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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 19 March 1909

THE MILFORD . STORK OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. 3:h!tls in wii'u, izUi mn? and childrns undrwar. Glovs, hosiry, boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful Vfockw?(2ai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete stock of mas furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment. CrccVery and glassware direct from England. All of tlc aboVe at prices tjliatj Will lrjake it to your advantage to buy of . .: Ml TG IT E IX Bli OS. Bod Stszzt ffiilrIoi?d Pa 4 -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 & Wheeler, Mllford. P PROPRIETORS KILLthi COUCH AND CURE THK LUNGS w,th Br. ling'...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 19 March 1909

CHIXA CtOSEf. Convenient Article of Fnrnltore th Can C Made it Home. tbe Homestead give a description ef a home-made china closet. The bate helf, or table part, la 20 Inchc high and ghoald be from SI to 60 Inchca long, depending on the alee cf the room In which It will be placed when llnlahed. The width of the table top should be from IS to 24 Inchea, and the cabinet, or top part, ta 13 Inchea wide and from 41 III- - l HOME-MADE CHINA CLOSET. to f 0 lnchei high. The back of the itMnet la of three-elghtha beaded celling, and, with the exception of the ciown molj and the legs, the table la built or seven-elghtha or three-Quarter inch lumber. The helve hare either small groovea riot, ed In them or small half rounds t-illod cn tn rear portion of them for holding the platea In an upright pofklon, the grooves being preferred. The tooks for tbe cups, etc., are placed where tesired, also the S'clves. end the alia of the plate r.iutt regulate the distance between t-ieni. Many famine have one...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 26 March 1909

Press. irr Cffie 11 1 01 VOL. XIV. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY. MARCH 2G, 1909. NO 22 me beiit MICTION Oe-tffei B. Kim be, mhn (m tMi al limbics In this nnty, died at hie heme in Elleaville. K. T , March le, ef heart trouble inl nearly ft yens. Via rath wet John A., and his mother Mlaa Phewfc fteea well nillveef tela toan, J.be A., Clad In 1111, ahlee"C was only tea meeths aid. bat ka motbev wbe re sided with Mat la fat living el the ip of tl years. , Bar father Jibe Rvknstl we a eoMiarln the lW.l aiieeary wat eat waa alert ff af tblt an air. Jan a Molllnaavea baa retaraed ta low a foe tbeeammer. Dun 'I ftr tba beakel ball faana between Haw lay and Milfe-d la Broaa'e Ball, Hetardsy evening at U.Upm Admleeioa tls. John Taa Datblll, bo haa bean absent several mentha la egaiB a gaaat here. Aetna Welawrigbt died at bia htme la Heii,vi11e, H J Tuesday moralng gd eboet SI years It It aappoead be araa poisoned by acting fits. Mrs. Watson C1m died at faerj home la Malamttraa Wedaeeday...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 26 March 1909

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLISHED KVEWY FKIOAY. Friday, March 19, 1909 Orrn , BROWN'S BUII.DINU IlKOAD st. ritbscription: On Y it A B One dollar and fifty cents. tx Months Seventy-five cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Rntereil at the poat oflln of Milfnrd. Pike County, Puuiifiylrnnin, ns aticonil e'nsf matter, NotpiiiIk!!' twenty-Oat, ln'.lft. Advertising Rates. On inch, onetnsertton - - - - - - - - II ,i Eaoh sutMequetlt Insertion .75 Keduee.1 rate, furnlatird on nppltcntion, will tie allowed jroarly Advertisers. Leg's! Advertising. Administrator's nnd Exnciitor's notloes Auditor's notices 4.) Divorce notices .... ... t,.W Hlwrlff's sales, Orphans emirs Knles, Vmnty Treasurer's salt's, County stuu--raint and election pruclninntlon chart? d by the inch. J. n. vo iitn, Pbblibhkb, A girl up in Wny tie county one day last week in attempting to fill an aching tooth with cotton opened ber month so wide that slie dislocated her jaw. Is the tooth a i large that it took a whole odton bat to All the ca...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 26 March 1909

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Long-est Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. 5 i to v)'ij, U:Y:i, UV.i, m.u and childrns undrwar. Glovs, hosiry, boots and sho:s. AU tlie latest sty les and best materials for winter vear. Beautiful reckveai? A New Department A large assortment ol Laces and Trimmings. A complete sto:k o1 m:i3 fu.-n-si'ngs. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment, CrtcVery and g!as37are direct from England. . All of tljc aboVc at prices that xfill irjakc it to youi? advantage to buy of MXreilELL BR0S. Boad Stesefc Bilffoi?d Pa -J - The uick Time Line. The undersigned have entered into an arrangement to expedite passenger traffic to and from Port Jervia. Prompt service v.'.ll be rendered and polite attention sbown. 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 & Milford, Pa When Hello to Kt LI, th5 COUGH I Utl VOLL; Trial BcfJc Froal DOB MONEY P....

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 26 March 1909

OVERDONE. AFFECTION. Tea girl In Us frilly white town keerraaged tin loftn In the brass Wl kssasee eke realised what a lUralit picture of domesticity she state while dolag te. "It ! perfectly dreadful," ihe said, "the wT Clara nags that poor aas siae tkey ere married!" "Den ihe?" aihfd the young man who area elttlat admiring her grace Pa) aastleae. "I tkesght ike was (tHaatitr feed of Charlie." The yeaag wemaa In the frilly wkMe gew eased akruptly with a tees la eaa kaad. "Oh, she Is!" she eried. "That's just the trouble! She . tea t bear le hare him out of bet atgfct. If he Is flre mlantes late to Wsaer she fats hist thremgh a regu lar eeteehwa. I don't see hew he steads It!" "Meyke he doesa't aled," saggeit e the ysvsg ass. The yeaag woaaa cast a reproach ful lok at klat. "Had?" she cried. "Of course I aktea! Wealda't yeu salad If I feared at yea aad wasted you to ac eeiiat fer every breath you drewT rToskta't yen? And I'm oaly en gaged la yea!" "It wealda't be Tery nice," admit t...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 2 April 1909

03 Press. .1 Rile uuraity VOL. XIV. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, PJ09. NO 2:i BRIEF MENTION Fardinand P. Earle nf Monro, N. Y., who sent his wife and child to Franc and married hi "soul af finity" Miss Kuttnar who daeerted him la low being esed by brr for divorce. ,81i alleges ha la ioaane and wai when aha married him Thara ia no donbt bat that ha ia not only orazf hut bad and llltla more can ba aaid o' her. Any woman who will wring In on a faintly, displace tha real wife and become a 'tool affinity" lack aauae and good morals. Mr. A. M. Mattlar and aon Ben jamin wera at Sorenton the Brat of tba week to attend the faneral of lb hrnm sister Mra. Spenser. . Mrs. ft L. Van Akin of Lack, waxen underwent an operation for appendicitis ia the Port Jervl hos pital Salt week. " Street ' Commissioner Ryder baa been acraplug and otherwise improv ing the borough street during tha past week. Will Steele want to Roanoke, Va.. thia week to begin practice and en ter tha Altoona ball ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 2 April 1909

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Friday, April 2, 1909 orrii , BROwn'8 BniLDiso broad kt. subscription: Our Ykar One dollar and fifty cents, ix Months Seventy-five cents, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Rot-tired at the port office of Mllford, Pike County, Pennsylvania, m seonnd lau matter, November twonty-first, 18y6. Advertising Rates. On Inoh, onelnsertlon - - - - - -. - - St. fin Eaoh subsequent Insertion .7ft Reduced ratea, furnished on applioation, Will ha allowed yearly advertiser. legal Advertising. . Administrator's and kzeoiitor's notloes - - - - S.00 Auditor's notices - - -- 4. no Divorce notloea - - 6.00 Sheriff's aalea, Orphans oourt sales, bounty Treasurer's Balos, County state ment and election proclamation charged by the inch. J. V. Van Kttaa. PrjlUBHKK, EGYPT MILLS Mill Nellie Bnnaell sf Bashkill pent Sunday witb ker f-randparents st Meadow Brook. The people of Pine Ridge M. E. chnroh beld a chicken sapper short time ago and the amount col lected was about twenty doll...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 2 April 1909

THE MILFORD STORK OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped , FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. 5p:Sa!tis In wntu, Uili, mns and childrns undrwar. Glovs, hosiry, boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. , Beautiful Vixkvsai?: A New Department j A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete ttcckof mm furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment. CrccVery and glassware direct from England. All of tlc aboVc at prices tliat Will lijake it to youu advantage to buy of HITeHELL BR0S. . Bcoad Btsezzt SBilfoisd 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. Pa KILLthi COUCH and CURE tut LUNC8 Or. King's WITH Ikxi Discovery PRICK HIH aT -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 2 April 1909

' V, --UllUlJ-ll'tll'T CBEY1KB ORDERS. COLORS THAT BOTICT." The Poor Relation "I used to wonder." mid the poor relation, "why our Aunt Marl or our Uncle Bill didn't glv ua a little of their money. Now there'! two families, relation of ours, both got tit of money, more'n they know what to do with, as the aaylng la, but they never gave na a cent, and we bad ao many usea for It. "They had horses and carriages they've both got an automobile now too and tbey both had flue houses and they lived In good style, and wa had to plug from week to week for what we did have, with never any margin for luxurlea or even for some of the comforts, and they knew these things, or they must have known them, and they might hare given n something without ever missing It, but they never gave us anything. "They'd , ask us to dinner some times and when we went they ased to treat us Just as nice as could be, and sometimes they came to see us, but never any money, and tbey had ao much. After" a-whlla I began to...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 9 April 1909

Pike County goiri omctiiioa VOL. XIV. HILFOKI), PIKE COUNTY. L'A.. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 15)09. NO 24 BRIEF MENTION On n amendment In tha Pnro Food bill tt. eliminate lbs use of ben soate of soda aa a preservative Mar. Tin of Hike, and Fourth nf Wayne voted In fsvnr of It, while Kinney n( Monroe, tha pridenf tbe Ministerial Association of that oounty favored by his Tote the ue of th dope. Nelson, the liveryman, lias bnnglit floe passetigar auto for use In bust nets.. Mrs 8. G. Vanderbeck and dangh ter of Ilackensaek, N. J. Is visiting the family of John C Warner. Robert Wilbur and wife of Cata sauqun, Pa. were litre Tuesday inai. auto. Mis James QiIdh returned Mon day from Yorkers where she baa been visiting the family of John C Watson Madame L Rnssell Garnler of Tbe Castle at Tarry town, N. Y. Is spend ing a few days In town. Congressman A. Mitohell Palmer of this distilot made bis maiden speech in Congress last week, taking as his text the tariff and particular ly the lumber vched nie....

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. — 9 April 1909

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Friday, April P, 1909 orriiE, brown's buildino broad bt. subscription: Owr Ykar One dollar and fifty cents. "MX Months fseveuty-flve cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Kntered at the nosfc office of Mllford. Pike County, Pennsylvania, as seooud c'ass matter, Noveiubor twenty-first, lays. Advertising Rates. On,lnch, onetnsertlnn ---- .-It. so Kaoh subsequent Inaertion ----. .76 Keducud rates, furnished tin applloatton, will he allowed yearly advertisers. Legl Advertising. A1ralnltrator's and Executor's notloes - -- 8.00 Auditor's notices s.oO Divorce notloes - . . 6.U0 Shorlff's sales, Orphans court sales, bounty Treasurer's sales, County state mant and election proclamation charge d by the inch. J. H. ran Kttaeu PllBLISHIR, Philip Hathaway wife and daugh ter Mary, who have been absent dur inf the winter, have retarned. A forest fire, Wednesday, baroed from Pond Eddy to Mill Rift threat ening that hamlet. A Urge force of men fought it persisteatly w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 9 April 1909

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. 5.:h!tU ji'Vs, hi'?, mn? and childrns undrwar, Glovs, hoslry, boots and shoes. All the latest v styles and best materials for winter wear. A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete sto:kofm;m fufnis'i'ngs. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment CrccVery and glassware direct from England. All of tlc aboVc at prices that Will rrjakc it to your advantage to buy of HIT8HELL BR0S. Bi?oad Stezzb ffiilfopd Pa 4 -The- Quick Time Lsne.. 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, Pa KILLTHe COUGH M CURE THE LUNGS w Br. King's Ete Discover FOB roycHS JWm. WOLDS Trial Battl. Frw THROAT ANftlUN...

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. — 9 April 1909

IMMENSE CONCRETE PIERS. ThoM of Clover Bar bridge May Bo Largest In the World. The concrete pier of the Clover Bar Bridge on the Grand Trunk Paci fic Railway are aald to be the largest of concrete piers In Canada, and per haps In the world, says the Edmonton Bulletin. There are four of them, Two of which are 140 feet high and the others seven feet less In height. The bridge from the abutement to abutement Is 1.660 fe?t In length. The piers extend forty feet below the sur face of the water. The concrete work was undertaken In midwinter. This was one of the difficulties with which the construct ing company had to contend. To work with concrete during cold weath er It Is necessary to use heat Houses were constructed around the piers and these were heated with steam, which waB conveyed by pipes from a plant on the river bank. After placing and packing the concrete In lis molds. It was also necessary that It should be kept heated for at least a day, and then allowed to be set gradually. ...

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. — 16 April 1909

ouety pre VOL. XIV. MILF01M). PIKE COUNTY. I'A.. FRIDAY, APRIL !, 15)00; NO 25 Ti :tA li 11 JteJS' THE BACHELOR MAIDS An aggregation o( town young In lips gave a very enjoyable and laughable entertainment in Brown's I lull Tuesday evening. From begin ning to end the large audience was la the best or humor nod manifested 1 p-oval by hearty applaas . To distinguish ' any individual charncle-, when all weie so admirably rendered, would be invidious, but Marie Cltol, as Mrs. Bridget O'Hsra (a culinary star), Marguerite Jaillet as Mrs Plod dlng-8cbmidt, Emily Warner as Mrs Munhatlen unci Edna Klaer na Mrs. Maginnis (proprietor of the Employer's Bnr.mu). who assumed leadti g tol were especially happy la portraying tlu'ir purls. 60 well were al pleased that it would be conferring a favor if the young Indies would con sider repenting the entertainment, at a Masters Alfied Lymnn, Charles Kenwonhey, and the little Misses Herbst, Hisenm, Humbert and MoOrty grenily pleaed by their singing. Foll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 16 April 1909

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLisnen every fkioay. Friday, April 16, 1909 Orrii t, BROWN'S BUILblNQ BROAD HT. bi'iisoriptiok: Onb Ykar One dollur and fifty cents. Six Months Suvent.v-llve wnita. STK1CT1.Y I.N ADVANCE. Rntered at the pot office of Milford Plkfl OoltUfF. PflUlylVHIlift, Hi SUCOlKi olsas Ir-ntter, November twenty-fir.t, Ib'Jfi AUDITOR'S NOTICE Iln the Orph m's Court fur th County of Pike. Advertising Rates. Onlnc-h, one insert tor II ft" Each subsequent insertion .75 H0UU011 r.tMv,turnisi.il un aiplicattui. Will be allowed yearly advertisers. Legil Advertising. Administrator's and Executor's notises - 8"0 Auditor's notices 4.0 Divorce notices fi.'O Sheriff's sales, Orphans court flnles, Jounty Treasurer's sales, County st.tle msnt and election proclamation ohnt-gt d by the lucb. 4. H. Wmn Kttcn. PPBLIBHKEt, K.s'atb of KOUKKT AWDKR90N deceased. E iPCUtnrtA ocou n t The undersigned, appointed "Auditor to pass upon the exceptions film! in the above stated nc-connt. to re-tnto stii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 16 April 1909

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Sp:ialtis in wjdIus, ja:'it3, ladis, mis and childrns undrwar. GIovs, hosiry, boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete sto:k of m:u furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment, CrccVery and glassware direct from England. " All of Mc aboVc at prices that Will lijake it to yom advantage to buy of MIT0HELL BR0S. Boad Steezfc ffiilfosd Pa -The- Quick Time Line.. Th 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. Pa KILLtheCOUCHI and CURE the LUNGS w,th Br. King's flcv; Discovery FAR OUCHS sr81 OLuS Tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 16 April 1909

r Yv J V 1 Yv A Hiving "You look rather done up," remark tod Atkins, when Shelley returned to the office after a few days In the coun trjr. "Didn't your outing agree with yout What's the matter with your facet What ninkes It so swollen ?" "I may not be as handsome as I wi," replied Shelley, "but I'm wiser than when I left town. I've learned something, and tnat is not to deviate from my own special line of work. Hereafter beekeepers in particular need have no fear of competition from me." "Go v.u and tell me about it," said Atkins. "Yestirday morning," Shelley re lated, "Genevieve she's the well, she's Burton's sister took me out into the garden to see her brother's roses. We were wandering along the paths In quite an idyllic fashion when we heard a queer bumming sound. "What's that?" I asked. 'Have all the mosquitoes In the county congre gated here?' "'Mosquitoes!' repeated Genevieve 'Don't you know a swarm of bees when you hear it? See, they are gathering on a branch of that cedar,...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 23 April 1909

IDS IV County Press. V(?LX,V- , MILFOKD, PIKE COfeTY. PaT, FRIDA.Y, APllIL 2'j , 1909. " v9. Df rto Boghe of Brooklyn vis Had bU feaegHloW near' Rayinocd kill falli lb first of this week. A aew atowobfl law will be In eff.-ot after the Irsl of next January ia this elate. The change froaa the , old are malarial and tba hosese faaa are raised, i Tba speed la increased lo It nllek ab hoar lor tbe open ocuotry ana te 1 a thickly eettled plus. la little country town, tba at tram la fashion always looks fast Automobiles are lift people tbo - cheap ODFttara nnisy. Few aveir think that a boy may be tired. It so often happens by the time one Is well off in this world be Is wall on toward the nest vareie pe eansea mora men trouble than lsioes and wickedaass combined. Work to laaprove reaolta. ' Never mind yoor job it will take oara of Itself. There are many ways to do thing wrong, bat c-nly one way to do it right. It's the thing we didn't do thai we regret most. Tbe value of your services dep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 23 April 1909

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLISHED EVER V FRIDAY. Friday, April 23, 1909 OrWU B, BROWN'S BDILI11NO BROAD ST. subSckiptios: Onr Ykar One dollar and fifty cento. IX Months Seventy-live cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCR. Icntoped at the Dflut office of Milford, Pike County. PeniiHylvrtnia, a second o'asr matter, November twenty-first, 18W6. Advertising Rates. Oiif inch, onetntwrtton ll.RO Esoh tulwequont Insertion - Keductrtl nvttm, furnish d on implication, Will be allowed yearly ad vwr Maori. Legal Advertising. A 4mlnltrnriv's and Kiecutor'l nnt.lw. - 3.00 Auditor' nottcei nivnrre notice ' -W Sheriff' sales, Orphan court sales, mint TpuftKimir'i Rule.. County Btate- D.'nt and election proclamation onargid by the inch. J. H . ran Btt.n. PUBLISHES, Dr. C. 8. Raymond and wife are visiting in New York. Frederick Beadle, for many years a visitor here, died at Murray pill Hotel in New York yesterday. H was a liberal contributor to ohnrche in (own and bis death will be greatly deplored by many friends he...

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