mnty Treasurer's salts, County state mint and election proclamation charged by the tuch. i. H. Vaa BtUD, PdHLlBHIR. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR. CONGRESS IiOBEKT BUOWK. Moo roe Co. " for Senator WlNNIFRED O. LKWB. Carbon County. PKOIWF.D AMKMtMKNTS IX Til i: CONSTITUTION Bt'BMlTTK,I TO TH CITIZKN8 OF THIS COMMON WEALTH FOR THKIR APPROVAL OR RK-T KCTIOW BY THK GF.NRRAfj AHKFMRT.Y OFTIIiv lOMMONWKAl.TH OF I'KN NSYLV AM A , AND PUHL1HIIKO HY OUOF.K OF TH.C HKC'BFTARY OF THK C MH NWIt,L I II, IN PUKHUAN 'K OF AKT1CLR XVIII OK TUB (XtNHTITUTlON Nnmtior One 1 A OOXCURRKNT kkh)m;tiov PropoflitiR hi. ftniondTiinnt to tw-nttim twenty-si of article Ave of he Mun-tt-tuttoti of the CommoiKweftltli of Penii-nvlvnnlf.. liaolved (If trip PTinr rutnrmr. ) 1 httt trio following ftHienttinem to m-cn-Mi twont? sli ofnrtiulc fire of tbeO-nsMtu tlon of fvnnrtyivnnln be, and tU Htnt Ik tatMfby, propuBi'ti, l'i ACiMirtlauce with nm ehrhtxutli iirttcie theroi: Ton. aecilim W of Article V.. which rriAdii mi follows: "Section ijfl. AM 1hv relnting to u. nu ts shall fo wnuml una of uniform operation, nntt the or.uilzntttjii, iiirtrMllctloii ana power h au tmnin the same cluse or urtvde, so far t s reKUitiu-d br law, and thu force and effect uf tne prooeH and jmlK"ients of sueh court, sbnll be uniform; and the (.tnral Akwiu blr 1m hereby prohibited from cronting otbtr court Vo exercise the twweri vesd-d by this Cohstitulion in the jiidgos uf the Courts of Common Vleim and Drphiiux1 Court," he aineiided o thttt the km i Ut ah nil roatl a follows: Section '. All laws reliulnff to onms shall lw geiiHral and of unif orm opt-nit ion. and the organization, juriiicncm, feud cowers of all courts of the mime uIjihs or grade, so far as regulated by law. ai d the foroe and en not or the prows hum Jutiii meiits of tuoh courts, shall le unitmm; bin, Docwlthstauding any provislune oi this (Jotifttltut.tcu. the General AHttontbly shall have full -oower to estab-isli new courts, from time to time, as the same mar tw needed In any ctv or county, ami to preserllm the powers and jurisdiction tliennif, and to Increase the numoer of i i I'd jibs' tn an oourts now existing m h after created, or vo reorgaui.e the smiie, or vest lit other courts the jtiruaictti thertft'ofore ezerolsed by oourts not of r-- ord, and to abolish the same wherever it iiiay ie oonruea necessary inr ine oiuuny ana erncienc aaminisHr-nvioo ni jusiice. A true oupy of Kenotutton iNo. u ROBKRT McAFKK. Secretary ot the (Jummoiiweullh. FOR REPRESENTATIVF Alfred Marvin -Matamoras. Ta. Arthur B Sullivan has recovered valuable ring taken troin his home some weeks ago and Mllford 1h minus a resident. Kennefch MoClnrg baa rented the briok hous ot Mrs. Helen Borohard on Harford street and she will soon leave town for Chloago where elie will permanently reside. Sheriff's Sale! Ht Hr.ii nt tk writ, of Fieri Facias issued 006 of the Court of Common Pleas of Pike eountv, to me directed. I will expose to sale DTpUDllO Feimue or ouwry n nic niiou" offloe lu the court house, Mllford, Pa., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910, at 8 o'clock p. m. of said day, the following real estate. All that certain tract of land situate In the township of Shohtla, Pike Co , Pa . RAfrinnlnaT at a stone corner of lands in - warrantee name of Mathew Carey, thence by land la warrantee name of John Lester O. 01f aegrOOB n. I rOUH irO oouuuiet Jirew chenue down the said creek the IS follow ing eonrtes and dlatanoes: 8. 76 degrees K. 18 rods, N. f 8 degrees K. 8 rods, N . U, deifreee K. 21 rods. N . 87 degnws K. 15 r.sls N. ti7 degrees E. 18 rods, 8 tt6 degrees K 1U rods, 8. W-i tietfive K 96 rods to a stone ri, 9'i degrees Jl V was. a. atVi aegretn r, 18 rods. N m deirrees E lu rods, N. 42 degruoe K. Hi roiU, N. 6U degrees K. 16 rods. N. &7 detrrees K. 10 rods cross! d said creek, thenoe N 80 degrees K 66 rods to stone, theoue hvand of Janei Wells, JrN h degrees W 8U rods to stone, thence along said Hh olio la creek, 8 4o degrees W 44 rodsto astooe, 8 degrees K 10 rods to a stone, wienoe oi aegrees w. crossing said oreek rods to a stone, thence N 61 degTees W 130 nnis to a stoue, thence N tto'-i degrees W 10 rods, to the place of beginning. Cod tain lug 79 acres and 8 perches and allowance, part of the 8am uel Insoo warrantee, No 149, and the same premises oonveyed by David Mo Kane and wife to Warren McKean by their deed, dated March 27, 1UU, recorded In D B 66, page 608 Also the eouai undiTided one-third In the followlBg two tracts of land In said township of Shohola, as follows, Begin nlng at a HenUook tree on the bank of Hhohola Creek, thenoe up said oreek N. ! 77 degrees W 11 rods to corner on line of lands formerly of John Meyers, thence 8. 1 degree E 68 rods, thenoe S 77 degrees E 49 rods, thence N 18 degrees E 84 rods to a stoue on a Pine stump, thenoe N 87 degrees W 40 rod, theuee W 23 rods thence ft 41 d greet W 10 rods ta a pine thenoe 8 8 degrees E 64 rods to place of beginning, containing 83 acre 47 per ches as per surrey made by William C. MoCarty, Couut-y Surveyor, Aug lKtW, and of the piece conveyed by Cbauut-y Thomas et al to David McKean, by deed recorded In D fi 86, p 18. Sooond. a traot in warrantee name ot David McKean containing 66 acres, 118 perches, patent recorded in D B 66, p AU9, the title to the lat two pieoes beiig veeted In said David McKean at the time of his death, and the said Warren McKean being one uf bis children aud heirs. IMPROVEMENTS On first piece, good dwelling house. barn and outbuildings About 80 acres Improved, balance woodland lhe other two nieces are unimproved Seised and taken in execution as the property of Warren MuKean deceased, i.ud will be told by me for cash. GEORGE GREGORY. Sheriff Sheriff's Office, Mllford, Pa., ( . Sept. 6, 1910. i Notice to Bridge Masons The Commissioners uf Pike county will receive sealed bids at their oflioe ia the Court House, Milford. Penna, until Thursday, Ootooer 6th, 1910 at X p. tn., for oonbTruotiuft a paving round the North and South Abut meats of the oonnty bridge over th Lackawaxeo river, near the village of Lftokawazen. Pa. The number of out no yards of masonry required for above work if estimated to be 216. The peolfloations, eto., for above work are on file iu the CowoiUaiou era' offloe, open to the inspection of Intending bidders. Bids to be aooonipanied with oerti fled oheok of $100. The Conjuiiaaiouera reserve the right to reject any or all bids By order of the Board. THEO. H, BAKER, Qm mission era' Clerk. Commlasiouere' Oflioe, Milford, Pa September 2, 1910. BttUorihe lur tite rws ' Number Two RKSOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Cuntli u- I tlon oi tne uommonweaitu oi t uusyi-1 vanla. so as to eliminate the ru,itre! meut of payment of tuxes as a quviitlca tlon of the right to vote. Resolved (if the House of Kopioenta tives concur,) That the following amend ment to the Constitution of the Commou wealth of Pennsylvania be, and the name is hereby, proposed, lu accordance with the eighteenth article thereof: Thnt section one of arijt-le eight be amended, by striking out the fourth num bered paragraph thereof, so that tut; said section shull read as foltown: becttou 1 hivory male citizen twenty- one years of age, possessing the following quaiincations, snail oe entiuea to vote at all elections, subject however to such laws. requiring and regulating tue regir.tiaiiou of eieutors as the General Assembly may enact. First rle shall have been a oPlzen of the United States at least one moulli. Second. He shall have resided in the State one year (or If, having previously been a qualified elector or native-born citizen of the State, he shall have reinovt d therefrom and returned, then six monthn) Immediately preceding the election. , Third. He shnli have reiiieu in the election district where he shall offer to vote at least two months luiiueulutuly pte oodlng the election. A true copy of Resohi ton No. 2. ROBKRT McAKKE, Secretary of the Commouealth. Number Three A JOtNT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitu tion of the Commonwealth ef Peiinsjl . vania, so a to ooimilidnie the oourts ol common pleas of Allegheny County. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Solute and House' of" Representative. of the Commnnweaith of Peuutyivauia lu Gen eral Assembly met, lhat the foilowlug amendment to the Constitution o! Penn sylvania be, aud the same is hereby, pro posed, m aworaauce witn tne eiguteentn article thereof; That section six of article Ave be ameuded, by striking out the said scctloii, and Inserting iu place thereof the follow ing: Section 6. In the county of Phlladel phta all the jurisdiction aud powers uow vested in the district courts aud oourts of common pleas, subject tosu?h changes as may ho made by this CouHilt-utlou ur by law, shall Le iu PhilaihUphia vesU'il lu five distinct and separate courts uf tqu.il and co-ordinate jurisdiction, composed of three judges each. The said courts lu rTiUaaeipuia snail ue aesiguatea respct lvely as the court of uoiuiumi pleas uuin- twr one, numoer two, ntimuer tiireu, number four, and number live, but the numlier uf said courts maybe by Imw In creased, from time to time, and shall be In like mauner designated by suceosive numbers. The uuiuter of judges in any of s. id courts, or in any county whuie tlie establishment of an additional court mav be authorize by law, may be In-, creased, from time to time; and when ever such lucreu&e shall amount iu thb whole to three, tuch three judge thall compose adihtiuct aud separate court as aforesaid, which shall be numbered as aforesaid. In Philadelphia all suiir. shall be instituted in the aaid courts ol com mou plena without designating the u um ber uf the sold oourt, aud the everal oourts shall dis rlbute and apportion the busineMi among them in such maimer as shall bu provided by rules ot court, aud each court, to which any suit shall be thus assigned, shull have uxolulvo juris diction thereof, sutjtot to chauge of vuuue, as shall be provided by law. la the oouuty uf AlleKbenv all tlie juris diction aud powers now veud in the sev eral numbered oourts of coin )n on pleas shall be vented In one oouit of common pleas, composed of ail the judges in com mission iu said oourts. touch jurisdiction and powers shull extend to all proceedings at law and in equity which shall have been Instituted iu tlie several uumbered courts, aud shall be subject to such ohauges as may be made by law, and sub ject to change of veuue as provided by law The pnsldeut judge of said court shall be selected a pruvided by law. The uuiubcr of Judges in said court may be by law Increased from time to time. This amendment shvll take effect on the first day of January succeeding it adoption. A true copy of Hesolutinu No. ti ROBKRT Ale A FEE, Secretary ot the Commonweal h gut)-, nt itfivone tune, ition such TAlua tlon," to as to road ?. foihtwa; rieTion e i ne uem. oi any county. city. Immnirh. l-owaship. ichool district, ir thiir tiuiHicipitlny mi- inrorpornten nitrlot xreiit ;im lniiln pruviilcit, snail nevvir ex ceil m'vi ti pur iienr.um upon tho aflseaxed ralue nf thu tanal'lo pio.s'rty therein, nor shull liny surh in ..lim.i l it y or dist rict Ill- cur any tit" debt, or in.-rvitse its liiltb!til- itn amoilHt t x.'i filing two per cent uiii tipon -uch ateiel valaatlon ol prop erty, without the ment of (he electors thereof at n public election In such ninn- :t rimlt in) i-vn!e(i ny inw; nut any city, i -ht? debt or whi' ii now exceeds fieven per (M'liuitii of such uHHUHsed valiiution, may be nuthoriztd bv tew to Increase the Hume three per t ent inn, In the aggregate, atany one lime upin mich valuation, ex eunt, that Mtiy debt, nr debts hen-lualier In curred by the city end cnunty of Philudel- plila Tor tne cdiim ruction ana ueveiop- inent of subwuy io. tmut. purixei, or for the con-trui-i mn of wharves and docks. .r the rii-hmiMtlon of Und to be mod lu the cmKtuietlnii "f a system of wharvef and d ck. as pu'ilio Improvements, owned r to (m- m neii o rtaiu cuy ana county oi PhilMi l.hiM. and which shall yield to the city hi id county of Philadelphia cur rent net revenue in excess of the interest mi said debt or debts and of the annual installments neHsaiy for the cancel iu ih-ti of natd debt or debts, mav be eX eluded lu aseertai nlng the power of the city and county oi fiiUmieipma to iM'come nthorwinc indetjwu: Jfrovldeil, 1 hat sinking fund to.- their cancellation shnll le estublished ttiid nirtlntainetl A true copy o .fitint Ifesolutloli No 4. ROBERT MnAKKK. Secretary of the Commonwealth Orphan's Court Sale. By virtue of an order of the Orphnn's court or tne comity or r!Ro in partition the Mlnivtntf real estate of which Robert K Van h.t ten b te ot the township of Del iiwnre. in Hiiid County of Pike, d:ed seized will le exH(rteil to sale by public vendue or outcry on SATURDAY, OCTOBERS, 1910. at 9 o'clock In i he afternoon, in the front h ill of the Court House at Mllford all Mi. following piece and tract of land situate in suid towuship of Ik 1 ware and County of Pike. Part 1. Beginning at a heap of stones a corner of land formerly surveyed to Mar ina Matiaw, t nence by same North forty two degrees West sixty five perches u tone by a White Oak slump, thence by lunfls oi c. tti ana van luton eoutb six f y degnes East, one hundred sixty seven perches to a heap of stones, thence South veventy-two and a quarter degrees East eiirntv seven perches to a heau of stones thence South forty-one and one half de gn e West twenty perches, thence by land f Davenport South four and one halt de gree Vod seventy-five and one Quarter perches, thetioe by same South etghtyflvo degiee Hast seventy perches to bauk of I e la ware Kiver. thence down the said riv er South twenty eight degrees West forty three mrches, thence bv Van Etten's laud North acetify four and three fourths df- grem et 65 perches to line of land sur veyed in Mie warrant! name of Algernon MiaOuvL, ihnce by same North nineteen a id one half degrees Kust two perches to a ti'CRory tree, now iiujce, tnenne Aortn nf- ty one nnu a nan uegrees west two linn dred and tweuty-eight, perches to the Urn of In ml surveyed to Martha MaUaw, t mnce by same north nineteen and one half decrees East forty one perches stones t he place of beginning, Containing woe r unorea tnirtetm a ores ana eiu-htv r.ur peioneH. stner. measure and tne same which Cornelius Vau Etten by deed dated at) My ir. recomea in i) b. 17 page a47, cmvevd to said Rnltert K. Van Ktr-en Except iog out of the above a piece of land couveyed by wild R. K. Van Ktten aud wife 1 1 Charles Ott by deed dated July 16, 1BUS. recorded In D. H. 68 naare H56. de scrib' d as follows; Beginning at a stake formerly a wniteoak tree belna an oriifl nal corner of a traot surveyed In the war run tee name of Conrad Hause No. 170, also a corner of a tract In the warrautee name of S.-imuel MaUaw No. 1, and on line of tract mi the name of Martha Matraw No 8, and also a ooruer of the Charles Van Et rn 1H6. - thenoe South bIxiv dearees Ka-c sixty two perches to a stone corner on line of land of C. int. thenoe South twenty eight degrees West twenty perches to a stone corner Deing aiso an on art nal corner of Algernon MaXiaw No 2 and, the sin a :viartina nagaw j. 0, inpjice JN'rtu forty twotlegrees West sixty Ave perches to the place of beginning, -Containing three acres and )ne hundred thirty nine percnes, ana pern g pars or tne tract sur veyed In the name of Charles Van Etten .NO. 186. Number Four- A JOINT RESOLUTION , . Proposing an rmiendment to section eight article uine, ol the Constitution of Pepo svlvauia. Scctiuu 1. Re it resolved by the Senate aud House of Repieoutniives of lhe Com monwealth ot Pennsylvania, in lieuoral Assembly met, Thut the following is proirUMid as an amendiuunt to the Consti tution 01 tue iimmouweaitn 01 reuusy. ttinia, lu aouurdauee with the provisions 01 the eigitteenm article lOomui: Ameudmuut to Article Nine Section Kluht. SHjioiid Amend Section eight, article nine, of the Constitution 01 truunyivaut. which reads as follow: "Sf.'iiou s 1 be debt of any county, city, borougn, towuMhip, school district, or othur municipality or Incorporated dis trict, except as herein provided, shall nev er exOed seven per cent um uuou the as- susMod value ot the taxable property there in, nor sbuli any such municipality or dis trict incur any uuw debt, or tpureasa Its li.debUHluetts to an amount exuocding two per centum upon sum asMMiMHi vaiua- llou ol urtiotirty, wltiiutit the assent of th eleubor thrtoi at a puolic election in uch maiiuera jtliull be provided kty law;, but auy cuy, the debt of which iow exueubi seeu per utuiuiu ol sucu SMutwa valua tion, iiiay be awUiuruu U by law U iucrtut Um asLUj UaTue per ceutum, ta th ar- - IMPROVEMENTS Of the above about 40 acres are Improved oaiunce woouiauu. ijarge summer noari tng house known as Couabbaugh Sprin, House, oontainiutf 90 rooms, also two an n x houses laundry, large barn cow shed, wagon bouse and other outbuilding, wat er in house. The-whole constituting a very (ledirauie property tor tne summer board Ins? business. Located about half wht 1m tween Milford And Diugmauk It'orry and on the main road. Term oCsale to be lA cash. 14 halanof In six mouths aud the remainder Id one year with Interest on the deferred payment at the rste of & per oent per annum, said post poned paymeuta to be secured by Judg ment bond and mortgage wlih Insurance clause not less tbun oho half of purchue price. JAS ., P, VAN FTTFN. JOH.S P. VAN KTTE, Milfi-rd, Pa. Sept , UiUL Admin Sheriffs Sale! By virtue of a writ of Fieri Fnva led out of the Court of Oommon Plea o Pike county, to me directed, 1 will expose to sale oy puiiuc vendue or outcry at rn atierin s oiuce in tuu txmrt Douse at Mi ford Pa., on SATURDAY, OCTOBER I, 1910 at 8 o'olork p. ni. of said day, the folic g real estate: ALL that certHln piece and parcel land, si Mia to in the towuship of Lael waxen. Pike Co. Pa., 1 11 the village Mast Hope, uonialuinir Sou so It., belt: parts of lots uumbered IU and , as de scribed lu deed from Sthut R Selden Thomas McMahon, dated .luue -3J, 1H'J7 recorded In Deed Hook No. 66, page 118 IMPROVEMENTS A dwelll house. Seized and taken In execution as the property ot Thomas G McMahon and wii be sold by mo for each, f CKORGE GRKGORY Sheriff. Sheriff's Offloe Milford, Pa, J Sept 0, 1910. i DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. Thefe is only one way to cure deafness, aud that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafueas is caused by an iuflame'd Von dllbJU pf the mucous lining of lhe Ku stachiau Tube. Wheu this tube is in? named you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely cluatxi, LVafneas Is the reattlt, aud u 11 lens the Jnntuuiiiatiou uau be taken out and thin tube rest 1 ted to It normal condition, hearing will he de stroyed forever; nine canes out of ten are caused' by Catarrh, which Is noth ing but. an hillamed condlllou of the mucous surf acts. We will give Ouu hundred DoUurs for any case uf Deaiueaa (caused by ca tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's C atairh Cure." Send fpr circulars, free. K. J. CHKNKY A CO. TWedp, O- Sold by DrugKisU, 75. Take llall'j Family Pills for uuaU-jiation. General LIVBRY STABLE Safe horses, .. Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Wheeler, Mllford, Pa PROPRIETOR a s i FOR SI1LE Stalling 19:9 ','V"V uw waj m aru-aj wuwumum uaj tnuv tlie estate uf the lute 1 nomas Arm btronp; we offer for sale the General Store of . T. Armstrong and Company. for full particular?), terms, etc. apjily to IIAHRY T. ARMSTRONG MILFORD STORK OF STORES. Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Specialties in woolens, jackets, ladies, mens and childrens underwear. . Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. All the, latest styles and best materials for winter wear. A New Department . A large assortment of Laces and 'Trimmings. A complete stock of mens furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Department QxxVery and glassware direct irom England.''1- ( All of trje . aboVe ab prices tihate Will ixake it to youv advantage tjo buy of MIT0HELL BROS. Boad JSteezt!, SEilfoifd V Supplying The Table N EVERY DAY PROBLEM We iolve It by keeping Fine Groceries, Canned Goods, Choice Meats, Fresh Vegetables. . FOa N ELEGANT DINNER If you appreciate good market In lowln buy your fish tni clams at my place. Limburger, Imported Roquefort. Philadelphia Cream cheen or any otbert desired. FRED GUMBLE Harford St. Milford Pa. RYDER'S MARKET RYDER'S BUILDING HARN Of All Kind and Stylos. Blankets, Robes, Whips and Horse 'Outfitting gen erally. , . . .. , , . , CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS Repairing ;-NEATLYDoNE Examine my itock it will nlease vou. The price too. L F. IIAFNER. $ Harford St, Milford i .1 ,saamr"imrapaniim 1 t Asrm. as n tn I &srs Sacceed when averytbixijr else blla. In nervoue proetration and iem&le weaknebaea they ar the aupretne remedy, aa thousanda have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE U is tlie best medicine ever aold over a drug gut a counter. L STOVE It UOJ) luniuhedattt a load. Mail unlem given prompt at tention, bliltont fa., A'ov 6th 190 J. It'. Kiescl. . DMALER LN Meats 8iul Provisions, ' Fish and Vegetables, Canned Goods Orders I'mnptly Attended " r - ' , PAUL RYDER Harford Street, Milford. WOOD & SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS; MILFORD PA I UNDERTAKING I in all branchos ' tipwial al teotion (liven to EMBALMING , No ujttca oharga for nt ten ditty (u uemlii out of town. Trlephoue In Healdenoe: ' New oik KepreeutJUlTi Nmlonul KMkel Co. 60 Qm -JoueaSt. Teephoiiia4&8priii I OPPOSITE t 5&10c. Store ! P0RTJERVIS SM )) FOR RKNT A titore room 17 1 41 ltb cellar, on Ann Ktreet one tilix-l t'rom lironr), next door to Milfi r I Inn Apply at tbieciUloM. TUSTEN tit. Wqj. D. Bros is iuip'Uiln in liualih. Chut K 'KrnlW'i iiitcas wbu have been visiting at his lioa.e returned to the cliv laHl wt-vk. ' Mrs. C A. UntiroD and daughter !eft tor Newark Valley on riuu.luy. Miss MarKunrita rJuuklus wont to New York Ha tarda y wliera alie will resume hai Btulis at the. Naiiunal Conservatory of Muic. Miss Mildred Uiyce weot to the olty the svime day. Miss Allies il.tk is spnndinK two weeks with friends to New York. Mhf KutQryn bchoit wem to Fre niont Centre today and Tuesday com menoed teacblnK acihool at that place. Her sister Wilbemliia goes to M'Hitioollo to enter the training olase for teachers. Dr Croker wan called here Friday to see l)r Wolf who is not very well. Dr. Wolf is boarding- at the Selden Man. r. K. Q. MoMahoa was In the wreck which happened on the Erie near Lake Aviel Sept t, hut was not hurt VA)vuiMa ia tta PBKdH DR. KENTJEDVC PMORITE EL1EDY Pleanant to Take. Powerful to Cur). And Welcome In Kvery Homo. KIDuHY, LIVER &, DLQOD CUBE Rot a Patent Medicine. Over 30 Years of Success. Used in Thousands of Homes. Write to Or. David Knndy' Sons, Rondout, N. Y, for a FREE ample) bottlo. Large bottle) 9 I -QQ. All drugg-iiita. Prescriptions Compounded by Only Graduates in Pharmacy at Herbst's Pharmacy. -Aavrtua ia to Ft am ott, 'BEST OF ALL FLOUR. FEED, MEAL, " '" BRAN, 'OATS, s and HAY When in neod of nuv W Hello to No. 5., or come to SAWKILL MILL, MILFORD PA Your liome If you are going to build any where in Pike Co. or Sussex Co., N. J. it will pay you to consult - ...... ,. .j ,ri E. S. WOLFE ". Dealer in F, Flooring R' Cement Siding A Lime Ceiling M Plaster Mould n,s E ...Doors Casings L Lath U Shingle M and B Roofing E Milford ' R and . Windows Interior Finish and Oak Flooring Pa. X HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS oe)o)o04etae)cr '.. i j c c 2 o 0 o 2 2 r oa. oa. t oo It oo 00 oo - oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo Porch Rocking chairs from $.98 to $3 00 Iron Bed Steads $4.50, $6.50 and $8.50 " Mattrasses $3.50 to $5. Rugs $1 to $4.50 Matting $25. Carpet $.35 to $.70 a yd. 5- 10- and 25ct goods. Curtain rods xocts. Window shades 2sc. Lots of New Goods in all De partments at o a a. .. r, i and sun - - i j o o a2 1 i.,tffrl01 V. s. RYU AM ' Mllfurd, fa.