Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania
11 Dec 1897

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11 Dec 1897

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News, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1897, Greenville, Pennsylvania My news prom our coun try our Arn Nln s Lioy to Ami How Slipy intr i Eton of who has Beer a Isaaf for a few Days with his has Milton Buhain visited lips Broth Oil City and week late mean filter of Fraitik visited Abrau first 01 Sia Eft Conno gave one of i at Cochranton on Friday night Jris and will entertain the us Kloville people on face Nibur tit Amos of visited is Mary for a few those registered it hotel by arc Sandy Lake a Vickee and Thompson and family Are John at now or rarer sous have returned from whore t Hoy have been running saw Mill for some and will run tit Mill at this place this school began this week with a Good s for the Winter misses Dunn and Mary May have re Fer after their visits to and Grove misses and Sophia Grove returned from a visit with their at Sadie Lynies is visiting at to Venango Boro this miss Clyde Flatt has returned from a with friends in Sandy of new visited Rii i Towt last week for a few wife of the Man who sew on the James Carnahan died mad was buried at Clarksville on Andy has a clipping machine fe5s which he uses Ocasio fully up the professor has secured the services Lowry to do the janitor work at of cafe we Thiu he has made a 33m3kj Choice and that the building will in proper Loiis Young fellow that was out seeing girl and who fell asleep on his had better wakened up when arrived As it would have saved tin own and having to e his Rig to the Blacksmith shop for turn tuft of visited Iff town last mar Stiller left the Sony of train 11 for where he hasp cure Lyric of ill sing in inst Huo Hall december dont fail to Cornell is on the sick a former Barber of this moved his household goods to Hazel inst this Raven two yet in the missionary society met Rounsv the qui Vivo literary of Fredonia Institute As in lured on Friday december 10 miss sprung and in this of the country to Cju Arry out some Stone for building Pur poses digit was a business visitor to mor cer one Day inn of Ichisi to the Bor Siclo of her Laug miss of who lists the typhoid her Many friends in this Hope she will the Hedloy boys i Hough to owls Hoot ertl Only on Moonlight but to have found nit different Dicky of of abhor Davisio French hed at her Home and was brought Deer Creek cemetery for burial on last Igor music by Roll Call answered by Hattie Mayme Grain and Sadie instrumental celestia select Mcmillan and Muski Emma Anna Anna Mcelhaney and Grace singing by Dora regular that woman should have the i Juht to Jennie Tobius Sara Barber and Mary Pearl Hamilton and Laymor Mayme question program of Webster debating of Fredonia on thurs Day december was As Fol lows Impromptu sex Tempo Stoyer negative regular resolved that is without children should not to taxed for educational Thompson Carl Roll Call answered by butchering has Boon the principal for the Farmer for the past a Little daughter of wins shelling some com on the when her left hand was caught drawn smashing Lior fun Gera in a it was thought the Middle would have to be but getting along now As Well As can Sauk of Pittsburg Emtin of Al Hood and Rcd miss Bessie of Shaffer and of attended the funeral of Shaffer on last Olivo of Grove was guest of misses Jennie and Julia the latter part of last May who has been staying in is visiting her Par Shannon is conducting a series of Ings this Trio Webster debating society rendered program at their open acct Zelig lost thursday athletic of Fredonia will give a musical and liter Friday do Flora Liber of was Cir among friends in town tues and Boyo Wero Tho s of Gre Novillo friends sunday and now Conner gave an entertain ment in the presbyterian Church thurs Day to an appreciative miss Exie of new visited our schools monday Aaron of was the guest of Thompson and Mech Vail left for where he will Romais for some time and learn Tho Barber James and visited relatives in Sandy Lake last our merchants now have their new line of Holiday goods in Stock and it will pay any Ono to Call and examines Tho following pupils of the new ver non school have not absent Dur ing Tho month ending december 1 Laura and Howard Eva and Harvey Jennie Jennie and Mabel Ray Harrison and Joseph Nannie elder and Emery cart Lissa for the think lately prayer mooting held at John snug Fri on wednesday of mining was Well n Alfred Rose is thinking of Selling his farm acid going in partnership with his Samuel of Bend who intends turning his fish Pond into a Duck Wallace Siewart and his Bert Wero callers in Sheakl Evillo one evening list it suddenly came to their minds it was saturday evening and they hastily left whether they reached their destination or not no one but hey were seen in our town sunday spent the past with her Mot Kottra we always knew the Chicken had a wish but some of our girls seemed to think a Rabbit perhaps that is the reason the boys like to miss Gertrude Logan is at present with her this mryt s o u t h fourth Colum writes to of As follows for 10 or 15 years i h a v o Boon subject to nervous 1 would have spoils of quivering in my with Smoth ering my nerves Wero terribly i was suffering from what is called nervous my Stom Ach Felt and i was constantly weak and i consulted several physicians who treated me without doing any t had almost Given up in despair when i heard of it was about six years ago that i first took i found it an immediate re Lief to All my disagreeable it is the Only Medicine that has Over been of any use to Lucio Otsego Box writes for three years i suffered with catarrhal i wrote to you for advice and you told me to take your has been 10 months since i began to use your medicines and i am perfectly i think your Modi Ciuros deserving of much Send for hartmans latest Book on Winter address your letter to Ash your druggist for a free Pruna almanac for for life by Burns or scalds May be a Volt led by using do Witts Witch Hancl Tho great remedy for piles and for All kinds of sores for Wilo by drug have the Best line of and Jolo overcoats you Over at blood and Good digestion an insurance against disease and Burdock blood bitters keeps the blood the digestion miss parlous Cook More than half a million of them have been of visited Trio files of Rayon Ami and successor to mask in the undertaking is in this week attending the pm to bettor lit him for Tho of bodies and conducting of Walter who is engaged in Tho r business in was a few Days this of Sandy visited family of Lewis Perrizo muted or of a former of Tojo visited friends of was among friends in town lust will of norths Aie guest of her the misses last who has been Home for it returned Friday que 13 to the warred where Ejay Loyrea miss parlous Young designed especially to Aid tells How to Nish the Kitchen sensibly i the right Way to buy food and to care for a Plain Book or Plain a Book that Farmers wives and daughters will be glad to one from which any housewife May obtain an immense amount of valuable Aid miss parlous new Cook the most thorough Cook Bosk the directions Are Clear and it is thoroughly prac perfectly and is marked by Strong Good contains miss parlous Kitchen a Complete compendium of marvellously comprehensive and copiously illustrated Iny of the above Tot to Impald upon receipt of order from your Bykiel Lowr of Estes d publishers 1897 to Book has Ever been made for Young people which compares in or bid on tenth the Sale of this great Over 400 j six handsome coloured plates mapped to this years millions of copies have been order from your 200 full Page several each Book in and of Short 6e Sims staus Tor of nil f f the biggest Stor anyone wishes to make a Purchase of Holiday presents lie generally visits the store that can give the largest Assort that place is at and Only we Are prepared to show you the Best hats and furnishings in the Shenango our Stock com Prises boys and childrens suits and l a mans Black Cheviot our suits and overcoats Are surely world in full dress mufflers and silk our assortment cannot be we Are the recognized leaders of fashions and liter co the Only on Price hatters and successors Theobald a 182 and 184 main show windows speak for them our Stock can be judged

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