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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - January 8, 1904, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Independent in established new january time says move on old 1903 for 1004 stands waiting at the let it be so Tor a year at Best is but a twin Kle on the Calendar of old resident one of the oldest residents of the town Aud one of its most respected citizens died on january an illness of several the deceased was born in in Porter Clarion about three Miles from town Aud has always been a resident of Clarion Mcnutt answered the Call of his country when it was in need of defend ers and served with distinction in the eve memorable civil he n As first lieutenant in 14th regiment Penna he participated in numerous engagements and was severely wounded in the Battle of White sol Phr he had moved to Yew Bethlehem a Horthy before the War broke and has lived Here since its he is sur Vived by his his second four sons and two daughters living in Porter near Brinker Tou in Alaska at this at Brodtville Levi at and miss Hattie at the funeral took place on tuesday services were conducted by his of the presbyterian a picture of int tit will appear in this paper next How Many stars can you see she two More than he do you make that out she i can see your he and that was the beginning of it Kex judge appointed to the Bench by Hartranft and later elected for a full a judge James Keale died Sud Denly at the hotel in Kittan Ning on of heart aged he was appointed president judge of Armstrong county in 187s by Hartranft to fill the vacancy caused by the death of judge Jackson judge Neale was nominated by the re publican party for a full term in and was he was nominated a second time in 1890 by the but was Defeated by Calvin birthday the greatest even of the season took j place in Onk Ridge tuesday of last j at the Home of Aud j Homes Many friends celebrated his 30th a Large num bar of married people were invited for j and All enjoyed the neatly Furi wished mean which prepared by the at about 7 to every j body rite Youn people began j to gather until there were Ai i the following from out of town were i present misses Anna Mammion and messes de Lemr and Burkhart of fair near Gutter Aud Harry Wells judge Neale was born in j of Hawthorn sad miss Davis key and when a boy worked for the firm of t music was furnished by brow Iron manufacturers of a few years later he went to upon his return he took up the study of Aud was admitted to practice ill the Armstrong county he was prominently identified with several business enterprises in that and at the time of his death was vice president of the merchants Al he is survived by his Sot necessarily almost from is said who Seldom our Johnny has been my boy used to be troubled a Good Deal that Way when he was re marked we always gave him Castor Oil for the retort would you advise As the most effective disguise that i might assume for the masked Ball to night might put on an intelligent Tae birth of the first periodical newspaper of the English press appeared in but advertisements were not developed till in april of the latter year was published 13 of perfect occur recies of every Dale journal in parliament other moderate Intelli which contained the following announcement a Book applauded by the clergy of England called the divine right of Church collected by Sun dry eminent ministers in the Citie of corrected and augmented in Many with a Briefe reply to certain queries against the mini Story of England is printed Aud published for Joseph huns cot and Georgo Oil Vert and Are to be sold at stationers Hall and at the Golden fleece in the old the London Gazette was the first newspaper to publish commercial and or High soon began to occupy so much space that the Propri not wishing to charge the Gazette with advertisements unless they be matters of issued a special advertisement printed apart and recommended to the Publick by another older still is an advertisement in a Black letter dutch paper of an auction of Ivory Aud tobacco held it the close of history of tie three Lombard in history As the great London Street for de Rived its name from the a race of Rick Bankers who settled there in the reign of Edward and whose the three Golden taken from the lower part of the arms of the Dukes of continues to this Day to be the sign of the balls on the Rich Crest of the Medici were and Only since the Middle of the nineteenth Century have in the pawnbrokers been the position of the balls is popularly believed to indicate that there Are two chances to one that what is brought there will not be Crossroads formerly it was a general custom to erect crosses at the Junction of four on a misses Carrie Mary j Grace Ellen River and Maud j i Aud Home were made the recipient of a Large number of useful 1 and valuable it was an eve Ning to be remembered by All who were both you Gand Hope j Home will remember when his 31st birthday roads on a place self consecrated according to the piety of the suit got off by buying Champagne for the he had Money colonel Carr was travelling in new Mexico when he Raa into a party consisting of senator Tabor and his it was Only a few months after Tabor had struck it prior to j that event he had possessed scarcely j enough to buy a postage but he was making up for lost Carr had lost his watch key and be Gan inquiring for Tabor thought this a great tie idea of a Man wanting a watch key in the nineteenth Century he after chuckling Over it for some time he turned to canard asked an explant i want to understand watch key and a Man As up to Date As you the fact responded the 1 had enough Money to buy a watch before Stein Winders came into it was a Center shot and was greeted by a Ron from the entire Tabor codes and notoriously bad characters were frequently buried near to not with the notion of but in a spirit of being excluded from holy by being buried at Miff it be in places next in Sanctity to ground actually Conse Delm of the real Balm of Gilead is the dried juice of a Low Shrub which grows in it is very valuable and for the amount of Balm yielded by one Shrub never exceeded sixty drops a i according to the Balm or Balsam of Gilead was one of the presents Given by the Queen of Sheba to King the ancient jewish physicians prescribed it evidently for dyspepsia and an Intel prent a species of Woodpecker inhabits the driest parts of where during the droughts it must die of starvation unless it made a to prevent this it selects the hollow Stem of a species of the bore of which is just Large enough to hold a the Woodpecker drills holes at intervals in the Stem ind fills it from Bottom to top with the the separate holes being apparently made for convenience of Access to the column of nuts the intelligence which not Only constructs a special but teaches tile Woodpecker to Lay by Only the which will and not Tho which would is perhaps the Higl st form of Bird rvs owing which Lias yet been wife Home from a shopping in tired and i had such an annoying experience today i feel positively you certainly look As if you should be do you mean husband shop interested that is very generous of old Man paying for the musical Educa Tion of the girl who lives next door to but he has stipulated that she shall learn it All in Nati Nuy Lii u in Uganda a Man can buy a hand some wife for four a Box of cartridges and six and if he has the Luck to go wooing when women happens to be a drug on the Market he can buy n suitable Damsel for a pair of a i its girl is according to the of her from four to ten Aud in tartary no father will surrender his daughter unless he gets a Good Quantity of but Ter in and in certain parts of India to girl Nii Irry unless her father has been pacified by a present of Rice and a few in wishing you one and All a Happy and prosperous new year and thanking you for the patronage you have favored the Little store with during the past three will have important announcement to make the gents right opposite Millers big on As Neidy is possible Gallons of fresh water Are used in a Large Battle ship about two thirds of this is taken up by the Ami the remainder is used for when the store which she has taken out with her from port has been used up u vessel has to de Pend upon her evaporators for further every modern warship is fitted with evaporating machinery to distil the Salt state of City of Lucas Frank Chenev oath tha he s of nine Cartwr of the firm of Chat fifty Deini Hansi Nupp in the City of Conmy and Safe and hat paid firm will pay the sum of one Hundred dollars for each and every Case if Satarrah that cannot of cured by thereof Hahs Catar Nib Frank sworn to before me and subscribed in my this 6th Day of a Seal notary Halls Catarrh cure is taken and acts directly on the blood and raucous surfaces of the Send for testimonials Cheney sold by All take Halls family pills for con Tipa new years resolutions Are now in Start right in Start towards the right hat and furnishing get yourself into the habit Early in the Foj Early in the of buying the kind of the kind of hats and furnish c Ings that will give unqualified sat it pays in every such resolutions will brine you to the popular Clothier and i z is Here and the store has provided for the Comfort of the fee for from grandpa to the you can find them for everyday Wear and shoes that Are it for a Kin or the famous walk Over shoes for men at and the celebrated John Kelly shoes for and ask to see the god shoe for ladies everyday flip Best you have Ever seen at school shoes for boys and fact any kind of shoes you can expect to find in a up to Date shoe h pm Fasen wipers we Are Well stocked with All of the popular Staple goods Oil the we Call special at Tention to our ladies jacket skirts silk shirt our garments Are finely in dress goods and Waist we All the new weaves and colors Are Knyfd 3 Jud y b Culi childrens clot suits and a spas we carry the Stock in the goods Are bought and sold at the right and they always give or stores Are in All furnishing hats and shoes and Wall 1 and Queen Shareif and and Standard sewing popular Good lock stoves and patrons Sun proof Pili Burys Best our meat markets Are stocked with the of All kinds in the Foley kidney cure makes kidneys and bladder Foley heals lungs one Fon c02d3 and to the whole Beta a Check Are properly Cotolo their condition l Ligal Shoou a rate

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