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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 17 June 1910

THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. Specialties in woolens, Jackets, ladies, mens and childrcns underwear. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. AH the latest styles and best materials for winter wear. A New Ipepartnient A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete ' stock of mens furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart- ment, Croc'cery and glassware direct from England. All of tJc above tiu prices fell at Will njakc it to youu advantage feo buy of ! HIT6HELL BROS. I Bsoad kezzt SlHlHosd Pa ?eve,-twev vvvv"v'-"':v Q e n e r a I LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good, wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Milford. Pa KILLTMiCOUCH and CURB thi LUfiCS WITH II:: Dissavcry 1 mwm pBrrn PRICE OLDS Trial ! rno ( illft J I VMI INB MX TIIKosTsNOUmfl TROUBLE I QUAHANTEJCD BATI8FA0X0&1 I OR M.QHMX lt-S.XVBDi.lX HARN Of All Kinds and Stylo. Blankets, Robes, Whips and Tiorse Outfitting gen erally. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS Rep...

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. — 17 June 1910

Notes and Comment Of Interest to Women Reader - PORTABLE WARDR0BE8. Caalty Put Up and Cover Protect! Clothing From Duet. During the Tncation season partlcu- larly, people will appreciate the Talue of the portable wardrobe designed by an Illinois man. Returning from va cations spent tn two-by-four rooms, with no closets, the advantage of the Invention here presented looms large In the first place, there Is a grooved bracket, with hooks by which It may be quickly screwed fast to the wall. A shelf hinged to the bracket fits Into the groove and along the bracket under the sheu nd on the bottom of the shelf are rows of hooks on which to hang clothing. Depending from the ahelf and Inclosing the clothing Is large bag which effectually protects to garments from the dust and other 'l-t that Is bound to accumulate. For (ttrsons who travel to any extent, or "vho summer In resorts where room 's at a premium, one of these, portable wardrobes will be found Invaluable. vTben folded for carrying th...

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. — 24 June 1910

o t C(P ir ii VOL. XV. MILFOKL). PIKE COUNTY. PA.. FRIDAY. JUNE .24 1010. if NO BRIEF MENTION The ladies ol ue V. I. A. are assembling a fond to erect public fountain in the borough. This will be both useful and ornamental and a further evidenoe of the benefit to the town of that enterprising organiza tion. Comparatively few summer guests re here yet though the season prom lsea to be prosperous. R. M. Smoker Eeq, a veteran writer of newa and history, l now litor of the Wayne Comity Herald. Ho has ample ability to till the ohair With credit to himself and satisfao tion to ita reader. The will of Wni, H. French, late of -Ualaiaora deecaeod, - been proba ted. It devises all hia estate to Ida wife Harnh E and names her sole executrix. Evidence that someone isriynamit Ing the Delaware la found in a num ber of large baaa floating dead at the Water Gip. Some of the bass it waa estimated would weigh at least even pounds. Don't get sick. Tba Port Jerri? and Matamorea doctors will raise their...

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. — 24 June 1910

PISE COUNTY PRESS PDBLISMin EVERT FHI DATf Friday, June 24, 1910 Orril I, BROWH'a BUILDIHO BROAD T. obhoription: OnuVkar One dollar and fifty ceuts ix Months Beventy-flve cenU. STRICTLY IN ADV ANC'K. K!ntrl at the post offloe of Milford, Plkr County, Pimusylvania, M aecomt Biw natfer, NoTembor twemy-urst, Irwfl. Advertising Rates. jm Inch, onelnnertlor II 60 sulisequ..iit Insertion - .76 Klun'l rnwia, I'U'uihIimI on nvpllcatU-n, will bt hIIowmI fmrly advertisers. leg. Advertising. Administrator's and Kj.iIot" notices 3. '10 Andttur'a nntloo Divorce notices ".tfl (Mmrltl'i antes Orphan eonrt anli-a, C.unty Treasurer's alia, County stiite ineiit and election proclamation churfid by the man. J. B. Van Kttn. PfBLIBirFR, REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR CONGKES3 ROBKKT BuowN. Monroe Co. FOR SENATOR - WlSNlVRBD O. LEWH. Carbon County. FOR REPKKSENTATIVF Alfred Marvin Mnta morns, I'a. As hot weather comes the dlspoaa) of garbage and waste ao tbut they may not become an offense to noxtrlla or an inju...

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. — 24 June 1910

I THE MILFORD STORE t OF STORKS 5 Longest Established, Best Equipped g FINEST LINE OF WINTER GOODS. 1 Specialties in woolens, Jackets, ladies, mens and p g childrens underwear. .. ij Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. All the latest 2 styles and best materials for winter wear. Beautiful Veckveai? A New Department. A f iota aecnrfmtit -f T rie anrl Tf?mmtncr;. A rnmnfrt .m 2 sto:k ot mens furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart- it 5 ment. CrocVery and glassware direct from England. I All ot tic a Dove an prices j J feliatj Will nqake it to youi? $ advantage: fco buy of MIT0HELL BROS. : -Beoad -JStezet SBilfoed Pa O o General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Find. ay & Milford. P aTs s s la h ElUbT vuuvin AND CURS THE LUNGS Dr. King's WITH Uzxj Discovery rnn roucns uii VOLDS Trinl laul In MR ALL THROAT ANDLUNO TROUBLES. OUABiNTkID SATIS FACXiliAV OK StOii.fi If K.KJrOiiJji.i. HARN Of All Kinds and Styles. ' Blankets, Robes, Whipb tnd Hors...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 24 June 1910

Put to the Test "Do you believe In leap year pro posals, Mr. Barclay?" Lileen Mclchor's brown eyes looked tnlbievous. If there was a depth of wilfulness underneath the mischief, David Barclay was not In the mood to notice it "Do I believe In their existence, or ' In their results 7" His entile wa somewhat scornful. "Why. I suppose If a girl wants to ask a man to marry bur she sometimes does it As for the result, I presume it's a question of temperament as to whether he throws tie bait or catches It" This wasn't at all what Eileen Mel chor meant Her eyes grew mors earnest "But why shouldn't a wom an have the same right as a man, hon estly? It's always puzzled me ab stractly." 1 David Barclay laughed goVd-humor-dly. "It's the propriety you're que Honing, is It? Oh, you women with your Interminable whys! Custom is cuMotn, I suppose, and I fancy that's your answb.-. Man began it. didn't hef Who made the first proposal, byway?" Eileen shrugged ber shoulders. Evi dently bis wtlonlng was m...

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 July 1910

efi Off,,, n , (8 Comply A 11 k MILFORD. PIKE COUNTY. PA.. FRIDAY. JUYL 1. 11)10. NO 38 VOL. XV. BRIEF MENTION July 4th legal holiday the bonk will be cloned. The Post office Department insist that roads ever which R. D. carrier drive mnut be kept in Rood condition and if tbev arc not the service mar bj diro mtioued. l'hin warning should be inducement to farmer to aee that the rondo ara kept in proper repair. Count Z'ppelica big airship which Cost $137,000 was wrecked Tuesday with 83 person abroad. . High wind and a disabled motor compelled the hel-uiHO to seek a landing and in tha attempt the ahlp win caught in tree to and the passengtrs aild to the ground with rope. An ex dlttne aaya there ara only V) people in Philadelphia who may included in the National Smart Ret. That la only that number who have the money and bruin. There ara a lot in that city now who must feel either very happy or very en vloa. E. H. Cortrightof Honesdale apec tal agent of the Census Bureau fur manufactorie...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 1 July 1910

PtXE COUNTY PRESS PTJBUSaYlSO ICVKRY rSIDAT Friday, - July I, 1910 orm m, brown's bcildino bboaiirt. ubsoriptioh: Our Yrar One dollar mid fifty cent Six MoffTH Hevn1y-nve pent. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Entered M the pout ofRoe of Milford, Pike t)onnt.y, rVnnsylvaiila, n awnnd Inat njatM-r, November twenty-Aral, ltA. Advertising Rales. Onolcch, onelnaHrtton - - f I 6f 8 wh Hubnequent irttartlon ....... .76 Roduoml rawa, furulshel on applleat!- D, IU be Allowed yearly ad'Mtlsora. Legal Advertising. nnd Kxooutor's Administrator's notloea Auditor's notloea Divorce notion - - Slierld'a snlea, urpnana S.00 . 4 Kl . . &.00 conrt Mttes, O niDlT Tn-jmuror's aali'S, County ati. te rn -nt hiid ultxstlon proclamation onarino. by the inch. t. B. Van en. HiIBtlfHlR. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOIl tXJNQRESS Eobeut Bko. Mouroe Co. FOR SENATOR WlNHIFRKD O. LEWH. Cerbon Coonty. FOR REPHESKNTATIVF Alfred Marvin Mataiuoras, Pa. Both l ho Republican nnd D' mo cratio Slate liekels are being criticised and sever...

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 July 1910

tv THE MILFORD STORE OF STORES Longest Established, Best Equipped Specialties in woolens, Jackets, ladies, mens and children underwear. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. All the latest it styles and best materials for winter wear. A New Department J A large assortment of Laces and Trimmings. A complete i sto;k oi mens furnishings, rineiy stocKea urocery uepart- . "". rorrr anrl crtassaare afreet from England. . S w uit-tii. ivv-wy t o 7: All of tlc aboVc at piuccs fellah win maKC m no yora ? i advantage bo buy of j HIT6HELL BR0S.. ! Bffoad Street Sfiilf offd Pa General LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good wagons, -Prompt service, Careful Drivers. "-4 Findlay & Milford. Pa KILL roe COUCH and CURE the LUNGS WITH r. s Her Discovery NO a! I TH0T AND IUNO TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SAl'IBFAOXOisfc OH. MONEY KEffUNDED. HARNESS Of All Klndo and Styles. Blankets, Robes, Whips and Horse Outfitting gen erally. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS Repairing ;-nkatlyoonK Examine my .tock it will please you. The price t...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 1 July 1910

A MODEL WITNESS. Showed Such Ability that Even the Judge Extended Congratulations. The Opposing Counael What la your namet The Witness (appealing to the Judge) Am I obliged to answer tbla? The Judge You are. The Witness My name la Todgers. "First name?" "I decline to answer." "On what groundT" "It would be construed Into a reflec tion on the good taste of my parents." "Where were you bornf" "I decline to anawer." WhyT" , "Because all my Information on the subject Is of the hearsay character." "But you were there at the time?" "I decline to admit It." "What la your ageT" "Before answering I deftlre to con sult with my attorneys." "What Is your ostensible business?" "I do not remember." "Are you In any way connected with the Ramrod Trust?" "I do not remember." "What is Its capitalisation?" "I do not remember." "What is your salary?" "I do not remember." "Are you married?" "I do not remember." The Judge The hearing will now be adjourned until ten o'clock to-mor row morning. And I want ...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 8 July 1910

A UXP 11 Uli ii 11 (oar Of fie 11 1 09 MILFOltl). PIKE COUNTY. PA.. FRIDAY. JUYL 8. li)IO. NO 39 VOL. XV. Pake Go BRIEF MENTION Nineteen peopia v. ere killed and several Injured in a hud on collision between a fast passenger and a freight train In Ohio Monday. A sale and sane Fourth of July bora good results gonerally In the oontry. Fewer accident were re ported thia year than last and In Ml! ford the day passed without a single person being injured. Good order prevailed and there wa enjoy ment without the usual rows and trouble. As estray hore was picked np by tome partis on the Port Jervis road this week which at Bret was thought to nave been atolen, bnt it turned out tbat it tubs' been hired by fmrsoiMj who were fishing along the river and they had allowed it to get loose and wander away. The toy aero planes sent np by Ha got tone July 4th were Interesting evidenoea of their akiltaml gave petf pie here a good idea of bow flying machines look W. F. Beck and (anally of Phil adelphi...

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. — 8 July 1910

PIKE COUNTY PRESS PUBUSIKD EVERT ml DAY Friday, July ,8 1910 DriTK C, BROWH'S BUILIMHO BROAD ST. BCB8CKIPTION: Omc Ykar One dollar and fifty ccuts Six Months icveiity-five cents. TMCIXV IN ADVANCK. Nutered at tba po otBo of Milford, Hike County, Pennsylvania. M seimnil gliuf matter, November tweniy-lirst, lov. Advertising Rates. Unlnch. oneln.-wrtlnp. - 1 W Six)U suiiwquent iasortlon .75 HfilniW rates, tdrulsht'l on nrphcatl n, will ho allowed yearly advmtiss. legal Advertising. nd Kieoutor'a Administrator's notloes Auditor's notices Olvoroe notioes . - - - SLorm s sales, irpnans sun - t.iO . . . 5.UU court Ml). a. C lunty Treasurer's saliw, County stiite mn and election proclamation clwwJ by tbe inch. J. a. Van Kttaa. lVBLIUltK. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOit CONGKESS ROUEKT BBOWK. Monroe Coi KOK KENATOH Winn i Fred O. Lewis. Carbon County. FOR REPUESENTATIVF Alfred Marvin Mata morns, Pa. KIMBLE Mrs. Fred HiUlerbrand of Hawley visited her parenta E. L. Calkins and an! wife last werk Thurs...

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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. — 8 July 1910

: OF STORKS Longest Established, Best Equipped FINEST LINE OF WINI'IIK GOODS. Specialties fn woolens, jackets, ladies, mens and childrens underwear. Gloves, hosiery, boots and shoes. All the latest - styles and best materials for winter wear. t A TTnw i")pTnrt.THPnt. A large assortment of Laees and Trimmings. A complete ? sto;k of mens furnishings. Finely stocked Grocery Depart- $ ment Cri cVery and glassware direct from England. All of tjfyc aboVc a is prices I illicit! Will nyakc iii to your jj advantage feo buy of MIT6HELL BR0S. Boad Stszzt Genera LIVERY STABLE Safe horses, Good wagons, Prompt service, Careful Drivers. Findlay & Mllford. Pa When Uello SAW KELLthb COUGH AND CUiTS TH2 LUNC3 y WITH sirs'. ft Dlscsvcry OS.&3 trlil Barflo free! St.'O Mi l THROST ANO I UN.1TR0U1LFS. I OR MONEY BOUNDED. HARNESS Of All Kinds and Stylos. Blankets, Robes, Whipb and Horse Outfitting gen erally. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS Repairing;-" do. Examine my stock it will please you. The price too. L...

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 July 1910

"A BROOM FOR THI TOMACM So tht French Call Parsley Pumpkin Rich In Phoaphoru. The French hare a saying that "parsley la a broom to sweep the stomach." Lettuce la a uerve food. Radishes build tissue anu are rich In phosphorus, also In Iron. Horseradish contains a higher per centage of sulphur than all the other vegetable roots, spinach ranking next In value. Spinach also contains large proportion of Iron, A mayonnaise dressing with let tuce Is especially desirable for thin people, but for the over plump French dressing la to be recommended. The action of vinegar on the digestive or gans, however, la not to be considered. The acid of lemon Juice Is preferable. While apples are a most excellent fruit for brain building, which phos phorus aids In, the bumble pumpkin, desecrated to the uses of pie and jack o' lanterns, holds the prtie. Pumpkin rates S.78 In phosphorous, while ap ple Is but .16. When In search for this special ele ment take up pumpkin diet But as winter squash would stand...

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 July 1910

Press; et lr gtftctlllOS VOL. XV. MILFORD. PIKE OH'NTY. FRIDAY. JULY i:. 11)10. X040 y BRIEF MENTION The Milford Field Club gave a bridge and ' 500'' party at ita hiuse last .Monday. . The cups and saucers were given by gneits, among the number Mrs. M. L. Uaraion donated : a dozen. The prizes wie handsome gr,g and wouldbo a strong factor, and the event was greatly enjoj i d : but it mav.i)e doubted whether con Poit Jervls fans are diagnsted over ditions are favorable for the rei.ubli the loss of the game with Mtlfurd cans over there this fall. Ho would last Saturday and attriliote It to be be as likely as any one to heal the lng obliged to play against ten J differences. men, chief of whom was the umpiie Gilford Plnchot who hag gone to The score wi soven to six in favor , t-a)i n)ru, wm engge in stamping of Hilf ird sml the P' J. team had never befoie been beaten. In tiio game with Yale Wednesday Millord got 6 ruus aAd Tale faileil to scote, The Paupao Power Company is buying hind l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 15 July 1910

PIKE cou.nr mss Fridi, Jjly (5 IAtb If'' K IB 'f .Ili.l'IN'i fiKOAt) PT, . m nw 1:1 ft : i i.ai k!tuty-flv ceitU. TrHnTJ,V IN AUVANOK. ibn HrtM ibr iK.t utilise t MUford, It. ( .. r , . uru!Tl-M iimriUt.n: til r .'.IT. A. ?v iv . l i '! Adinm.air -r'm n hiwu!rtt'l ii.tti. - 9-' fc, ! ..r". tohv " !. ;lv-''V - ! - - ' V i"tiflf' JTjsti . court .. bjr : inch REPUBLICAN TICKET. rou iunuress itOHKKT llltOWN. . Monroe So. FOB SENATOR Winhifbkd O. Lewi. CurlKju Oiiunty. iDa REI'KKSENTATIVF Alfkkd Marvix TMataiiioras, Pa. W. B. Willis, who for many year ba been a Tlrltor here I again with his family at the Bluff House ' Mr. M. L HariuuD baa been quit 111 the past week. Montague llvfurined Church wil be angled this summer by Pbllii De atelstPr student Id tbe theolo gical Heiulnary at Kew Brunswick, N. J. After August lit. the new auto mobile law iu N. Y. requires real douta ol New Jeraey to take oat license In thai Bute. When New Jersey grows liberal and silewe for elgnent to run there witn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 15 July 1910

1 id i '.J - i n t r o u b e l: Cuddeback a Co. S 5 BROAD ST., nov.m IS J or i Theodore African (iivrM in B )lc K inn Ih-Sip A(vntiiit ut Hi- Al'Rll.'AN HUl' j WUITTKN nV.UIMKKI.IC-. $1 Agents WANTED NOW in every . ..,, , Chy Town' and.'. Village ' to liandle Colonel Roosevelt's ' Great liook. 1 1 oi Earl" nh.o-iijrii'n V M a I liv KM (!..it fmm (' P- FOK FULL A il Nl'fj' PKOSPKCTUH WHIT JS TO CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 453 Fifth Avenue, NEW- YORK c. o o 3 rr JSSSS S?- H Amatite T. R, J. Klein & Son, Agents Iron and Tin .'Ercbfing of all" Kinds Metal Shingles and Metal Ceilings Hardware, Stoves arid Ranges ' - f4fiiipinl Jnl.horR 3 5 Paintiag, 3 S 8 8 s 3 3 3 a V 3 Hardwood Graining Sign Painting High class Paperhanging and Upholstering. - - Prices Reasonable. Satisfaction GUARANTEED ANGELON H I MILFORD O II S Rear of . v . i I i- : Wo i i y lil!ii'd .r i'i ami .::!.-,: OlVi: U A T1MAL. jilahiinor.is SL.Ic Iuii!ins.(' 10'' IVnn.i Avo. A' 7tli Sr.. Mut;iiiiii;is l'a. r ''vt i i : J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 15 July 1910

atJOar 11 i i ! fl ill S MfirfSM THE CHAMOIS TRAIL. CARS OF STORE FIXTURES. HER NAME V. A; uc i v AMONG THE MOUVMWHM HAND LAUNDRY Patrick White ha3 opened a hand laundry on Ninth St. in Milford. and all work in his line will be prompt ly and neatly done Goods will be called for and "de livered. Telephone. The . East Stroudsburg State Normal School -is- A thoroughly first class school for TEACHERS. It is PERFECT in the Beauty and Healthfullness of its Lo cation. It is COMPLETE in HsEuip ment. ; Its Graduates rank among -the Best in SCHOLARSHIP and TEACHING ABILITY The rooms are carpeted and the Beds rurntshed. The Food is Abundant and Excellent in Quality. For Catalogue 'Address, E. L, KEMP. Sc. D.. Principal. East Stroudsbure, - renna ocoo)oooooooo TAILORS "Spring finds us ready with a full lino of all I tho newest styles and fab I rics for both Men & Worn en. Have your clothes , made for you and they will give you twice the wear in me Niime uusi aa ! ready made Men 8 buita from...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 22 July 1910

Co Press. MfillLY V kVe P.: t H)L. W MILF01M). 1MKK ( Ol'NTY. 1 FRIDAY. JULY 22. 11)10. NO 41 ERIEF MENTION Jacob Fromuie Esq., who bus mwil several summers here and vrlio km prominent in Masonic ciione, died last Tuesday Id New York aged El years 1 month. William O. Ames, prominent and life lim oitisseii ot Hawley and 11" hnrges, died at hi home July 14th of peritonitis aged 46 years. Mrs. Martin Ily swallowed a d'e lit carbolic acid In a lintel at Lnfny HI, N. J , last Monday with suiiid al intent and died soou niter. It i thought that griiif over the death ot her husband, who diel about three years ago, lid affected her mind as she" often ' complaint tl brbfttii loliT?-" some. -" Wednesday afternoon a young man named Halsey of liinoklyn, N. Y. agwd about 25 years, who waa board lug at Conashaugb Spring House, . e turned from Milford un hi uioioi Cycle, and tukirg a laiat rowed out In deep wulerand dovefrnui It. Parlies who were near by observed that ho did oot rise aud began at-a...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pike County press. — 22 July 1910

: -jf.LJLA " PIKE COUNTY PRESS PVBL1H1ED KVI2RV 1910 Friday, July 22, arl: C, BaWWH'e BUII.D1NCJ BKOAU KT. gtMISt HIPTlOd: tlt Ykab One dollHreiul ttftv renin iix MojmtH hevetity-nve eeuta. sriimxy in akvanck. Kntered at thr po,t ofllue f M'llor.l, pike Ouiimy, Pennsylvania, J mxwu'l-isalb-r, Nnvi-inUr twenty-llr.t, 1A Advertising Rates. -jri, tooh, neinrt)cir Baol ubtqittQt inwrilnn K-,niurt r4rfl, furnish- M mi .inpli' will iw allowed mriy mivu, Mrmri, Legil Advertising. AdiulnluraUn-' .lid Klcuiilor'e nntlna V A AndUtir'i notice 1.0 Dtvuroe nollo- .... V ! therin"a ealee, Orphan court -uli's C iniy rrwiirur' sulos, liunty l-ite-wanl and flection proclamation ahwipd by tbe inch. 4. II. . PdULrSIKR, Tlt JOKE WAS ON THEM. Cm of Follow My Laader at Whleh Girt Balked. Two capriclou young ladle plan. Bed to have Eome (tin when a certain young man called to spend tbe even ing. They thought It would be great a port to Imitate everything ha did. When the young man entered the par lor he b...

Publication Title: Pike County Press
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