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Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania THE EVENING fteiiORD fHI EVENING An Independent Morrison John Morrlaon Edltorfl and ASSOCIATED ne In the mud under MurphyRyan and arid 1 11 not stand for It today tinder Onffey and On that proposition I ever have and still stand On the issue that Democracys worst enemy today as ever In the is the Democratic nor since the days of has its enemies knocked at Its door In the hours of exception rare I am go ing to make my I am going to make my run on the platform which has abandoned the platform OR has a flop that has gained for him the support of thousands of they whom he in 1896 1 of labor and i of mankind on the cross of a j flop that has gained for him the sup i port of every political crook from Hill he has de nounced in the William Looser Will not See the many votf8 flf Oust DraflQed in the no Concern of and leave the resu William Looser alone and mv In the game of lead the Peoples flsbt In Mercer by the use of his name as a candidate for the office of In mak Jllror to BBln a 8lnBe vote l staml to History of 100th aniled as or ootl cruclflers Lucile Schoonover left for where she will at college this of was on his way home from Sharon and John Comer visited relatives in FredHughes spent Friday In Sketch I of the Pennsylvania Etta of Is guest of her Kibbs of spent publication In book form of the his Thursdayin town tory of this famous j Btoevnuson offers to subscribe Wood has from to start a fund to defray the exa twoweeks pensos of such a He bp1 1 McMurray was a visitor In ever been mv motto tn thp enrno nf M ne DP v zzztt andldate thc bribing of M coPV Taylor Is Hnaiimie Stevenson mentions the fact fPW stand silently by and see the banner of Jefferson dragged In the cefia they say mud by party democratic in nam0 only a party not one whit more democratic thanwhat It was fifteen yeara iindor the leadership 01 Ryan a combination of Stevenson mentions the fact that the secretary of this of New has am ple material for the preparation of such a including articles and letters descriptive of routine camp spending a few days with Cleveland of New Hft Otto and Iceland regimental movements and bat Otto and Leland Erie train due here at In which the regiment 8treet have beentaken to tlie was delayed at Venango last Including cuts and photography suffering with typhoid by a peculiar Train 8 f comrades living and He has Flora Plersol who has been struck and killed a cow which was also sketches of Individual battles j the guest of Miss Kllnginsmith thrown on the switch and ns train 9 from eye and many letters iiHB gone to Kansas went to enter the switch to meet from Daniel Leasure and X Word comes to the Rewrd that several cars of steel arrlvedikt the Carnegie plant within the past two days and also a quantity of sand has been unloaded McKay was asked for at his but the inquirer was told he had gone to the Efforts to get some one to answer the phone at the mill office proved unavailing as we go to press the Information is unconfirmed with the chances In the favor of its Autumn Sjles MJake The Debut m The Advaied Autiinn and Pal styles in Ladles and Mies Tailbred Suits A fine showing id at pojjular id Firsl Glimjie of FALL Now on Many of the Autuitnriweaves in Dress and Give This 9re a Chance to Show Peerless Dress Both wen o ener e swc o mee ane easure an m nnd the 6 It was blocfeed by the body of the late colonel and chaplain of Miss John of MeadvIHe mon peoples cause as ever r B mw had to back up and come the I has returned after a visit wit down the main letting 6 While many other regiments have friends take the switch from the west ha tdhelr history published in book great common peoples cause as ever Infested the earth since Its and as the campaign progresses I shall furnish the evidence of ihuuuuucUUB ittr 11UY3 HOt I would not four years ago stand Two prizes given at Benninghoffs had their gallent deeds so recorded are visiting at the hoi for the Sampling of democracys ban auction Saturday a 181 d which Stevenson considers most Mrs Hugh i form the Roundheads BO far have not1 Chase and daughter had their jrallpnt are visiting at the home o J 19 Saturday Specials Knickerbocker Suits For Szes 6 to J7 At ABE HESSE The Leading Clothier Heurges that a committee be head regiment published in book form In thewery near Sarah Dlefenderfer has re re epitomized history turned home from Ohio of the regiment la very interesting where she has been guest of hei It begins with the regimento baptism of fire at Port Royal i January and records Its gallant H Burnett was in Sharon deeds up to the occupancy of PetersThllrsday on April ffiss Psser returned home after spending two weeks with friends at the weljknown dairyman and firmer institute lec of in TLursday Jennie Leech has returned to New York City to resume her mu sical after spending the sum New Uptofiate Suits FLAMES SPREADING IN McNally returned from the A Large Area Has Been Burned Over oil field of Allegheny where and Linesvllle and Surrounding he completed all arrangements for Country Is Enveloped in the erection of a derrldk and he ex fires continue to burn fierce pects to have a well down in sixty ly in the Pymatunlng swamp In Pine I township near Tlje flames j have crept to within less than a mile Aaron Beichley and j of that Dense smoke of and Frank j velopes Linesvllle as well as the sur eck an1 of sounding interfering with vBltel of THE COUNTY News of the County Seat as Specially Reported by our Special Correspon dent Charles Marriage Bradley anu Katherlne ana Sara Jasper Tate and Minnie Jlae and Faye Shenango Frank West Middlesex and Eva Charles Robinson and Anna A Grove and Florence Elmer and Chloe Charles Mill Creek town and Pearl Cool Sprinb Jerry Yarian and Blanche Lackawannock Lydla late of Sharon Mallnda Louis late of Greenville no John of Lake township Caroline late of Mercer Moore and Ella Letters of On estate of late of f lugar Grove letters granted 4 o Warren and Sylvester Sheep Liberty township hree Worth want Krfes Mercantile Dry Cloaks and Suiti 190 Main i Pa I The Bane of England is managed by a Board of GaernirsWhose longestab lished must not be bV trained business The Board of Directors of the FIrt Bank Greenville Is com posed of men engaged in commrctal find having a thorough business training aid an knowiedge of credits In their own particular Tht HanVs are modern n every and customers needs are assured intelligent ASSETS MORE Ti4AN FIRST NATIONAL Main Street and Bessemer Oldest National Bank In Mercer M COHEN LOAN OFFICE 1O7 Main Street Mercer Fair Tickets on sale at sta ions 24th and Limit f Inquire of agents for rates and ime of s 184 d OUT business is to loan you money when you i Nothing at all complicated about our 7 tell us how much you we tell you what it will cost to the cent and explain every thing All transactions Strictly interfering with ol till bualnesa proving a nuisance to South Water this vUtl3 1U1 Filll housekeepers in on every housekeepers in OJi j The flames are confined to the we nave added to our stock a nice assortment of Evening and Party swamp whiqh covers n large area 8vHs which makes the line very These are some of the reasons many acres have been burned why we should be able to supply you with your needs The decayed vegetation FIRST i The decayed vegetation had formed a sort of plate which fur line Is fresh and as we closed out all our last seasons nlshed excellent fuel to the flames nnd great holes have been burned in THE DEATH BBCONDWe buy only wellmade made in clean no serious damage is antic Frederick Frederick of died i THJRDIf we do not have in Block a eult you we take your meas fh8 citlzen8 Bre alert Wednesday aged 67 ure and furnish you most any style or color you wish nnd have taken precautionary waa born In ures to check the flre should men when llllte a was brought to FOR with large gar Ask others the prices they paid for watches and at the Benning hoff s 181 d Kodol in short enable the stomach to do the work It should and the work It should do I Is to digest all the food you It makes the stomach sweet and It la pleaasnt to Harry It is sold here by GEM A TO FOR rooms in Advance Argus Equipped for house FOR WE LEND YOU MONEY ON Grapohones Silverware Instruments Sewing Machines COHENS LOAN OFFICE 107 Main Street Four doors from bridge M all for this Inquin s8tf have a competent person to make all alterations and do nce let sny suit go out unless perfectly save you money by them less than any large city Come nnd see for We have added to our stock a new line of MeadvIIle thts country by his nnd for t the past 60 years has been practically I a resident of Saylor was PYROGRAPHY can furnish you everythingpertaining to Look at our A New Line of Outing Flannels Cases of a miner by occupation and was very A child was denied admission to a a feature characteristic of his public school In ChlcSgo because For years he was a faithful had not been Mandamus and consistent member of the Re to the board of education was asked formed Mr Saylor is sur to compel her Defendant vlved by three John relied on an ordinance prohibiting the William four daughters Mrs East Inquire m 1tf FOR SA size 40 good this sl6tf FOR weighs about Ibs also Inquire 0 Third s63d FOR MOTHERS BREAD i mo mm wiuiain tour laughters Mrs I FOR SALE i allowance of attendance at school Fred Charles Sunday I POR New box top ear any child not vaccinated within sev Morrison and Miss Elizabeth set single en years next The Illinois at supreme court in People ex Jen quire 105 Main s kins Board of 84 North pj lit j eastern held that the right to education given by the con Passed Examination James New Britain Bleached worth Seersucker If the ordinance had been re White Madras Cloth worth from 15 to 20 strlcted to times of danger from epi Taffeta it would have been declared Toilet good for shaving or any still selling for BC Companys circu A certain judge of this state has de ney After the second special 45c he city was m g elude authority to enact such an 01 It seems from the opinion showed and five hot ties cured rae I since passed a rigid examination fori life Foleys Kidney Rem edy cures backaehe and all forms of bladder Bessemer i HELP to cook and do light No washing or Inquire 8 Unloi I s 18tf dining room s 11tf for general Chouse1 Good wages for good Inquire 863 Main s 1tf DEAN New Challles at New Wool New Press Goods at all New Tailored SWrt Waist just New Lace Waist just pome and see fillotson pry Goods Company cided chickens are property at but when they on another persons Witts Kidney and Bladder rheu property they are wild animals ana may bo Dogs are and have to U PU ways but have no rights on the propry ertyy of another the owner Is We Live to Dye And Dye to Live Were ready for business buckle and white iinen Bring in your work or call Return to this B 16tf US Up On Union wltfi bows Evening Record I Clean all kinds of ladies tr and gents fancy he fit on College or Mala llable for any damage he may do up on the premises of Cats aro not protected by law but they have rights at Ue same aa if thflt constantly breaking the QkRe Leave at Stone Canal a 153 d M SO or will pay Address s 1724 and If tajcen in card case with Bessemer monogram This a 181 d Low Prices New York Cleaning Dye Works 102 Main Near Book Your Orders for coal If there should be an advance in you will bo on the safe Our facilities for handling coal makes It possible for us to give you Clean Coal and guarantee full weight at the lowest market Oak Hill itf re Boreened per ton 1 shoveled per ton Oak Hill y4 per ton Filer rescreened per tou Filer per ton Filer per ton Hard all Ask for On orders for 5 tons or price win be 10 cents per ton less than the GREENVILLE COAL AND ICE Phones MONEY TO Main TOM SHAHEENT SHOE REPAIRING for Water and Maine
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