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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 28 August 1903

SEMI-ANN CLEARANCE SALE The edict lias gone forth ! Out goes every stitch of the remaining lines of our SPUING' AND SUMMER STOCK. No matter what the lows, we are determined to close out everything left. In a nutshell this gives you the reason for this tremendous sacrifice, PRICES ARE CUT TO POINT whence buying is irrcsistalde. Thrifty rticn will buy for next seasons use, if they have no need for clothing now. No event of a like nature ever offered up such rich "plums." The stock embraces all our lines of Clothing, Mats and Furnishings, and an assurance of "lightness"' in every particular Here are some of our prices and we feel that they will certainly attract you to this great sale: Men's swell summer suits, Blue Serges in gorgeous array. These suits are regular 12 sellers and bonanzas at that. Our special price - - $8.50 Men's Suits Here's a good all-around suit for either business or dress combines all the beauty,- fit and wearing qualities of regular $10 suits Our special price -...

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. — 28 August 1903

? Why is it that Ayer's Hair Vigor does so many remark able things? Because it is a hair food. It feeds the hair, puts new life into if. Tiie hair cannot keep from growing. And gradually pll the dark, rich color of early life comes back to gray hair. "Whn T flr.t nM Aypr'n Fulr V1e"r my hir w:t, about nil Kr:tv. lint miff It n n nicft rtrh blnrk, Hurt n, tl'f.'k hr I conlrt wi'lt," Mw, Kt'HAH Klopfbvhtik.v, 1 itscumhln, Ala. (1 ( a hottifl. J. ATFTt rn., 1 V,.. for t1 No Cause for Apprehension. ThB Count of Montt Cristo ei tlaimed, "The world Is mine!" "But," we n?kpi, "tlnn't yon think you'll have a little trouble running It at first ?" "Not at all," he replied; "the college grnrttiateR will soon he out." Perceiving there wan no Inrk of ex pert opinion we humlily effaced our- BuU. The Stern Reality Of It. "Beloved, It Ir Morn," Is a sweet and pretty thought for the title of a soup to be sung at a wedding, hut It does not throw any Unlit on the old quos tlon as to which one v ill pe...

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. — 4 September 1903

T 1 aJ)! i ii ii ii y c r Ii ""V C"" to' VOL. VIII. MILFOM), PIKE COUNTY, PA., FJHDYY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1903. NO. 44. "s THE WASHINGTON LETTER. As soon as the news from Beirut whs received, Secretary Hay hasten ed to Oyster liny to confer with the president and after the conference which also dealt with the situation In Colombia and the prospects of the Panama canal treaty, Mr. Hay determined to come at once to Wash Ington, thus curtailing his vacation by several weeks. Reports from Bogota seem to indicate that the chief obstacle in the way of the treaty Is the pride of the Columbians and it Is by no means certain that, after a delay sufficient to satisfy the spirit of the legislators, the convention will not be ratified. This, at least, is the hope of the administration. Mean while, Dr. Herran, the Colombian charge d'affaires, has been instructed to subscribe to a press clipping bureau and to forward to the Columbian congressional library extracts from all American newspapers apropos o...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 4 September 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, September 4, 1903. l'l"JT,!SHI'!) I'.VIIKY I-'KIIAV. OFITICre, MOWK'8 nuif.-DINGI 1I110A1) ST. fir n-i ii i ptton : (N Yi:a H -One dollar and fifty renin. Bl.x Mom hp - Seventy-live rents. , STHICTLY IN AUVAM K. Fntereil at t)1 post nfiifro of Milfnrcl, Pike C'Hint.y, l'eiliifiylv'iiiirt, n pe.-nnu cities mat tor, November twentv-lirHt, lh ft. Advertising Rates. Our sqimrWi'WrM 1ineH).otii'lnnnrt!i.rn -fl.fX K rh mihs'"piiMit insertion .iV H''liKi'd riitM, f nrriihtMi on npnlicntinn, wilt ho allowed yoitrly ad vortMors. Legal Advertising. Administrator's ami Kxeeitor's notices S.ik Auditor's notices 4.t LMvoron notices fi.lXI .hcrilY's (tules, Orpli:iei rouvt ?ilrr, Count. 1 ivn.-illirl-'s S:tit'M. t'ol.fiV.V abille- mont iiml elertion proclamation charged by (lie leninm. J. H. vn Ktton, Pi: minima, Milford, Pike ('(unity. Pa. wonnrr.xo pout ji:rvis The Independent of Honosdnlo 1.-' poking sticks nt the jobs of 1'ort Oeri-is people nnd they nro worrying fo...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 4 September 1903

SEMI-ANNUAL p n n n via Tlic edict has gone frtli the reinnining lines of our M'JUiNG AND lTMMKH STOCK. No matter wliat the loss, w ore determined to close out everything left. In a initslnl this gives you the reason for this tremendous sarrilWv, PRICES ARE CUT TO POINT whence buying is irresisfalle. Thrifty men will buy for next .seasons use, if the have no nvl for clothing now. No event of a like nature ever offered up such rich "plums." The slock embraces all our lines of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, and an assurance of "1 ightness" in every particular Here are some of our trices and we feel that they will certainly attract you to this great sale: Men's swell summer suits, Blue Serges in gorgeous -array. These suits are regular 12 sellers and bonanzas at that. Our special price - - $8.50 Men's Suits Here's a good all-around suit for cither business or dress combines all the beauty, tit and wearing qualities of regular $10 suits Our special A grand" assortment of Men's Suits. A...

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

1 a. You know the medicine that makes pure, rich blood Aycr's Sarsapaiiils. Your mother, trandmother, all your folks, used It. They trusted Sarsaparilla It. Their doctors trusted It. Your doctor trusts It. Then trust it yourself. There is health end strength In it. HT UTiffarM tfrT-'h'f frnm lilftlpoitlon And thin hion.1. 1 f,.nt"t no K'llef until I tonic Avr't HwranpMillla. Four botlW'i perni neullt ciii-'t me." Mhh. r. R. Bait, Mt. Hiiro, N. T. t"'tlO. for i Rich Blood Ayer'B f tits una pnntiy Inxnilvn. they greatly aid tit ertpnrlll. "The Point of View. A 'nllpninn wont to dontlRt nl naked him to "take a look at his tepth." The dontlnt did no and m-r-mpd full of admiration. "What do you think of thpm?" asked the palli-nt. "MnKnlflrrnt, maRnlflppnt!" was all the dentist could pay. "Thpn yon don't find anything to do to them?" "To do to thomT Why. Ihpre are four to be pulled, six to he filled and three to be crowned!" said the dentist. Cool In Trying Emergency. Damocles had been In...

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. — 11 September 1903

f x O 11 ,7 MU)lLllJiJl.lLy 1 KCJSZj Conn Ottitt li i 03 VOL. VJIT. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER II, VM. NO. 45. THE WASHINGTON LETTER. The Alaskan Bomidary Commis sion Is now in session In London and the pronnodings nre being followed with intense interest both 1)7 offlo ials of the stats department nnd by those citizens familar with the con tentions of the United State? nnd Great Brltian. Already the AniTi can commissioners have made n strong point. It is that the United States hns, from the time of the cushion of Alaska to the present day, maintained but one Interpreta tion of the treaty of 125. The Canadian or British contentions, on the other hand, have varied repeated ly. From ademand that the dividing line be drawn on the 41st meridian, down to the contention that the line bo drawn straight across such arms of the sea as Glacier Bay and Lynn ennal, the British have boon modifying their demands and givlnit evidence of possessing a claim which mnst depend for sn...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 11 September 1903

PIKZ COUNTY FRES5. 1 l'liiay, 8npt("!ibpr 11, 1903, slll:l) ICVI-'WV Hdl'AY. OKTK'K, lilluU 'B IH. IMUNU BHOADPT. Ft l!t FMITMiv: On Vr h -On i' diillnr mid fifty tPntH. H x Vv in:' - Siviitvflve ifiits. JSTIIHTI.Y IN AI'VAM K. V nt. -(-! ilk thi noat ntTVp of Mtlfnrd, l'lkw ( O'ltH.y, t Ynn.-iyiv.-iniii, na Recnr-l tt.-fl inatri-ri N'lvtMnb'r twi'Sity-llrst, lSi3. Advertising Rates. Onn iiunrWniijt'f.HnPsV'T1'lN"lrtton -f 1.00 K HMlvs-Mpii'iit. lnm-nlnn .5i Knlncvii r;t.(vi, fnniKlinl n !Mpli(;tttion, will Ijo iiUowimI ynnrly ilvvtli rs. Legal Advertising. A'.l niliisf niti.r'fl jui.l Kx'Jii'or'a not ! - - - - - - 3."" A ml' tn 's ni.ll. -.'s 4 n.-H.-f R.W h.'i'iO' Oi-phiinp foiirt cult's, U'umt.y TrfamirtT'fl bmIch, Conmy Rtmr Si!:it an 1 t'lci'ti:tl priii-laiimtiim ulmrgiKl by the square. J. H. Vnn Ettrn, PriBUHIlRn, Milford, Plko County, Pn. GAME AND FISH LAWS .'untinuod from Fh'tst l'age) Pun h nnd HiiniNh, entoh ttll you cnn, June 15 to February 15, in elusive. Striped bass or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 11 September 1903

SEWil-A'WWUAL I l I fa, I"" I i :' $ r The edict lni pono forth! Out Chn cvoiv s i t-l i of IhoroiuHining lino of our SP.1!IN'G AND Sl'MMKH STOCK. No mutter what the loss, we ore oYternnned . to close out everything left. In :i nutlicll this gives you the reason for this tremendous siieriliee, PRICES ARE CUT TO POINT whence buying is irresistahle. Thrifty men will buy for next seasons use, if thev have no need for clothing now. No event of a like nature ever offered up such rich "lilums." The stock endu ace- all our lines of t Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, t and an assurance of "right Here are some of our will certainly attract you to Men's swell summer suits. Blue Scries in gorgeous .array. These suits are regular 12 sellers and bonanzas at that. Our special price Men's Suits Here's a good all-around suit for either business or dress combines all the beauty, fit and v. earing qualities of regular $10 suits Our special prh'C - - -$8.00 A grand assortment of Men's Suits. All the la...

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. — 11 September 1903

I For coiirh-, c d ;, bronchitis, l asthma, weak throats, weaK i lungs, cMisuniptton, fake Ayers Clicrry Pectoral. Chcrrv V- 1 Alwnys fceep r bottle of it in 8 the nouse. we nave oeen saying this for CO years, and so have ir-e doctors. Thftro Avpt's rri"rry TVfMrrMin my fn-n';v f r V T' u, li tl t'"iit ni'-'Hr'Tio In t o Au-'.I. J kn w. f .1 U thrud inl lui.tf M i;1-. J. K. JJoReROfft, Wftltlum, Mbm. for I -f. - M.IIITTt .Jw-''-T ,TWW t 'a i ; y act ion of the tjowen is neces1 eary. Aid nature with Aver's f'lils It Wakes a Difference. '. . .. v 'V. ' . Pot I thonpht you your hotel af Jin ! around i lie cciier. Mr. Mrainuan- So ll Is. 1 didn't .y wlii'jh corner, did 1? Without Prejudice. SheYou oopsilnly wouldn't marry '-',ir! for her money, would you? He-1)1 course not. Neither would 1 ,.ave the heart to let her become nn Id maid innruly lieeause she had -:oney. T'nhitky at ranis and luck at love, Tls thua that philosophers view It. f eo, yon can bet I'm a bold male coquette, Hut bl...

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. — 18 September 1903

4 I (; y(i ))!UI II j II c h 1 1 ; 1L Cost VOL. VIII. MILFOKD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 190.5. NO. 40. o 1 ( THE WASHINGTON LETTER. Hon. George Frisbie Hoar, tho venerable senator from Massachu setts, has. In an address at Salem, made an announcement which is attracting wide attoution and furn ishing food for deep thought. Mr Hoar Bays that the timo to revise tho tariff !a at tho session following the election of a republican prosi dent and the eminent statesman furnishes many excellent reasons for his beliof. Ho submits that the election of republican president invariably brings a, fooling of con fidence ana relief to tho country nt large, and for that reason business at such a time is sure to be in a healthy condition and least suscepti ble to the shock of changes in tariff schedules. He points out, moreover, a fact well recognized by every statesman who lias given recent history genuine study, namely that it tnkos several years for the count ry to judge as to how a...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 18 September 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, September 18, 1903. I'lrmIHllMli KVF.KY FKIMAY. OKFIOK, WIOWN R BVlMTHMtl HHdADPT. Fl'HSCKlITIOS: On Yfak Oh e dnllnr and fifty renin. Bit Month? Hevetity-nve cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Kntcri'd at tho post offlon of Mllfnrrl, Piko County, IVnnsylvjinlft, M accord oluas matter, November tweuty-flrat, Is.1. Advertising Rates. Onnsonnn-folitht linns), nnn Insertion -M.00 K ic-h sulm.'iut,nt Insertion .60 KoUuot'd rates, f iii-iiIi;Iuh1 on application , Will bo allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. Administrator's and Exoenlor's notices A uditor's notices - - . - -Divorce notioiM 3 1X1 4. if) 5. (0 Shc'trT's Boles. Ori'liana court ..lU: merit and election proclamation charged by thu square J. H , Van Kttwn, VcPUHHKn, Mllford, Plko County, Pa. The republicans of this district have nominated for the position of president judge NOX- Hon. W. A. Erd PARTISAN man, not particu JIIIX1ES lnrly because ho happens to have boon an adhorant of that party, but be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 18 September 1903

SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE The edict has pone foi tli ! Out crocs every slitcli of the remaining lines of our SPUING AND Sl'JIMKR STOCK. No matter what the loss, wo arc determined to close out everything left. In a nutshell this gives you the reason for this tremendous sacrifice, ' PRICES ARE CUT TO POINT whence buying is irrosistaMc. Thrifty men will luy for next seasons use, if they have no need for clothing now. No event of a like nature ever offered up such rich "plums." The stock embraces all our lines of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, and an assurance of "rig.'hlness"' in every particular Here are some of our prices and we feel that the)' will certainly ai tract you to this great sale: Men's swell summer suits, Blue Serges in gorgeous array. These suits are regular $12 sellers and lKmanzas at that. Our special price - - $8.50 Men's Suits Here's a gocxl either business or dress beauty, fit and wearing 10 suits Our special A grand assortment of Men's Suits. All the late cuts and kin...

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. — 18 September 1903

Sometimes the hair Is not properly nourished. It suffers for food, starves. Then it falls out, turns prematurely gray. Ayer's Hair Vigor is a W TiTtVI hair food. It feeds, nourishes. The hair stops falling, crows long and heavy, and all dan druff disappears. 'Mf Mir w comlnff out terrlMT. Im lmo.t Bfrald to roni. H. But Avar'l Hair V'cr promi'tly tnt;pp1 falling, and alio restored t' natural en'nr." MR. B.O.K WltC, Lati4in, H I. fl M bottlo, J. C. ATKR CO., ... for T-""""' Poor Old Age In Ceylon. Ontenarians are fsirljr common nowadays, but It may be questioned whether any country can boast of bo many as Ceylon, which, according to the recent census returns, has no few er than 145 inhabitants over 100 yearn of ana. Seventy-one of these re males and seventy four females. Ol these forty three men and fifty-two women claimed to be exactly 100 while ths, highest age returned was 120. - Nodd What! You are out every night until 3! Isn't midnight late enough? Todd I found when I get home a...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 25 September 1903

03 o )1 4 i )i i ii I ( y c.S .It . VOL. VIII. BULFOUI), PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 190, NO. 47. THE WASHINGTON LETTER. There la Boma anxiety among timorous people in Washington be cause of the notion of the American Federation of Llor tnknn in con nection with the W. A. Miller case and the president's doclared "open door" policy with regard to union and non-nniou labor, In the govern ment service. The Central Labor Union of the District of Colombia has sent to every organization af filiated with the Federation a copy of resolutions reqnesting the presi dent to dismiss Miller and retract his avowed policy with regard to tinion and non-union labor. It is soon that this is the first stop In an organized opposition to Prosidont Roosevelt's nomination. There are, it is claimed, 2,500,000 members of the federated labor organizations and the results of an organized op position if it oonld throw this vote in block would doubtless prove formidable. The idea that the president w...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 25 September 1903

FIK COUNTY PRESS. Friday, September 25, 1903. rUBLIWIF.D EVEHY FRIDAY. OFFICE, BKOWH'S BUILDING BROAD FT. Bl'WH'fctPTION: tw Yrar Ou e dollar and fifty cents, Six Months Seventy-five cents. BTBIcfLY IN ADVANCE. fcnrrMt lit thf pot nflloe of Milford, I'lka County, Pentnylvnnti, n Al su mttor, Novemhor twenty-Unit, 18UO. Advertising Rates. Jnfi!KinHTi"'Khtlln'"),onelnl'!rtion -II W l:koh Bllbsoqilonfc innnrtlon ------- .50 Hi'du-d rutin, furnished on implication, will be allowed yearly advertimint Legal Advertising, Administrator' and Exoc.itor's notlooa - -- -- -- - . - 8.00 Anditor'fl ootloes - 41' Divorce notifvn 5.00 SIntrllT'i Miles. Orphans rourt mh, County TrHftHurHr'a anliw, IJimnty mnu numb nnd eloetton proclamation ohnrtced by the square. . J. H. Tan Ettcn, pDBLIHnRR, . ' ' MUrord, Pike County, Pa. REPUBLICAN TICKET v . ...STATE.... For Auditor General WILLIAM L. MATHUES, of Delaware county. For State Treasurer WILLIAM P. SNYDER, y . jot Cheater County. ! Judges of Superior ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 25 September 1903

I SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE ' The edict lias gone forth ( Out goon every stitch of the remaining tines of our SPRING AND . SUMMER STOCK. No matter what the loss, avc are determined tocloHc out everything left. In a nutshell thin givetfyou the reason for this tremendous sacrifice, PRICES ARE CUT TO POINT whence buying is irrcsistablo. Thrifty men will bjiy for next seasons use, if they have no need for clothing now. No event of a like nature ever offered up such rich "plums." The stock embraces all our lines of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, and an assurance of "lightness" in every particular Here are some of our prices and we feel that they tvill certainly attract you to this great sale:- Men's swell summer suits; Blue Serges in gorgeous array. These suits are-regular $12 sellers and bonanzas at that. Our syecial price - - $8.50 Men's Suits Here's a good all-around suit for cither business or dress combines all the beauty, fit and . wearing qualities of regular $10 suits Our special pr...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 25 September 1903

Impure blood always sliows somewhere. If the skin, then boils, pimples, rashes. If the nerves, then neuralgia, nerv ousness, depression. If the Sarsaparilla flttnrT.1n frnm th Vnhtn r, I wi ri"Tfi'-t wrerV. )lr blood wna Imil, itirl my itnMh Venn nin. lint i few linUi: ot Afor'i flaranparillu completely cured nif " H. C. Ookhlkk, Hcnmton, Fa. 91 00 ft bntttfl, AM drm-i-l-m. for Impure Blood stomach, then dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite. Your doctor knows the remedy, used for 60 years. Aid the Sersnparllln by kfippiriR the bowels regular with Ayer Pills. The Limit, Bride And you ro right on eating Boggy bread and half cooked meals. For heaven' snUe, why don't you difl clinrfco your cook and get another one? Pike Well, you see, old fellow, so far as I can find out, tho courts won't frrnnt you a divorce for bail cooking. 'Doston Evening Transcript. , The Lot Fraction of Tims. If one grain of sand on the shore of the ocean wer lost, and scientists were to spend years in trying ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 2 October 1903

f ' Coat M 0 A' -rl "71 ! 7 I 1 1 h V v A 1 i I 1 i v -V Ik O VOL. VIII. MILFOIID, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1903. NO. 48. O il THE WASHINGTON LETTER. An extremely difficult problem confronts the president, who return ed to the White House Monday, and who will Immediately take up the case of William Millor and the whole question of reforms In the Govern mont Printing Office. No official statement has been made thus far, but the situation may be summar ized as follows, with reasonable ac curacy : Tho dixcharge of Miller, followed by his roinstallmont by the president, has already been told in those letters. Out of that incident grew the investigation receully com pleted. Miller sent a long letter to the president in which he made various charges as to the domination of the printing office by the unions, the extravagant methods employed, eto. These 'charges causod the president to ask Secretary Cortelyou to Investigate the entire printing offioe and Mr. Cortelyou assigned t...

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

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, October 2, 1903. PUlirJHHPI) KVERY FRIDAY. OFFICE, BROWS'g BUILmSO nUOADKT. PITHSCHIITION: O Ye AT()re dollar nwl fifty cent. Six MonthhKc venty-five pen t. 8TKHTLY IN ADVANCE. Enttiivil n th pout offloo of Milford, I'lke County, IVnrnylrnnlii, a acnni1 ol8S matter, Novombor twenty first, lslWl. Advertising Rates. OnoBonnrnfplKhtllnmO.onelnfHirtton -1.00 E ich Billwiiiont insertion -fiO KiHluraMt ratos, f urnishiil on nnplloation Will be allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. Administrator' and Exceptor's notions - 8.00 Amlitor'a notices 4.00 Divorce notices 5.0U Sluiriff'a wiles, Orphans court sales, CJ.lllnLV '1 l.:.L,.r;l'fc c.lIi'S. CuLKllV pt.ilte- m mt and election proclamation charged by tne square. J. H. Van Etten, PlJBMBIlKR, Milford, Piko County, Pa. REPUBLICAN TICKET ....STATE.... For Auditor General WILLIAM L. MATHUES, of Delaware county. For State Treasurer WILLIAM P. SNYDER, of Chester Connty, Jndges of Superior Court THOMAS A. MORRIS...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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