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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 15, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american Frank c. Angle proprietor. Danville. Pa., Mav 15. 1902 communications. Al. Communications sent to the american for must be signed by the writer and communications not so signed will be rejected. Announcement. I hereby announce myself As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the rules of the Republican party your support is earnestly solicited. Chas. W. Cock. 1 hereby announce myself As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the rules of the Republican party. Your support is earnestly solicited. H. C. Sandel. I hereby announce myself As a candidate for county commissioner subject to the rules of the Republican party. Your support is earnestly solicited. C. . Annual missionary convention mrs. M l. Sindel mrs. George a. Kossman. Mrs. Edgar d. Pentz and mrs. John Fox of this City left yesterday morning for Watsontown when they Are attending the Twenty second annual convention of the woman a Home and foreign missionary society of the Susquehanna Synod which con vexed in the first evangelical Luther an Church yesterday morning to remain in session until tomorrow. Mrs. Shindel is president of the society and As such presides at the convention. Mrs. Kossman mrs. Pentz and mrs. Fox Are delegates rep resenting Pine Street lutheran Church of this City. The program for the convention is As follows wednesday 2 p. service mrs. R. Dimm reception of credentials from delegates Young Popley a service Young Peoples work mrs. C. Fickinger missionary literature for Young Peoples work miss m. Lowe. Children a hour 4 p. Watsontown Mission band appoint meet of committees and reporters announcements prayer Al hour. Wednesday 7 30 p. pre Lude. Prof. C. E. Trate Anthem by the choir scripture Reading and prayer mrs. R. G. Bannen address of Wel come mrs. W. A. Bright response mrs. F. Schoch Solo mrs. James k. Huther presidents address mrs. L. Shindel male quartet messes. Shannon. Baughart Huther trate address on Home missions Rev. J m. Anspach d. D. Thursday 9 a. service mrs. E. Date Niau open parliament conducted by mrs. Wagner topic a the Best thing our society Ever did a election of officers. Thursday 2 p. service mrs. G. P. Frymire reports of stand aug committees greeting from Synod ical societies greeting from sister societies of Watsontown symposium our general fund mrs. H. Hav ice what Are its benefits mrs. G. P. Frymire Why Loyal to it mrs. R. Dimm question Box conducted by mrs. F. H. Jenkins. Thursday 7 30 p. prelude prof. C. E. Trate Anthem by the choir scripture Reading and prayer m is. Wager papa to what shall we do for the master a a mrs. Solo mrs. S. High address a what of the future of our woman a work a a mrs. P. Krechting general president memorial tributes mrs. A. O. Mullen report of Resolution committee. Friday 9 a. service mrs. Lake reports of special committees election of Delegate to the general convention remarks Rev. A. O. Mullen pastor closing services. us or red by local applications As they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is Only one Way to cure deaf ens Anil that is by con Etlou tonal remedies. Deafness 1h caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the eustachian Tula. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can retaken out and this Tula restored to its Normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often Are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one Hundred Hollars for any Case of deafness caused by Catarrh that can of be cured by Hall s Catarrh c uie. Send or circulars free. F. Cheney amp co., hold by druggists Price 75c. Per bottle. Hall s family pills Are the Best. Personal paragraphs annual reunion. Tie fourth annual Rounion of 11 if survivors association 1x7 Roget p. V. I. Will to held in Brua Cha �.-, Gettysburg,pa.,on tuesday afternoon. June third 1902. At two of clock during the session of the department Encampment a. A. It., of Pennsylvania. After a Short business session a Camp fir. Will be held in which a number of members of the regiment and Sci eral prominent g a. R men will take part. Governor William a. Stone of company a general Joshua l. Chamber lain sex govenor of Maine brigade commander col. John e. Parsons lieutenant colonel Joseph e. Ege major George w. Merrick Captain George g. Lovett of Danville and Sev Earl other members of the regiment will be present and take part in the Camp fire. Whooping cough. A woman who has had experience with this disease tells How to prevent any dangerous consequences from it. She says on three children took whooping cough last summer on baby boy being Only three Mouths old and owing to on giving them Chamberlain s cough remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this remedy. Our oldest Little girl would Call lustily for cough syrup Between Jessie Pinkey hali., Spring Vilh Ala. This remedy is for Sale by Paules pc co. No ,2 Mill Street. Mrs. E. V. Watson of Bloomsburg ailed on friends in this City yesterday. Or. And mrs. Wesley Pegg and children misses Mary and Violet and messes Walter and Eugene left last evening for Conyngham to attend the funeral of or Pegg s Mother. C. Wobensmith one of the Atli i ils of the Central Railroad of n. J., and w. F. Barnhart of the West Shore line called on Philip h. Foust station agent at the p. Amp r. Derrot. This City yesterday. Mrs. Rudolph Krieger Ash Street called on friends in Catawissa yester Lav. Miss Daisy Mcwilliams of Williamsport called on friends in this City yesterday. Mrs Michael Driscoll West Mahoning Street left yesterday for a visit with relatives ill Bloomsburg. John r. Rote of Harrisburg left for Milton yesterday after a Short stay in this City. H. A. Argrave of lower Mulberry Street left yesterday for a Short stay in Bedford. Miss Bessie Sourson of Sunbury called on relatives in this City yesterday. Mrs. Florence White East Market Street left yesterday for a visit with friends in Shamokin. Or. N. Smith of South Danville made a professional trip to Wolverton yesterday. Or. And mrs. P. Carpenter of Sunbury called on friends in this City yesterday. Mrs. E. W. Arc enough of Sunbury called on friends in this City yesterday. Tames Ryan was a Sunbury visitor yesterday. James Scarlet esq., made a profess ional visit to Bloomsburg yesterday. Mrs. P. Mccaffrey spent yesterday with her Mother in Bloomsburg. Mrs. John of Connor Vine Street visited relatives in Bloomsburg yesterday. John Mitchell was a Sunbury visitor yesterday. P. 11. Cotter left yesterday on a business trip to Bedford. John and Harry , Walnut Street returned Home yesterday from a visit with relatives in Shamokin. W. Baldy esq., left yesterday for a Short stay in Philadelphia. Thomas Prout returned yesterday from a Short stay in Shamokin. Miss Lillian Payne and brother George of lower Mulberry Street returned Home yesterday from a visit with friends in Shamokin. Guy Hale returned yesterday from Shamokin. R. W. Bebelheimer of port Carbon Schuylkill county left yesterday for Nescopeck after sending several Days in this City. Mrs. William Magilll left yesterday for a visit in Wilkes Barre. Mrs. Sara Phaler of front Street left yesterday for a visit with her son in Numidia. Mrs. Jacob Winters spent yesterday afternoon at Boyds station. Mrs. George w. Hendricks factory Street spent yesterday with relatives in Sunbury. Joseph Patton left yesterday on a business trip. Landlord Oliver Drumheller was in sub try Aud Shamokin yesterday. Miss Alice Casey of Philadelphia left for Bloomsburg yesterday after a visit with or. Aud mrs. P. Mccaffrey Ash Street. Or. P. Hoffa of Washin Touville was a Danville visitor yesterday. Miss Anna Scringer returned Home yesterday from a visit in Shamokin. Mrs. George Lovett and Sou Joseph of Philadelphia Are the guests of or. And mrs. George Lewis Mill Street. William j. Peters of Chicago 111, Wili arrive in this City this morning for a visit with his brother tax receiver Edward w. Peters lower Mulberry Street. William Oberdorf one of Northumberland county a prominent citizens greeted his Many friends in this City yesterday. Messes. Frank Russell Frank Fry Charles Sidler and Frank Cromwell of this City drove to Sunbury last evening. Or. Aud mrs. Harry Rhodes of Northumberland returned Home last evening after a visit at the latter a parents or. Aud mrs. Christopher Snyder Ash Street. W. L. Mason returned to this City last evening after a Short visit in Bloomsburg. Mrs. Charles Hartt Ami mrs. Harry Fields returned last evening from Shiek shitty where they attended the funeral of James Johnson. Mrs Anna Ferguson fourth Street returned Home last evening from a visit in Bloomsburg. Mrs. Charles Kurtz of Sunbury spent several hours in this City last evening. Mrs. James Wright of Berwick returned Home last evening after a visit at the residence of mrs Angus Wright upper Mulberry Street. Mrs. Hattie Vanatta of Bloomsburg returned Home last evening after a Short visit at the residence of her son Lambert Orth Riverside. Frank w. Howe spent last evening in Catawissa. C a 4/ ill 4/ i in a to Vvs results from buying at our store. Yon get the most no to late goods. You it Quality on first consideration. Yon get the Best goods at the lowest prices. Yon run 110 risk whatever in buying Here for everything we sell we guarantee. Our Strong Points Are practical knowledge of Quality and buying at lowest Cash prices. Henry jeweler and . 5 a 00 a 00 a 0 a 0 a 0 0 St m to w v f to won t follow advice after paying for it. In a recent article a prominent physician says. It is next to impossible for the physician to get his patients to carry out any prescribed course of Hygiene or diet to the smallest extent he has but one resort , the drug treatment a when medicines Are used for chronic constipation the most mild and gentle obtainable bulb As it chamber lain s stomach amp liver tablets should be employed. Their use is not followed by constipation As they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition. For Sale by Paules amp co. 842 Mill Street. Will return endless Chain letters. A Wilkes Barre Telegram says that four clerks started saturday to go Over the 75,000 letters and postal cards in the Post office there addressed to the endless Chain letter firm of Vankirk amp Robins. All the letters which have return addresses on the envelopes will he sent Back to their owners. The others will go to the dead letter office and will he there opened and As Many As possible returned. Letters Are still arriving for the firm. Board of directors elected. At tin annual meeting of the United Telephone and Telegraph company held on tuesday at its offices in the Fidelity building Philadelphia reports submitted set Forth that the company is now operating 12,365 telephones with a Gross monthly Revenue of over.$2 j.000, and that the toll line business which started in september has reached $1100 per month. Contracts under which a number of Maryland companies will he consolidated will add 2000 phones to the system and toll line connection will soon he made with a number of cities in this state that will Complete Independent Telephone connection throughout the entire Eastern and Central parts of Pennsylvania. The following Board of directors was elected r. G. Park Philadelphia f. G. Hobson Norristown Edward Davis Philadelphia w. D. Barnard St. David a j. Frank Black Chester d. Mck. Lloyd Pittsburg e. Leader. Shamokin Frank h. Seely Altoona William g. Park new York h. H. Light Lebanon Ellis l. Orvis Bellefounte a. P. Light Lebanon Ward r. Bliss Chester h. C. Hamer Lancaster w. W. Kyon Shamokin George w. Taft Keuueth Square b. F. Meyers Harrisburg to. Clement Sunbury g. R. Vau Aleu Northumberland a. Yarnell Philadelphia 11. S. Thompson Potts Ville James b. Krause. Williamsport f. C. Angle Danville. The Board organized by electing Richard g. Park president a. D. Barnard vice president and e. A. Scott Secretary. The care of a watch. No loss of time. 1 have sold Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy for years and would rather be without Coffee and sugar than it. I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they Are at work again this morning. H. R. Phelps. Ply Mouth. Oklahoma. As will be seen by the above the threshers were Able to keep on with their work with out losing a single Days time. You should keep a bottle of this remedy in your Home. For Sale by Paules amp co. 842 Mill Street new uniforms received. Captain Gearhart has received the new Fibre dyed Duck uniforms and leg gins issued to company f for the coming Encampment. This is taken As an indication that the local con a Auy will he retained in the state organization As it is the first in the regiment to receive the new uniforms. The Hoys Are look aug Forward to the coming Encampment in july with an unusual degree of pleasure. The Beauty Ami the historical associations of Gettysburg the spot selected for the Encampment which awakens an interest in every citizen As the scene of the great decisive Battle Between the North Aud South appeals with double Force to the hearts of those trained in the use of arms and sworn to defend our Commonwealth and Union. The Encampment this year will give the members of the guard such an Opportunity As May never occur again to visit the great Battlefield sojourning for Days amid the attractions of the National Park and the famous cemetery wherein so Many Brave defenders sleep Aud tin monuments erected by the different regiments out vie each other in the Beauty of their design and impressiveness. Sciatic rheumatism poured after fourteen years of suffering. A a i have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years a a says Josh Edgar of Germantown. Cal. 1 was Able to be around but constantly suffered. I tried everything 1 could hear of and at last was told to try chamberlains pain Balm which i did and was immediately relieved and in a Short time cured and i am Happy to say it has not since returned. Why not use thai liniment and get Well. It is for Sale by Paules amp co no. 2- 2 Mill Stree birthday party. Mrs. Enoch Cook Sidler Hill was tendered a Surprise party saturday evening in Honor of her birthday. Vocal and instrumental music were the features of the evening. Refreshments were served. Those present were or. And mrs. Harry Marshall or. And mrs. F. Cook and children Garfield John Rachel and m. F. Cook jr., mrs. Emma arms and daughters Blanche and Helen mrs. B. F. Cook and children Charles and Stella or. And mrs. Wilson Ryan and Sou Albert Clyde Aud Elmer of this City or. And mrs. William h. Cook misses Cora Lormer and Irene Hollabaugh Aud Charles Marshall of Bloomsburg and or. And mrs. Charles Cook and daughters Maude Irene and Minnie of Kase Ville. Traction engine comes to town. Next to a circus passing through town there is nothing that creates so much interest As a traction engine. The automobile has become common place but the traction engine still enjoys the Charm of Novelty. There is something in its very crudity that attracts. It i it probably a Success when it comes to furnishing Power for a threshing machine or a portable saw Mill but there is something in its lumbering Clumsy gait in its sudden stops and its jerks that strikes one that the machine was never made for locomotion it simply gets along somehow. Yesterday brought the first traction engine of the season. As a a time killer it Well sustained its record occupying upwards of an hour in passing through town. Before reaching the River Bridge a messenger was sent across to warn vehicles of All sorts to remain on the other Side until the engine effected a crossing. It was a startling proposition involving a. Delay of anywhere from Twenty minutes to half an hour hut no Oue cared to dispute the right of Way in the Bridge. Among those held up were the Mccormick bus Daniel Shultz and Adams express Wagon returning from the noon train. It was regarded As a pretty hard restriction to place upon the u. S. Mail and Adams express hut they waited and it was observed that All parties kept in Good humor. Clerk and Carrier examination. The United states civil service commission announces that on my 28, 1902, an examination will be held in this City for tin positions of clerk and Carrier in the Post office service. This examination offers an excellent for entering the Federal service to Bright energetic Young persons who Are not afraid of hard work and tin commission Hopes that a Large number of intelligent Active persons will present themselves for this examination. It May be stated that there is a wider Field for advancement Ujj on Merit in the Federal service than in Many private employments. The nature of the examination is a test of practical general intelligence and of adaptability in Post office work. The age limitations for this examination Are As follows All positions 1 to 4. A years. All persons who have been examined for the position of clerk or Carrier within the past year and failed to pass May be reexamined upon filing new applications in due time. All applicants male and female must have the medical certificate in form 101 executed. Male applicants must be at least 5 it. 4 in. In height and weigh not less than 125 pounds. The names of All male eligible will he entered on both the clerk and Carrier registers and appointment from either Register will remove the Eligi bless name from both registers. This examination is held to secure eligible for appointment either to existing vacancies in the present Force or for an increase of Force which it is expected will in made after july 1 next. This examination is open to All citizens of the United states who comply with the requirements. Competitors will he rated without regard to any consideration other than the qualifications shown in their examination papers and eligible will be certified strictly in accordance with the civil service Law and rules for application Blank form 101full instructions specimen examination questions Aud information relative to the duties and salaries of the different positions application should he made to the undersigned. K. B. Diehl Secretary postal Board. No an Lineni la Okular winding mid a proper Pool ton. Generally speaking the understanding of Public As to what should reasonably he expected from a watch and How it is to be treated is very limited. A Little instruction in this regard May Benefit the people As Well As protect watchmakers from undeserved censure. A watch must to Well treated if it is required to perform Well its duty. Nobody neglects a Large engine or any kind of extended and complicated machinery. Slio utmost care is taken to observe ils working Day and night and it is no More than natural to believe that a watch containing the smallest and most complicated mechanism demands extraordinary attention Enro and Protection As Well As Large machinery. A watch even if of very Good Quality can Only give satisfaction if it is treated with regard to its Subtle construction. Its possessor must prevent it from falling or being knocked about. A jump from a Street car has More it an once caused a Good timepiece in me jumpers pocket to change its rate. A watch must be kept clean and in a clean place. Dust and Small particles of the pocket lining gather continuously in the pockets and even the Best fitting Case cannot prevent dirt finding its Way to the wheels and pivots of the movement. Watch pockets should he turned inside out and cleaned at regular intervals. A w atch ought to be wound regularly at about the same hour every Day. The Best time to do this is in tie morning for two reasons first because the hours of rising and dressing Are More regular with most people than their hours of disrobing and retiring second because the full Power of the mainspring is More Likely to reduce to u minimum the irregularities caused by the movements of the owner during the Day. When not carried in the pocket a watch should always hang by its ring in the same position As it is worn. As u Rule watches will run with a different rate when Laid Down. Only High Grade watches Are adjusted to positions Aud will show Only a few seconds difference in Twenty four hours while common watches May be out several minutes in one night. Ladles often complain that their watches do not run regularly. This May be on account of smaller size and More difficult regulating but the main reason for the faulty rate is to he found in the fact that ladies do not always carry their watches and consequently often forget to wind them. Never leave a Hunting ease watch open during a considerable length of time. A careful observer will find in the morning a layer of a lust on the Crystal of a watch that has been open during the night. That dust will find its Way into the movement. The dust on the outside of the ease will be unconsciously rubbed off by the wearer but when the watch is closed the dust inside of the Case must remain there. Do you get up with a Lane Back ? kidney trouble makes you miserable. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by or. Kilmer s swamp Root the great kidney liver and bladder remedy. It is the great medical Triumph of the nine to Teeth Century discovered after years of scientific research by or. Kilmer the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame Back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brights disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble. Or. Kilmer a swamp Root is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so Many ways in Hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to 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 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 Root. Dollar sizes Are sold by All Good druggists. It you Istir s notices. A mop iter today t Ake for a child. A marshmallow cat or mouse cake is suggested by Good housekeeping As suitable for a birthday cake. Children to All Akk Detork Koa Tbs am Otic or pkg so ins in i i St kit not it time is hereby Given that the following named a arsons did on the Date affixed to their names file the accounts of their administration to the estate of those persons deceased and guardian accounts a a. Whose names Are hereinafter mentioned in the office of the Register for the probate of wills and granting of letters of administration in and for the county of Montour and that the same will be presented to the orphans court of said county for confirmation and allowance on monday the 2111� Day of i May., a. It. 1102, at the meeting of the court in the afternoon. March 20 first and final account of Naomi v. Hartman administer matrix of the estate of Wellington Hartman late of Cooper township Montour county and state of Pennsylvania. Deceased. April 4�?-account of Charles a. Wagner. Administrator of the estate of John Marshall late of Limestone township Montour county and state of Pennsylvania deceased. April 9 first and final account of Charles p. Gearhart guardian of Kate Edwards a minor child of Richard Edwards. Late of Montour county deceased. April 11 first and final account of Janies Oglesby. Executor of tie last will and testament of Sarah j. Johnson late of the Borough of Danville Mouton comity and state of Pennsylvania deceased. April 26�?first and final account of win. Kase we St guardian of Jerome d. Saul a minor child of James f. Saul late of Derry township Montour county and state of Pennsylvania. Deceased said minor having attained the age of Twenty one years. W. L. Sidler. Register. Registers office Danville. A. April 26th. 1902. Mouse cake for a birthday. Will appreciate it. Prepare the Mico first. Gently Mold the marshmallows with the lingers into elongated shape and with a Needle threaded two double with line White thread put in the whiskers every time wiping the Needle with a dump cloth. For the eyes and nose use pen and Ink. The ears Are tiny squares of White note paper folded diagonally and carefully pressed into the head. The Tail Mude of no. 0 White Cotton is put in place with the scissors Point. Eagles Mere. A Fine Well written Booklet describing the beauties and comforts of the a a Lake of eagles a the newest Aud one of the Best of summer resorts in Pennsylvania situated on a Mountain Ridge in the Hemlock forests of Sullivan county but in Quick convenient reach from any part of Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia amp Reading railway has been just published Aud will be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent stamp by Edson j. Weeks general passenger agent Philadelphia amp Reading railway Reading terminal Philadelphia. The Danville Bessemer company held its annual meeting tuesday in Camden. These officers and directors were elected president n. B. Witt Man Secretary and treasurer Horatio n. Day directors w. Baldy f. P. Kindly take notice that Ely s liquid Cream Balm is of great Benefit to those sufferers from nasal Catarrh who can not inhale freely through the nose but must treat themselves by spraying. Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stood for years at the head of remedies for Catarrh. It May be used in any nasal atomizer. The Price including a spraying tube is 75 ets. Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street new York. How n. B Wittman g. H. B. Child a thrilling escape. Clyde the Little son of Philip Mac Kert of Sunbury escaped a horrible death monday by the closest margin imaginable. While attempting to Cross the Railroad track Oil South third Street he fell headlong in front of an engine. People turned their Heads aside to Avert the horrible spectacle expecting that the child would be killed. The engine fortunately was running slowly and the Engineer was Able to bring it to a standstill just As another revolution of the wheels would have ground the child to death Martin and a. Loudon Snowden. President Wittman in Bis annual re port said that tin company was in a j prosperous condition. John g. Brown for Many years identified with the printing and stationery 1 business in this City Lias accepted a position with the inter National Silver company at Meriden conn., and will leave for that place next week. His family will remain in this City for the present. Or. Brown Lias just returned from Meriden. College of Musio. The summer term Ltd this Well known school of music will begin july 21, six weeks instruction and Board for $88 As All schools have vacation at this time it gives an Opportunity to school children and teachers to attend. Parents desiring a Home like school for their children should Send for catalogue to Henry b Moyer fre Kivko a. Why wrinkle come. Some faces contract wrinkles at quite an Early stage of youth. Little children not in the least had tempered often sleep with a frown upon their faces and this habit leads to a wrinkled forehead. But the wrinkles thus formed Are not the ugliest by any Means. Those most to he dreaded arc the Little lines which appear round the eyes and Mouth from the falling away or the had condition of the skin of the face. In some cases this is due to an ver dryness of the skin and Here facial Massage does wonders with the application of really proper skin foods and creams fur its nourishment. Fanlo Ruble Yelling. The shops Are showing novel veiling in immense quantities. Yells ending just at the upper lip have been the Mode in Paris All Winter and though received very coldly at first on this Side the water will no doubt soon gain recognition. Something the same effect is Given by a complexion veil of White Millnes overlaid by a flue Black Nesb to some three or four inches from the Edge at which Point it finishes leaving a Broad Border of the Plain White mesh dotted with Black Chenille. If properly adjusted this gives much the appearance of the parisian veil lost hair a a my hair came out by the handful and the Gray hairs began to creep in. I tried Ayers hair vigor and it stopped the hair from coming out and restored tie mrs. Al . No Tass. There a a pleasure in offering such a preparation As Ayers hair vigor. It gives to so who use it such satisfaction. The hair becomes thicker longer softer and More Glossy. And you fee so secure in using such an old and reliable prepare t�0n. $1.60 a bottle. All dry guts. If your drug re it it Supply you. Stud us one do or at "�?~11 a a press you a Bott. Lie Sun and give the Nannc of your nearest express Ollie. Address j. It. A yer Ltd >., Lowell. Maas dissolution notice. Notice is hereby Given that tin partnership subsisting Between f. P. Johnson of Danville a and l r. B. F. Din Miick of Columbus Ohio under the name of the Acme trouser amp skirt Hanger co has beg dissolved by Mutual consent. F. P. Johnson or b. F dim Mick Larrius not k. In the orphans court of Montour county. In the matter of the first and filial account of William c. Runyan. Administrator of the estate of Catharine Johnson late of the township of Derry county of Mouton and state of Pennsylvania deceased. The undersigned appointed auditor by the aforesaid court to distribute the balance in the hands a it of tie said accountants to and Quiong i he parties found to be legally entitled t hereto will attend to t he Dot is of his said appoint int at the Register and recorder s office in the court House in the Borough of Danville i�?Ta., on outlay june 2nd, 1002,at to o clock in the Forenoon of said Day when and where All persons having claims against the said fund Are required to present and prove the same or he debarred from coming in upon the said fund. William l. Sidler. Auditor Danville la a. a notice. State of Hiram bleeder late of the Borough of Danville in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania. Deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration on the above estate have in ii granted to tin undersigned. All persons indebted to the said estate arc required to make payment and those having claims and demands against tie said estate will make known the same without delay to Martha m. . Administer matrix of Lliam bleeder. Deceased. Do in i St it a to u a not 1cf estate of Jacob r. Stine late of the township of West Hemlock in the county of Montour and state of Pennsylvania deceased. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration d. I. It., upon the above estate have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to the said estate Are required to make payment and those having claims or demands against the said estate will make known the same without delay to stink. Administrator d. 1�, n. Of Jacob r. Stine deceased. To. Address Shenoda in a. Edwa Krisay re Graniti Takt. Counsel. Waitville tuesday May 20th. My w a. / a it r f a o a a a a by a a a a a l leg. In i a grandest greatest purest fairest amusement Enterprise on Earth. Three rings two stages Ilaff mile race track. Scores of original features one Hundred phenomenal acts 25 clowns�?~_2o Hurricane races 10,000 seats one million Dollar menagerie of 50 Dens droves of camels herds of elephants. The. Unrivalled gymnasts m an a incomparable unique creation. Splendid in organization. Magnificent in presentation. The world s Best circus Talent. Americans greatest performers. Europe a greatest performers. Accomplishing the most novel unique and sensational fears of angelic Grace and hazardous daring Ever attempted. Remarkable achievements. I Ofa it Croce Ujah 1, a Cal a Lack i Ituk -3 Quot Sterll a Jurome Letow Kier a Auci 7. Cal latin it Ott Quot l by a we a continuous display of marvelous performances by a mighty Congress of original notables lost of whom Are seen this season for the first i if in America. A headache remedy that cures. After years of careful study and experiments we have found a remedy that will cure headache in nearly every Case with the first dose. It is a Tablet put no in handsome boxes of fifteen t tablets for ten cents. One Tablet is a Dost. They contain nothing harmful and no bad after effects can come from their use. They Are endorsed by some of the leading physicians. Or. S. U. Kill re of Bloomsburg. Says i have tried nearly All headache remedies on the Market and think there is none equal to yours. 1 would not be without them for ten times their Cost a ask your dealer for a Sample. K a manufactured by a Moyer Bro wholesale drug lists Bloomsburg a. Salt Liy All dealers Riany trained animals in new and novel acts exhibiting the brains of beasts and patience of Man including educated elephants Baboons monkeys dogs goats pigs and donkeys. Wallace s circus Day program. 10 a. M.�=the grand Street Parade. A unique combination of glorious Street carnival spectacular Street fair a zoological display horse fair and glittering pageants. 1 amp 7 p. M.=-doors open to the immense water proof tents. 1 15 amp 7 15 p. . Bronson a concert band of renowned soloist musicians begin a 45 minute grand Eon Ert on the Center stage. 2 amp 8 p. feature performance begins comprising multitudinous overwhelming indescribable Gumnic acrobatic spectacular Aerial trained animal hip to dramatic feats. New York Tribune Farmer. New old Pape for sixty cats the Nkw-you1c i Lily 1k11 Une has own a National week it news a. Re a. Almost entirely by Farmers. Did has it Ltd a a vol. Licence and support of tin Arneri. A people a a a never attained by any similar . The new York Tribune a k is made absolutely it a tarn., is and then. 1 t first number was issued november 7th. Owl. Every department of agricultural Industry by special contributor Are Radt is. Of Tive lines and the Kiiu be Farmer i be 1 it every sense a Helph lass up it Date. Live. Put agricultural paper profusely Ihns rated w i Tuie or live Stock Model farm l Ulim a and a an cultural machinery. It it Farmers wives sons and daughters will m j pages for their entertainment. Regular Price. $1.00 per year but you can let it w your favorite Home weekly newspaper. A i h Montou american one year for . So till your subscriptions and Money to Init a it Tofu american. Inv Iii. In a. Send your Unnic Una a nil drum to the new Yukii to Iii be paid Sikit new Vork City Ami a free a ample copy will lie mulled to you

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