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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 4, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaVical Tii Hii tables. Penn a r. R cast. 1.02 a. M. 11.86 a a 1.84 p. M. 5.56 m 10.86 a. M. Sundays. West. 0.00 a. B 18.10 p. B 4.29 Quot 8.17 a a d. L. It amp w. K. R. Cast. West. 7.05 a. M. 9.09 a. M. 10.19 a a 12.51 p. M. 8.16 p. M. 4.38 a a 5.47 a a 9.16 a a sundays 7.05 a. M. 18.51 p. M 5.47 p. M. 9.16 a a Phila. It Reading r. R. North. South. 7.58 a. M. 11.28 a. M. 3.56 p. M. 6.35 p. M. Bloom Street. 7.58 a. M. 11.21 a. M. 8.58 p. M. 8.32 p. M. Bumper crops h. V. White of Bloomsburg president of the state Millers association Secretary of state College and a Man closely in touch with the agricultural situation after a tour of the state makes the Sta Tomeu founded upon intimate knowledge that the crops of Pennsylvania this year Are among the largest if not the largest Ever harvested. The Oats crop is unquestionably he says the largest Ever grown although the storm of last monday did considerable damage in this immediate Section. The crop had been harvested in the Southern part of the state and that escaped the storm of which Little was thought in this Section but which caused the heavily Laden stalks to break off and when the crops were harvested this week a considerable Quantity of the Oats fell out in harvesting. The Early potato crop was Good and the information or. White has received from All parts of tie state is that the late potato crop never looked so Well. From the Wayne county Section Down through York and Lancaster counties and out through the Western part of the state the same word comes and or. White expresses the opinion that a wonderfully Largo crop of potatoes will to harvested. More than 20 per cent greater than in any year during the last ten years will be the average yield of wheat per acre and the crops could not be better. The hessian Fly has done some damage in a few sections but tins condition is not general. Then too the Rye crop is the largest and Best Pennsylvania has Ever had. To ailing women largest Bass Ever caught Gearhart Oberdorf who last Friday caught a Bass Whilo fishing from the River Bridge that weighed 2 a pounds and measured 15>� inches in length seems to have acquired the habit of catching big fish. Monday morning from his customary Perch on the Bridge he hooked what was unmistakably the biggest Bass Ever taken from the River at this place. It tipped the Scales at 4 pounds and 9 ounces and measured Twenty inches in length. Or. Oberdorf in order that there might be no doubt As to the full extent of the catch took the big fish Down town. It was still alive when exhibited to the wondering crowds that soon gathered around him. Few people could believe that Bass were to be found in the River that had attained such a Laige size. The Bass was in a thriving condition and was a Beauty in dimensions resembling a Shad. Bass Are fairly plentiful in the River this season while More than the usual proportion seems to have attained Large size. As the River Falls toward Low water Mark the big Bass from the Bridge May be Soeu distorting themselves in tie water below. Fishing from the Bridge has become quite popular although comparatively few persons Havo succeeded in hooking anything Worth while from that elevated position. Or. Oberdorf seems to be the Only one who knows the trick. When asked yesterday what secret Art he employed he replied a there is no secret about it Only patience. A a the thriving condition of the Bass would seem to disprove the theory that the presence of Coal dirt in the Stream tends to kill off the fish. The White Chub is recognized As the most delicate Flash extant yet this fish along with Bass has flourished and is Moie plentiful at present than at any time in the past. As local fishermen View it if there is anything that militates against the Well being of fish in the North Branch it is the general absence of River grass which at one time abounded but which seems to have been destroyed by the great ice Gorges that swept Tho River Bottom some years ago. It is Well known. They say that Bass frequent grass when it can be found and it is believed that the latter to some extent is essential to the Well being and development of fish. Local fishermen who Are interested in keeping the River stocked up will Lay the matter before commissioner of fisheries William e. Cohan in order to obtain his views on the subject and to see what measures can be adopted to restore the grass if Tho latter is considered essential in propagating fish. Safe cracked Iii Issa depot a Little sound advice will help Many a sufferer in Danville. No woman can be healthy and Well if the kidneys Are sick. Poisons that pass off in the secretions when the kidneys arc Well Are retained in the body when the kidneys Are sick. Kidneys and bladder become inflamed and swollen and worse troubles quickly follow. This is often Tho True cause of bearing Down pains lameness backache Side ache Etc. Uric poisoning also causes headaches dizzy spells languor nervousness and rheumatic pain. When suffering so try Doan s kidney pills a remedy that cures sick kidneys. You will get better As flu kidneys get better and health will i turn when the kidneys Are Well. Let a Danville woman Tell von about Doans kidney pills mrs Edward Diehl Pine Street Danville. Pa., says a do and a kidney pills proved to be an effective kidney Medicine in my Case. The use of in boxes of this remedy procured from Hunt s drug store. Entirely relieved me of pains in my Hack and other troubles caused lev disordered kidneys. Doans kidney pills should have a permanent Plano in every household. A a for Sale by All dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn co., Buffalo new York Solo agents for the United states. Remember the name Doan so and take no other. James c. Ainsworth goes to Canton. James c. Ainsworth formerly physical director at the local y. M. O. A., Ami who has recently been in the service of the Reading y. M. O. A., has accepted Tho position of physical director at the Canton Ohio association for which place he left saturday. On Friday evening or. Ainsworth was tendered a Farewell dinner at the Mineral Springs hotel near Reading by a walking class of which he was the Leader. League starts on new series bold yes men entered the Pennsylvania station at Catawissa Early saturday morning and blew open the Safe with Nitro Glycerine. For their trouble they got $21.41 in Cash. The Safe door was shattered and the inside door was blown across the office and against the partition Between the office and the waiting room. There is no clue although a search has been made. Residents of the Borough after the explosion heard men Harry aug across the Susque Hanuka River Bridge which Entrance is nearby. That it was the work of professionals there seems to be but Little or to doubt. Tho Meu let All of the tickets alone Aud took Only the Money drawers and a special delivery letter. This contained a Pennsylvania Railroad Relief fund Check and is easily negotiable. There were hundreds of dollars Worth of tickets Aud some Money order Blanks for sending Telegraph Money orders hut these were untouched. On the floor was a piece of common yellow Rosin soap and a Silver Teaspoon. This indicated very plainly what the Meu worked with. They first wrenched off the Safe Knob and poured the deadly Nitro Glycerine in the aperture closing it with soap Aud using the spoon to pour in the last few drops in order that their work would be sure. Prior to the explosion residents of Catawissa saw two men on Tho tracks under the Light at the main Street crossing Aud one of them whistled by placing his fingers in his Mouth Aud blowing a shrill note. Then the explosion occurred. According to that it is believed that there were at least three Meu in on the Job. One stayed to Light the fuse after the others went out to see if there were any others around. Then the whistle which was a prearranged Sigual to Light the fuse. A Short while after the explosion All of the residents in the neighbourhood Wen aroused Ami made an Especial Effort to locate it. They heard hurrying Stew on the River Bridge hut All was still after that. On Friday the station agent deposited $200 in Bauk Aud the Day before he made a remittance to the treasurer of the company at Philadelphia. This is the fourth time within the last 10 years that the Safe in this station has been robbed. New Rule and Foley kidney pills. Tonic inequality and action Quick in results. For backache dizziness nervousness urinary irregularities Ami rheumatism for Sale by Paules amp co., pharmacy. $ thus far August Lias shown Good form. Babe thrown into mrs. Dora Wolf of Easton has been arrested on a charge of having thrown her new born babe into a Well where it is said to have been partly eaten by rats before it was dead. Thu com-1 1 a Iii made by City detective Grebe followed an investigation by Coroner Fetherolf. Crane plucks Eye. While holding a Crane which was wounded Joseph Ware Der of Carrot own had his left Eye picked out by the Bird. Bica Uso of sympathetic trouble it is now feared be will lose the sight of t be other eve. Pennsylvania Railroad Fin Parkjr a 1 \ v v i la a it. V Vav Sistr i amp a $ Farmers institutes Over 450 Days of Farmers institutes More than Ever provided before have been arranged for the season of 191011, by a. L. Martin director of Farmers institutes of Tho state department of agriculture. Last season 450 Days were provided Aud the attendance at the sessions exceeded All records. The arrangements for the coming season contemplate the appearance of the platform of a number of the beat know lecturers in the state. The course will cover a wide variety of topics. The arrangement for institutes in Moutoux Aud Northumberland counties is As follows Montour february 10 and 11 Washingtonville february 12 and 14, mans Dale. Northumberland a february 2 Aud 4, Reabuck a february 6 and 7, Snyder to Ovva february 6 Aud 7, pottsgrove. Vandals at Park there is scarcely any limit to the mischief that persons maliciously inclined will not perpetrate if Given the Opportunity. If there is a thing about memorial Park Safe from vandals one would Havo thought it was the heavy Caus of mounted on Aud neatly fitting into Granite pedestals. Yet it was discovered a few Days ago that Vandal hands had lifted one of the Cannon out of its bed breaking the Cement in which it was set. The heavy gun was replaced by Borough employees but it rests loosely on the Pedestal and will have to he reset. Notwithstanding the dry weather things about the Park appear to be growing nicely. The Sod remains Green while the Flower Beds present a Beautiful appearance. At a meeting of the managers of the Susquehanna league held yesterday afternoon in the elks rooms at Berwick it was decided to close the present series of a incr since Danville a insurmountable Lead has caused interest in the game to lag. Aud to open this week a new series of fifteen games to last until september 10th. Dauville was declared the Winner of the first series of games and in Case another team wins the second series that team and Danville will play a series of games after september 10th for the championship of Tho league Aud the 1910 Pennant. In Case Danville wins the second series the Pennant will of course go to this town without a deciding series. The meeting yesterday was marked by heated discussions which arose mostly of subjects relating to the new schedule of games. The motion to play the new series which by the Way was made by manager Hoffman of Dauville was the Only business transacted but it required nearly two hours of heated argument before the measure was finally brought to a vote. The Danville Aud Berwick managements wanted to play a 20 game series to last until september 17th. To this were offered strenuous objections by Colley of Shick Shiuey and Sharpless of Bloomsburg. Manager Colley would not stand for More than 15 games Aud manager Sharpless stated that Bloomsburg would positively not play longer than september 10th. President Mccollum appointed Haas of Nanticoke Sharpless of Bloomsburg Aud himself As a committee to arrange a schedule for the new series. This committee will meet some time this week and Frame a series of games which will be presented to the managers at a meeting which will be called by president Mccollum. This committee will have an arduous task to suit All concerned As it developed that some of Tho managers Are accusing others of trying to preempt All the desirable dates. This phase reached a Climax when j. N. Harry of Berwick and Tom Bloomsburg got into a heated Wrangle Over dates. The committee will also have to keep Berwick Aud Nesco it Eck from conflicting and Tako into consideration Many other at Issue. The meeting adopted the following schedule for this week Friday aug. 5. Danville at Bloomsburg. Nanticoke at Shick Shiuey. Nescopeck at Berwick saturday aug. 6 Shick Shiuey at Danville Nescopeck at Nanticoke. Bloomsburg at Berwick. The outbreak of in futile paralysis Aud the general prevalence of pellagra Aud Duoi Penalis Hook worm in Pennsylvania has led to the adoption of a now Rule and regulation by the state Dop Artmont of health which requires that these diseases in the future he reported by physicians to the health authorities the same As is done in the Case of Small pox diphtheria Scarlet Over amp a. It has been discovered that Hook worm Aud pellagra the lat Tei being an affection of the skin with severe constitutional Aud nervous symptoms Are by no moans rare diseases in Pennsylvania but that of the o Morary the cases of Hook worm especially have become strikingly numerous. So far As Guowu the outbreak of infantile paralysis has not yet reached this county. It is probably merely for urged g. F. Marsh agricultural representative of the Northern Central Railroad says that he does not think that the Farmers of Pennsylvania Are familiar with the system of supervision Model Orchards which has been Angur Atod by prof. H. A. Surface of the agricultural department at Harrisburg for if they were his office would be overwhelmed with applications. This is by far the most important work Ever undertaken by this or probably any other state. While he will conduct demonstrations of spraying Aud the proper care of Orchards Asiu the past the supervision part is something original. By this plan any Farmer May write to his office Aud make application to have his Orchard placed of Tho list of supervision Orchards. There is to charge for this service All that is necessary statistics that these additional cases i is for the Farmer to agree to follow in Are to he reported. J St Rucious when the department will 2 or. George a. Stock county medic Send an expert to his farm to look the Al inspector Friday received the situation Over. He will do such work following communication from or. I Samuel g. Dixon state commissioner i of health a dear sir a i beg to Call your attention to the following Rule and regulation adopted by tie advisory Board of the state department of health in accordance wit i the authority Given by the act of Assembly approved april 27, 1905 a that All physicians practising within the limits of the state make in immediate report of each Aud every Case of us Linaria duodenal is Hook Wor pellagra Aud Anterior poliomyelitis infantile paralysis occurring in their practice in the same manner that communicable diseases Are now by Law and by Rule and regulation of the state department of health reported to the health authorities. A a no quarantine regulations have been adopted for these diseases. Signed Samuel g. Dixon. A a a copy of the Rule Aud regulation has been sent to each physician Aud new forms to to used in making report forwarded to county medical inspectors. To keep your health sound to avoid the ills of advancing years to conserve your physical forces for a Ripe and healthful old age. Guard your kidneys by taking Foley a kidney remedy. For Sale by Paules amp co., pharmacy. Danville camper at Forks. A Large party of Danville people left of saturday for a two weeks camping sojourn at Forks Columbia county. The party will occupy 2 of the numerous cottages that Nestle of the Hanks of fishing Creek at this Point. Among the campy is were or. And mrs. Howard Lunger of new York City or. Aud mrs Frank Cromwell and Sou Edwin of Philadelphia miss Myrtle Sidler of Catawissa mrs. Charles Goll of Turbotville mrs. Lillian Downs and daughter Ruth of new York City and the following from Danville or. Aud mrs. George Maiers or. And mrs. William Ellen bogey mrs. Mary Cromwell mrs. Aarau . John in goes mrs. Maliuda Bookmiller misses Edna. Laura and Gladys Hughes Aud Helen Shepperson messes. Harry Machamer Aud Ira Swank. The esperanto its Curtis b. Lore president and w. V. Oglesby Secretary Aud treasurer will represent Tho Danville esperanto club at the sixth worlds Congress of esp Erato its which will Convene at Washington i. C., on August 14th, continuing in session during the week. Messes. Lore Aud Oglesby expect to attend Tho convention of the esperanto association of North America which will meet at Washington during the same week. From sick Nett to a excellent health so says mrs. Chas. Lyon Peoria Iii a i found in your Foley kidney pills a prompt and speedy cure for backache and kidney trouble which bothered me for Many months. I am now enjoying excellent health which i owe to Foley kidney for Sale by Paules amp co., pharmacy. Wins Shepp prize. The twelfth regiment marksmen of saturday again carried off the Bon ors in the National guard competitions j in Progress at it. Gretna winning the Shepp trophy saturday morning with a Lead of Twenty Points Over their nearest competitor the tenth infantry j Eisenhower the expert Marksman of company among the High score men of the week. In the Shepp match saturday morning. Six men constituted each team Aud each Man shot ten shots in rapid fire at 200 Yards. This is the third consecutive time that the match Lias been won by the twelfth infantry. The individual Scon of that team saturday is As follows sergeant Clement 42 sergeant Eisenhauer 49 Corporal Edmunds 46 Lieut Eraut Donahue 16 musician. Weiskal 44 sergeant so Nev 45 total. 272. The brigade March saturday afternoon was won by the first brigade. It was a most exciting contest the first brigade leading at 200 Yards. At the second Range 600 Yards the third brigade bobbed into first place with a Lead of 21 Points but at 1000 Yards fell Down heavily with several men and the first brigade won out with a narrow margin of three Points. In this match Eisenhower Donahue Aud Slopey each scored a total of 124 Points. Edmonds also of Tho 12th infantry scored 104. For Quick Relief from Hay fever. Asthma Ami summer Foley a Honey Aud tar. It quickly relieves the discomfort Ami suffering and the annoying symptoms disappear. It soothes and heals the inflamed air passages of the head Throat and bronchial tubes. It contains no opiates and no harmful drugs. Refuse substitutes. For Sale by Paules amp co., pharmacy. / 0 / by Atlantic City Cape May Holly Beach Stone Harbor Anglesea sea Isle City new Jersey thursdays August 11,25 sundays August 14, 28 84.50 round trip via Market Street wharf from South Danville tickets Good returning within ten Days. Stop Over allowed at Philadelphia. For full information concerning leaving Timo of trains consult Small hand Hills or nearest ticket agent. J. It. Wood Geo. W. Boyd passenger traffic manager. General passenger agent Wildwood Ocean City $4.75 round trip via Delaware River Bridge Shiloh reformed picnic. The picnic of the Shiloh reformed Church and sunday school was held at Dewitt spark yesterday Aud was exp Copti orally Well attended. The weath j or was Ideal Ami to Accident occurred i to mar the pleasure of the Day. Registered nurses. Two additional members of the nursing staff at the Dauville Hospital for the insane have been granted registration by the Pennsylvania state Board of examiners Foi the registration of nurses. They Aro Lulu b. Harrison and Charles t. Silver. Record time. Sunbury is rejoicing Over a dispatch from Washington stating that the $100,000 Federal building will to started within the coming year. If this is so Sunbury will receive its building in record time. Mon key faced pair of Monkey faced owls the Only two Ever seen in Lancaster and Dauphin counties have been captured by same Uel Kahler of Cordelia. They were in his Chicken Coop when he caught them. Birthday party. Or. Aud mrs. H. L. Foust front Street entertained a party of Young people tuesday evening in Honor of the 15th birthday of their daughter Helen. Those present Weie miss Gert ride Godfrey of Brooklyn n. Jas. Kelly of Scranton misses Ethel Foust Mabel Foust Margaret Foust Grace Foust Sarah Price Viola Kear Mary Kear Marion Myers Leona Snyder Beatrice Keefer Elsie Keefer Anna Mutzer Bertha Wray Emma Morvick Tressa Wagner Anna Smith Beatrice Hancock Kmil Kelly Anna Jones Leah Jones May Mcwilliams Anna Werle Carrie Rudy Naomi Shepperson mrs. Harry Mapstone Aud son Raymond Walter Diehl Edward Holinbaugh Harry Anderson albeit Paugh Luther Foust Edward Long John Karp Wellington Mcdouald Edward Myers Jesse Freeman Roy Augle Beaver Gross William Shaffir liar Les Fisher John Mcbride Thomas of Connor George Kear Clarence Weaver. Those people who always Are thinking of their looks generally look it. Power House burned the Large Power House of the United Light Aud Power company which furnishes Power for the Lewisburg Watsontown and Milton trolley company Aud Street Aud residence lights for Milton was destroyed by Firo tuesday morning. The town is without Light or trolley service. The Firo broke out about 1 of clock Aud while the origin of the Blaze is not definitely known it is believed to have been caused by a Short circuit of the big Generator. An hour after the Blaze started the uni Diug was in ruins. The loss is estimated at about $20,000, partly covered by insurance. All of the generating machinery was destroyed. The company some time ago began the erection of a new Aud larger Plant which will be completed in about a Mouth. In Tho meantime an auxiliary planted will be equipped Aud it is expected that by Friday night service can to resumed. Arnu Gemuts Are now being made to get the necessary equip must for the temporary Plant. It is Likely that the machinery will be so cured in Williamsport from the Lycoming electric company which recently dismantled two old plants. As is necessary to Start the owner the proper methods of pruning Ami spraying. He will also leave a written outline for the management of the Orchard throughout the year including the following cultivation pruning spraying Aud other features of Orchard management with special reference to insects Ami fungus control. The expert will visit the Orchard a number of times during the season to inspect the work Aud give such advise As May be needed. The object of this work is to demonstrate in a practical manner How to obtain the Best possible returns at the least necessary expense and the department will Promise within two years Aud doubtless within one to show How to produce an abundant crop of Good and fairly perfect fruit fairly free from blemishes Ami insect pests and plan disease and ready for Sale at the highest Market Price which will keep longer Aud be much More valuable to both the producer and consumer than the average fruits of the same kind. One of the state Orchard inspectors visited 2,000 Orchards last season Aud states that he could count on the fingers of one hand those that were sprayed Aud cultivated while it is a Well known fact that practically All the apples grown in this Section Are sold in bulk simply for Lack of care in cultivation Ami handling. May of those Orchards contain from .30 to 200 Trees which at the Low valuation of $5 net profit per tree would give an income from $250 to $1,000 per Yeai frequently More than the whole farm rents for. We would strongly advise every Farmer to take advantage of tins Liberal offer Aud to write professor Suroiu e for particulars regarding his system of supervision Orchards. Thoi strads have kidney trouble and never suspect it. How to find out. Fill a bottle or common glas9 with your water and let it stand Twenty four hours a a Brick dust Sedi a ment or settling stringy or Milky appearance often indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys too frequent desire to _ pass it or pain in the Back Are also symptoms that Tell you the kidneys Ami bladder Are out of order and need attention. What to do. There is Comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that or. Kilmer a swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfils almost every wish in correcting rheumatism pain in the Back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage. Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or Beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the Day and to get up Many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect of swamp Root is soon realized. It stands the highest because of its remarkable health restoring properties. If you need a i Medicine you should 1 have the Best. Sold by i druggists in fifty cent Quot and one Dollar sizes. You May have a Sample bottle sent free by mail. Address or. Kilmer amp co., Binghamton n. Mention this paper and remember the name i r. Kilmer a swamp Root Aud the address Binghamton n. Y., on every bottle. $100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been Able to cure in All its stages Aud that is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh cure is the Only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood Aud mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease Ami giving the patient strength by uni Diug up the Constitution Aud assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so Inch Faith in its curative Powers that they offer Oue Hundred dollars for any Case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address f. J Cheney amp co., Toledo Ohio. Sold by druggists 75c. Tako Hall s family pills for constipation. Of 32nd regiment the annual reunion of the survivors of the one Hundred Aud thirty second regiment Peun Sylvia volunteers will be held in Danville of saturday september 17th. Unusual interest attaches to the reunion of this regiment As company a was composed of Danville boys Many of whom still survive. The history of the regiment which participated in some of bloodiest Battles of the War is familiar to most of on citizens. The make up of the regiment was As follows company a., of Danville company a of Factoryville company a Wellsboro company a Bradford company a Bloomsburg f and a of Mazoh Chuuk company a Catawissa Ami a of Scranton. Survivors of every company Are expected to be present at the reunion. Colonel Hitchcock of Scranton the Only surviving Field officer will attend Aud will deliver an address. Among the survivors of company a tie most of whom Are still living at Dauville Are Hon. James Foster Thomas Jones associate judge Frank g. Blee o. B. James Samuel Motterud William sunday Conrad s. Ate Levi Millet Edward Roderick. Samuel Gulick Wellington Klase s. R. Waite Amos Appleman Ami Henry Vincent. The late Captain George g. Lovett of this City was a member of company a 122 regiment. The 122nd regiment participated in some of the greatest Battles of the War among them being Antietam Fredericksburg Ami Chancellorsville. It was also under Tiro at South Mountain. Youngest prisoner in Bloom jail. Sheriff of Columbia county William p. Zehner is now entertaining to e youngest prisoner Wiio has Ever been an inmate of Tho Bloomsburg Pii Sou. The Young Pii Souer is Jospeh Kovats the two year old Sou of mrs. Annie Kovats who is being held As a witness. Acute or chronic which ? no matter if your kidney trouble is acute or chronic Foley a kidney remedy will reach your Case. Or. Claude by own Rovno Lesville 111., writes us that he suffered Many months with kidney complaint which baffled All treatment. At last he tried Foley a kidney remedy and a few Large bottles effected a Complete Cuie he says a it has been of inestimable value to me a a for Sale by Paules a co., Phai nasal Catarrh an ii the Nama Tiou of the Del. Are membrane lining the air passages is not cared by any mixtures taken into the stomach. Done to waste time of them. Take Ely scream through the nostrils so that the fevered swollen tissues Are reached at once. Never mind How Long you have suffered nor How often you have been disappointed we know Ely scream Balm is the remedy you should use. All druggists 50c. Mailed by Ely bros., 56 Warren Street new York. Unexpected preferment. William j. Books recently of this City who is with an Engineer corps of the Algoma Central and Hudson Bay Railroad company has been appointed fire Ranger and game Warden under the department of Laud. Timber Aud mines of the government of Ontario Canada. He was not an applicant for the position Aud the appointment was a great Surprise to him. Destroyed by fire. V bikes Barre aug. 2.�?one hotel two saloons Aud two stores All Frame build Iuga in the town of Larksville near Here were destroyed by fire at an Early hour this morning. Loss $24,000. Cigar ashes Start absent minded dropping of hot Cigar ashes of Hay in the ice Honse of Geo. Hell Rick a Creamery started a tire which destroyed the Structure. They have a definite purpose. Foley kidney pills give Quick Relief in cases of kidney and bladder ailments. Mrs. Rose Glaser Terre haute ind., tells the result in her Case. A after suffering for Many years from a serious Case of kidney trouble and spending much Money for so called cures 1 found Foley kidney pills the Only Medicine that gave me a permanent cure. I am again Able to be up Aud aft my to my work. I shall never hesitate to recommend for Sale by Paules &co., pharmacy. Retire a organizer. W. H. Street organizer of the local Camp of modern Woodmen of America has retired from Active duties in that order. His work will he carried of by b. G. Walter of Sunbury District Deputy head Consul. / h a Octor Sany co oct foolish c. V. T some people act As if a Medicine could Tak a a a of a doctor the Best Medicine in the world c. A is. Have a family doctor consult him frequently. him fully. If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayers Cherry pectoral for coughs and colds we would not offer it to you. Ask your doctor. No alcohol in this cough Medicine. Jca�j7r co.,Lowell,Max. If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayers pills for constipation bilious Ness sick headache we would not offer them to you. Ask your own doctor about this

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