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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 4 March 1910

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Specialties in woolens, jackets, ladies, mens and childrens underwear. Gloves, hos'ery, boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful -H- Vzckvzai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete sti;' of m:ns furnishings. Fin:ly stocked Grocery Depart ment. Crc c'rery and glassware direct from England. All of tlc " aboVc at prices that Will -lijake it to you advantage to buy of MIT6HELL BR0S. Boad 'Stszzt Sfiilf oed Pa General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses,. Grod wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Mllford. Pa Hello KSLLthe cough AN 9 CURS THE LUNGS wi Or. King's Hew D3sc88ry L-Pt) af"OUCHS Wit OLOS Trial Bcitla Free UND atl THROAT ANDIUN3TR01IELES OffARANTEiD BATISFAUl'&Bi OB MONET REFUWDSD. HARNESS Of All Kind and Styles. Blankets, Robes, Whips and Horse Outfitting gen erally. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS Repairing :-NE...

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. — 4 March 1910

r A TATIIMAN'i PLIA, Mmbr from hllbek Tall Why HI Bill Should B Paseed. "Er H'm Mlater Speaker " be gan the mos-grown member f Shellback County, rising In hla place In the mldat of the Arkanaa Legisla ture. "I ask for the passage of thla rere hen-hawk bill o' mine In the In tercut of religion, food moral and civilization. -If we dont haTe a law payln' bounty for klllln' 'em, nobody will kill hen-hawk; If nobody kllla the hawk (t-e fetch-taked hawka will kill the t':lken: If we don't hare no chick- f we won't have no preachera after a Utile while, and whur there alnt ho preacher there ain't no religion, and hur there alnt no religion there alnt no morale; without good moral there ain't no happy homes, and happy home la the bully-work of the Stat without 'em, Mr. Speaker, our Donat ed civilisation become a howling wil derness. For the preservation of civ ilization we've got to have happy homes In our midst, and In order to have 'em we've got to have good mor ale, good morale depend up...

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. — 11 March 1910

J Coianty li MILFORD. PIKE COUNTY. PA.. FRIDAY. MARCH II. I.HO. XO 19 VOL XV BRIEF MENTION A review of the congressional sit uation in tlii-t district in a Philadel phia paper sayu Paliner "will carry Monroe by L'OOO, Pike by 6110 and Carbon by 1000 no I tint he will go to Northampton with 3510 uiajoiity, and it is claimed Brodbead cannot overcome those figure there and soilie predict that lie will not carry it by any majority. On the face of tbeae predictions the) look as if compile. 1 by a Palmer man iu Mon roe county. 'Jason Litts killed two otters last week ru the grnmida of the Maskeu osia Club in tliU couuly. The post oflice department forbids renal carriers bunting while waking thou trips, and cannot even carry Runs. The excuse la that some car. riors are more fond of hunting than attending to their duties and this often makes the mails late. Work will be resumed this spring in the Pdbaquarry oopper mines iu Warren county. Thine mines are the ones to which the old mine road w...

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. — 11 March 1910

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Friday, March II, 1910 Ornc , BROWH'B BUILDINO BROAD KT, subscription: O.nk Ykar One dollar and fifty cent! Six Months Heventy-five cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCK. Entered at the post offioe of Milford, Pike Counl.y. PunuHylvanla, as sooond roattmr, November twenty-Urat, 1HUH. SHERIFF'S SALE Advertising Rates. Una Inch, one Insertion .... - .-.--1150 Bach subsequent insertion .76 Hoduooil rates, tumtshwt on application, Will be allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. Administrator's and Eieontor'i notices Auditor's notices J1 Divoroe notices - Sheriff's sales, Orphans court sales, C unt Treasurer's sales, County state ment and election proclamation oharged by the incb. J. H. V Elton. PUBLISHER. U. W, Adams of Hunting Towers was In town Wednesday. His mother is a partUl invalid. Trjui reiaon here opens April 16th, and it is qoite authentically reported that the state fish com illu sion vcill see that it does not begin any earlier. The brill...

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. — 11 March 1910

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Specialties in woolens, jackets, 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 mens furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment. CrccVery and glassware direct from England. All of the aboVc afc prices that Vill rrjakc it to youu advantage to buy of MIT6HELL BR0S. B toad Stszzt Gen LIVERY Safe horses, Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Milford. Pa When Hello KILL the COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS w C-;. King's w" VOLDS Trtsl Botll. Fnw ND Mil THROAT MID IUNO TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB, MONEY REFUNDED. HARN Of All Kind and Styles. Blankets, Robes, Whipb and Horse Outfitting gen erally. CAKFJAUE TKIMMIXtiS Repairing ;-neatlvDonE Examine my stock it will please you. The price too. L. F. HAFNE.l. Harfor...

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. — 11 March 1910

T i Motes and Comment Of Interest to Women Reader Y-RKES FIQHT 18 SETTLED. ':;v Under Aoreement I R- celv More Than 85,000,000. t.ler the arrangement for settling '$11,000,000 eetate of the lata lea T. Yerkeg, atreet railway inte, Mrs. Mary Adelaide Yerkei, vldow, will receive allghtly toor . n 2,000,000. Mr. Mary A. Yerkes. This I considerably more than friend of Mrs. Yerkes had expected he would receive, some of the esti mates showing that practically all of the estate would be consumed by the II . j'litles and costly litigation that ba been pending In the federal courts for three years. SALESMANSHIP. "It makes you look small," ft Id the saleslady to the ele phantine woman who was try ing on a hat. Bold! "It makes you look plump," she said to the cold, attenuated damsel. Soldi "It makes you look young," she said to the falr-fat-and-forty female. Sold! "It make you look older," ' jhb said to the slate-and-sum 1 miss. T Sold! X "It make you look short," T she said to the very thin l...

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. — 18 March 1910

County VOL XV MILFORD. IMKE COUNTY. PA., FRIDAY. MARCH 18. 11)10. NO 20 Press, Pik BRIEF MENTION j I Pennsylvania rIoiiu the coal trn.t Is rep-r ed to employ 150 law- lemons: rating how dilHcnlt It is yers. This may explain the ever In to locate a fire at night Is shown by o-easing price of coal. the f ilming rtfl etiun which ap peared In the Southern sky last Thursday. It was conjectured to be a Are at Branchville or possibly New ton when In lact It was canned by burning damaged powder down near Dover. Ming Florenco Van Campen spent Sunday with friends at Barryville, N. Y. Roy Shepherd has left the employ of f. Armstrong Co and accepted a positiou with Cuildebick & Co. Mrs. W.V. Millianl, after spending a Week In New York, returned home "Tuesday." Easter this year fulls on March 27. The earliest date on which it may come according to the church method of reckoning is the 22 The law Is that it must come on the first Sun day aftirthe full moon which hap 9 is after the vernal equi...

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. — 18 March 1910

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBUtSHBD BTB8I FRIDAY Friday, March 18, 1910 Of I'M B, BROWR'B BUILDING BROAD ST, subscription: Unr Vkar Une dollar and fifty eenti Six Months Seventy-five cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Kn'ered at the pot offloe of Milford, Pike County, Pennsylvania, M second elass uattr, November twenty-first, 1HWH, Advertising Rates. On Inoh, one Insertion . . . . . ii 50 8wb subsequent Insertion . . .16 Reduced rates, furnlshiA on application, will l allowed yearly advertisers. legal Advertising. Administrator's and Exeoutor'a . notloes ntT,irm notices - - - Sheriff's sales, Orphans oourt sales, n . - thuiin..1. ante. County state ment and eleotlon proclamation ohargtd b tue incb. ' i. H. Van BUem PDBLISHIR, An article elsewhere on base bl) matters opens the question as to vshat la best to be done the oomlng season Without nnanlinoos and cordial sup port It Is not possible to put up a K'lnninir team. The game baa reached a stage when oulyprofes sicnalso-n compete with the aveiage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 18 March 1910

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Specialties in woolens, jackets, ladies, mens and childrens underwear. Gloves, hosxry, boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful -e reckwai? A New Department , A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete stD:k of m;ns furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment CrccVery and glassware direct from England. All of tc"-above at prices that Will nyakc it to your advantage to buy of HIT8HELL BR0S. Boad -JStewt Sfiilfoi?d Pa General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Wheeler, Milford. P .PROPRIETORS BEST OF ALL FLOUR. FEED, MEAL, BRAN, OATS, and HAY When in need of iuv Uello to No. 5., or come to SAWKILL MILL, MiLFORD PA KILL this COUCH AND CURE TH5 LUNGS WITH 8 Us. SCing lki Discovery t PHKTR Mn A 11 Aft OLDS Trial Bottl. free ANP ALL THROW ANOIUNQ TROUBLES, FfiH foycHS GUARANTEED BATISFACIO...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 18 March 1910

Of Interest to Women Woman Railroad Doctor To an la Probably Only Famala Physician In tha World Holding Such a Poaltlon In Addition to Thla 8ha Haa a Largo Practice. 4V , Dr. Boflo Herzog of Bi aiorla, Tex, 'y Mill to ba tha only woman railroad -.is gnon In the world. 8he faaa hold u rosltton of aurgeon for tha St. ' a, Brownsville ft Mexico railroad .- r since that Una waa built aeraral irurt ago. In addition to her duties In connection with the railroad aha : s a large private practice. Aa aurgeon for the railroad. Dr. 1 j nog baa gone through many trying experiences, but' In no Instance was there the slightest falter In the quick and effective performance of her w.rtt. She waa born In Vienna, Aua t: a. and came to the United States In She atudled medicine and sur gery, and after her graduation she practiced tho profession In the state of New York for nine years. Believing that a wider field for her endeavors existed In Texas, sne mov ed to Braaorla, where ahe haa lived ever since...

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. — 25 March 1910

Comely MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY. PA.. FRIDAY. MARCH .25. 1910. XO 21 VOL. XV Press; Pike BRIEF MENTION j The Stale Department is being GUMPTION ON THE FARM a-iked t lie dute of the last day for fl It is runiniel that Allen H. Brown ; ln& nomination pa.ers for the pri NoW 'tig gpring, and weeds are sbal- nmry June 4th. It answers mat low-rooted; May Tin is the Inst day and paper gu(rfir them now and they'll o'er nmst he In the oftlce of the Secretary grow the garden. Shakespeare of the Commonwealth by midiiighi j Qf the pQp8 for , p)g mat any. liiey are men ceiiiucu i of Dingmans Ferry will become pro prietnr of the Half Way House in Westfall tsp. April 1st. Mrs-. Mary Meyer died at the borne of her daughter Mrs. Anna Miller in j Matamoras last Sunday sued 75 years. She was born in Ireland. j Alter a session lusting 33 hours the House finally passed a resolution to name a new cornnittee on rule which was a distinct defeat for Can Hon. He has since heen on the ram page and calls those...

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. — 25 March 1910

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUllLIUHED EVERY FRIDAY Friday, March 25, 1910 mi B, BROWS' BUILDING BROAD ST. bubschiptioh: Oh Year One dollar and fifty cents Hix Months Seventy-flve cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. (entered at the post office of Mllford, Plk bounty, Pennsylvania, as second iM matter, November twenty-fires, ISMS. Advertising Rates. Onolnoh, one Insertion -1160 8oh subsequent insertion .76 Reduced rates, furnished on application, Will he allowed yearly advertiser. Rumor has It that the Mllford Inn b'i been eold to Henry and Albert Cotterill. Mrs. Isabella F. Wright of N. Y. war a visitor tn town this week. Ueo. R. Ball Esq. spent last Sun day with his family at Pleasant Point N. J. where they are staying with Dr. and Mrs. Reed. Remember the entertainment in Brown's Ball next Tuesday evening March 29. Benefit of V. I. A. Oor neighbor advises everybody to olean their premises. Excellent idea, and perhaps suggested by a glance out of its baok windows. Legal Advertising. AAmlnUtnttoT's an...

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. — 25 March 1910

- ' THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Specialties in wootens, jackets, ladies, mens and childiens underwear. Gloves, hos'cryy boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful jVeckweai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete stork of mi.is furnishings. Finely stacked Grocery Depart ment. Crc cVery and glassware direct from England. All of tlc above life prices fcliafe Vill lxjake ill to your advantage feo buy of MIT6IIELL BR0S. General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Gcod wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Find. ay & Wheeler, ilfjrd. Pa .PHOPRIE.O S BEST OF ALL FLOUR. FEED, MEAL, BRAN, OATS, and HAY When in need of ai.v Uelln to No. 5., or come to SAWKILL MILL, MILFORD PA ECU. I, the COUCH AND THE LUNCS wi Dsr. King's Hew Discovery w" VOLbS Trial Settle Free AND MLl THROAT AND I.UN3 TROUBLES. The Table GUAHANTIIJlD t 'ATlSS'ACXOay OS MONEY EEFONCED. 3 HA...

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. — 25 March 1910

TH1 CURPCW AT CHIRTilV. ' Romantic Association of Sumy Vil lage with tha Sundown Ball. At sundown tha little Surrey Tills- of Ctaertsey, Eufland, will re-echo to the tolling of tha curfew trail, which. In accordance with ancient custom, la founded every evening from Sep tember 28 to March 26. It la appropriate that Chertaej a'lould thus maintain the custom, f.ir the village baa Interesting "cup ftw" association!. The curfew bell much hung in Chertaey Abbey tolled tor the funeral of Henry VI., murdered In the Tower of London and hurried 3 Chertaey to be burled "without I , Ifflt, clerk, torch or taper, tinging i.r saying." . Tbe abbey waa also the scene of the romantic legend which relatea how Blanche Herlot, to aave her lover Neville, nephew of Warwick the King maker, condemned to die at sundown, climbed the curfew tower and held the clapper of the great bell. The story, always popular locally, attained wide fame when Mr. Clifford Harrison embodied It In bla poem "The Legend of Cher...

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. — 1 April 1910

Pike County Press. fear crrut 11 1 j A;UD. ) MILFORD, PIKE .COUNTY. PA.. FIIIDAY. A PR it 1. 1910. NO 22 BRIEF MENTION Uentle spring, ethereal mildness, It's just the wsy with spring she j pervaded during the past week and keeps on trying ontll she succeeds, Thera will be an examination held i solnB farmers started the plow, and at Elgemere Aprtl 23, (or foarth class postmaster at Purlers Lake Pa. Blanks may be obtalued from the P. M. at Porters Luke. The of flee ptid $20 last year. Maul Sawyer la expected home from Chic iff) tomorrow to visit ber parents F. P. Sawyer and wife. Miss Anna Klaer, who teaches in Newton schools, was a gut at with her mother here part of the week. Percy Myer, who was injured in a const inn accident last winter Is able to be i ut on crutches. Principal Wildrick and brother spent Easter in New York. Hath Armstrong was pleasantly surprised by a number of her friends last Saturday evening. Winsor P.dmer left town Wednes day for R-Kihester where he will ac ce...

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. — 1 April 1910

PIKE, COUNTY PRESS PUULMHEO EVKBV TBIDAY Friday, April I, 1910 mi B, BROWK'a PU1LDISO BROAD IT. subscription: On Ykab Oue dollar and fifty ceuts Six Months e veil ty-flve cents. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Kntered at the post office of Milford, Pike County. Pennsylvania, m second sistf matter, November twenty-nrst, lew. Advertising Rates. On:, inch, one Insertion H a ...i. . ihuMiiiAnt Insertion .10 Bod need (, lurntahul on Application, will lie allowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. A'lralniatrotor's and Ksecutor's notices ;, nivmu n,,Llee - - 5.00 Sheriff's onlea, Orphan oonrt sales, n iMOIIM.a imlo. CountT Stftte- m-nc and election proclamation chars-, d by the mub. J. a. Cttra. Poblishkb, Editors are very like other people onlv perhaps more modest. They do not offor their opinions without much misgiving as to how they may be received. Others are positive in deolaring their views while editor? mildly hint at conditions. It is therefore res I encouragement to them to have public ...

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. — 1 April 1910

THK MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Specialties in woolens, jackets, ladies, mens and childrens 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 sto;k of m:ns furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment CrocV ery and glassware All of tlje aboVc at prices that? Will nqakc it to your advantage iio buy of MIT6HELL BR0S. General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Mllford. Pa When Hello KILLthi couch and CURE tmb LUNGS Gr. King' WITH s lev Discovery PRTfTt an. a ma OLDS Trial bttu frm Mi aU TMHOaT WB tUHO TROUBLES, OA mohxy weronsm HARN Of All Kinds and Stylas Blankets, Robes, Whips and Horse Outfitting gen erally. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS Repairing ;-NKATL1' done. Examine my stock it will pleas you. The price too. LF.IIAFNER. Harford St, Milford ESec...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 1 April 1910

HEALTH FORCES , DEFEAT DEATH Thirteen Thousand Five Hundred UY3S Saved In Two Years. SHOWS ENORMOUS GAIN Three Million Dollars Spent In Con servation of Public Hclth Showa I Saving of Twenty-Three Million Dot Ion to tho Commonwealth Dlph, therla, Typhoid and Tubereuloels Olvo Way Btforo the Steady Ad vance of State'o Health Offloora. Tho precious lives of thou- eande of llttls children have been spared because the stats In Ita wlae beneficence haa fumlah ed diphtheria antitoxin to tho poor. Typhoid fever Is killing 2500 Icat people per year In Pennsyl vania than it did tour yeara ago. Tuberculosa now claims 1000 Uvea leaa a year In thla state. Educalisn and cooperation of the people In health matters, backed by vigorous support of the public press, la helping Com missioner Dixon to win out In war against dlseass. Industries seek states where health recsrda show low death rate. In the last five years the stats of Pennsylvania has been engaged It contervation work of an extremely Impo...

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. — 8 April 1910

r oiaety Pre t .. r ' MILFORD. PIKE COUNTY. PA.. FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 11)10. VOL. XV. XO 2:J PI ke C !!: Si"- t V.. ... L .. "l ." . f x - ' -V " ' .,.:,.. ... BRIEF MENTION Percy Cole of Honesdale who one time m employed In the draft more of Dr. H. E Emerson here waa In town day thia wtek calling on former friends. Miss Betty GnnMlia hit town to day mrc tomorrow witi mil for Lon don where aha will meet her sister, ft'ri Hallet of Boenos Aires, 8 A. She will be absent aeveral weeks and Mary Quick will be in charge of the bazaar. Captain Chauncey Thomas, Da live of Shohola, has been nominated Bear Admiral In the U 8. Navy. Rev. Uustsv Gorlsse left town th's week with his family for his new charge at Travisvillo. 8. L Bis suc cessor ta Rev. Levi McNichol a young mas who smimc his first charge here. Would It not pay some enterprising person to pnt a motor launch on the river here and take out parties at a reasonable price. ' The experiment never has been fairly tried ard might pay. If the ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 8 April 1910

PIKE COUNTY " PRESS punLismco everv Friday Friday, April 8, 1910 orrn , brows s blildiho broad bt. 81'bsikiption: Okk Vkab One dollar and fifty rents Six Moktiis tieventy-nve n, STRICTLY II ADVANCE. Knterod at th post offloe of Milford, Pike CVuniy, tVuusylvania, as second s' asr water. November twenty.first, IH'JH. L"it month was the warrhest and ilryest Mnrcb on record but the prc- lictioo in that April will lie wet ami iool. Manuel, a son cf Julio M. Foster of Chile Is expected with hia wife aoon to Tisit Milford, the early home of hia father. Me ii on his way to Lon uon wnere tie will appear Defore a court of arhiirtion which will hear the Alnop claim a contention between s resident of this country and the Chilean government concerning min iDg claims. Advertising Rates. One Inch, onfl Insertion - -- -- -.'-.160 Ssch subsequent insertion .76 Kediieed rates, furnishtt un anplication, will lie allowed yearly advertisers. Leg?l Advertising. Administrator's and Kieeutor's notioes S.O...

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