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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 29 April 1904

' 1" f f"1 ' ' CI IT'" ' fi T T " IIF . .1111 .. ,L .u Jl , h 11JJU, J 1 -i ' ' 1 r 1 iUWEW SUITINGS Goods that are very much in demand nothing like them for Shirt Waist Suits, and Spring and Summer Dress es. We think that our showing of these goods rather surpasses any other line in Port Jervis. . . Plain Linen Suitings, V!ll'irlllu uwliliu mill qualities . . f ilYtrn.1 T innn tin 1 1 I iiii-lj i blue, dark blue and Oxford gray, at . . ZUC. IA Heavy Linen Voiles in a gra', imie and green, 1 . 1 Fancy Linen Suitings, .with ncai woven figures A in several designs, colors Ii Oxford gray, at Embroidered ... A special under-priced Swiss Embroidered Waist SPECIALLY PRICED PIKE STREET, - at the head A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Puro Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites of Limo and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for SOc. Prescriptions S H. E. Emerson & Co., Com gjgf Next Door to V 3S?V ' j W SPRING GOOD . . NEW LINE OF . . ZEPHYRS CLOTHS, LINEN SUITINGS, DUCKS, PIUQES, SEERSUCKERS, PER...

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. — 29 April 1904

Johnson's Shoo Store ThoLaFrancoj Shoes j FIT lasts ltlM'ilUSO 11 1 C they're mado on were planned by expert. They keep their hhape, because the workmen who made them are expert. They wear be cause their leather was selected by experts. Our tooting as a shoe man has made us fit to fit the feet. Bring in yours. We'll fit' cm. johnson, FITTER OF FEET. Port Jems, N. T. Hera I SOMETHING YOU NEED! Vowr own Writer Works, which you n hare by rnnnnltliiK ?. C PRKSOOTT of Matnmor tM who la prt-ftnretl to Rive entiinates nt any time. Writ him at wnoB or all and s hit took of FORCE PUMPS PRESCOTT, ttmoras, Pa. TH EZ NEW YORK WORLD Thrice-a-Week Edition id Wherever Language la the English Spoken Tho Thrice-a-Week World was n hri' linnt tucee-s in tho beginning mid has Imhui steadily growing ever sinco. Time ts the test of all hings. and has set Is seal of approval on the Thriee-H-WVck World, which Is widely circulated in every state and territory of the Union, and wherever there are people who ...

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. — 6 May 1904

O O c VOL IX. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, MAY G, 1904. NO. 27. THE WASHINGTON LETTER The peeond session of the CHtli American Congress adjourned Thurs day, "without tiny", with nil the simplicity, g'xvl feeling, dignity and business methods characteristic of the American people and the times In which they livo. As ScuUer Cannon said in his cloning remarks, the "heat ' of the content bos died oway", nni lioth sides of tlit" House part with mutual respect fur each other. While he cooperated with tlie majority, he recognized that the minority lml a fiinction to perforin hardly second in its importance, and so, he said it ever will Ik? while the republic "endures. From half iist ten o'clock Thursday morning until nearly two o'clock p.m. business in" the house proceeded smoothly and rapidly' and ninny bills were passed, mostly of minor impor tance. It was hard work to keep niemlxTS in their scats, and they crowded the forum in front of the Speaker's desk like bees in sworniing tim...

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. — 6 May 1904

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, May C, 1.904 PUtlLlHUKI) EVERY FRIDAY. OFFICE, BllOWN'B niTIl.DIKrt BltOAI) AT. wrsi'Ription: One Year One dollar nnd fifty centH. HlX Months Hevenly-tlve renin. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Enturort nt the pout offl of Mllfnnl, PlkQ County, PomtsylviinWi, na ptMiond ols mailer, Novumbur twuuty-Iirttt, ltflie. Advertising Rates. OnoqimrW(il?hr, Hnr-),nnn In station -$1.00 K uh milwoqui'iit insertion JA) R'tln'Hl rates, furniRhiMl on Application will bo allowed jeurly uclveitisera. Legal Advertising. Administrator's nnd Enroll or'i nottoon - - - - - . Auditor's notices - . - - . Divorce notices - - S.'iO 4.(0 - - - 5.1)0 .Sheriff's Bales. Orphans court sales, Uotint.y Treasurer's saltM. t'uunly statt ment and election proclamation olmrged Dy the Nquare. J. O. To Ettn, rUBLlBHF.n, Mllfonl, Piko County, Pa. The town council nt its meeting Monday evening toot a decided step in the right direction. Centre Square ling remained practically treeless for 100 years, when, i...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 May 1904

j I - UNelM Goods that are very much in demand nothing like them for Shirt Waist Suits, and Spring and Summer Dress es. We think that our showing of these goods rather surpasses any other line in Port Jervis. . . . Plain Linen Suitings, various widths and qualities Colored Linen Suitings in Oxford, light - Mue, dark blue and Oxford gray, at . . ZUC Heavy Linen Voiles in gray, blue and green, Fancy Linen Suitings, with neai woven figures .1. :. ..i..... l.i j Oxford gray, at Embroidered ... Waist Patterns A special under-priced offering of handsome Swiss Embroidered Waist Patterns, mostly white, - nr tiifL J . v.,..! ,.J ...,,.',L..,. -,,1 . ! 4- SPECIALLY PRICED PIKE STREET, at the head A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Puro florwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for 50c. Proaorlptlont I r f n.y.d n. l. tmerson & uo., Co Next Door to - r lrSI ."'Vl1' - j MEW-SPRING GOODS . . NEW LINE OF . . ZEPHYRS CLOTHS, LINEN SUITINGS, DUCKS, ' PIUQES, SEE...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 May 1904

i Johnson' Shoo Store TlioLaFranco Shoes FIT ltecnnso. 11 io lasts they're tnailo on were planned by experts. They keep their shape, because the workmen whomado them are experts. They wear be cause their leather was selected by experts. Our looting as a shoe man has made us tit to tit the tect. Bring in yours. We'll tit' em. jotinson, FITTER OF FEET. Port Jervis. N. T. i-"" Mere ! V SOMETHING YOU NEED! Vonr own Wntt-r Work, vrhlrli yon run hnv by riMixnllliitc J. (), 1 H KSOOTT of Mfttnnioraft, Ph., who ti tr'pirMt to (five PHtlmate nt any 11 m. Write him ttt unco or tail mid fte hit stock of FORCE PUMPS J. C. PRESCOTT, Mata moras. Pa. THE . NEW YORK WORLD Thrice-a-Week Edition Read Wherever trie Cnglleh Language le Spoken The Thrlraj tt-Week World was n bril liant mere In tho bt;lniilnir and bus been steadily growing ever Blnee. Time in the test of all 'hliifrn. and bnfl Ret i'.n seal of approval on the Thiice n- Wi?ek World, whluh U wlduly clrenlated in every state and territory o...

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. — 13 May 1904

1 I ! H I I ) r o (T"? (7 i ! ! Vv-.(i j.fii im ii i W Jl S 11 j.Lv:.-y C 0(fietlH04 Comri VOL. IX. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1904. NO. 28. THE WASHINGTON LETTER lMwwn now and NnvemlxT voters will tune ample opportunity t' think about the tnrifi" nitil come t n definite Conclusion whether It Id better to maintain the pnvont form nf indirect taxation mid get most of the revenue for the government through thectwt house, or whether the k"1o prefer direct taxation, with tin augmented iiiteninl revenue. The main Issue between tlio two opioslng political parties will concern the tnriffqiii'stion. President ISnoscvcIt says he want i the republican plat fi rm to say exactly what, the -nrty Intends fridn regarding the trifT. I le thiol- s it best to have n short platform, unit naturally It should be lienrtlly 111 sympathy with the administration. As Selinti r Lxlgp of Ma:--i., Is to be clmirnuin nf the Com nilttep on Kesolntli.ns, nnd ns he dic tated the tariff plunk In the ...

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. — 13 May 1904

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, May 13, 1904. IUIr,IHHKI liyKWY FHMIAY. OPTICF., BROWN S RFIl.niNO BltOADflT. SVHKI IMPTION: One Year One dollnr and fifty cents. HiX Months Soveuty-Hve rents. BTHKTI.Y in ahvanck. Kiiu-ml nt the post nfllne of Mil fonl, Hike Countf, PiMinaylvtmirv n whmhmI olttis mnttur, Novpinlxir twenty-Ural, I8inl. Advertising Rates. Otr niiin'(oiRht II n I, one tnirrtlon -II 00 K:uill sultHfinii'Ht Inwrlion - - .60 Kitl'Hv il r:itrs, fnrnixlii-ii on implication, Will Iks iillovv.il mirly ,uvtn tisora. legal Advertising Administrator's Kxeoilor's nnilres - - -An liti't-'H nutiops - 3.'i 4.i Divonv nolle. ft.HI Slu-ritr's jotl', Orplmna court srtles, tenuity Tmwiun-r' anWi, Couuiy ttnte ni'Mit timl election urui;lainiitioii olmrg-il b tin ctquai-e. J. II. Vo Etlm, PuBUHHEH, Mllfonl. Pike County, Pa. Prof. Maxwell Soinmerville, who ft eld tho chair o( (llyptulogy in tlio University of Pennsylvania, and who died suddenly lust week in Fans, was well known by inuiiy hero. P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 13 May 1904

! r.:: mm suitings Goods that are very much in demand nothing like them for Shirt Waist Suits, and Spring and Summer Dress es. We think that our showing of these good3 rather surpasses any other line in Port Jervis. . . . Plain Linen Suitings, various widths and qualities A Colored I jinen Suitings blue, dark blue and Oxford Heavy Linen Voiles in gray, blue and green, Fanev Linen Suitings, with neat woven figures in several designs, colors v'l Oxford grav, at 4 . Embroidered . . . Waist Patterns A special under-priced offering of handsome Swiss Embroidered Waist Patterns,' mostly white, a few with colored embroidery on white, a. nr SPECIALLY PRICED AT ... . vl.0 1 m PIKE STREET, " the head A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Pure Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for 50c. Presoriptlo &: H. E. Emerson & Co., uarefuir Compound iX" Next Door to - ; ' . ai -5& i r w. " :r:l tJL. t' iy,l"";A".,''J.'!,'v-. r i f , k. ' ' V . . NEW LINE OF...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 13 May 1904

3f-f,(0n(U)fU)f(. efi flrr-j Ar" f-n ...uisil UhjUiil uwuy til v J ; n w. I U I ! 1 .Jv,..m Li W u .i Wo are ro hi g to be more liberal than ever in 1904 t' 5 - ! . v i. "71 J r-; COLLEGE ADVANTAGES to users of Lion Coffer, I.'ot only will te Lion-Hcrul?., cut from tlic packages, be good, as heretofore, for tlio valuable premiums we have always fciven our customers, but t' o n i im m mm r f b ; is 5 a ! J t is f f i l Ll i 5 2 a ! u 7 ' F- - - 1 ' ' J h " s. i i- ffi V.K f bit KMr- e Xfcdii v. HI M If ri the sairo Lloti-t'etrls will entitle you to estimates in our 30,000.00 Or.t1 PriM Conlcf(f, which will make soma of our patrons rich men end women. You can send in as many estimates as c!4ired. There will be TWO GREAT m it in t- ;- The first contest will be on the Tnf3 'or J 're ri font to be cast o,oo.po on the two, and, J'lly 4th nitendance at the Ct. Lon! Worhl'z Tah ; the -contl rclp'tes to Totrl st Nov. 8, lyl. $20,ov:.(.o will be disirib''.d i". cn'.h of the; contests, makinff...

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. — 20 May 1904

P 0 ,4 1 I LDli-LLilii 11 V c ii o VOL. IX. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1904. NO. 29. o THE WASHINGTON LETTER Thore being now no very pressing lmvrt!nt matters 1m 'fore the Execu tive branch of tlie government for consideration and settlement the Presi dent's cabinet is already on tlie wing for distant parts of tlie country. The President himself, and Mrs. Roosevelt M ill soon visit Groton, fn. , to attend the cloning exercis of the school w here their two eldest Ixiys are lxMng educated. Hecretniy Hay has already gone to St. Imis to attend the world's Pre Convention, and deliver an ad drew before that Ixxiy. .Secretary Hhaw and Attorney General Knox will Boon visit the Pacific Const and deliver a numlier of political speeches, which are intended to arouse the dormant public. Secretary Taft has gone to the wilderness of New York to get rid of a bad cold and to brace up by fish ing and resting. Pension Commis sioner Ware has announced that he will retire from his posit...

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. — 20 May 1904

) PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, May 20, 1904. PUBURHEI) EVERY FKIOAY. OrFlOK, BROWN'S BOILD1NO BROAD PT. M'RSCWPTIOH: Onr Year One dollar and llfty cent. Hix Months Seventy-live cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Rntorwl R the post offloe of Mtlforf, Flkfl Cnnnr.y, Ponpsylvunin, n socnn'l olua mAtter, November twenty-Ural, IHUG. Advertising Rates. Oiinsqiiumfolftht linns), onntnsvrtlou -II OP Kiu'.h substvuitmt insertion - .00 KhIuop1 rotes, furnished on duplication, Will be allowed yarly mlvertiawrg. Legal Advertising. Administrator's and Executor's. notices - - - 8.00 Anditor's noticoi - - 4.00 Divorce notic.es . fi.io Sheriff's sules, Orphans court sales, County Treasurer's sales, County state ment and election proclamation charged by the square. J. B. Van Ettn, PUBLISHER, Mllford, Pike County, Pa. We publiflh elsewhere a Hat of the papers and times the oombinatiou advertisement of Milford will ap pear It will be 8e3n that a wide field is covered and by papers which reaota many homes. If g...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 20 May 1904

wmmm MANY GOOD Through our connection with a syndicate with headquarters in New York City we are able to secure many line3 of goods at a big reduction, often retailing for the same price, that other merchants are obliged to pay at wholesale NOTABLE EXAMPLES p Kioto Silks in linen color and fancy shades, F a regular oO cent value, for J Arnold Silks, a fine organdie with handsome ra figures and silk embroidered li regularly tor 40c or 45c, Toyama Silks, corded -wash silks, twenty-seven inches wide, instead of 60 cents our price c is cDC 1,000 yards Fancy White 20c and 25c, on sale now Flemish Lace Stripes and Zephyrs, always 25c fabrics, PIKE STREET, - " the head A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Puro Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites of Limo and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for SOc. Proscriptions - H. E. Emerson & Co., oarer uiiy Compound gjff" Next Door to PUT YOUR FOOT If! IT... That's the best way to test a shoe. If it feels right it generally IS right. Shoes made frompoor ma...

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. — 20 May 1904

4UMIIWWII V Shoo Store TlioLaFranco Shoes FIT because the lasts they're m;nlc on were planned by experts. They keep their shape, because the wo'.'kir-cn who made them a-c experts. They wear lo calise their leather was selected by experts. Our footing as a shoe man has made us lit to fit the fe'et. Bring in yours. We'll fit' cm. I .a' I JOHHSOH,' FITTER OF FEET. Port Jervi, N. Y. When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong. You are tired ail the time, easily discouraged, nervous, and Irritable. Your cheeks are Sarsaparilla pale and your blood is thin. Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown. He "orders this grand old family medicine. " F.r m-ir thhn M TMrs I hv n.rt Ayr's Pinfrl!ls Iti my f-i'milv. ills A i?r,irt rnntn At nit ttmi. nd A wonderful iifiilrMic for Im pare Wwid.-1). C. Holt, Wont lUren, Co:in. l no hntlle. i r u. VI for .. . WANTED . . SUMMER BOARD l?y thousands of Brooklyn people. nn vou take a few? It ho, lint votir limine in the HIJOOKLYN b.MIA...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 27 May 1904

1 - ' A f ") v""" N T i J J n p .. 3 11 IlWv VOL. IX. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1004. NO. .30. -A THE WASHINGTON LETTER The President Is busy receiving the calls of politicians and arranging the details of the Coming eammign. It is admitted on all sides that In selecting Mr. Cortelyou for chairman of the National Republican Committee he has dexterously solved a poqlexing problem. It Is now aured that the campaign will le conducted on a high and straightforward basis. The Prcsi dent dix'lan very enijihatically that , he is not taking sidis in the Illinois or Wisconsin factional contest. Ho is keeping his hands off. He also ex presses himself as quite ho)ieful of the result in Maryland, notwithstanding Mr. Gorman's plans to capture that state. On the .10th Inst, the President will visit Gettysburg, Pa., .making a Hjieeeh on Memorial Day. lie, will ride over the field In the morning and in the evening return to Washington, As the speech is the only one of Ids until aft...

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. — 27 May 1904

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. rriday, May 27, 1004 I'UBtilSIlKU KVEHY FHIDAY. OFFICB, BROWN'B HUII.D!N( BROAD ST. prRscrurTroN-. One Year One dollar and Aft? cenln. HlX Months Seventy-five cents. eiRHrri.Y in advance. Kntirrl nt th? post nfflrfi of Mllfunl, Pike Connl.y, Pennsylvania, a olu matter, Novemlx-r twunfey-Urnt, 1WH1. Advertising Rates. One flqnrtrWolirtit llnr-fll.one Insertion -It .On Etf-h pulRpiii(nt Inwt.ion .50 Rm1i1hm1 rt'A, furnlstni on nnpllcntron, will ue allowed yearly advet fcisera. Legal Advertising. Admlnlatra tor's anil Eiecutor'i notices Anilitor's notices Divorce notice - - 8.10 4.1-0 - . - 6 M0 Hioritrs Rule. Orphans mrt sales, County Triwaurer'fl salen, Connty stilt nient and election proclamation chartl by tue square. J. H. Van Etten, PUBLISHER, Milfonl, Pike Connty, Pa. The doil has gone on a vacation. Ills hands and hoofs no longer direct or intimidate our people, and his persuasive power to evil tins censed. Sinners are crowding saints for front pews in the chu...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 27 May 1904

lliilUlluUAy JJilliiltj 1 ; SUIT SALE A Mammoth Sale of One Hundred and Twenty-five new spring tailor made suits at about half cost of making. J anywhere in creation. speak for themselves. C QQ for handsome j season's styles, Cheviots, Venetians, ki ' " etc. Suits $10.00 to $15.00. C QQ for elegant suits in Broadcloth, ! g " Cheviot, Voile and fancy mixtnres, ' line taffeta and prices from $12.00 to C QH for the choicest duction, beautiful, suits from the high class manufactures combining stylo and quality second to none. Values in this lot worth from $10.00 to $25.00. If you need a separate skirt, you save on the price and have the jacket for nothing. H ' PIKE STREET, - at the head A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Puro Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda A 12-oz. bottlo for SOc. Prssorlptlont H. E. Emerson & Co., uareru 1 1 y compound j9T Next Door to PUT YOUR FOOT IN IT... That's the best way to test a shoe. If it feels right it generally IS right. , Sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 27 May 1904

i sV ' 7 i UJU , Gash Given Away io GCiO 01 j i "mzu 1 We are going; to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee. Not only will the Lion-Heads, cut rom the packages, be good, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but n Addition to .ho tailor Frso Premiums the game Lion-Heads will entitle you to estimates in our $50,000.00 Vrand Priue Contest", which will make some of our patrons rich men and women. You can send In as many Ttimatea as desired. There will be TWO GREAT COfJTEoTG attendance at the ft. Ionia World' Fair; the second relates to Total 1J7V f .10,000.00 will lie dismtmti d in each of these contests, making ke it still more interesting, In addition to this amount, we will irive a f!ftnrl ETirt PflTA rf Onfinfi the one who Is cret rorrerf on hor A UiHiiii I liwi I Vi W- wJiw'J content, and thus your estimates have two opportunities ot winning a Digcasn prize. The firt contest will be on the July 4th Vote For President to ...

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. — 3 June 1904

o j . .--j "j S I ' 1 c VOL. IX. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., Fill DAY, JUNE 3, 1901. NO. 31. THE WASHINGTON LETTER The roporls ol a general sagging !n business, which reach this city, while undoubtedly exaggerated, cause some uneasiness In political circles. There Is what Mr. Samuel Gompers, presi dent of the American Federation of Labor, calls a "reaction," quite nat ural after the high tide of prosperity, lie keeps In touch with labor, and feels sure that the general prosperity will continue, and that anything like a panic Is many years off. That his views have weight is evident from the fact that the president Invited him to the White House recently for a prolonged conference. Ruring the past year this country has sustained great and extraordinary - financial losses by flood, firp, an unusually severe winter, the cotton boll weevil ml other pests, the falling off of im ports, the drain upon gold and the numerous labor troubles. These things combined, which are neither political no...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 June 1904

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, June 3, 1904. rUDLISTlEI) EVERY FKIDAY. OFTIOK, BROWH'6 BUILWNa BROAD PT. prr.scmPTTnis: OfiK Year One dollnr nnd fifty cents. Bix Months Heventy-tive renin. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. F.ntorod lit the pint offloe of Mllfiml. Pike County, Piniinylvnnift. ns spctunl olftfls mnttor, November twenty-tirnt, Advertising Rates. Ono nqn(irn(olRht, lln?s),ono Insertion -11.00 K.ioh mibpouuiint insertion - W) RihIuociI ru-, furnished cm application will be allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. and Executor's Administrator'! notices - Auditor's notices Divorce notices -Sheriff's salel. son 4.00 5.00 Orphans court sal County Treasurer's sales, County nnse ment and election proclamation clmricd by the square J. H. Van Etten, PUBLISHER, Milford, Tike Connty, Ta. SENATOR QUAY The careful historian who weighs the acta of men as they affect tor good or evil the community or the nation, and impress themselves on the publio mind as Incentives to a higher morality or tend...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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