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low- stock. more to i to fur much fox to to to all- garni sold. ecqn- to goods by for $i a bei gloVCS, anrt 'V'y-rral Were were n ,. Berlin, and ,.„,, you J »' OU Mycrstown AEatters. MYEIISTOWN, Dec. 24. It should he remembered that shooting game on the Union cemetery is forbidden, as some of the tombstones have alreaCd^r been defaced by stray sliot. Be careful witli the heaters, as.accj.-; dent* are already being chronicled wheres families have been almost suffocated " tbe escape of gas. "How to treat women" is the title oT a newspaper article. Head lines are often deceptive. Some women like to be treated with consideration, others with atfectiou, and there are still others who like to be treated to—Christmas presents. There is entirely too much car jumping going on by boys at the depot, and a stop should be made to it or soma day we will be called upon to chronicle a fatal accident. Those in authority should attend to this matter.-' The Goose-neck serenading club is to make its appearance to-night. - "Wo only hope that they will remember that it is Christmas Eve aud not the eve of frolicing. Let nonsensical songs be laid aside for to-night. ; A number of our would-like-to-be cowboys cowboys have made arrangements to go to the far west in the near future. It is rumored that the Main street barber vrill give a grand opossum dinner to his many friends to-morrow. Christmas will be observed as usual by all our.Sunday schools. The United Brethren, Evangelical and Reformed schools Trill celebrate to-morrow evening and Frieden's Evangelical Lutheran on Sunday evening. The decorating and festooning will not be ou so large a scale, lint tlio ]irograni» to bu cai ricd out will :it; be grand, especially as to the music, as ail the schools claim to bo superior in this feature. We are glad to see so much enthusiasm in this respect, as a Sunday *i-'.it>!>l \vthout good music is merely nothing. < >u tiie program of tlie Reformed school we tind a recitation by Miss Minnie Hertzitr and an address by Harvey Kil- mi r, and we know that they will do credit fe.> themselves as well as to the school which they represent. The program of the Evangelical school is (Juite lengthy, and among the scholars -who will deliver speeches and addresses we find Alice Woorner, Lillie Binkley and George Weomer, and we can not forget that little boy with his smiling countenance, Clyde Black. With their exercises in charge" of Revs. Kemble and Black, who have the children at heart, they are sure to be a success. The program of the U. B. school is also quite lengthy, the principal addresses addresses being by Rev. J. P. Smith, Prof. J. E. Lynn, of Lebanon Valley College, and O."K. Albright. This festival will be, as those heretofore have been, a decided decided success. The program of the Lutheran Lutheran school is a special one, also, the exercises exercises opening aud closing with a processional processional aud recessional hymn. The singing will be under tbe direction of Superintendent A. n. Carmany. Miss Agnes J. Frantz will preside at the organ and Charles "Weirick, a member of the Acme band, will play the cornet. The addresses, we suppose, will be delivered by the pastor. PITTICUS P. II. mediate Dr. II. "I have and very WE'LL Warm, "Wire See See gold Dress A A for mas say-so; your up; value S. E. Open

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 24 Dec 1886, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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