Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Lebanon Daily News: Monday, May 11, 1903 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - May 11, 1903, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                le the fjoputar and looa 1n vicinity and for that reason of great value an advertising medium for aU classes of it reaches 4he homes of the purchasing public and is read fcy every member of the A paying Investment te an advertisement In MOND4fr MAT 111 1903 l t 5 Fully reputation paar of region by giving tha time and before it regular and not needed when you read it tn MAY SPECIALS Haak THIS WON FAME AT 21 dozen Bleached Sheets with S SUQ linen finish a 100 Blracrwl Pillow oinch in three 4rx3r and worth 19c ach sprdal IOO 1VaUicr size 31hs io worth special e7c JO pieres Gorman Table tio sola lor loss Ibun iiOc a special i 3jir a This is a the thing Albright College Feminine Gives Concert Scnuylkill The Lamps1 of ol on tfiUunlay evening l rendoml H coiicirf in the j at Iine The audience was large and the concert was highly Tlie quartet passed re tnrnhifr to Myrrstown this The singers nre Misses Marguerite Leah lleba anil Canle They linvc piired an enviable reputation and their appearance is al ways the occasion of larfre Miss Tiilio iHuhter accompanied tin party and rendered several eloiution nry Selections which also reroivod mer ited George also an Albright escorted part3to The Red Given for the White in lor irtljng Ijouscs and ONE raso Me ill linrn spe cial li is nc a VVJnre Riill offering Oil Window Shades ii A new con sign leceivec fiis 2 MC all choice m n dozen faucy Hauclkorchifs for Cushion the laiest s life SO cJoxpij Lulirs nibbed tial 5c ic a DRESS 10 to 20 yard 5c a c0 dozen Turkish 3c Luce Curtain worth 35c a special a HAAK EAGLES GO TO Delegates to Aux iliary KepresentativoK of the lja castles of Knighls of Gokfrn KiiKle ami tlio auxiliary temple of the left this morning fur to participate in the annual stale convention of the Among those who left were wnnii guardsman of tin state orjranizalion John Amos Mary John Sallie Shay and Sa rah The ladies will attend the convention of the temple of the Organ Dedicated With Impressive Given by Wis Who Now Give Largely to Instrument of Attrac tive Ser mon by dresses by Dippell and sic of High HE HIS Out of Almshouse Only to Land in Police The police had the pleasure of enter taining an old offender in the station on Sunday He was only re cently discharged from the almshouse Iosjmal and celebrated the event by troinjr on a glorious He was ar rested mi Sunday evening and ar raingcr for the payment of a lino COIDEN EflClESS FESTIVfll MONEY RAISED TO AID IN BUILD ING NEW muscuHrsusnsr DECLARES IN FAVOR OF MUNICI PAL r Entertains Horace Adjourns Till assemblage of the memliers of the Womans in the Knights of in the Nutting Imildiug on Saturday afternoon was a brilliant largest during the club find a most interesting close of the club The entortaiumont com much credit for the excellent inaiwginiont of tho An important business session occu pied the Iirst Miss Ida Bat dorr was elected secretary and rharles Henry and Luchn Weimer and Elizabeth LordCouch were poimccl delegates to the Federa tion of Womens which will be hold Carlisle October with 1L Molly and Hay as An important was made in article sixth of the Strawberries and Ice Cream Draw Large Crowd to Sons of Ameri ca in Garfiekl Knights oflhe Golden added a representing the proceeds of a strawberry and ice cream festival on Saturday evening in Sons of America to the fund for the erection of a hall in this The festi val was the Mecca of hundreds of friends of the order and the patronage was The crowd was enlivened by tho Haymakers baud which headed a parade of tho commandcry through the principal streets prior to the open ing of the Credit for the success of the venture belongs to the committees in Anker was chairman of the gen eral committee composed of John John Henry Henry Achley and John Anker was head of the ladies as follows Mary Bertha A Miss Sallie Achey and Miss Amelia ON TO Best Wishes Go With Lebanons Clean Cut Base The Lebanon club left this morning on the flyer for Williamsport on their iirst trip The in civilian colhes puts up an appearance con siderably the average base ball aggregation and they are sure to cut figure wherever hey A party or admirers was at the station tosec them off and hid them good The large new pipe organ of the Tul pohockoii Reformed near was dedicated with impressive services in charge of the Tho ousts of which contributed by the descendonts of Caspar and as long as the organ is phi there will be the AVistaidescehdents a white ivse annually on During the 18th century Casper Wis tar gave the congregation a tract of land for a for the annual pay ment of a red rose as rent The whito lose will be given them annually in addition io the red rose This tendering of the blended roses takes place this year ou June The now organ is a handsome iustru It was manufactured by of the 1eading organ A beautiful white carved from holy is inlaid in the front part of the instrument in honor of Caspar who originally made the building of the first church Sundays services were held pftornoon and and attracted vistors Irom all parts of the Lebanon and tho Sdiuylkill At the morning at the sermon was preached by Richard Shied of Lancas followed by dedication cere Tho music was rendered la the choir of the alvin of and Victor of both made happy In the afternoon at L short addresses were The music consisted of duets and rendered by Miss Mary so prano Miss Nora contralto Robert and John and of Several instrumental selections were also rendered by Prof Oldham the conservatory of of Lebanon valley and Harry of In the evening addresses were de livered by Klopp and The Ricbland choir and others rendered a number of TESTED ITS Citizens Company of Palmyra Now Ready for Any The Citizens on Saturday afternoon their 200guIlou chemical fire ivcently purchased from the Baltimore nre The apparatus was found to be in excellent shape und a lire on a vacant commons wax extin guished with celerity and The company is highly with tho purchase and expect i to guard Palmyra property without trouble in the The will be housed with monies later in the GIESZS To Celebrate the Lords Supper Confirmation at Several Gelsz will celebrate Lord s supper fis follows Next Sunday at St Fredericksbur at 10 n ami 7p preparatory as usual on As cension at examination of and at confir mation and preparatory Sunday fol at the Lords sup and at 2 confirmation arid preparatory at ami on Whit Sunday the Lords supper at and at English scr nl 1 iih fo Attack of Acute Heart i t ELI KNOWN HMD BELOVED His Night After Residence in Lebanon for Forty fjsight in South Ann School and with them in Monument park and the surrounding He was for iisauy reals an active member of Trinity this ant attended services Kinl merlins in Xortii Lebanon He was also a man of fine business qualifications and was very successfiil with the various enterprises in which He was also a niembejr 1of Kittatinny Hen6 Order this was tele ga early are tltllG N6r t1meiiasyet fixed for flue notice will be Later Entered Various Business 1 Uniformly Successful Widow and Son Was Fond of Worty Citizen Large Hearted and PREPflRINGJOJftlJl COfll ONE HUNDRED CARS DAILY EX PECTED OVER Changes at Cornwall and Colebrook Brisk Time for Train Only One Road to FIRST SERVICE AT The Cornwall and Lebanon railroad company has started the work of lay ing a new track connection with the Cornwall The extra switch is made necessary by reason of the large quantities of coal which will shortly be needed by the Colebrook furnaces to manufacture and the building of the connection is taken as an indica tion that the operation of the ovens about at A few days will be re quired to complete the The roadway force of the Cornwall and Lebanon company is doing the The coke will be hauled by way of and will be delivered by ihe Cornwall and Lebanon road to the Cornwall at the absorption of the Cornwall road by the Lackawanna that road is the only one leading into the furnace The connections with the road were abandoned some weeks ago and the tracks leading into the premises were recenly also torn up and thrown over the fence at the The one in will re quire about a hundred cars of coal a day and both Cornwall railroads will lie kept on the hustle to keep the fur naces By ihe opinion of the mem bers the proposed sewerage pltm after an able discus sion of the problem it was moved and curried that the club endorse any good plan for the betterment of existing On account of an oarly departure from the two resigna tions were that of Ray and Elizabeth These resignations of two of the clubs interested members were rc icived with groat The Womans of will hold their annual reciprocity day on May beginning at 11 to which all the members of the Lebanon club arc invited and an oarly accept ance is The prominent feature of the aftcr 7iooirs program was the period assign ed to Iloraio founder and bonoraiT president of the who on tho Childrens Aid giving much that was new and inter regarding the character and ex cellent work accomplished by or Prior to the introduction of her she road spicy gleanings fioni Conversational which drow repeated outbursts of laughter After the close of Brocks Samuel declared Ihe clubs season formally The remainder of the time was devoted to social which was heartily enjoyed by all During this period refresh iwents wore served bv Miss Kate Os HOSPITAL Patients Admitted and Patients Dis During the past week eight wcrp and ten Iciying twenty three now treat Of these fourteen me sev en are and two aio The average daily number patients for the month of April was twentyone CHILD Saturday right a IhreeyearoIJ of of the Lebanon hat North Eighth wardered Irom as home and cared for at city hall for a short when its mother arrived and took uira AN IMMENSE SHOWING OF Weve the best selected and we be 1eve one of the largest gatherings of Mattings in the Every roll is fresh and 10th Cumberland WHITE of this has ifn eered his resignation as captain of the Independent gun being unable to properly attend to it on account of his Orders for John Quarry can be left at Maders drug James Opens as Independent Or For the first time since the mission of James Evangelical Lutheran church was organized into an inde pendent congregation a service was held in the near Second and Chestnut on Sunday at A large audience was in at filling every evailable seat in the sanctuary and many from old Salem were also The service was conducted by Theodore one of the pastors of Sa lem who also preached an ex cellent selecting his theme from a portion of Ephesians The discourse was much enjoyed and Schmauk was given the closest atten The congregational singintr was the best ever heard at sev eral special selections were rendered in fine style by the choir of that Tomorrow evening another meeting of the congregation will be WILL TAKE WESTERN Harry Shiffler and Sister Leave Tomorrow for Three Months Harry ShilHer and Elizabeth of this will leave tomorrow morning over the fc road for an extended irip through the wesiTn scites Tiey will first vis it thence to and to They will a short time at the latter which is i former home of and The ladies will then con tinue their trip to and finally reach Avhere they will spend the greater part of three the guests of Hi ram a sister of both anil formerly of Lebanon ODORLESS Equipped with two modern teams ami all the latest Christ Frick is prepared to attend to clean ing cesspools at short Write or telephone lo 527 Canal STYLISH SUMMER WASH FABRICS Fail to see our Summer collection you will miss a sight well worth your 10th Cumberland eye sight is now in Lebanon and is stopping zt 713 Chestnut Can call or drop We carry a full line of the Celebrat ed Corsets and in regu lar and Summer SELTZER STORE Ninth and Willow Samuel well known and highly passed away suddenly but onSunday evening at at his North Eighth aged a little more than The news of his sudden death tVas received with great regret bv relatives ami though lit tles was known of it until de having been ill for only a short Though confined to his residence for a period of about two lie able to be up and It yiias known by those near to him that his health had been failing during thepast but at no time was lite condition considered Oil Sunday he was unusually cheer heartily and was rather taika the improvement over his previous During the afternoonAsaph John and other friends called and had pleasant chats with He ate a hearty supper with his and was to be about down stairs until 0 when he a murmur of feeling being in bed a short time he fell into a dose and at 11 oclock wits seized with sud don He was not able to Horst noticed he had placed sjiis bands towards his and heart 1ailure is believed to have caused Horst summoned neighbors next in sent for the family The doctor arrived shortly af terwards ami upon seeing pronounced life HIS Samuel Horst was born in South Alinville March and was the youngest son of the late Jo seph and Barbara of that who died many years In early life deceased was re markably He had been a resi dent of Lebanon for a period of 48 two years of a half cen moved here from South Anuville township with his parents when a boy of ten His early years were spent in teaching success fully in the public Later he engaged in the general mercantile bus embarking in the lime busi from eight or ten years he up all active business Deceased was married to a daughter of the late Associate Judge Andrew of this who some vears ago served on the local Resides his deceased is survived by one Andrew a gradu ate of who is at present en gagod in literary and newspaper work n Horst is the last f a number of the other brothers ircceding him in death some years The sisters are Barbara of and Kate of South the latter having paid her brother an extended visit during last Horst was a man of good Chris tian with a big and liberal heart and always ready to lend a help ing hand to those in distress or He was of a kind and affectionate dis and had a great fondness for little children and spent much time THREE CYCLISTS Country Jaunt Had Extinguish ed Off Policeman Mellman on Sun day three one wheel und a pair on a riding on the city streets The riders this liiorn ing exjjjErouiicftluit they had just roine trip and that their In consid extenuating circum the tine for the two was made each paying a proportionate share to secure their LIFE WITHIN STONE WALLS DAVID SHAUD HAPPY AND CON TENTED AWAITS HIS Lebanon Defeats Indians By a Score of 8 to Bible Reading and Hymn Baseball With Hogah as Um Revolvers Happy indeed does David the condemned appear in the county and to a News man who he presented a pleasaut smile and a hearty handshake through the of the large He spends his time reading the Bible and the Daily being particu larly interested in the base ball re upon which be is hehas the freedom of the a 4handed1 the prisoners there are in the Joe n brokendown acts as ami In this he is quite Shaud says lie feels has a good appetite but for lack of exer has lacked sound County Physician George is bringing him around all Shaud now wears a which is quite and he is desirous of having his picture taken to present to his He is fond of music and he and the comrades render selection from the Gospel hymnal that would do credit to a quartet He expressed a desire for a which will be pro vided by his she having secured one from a thinks much wife nnd two small children and has written some which he dedicated to When asked what he thought of the delay in the governor not fixing the day for his his reply was that he didnt that it was only a question of time that he did not wish to criticise the whom ho thought to be a conscientious WIND AND SALARIES BUM BAD EM CO RecordBreaking Crowd Witnesses Home Teams Hundred Overflow Stands and Line up Inning Told the Make but Two Hits and Earned a Shut Saved Them Goose and Rothermel Led at Played Riflht Garden up to Blough signalized bis Intro duction as the crack slab artist of the Lebanon club on Saturday afternoon by holding the Catlisle lowu to two safe hits and but for the oose would have shut them out without a The banner crowd of the witnessed the overflowing the stand atd bleachers luto right and left miuc ius Around rules The re suit sent everybody home in a happy frame of Victory came to Lebanon iii the first five runs being Rothermei landed on the first ball pitched for a went to second on Voights stole third and crossed the plate on Bloughs which landed Jeffries on he having been hit Thomas drew a pass to first and with the bases filled Loercher hit a fast one to who threw wildly to Baird to head oft Houcks sacrifice scored Blough nnd twobagger cleared the bases of those ahead of With two out in the third Loereher hit safely and so did the for mer scoring on Bakers second which took Houck around to whence he trotted home on Kelchners Houek began the eighth with a went to third on Kelch ners out and scored on Millers sac The Indians scored in the fourth and ninth Charles was given a base on went to second on Jeff ries excusable aiuff of Bakers drive and both moved up on Nephews scoring on Rothermels fum ble of Nicolas hot Baker hit safely in the ninth after Charles had been took second on a wild pitch and tallied as the result of Roth ermel allowing Judes hot grounder to get away from Lebanon PL 2b 1 3 2 2 0 1 4 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 p 1 2 0 4 2 If 0 04 0 0 2 1 1 0 Ib 2 0 0 0 2 34 0 0 0 0 7B1 1 e From point Another 3ft 10 dozen KLM trasting colorfe ceeded br sales of any V e li tonight and At At At Some very SILKS are continue then are Corded Stripes what you want sells here PILLDWoWSE maker let as specialLfaTOr to they are wortfe 19 pieces of TURKEY REET 54 mefeeas at 12 I2c jari worth Another 50 dozen TOWELS will be and each 75c r Ladies Gingham SOK sold special loc Excellent quality of Attffl in Ha full 33c On sale this evening Ladies aanl specially trimmed this worth at JOHNNYS ON TWE Constable John Fisher this morn ing appeared before Alderman s acting citv committing ma and cliarRpdMilliam Price with being drunk and disorderly and committing a breach of the neaie as well as croating a nuisance on Walnut street on Sunday A warrant was issued under the city ordinance of and a hearing will take place later in the ASYLUM TRUSTEES Horace of Lebanon Lcmherger and nf this took a morning train for where they attended regular monthly meeting of the bonrd of trustees of thestato instme asylum Guilford accompan ied the SPRING SHOES JTHE OLD Dumonfs Minstrels May Academy of AUSPICES OF CYLINDER HEAD Engine No of the Cornwall and Lebanon railroad was disabled on Sat by the blowing out of a cylinder The accident occurred south of The engine will be out of service for several BE COMFORTABLE A complete line of Summer Inder in plain and striped at 25c 10th Cumberland CARRIER OUT u Lebanon 1ntov car Rtolc to be out with hc i a cane alter a Ionat Shoes with some spring in for ladies and abound here high and low shoes in all the popular Is your question HOW How much will they cost me Better say How LITTLE for you can buy a capital Shoe here as low as and Prices Notice to the Public THE LEBANON SANITARYMILK of 406 North 9th will begin business on MAY The plant will be managed by the able Cyrus and Frank We will be in a position to serve the public some of Pennsylvanias CHOICEST DAIRY We solicit your pat ronage and assure you that Pure Milk and Cordial Treatment will be given you OUR WHOLE MILK is well aireated and PASTEURIZED MILK is germ free and is made especially for the sick and A postal or phone call will receive our immediate attention and will bring one of our delivery wagons to your Soliciting a trial we Very Lebanon Sanitary Milk 408 North Ninth PEOPLES What Chicagos Police Report Shows to Local The local police department this morning received from the Clueagode partment a copy of their annual report The report shows that as last years appropriation for the department was insufficient and a larger amount is asked for this There are about policemen and the salaries range from to per 30 The report has been kid napped to prevent a strike of the local Totals Indians ss rf Ib 3b cf c 32 S 11 27 10 G 0 0 K a ft 0 3 1 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 400 1132 100 0 1 1 0 100 0 1 0014 AL PAINE BUYS Secures the Weiler for Allen formerly proprietor of the Lebanon Valley house and other Lebanon hotels at various and who lately was reported to have bought the Central Eighth and Cumberland on Saturday pur chased the Hotel Eighth and Washington for The hotel was built by Monoah Weiler at a cost of and is con sidered a firstclass The hotel was sold at public sale at the Reading Paine recently kept the Hotel Sixth and Court GUESTS OF UNION FIRE Entertain Allentown and Lancaster Visitors on The Union fire company on Sunday had as their guest prietor of the Hotel at Allen The Union boys have arranged for quarters at the Lehigh during the state firemens in Weiser is a prominent fireman of and assured the local com pany of a good Harry of was also a Union guest on JONESTOWNS BALL Bi Globe Shoe 230 North Ninth Bet and AT OUR Cash Stores 7c Can 5c 10c Can Peaches 7C 10c Beans 8c 12c Tomatoes 9c 13c 13c MILLER 243 Tenth 42 Eighth 44f Ninth 26 Rlnth Both SHOES FOR WOMEN S we I lest Footwear There Is no Social Function too sweH for the PATRICIAN For the hotel and clubhouse social for the dance hall and similar eath the PATRICIAN PATENT KID OXFORD is eminently the cor rect Among all similar crea tions t easily bears the REED New Commonwealth Shoe Cumberland The Dizzy Nine Ready to Meet Youth ful The Dizzy base ball of Jones is ready to receive challenges from any club in the not over fifteen years of It has been or ganized wirh the following players and lib c Bow Ib p 3b But ss cf rf Mc If AVe now have the Summer number of the New Idea Fashion Review 011 the New Idea SELTZER STORE Ninth and Willow Total n 3 2 24 15 4 00020000 Earned Twobase Sacrifice Left on G Stolen Double unas Rothermel to Struck G by Bases on 1 off Hit by pitched Wild DIAMOND Three Two hits off Now for Kelchner played his first full Read Allentown and Germantown here this Two games at then Nephew was certain to get anything coming within feet of first Such was the crowd that the sale of tickets to the grand stand was stopped Blough retired ihe side in the striking out all three of Indian Regan used a drop ball principally and at times completely fooled the Blough kept the speedy Indians close to first bae and not one had the timtrity to Jeffries muff c Mitchells drive in the eighth was caused by him stumb ling on rough Loerchers bluff at scoring in the eighth fooled the Indians but resultj eel in them turning the trick by catrh ing Kelchner at Kelchner made a beautiful running catch of Mitchells short fly back of second base in the third inning and was Johnson covered a wide range of ter ritory in center field and by wonderful sprinting with marvelously quick re turn of the ball off several eytra bases for the Both of Rothermels errors were made in fielding hard hit ground balls and were Thev re sulted in the Indians scoring ail of their three The Indians impressed everybody with their gentlemanly conduct and were liberally Not once Continued on Second THE BON TOU 818amlS4fc CUMBEREAHB PENRYN New More and General Charles Eekeqt of I will again cater to the wants of thousands who visit PenrynpaEfe The grounds ace being pnfe ufi and new fountains are placed in the giving guestsait vantage of the purest spring New boats have been placed op the and many new rnstic span the Thebase grounds are in perfect ing season promises to be a prosperawa as there is no place better adapt ed for A CONFLAGRATION ATMYERSTOWR 4 Myerstown had a morning and for the time being siderabie excitement The1 roof of the business residence oc cupied by the newspaper plant and of Al bright was discovered out shortly before ft the fact that the chemical engine was1 found to be out of setvfcfr and somes time was required to get the Will companys steam engine the flames gained considetaole t destroying a large the roof before they were The building is ownetl by owner and publisher The damage by fire confined to the buttne heaviest loss is the destruction of a large ply of paper for newspaper purposes the entire building being flooded Triitlv Dr Gobbles loss is confined to the of his furniture moving it from the burning Hicks had nose broken and Warren Dundcce injured about the bead by the collapse a The of the tire Tvas a spark from a newly built fire tinder the boilers in the MAD DOG AT WANTED Laborers and Apply to STANDARD BOILER Twelfth and Buttonwood April Enclosed find money for your LaGrippe which kindly forward at WILL PLAY Lebanon Valley and Gettysburg will meet on Ihe foot ball gridiron on Oc tober 10 at Dried Beef I2c Cracked Oats Hii z Sweet lOc Best Full Roller Flour They do not disorder the stomach Scares Workmen at by Mays Kurtzw A mad dog ran amucfe this moraing at spreading terror among the workmen at the Stoever foundry until Mays the to the rescue with a eliding the wild career of the rabid u well directed shot 2fo to tracethe ownership off FIRST GRAND The daming class cot Zellers will hold its party on Wednesdays ins Armory halt consist of popjtlar TBe Haymakers hamtwilj fnrniqTi music for the occa 112 and fURTH h Free Jtlirery Prices on Picture oK usual prices for the next tea days t HARPELS ART Eighth and Wfflow YOU A SUIT OF We making up Suits from Spring Woolens in weights wearable the year 10th Cumberland   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

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!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ 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!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ 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
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ 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.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication