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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 19 June 1903

SASDYSTON. TAUTAC. WE CAN PLEASE S THE YOUHG LIAfl k5 Tlic l'oung Man's Clothes must be exactly right for he is always posted on what's what how long the coat should be, what's the latest cut in Waistcoats whatts the correct width for Trousers, etc., etc. We're after these young men who know when clothes are right. New Spring ideas the natty .and handsome Scotch effects and Fancy Worsteds, single and double breasted. Lots that's new to lc seen here now. Such moderate suit prices as these prevail: $5.00, $7.00 and $8.75 1 J. Clothier From East Stroudsburg, A SEASONABLE REMEDY Emulsion of Puro Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphitcs of Lima and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for SOc. Preftcrlptlon crlptlona II p r" 0 O Hretf Str. iVoMdid Hi l. L.m6rson & uo.j po?ni Com tJ0 Next Door to Clean and Pure brewed BEVERAGES Beer, Port, Ale . like those of THE DEER PARK BREW COMPANY Port Jervis, N. Y,, are healthy and highly recommended for both Sick and Well I Our -DR. J. KELLY, Hilford, Piko ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 19 June 1903

JUDGEJSLMIGy Of Hornellsville,N.Y., Hands Down an Important Decision Jurlgw Tame H. Clancy of Hornelln ville, N. Y., and one of the most prom Inent members of the, bnr in that historic town, docidrd recently thnt as agsinst Htood and Liver trouble, Dr. David Ken nedy's Favorite Remedy was worthy of the hijfhest praise. He sayi : "I have used Dr. David Kennedy' Favorite Romedy and ltronjrly rec ommend it for its sood effect in my case for liver trouble and blood dis order. It built me ritrht up and I improved frreatly In health." Geo. H. Tifft of 878 River street, Troy, N. Y., suffered from liver trouble and hi blood was all out of order and after usinf 'Favorite Remedy," hcs this to say : "For anyone suffering: from that run down or tired out feeling, caused by blood or liver trouble, Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is the best medicine you can buy. I hava used it and t know." The one sure cure for diseases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and blood, rheu matism, dysprpsia and chr...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 26 June 1903

7 Cart Oflictll ir u isi A J VOL. VIII. MILFOHl), PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 2G, 190.1. NO. 34. o I! ! i V THE WASHINGTON LETTER. With the publication of the reply of Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Bristow to the Tulloch charges, the posroffice investigation took a fresh start thin week, and ha lienn a ! tn oi t the Bole topic discussed in official Washington. Bristow's reply so thoroughly supporte the charges preferred by Tulloch and reflected so gravely on the adininistritton of Px-Postmaster General Smith and ex First Assist ant Postmaster General Uenlh that they produced n sensation nd when it was discovered, liv a comparison of dates, that Postmaster General Payne "vas in receipt of the Bristow reply on May 4 and that it. was not until May 16 that gave his now famous interview in which he said that. Tulloch's statement waa it "stump 8Moh." "hot air," etc., and that unless Tulloch could "make good" he should be "branded aa a slanderer and a "back-biter," the demand for...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 26 June 1903

J PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, June 20, 1903. Pltm.lSIIftU KVFHT FHIDAY. OrFIC'H, DROWK'8 BUILDIWl HHOAUPT. srnscHiPTiitN: O.nr Year One dollar and fifty cent. Hi X Mhntiir Sevetity-tlve renin. BTBICTI.Y IN A DVANCK, Rtitmwl n the ift olTlr of Mllfnrd, I'lke County, PiMinsylvmilfl,, iw second oln raiHUir, November twenty-Unit, MWi. Advertising Rates. Ono qusre(elrht linns), one insertion -l .00 k'.u-li Biiimllillt Insertion W Kiiliicerf rut, fiii-nishnl nn nppttcatliin, will bo allowed ywirly mlvertli-'prs? Legal Advertising. tnd Executor'! notices J"" A mlitor'B notices - J '" hlpnrro noting - ... n.OU Sliorltl'H sales. Orphans court sales, I',... 'l'r.diif-f,r'a suit's. Comity State incut iind election proclamation oliar?etl by the square. J, II. Vn Bttcn, PUBLIHHRR, Mllford, Pike County, Pa. JJXCOUflA OIXG BLOODSHED Rev. R A. El wood, pnatur of tlm Olivet Prcahyterinn church at Wil mington, Del., Is hold to be lnrgely responsible for the lynching of the negro White nonr that city. ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 26 June 1903

SAXDYSTON. MATAMOKAS. 1 S VE CAfl PLEASE . 5 I (It YUUilU UA.i Tlio Young Man's Clothes must lc exactly right, for he is always posted on what's what how long the coat should be, what's the latest cut in Waistcoats, whatts the correct width for Trousers, etc., etc. We're' after these young men who know when clothes are right. New Spring ideas the natty and handsome Scotch effects and Fancy Worsteds, single and double breasted. Lots that's new to lie seen here now. Such moderate suit prices as these prevail: $5.00, . $7.00 and $8.75 J. SILVERMAN, Clothier From East Stroudsburg, A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Puro Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphitcs of Limo and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for 50c. Pre H. E. Emersop & Co., "3 c Compound Next Door to Clean and Pure brewed BEVERAGES Beer, Port, Ale like those of THE DEER PARK BREW COMPANY Port Jervis, N. Y,, are healthy and highly recommended for both Sick and Well Our friend DR. J. KELLY, Milford, Piko Co., Pa. Who handles our bee...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 26 June 1903

nrrp Ay It is ' Putting Off" Till Some Other Day that Causes so Many Sudden Deaths. If Its for the kidneys, liver, blnrtiler or blfiod, rheumatism, dyspepsia, ihronic constipation, or the weaknesses peculiar to women, the most efficient mcrtitinc known to the medical profession is Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, d a very simple way to find out if you ueed It, is to put soma m ine in a glass tumbler and let it aland 24 hours ; if it has a sedi ment or a milky, cloudy appearance, if it is ropy or stringy, pale or discolored, you do not need a physician to tell you that your kidneys and bladder are badly aiTected, The Rev. Theodore Hunter, pastor of the Presbyterian Chv.rch, Greensburff, Ky., writes us the following: "It gives me much pleasure to state that 1 have received great benefit from the use of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy. Some time ntjo I had a severe attack of kidney trouble, but a few bottles of 'Favorite Remedy" have entirely removed the malady." "Favorite Reme...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 July 1903

03 01 Cos i 11 II VOL. VIII. MILF01U), PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1903. NO. 35. THE WASHINGTON LETTER. Postmaster General Payne has no Intention of resigning from tho cabi net in the Immediate future. This statement was made to your corros Mndent by 'the postmaster general himself when his attention was called to the fact that numerous reports have been sent out from Washington to the effect, that, owing to his poor health, the criticism of the public press, etc., he would offer his resignation almost Immediately. It Is learned moreover, that In making plans for the coming summer, which was done at the last cabinet meeting before the president left for Oyster Hay, the presence of Mr. Payne In Washington for at least a month more and his permanent retention of his present place was counted on. .Senator Ilanna, who spent Friday in Washington, said before leaving that there was no truth in the statement telegraphed from Cleveland that he had come to Washington to confer with the...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 July 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. rrwky, July 3, 1903. PI'IIIjIHIII-.I) F.VF.RY rWIDAV, OFFICE, BROWH'S HUIMMNOj BROAD PT. One YKAROne dollar and fifty cents. HiX Months Seventy-live cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCK. K.ntTol at the post office of Milford, I'lke County, Ponnsyivmiin, i olnsa matter', November twenty-flint, lsyfl. Advertising Rates. OrmsqvmrWoisrlit Hnna),nnlnM'rt1im -11.00 Kieh sulisenuent Insertion .50 K'lliieeit rules, fnrnislnil on application will be allowed yenrly advemisora. Legal Advertising. Administrator' nnd Kxeoilor'i nottrt8 - S.Ofi A mlitor'n notices ; -fc4 i livorce notict-s . ... o.oo Slierilt'n snlcs. OridmiiH court snl IJniint.v Tr'nHnrpr's finli. Comity htitte- nient nnd election proclamation charged by the square. J. H. Van KUen, PuMLIuliha, Milford, Pike County, Pa. A BITTER CHURCH FIG II T Down in Eiston tbere Iins been a Ions and bitter flsht in tbe First Reformed chnrch of which Dr Kieffor is pastor. At a recent eleo tion for assistant superintendent of the Sunday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 July 1903

C"3 mam mrMr THE Tlio Young Man's Clothes must bo exactly right for lie is always posted on what's what how long the coat should be,. what'H the latest cut in Waistcoats, vhatts the correct width for Trousers, etc., etc. We're after these young men who know when clothes are right. New Spring ideas the natty and handsome Scotch effects and Fancy Worsteds, single and double breasted. Lots that's new to l)e seen here now. Such moderate suit prices a.s these prevail: $3.00, $7.00 and $8.75 J. SILVERMAN, Clothier From Head to Foot. East Stroudsburg, - - - Penn'a. A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Puro Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for 50c. rorlptlons p f tf Next Door to Clean and Pure brewed BEVERAGES Beer, Port, Ale like those of THE DEER PARK BREW COMPANY Port Jervis, N. Y are healthy and highly recommended for both Sick and Well Our friend DR. J. KELLY, Milford, Pike Co., Pa. Who handles our beer Exclusively will cheerfully take all orders ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 July 1903

THE PRESIDENT Of the City Council, Wilkes barre, Pa., Cured of " Rheumatism. Col. ffm, J. Harvey, a president of Wilkesbarre's city council, who will long be remembered for his great work for the citv, was once a mere physical wreck, ! torn In every muscle and nerve from the frightful pains caused by rheumatism. He consulted the beat physicians, went abroad, took mud baths, and almost every known treatment for the din A friend had had a very similar experience and Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Rem edy had cured him, so he recommended this great kidney medicine to Col. Harvey and he is to-day a well man. hale and hearty. He writes straight to the point: Dr. David Kfnnfpy, Dear Sir : This is to certify that I was permanently cured of rheuma tism by the use of Dr. David Ken nedy's Favorite Remedy. IVsi, J. Harvey. Rheumatism Is but another name for oric acid poisoning which is caused pri marily by diseased kidneys. Cure your kidney and the rheumatism disappears. For all diseases of the ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 10 July 1903

o , , i I . S .1 j) I I! II li ii ill 03 YOL. VIII. MILF01JI), PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 190.1 NO. 3G. T: ii THE WASHINGTON LETTER. Secretary Hay has left Washington and la visiting his daughter at New port. Just before he left Washington he said to a visitor thivt he had one thing more to do liefore leaving the city and that was to make up his war calendar. Noting his visitor's sur prise he explained. "I am driven to this extremity hy the newspaper, which are bound to plunge our coun try Into war with somebody at every turn. The other morning it was with Germany because the report had gotten out that the order for the naval visit to Kiel had been counter manded. Today, I believe, it Is with Russia because of an unexpected snub for the Jewish note, tomorrow It Is liable to be with England because of Heaven knows what the fall of American stock on the London Ex change, maybe. Now the trouble with reports, especially during the warm weather when ordinary news Is dull, Is that...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 10 July 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, July 10, 1903. PUIITjIHIIRIJ kvf.hy fkioav. OKflCK, BROWN'S BUILIMNO BROAD PT. RrFlSCRIPTIO: One Yp.a r One (iollitr and fifty renin. Bix Months Seventy-live cents. STBK'TI.Y IN ADVANCK. filtered at the post nflleo of Mllfnrtl, flltfj County, Fennnylvtiiili, na second olu-ia matter,' Sovombur twenty-unit, 1WK). Advertising Rates. OuesqunrelelKlir II noxl.nnn Insertion -11.00 Kt.vM subsequent insertion - - .t0 Reduced rules, (iinilHhcil on nppliuatloii Will be allowed yourly Advertisers. Legal Advertising. Administrator' and Kxociitor'i notices .... 3.00 Auditor's notice! 4 .IK) Divorce notices ft. on Hlierlfl's sales, Orpliann court onli'S, f.'.iinitr Treii-nirer'a sales, t'olinty state tii'.Mifc and election proclamation clmrtfed by the square. J. II. Tan Ettttn, PlIBLISHKH, MUford, Pike County, Pa Of coiirne bars could be put across the windows of the postofllco depart' merit, but this would make it a too comfortable jail. The "enemy's country" has sprea...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 10 July 1903

i i SANDYSTON. MAST HOl'Ii MATAMORAS. WE CAN PLEASE THE YOUFIG MAN The Young Man's Clothes must be exactly right for he is always posted on what's what how long the coat should 1)C, what's the latest cut in Waistcoats, whatts the correct width for Trousers, etc., etc. We're after these young men who know when clothes' are right. New Spring ideas the natty and handsome Scotch effects and Fancy Worsteds, single and double breasted. Lots that's new to be seen here now. Such moderate suit prices as these prevail: $5.00, $7.00 and $8.75 J. SILVERMAN, g Clothier From East Stroudsburg, A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Pure Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for 50c. ffrerlptlon Oarfully tmpoundtd H. E. Emerson & Co., S JJflT Next Door to Clean and Pure brewed BEVERAGES Beer, Port, Ale like those of THE DEER PARK BREW COMPANY Port Jervis, N. Y,, are healthy and highly recommended for both Sick and Well Our friend DR. J. KELLY, Milford, Piko Co., ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 10 July 1903

Is like Haying with a loaded Gun. If you have Kid ney Trouble attend to it at once. It Is essy tn Ml whether ymir Kidney orlila'Mer'arccliseawrt. Take a bottle or glass tutnliler and till It with urine. If there is a sediment a powder-like sub. stance afterstandinn a day and night, if it is pale or discolored, ropy or stringy, there Is something wrong with the Kid revs. Other sure signs of disease ere a deiire to tinn.ue often, jiain in the back, or if your urine stains linen. There Is no question that Dr. Da'id Kennedy's Favorite Remedy. i the best and sure-it medicine In the world for dis eases of the Kidneys, Liver, Rlndderand Blood. Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Chronio Constipation, and the sicknesses peculiar to women. It quickly relieves and cures Inability to hold urine and the necesnity of getting up a number of times during the night, and puts an end to the scalding pain when passing urine. The Rev. Henry P. Miller, pastor Pap. tist Church, Spartenburg, 8. C, writes: " For years ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 July 1903

o,l Cm 11 ililtY J ) ro i r7 IJL 4jUo 0 r rr 'jjo 'J teen VOL. VIII. MILFOIID, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FUIIUY, JULY 17, 1903. NO. 37. SHORT WASHINGTON ITEMS The democracy is keeping fully apace of Us osual record In procuring lue. The Missouri boodlers cannot be reused by Mr. Bryan of ever having objected to free-silver. 1 la run Van Sternburg received formal notice from Berlin of bin promotion to rank ot Ambassador. Secretary of the Navy Moody de clared lynching no widespread a to warrant a Ftderal Inw to stop the evil. What la this we hear, a Pennsyl vania office-holder returning to the atate treasury $250 drawn by mis take What? Congressman LI I tuner wrote to Secretary Root, offering to aid the Investigation of army glove contracts In any way In his power. It Is believed In Washingtou that Count CassinI, who has gone home to Russia on leave, will not come back to this country a Ambassador. The postoffice department discon tinued the contract for purchasing time Indicators from the Pos...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 July 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, July 17, 1903. PUnUSlIKI) I'VERV f'KIOAV. OKFIOB, BROWH'8 BUrLPlHU BROAD RT, bvhscbiption: Onk Year One dollar nml flfty cents. Hix Months Heventy-tlve cents. STKICTt.Y IX ADVASCK. Entprod . the pout oflflra of Mllfnnl, I'lke County, Pi-nnsylvnnm. ns si--,,m olnaa matter, November twenty-tlrst, Intnl. Advertising Rates. Onn innre(olrht lines). one Insertion tl .00 KiK-h auli'qilllt Insertion ------- J Heduceil rut.', furnished on Application will be allowed yenrly ndvertisors. Legal Advertising. Administrator'! mid Exeo.itor's notices 8.'K Auditor' noticeB l)ivin notices - SlinrifT'a shIcs, Orphans court snli-s, f!oint.v TrcfisDivr'i sales. County stnli' nrat ind elwtlon proclamation oftni'K-tl by tbe square. J. B. Van Etten, PunilUHER, Mllford. Pike County, Pa AXEXT THE JUDICIAL VISTRIC7 The judicial oampnign Is boing transferred to Pike and the wreliin inary skirmishes are now going on C. B. Staples was here Wednesday, and yesterday a renresenntive oi H....

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 July 1903

A1.VTAM0K.VS. SVNDYNTON. FLIE3 FLED THE HAMMOCK. t.N i i WE CAH PLEASE THE YOWIG L1AH S The Young Man's C"l1 lies w- bo exactly right for lie is always posted on what's what, how long the coat should be, what's the latest cut in Waistcoats, what;s the correct width for Troiuers. etc., etc. We're after these young men who know when clothes arc right. New Spring ideas the natty and handsome Scotch effects and Fancy Worsteds, single and double breasted. Lots that's new to be seen here now. Such moderate suit prices as these $7.00 and Clothier From East Stroudsburg, A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Pure Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites of Li mo and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for SOc. Prescription 1 H. E. Emerson & Co., " uareruny ctmpeuna 23?" Next Door to Clean and Pure brewed BEVERAGES Beer, Port, Ale like those of THE DEER PARK BREW COMPANY Port Jervis, N. Y,, are healthy and highly recommended for both Sick and Well Our friend DR. J. KELLY, Kilford, Piko Co., Pa. Who handles...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 July 1903

(TVS Vcili llotjtaro ilia Insurance Companies would not insure the Rev. J. W. Yeisley because he had Kidney Trouble. Mr. Yeisley was much discouraged till a friend recommended Dr. David Kn nedy '8 Favorite Remedy and it cured him. Mr. Yeisley write: "My kidneva and liver were in hnt condition and I was anxious for relief. I had tried mny remedies without success I bought a bottle of 'Favor ite Kuinedy,' wlik.h effectively proved its merit. The best proof that jt has co'iipletulv cured me Is my recent ac ceptance by four different life inBur tuci companies." The Rev. Mr. Yeisley is the pastor of the First Reformed Church of St. Paris, Ohio, and Is as well the editor of the St. Paris Dispatch, i There is no question that Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy is the best and surest medicine in tha world for dis eases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and blood.rhemnatism, dyspepsia and chronic constipation, as well as the weakncsse peculiar to women. It quickly relieves and cures inability ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 24 July 1903

t .r iv .M ) U Ii ll V Ccj' t'fflc J VOL VI IT. MILFOUI), PIKE COUNTY, PA., Fill I) AY, eTULY 24, 190.,. NO. 38. ii ii k W. , f SHORT WASHINGTON ITEMS Of course Russia don't have to read the petition carefully. About the average democratic progress has been made during the past week In the Issue hunt. It is learned that President Castro captured three revolutionists in the gallant charges made last week and the week before. It is believed that the New York Commercial Advertiser started the wild rumor that the Bryan editorial pump was sucking Hand. An agreement has apparently been reached between Hussia and this country whereby Manchurinn ports are to be opened by the Chinese authorities to American trade. The Washington Post prints an editorial under the legend '-Cleveland and the Third Term." Oh yes, it will be remembered that there was, some weeks ago, a Cleveland third term boom wandering around loose. It is now proposed to grab up the Cleveland sentiment en masse and leave it ov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 24 July 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, July 21, 1903. rirniiHiiKO f.vp.hy khiday. OFFICE, BROWN'S HUH,I)IN(1 nROAPPT, si'bschiption: Onk Year One dollar unci fifty cento. Hix Months Seventy-live centH. BTHH'TI.Y IN ADVANf'K. Kntertxt it the post olTlcn of Mllfntd, Pike Cimnty, IN'nnsylvrtiitft. ficeonil olass mutter, NovimilKT twenty Orst, IW Advertising Rates. O iftfqimn,(nl(5rhtlinfif,onotnsi'rttnn -ft 0 K urh suhscuut'iit Insertl-m ------- .5.) Kutlticfd nitia, furnlshi il nn npplicntion will be allowwl yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. Administrator's and Kx'cittir'fl lllltlopfl 8.10 Auditor's nntlcos 4.1" Divorce notices fi.'Hl Hliwilt's B.ilrs, Orphans court nle Countv Treasurer's sales. County Mutt tnnt and election pnx'laiuatlon charged by the square. J. H. Vn Ettt.il, PuHLiHIIKII, Milford, Pike County, Va. To Estimate Quantities In some sections it is cuHtomary to sell bay by measurement, in a mow, 512 cubic feet is allowed for a ton. Tbis approximates as closoly 08 possible, to a...

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