Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania 4 Mar 1899
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News, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania
Jack Frost has taken his leaving the roads in bad Elmer Cozad is reported sick with Scarlet David bail is on Tho sick list also William of miss Stein is quite seriously Jones is reported quite sick Reno has moved to a farm near miss Bertha Hunter spent Sabbath with Albert Hunter and Willis Davis is going to move to h Hoagland farm in Tho near future there is preaching announced to to in the United presbyterian Church sunday at 11 literary society was organized last week at the school House to meet every Friday 5 school building received Tho addition of a flue new Bell of Olvyn lost a valuable cow Mon this is Tho third to has lost since the store watch dog broke his Chain Early monday morning and lumped through one of Tho Largo windows shattering Tho and overturned a Box of demolishing John Barber and wife visited friends at Beau Surg last James Mono id and family visited friends in Salem miss Dora Young has Boon spending a few Days in our Only Soldier John Mcgrann returned from Vernou Satur Hugh formerly of Phila will occupy his farm now occupied by Robert Reges of this misses Valeria Reed and Geue Yiove dinars and Annabel Gelvis visited friends in Greenville last Leah of jolted her parents hero last for Sikkim All on the and we a Joltn largest prac uce of any doctor in August of is re after an attack of typhoid at the Home of Tillio my xxx hoods pills cure Bil easy to easy to docs Coffee Agron Avioli you if drink from pure a lady writes Tho first time i made graiu0 i did not like it but after using it for our week nothing would induce to to go Back to it nourishes and feeds Tho Tho children can drink it freely with great it is Tho strengthening sub stance of pure get a package today from your fifteen cents and 25 tie loin crop of All cough cures is Cleveland lung a never failing Friend in time of when colds and sore throats be warned in time and pro Paru against Tho evil this great remedy has Boon aptly termed the Monarch of Tho worlds expect sold on a positive no no your Money Back if you Waul Call on 104 main and got a trial bottle Large bottle 2fi election passed off quietly at this Voorhies has a very sick horse at James George has returned Homo from grand Tho Muddy roads Are giving our Black Smith Swager a mrs George of is visiting her and Wash of this who has been con fined to her bed for Tho Post few is once More Able to be James Johnston has purchased Tho Cooper Cooper intends moving his family to where to is employed As overseer of Tho electric Tho school has opened after a vacation on account of Tho Scarlet a number of families have been afflicted but we Are glad to say All Are who has been visiting her parents for Tho past returned to her Homo in now Castle on we Are pleased to note that who has had a Long illness of typhoid is rapidly Hadley lost a valuable horse lost rude who has been sick the past is Able to be out miss Jessie Gilger is visiting in Clar Ion this protracted meetings Are being held in Tho presbyterian Egl Sou is helping the Smock visited her Mother one Day this the subscriber will boat March 8 thurs March and Wirs March to buy All kinds of fat horses from 5 to 10 years weighing from 1200 to 1000 Lvi tic children a drink called it is a Appe nourishing food drink to take the place of when properly pro dared it tastes like the finest Coffee but free fro i All its injurious 3raino aids digestion and strengthens it is not a stimulant but a in Altai and children As Well As can drink it with great and it costs about on fourth As much As at 15 and 35 cents at the Kii till influence of alcohol unsuspecting by in nerve Lias sent Many a person to a drunkards this can to avoided by the use of Cleveland celery compound which is made ready by Tho simple addition of nervous Prostran nervous headache and indigestion Are All cured by this wonderful Call on Blackmor 194 main and get u trial package Large package 25 owe my whole life to Burdock blood so Romulous sores covered my i seemed beyond has made me a perfectly Well to Moyer was Homo Over tie left monday for the Eastern part of the who is working in spent last sunday with his Par George Harpst and of this Smith has rented Stamps House and will occupy the same april the House belonging to William Woods on the Greenville and Mercer Road near this place was burned to the ground last tuesday the House was occupied by Frank Heil Nian and nothing was saved from Tho House As the fire had gained a Good headway when it was the fire started in Tho Kitchen loft and was supposed to have been caused by a spark from the hum Lias transferred his general store in this place to of on account of this during the next 80 hum will offer his on Tiro Stock of goods at specially reduced he invites All his old customers and As Many others As May see fit to Avail themselves of these rates As his Stock must to closed out by april a report seems to have been circulating among Tho people of this Community a husband says before my wife began using mothers Friend she could hardly get i do not think Slie could get along without it she has used it for two months and it is a great help to 3he does her housework without mothers Friend an external liniment for expectant mothers to it gives them strength to attend to their household duties almost to the hour of confine it is the one and Only preparation that overcomes morning sickness and is the Only remedy that relaxes and relieves the it is the Only remedy that makes labor Short and delivery to the Only remedy that puts the breasts in condition so that swelling or rising is dont take medicines they endanger the lives of both Mother and mothers Friend is sold by druggists for Send for our free illustrated the Bradfield regulator that fruit has withdrawn from the candidacy for county this report is fruit is e candidate for county bup Efin Tendon t and is As Well Unali fled for the office As any Man in the the dramatic club successfully carried out their program last Friday the dramatic club Means this was found out by four of its who failed to perform and were Dis banded from Tho a program for a free entertainment has prepared and will be rendered on Friday March in connection with Tho pro Gram there will be a pie and Box Oue of the important features of the program will be a the firs class come there was a Wood sawing at homers on Friday of last week and one suede Sou wednesday of this week a few singers for the re formed Church must be of a mild perfectly willing to submit to every Ever obliging and equal to every occasion that May present must be perfectly comfortable in a Cor Ner with four or five other singers and an and subject to a heat ranging anywhere from 80 to 100 if you feet that you have these require ments just take your place in the Corner and to will assure you no questions will be just so Yon Are in your place whether you make an audible sound or february was bound to have a blow before it i guess it had it All the old reliable Are and will be at the following places to buy All kinds of marketable horses and mares 4 years old and from 1000 to 1800 Small horses must have Quality and wed March 8 Moons Mer March 9 Wiers March keep your Good ones until these As we will have As Good if not the Best buyer for them that will be hero this a Itei Nedy Lor the a remedy recommended for patients afflicted with the Grippe is Kemps bal which is especially adapted to diseases of Tho Throat and do not wait for the first symptoms of the but get a bottle today and keep it on hand for use the moment it is if neglected the Grippe has a tendency to bring on the Balsam prevents this by keeping the cough All druggists sell the bal Toni lit and and each Day and night during this week you can get at any druggists Kemps for the Throat and acknowledged to be the most successful remedy Ever sold for asthma and get a bottle today and keep it always in the so you can Check your cold lit Price 25 and 50 Sample bottle Are a terrible torment to the Little folks and to some older easily Doans ointment never instant permanent at any drug 50 weit Salem Charley Boyes attended it social at Osgood one night last week and roof the a Good Oliver Fry and of the Valley a february to hear some fault finding about the Way the school House was cleaned after the last and we think if the party who did the work would remember the time the Gillis boys did that same and received Only half the Money left for they would not have been surprised if the thermometer had registered 27 degrees below Zero and they had been Frozen while getting water from the Roadside to Wash the Jane of of visited John Brown and wife went Long is the Lane that has no miss Lena who is attending school at visited her Par Foulk and saturday and John Templeton has rented his Mother inlays farm and will move there in the near Obe first and family will move on the Pollock farm the first of of fed Filley and family George Holle is still Mossman will f uti Squire Ells sugar Camp this Doyle and Chalmers alien were in saturday Lura Myers is very sick at this some of ouf Farmers Are at it still As to where to Send their milk the coming a there Aro five Ferent factories wanting the a splendid line of Black Tho proper things for ladies Fine skirts ii Keck Public the subscriber will expose to Public Sale at his on the old Beck Stein i West Salem town on March at 10 Oclock the following described property Good work Durham yearling top single feed Hay by the Oats and Corn by the und Many other articles too numerous to terms made known on Day of bargains a Tell the time at the Gash Racket store 4c for gents safety leather watch chains 1c for spool Basting 2c for Large size water 6c for Twofoot jointed 5c for 24x24 Turkey red Loc for a Good Butcher 5c for 1 3c for a Box of shoe 5c for a Wisk 3c for a bottle of Loc for enamel pudding Loc for ladies silk watch Loc for extra Large size for 40 wire hair for bottle Black Loc for wire hair 50c for a tubular riveting every Farmer needs 3c for Large bottle machine 5c for a 0 or 1 lamp 3c for wire potato 16c for Slaw Cash Racket 160 main to buy your clothing and gents furnishing goods at we have made All arrangements to remove to by March no goods will be sold after March prices no object at this Sale As we would rather move Cash than m co next door to Keck 1771 main a 9
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