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New Bethlehem Vindicator (Newspaper) - March 14, 1902, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Independent in established in if paid in new March big lumber enlarged and improved expensive machinery e quipped Imai Iii Mill Between the Andrews lumber has for years furnished Nineteen the of All the lumber used in this Sec have about completed extensive re pairs to their they also Ludiye very Mair Ruthy improved their Plant by installing Uever Early last fall they conme iced to enlarge their which consumed the by rebuild ing a considerable portion and adding thereto they were enabled to about double their floor space on both first second which was needed to accommodate the and workmen necessary to meet the demands made upon they Haye just set up a Large ing machine of the latest and most approved As Fine apiece of machinery As can be found any and capable of a wonderful variety of work by Means of its adjustments to different kinds of a most ingenious machine is a Boring Boring three at one and used mostly for inserting pulleys in another Fine machine Isar sawing made especially to split Inch boards into half Inch we also noticed another new machine of Large a lightning self feed rip used for ripping and we had the pleasure of seeing it Wade through 4 Inch Oak with the greatest judging from the activity in and around the the Andrews lumber company is doing if it is lumber they have from a window stick to the largest Bill by a an the Salem of held a very interesting and profitable meeting on March at the Home of after some time taken up in the general Busi Ness of the band the following program was Given music by the Junior Mission Ary by Daisy Reading by misses Floc la Bowersox and Laura did Paul univ on his missionary three Why we should interested Minnie Selec All men by Sec Taii to a a talk on work by Why we have Junior class in Nur a Toji followed 1y and tiie or Nirona very ably carried it and Somo were Given hat Are a Beuett to us All if we will on y take them up and be interested in the next meeting will be held at Millers on at 2 we will be Clad to have any one meet Vith us and speak i any subject rely Ive to Mission following the program for next meeting music by Mior select the object of the Carra my Mission 2ews Floda Bow a general talk on by Minnie on what Mission iry journeys did Timothy accompany Bowersox Enecita iou Lizzie Smailj Pur pres ent missionaries in Alla those in also those of the reformed Daisie so called from being the tenth month when the year Betran in has probably had More names conferred upon it than any other of the twelve into which on year is i among the Early saxons it was called Winter or after their conversion to christianity they called it he with or holy in Honor of birth of in later Days in it was called Christ mount for the same j fires used to to Lii clued for in this Anil the want of chimneys used to cause a too which to its being called la or it was also dubbed or from the snows or j Hoa frosts which then generally White ened the Hillier Church Carrr preach ing Bot i Ning and by the John i next sub Bath 1 by the Pas Eschief the Agnew Daniel former chief Justice of the supreme co Tut of Penn died at his in Beav on at the age of 93 Daniel Agnew was bom at Jannary his parents re moving to Pittsburg a year he was educated in the Public schools and graduated from the Western later he studied Law with Henry Bald win and a judge at 30 he was admitted to the bar and located in later removing to where he continued the practice of his he became a member of the whig party and was prominently identified with the party in later in 1868 he was elected supreme court Justice on the ticket with in 1879 he retired from the con to take an Active part in in 1831 judge ague mar ried Elizabeth a daughter of Robert he is survived by six sous and the Golden the Golden Rule is worldwide and is variously voiced As follows do As you would be done do not that to a neighbor which you would take 111 from what you would not wish done to yourself do not unto one should seek for others the Happi Ness one desires for he sought for others the Good he de sired for let him pass All things whatsoever be would that men should do to do be even so to let none of you treat his brother in a Way he himself would dislike to be the True Rule in business is to guard and do by the things of others As they do by their the Law imprinted on the hearts of All men is to love the members of so Cie Tyas whatsoever you do not wish yom to do to Yon do not unto this h the rest in n kidney cure too kid Neys and bladder contains Noth by special Sale of shoes or one week aare Are Selling shoes cheaper than they have been sold in new if you Are coking for bargains dont fail to see Andrews old ii e the knights of Golden Eagle of fair mount City celebrated their tenth Anni Ersary on last saturday evening by iving a banquet members and families i their and oysters were owing to the i clemency of the weather quite a rim Ier of the members were kept at they were royally entertained by the Lodge and with selections on the phonograph famished by John those trere Oscar Carlson wife and son John Langstrom wife and daughter Christ Bauer and wife and son Fred Bauer Ted wife and daughter Albert Visal Togy and Charles Shoup and Gaven Miller and Isaac Mortimer and Danielson and wife and daughters and Amos Hiles and boy Hutchinson and Christ Herp Eland John Laving and Edward Beck and George lace and John and grand Daugh Mabel Charles wife and daughter Christ Bauer and daughters Susie and Harry and miss Charles William Tom John Andrew Jeffrey one just in Louii in health and 01151irrualtlcaclic All Vcra depressed condition a rapid by Steider of 419 Nichols says my wife hns been in poor health for some time and complained so much of being unable Forest Well and and persistent attacks of nervous 1 got sume of clues nerve fills and them to they hav Idone her a Deal of Good in every Way strengthening and Tiniou the whisks nerve pills Ansill at one Box at dealers or c see that portrait Ami signature of chafe Are on every for at crib ears Hurni lie Tacl Yon surprised propos he she replied i was not so surprised that you proposed when you did is i was that you did not propose on some Occa Post announcement of from reveille o on the last i wis you would prepare something occasionally to my his a Lethe Ideal you not any appetite to Standard and Grippe coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative anal cities offo Leys Honey there is nothing else pastas sold by Cor r a minister in a Western told me an am Story said a Ceu a sonic time Apas Niinisto walking along a Street of thy Tuzii Uki advanced to Inu extended the Silook but that i Iii not recall his said tin old Stinem Ber me i am the Man who gave you a pig when you married the smiled As he recalled the and As he wag about to the wife the old German said i Tell you what ill when you married gave you a so ill give you two pigs you now Unm Arry Oil is sold by surr Tys already who next to leave their order an1 in a car Load and save hardware of Uncle suied Wick ending Jennie actually taken in the trenches under opera House oud see our boys Styli As they actually appeared in army Blyn Mann i your special attention is called to on Spring Stock if dress of to very latest such Ai silk silk dotted Swiss or a Nick separate silk and silk and jacket our grocery and shoe Degart meets Are always com a dealer in All kinds of country ii it of to it tvo funny about Young want it said the observing was it asked the Man of an in Quiring yes he lost his Money raising Cain in Europe and then made another for tune raisins Cane in timbre i i always abreast with the times we have made arrangement with one of the Lar Sest Candy factories in the United to handle their line of we will receive the goods fresh twice a to Start with we will sell fresh and delicious chocolate Eon covered ice Cream butter Cream peanuts and More too to mention at the Small sum of 10c per we will also sell chocolate chocolate Al chocolate chocolate Choco late Peanut Chi opiate Nouga tines and Christ Alired Walnut Bon the Small sum of 5c a Quarter of a do not think the Printer made a mistake in the above for they Are Snyders 10 cent store Andrews near t3 c o o 6 o 6 o 6 o o 9 6 o 6 o o 6 o 6 9 o o o 4 o o o 6 o t o o o i 6 i 6 t o o 6 o 6 6 i 6 o o o t 9 9 o o o o o o 9 it o o o o o o o 6 i Hare closed out my entire Stock of furniture at fair count and on and after March will have charge of the furniture department of the Fairmount store company at their Bethlehem thanking the Public for their very Liberal patronage in the i am with the Cap ital and other facilities Back in a better position to serve you than in the k Claud o o o 6 o o 9 6 6 6 9 6 6 6 o o o o o o 6 o o o o o 6 i 6 6 9 6 o 6 9 6 6 6 o 6 t 6 6 o 6 6 o i 6 o 6 o o 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 o o 6 6 6 o o o o 6

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