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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - January 25, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american Frank c. Angle. Proprietor. Danville. Pa., Jan. 25. 1906 Trafalgar. I list Vlf in a of action of thin a rent jul a attic. Tie world Quot ill Sec Oiler sea tights Bui never one like this so close so Swift Ami will so much in it of personal element. And what May to railed pare of Battle Swift Ness with which incident follows incident. Is almost without a parallel in history of War. The first gun was tired at 12 15 at 12 22. Or Only seven minutes after tie French guns opened us him Collingwood with British ships nearest to him was through enemy s line Only one Brief minute later or at 12 23 by log of tin Eury alus Nelson is in tight and is pouring his first dreadful broadside into Stern of Villemi Euvet a flagship. Two minutes later French and Spanish Topmast begin to fall. At 1 32. Or sixty seven minutes after first gun was fired Blackwood reports Center and rear of enemy s line to he hard pressed in the Fate of die Battle is practically settled. Already some of enemy s ships have struck. The Swift moments run on. And pulses of great tight keep time with them. The advantage is not nil on one Side. At 2 3d, for example or less than two hours from moment when a shape of Majestic Pride Royal Sovereign moved fit Quot zone of enemy a tire. It he lies a Mast less and helpless Hulk. She has done her work but she has paid a terrible Price for it. Here is at this moment a flutter of flags on Masthead of Victory for Nelson has a great captains watchful vision and a frigate it is Eury alus a comes Down with every Inch of Canvas set. Groping her Way through smoke to take battered Hull of Koyal Sovereign in Tow. So that her broadsides mighty ship can still fight though she cannot sail Bear upon enemy a ships within her reach. This is not a Battle spread through Days. It is compressed almost into minutes. The first shot was fired at 12 15 before 3 of clock Flag after Flag is going Down a great Fleet is crumbling into ruin. By 5 30 of clock All is Hornbill Magazine sunday school officers meet representatives of l Ive counties at Wilkes Barre Rev. C. I. i rom Montour. An interesting conference of county officers of Pennsylvania state Sabbath school association was held yesterday in lecture room of y. M. I1 a. At Wilke Barre in eluding Monroe. Luzerne Lackawanna Wyoming to Columbia and Montour count ies. Yesterday to Ruig discus ions were held on following subjects. County organization executive committee organization. Finances departmental work. District organization its value. The Best plan county advertising convention conducting a convention after convention. What adjournment followed Bee do action pronounced by or. Mogg. Among those present were .1. A. Boyd president Luzerne association w d. Lathrop. Of Lackawanna Rev. A. D. Lerch of Montour w. 1�. Kast to a. Of Monroe a. M. Spear of Columbia w 11. Swart Wood of Wyoming or. Langties Secretary of Philadelphia county association w. L Landis. State Secretary or. A. E. Mogg. Or Gregory. Garret Smith. D. S. Beidleman. Or. Kerr c. Ii. Carl of Pittston. Albert Kemmer ii democrats of 5econd Ward held their primaries last night. Fingers and Forks. Never use a Fork when taking a piece of bread. Avoid using a spoon for anything that is not liquid. Pastry should be eaten with a Fork also ice Cream where proper Forks Are served. It is permissible to eat celery Corn asparagus water Cress and undressed Salud with fingers. Olives should he lifted from dish with Olive Fork or spoon hut should be eaten from fingers. Lemou is often served with fish and pancakes. The Lemou should be taken in angers and squeezed upon viands. If Cut sugar is served and there Are no sugar Tours in bowl lift pieces out As delicately As possible with tips of York press. A compos let pronoun walled. The want of u composite pronoun to express both a he and Quot she a and what is sometimes More important to express neither he nor she must have embarrassed every one at some time or another. There Are ungrammatical ways of shelving difficulty such As for instance by translating convenient French a a on As a they a when we really mean one person who May be either masculine or feminine. The Lack of a portmanteau word to express both sexes without specifying either did not however trouble new maid who Eppro ached her mistress with ingenious remark a a please a a Friend of mine has called and May i ask it to Tea a a London chronicle. Agriculturists meeting state boar let yesterday at mar a la i it org welcomed by Secretary Critchfield. The Twenty ninth annual meeting of Pennsylvania state Board of agriculture convened in tin House caucus room at Cape Tol at Harrisburg yes Gerdav morning with a fair attendance. An address of Welcome was made by Secretary a Ritchfield in absence of governor credentials were received from delegates. Reports were received from professor a. A. Buckout. Botanist of state College or. J. H. Funk Pom Logist of Bovers town. And j. 1�?T�?T. free Burg. Of committee on fruit and fruit culture. Live Stock Bee culture. Saua tation. Good roads Wool and textile fabrics were discussed yesterday afternoon. A session was held last evening at which distinguished specialists spoke and read papiers. Among them being professor Shaw of University of Minnesota. Died for girl he loved pile democrats of second Ward held their primary election la get night. There was a fairly Good attendance k Hile t he Ungui amount of enthusiasm was noted that characterizes Campaign of Spring election. Albert Kemmr was put Forth As Choice of second Ward for chief Burgess and Benjamin Harris As tax receiver. The caucus was called to order by county committeeman Albert Kem Mer who was elected chairman of meeting. Samuel Marks and hurly Moyer were chosen As secretaries. Leonard Hawk c. O. Ritter and John Gibbons were named As candidates for councilman. A ballot was taken when tin following vote was recorded Leonard Hawk. 4 c. C. Ritter. 11 and John Gibbons 12 or. Gibbous having majority of votes was declared nominee for councilman in second Ward. Newton purse 1 was chosen As candidate for school director. There was no other candidate and lie was nominated by acclamation. John Carr was chosen judge of election. Joseph Reed. Alexander Ashton. Or. And Samuel welliver were placed in nomination for office of Bustier a tor of election. A ballot resulted As follows Joseph Reed. 5 votes Alexander Ashton. Or. 9 votes Samuel welliver 12 votes. Or. Welliver receiving majority of votes was declared nominee. Albert Kemmr was unanimous Choice for chief Burgess. To demurred at first but finally decided to accept and was declared nominee for chief Burgess. For tax receiver a Ames of Janies do ton and Benjamin Harris were placed in nomination. A ballot was taken which revealed following vote James Dalton. 11 Benjamin Harris. 24. Or. Harris receiving majority of votes was declared Choice of tin second Ward for tax receiver. Grant Gulick was nominated for Borough auditor. For overseer of poor of Danville and Mahoning District Theodore Hoffman. Or. Was endorsed by tie second Ward. P. J. Keefer and Ira Everhart were i chosen As delegates to Borough and i District conventions which will 1m a held in grand jury room on monday evening.29th instant 7 30 of clock. Hust name specific term for which respective candidates for supervisors Are nominated. Considerable trouble is being caused in Many parts of state under new township Road Law by tie fact that Many of township caucuses fail to designate term for which new supervisors Are nominated. Under Law tie re Are three to lie elected one for one year one for two years and one for three years. The nomination is not Legal unless term of office for which nomination is named is noted with tie name of candidate. This is governed by present Laws and occurs likewise when school directors Counci Linen and other such officers Are to be elected for full or a expired terms. A correspondent wants to know How Law is to be clearly carried out suggesting that three men nominated for Short terms might have tie highest number of votes Aud thus have none elected for full term of three years. This is easily explained in Light of above statements. When a Man is nominated for supervisor he must la nominated if at All. For one of three terms one. Two or three years and it must be definitely stated. Once nominated for a one year term lie cannot be elected to office for any other term at that election. For instance a Man nominated for a one year term might secure More votes than any of Quot three year or two year nominees yet fail of election in ease be did not get More votes than other one year nominees. In cases where nominations have been made and term of nominees for supervisor have not been give on Palm is Are returned to officers that terms May be set out. Do you get up with a lame Back ? kidney trouble makes you miserable. La sheriff s Sale of valuable real estate almost everybody who reads newspapers is sure to know of wonderful cures made by or. Kilmer s swamp Root i great kidney liver and bladder remedy. R it is great medi Cal Triumph of nineteenth Century Dis t covered after years of = a j scientific research by a a re Kilmer Emi nent kidney and bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame Back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Bright s disease which is worst form of kidney trouble. Or. Kilmer s swamp Root is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just remedy you need. 11 has been tested in so Many ways in Hospital work in private practice among helpless too poor to Purchase 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 Send your address to or. Kilmer amp co., Binghamton n. Y. The regular fifty cent and Home of swamp room. Dollar sizes Are sold by All Good druggists. Don t make any mistake but re Mem her name. Swap Root. Or. Kilmer a swamp Root Ami addres Binghamton. on every bottles. Administrators notice. Whereas letters of administration d. B. N. C. T. A. Of estate of Jolt Mcwilliams late of Liberty township Montour county state of Pennsylvania deceased have been granted to by virtue of a writ of alias Fier subscriber All persons indebted to facial no. 1 february term 1906, is Sai 1 estate Are requested to make in filed out of court of common pleas of. Mediate payment Aud those having Montour county and to me directed a claims or demands against estate woman a auxiliary. The regular meeting of woman a auxiliary of y. M. C. A. Will be held in association parlor this evening at 7 30 o clock. A full attendance is desired. Young Murray Heider sacrificed life in Stfort to save mis sweetheart. A mid feature iia it developed in ease of Mary Cornwall of Sunbury and Murray Heider of Selinsgrove who were killed by a freight train sunday night while attempting to Eros it Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge in order to catch a northbound train at Selinsgrove Junction. It Lias been Learned that Young Man could have Eaje a death but that while trying to save Bis betrothed he was killed with her. It is believed that Heider had reached other Side of track safely when seeing his Fiancee a danger lie went to her Rescue. And was killed with her. The first locomotive. 7.-1 i i 11 a a it i i Ltd ii id liver t Ion. His a hum i Delaw old life Pere w Ere d i la a i Viiu who i i a it. Of ii of motive from his inv eur Veliz i Heel if i r for h-Htn-1 ii t Oliver Evans. He was a a in 175i� Aud spent nil perfecting inventions which -11 m-1 i it ii Tig him nothing but i i a ii was original Ini Ligh pressure engine used olives. Only kind that could Neinl in advantage in this form a. But realized ult a thing ills in �1 a. Tel have you tried new Quick desserts that grocers Are now Selling they Are justly termed a easy to make As All ingredients Are in package. Three Complete products a Zerta Quick pudding and i it Zerta perfect Jelly dessert at Lac. Per package and a Zerta ice Cream powder 2 packages for 25 cents. Five Choice flavors of each. A trial will convince you How easy it is to have finest desserts with no labor Aud Little expense. Order to Day. College of music. $34 pays six weeks instruction and Board at College of music Froe Burg a. Piano Organ singing brass am string instruments taught. Young Jie Ople As Well cared for As at Home. Terms begin May 7. June 13 and july 25 for catalogue address Henry b. Moyer. Omu of tin notion to both Power was somewhat a Rose hush in leaves a Point in punctual of. For a Century past probably longer Rule of Best printers Aud publishers has been a three words in same construction Are separated by two examples will illustrate Rule a a John James and Thomas have As so punctuated first name is Vocative second Aud third nominative. Two persons have come. A John James and Thomas have and now tie three names Are All nominative. Three persons have Conn. The two meanings can be indicated otherwise Only by a footnote. A new York times. A stubborn or nuns. The head of household was going through her husbands pockets next morning. Quot what kept you out so late last night a she suddenly demanded. A it was opening of Campaign my dear a lesser half replied. Quot Well it did no to take three corkscrews to open it did it a and she Drew offending articles from his Side pocket and waved them before him. Cleveland Plain denier set Ltd re in my. A yes a said youth a i am taking fencing lessons answered Farmer Contos Sel. �?�1 Alius said you was Goin to turn in nut do something useful what a your specially going to be rail Stone or barbed wire Washington Star a real curiosity owned by banker George m. Earhart. George m. Gearhart a real curiosity on his Lawn in t he form of a Large Rose Bush Alj out in leaves. The Rose hush which is of Crimson rambler variety began to Bud about a week ago. The buds readily burst under influence of warm Sun of sunday and during two Days following foliage de a Cloried finely. the Large Bush was Green with leaves. Or. Gearhart is of opinion that weather will he uniformly mild at least. Until after a Coon Day and expects to see his Rose Bush continue to grow. He is not looking Forward to a crop of Winter roses however. Williamsport contractors get Job trustees of Bloomsburg state Normal school at tuesday evenings meeting let font rate for Sei enee building to Bennett Woodnut. Of . Who Are also contractors for k. B. Tuston a new House on Market Street. Bloomsburg. The bid of successful contractors was about $5,000 under hid of next lowest bidder. In i a i ill a i in Iii Pality of fila Dot a a Ali. I fir bids for dredging of i r ver and to. Leaning of docks. A n put in i hid lower than any of ins compel mors when it was lie a ill hied to build a to do work. Ill lifted out a scow with u steam eng be. I a both engine and ill v a his own workshop. the Hortt Quot its ready to be launched Evans d. A indeed to give people of pm Iliad. an object lesson in Mechanic s. He put boat Oil wheel. Fitted up a push wheel behind set in engine in a work and propelled limit through streets it Riv a a a a midst of an open mouthed throng. No to i few of whom had a dim id he ought to 1m arrested for a in raft when a he boat readied Batik of Rbar. The wheels and axles were taken off. In draft was launched fitted out Edh other wheels Ami made to do Woik of dredging tin Harlor. So far As invention of mechanical devices went Evans had a splendid go Mii. Bid when dollars and cents came up f or a a Nisi Denitson he was a Mere Cal a. Ami even allowed himself to he cheated out a if Money that was due him f it a cleaning in Elladel Phi a inn a or with his new tangled Steamboat Somr 011 Story. Quot does lie ills Alimony promptly a Quot no he has to Ltd he urges 1 and threatened every payday hut. Then of course i got used to it that when we were living Cleveland Plain dealer try if. A a done to you smell fire a a no. I done to think i Quot i Don t either but most people do if you ask \ l i a s int innit. My re to in it a wording than most Upa a is is one in a Derbyshire Chun Liy which after giving Partie ular of birth and death concludes Quot a twits said be was an to tics ii Oit to it dim 011 Book Pinten. To res too old boy a a plates that have been Luj Tirril by age and Damp proceed As follows place upon a Flat surface a Sheet of White paper somewhat larger than print to Lee cleaned carefully Dai Iipp a tin print on both sides with a soft wet pm Ngy then saturate it with a mixture a of Chloride of Lime Ami oxalic acid dissolved in about Elt dial prop m on in n pint of cold water you �111 Tell when mixture is right by its turning Magenta color. Continue t its a a a if until every stain or spot has i St ppm i Laud then with a clean sponge Wash print freely with cold water i 111< ill in a lha ii ii Fli in Ikin. A yet it it 1 �>-11 cd a resp Ltd in edit Quot rites of Finie Rais in Highlands a there Are no undertakers Here. \ Carpenter makes simple coffin relatives and friends i arty it. Hip High to its last testing pice which is dug when Toifl a of journey is reached and having walked perhaps six Miles to chosen Kirk and. They take a re fresh Cal of sandwiches and whisky Ami walk h >1110 again. The rigorous absence of pomp is maintained but then a in Llcy a of pipe a of not in 1�� 111 Iii. An Engin set druggist gives tie following let to of blunders made by Bis poorer customers Quot to Icli an eel for cochineal a prosperous paste for phosphorus paste go ask ii a for creosote a fishy water for via by water a a guitar of or Catarrh a a everlasting for Effer vesting. Not font ref Llna. A do you i Ink Johnnie is contracting bad i habits 111 she a old asked mrs it Allt on a of her usher no. A no. Dear i <1 m t i think lie is sex inn Dong Quot As tin reply ingratitude is a form Quot of weakness. I Buxe never known a Man Ltd of real ability to be ungrateful Goethe. Rot a f Lee la ill. The hair i like plants. It is nothing than a insensible threads of skin. 1 a 1 her. Papillae As they ure called v Inch or a a in their proper Plac&Lt-5 Sinur in aim As nails ii Ihu linger Ems. The liar papillae no no i surface of. More or ply As Lifler liars adhere in i re it of these hair a Aries a Mil durably it pc but for each in Lini Siul unchangeable i no a a a a a a i. Quot Madam Church fad a dear thing in in perhaps a churn h is t Early to Ltd a a ave t 1 �?�1 a a lob tin Sld. But 111 deeply a id a it. N is . A a i a 11 deep is. I lib papillae a of our with different pm visual is. I and a annoy Ike in a 1 a eel any Inore than a a an number a a a one s Finger nails. The number a of depend is on papillae cd a inc Quenila if Iheme Are no papillae there ran i a no hair. Moreover number a of Tiu a papillae is Ltd in slant. So that idea of increasing 1 heir number by a lipping tie hair must be abandoned. The growth of hairs depends rather on Well being a it fall papillae but they Are constituent parts of it Kin and share its f to Aid a a in both Good and evil Days i Ira a i a ill a i or Oleri. It is not a Bur that letter carriers Wen regularly employed before 1753, when j los us that Benjamin Franklin tin new postmaster Genera employ them in Philadelphia and possibly in Yew York earliest evidence we have i Ltd of 17<�?T�2. When Philadelphia pod master advertised that his a a la Oyt a had run away and that patrons must ill for their letters at Ilie Postoff postal journal of Itil ii Finlay a to re Hgt use of sound information. Mils us that Boston bad no la Tler it tier in 1773. It if new York he save that a soon after arrival of a mail Are quickly delivered by a which Means messenger or Lett a Carrier Musicale at St. Peters Church. A musical will be Given in St. Peters m. E. Church Riverside this evening at ight o clock under auspices of up Worth league. Following is program is Lection key Ston Quartetti of Danville. Tenor Solo John Wolverton. Recitation William Rogers. Violin Solo George Wildsmith. Select Ion Keystone Quartetti. Recitation Marguerite be Arlart. Solo Irvin Vanuatu. Recitation William Rogers. Vocal a Nett Helen and Ethel Shannon. Mandolin Duett. Selection Keystone Quartetti. Auditors notice. In re first Aud final account of Charles f. Derr administrator of estate of Benjamin Fry late of township of Cooper in county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania deceased. The undersigned appointed by or haul a court of said county auditor to make distribution of fund in hands of said accountant to and among parties legally entitled thereto will meet All parties interested for Pur lose of Liis a x intent at his Law offices. No. 101� Mill Street Danville pa., on saturday. February 17th, 1906, at ten of clock in Forenoon of said Day where Ami when All persons having claims on said fund Are re quire to make Ami prove same or is forever debarred from thereafter coming in upon tie said fund. Edward Sayre Gearhart auditor. Danville. A. January 16th 19c6. Auditor s notice. In re first Ami final account of Mary a. Hofer administer matrix of Edward Hofer. Late of tin Borough of Dan Ville in county of Montour and a state of Pennsylvania deceased. The undersigned appointed by tin orphans court of said county audit i or to make distribution of fund in j hands of said administer matrix As shown by her first Aud final account i will meet All parties inter Este a for in Jiose of his App hut ment at his Law offices no. B 6 Mill Street Danville pa., on Friday. February 16th. 1sk�, at ten o clock in Forenoon of said Day where and when All persons having claims on said fund Are required to make and prove same or be forever debarred from thereafter coming in upon said fund. Cd w a r d s a y Reg e a r11a it a my it or. Danville pa., january 16th, l�?~j06. Will expose to Public Sale at court House in Borough of Danville Montour county and state of Pennsylvania 011 saturday Feby. 3rd, i9o6 at 10 of clock in Forenoon of said Day following described Rea estate Viz All that certain Messuage Ami tenement Ami lots of ground situate in Gulick s addition to Borough of Danville in county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania bounded and ascribed As follows beginning at Corner Between lots no. 4 and 5 in said addition at a Public Alley thence South sixty three degrees West one Hundred and fifteen feet to a Comer of land sold to Christiana Keim thence North Twenty five Aud one half degrees West one Hundred Ami seventy feet to a Corner thence by lauds of same North sixty three degrees East one Hundred and fifteen feet to a Corner at Public Alley aforesaid thence by sane South Twenty five Aud one half degrees East forty feet to a Corner of lots sold to Lewis w. Deibert thence by said lot South sixty three degrees West one Hundred feet to an Alley thence by same South Twenty five Ami one half degrees East sixty feet to a Corner thence North sixty three degrees East one Hundred feet to a Corner Aud thence by sail Public Way As aforesaid South Twenty five Aud one half degrees East seventy feet to place of beginning on which Are erected i two Story franc dwelling House and it la a out buildings. Seized taken into execution and to be sold As property of Lydia k Gross defendant. Geo. Maiers. Sheriff. It. S. Ammerman. Atty. A of said decedent will make known tie same without delay to. James Mcwilliams administrator i r. S. Ammerman. Attorney. R i a an s Tabula doctors find a Good prescription for Mankind. The 5-cent packet is enough Fogt a usual occasions. The family bottle 60 cents contains a Supply for a year. All druggists sell them executors notice. Estate of Aaron Williams late of Borough of Danville in county of Montour Ami state of Pennsylvania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary on above estate have been granted to undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate Are required to make payment and those having claims or demands against said estate will make known same without delay to Thomas b. Williams John b. Richings executors of Aaron Williams deceased. De. Sayre Gearhart counsel. Danville a. Jay. 8th, 1906. Windsor hotel Between 12th and 13th its. On Filbert St Philadelphia a. Three minutes walk from read ing terminal. Five minutes walk from tie Penna. R r. Depot. 2 to 15 horse Power strictly High class fully guaranteed Send for special catalogue european plan 11.00 per Day and upward. Williamsport. A. A Hep can plan $2.00 per Day. Frank m. Scheibley. Manage original laxative cough syrup cures All coughs and assists in expelling colds from system by gently moving bowels. A certain cure for croup and whooping cough to do Mark re go St Rad Kennedy s laxative Honey Etar Mir arts at try Lahore tory of i. C. Of Watt a co. Chicago u. A a a. For Sale by Paulo a a co. Executrix a notice. Estate of Mary a. Faux late of Borough of Danville in county of Montour Aud state of Pennsylvania. Decease. Notice is hereby Given that letters testamentary u x ii above estate have been granted to undersigned. A a persons indebted to said estate Are required to make payment and those having claims or demands against said estate will make know same without delay to m a it 11a die feb Aciner. Executrix of Mary a. Faux deceased. Edward Sayre Gearhart counsel. January has but a Little time left in which to make up for its lost record As a Winter Mouth. Cured to stay cured. School superintendents. Tin third annual meeting of county school superintendents of Pennsylvania will be held again this year in tin Assembly room of Harrisburg High school on february .th., Aud an excellent program has been prot pared by professor George w. Moore of Chester county Secretary of stat educational society. How a this Wool apr def Hundred Ipi Ilar a Kewal to any Case of Catarrh that can not i a urea i by Halls Catarrh cure. We . Have known k j. Cheney last a ars. And believe him Perfet try honorable in ail business trn Sac Lons and financially Able to carry out any Boll Fiat ions made by their firm. West amp thax. Wholesale o. W a in. K inn an St Marvin druggists. Toledo. Ohio. Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon Holt a cd and mucus surfaces a it of system. Testimonials sent ree. Price 7�c. Per bottle sold by All druggists. Hall s family pills Are Best to limply Tore Hen. The american car amp foundry co at Berwick expects to Start its new steel passenger car Anil finishing departments by february 1st and will employ 6<mi additional men. How a Danville citizen found Complete Freedom from kidney troubles. If you suffer from backache from urinary disorders from any disease of kidneys be cured to stay cured. Doans kidney pills make lasting cures. Danville people testify. Here a one Case of it Thomas Lewis Reiml of 615 Mill St., says a clean Only reiterate my former statement made in 1816 about Doans kidney pills. They cured me eight years ago and cure then made has been lasting and i have had no return of my old trouble. Before using them i was greatly troubled with backache. I used everything recommended but got to Relief. The lameness Over kit Leys and terrible aching continued in spite of everything that i a lid and there seemed to be no re Lif for to. I Learned about Doans kidney pills and read statements made by people who bad used them and concluded to try them. They not Only removed lameness and backache but they Bene fitted my health in general. They also relived Trio headaches to which i had been subject for a considerable length of time. I can recommend Doans kidney pills As a reliable backache and kidney cure. For Sale by All dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn co. Buffalo new York sole agents for tie United states. Remember name a and take no other. Look Over with critical eve tin ious Candi lates asking tor your Jairt. Vote of a or in St of them. Doans Var sup Rule on heirs. In court of common pleas of Montour county no. 2 May term 1905. In partition. Horace b. Bennett to an. Is. K. Olive Thompson committee it Al. To Horace b. Bennett and Mary e. Bennett his wife in right of said Mary e. Bennett As tie Amienee of Janies wands Anil also Asau heir at Law of Elizabeth wands deceased an heir at Law of John wan is deceased plaintiffs Ami k. Olive Thompson committee of David wands a Lunatic John l. Lane and Arthur p. Lane As administrators aul also As heirs at Law of Elizabeth Lane deceased an heir at Law of said Elizabeth wands deceased a heir at Law of said John wands deceased John a. Wands. Alexander wands Harry wands James wands Charle wands Mary wands Catherine wands Joseph m. Gibson As husband of Jennie Gibson deceased aug a also As guardian and item of Montgomery Gibson Aud Jennie Gibson first named of whom is above age of fourteen years minor children of tin said Jennie Gibson deceased heirs at Law of Alexander wands deceased and Lewis Rodenhoffer Amienee of Christiana wands deceased respectfully. Defendants Aud to All of parties in interest in above stated proceedings respectfully. You Aud each of you Are hereby duly notified that upon petition of Mary e. Bennett one of above named plaintiffs in such behalf presented before aforesaid court setting Forth inter Alia that real estate describe in inquisition held in tin above stated Case could not be divided without prejudice to or spoiling whole thereof and that tin jury of inquest did accordingly value and appraise said real estate at sum of thirty two Hundred dollars Aud that upon absolute confirmation of said inquest said ont made following decree Ami granted following Rule of which you and each of you Are hereby further duly notified to take notice and to govern yourselves accordingly in premises to wit decree of court. And now january 13th, 1ww, the within petition read Aud considered and it appearing that return of inquest in this Case has been confirmed absolutely court Grant a Rule on All parties interested in this Casto appear in Tjien court 011 26th Day of february a. D. Lilaoti at two of clock in afternoon of said Day to accept or refuse tie said real estate mentioned in said writ at tie appraised value thereof or make bids of same or show cause a 11 y same should not be sold of their leg Leet or refusal so to by court. Certified from records of aforesaid court at Danville. Pa., this i8th Day of january a. D. Lihsi tilt is. G. Vincent. Prothonotary. Go. Maiers. Sheriff. Sheriff s office Danville a. Jan. I5tli, 1906. Edward Sayre Gearhart. Counsel. Mark Twain hints that millionaires Are worst Law Breakers in country. Many a truth is spoken Injo it of. _ i Scranton Trust company commenced business on tuesday january 2, 1906, at nos. 514-516 Spruce Street opposite court House City of Scranton. The company is organized with a capital of $200,000 and a surplus of $50,000. This company will not receive deposits nor Wius it do any banking business. Its purpose is to do exclusively a Truet company business. It will act As executor guardian administrator trustee Etc. It will a so manage estates. Its affairs will be administered and its re lations to Public governed by following Board of directors and officers. Board of directors. I. G. Brooks. T. K. Clarke 11. M. Edwards. Thomas j. Foster. Homer Greene. I. X. Grier w. F. Halstead. J. W. Hollyn Back o. S. Johnson Thos. E. Jones. Joseph j. Jermyn. Cyrus d. Jones. H. A Knapp f. M Kirby. E. P. Kingsbury. A. F. Law. C. P. Matthews. Abram Nesbitt. Joseph of Brien. John t. Porter. Officers. In. A. Watres. Willi am f. Hals Tea d Henry a. Knapp. William a. Wilcox. In. B. Atherton. Samuel b. Price August Robinson. E. M. Rink. George b. Smith. Alonzo t. Sea re t h. Watkins Everett Warren l. A. Watres s. P. Wolverton c. S. Woolworth president. First vice president. Second vice president. Trust officer. Secretary and treasurer. Executive committee. We. F Halstead. Everett Warren. Cyrus d. Jones Thos. E. Jones Abram Nesbitt. Joseph o Brien John t. 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