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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 2 October 1903

SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARAiNiGCi ho edict has gone forth! Out goc every stitch of the remaining lines of our SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK. No matter what the loss, avc 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 irrcsistable. Thrifty men 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, Hats and Furnishings, and an assurance of "lightness" in every particular Here are some of our prices and c 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. — 2 October 1903

It 8 Tor coughs colds, bronchitis, asthma, weak throats, weak lungs, consumption, lake Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Cherry Pectoral Always keep a bottle of It In the house. We have been saying this for 60 years, and so have the doctors. " T hT n4 A yn't Charry Factor Ni mf family for 40 v"rfl. It is Oio l'it mM!r1io In tli. world. I know, for U throat and lung MR". 3. K. KOBCHOBS, WaUhem, MM. l..H ),c. iTinm. for -,,7,;"',- The Lun ris ii.iw nrtion of the bowe'a Is neces sary. Aid nature with Ayer's Pills. Crushing. The itorles toM In. "the profession' of Mr. Brookfleld's srathlng reparH are endless. On one occasion a young actor who hail lately made a bit of hit In a small part was rt'Kallng a few friends at great length iipnn the "splen did flotlc.es" he had received and the Tarlous merits of his performance. At laBt Brookfteld quietly remarked: "But, my dear sir, you are not really it all good In the part. I have never seen you do anything well, but In this par ticular you are simply ...

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. — 9 October 1903

x ; 'C: cry fzj 11 l;.:yJOo f 1 L:.-l i. i 1 c. VOL. YIIT. MILFOKI), PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOP.ER 9, 1903. NO. 49. THE WASHINGTON LETTER. President Roosevolt is recoiving many congratulations for tho firm aud skillful manner in which ho (limit with the labor probhjm in volved in tho Mill controversy. Tin day following his return to Wash ington he hold n eonforenco with a committee of tho American Federa tion of Labor at which worodiseussed many bills which union Inbor in tond to bring before congress. The question of Foreman Miller was also moutionod nnd tho president took tho opportunty to inform tho labor lenders that his attitude on tho sub ject had remained unchanged and that tho dooisiou which ho was about to give to the public was final, After a conference a statement was given out from the White House in which the president declared that the laws of the land forbid any dis crimination between union and non union men in the employ of the government, and that ho could no ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 9 October 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS, rridny, October 9, 1903. I i; ur.iHii i:u i.;v i w v fki ijav. ( Yk ai i iiitf dollar mill fift y ce.utH. fix MivrnKe vent.v-flve pen to. MRKTI.V IN ADVANCE. "'nterert Rk tln po , nfflin .if Milford, tll;e Oonnr.y, IVtin-u-lviinlii. nfl second-cl'i-is mutter, Xovmni-er twenty-llrar., lHMti. Advertising Rctcs. Oil'- I'iiicrefel.'ht linen), one insertion -I. K:ieh sulneum-nt Insertion - - - - - - .6U in duced rales, fin niched on auplicfttlun w(!l lie allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. Administrator's mid Keeiitor' notice 8.(Xl Auditor's notices 4.1K1 lllvin'c notices 5.IK Sheriff's snh-H. Orphans court sales, U:m..i lf,'4.,uu' I'uanif stale mint unit election proclamation charged by tho S'tuare. J. n. Tan Etten, PonLienEn, Mllfonl, I'lke County, Pn. REPUBLICAN TICKET 1 ....STATE.... For Auditor Genera! WILLIAM h. MATIIUES, of Delaware county. For State Treasurer WILLIAM P. SNYDER, of Chester County. Jndf.res of Superior Court THOMAS A. MOKIUKON, ot Mt'K...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 9 October 1903

SEMI-ANNUAL GLEARAMli lie (vlict lias gone forth I Out goes every t tilcli of the remaining lines of our SPUING AND SUMMIT STOCK. No matter what the loss, we are ileterrnined to close out everything left. In a nutshell this gives you the reason for this tremendous Bacriliee, PRICES ARE CUT TO POINT whence buying is irresistahle. Thrifty men 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 "pluiu.s.M The stock embraces all our lines of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, and an assurance of "lightness" in every particular Here arc some of our prices and we feel that they will certainly attract you to this great sale: Men's swell summer suits, Line Serges in gorgeous array. These suits arc regular .f 12 sellers and bonanzas at that. Our .special pri.4$ - , Men's. Suits Here's a good all-around suit for either business or dress combines all the beauty, tit and wearing finalities of regular $10 suits Our special price ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 9 October 1903

Aim 1" iF olJ. But why let everybody see it, In your gray hair? Keep your hir dark and rich and postpone age. If you will Hair Vigor only use Ayer's Hair Vigor, your gray hair will soon have all the deep, rich color of youth. Sold for 60 years. " am r" rfr w tcim nH, p1 T A tMrk, gWiHy or lt.r.ff hair which in a wnp.lfT tn fvvvf M'0 who UK) it. Ani not niaj haU tn (' Ayf-'n Ir VU"r " Mua. II. H. U'jwrnJ, Bwlda. Minn. The (5oo!ii Hangi High. An old friend says of thin: "A, elrl Md an admirer nhe did nut like. Itm he was persistent, nnd lnolstod on sending her a picture of himself tuuiifcomoly frnnird, and with It a note saying he would rail that owning. Vhen he came she was at the ptnno. 'How are you this evenlne?" tin said. She replied, Btill phiyiiiR. ami looking up at his plfturo, which had been 'Kkled'; 'Everything is lovely and the rooro hangs hicli.' Phe was rid of him In short order after that." Most Costly Warship. TbB Kins Edward VII. will be the most costly warRhlp that has...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 16 October 1903

o rl ! a ttv to1 i V VOL. VIII. MILFOKL), PIKE COUNTY, PA., Fill I) AY, OCTOUEll 10, 1903. NO. 50. 'T1 RUin FROM SOURCE TO MOUTH OF DELAWARE BRIDGES, BUILDINGS, FENCES, CROPS, TREES, AND LAND TORN OUT AND SWEPT AWAY The Whole Valley was Covered with a Raging Volume of Water. From the Hills of Pike to Those of Sussex the Roaring River Held Sway and was Covered With Almost every Conceivable kind of Debris. It was the Greatest Pumpkin Freshet ever Known in the Valley SATURDAY, OCT. 10, 1903, WIXL GO DOWN IN LOCAL HIS TORY AS THE DATE OF A RECORD BREAKING FLOOD Probably never since prehistoric times, when geologists insist the whole Delaware valley was a lake, has It so nearly approached its ancient appearance as it did last Saturday, Oct. 10th. The ruin bad fallen in cessantly for over thirty-two hours, 9.90 inches being the record, and the river rose rapidly until Saturday noon when it attained its highest point which, according to marks, was 6 feet 2 Inches above tht highest water ev...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 16 October 1903

PIKE COUNtY PRESS. Friday, October 16, 1903. rUBTJSHEn tlVF.HY FRIDAY. OFFICE, BROWH'S BUIUMSC BROAD ST. BrBSCRtlTlON: On Yk. Ail re ilolliir and fifty cents. Hix MoNTiisMe venty-flve cents. STRICTLY IN AUVAMCK. Klntrrwl t the poit offlne of Milford, Pike County, Pennsylvania, as ieoond ciasi matter, November twenty first, 18l. Advertising Rates. (Inn nnarofelirht.llnMO. one Insertion 1.00 K:h subsequent Insertion .80 Reduced rotes, furnished on application, will be allowed jroiirly auvenisors. Legal Advertising. Administrator's and Executor's notices - - - - - 8.00 Auditor's notions (l .lllvorre notice 6.00 BherlfT's snlos, Orphans court snles, UOIlllty TrOrfnulurB iklM, iuuiuy nuiu;- munt und olootlcTu proclamation charged by the square. J. H. Tun Etten, PCBUHHKR, Milford, Pike Connty, Pa. REPUBLICAN TICKET ....STATE.... For Auditor General WILLIAM L. MATHUES, of Delaware county. For State Treasurer WILLIAM P. SNYDER, of Chester Connty, Judges of Superior Court THOMAS A. MORRISON,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 16 October 1903

SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE The cilict 1ms gone forth ! Out goes every stitch il the remaining lines of our SPUING' AND SUMMKI? STOCK. No matter what the loss, we are determined to close out everything left. the reason for this tremendous sacrifice, PRICES ARE CUT TO POINT whence buying is irrcsistaMe. next seasons rise, 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 arc some of our 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 either business or dress beauty, tit and wearing $10 suits Our special price - - $8.00 A grand assortment of Men's cuts and kinks and brand Our special price Take a look ! Take a look ! "Togs" for the youngsters. breasted ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 16 October 1903

Alters ' I mm m Doctors first prescribed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago. They use It today more than ever. They Cherry Pectoral rely upon h for colds, coughs, B bronchitis, consumption. I They will tell you how it heals Inflamed lungs. T hM ft yry hnil cnoeh for tbrpa r. Thn 1 trll Ayftr'ilVrry l'"Mn'. M.-re lunirt were aoon healotl and mj oouKb drotpd M KB. T-KACL HYD1I, GnthTta fntr, Ik. S.. Wc, pi on. ?.',,"r . for Old Coutfhs One y?r' Plt t brl"Tie Insures a natural action next morning. Good Bye at $1 Time. Th (rrpnt ship wan just about to sail away when the worricrl-looklng busi ness man rnirriod flown the pani? plnnk nnd approacliprt a mnn who lnokprl an if hs hart conslrtp.rably more time than money to spare. "Like to earn a half a dollar?" he Bald. "Can the moon shine," was the orac ular reply. "How's it to be done? " "Ton see that lady dressed In black, BtandlnR at the ship's side? Well, that Is my wife. She will expect me to stand for twenty minutes and wave my h...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 23 October 1903

) ) 4 T "- unlit y 11 11 i w 11 tz)tDo VOL. VIII. MILFOKD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2.J, 190:5. NO. 51. ft ."V. - 1 (U) iU THE WASHINGTON LETTER. President Roosevelt' lnterost in Maryland politics is one of several circumstances which havo made the campaign in that state of national Importance, hardly second to that of the contest in Ohio. For some time there has been ft bitter fac tional struggle among the Maryland republicans, botweon the followers of Sonator McComas and Represent ative Madd who quarreled over federal patronage. Many of the republicans are determined that Bonator McComas shall not be re elected and this lack of harmony is liable to be of service to the demo crats. The leaders of both factions have had frequent interviews with the president and this pave rise to rumors that he favored first one and then the other faction. Ho has now made it plain that his interest in the campaign is merely a party one and that he is neither for nor against any of the repub...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 23 October 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, October 23, 1303. nmrjsiiF.ii rvr.KV fkiuay. OFFKiB, BHOWH'B lUMI-DIfff BROAD AT. PTBSfiumioN: One Ykar One dnllnr nnd fifty edits. Hix Months Seventy-five renin. PTKIITIjY IN AI1VANCK. Kntorcd fit the post nflloc of Mllfunl, Plkfl County, IVnnnvlvunin, na weonil eluss mntturj NovenilK-r twnnlf-Unit, ltt"rt. Advertising Rates. )niinnrf (eight ,llnrw. ono Insertion -1.00 K.it-h Hiilmi'tilltMlt, tllHt.rti.in .Frtl K.vlui ml nifrB, fnvnlBhril nil application will be allowed yearly ndvertisnra. Legal Advertising. Administrator's notices - - -Auditor's notions Divorce notirrfl -HIi'-rifT'fl Biilrn, find Kxoe.it or's 8.00 4.00 Orplmlifl court Hill Ooutiuv' 'Ir. LU1 munt anil rlnutlon proclamation uhnrgrd by the square. J. H. Van Etlen. Pll BUSTIER, Milford, rilto County, Pi. REPUBLICAN TICKET ...STATE. For Auditor General WILLIAM L. MATIIUES, of Dolnware county. For State Tronsurer WILLIAM P. SNYDER, of Chester County. Judges of Superior Court THOMAS A. MORRISON...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 23 October 1903

SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARAPJC Tiic edict 1ms gone forth the remaining lines of our STOCK. No matter what to close out everything left. tire reason lor this tremendous sacrifice, PRICES ARE CUT TO POINT whence buying is irresistahle. Thrifty men will buy for next seasons use, if they have no need for clothing now. no event 01 a like nature "plums." The stock embraces all our lines of Clothing, Hats and Furnishings, and an assurance of "lightness" in every particular Here arc 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 Men's Suits Here's a good all-around suit for either business or dress combines all the beauty,, lit and wearing qualities of regular $10 suits Our special price - - - 8.00 A grand assortment of Men's Suits. All the late cuts and kinks and brand splinter new $10. Our special price - - . - - $7.50 Take a look! Take a l...

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. — 23 October 1903

H ' 1 Do you like your thin, rough, short hair? Of course you don't. Do you like thick, heavy, smooth hair? Of course you do. Then why fair Vigor not be pleased? Ayer'sHalr Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair, that's the whole story. Sold for 60 years. Ion Hm It la. ln f a -otnlfriui iitttr uimr, rfAtnrtncr hfftlth to the, hair find si-ulp. Hint, at tho tame thup. proving a njiW-mlM ilrc-siiur. liH. J. W. TATUH, MadiD, lnd. T. Bill Oft ft bottle-, AM -friTri-'--". fori Weak Hair Mutual Ignorance. Teacher ThomaH, you are a hope less ignoramus. You know no more about Lafayette thnn than Thomas Well, why should I? I'll bet he didn't know nutt'n about me. The Point of View. "Some folks are too mean to live," said Jones, gloomily. "And some are too mean to die," Bald a solemn-looking stranger. It turned out that the stranger was a sexton. You should hare seen Jones scowl at him! Jones, it may be men tioned, was In the Insurance business, and all his risks were dying off. The Press Office...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 30 October 1903

)) 1 r"l I III! I .. i-X I X 11 O VOL. VIII. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., Fill I) AY, OCTQREIi !(), 1903. NO. 52. Ji li CHARTER NOT VALID SUPERIOR COURT REVERSED. JUDGE FURDY SUSTAINED Judge Dean Holds That Title of the Act is Misleading- Park not a Public But a Private Corpor ation May Reorganize In the Supreme Court of Pens. No. 2H3. January Common'lth Term, 1D02. In the Court of (Quarter Ses sions of Pike County. V8. Appeal by defendant from Judgment of Superior Court re versing snid Court of Quarter Sessions. Chas. Hazkn Argued Feb.. 24, 03. Filed Got 12,03. Draw, Justice. The appellant, Charles Hazen, was summarily convicted before Calvin O. Billings, a Justice of the Peace of Pike county, for the viola lion of the special Act of Assembly of March 23, 1871, In killing a deer belonging to The Blooming Grove Park Association and protected by the penal clauses of that Act. TUe Justice of the Peace imposed a fine of $50 and cost and in default of payment he was sentenced to the count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 30 October 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, Ontobor 30, 1903. PUDHHIlRn EVKHYrHIDAt, OITITIOB, BROWN'S BUIMHNU BHOADPT. Ht'BHORlPTION: One Yfar One dollar and fifty rents. Bix Months Weventy-llve cent. gTKHrTLY It AllVANl'B. Kntered a the post offleo of Milford, I'lke Onnnr.y, Ponnnylvaiila, im w-eond-eliss matter, November twenty-Brut, 18). Advertising Rates. Onesqun.re(elKhtllnei),oneliiiortton -$1.(10 k wh gulmeouent insertion .50 Kediuiod rule, furninhed on application, Tlll be allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. and Kxoonlor'i Administrator'! not.lo.Mi .... 3.00 Anditor'n notlees 4. no Dlvoree mitiees S."0 Sheriff' miles. l!r:1.tn eoi.rt sales, t.'mintv Trtn...iii-ur'( K.vhs. Ct-UllltV .-.title' mnnt and election proclamation charged by the square. J. H. Van Ktten, PUBLIBHRR, Mllford, Pike County, V. REPUBLICAN TICKET ....STATE.... For Auditor (loneral WILMAM L. MATUUE3, of Delaware county. For State Treasurer WILLIAM P. SNYDER, of Chester County. Judges of Superior Court THOMAS A. M...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 30 October 1903

MEW'S FALL AND WINTER SUIT ELEGANCE We believe there is not a man in all Pike County who would not be delighted with one of the suits we arc showing at $4.00, $7.00 or $10.00 forget the price for a moment, and you'll think these suits worth far more than we ask for them. If ever these suits were worth the money, these $5.00, $0.00 and $8.00. Suits arc Cheviots, llomsepuns and Worsted Cassimeres" cut as the best merchant tailor would cut them. Bring; your Suit Trouble Here for wc are here to show as well as to sell and as willing to do the one as the other. J. SILVERMAN'S Reliable Clothing House East Stroudsburg, - Pcnn'a. A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Pure Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites of Limo and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for 50c. "SSKT H. E. Emerson & Co. Comp ST Next Door to NEW SMER GOODS LAWNS, PERCALES, SATEENS, SEERSUCKERS, GINGHAMS, &c. A New Line of Shoes. All Prices & Sizes CHINA AND JAPAN MATTING HATS & CAPS COLLARS & CUFFS Select Groceries ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 30 October 1903

TT"TT 7 1" ' Common wealth of Pennsylvania. iUii 0 iliuji Orw pprson for the effice of rrcsl ' j dent . ,lntli of tho several courts of A PROCLAMATION ! BY THE SHERIFF -Tnnn A I 1 SflTi 1 1 ia m n ,1 t . ia A n I it rTn "BEST OF ALL FLOUR. ' liters of the Hit riff: I I I H i I'lUsr, to enumerate the oflieors Alii to bo olertod nnd give n list of all nominations. 8E('t)Nl), to di'signalo t!io planes st which the elections are to bo held and THIRD, to publish notion of the qualifications of plection officers in the iniwiner and form prescribed by the third paragraph, Beetion 10, of said Act. Hi-inff the dny of tho ponpral eleo tho Forty third Judicial District of the Commonwenlthof Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Monroe nnd Pi!te. One person for thp office of Coroner of the County of Pike. Two persons for the office of Jury Commissioner of the County of Pike. I also hereby make known and Rive notice that tho following is a list of all the nominations certified to me by the S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 November 1903

v1- m ii ' - i I - ! vaJ.Jo J k. - k. i r J VOL. IX. MILFOIII), TIKE COUNTY, PA., FKIIUY, NOVEMBER G, 100.1. NO. I. END OF INSTITUTE ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL EVER HELD HERE A Full Sfiime of the Lectures and Addresses G;ven and Resolu tion Adopted Superintend ent Westbrook is Highly Complimented. Wednesday morning the devotional exorcises were conducted by Rev. rcrot. Tlie opening song was America. Professor Fox occupied the first period of the morning and continued his talk on history. He said in part children speak from a knowledge they already have. This knowledge they pick here and there in fragments. Then the duty of the teacher is to systematize this knowl edge or to help the child to discover itself. Show the pupils why the progress of the human race has always been toward the Belting sun. To do tills a teacher must know more than simple United States History. Then the reason for the different degrees of activity in the different zones enters also into history. Back of the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 November 1903

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, Nomnlx'r C, 1903. PUI1US1IKI) KVKHY FRIDAY. orricK, brown's BiuunNo bhoadpt. pruwnii'TinN : One Year One dollar ami fifty renin. Hix Months .Seventy-fn-e cents. STRICTLY IN AIlVANCK. Kntorpil at the post offlne of Mtlfunl, Pike County, t'VniiBylvnnii, wmninl clm matter, Novnnitmr twenty-Brut, lx"rt. Advertising Rates. OnosqnnrWpltrht lln),onelnfk'rtlon - tl .00 Kk-Ii submMim-nt. Insertion .50 Hiitui i'il rnU'K, f'iniislitxl on nppllnntlim. will be allowinl yearly mlvortli'iirii. Legal Advertising, Administrator's Rod Exec.llor'S notU'-os - - - - - - 8.00 Auditor's notices Divoree notirr - - F.U) SherUI'a Bales, OrImn court wiles, ll.mnt.v 'l ivitsuivr'n sales. County Nile nient anil election proclamation clmririil by the square. J. H. Van Etten, PliBUMlKli, Mllford, Pike County, Pa. As shown by the returns Hon. C B. Staples is elected President Judpe of this district MR. STAPLES ELECTED Iluliaathe ability legal Attainments and force of character requisite ...

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