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Greenville Evening Record Newspaper Archive: September 18, 1908 - Page 4

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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE SBPfBMBllft Family Had Heard Nothing About Death and Burial of John Richards at Youngstown WAS GREENVILLE I little start for i after having spent their annual vacation with rel atlves in this David of San visited his Squire a few days during the past He was accompanied by his of New It was thirty years since the former had been Isaac White expects to start for a t wo months trip through the western He will first stop at to visit his and frbtn theru the two veterans will go to Kansas City for a visit with another They will also visit Carnegie Steel office elicited the Identity of Man Killed by the information that no John at Ydimpntown Is had been on the roil of that slstcr MrsBouBOn at Kan ter cern but B representative pf this pa body of per learns that there was a puddierj Ellward John who was nuried In an unmarked grave In Oak Hill cemetery last as will prob ably be exhumed some day this week and taken to Greenville for A Bister of the deceased resides HAS BROTHER Victim of Waterboro Well WOLF Charles of Grove was at Wilsons last building J s cement water also cementing foundation for gasoline engine j which Wilson will use to pump j water and cut I Several of the farmers say that j they will use the shot gun on the next set of coon hunters who break up their slumbers by roaming over their farm when everybody should be I In bed sleeping the sleep of the Robinson has moved his family i from the property up to house at I George and Eva Moon are attending Wredk Was at Slippery of Tne Misses Pearl Perry and Hannah Wilson are attending school in KILLED A DANUEKOU3 MIST A Greenville Mothers Should leet Kidney Weakness In Most children have weak The earliest warning is A dense fog combined with smoke from swamp fires In the vicinity was j Grove responsible for a rearend collision on bythat who married a natlve thls Pacewas and who went to Sharon from among his many friends and relatives of antedates the ere a few days He exPects to retae Erie railroad about one mile east Major J M the newly Ban Francisco in a few of at Thursday appointed divisional officer of The Major Nobody by the name 01 Richards In Greenville ever lieard of move to Miss Anna I in which one person was Salvation Army for Northwestern a killed and one painfully was bora In Northern In 1891 he first met the The in which town he bought a suit ofja nor have the police nurse of is spend clothes which wore when been notified by Youngstown authorl B annual vacation with her CHARLES 37 years Army in that vicinity and at once Not receiving a paper at their home ties at any tlmp since the man was motller aml in this i of became Interested In their be Maude Connell and CHARLES of Mead cause of their earnestness and slncer I although at that time he had very Is attributed as the cause for not learning of her fathers Identity be fore this Murphy called at Manleys morgue Wednesday GROVE The carpenters have elded to procure a box at Aldender j of Elliott are the guests her Burgess and Train extra In charge of Enlittle Interest In religious fers drug and give gineer Conductor Tayj Shortly after lie became a qonvertjshe began to improve from the time Later comes TIs a mistake to neglect these To blame the child fot its own dis Seek to cure the kidneys Save the child from deadly kidney Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid Greenville parents recommend 31 Stewart says My who Is now twelve years suffered with kidney disease since She was never strong and always looked pale and She suffered a great deal from pains across her The action of her kidneys were Irregular and she had no control over the se cretions which were very particularly at When I saw Doans Kidney Pills I do work puttliiB up the partitions in the Cheeseman went to Oc Trainmen Lester Benjamin and for three and a half years worked shes began using They reg basement of the new this where he Crocker and was folm various capacities in connection ulated her kidneys and banished the and the bricklayers will begin their will enter the State university for tW lowing closely train extra In with the Army In his own This Her general health has 1m charge of Engineer Fred Semmelwas followed by a period of training and we both feel that we owe with his family on work In a few engineering James Clelland Is having a base LD of was Conductor Fireman at the training school in and a great deal to Doans Kidney ment put under his residence on In quest of a house to Guy Lewis and Brakeman Fred Goshe received his appointment in 189B and cheerily recommend erty street and otherwise Improving He wslleB to remove Both trains were running under to Minneapolis with the rank of lieu1 For sale by all Price 50 precautionary orders as still another two months later promoted to FosterMllburn just and eighteen montua later New sole agents for the United i promoted to the staff rank and son he played at short In a league Train 1432 Is what is known pioneer work In South Remember the all team of that j railroad men as a One TIie Army Invaded the Black Hills take no Mont who has so acceptleaves Meadville at G every day where previous experl James has had a veranda1 Wl Sneilen has returned from westbound freight train was built to the front of his Liberty street where the past seaahead of extra Neyman has had an addition built to his residence south of and a veranda added to the Ing and after viewing the clothes Worn by the dead positively identified them as those by her father when he left her home last Tuesday night to go to New Castle to visit another daughter a It was while on his way to the latters home that he met his intending to walk the when was struck by a The daughter also described her appearance which tallied with that of the dead The Initials on his right hand and a flag and star also on his hand which the dead man possessed were numbered In the Another slater residing In Greenville accounto for the mark of that town on his tavlng bought his The body Interred last Sunday i I i vi iiuu auu tl tiuu uci t I LIU JDuimiU m ui j iauu Lli W cole III in an unmarked grave in Oak Hill machinery Is now being Pttaburg for the present but will and Southwestern division branches The Major his It Is probable that the body will be removed from Oak Hill and taken to his daughters home In Groonvlllo for or There has been a great deal pub Ushed about this man and his al leged residence It Is barely even probable that Green ably filled the position of freight and one leaves Salamanca at 5 ence among the miners of Northern No one is immune from kidney The newly remodeled house of at the local Besemer two trains in the wreck as well Michigan was For the past so just remember that Martin at the corner of Liberty nnd for tne Pftst ten has been ofas another had laid in the siding at 5 he has had charge of the Foleys Remedy will stop the East Main street is receiving the fin fere1 aml accepted a lucrative cler train the New York work in the Southern where Irregularities and cure any case Ishing touches by the paper hangers lcal In the general offices of Cleveland flyerto and were tu the growth of the Army was marvel j and will soon be ready for the company at Plttsburg and will meet eastbound freight at Water In 1907 he was transferred to The new building of the Novelty enter upon his new duties next j which Is the terminus of the the present headquarters works has been completed and the He wl11 not remove his family to double track and the Buffalo for Maryland and Northwestern Penn H beyond the reach of Sold by Bessemer Phar Is The name of John Richards has not appeared in finy city directory here In but a merchants credit extension book has of John mill no Inquiry at the The power to run the plant be boartl wlth a Jesse from the main electricity and each machine wltr who ls chlet clerk In the same A great of fog and smoke pre1 have its own individual thus His phwe here will be taken by Harry vented one train being seen by the Insuring plenty of power with no who has been transferred crew of the Fortunately for waste of the Ifrom tne Erle McCune them Conductor Sears and Brakeman The living apartments In the Filer slllei1 llore for a short tlme when ne Gosnoll who were riding in the ca llvery block are about completed and was with the Peerless boose of their train heard the ready for It Includes a laundry and Is well and favorably Ing train apjmjaching and realizing handsome suite of four connecting known by the majority of our busf that a collision rooms furnished In with mess bath room and closets conveniently Initial tour in this sectlo PA BUSINESS DIRECTORY saving their An Instant later the locomotive of DM Iti jiea snoops blood pressure from pain prove It he hti created pink Thai Shoops Headache coaiei blood pressure awar from pain Ita effect l Gontlr blood II roa have a Iti blood If its painful period with game can GREENVILLE PROTECTION RAIN ACCIDENT We have a new umbrella made of material called We want you to get In the habit of asking for this umbrella just you would ask for a certain collar or a certain To accom plish this end we will give with the first 600 umbrellas an acci dent insurance for written by one of the foremost com panies in America and running a whole ore selling this umbrella at the regular The you absolutely Doesnt this sound SEE FRIDAY AND As soon as completed they Mlllons of bottles of Foleys Honeyextra 1432 driven by Engineer Waters wili be occupied by and und been sold without any crashed Into the cutting pTTiipHflTippil anv nthor u jou are it s bit lu a through It as though It was niade of surely 1st tnttn oenenciai from Its use for Shoops Headache Tablets stop and Morgan Barnes and for coughs colds and lung trouble anel an1 Plunged into a car loaded it in 20 and the tablets slmpljr distribute This Is because the genuine Foleys wlth which was just ahead set Honey and Tar In the yellow the age contains no opiates or other Theforce of the impact threw the harmful Guard your healtu engine Into the dlWh and top by refusing any but the piing over on lts rlght alde w Bessemer j Engineer Waters under tons of steel A few prize packages will be auc ant lron wlth no Possible chance to Waters was pinioned un der the overturned locomotive while the escaping steam poured directly upon his head and face until death quickly relieved him from such in TAILORING THAT APPEALS To every ooservlng person who our store the completeness of our the tsste displayed In the styles and tha excellent quality of our the latest Innovations In ill sorts of Jewelry and Silverware some of the facts we wish to call your tentlon Call and for J Dun lap Ke stone Laundry 62 Clinton Cleaning Mens Neckties Perhapg youve a bunch of ties that are rather mussed and soiled which you have laid If youll look them over and see how little they are youll probably be glad to spend 5c apiece t ohave us clean and press each make a new tie of It for Our process does not fade them or run the colors Bell 373 J will bring wagon to your FOR SALE Grocery Store In a good The owner wishes to retire from having been In business for some For paV ticulais Inquire at this slO3mo A REAL TAILOR tloned off at Benninghoffs jewelry Saturday s 181 d When Trifles Become If any person suspects that their WettU at 25 ceuttTvkdcheerfully recommend Shoops Headache Tablets NARPY BISHOP Tailoring In allits Alter Pressing and Clean Corner Main and Mercer RESTAURANT 172174 MAIN kidneys are deranged they should tense Only the right hand take Foleys Kidney Remedy at once of protruded from the and not risk having Brlghts disease wrecked engine and after j or a not delay taking Foleys Kidney Rem September Delay gives disease heroic endeavors to release him had lifflp stronger foothold andJu should ftat he little boys B B ftat he couW no Bepmer until the wrecker arrived oessemer National Temperance I hereby promise by the help of God to abstain from the use of all Intoxicating in cluding beer nnd elder as a Sign here ocomotlve The body in gocting luce Hats for little boys was not gotten out until 5 oclock in we lake a specialty of them the iur boys nine months to 4 When the locomotive struck the years twenty or more train Fireman Silllman was thrown styles select 30 falling on a high embank vyhite stitcht ielt Hats or I His back and spine were se White Miduics and the same j verely two ribs were fracSlyles in lured and his ankle wns familiarly known as Ulack Brown Suede SMITHS CAFE Best Things to Eat served In the best is making a reputation for Try us If not a The place to eat is at SULLIVANS Opposite Bessemer Solicits transient and local people have difficulty moderate Hecker Reed Duluth Imperial Flour Mill Hay and M EAT MA RKET Plum corner Erie alms to furnish the finest quality of MILK DEPOT OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS we have a place In the bnnk for private letter writing or other business This room is for your free UB6 Our Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our tireproof vaults rent for a low A safe place for your valuable FARMERS A MERCHANTS TRUST to New soft round Leather Sailors can b d d k Black or others In Pat among hla was one ot Tan or best and 1 the best known amateur ball players Grey Cloth Middy to In this He first gained prom inence as a catcher of the crack Ve ititcht peak crown Hats nungg team a number of yews little Hats on the McUosky and Waters being the star Mexican ordercloth or velvet in i He played on teams In near ali the latu prett shad nn and during his residence In to Meadville played on various teams of that His last appearance on the Erie Railroad He was pop among players and fans and his denth Is a great shock to all who knew Besides his wife he is survived by his Susan Waters of scarce ancl sold at Complete assortment little When you buy your milk of 21 North Mercer you get the LAUNDRY YEE For firstclass I excel all Try me and be con Special lot of little Boys Tan stiteht Hats all colors Swell new Enjffish Patent Leather Hats the kind that are ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY Webers 11 Canal All work finished on Artura the most of all photographic All the latest styles in uptodate cards and When To Eat Is A Question Where To Eat Is Not Debatable CITY RESTAURANT Of CHALLENGE We challenge anyone to produce caao of or othec okln caas that Taylors ECZEMA REMEDY Will not cure It is tha only absolute panacea tar all blood diseases snd skin Thousunds of to show Send for photos of recent Sold under absolute to cure or mohty Not a slngla Instance ot K vou would to cured got It Write for Free i Bessemer and two George of this nnd William Bovs 1 7oc of and Tomorrow tlie last day you will hear Sousa nt the Expo BOGQS NORTH LIVERY STABLES When you ride in a rig from McCLURES South Water you are not ashamed of the horse or the Good service at Xext time you take out your best girl try SMITHS LIVERY and please BESSEMER LAKE RAIL ROAO Time Table In Effect Trains leave Eastern Standard as follows tor Bradys East New Butler and for But East Plttsburg and for East Plttsburg and for Butler and Intermediate from Butler to and from East Allegheny and Butlei to connecting week days for Meadville and from East Pitta Allegheny and to Mead and arrive from Allegheny and 11 and 14 run daily other trains daily except PHYSICIANS 259 Until after 7 10 Mercer Hours 242 Main CAMPBELL LIVINGSTON BLOCK Office Rooms 190J4 Main street The old reliables motto isf Not the cheapest prices best goods at the i lowest market Our reputa tlon for 22 years Emit CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ESTIMATES CUNNINGHAM We appreciate your Give us a Canal street FURNITURE 50 Columbia Union Phone 1222 Watch this space for special prices on Coal Heaters and ranges JOHNSON HO BAW OSTEOPATH 52 15 and evenings 241 Hours Hours Main street Hours WMl Hl 10 Hours 79 Mercer National Hotel PRESTON 8TEELE 19 Hours i canal   

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