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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 17, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american Frank c. Angle proprietor. Danville. A. July i 7. 1902 . Al. Communications sent to the american for publication must be signed by the writer and communications not so signed will lie rejected. For governor. Samuel w. Pennypacker of Philadelphia. Lieutenant governor. William Brown of Lawrence county. Secretary of internal affairs. Major Isaac b. Brown of Erie county. Republican county ticket. Congress full term James Foster. Congress Short term state senator. Thomas j. Price. Legislature. John e. Roberts. District attorney. Ralph Kisner. County commissioners j. F. Mowrer. Charles w. Cook. County auditors. John l. Jones. E. Flick. Conference meets today an interesting old paper a. H. N. Walker of tin second Ward hotel has an interesting old paper the columns of which contain curious Reading for the people of this Day. It is the Londonderry Ireland Sentinel of july id 1845, and was received by or. Walker s father the late w. O. Walker. In its american news the paper states that the president of Texas Anson Jones has issued a proclamation announcing that mox Ico at the instance of Englana and France Lias agreed to recognize the Independence of Texas on the condition that it will not unite with any other state. The Sentinel further says that it is thought that Texas will Annex itself to the United states at any risk this risk being a War Between the United states Ami Mexico. Texas did take the risk and the War which followed was one that Cost Exico All the Rich territory of the South West and its Pacific coast possessions. All this has passed into history and if Mexico had not been so insistent its boundaries and influence today might be greater. This Small paragraph Calls up the brightest memories in tin glowing pages of the nation the storming of the Alamo at san Antonio tin Gallant death of that Brave baud of colonel David Bowie Sam Houston and the deeds of bravery that planted the stars and stripes on the Heights of the famed City of tin Mont Zumas and made Zachary Taylor president of the United states. 4/ 4> 4> 4/ 4/ 4/ 4/ 4/ 4/ a it a a 4c am eras for summer outings we have just received a new Stock of cameras and supplies for summer vacation season. Kodak from $80 coins up. Plate cameras from $2.00 to $25.00. Stanly Lovell Eastman and seeds piles. Solio print paper and everything for amateurs use. Henby be. >1 a f a i a it to c0nden5ed paragraphs summer complaints is unusually prevalent among children this season. A Well developed Case in the writers family was cured last week by the time Lyus of chamberlains Colic. Cholera and diarrhoea remedy one of tin Law St Patent medicines manufactured and which is kept on hand at the Home of be scribe. This is not intended As a free puff for the company who do not advertise with us but to Benefit Little sufferers who May not he within easy Access of a physician. No family should be without a bottle of this Medicine in the House especially in Lansing. Iowa. Journal. For Sale by Paules amp co. No. 352 Mill Street. The Republican congressional con Feruce of the sixteenth District will meet again at Sudbury today and will make another Effort to choose a nominee. Last thursday the first meeting was held at the Montour House this City and ten ballots were taken without result. For seven ballots the vote was tied Between Charles c. Evans esq., of Berwick and Hon. Fred a. God Loyles of Milton. The four Cou ferries of Columbia county and three from Montour voted for Evans while Godcharles Hail the five from his own county and two from Sullivan. The Godcharles contingent looked upon the adjournment to Sun Bury As a practical Victory and feel confident that their Man will he named. On the other hand it is stated that Evans will hold All his votes and that the deadlock will not be broken today. The conference will he watched with considerable interest. S. A. Mccoy f. G. Schoch and h. A. Kneibler of this City who Are the conferees from this county Are looked upon As holding the key to the situation. Their votes can decide the nomination and thus Montour Wrono Echo he Lubou of jul iwo a in both parties. It was Here that Hon. A. L. Fritz of Bloomsburg and Hon. A. H. Dick Crinan of Milton made the decisive Battle for the democratic endorsement. It was generally conceded that the Winner of this county would get the District nomination and the Campaign was a warm one. At the Republican congressional conference thursday the following rules were adopted resolved that the rules which have heretofore governed the Republican party in its nominations of congressional candidates in the seventeenth congressional District be readopted for the government of the congressional conferences now holding and to be hereafter lied in the sixteenth congressional District of Pennsylvania Viz a Rule in All conferences shall lie held at the Montour House Danville upon Call regularly issued by the chairman of the standing committee of Northumberland county addressed to the respective chairmen of the standing committees of the counties comprising the District. Rule ii representation in such conferences shall be upon the following basis to wit five conferees from Northumberland county four coffer Rees from Columbia county three conferees from Montour county two conferees from Sullivan county. Rule Iii nominations shall he made by a majority vote of All the conferees present and voting. Oat Arrak Gan not be cured. With let Xai j applications As they can not it us a t lie seat of t he Dine one t Catarrh is get i a a a la or constitutional Ducas and in Woidt a to Cush 11 you must take internal remedies. Hall s pm Furrh cure in taken internally and acts directly a 1 my Ood and mucous surfaces. Hall s catatr1 sure a lot a a Lack Medicine. Ii was Prescot one Quot us Best physicians in t lds country of r it earm�14,141 is a regular prescription. It is 1,1 the Best Totilas known combined with Best blood purifiers acting directly on tin mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. Halls family fills Are the lest. Pleasant evening party. Miss Margaret Aten entertained a number of friends monday evening at her Home ferry and lower Mulberry streets. The evening was pleasantly spent and the guests were Rev. And mrs. L. D. Ulrich or. And mrs. A. L. Voris or. And mrs. J. H. Boyer or. And mrs. Joseph Ephlin mrs. Reutinger Reuben Voris William Seidel Harry Klase miss Arrie Klase miss Lillie Klase miss Carrie Moyer of this City miss Anna Nase and miss Florence Nase of Philadelphia. If a Man lie to you. And say some other Salve ointment lotion Oil or alleged healer is As Good As be Klenz a Arnica Salve Tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of piles. Burns boils. Corns. Felons ulcers cuts scalds bruises and skin eruptions prove its the Best and cheapest. 25c at Paules it pc cons drug store. Enjoyable party. Or. And mrs. Peter Ball entertained at their Home in Riverside on saturday evening in Honor of their daughter Ada. Those present were miss Edith Baylor Sallie Gass May Angle Florence Motterud Fanny Dimmick Annie Snyder Ella Landau Glendora Mcwilliams May Hummer Bessie Brooks Nettie and Hannah Yeager Ella Miller Mamie and Annie Weaser and Grace Ball Frank Fry William and David Pursel Enos Strone John and Sam Mitchell Clyde Shultz Charles Hemmerly Charles Sidler Frank Cromwell William Hendrickson Jesse Snyder Ralph Shannon Charles Mortimer and John Ball. The same old Story. J. A. Kelly relates an experience similar to that which has happened in almost every neighbourhood in the United states and has Lizett told and re Tohl by thousands of others. He says last summer i had an attack of dust entry and purchased a bottle of Chamberlain s Colic. Cholera and diarrhoea remedy which i used according to directions and with entirely satisfactory results. The trouble was controlled much quicker than former attacks when i used other remedies. A or Kelly in a Well known citizen of Henderson. N. C. For Sale by panels amp co. No 352 Mill Street. Tendered a Surprise party. Miss Mabel Northum her Laud Street was tendered a Surprise party by a number of friends. She was the recipient of Many handsome presents and the guests had an enjoyable time. Those present were misses Mabel Jones Ivy Kelley Margaret Hawkey Katie Hawkey Elsie Moyer Mary Oescher Margaret Payne Rose Payne Josephine Dugan Ruth Richards Edna Lewis Joanna Roland Agues Leamy Ella Leamy Mary Mckenna Ida Kelley Pearl Snyder Kate Kimi. Annie Coleman Annie Maraer Man Mattie am Merman Mazie am Merman Thomas Huntington Edward treas Matthew Law Joseph Kelley Leo Barron Clarence Eckert Thomas Moyer Michael Mckenna Patrick Coleman William Haney Frank Edmondson Edward Jones William me vey it. Mcnaney Harry Kiuru Frank Perry George Perry John Buck George Werle Lewis Werle Frederick Demott Frank Keiner William Martin William Buck. Frank Geringer Edward Mack Walter Scott Earl am Merman William Ammerman Cameron Waite mrs. Peter Kelley and mrs. Frank Ammerman. Need More help. Often the Over taxed organs of digestion cry out for More help by dyspepsia s pains nausea dizziness. Headaches liver complaints Bowel disorders. Such troubles Call for prompt use of or Kings new life pills. They Are gentle thorough and guaranteed. 25cat Paules a cons drug store. Free baggage Transfer. The Philadelphia and Reading railway announces that to accommodate the patrons of their special Low rate id Day seashore excursions july 24, August 7 and 21, arrangements have been made whereby passengers for Atlantic City will on payment of id cents in in edition to the special excursion rate at Tilva he purchasing tickets he entitled the free Transfer through Philadelphia one piece of Han Asp in each direct101 Rubis affords Atlantic City sex cursive a has who desire to spend any time Iyo Philadelphia Lor business an Opportunity to do so i hampered with baggage by checking same through to destination it Hebest liniment for strains. Or. F. Ii. Wells the merchant a Deer Park Long Island n. Says i always recommend Chamberlain s pain Balm As the Best liniment for strains i used it last Winter for a severe lame Ness in the Side resulting from a Strain and was greatly pleased with the Quick Relief and cure it effected for Sale by panh s a a co. No. 352 Mill St. Spending a week at fishing Cre Ltd. Or. And mrs. Charles Watson or. And e. Gosh or. And mrs. Arthur ii. Woolley of tin City. Miss Sara Delong and James Terry of Philadelphia Are sojourning at fishing Creek for a week. They Are guests at coleus hotel. The Farmers Are Busy making Hay and hauling in their Grain. Foi some time it was too wet hut a few Days like the last three will give them a Chance to get their Hay and Grain All safely housed. It is a phenomenal tiling for a Mountain resort such As is seen at seashore which makes the bathing More pleasant. Eagles Mere is one of the few places that boasts of such a Beach. The bathing at this popular resort is Superb. It is visited by greater crowds each year. While the weather was not favourable during the Early part of the season for summer resort visitors the conditions Are now changed and Many persons Are mocking to the mountains and sea. A car Load of fresh air children sent out by the new York Tribune will reach Sunbury this afternoon. They will he entertained by Sunbury families for two weeks. Managers of Many of the railroads have begun to View with alarm the serious aspect of the Coal strike and Are accumulating Largo supplies of Coal in Case a general strike should he ordered. It is stated that some of the important trunk lines would he without Coal in a Short time if such a precaution were not taken. Four Hundred and eighty Miles ill four Hundred and sixty minutes is the latest record of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad with prospects of reducing the time to 16 hours Between new York and Chicago. Great heroism has been shown by the rescuing parties at the Cambria steel company a mines near Johnstown. It is in such disasters As this that tin real Quality of the average mail comes to the surface. There arc More heroes in the world than those who face a mallets. Cut this out and take it to Paules drug store and get a Box of it handier Iain a stomach a liver tablets. The Best physic. They also Correct disorders of the stomach. Price 25 cents. An idea of the scale upon which the railroads will prepare for the blooms Burg Centennial August 2sth and 2lth May he gathered from the announcement. That the Phi Ladelphia and Reading will run five excursions each Day to that Centennial. Gone will he run from Tamaqua Over the Catawissa division another from Tamaqua Over the Shamokin division one from Mil ton. One from Points Between Williamsport and Milton and one from Points Between Milton and blooms Burg. For Salt water bathing Atlantic City is without doubt the Queen of sea Siloro resorts. Thousands Are in the surf each Day while other thousands enjoy the privileges afforded by the Miles of Boardwalk which parallels tin Beach. Reading railway has magnificent train service daily to sea Shore. A special Low rate excursion will leave july 24th which will give passengers ten Days Outing at the Shore. Jupiter Pluvia got in a Little late with his sprinkling can but his record for july will make up All the deficiency of the previous months this year. More picnic parties have been soaked since july 1th than during the entire sum Mer season last year. Ely a liquid dream Balm an old Friend in a new form. It is prepared for the particular Benefit of sufferers from nasal Catarrh who Are used to an atomizer in spraying the diseased membranes. All the Healing and soothing properties of Cream Balm Are retained in the new preparation. It. Does not dry it a the secretions. Price including spraying tube 75 cents at your druggists or Ely Brothers 5 1 Warren Street. New York will mail it. Personal game was won by St. Elmo. Then was a game of base Ball monday afternoon at Dewitt s Park Between the St. Elmo and y. C. A. Teams. St. Elmo had ten runs and ten hits to three runs and three hits for the y. C. A. The batting order of the clubs was As follows y. C. , Centre Field Oberdorf left Field Montague first base Maiers Catcher j. Rosenthal shortstop Mcclure second base Lunger third has i. Rosenthal right Field Barber Pitcher. St. Elmo Buck Catcher Yerrick first base Moran second base m. Riley shortstop Field t. Riley Centre Field Mccloud Pitcher Gerringer right Field Myers third base. An afternoon party. Hugh Pursel Sou of or. And mrs. Robert b. Pursel of Mowrey Street was seven years old on saturday and the event was celebrated by a pleasant party. Hughes guests were Guy will iams Lois Williams Harold Pursel Mary Pursel Beatrice Pursel Elsie Pursel Saul Mccoy Edward Hurley Earl Woodside and Frederick Wood Side. Have accepted Challenge. The v d Fellows have accepted the Challenge of first Ward juniors to the of baseball on tie Day of the Basket picnic at s Park on july 30. The time of Kame will la it o clot k and the i a n p nine will Wear High hats an i White gloves. Insurance claim paid. It it a saturday mrs. James Frazier was paid tie sum of $2,00,the ainu it of insurance held by her late husband in the order of Hept Sophs paragraphs mrs. Jettnie vip tone of i Plizia arrived in this City last evening for a visit with or. And mrs. John Repp it Mil Tivi t. Mrs. Walter Gaskins and granddaughter. Gussio Gaskins West Mahoning Street were Bloomsburg visitors last evening. Miss Mary Kaiser of Milton is visiting her father Charles Keiser at Wash aug Toni la. Miss Susan Miller of Wilk Sharre is a guest at the Home of or Patton Washingto Viville. Frank Waters of Scranton and Charles Gartland of Milton were guests at the Excelsior hotel at Washington i 1 be yesterday. Mrs. Hannah Bates of Nanticoke returned Home last evening after a visit with mrs. A. L. Brooks Riverside. Miss Lulu welliver Mill Street returned Home last evening from a visit at Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. Clyde Reeder of turbot i lie returned Home yesterday after a visit with or. And mrs. Jacob Werle Nassau Street. Mrs. John Gaskins Mill Street returned Home last evening from a visit with her daughter mrs. John Brown Meriden a Onn. Franklin Boyer spent last evening with friends in Catawissa. Miss Nellie Millik ii Church Street left yesterday for a visit with friends in Williamsport and lock Haven. Mrs. George Orndorf returned Home last a veiling after a visit with relatives in Mifflinburg. Harry Moyer returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a several Days visit in this City. Or. And mrs. He Jain in Huber of n Copeck re tuned Home last evening after a visit with relatives in South Danville. Miss Edna Cleaver of roaring Creek was a visitor in this City yesterday. Misses Sara and May Johnson East Market Street were Bloomsburg visitors yesterday afternoon. Miss Lucinda leighow East Market Street spent yesterday afternoon in Bloomsburg. Or. And mrs. John Deshay sr., of new York an visiting at the Home of James Johnson Cherry Street. Harry Farnsworth of Philadelphia arrived last evening for a visit with his parents or. And mrs. John Farnsworth West. Mahoning Street. Miss Stella a Austell r of Milton is the guest of mrs. William Berninger ferry Street. Mrs. Emily Eves and mrs. Charlotte Eves of Millville and miss Eunice Heacock of Turbotville Are guests at the Liow of Burgess Heacock at Wasli Lugt Oriville. Or. And mrs. Charles Wirt of of. Arnu i rat line d Home yesterday after a visit with the hitter s grandmother mrs. Fannie Heddens Walliin Gronville judge Robert Little of blooms Burg was in Danville yesterday looking up the court records in several it ask is lie has under adv sment. Or. And mrs i. Ii. Eva Sou and daughter of Kingston returned Home yesterday after a visit with or. And mrs. Edward Foley East front Street mrs. Mary Hinton of Rupert spent yesterday with relatives in tills City Charles Fui Iston of Laporte was a visitor in this City yesterday. Miss Alice Martin of Northumberland spent yesterday afternoon in this . Carl Litzkas a Sunbury visitor yes Gerdav. Mrs. J. F. Dinkey and daughter Sahel of Rochester n. Y., returned Home yesterday after a visit at tin Home of Butler Edgar Mill Street. Howard Patton was a Sunbury visitor yesterday. John Gorman of Wilk Sharre spent yesterday in this City. Joseph Slofer Nicholas Avenue left yesterday for a visit in Bloomsburg. Awaiting the company s reply Danville May soon have a new route to Pittsburg As arrangements arc now being made by tin Philadelphia amp Reading company to run its trains Over the Beech Creek and Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburg roads. The Reading officials Are now on an inspection trip Over tin 15. R. A p. Line. Freight is now shipped via this route hut the plans under consideration Are for a through passenger service. The Reading now connects with the Beech Creek division of the new York a a viral which reaches the Buffalo Rochester a Pittsburg at Clearfield. The new York Central is also considering the inauguration of a direct through line Between Boston and Pitts Burg touching the Reading s service at Clearfield and Williamsport. The juniors a Strong team. The first Ward juniors will put a Strong team in the Field against tin Odd Fellows at tin picnic on july 30. They will line up As follows Wetzel Catcher 12 years old Foust Pitcher 12 years Williams first base 7 years Boyer second base 8 years Ross third base,0 years Mccoy shortstop 10 years Lloyd left Field 9 years Scarlet Centre Field 8 years Patton right Field 10 years Ammerman substitute 8 years. Pleasant evening party. A pleasant party was Given last evening by mrs. J. P. Patton at her Loim no. 10 lower Mulberry Street in Honor of her sister mrs. B. S. May of Chicago. The guests were or. And mrs. Robert Williams mrs. Lewis Woods miss Mattie Woods mrs. Arthur Mccoy mrs. William Spade mrs. J. P. Bare and miss Gertrude ban. Mrs. May who is a flue musician entertained the company with a number of piano solos. A Alioe of old another enchantingly interesting Story is delighting readers of the sunday North american. A malice of old Vincennes a by Maurice Thompson is both thrilling and pathetic a word picture of the life of the Early settlers in Indiana which portrays the lights and shadows of Pioneer a lays with the skill of the expert. Love making in those Days was Apt to he interrupted by the sudden crack of the Rifle and the pinging of a Bullet on the door a a St. They were stirring a lays of danger Stern hardship and frequent tragedies. Through this Larder life with its shooting affray and fierce fights. Alice of old Vincennes moves like a being from a world of her own. She is a fascinating character to a those who compare her with the modern girl. And yet her prototype could he readily found in those strenuous Pioneer Days. Here is a synopsis Ltd of the opening chapters Ltd of the la ook Alice Roussillon is introduced to a the Reader. She is described As a tall Lithe girl at play beneath a Cherry with her Foster brother Jean the Hunchback. They Are interrupted by per Beret the Parish priest. Gaspard Roussillon the adopted father of the children a Stalwart French immigrant had taken the two waifs and had Given them a Home. The girl was of protestant parentage but her guardian a devout Catholic had re fused to interfere with her religion much to a the regret of tin Good priest. After chiding the children for their rough play Pere Beret was told that a Quantity of alcoholic liquor had just reached Vincennes. He made no sign of approval or disapproval but As he sat on the door Sill of his Home thinking of it a letter was handed him. The cd it Nti nation of the Story will i e found in the sunday North american. Niagara Falls excursions. Cut out the baby Carriage. An order wont into effect Friday of the d. L. A i w. Railroad that in tin future no baby carriages or go carts will la a carried free. It will Cost you Twenty five cents to take them along if you Hope to have the company take tin responsibility of earing for such property when you go visiting. Putting up the pump. Tin foundation for the Artesian Well pump at Foust Brothers brewery has been put in and the re St of tin pump will be completed within a few Days. This will give a Supply of tin pure St water for brewing purposes and for the manufacture of artificial ice. Foust Brothers have considerable Cost la machinery now in their Plant and contemplate erecting a new building soon. Handsome Bevelled Mirror. Harvey Deitrich of tin Susquehanna House South Rauille has placed a Handsom Bevelled Mirror in Liis bar room. Tin Frame is of quartered Oak and was mad it by Hoover Brothers from tin design of or. Did Tricsli. The dimensions of the Mirror and Frame Are forty five inches by ninety one in Clies. Lives Well a ten acres. A Good Friend of ours the owner of Only ten acres of Good land lives As comfortably and happily on the products of this Little farm As any Man on a much larger place. He keeps a pair of Brood mares which raise him two Good draft Colts each year barring accidents he keeps two Good cows three or four pigs about seventy five hens and n few stands of bees he keeps about two acres in Small fruit strawberries raspberries currants gooseberries grows three or four acres of potatoes each year an acre of Broom Corn which lie works up into brooms in the Winter an acre of onions and the rest of his land in Corn. He ruins very Lurge crops for he plows deep fertilizes his land heavily and takes Good care of All crops while growing. He has in addition a Plum Orchard and a my asparagus Bod which both bring in quite a Nice Little sum each year. He told us that he lived Well and saved a Little Money each year and yet there Are lots of men who really believe that they cannot live on less than 1d0 acres. Pennypacker club. A Petiny pack a club was organized last night in the third Ward in the inti rest of the coming Campaign. David Ruckle was elected chairman or. J. R. Kim re Secretary. A Large number of names were added to the Roll for the first meeting. Another nil a Tibig will be held on monday evening at 8 of clock. Tied a horse at wrong place. Tying a horse to a Shade tree Cost the owner the expense of having the animal stabled by the Jio Liee saturday. There is an ordinance against doing this which provides a line of $5 there have been a number of violations of the ordinance and the officers have by in instructed to see that it is enforce cd. Women As Well As men Are made miserable by kidney trouble. A i am using a Box of Chamberlain s stomach amp liver tablets and find them the Best thing for my stomach i Ever used says t. W. Robinson Justice of the peace Loomis Mich. These tablets not Only Correct disorders of the St Nuudi but regulate the liver and bowels. They Are easy to take and pleasant in effect. Price 25 cents per Box. Of a or Sale by Paul s amp a a a. No 352 Mill Street. Diphtheria patient convalescent. Six year old Raymond m. Cochran is convalescent after a serious siege of diphtheria. Tim Little fellow with his Mother Grandfather. William f. Gibson of Brooklyn n. V., is sojourning Ai tin Home of mrs. Sallie Moore no. In East Mahoning Street. So far As known this is tin Only Case of diphtheria in Danville and where lit l a Raymond contracted the disc ask is a mystery. An enjoyable Hack party. An enjoy Ash Hack party last owning was that which went to Edgemont tie summer cottage of r. 11. Woolley mar Grovania. Those in the party were or. And mrs. L. A. Voiser Philip Muller �>1 Philadelphia or. And mrs. Charles Watson or. And mrs. Arthur Woolley or. And mrs. William Goslin or and mrs w. W. Welliver miss Sara Delong and miss Brandon. Handsome altar. Hoover bros., South Danville have just completed a very Beautiful altar for tin a tonic Lodge room of this City it p of Walnut and very Beauty i ulv finish a artillerymen visiting in Danville Charles Poeth an artillerymen in the United states army is visiting his brother John Poeth on Church Street this City. He is a member of the ill Tali coast artillery and is stationed at fort Dupont Delaware City Delaware. Hail causes damage. Limestone township in tin Vicinity of lim Stoneville was visited by a Hail storm of tuesday evening which did considerable damage to tin fruit and growing crops. The Hail stones Coull have be a gathered up by a scoop shovel. Drove to Billmeyer spark. Mrs. Charles Green mrs. W. B. Vas-tin., mrs. Ralph Foulk mrs. B. S. Smith miss Annie Bedea and miss live Lunger drove to Billmeyer spark tuesday and spent tin Day there. Artesian pump at work. The pump of the Artesian Well at Foust Brothers brewery is now at work and is pumping at the rate of twelve Gallons per minute. The depth of the Well is 137 feet and the water brought up is almost Iez cold. L Ong a about a year a o Ivy hair was coming out cry fast so i bought a bottle of a i. Hair vigor. It stopped the falling and to a de my hair grow very , until now it is 45 inches in mrs. A. Boydston Atchison kans. There a another hunger than that of the stomach. Hair hunger for instance. Hungry needs hair Vigoro Ayers. This is Why we say that Ayers hair vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow Long and heavy. V 4 Ute ctr. All . It it a a r Litu t i Supply you Noti us a to. a tul to v ill express you a bottle. Huson and name Uty our nearest to a i a a Din a. A a i it to cd a a a ii mass. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition Beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys Are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be Able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bed wetting depend upon it. The cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit As most people suppose. W men As Well As men Are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of swamp Koot is soon realized. It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and one Dollar sizes. You May have a Sample bottle by mail free also pamphlet telling All about it. Including Many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing or. Kilmer amp co. Binghamton n. Y., be sure and mention this paper. Home of by quip Root. U 0 2 it 2 d 2 s notice. Estate of Eliza a. Bitler. Late a of the township of Anthony in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania deceased. No a tip a is Lien Lay a Vii i lint it ters of administration Oil Ila alow estate have la a in granted to i lie unders Cneal. Vii persons in Dehly Al to the said estate Are required la make Payne it and Tomse having claims in re a a in in is against the sail estate will make known the same without delay. In a m \ a i i n i m k admin is a nth or of a. Killer deceased. I a a a dry is la Ott grow in a. Know Ai i it Kamo a i Uii itt counsel. I it a i v indic a i in i is notice. Estate of tames it it. Frazier deceased. Notice is he to by id veil t hat letters a of and in in 1st rat Hilt Lam in t in Al a a a estate have Heen or rant Al to tin unde Signi d All persons indebted to tin Sahl estate Are l evil ire a to make meat Anil Lhost having claims or i Winands against tin said a state. Will make known i in same without delay to Maryc. , administer matrix. We. J. Baldy. Attorney. Danville. Penn a. Low rate vacation trips via Pennsylvania Railroad. The Pennsylvania Railroad company has selected the following dates for if popular ten Day excursions 1�> Niagara Falls from Washington and Baltimore. July 24. August 7 and 21, september 4 and is and october 2and 16. On the so dates tin special train will leave Washington at s no a. M., Baltimore 11 05 a. M., York 10 45 a. Harrisburg 11 40 a. M., Millersburg 12 26 p. Sunhury 12 58 p. M., Williamsport 2 30 p. Lock Haven 3 08 p. M., re novo 3 55 p. M., Emporium Junction 5 05 p. A. Arriving Niagara Falls at la 35 p. Excursion tickets Good for return passage on any regular train exclusive of limited express trains within ten Days will he sold at $10 00 from Washington and Baltimore $0 35 from York $10 00 from Littlestown $10 00 from Oxford a. $0.35 from a a a Lumbia 5o from Harrisburg $10 00 from windiest Erva. $7 80 from Altoona $7 10 from Tyrone $6 45 from Bellefonte $5 10 from Ridgway $6 00 from Sunbury and Wilk Sharre $5 75 from Williamsport and at proportionate rates from principal Points. A Stop Over will by allowed at Buffalo within limit of tiek let a Ltd turning. The special trains of Pullman parlor cars Ami a Lay coaches will he run with each excursion running through to a Niagara Falls. An extra Chargi will la a made for parlor car seats. An experienced tourist agent and Chaperon will a oin Pany each exp tir Sion. For descriptive pamphlet time of commuting trains and further information apply to nearest ticket agent or address Geo. W. Boyd assistant go to eral passenger agent Broad Street station Philadelphia. Reduced to the a seashore. Summer Tours to the no tit. Two Tours to Canada via Pennsylvania Railroad. For the summer of 1002 the Pennsylvania Railroad company has arranged to run two personally conducted Tours to Canada and Northern new York these Tours will leave july 11 Ami August 13, including Niagara Falls. Thou Sand islands rapids of the St. Lawrence. Quebec the Saguenay Moutrene. An Sable chasm lakes Champlain Ami George and a Saratoga occupying fifteen Days Roumel trip rate. $125. Each tour will be in charge of on of the company s tourist agents assisted by an experienced lady As Chaperon whose Especial charge will be a escort eel ladies. The rate a vers railway and by it at fan for the entire round trip parlor car seats meals in route hotel entertainment Transfer charges and Carriage hire. For detailed itinerary tickets or any additional information apply to ticket. Agents or address Geo. W. Boy a assistant general Passi Tiger agent Broad Street station Philadelphia. Annual Low rate excursions to Atlantic City etc., via Pennsylvania Railroad. The Pennsylvania Railroad company has arranged for four Low rate ten Day a cur Sioris for the present season from North by my. Troy. Bellefonte. Williams-1> a it Mocanaqua. Us Lumry. Shenandoah Dauphin and principal intermediate a t at ions i including stations on Branch to. Atlantic City Cape May. Ocean City. Sea Isle City. Avalon. Angles a. Wildwood or Holly Beach on thursdays. July 17 and 31. August 14 and 28, 1002. Excursion tickets Good to return by regular trains within ten Days will lie sold at very Low rites. Tickets to Atlantic City will 1�< sold via the Dot i Ware River Ijar Bilge route. The Only All rail line or via Market Street wharf. Pabila Delphia. Stop Over can he had at Philadelphia either going or returning within limit of ticket. For information in regard to specific rates and Tim of t Rains consult hand Bills or apply to agents or e. S. Larrar division ticket agent Williamsport. A. Two Tours to the Pacific coast via Pennsylvania Railroad. Leave new York August 2, visiting hic ago Denver Colorado Springs Salt Lake City san Francisco i>1 Monte Monterey Santa Barbara los Angel a is san Jose and Portland on the going trip. Returning tour no. 1 will run eastward t through the magnificent Canadian Rockies by leisurely Daylight trips with stops at Clacier. Banff hot. Springs Ami other Points reaching new York on August 31 tour no. 2 will run eastbound via Yellowstone National Park including the usual six Day trip through that interesting preserve arriving new York september 4. Sam Cial trains will be provided. Rates from new York. Philadelphia. Washington or any Point on the Pennsylvania Railroad East of Pittsburg in cd mating transportation Pullman berth and All meals of tin tour except during the five Days spent in san Francisco when Pullman accommodations and meals an not provided for tour no. 1, $200. Two persons occupying on berth. $180 each. For tour no. 2. $250, including All expenses through Yellowstone Park. Two persons occupying one berth. $230 each. A preliminary announcement outlining the various details will is furnished upon application to a ticket agents tourist agent. 1116 Broadway new York or Geo. W. Boyd. Assistant general pass Iger agent Pennsylvania Railroad. Broad Street a station Philadelphia. On wednesday morning the 23 inst. I found that one of my valuable mated Bay horses had been kicked in the Hock by the other one some time during tin previous night. I found him in a most deplorable condition. His Hock was swollen As tight As the skin would hold. The joint was three or four times its Normal size. The horse could not Bear a single Pound of weight on it. I applied Moykky a White liniment freely to the affected part at once. By evening the swelling was reduced one Liaf. I bathed it again and on thursday morning tin swelling Hall entirely disappeared lie could now stand firmly on the injured log again and by thursday night 110 sign of lameness Coull Etc seen. This Friday morning he is working Iti the team As Well As Ever. The value of such a liniment on t in farm and in the stash a is incalculable. I think the Kim Lego of its merits should be spread Broad least As rapidly and As thoroughly As printers Ink can make it known. F. P. Pursel. Moyers White camphor Lii Iii it put up in $1 size Al bottles for 25 cents. A manufactured by Moyer Bros wholesale druggists Bloomsburg cd for Sale by All dealers. A notice. Notice is hereby Given that an application will be made to a the by a Are a of pardons at Harrisburg. Pennsylvania on the 16th Day of july 1902, for tin Pardon of George Summers convicted in the court of Quarter sessions Ltd of Montour county of the crime of wilfully and felonious by killing one. Welling to a Hartman and now serving in the Eastern Penitentiary his sentence of eighteen months imposed by said court. We Crismann attorneys for chant Hehring i Igor ii hmm ers reduced rates to Tacoma port land Seattle. Vancouver and Victoria. Via Pennsylvania Railroad account meeting y. P. A a. U. Of the presbyterian Church at Tacoma Wash. On account of the meeting y. P. C. U. Of the presbyterian Church at Tacoma. Wash. July 23 to 27, the Pennsylvania Railroad company will sell excursion tickets to Tacoma. Portland. Seattle Vancouver a or Victoria from All stations on its lines Fri pm july 10 to tuly 20, inclusive at greatly reduced rates. These tickets will in Good for return passage until september 15, inclusive when executed by joint agent at destination and payment a of 50 cents made for this service. Apply to ticket agents for additional information. Or. S. Thompson returned evening from Baltimore. Last executors Sale of valuable real estate tin undersigned executors of the last will and testament of Peter Billmeyer. Latent the town of Bloomsburg pa., deceased will sell at Public Sale on the premises it Liberty township. Montour a of my pa., on Friday july 25th., 1902 at two o clock in tin afternoon the following real estate to wit All that certain farm situate in the township of Liberty county of Montour bounded on tin North by lands of Jackson Bill Meyer and Cal. Balliot on the East by lands of Jesse Bogert 011 the South by lands of Jacob Moser Ami on the West by lands of Henry Billmyer containing 130 acres More or less Whereon Are erected a Large Frame dwelling House Bank barn. And other of t buildings. Trio terms Ami conditions of Sale will a made known on Day of Sale. E. I. Billmeyer. A. To. Williams executors of Peter Billmeyer. Deceased. B. Frank Zarr. Counsel for exr s. J. S. Williams auctioneer. 00000000 too 0000 too oooo 0000 it it a 0000 Coo Williamsport Dickinson Seminary is a Home Ami Christian school. It provides for he than a social culture As carefully As for mental and a moral training to n j ref a i interest in each Pupil. A splendid Field wit i Ali 1--���?� 1 a a a to .1. I athlete make Ball Field and gymnasium of red in tie 5 udr., howling Alley and swimming Pool. Ten regular a our a ,. I. A a a a t Jar wide selection. Fight competitive scholar his re a red s it 1 teen skilled teachers music Art expression and 1 by i a id uric. The other branches or alone Umler teachers with la Cost Home Ami i it. Pean training. I lome with tuition in regular studies $25< year w Ith a ii taints to ministers ministerial candidates teachers and two from f might. Fall term opens september 8th, 1902. Catalogue free. Address . T Dward j. Cray. D. A. President Williamsport a. A too 0000 0000 o 0000 0000 poo it Xiv oooo Ca it oko too new York Tribune Farmer. A new old paper for sixty years the new York weekly tr1u Une has been a National win of newspaper read almost entirely by Farmers and Haw enjoyed the Eon fld nce and support of the amerlean people to a it Greta never attained by any similar publication. Ti1e new York Tribune Farmer is made absolutely Lor Farmers and Theli families the Glrst number was issued no a ,7th. 1> 1 every department of agricultural Industry la covered by Seelal contributor in it Are leaders in ten irrespective lines Ami the Tribune Farmer will be in a a a 1 a Entz a piling Quot pictures s. Agri cultural machinery Al v Farmers wives sons and daughters will Olmi special pages for their entertainment. Regular Price $1.00 per year hut you can buy it with your favorite Home weekly newspaper. The Montour Ann clean one yet a for $1.00. Kiml your subscriptions and Money to them it it a Toi r american. Danville in a. Live lines Ami the run it i Al r akm Lii win 1 every sense a Iii ii ass up to a late lilt. A Liurni agricultural paper profusely Silhi Ratcil with be or live Stock Model farm buildings and Houn s. Send your name and Al it Lri in to tie a Uku Touk tit Mise Farmer. Neur York City and a free a nipple copy will he milled to Yoo

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