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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - July 31, 1903, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 7 new Bethlehem Independent in established in if paid in Adan new july Smith family Reune the Joseph Smith connection meets at the old nearly 200 and enjoy a the old Joseph Smith one mile Northwest of now owned by the youngest son of the was the scene of a Large and enjoyable reunion on Friday the occasion that called for this Happy event was the return on a visit of three who had not visited their friends for Many of left 21 years ago of 36 and of Hazel 34 a desire to relatives and old time friends at the old Homestead materialized in the Joseph father of the Smith family of this was born in North Ampton county in and moved to this county in he was married to the first Union there were mar and and Sarah were of the second the family was Well represented on this have gone beyond the limits of invitations to earthly Christian died in Missouri in when tie civil War broke out he was working in the where he was impressed into the rebel made his escape and joined the Union army after visiting his Abram died in the army of a wound received in the Battle of Pittsburg land ing in died in Jacob died in Clearfield county at the age of the Day was yet under the a pie Trees of the old Orchard in groups of a half dozen or the Forenoon was in rehearsing scenes and events of the past and renewing in one group were two old soldiers of the civil who served in the same we and who had not met memorable old skirmishes and incidents were to the Man of feeling their conversations Are painfully May our country never forget the old at noon a Bountiful repast was spread upon tables in the Orchard and All were invited to partake to their hearts con on whose premises the event was the busiest Man of the if anyone was it was not his he was Busy from morning until we dare say he never did a harder Days looking after his the writer attempted to get the names of All in but 110 doubt mis sed the and Joseph and Francis Smith and daughter Wash Margaret and son Joseph Alshouse and Parker Alshouse and a Falls Alshouse and Ralph als Joseph Archy Mcsparrin and Sli Aifer and Irwin Emma and Esther Punk Squaw James Lena Lelia and William Howard Parker and Dorothy Loyd wife and Sou Scott Biggs and Geo Boyd Robert Brown and Catharine Reed and White and May and Mary Russel Greenville Irwin Whito and Tillie and Pron fit and Frank Polliard and Joseph and Lottie Emma James Emmet Polliard and Blake and Murray Blake and Rene Charles and be Jerry Himes and William Mamer and Jacob John Mcnutt and Dyrl space and and Amos Bowersox and John Reed and Elmer and Earl Mabel and Nancy wife and Valentine Mill and Adam Charles and William White and William and new Bethlehem and there were present on this occasion four patriarchs of the who have far overlapped their three score and ten each one of whom could relate innumerable stirring incidents of the past dangerous and exciting incident to the pioneering Joseph now 91 years Allan Jacob 80 and we took pleasure in the fact that they enjoyed the a picture of the participants came too but will appear next i Art stif Tiiu Emiily have what some of Tui ii Urc quite ignorant of others Utt Triy it and oth ers yet Lutc the very name of one in uie Hist named category was Liszt he and returned from a successful and Princess the wife of the celebrated statesman and Diplo was questioning him regarding the concerts he had been giving i she that you did Good business to Liszt gave the tart reply i Only played music Busi i leave to Bankers and i to another Andy the musical cleric gave a still sarcastic what a great Fortune you would make if Only you could be induced to go to America to play returned if you stood in need of that believe 1 would go at Colliers the Eye at the perhaps the most ancient City in the claims the proud title of the Eye of the which the striking Beauty of its aspect from a Dis Tance fully Bright buildings which sparkle under the syrian Sun Rise out of a mass of Many tinted to the North stretch the Snow White ridges of while in charming contrast Rich Corn Fields Anil teeming Orchards form a Brilliant setting on All winding through this profuse display of Oriental the Rivers bar null and Abana and Phi rear of Luiei selves far to tin East in in inc on a nearer View much of this Glamour Van Ami there is abundant evidence of general a similar title is Given to Athens in Milton Paradise it is the Eye of Mother of a pair of a pair of Catfish that were continuously watched in a government aquarium made a nest by removing the gravel from a during the first few Days after hatching the banked in the Corners of the were at irregular intervals actively stirred by the barbels of the usually the subsequently the parents were seen to suck the eggs into their Mouths and then extrude them with some the predaceous fending habits of the old fish gradually overcame the Paren Tal instinct the tendency to suck the Fry into their Mouths continued and the inclination to spit them out Dimin so that the number of Young dwindled and the 500 that had been left with their parents had completely disappeared in six Al though other food was liberally sup Gounod the Gounod was one of the most fascinating men have Ever his Man Ner had Charm that was and his kindly As soft and melt ing As a would Light up with a smile now now that fixed itself Mineffa Cearly upon the he could speak English fairly but preferred his own Lan in which he was a Brilliant con and he could use to advantage a fund of ready it he was at this time influenced by a Recrudescence of that religious mysticism which had strongly characterized his Youthful but though Earnest and thoughtful when he was dwelling upon his could brighten up with the lightness and Gayety of a True Klein in Cen 4he British disaster in according to kill Hijos the fuzzy of the though a benighted is a first class fighting was the first who a nil a British it that fuzzy Buzz has Broth ers on the Gulf of who Are oven i prior lighters than the bound of beggars of Central these Are the who under the had Mollah have done something More than Bruk a British they have almost completely annihilated a column 300 Slaughter ing captains and Loav clearance we Are going to remodel and enlarge our store room and w in order to do this we will have to dispose of the greater part of our present Stock so As to make room for the beginning August at Oclock and ending August at 10 Oclock i we will offer All our Best Grade prints at ail our Gingham in All a Complete line of kid finish a Good 44 unbleached a Good Cotton crash at 31 and 3fcv a Good 94 Sheet ready to use for one lot of Pillow cases at Loc one lot of towels at so per one lot of Best Grade table Oil cloths at 12 one line of Muslin underwear embroidery and lace at unprecedented 9 All Light dress goods at correspondingly Low 6 the greatest line of Hose for ladies and children Ever 5 offered for mens Canvas working 3 pair for o a Good working shoe a line of shoes at reduced for men at we also have a few mens suits on hands which we will of Fer at on half a line of ladies separate skirts and jacket suits at one1 third All Queens Are and Glass Ware on third these Are a few of the Many bargains we have to i this Sale will be strictly during this positively charging done ing scarcely 11 score of Ruen to Tell the Story of the according to late advices from go colonel flu Ketts flying column was dispatched by the commander of the British forces in Pursuit of the following them into the open country seven Miles West Ward of where it was at tacked by very Strong Force of mounted troops and the enemy in who attacked at close Plunkett kept Back the enemy until he had no More when he formed a Square and charged with at last the enemy infantry overwhelmed the Square and annihilated nearly the entire it is not perfectly Clear just what the mad Mollah is mad but it is evident that there is fighting blood of the sternest sort in the mixed Arab forces under his which appears now to be especially stirred by the religious fanaticism of a new Mohammedan at last accounts they were about manifestly great Britain will need fenners kidney and backache All a teates of urinary also Back female cure dont become there is a cure for it necessary write he has spent a life time curing just such cases As All consultations your kidney and backache cure has cured two very bad cases among our Custo mers the past year whom the doctors bad Given still ill ask for Cook sure it Lvi Iuo of Lynul sold Corbett Jim dumps we do on summer Days so close and build up a fire and item and steam i a dish of a bowl of Jutt the food to fit our and keeps us laughed sunny ready Oserve Cirou for summer Force in an meal summer food to cause it contains elements nourishing every Organ of the is easily creates what we Knowis Anco at the same time do snot make a River of firn out of the Peuck not blood Fasenmyer commencing get the habit of coming to our clearance sales till probably do you every pair hold up Oxford ties and Low shoes for women and children go to Sale from a fourth to a half off our regular we also in clude in this summer Sale All the broken lots of High shoes for men and not All sizes in every but your size in some you May not need shoes but youll think twice when you see the Low i 1 Fasenmyer shoe Fairmount wholesale and retail we Are Well stocked with All of the popular Staple goods on 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 boy Sand childrens suits and we carry the Argest Stock in the stir goods Are bought and sold at the right and they always give our stores Are Complete in All furnishing hats and shoes and Wall paper and and flour and Standard sewing popular Good Luck stoves and patrons Sun proof Pillsbury Best our meat markets Are always stocked with the Best of All kinds in the Fairmount Stolt Foley kidney cure makes kidneys and bladder Foley heals Uags Aad Toft when in try strok6 a id they the of and

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