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Bloomsburg Columbian (Newspaper) - February 3, 1910, Bloomsburg, PennsylvaniaThe columbian Bloomsbury. A. The first National Bank. Of room nuke a. The oldest and strongest capital 8100,000 surplus 8100,000. With the largest capital and surplus in the county. A Strong directorate competent officers and every modern facility we solicit accounts Large or Small and collections on the most Liberal terms consistent with sound Hanking and invite you to inspect our new quarters. 3 per cent. Interest paid on time deposits officer f a m Low pre Mont. Jamo a no vat a a a a president. Myron i. Low vice Prmt Dent. Frnnk Iku Lor to i Diler k. A. M Low k. Cd. York Foiw m. E btukhnuh1. Ill it f. To us in Iii a hon Var free i Clor is . Clinton a urine m v in n i. Low ii v i lower Frnnk i Koler. The columbian. ts66. The Columbia Democrat brewery bars to quit. Edict of Bench in Schuylkill claims to ctn illegal. Pro i Sty. Kurti a tilo it my let Are tuna the county a i a i 1869 w , i of c alumni inc Juicy . . E. E Lav eli., editor. Geo. Kuan. I ohm As. Atm it lnu lds the Inu Niy it. Non yes i in i i $1. <1 nut Aid in a Vivante. Lutvije Iii county a i.2j 4 year orc Tler in it . A communication tiv a the columbian urn in a. Thursday Fobri \1<y x 1110 census enumerator s pay. s a City of applicants for Ennon creators indicates that men capable of doing this work arc we pretty Well employed in this connection the director has issued to the census supervisors a detailed statement of the classification of rates adopted for the compensation of enumerators in the thirteenth census commencing april 1502x1. There Are three general rates the per capita the mixed and the per diem. The first and second general rates have five subdivisions each. The per diem rates Range from �3 to $3-5�. $4. $15�. $5. $5-5� and 56. And Are to be paid for a Day of eight hours work. For enumerators on the per capita basis which will be that most widely used the pay for each inhabitant is class a 2 cents a lass a 2x/i cents class a 3 cents class a 3% cents and class of a a 4 cents. Such enumerators will also he paid for each farm As follows class a 20 cents class i 221 cents class a 23 cents class a 27 it i cents and class a 30 cents. These rates Are in each Case 5 cents or More higher than paid in 1900, when the Range was from 15 to 20 cents. For each establishment of productive Industry the rate for each class is 30 cents la or each barn and in closure containing livestock not of farms the pay is 10 cents for each class. Under the mixed rate which is a combination of the j or capita and the per diem there Are five subclasses alphabetically arranged and the per diem is Clas of $1 a $1.25 a �1.50 i #175 a Quot a i >2. For a h inhabitant the pay is class of 2 cents a 2fa cents. Ii 2/j cents i. 2j. Cents and a 3 cents. For each farm class of from our regular correspondent. Washington ii. C., Jan. 29. 1910. Congress has at inst awakened to the Folly and extravagance of at least one of its Quot junkets Quot and it is possible that in the investigation and scandal in which n number of senators and members will have ibo in reputations pretty badly marred. Enough Public indignation May be aroused to put an end to this silly waste of Public funds. The Public is it perhaps not aware that it is apart of the business of every session of Congress to provide Lor half Doren More or less of these junk eting parties and to appropriate the Money for them. A few senators and representatives get together and decide that something needs investigating they Are careful that the something shall 1-e in some interesting part of the world with a Good Cli i ale for the season selected and that the party shall lie provided with Pirty of Money for a trip t Ken in the most luxurious Mau tier. If it is to he Iii the United states private cars with refrigerators Ami Buffet packed with Llu Best of everything to Cut and drink Are provided. The family of each Juu kete is invited and congressmen who honestly Shine their own boots at Home to save expense take with them secretaries and stenographers who Are frequently members of their own family. Accommodations Are reserved in the Best hotels carriages automobiles. Of. A a Courti Cedar junk eting party now under fire items for shaves shoe shines and Cigar help to swell a fat total for a trip that included All the Ini Hgt it it countries of Europe leisurely visited during one summer. It appears to lie a lamentable necessity that in the undertaking of any Reform Only a few of the guilty Are made to suffer for a general wrong in which Many have shared. The immigration committee which has about As Little excuse for existing As any committee in Congress is the one selected for demonstrating the enormity of this particular species of graft. Just Why it should in so no one seems to know. A private grudge Jet the c sort at Pottsville on monday handed Down an unanimous opinion deciding that while a brew Ery Henrj ration May own real estate where there Isa licensed Saloon vet they must have no entire titi the business. The court declares any arrangement by which the tenant undertakes to Purchase and. A a ,1 j. A Champagne and cigars Are smrt of Ell exclusively the product from. ,1 the me Isary expense. In the the brewery of the owner would lie a violation of the spirit of the statute at least the in Crest in the Lessee s License would be direct Anil not an incident upon the grounds of Public Jedi by it would in forbidden would la a Contact in restraint of Trade vicious in its tendencies and wholly illegal we not permit such contracts to Nolle by Collins wireless Telephone at electrical show. In the electrical world the newest thing is opera by wireless Telephone. At the coliseum Chicago where the fifth annual electrical show was held it was demonstrated beyond a doubt that the Day has come for the transmission of instrumental or vocal music Over Dis lances without wires a Small party 1 of electrical men guests of a. Frederick co ii is inventor of the wireless Telephone had an opera party Quot via wireless Quot in which they heard and enjoyed the first act of 11 Trovatore by the National opera company at the great Northern theatre by Means of a Urt ahle transmission set. Everybody in the party distinctly heard the voices of the opera singers in ensemble uni solos. The first test along these lines was made with the assistance of Maurice Levi at Rockaway Bench in the summer of 1909, in which hand music was transmitted from the stage of the american theatre to receiving instruments with Meg phonic attachments Down the Boardwalk several blocks away. Scientists anticipate wireless connection with music in tote near future bringing into Homes the Best works of the masters in All parts of the world. A tuberculosis Experiment. Stand and where such a one is proven it will Appeal to our discretion in refusing the License. To acquire property in which there is a License in the course of their business transactions could not he complained of so Long As the purchaser has dispose cd himself of the property so acquired As soon As he possibly could after its acquit a it in pv7�?~f st8?�?T try sitio.,. Without loss. ? he it la iia of 11 s no of hav there can he no doubt that the a a a it Frozen out of the picnic Large acquisition of property in a ?0, 0, 8, sex which there Are licenses by these. A while those who Corn different brewing companies can smar la a under l Ltd Vav to a nit that a a of having been forced into the limelight for a crime of which nearly All of Congress is guilty the Public May profit to the extent Only in for one purpose and that is to control the Sale of the product of their several establishments in the properties so acquired. No transparent subterfuge of Transfer ing property to an employee of the firm or a holding corporation or a Purchase in the name of an employee or member of the firm will be of any Avail. There is no disposition on the part of the Coart at this time however to revoke these licenses for the causes alleged. Courtesy in Young girls. Young girls Are Apt to he somewhat thoughtlessly discourteous and Are quite oblivious of the irremediable evil often wrought by want of thought. Such girls should hear in mind the lesson in Courtesy Given by a father to Quot his daughter. Quot my child a snid he Quot Trent everybody with politeness even though in y Are rude to you for remember that you show Courtesy to others not because they arc , but because you ate one a Quot Home we endorse these sentiments of it cents g i a cd no it 1,1 we endorse these sentiments of each establishment Urru Lorii. The til til lie restricted to each establishment of productive Industry the rate is 20 cents for each class. Government to print postal. An innovation was instituted yesterday by the government when for the first time in the history of the country Uncle Sam began the printing of his own postal cards. The work is being done at the government printing office. Until Alt of the new presses Are installed the Issue will in approximately 1.500,000 a Day and later it will aggregate 3,500,000 a Day. As soon As the special equipment for printing has been established a new card to be known As the Index or Library card will be issued. He Quot Young girls Quot in their application. There Are a Good Many other people in this world who might remember this. 8 horses increasing. Notwithstanding the popularity of the automobile and its growing adaptability to commercial needs the number of horses increased in the United states during the past year nearly a million. The average Price of the horses has increased from �95.64 to �108.19. The latter is probably accounted for in part by the fact that i orc raisers everywhere have been gradually improving their strains though economic Laws teach us that when feed stuffs Are High the Price of horses and cattle should be Low. Impossible to be Well it is impossible to be Well simply impossible if the bowels Are constipated. You must pay attention to the Laws of nature or suffer the consequences. Undigested material waste products poisonous substances must be body at least once each Day or there will be trouble. A sluggish liver is responsible for an immense amount of suffering and serious disease. Ask your doctor about Ayers pills. He knows Why they act directly on the liver. Trust him. / r Auto. Lowell. Ma�7. Of having the practice abolished forever. It will be dismal for Congress to face a junket less season just As it was a cruel blow when it was called upon to pay its own rail Road fares but with Economy and Reform the slogan of every faction these privileges and perquisites must be Elimina de one by one. It would be impossible without the records spread before one to enumerate the number size and expense of the congressional junkets of the last few years. One of the great Tsi was that now famous for another reason in which president then Secretary Taft took a whole ship Load of people to the Bill Pines Japan and China to investigate Tuat part of the Earth or perhaps it was just to show Alice to the filipinos this party however i think paid at least a part of its expenses. Then there Are the Panama junkets in which a Greit party composed of men who would no. Know a steam shovel from an Ore Crusher Are taken with their wives and families and it tigers on to Panama just As the weather gets disagreeable at the capital. Livery summer a Hatch of congressmen arc conveyed in princely fashion to Alaska. Once you will remember the speaker of the House was one of the party and when lie arrived at the alaskan destination he could not be pried Loose from a broker game to go ashore. At least that is the Story. The denial followed later and a Mystic hush fell on the gossip cars. There Are always things requiring investigation in Southern California in Cuba sometimes even m Mexico. They Are Good Winter climates. One member has been three times to the Orient once to Alaska pretty Well All Over the United states and if he Ever Drew a Check during one of the trips it was to pay perhaps for the Fine lace which his family wears and which be brought in duty free. Sotu of our representatives need travel. That no one aware of their provincial limitations and views can deny. They need Contact with other Peoples the enlargement of their mental horizon the Extension of their sympathies hut if Congress is going to educate its members by travel kindergartens it should in done openly and the Money should be appropriated for the enlightenment of provincial statesmen. To nut the matter under the Guise of Quot investigations with each Man empowered to elect Hirn a very interesting Experiment was started he a Friend of mine. Doctor . Of Bostons the til 1 Herat Plosis class in connection with 1 Church Quot Sims or. We illum Osier in Spoman t a foot companion for february. It is a Nice sort of practical religion for any Church to undertake doctor Pratt s first Clas consisted of fifteen or Twenty persons chicle Young clerks All in the Early stage of the disease and and All still at work. He met them once a week in n room off the schoolroom of the Church and there they discussed their cases with him. They were weighed every week a careful analysis was made of their symptoms How much they had gained or How much they Hud lost. Each Oue took his own temperature and brought his note Book my it is a remarkable record of several years work that has been carried on. A number of these Young persons some with quite Well marked symptoms of the disease live been completely cured without going to a Sanatorium without going away and while continuing Timeir work. I know of no More encouraging feature in connection with this disease than this practical Experiment which has Ueen carried out so the meat Boycott the meat abstainers in Cleveland Timve succeeded in forcing Down the Price of pork chops from 19 to 17 cents per Pound and Are much encouraged. Their plan of a 30-Day Boycott has found imitators in other Ohio towns and in Omaha and Milwaukee. It will no doubt if followed up Lead the meat Trust to enlarge its facilities for cold storage and to Send larger shipments of surplus Stock to outside markets. Concession., Are Tuai uly obtained from local dealers who ire compelled to get rid of stocks on hand. A saner method of compulsion upon t e part of meat caters which would result in Benefit to their health no less than their Poeck is would he to resolutely abstain from eating meat More the 111 once a Day from this time on and to baud together to procure the free entry into the country of cattle from Canada and Mexico. In h Ith of these neighbouring countries not Only beef pork Mutton and Dairy to ducts but other food stuffs Are Selling at moderate prices As compared with cold storage rates in the United states. To successfully Boycott our trusts we must carry the War into the ballot record self to the junket which Best suits the taste of his family is a Clumsy Utic nip to deceive the ultimate tax payer. V the Pinchot Ballinger investigation has begun and the room in which it is conducted is crowded with interested listeners. Meanwhile it is said the Senate committee on Public lands will no report favourably Secretary Ballinger s Hill authorizing him to make withdrawals of Public lauds at his discretion. Or. Garfield former Secretary of the Interior no Pearell before the committee urging the Obj action that this Power is already lodged in the president and that to agitate the subject now would Only raise the question As to the legality of the withdrawals made by president Roosevelt. Children cry for Fletcher s c Astoria come now for linens on Semi annual event emphasizing marked economics in table linens and Allied linens. Come. Select Sotir linens. This is a Linen buying time because its Money saving time. There is safety As Well As savings in buying linens Here. To will Tell you whether a cloth is All Litvien or Cotton and Linen mixed yet Gnu must not be fooled. But whether you buy All Linen or cot ton and Linen mixtures you la get the biggest Money a Worth you Ever secured. Bleached table linens 56 Inch bleached table Lintt regular value 25c now 20c 60 Inch bleached table Linen regular value 50c now 15c 66 Inch bleached Tabic Linen regular value 75c now 6nc 72 Inch bleached table Linen regular value 85c now 7tc 70 Inch bleached table Linen regular value $1 now 81, 72 Inch bleached double damask regular value 1.15 now 98 cents. 72 Inch bleached double damask regular value 1.50 now 1.29. 72 Inch bleached double damask regular value t 5>j now 1.39 72 Inch bleached double damask regular value 1.75 now 1-59. 72 Inch bleached double damask regular value 2.2 now 1 unbleached table linens 5ft in. Unbleached table linens regular value 25c now 2 Etc 60 in. Unbleached table linens regular value Tyc now 2.�?~ a >0 in. Unbleached table linens regular value 50c now 4�e 70 to. Unbleached linens regular value 56c now 49c. 00 in. Unbleached linens regular value Doe now 500. 4 in. Unbleached linens regular value 75c now 58c ready made towels included in this Sale Plain All Linen Huc Kaback towels 18x36 in. Very heavy regular value 50c. Now 39c a pair. Plain Huc Kaback towels 17x36 in. Regular value 30c now 22 cents a pair. Regular 30c i turkish Bath towels reduced to 22c a pair regular 50c turkish Bath towels reduced to 44c a. In 1 lain Huc Kaback towels 17x32, regular value 20c apiece now 18c a pair. 1 a every Towel in Stock reduced for this Sale and variety is Complete. Huy towels now. F. P. Pursel Bloomsbury Penn a an irresistible bargain. $1.75 value for Only $1.15. All for Only $1.15 one year s subscription for Mccall a Magazine j any 15-cent Mccall pattern you May select one years subscription for the columbian. Mccall a Magazine is a Large artistic handsomely illustrated Hundred Page monthly Magazine. It contains sixty new fashion designs in each Issue. Every woman needs it for its up to Date fashions entertaining stories and Complete information on All Home and personal topics. Over one million subscribers. Acknowledged the Best Home and fashion Magazine. Regular Price. 5 cents a copy Worth double. Mccall patterns so simple you cannot misunderstand them. Absolutely accurate. In style irreproachable. You May select free any Mccall pattern you desire from the first number of the Magazine which reaches you. Regular Price 15 cents. The columbian is the oldest newspaper in the county. It is not sensational and what it prints is reliable and fit to be read by anybody. Regular Price $ 1.00 per year. Done to miss this extraordinary offer Call at our office or address your order to the columbian Bloomsbury a

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