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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - March 28, 1901, Danville, Pennsylvania4 4 the work of women extensive exhibits to be made at the exposition. Arhip pm nil of Umyn w ill lit Shonn Sid la it Sid with those of men at the a in Merlc nne Haud a Niue fall Dizik i or headquarter. With a View to having the scope of the ran american exposition As Broad As possible and to interest tin thousands of women in the americas in the Enterprise a Hoard of women managers was appointed consisting of 23 representative women of Buffalo. La addition to this the governors of the states and territories were asked to nominate two women each to act As honorary members of the women a Board these nominations to be ratified by the Board of directors of the exposition. The same request was made of the other pan american countries. As a result of this request from the exposition More than 30 states have honorary members of the women a Board and several pan american countries Are also represented. The work of the honorary members supplements that of tie local Board which Lias been divided into committees and is now doing effective work for the exposition. A distinctive Point in the the exposition that the various industries conducted by women Are to be represented by exhibits in the different buildings where they May properly be placed so that the achievements of women will be shown Side by Side with those of men. This is the first exposition in this country where such a plan has been followed and second it is said in tie world. The same arrangement was followed most successfully at the Paris exposition. It is in co operation with the various divisions of the exposition and with the committees of the menus Board of directors that tie Board of women managers of the pan american exposition is to a Large extent to work. The a following committees have been appoint executive entertainments and ceremonies Fine arts. Education clubs and organizations publicity and promotion and applied arts. The majority of the members of each committee belong to the Hoard of women managers but in a few instances appointments have been made outside taking in those especially adapt <1 to carrying out the work of tie women a Board. To the committee on entertainments and ceremonies Falls the pleasant task of looking after the social affairs of the women a Board previous to and during tin pan american exposition arranging entertainments of various kinds for the honorary members of the Hoard who visit Buffalo and also entertaining Many prominent women who Are to a 1m in the City during the exposition months. A Large number of conventions of women arc to la held in Buffalo during the exposition but tin women a Board will not in any Way be connected with the conventions although the committee in entertainments Ami ceremonies 1 will doubtless entertain Many of tie officers and other distinguished members of the various organizations meeting in the City pan american year. The women of Buffalo have in several instances extended invitations to lending women a organizations to hold their conventions in Buffalo during the exposition and. With the desire to offer every Courtesy possible tie committee on entertainments and ceremonies will doubtless do a great Deal to make it pleasant for the visiting women during their stay in Buffalo. The committee on Fine arts of the women a Hoard in co operation with a similar committee from the menus j Board of directors will assist tin i it i Rector of Fine arts in arranging for a representative exhibit at Buffalo of the work of am rican artists. On her feet All Day Long and racking with pain from her head to her heels. That is what Many a sri supporting girl must experience. On those Days each month when in other circumstances she would go to bed she must still be at the desk or counter and struggle through the Uay As Best she May. Backache headache and other pains caused by a womanly diseases a a Are perfectly Cifredo by or. Pierces a verite prescription. It cures i the cause of these i pains. It Stab fishes regularity dries in feeling drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. It makes weak women Strong and sick women Welt. Past All gone. Quot i have taken your Medicine with the greatest writes mrs. George Riehl of station. Westmoreland co. Penna. Quot your favorite prescription a has cured of uterine trouble that i suffered from for fifteen years and painful monthly troubles. I can honestly say i can work a whole Day and not get tired and before taking l r. Pierces medicines i always painting big signs. Artists who devote their Talent to advertising purposes. Sonic of them have Liml % earn of training in Diin Vang and color work him some have studied in of Moum �111 world atelier. Although the vivid advertisements of the excellence of foods ointments clothing All mechanical appliances known to Man and a thousand other things never dreamed of in the philosophy of a Hundred years ago Are Contin j Paliy catching the Eye and up shocking the artistic sensibilities of the 1 beholder few of the Ordinary observers i give a moments question to the Ink ers of advertisements. The Advertis i eng craze Lias grown of late to such huge and unlovely proportions that any Brief account fails to explain is Workings. The office of a Large advertising concern is one of the busiest places in town. Artists Are constantly appearing with designs for the firm a Small of men with paint pots and brushes Are hovering about waiting to be sent out and everywhere Are Gay evidences of the results of All this labor. A who Are the men that paint these a heroic pictures one sees on unused Walls Ami Jol to fences a asked a reporter of one of the men who keeps these subordinates Busy. Time but have no headache now since taking your Medicine i have to eau cured of troubles that i suffered from for fifteen years and the Best doctor in the state could not cure i r. Pierces common sense medical and Riser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 one cent Stamps to pay expense of mailing Only. Address i r. R. Pierce Buffalo n. Y. The comm we on education will arrange for a s -4es of educational exhibits and Fossil y educational congresses will be held Buffalo during the exposition. The committee is working in co operation Ith the superintendent of Liberal a. A and education. As the chairman of t in committee on education of the to Nenus Board is president of the women teachers association which owns its building a commodious chapter House she will doubtless do a great Deal toward arranging for a series of educational congresses in Buffalo during the exposition although the work will not be taken up by the exposition Board. Women a clubs and organizations have made tremendous Progress Dur a the past few years and the committee on clubs and organizations of the women a Board will find ample Opportunity for bringing into prominence the work of the women a clubs of tie americas especially showing the tremendous advancement made since the worlds fair in Chicago in 1893. In response to Many requests from women a clubs the committee 011 publicity and promotion of the women a Board has been doing a great Deal of effective work in advertising the exposition. At several women a conventions representatives of tie women a Board of the pan american exposition have appeared upon the programme and have interested in this Way hundreds or leading club women in the country. Great enthusiasm is shown by the club women of the United states and Canada in the coming exposition and in Many towns pan american clubs have been formed by the women. We committee 011 applied arts of the women a Board is trying to secure representative exhibits of women a work at the pan american exposition ind with this object in View Hopes to arrange a series of collective exhibits n the exposition buildings principally n the division of manufactures. Many ending industries conducted by women will probably be represented in these collective exhibits. Applications for Pace have been received in Large num it ers. A great Deal of effective work has a Een done through the honorary Mem a ers of the women a Board with v Hom local members have been in instant correspondence with the re ult that the women of the americas re deeply interested in the exposition and in Many instances Are arranging or bringing Large parties to Buffalo ome clubs have for i pan Merlin bureaus with a View to securing Irge numbers to go of their reactive towns to Buffalo. Although the women Are to have no building for exhibits at the Exposi on a women a Headquarters on the sounds is to be one of the most it Active structures there. It is Well tufted facing one of the main in ances to the exposition grounds on in Sale and the Beautiful music Gnu is on til other. It is opposite the a a York state building. The House is formerly tin Horny be country us of Buffalo and is a very artistic a Utu re. It Lias been remodeler to it the requirements of the women so Ard during the exposition. Broad Randas surround the House. A Large it Mon the main floor will he fitted for a Magazine and Reading room Here club women visiting the Exposi it a grounds Wili find a comfortable and quiet resting p Aoe. Be offices of the women a Board will also lie on the main floor and there will he a number of Small rooms where luncheons May be served. For larger entertainments tin Magazine and rending room will he ipod Ami will therefore at times necessarily be Ltd a it �1 to the Public. Dressing rooms and other apartments in Ces Ary to the Cei fort Ami convenience of visitors at i women a building will 1 Ltd arranged for on the second floor of the club Lioi. i w i get Forest on the government they were two ling Burly indians. T be Long Eagle Feather in the hat of one who is known As a a chief and the Bright red Ostrich tip in tin Sombrero of the other would have told that if the unmistakable features had not evidenced it. A government employee if matters not who but one who y possibly in cd Iii events happening make a a stake out of the tribe to which these indians belong was doing the honors of the Cape Tol and showing the Bravi s about the corridors. They left the Indian committee room and came to the door of the House restaurant. A a let a have a bite to eat a suggested the Man with the graft. A fall right a was the Quick reply of tin aborigines. At the luncheon counter tie one who could master the most English asked. A a guv Munt pay a a ooh responded the to t. Think ing Flint the quickest Way to inform them that they would not have to stand Good for the Bill. A Hugh a grunted the Brave a we lot guv must and they did four cups of Coffee each half a d a zen hard boiled eggs three Ham sandwiches one dozen doughnuts a whole baked Chicken ice Cream a whole Pic each and besides that a thirst for fire water that was absolutely appalling. The luncheon counter looked As though n Cyclone might have paid it a visit by the time tie indians got through and the Bill that the a a guv Muntsch re had to foot made his weeks salary look like 7 cents. A a guv Munt Heap grunted tin Brave As be picked his Teeth in Truo a White brother Fashio. In the corridor. A we eat Here Sut it will not be in company with that particular Star. A they Are not the people you think Felt tired. pain is ail gone and i feel like a them. I Fane a was tie answer. A in new person. I suffered with headache All the 1-.i 1 time but have no headache now since taking a to a of being daubers. With Bollt the ability necessary to Wield a Whitewash Brush our Best men Are real artists. By this i mean that Many of them have had years of training in drawing and color work. Several a it of them have studied abroad in the Ateliers of Well known men. A Man whom i saw painting a head on a Wall yesterday is a night instructor in a Brooklyn Art school. Recently 011c of our Inen painted on a Large Wall the biggest portrait Ever attempted. He had studied five years in the Baris Art a Why do they take up this work a a the other does no to pay. Its a Case of a commercialism in they find that they can to make the real thing pay so they come to this Coin Motif calling. There a Money in it. Why our Star painters get $30 a week. The daubers who put in backgrounds done to earn More than $1u or $13 a the men who paint the designs in various inaccessible and conspicuous places have with tin �?�1 Small copies of the designs to be reproduced. Long j experience makes them expert in accurately tracing the design upon the chosen surface. Although the familiar advertisements scattered Over the City seem exactly alike and one face seems the exact counterpart of another yet closer inspection will show various Points of difference. In the Case of a very familiar picture which is displayed from one cud of the United states to the other when it was first brought out one Man was hired for the sole purpose of painting that one design and to do this he travelled from Maine to California. A a not the least of our difficulties a said the advertising Man a is finding places to put our signs. We hire men who do nothing else but go about and obtain permission from owners to put up billboards on to Weir premises use a vacant Wall or decorate a Fence or a roof. It needs great tact to do this. When there Are objections they must be overcome and after this is Lone the owner often gets the idea that Bis available space is Worth thousands of dollars to 11s and to him. The experiences of advertising men among Farmers and tramps would make a mighty interesting a Why do you say tramps a a ooh the tramps Are our worst enemies. They build fires behind our billboards and Burn them or else tear them Down out of sheer wantonness a when asked about the Price a Blank Brick Wall in a conspicuous part of new York would bring to its owner if he let it for advertising purposes the advertising Man laughed and said be could not Tell that but he did not mind saying that he was now paying $0,000 a year rent for a Wall in the Middle of the shopping District. A this is not an f unusual sum to pay a he added a for i such prominent i advertising firms Are Liberal subscribers to All Art magazines particularly to those French Art periodicals which display the newest drawings of the still popular poster. The ideas of the foreign artists Are taken freely and converted into Gaudy designs for advertising the latest song or a new Cigar without the least compensation since As the advertisers assert american a ideas Are ass lil Atod abroad just As unceremonious y. Not All the Large reproductions of figures and faces on our streets and along the roof tops Are handwork. Many of them Are machine made. By a process Akin to that of making lithographs machines have been invented to Lay the colors automatically. The finished product quite devoid of personality presents accurately a copy of the working York Rost. To it % or of you can Tell just As Well As a physician whether your kidneys Are disease i a or healthy. The Way t �1��i it to taken or Glass Tumbler and fill it with mine. If there Isa see Liine it a pow Leelike substance at the Bottom alter standing a Day and a night there is something wrong with the kidney. Another sure sign of disease i it a desire to urinate often. And a still another sign is pain in the Buck if urine stains Linen then is no do a but that the a honeys Are a five led. And and All disease a a of tax a honeys and of the urinary passages and constipation of t lie bowels arc used by or. David Kennedy s favorite remedy there is no question about its being the Best and surest Medicine in tin Ltd old for such troubles. It quickly relieves and cures inability to a bold urine and people Young of old who take it Are not a Oincel eel to a get up a number of times during the night. For putting an end to it that scalding pain exp a Eric need in passing urine nothing is so Good As or. David Kennedy a Favorito Kemerly. It corrects the bail Eib lots a i whiskey and Beer is pleasant to tin tast it and it Loes not seam to be Medicine at All. Diseases of the kidneys and the Hubier often require the use of instruments to push Back the san in matter so the urine can be Voyied. In such eases favorite remedy should be taken without Virther delay or the disease May prove fatal. It is sold 1 for one Dollar a both at All drug stores. It is Well Worth Many times a is Price. Shii ii a free if you wish to a test or. David Kennedy favorite remedy before buying to Send your full Post office sundress to a the or. David Kennedy corporation rond out n. V., and mention this paper. We will then mail you a Sample bottle free As Well As circulars giving full directions for it use. Every Reader a it of the is Toi r Ami Ken can a depend upon flu genuineness of this Liberal offer and Lall sufferers from kidney troubles should take advantage one of it at water spectacle. A How soon we Are a writer in a Washington newspaper in a column devoted to instructive a i l entertaining Clit about the capital expresses Surprise because in the l a ment of the building arc port Raffs a f a worthy old gentlemen Formi 11 by a nine tenths of the visitors to the building and wonders somewhat Why Richard Montgomery. Tommas midi�11, Charles Thomson and Frain is Lopkin son should find a place in tie memory of the Painter and on the All of Iff Senate basement. The writer bad looked i i Fisk is a history of the United states a a j could not find either Thomson or ii a a i Kin Sou. When he goes to a re cult May find the Mark to indicate Montgomery f �11 while try bar to East Ture the Citadel and the h a a Ulm i he died. At St. Bauix a Church. New York he can find his t a b. I. La can find is the president of the a a >11 Gress that received washing ignation and Thomson he will disc a a v to have been regarded As a in it. No 1 brightest men of the revalue time while he has but to look at t a original declaration of ind i 1 see Hopkins ii a unique. A a a f the Best known of All signers b Star of the brilliancy and Var u to 1 his York finn a definite step. Iii chum came in and fou i him slipping a lock of hair into an Envoi to not furtively or surreptitiously but just placing it under cover in a Cal u Businesslike Way. A hello a says tie visitor a a what sep a lie answered. A a in a Only sending Back miss Hamilton Light own bar. That s All a a engagement off again a a How Many times does this make a a five. Its final this time though one Way or the a does she say so a a ooh she always says it s final in a deciding things just now its a off Lor Ever or cards out soon a a How do you do it a a Little scheme of own you know the color of her hair. Al not Yon warm Brown with a Little re v umber in it. Well this Sample of hair in a doing a is red Good regular stand Ard red. I Tell you we re Gaiter to a a Down to genuine emotion this Iff a Shell know whether she loves not and if she does a by la walk to a b by the mail. One ton of Well cum hover Bay is w Tali As a Uilk producing food almost As much As two tons of equally will cured Timothy Hay and one Pound of Clover Hay Fco a a work horse is Worth almost As much As one pm cum Ltd a of Oats. Will Ili the coi try school. In very Many sections of the country the problem of maintaining the local District school has become a be Riou problem this for want Ltd of children to it educate. Following up the suggestion i made some time ago in these notes to i the effect that the most practical so flu Tion of the hired Man trouble on the farm was to employ married men giving them a Home in which to live a Garden chickens and pasture for a cow we want to further claim that such a plan will do much to also solve the school problem such men presumably being generally Young men and almost sure sooner or later to have children to Semi to the country schools. Surely this plan has much to count and it reliable help the married hired Man not wanting to it run off every night or two �0 see his girl but staying right a it Home to look after his family at Home sunday evening and not running off to leave the do Man All the cows to milk the Farmers wife rid of the work of caring for and feeding the help in the House the wife Ltd of the hired Man at hand to it help in the Home if need led occasionally. A crop a of Nice Little of a jigs being raised to patronize the District school. The More this scheme is looked into the better thing it is found to to. Honorina a. Already tie italian government has officially declared tie House in which Giuseppe Verdi was born a National Monument says mho Boston Herald. They appreciate the advantages of pro serving such places Over there and pilgrims to lib world Over visit to Liege shrines perennially. The White Turkey is a much Tamer Ami More Domestic Bird than his Bronze relative. He will neither wander so far from Home nor Roost sgt High this because the Bronze Bird is much More certainly a closely re hit a to ids wild Cousin. Nerves like a Flat Iron. R a woman who suffered for three years from nervous prostrate in says two Lxi to ties of Lichty a celery nerve compound effected a Complete cure. She hardly in a is to Day whether she has nerves or not. As she never fees them. It is a Kerful remedy. Hold by Olive Oil Fop in lice Fyon. One has Only to consider How Olive Oil is used in the warm parts of Europe where tie Olive Oil is cultivated and How ghee is used in India in order to satisfy oneself that oily matter May be taken with facility in hot countries As Well As in cold. You hear nothing about indigestion in these lauds. You find that a bad Olive Harvest or scant Supply of ghee is a great National calamity. A Hindoo servant of a Friend who kept up ids Indian habits of eating in London has told that in his own Case nothing would make up fora deficiency of ghee or butter and that Bis experience in this matter was the common experience of ids countrymen at Home or away from Home. Indeed it May be taken for granted that Oil May be used in Large quantities throughout the year in the hot. Olive growing countries of the South of Europe not Only without making the people bilious or out of order in any Way but with unmistakable Benefit. Or. Cohnheim at the International medical Congress detailed Bis experience with Large doses of Olive Oil in cases of severe gastric distress. In his first Case the Young Man had suffered from an injury in the gastric Region and it seemed probable that an ulcer had resulted. The pain on eating was so great As to make him avoid food. A wineglass Ful of Olive Oil taken before meals gave Complete Relief. The same remedy was tried in other cases in which stomach discomfort was a prominent symptom. Even in cases of gastric cancer Relief was afforded to Many symptoms. In cases of pylorus Steno Sis most satisfactory results were secured As far As the alleviation of symptoms was concerned. Cohnheim has treated 12 cases of gastric Catarrh by this method with uniformly Good results whenever the patients bore the Oil Well. I patients who had lost so much we7ht As to appear almost Ca hectic Begej immediately to gain in weight and within a couple of Mouths gained from 13 to 30 pounds. Professor Mathieu of Paris said that in certain parts of the country both of Germany and France Olive Oil is used As a family remedy for All stomach pains and has a High reputation. In los practice at the Hospital Andra i r. Mathieu has often used this remedy and knows How efficient it is where less simple remedies have failed. He recon meals it with Confidence despite the fact that it is a popular hygienic rather than a drug . L. Holbrook in health Magazine. I Rohu an amp songs pharmacy. Port ii Al ii kind in arts a us pm. A Crown never went with a Kinder heart than that of Queen Marie Amelie of Portugal. To the poor and ailing of her capital she is More than an Angel of mercy for this extremely modern Queen is exceptionally equipped for her Mission. Queen Amelie is to All intents and purposes a physician though it is not True As has been stated that her majesty possesses a doctors degree. Medicine la spite of tie Many distractions of her position remains always her chief interest. Falling very Little Short of professional knowledge she has combined a rare intelligence with the Power she has to improve the hospitals in tie City a of Lisbon. This work has taxed tic Powers of this capable Queen to the utmost and incidentally Lias endeared her to Many thousands of the unfortunate among her subjects. Many Are the stories told of Lier sin pie kindness and of her skill and bravery. In or years Queen Amelie has worn a medal for jumping into the Tagus and saving a child from . A second medal Lias been sent to liar by Tom Kaiser in recognition a it of her bravery in saving a Boatman from an untimely death. No act of heroism Boenis too great for the doctor Queen and not on of her subjects to lowly for her notice. In walking through a Wood near her Palace not Long ago she came upon a woodcutter who Lead been injured by a fall from a tree. Promptly and skilfully she bound up his wounds and saw him a Arris Al safely to his cottage. Little guessing tie identity of Bis Bene actress the poor Man. Ova re it in with gratitude asked for liar a a address a that he might Send Lei u 3q�kct of record. Thrifty. A canal Lian minister had just married a couple. The registers were signed and nothing remained but the giving and taking of the fee. Thu bridegroom a strapping Young fellow asked a How much is it a the Parson glanced at the smiling Bride aul slyly answered a whatever you think it is now it should have been Worth a great Deal for the girl was Young and pretty. A i reckon its Worth about 5 shillings a said the Swain Bolding out two half crowns. The Clergyman look Al blankly at the coins then turned to the fair one. A a in la leave it to you Madam a he said. A what it to you think its Worth a what a lib a this Young and blushing Bride do she reached out took the coins Lian Deil one half Crown to the minister and put the other into b a pocket a a Thrifty wife a said tie minister with a sigh a is her husbands perhaps he ought to it it have said half tit bits. Beautiful Fountain effects for the pan american. I next 1111� 11 Sibi in to Llyl Rovi Ltd for \ a Nitor Totlis Exposi Tiomi. Will in 35,00� balloon of wafer Lar minute for thin feature. When visitors to the pan american exposition View tin Fountain displays they will be inclined to wonder where All i water comes from so plentiful will be the Supply. It will be with these Fountain displays tin same As it will be with tin electrical a la bit. Thor will be a Point a pin at which the display will in Reast in Beauty and extent until tie Climax is attained in and about tin electric Tower and the Basin thereof. Sgt extensive will this be that All will recognize the Beauty a of the display and look in wondering admiration upon the spectacle a Lii i is destined to be one of the most remarkable features of tie exposition. The pumping Plant that will Supply the water effects will be located in the court of tin machinery and transportation building. It will consist of 12 pumps having a total capacity of 35,000 Gallons of water per minute. Tie engines Are All to be belted to their Respet Tive units and they will be required to be in service from 10 of clock in the morning until 11 1.3 of clock at Naglit a period of 13h hours. Estimating to Weir capacity at 3.3.000 Gallons of water each minute it is evident that each Day during tin time they Are to be in service they could the enormous amount of 27,825,000 Gallons of water. This water will be used to scr Aibe Fountain displays at the electric Tower and Basin and also the court of fountains including the Fountain of abundance. The water will be taken from an intake located at the North end of tie court of fountains Basin through a 48 Inch suction pipe. It will be delivered by the pumps through 10 Inch Ami 20 Inch pipes at a pressure of 110 pounds per so a Are Inch to the Fountain orifices. From these orifices the water will Stream in All shapes from the finest Sprayjr to to it the solid Stream inches thick that will Rise High in the air. At the Fountain of abundance the sight will be All the name implies. There will be an a Ullanee Ltd of water and it will be in motion. Beyond the Fountain of abundance will be the court a of fountains and this Basin will be filled with Large jets of water thrown vertically. Tony will be known As pillar jets. In this Basin will also be located Beautiful groups of water figures All formed in tin manner in which the water is projected. The water figures will resemble sheaves of wheat lilies. Etc., and they will average 12 feet High. On a line through the Canter of the main court a of fountains there will be All of 20 of it a h of these figures of surpassing Beauty. Beyond this still at the North a no of the court of fountains will be the Genius Ltd of water. Ii a in a significant group of statuary the sculptor will portray his artistic Conception of what the figure is do sign a Al to it it. Over in front of the statuary the water will Ebu Liate carrying out in most perfect Way the sculptors in la a. In front of the electric Tower in the Basin and in the Niche of the Tower the Climax of spectacular water effects will come with a gorgeousness that will exceed any display of the kind the world has seen. On each Side of the Center of the Structure will be located two groups of water jets with 2�?~> Large pillar jets throwing water columns to a height of 30 feet. On the arc a of a Circle whose Center is the Niche will be locate a some 42 Large jets throwing water in parabola curve toward the Cascade s in front of the Niche. These jets will be so arranged As to make a very ragged Stream. This Stream will not be solid neither will it be so broken As in the Spray jets. Then out from the Niche itself there will come a flood of water a if 13,000 Gallons p r minute which by Means of a deflect \ will take the form of an immense water screen or veil the by Autv of which will linger in the memory. Orrin e. Dunlap. Travel and study clubs. 1 for Iii it Al id the 1 Nhy a Staten and tuna a for a \ licit to the Pana Iii Eriean i \ a Osi t Ion. No one of cd pm Jrineo needs to be told Bow much More pleasant travelling and sightseeing is with agreeable companions than All by oneself. There is truth in the saying that a a pleasure shared is a pleasure the Larto i it is Well to i know beforehand sooner no of the nature of what is to be seen an a How to get about with the smallest loss of valuable time and in conc Ienco ant it intelligent ideas is equally appreciated by those who have Wandell from their own firesides in search of pleasure. It has been the experience of thousands of visitors to expositions that loneliness though in the midst of great crowds robbed them of much of the enjoyment in store Ami that by reason it of not acquainting the inst lives in Advance with what was to be seen they missed the things which might have appealed to them strongest. In View of All this the plan of forming trave Al and a study clubs by those who intend visiting the pan american exposition at Buffalo next summer which has by men adopted in Many cities and a villages of the United states and Canada May be said to be an excellent one. The membership of these organizations is composed of people of both sexes and Lall age a practically. Tie objects Are pleasant companionship arrangements for transportation and accommodations and an intelligent and comprehensive View and a knowledge of the exposition. The course of study taken up comprehends everything in connection with the trip and the exposition Ami Side trips As Well. Among the subjects Are the following routes and rates. City of Buffalo. Countries of the Western Ilromi sphere am tin new possessions of the United states a geography b history. C resources. Pan american exposition a object if arrangement of buildings and courts o ailing of the harmonious architect lira 1. Sculptural Floral horticultural Fountain and Chi rival effects with n Serenco to illustrating the Progress of the race d exhibits. I amusements. Niagara Falls a natural wonders let Power development. Much of the information necessary to this course of study is furnished by the Bureau of publicity of the pan american exposition Buffalo while the remainder is procured by the clubs a rom railway Ami steamship offices hotels information bureaus libraries and elsewhere. This study at any time would let of very interesting and valuable but with the Prospo it of amplifying it. With a visit to a the exposition where tin Peoples of the different countries and the varied resources a of the Western hemisphere will be assembled amid splendours such As were never before presented to the sight tin measure is largely increased. l. Lewis. Atn Erlynn for a try. Indigenous Trees Are easily recognized by tie observing inhabitants of any locality As belonging to certain general classifications. Pine Oak. Elm Maple Chestnut and some others Are so common in most temperate climates that they Are familiar to it every one. That these distinct divisions have been Subi Cli Voled into hundreds of minor classifications is not so Well known. It will be in the province of the exhibit at the pan american exposition to demonstrate in this connection some exceedingly interesting peculiarities or seeming mistakes in nature. Cycling routes. Will All lend to Buffalo next summer. For the accommodation of the Large number of cyclists who contemplate touring wheel to Buffalo and tin pan american exposition and Niagara Falls next summer a series Ltd of a trunk line cycling routes is being compiled. They will probably be As follows 1. New York and Albany to Buffalo via the Hudson River tin Valley a of the Mohawk and tin Cyell paths of Central Anil Western new York. 2. New York to Buffalo via the i>�1-aware water Gap Scranton Elmira Corning and the Cycle paths of tie Southern tier of counties. 3. Boston and new England Points to Buffalo connecting with route no. 1 at Albany. 4. Boston and Nev England Points to Buffalo via Provit Lens a new London Steamboat to Greenport Long Island Cycle paths Ltd Suffolk county to it Brooklyn connecting with route no. 1 or 2 at new York. 5. Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia to Buffalo connecting v. Iii route no. 2 at the Delaware water Gap or Scranton. G. St. Louis and Chicago to Buffalo via Toledo Cleveland and Eri a. The Road from Erie to it Buffalo along tin South Shore of Lake Erie through the grape Belt has been called tic finest 100 mile Straightaway in America. 7. Chicago Anil Milwaukee to it Buffalo via Steamboat across Lake Michigan to grand Haven Detroit throw gov Canada Niagara fails. 8. Cincinnati to Buffalo connecting with route no. A a a at Cleveland. W. Site upon Bull. All on account of the floor. As a sergeant was bawling Cut Bis orders in a Barracks in Dublin and watching the line of feet As the raw recruits endeavoured to obey tin won of command lie Fomil to Bis a Tony i ment. That one pair off it. More noticeable on account of to Weir extra Large size never turned. Without taking his Eye s it it of those feet the sergeant bawled out a second order a about face a lie could see that All the feet except those lie watched turned in obedience. Rushing up to the owner a Little fellow lie seized him by the so Ouhl a shouting a Why done to you turn with the rest a a i a lib la replied the trembling recruit. A you dial. He wll i watched your feet and they never a a it a the boots they gave in sir a said the poor fellow. A a they re so Large that when 1 turn of a it turns inside of London answers Krauser a cold cure for colds in the head Chi St. Throat r any Fiort Iofi of the by Only. Breaks up a cold in 24 hours without interruption to work. Will prevent Coll if taken when first symptoms appear. Price 25c. Sold by Rossman amp son s pharmacy. The biggest things in the Way of guns Ever built will be exhibited at the pan american exposition. Kerr gym for fran Elton. At a recent meeting of the committee in charge of securing funds for the erection of a new gymnasium at Princeton ways and Means of obtaining the required amount $200.000, were discussed and the announcement of i a Oral handsome sums of Money was made. Professor William Libbey Secretary of the committee said he was very confident the entire $200,000, and a possibly $250.000. For the new Structure will be at the disposal Ltd of the committee within the next two years. He also a marked that it would he one of the finest gymnasiums in the Eastern states. As soon As the subscriptions will warrant it work on the Bihling will be begun. It will be erected on the South Campus and will adjoin the Brokaw building. The plans Are new in tin bands of the committee. Look Lief it 12 lot lit 1. It is Well nut to buy a a �11. A specially in an country until two or three things have been investigated one the character of tin soil which should in a dug into a depth of nut less than three feet to a see what the subsoil is like As Well As the surface soil an other examine slim reliable record Ltd of the rainfall of the locality for a series of years if such record can be found another investigate the question of hot wills whether they a Vav blight the crops. Then there Are the water Supply Ami its Quality. All land agents n v bars with a Tenderfoot in Tow and with la t a. A a i. Relieve mme of them i out ii to will Jfe a and How Well Anil note a a Ali of fives which to it been planted for both grass and lives will Tell a True Story As to rainfall and soil Fertility. A the thriving american City which has already Iju it a Library building without assistance of or. Carnegie is entitled to a few regrets when it thinks of ail those millions waiting to tie Given a. Ayd lamp a Aurim time table. In effect september 1st, 1899 going West jims new Yoke. Y. A. Barclay is. La. V 30 i0 00 1 Tiptop her St. 9 30 10 00 Hoboken. 9 45 19 la Sera n Tonar 2 a a _ _ daily set a Anton. A., in 00 .5 Bellevue. Taylorville 10 15 2 03 Lackawanna. 10 23 2 10 1 11 Ryea. 10 20 2 13 Pittston. 10 3 2 17 Susquehanna ave. 10 36 2 20 West Pittston. 6 5 10 3� 2 21 Wyoming. 7 11 10 14 2 29 forty fort. Bennett. If 2 36 Kingston. 10 56 2 42 Kingston. 10 >6 2 11 Plymouth j inc. 2 47 Plymouth. Ii��?Ti5 8 82 Avondale. 2 7 Nanticoke. Ilia 8 08 in unlock. 11 19 3 10 Shickshinny. Hicks ferry. 11 30 3 24 full 43 3 35 Beach \ Aven. 11 43 3 42 Berwick. 11 54 3 49 Briar Creek. F f 3 56 lunch Ridge. 8 3u it 2 t�9 4 04 Evy. 8 3. 12 15 4 11 Bloomsburg. 8 a Quot 12 22 4 17 Rupert. 8 t 12 27 4 23 Catawissa. 8 6. 12 32 4 29 Darville. 9 10 12 47 4 42 Chulasky. Cameron. 4 49 9 2 1267 4 54 Northumberland 9 .3l 1 10 5 08 a. p. P. i 3 in or 3 4 j a 3 46 a 3 if to a Sass 4 02 a 4 05 a a a 4 As a4 12 a 4 itt a a 1 it Ltd a 4 3j Quot a 4 a a or it 0. A 7 10 h 4� 9 a cd p. I a going East. A As Pas. Pas. Pas. Page p i new y Jik Barclay St. Are a w Christopher St. 3 no Hoboken. It a 47 Scranton. Kit or a.111. Scranton. Heller to. Taylorville. Lackawanna. Duryea. Pittston. Sus Qiu Hanna ave. West Pittston., Wyoming. Forty file it. He 11 Nett a. Kingston. Kington. Plymouth Junction Plymouth. Avondale. Naut it Oke. 11 unlocks. Shickshinny. Hicks ferry. Heath Haven. Berwick. Briar Creek. Lime hide. Espy. Bloom shura. Rupert. Catawissa. Danville. . It lamer a. In Buthi Abbul d. La a a. Vi-2 9 a 9 a 9 2�i by 9 19 9 15 9 Vij 9 of 9 a 9 01 p. In. 6 09 4 60 4 4 s 12 a p. 111. Daily p. 12 30 12 17 12 14 12 of. A 67 1 028 i 12 0 a 11 52 a a 46 a a 3u 8 60 8 15 h 40 8 s a 8 27 8 15 8 04 7 537 45 11 04 7 8 7 307 23 10 46 7 15 10 41 7 09 10 3�i 7 03 10 32 Al 50 10 21 a 38 a 6 26 10 00 1 50 . A. 1. P. 4 55 4 50 4 45 4 37 4 34 4 29 4 24 4 21 4 10 4 10 4 00 4 01 4 02 3 6 a 3 51 3 4i 3 42 3 34 3 24 3 13 3 07 3 01 a 111 6 40 0 a a 8 25 1 40 am pm Day 6 35 9 1,7 6 30 9 02 6 25 8 57 6 147 8 4s 5 6 5 6 �?�r�3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4. 2 48 a 2 42 a 2 38 a 2 31 a 2 28 a 2 12 connect la is at Rupert with Philadelphia a Railroad for Tamanen Tamaqua Williamsport Sunbury Pottsville Etc. At Northumberland with p and a e. Div. P. K. K. For Harrisburg. Lock Haven Emporium Warren Curry anti Erie. Pennsylvania Railroad. Time table in effect much. 18th, 1900 a. . Scranton i 6th la ? 6 45 9 38 2 18 �4 27 Pittston a a a a 7 08 t 10 00 a 2 42 4 52a. A. P. Wilkes Barre. Los it 7 3&Quot sgt 10 35 3 08 0 00 plym the ferry a t 7 37 110 42 t 3 16 f6 07 Nanticoke 7 46 10 50 3 26 6 17 Mocanaqua. A a 8 04 11 07 3 46 6 37wapwallopen. A a 8 13 11 v 3 56 6 47 8 24 11 26 4 07 7 of a a. . . Potts Villelo a 5 50 ?12 01 3 Hazleton 7 �5 2 00 5 50 Tom Hicken. 7 22 2 18 6 10 Fern 7 29 2 27 6 18 Rock 7 35 2 34 6 8 01 mar 3 00 6 50 Catawissa. A a. M . a 8 24 511 26 4 07 ?7 00 Creasy. A a 8 33 11 36 4 16 7 09 Espy ferry. A a t 8 43 11 46 t 4 24 7 2� e. Bloomsburg a a 8 47 11 50 4 29 7 25 Cataw Lesaar 8 55 11 57 4 35 7 32 Uata Wissal 8 56 11 57 4 35 7 32 South Danville a 9 14 12 15 4 88 7 51 son Bury. 9 35 12 40 5 10 8 15 . P. P. M . i 9 42 a 1 10 a 5 45 8 40lewisburg a 10 13 1 45 8 in. Milton. Look 1 39 6 14 9 04williamsport. A a 11 00 s 80 7 10 9 50look Haven. 11 69 3 40 8 07renovo. A a . 4 40 9 00 Kane. A a 8 25 . . a Venlo g2 10 3 3 45bellefonte a or 1 05 a 4 44tyrone�?o 2 15 b 6 00 in Hitup Surg a a 4 41 a a 26 Learfield a a 6 37 ? 9 09 Pittsburg. 6 55 .11 30 . P. P. nasal Catarrh Rcv a it of Tsuo Rilay fever in All its stapes there should be cleanliness. Ely scream Balm cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membrane. 11 cures Catarrh and drives away a cold in the head quickly. Ream Balm is placed into the nostrils spreads Over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief is immediate Ami a cure follows. It is not drying does not produce sneezing. Large size 50 cents at druggists or by mail trial size 10 cents by mail. Ely Broth i i it a Quot a 11 Street new York. Red Cross Tansy pills for suppressed menstruation painful menstruation Sunbury. Hurn Surg. La 9 50 $ 1 55 5 a ilm 31 in 11 30 $ 3 15 6 55 10 10 Philadelphia., a Baltimore. Washington. A a p. P. P. Ujj 3 176 23 a 10 20 5j 3 11 6 �i0 9 45 �4 10 7 16 10 552 304 Lewistown pc. A Pittsburg. A a a. M . §10 00 a 2 03 11 4u 3 506 55, �11 30 Harrisburg la hot Burgar . . 11 45 �1 3 46 if 7 20 . . 6 55�1 1130 1 50 �10 5 30 the ladies and a preventive for female --1 =7 irregularities Are Safe and reliable. Fit Quot perfectly harmless purely vegetable never fail i Pitts Burgly Harrisburg a p. 7 i 1 53 8 30 i 3 4� 3 00 1 9 18 00 3 1� am 5 8 co j2. 7 to g 3 �?T-0 \ 6 a a a Sun Hunyar a 9 20 p. A a1 Washington. La 1� 40 7 50 10 50 Baltimore 11 41 450 8 40 11 45 Philadelphia. A a 11 20 4 25 8 h 12 26a. M a. P 51 Harri Churg. La 1 3 35 7 55 ill la 1 a i Sun Hunyar i 5 05 a a 9 36 a 1 10 6 40 p. i2 45 3 00 g 8 to Clearfield a a 1 089 2h Philipsburg. A a 4 56 10 12 Tyrone. A a 7 15 "8 a a 12 80 Bellefonte. A 8 31 9 32 1 42 Haven a 9 30 10 30 2 48 p. p a Erie.lv5 35 Kane. 8 40 6 00 12 40a i 45 10 30 lock Haven. A 1 25 7 35 11 25 3 00 Williamsport. Quot a. 2 10 8 30 1 m >12 40 4 00 Milton. A a 2 22 9 19 1 27 4 >2 Lewisburg. 9 05 i 15 4 47 3 �0 9 46 1 65 6 20 a. a 7 42 9 56 \ 2 00 5 48 South Danville 7 13 .0 17 2 21 6� Catawissa a 7 33 in 35 2 a i 6 27 h blooms Borg. A a 7 39 10 43 2 43 8 32 Espy ferry a a Obj a a 7 43 110 47 a 6 36 7 53 10 56 2 a 5 6 46 Nescopeck a 8 03 11 05 3 05 6 66 a 51 p. i a be Seok Eklov 7 38 i 1 35 5 4 10 a 7 06 Rock Glen Are 82� 12 01 4 to 7 31 Fern Glen 8 33 12 07 1 42 7 37 Rombi Oken. 8 42 12 15 4 51 7 45 02 12 35 5 12 8 15 Pottsville a 10 05 2 20 6 30 9 05 Sosoo Peckov 8 03 11 <�6 a a 3 05 j 6 55 Wapwallopen. A 8 18 11 20 3 19 7 09 Mocanaqua a 8 28 11 32 3 29 7 21 8 4-s 11 64 3 48 7 42 la in the ferry r 857 12 02 3 57 f 7 6 -2 Vil Sharre. A a 9 of 12 10 4 06 8 00 Pittston Dah a 9 39 12 49 4 8 36 Scranton a a a 10 08 1 18 5 24 �9 05 shoes shoes stylish i i leap Yselia Tole f bicycle Cyan slum and Tennis shoes. The celebrated Carlisle shoes and the Snag proof rubber boots a specially. A. Schatz a feel Vatole tin shop tor All kind of tin roofing spouting and Cenera Job work. Stores Heaters rankles furnaces Etc. 1 prices the lowest Al Tiltti the Best o John Hixson no. 116 e. Front St. W i 0 of pc a 4 u o z it a d i % w 0 b .�=3 Philadelphia amp Reading railway in effect oct. 15. 1900. Trains leave Danville for Philadelphia 11.25 . For new York 11.25 . For Catawissa 11.25 a. In., 6.01 p. For Milton 7.82 ., 4.00 . For Williamsport 7.32 a. M., 4.00 . Tray a for Baltimore Washington and Tbs South leave Twenty fourth and cheat nut streets Philadelphia weekdays�?8,88. 7.14 10.22a. M., 12.16, j.33, 3.03, 4.12, 5.03, 7.36, 8.36 p. In., 12.21 night. Sundays 3.23, 7.14 a. In., 12.16 1.33, 4.12, 6.03, 7.36, 8.26 p. Atlantic City Railroad. Leave Philadelphia Chestnut Street Waif and South Street wharf. Weekdays express 9.00 a. M., saturdays Only . 2.00. 4.00, 5.60, 7.15 . Accommodations ., 5.30 p. Sunday express 9.00,10.00 a. Accommodation 8.00 a. M., 5.00 p. Leave Atlantic City 1>ep� to weekday express 7.3i, 9.00. 10.15 a. 2.50, 5.80, p. Accommodation a 8.05, ., 4.u5 p. Sun-dayf�?expreaa�?10.15 a. I. 1.30, 7.80 p. Accommodation 7.15 a. M., 4.05 p. Parlor Cara on All express trains. Leave . For Cape May and Ocean City week days�?9.15a. In., 4.15 . Sundays fl.i5a.rn� South St., 9.00 a. Additional for Cape May weekdays 5.00 p. For sea Isle City-weekdays-9.15 a. 5.00 p. New York and Atlantic City express. Leave new York Liberty Street 3.40 p. leave Atlantic City 8.80 . Detailed time tables at ticket offices. We be leu Edson weeks Gen. Superintendent general agent. New Coal Yard r. J. Pegg Coal dealer has removed to his new Coal Yard. Office a no. 344 ferry Street near d. L amp w. R. R. Crossing Yard in rear of office. Jrice$1.00 sent postpaid on receipt of Price. Money refunded a it Yin de Cinchona co. Des Moines Iowa. Pure table get of 1 if not Asna in. Weekdays. ? daily. F Flag station. Ataii Tionnia train leaves Hazleton 5.15 p. M., Tom Hicken 5.35 p. In., Fern Glen 5.43 ., Stork Glen 5.50 p. 111., arriving at Catawissa 0.25 p. Pullman parlor and sleeping cars run on through trains Between Sunbury. Williamsport and Erie Between Sunbury and Philadelphia and Washington and Between Harrisburg Pittsburg and the West. For Luttier information apply to ticket agents . Ill j. It. Wood Ien l manager Oen l pass n r a. Robert j. Pegg Coal dealer. Telephone no 158

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