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aA HOW f 1 ' VOL. XV. .-V- M1LF0HD. PIKE COIOTY. PA.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7. 11)10. NO 49 ,11 ii ViCJio BRIEF MENTION M M. Cady Esq 'of Dubuque, Iowa who fa up lit t-rhnol here iu the old Academy ever forty year ago, vurlU ed In town oyer Bandar. Be fonnd Ii-w of Ui who were his paptlsand the tr wi bad mi changed that be ' cimM not recognise a single building except ths old stone Jail. Ton milts of the Panama Canal an' now open, five miles on tbe Psf-ifln entrance are used by vessels of aM kinds and Ave miles OB the Atl'tnik- side are nsed for bargee. The Uhhu rlntn and the great locks are being finished and it la said h ;m vtl'l pats throagh the whole length before 1915. . ! Hoimu j Hunl the irtist who paint ed the wonrterfui picture "Light tf the World" in dead. MirM Ijenora Degen, who is em ployed as teacher In a Business Col lege nr Dover, N. J., spent 8nndav wlili her parents in town. , Mnnl ginnery Ward & Co ot Chi uuuj have, built, up a targe and sno-iv-iU'iil luisin.sn and tiike hundreds or i usiiii N of dollars annnally nut of the farming sections of the ooutv trv. tl'iw they do it la shown on i .-ll.er page of tins paper.', Why ivonr h.mie merchants counteract iho effect of such medicine by giving liberal cioaex of their uwn. Linseed oil la do I a gallon and because of a shortage of about twyp million bushels in the crop this year will probably be higher. It is pro potted to start an educationalmove' meiit among farmers to indnoe them to raise more flax. James Lauer baa gone to Middle town, N. Y. to accept a position Frank LeCompte and wife of New York spent tbe past week in town. Air. Henry Wilson of Hrnesdale (lied cuddenly last Friday of heart diseaso aged about 71 years. Occasionally w bear of ripe straw berries at this season add to prove 'hey grow Randal Havre laid a flue one on oar desk this week. Milliard Brace, who baa been edit ing the Citizen at Honesdale, Pa., has auiTered nervous break dowr ud resigned the position. A youthful Qrold Brown in the Mil ford School gave this definition of verb and Illustrated his mean ing bv the following "A verb la word used to help a noun aling.'' Exunple "The boy runs,; "The snow falls " Judge Sadler in Cumberland coun ty decide that a bom school dis triot, having no high school, Is liable to pay for the tuition of children liv ing therein In another district. Par ents mav pay and collect from tbelr district, bit he suggests tbe better way l- for the district to pay direct. The condition is that pupils mast be examined, and found qualified for high si.-hool work JinO cues of infantile paralysis have been reported in this state from July lit to (Mober 1st. C W fiiliing and wife were guests this week at Hotel Fauohere. Ezra Uardlck and Mrs. Borah Freilcnburg both of Matatnoras, be derived from the Latin angarl wero married last Monday by Rer, nv blaokvmith shop, " which ia A. C Corey. John H. Meyer dld at his home In Liokiiuaten last Saturday. Be was burn in Germany and came to t iis i8 nl ry abont 'J5 years ago .' tvijj'it adult children survive him. In ;he rs.'H with death In the Van lUil II Cuii rare, held ladt week four ere Killed ami neveral i.ijured, soiue peihaia l.iiail. This sliould ead ihat k nd of sport. . 1 lie Dmiphin County Court de uiiiea that a state treasnrer most be e'.'Oti d this vesr. The qtiesiion was v h -llior C F. Wright, lim appointee of Uoernor Stuart ciuld hold the ottice for another year N. C. DUriok and wife of Atlanta Cily spent the pant i k iu town. Gdttard Cabill and wife of New York arrived in town yesterday. There are now 03 boys and 98 girls registered as pupils In our schools, a total of 161. This ia prob ably the largest number ot pupils ev er enrolled in the Millord Soboola. Henry U. Bowen a former resident of the Ooun y, ho now sptmits In. wluH:is in N rih Carolina and lib summers in the North vuuu-d in' towu this week. Dr Kxuworlhey and family will gi to their cumn at Twin Lakes to morrow for a two weeks outing. E. C. Wood visited the batllwhiiM In Nw York harbor last Suiiiiay and was shown around by Warren j The direct primary system, In the loplntoe of moat of tbe maohiaa poll. ) Col. 'Roosevelt ha handed down tw deoleii at, reverting the L'nit d - States Supreme Court. . Thai New York- porter who found a pocket-book containing 12,500 and got a 5 bill aa a reward probably now seriously doubts that honesty it the beat policy. The government Is going to pnt 4.. 000,000,000 fish into the great lakea. That ought to famish good material for next years fish stories. To use an eloquent baseball term, Mr. Ballinger does not, evidently ap prove of the aat riflce bit. ' " Next Monday ymt may write the date 10, 10, 10. You never nan write it that way again, and proba bly no one living has ever written it that way. . - Mr. Sherman now begins his march to the cold, salt sea. -, '.. New York Is complaining of a shmt age of ohambeiyiiaiils'.. Therfc is no complaint of tbe shortage of chorus ilrls howrVej-.. - ,".',.; J. Pennsylvania is improving. It has been decided not to let tbe'efatoee in front of -the Barrn-lmrg capital he nneie. V,".,--' ' '.-- h itfeil) In spile of Mr. Hughes' ntt gtM bling.Uw there JJias a higaepc palled fjff atttafBto'ga last Kek1 Last spring everybody waif IrtngH because it rained every day ' Colonel Roosevelt taya thaypeople have a perfect right to criticise oplfi 1 ions of the aprame Coort'.; . TXey. have, and al , they ihavettheentne right when, it oomjea to the opiptons'l of an ex presideor.. .';.,:".. Tbe man who in runted bail shauld ha highly , esteemed ' by. tbe Beef Trust. 8ays a paragraph from the tf. V;.' oonveutiop. . ."According to the pres ent' indications; tix. Hherman will be' lucky.lf."T. R.'' e.t bim get up in tbe convention and suggest that the windows. Ba -raisedifor "ventilation. It oama true all right. .'SouiSJinies in "oldj gurd'''' that never aurrandara get -tbe shioa kicked tw.? .r:i.'. .v. tj; . President, TsTI mai "lake note of the fact that Bulgaria averted pof. ltioaL ortaia ,dy . iaaiiatjMotig the Cabioet; '' ' They always oall attention to the need of oleankig np Coney iBlknd when lbs season Is. abont over. "Uncle. Joe" refaaea to go Into vaudeville. Ha? oonldn't ' begin to expreaa all his feelings ia half hour atnnt. A Chleago draesmakar aays tbat dresses should be made to fit, not alone tbe body bat the disposition. Yes aad the pooketbook too. A New Word. No word ever squared the oircle of romantio meaning more effectively than hangar, the French term brot over Into English to designate the shelter for airships. The word, in French, means a abed for storing ve hiolea. It baa been so used in Eng- l.n.l 9n m Una .In... T . la I . ... . m iuuh iim. j,. ia. BUj.acn turn cornea from angaria, a station for dispatch-bearers of the Roman Empire. Angaria ia descended from a Persian word meaning a mesaen gewbQrf'hs-tbeB?pe roo as hel ureex wora iroin wnicii "angel' is derived. .Npw angel u used in the Scriptures to describe a winged mess- j e.aHf if Uodn' TbOjWoriliasJ i,ea tnrougn the pageant of the oi-n'urli s i .ni 4. -.Vi:.:iu . r t.r r... tftl it "d-scrlbes a rrest!ng place for the vVtrU'lee of winged iievi? ' ' A nien-iitras mirnrty fci'-lppeiidiuit-ia with many victims. Hut Dr. Kings New ,l,ir-, PrilH'-kjII 'll ty pieveutioii. They gently stimulate stomach, liver, aud bowe'lti'lilneveitcliife'tliat clogging (ba( bytjfa aupexdicitis, ,)uriig .Con.-, mi pal Ion, Headache, Bilious uea,' uuuw;. .ens pi-ail uraggittia. ' . Boarding Etoiise Burned The large suoimer boarding of CUrenl-e Rc&?atit''tl& P bouse Pooono house on the 'Pot Jerais rwd near Mat am or ai was horned with all its contents Wedueedsy abont num. Laundry work was going on In the I kitchen and it is thought aparka set '.iv .:. . ' t i jt-.-i . ufu j u --qL)i,r aifiri ; wraa aiiaeowieo there. Tbe k-aa on building and fur nltnre is eatlmsted at 112,000 which la f tally covered by inauranoe. It ia tha inteiiUoo to rebuild. Soon after tbe Rose house burned fire was discovered ia tha roof of ' Uaorge Straits house in Uatamoraa. but by prompt fffort tbe buiUiog ' Ma. PIKE COUNTY SHOULD EE WELL REPRESENTED There la an Inatltatloa of the stata that Jtaa been estaWlabac. e-mlittively for tbe pabtle, mat for the benefit ef every eltixea fn the commonwealth It la the Bute Mnseum at Harria burg,, where a collection ia being made of every kind of mineral, anl mal, bird, insect, flower, apeolman of tree, and historical rello from each ooun ty of the atat e. ' Pike County should be well repre. sented ia this institution, which is laying a foundation invaluable for future years. The purpose of tba va rious divisions of the museum ia as follows: DIVI8ION OF ZOOLOGY -Where can be seen the animals in tnelr respective haunts and natoral surroundings; many valuable featarea for the agriculturalist, where Infor mation may be obtained in reference to tbe birds, Insects and animals of the locality that are helpful or de structive to crops DIVISION OF GEOLOGY. ' Since Pennsylvania is rich in min erals, there should be place before the people of tbe commonwealth one of the best state exhibits found in the Onion. This should include mineral ngy, paleontology and industrial ge "logy. Each county. In the state should be well represented by its re- sp&fTYe minerals, the coals, Irons, nils, clays, glass sands, building ittooea, .el-c.', with maps and obarts showing; where located. The ednca- lonBand" industrial shonld be close- ty allied, to be of use to the common wealth. .. There should be maps, charts and fossils of the geological era, portraying the earliest forma tloBs known, including the glacial period,, .upheavals, mountain and yauey mating,: rivers ana taxes or the atate, with relief maps and mod els showing- strata formations, etc A DIVISION OF BOTANY with specimens .helpful In learning tha different species of trees, their uses and their woods ; the care of for est preservea, as well as the flowers and plants used for beautifying or for their chemical and medicinal qualities. Many (basil plants of the coal .fields of Pennsylvania are on ex hJhHIdn at the Mcsauui. With the realisation of the Qapitol Park exlen .ilon, 4t would be pleasing to see ev.. ery tree, shrub, and, lower native In the state planted and, labeled, s far as practicable, within Its grounds. A DIVISION OF ARCHAEOLOGY. Pennsylvania should be well known by a collection from the copterits of tbe moandeJhat nave bean anaartb ed, which tells of an early people in habiting tba state, antedating the American Indian. )Taeae imple ments of history, arts and erafta shonld be gathered al the Museum, that our present and future genera tions could have a .more definite knowledge of these early peoples. Following this, the American Indian collection should be arranged and preserved. There are several good collections in tbe state, now obtain able, and in a few years these may be scattered and li st. They should be arranged to show tbelr manner of I ving; art and graft in war and peaoe; monuments: implement; In scriptions; relics; dwellings; ololbing and food obtained from their sur roundings, each properly shown in Ita relation to tbe other. . Mapa of their paths over tbe state; origin and meaning of the many Indian names of cities and towns, rivers, eto., throughout the state. Then follow with the custouis and arts of tha ear. ly Earopeau aettleia, and the imple- . ... . iiieuut oi meir ins, crane, eio. luis fiiHneiice whs the nucleus around u hiob the moulding of oar early his tory of the statu was formed. The early publications, German pie plates and the hand printing sliould also be shown. There are hiBtoric relics of war and peace in which the state la very rich. Many good collections are scattered throughout tha state, and should find a home in -tha museum. There are also many unmarked bis toriuai spots in each eoaufy of tha state' whiob should not be neglected. Either the state or hiatorlul aooiety of each county, should see .that theaa are anlbeutlcally and iutellbently labeled, even if only with atsoialb tablet on a boulder, si tbat they may not be lost to posterity. USEFUL AND FINE ARTS. Pennsylvania from its earliest time haa produced article from the looms, print shops and tba Jorge. The Museum wishes to make a fine collection oi tha artlolee, lnoluding those of exquisite make of the prea- ent day. Tbeaa will include print- Texillea In cotton, wool, silk ai d Usee; pottery, glass, tei cot Is, porcelain, mo lea, eeranilca and jglaalng; articles of metal, bronxe. leatber and wood. Alt of these art! clss to be of Pennsylvania make only. ' There are many persona in Pike County having relics pertaining to Pennsylvania, whieir they wish to preserve for posterity; there ta no more fitting place toreser-re these to the publlo than at tbeT State Muse um at Ilarriaburg, Where thy will be well oared for and displayed.' The. Mulecm will be glad to receive any suoh material, either periruiniflly 'or as a loan, in the following sut'jiot-; flora, fauna, minerals, geology, aroh aeology. arte and history. These should be well labeled, with the name of the specimen, location nr any brief historical Incident connect ed with It; the name and address of the donor shonld-also accompany it. Address, State Museum, Harrisburg, Pa. IT'S THE WORLD'S BEST No one baa ever made a salve, oint ment or balm to compare with Buek len's Arnica Salve. It's the one perfeet bealer of Cuta, Corns, Bums, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Erzeina, Salt Rheum. For Sore K.ves, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands, or Sprains, it's supreme. Infallible for Piles. Only Z'jC at all druggists. Down In My Ole Virginny Home D .wu In my ole Virginny horns Where my fhouglits o often roam I alt by the fire and I bake lu the hot ashes my hoe cake Down in my ole Virginny home, Down in my ole Virginny home Where my thoughts so often roam Pioking cotton In master's field all day At night we frolic and we play Down in my ole Virginny bone. Down in my ole Virginny borne Where my thoughts so often roam We daitoe the ole plantation reel And oh bow happy do I feel Down in my ole Virginny home. Down in my ole Virginny home Where my thought ao often roam After tea I play my ole banjo And Sal she sings a sweat aolo Down in my ole Virginny home Dowa in my ole Virginny home Where my tbonghta so often roam Plckanlnnlea dance the juha on the floor Piskaninolea tumble head and heel o'er Down in my ole Virginny home. Down in my ole Virginny home Where my thoughts ao often roam Will I ever see It more The little oabin I adore Down In my ole Virginny borne? Cecilia A. Cullen. REACHING THE TOP in any calling of life, demands a vigor ous txxjy and a keen brain. Without health there ia n'o success. But Elec trio Bitter ia tbe greatest Health Builder tba world has ever known. It compels perfect action of stomach, liv er, kidneya, bowels, purines and en riches the blood, tone and invigorates ths whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of your daily work. 'After months of ... tiering from Kidney Trouble," write. V. Sber- man, of Cuahiug, Me., "three bottles ' of Elect lie Blttera made me feel like a new man." 60c at all druggists. Correspondence Coarse. Fsrnii-rs and others ioan probably not pat in tbelr leisure during the winter to better advantage than In pursuing some of the Correspondence Courses in Agriculture which are given free by the Pennsylvania State College. These courses will be found beneficial for a number of reasons among which may be mentioned the the following; first, tbey furnish iu fjriuaii' n of diiect value to the farm er; si n ood, limy encourage systemat ic rather ifiun desultory reading and stud; ; third, they encourage reading to a purpose raiuer tuan merely as a pastime; fourth, they stimulate bab Its of study aud experiment, helninir tha bin, 11 Hit mil Ihlnn. In, hl...lf . ' fifth, they lu many eaaea suggest points bearing on the farm which bave not been brought to notice. In. -.ruction is now given ia thirty- three yorea covering practically all of tba ordinary farm operations In. oliullng g. mral agiii'ultore or crop pioductmn, animal husbandry, dairy ing, horticulture and tba hojne, A oourae in Peili g igy of Agriculture is also given, primarily for teachers. Thine tntereated should write to the jcpariuieai oi agricultural Euuea lion, Stale College, Pa., for ratalcg of ttiM C rri-spondenoe Courses and enrollment blank. The tuition is fre tbeia bema no fees whoever on. - c;ad alib Hi ooanasj. 10 THE VOTERS OF PIKE COUNTY: On Dec 81. 1108 my first term your Representative expired, aud on New Yearn Day 1009 at noon, 1 whs sworn in at Hnrrlsburg and began my second term ss yoor Represeni a- live. Speaker Cox assigned me as a member of the following committees; Electric Railways, Jartlciary 3p rial, lish, Game and Forestry Being Secretary of the Game Com- mlttee I wanacrtng chairman by vi'. into of my otlioe. in the aheenon of its.0,"mv flO NOT, WHY chairmen and upon the earnest solic- Hatlon of the Stite Commissioner of For-istry, as Well as of my own re quest, I was appointed chairman of the Committee on Forestry As Pike Connty di rives a great deal of her revenue and its residenta their livelihood from bur summer people, Attracted here by the woods, the flab and the uamt, I express! v reqaosted the Speaker to place me on tnese committees, helieviriK I culd best serve the people, of Pike County there. At the openli g , f the Kessirti 1 rented a furnish l l:on-c at Hair's burg, moving iu family tii.-re. where we remained until the scs-mii closed, ho that I imuM ilevnu. mv full time to yonr intere-'s ami inuu Jan uary until April K. I missed hut one half day's Stasior. Throughout t i..- ,. t l.i.,tiir iHU not mis an iii'i-i dance .f any com mlttoe meetiu . ., unl. . tui commit tee oonfliote I wh-n I would attend the one before which the interests then pendli'g I thorn-hr the nai vital to the pe-ipte of I'ikii County. . As every lull tntiiHlticed i- r -lerred to lta proper committee, a f.n it . stance ; niailera relating to gan.e or banting goes to the game committee, where the hill is gone over paragraph by paragraph and section by atotlon, by tbe 25 -n ui'iers constituting such commuiee. ... ,i amended tf thought and health to it. Its positively guar advantage u h.- either dropping anteed for Coughs, Colds, I.aOrlppe, parts oraddi.'g ne v Ideas and it Is ' Asthma, Croup all Throat and Lung then reported fn in I lie committee to . 'roubles. Mk-. aud tl 00. Trial bdttl'e the entire house for its various read ' I inga and irgumetrs pro and con. It is readily appuient that in commit tee most or te real work is done and wi.sona.rmananaineaothorortbejwlth the largest attendance in the uiu mt uiemoers in a great measure . look to for explanation and for the I , ., annrnval iir it Bai.npnu.1 i v.mi : I " V ivu i.ua ucvji ui i no uuiise nru upon such chairman. and author devolvea tbe "fathering" of the bill and the upholding of the same or tbe "kill ing" of it by argument before the other got members. And it U often times a hard matter to stand before 200 memb'ra and pos sibly a thousand visitors and to con vinoe a prejudiced audience tnat the measure is a good one and should be passed, or a bad ono ami should be defeated. During the last Legln'u'uiel inlro duoed 0 proposed laws a Hoodly num bar of whiob are now on our Statute books. I wan especially fortu. nio insecur Ing an additional .5000 fur the com. pletion of the Mataii orae Dike, hich work the statehas completed, nd 50()0 or(jBve Baok , M f OWu3nip on which work tho s.a . j re late ia now engaged under plu made by the State engineer, a man who baa spent a Ufa time on engineering prob leuis and who, by reason of his pecul iar knowledge add nine-., was ap pointed to tbat position and no doubt a good Job will be done, saving the County and Township m'Hiy dollars in repairs to that J ipeusive and troublesome piece of nmd bed. I also secured the pn.aue of a Dike Bill appropriating fiDOU for Lackawaxnn township, I ui, uufor t inately, Gov Stuart was compelled to veto the measure, when his aigna tur.i would have made it a law. Then too I secured f500 to defray the expense of the Delaware River Free Bridge Commiaaion, which com mis. sion has finished its labors of invea tigaiion and ia now engaged in pre paring It report to tbe Lagislature asking that body to appropriate suffi cient funds to purchase the bridges crossing the Delaware River and making them free of toll. Therefore, I oan come before you thia Fall with the argument, that through my efforts in your behali last eerslon I secured for Pike County 115,500 and during my Aral term I secured for the county and had spett themin in improvements (10,000 so that during my terms ss your Repre , Mutative. Pike County has virtually profited' 125,500. It may be pointed oat that thta ia ' nothing I' Yet we can sav and I think o..,n . ok . y-- ... JJ I.IIU IUB, IU.I a Use cioparad with the torn a s I did NOT receive in (lie 84 years when represented at Harrisburg by a democratic Representative it IS , 80a,al hing and when compared with I whBt ne democratic representatives of Wayne and Monroe four sister 10onn) have received it shows up J"81 mora than, they re Icelved.- Th' 's my record Mr. Voter, what ire u o do abont itf It oan !nnt bt aispulen. and if tbe demo urayic memoirs who for B4 yeara continuously represented yon could """e '""nren something to help tbe 11DNT THEY? It Is results we are after nowadays nnd not what might have happened If Pike County this Fall feels by rnturninir to the old regime of being representee by a democrat jnst be cause his name appears on the ballot under that particular political col umn and that as snob he can aeoure more hem fit to you as. a oonnty, from such representation, then she ahonld elect my opponent. If, how ever, my record convinces you that I have been active, honest und have done .something in j our behalf, I can with all propriety again ask for your v.. te, and 'f (tiven me I wonld take pnde in keeping my record good and with my expenc.noe and knowledge obtained, I can start in upon tbe ope'iina day ready -to do business. fhintlcmen. It Is tip to yon to 3e cide on Nov. 8th ALFRED MAKVIN. FORCED TO LEAVE HOME Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lunira are sore anil I racked with mm.li, ..,h , . . another climate. But this is costly and I ,lot "'way sure. There's a better way. -' "r- King's New Discovery cure vol! at home. 'It cured me of luug trouble," writes W. It. .Nelson of Cala .miue, Ark., "when all others failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its ' surely the King of all oough and luug ....ia. iiiuumiiuh owe .neir lives tree at all drutrirl"ts. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES The public aohoola opened Sept , nistory of tbe school. ti. .i Ihe entire enrollment was 16S u pupils. The number enrolled In the High School is the largest ainoe its organisation. During vacation the interior of the school building was entirely renovated and the rooms now present a most pleasing appear ance. Improvement baa also been made in tbe course of study certain stud- lea being added so that a pnpll of this school may enter the average college well prepared. With these Improvements this school year bids fair to be tbe most pleasant in our experience. A number of High Sohool pupil with their principal enjoyed a ram ble through the woods ou Saturday afternoon la the interests a f Zoology. Mis Natalie Armstrong, a former pupil of tbe High School, has en rolled at Blair Hall ia third form. Arthur and Tbomaa Wolfe viaited John Wiuslow at iliddletowo, N. Y. on Sunday. Some of the boya enjoyed a blcyole trip to Delaware Water Gap on Sun day. Mr. George Weightuian recently visited the soboola and gave a very interesting talk to the High School. His visit as thoroughly enjoyed by all and it is hoped tliut he will soon vi-.il ns HKuin. The study of 'Current Events' haa beon adopted by the Grammar and H;gh School Departments. Over thirty pupils have subscribed for that paper. County Superintendent Westbrook Visited the aohoola on Tuesday. WANTED Cosmoi-outan Maoa 7.iNi n quirea the servioes of a repre sentative iu Pike County to look af ter subscription renewals and to ex tern circulation by special methods which bave proved unusually aurcesa ful. Salary and oouamisaion. Pre vious experience desirable but not essential. Whole time or spare time. Address, with referencea, H. C. Campbell. Cosmopolitan Maga zine, 17H9 Broadway, New York City. WANTED! SALESMEN tn represent us in the sale of cur II it h Urade Good LKin'i dulay, apply at onoa. Steady i enpioyinent ; liberal teriua Ex per , eucie not neoeawiry ALLEN NURSERY CO, NOTES FROM SANDYST0N Already political mattera are be ginning to boom, and while candi dates for Governor will be Ignored to a certain extent tbe fight wll. be mainly made on the office of Free holder. J. J. Vansickle and Hiram C. Snock are tbe candidates, both Dem ocrats, and toe fight will be fought to the last vole In the box. On Wednesday of this week tbe member of the Layton Grange will have a frolic for grading tbe grounds around their hall. Tbe ladies of the Grange will pro vide a chicken dinner and -that means lots of good things. We are happy to stata that the condition of Mrs. Laura Lasts' la very much improved. She was oper ated upon for appendicitis on the 16 Hi hint. George Owen, of Layton, hag been confined to his bed for the past fort night by serious Illness, is now able to sit up for a while each day. Tut tins Corner held their Annual Chicken Supper on Thursday even- Dii last, and bad a grand good atten dance. The guod things provided were dis posed of, and over fifty dollars taken in. Three milk men, of Haineeville, were dropped by the Burdens for feeding wet brewery grains last week. They were admonished not to feed them, but persisted, and are; now taking their milk te the Monta gue Creamery. A oonple of patrona of the Hainesv ville school are sending their sons la the Milford school. One of the pa trons Is a Trustee and this action makes it unpleasant for the teacher. Our Committee met on Saturday last In the Grange Hall for tbe settle ment and deception of road ordera. Why not leave a few dollar in the Overseer's hands for the removal of loose atone for the roada need it. - Setb Sbay, merchant, at Laytoa, returned from N. Y. on Saturday, where be is under, treatment of a throat specialist, and consider him self much better. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Everitt of Orange, N. J. spent a couple of days last weak with Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Smith at Laytou. i Mr. Eveaitk holds his years remarkably well. Tne school law aaya that all child ren of school -age must attend school, but when, pupils are anspended from school for good and sufficient reason how long must they- remain, at borne. Where Is ou truant cflrT The contractor of our new road ia puabing the work vigorously under tbe foremanship of Kay Thompson. From the junction of the ."Eruiis" road with the main road to Laytoa is complete and the "Ennie" road will be completed in a fortnight. That leaves only tbe piece of road from Cliaa. Benaleys to Tuttlea Cor ner to finish and another month will do that. Notice of Meeting Notice' is hereby given tbat the annual meeting of tha Forest Lake Club will be held at tbe Club House, Mast Hope, Pike County, Pa,, on Tuesday, October lltb, 1910 at 2 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of election of Directors and the trans action of suoh business as may law fully ootna before tbe meeting. CLAUDE V. PALL1STER. Sept. 2S, 1810. Secretary. Woman's Society Elects Officers The Womens' Society of the Pres byterian Cburoh has elected offioera for the ensuing year at follows : Prea Mrs. Gjorge Mitohell. Vioe Pre Mrs. Frank Cross, Mr Harry Angle. Tress Miss Lydla Brown. Hec'y Mrs. R. G. Barokley. The annual Summer Bale will be held the first week In August 1011. Winter Sale on December 1st. Entertainment on Thanksgiving . evening as nsual. Due notice will appear later. Real Estate Transfers. Herman II. Voelker to Bertha A. Voeiker. Lots In Matamoras, 81, 88. May Vogt et. at. to Charles Lnd eoker, 300 acres, ShoholaV Trouble with the steering geas of the oar of Father Lynott of Mata moras laat Tuesday evening, near the residence of Samuel Detriok, caused the machine to leave the road and upset. Tba ocoopauta were .threwn out and a boy-qaita Vadly injared. At Booaeater, N. Y.