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Pike County Dispatch from Milford, Pennsylvania • 2

Milford, Pennsylvania
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EBISF MENTION. THE DISPATCH. People Who Gome and Go Jim Dumps And looked gazed out on sidewalks hot in vain for one cool spot And vowed he ne'er again would eat A lunch of heat-producing meat. Once more has Force restored his vim, Although 'tis hot, he's Sunny Jim." BfeT-IClANl Force" The Cereal We also have a well selected stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry Diamonds, Solid and Silver Plated Ware to choose from. Repairing in all its branches; and and all work guaranteed.

7OI7IMEBlH3! Jeweler aacL mattes comfort possible on a sweltering day. H.tpS Him to Keep Cool. 'Force is a blessing to hot humanity. I find since eating It and I want it every morning that I am able to go through a hot day with much more comfort than when I used to eat hearty TV meat breakfasts. It has taught me K.

O. CLATBBBGBS. GINGHAMS DRESS GOODS FANCY WAIST PATTERNS FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES DENIMS DRAPERY UNDERWEAR GLOVES HATS CAPS LAMPS GLASSWARE RUBBERS FELTS I BEST I OF I JUL FLOUR now to live. Cheap Excursion Tickets to California On account of the National Association of Master Plumbers of the United States to be held at San Francisco, May 19th to 22nd, and the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church in the United States, to be held at Los Angeles, May 19th to June 2nd, the Erie will sell special excursion tickets from Port Jervis to San Francisco or Los Angeles, on May 2nd and May 11th, to 17th, good returning to July 10th at the low rate of $67 for the round trip. Are you ever irritable, ladies? If so, many times it can be traced to ill-fitting shoes.

There is one shoe Kadel claims is different from all others in comfort and fit. That shoe is called Kadel's "True Comfort Shoe." They strengthen the feet every day they are worn, and make walking easy. This "True Comfort Shoe" sold exclusively by John A. Kadel, at $1.50. $2.00 and $3.00.

Fewer gallons; wears longer; De-voe. ANY CHUKCH or parsonage or institution supported by voluntary contribution will be given a liberal quantity of the Longman Martinez Pure Paints whenever they paint. Note Have done so for twenty-seven years. Sales Tens of millions of gallons painted nearly two million houses under guarantee to repaint if not satisfactory The paint wears for periods up to eighteen years. Linseed Oil must be added to the paint, (done in two minutes).

Actual cost then about $1.25 a gallon. Samples free. Sold by our Agpnts, J. R. Fox Son, Little York, N.

J. POLITICAL CARDS. To the Democratic Voters of Pike County I hereby oiler myself as a candidate for the office of JURY COMMISSIONER subject to the rules of the Democratic party and respectfully solicit your support at the ensuing prtniarv, pledging mvself, if elected, to perform the duties of the office with fidelity and to the best of my ability. E. A.

GREENING, Dingman May 16, 1903. To the Democratic Voters of Pike County: I hereby offer myself as a candidate for the office of JURY COMMISSIONER subject to the rules of the Democratic party and respectfully solicit your support at the ensuing prtmay, pledging myself, 11 elected, lo discharge the duties of the office with fidelity. I.CCIAN B. HISSAM. Milford March 14, 1903.

To the Democratic Voters of pike Coun'y: I hereby offer myself as a candidate for the office of JURY COMMISSIONER subject to the rules of the Democratic party and respectfully solicit your support at the ensuing primary, pledging mvself. It elected, to perform the duties of the office with fidelity and to the best of my ability. JOHN H. WARD. Lehman March 18, 1903.

WOOD All kinds of stove wood for sale by E. H. Orben. Orders lea at Central Telephone office will be free of charge. Our patients are our best advertisements YOU Every pair of glasses fitted by us sell others BE We want to add you to our chain.

ONE To fit you is to fit your friends in the future lew tods OUTINGS IT Mlford, Pa. The fineet turnouti. Open at all boon. Horses and Carriages At Reasonable Rate with or without Drivers. Parties Taken on Any Pleasure Trip.

4th Ann Milford, Pa. Vr Navkfll HraH, EDWAKD SHEPHERD AUOTIONBER FEBRY, PA, Will cry sales in any part of the county. Terms reasonable, satisfaction guaranteed. Iave orders at this office. Cnres Grip in Two Days.


MAY 21, 1903. COUNTY CHIPS. Personals and News Items From Various Parts of Pike. Harry Quinn of Dingman township recently spent a week in Middletown. John Curling, who was operated upon for appendicitis at the Port Jer vis Hospital, was discharged last Thursday and returned to his home in Milford township.

Dr. Peters of Providence, E. has had great luck fishing for trout in the Btreams near Bushkill. Albert Earl of Mill Rift is suffering from a lung trouble and is in a critical condition. William Cook and the Misses Helen and Mary Cook of Bushkill recently spent a few days in Blairstown.

Arthur Wolfe, who vrill graduate as an M. D. from a Philadelphia medical college this spring, will commence the practice of medicine in Matamoras, it is reported. W. D.

and George Carlton are making extensive repairs to the tenant house near LaAnna occupied by Mrs. Wolfe. Harry Peters, who recovered his health after a stay- of some months in New Mexico and California, has returned to Bushkill. E. A.

Greening of Spring Brook this week announces his candidacy for the office of Jury Commissioner on the Democratic ticket by a card iu Dispatch. Rupp, the Port Jervis bottler, has leased the farm of Mrs. L. W. Armstrong in Milford township (on the Port Jervis road) for the ensuing year with the privilege of a longer period.

He expects to move his bottling works there. Colonist Hates to the "West. The Erie Railroad will sell daily until June Hth, one way colonist tickets from Port Jervis to most all points in Arizona, British Columbia, California, Colorado, Idaho, Mexico, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming, at very low rates of tare. A postal to the Erie ticket office, Port Jervis, will bring by return mail any desired information. Mr.

Joseph Porninville, of Stillwater, after having spent over $2,000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble, without relief, was advised by his druggist, Mr. Alex. Richard, to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a well man today. If troubled with indigestion, bad taste in the mouth, lack of appetite or constipation, give these Tablets a trial, and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result.

For sale at 25 cents per bos by A. W. Balch Son, Matamoras, all drug and gen'l stores in Pike county. California Excursions. The Erie will sell a special excursion ticket from Port Jervis to Los Angeles or San Francisco, daily, from May 11th to 17, inclusive, good returning to July 10th, at the low rate of $67 for the round trip.

Here is an opportunity to visit the Pacific coast at less than the first class one way rate. WANTED A hustler to sell an Al line of School Supplies and Copy Books to School Boards in Pike County. Address with reference, KURTZ. Clearfield, Pa. June Festiva By tie Woman's Guild at- Glenside Cottage Harford Milford, Pa.

Residence of Dr. H. E. Emerson on Tuesday i 1 From 6 to 11 p. m.

Many Interesting Little Notes Gleaned From All Sources. This is great weather for the soda fountain. The first races of the season will be held at the Milford Driving Park on July 4. As far as can be learned, the forest fires in Pike county have been extinguished. The borough schools will close the first week in une.

The Catharine street school property will be sold at auction on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. The sheriffs sale of the personal property of George A. Elston of Lackawaxen has been adjourned un til tomorrow. The "is it hot enough for you" fiend is around again. There will be holy mass in St.

Pat rick's church, Milford, on Sunday morning at 10.30 a'clock. A new dress has greatly improved the appearance of the Port Jervis Evening Gazette. A photograph of the graduating class of the Milford High School has been taken by J. A. Myer and a cut of same will soon appear in Dispatch Mrs.

Sarah Davis has purchased of Albert Helms two lots on High street, near sixth Street, and will build a residence. Three automobile licenses have been issued by County Treasurer Swepeniser to D. H. Hornbeck of Milford, P. C.

Eutan and L. L. Ma-honey of Port Jervis. The pill factory has closed for the summer. A goodly number of Milford peo ple attended the circus in Port Jervis on Monday.

Monday was a hot day, the thermometer going above 90. There is quite a sprinkling of city people in town at present and every thing indicates a successful season. After June 1 the evening service in the Episcopal church will be held at 7.30 instead of 4 o'clock. Mrs. A.

Terwilliger has painted her cottage on Ann street, the work being done by Aimer McMurray. Several bands of gypsies were in town last week. Rev. V. A.

Wood will preach a memorial sermon in the Methodist church on Sunday evening, when the local G. A. R. Post will attend in a body. Good catches of shad are being made at the fisheries near town.

Among the number one night last week was a German carp weighing 17 pounds. It was served by Dr. John Kelly at his restaurant. The Erie is trying the experiment of running locomotives on the through passenger trains from Jersey City to Susquehanna. The signal towers at Mast Hope and Nobodys on the Erie have been discontinued.

The Erie excursions to Shohola Glen will commence on Memorial Day. A lodge of Odd Fellows was instituted at Gouldsboro on Saturday evening. There will be no service in the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening. Geo. F.

Heitzman, formerly of Port Jervis, died in Trenton last Friday of typhoid fever, aged 35 years. The Woman's Guild will hold a June festival at the residence of Dr. H. E. Emerson on Harford street on June 9 from 6 to 11 p.

m. The Sheriff's sale of the Elston property at Lackawaxen has been stayed. An elephant weighing six tons and standing twelve feet high was a feature of the circus at Port Jervis on Monday. BOY, about 15. strong and willing, wanted at Milford Hand Laundry.

WOMAN wanted to do family iron ing at Milford Hand Laundry. WANTED A second-hand one- horse farm wagon. Apply at this office. Hiram Towner will have 50 West ern horses at his stables in Port Jer vis on May 30. Strength and vigor come of good food, duly digested.

"Force," a ready-to-serve wheat and barley food, adds no burden, but sustains, nour ishes, invigorates. Can you pass by the opportunity of securing "Dispatch" and the Thrice- a-Week World, when you can obtain them for so nominal a figure One year for $2.00 cash in advance. Too Great a Bisk. In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus, often before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand.

The risk is too great for anyone to take. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine in use. It can always be depended upon. For sale by A. W.

Balch Son, Matamoras, all drug and gen'l stores in Pike Co. PERSONAL ITEMS CONCERNING MANT PEOPLE. Persons Who Are Visiting in this Village and Vicinity and Persons Who Are Out of Town on Business or Pleasure Bent The Sick List. James W. Pinchot of New York was in town this week.

William Kline, a New York detec-tifeand a brother of A. W. Kline of Milford, was a Crissman House guest on Friday. George A. Elston of Lackawaxen was here on business Thursday.

Mrs. Robert W. Findlay and her sister, Miss Lucy Bournique, spent several days with relatives in New York last week. Charles Quick of Bushkill was a Milford visitor on Thursday. George M.

Arnst of Delaware was in town on Thursday. Mrs. Fena Sieg of Greentown was at the court house on Saturday on business concerning the estate of her deceased husband. Franklin L. Sieg, who died intestate.

Letters of administration were granted to her by Register Westbrook. Jury Commissioner Beisher of Greene accompanied Mrs. Sieg to Milford on Saturday. Mrs. C.

O. Armstrong and daughter Natalie returned on Tuesday from a visit of a week with relatives and friends in New York. Mrs. E. J.

Baker of East Orange, N. attended the funeral of E. H. Noyes last Thursday and visited relatives here. Miss Huldah Bull, Miss Blanche Cross, C.

P. Mott and wife enjoyed the O. W. excursion to Albany on Friday. Charles Sieg, proprietor of the Hainesville, N.

House, was here on business last Saturday. George Reaggs of Woodtown was here on business Saturday. George Titman, formerly of this village, is now filling the position of traveling firemen on the Erie rail road, John Hissam has taken a position in the Erie car shops at Port Jervis. Herman Koehler, August B. Hawes and George Funk were among the excursionists to Albany last Friday.

Walter L. Angle is home on a visit. Daniel Litts of Newark, N. returned on Sunday after a visit of several days here where be formerly resided. He was accompanied by Mrs.

Mary Cole, his foster-mother, who will reside with him. Mrs. Whiting of Attleboro, is making an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. George Slawson, on Water street. Dr.

Persifor Frazer of Philadelphia, the handwriting expert, has been a guest at the Crissman Hoase for several days. He also visited Edge-mere. Mrs. James R. Bull of New York is visiting relatives here.

Mrs. Susie Seeley returned Monday evening from a ten days' visit in New York. John L. Gourlay is home from Newark for the summer. Miss Lily Mott, after a visit of several weeks with relatives and friends in New York, returned home on Mon day.

Rev. E. J. Perot and Col. A.

E. Lewis, rector and senior warden respectively of the Episcopal church here, attended the Diocesan conven tion at Carbondale, this week. P. F. Steele has been confined to his home on John street by illness the past week.

He sustained internal injuries one day last week as the result of lifting a barrel of cement. He is now able to be out again. W. B. Schoonover of Lehman township was here on Thursday to close a deal with E.

T. Riviere of this village for the purchase of 143 acres of land (part of Thomas Ruston tract) located in Lehman. The consideration was not made public. Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas McMurray this week moved their household furniture from New York to rooms in the house on Mill street occupied by their son-in-law, Frank B. Pletcher, where they will pass the summer. Ill health of their son compelled them to return to the country. Mr. and Mrs.

George E. Horton of Branch ville were here on Saturday and disposed of the household goods in their residence on Harford street. Everything was sold and many bar gains were secured. George Seaman, George Robertson and George Taylor, the Wayne County Commissioners, met the Pike County Commissioners at their office here on Friday to Settle accounts for the past year. Messrs.

Seaman and Robertson remained in town until W. T. Slruble, JOHN HNOUY 80N, General Livery, IT. S. Inland Mail Transportation Co.

Regular Stage Between MILFORD and PORT JERVIS Wells-Fargo Express. Parties Baggage Taken Anywhere. UVE8Y. ft Adjoining Crissman House First class "turnouts. Parties taken to any point in vicinity.

Competent drivers. Terms always satisfactory. Heavy work solicited. G. W.

WHEELER, Prop. Saturday afternoon, enjoying a trip to Dingman's Ferry, in company with tbe local Coniuiissiocers, their clerk and County Treasurer Swepeniser. Hon. Dennis McLaughlin and family have returned to Milford from Jersey City for the summer, opening their cottage on Broad street on Monday. Mark Ryder and George Buchanan, both of this village, are filling positions with the Swift Beef Co.

in Port Jervis. Mark is driving the delivery wagon, while George is assistant bookkeeper in the office. Mrs. Alice W. Bennett of Brooklyn, with her little grandson, is visiting her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Nathan Fuller, on Broad street. Ex-County Commissioner Rosen-crauce of near Shohola Falls was a welcome caller in town one day last week. George H. Bowhanan of Seymour, has returned to Pike county.

Harry Dewitt, who is operating a linotype machine in a newspaper office in Say re, is home for a week. Mrs. Victor A. Wood has returned from Oberlin, where she visited her parents for several weeks. J.

E. Linde, president of a large paper house in New York, with his wife and two younger children arrived at the Crissman House on Thursday evening. Mr. Linde re turned on Sundp.y but his family will remain two weeks. They may summer here.

Wallace Heller of Salamanca, N. is visiting relatives here. Frank W. Cross and Theo. H.

Baker returned yesterday from a fishing trip on the Shohola. They were guests at "Jack'' McConnell's. Horace O. Kipp will act as clerk at the Bluff House this summer. Supt.

L. Westbrook visited the teacher and pupils at the Inglehart, Wayne County, school last week. Walter H. Warner received word this week that his son Everitt, who is undergoing treatment in a city hospital, is improving rapidly and will soon be able to return home. Hon.

F. P. Kimble of Honesdale was here on legal business yesterday. Mrs. Mathey of New York is a guest of Mrs.

M. V. Tissot. L. Rossignot of New York is a Hotel Fauchere guest.

T. B. Morse and a friend, W. H. Sullivan, of New York were here the past week.

The parents of Dr. Chapin of Ding-man's Ferry are spending a season in Milford. When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. For sale by A.W.

Balch Son, Matamoras, all drug and gen'l stores in Pike county. tS'Bring your job work to Dkmtch. First class work; prices right. J. ALFRED MYER, PHOTOGRAPHER Picture Frames any size made to order.

Developing and Printing promptly done. HARFORD MILFORD. TA. TRESPASS NOTICE All persons are hereby forbidden to quarry or remove any flag stone, out or remove any lumber or other materials from the lands of the undersigned in Pike County, Pennsylvania, without the writr ten consent of the owners, under the penalty of. the law.

HERBERT H. SANDERSON, GEORGE A. PLIMPTON. June 19, 1902. ERNEST RIG-NY Watches and Clocks Repaired.

Opp. L. F. Hafner's Harness Shop, Milford, Pa TRESPASS NOTICE. Trespassing upon the property of the undersigned In Lackawaxen township (formerly known as the Fahrenbaok property) for the purpose of hunting, fishing, cutting timber or any manner of trespass is strictly prohibited and all trespassers will be prosecuted to the full extent of the A.

D. BROWN SON, MANUFACTURERS AND LUMBER DEALERS Contractors cto Builders Office Brown's Building, Milford. Pa. Estimates Made, Personal Attention Given and Work Guaranteed. Mew Spring Kools Just (Ohicm Gents' Blue Underwear, $1 suit Gents' Shirts 50c, $1 blk white $1 suit fancy Hose 25c Gents' plain halbriggan Underwear, $1 suit Slxizri: "Waist Gingliams, S3 lO 12c Si 1 kr OrhLarri Idjosl, 25c ISTe-w Line Prints, 6c Sz 7c yc3 and everything? to toe found in an up-to-date general store To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.

Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. ThlS Signature, law. FRANK NEWMANN..

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