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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1901, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Well Informed Persons AHE THOSE WB9 HEAD NEWS FOR TT KEEPS THEM POSTED ON ALL I T TU A NSPI It KS K1IOXI DAT TO x mis BUST Hiost WHO AHE NOT HEADEttS ur IT SHOULD MAKE A NOTE OF A ro BtlSV IN THIS AND Of Bfift SB TtlmT KBEF T HEFORE THE I LL DO THIS SO ADVERTISEMENT INT rAlLT AND CONSTANT ERS HAVE NO DULL SATURDAY MARCH Business Transacted Before Judge Ehrgood BUI TO RESTRAIN THE CITY from Entering into Contract Wltn PielHer lor Laying Water Pipes Goon Donahue the Complainants in Support or Their Claim Heard Adjourned to Testimony in support of the applica tion of of ilio sevontli for n poipetuiU injunction re Mayor Gurhant imd George of Cnmden exe the for llm ionsunimu tlon of the proposed wucr pipe lino between 1oplar run and JJed bridge was today heard by Judce Ehr fiood in the local equity The hearing liegun it joeloLk this morning nnr an adjournment nt noon until oclork it was resumed to allow ihe complainant to the presentation of his side of the Atljoui nuurtH then taken to Mon day morning whin the other wU jbe and argument will be made ly proceeding arose over ihe award on March 4 lust ly clly councils the contract to construct the pipe line lo Coon of making the claiming 10 be the lowest The water said the recommen ihstiaii was signed by them at their places of who is cliaiiinan of the printing to having advertised the ap propriation bill as C and not liwause they were the City Engineer Crowel testified to Coon Donahues bid being the low est of on its All the bids nire lie lacking in unt or more said the water commissioners and special water coin mittremen erred in Jhelr distinetioji of Ihe bids in his Tlx city engineer on further cross xruuination he exempted to the I by the commiSsioneis original bids were Coon Huumoti The first two bids revised and the Ins was not con as excluded the appropria The levised Prelffer Wd was and jlmt of Coon Donahue case is attiocting more than or dinary umong the audi during day were seen Mayor City Treasuvcr Hty Select Council jnen Uehstock and Uun Common Councilman and Water Coauuisioners and Ciiy Engineer AVator Clerk ATater Sup erintendent City Clerk dork of Common Cxmnoil lligh Commissioner lilght Frank Seltzer repre sent the application while City Solici tor Capp and oppose it ACJiewKvorthe Seventh made the application for the in us the complainant in the tcstif ring to being taxpayer smd property City Treasurer MurQiiart testified to being the estimated revenue and the approximated expanses of city for the next llson City Beckley presented in original the appropriation bJl was approved by Mayor Ger ainrt on December The ordi nance was offered in Next the subsequent proceedings in advertising receiving and open ing the Wtls submitted and nf ter aw offered In The TfarfflMng OTIS not nnd cominittciuen in making the de ductions tram the Pfeiffer and Coon Donahue It was admitted chat vrtain members of the water hoard and special water cornmission prepared the Pfeiffer recoiuinenda ciou nnd that It ivas signed at differ ent rimes and places by all of the com and a majority of the coin It was also admitted that thi was legally advertised nnd Hint Pfeiffer is a responsible Then Capp announced that in all no testimony will be pre in opposition to the application It was conncris purpose to thoroughly i counsels purpose to thoroughly examine tiio entire question before closing their side of Hie He added that in case it was decided to in any testimony It would be done on Monday afternoon at oclock when orguuient liy counsel will also lie Tinwhole matter finally rosolved it self into rho question of advertising rhe whether or not it was necessary nnd if so was the first adver tisement sufficient There Is no differ ence of opinion as to the ExAssemblyman Ezra o this was appointed guardian of Iljrry of this who iu estate of about coming from his Abraham and Mary Miller pre sented the 1 Wunvn Light wlio with B is counsel for Pat of this morning made a motion aud presented reasons for a uew trial in the action of nssurop sit widen of this secured u verdict against Wm for tlie full value of a 400 promissorj nou with guardian of Sallle E daughter ofthe late exChief o Police Isaac was granted per mission to pay to his word for puiliose of purchasing furniture Ty E done undeitills measure but under an other bill Svliich was declared Illegal Inquiry was then made Into the recommends tion made by the water board and special water com mittee for 1he award of the contract to Coon Donahue as the lowest This the SSk ws never properly before liaring been signed only by the water commissioners and was waudmwn UK could not be Then tin the that vvnrd be mate to At this time the city Charter and digest of ita Inws were offered in the purpose of Rowing the lutv printing committee in vertising and tlic manner of convening iud conductlns committee examination and redlieet was as to Die alleged il Steiner and Wilson Are FIRE AT PHOSPHATE FACTORY Excelsior Literary Societys Exercises Friday Afternoon Examinations ot Jacksons Schools This WeekSon or Tice Died In Delaware Hos pltalBase Ball season Will Open March Mayberry Weiser died suddenly at her home on Car inner from hitirt She been suffering from dropsy for some but nothing serious had been Her husband and these children Charles of IteaJing Mary if Philadelphia Charles Roesch jiid residiug at home Francis and Augustus of are Deceased was a member the United Evangelical Funeral from her home nt oclock Sunday Servicos in the church by Amu wife of Charles wliose death Friday was brief ly miteil in the News of that dxd after a brief from n com iillcation of aged 31 Deceased was the oldest daughter of and John both of Her two children and the following sisters also survive Edith and Ella Deceased was twice her first Charles having died eer Mays Kurtz accompanied him and fried the Weiuiir the 12year old sou of John of South Railroad died ilM hospital feeble at Owing to the the remains could uot le hruught and were Interred at El Tice this week visited him at Sinayer attended the fu mral of Charles the bank cash ier who was murdered tit Dauphin aud John Donges attended the fu ral of at Patts Bowman visited Terra Hill and in Hie in erest of Albright Printed and Store 1 Away in Government B about five vears She was mar ried to Wilson less than a yeat She was a member of Frleden Lutfceran church and had many Funeral from the home of ANDREW Ou Thursday Marcli Au Jrew a highly respected died of apoplexy at the home ofSam uel at Bunker aged 72 Ht was a shoemaker by Will Go to Roliert Miller and trlf evpect to begin housekeeping in hi own on Scull nea about April At present and Home I North Purchased a Fine Team proprietor of the Bon on Friday evening purchased from the Jones proprietors of the Eagw their handsome consisting of the sorrel honse Jeff and a two seated Consideration was Albright wants Charter Application dias been mafle Air Sw brought out that council it did not receive the 1eaulred threefourths vote and Ins amendment of The cipal change is the increasing of the number of trustees from 11 to Grumbine presenterl the Crandtainers Clock Comes High Fifty dollars were paid by Pliftip Fiilmer for grandfathers clock on TliHisday at the sale of the persomilty rf the late LYmit1 at Frank Fulmcr was the administrator Miller fue Camp All members of Camp are requested to nicst at the tell Slareh at to attend the funeral of Sister Agnes Hy order of the Went to the Mountains This morning of this cilv and u party of Reading leftover the Lebanon Tremont rail road for Murray they day at their Will Return to Old SI lies an Americaii iron and steel manufacturing company steno grapher nnd has resigned and will return to his former position at Sheridan hotparents on Tuesday afternoon at Sinvices at the house by Interment at Hope Undertaker Jrfhn Groh will in Elizabeth widow of fJeorge one of the oldest resi dents of this died nt the home of her Cyrus aged 90 Deceased had been suffer ing for some time from ailments iu ciJent to her advanced Shewas a member of Friedens Lutheran At Friday evening fire was dis covered ot the phosphate south of operated by Robert Friend and the structure was soon a mass of A fire alarm was sounded and boUi fire companies pre pared to go to the but soon saw that they could not save the factory and the apparatus was not takeu The loss will be as tile entire together with much valuable was con The origin of the fire is un Albright college will open the base ball season svith a game with the In dians at on April The Excelsior literary society of the Railroad street intermediate ubMfTed Fit dav afterboon Say following this business for many years Hewas also supervisor ofSwatam lownsulp for 13 was i faithful aud consistent member of the church and always took a Jeep interest in church Hafwos i Republican nud in his days frequently was a dele gate to thecounty uife died fliree years ago nnd uot hav ng any children he then made lib home with vrtieru be He is survived by oue brother nud three as follows Amos of the soldiers Virginia Lydta Third and Cumber land streets Annie Eighth and Church and Vinos who resides with hei Thomas North New cnamcersburg Dally Runk of the tave commenced the af the Daily Public iith formerly of as uews It is loruing Brohe His LeM Leg Frank residing on Wulnu on Friday in a fall had his hr broken and the fracture was uced by He wil compelled toremain in doors fo sentlmeital roll call Miss Jiabel Yost vocal Misses Elsie Hartman and Alma Horst reci Raymond Stoever Love at Home Miss Elsie Hartpian vocal Alnia HorstElsle Hartmau and Lulu Royer sekct Fiuuk Dierwechter Polly Beckley The Old Folks at Harry Bnslprwho visited the school and is Select 3omiclhuan w the special water con meeting at which the Pfeiffer rocom mondation was apreod tipou Umd lie signed tho Lebanon Horses lor Baltimore W Harry of to rlay shipped from the Tenn hotel saios stobles fifty head of Lebanon comity horsew for tbe Sweet package 7 for MADEUS DltLU party was given Mrs Isaac of Cherry and a nunilHr of her frieuds gathered atthe many nececssaries of A young son of 1 mi lips is suffering intensely from of the bones in one of bis Rev ot Lufheran will on Sunday ex change pulpits with of Trinity Lutheran Lebanon The annual test examinations in the public schools of Jackson town ship were held this Every teacher was furnished with the ques tions for the different grades by Conn ty Superintendent JoTin Snoke They were in a sealed whia was opeued by a committeeof prior to the Heurv William Selt Miss Mary Manderbach at tended the funeral of Lydia Cor at A slight occurred iu the wate pilie on Itailroad street and tli water company had it repaired before any serious Inconvenience was felt Henry Peiffer disposed of i carton of horses at Mahauoy Auction HOUSECLEANFG SALE ice made of the fresh WILL GO TO if Books and Public Documents Packed Away In Rooms and Occasionally They Are Cleaned Up and Carted AwayCommittee AP pointed to investigate the Stock i Special to the March Once somebody in this jity gets work d up over the immensefetacks 06 pub ic documents that havi been printed nd put to the credit of members ot and left tq Ahen one of the periods1 of excitement newspaper articles galore are ent over the country describing reat value of tliese overlooked lans for drstribntirig them to librtir tS and other institutions tire ind the general impression conveyed hat n tremendous demand for fflitin has set litle he wliole thing dies he and they are left to hibern ite until the next The last time were lls was during JlfeTfecent session when o special mder chairmanship of lleprtsentn ive of investigated They reported that for many documents and books tud iex nitted to accumulate in the house ring of the The the of the old house the the subbasement and the were Finally t wits decided were Several Members of Alma Chester company Alma Chester which was compelled to cancel its engage in Fisher academy an account of illness of several will leave Monday morning for where they will open a weeks engage ment In the Fulton opern Irving a leading membej the company and a fine bus been confined to his room at the Aal ley house with Is much improved and expects to go out for the first time tomorrow He will go with the companyjto another member who was called to New Tork several duys ago on account of the death of hisi arrived here on an afternoon train and joined the company at the Valley The company again has its full quota of players nnd Lancaster with good taking up too much and they Will Rebuild Some Stadles at As the result of its inspection mad n Friday afternoon the committee o he Lebanon Valley fair association de ided to fit once rebuild some of th tables destroyed by fire on last Tlie rest will b uilt before the next fair Accepts a New Charles clerk In Moy rs cigar Cumberland tc toy resinned his position nnd will b by Harry of Hi svUo will begin on ieesey will enter the laboiutory at th Lackawanna ifon an steel to take up FIRST SACRED j seveiitn street Lutheran Ghurcn Monday March 25 The first sacred concert by the Snn Jay school orchestra of the Seventh stivet Lutheran church be given in thi church Monday evening When the following program will be rendered Seventh Lutheran Sunday school PART Quonium from Mozarts Mass in Vocal Sextet of female Inlermeszzo from Cavaileria Lizzie liii Pilgrim of Piano Rossini Eimiy Selection from Lucia Di Imperial PART Saxophone should be disposed of in some It was suggested they be ind the suggestion was favorably re Before such action was it was thought better that n commiitee should look them as there might be rare nnd valuable volumes in the The capitol is notoriously inadequate the needs of but witUil it is a vnar There are oE rooms dark and devi ous passageways where the light of day never nnd where fresh air is In these musty places were bound thousands of books long out of general but of possible in Divested of unnecessary cloth the members of the coinmitlee descended intofhe subsubbasement she catacombs of the as they ure with little light and foul aud delved among the alleged literary treasures which had been storedthere during the They foimd the volumes begrimed In many eaten away by rodents or no reason to keep to employ assistnnce was Michael living on Fifrh nenr was this after noon buried without services at Marys Catholic cemeteryDeath oc curred this Thomp son was the INFANT At Mt Lebanon cemeterythis aftgr rioon was burled the infariP cEiuvof and Harvey residing on Ninth near Gull There were no McGovern was the request Sanctus from Gounods StCecilia Mass Orchestra Violin Swiss Air and Gentle tella Farmer Miss Lizzie Vocal Eternal Piccolorninl Herbert Processional Starch Scull Imperial The Heavens are from the Hayiln There Authority given flic committee by the and the books bnve been arranged in seta placed in order nnd many of them have been them us the congressional library con iug the first IS files of the tains two copies of each and the commlttee does not think the capitol be made a storehouse for the Yet they were declared too valuable to be and the com mittee proposed to distribute them unions Hie members of the existing There some plums which it was thought would be much sought among them 50 complete sets of the anuals of cover ing the first IS files of the National Intelligencer and other papers from tlm First copies of the Globe and Xiles register and copies of many interesting government publications nnd other vulunble Sucli was the report of the commit tee congress 1ms ad journed and the books remain stacked in rotunda of the old hall of the house together with many sets of the Congressional All these will liwe to be removed temporally during renovation and fiteproofing of the of the authorized con last and It is doubtful if will ever find their way tack They will fall the Iinnds of th nginen nnd their place will know them no But there will soon be n fresh accumulation for some future congressman to discover und EMERSOX This morning af the funeral of Emerson the unfortunate youug man whose death occurred as the result Of m accident several days was held the 1310 Church where services wore conducted by a cit Many friends and fellow workmen attended the funeral and Mid their last respects to deceased The remains reposed in a pretty black clolhcinvreil After the ser vice at the house the body was taken to the station and at wn shipped to Hegius Schuylkil where interment was made Undertaker McGovern was it charge of the funeral and accompanie the remains to their last resting place The pallbearers were four workmen of Lights rolling where de ceased had been Only th familv a few frieuds accompanied the remains to Scihuylkill Th surviving members of the whi for some time resided on Church street will make their future residence in Hegins THOMAS Friday afternoon the funernl of Hie who died in tlie Hood Samaritan hospital the other day from the effects of having been struck by a passenger near several days was held at tlie undertaking rooms SIcGov North Ninth Services were conducted Marys Catholic where interment was by McGovern was in charge of rlie CLARENCE The funeral of the five year old son of and George of East was this morning held from the lionse without The body was taken to Sliff where servi ces were held and Interment Fiuntz was Hie INFANT Theinfant child of ami A SPLENDID Excellent program Rendered In Sons ot America Hall Friday evening a graud miisicale viis stiven in Sons of America un ler the auspices of the Young Ladies loiue and foreign missionary of 7Aon Lutheran an excel ent program consisting of vocal aud selections jy some of our most prominent musi cians and a few from out of the tiuoug whom were musicians from Sly and Schuylkill Hav A appreciative audience was to enjoy theflue selections all t were liberally The program as publish ed in Thursdays Nows was carried out except in the secoud part Sliss Alta who had been down for a was unable to sing on ac countof illness which occurred during She able to take in the vocal duet with of Schuylkill The ro eeiiits of the mnsicale netted a neat sum thatwill be used for missionary work in the That is What Bishop jJoyce Says Officials Do H Will Occur This Evening at tne Ninth and Scull Streets Major William Turk will this even ing conduct the annual spring inspec tion of Fourth at the Ninth ami Scull The inspection will begin at S oclock nnd will be witnessed by a large number of invited reto tives and friends of the grardsmen nnd Oobin and the bn and regimental Copt Caso has thoroughly drilled the command nnd a high rating Is looked for Inasmuch as the men have shown marked efficiency In their lu honor of the event the armory has been elaborately decorated in and bunting with pictures of poptfnr com manders occupying prominent posi Throughout the evening instru mental music will be furnished and following the inspection refreshments will be Was cbnfsr PULPIT Matters mat Will Interest Preacher and Ghurcn Pauls TTnited mons at on Night nnd and at 7 on Divine Slarks sub Steadfast Calvin Seventh ia the spe cial wish of the that all the membership be pres eut at the morning and evening ser vices aud he hopes not a single young member of his flock Expects also to see of his catechetical class both rnorrP Iny and All the members will bring their annual free will offer ing for local improvements in an en velope with street and name Avon observed as Rally There will be recep tion of members at the close ofi the morning preaching nt Rev First at on Lectloncn von ence Parsonages Erected and Chutcttimprovements Goodnit Says Class Meetings Are DecliningElection ot Elders While conducting tlio inquiry into the qualifications of candidnUs fit Kr days session of ls t Joyce asked of all who have had pas stations whether the member of their official boardstook church One of the candidates Cant you getn new oWehil lioardi queried tfie There enough men now was the jSf If you cant new you like to get a new place returner Bishop official member ongiit to take a church paper and have family be To a pastor who requested tliu oiMi iiatiou of a young man as local tft bishop put tlie Will yov let him run yon remarking that was often the case where the pastoi was given a young The following have completed tlv ClnferenceHonrse of study S Cornwell and who had previously ordained el ders Walter Harry John George W Wl Dnvi tnd who were elected el and will be Those who wereelected tfr he ordain local deacons are Witmer Edwin Redding Howard electeilHOfbe el Wilmef Decker tnd R Tihe men advanced to studies of tlu yenr are Sam i Ji EF Flunk Mack Bertram Jeorge Ti was be ud continued iii studies of tle thn IdeiolTthe West Philadelphia district During the yea rembveil Henry Beals John and William P iParsonages were erected at Lyken he gift Of Heilner of Lan caster in Hppewell and Hibernl and Church im irbvements have betm made atFor ietli Fletcher Snra Cooper Min Lyk and Wester A new entire s needed f OK PMladei sous from ABsenee English preacuing at 7 on Christian ITnity All Wants Husband Declared Dead Mrs Emma wifeTof Amos who January 1S93left his home In East Hanover and has not been seen or heard fom since has begun proceedings in the local court to her husband de clared legally In Tier petition for ettera she sets out that he is entitled to from the estate of liis late Elias Books and that she ind their Amos aged 7 are his legal The attorney in the case is former Dis trict Attorney Admission 5 cente Strawberry ice made of the fresh at Rogers Sweet Peas FOR 60 NAMED LESS THAN USUAL THIS WEEK AT I BERTHOLD I Frescoing Opera E S S Pictures In Oil or Vater Decorattvr Painting H in all its 6th JO 75c Seed lold by or Bogers Drug EIGHTH on NOAH 40 South Eighth Carperweaving at 435 Walnut St Cash Award To any person who can show that aught but pure GRAKCLATED SUGAR In lug the POPULAR PRINKS that are roanufac tured by More than 60 per cent of the Pop Factories use 40 cents worth of which takes the place of 100 of grafau laetd But we shall continue to use pure and thereby give the consumers of Gish i Sans goods a pure and unadulterated GISH Peoples Palmyra Bottling Bicycles We quote complete to TIRES to please and best for to per represented by us for 2 the A quantity of different makes always on You Repairin we want we are noted handsome workmanship on stripingand ornamenting of various col Being manufacturers of Bicycles we can give you and assemble in height of to your satis Your trade solicited CUMBERLAND BETWEEN FIRST AND wonder Lfdy Student Brought Here Slirs Charlotte who is at tending the Sloravian In was brought to this city on accompanied by her Sle was seized wiBi illness several daysago while attending and is now receiving treatment under at the residence of Good win Hathaway Diphtheria Case the fiveyear old daughter of and Slathias resid ing at Sixteenth nnd Lehman Ls xobiured to the1house with diphthar The case was reported to the officer the attending Shooting at Blue Rock Blue rock targets are being used this afternoon by theAAest End and non Aolley rod and gun chilis in shoots on their respective Lights Horses at Wm Penn Stables Harry Light has returned here from the west with a car load of Wis consin and Iowa which lie will on Monday afternoon at the Penn hotel sales Among the which arrived at the stables fancy farm family and business George Lockiey Is Not The1 announcement made Xows on Fridny that George Eoclc tlie colored bootblack at RothVr billiard was married to Miss Ella or at is incorrect The information was given the re porter by Harry the brother of who explains that hedid it Col Gherst to move to Lieut treasurer of the Btrks county trust ixftt week wiHi his family will take up his residence at Hs son who is reading law Gobin enter the offices of Stevens Stevens to continue Miss who is a city public school will re main here until tue close of the Funeral Night Catty 109 WANTED gentlemen TV Apply at MAPLE 328 3S for on Good hanrain Apolyat THIS 32JStd2tsvr and typewriter for general office Statesalary and ex Address Vv Z tne position as first hand ana cake JOHS Bojr to sell PreUeb and lean the 31 North Seventh An experienced servant gal til a family of Good wages and ome Apply ages and 33S CUMBERLAND to leurn Apnly at lM95t IVi LEHMAN or gentleman No Apply at 319lw MONEY WANTEDInsumsot and Interest ft per payable Ample real For partlcularaj call on or address 516 North NtnthJt for housework at 31915 MAJISIOS MANAGER Energetic man manage branch olii established No soliciting office dufes wholly salary supper month extra com missions yearly engagement rapid advance ment experience not Muatfurnteh and DHAWEB 7L WANTED IMN3S Iggyto sell Pasture Balarj 315 per week ten per cent on all Farmer prf Pre vious experience not PASTURE STOCK FOOD is iho greatest discovery madeim practical ana scientific feeding and sold on an absolute teadyr permanent trade easily sample sufficient for wteks Send a cents In stamps or stlrer tocover express PASTURE STOCK FOOD 324 Times FOR Apply at s232t 12 a EIGHTH sr famished rooms for loirfmr E Aophrnt 30lw pOR 539 Cumberland rtreefc s9 tr 130 SOUTH SIXTH JTtaeestory brick dwelling a North Tenth per Fossessloa Apply to 2tltf 17 North Ninth T7OR Desirable wltfeall moderat r 15 East Cumberland ven at A to OR dwelling ceatolfo all RentL S15 per Possession can be frtven April 15 and May Address letter tov HOUSEL TOR desirable office and TesidencB JJ formerly occupied by and now occupied by den North Ninth North Ninth north will glTeh on April For and Informatloa Inqnlre of Ts22 suitable1 for on r second floor of Meily buildiW Cnmb nganlzed a and Snndayschbol t Ceiuoehl has presented npou it fohoped a will be this yews The district has 101 Sunday a membership of nearly of over n charge of about ami T7OR 13 room 501 Ctan JP becland alt tha City Possession can be ea Apply to JOHN 322U 501 Cumberland St SOCIETY 1 ENTERTAINED CLASS OF Sliss Ruth 08 17 Cumber land entertained the members of the cliss of Lebanon high of which she is a member on Vriday evening at her There was a business uieeling utter which jamse were played uud songs sung molher of the sang several Honker to Teach at who recently re signed as principal of Garfleld school has accepted a position ns teacher ot the Annville normal Strawberry ice made of the fresh at Dr Walter will he John Walter arid William Ar both of this who are chair man and secretary respectively of the Democratic county will be it te without oppo sition on April when uow committee is A year ago there was a bitter partic ularly for HENRY Depaty State Superintendent of Public In says I do not hesitate In recommending MEAKS LAGRIPKE PILLS for Coughs and I hire them to be an excellent I guarantee my Pills to posittiel cure Headache in all its different and ally the splitting immiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumimiimiimmimiiimic IAT IOUR 3 Cash Stores ii CANNED GOODS 1 BEST NEW I T 1 1 Extra Fine i 57c per I FULL ROLLER 23c I lOti 9th 42 8th S F 79 C 47 F T i niiuiuiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiuimuiiiinminuiimiuimii F YOU ARE PARTICU LAR WHEN PUR CHASING CANNED IN RE GARD TO THEIR CALL IN AND SEE OUR ARRAY WHICH WE GUARAN TEE TO BE ABSOLUTE LY FRESH IN EVERY OUR LINE IS AL MOST ANYTHING YOU produced by a cougbsand for Seeds that Thats tlie kind we always thats the kind we sell The knowing ones know Our announcement is for the few who may posei bly not ho aware of the We hare received half a rarioad of ani THREE HUNDRED varieties of VEGETABLE SEfcDS znd nearly 200 varieties of FLOWER Pt 112 NOETH NniTB Both phones Prompt delivery We leel safe In sayig onr llth Annua is one of the most extraordinary and complete displays ever witnessed in this section Ther are now on exhibition in our five laige Come see them foryoursell and verify our 7 packs for DRUGGIST AND Seventh and Cumberland 36 North Nlnlh will move to 608 Cumberland on or about April Liveryman Light secures Ira owner of the Lebanon livery has secur ed from Harrison a city freight transfer line a pair of tiotting A psiir of strong draft horses anil a cash consideration figured in thn 1 Pay Day at American This was pay day at tho local Amer ican iron and steel manufacturing company the employees receiv ing in caJh their Trustee ror Ira F Gebrse has been named as trustee of Ira of who is now in the bankruptcy Thts caapters cf the Epworth with u member ship of ana 32 Junior Epwortli enrollment of Lhere are 15 Endeavor so with membership and with a But few churches ore kindof young peoples Small reports have been to the serious and in creasing detriment of thegeneral Revivals have resulted the conversion of about Presiding McDowell nnd Lynch also made encouraging re GM pastor of Chest nut Hill church reported a gift ot from EnUly in memory ot ner deceased to be usedin equal partsfor mission work in Chintt and The bishop and secrfttary were requested convey thauttarSf the conference to seocetnry oflce Twentieth Century offeilnga was and iaiilfhnt more than had been reort ed to the Central of whch had been raised to pjiy church On the latter item PWIodelfihl conference led ajl the The LuymeaVfissoelatlorv nftnrcli Class declining too A secret FOR Front Porch every modern improvement of the highest 1 EIMER Peoplefs FOR E OR SAixE Several One lota la Hathaway SKaslmaQ F tar and Apply at saat 520 STRUCK FOR brick SM Apply on 2VS6t T7IO r IK SHARKS PBKFKRKBt for terms apply to S203t 3 V Una used but one In cheap illllllllllllllllllllllllMllllIli Have you tried our new 0 Sea Foam Flour not you should SIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIH STRICKLERS The largest stock of Spectacles and EeGlasse in in old Prompt All diseases of the Nose ami Throat Examination 704 CurnierUnd Twiners famous Boel Beer will be on tap at the Lafayette hotel today and this AUCTION AUCTION Saturday Marcli at T Soda ble large Ice Cream Ie8 Cream Glasg Show Ice Window These goods will positively be Hottensteins 12 Ninth Bogle Hotel You need a pair of Spring If you want style nnd perfect fit see LIGHT meeting an the church 1 to select by ballot eight preach amomj whom shoWftjbe requested to select four preisfdlnWeti The bishop not but said he wonld eJceicSejihe episcopal prerogative of followlngylils own judgment after hecrlBg On ballot McDowell and Gray re ceived votes enocgh for A second and but no choice wnsmndeifor the other two presiding 3 ALE of wire X Hewing machine EOR Apply to Tha coal Terms reasonaWa OK Tineestory brict RaALBrAgoodtrame and good sized frame t tt atar IQR SALESOUK msa two i adjolnlufftbe it utreeftb formerly bslonglny to Carroll Applyat prerolaeato TOa brick ttoofeand Strawberry COEEv j 122tt Position at joilet John for the pasct Hve Easter Sj Ferns anil Cut Call and The Greenhouses are lighted by Chestnat and Fo irta BOTH years TVOS foreman of the drawing rooms of the centrul office of the Ameri can iron nnd steel mumifactnringcom panyr left thfe morning for where he has secured simlar position with the Illinois steel Dur inghis in this city he made many trienda who regret to see him Ten Pale Faces 2Tn Bed on Friday evenlojc ot Its wigwam a36pt d ten Cut Flowers and Pot Plants are cheapest bought at oar I can sell 15 and 20 pet cheaper than you can buy in the Lehman Sbind Fifti Choice Boildtne tots Sontfc Stztlb City of and adjoinine EAST MItTOH filth and Walaat JOHN of Allweln on Apnt re move to the andt Willow flretciass boarding houas for boarders and 23Bt TOma 1 to be secured flrrt mortgagev Noootb ere need AtDKRMAK tI 7 NOnCBTbe Board of Keibloa willi meet In the OtyHaU to JMarappeals as fol lows MarentSS 4th wards MaretiSS IS TJCBUC SALE of of new r Remoehl Lumber   

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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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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 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 130 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 130 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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