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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - July 4, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 VOLUME XIII.  ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 181*0.  NUMBER 15.  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  SHPSOR & GODSOE    BRA LIM  .OO NUDO ATI OR AL CHURCH Jml.MiMk Rftbhate a U o clock ft. rn iaiuWf HehdBel U n fftnlMi each Oft t> bk lh ST •Dine. IU* J O M'llor TI U . pftatnr  OHRMAN VU R CHURCH Hmtrti • v.ry flan Ut at IO JW o eject a. rn, Freer bine avarv a*h»r SuaSaf. Sand** He bool it n « -vary Rnnlar rvaraf mortis* avary Tburrder arte-tftg el 7 O'*lock.  <IEMMA N LUTHER IM CHURCH Horrlee* •vwrv Sabbath et iu ii o'clock a rn. Hanley  •ch. ml t rn moil Ie! xIt efter (Doming eerrlcee  M R CHURCH Hor J W Forsyth, raster, flftrvirea evert Hon-lar et ll o cloak e ta an-A ate tin ai Clee* meeting et IO o'rlooh a rn •terr Sabbath Ureter meeting every Taeedey fte<! ! bure-tey etenlnge.  Grain, Lim Stock,  COAL,  ALDEN,  IOWA.  ‘JHI NESE CHILDREN.  ■OCTETTES.  RADIANT LODOR. No .WR. A F A A M. Mtll meet in refiner (V'mirnisl'eil.e on lh* Tri Aet "teeing ne or before I b* fnjl mom. et He eon ic Heil. Aldea, low* Vittling hraihr«w ere medially Invited to attend. H L. I’I tree W lf.. M. W Owhet Herr.letv  ALDEN LIBRARY AND RHA DI NO ROOK -la Raymond Betiding Open evert dfty end even I ne. Huadet eteepted Yearly enbenrip Mona. Ai rente. Mi*, F E Parry. Preaideat. (flee («ttle Taylor, Secretary  ALDEN LODOR. No AM. I 0. O P Mae* every Wedfteeday evening et Utley 'n Hall Vialling brethren ere cordially int lied lo et tend. A M. donee, tterretery.  ALDEN LO DOE No IM. A. 0. O. W.-Mates et Ullet'e Hall. Hegelar rn eel Inga eeenad end lag* Toea-lay evening* of *erh month All tier ling rn .rn ber* ere cordially (arite-! to et tee* I ft. O. Hogan. M W . J. Tom Ii aeon, Re Mrder •  DIHIOO LODODR No XII. K at P Meeting* the Aret end third Tueedev evening* of each •booth in Utley • Hall, t uning Knighte al-nay* welcome M J. I'cant, 0.0. P E. PU net. K. of ll and ti  VTIema, III.v Coal, Warranted GS  Cml PML  M  AUK J. PU SRT.  Attorney and Co.Heeler at fan.  Prompt attention go en Mxvdlftri'one Otis#  Ber I Lei g Drawn* bb ut. Alden. Hardin ant/, iowa.  p P PRI NR IE. M D.  Pkjnlsla* and Sargeoa,  Allen Iowa. OBm over keeling* ll err! ware •tore.  T. J. RICK,  BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER.  dgee I /W VeHceel Mmeialkle Urn aed flew •men le*er*ew Ch., mf rrmmpmH, IU.  I onn vail Nfoftmahip tickets. and can bring pour Mend* or arad them Alway* ready lo giro ;nf j. meUon.    T. J. HICK, Aldan, la.  J. AT BUTTON,  ALDEN, IOWA,  Notarr Public.  loan  UtHUBANrE Af I KMT.  Farm loans negotiated on tong or than tim (bat low ratee of tater**!.  A large Del of lmprored and unimprorad land* for aal*.  DICKSECKER’S  lf PERFUMES  I ■ igmiS ii Cnyililn * aum el im  Th- I rn rer1*ty.«»qou.te Odor* end le«*»agoaeilt| rf ta-*» Pvrfam** here mea# ie*re eelebrmted keg ■tai ii'ivl ibeireele rvery »h»r» ?b*t ere BreTertvo eberever ow I fur (heir rtrbnee*. .legence eed «ee.ee  »->■ • •vox-#* *  pl . v yuvr dreggte* tor them ead  we* ell ih*t i* dein„ d.    _____  MCKSECKER'S TOOTI MNM!  tome fur end try lf I ■»* ere eel attaste astayll  MCKSECKER'S FICI FONDU  Ieee,vee (he h.irate* Iwl.irveyneateyery wfteea TE* nu#*.g- (Ive vet BKeleeti* Inviatbu.powder Bed*  Tee It uu. • end J will nee Delway#.  1*10. RICKSECKER, ruFuaii, *iw (III  * NOTARY PUBLIC.  IHI Estate, CoDectioi ail lamia  AG EXT.  ALDEN, ...    -    IOWA.  Tam and Town Property  worn BAIM Aim BUTT.  BANK OF ALDEN,  BXU. BIRDSALL A SOB. Alden, Hardin Countv, Iowa.  EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD.  CeUeeileM Rind* a Npeefoitj «*mj  • LMS M  ROBERT HOLMES.   J) HALMI IM-  Lumber, Brick,  Cement anti Lime.  PETER WUU,   DEALER CR-  Live Stock,  GRAIN,  Seeds & Cod.  ALDEN, IOWA  WILLIAM KEA TISO.  HOW HOT* ANO GI Kl * ARR KR X USCI) ANO RDK ATRO.  Chara* ter nf I htaeee linage Vhmtli gin die* of the I filing Their llim.i end A rn ti ee men*. I al., ll Ii lr h Kdlfy lh. Fmhrya M.nd.rln. helertlon* (mm a Popular I hlnee. Story - Hook,  (IYH arn tho joy of ( himvso home*. mul ■ AM girls, although  HES^Earc  cl bv their ar cutv. arc    ne  h I r t h  brother* When a \R    min    ie hora the con  graduation* liMpwd Upon the parent* are loud and im ful When a girl ie born the lout that the parent* can hit u -Wall, girl* urn al*oof MHM nae la anna diet net* of CbillA wiNPilllf in time of war or (amia#, |*i*-r people are sometime* gniltv of d est roving their female infant*, lint the educated Chinese disapprove of this Cli vt OBI. end societies rug* for it* suppression bv aiding i«»or parent* ** it Ii money when a girl in liorn to them and by prosecuting such a* are guilty of it* practice Tile reason for thi* popular aversion to female progeny lie* chi city in the fact that girl* in Clima are Im* trothed while yet very young End sometime* leave their own parent* to live in the homes of their prospective bu* band* long IwitWPe thev are married In a Chinese proverb girl* are called  D aal av la  Heavy and Stall Hardin  Pocklt Ut TlMt tafaj,  Tinware A Woodenware,  th* tersest and Aims* steak at  HK I HEATING STOVES I UNB  lath* mer hat.  CTRN THEM OHME.  WILLIAM AKA TUSO.  Aldwa. lava  GHICA60, IOWA AHD DAKOTA  Mat, Quietest ail Oil? Direct Lina  B ETW UJf  ALOES, IOWA FALLS, ELDORA, AND CHICAGO, MIL WA DKX* AND ALL EASTERN . POINTS.  I » ll! N ' *K II -MI  Passengers Can Save  FROM  S HOURS TO S  BETWEEN  CHICAGO AHII POINTS OI THU UK  BT MAKINO  THIS SHORT ROUTE.  CONNECTIONS AT  ELDORA JUNCTION with the Chicago and Northwestern Railway for Tama City Cedar Rapids, Clinton, Chicago, Milwaukee. Des Moines, Council Bluffs, Hi. Paul, Minneapolis and all points in Dakota, Nebraska. Kansas and the West  ELDORA with the Central low* Railway for points North and South  IOWA FAILS with the B., C R A N.  and Illinois Central Railways, for Water loo, Dubuque, Fort Dodge and Sioux City  For all inforatlon about Freight or Passenger Rate*, apply to our local agouta or addreu the general Freight and Passenger Agent at Eldora. Iowa  JOHN POUTER, W. 8. PORTER,  Oma’! Hmm ager.    O.    W. sad P. A.  PERFUMES  “tine bamboo ahoot* springing up out aide the fence” tIi.it i*. outkide their father*' home*. The *iguiticane - of tin* saving Mill In* apparent when it i* know ii that the bnmbon tree i* the mo*! it.-eful plant which grow* in the Flowery Kingdom. It* vo mg a boot*, much lik« great a * |ma r agua plant*, are used for food, and out of the wood of the tree are made kitchen and table uten*il*. chopstick* table*, chair*, and umbrella*, aud ma*ta, ail*, aud cordugc of Uiats. All the parental love which .girl* in Chilla nu** I* lavished U|>on their brother-, it;*oa w bom devolve* the family honor and the *acritleai worship performed at tin* grave* of their ance*-jor*. and the t hinamati'.* ideal of |»er-feet bli** i* “mttiii joy, many *011*. and great wealth.” an ideal which they express by a term meaning “threefold happiness.”     t   The youngsters of the Orient are not lacking in name*, aud some of them are saddled aith Attle*which an American woald lose no time in ridding himself of by application to hts Legislature Among the superstitious high-sounding names are supposed to arouse the envious a rath of t^nl spirit*. aud than’ children often bear such appellations a* “Little Dog,” Hill Dug,* and “Old Cow." The more re fined and intelligent of the Chinese choose ’for their little one* the finer title* of “Long-Lived King.'' “(Hon ohs Light Bummer," Beautiful Clem Fisc*, and “Beautiful Phmnix Bell." etc. Beside* the*e name* the little ones have what are called “milk names." which correspond to the pet  LAND OF FLOWERS I  DOUSSAN’S  Sweet South  IM I ma Bg ate Eta i» Tow Dagama  IMM**corr*.  AIRO OOM UVEA nm IFDCtALrae  ITI Ml nil IMM MST I  I —mama a BMIaHHl RRTMHII  HOUMIL ROM MMMHfOUITt UVT or TIM VALLEY I  Al f* meuwMSk rtOCtOLA I  a > Elk nae val tao e §< mihm.  uaiiaee of tusAuwa uunMwtee Metkei of (Met t'hie am «u wash* rn* .aeiRy la laveaUug UtUw Air Ihmti cJuhlrwii, and thai aiw aimpb kmiwe by awiabwia, the dial bum, af    belag    * lf UMI  bat I'•• * When Uke tar* en baa -tWtf 1 ! they bars a mow ^auue given  their mssters, such a*, for matinee, “Perfe« t I slent."“Dutiful Oln-dien©**," etc., which 1* written on the classbook* Slid ■ opy slip*  In the north of China the summer* ar* verv hot aud thewiu'er* 'err ooh!  iii  A VI ( * I JC * I HI*   1  :ks ;  ••specially iii children are Little cotton g 1 it# tunic* 1 In winter  LAI-    _  There, r * mimer tine-duly and Angust the scarcel; lotted at all. garment- and sometime  compose their full tire they arc .-arly smothered in clothe*. A* the p> (pie light tirese*.in winter merely no she pur|H>*«* «>: e eking f-*>d it become necesaarv to :: • reuse (the clothing i- the ,-oId intensifies, until in inidvis r the children of the j oor iu their n iltiplied wadded cotton ;aek-et* look I .ore like bolete! i, or even balls, than like hun an Wing*  Airan-’ everv village ha* a *< Ie sd » hie ll tin «iim of the rich aud |s#»r at mod together. Rich jieopli# have pri-rate tnt--’ for their elder boy* and sometime- for their daughter*, who arc •wed to atteud the village I he education of I bitic.se :npri'<*l iu lear-.mg to cook,  ; ler, at I - >met 1.'!)•-« to piav I write. Their (ilk-  never iii -i’hool. girl* i* < sew, mti  the guitar, rem chief oc nation  while ’- mug i-  d  -avutg , I n.ak...g gold aud liver tin-cl-pap- tnt ;»»• in the worship of gods and the spirit* of their ancestor*. Beading n I venting »lo •■ f the t'nrec B's arc taught in tic- Chinese village school* i-eographv, Except that of China. ,nd antht erie au* t *? taught Ant bn utical calciUitioo* are made by til” ai-i of ti.- al..iou* or counting* I- ird. Y'ouug p’ip.i - have 1 dull and  hard time of it 1 ti; chonl*. for  they must learn bv .-art the shape md -ound of the :.. d’.’ude of word characters of their lang-iage. the mein-  * I* 1 HI KCTLY  DUTiri’L PX Baas.  it g- >*f which are not unfolded to them until they are Id >r ll year* of age. Every word ha* its own peculiar -ign anil to “spell it" is to know the right minder and position of the stroke* ami dot* which compose it.  The children of China have their game*, the chief outdoor sport Iwcng kite th tug - an amusement in w hich I gentlemen a* well delight . but they know nothing of foot i*all. bockey, cricket. Uniting Punch and Judv are an much at home rn a Chinese a- in an Fngli*h village, and shuttle cock* ar,* kno< Wed about bv the children with their feef instead of with battledore* Once or twice • y**a- the women and children of each village go into the field* of the country and return laden with Slower* to be Offered st the grave.-, of their dead,  Many Knik* fin children are written bv the Chloe**, and they ate profusely illustrated, bn! these book* are sold so cheaply that the illustration* are usually cheep aud far inferior to the book Uluairatieu* of KagiauU aud America. The cuts repAvsiuced with this sketch are ta. amide* at ptcturee published iu c'hiua ui a tov book con baaing co* hundred aud two etui***. aud fnithfnUjf repreaeut the condikawi af vieleelinl ptt'lort*l art I be *b.xtee are tuhl In Uiuatrau* awd amphaeiae Uke a (WAham aa# cf the Ch«eeee moral rate soul wul rwaiuid Awaerioaa lenders of the Munday echswd boobs cf a gen arabott at two in * hich the h«in>ee aud Iwkfutne* «e«e alwav* p«e«ar»*tui ail* genii and alway* Leased rn the belgian nap im iMttdteh paatalele of Jacob b nook'ii Hoi Ie aud Ida ale tex A Ifew cf these odd moral lake ara bete      ............. —      -"T""‘    -  reproduced (hat the joys of the little Chinese may lie fully Appreciated I.  “In the Chow dynasty tber* wa* a man named Lion Lei t*ze. When he wa* T'i year* old ho used to pat on bright, many-colored clothes to attract  tho attention of In* aged parent* and pin- like a child to amu*#* them Home* time* In- would entry w st cr into tho hall, and pretending to stumble woald fall fist on the gr-Mlnd. Then he would cry and run to the old people, all to fiisk- them forge’ th-ur age and imagine that he wa* yet a child."  if.  “There wa* on- ,* a l»oy 1 an - I W.>o Ming or Brave and Talk I’ivc,' who, v« lien oui- eight year* old, wa* very dutiful to hi* parent# Thee were very poor and coni I not aff oui even oa-h-iu.’ • curtain* for their bed Mo th« little l*»v o«ed to get into hi- parents'  I ted earl-' in tin’ evening an I let the tao- (Uitoe* lute him until aurfeited with hi* blood Then he would -nr-render til#bcd to hi- parent* that they might sleep rn |»eac-III.  There wa* once a juan named Han. Whan , boy he Biiilwiuvel himself v er• often and hts motlier used to beat him v> itll a bandido rod Onn day he cried after a beating and bu mother ani I have beaten yon many a time ami yon have never cried lief <re. W hy do you cry to-day V  “ *0, mother.’ he ret lied. ‘yon u*ed to hurt rn** • hen you flogged me and I •ii i not crv. but now I weep l-ecaUM you are 1 ot strong enough to hurt me.'  “It gnh* me weep." say* the Chi ne*,* moralist with unconscious humor, "even to read this story."  tv.  ‘ About I "«> years ago an >fiioer was injiistl- ai -el of treason and condemned to death. His son. 13 year* old. went to eourt boldly and l»»at the drum to claim an audience with the I iii J eror. a' I entreated that he might I ie a1 low ed to die for hi* father. This *0 j (leaned the I’.mperor that he set the nutn free ami wa* about to confer the title of 'Perfectly Dutiful' upon the l-oy, w hen the latter exclaimed ’It 1* right ami just f o 1 son to die w hen lo* father i* disgraced. *- ;t what disgmce can be coo.pared withthnt of gaining honor at a father * exjien—* f I respectfully decline your majesty's proposed distinction.' '  I Man of Few Word*.  A v.iufig mat:. *-a.- v.-ar* ac 1  ar rr. - I at a cetttti’. inn. ted, after alighting from hi- trap, w.-- t t int th" (•-•miner--a1 r-*-!n. where he walked backward* and forward* for some minute*. -Iisplaying the utmost self-imjeirtance. Vt !--:;gth he rang the bell. and nj -n tho w i.’-«r’* aj>i(earance ga-.- him an order uearh* a* follow-“Waiter"  “Ye*, -lr'"  “I am a man of few word*, and don't like to be continually ringing the l>ell aud disturbing the bonne; III thank vou to pay attention to what I -ay " "Ye*, sir'"  “In the ti 1 *t place, bri; g me in a gin-a of brand ami water. (Id, with a lit ti*' sugar i also a tea*; oon w ij(»» down Ii.is table, throw -on -*    a1*  on the tire ami *weep tip th - hearth; brl! 11 me a co:; Ie of - nudie*, pen. ink an-1 paper, - wafers. - little * a1 ing wax, md let me know what time the js>st go#* out  "Tell the hostler to take car- of rn••• !it(r*e. -lr*-** him well. A!, i let me know when he * ready to f«—d Order the cli tmlieruiaid to pr-*t in* me a g - I 1h*1. take - are that ’!«• sheet* ar-- wt ii air* -l and that there :* a gla-*of w ,• ui the nxjui.  "Ask your mistress wha' I can ha • t r supper Tell her I *h • lid Ilk-- a roast -luck, or something of that - rt Desire-vour tua-’er to *t« [-in. I want to ask him a few jue-ti ms sls-ut the • Irapers of this town."  The waiter answered “Yes sir." aud then went to the landlord arid told hi ti a gentleman in the <■< - .-reial roon wante-1 a grea* many thing*, ami among the r--*t he w kabsl him. and that w a* all he vscjl i r - allect Afer- ■ >t r j,  A Wonderful Tree.  den. Gordon w *.s . -ry talkative ou-‘ evening explaining t*i n in* p*-t theory, vi/... hat the Seytrhelles tai-md*, which i -ituated to th* northeast of Bf ad ag Anear, are the sits of th-* garde ( of I -**n! H-■ gav * many reason.* for th;;ift.ng so one l>eiug that there was a tree found thsre that is not t*) be found in any other par' w the world This. he 14 cont; i- it s the “forbidden tree It -    a., i  the C«(Civde Mer. or ‘ nut    '  sea," and ha* many pecul.a .I es. The nut is shajMsl like a heart, but with it* husk taken oft u is Liao a man * UhIv from the ch«vet to the in ess To raise a tr-e. he ax|darus, a mal a* lai-1 on the grouud aud corer si with leaves Bv aud by a *h< * -: couae# -Hit and rum along the grouud wad sties ats*ut twelve teat long ii the root is tu the foriu of a bulb -r feel tu diameter The tree ii lf grow* to the height of lb 1  Aet, a -Iii ably about nine {lichee th a k I'- ta 4 year* old lien ire it beat * Bruit aud ;* ttuta grow aevttit tu a bun- h ft--a* the «ad at the ex leu-led ai st each w -ag ti tug jiethape fi-rtv pouada ‘ he* »k-< aw*wo yeaurw U- (lieu the Iwaww are twwuty Iou, tee* Iowa a-.-l lUu-teen feel U*oe*t. aud >«au Im a- a tea * w -ugh11 It -ttuat aid • d bu a nos-leg-fbi tree Com o-a*-- -w a Bm?HW  “I* rn* 1 s»«tt*ut aw* g»**l * ask «t * eroapei U (e pa, - baas- at * «wd*4ie-Auf good * wa# the la; h ' »tf bt foe -aield. teestd Ute hi oat J day • oh that  smmmiL  LE ITE RH FRO! TRE CORN ERE.  Llt t«r frim UrMdmilhe.  I* sea sa Nutwiw ftir.r., 1 ■ iLSSMST OSEWtttttt I  B F. JU TUR: When George Washinton him ap rum the store f ir ii* * a p p -» r he! fetched mo ft letter frnm the school  ^lerm * grsnmsw ; it r*sl “Dent M:* Hocop-r I tsk rn* |»ea  in hail to w-rtte yon  few lines to let yon no that we air all well, an T hojie th-**- few Bae* will find von all the annie.  “We her got along fust rate axcept-iu thet -ne clutch o -In- ks all dido fram the stra«ldle*, I »y most tit ta tho dog fennil, an the ole turky g-birler will run -*ff, esther to Botrersea' or Purdy’s, every whoop alee ten. an tho last set!in o clockings moat all did# 9 the pip.  Ben vows he’s a gain to her a bouse keeper of hi* own; sum ae* it's one an sum snottier, fiat be don't go *i'b nsrry one twirt in s row. The welder V an Dyke is so mad at the schoolmarm thet she want look ford tho Ie (Use when she goes a past.  Y’oii nolle Jonathan Bl-Igors’ all bed the whoopla coff, didn't you * Well, they’ve got it party bad . cot it frum Mi* Peter Roperies little gal  Ole /eke# balut a goto to given house wsrtutn till it git* cooler.  OleSpevk hed the holler horn jest awful, but Ben sn me dosed her up with turpentide an so forth, sn she io lretter now  Wa wus all over to the Squire’* tother day a matin em We hed a awful nice time. They bed Inde chicking an tomattose* an cake an so forth fur supper.  We dont git menny sigs now. aa what w e do git were a puttin down fur winter n*e.  Bena crap* air all a I-(okra fine. I sea to my gran-d((tter. “He* a gma to make -oui*- g I a rmty fine bus ban sum o these days."  “Yon bet he air." aes she.  We air a makiu a heap o butter now I- it taint n » price at all *kursely, only a shillia. Mn Giles wu* a tellin me a week ago cum next Ifusdy thet Mi* Baggs he-1 got a feller an was a gum to be marry ed. Hev you seen ens jibing spn’ionsV Law* nose she w onted to find number 5 t»ad anal.  We killed th-’t ole bob tale rooster f ir dinner the -lay Mi* Peter Roper an .M;* Giles an Mi* Purdy wu* here Ha *';* kindy tuf, but we ett hun fur all o thet.  Ben *••* to tell yon <*f you wont to l»e here w hen he fetches on his now housekeeper you mu*t bony ap  Every baddy 1* a wunaertn an n w: nierra who in ’he wo rid :t km lie.  Lf yon no, I wish vou’d tell me in yo ir next, tim I sjio*** yoni be home in ale, it .1 we (k* more.  Ben *-h! you he-! -->me f-irt • graf* ti>»k. an evi rv buddy mrouu here wunta one,  Ho g—d by l’nim yare freud.  » 1 I’. A* WW Bf MO’a. Henerv w-s* -eel on pins to •n tin-1 out who B-*u * best But I felt mor- ism* ar nod lucks a dyin >tf with the in *-» we cuBcBided to bort here to the boya a few -lay* i*a tbs • wus all x lr-in in to the same town  Mn Hogg* an h--r b>w *-•• out -n to th- step* a talkui an -*.it;n penut*. toll supper tim- art ‘Ii-a -rfter * :j(jier thav went lit to the | irL»r an he * ado tell most mo nj in  “He a---1 he i*oodn’t stay away no longer." se* Salle.  “I shudea't think ii* - -»i." sea I, ’tindy drv  So no more at present frum  Hr* eh An * S - (l'K’u  Will A Hi  git home gal w us.  ab-ut m-•t raddles, etc.  cut our visit  >atlunal iireeting*.  “How i* roar *t- iuach Have ran eaten your neeThat s 1 hra-se  Be andor ti.-- guard of t - od." That's the <itt-ci. in *  "Ho* -lo yo i d-> That'* I ugbah and A atm i- an  “How do von    i-arry    >    #elf?'  'I hal * Freach  "Mav thy *ha-low never gr -•» Sea*'" That * Persian,  “ Thank ii #1 how    are you *'    Th it’*  Arabian  "How do vci and ourself ** Thai’.* German  "How -lo vie ;Ave    -uirself    That's  Polish  “ How Jo *>a per*par.    That's  Egyptian  I' tai * Bus •-‘-UM    “    I hal l  n>‘  How Jo TOU live on  Blan  "Go with G-hI,  Spa. tab  “How Jo aa standTh* * Ital tau  "How do eau fare *" TKat * I* ,u-h.  “How eau roo * That * Hwetii*te  IW Prewcker Ha# Ta# Ire*a  lit t’lokwa# HupSMMM t’ourt a jus-ha*i keen out some ".Ute*trying Is# agrtw* on » - -adlet iii oao- at the arson camcm I Ut ordo! to get a bt xix evert*— thor aer# par un tied to walk up aud tow u tho st,nut in half* al sa uN.w*. Dot WIK lh** sKdvo# a prea fief nates u« ai the jut fteeu. and ut a low vuttv w hut i-wcxd "tatiah t»* kutt, U>»* *tlek t-» Cute you kuuw t ate >uui p * :> aud IK* tuna* l-» »• I Wit Jo    «*  jttif on rattu 1 mute to (ta* -Ami4 ><<***, 0* k>« te*»4 J wdfw 11 vt I-at how th# • htek t-unu app**.*, had I    n    »i^    Sad  ilk* te-iMslsM a«*te na tend t-ntev* lo****, awd unit an-ani kiw to -a*- Am a -»*-*** lh - #i  n* 4#tejl * inn-al WMH JM nstfM-k > *   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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