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Bedford Daily Republican (Newspaper) - December 18, 1901, Bedford, Iowa nip ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER WE1 NE 1 Ni EDITION We have immgli Nuts anil Fruits bought t the county for the Special Discount to Schools and Persons having the selctions of Holiday confections for Sabbath Schools or social gatherings will find it to their interest to see uFIRST as our stock is complete and we will be satisfied witli small maivins We uv giving away no have to be paid for and paid for by the Hu of us and take your per cent ol th cost of the prizi in our Special Ditcou to We Have made arrangements for tHe VrnQO TVOAQ ullUltCul A 111 4 u llCtu to be found in the Place your orders We believe we Have tree decorations and tree ornaments for all but dont wait the last minute and get Need no You Know tKey are tHe I Our Fancy Xmas Boxes Stephens COURT IOWA f i e th Pit The Pistiniisier not ilird i to disrnut inle I he mall i IH Siar Kinlli between Meilln mil KlocUon This order i i ke elleel on I This means very litlo to in m but to Ihe old residents il I I us county it means I hat a part ie early il ion of I bis cuiui y is ID exist only in Ior perhaps lifiy years ihe as made daily lo and frmi to 151 foiiin i Iv Uormontou Iel iliinilgi Milihine md has the o hark ear i i d its messages of love and hope ol sadness and perhaps despair 7W troii ihc earlcsl set i lenient to T the present nil unmindful of he stealthy approach of the pro JL that has now put it out of J Progress may be i lint it is eortain in its results and I an old landmark obliterated while j lie people are served daily by Kiiral Much seniimeiil elings iibnnl the first institul ions of ihe fount Inline words of ihe great Moore licrll For Holiday f 8 An elfgain lino of up Iurs j bbfjs prices saci ifiie on Ladies You shuld uv cur line btlore 4 T nliufGoo s in i i line p iir A I Wool Kla k Table loih ami you ni one of t hi ones AC THE line il r p j n in n mi CHI ACO MARKCTS i n 11 M i Hfiilr Celebrated Ais One ul the pleasant incidents that escaped the news fiend until too late for mention in yesterdays issue was the celebration of Laur ence Lungs twentyfirst The gladsome event occurred Monday at the home of his and 11 Long in west pirt of tovn sent fur hitn and could not find Intlie matter of perpetrating1 u Siiipiise he tin1 ed the tables un them The evening piiscd very plea amly and all bad a jolly LOIIJJ received some useful prestiUH i Inn he will prize as me mentos of the glad M Former A t m M wul IVnl j h is ony one chance to savo About twejiiylive young folks thut gathered intending to perpetrate a Ma 13 iinn of ihe of Bedford E Still in California In the Hope of Im proving His HealthHe Has Undergone a Number of Sur gical Operations and His Condition is Considered Quite Several weeks iiuo look m Win AI M 1I1AIN AND Uflf arib jtioof ihefact that Kev C W s f Btiintl gr w o Ikun sho ho an he WHS induced to g to II neigh e iimuh rnuh w nd ye ow jaundiuo in the Gfal I1BS hild form il d sl1 Btiintl gr w o I A little had to USH El c iu li whispered to Laurence that thing unusual about t s of i oti f y it Only and instead of remaining at neighbors until sent for he went r Hrtla by 13 R on D en cred ihe upper story of Bibbins is setting his Imli the house by means or u ladder and stood in the stairway and watched for the fun when they day goods tor inspecuon ihi Call and see his stek Ho has lots of novelties for decll I I I i i li i1 In IV I ii il IliH I Mri I IlllJTMMI lllllircd In S tluvisc in i i n ii moderiili iiiidieiien YIIII iiiny In vim if you llpllll llOIIM dM II J Il I Mis lie Ml III un inl rod ifiirv slvlc wild Hui perlnips none nvirret tinsu lure and tluiv a of A btttir civilisation means a belter exit deoltl then u eice and whiienur sentiment will cling abniii ihe old hack lf we to the fullest nested by diniMlr nml I enj iv the jrniid of Ilifli of m idr vein VstoredotiMV i mpt of the iilleiiincis be like cull nig 111 lie piirdrs n nf a Ltiiiid piitnie Sill III Itiiir sf SIIIIM S IMI I In her II lii illsMill enie II sl i a I at i liliiuilil in liiicli 111 r i Hi el i verv siei ed uiili 11 inlii inns Kve i i ill li ivin mi Tin Bupiist Simtliiv School has presion planned for n Chrislinas j inlii lube aiveii il m ilde A IOSCPH h si Il I uri Waddell was m C in lliei a very beiiiriful t0 I price of fine Jewelry at r lhutwlllbe expect thorn hope of benefit ting his Inall h and I hat tinilbcess in sitle hud in a number of urgical op erations li is now reported that very re cently another operation was per formed on the and that his condition is o serious us to make his recovery improbable Wiiilel was pastor of the Heclford M K CiiiT h for ihree lie went iiim here lo Sheniindonh of the church at ihni city and from then to Council where IK was pastor of one of the leading when failing health com pelled him to resiirn his p isiiioii He has MIICO bten in seeking to regain his health with the siid results here At n Miss Ieni I took ihe i u train for Induinolu to 3 her t Jardmr and Jami 3 and to attend the wetlding of i her cm Jaime iirdnir and ixrii Inn iiuir riage will sis He T r I uulVoroil i fjj c n H cou d v vu B ml li B bu K BIIB Arnica Jbalvo impletel cured A is li o miiglc n Bu ains br ise Cut id b in nluora lerf ct h u er f puin d seiie B mi piles i ure guiirante d bi e peaker oiigbl lo ha OMAHA STOCK M RK I 111 Mill lire nl i he eve iints en crninmcni ivill In a Iantata partieipiiii d in liy forty The of this enl ertain M Wl in I lie pur chase of siniring boiiko for the V p S t Ailmission 1 cenis tn all excep ineiiilier of tli Suiidav School un ler the njre u v krl years All are Anionir i he d who w II bu I Old Convention are Sa 111 mill V rabelle I ilannah and Siistiinah and A I lypronisii ia lai k of III ihl Kill Illll Voi ciin Hi i nuns Is ni mviiy Moiidny whiM iknow n as wpi ri in I hi properly n as a v alni idd MOM In tin pin lnini mis delation l1 ol ille ueie ileel 1 W IS 11 dy Iv S hi B PAY r N D D Hid Mi rtf I J For At a bargain any or all of my household furniture if sold in the next lew Everything as is dt tt liiiiiuiiiii S4HTA GLADS AT I We Have Cheapest Line of Holiday Goods and Dolls MNi i I Jo I Much CJidl i1 aii Cud liiixt v Inivt i stork by tlm authors which we will sell at want to buy or will all UI IJillfiJ Court iltot B4ILIE I
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