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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 June 1904

1 SU! I SALE... EXTRAORDINARY! A Mammoth Sale of One Hundred and Twenty-five new spring tailor made suits at about half cost of making. Compare this offering with anything made anywhere in creation. See the suits, they speak for themselves. $g.98 $10,00 to for handsome all-wool suits, all this season's styles, Cheviots, Venetians, etc. Suits that have sold from $15.00. C ti OO for i - elegant suits in - prices Broadcloth, Cheviot, Voile and fancy mixtures, fine taffeta and satin linning, original from $12.00 to $18.00. for the choicest of this season's pro duction, beautiful suits from the high class manufactures combining style va and nualitv second to none. Values in this lot. r 7 m a worth from $10.00 to $23.00. If you need a separate skirt, you save on the price and have the jacket for nothing. , $ PIKE STREET, - at the head of front - PORT JERVIS. f: A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Pure Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites of Lime, and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for 50c. freor...

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. — 3 June 1904

t 1 Johnson's 1 ! Shoo Store ThoLaFrance Shoes FIT because the lasts they're made on were planned by experts. They keep their shape, l)ccause the workmen who made them are experts. They wear be cause their leather was selected by experts. Our looting as a shoe man has made us fit to fit the feet. Bring in yours. We'll fit' em. I 1 n i J JOHNSON, FITTER OF FEET. Port Jervis, N. T. . . WANTED . . SUMMER BOARD Tiy thousands of Uronklyn people. ( an you take a few? It ko, list your house in the BROOKLYN JiAIIiY KAOIiK IMFOHMA TJON lU'HK.U', for which pur pose a printed lilank is provided. The service of tiie IMb'OKMA TION BUREAU Will Cost You Nothing The Brooklyn Facie is the heat advestising medium in the world It carries more resort advertise ment)! than any New York paper, ItatandR PRE-EMINENTLY at the head. An ADVERTISEMENT In the Eale costs little, but brings liiifre results, because the KAtiLK IN FORMATION BUREAU Ib con stantly helping it. Write for iistin blank, picture of Bureau...

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. — 10 June 1904

1 r VOL. IX. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1901. NO. 32. THE WASHINGTON LETTER As the time approaches for the assembling of the grst nominating conventions, the political situation becomes more Interesting, and some unexpected changes are noticed. The Cabinet MinisterH who have been Went and East are returning and rcorting at the White House. They bring good news and are satisfied with the situation. Secretary Hitch cock Is back from Ht. Louis; und Becretary C'ortelyou has returned from a tour of inspection in and around New York. The question of who should be on the republican ticket for Vice President will be left for the Chicago convention to determine. A representative from Indiana, who called at the White House yesterday, Informed the President that while Henator Fairbanks will not strive for the nomination, he will not decline it If it comes to him as the voluntary wish of the party. Congressman Hepburn of Iowa, also saw the Presi dent yesterday. He says that Spe...

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. — 10 June 1904

PIKE COUNTY PRESS. Friday, June 10, 1901 OFFIOR, BROWN'S BUILlIN( BHOADBT, prnwRrrTiow: One Year One dollar !id flfly cents. Bix Months Seventy-five I'enuj. BTKK'TI.Y IS AllVANCR, Rntrwt nt the post offlro of Milford, Plhe County, Pt-nnflYlvania, in nfoonct olasi matter, November twenty-first, ltfV3. Advertising Rates. One oqunro(i-ltfht linns), one Insertion -11.00 Kwh flulwoutmt insertion .60 KMtucptl nvtes, furnislwl on application, will be allowed yearly tulvertlsers. Legal Advertising. Administrator'! and Executor's notices 80 Anuitnr'a notices 4.00 Divorce notices - 5.00 .sheriff's Rules, Ornlmns court sales, Comity Trcfvriiirer'B sal?s, County state ment and election proclamation charged by the square. J. H.'Tsn Ettsn, POBLISFIKR, MUfonl, Piko County, Pa. In order to dotormine if there If a sentiment here to form a village improvement soelety all interestol are invited to moot at the home of Mrs. J. II. Van Etton on Fourth street, Tuesday afternoon, June 14, at 4 p. m. There ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 10 June 1904

Bill! i ; . f JUNE SALE OF- ...OTERiVjUSL.L.S A mammoth purchase of ladies' fine muslin and cambric undergarments at last year's prices which means full 20 per cent less than present figures. Over 100 dozen in the lot. Ladies' Gowns, Long Skirts, Drawers and Corset Covers, the celebrated, "Queen Undermuslins" beauti fully made and elaborately trimmed. Not a garment in the lot worth less than 1.00 and many $1.2o and $1.50 values. A great chance here to replenish your wardrobe for the summer, secure the finest garments manufactured at about present wholesale at one price Don't forget our great sale of New Spring Suits SUITS WORTH FROM . . . $9.00 TO SUITS WORTH FROM . . . $12.00 TO SUITS WORTH FROM . . . $15.00 TO PIKE STREET, - at the head ML A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Pure Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for SOc. Prescription Carefully Compounded H. E. Emerson & Co., Next Door to Hotel Fauohere. PUT YOUR FOOT IN IT... That's the ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 10 June 1904

IMuUuxnoioifi )i Oaoli Giucn 'toy to Macro Os We are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Lion-Heads, cut from the packages, be good, as heretofore, for have always given our customers, but n Addition U the same Lion-Heads will entitle you make soma of our patrons rich men and TVJO The first contest will be on the Ju'y 4th attendance at the St. I,onls Wort 2's Pair; the second relates to Total Vote For President to be cast ts'av. 8, l'M. ao.wo.'. w"! bo dh'ribitied in each of these contests, making $40,000.00 on the two, and, to make it still mure interesting, In addition to this amount, we will give a Ornnd First Prizes Five Lion-Heads cut from Lion Coffee Package and a a cent stamp entitle ycu (In addition to the reg ular free premium) to one vote in either contest: Dili WORLD'S FAIR CONTEST Wnat will be the total July 4th stt-?dnnce at the St. T.omIs Worl'l'l Knit? At Chlcniro. July 4. th a'.tend.in.-o wns 2X).2,3. For nearest correct estimates received in ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 June 1904

f) o T r"7 r-"7 -J. 0 7 to 1 KiDiz)o VOL IX. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1904. NO. on THE WASHINGTON LETTER The present week has lcen a very busy one nt the White House, and In the Exccutivo departments. People who talk with the President come away impressed with the detailed information he possesses in regard to the political situation in the several states, especially New York, Indiana and Illinois. The landing of United States marines at Tangier, ostensibly to protect a foreign legation, gives satisfaction. Secy. Hay finds ample precedent for so doing. He may further find a precedent for landing marines to protect American citizens. It will le a lame conclusion of the whole matter if Mr. Perdiearis is allowed to die in captivity. All matters pertaining to the Chicago convention are now arranged. The President will allow neither liquors nor refreshments to be sold In the convention hall. The gentlemen who are to make nominating speeches have 1een chosen. It has bee...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 June 1904

PIKE COUNTY FEESS. Friday, June 17, 1904. PUBMHHEH F.VICRY FKIOAV. OFFICK, BROWN'S BUILDINO BROAD ST. prnncniPTtoN: Onr Year One dollar and fifty cents. BiX Months Seventy-five cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Entered At the pol niTb of Milford. Pike County, IVnniylvanliv tin seoond claaB matter, November twenty-first, 18yC. Advertising Rates. One srmarofnlffhfllnoiO.one Insertion -il.on Each subsequent Insertion .(VO Reducis! rates, furnished on Application Will be allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. Administrator's and Executor's notices -------- - - B.'X' Amlitor s notices 4.'j Divorce notices 6.0O plierifT's sales, Orphans court sale, County Treasurer's sales, "XJounty state ment anil election proclamation charged by the square. . n. Van Ktten, PUBLIHIIKR, Milford, Pike County, Ta. The appointment of Attorney General Knox to the Senate is generally commended by republican newspapers. It la pointed out that he la a man of commanding ability, broad and liberal statesmanship ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 June 1904

EM JUNE SALE OF- ...UuulkuuSliuo h J J A mammoth purchase of ladies' fine muslin and cambric undergarments at last year's prices which means full 20 per cent less than present figures. Over 100 dozen in the lot. Ladies' Gowns, Long Skirts, Drawers and Corset Covers, the celebrated, "Queen Underniuslins" beauti fully made and elaborately trimmed. Not a garment in the lot worth less than $1.00 and many $1.2,5 and $1.50 values. A great chance here to replenish your wardrobe for the summer, secure the finest garments manufactured at about present wholesale IP at one price . . . Don't forget our great sale of New Spring Suits K-1 SUITS WORTH FROM $9.00 TO SUITS WORTH FROM . . . $12.00 TO SUITS WORTH FROM . . . $15.00 TO PIKE STREET, - at the head A SEASONABLE REflEDY Emulsion of Pure Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda A 12-oz. bottlo for 50c. Preo H. E. Emerson & Co., Carefu Compo taf" Next Door to PUT YOUR FOOT 111 IT... That's the best way to test a shoe. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 June 1904

Johnson's Shoo Store TlieLaFranco Shoes FIT because the lasts they're made on were planned by experts. They keep their shape, because the workmen who made them are experts. They wear be cause their leather was selected by experts. Our fooling as a shoe man has made us fit to lit the feet. Brine in yours. Wc'lf fit' cm. JOKNSOfi, FITTER OF FEET. Port Jervis, N. T. iWL' ..Wli... LIVERY STABLES. If you want a stylish sin g!e or double rig, safe horses, good harness and clean, comfortable carriages at reasona ble prices call on J. B. Van Tassel, Corner Ann and Fourth streets MILFORD PA. wdelvus PViotograpKiR AND DEALER IN Photo Supplies, Developing, Printing & Repairing DONE PROMPTLY. 78 Pike Street, Port Jervis, N. Y J. C. CHAMBERLAIN Real Estate Agent. House! and Lots nnd lot without Houso. Dealer in all kinds of Property. Notary Public ALL BUSINESS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION Office Wells Building Below Dimmlck House Milford, Ta. State Normal School East Stroudsburg, Pa. Rdffulftr Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 24 June 1904

! ) ) 1 7 s v(J ii !i IN! N to1 O VOL. IX. MILFORD. PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1901. NO. 33. "r Li THE WASHINGTON LETTER The past wk has been a busy if Pit an Anxious ono for tlr pi-pnidnnt. The near approach of the Chicago convention is bringing political mat ters to a climax. The platform is being thoughtfully considered, fpcf ially what shall he naid alxmt tariff and reciprocity. As to the vice pres idency, Mr. Rosevelt is not bothering himself, although it is remarkable how many men profess to be anxious to dodge the nomination. The high est opinion now is that it will natur ally go to Senator Fairbanks, of Indiana. The "drift" is conceded to be in his direction, and If he should be snowed under with votes at Chi cago, he will take the compliment very kindly, even sacrificing his feelings and inclinations. The labor question in Colorado begins to loom up, and all sorts of frantic appeals come to the White House urging the president to take some decisive action. This he c...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 24 June 1904

PIKE COUflTY PRESS. Friday, June 24, 1904. runMRHED EVURV KRI DAY. OFFKK, BROWH'B BUILMNO BROAD AT. subscription: One Year One dnllnr and nrt v cents. 8lX Months "Seventy-five cents. STRICTLY IN AIJVANCB. Kntenvt t the post oftloo of Mtlforil, Pike County, Pommylrnnia, ns srcnnd olass nintter, Novomlwr twenty-llrst, Advertising Rates. Unnqnnn(n1irht. linos), one Insertion -II 00 K.-w-h Bils(Mjurnt insertion - - .50 Ki-lurrl rnt.es. furntnhr(l on application, Will be Allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. Administrator'! nnd Eicculor'i nntiws - - 8.0O Auditor's notices 4.00 Dlvorcp notii-rs - - 5.(10 hcritT's pules. Orphans conrt snlcs, (Jouiu.y Trv.iKUn-r'a Hales, County state ment nnd election proclamation clmrtftil by the square. J. H. Vssn Ktten, PUBLISHER, Milford, Tike County, IV II 111 ISO A TEACHER Some illy advised people are rais ing the cry that politics should con trol the school board in its selection of a principal for the puhlio schools here. This is most unfor...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 24 June 1904

ll .U . . . i . j l, JUU 1 f JUNE SALE OF- ...UNDERKIUSUfl A mammoth purchase of ladies' line muslin and cambric undergarments at Fast year's prices which means full 20 per cent less than present figures. Over 100 dozen in the lot. Ladies' Oowns, Long Skirts, Drawers and Corset Covers, the celebrated, "Queen Undermuslins" beauti fully made and' elaborately trimmed. Not a garment in the lot worth less many $1.2.3 and $l.o0 values. here to replenish your wardrobe for the summer, secure the finest garments manufactured at about present wholesale cost. All at one price .... than $1.00 and A great chance K Don't forget our great sale of New Spring Suits SUITS WORTH FROM . . . $9.00 TO $12.50 FOR $5.98 SUITS WORTH FROM . . . $12.00 TO $16.00 FOR $7.98 SUITS WORTH FROM . . . $15.00 TO $25.00 FOR $9.98 fi PIKE STREET, at the head of front - PORT JERVIS. '.lVI;T.lt(lir"r-(i A SEASONABLE REHEDY Emulsion of Pure Norwegian COD LIVER OIL With Hypophosphites of Limo and Soda A 12-oz. bottle for S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 24 June 1904

1 . vJuUii L-iwAs liwU) LOOK (OM n f f fiK ,. - i & A' L i U L;3i L:t3 We are coing to be more liberal than ever in 190 to users of Lion Coffee. Not only will the Lion-Heads, cut from the packages, be good, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but J UEI.Al.OS 310 IliHll. TRAMP3 ,M. LONDON PARKS. the mma Lion-Heads will entitle you to estimates la our 50,000.00 Grand rrUfi Content, whl-h will make some of our patrons rich men and women. You cau send in as many estimates as desired. There will bp In Addition to t!i n vm PiCiiiii!ui3 r- r" The first contest will be on the July 4'h attendance at the (. J.oria fl'orM's Tar; the second relates to Tr'fitl Vo(o i'or President to beenit Nov. 8, 1 '. t 4 . .ao, 000.00 will he distributed in each of these contests, making $40,000.00 on the two, and, to make it sull more interesting, in addition to this amount, we will give a Crzr.i Firs! Prize tf S5.000.00 WWW CPuOriUIlU. ?BOI WITlillllK H UIK t-lJ i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 1 January 1909

Press, VOL. XIV. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY I, 15)09. NO JO BRIEF MENTION MiM Fannie Polllon of New York ' visited Id town (hi week We wish yon a happy New Year. The extent ol (be earthquake hor ror at Sicily ia not yet known aod perbapa the total number of liven lost Barer will be determined. The list of killed grow aod ia now esti mated at probably' 200,000. Towns havo been obliterated, the strait of Messina changed, hundreds of peo ple are, homeless, devastation, des il- ation, want and all the adjuncts of the awful calamity, possibly the i greatest In the history ot the world, are being told. . Now write it 1909. Barry Dewltt of Fitohburg, Mass. f , visited relative here over Xtnas, Bert Beatty of Middle Falls, N. J. who frequently visits town In sum mer was here reoentty Inr a few day. S. Dr. David Chnpin and wife of Boranton are spending a few days with the family of Bon. Jacob Klaer. K. 8. .Wolfe and family recently were guests with Sullivan Co. N. Y. frienda. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 1 January 1909

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLISHED BVKRY FKIDAY. Friday, January 1, 1909 Omi B, BROWN'S HUILK1KU BKOAD KT. BUHSX'HtPTION: Unr Ykar One dollar and fifty centa. Six Months Seventy-live vents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCK. Rntored at (he punt olllee of Milford, Pike County, Peminylvanla, as second 0"ws malter, Novimiiim- twinny-Kml. ltwu, Advertising Rates, Otiv luch, onelriBortinn . . . - . . . . . ii.sn ttach subsequent iusiirtlon ....... .76 tinliu'tiu mtofl, liiritia;u.. on .ipplicatiuii, will Iw ullowi'd yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. A.lmtmt.rator's and Kxeomor's notices 8.00 A uili Lor b notices . 4.00 Divorce noliees .... ... fi.uo ritiurin"s Sftlea, Orphans oourt dale, Jouuty Treasurer's sulrs, County sttoe m tut ami eloutlon proelamatlun oliargt-d by uiu inch. I. U. Van KtUin. PUBLISHER, KIMBLE Mrs. J. E. Dodun of Lackuwnxen spent Chris'niHB with her daughter Mrs. George Daniels. Fred HiMerhrand and wife ol Haw ley siH'iit Xma with the hitters par ents E L Calkins and wife Our Xnias ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 1 January 1909

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. 5p:ia!tis in wja!tn, ia:'.c:s, hi mn and , childrns undrwar. GIovs, hoslry, boots and shoes. AH the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful Veckyai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete stock of mins furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment. CrccVery and glassware direct from England. All of tlc aboVc afe priced that Will lijake itj to 'your advantage to buy of MIT6IIELL BR0S. Bi?oad Stoet SEilf oi?d Pa -The- . .Quick Time Line.. The undersigned . have entered into an arrangement to expedite passenger traffic to and from Port Jervis. Prompt service will be rendered and polite attention shown. In con nection they will conduct a general livery busi ness. Proprietors of Wells, Fargo express. Con nections here with Dingmans and points South.. Findlay & Mllford, fa KILLth. COUCH AND CURE THK LUNGS Or. fling's WITH lev Discovery VMM B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 1 January 1909

1 l-J.i1 1 s ALL INA DAY. "Wo you are really going. little Udyt" The girl turned toward the sial wart figure In tho doorway. "Yes." she sodded brightly. "Come In, Ted, If you can find a scat; you ttay help me strap up this trunk, jf I can ever get all these things in." ruefully glancing at the heaped up chairs. "It's a alums," he continued, "that you should have to go Just an I have made a killing look at that!" lie flashed a check before her amused gaze. "Think of Ihe fun we could Save." ' The pretty color flamed In Nan'i face, and the eyes, like wood violets In hue. with their short, straignt fringes of bronze gold, rbone happily upon the young fellow. . They were both nrtists, these two The girl was an expert miniature worker, while Ted was a "real" ar tist, as Nan said. Nan perched -n the edge of ' the trunk and looked at him thought fully. Ted was conner-te.l with so many pleasant memories, days now Drawing to a close of the early nays of struggle, when the "third floor back" s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 8 January 1909

Plk unity , Cos r 0fi,, J: j 03 N5 VOL. XIV. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY. PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1909. NO 11 Press, BRIEF MENTION Jury Commissioners G. H MeCarty ' and Levi. Lord, with George Smith far clerk, filled the Jury wheel with names this week. The U. S. Supreme Court has re- fused a review of the twenty nine million Ads against the Standard Oil Company. So the Company wins out. An applicant for naturalisation in dourt at Easton this week when aaked 'wbat duties ara discharged by the President" did not know, but When asked bow he earned bia sal-' tald, by Interfering with every body elsea business. He got his papers. Mr "Aba" Roef, ex bom and king ot grafts says he hopes "to get justice ftjim the Supreme Court of California " KiRht here is where wa aay "Amen' ' to "Abe 'a" observa tion. The Oil Trust wiil have to put in a new underground pipeline into Miss ouri. F. F. White on Fourth Street is suffering with an abscess In his bead. v ' Senator feci es Penrose was nomin ated In the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 8 January 1909

PIKE COUNTY PRJ5 ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Friday, January 8, 1909 OrVK B, BROWN'S BUII.DINO BROAD HT. suhstkiition: Onr Vkar One dollar and fifty rents. Six Months rievenl.y-live cwita. STRICTLY IM AUVANl'K. Rntorod at. the post oflice of M'.lfnrd, Pike Cotnuy. I'ennsylvtuiia, n nwrnul cnws manor, Novemhor twenry-iirt!,, IHyrt. Advertising Rates. Orwlnch. onftUisort.lor - - - --slfio Encb suhaeuutmt insertion .76 KHlui'od mU's, (uniUtU'l mi implication Will he allowed yearly tulv,ir,lRcni. Legil Advertising. Adinlni-trntor's mid Kxi;otllor's no?i?e , S.'i Auditor's notbjeft - - Divorce notW'CR .... - - Sliurlff't Bnk'3, Orphans court snliw, lounty 'fri'tisluvr's i;iU.s, County t.vl mint and election i)r,M',l;uimion chitted by the lucb. J. B. V.o Klttin, PlJ BLIH1IKII, Mrs. M. Andrews has gone west on a Visit with fripml.s. ' Waltur Dinnnmn has entered the employ of Mitclmll Brothers James K. Bull and -wife of N, Y. recently visited hla mother in town. Ilex P! 7. of Brooklyn spent N...

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