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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - January 15, 1904, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Nodi cafe Independent in established in if i new january Western an interesting letter from a former new Bethlehem i will attempt to take up the thread where i dropped it some time it must not be inferred from what i wrote in my last letter that the land Here is very1 excepting along or precipitous where the Rock crops the land consists of a Rich Black almost entirely free from there Are hundreds of acres of where one could not pick up a Pebble to throw at a refractory being weathered it is All soil from the surface to the the dept ii being from two to forty this part of the state has apparently once been a comparatively level Plain lying Between two Mountain the Blue mountains on the East and the Cascade on the but to rough Long Ages the water courses have worn it into deep hollows Are called canyons her until the of the is very much like that of the Western counties of Golden on january Leroy then a sober old Bachelor of Twenty sum and Dolly Fosdick a spinster of were United in marriage by Charles of at the old Webster place in Eldred and last Jan nary surrounded by and Many they celebrated their fiftieth anniversary of that event at their Home in summer and what a Lively time there was that morning when the two is Stein of the Bride and Shannon Mcfadden and Harriet and their and the four Duff and a Sou of new and Rand and mrs Frank Ander with their and the ten surrounded the Happy couple showering them with congratulations and Flowers and Beautiful and then the Baskel were opened and Bountiful repast was of which everyone partook As just As if they All thought they were and then the Bride Cut the brides which was baked by the oldest grand Silvis and everybody had a and pronounced it 50g delegates attended the recent state Grange meeting at there were also several Hundred visit ing members Many of whom came at Timeir own expense from Dis Tant parts of the Harmony and enthusiasm characterized the sessions All Felt that it was Good to be there and All went Home inspired to work for the cause with renewed the report showed Over 5000 members added during the year Twentyfive new Granges were organized and seven dormant ones reorganized in the state during the year end aug pet Ember these new organizations Are located in 21 differ ent these figures show a healthy growth that is not confined to j any the state Grange first met in the City of Reading thirty one years a number of those who helped to organize it were at in Many instances the children of the founders Are now the Active Farmers Good As they can come to any one place Only once a and to most places even More in for communities must take their if you want it the Grange will be with you every topic that is appropriate for a Farmers inst is equally so for a Grange Isfort Only so but Many subjects and lines of work that Are beyond the scope of the Are properly within the the Farmer who either wants to do Good or receive Good is missing his Best Opportunity if he stands aloof from the the legislative co Minitte spoke in no Uncertain tones and the state Grange ing Cher the aged Bride and Groom renew endorsed their action and recommend Wiesand other fruits grow at the same de their vows of fifty years the nations by an unanimous through Sweet weighing 75 to White haired Bride being Given away by 80 and even 100 Are not Buncom her eldest Leroy Oregon is known West of the then there were More congratulations the secret a Man standing on a steamship Pei i new York found himself veiny closely by three look ing individuals who stood the atmosphere was and the Man took several turns up and Down Mim prank after tin illness of six death entered the of Frank of j Fri Moum and there1 from faithful wife my Loving Sarah Jane ii years 10 j the noticing at the same time that j Mouths and 20 remains were j the yes of the strangers followed All t u1 Middle run his Conwi Ruiu there Are some Fine Bottom lands along j to be the Best they had Ever and when the table had been and i the friends and neighbors began to come the these Are kept moist in irrigation throughout the growing Sou and All kinds of crops and fruits Are j in to offer their congratulations and the growths Are phenomenal j bring kindly and then to an apples hang in Clust we have seen a dozen of larger apples than Are common in the East on a limb a foot in length by three eights of there was a whirl of feet As we played pig in the for we were All dont you after awhile the Inch in the limbs Are then the Young people were All Long and Rod like and filled with fruit j eager fora marriage and their entire the must be j taking their places under a Beautiful Well propped to prevent the limbs break wedding Bell of Evergreen and Carna his his Conwi Ruiu i he did not feel embarrassed lion j he realized that the watchers were Ile obviously the men were not from the Centra Ottliee because of their i Small stature and Lack of and it became u question in the mans mind whether he was dealing with detectives i from a private air nay or with secret i service he resolved to find i his first move was to halt near the group and appear it was not before he was joined by one of the who said Are you from so Andros finer naming a Deputy chief of these Cret replied the subject of i but i believe you j the detective smiled faintly and j changed the All of which t goes to prove thut the secret service is secret in More ways than else j Why did the detectives think that an utter stranger had been placed on the j same York a husband and six 4 Sonand j iwo t her precious site has left us left forever but we Hoir to meet our loved a that Bright and Happy lonely the Bouse and sad since our dear Mthr is but Oil a brighter in heaven is Imp i and speeches and and finally a rookies As the pumpkin it is said that the old Oregon ranchers used to Call at a Saloon for a Drizik and give the bartender a Large pumpkin in pay receiving two or More Small ones Shannon in change according to the respective Fadden is the Only sister of size of the a species of Clover is extensively grown for a them we reiterate our position on the tax we Are no More Content now than heretofore to pay id Mills tax on the Dollar invested in our farm while ill do Vii ii us your lather has any idea that 1 have serious intentions Coli i heard him tolling Mother the other Day that he didst think it would Cost any More to have you at the table regularly than it does for me to Feu you j from the pantry shelves every 3 Chicago record Hera prayer by the after which the Nuy other interests pay Mills or guests All took their with the exception of their daughter and and my the and was the Only person present who witnessed the marriage fifty years piece of land will produce three crops in then in the Twilight there a it also makes excellent Pas All kinds of horticultural pro ducts grow prodigiously thus much for the Bottom on the Uplands was reminds and it be interesting to follow them from the fifty years when the Youthful husband took on the Road question we regard the Bill passed last Winter As Progress but do not Overlook the fact that it increases i local taxes without putting any additional Burden on personal and Corpora to j we again demand that trolley lines shall be allowed to carry j freight As they do in almost All we support the National Grange in j his Bride on what seemed to be a peril1 demanding a parcels nothing is grown but Spring and fall us journey through a dense Forest to the weather becoming too dry after Harvest for other up lands cannot be wheat is raised on an extensive Many ranchers sowing hundreds of acres and marketing thousands of bushels to do must be thinly not Over forty pounds to the if to eighteen bushels per acre is about the production in the Grain does not grow Over eight to fifteen inches in consequently the Clearing on his Timber where he had prepared a handsome log Man Sion for her the Carriage for this journey was a bobsled drawn by a favorite Yoke of named Tom and a thong it was rather slow Tivey did not get besides the howling of they had the occasional scream of a Panther to make things then we follow them As they speak of the dreary Vears of the when the father gave further Extension of free Rural mail the establishment of postal savings granting increased Powers to the interstate Commerce the election of United states senators by a direct vote of the agriculture was the primal Industry of civilized it always has been and always must be the Corner Stone of our Industrial in As much As it began when the Earth was Iii Ccu in Utica Iii i i it is never bound in sheaves but is Simp four years of his life to the service of Young and Man it has Long by headed and sometimes at one at others is stacked and threshed weeds Are some his country of their sorrow Over the been regarded As an occupation require loss of their five boys and and one Little ing Little knowledge and Only primitive times a great enemy to the grower of in West and of their retard fall Spring wheat usually gets to Troy to spend their declining years the Start and smothers them the among the friends of their just native grass is Bunch grass growing As everyone does who has Ever tasted of in the Blades or Spears Are near the Joys of living in the magnetic Little daughter of their nine years residence j and the Farmer has been paid s 1 i the in the even the dust Perti Liias wonderful tilings of the Obly round and As Fine As dead at the top and Green at the hence the Hills never look Green As they do in the East but present a Sere and dead a this grass grows Sumitr and Winter and affords excellent Pas Ture except when there is too much and it is Only occasionally that the cattle come off the ranges to be fed and Only for a few Days at a this part of the state is Sage a bitter Shrub growing from a few inches to two or three inches in takes the place of the st reasons Are fringed with a growth of Willow and other Small As there is no country where something is not want dem Durate same bit cum mount stands City of into Conns resembling the on the very Summit of a lofty Peak that about two Lac Miles from the san is a most remarkable profile wrought in the solid just a few minutes walk from the end of the Railroad that leads up to the mountains on the Trail that circles the Crest of the brings Public How is undergoing a the Farmer himself is realizing As never be that scientific principles underlie his business and that even the mechanical part of his work requires skill in the use of machinery not surpassed by the workmen in the there Are i few places on the modern farm for i Mark hands Man with the in the social and especially the political Field he has a most important part to the Grange is teaching him to realize and to fill his True position and when lie has fully Learned his lesson he will see to it that he gets his share of the wealth he the reduction of any duty that en1 Ables the manufacturer to a full his pro ducts cheaper in the foreign Market than he Sells the same article at the great want Here is that of one to the old lady this i i to i half i Wood is the Only kind used it costs four dollars per Cord and must be hauled a distance of eighty Miles and it is not a lastly kind i need not say that it is burned in air tight stoves the fellow who gets the most warmth out of it is the one who saw Sand splits to who has been roasted Over a fire of natural Gas for seventeen years or the House seems cold in the Winter until he gets need to it and we have not yet found out when that will Bat i and Arit that better health than did with so much every Good i be paid for in some f most people know they would be in cooler but have not the v take the Medicine unless we my huge natural Sphinx seems to guard the path where it Narrows on a Rocky the profile is the seams and creases made by the centuries of weather Are like lines of care and age worn in the human no How Ever aged in our worldly can re member when the old lady was when one passes far ther along the path and looks Back Ward the outline of the wrinkled visage is and instead the Eye can dimly Trace Tho features of a woman Young and As Beautiful As an egyptian Corbett guarantees every bottle of chamberlains cough remedy and refund the Money to anyone who is not satisfied aft Rubing two thirds of the this is the Best remedy in the world for la croup and whooping cough and in pleasant and stiff a of cite Lucas Frank Nia Kem Patti that stupor Parl or of the firm of Onei Iii i inn clip Siuw in the City of i count t and state and hat Eai ii firm will pay the sum of one Hundred dollars for and every ease Catarrh that cannot be cured by the j of Hiilis Frank j sworn to before and subscribed in my this Day of j a i Seal notary Halls Catarrh cure is taken and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of Send for testimonials Cheney sold by All take Halls family pills for Constina to 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 Broad new is Here and the shoe store has provided for the Comfort of the fee for from grandpa to the you can find them for everyday and shoes that Are it for a King or the famous walk Over shoes for men at and the celebrated John Kelly shoes for and ask to see the Godman shoe for ladies everyday the Best you have Ever seen at school shoes for boys and fact any kind of shoes you can expect to find in a by to Date shoe Fasen wipers shoe we Are Well stocked with All of the popular Staple goods on the Market 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 childrens suits and Overick tsp we carry the Stock in the goods Are bought and sold at the right and they always give hats and shoes and Wall paper a in and flour and Standard sowing popular Good Luck stoves and patterns Sun proof Pillsbury Best our meat markets Are always stocked with the Best of All kinds in the Foley kidney cure makes kidneys and bladder Foley v heals Longs a fix thet Strong when in try the whole or Etc pop try Lenroot their cobol Rolt malted Send f

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