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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 8 April 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. AH the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful ffitr Tcckwai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete Itock of mens furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment. CrocVery and glassware direct from England. All of tljc aboVc at " prices that Will liake it to your advantage tio buy of MXreilE LL BR0S. Boad Bt&zzti ffiilf oi?d Pa General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Wheeler, Mllford. Pa PROPRIETORS! KILLthi couch and CURE thi LUfiCS w,th Qfa jng's Ucv Discovery MB VOUCH8 soe. Mil ISOLDS TrW ietilifret m M l THROAT AND IUN6 TROUBLES. ODAKANTKID BATISrACXOttk OK MOMIT HIPUNDKD. HARNESS Of All Kinds and Style. ' Blankets, Robes, Whips and Horse Outfitting gen erally. CARRIAGE T...

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. — 8 April 1910

BELLS OF MEXICAN RANCH. Date from) the Sixteenth Century and Highly Prized by Indian. The ranch of Jocotlan, belonging to the Indiana of the district, com prises 50.000 hectare of very rich land. The pride of the Indiana la two old bells that hang In the tiny church' yard. They data from the year 15S0 and tt Is rumored, are cast with gold and copper and silver. They bear the date and some words In Latin. Of their history nothing Is known. It seems probable that they were cast up by the sea or taken from one of the old Spanish galleons, as Jocotlan Is only a day from the coast This Immense ranee has a history, Af'er the war of independence It was handed to the Indigenes of Jocotlan, who now number 3r. This gift was further raitfed under die government of ;'omcWnrt la 1(57. Many he. desles to gat then be'l", but the Indian will not part With them at any price. At the Milliner's. An Atchison woman who has a sin cere desire to be economical, says the Kansas City Journal, took a blue fwt...

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. — 15 April 1910

Pre VOL XV HILFOUD. PIKE COUNTY. PA., FRIDAY. APRIL 15. 1)I0. NO 24 BRIEF MENTION R. M. Yoang will sell household goods od the farm of Alpheua Ben r sley one mile below Dingtuans Perry ' Monday, April 25, at 8 p. m. Frank W. CroM was Id New York on business last Friday and Bator . day. J. H Van Etten niadu a business trip lo New York last week. P. N. Bonrntque generously con tribated his salary as BorpeM for the year to ti e Milford Fire lvpart tnent. , These days It It a pour state indeed and greatly behind the times whiob doii not bare an investigating coni- aaittea to-thw aptaeoorrupttonan d - bribery of it officiate, and legisla tors. If It cannot have that at least It oan uncover the disgraceful orgies which have been tndolged in ' by its presumably respected repre sentative. This work shnnld not be halted oiitil the people are folly informed as to the character of the men who have been representing them. Hotel Final, re Is open for the season. Mr.- ftelman , and wife of New Yo...

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. — 15 April 1910

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBWSHKU EVERY FRIDAY Friday, April 15, 1910 OITll B, BKOWR'S BUIl.UIHO BROAD HT. SUBSCRIPTION: Usr Ykab One dollar and fifty cent" Six Months tteventy-five cent. BTBKTTIiY IN ADVANCE. Knuired at tho post office of Mllford, Pike County. Pennsylvania, as seooiul SlMf matter, November twenty-first, ltift, . Advertising Rates., in. inch, niu Insertion - -- -- . . . . ti 60 H.u.). auheuiient Insertion .76 h.i.ipm1 rates, furntshtd on application Will lie allowed yearly advertisers. legal Advertising. lAnlnlglmiWl nA KXftGlltOr'a notices Auditor's notice - - Divorce noticed 6.0 Sheriff's tain. Orphan! oonrt sales, Ciunty Treasurer's sales, County state ment and election proclamation ohario d by fcue inch. J. . Bttaa. PUBLMHIR, SPUING PRIMARY! To the vnterB of 11 ItP County: Pm-ftiinnt to the rpqiilrpiuPtit of the "Uniform Prlmarle Am." ( l h KKW, puK" HH ) Hotitw in hereby given t Imt tlt Sprtnff 1'iinmry for milking varlntu inun lnntlonii (more uperiilciHy defliirimtwt...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 15 April 1910

i I THE ' "'MILFORD STORK 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. J Bufciful TeckV2ai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete sto:k of mins furnishings. Finely sto:kd Grocery Depart ment. CrecVery and glassware direct from England. All of tjljc aboVc at; prices that Will lijakc. it? to Voui advantage to buy of HIT0HELL BR0S. Boad Stt&izt Sfiilf oi?d Pa General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Mllford. Pa When Hello KILLtms couch in CURE thi LUNGS Or. ling's WITH lzi Discovery FBICB OLDS Trial tattls FrM MD ALL THROAT ANSLUNSTH0UBLE8. OUAR ANTKiD SATISFACXG&x' OR MONET REFUhTDKD. HARNESS Of All Kinds and Stylos. Blankets, Robes, Whips and Horse Outfitting gen erally. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS Repairing ;...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 15 April 1910

X HE THAT KEE.P- ETII HIS LIFE It was the weird hour of morning hn sou's ro out with the tide. A lantern on box by tbe bedside gave the onljr light that flickered across the fcene. From near-by stalls came the stamping and pawing of horses. A little alcove had been fitted up as a sort of an olBce where, opon an im provised hunk, covered with coarse blankets, the sick man lay. All his life had he herded with arses and the surroundings were not inappropriate. At the foot of the bed the nurse, a man. watched anxiously. Presently the outer doors of the barn separated enough for the passage of a body and two men entered. A welcoming gleam of Intelligence shot from the eyes of the sick man to his face. It questioned, yet plte usly begged deferment of decision. Af'er protracted examination, while ln'rnne silence vibrated only to the wh'.nnlng and pawing of the equine tenants, the doctor turned away. "I can do no more," he announced, brlely. Tee young man who had entered with him Joined the...

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. — 22 April 1910

Pike c Press. VOL. XV. MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY. PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 22? 1910. NO 25 BRIEF MENTION Potato beve dropped to 30 cents bushel lu New York and there baa been a corresponding decline In prices of other articles suoh 'as corn, wheat batter, eggs and pork. , Considerable anow (ell in western Pennsylvania Monday and tempera, ture was down to frerzing. Fear la expreaaed tbat froit has been injured. Mark Twain who returned from RapimikI. loot - k. A i mm kn.!!. and ahowa little gain la strength. His borne i at Bedding, Ounn. Mr. and lira. Haley of New York were business visitor in town tbla week. Mr. John Fuller, who spent part tlTthe winter fa' Port, Jervis, haa re turned to town for the summer. K. J. Macsond and family have arrived at their borne here for the summer. The steamship Minnehaha, .on which Betty Cornelias was a passen ger and which etrnck a rock near tbe Soilly islands, Is a total wreck and all hopes of snving her have been abandoned. It la expected she will s'ip off t...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 22 April 1910

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Friday, April 22, 1910 Omi. , BROWJT S BUILDIHO BROAD XT. subscription: Una YeaROue dollar and fifty ceut Six Months Heventy-flvecenu. STRICTLY IM ADVA NCR. Fnicred at the po office of Milford, Pike CotiDty, Peuusvlvanta, m second tliur matter, November fcwenlv-flrst, 1WV Advertising Rates. ont. Inch, one Insertion - -- -- -----II BO Sich subsequent Insertion .76 Ktuml rates, f urntshtn. on application, will le nllowed yearly advertisers. Legal Advertising. Aiimlnl.trator'a and Kseciltor's notlsos a-1 Auditor's notice - - 4.'0 Dtvoroe notices - - '' Hheriff's sales. Orphans oourt sales, C HintT Treasurer's sates, County stau- msut and election proclamation enarpia bv the inch. t. St. Ittoa, PTjBLlSBKR. We re authorised to announce thai Hon Alfred Marvin will jot be a candidate for representative, or for any other office tbis year. Hia many friends'vvho had hoped that be would again enter the race will regie t thi deoision for without donbt be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 22 April 1910

i t THK MILFORD STORE OF STORKS Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOOD3. 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 Neckvai? A New Department A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete stock of mens furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment CrocVery and glassware direct from England. All of the aboVe at prices that Will rrjakc it to your advantage bo buy of 1 MITCHELL BR0S. Bi?oad Stfet ffiilfoi?d Pa KIMBLE Inspector McCaba of the P. O. De partment was ben lapt week. Staid II nlgbt with R. W. Kelly. Mrs Olive Williams and Kmllj Levi lie ol SoranCon are visiting the nrrnr tiri'tiT anrl sWfer Ott sn1 ."..ji;f ii j Alui') Jjlv Kimble. Frnd Cassell and wife were In Hcranton last week reoeiving treat ment for his eyes M. C. Rowland la spending a few days In New York on business. Eflfle Holbert of Lackawaxen Is pending a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 22 April 1910

re; AN INTERRUPT E.D ROMANCE Kathryn Wilber was longest way home from the vlllaste. querter of mile or so remained he fore she would reach her destination, wf ,n. near the fork of two roads, ahe pa .id opposite an old oak tree- As he atood there a far-away look In her face: Just what that expression ne'nf. the old tree might hare told, bo; that waa as silent as Ka'hryn her elf. Kalh-rn had left her reminiscences I v at the old tree, and nothing espe- t'oily recalled them till a week or two later when she took op the Tillage paper and then the heading of a col umn "Whose Letter Are These?' meant nothing till, reading on, the co.or suddenly left her face. a. with a little gasp, she began onre more the per; al of the article, which read "Many of our townspeople -ra dc-.L-less familiar wi'i the ancient oak tree which, until a few days, stood near the crossroads In the eastern part of this town, but few. If any, prob ably know that at some time, who can tell when, this tree was put to a ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 29 April 1910

7TV - fiwjfiffiMlli,,; OitTOV VOL. v v All MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY. PA., FRIDAY. APRIL 2i). 15)10. NO 2G Pike BRIEF MENTION Rumor say that Hotel - Sobanno In Dingman township baa been hot by Charles Schanno who baa been at Lakewood, N, J. for aoroe time with hii sister, and that ebe will also retnra here. She formerly owned the place and under ber management It acquired a wide rep station for the excellence of Ita cul vine No doubt thin will be fully maintained' and the house will en Joy a full alinre of popular Baron age. ., W. J. Nearpass who waa born at Mill Rift tbia county April lOih, 1832 and lived there a number of year, then removed, to Sandyston, N.- J. aod In 1870 went to Port Jervis, where for some time be waa in the coal business, died in that city Wed netday morning after a very brief tlinraa. His daughter is the wlte of ex eointy treasurer K B. Labar. The funeral will he held tomorrow at S p. ui. Wood ashes alionld not bn piled over or close around the body of a plant. Bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 29 April 1910

PIKE COUMTY PRESS W 0 w OwOXJwOwOKwO000000 IT A I L 0 R Si POBLMHBD EVERT FRtDAT Friday, April 29, 1910 rn , BBOWH'B BUILDIKO BROAD ST. SITB9CKIPTI0N: ORK Y car Ou dollar and fifty ceutii Ux Mouths Heventy-flveeenta. STRICTLY IN ADVAUCK. Entered at the pout office of Milford, Plka County, PtinuflTlTania, ae second tiasr matter, November twentr-flrnt, 1. Advertising Rates. -II 60 Ont. Inch, onetnsertlon . . - goh subsequent Insertion .ifi Kftduroil ruled, f urnislud on application, will he allowed yearly advertiser. To the voters of Pike Cor. i Pursuant to the reqn wntl of the Uniform Primaries A.. (P. L. IWH, Dure W. notice U here f aiven that the Kiirin PrlmarT for making- various nonv lnathtns (more pectfluallT deslunalwt ho lowl will be held at tl.e election hoUAP In the several election districts ol Pike Oouutv on the First Saturday in June A D 1910 bplnc the fourth dnr nf ftnlrj month, lie- tween the hour of H o'clock p. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. The suite jn Airmen 01 tno nenuDii...

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. — 29 April 1910

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. r Specialties In woolens. Jackets, ladies, mens and children underwear. A VISIT TO IDLEVIEW. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best i : 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. Croc'tery and glassware direct from England. All of tljz aboVc at prices that vill lrjakc it to your advantage bo buy of HIT0IIELL BR0S. Bi?oad Stesst ffiilf oi?d Pa General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, . . Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Wheeler, Mltford. P PROPRIETORS - P BEST OF ALL FLOUR. FEED, MEAL, ' BRAN, OATS, and HAY When in need of auy Hello to No. 5., or come to SAWKILl'NIILL, MILFORD PA. kill couch mi CURB tmk LUNGS w Br, King's tier Discovery t tat roocHs aaiYS wii vOLDS Mai . fraa all THROAT !OlON0TReORtE8. QOAJLANTBXD SATlSFACXO.sJ HAR...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 29 April 1910

Helpful Beauty Hints Suggestions About Compound ing Oily Craams and Lotions A Complexion Secret Flabby 8kn Relaxed Throat Recipe for Diidruff Bedtime Toilet. In this huos, when grease In vari ous forma la essential to the preserva tion of food looks. It may be valuable to know how to combine coemetlo preparations. For Instance, few are difficult to compound, but carelessness may cause failure with even the simplest Too much attention cannot be given to reducing white wax and spermaceti to the proper temperature. These form the basis of almost all cold creams, and on their manipulation de fends success. They are naturally Lard and must be softened by warm ing slightly. If they become hot the chances are that they wll not again harden to the desired consistency, as the fata will have passed through a chemical change. Also they must not come in contact with any metal ex cept pure silver. Tin or Iron affects them deleteriously. In this process the proper method o' softening la to break ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 May 1910

Pike County Pre MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY. PA.. FRIDAY. MAY 6. 1910. NO 30 VOL. XV. BRIEF MENTION For cab potatoes may be treated Just before planting with formalin. Immerse them before cutting la n solution of one pint of formalin 40 per cent strength to 25 gallon nl water for one boor. It is a bad plan to plant potatoea on ol.l ground II the previous years crop was infected with scab because the bacteria live over winter and will t-e miro to in feci the new crop in spite of all thai can be done A forest fire burned over piece ol woods naar Dory Boaters in Dingman twp recently. Ed H Mott and wife, who have been iu New York the pat winter, are now spending a few daya at Honesdaie while their summer home ear O ahen is being repaired He b engaged writing dialect storb for New York papers, and is the author of Pike County Folk. Tarvia, a prrpaiatU-n for Rllayinp dust ou streets, has Ivm ued with success at Diiiginans. It makes a nard surface and rebuts the aotinu ol frost. , Ibere is not mc...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 May 1910

PISE COUNTY press Mercantile PGULWKED EVER V FRIDAY Friday, May 6, 1910 orru S, BROWN'S BUILDING broad pt. subscription: Onk Y bar One dollar and fifty ceuts Six Months Seventy-five cent. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Kntonxl at the pott office of Mllfnrd, Hike Coniily, Pennsylvania, as stwowl ftiius uriufcT, November tweiHT-flrat, !'.(. Advertising Rates. (in Inch, onolnsortton 11 m Swli suhsiiiuimt insertion -c Rodupi'il rates, furntshi-'l n nnpltoatli'n. Will Jib allowed roirly wlvei Users legil Advertising. Administrator'! and Exeoiitor's noticed - Amiiutr's notloos Divorce notices Bherlfl'li sales, Orphans rourt a C mnlv Treasurer's aides, Ccmnly s' wnt ami eloetioll prortaiuatluii uliar or t he utoh J, H. On KtlH, FEBLIOHKK. Arlliur B. SiiIIIvht: is minus u sm'ii nble diamond rii g wliiehrl sai.p ' from tils lull room n few dnys nito. Mar In CiiMtiht, furrst wnrilen nt lljtitrrs Rang in Porter, says l.e has killed 85 MltUvnukes there s i fur this eaasdu. Comity Mujii'riiitndett Lucian ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 May 1910

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Specialties in woolens, jackets, ladies, mens and children underwear. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. All the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful Vcckvs?cai? A New Department A large assortment of lices and Trimmings. A complete to;k of mens furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart ment CrocVery and glassware direct from England. All of tl?c above at prices that wrill irjake it to you advantage to buy of ; MITeilELL BR0S. Bi?oad Stszat Eilf oi?d Pa MAY MORNING. General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Wheeler, Mllford. Pat .PROPRIETORS BEST OF ALL FLOUR. FEED, MEAL, BRAN, OATS, and HAY When in need . of any Hello to No. 5., or come to SAW KILL. MILL, MILFORD PA. KILL the COUCH M CURE thi LUNC8 WITH Or. King'! Ihxi Discovery MB ALL THROAT AND 100 TROUBLES. OUAHANT&J.D BATiSFAUtViix HARNESS Of All Kinds and St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 6 May 1910

Helpful Beauty Hints What I Bsst for Perfect Com plexion Baby's Morning Bath Maura F0 Wrinkles Point for Health and Beauty Beoktra. '."be habltaea of th beauty-parlors cubmlt thalr poor tortured facea to ntimerou complex treatment, more or less painful and harmful; aome of them ucceaaful and lomi not. Thar are skinned. Ironed, and baked, while th lateat war out of the difficulty, simple but ofleotlTe, 1 to take a reef In th superfluous cuticle. Nothing rcema Impossible except a permanent cure. Thae prooeaeea must be re peated oTr and orer, and It 1 a crave question whether proceeaea ao con trary to nature can fall to do aerloua harm In the and. Much safer and saner are th aaathod of physicians who axe spin specialists, and mas seuses who are recommended by them. Th simplest treatment constating of a natural, normal stimulation and nourishing of th skin, combined with massage. Is nndonbtedly best Those of us who cannot afford th weekly massage of an expert, which Is a de cided luxury...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 13 May 1910

imtv ri'l ii ii MILFORD, PIKE COUNTY. PA FRIDAY. MAY 15J. 11)10. VOL. XV. NO 31 il 11 OOo BRIEF MENTION Tbe Presbyterian Brotherhood will serve a Waffle Snppjr on Toes lay Tailing. May I7tii, from t 16 In i.JO in the Lecture Bourn of the ehorch. All are invited. Price IBc. Walter Kottior. of R'K-hester, N. T.. la spending a few days with hi parent hers. Mrs. Dr. de Plaaae and daughter have arrived at their home here for the 9omiur. J. H. Van Etten made a bnsinot trip to New York I hi week. Arthur Atlanta and wife of Bush kill were itueste 10 town Wednesday. There is tbe suspicion of a rumor that Roosevelt may viit Milford time time tbia coming summer aud Abould he do ao the family of David Jones of Port Jsrvli might rlalra his attention a three sons vera born there Wednesday making eleven Obildren la 1 lie family. Jatno; P. Van E ten and Geo. R. Ball Esq. were at Newark, N. J. yes ten-lav arranizinir business details for the Van Pike Telephone Co. P. 3. Ulrard, a former residenl nd ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 13 May 1910

PIKE CCUHTt PRESS rUBt-ISHIRU BTBRT TRIDAY Friday, May 13, 1910 orrn 1, BROWB'S BUILIMRO BROAD fT. buhsckiption: Onp Ybar One dollar and fifty tentu Six Monthh Hevenly-five cent. STKKTI'I.Y IN ADVANCE. .. Entered a the po office of Mlliord, Pike County, Pennsylvania, as " ,lui rDalfr, Novoraber twenty-llrst, Advortisinc Rates. . ft fin (Ittlnch. nnftttnert.lop ----- 3ih aulwquMit Insertion - - - . ll,diired rates, furnwlud on application, hi Iw allowed yearly advertiser. Mercantile Appraisement 1010 The nnderslo-nod. dnlv appointed and qnalltled Appralner of Mercantile Tanoa of rlKa uoutity lor me year nuo, mane, mr following olns.lfloiition and appraisement of vcndirs of nieiohan.lliie. etc. : KKTAIL, Itolaware Township Allnrtnn W rt Photographer Albright Allen t, Sc Cn (4ener.il Store Bouslrv Alphiun Butcher Doseiihorrv William Store Knllner Philip K Clears etc Klnr.nor Anson R Butcher tooreler Fronds Cigar etc Ijavton Joacnli Store Vau An hen (ieorge B. . .... .General Store Van ...

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