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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                RF JLmJLs window At The Correct Rritfc Bessemer fiig Store Stands In the Limelight of publicopinion and that is where we want bur Furniture UlwayH to re We ever Invitethe closest in spection otevery article we offer for and truth about it to all Intending Wo bellevo the best kind ofan advertisement for a houselike ours and we are going to live up to this which we are making every GIBSON FURNITUE Octi B B broadclothi Broailclottis ace more ior less in fashibnaWe clcmaniJeveryse son just now theyre The intluence ut tnc ijirecione idea on the fashions of the period has created a demand for Broad cloth far womens suits unpar alleled in Let us illustrate the extremes to which this store goes to meet your Over Three Hundred different shades of Broadcloth here now for to a Can anyone who wants Broad cloth afford ta extraor dinary collection You waut prettiest shade and thefrnest the In both respects we store will serve you Every shadeiofpovery color that the vagaries of the season or Uie We bot this great collection ofi Broadcloths for only onepurpose Altho the wonderful assortment alone should influence a vast amount of the force ot our appeal is based absolutely on superior quality of the cloth at the BOGGS BUHL BRYAN CLAIMS GAINS in power for twefve years Bas failed to meet the ti Btynn said that the poll In New the largest clty In the and the poll In prob ably Ihe largest agricultural He maffo the His spoech at Is a I hope the pddpte In this stattfwtil apTireolate thhtWhat he did for me In going out there to help me rty battle shows him to be showed thai the Deniocrfitlognins were dtMheir support I feel very I substantially the In New York lieeplylater ested in his hriJl anl reports showed50 Mtet thlfe Toft referred to the SayS UBmOCraiiC rOII SHOWS W tho same Percent prynn rocolved the following tel England American Rhodes after emphflticnlly you for and wish yon American Republican and Democratic Candidates Spend Sunday In New Yofk City ReetlnBUp Whlrlwlhd Tart Well Pleased With Tre Shown iDuringi His Three Tour ln Will Speak In Connecticut Bryan Pays Visit to New William Bryan spent Sunday this Ha Arrived at at Jersey where was met by National Chair man and Nathan Bryan itkeni to tthe ot where the was This morning early Bryan went to in fuMHlment of a pledge to make a speech1 At the of the meeting he will return again to New York Mr Bryan that some of the forecasts hehad seen In the papers did not agree with the reports that he had been How dothlngfs Ibok Mr Bryan Very encouraglngAwag the What do you think of Indiana he We had very enthusiastic meet there and also In The pros TAFT SMILES BROADLY pects in bothi states rare as the Mr Bryan said that all the straw that had been taken in the Democratic of the accuracy of the straw ballot depends upon thirway itIs taken and the way the names are seleotedf You select list of names ito send postal cards to you receive many tout you have no way of how the men who did not answer are going to The trouble comes when you try to average thovotes 06 the ones who have not responded with the votep of those who have Where have the Daniocratlc gains been this year in comparison with other years the candidate was This year the Democrats have gained every Heretofore we haye made gains in some states have lost In other This year there are gains throughout the whole In every There nre gains ainohg theifurniers these gains are very There are gatnaamong buainessftprofesfllonal and meniiifBhflt Is the interesting point n this campaign as comparted with tho other campaigns that IJmd anything to dowitto thereasonfor this gain thlriK It is lint the Republican pnrty Only I Republican CandidateHappy pett of Success Next i New Willialh Taft reached New York last night tfom where he closedthe in that The eighteen hour candidate complete rest and he took advantage thd opportunity to the fullest ex Upon arrivingheisald he felt in physical although stimawhat The first lap ofMn Tafts eastern campalgn will begin today with a run Massachusetts should go cratlcr then Ohio he but I dOUbt Only such a situation an that With Republican states reversing their vote conld make me believe Ohio Is not safely In the Republican FortyFour Suspects Reel foot more including two womeni were brought in i today as a result ot the murder at Walnut Ldg last week of Captain Quluten Rankin iby night In seven one by the troops but pa Amongthese arres d areWil hotel keeper at Samburg Union at Colonel Taylor wrote letters to Taylor and Rankin which were instrumental in carrying them on the fatal trip to Walnut and Wllllanf sixtyyearold UUlllpUIBl WJUU lull Ho New iwhlch will ba and hlswlfe and Aside gin at 10 30 The Taft special tho the day passed quiet will again be in New York at oclock the evening will address a meeting in After tlui election over Taft is planning to take a brief rest have esampaigned intwentyone said I expect to carry all of them with the exception of those south of Mason and Dixon line and and Mis The situation looks better than at anyprevious time and11 shall enter upon last lap of the campaign with a great deal of interest and en Taft freely various in all cases expressingconfi dence In the outcome of the Asked ito the re for in Taft said he hadnt a doubt out that Ohio would be strongly for If I couldnt carry my own state I wouldnt deserve to be running for he The presidential candidate expressed great approval of Governor Hughesa on behalf national The New York governors work In tha Tatt had demonstrated beyond all question Hughes right to a distinctive place in thenational political and had beenoff great value to the Repubi llcan Concerning North Tennes see and Virginia Judge Taft said his those states had strengthened his belief that one of these days a Re1 publican presidential candidate would tarry one or and weeo reasonably but Maryland would go v Taft wasasked fo his opinion on the effect speeclunaklng trip or Governor Hughes through the west and he said I feel deeply grateful with the troops in the disturbed To Make Speech at 3 New Bryan has accepted the Invitation of the Ha trusted clerk of the Troup been arrested on a charge1 of ehUozBllttg the result ot fodt Hazel the twoyearold daughter of East Is Myers offe foreigner shot another to Both are They fought over a an who escaped In the of un destroyed the flour and feed mill ot Theodore a livery Btable caus ing a loss of Cyrus TownsendBrady of Toledo an nounced his resignation as rector of Trinity He goes to Kansas City to the George Episcopal church the case ot Hays found dead beside the railroad In Manorvllle two weeks the county commissioners offer reward for arrest and con mother Belay who celebriV ed her 114th birthday on dlM at her home near Clarioro She was probably the oldest woman In union meet Ing of delegates representing the Night Workers a nonpartisan j Brotherhoodof Locomotive Firemen organization of this to addressaand Order of Railway Con ductora and Brotherhood of Trainmen is In Severalhundred delegates areIn Interna tltinal etudent Bible conference was broughtto a close when Booker Washlngtongaive three Five thousand persons crowded hall andias many wereturned away toi a second which soon was tilled meeting Of printers ppstofflcei employea and others em ployedat tobo held In City Hall park on Tuesday at 1 oclockThis will be the first time Jiat a prosldentlal candidate has dressed a meeting under such clrcunif body of John age was foundin a woods near Upper Providence v under conditions which point strongly Alarge hole had InMhe lower portion ot his faceby a charge of i Suspects in Woods by Wiu Notify Ollicers ECZEMA A Home 53 Mercer Street The Gillespie property now owned Newell is offered sale at a rThe property sold for above amount last year and is worth This is an excellent opportunity to get a fine home andialUmoderntconveniencesand Make us anlOffer Joe Veltre andBruno elVbonerthe twocorivictiBd murderers who escaped from jail here the leandrasur Jeffe rsoni cou n ty slxteehyearfold hoys wht live near Eleanora wllideinandithereward of offered for the ii return sof the The were when they sawrtwo foreiguerawandering In the the pictures I of the escaped they recog nized them and notified Chief of Po lice Clayton of with aidetall of the state con went to Eleanbra and made the Neither man offered re Sheriff Wettllng and Chief of Police Kellar Harris of this place left for Punxsutawney and will return here with the CHAFIN COMPARES RIVAL CANDIDATES Bryan Executive Tall Lacks Ideas v Bostonj Chafln of Illinois and Aaron Watklns of Prohibition candidates for presi dent and vice president addressed uev eral wellattendedmeetings ln this Chafln spoke in Lynn and while remained in The most important of the meetings was held on Boston where sa big audierieeBpplaudedthe There Is no Republican party at the present clared Chnnnr It Is a Bryatfrand Roosevelt The loser in this un strenuous cammlguwlll be and Bryan ls elegant Bentleman and a man of great but be slacks executive Taft on the other hand possesses executive but he absolutely has no 20i1Claude McKen lejwho memberoof the Case foothaltteam was one ot thegreatest fullbacks ever developed1 in met at the Central elbow live wire volts shot through hIB Johnstown While heavyshowers fallen In various countyduring the last two the drouth has not ty any means been brokenin The light fell here sufflced only to lay thVdust for a few BLUSH IF It Sign of clares a Sir ArtlmrXllteliGlH of Ed wlio knows much that Is strange1 aiJout liiughter Mid oilier tiotamoripkxW Irtliimn eliurnrtcr hits mlvimeod the consoling the that bluslftitgJs an aoliluvcincnt dfs which one who can blush be M lie says It brains to Idiots cannot blush neither can ani Sir Arthur calls attention to the factHint tlliy Infants dt not although they loam to at an early age oftfthe brain1 gins i In be the always must be It Is always atui a bodily expression of a mental It Is a natural thing for a blusher say that he had not to No Individual blushes of bis own fneP Tho blush arises wlthoutcnll In stantaneonsly and vanished1 almost fts forIts Its going IB there any exerclwofi volli ft Is controlled Sin solely by thtfbnrln and sign that an active bralui York High A good BoisslcrHenan anecdote tis told by a French One day Bols sler arrived at Renang home with1 a beaming Ill tell you a piece nf news that will humiliate My autograph fetched fit hlgtt er price than youraV That does not surprise Renauisald gerenelyf And where did you hear this It them turriodiout that atan auction aiduy or two bef ore irlleuan autograph had Ueeu sold and a BoUsleV for went tell you the There were three faults In spelling of your which Is flow lying here on my writing A friend mine was at the auction and uinde a higher bid for the1 letter after noticing the artificial gcttis that adoruW your prose brought It to tilt in order that Iv might return u wKlchtuilRhfgob a bera of the HEAHS1EI TWO CERTIFICATES OF Dl Aggregating vi Are to O Its Defcp Interett IK pblntmenti In tho Stone New ftft meeting letfirapurporting tS by John krd to Wttlii otieonayj dated Wew York are as Albert was shot ini killed byvhisi slxteenyeaeold hunting the trotheratoij a one of without saying slipped a cartridge lntothe which was the only To My will Jept in behalt of I am great V Itls all to thewipren Vice deceased Pa Oct To pro Later VjwKen Raymond playfullXf InUi hiaitbyihasdiretited the Boroughs of Sharon and South Sharon prepare for the establishment of sewage dlsposaamnd totstop draining raw sewage Into theShenango face downward and almost la of age Camp Hear was found in Robinsons near McGuire was apparent ly a victimof who killed him and threw his body Into the The state water supply commission in its annual report urges that the control of all works designed to prevent or diminish floods be placed under a state commis sion and urges that extensive reforest ation projects be undertaken for the purpose of conserving the water sup ply of the East Ella made attempts to take her life and the third attempt proved She drank carbolic acid because of a love but her life was Se went out In a yacht in the Ohio river with some friends and when near Walkers sta tion leaped Juto the water and was drowned JBethlehenii The back bone of the which has virtu ally continued In this since was broken by copious show which fallen almost contin uously for tweiityfour While the drledup wells have not been af fected as the water famine haa been for cisterns and reservoirs have been Canal Nearly peraons the reception of Cy Young the Tusca rawas county at this A feature was a ball which wan won by Youngsteam 4 to It was the first time many Tuscarawas county people had ever seen Oy In and when came to bat the first time he was greeted by enthusiastic applause last Ing several The proceeds of the game were donated to the Union hospital i Electlife Day In tlon is being hold throughoufcthe minion ofiCanada par eleventto Blncw the confedt provinces Brltlshi tiff North America in th by SirW1MrelLaur holds control of the Canadian gov as It has done for the last and nothing has devel oped idurlngi flvej weekscampaign just closed to Indicate to the ot intenw observer that a change Is American Thieves In French 26 train believed to be AnierU who were known under the names of Bertha and have been sent to prison for thirteen months for robbing passengers bound express dispatch to the Dally Mall from Belgrade says that tho Servian government has called all the j firstreservesand hauOrdered 300 and 400 military Theodore Hook theGar rick clubs mostfamous tMy Dear 6eneral attheclub Iftte thonrrtegraphle clally desirable as a mlt me to say that if It slstent for you to appoint JudgQ J on death of faction to I am sure I I am sure I occupyjyo any Mi Hendersons M legal Witli hi I am very truly John To Attorney Oeneml September My your stawirJiof it giYjie pleasure you herewith lei of Introduction from William HA McKay We hope tlm be of service March Will quested N f generally arrived aMheclub the homa till He had been told the he to avoid the nlglit A memberof the club in Hooks time predlctedithe advent of the mil lennium at the end of three cried Give me a note and I will repay you at the Ohio WEATHER Fair Monday and day and Tuesday freth I beg to inclope you a cerUScate of inopltUftvyour ailment ot our Dear with tho request la today I now beg to Inclose yoU cate of deposit to your favorfto kind acknowledgnjeut of will 1 My Pear of a measure I am not whether In the bouse or an to amendan stated For I us potent would Weet Monday and LAIRD OPERA HOUSE a TheEvent of the Season An Unusually Strong Dramatization of Geo Barr McCutcheons Great Book A LOVE PEHINP A THRONE ByIhc Author   

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