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rb* dan"' .it II. IJononlTM'" I lijj v ..» v-r lar^rly jtltnOi- \ri-\i letter, "t I..i r«ri*. « , ' n w " u » l The Boat uii-1 Chwipcst U ml wl.er- ysu will get tlic most your mousy IB a Problem that even-body is tmng to .soH,-. THE ANSWKI --Go to tor HAILIIr, WAGONER . COMPANY'S. HUT.. II tin "I il.ir.lMlltown. I* here on a rl-ll v - j i h n l J rrl.-ml-.i"d aoiU3lnt.inc.» Tin-1., 'II"-' UN) n i i p f i . n ih" hnmr.if Mrs. ji II l-.i-viTbur-tii.iy. J.LU 3.1. .U1JW.V- i"^' Ir.ri'i5l illilldi-d. Don" ink Chi'. Or.-d v . l U l h o K-I\ ·" 'he C h r l s i n u i ir-v If you rrc.ird »our p* "« «' uilud. O,iri-rii»l 14 irn^r.-inlni! HH'lv updi-r in* can-fill -.ilpi-rvHloii of .l.iy I.ilM. J mi, · Twiyleit .Hid ( V l l l l l i i i U . l i f .--l* f rliler. «t" IH -l fe'ilay 1 - here laul « TM k . j,r a n o M r , K,,.m.'UM,,Hb.o(Tr.u:.-,vWl- ,-rt r-',.n^ in 1*1- ' W'" 115 lhc IKUlt " rt V r Mid Mr. Mi-ln.lr,- " I l l ^l-briu- , lh , ll . lwt , 111 ,.. l irih wddlni! ..nmv.r-.iry I- r.- U v i-i mill,: 1 .rk'f *ild Jaim- ···«. «""- "' M l i U ' v ··""· rl » 1 ". l- The M trifling somu- Don't waste your hai.l wirm-d money on some l i t t l e piOBenUlmt IB pretty few a alioit time only. U h y not «» thing that is durable, and at tin- unm- tun.- Cheap and_Us_ejfuj? ____ You cBB^Tfind itnty'hing that is more- durable- for Christmas PresontB than the goods we carry. OVERCOATS, ULSTERS and FUR COATS TM i i » y l n - u «y. Th-ri- w m J iari at ibe r^vldctni- of lluilK'ni Wmidi~l ly e » r n l n K r I . I » I M pie LS in' t i m e In r»-porifd. Ml« Anna I'liiup, wh' ha.s h»i-n w Inil»i»-nil-n,- th-i.isi r» month" jt honi'i .it pr**vnt. The KhoottiiK nuwh wnwt was hel ' S.iiurdnv WJIH Iireely aiwndod and a good 1111 inbi r of Turk'Tt wer* dUponed ol. Pficr II.iiu .ind wife ont*rtaJnfd a larce coinpioy of Irleods at their home on New rl,-d r u t ai.il ih»- c b u n h n U l" d*-" 1 ' IV»U. l l J j v u n l Is v Initial.' Mr- H.-.U-Trtvi-r. ihb. vvtvk MU-i Xrllle U.i\f-r. "f l!en..sreo died I" 1 -! Thur.^Uv . AK'"I I' 1 X l ' l r - Mri. I. I). Hill I- verv - k U . i l inl-. "i HlnS Mr. nnd Air- Vjll lMl-.cn v-lsllwl In 'IT.iv-r SALE E SCHUCK'S All the tnlk in Ibf " o rl (1 ""'" n o t finvincf yon ao qnitKlv «s o m - t n R l ol DC Witt's Witch 1I.I7P1 Salve for calds, burns, bruises, k i n ' nffeotioni nd ,t such Low PriccB that will astonish you. ^ ^ Men's AH Wool Suits for Ss.0u and u p - i NMKWEAII maKea a very dosirable pieaent becuuse it i* L B eHnl 'Pretty and ohuiip. ^ AuyoE these nuiko u durable Present a,,d will not Distress yonr Pocket-book. They aro chon,, nn«l «nre to p] MB e. \Vo TMh to call your attention lo our Boy's and Youth's Clothing. AVc hiive n large oBHOrtoi-nl and will make price.-, in keeping with the timeH. In fact we will make special P" CP ^ n J^g'jJJJ m "'"'' H ~" w.'wOi"iniik" Prices Hint will Plouse Ton. in, Wagoner Company DEALERS III Fuller*. IMiu-ii .irr rtolnBa l»ud office u i K s i n iiuyln!! an.l tnlpidni: poultry thl" ler. 'lh»y «lil)r«'J ,"** pounds of di poultry the Ural »r law «,-^k him win -. j Ma^on ana l imlly. or Vsirsnaiiuwn f vMUnK wild frl'nd-. rtnd relsilv, 1 -. lu ihl Mr- A n i l r f w Moiini spni iilcw tl.iys wit · r p i r o n n I i i liid".pi.ndi!nci durlnp ihu hoi 15 H W i l l Illlion Hid Kri-d KI-DDHJ- flrori- to Has oml "u uuvlniv.s one. d j y 1 lit nci-v --Wood will be taken .it the I J KOG nss-llEViisw otlice on subscriptio JriuR il now. McG:iher,iu. Mt. Aubiirn News. Eapk- Center Items. MI*s Mtitlc- S| ( ,|iiu,l speul the holidays at Uojile ...lx MaisK' 1 ' Cahlinreinrni-d to Toledo. There -hr Is alwudlnff ht-hool. :fi r a i*n davs ML.'lLlon Mrs. Peitr Kit-in, who his been vi-ry sick tor .oini! tlino. Is rtcoM-rlnc Alln 1 . I)"- t«clv«-yL'ivr old il.iiiBhttror r E \IrfJ.irvuj-. Miullcslck with blllloUH fti-pr A l i lilt vvrlllllR Mrc. JOLll G o o i l f e l l o w , who u as inIckiTi w n l i p u r a l y H b ChrlHim.i-- nlchi. JH o'llln v e r y lo" . P 15 Mc(J.irl'|.y kbippi^l ilond nf citllc anil nnu of hogi to Ctili-i(« lat ««ek .'arii^H In ilils v i c l n l i y H a v e Utely n-irlveil letters v v h l u h KO on to HUte that a. medical In- ^illiilp In K iti,-v-lllc, 111, offers "10 irtf.naj'oune Inily u l i o l u H h i - i n an luvallil since ^:x years i i t a n i - U -hc cillci:LH ono million cancclli-il .unp reoulvliirj the- l e t t e r s Louistc Jingles Mrs «· DiTry who him Iwi-n ni In uuw gt-tiluE lelli r. C. H. Kflfiu Is luyl "I 1 nl11 ' Vl f h u H r v l u i u L i t to her luiinc il till" plucu. Mm Win S,ir«riii H on llw ulrli »»« A. HubllMt of Oil.il-1« l a U l l i K U" re "' ""·'· M,.Job«TI,oma B itnl »'lle -U bisr *MJ re ai. 8. BerryH. MlnsCeorKhi »nl S,in.ml u Scwton Hirned to school ILL W-uerluo. Minn May OaDorn wo» 11 ple«.«i visitor :.i B. Berry's Timiilny I-" 11 W a g u u r JJroh Ui'd .inoihrr Uif.ik uo»r ·i,li|cL delayed ilium lur HCVITH! d.iyn, H»vc you hL',in UK- n«« *hl»UB on the creaiuory^ II 1* ^ "Hii.ly ana iu« Imuor ui.iUor hno«.bu» to make H «)uu« What uo, B u fsciory or any lilml .iinouni u wIDioni a K l i n j T S L n l n h r o o h iind Will Sto«BlHH vil .._.jl!een ai Indi-iK'ntlcnua .uuiiilln),' iclioul arc .it liotiii! fnr a low dayo. ·Hit- WosiMirK r,iriiH.rs hiivupiirriirned U A. pcHKOMHlon Jiniunry 2. I"f «iill!iKliur vvlll .111 run it. MIMICI Coru Myi-r» ami Julia Glllnm, w h o ,iro .iLiiindlui; ricliuol ui Inilepeiulcni-c'. 1.11110 liomewiBiK'iMlClirl'ilm'iHand Nuvv Yi-vrs Mln» Kiln, lloinlg.of iniliiiwnilcDte, h vlsli- Intf rclntlvnH ai thl.s placi 1 \ V h l l u J u H S M n n i u r s «MH rnjoylnc h l n i N c l f s u i t i n g .itiliu l),'oii N'c» Yc jrn, his horao yoi mi IJiiilromnoiiievvliBrothjili, would lllw to KO homo 1 , huncp I i hrolii; loose and siarlL-d lor homo in a good rjiu, mnashlnB thf c.ut lo and lcivlii(! ,IenH and Ills ht-nt plrl u ar- . . , . I | in lorwnril ii iiainps 10 tlio yotmj! lady ind maid- thrc'c loplea of the loucr anil scml to dinc.-piu p.irilpfc. r tbom to do the » ililir TUIs «· Iwllevu to !)!· i raU«, pure and fclmph. w b l i v l i orlylnalfjl In Hie ferille mind or snrnc sl.imp cnllecuir. · Tin: ln.iuilll.ili! .mil nolveless fool of lime" ji i-n ( ., mother milestone In the 10115 march i n n i r d s l h e lutnre, .Hid we speak ol the old Froni tbe Sur. --Mrs N*i-nip PMrryvisiteil [n«ii'J-fi" La 1'orte Iiist v\eek. -quire R»lvli,of Li' 1'orte. was (long business in our i it\ Monday. -- \d. Luptoii mid w i l e spent Xe» Veiirs with Iriends ;it rfliellsinirg -- Horn, 10 Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H r o w n near Uillespie. Friday, Dec 23th, boy. --Mrs. Davii, her dnii(rluer Ellie and son Porter, look dinner with -Isis la via near Urandon Tu("dn'. --Chris Peterseu and bride move into Mrs. Knapp's property north ot town, in the Tjeur f u t u r e _ Chester Kawaon viaiteil liis parents ot Cedar liiipids ,-)unda. He s-iys Ins father went to St Loin' Monday. --Rev. Johnson, of Urljuna. commenced a series of meetmes at the ChriHti.in church of this plrire Thursday e v e n i n g , Jan. 3d. to be continued over .Sunday. to Frank \Vv-libU-r Calkins moved lo Mil first of Hie week and into tin- property. -- Marrn-d--On last Sabbath evening ]usl alter Uev. Sweanngen finished his sermon at the M. K. cliurch, Mr. Christopher Peterson led Mias Clara, eldest d a u g h t e r of James Abbott, to Lhe l l y m e n i a l Alter, and Dr. Sweann- (ten pronounced the words thai made them one for life. List Thursday. M-iukee, \Vi3 , the U'elister moved The largest line of HOLIDAY DRY GOODS ever produced in La Porte. All silt handkerchiefs 5c, \vorth 25c; 25o worth 51x5; 49 worth 51.00. Muffles at the same reduction. SPECIAL DEMOUNT SALE OF LADlEi CLOAKS. S20 00 Garments at 513. f; $13.00 Garments at $1.0; §10. Garments i. $6.25 to close out ! MENS CLOTH1IJG DEPARTMENT, Overcoat Sale from this iu to close. $15. .coats at $12; $12. coats at $8.50 $10. coats at $6.50 We have a nice Assortment of very fine Dress Overeats which we will sell at a low figiie. Come and see our MAMMOTH tock of underwear and Gent's furmhmg goods. The prices will sell tfem. i Yours for Honest \oods and Low Prices, i ivo homo In the Iwii manner rKMnlble. --SmHll ill si/.e, great in results: l)t Wltfn LUlle K»rly llibers Heat pill ulused iind joiulihil ,Linl , ihu now year as coming. iiH. upon IIH Some of us Tliv)oungpi!0pl»nl nils placu »pcui n vury enjoyable evunlni! at iho burnt' of A- ·'· Dlnbop Tuesday. A Lilly pull WU.H lno.ulm.nl in. -L W. Koulk, Cbni Hull, mid Jack CuuhniEiii, our Ixmlne Klco club, K-» v « au onuiruilnnioiU it C. H. KCKIVQS lust MonUny H D Helsinki hl13 1)0 " lhe e s n l holidwa horo rciurnud 10 CliluiBo Ibur-,tlay iw B BluUltH In dunlUlry. lor conatipiiuoii, best (or aick liead- ai-lie. hest for sour SlouMcli. ^ Ul.in- c l i u i n e L'V McUalmrati Spring Creek G l e a n i n g s , in i-civuil luo livH' for hint weeU. lill. I ' l l O O I I K H H - R K V i t W . W h J l h.lU b«!OIJlC o/ y u u i bprlug Cruel! corrinpomlenL W- h-.vo walled long 10 hear lomuihlag from lluzi'.iriru Olory. U u t thus lir ho fjll» to put In hlu n| nuurunt-e. Ptthuiis hu Is under 'hs aaiv at ov. uih. Hovuvi:r, If you don i object w o mlghl pom you u llulu uu the h.ippaiilnga our llulu vllliigi! --Wood will be taken at the I'uoo- BESS-KEVIEW oilice on tuhacriplion, t now. Brandon Items. Harry FrlnU Is an"" » lcls * 1111 Ll " 1|{ r ° v * r ' A. pUy will Lu Blvcn In till) 0. A. II. Hall uy bomn lalcnt, Saturday ovonlng. January W l,ln)o Clara 1'ccli In hick ol ScarloL nun AH tliu youiiKlitoplo In and .11 omul our vli In- Hy, niHint New YcarH .11 iho taiynii i-katlnt;. Kvunotio owned lu li-.n'« a K«xl ilin« ilouk Mid Wllnon h.iU .1 Jur trl.il In iho hall iho last any of ihc old yi'.ir. HuoU w.m A Oubtor to Wilson. W. A Alter! la in*kliiK « Indow «liutt( r^ for In .ill. l l i l r l j . sc.mt llfty and the most L ,,. of ui sovciity of lliese annlverH^rles. ll IH bin .1 small number considering how last ilwy si-uin 10 tome upon u . s u s « * g r n w Into I l l l d d l P l t f r ··Y.,.irs folloivlUK ye r.s RioM n o m M h l n g e v e r y ila. M List Ihoy alcul in from OUTS^IV^H ,i«.ij. M v n i u c m L o goon us ir they never expected loilli; Thoy do not put away the playihlnKn of childhood and eondiici ihemaulvo-i ivlth the wisdom of mnuhhood utitll man golden op- 1W rtuiilLli;H ,irc- gone. Ibcy licep on sccklni? i h n n L - i l i l i i i n d vanlileH of life lonf .t(ter ihi- pcii^lblllLN o t u e n u l n c onjoymunt Is over II 1^ ivi.11 itni HIPP In'" .i calender lo compclua o noli- ihc PCH-IIIR nf thu yc.ire. and 10 hrlng o us a realizing Mnso mat there .vro nccta ary iiirulni; iiolnti In lire- Rev W. J. lilrby'n lociurcui. Me Caraicl n JH Nuw VciirunlKht \v as -Mtendcd hy a lurco iud The manner In which this young dl luh'indlcd hlH subjdct, proved hlni 10 lit) a u -.U.ohir ^nd nn orator el the highest de n.iio. lliii"e who ailcnded from a dlnianc w o r a K«v -t Klrhy, of Groeno, (brother of th HpyitliBr): Dili-lie, of Walcirloo; John Dun an Aim i Dpuuherlj. of Greene. Tho little diimfhlur of John McChuue Jr., who liiiB u e o n v u r i a l c u j n now ablB 10 he alioul .Mru J n. Uurso unil children, ol liiuicroft ICoisKth Co , vlaliluif hor iiarcnta. Mr. and MrB \V. F. Tuylor. of lluchannii couniy. M(«« Clurk. of IjaPortu, lu iciichlnK » verj i f u l lerm of Hcliool lu dlnirlct iNo I bun la ulTliiK sillBliicllon na a teacher and will snon r.mk as one rimouK ihc xood Kiachurs of our cuiinty, Mla.s Cnalcn, of Eagle Oouuir, IH leAchlni^ln No 8. She Is Blvlni; good »,itla(;iclluu, la .1 llior iiiuh acholiir nnd a Htaiifl Instructor W» ._ aru unublo 10 an) tinythliig of iho oihcr nve , jj| lluc |, a i m ; \, AlcGalierun druggists. ulnlilcls, M we don't liiiow who lire icj ' ' --··I know an old soldier who lia chronic diarrliojit of long standing t luivi' been permanently cured by ta kingOhainberlHln'H Colic and Diarir.o: Hemi dy," says Ed Shumpik, a urom int-uc druggistof Minneapolis, M i n n "1 have sold ihe remedy iD this city lo over -BVBII vears rtnd congidsr it supe uir to any other medicine now on th m i u k i H for bowel complaints." 25 and iOr tun ties of this remedy for sain by [truce School y,inthly repoit o( Sub-district No. 5, Unite township, Hen ton Co., Iowa. Tdtril No. enrolled 33; No. d a y s t a u g h l 1U, tntiil altundunc MUM da\s; tolrtl iibaeime 100M d-iys; average d i n l y attendance 27 oS-7li; Xo, of cases ol ti.nliness 12. ThB tollowini? Are the mica of imiiils who were not tardy uring the month ending Pec. 28: Lena W i t t , Jerry iVitt. EcnmJi W i t t , etur Witt; SAiah ILarly. Mary Miller, BITV Miller. Muble Miller. Edgut Milr, (jiiy .See, Ray See, Amy Ste, Simon verstetter, John Kerstetter, Keiateiter; Glate Iliiislett, Clara etl, Kc), aieister, Uertha Meister, Ru«a leister,' Dell.'. i'.WStcr; L-~:\:s. li'iiiyon, lavritrd Ruuyon.Chiis liiiiiyon The lollowing is « li-it ,if thoac who vere not ubaent d u r i n g the inontli SCHUCK I buy my shoes at, W. It SGHITZ GO'S. W4Y? endinsi Bee. 28: John Kurstetter, W i l l a r d Hais.li, lerty Wilt, E m m a W i t t , Guy .see; Clato UftiHleti, niar,i Haialeti, riar.ili Early, Mary Miller, Harry M i l l e r , he Mi-ister. AllTIlUB STUI.I., Ti-acher. Because I can get Hter Shoes and Gent's Furnishings at tit reliable store than anywhere els Lot fl) 8 pairs Ladies W-sLt Plain. ' (2) 14 pairs Laldies Welt Ti n La Porte City. 3.00 ind $1 O" 1 'I '' v 'i Ji.50 3.00 and 4.00 down to ............. ' 2SO (3) 9 pairs Ladies T i gh Cut 93.50 dovva to. Plain toe, t o p ' 4 " 1 '""" w - Aolinr Van Sklkc, ol V l u l o u , wan In »ur vll- liL^o Monday. PUISteukman bos iv new workm.in in kin shop. A l V u M l r i l K o n l K agulu at honn- lor a fovi day«. Tlio italics In tlmO A. K hal!Clirl«una" Kn. them Tin- I'lirlHlmns lric;.al the Ccdnr Uund chool IIOUSB MnndiLy cvoiiliiK w.n invcly .1 uccepa The tr"u W.IH p u i m t l f n l l v .nr.mKeU mil hidcuwltn nlco .ind costly presuiitn. T'IO xcrclncd vvoru iipi'iii'd with prayer by Kuv- A. 3- Ucnchlei- luok a. Uulncni I r l p lo Ind Our BChoolK were closed CLtl*ttiia« nuiV St Moorevlllc llem«. Moororllli, la., Vac. K, 19». Mr. .mil Min A. I). L.iwytr h])i)nt Clirlalni-is HU [ili'iulBluDyaart. V i t C a i i i p l a l l wasaTolL'doc.illcr Momlny. T A. 1'irrv did lniiluc»s In Ccdjrllaiddi the tlvst. Ii.irt of the vvor,'- l^iivvl-s l-""".i of C.iVhoim Co. If making mi fxiumled Mill w l n i frloudii aiMoorcvlllc. Mr. :iua lr» M. J, Hurrlnnion rciumod home Thiirwlaj 'roln ,1 vlsiiwllh friends in MISH Jlalliv Slcckuian »|iciil Ihc holiday ·wlLh hor Irleml. Mrs. W. A Allwn Elvan Itowwi) 1 h w o a Lilly frh-ud vlililnj; tbcin. Thfl T O. O. K. boys hail .1 npcrcli anil a Bupjwr lu tlio hall WoOnnsday (svenlng Jan. 3. Mr ana Mrs Jurats llari we rojolclns ovor Lhelr' New Years glli. which wrlved In Ihc form ol a baby boy. , Mrs. Mary N»J«ot 1" on the ilck lint. " Johuny Elliott and Davis BlacU Hiivemu- cli»seil a now drilling miwiilne. Ellas Poats and WlW fed'tcd In the coiin- \\alkcr. aftci which a lengthy ,urJ wrll ar- rKugi^d program W :LB c i r r l v d out A f t e r tliai Kldtr C'onl«s, of Ixi I'onc. lu a (O-A- well ilioaim i worda, cniiTtnlncd iho young pooplc ind thn llllle tolk» for t«eni mli ulcr, Tl"'n ihc dls- irlbiivlou of angles, c-md) avu'. porn-ntn halls wutt LhoroiiHlily uujoycd hv cvt-ryuuv present l he tree It;lni4 l ullt-vod of Us vvulght ol books, rlnRi. vv atchoB, Handkerchief.. dolN eluplmnia, Ml"-) Nolllu Maxtor, ol Gon »eo. Is lying very *ud In Inci iilinosl evuryihhiK ImiiglnaWt, iho low w i t h Quirk Conniinipil«n. (.rowik'il holme w:i.sdlHUil»SL'.l unil wo all w e n t ] ^^ S;VTn coiilns lu snjoylng a visit from hwncrglololnK, hoping thin ChrlHlniiii) would ' coinr .i^nm In Ai'fll. \ our o'.d rrloud. AJAX. Obimory Mis. Jrfcna Matilda H u b u . (nee llahr) ditd at hurhorae at N u w b e r r y , Lycora- m C o I'enn,, after a briet illness, of quick' consumption, being beadfas only three iveeka, Ifc. 27, 1894. Mr. Levi llahr. Un,r father, nrrived at her home only w mingle teara of slid ness, while bertma of peaje and jo shone from the lifislesa form ol his dear girl. Iler 1(131 words were the Lords' will le done and she neut to sleep so calm. She was it true Christian, u beloved wife aud dfvoted mother. Her death has cast a gloom over thoae she loved on earth, but she isal rest-, swe«t rest,"Irom which none ever ivabc to weep." Sue was born In Kocton. Vernon Uo. Wia., March 5, 1802. and died Dec, 27, 1894' hh« came with her parents lo IM Porte In May 1870. where she was united in marriage to Mr. A a h e r W . , Nov 1,1881. They ice mediately --One woril Uescribea It--"perCoc- ion." W e r c l e r lo Du Witt's Witch lazel Salve, cures obstinate sore l»nrn», shin discAses and Is a well piles, ttlanchniud BUM ii»« ro McL«lsh, who Is a student at Coe College, apont iho UoHaa/s »t homr, jlm Jinks, or Ml. Anbuni. wan In our locul- . f,~r. BU)8*1 WM 1» town Ui« latter pan o liJrsliiw. MlKs.Vury Casey, who IH worUlnK lu Vlnlon. Mr. A N. Slewarianrt daughter, of Toledo, v-Nltcd in Charles SU-wan's lustweek. (1) 9 · 1 (5) '^ · (0) aa · ( 7 ) 6 1 (8) 3 " (9) 35 " (10) 15 " (12) 7 '· (13) 8 " (U) 13 " (15) 9 " (HI) 7 " (17) 13 " (13) 12 JJOO down to '·' J r t f l d 400 down 10 2-00 down to S 2 - 00 \vn to 2 -°° Jl 00 and 4 O'l ilo-.vn to 1 50 ,, c irilOOand 3.00 ilown to 1-SO (J. o. ^y Hand tifd ?*·'** down to 2 50 f nairaot llightoUon 825U cl"wn to.. KHl Ilej- 00 aQd 250 dolvu to ' Kid to Gt. Sp.| 5 -- w QCnv " to Welt bjP ' 255 down t o --,to 13 WOO dnwo . of \A Potws. Xmw »t mown cure tor McUahemi. Shady Grove Newilati. Krod Kenney purchased a Hne drltlng horse one diy laat week. F. J. Scbmie ir»n»»eteilbualnB»a In LaPorio City lust Saturda). Mm. Shepherd, ol lUlnole, Is ependlng i wlnt.r BI Pet*r Ham 1 *. -, m'oru returned to Ykiikton, S. Da- W \V. SniHH'- Mr. Willis CmirrhlU and bride, of nnrUng- ton, eainc home lo spi-nd Ihe holld-iys- jlri H. E. llnrrlnnion Lsonjoylng a ^rlsU Irom her mother and Brother, of i-uiedo. I. John Mvere camo down from Hartley and U shaking hands with old friends. Elmer Best Mid Dotos CbuichUI. -who are av tcndlng school ai Iowa Oliy, =amo horn* to spend the holld»ys Mr. .T. Kahl Sr.. who has Been very sick, I Improving. p. V. Harrington, ot Keystone, baa Men spending n'ew days !»t Koystone- 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. B. McKay vbjtod at 0. B- H»y ·ward's UiU WMV. , . Eovedlo Willi»rasi ort, 1'enn., where she has alnce resided. (N.wbei-ry la n suDerb of Williamflport) She leaves U, mourn her loss n husband, five child r e n . W her, one stater o n d U w broth ers, and many dear friends. S h n K l U b e remembered by m a n y friends In La P-nle, TM she. with her |,,nb«id and r»«"y. a P eot lhe ^' of 1881 with hut parents here. Uer mother di=d soon after her return 10 me. "A preciovis one from us has gone; A voice we loved, is stilled; A place IB want in her home, "Which never can tie filled. l p 20 pairs of Childa LJ*» ·hoes. «*e 5 to 9, i LSD down to . - - ChildsK Dr.Price's Cretm B«M»I ?**_*« ". 5 to 8*. 51.00, down to .1.25 .1.25 .1.30 .1.30 .1.25 ...50 ...'25 ,...50 ...50 ars for Business, . IJSCHUTZ A Co= The Cash Shoe Man. Re pair in Glass man. Neatly Be by a First-

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