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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - December 27, 1900, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american a Hyson Al mentions. Frank c. Angle. Proprietor. Danville a. Dec. 27, 1900 Ommi a a at ions. All communication sent to the Amqui can for publication must he my Neu by the writer Ulm communications not so signed will he rejected. Cap tin Charles Forrester a former resin Lent it f Danville hut now a promo net no Piroa 1 official of Chicago was calling on Danville friends yesterday. I Maine Billmeyer of washing ton Vitie was the guest of mrs. .1. C. He Al Dens yesterday. It alien uus Seil returned yesterday rum a miness trip to Mcewen Sivilie. Edward Fallon made a business trip to i unhurt yesterday. J. W. Farnsworth was in Shamokin hot night on business. Miil ses Emily and Della Snyder it of Winfie i pa., Are guests of mrs. Morris a Snyder honeymoon Street. The misses Nettie Yeager Llata be Bent. Marv Ivair Anna Mccloughan do you get up with a lame Back ? kidney trouble makes you miserable. It a a made it fit the a me. A red Rock. N. Y., said a Man who spent some time there a is no to much it of and m m a Keim and Howard t no a place but there is something inter Frink a incr. Quot eating about it that i fancy All the world does no to know. The present name is not the one it Lias always borne and what its other name was 1 done to know. Whatever it was the people did not like it and concluded they would change it. There was no particular reason Why they should Call it red Rock but that was determined upon and so red Rock it became. A then in the course of time strangers of an inquiring turn of Mill began to it ask Why the place had such a name and As no reason could be Given new a Comers to the neighbourhood began to want a name that meant something. I this insistence grew so Strong that the old residents began to look around for a reason for the name of their place and at last they found a huge Bowlder near by which they said was what had suggested the name. But the Bowlder was Gray instead of red. And the Progress lists insisted that that would not do. At last the old timers hit upon a new plan and procuring a barrel of red paint they painted the big Rock red. Red Rock indeed it was now and not Only was All opposition to the name overcome but the painting of the Rock every Spring has become an annual festival and the people celebrate it with a big picnic and general Celebration. A it was a new idea to me. And if there is any other town anywhere on Earth that is christened every Spring with red paint or any other color i done to know where it York Sun. Cock shooting in toll Corn. Cock shooting in Tail Corn is As easy to the expert As it is puzzling to the Novice. You will of course work with the rows not across them and if you Are Wise you will shoot at every glimpse of a Bird and very frequently after an instant a sight of him when you can Only guess where he is. Sharp work say be my masters. Yes in a measure but not so wonderful after All. You certainly must be Ever ready and Swift and smooth in action but actual sight of the Bird at the instant of pulling trigger is not necessary. Green Corn wont Stop even Fine shot and your charge will give a pattern As big As a Bushel Basket hence the shaking of a Leaf the flick of n vanishing Wing Are enough for the master of the Art. In an instant his gun is on the spot where a species of lightning calculation tells him the Bird should be and the trigger is pressed without the slightest delay. The difficulty with the Novice is to get him to shoot at once instead of waiting in vain for a Clear View. Experts kill Bird after Bird in this Way. The Novice must dismiss All thoughts of empty shells. No Good sportsman worries Over misses though he will learn from failures How to hold next time. There is no Royal Road to Success in the Field. Nothing hut experience really counts. So let the Novice crack away although he May Only get one Bird in ten. We ail know what hell get if he does t shoot at Outing. A Travisano a of the poor. In his principles of economics Tro Zeisor Marshall says that perhaps $500,000, xxx Annua by is spent by the working classes and $2,000,000.000 by the rest of the population of England in ways the it do Little or nothing toward making life nobler or truly happier. The presidential address before the economic Section of the British ass elation at its recent Bradford meet a by Henry Higgins was devoted to proving the above statement by pointing out the Many ways in which largely through ignorance the working classes absolutely throw Money away. The simple item of food waste alone is almost enough according to or. Higgins to justify the above figures. Tho women do not know How to buy economically Ami owing to the Large number who Are now practically a brought up a in factories very few of them Are passable Cooks or even Good housekeepers. Housekeeping of even the humbler sort is an Art. To know what is the cheapest food from the Point of a Lew of contained Nutriment How to Cook it to the Best advantage and How not to have any waste does not come to a woman by intuition. As or. Higgins says. If More knowledge and time were devoted to the teaching of cooking in our schools the meals of most families would be More varied More appetizing and nutritious and much More economical. Or. Atkinson Lias estimated that the waste of food in tie United states from bad cooking alone la Over $1.000,000,000 a year. In speaking of expensive habits such As liquor drinking and smoking or. Higgins refers to the latter As the most economical of recreations. A How else for instance. Could the Harz Miner give by self an agreeable sensation a thousand times a year at so Low a Cost As $2? but nobody a he continues a would wish to see a Freeman using his Tomeco As the russian peasants described to me by i Rice Kra Potkon who first chewed it then dried and smoked it and finally used the ashes As the time May not be far Distant or. Higgins suggests when in Large Industrial towns the entire preparation of meal will be in the hands of specialists just As the originally Domestic operations of baking and brewing now York times. Harry , k. W amme Nan and Raymond giant n drove t any Lerton to attend a parly on Christmas night. Mrs Wesley Perry returned yesterday from a is t with i e. Dang to it a. I v Shultz of ton. William Reitemeyer. Of Lewisburg called on friends in this City yesterday afternoon. Or. I. J. Barber returned last evening from a visit in Middleburg. George e Leo Mon is transacting business in Mahanoy City. Lbs Ella Mouru went to Philadelphia yesterday. Miss l Gnu a of Williamsport is visiting Lor aunt mrs. Edward Pursel on North Mill Street. Or. A. T. Dew to of Riverside Quot As in Sunbury yest iday. D. J. was a business visitor in Sunbury yesterday. Harry of inns won returned to Philadelphia on tuesday evening after a few Days visit with his parents on West Mahoning Street. Miss v Sta Williams of Pottsville is visiting her sister mrs. A. Schieron West Mahoning Street. Or. Thomas b. Holloway of Phi Hidel almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by or. J Kilmer s swamp oct j the great kidney liver and bladder remedy. It is the great medi a Cal Triumph of the nine a Teeth Century Dis a covered after years of scientific research by or. Kilmer the Emi nent kidney and bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame Back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brights disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Or. Kilmer a swamp Root is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so Many ways in Hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to Pur Chase Relief and has proved so successful in every Case that a special arrangement has been made by which All readers of this paper who have not already tried it May have a Sample bottle sent free by mail also a Book telling More about swamp Root and How to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention Reading this generous offer in this paper and f Send your address to or. Kilmer amp. Co., Hamton n. The5 regular fifty cent and Nomo of swamp Root Dollar sizes Are sold by All Good druggists. Let policemen. A Nave you Ever noticed Flint nearly All policemen get frit7&Quot i d a mail who keeps ins eyes open. A this would seem to disprove he theory that walking in the open air s a new us ing superfluous weight i a new policemen to Start n that flu at weighing no More than 1-5 p a ids. In six months they world tip the it at 150 and in a year a it h the 2"t Ark. It must in to a slow saunter ii in ti6 open air that do s it. For 1 a e p it gtd 11 i House sergeants vie Are to the station a re invariably thin. Those who patrol Tho streets gain the maximum weight in Al out three years. The Muscles then l Arden and de Pite their apparent Burden of flesh the men usually develop great nativity. One of the Best runners and jumpers 1 1 now is a sheriffs Sale of valuable real estate i virtue of a writ of Fieri facial issued out ii la ourt on non pleas of Montour county to me directed will expose to Public in. 11 tin court House in the Borough �i11 Montour county Pennsylvania on saturday january 5, 1901. In t,-11 o clock in the Forenoon of said Day the 11.it a inn described tract of real estate Situ a i i in thong township Montour county. Pc , described As follows Viz. First of said tracts beginning at Asto nein 1 in pubic Pond leading to White Hall t hence a land of George p. nine and one Irth 1 a. forty and eight tenth Perdu. He 1.ci no land of Oscar Craig South a a it on and a half decree West 8 perches to it it it inc tin air by land of Frederick Yerg i it n t in a my one foil it h degrees West forty and a i lit tenths perches to the said pub in Road thence along same Road North a i Tom and half degrees East eight perches i to a place of beginning. Containing two or and six Perche More or less on which Are erected a two Story Frame dwelling House barn and other out buildings. Seized taken i execution and to be sold Ashi property of Cyrus hard Ole. Second to it described As follows adjoining a Pul a Road lending from a to m Nicy on tile eastward lands o Lia. I Mai r. Public school lot Martin and o 1 a or. Containing twelve Aeres More or less on which Are erected a two Story Frame dwelling House. Barn and other outbuildings s / i a i into execution and to be sold As the property . J. Bards be. A kit up pm a Kirb sheriff. We. K so West attorney. Sherid s Ottov Danville pa., dec. 15. A forgotten somebody in a on Christmas and they remembered you with a gift. A i i Vic in it pm its awfully embarrassing to receive a gift from some one you did not remember yourself. It is not to late. Make a new years present. We still have an immense Stock to select from. Henri Rosr Danville a leading jeweler. 0 -00 0 0 it r a in of a m w w m up it put a Jav Artt Iscil Kef a Arti i Ltd i11 i a s an supplied to nil the Worril Froni Thurl Nytia Germany ear i. All the grown inhabitants ref some of the villages Are engaged in their a Nauru Fae Turc. Four men usually sit at a ta-1,1, Yaeli with a Gas Jet in front of him and the eyes Are blown from Gas plates and folded into shape by hand. The colors Are then traced in with Small Needles no set Rule being observed in the colouring and As every Man uses his own fancy no two artificial eyes therefore Are exactly alike. Cercil 1�> forget ling. This is an English Story and strange As it May seem it made a hit when it was told at the lambs club says the new York Telegraph. It was perpetrated by Lawrence do Rosny. The English actor. Several members of the club spun yarns of dubious Merit when or. Do orsay in his Peculiar Way began a now gentlemen ill relate a one Man present pulled out his watch and they All thought it was going to be a serial. One or two started to go but the actor stopped them Ivy ids Assurance that the Story be very Long. Orphans court Sale of valuable real estate. Pursuant to an order a of the orphans t in and for the county of Montour state of Pennsylvania also an order issuing out of t he orphans court of Lycoming county. Mac aforesaid the undersigned executors of the last will and testament of John to. Ai inc. Late of Anthony township county of met a i. Tour state aforesaid. Dot ceased will expose to Public Sale at the of said a i cadent in Anthony township county and state aforesaid on Friday january 4th. 1901. At one o clock p. A. Of said Day the following desc ilm a real estate All those two certain tracts of land Lioun ded anti described As follows tract no. 1. Situate in Anthony township county of Montour a talc of Pennsylvania. Beginning at a stake thence by land of William Dewald South eighty six and one half degrees fast one Humin a and nine and one tenth perches to a stake thence by lands of Stephen c. Ellis North four degrees East of Jackson p. Mckee North eighty six and one half degrees West one Hundred and nine and one tenths perches to a stake thence Holiday in Sweden. Christmas wares. South four degrees West forty four perches to the place of in ginning. Containing thirty acres More or less. Tract no. 2 a All that certain tract of land situate in the township of Moreland. County of Lycoming. State of Pennsylvania Ito Wiuf de and de scripted As follows beginning at a Stone thence by land of Jacob Al Heck. Or. There was a Friend of mine in i on 1 North forty six degrees East sixteen and i a a i 1 four tenths perches to a Stone. North forty Don. Lie said who was an incessant. A1 lie Fol Irti degrees East forty and one cigarette smoker. Finally he lost his tenth perches to a Stone. North seventy six of. I. R on done half degrees East seventy one per Nir Mory. 1 Hen he forgot to smoke cog i oils to a Stone thence by latin of William Christmas the greatest of All taking the Busy Holiday season its festivals. By the Forelock. 11 it Logis Kliss notices. In Danville a policeman who weighs Marly 300 phia spent Lori Mas with his parents j o,1, is in no a. A ii blot it Street ?. William Byerly returned to Williamsport yesterday. Mrs. Fred Snyder of Philadelphia is spending the holidays at the to tie of her father Thomas Schott Pine is reel. David in Ngor and daughter miss Mary. Of South Danville left yesterday Fogt a a visit with Williamsport friends. Misses Kate Purpur and Theresa Schott returned to Millheim yesterday after a visit with relatives in this Eily. James Kie or called on friends in Sun Bury yesterday. Harvey Seidel of Baltimore md., spent Christmas in Danville. A my. T 1 am other i i. i n it a a notice is hereby Given i ill. I i Iii irwing named persons did on tint ii i d to their names tile the accounts 1 of Timeir administration to t lie estate of those la a a. I.-, i a a it and Ltd guardian act Ogunti Are. V. I pm a Are hereinafter mentioned Inin it i i Ltd i i tie Keister for tie probate a of and granting to Al of adn Ginistra i. La and id ten county of Montour and11 �?�., i in Ham will in presented Tophet a rpm Nso i m of awl county for continuation and 11 a Ai a 31 outlay the Lulli do it of ,1aunary. A in. 1.h 1, at the meeting of t lie court in the afternoon. I out. D. First and final account a it of William k. Holloway administrator of the estate of Clarence h. Frick late of the Borough of Danville Montour county deceased. Dec. 0. First and final account of Sirn of Moser guardian of Adam l. Moser a minor child of Lydia Jane Moser deceased said minor having arrived at the age of 21 years. Every claim is backed by local Testi Mony. If the Reader wants anything stronger than the opinions and experiences of his neighbors what can it be or. Josiah Williams of to Ash Street Barber says a Quot i did not have to use a whole Box of Doans kidney pills before j they cured my Back of depressing a chime and removed the a meness which had made every moment painful. The lameness entered right Over my kidneys. And Stoopin or lift Imp sent a a Sharp to rings through me. When on my feet a Dull gnawing pain took All the vim out of me. I gave some t it or. Dec. S. First and final account of John i. Ellis executor of the last will and testament of Ellen Ellis late of Anthony township. Montour county deceased. Dee. 14. First and final account of Sarah j. Cruikshank. Executrix of Mary Ann Walton late of Enron goof Danville. Montour county deceased. The old time norsemen were heavy feeder a Ungern of visit inn a neighbor a children alike merry around the tree. Uni Tom time immemorial Christ i a i Bias has been the greatest of hash holidays in Sweden. In Hea Bra then times the midwinter festival was celebrated in Honor of the j Sun which had retreated More and More since Midsummer and now after Llie Winter solstice began to return causing darkness to be Defeated by Light says the Chicago record. There was then great feasting in the chieftains banqueting Halls where the bards Sung songs in Honor of fallen heroes and where eating and drinking played an important part. Touching the head of the god Frey a boar the warriors made vows about the valorous deeds they would perform next summer when the ice which now held their dragon ships fettered near the Shore would be melted by the Sun. The excessive eating and drinking at the Winter festival continued also during the Middle Ages when Christmas had taken on a new significance. Many Peculiar Christmas customs prevailed until about the Middle of this Pron Phi easily made by Art Amu Teurn chilling Ihn ii ii Oum Anil menu Lintsu a Clever idea apropos of the camera fiend. The Wise woman who remembers the Rush and nerve pulling of last years december will begin work now on Christmas gifts and during fall irettes and he got Well again. Or. Do orsay effected his through the assistance of a Friend who knew him when he did no to Tell such stories. January term. List of jury men. I which we re must arc cheese Beer 1 do or or Jar do cd est Orv a j Pear. A in a Ujj hex to pro a. Fee 4fri�le,. I a. 11. Stoes of 217 e. Mahoning St. And Charles Goldsmith k�q., resume i to j As j i1 it a. For them and in Philadelphia yesterday after a Short vis was As pleased As with the Posi Liv a r it at the Home of Bis parents on lower j suits obtained. A for Sale by All dealers. Price of cent a 1m�x. Foster Mill Cru co. Buffalo. N y. Sole agents for the v. S. M ii 1 Berry Street. E. It. Jeanbart esq., male a professional i it in Sunbury yesterday after j n on. Howard Aten returned to Berwick yesterday after a Short with relatives in this City. Mrs. L. C. Lane called on friends in blooms Borg yesterday. Or. And mrs William Lormer and daughters Helen and Mary of Sunbury a visiting his brother Seth Lormer on Walnut Street. Wellington amme Roian returned to Philadelphia \ esterday after spending Christmas at the Home of his parents in South Danville. R. S. Miller left yesterday on a business trip to Shamokin and it. Carmel. Fred Leurie of in per Mulberry Street a tended the wed Itig of or. Joseph Hunter Mackie and miss Annie a it Miller at Shamokin on Christmas. George l. Rote of Philadelphia returned Home yesterday after a visit with Hilt grand father Christinn Lauback on Mill it treet Paul Argrave has returned to Phila Delphia after spending Christmas in Dinville. Or. And a a is. I. W. Hartzell returned yesterday from a visit with relatives in Sunbury. Maurice guest returned to Sayre yesterday after spending Christmas at Bis Horn on Nicholas Avenue. D. 1>. First of lock Haven is a business visitor in this City. Or and mrs. G. S. Mclean returned to Shippen Surg yesterday after a visit of Severd Days with mrs. K. M. Coulter. Or. And mrs. Hugh Curry returned to Brooklyn n. Yesterday. William Curry esq., of Scranton sent Christmas in town. John Jacobs left yesterday for Pittsburg after spending Christmas with his punts on Mill St get. Miss sue Miller was in blooms Borg yesterday. Or. And mrs. Isaac Gross daughter bail and s in Jacob misses Bertha Goldsmith i la Gold it Mith Blanche Goldsmith and Gertrude Goldsmith will Iam Ellendogen misses Mol lie and Clara Ellenbogen. Henry l. Gross or. And mrs Jacob Maier elis s Maier or. Remember Tho take no other. Name Doan s and Illik. I which you sex to school a a m skin a a a a a a is there a Yudin 5 foiled when Yon went de miss Cayenne. he a i made More Hlun i is to an any orb r boy in the Cincinnati enquirer. T nor Stimik too 3iiiof>. A George a said mrs. Ferguson a for heavens Sake straighten up you re worse Hump shouldered than Ever Quot a Laura a retorted or. Ferguson a be satisfied with having married me to Reform me. When you try to it reshape me you Are undertaking too Tribune. At the time of the roman of Britain live distinct Speirs of <1 l were there most of Lii i can v. A a certainty be identified with that so a tin present Day. There were tie dog. The greyhound in a terrier and the slow hound. The i nully hie a Imp. Asking ton we was your Friend a. In i saw you with this afternoon v Teller ii a lie Wasny to a Friend. To u \ Broth r in Law. Harpers Bazar. Krauser a headache capsules. Are unlike anything prepare 1 in am a -.t. They Wen i prescribe i by or. Krause Germany famous run it physician Long before Antipyrine was discovered. And Are almost marvelous so speedily do they cure the not Disic. Ing cases a 1 amp songs pharmacy. Trial list Jai i a a 15. Earhart is. Deb�».� h a. Die enl. The Borough and own Ltd Nueil of the Borough of Washingtonville is. Tbs county of Montour. Certified from the records Danville a the 5th. Day a a niger lib to. Ill Lek Frothy. To a Mola Teboe he an partial to tin use it at on Zeis in applying liquids into Thi nasal passages for re Furrha t a a. The proprietors or an Elj s liquid Cream Balm. Price including the spraying tube is 7�?�> cents. Druggists or by mail. The liquid Embo it Les the it 1 i Cinal properties of the solid Prev a ration. Cream Balm is quickly absorbed by the membrane and does not dry up the secretions but changes them to a natural and healthy character. Ely Brothers 50 Warren St., n. Tin a Nfn Mel a hair in Rush. A cont pm. Tin Camel s hair Brush us 1 by artists has nothing of the a Aniel in it a said a manufacturer of soft brushes to a writer tin of in r Day. A a then was a time when real Camel s hair was is i for the purpose. Tic Ert however has 1 by the i ocly 1/ dec. 15. F r t and final account r a. Rishel and James c. Rishel administrators of George Washington Rishel late of the township of Mahoning. Mont our comity deceased appointed by an order of the orphans a Art of said county to make said of the real Esti Ite of said decedent under proceedings in partition. Doc. 15. First and final account of w Iliam Wertman and David Wert Ian exec store of the last will and testament of Michael Wertman late of the township of Cooper. County of Montou Ami state of Pennsylvania deceased. D -. 15. First and final account of William Wei Hammer. Admin is rat or of the estate of Wellington 1. Wei Hammer late of the township of Limestone county of Montour and state of Penn by 1 Vania. Deceased. We. L. Sidler Register. Register Danville. Do. 15. 1d0b. Sal. Or. Litis squirrels 1 it h a but it is bet far More a. Am it is doubtful jul if camels 1. Bush Tanto Ries in this country. Ii. A Var. Tit re is no cause for fear that the Graceful lit Mii wonders of science lung troubles and consumption can be cured. An eminent new York chemist and scientist makes a free offer to our readers. 1 a a distinguished chemist t. A. So us. Of new York Cir a. Deino Strat no is i. Very of a reliable cure for con i. Jet a i Punu ii any tuberculosis1 a a i. .1. Lung us Al Chest troubles stub a it Iii a Ign is catarrhal a flee Lions gear. 1 a Uirl weakness loss of flesh and 1 a Ltd to tons of wasting away will Send ill ree free bottles All diff a ii in Neva discoveries to any afllict-.�trader paper writing for them. U s new scientific treatment has a unit House kids permanently by is timely use and he considers it a simple duty to suffering humanity to Ion Ica ii Ial of his infallible cute. Science daily in pelops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experimenting for years has produced results a beneficial to humanity Asean reclaim Elby any modern Genius. Ili assertion that lung troubles and consumption Are curable in any climate is proven by a a Heartfelt letters of gratitude Quot tiled in Lis american and european laboratories in t thousands from those cured in All parts of the world. The dread consumption uninterrupted. Metis speedy and certain death \ write to t. A. Slocum m. A Nch a York giving Posta or ill he i rom Ollice Rill a a and mrs. Julies ileum. Miss Gertrude j to Squirrel will to exterminated. Ii is Heim mrs. Ii. Bloch or. And mrs. Samuel Bloch Ami daughter Grace mrs. Benjamin Meyers misses Gertrude Ella and Bertha Meyers master Jacoh Mey dust f the sen is of of tin yes a Vii he p \ i is. N matter Tiow Oan fully to i.  f Sallie it re s a nay be a i Lud re Wii i i Tho Uio Ruig in i Lii ii i i. Tity of dust a an 1 h Wert Lalji m Nigil ers or. And mrs Herb it Wyle and daughter Bertha Rev. Adolph Meyers miss Cora Dreifus Herbert , and mrs. Eli Rosenthal adore Rosenthal Joseph Rosenthal mrs. A. Meyers min Dora me vers Isaac Dreifuss attended tie Heim Gross wedding at blooms Burg yesterday. Beware of ointment for Catarrh that. Contain Mercury. As Mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous . Such articles should never be used except of prescriptions from reputable physicians As the damage they will �1 is Tenfa old to the Good you can possibly derive from them. Hail s Catarrh a a ure manufactured by i. J. Heney a a a Toledo >., contains no Mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon i lie blood and mucous surfaces of the system in buying Hall s a Ata rrb ure be sure you get Llie genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by f. J. Cheney a co testimonials free. Hold Lay druggists 75c. Toledo i it. Halls family pills an i la is is the european Squirrel that furnish a the hair for the brushes tin covering of Tho american Squirrel being too furry and soft for the Wash Langton Star. And the Iree sent direct 11 in to i to my a. He t of Gatihi take instant Adan i list in Rou proposition. Please the doctor that you saw his in tin Monto Cit american. A it is the Little rift within the late which Ever widening makes the music it is Fiirst a Little rift in the health of a woman Oft a a 1 1 ally takes the Spring from her step the Light from her eyes the Rose from her Cheek and the music from in r voice. Reshape tin which Lias frightened the woman Iron the timely help needed at the beginning has Leen the dreaded questions the olm a in is a \ lamination the local . Of the Home physician there i it no need l or these. Nor is there in a cd for c a Ilioiu i suffering. Or. Pierces favorite pre Sori Tiou can be relied a ii by a Virv woman suffering from what a a female to renew a it a Tith and cure the disease women an astonished at the results the vim of this Medicine. It not Only mak1 weak women a robust and Rosy cheeked but it gives them Back the vigor and vitality of youth. Free. Or pierces Peoples common sense medical adviser. 10u8 pages is Sut free on receipt of 21 a in event Stamps to expense of mailing Only. Address or. R v Pierce. Buffalo n n solicitors wanted. We want energetic men and women to solicit subscriptions to culinary topics the new High class household Magazine. We will a Small salary Aud a Liberal i Omini Sion and we also offer live prize of s10b, 8&Quot, 825, 810, and 810 respectively to the five solicitors who Quot ill cure the largest lists of subscribers. For additional information and a copy of the Magazine. Send 10 cents to culinary topics 14 Oliver Street ii Oston mass. A Merky ring Century especially among the Rural inhabitants. A few of them have been retained to this Date although the Advance of civilization has almost exterminated superstition and has refined manners. Besides the customs still retained the swede had formerly much to keep in mind at Christmas. Nothing that necessitated a rotary motion should be done on Christmas Day. Anybody who visited a neighbor on that Day ran the risk of getting boiled water thrown in his face. <>11 Christmas eve Straw must be Laid Fin tin floor for the children to play in and for the members of the family to sleep on during the night. Christmas Day is still the greatest Holiday in Sweden. The swedes of today Are More temperate than those of Olden times but no miser is so mean that he does not prepare Well for Christmas and no Home is so poor that it is not then better provided than usual with the essentials of Good living. Especially in the Rural Home the housewife is for Many Days busily engaged in preparations for the great Holiday. Bread of different kinds must he baked Christmas Beer brewed the Christmas pig killed and sausage made the dried Linguish must be soaked in Lye and everything must be scrubbed and cleaned. On Christmas eve As much animal food is cooked As the House can afford and in certain Homes where old customs Are retained tin dinner is eaten in the Kitchen and everybody dips his bread in the hot Broth in which the pork has been boiled. The Day before Christmas is therefore often in jest called a the great dipping in order that All be is shall be Happy the Farmer gives the cattle and the horses extra food lets Loose the watchdog and places a sheaf of a thrashed Oats on a pole for the Birds. This last custom prevails even in cities. Fresh Spruce Trees Are placed outside the doors and on balconies. After dinner the Christmas tree a Young Spruce is dressed with fruit paper covered Candy Bright coloured Glass balls and ornaments and paper flags of All nations. On Yaeli Branch is Hung a Small Candle or a taper. These Are lighted in the evening and the delighted children Are allowed to make a merry ring dance around tie tree. Thereafter to e members of the family collect Arou id the table and the Christmas presents Are distributed. Masked be sons in picturesque costumes Are so n on tin streets carrying bundles sents for friends or relatives. They Greet nearly everybody they meet with the words. A merry of Christmas a and Are answered. A same to on and after Christmas Day a swede 011 meeting an acquaintance it vill say a a a Ood Eon tin nation of the Christmas a Sutil new year when the same Ceredo y begins with the words Quot a Good new Etc. It when the present bearers have returned from their Mission All hands partake of he supper in which the a a Lut Lisky Dri <1 Linguish or codfish soaked in Lye a 1 boiled the Christmas cheese and it Rice porridge must not be lacking a any families usually have also a pigs and 011 the table perhaps in memory t the a god Frey a boar with Apple in he Mouth a for chafing dish recipes. Evenings will add Many a completed bit of fancy work to her store of Holiday presents. Let us suppose you have the faculty of using water colors and that you can print neatly then for ideas suggests a provident woman who takes Christmas by the Forelock As follows in Good housekeeping try a dealing dish Book with covers Cut from the thin mat Board and a score of leaves of Fine writing paper tied in with a silk Cord. Let the decoration be something that suggests Good things to eat a waiter with his White apron Ami lavish expanse of shirt front a scampering Rabbit suggestive of the dish we always associate with a chafing dish or a pretty maid stirring some strange concoction Over the blazing alcohol. Here Are a few Homespun stanzas suitable for these pretty books in a not so Many i confess yet when 1 Chance to sup on lobster a la Nearburg chafed Why then 1 double up. These verses will tit almost any sort of decoration. When with Mustard cheese and Beer 1 patiently do Juu Cle. Grim indigestion doth appear. Triumphant from the struggle. Chafing dish books May be made any size from neat brochures 5 by 3 inches to larger ones with the dignity of a Cookbook. The same size and the same style of designs May be used for another purpose with Only a change of title a that of a autograph these Little books have been the fad of the sum met. Every woman at a seashore hotel seemed to possess one and they went the rounds among summer acquaintances with a plea for Quot your favorite they Are More than a fad they Are a genuine Aid to the Good housewife a gathering of other 1 women a culinary Wisdom. Menu lists Are another useful gift. Take a piece of thin mat Board or heavy water color paper of smooth finish Cut it about 9 by a a and tie in with silk Cord through holes punched at the top six pieces a it of White card. At the top of each card put in pretty lettering a breakfast a a luncheon a Aud write on them favorite dishes of these meals. A glance at them will save sometimes ten minutes hard thinking. With the sketch of a woman puzzling Over a menu list comes As cover decoration what shall i have for dinner what shall i have for Tea an Melet a chop or two or a savor a fricassee dear How i wish that nature. When she made her mighty plan. Hadnot Given the task to a woman to care for a hungry Man for the Friend who carries a camera wherever he goes make a snap shot Book with covers of the mat Board on which you have painted a Bright bit of landscape or Marine View and such a legend As a caught by a a vacation Day snap shots or a Kodak if your Friend revels in Blue prints make covers of White water color paper and decorate the front with a bit of Marine done in Cobalt and indigo then add the title a some Blue it is a Good idea before designing snap shot books to discover the list of grand jurors selected for january term 1901. Anthonyd. A. Fowler. Cooper John Casey Danville 1st Ward John g. Brown Wellington Blecher. Danville 2nd Ward Patrick Kerns. Albert Kemmer. Danville 3rd Ward George in Loek. Joseph Longenberger John Cruikshank. Danville 4th Ward Hugh Mccaffery Jacob Van Blohn Alexander Mann. Dallas hum-111 a Derry Augustus Diffenbacher. Limestone Thomas b. Schuyler Howard Wagner. Liberty Charles Geringer. Mahoning Fred Rick Becker a. C. Angle. Thomas Madden. Valley Norman Beyers. Elmer Sidler. Washingtonville a. H. Seidel list of traverse jurors selected for january term 1901. Anthony John j Ellis. J. A. Whipple John Caldwell Sylvester Deneu. Derry Peter m. Deitrich John Moser William Sidler. Cooper William Schram. Danville 1st, Ward George d. Edmondson Henry Leisenring. John Campbell John d. Williams. O. C. Moyer George r. Sech Ler. Thomas Woods Oliver Lenhart. Danville 2nd Ward Casper Dir cd Harry e. S idd. Jain a freeze. John Kiddle South five and one half degrees West or i to one Hundred and nine and five tent its perches a 1 thence by land of John Albeck Kouth eighty .1 a i six and one half degrees West one Hundred and one perches the Nee by land of j. P. Mckee North five and one half degrees East forty four perches to the place of beginning. Con Taining fifty four acres and thirty nine perches of land strict measure. I Pon which Are erected a Large Frame dwelling House Frame Hank Ziarn and All other necessary and convenient outbuildings. Terms of Sale. Twenty five per centum of the Purchase Money shall tie paid at t lie striking Down of the property the balance thereof upon confirmation absolute of said Sale. All conveyancing to in at tin Cost of the purchaser or purchasers thereof. . Albeck Amo i. Albeck. It. S. Ammerman. Atty. Notice in divorce. Edward l. Aten is. Ida May Aten. In the court of common pleas of Montour county no. 7 june term 1900. Divorce a v. M. To Ida May Aten. Respondent above named you Are hereby duly notified and required to be and appear in the court of common pleas of Montour county on Mon Day the fourteenth Day of january a. Let. 19�1. The same being the first Day of the next term of the aforesaid court to answer to the comp Alt of the said Edward i. Aten the i named lilies Una. In the alive stated Ami to show cause if any you have Why Everett Alexander Quot owner i v d pm by a Ulm a not a a a a Ivond from the Bonds of. I ,. It to t a ii Rii Iony entered into with the said Edv arc Harry Kerns. Jamo \. Wii Jii. Ward l. Attn. The said to Wiliam Robin Alt. Oliver p. Adams. E. The prayer of the petition or lilies filed in the s. Miller. Theodore Hoffman or. Charles Awve stated Case. 1 buckhalter. Danville 4th Ward Wood George Miebs sheriff Ward Morrison. Joseph Sherwood. Ben sheriff s office. Danville. Pa., dec. 4th. 1900. Ton Nevins Henry search. Turk Scott Frederick Henrie. Linis one Daniel Foust. Liberty Richard Momut Mahoning Simon Kocher John foils. Edward Hallman. George Rudy William Steinn Iiller James Butler. May Bury Arthur Beimert. Valley John Wintersteen. E. V. Flick. Washington Ville William Runyan. West hem-1 cd a Peter e. Sandei s. B. Flick. Kly port of ti1k condition the Danville National Bank at Danville inti estate of Pennsylvania at the a Loe of Busi lie thursday dec. 13th, 1duo. Mukk 1078. Resources leans and a discounts a Pixel tors notice. Estate of Henry Jenkins late of Valley township Montour county dec a. Letters h Stamen iary i living us i 11 granted the undersigned upon Iii hav Emitte. All per mans indebted insure make immediate Payne it and those having claim will present them without delay to g. C. J in k1ns, executor. R. ?. Am Merman. Attorney. £xelltor�?T8 notice. Estate of Jane a. Hefler late of the Borough of Danville in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania. Deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration with tie will annexed have been granted in the above estate to tie undersigned. All persons indebted to tin said $185,96219 estate Are required to make payment and overdrafts secured and 217 00 those having claims or demands against the u. S. Bonds to secure circulation 200,0000t said estate will make known the same to premiums on t. S. Bonds. 4,50000 Anna Ritter admins matrix. C. T. A. Of Jane a Heller deceased. P. O. Address. 411 Railroad Street. Danville. A. Stock., securities Etc. 230,15 08 Banki Nii House. Furniture and fixtures. 20,00000 flue from National Banks not Reserve agents. 38,712 54 due from state Banks and a Bankers. 103 65 due from approved Reserve agents. 124,854 a Intel Nal Revenue sunup. Too a checks an Ltd other Cash items. 847 00 notes of other National banks1.000 00 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents. 225 91 lawful Monet Reserve in specie. A 18.435 Leal tender notes. 7 000 25,43500 redemption fund with u. S. Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation. 8,655 00 total$841,028 06 liabilities capital Stock paid in20<�.nonno surplus fund. 40.000 00 undivided profits less expenses and a taxes a ill. 32,07518 National Bank notes outstanding 163.000 00 due to other National Banks. 26,808 40 due to Trust companies and. Savings Banks. 84155 dividends unpaid. 1,90700 individual deposits subject to Check. 373,736 23 cashier s checks outstanding. 2,059 70 total.$841,028 i state in a Pynx Syliama. County of Montour. S i Ini. 1. Youngman cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. Edward Sayre Gearhart. Counsel Jyz Xuc Utoka a notice. Estate of Mary e. Deen late of the Borough of Danville in the county of m Onton and state of Pennsylvania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary 011 the above estate have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to the said estate Are required to make payment and those having claims or demands against the said estate will make known the same without delay to Jonathan s. Deen executor of Mary e. Deen deceased. P. O. Address no. 2 grand Street Danvil e. A. Edward Sayre Gearhart counsel. Administrator s notice. Estate of Sarah Forney late of the Borough of Danville in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration upon the above estate have been grunted to the undersigned. All persons in . Youngman cashier. Cited to the said estate Are required to make subscribed and sworn to before me this �?T44d. Payment and those having claims or de a i be amp a pics cd. Cd cd we he a 1 w hex he. He d. Kodak Hook. Size of pictures taken by your friends Cantera then make the Book to tit them. Two prints May go on each Page or one then the dozen cards for mounts tied into each Book would be As Large As a regular card mount. The name style of Book May be adapted for 4 Book for baby a pictures using instead of landscape or Marine a cute baby figure or a cunning Little face shaded by the frills of a White Cap. Of All the books however devoted to the Kodak fiend probably the most attractive will let of tin one of which a sketch is Given vol ire you see Liat he really got and what he though had. Of us cd Willun de White Case some gits deat in stocking. A Mon civil rights a got ter make some Laws 1� us on Christmas nights lol Igot by Santa Claus. A Abington Star. Milk a 11 food milk is n food far More than a drink Aud if you teach tin child to lock on it As a drink Only it will overload its stomach by drinking it at every meal Aud you will be left wondering whence the dyspepsia which spoils its Young life Cun possibly have a or it a a. Ioco. Corrects attest a. 11. Gronk rotary Public r p. Hancock i we. J. Bally directors. Joseph Hun ter my ends against the said estate will make known the same without delay to William g. Forney. Administrator of Sarah Forney deceased p. Address Riverside a. Edward Sayre Gearhart. Counsel. Planing Mill Hooter Brothers manufacturers of doors Sash shutters verandas brackets frames and turned work of All kinds. Also shingles roofing slate planed and rough lumber. Riverside North a county. Fur m us n set so id special Atten a Tion Given ladies suits and w lists gents White Panta l in loons and vests a repairing done v when ordered. A Ltd v i a i a j in a a a. Quod work Premit Deli Raj eight fences w. C 3 i is s v Eli for and Deli rred free. Eve a is a Cal Danville steam laundry no. 20 canal St lore and Kase proper

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