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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 August 1909

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORKS Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF SPRING GOODS. Specialties in woolens, Jacktes, ladies, mens and childrens underwear. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. . AH the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. 'Beautiful JVeckwsai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces stock of m:as furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment. Crt e'eery and glassware direct from England. All of tfye aboVc ats prices blmfc Will liyake it? to Vou:p advantage to buy of MIT0IIELL BE0S. Bcoad gttesatj ffiilfoi?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. i Fin l Milford. Pi dlay & When MLLtniCOUCH and CURE thk LUNGS Dr. King's WITH tier Discovery ft ...

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. — 6 August 1909

tasBBsaBSHss asBEsasangaBMasB A ROYAL DISAPPOINTMENT "The carrlaae la waiting. Princess." "I will walk this morning," ths princess Ilosatie answered graciously. Then to her lsdles-ln-waitlng with a sweet winning smile, "I wish to be nlnne." The royal wish constituted a com mand, and the malas-of-honor soon dispersed to their several diversions. Left alone, the Princess waadered thro'h her beautiful gardens, and at length tnnlto her war to her favorite arbor, a little retreat tucked away under a huge bowlder, where the roses grew In riotous profusion, and the branches of the trees heavy with folliiKo Interlaced, forming a canopy, that the golden sunlight tried to pene trate, but that only a few shafts of gold could pierce. The birds flew In snd out at . will, and their strange sweet chorus, together with the song of the gentle south wind and rustling lr-ivea, formed a delightful symphony jf .formi by that most wonderful r.nist. Mother Nature. It was alto reiher a charming nook, and w...

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 August 1909

) A ICefiri Offlci 11 1 CJ VOL. XIV. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1909. NO 42 rake Bress. BRIEF MENTION Robert Dryadale of Pnuklyn is spending a abort ttme with friends iu town Note the new 'ad' of Jihnson, tba ehoeman, which appears in this issue. The Milford nine defeated the Pittsburg Giants Tuesday by a score of t-0. Tte defeat ol the visitors was Inrgely due to tbe superb pitch of Mahoney, Mrs. Arthur Sullivan entertninert Tuesday afternoon a company of.. A f i i r 1 Indies in bonor of her friend Reid of Brooklyn. T. B Morse is spending the week at bis saruuier home on 4th Street. Mrs. Dr. George W Andrews of Woonsocket, R. I Is visiting her sis ter Mr. C. A White nt the Manse. George A. Koeoling of Sbohola Was in town Tuesday. Last Sunday's North American contains a very readable article on a canoe trip down the Delaware. Tbe dangerous rifts are described and there are several exoelient illustra tions of sceres along the river. To those fond of the sport thein...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 13 August 1909

X) PIKE COUNTY PRESS SHERIFF'S SALE ITA1L0RS PUBMSIIRD EVERY FRIDAY. Friday, August 13, 1909 orm e, browk's building broad at. subscription: Onr Ykar One dollar and fifty fenta. ix Months Sfveiity-flve rents. BTHKTLY IN ADVANCE. Kn tared At the pot office if AH t ford, flkfl (Jouiity, Pi-nusylvanin, nn ppnnl oi-v iimttur, NoTfiuUer lvYt!iuy-tIrtt, Advertising Rates. Oft, Inch, one Insertion - ---- . . . ) Mi K toll utwequtmt Insertion .76 rttitiirett ru, furnlslud nn npplicittlnn, will . Allowed yearly itdrtirtleers. Legil Advertising. A'lmlntstrntor's and Executor's not I -tea A a t. lor's notices - .'0 Di v. M-ee notices - - ... cihcrllT's sales, Orphans court sales, lount-y Treasurer's mili'B, County tuu m tns mid election proclamation ohartr. d bj the luch. J. H. V. Ettan. POBUSHER, Republican State Ticket Jodge Juprcine Court, KOBEKT VON MOSCHZISKER, Philadelphia. Auditor General, A. E. 8IS80N, Erie. State Treasurer, JEREMIAH A. 8TOBEH, Lancaster. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKE r, Jur...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 13 August 1909

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF SPRING GOODS. Specialties in woolens, facktes, ladies, mens and childrens underwear. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete stock of m;ns furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment, CrtcVery and glassware direct from England. All of trjc aboVc life prices feliafe Will lxjake it to your advantage bo buy of HIT6HELL BR0S. Bi?oad Stszzt ffiilfocd Pa - Tho 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 Soutb. Findlay & Mllford. Pa KILLthi COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS rim p:Mf lev Discovery MB U. THROW AND LUNG TR...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 13 August 1909

CIDER IN A CISTERN. Wardlnaky Pump Apple Julea Out of an Old Wtll. A let method of itorinn cider li la ocu la the apple growing section of IB Bin Bend country. Washington. John Wardlnsky, a farmer In south era Doutfaa county, baa a dry veil on his place which he lined with ea rnest In ah approved sanitary manner. This he used as a elder clstera, says What to Eat, placing his' dder ia It for storage through the winter. The well ts equipped with a pump. Mr. Wardlnsky formerly llred la the great apple growing section ol northwesf Arkansas, and saya that It la aot uncommon for farmers there to keep elder In thia manner, where It Is favored almost a much as stor ing la barrels. Convenience In drawing It for tun Is another argument favoring Uie cis tern method. A chemical la need to prevent the cider from acquiring too great a degree of hardness. A Knighted American. Sir Benjamin Weet (1788-182) was born at Springfield, Pennsylvania, of Quaker parentage. He was elected the successor of Si...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 20 August 1909

O ft c IKE orrlet lx 2 Ji ii VOL XI 7. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PAM FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909. NO 43 BRIEF MENTION Rui QsWtrt hn booftht two lota corner o( Sixth aod Ado streets and will bnlli a concrete block bouse on them. There is a demand hi town for moderate sized home for rent, and also To accommodate city people looking for summer houses. Snob bnllding would be a profitable in vestment. W. H. Smith of Philadelphia, ban been appointed State Commissioner of banking In place of J. A. Borkey who was rather noted 'or absentee- lim. v JL P. Baddy and wife spent eev cral dnys recently at tha Forest Lake Club in Leekewaxen. The bonae ta about JOO guests. The river asora Port .Jervee fce- tng fancied for eels and other fifth. If they are wine they will not attempt any neighborhood visiting thia fall Lot altnply lie low in deep water, and so save their hldea. It doea not seem exactly right or fair that the upper atretoh of the Delaware can be so thoroughly walled in with weir and the people...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 20 August 1909

PIKE " COUNTY PRESS PUlit-ISBBO EVEBY FRIDAY. Friday, August 20, 1909 orru a, Bnowa'a buii.disq bboadkt, sitbscriptioh: Obk YkU One dollar and fifty cents. Six Months Heventy-flve cents. STRICTLY IK ADVANCE. CoUred at tha post offloe of Mllfnrt, Fika County. Funus-lranla, as second s' asc nalr, Novsmber twen.y-fll., 18UH. Advertising Rates. Oft loch, on Innortlon - -r,--. --$l.(Ht B ich subsequent insertion .76 Reduced rU,furniBhtd on application. Will be Allowed yanxly t-d-nrfciS-Bra. legal Advertising. Adm.ntito-ntOT'a and Kiwmtor'i notion S.'"J ' Auditor's nnttoea - - 4.tO DtTcirnr notice - - 1 - 6.U0 8 ho riff' a mIm, Orphni oovrt sale. Jcrantjr-TTBMorur'a a., Couuty sUtu went and election proclamation chargid bf the inch.. 4. H. Vu BttWM. POBLIBHKK, Republican State Ticket Jndge Jupreme Court, -ROBERT VON MO8CIIZI8KER, Philadelphia. Auditor General, : A. E. 8I8SON, Erie. 8tate Treasurer, JEREMIAH A. STORE R, ; Lancaster; REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET, Jury Commissioner, GEORGE H. Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 20 August 1909

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF SPRING GOODS. Specialties in woolens, jacktes, ladies, mens and children underwear. Gloves, hosiery, 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 stock of m:ns fuiniihings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment. CrocVcry and glassware direct from England. All of tljz aboVc at prices fcliafc will rqake ill to yotiu advantage to buy of ; MIT0HELL' BR0S, Bcoad gteeafc Sfiilfl osd Pa -The- .. Quick Time Line The undersigned 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 & Mlrford. Pa ffii Wlien KILLthi COUCH AND CURE THK LUNGS w Dr. King's t.sv; Discovery aHB U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 20 August 1909

f . - i - .. . . . .' ... ... ,. ; RIWtTIM COOC. A Msv York Fsrmsr Wha Oalne Grstlud but not Wealth. Tills story li told on David Brow tor, a farmer, who baa lived near Dolphoa for 40 rears. During grass hopper times many years ago Mr. Brewster 'nrtunately bad a crib full of corn, anJ corn got to be worth more than money In that part of tbs State. Two new settlers wbo wers Just about starving went to buy a lit tle of the grain. "Mr. Brewster," aald on of the would-be' buyers, "will yo sell us a little of that corn?" "Not a d d ear," waa the reply. "But we are nearly starved and here Is the money; Just nam your price," said one of the men. "Put up your money. I'm not seis ing any com." he replied. "But we will pay you 15 1 10 a liusheL" "Didn't I say I wouldn't sell you any corn? Do you take me for llarr The men turned to depart. "Hay," called Brewster, " drive around to the end of the crib and pat In 10 bushels, but not an ear more. I'm not going to get rich off my neigh bors'., mis...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 27 August 1909

Dm VOL. XIV MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PAM FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1909. NO 44 P5ke BRIEF MENTION Invlfaltona have been received here to An old folks plcnlo to be lield t The Pines, of which A. N. Roe is proprietor, Dear Branohville, N. J., Lbor Day. President Taft will demand postal savings; banks. He dona not think they would Injure local banks, but that many who now hide their mon ey, or aand it abroad, wonld be in duced because of the government guarantee to deposit it. Those who now are afraid uf local banks would hare eonfldenoe in postal savings banks allowing low rate of Inter est. Wednesday was hot one, tbe . jneroary climbed toward to the- top of the tube but rested at 94. Tbe Btrondsburg Times and Deoio ' era are booming Hon. A M. Palmer for anything Dnainorntlo, and be is predioting all kiwis or success for that party In the next congressional nd presidential elrrtiona. Pred lo tions like cbiokena sometimes oome home to roost, and not always tend to establish a high reputation for...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 27 August 1909

4 PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLWUHB EVERY FRIDAY. Friday, August 27, 1909 Orm C, BROWH'S BUILDIRO BROAD ST. subscription: Osk Ykar One dollar and fifty cents. Six MosVhs Seventy-five cents. STRIOTtV IM ADVANCK. Knrod a the port office of Mllford, Pike Cnouiy, Pennsylvania, as second 0 w inaltor, November tweutj-nritt, la3. , Advertising Rates. Oft-tnoh, onelnaertlon . . . . . 1 Eoh subsequent insertion - .76 Hod need rauwi, fumUhed on npplloatlon. Will te w!liWHi yearly advwrtleers. Legal Advertising. AilmlnMmtnr'l and Kxeoulor's notloes.- .' Auditor's notices Dlvorue notlor - - .... 6.1K HherllTs nKm, Orphans oonrt sales, jounty. Treasurer's lalm, County IWU' msnc snA eleotlon proclamation ohanod Ity tue Hicb. . 4. m. stttea. PrjSLIsHSR. Republican State Ticket . Jail go Jupreme Coart, ROBEUT VON MOSCUZI8KER. Philadelphia. Auditor General, A. E. 8I8SON, Erie. State Treasurer, JEREMIAH A. 8TOBER, Lancaster. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET, ; Jury Commissioner, GEORGE H. MoCARTfT, Hilford Borongb....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 27 August 1909

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped ;c FINEST LINE OF SPRING GOODS. Specialties in woolens, jacktes, ladies, mens pnd childrens underwear. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. AH the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful A New Department A large assortment of Laces stock of m:ns furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment. CrccVery and glassware direct from England. All of kliz aboVc xifc prices that Will .lijake it to your advantage to buy of HIT6HELL BROS. Bcoad Stezzt SEilfoed Pa J" - Th .Quick Time L 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 -?-v - Wlitr. KILL couch inb CURE thi LUNGS wrrH Dr. King's lz v Discovery D M 1THK0AT AND LUNO TMO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 27 August 1909

PLIM-FLAH, Hew Taks Advantage f a Coctf Natures' Falesman. a new film flam fame wa worked lew days ago on a grocer clerk who had Just been given employment In an uptowa drag store. A stranger who entered the store purchased a Bvent cake of soap giving a ten dollar aote Id payment and receiving a Are-dollar one, four ones and 85 cents In cola In change. Putting the mall aaonef In bis socket he placed another dollar note on top of the four ones and asked for a live-dollar bllL The dark readily handed over and the etranger put the note In his pock ... Then taking the 15 Drat given him and pissing It en top of the Bva 1 Vila, which the clerk had aot yet taken from the counter, he requested the r.-turn of his original lit note. The accommodating clerk compiled with the request before figuring out where he stood and the stranger left the stnre richer by a "liver," 96 cents In change and a cake of aoap. Phila delphia Record. ' His Sign Down. A disheveled man, much the for llqsor, staggered...

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

i,pra Off i , in VOL XIV. 3IILFOUD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1909. NO V .1 iiiiSi CHIEF MENTION V Hero ii la Hum tit our school to epea end pur school rooms have not (wn claoaeil. Tho local trustee w to see tbpl bta wiiIotd. The Lay. too Kbool on partly seaned when the person doing lbs Job was seised with an attack of vertigo and left It la bad shape. The stata in Aiture will par two cast ao apre on all alala landa to the township la which they lis fa school poTpomm, provide Iba acboul district levies a las of aot less then four mills. Tba Pitblto 8ervloe Commission of N. T. wig have a hearing aavt Tues day oa tha appttoation of tha In aaaaa tijuteo-Klaoteio Oo, to oper--" tnolWy 4ia-aadpply alaotrfe light to trt Jsrvts. It la aaid tba company controls a right of way here bat so fur as. we can learn It ia an air It via. It may be hoped pra ni lesion to do business will ba graut al them and wa will a whether tt will ba work or axoasea. Wa wonder what ia Wins done abont ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 September 1909

? IKE COU WTY PRESS .UIIMSUKI) EVERY KKIDAY, Friday, September 3, 1909 Orm K, BROWS 8 lll'ILUINO BROAD n. SVllSCKIPTION: Osf Ykah One dollar and fifty reuta. ''IX Mo.vihk Seventy-live cents. - STK.'.TLY IS AHVANCR. Rn'prod at the pot oITloc of Milford, Hikr i.'ouiliv IVunsrlTmOa, a wwnil 0 i atl'r! Novt'iiilicr tweiiiy-llria, 1SV Advertising Rates. 1 1 . inh nn inanrtlnn - - - - . . - - It Id v.wU AiitHHwiii-at Insertion .76 rtiim l r;i" ,fiirniHlu'l on application will lie allow ' yearly lulvMsera. . Legil Advertising. Altnlntstrntor'a and Eieculor's notiws ' Auditor's notice Divorce turtle s . ' tiherifl's soles. Orphans court sales, lountv Treasurer' a sules. County etale m.'nt and election proclBiuation char' ! bf the inch. J. B. Vss Ktten. PrBLIBHtR. Republican State Ticket Judge Jupreme Court, KOBEKT VON MOSCilZlSKER. Philadelphia. ' Auditor General, A. E. SISSON, Erie. Btate Treat urer, JERKMIAH A. STOI1EH, . Lancaster. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET, Jury Commissioner, GEORGE H. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 September 1909

HE. .MILFORD STORE -x OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped ?...' . FINEST LINE OF SPRING GOODS. ." " . ... t l .f . f-J' I specialties in wooiens, jacttres, laaics, mens ana cliildrens underwear. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. AH the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful JVeckweai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete stock of m:is furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment Crc c'ery and glassware direct from England. All of the above Tit that Vill 117'akc ill to advantage to buy of MIT6HELL BR0S. i?oad Stewtif: 1. 7 - The Quick Time Line.. The undersigned have entered into an arrangement to expedite passenger traffic to an4 rom Portjervis. 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 ii When Hello to KILL the COUCH AND CUR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 3 September 1909

Toe Valuable new to Put to the Use it Once Served. Man? are the uses of sawdust. In the days when the sawdust wngon mude Us lumbering rounds through the streets of moat large eltis two commercial uses of sawdust were to sprinkle floors and to shelter lead pipes from cold and glass bottles from breakage. Near every sawmill was a rat for the sswdust and It was carted awajr free by an J ous who bod any as for tt. In this era ef the use of by-pro-ducta sawdust has a, commercial value. It Is Be longer given ewer, tut Is sold. ' One of the resent usee of sawdust In its distillation, resulting In noetic rrld, wood naphtha, wood alcohol and t :r. Sawdust mar also be burned In srocinl furnaces or mixed with other n-.nterlal for fuel. Sawdust, when saturated with chemicals, ran be effectively nsed In the manufacture of explosives, but it Is more particularly In demand la puper making thnu for any other pur pose. Such a thing as sawdust on the door of a room as n substitute for a rug or carpet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 10 September 1909

Pipes VOI, XIV MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1909. NO 45 County BRIEF MENTION - I Have Peary and Conk both found the pole, or are they both faking, or has one found it and the other not, thaw-are the questions absorbing all public intern Why did they not bring apllnter of it home to prove their assertions? The controversy will be long and fatiguing and probably will make some people so tired they will be tempted to go up there and see if they can find any tracks We are willing to believe both explorers, and when thry get down to scientific data if thannrrntion ig not ton long, read In part what they say. L'fe ig rather too short for any other conrse. Button, button whoe got the poleil Ilarrlman shocks took a bad Tall this week on rejiorta that he was serl ously 111. Some slumped off 8 points Milo Wicks was arrested thia week for the larceny of a bicycle which was found In ihe bedroom of big home i .. r.,i I. t T ! T .1 wig held him in (50 hail for appear a nee at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 10 September 1909

PIKECOU NTY PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ' Friday, September 10, 1909 orru c, browh's nuiLnixa broad kt. si.'bsckiption: 1)xr Yk An One dollar and fifty rent. Six Months Seventy-live cents. SI.-'Ol'Ly IN ADVANCE. Kntercd at the post offioe of Milford, Pike County, Fcnunyivauia, a secoml-o-ass traitor. November twenty-lints, IS'Jfi. Advertising Rates, Ortwlnoh, onntnsertion - - --..-ll-fto K toll subsequent insertion - .76 Kcdured rates, furnUhrd on application, will Ik allowed yearly advert-iter. . Legil Advertising-. -' Administrator's and F,xe4itor'l notices 8-" Auditor's notices - - t-'l Divorce notices .... 6.UC Sheriff' sale, Orphana court sales, Jounty Treasurer's aides, County state m 'nt and election proclamation chargtd by the inch. t. H. Vaa Ktten. PUBLIBltSH, Republican State Ticket J ridge Jupreine Court, ROBERT VON MG8CHZISKER. Philadelphia. Auditor General, A. E. sisaoN, Erie. Stale Tresurer, JEREMIAH A. STOBEIt, Lancaster,. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET, Jury Commissioner...

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