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                             •- PreaoWag by the pastor at 10:30 a.
                                                                              FORMERLY LIVED HERE
                                                                              A sSetch of interest appeared this
                                                                            weelc in the Statf},
                                                                            Y. M. C. A., in ri
                                                                                                                                          CENT A WORD
                                                                                                                                                                      Ads. under this head 1 cent a Vyord
                                                                                                                                                                       each time. No advertisement less
                               m. and 3 p. m.         -- -                                                                               Admiring Public of             than 15c. Cash must accompany
                                                                            Jenkins, a former Newark                                                                    advertisement.
                                 Sunday school at 11:45 a. m.               brother of the late Thomas                                  New Remedy.
           Br                    Epworth League meeting at 6 p. m.          It reads as followB, under th                                                                       1~
           Br ^                                                                                                                                                       H O U 8 E S - f o j e a t e'*1M*J wtflli or
                                 All are cordially welcome.                 ing:                                                                                         witsout imprevenents. Money te
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           Wi'T'                 The regular monthly-business meet-
                               ing of the _Epworth League will be
                                                                                  A Unique Life of Service.       ,              UNIVERSAL             PANACEA.          KM.      lUl-tButIItlMSt,W.i.
                                                                                                                                                                         Afflijrary.                     -     mt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  After the busy Holiday trade we find several
                               held a t ' the home of • George Golds-
                               worthy, 113 South Main street, Fri-
                                                                       The story of the West Detroit! De-,
                                                                    partment of the. Young Men's Christ- The "Knock 'Em Out"- Troohe' Com-                            AUTOMOBILES FOR HIBE—'Phone                            broKen lots of Merchandise.
                               day evening, Jan. 2nd, a t 8 o'clock.
                                                                    ian Association is the story of a man bines" All the. Healing Virtues of
                                                                    who, while on his way from Buffalo P. J.'» Twenty-seven Different Cures,
                                                                                                                                                                         Jay ,Wright,-,18W,
                                                                                                                                                                      FOR SALE—My large corner lot, eight
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  t h i | applies particularly to our SHIRT WAIST
                               Refreshments will be served.
                                 The Y. W. H. M, S." will meet with
                                                                    to Omaha to engage in business, Stop- Startling Testimonials.
                                                                    ped off at Detroit to visit with friends
                                                                                                                                                                         rods frontage on Miller street, eleven
                                                                                                                                                                      - rods on Hoffman street, with house                   department and in order to clean up we offer you
                              Miss Edith Brown, Grant street,, o a  and was induced to remain as secre-
                                                                    tary for the _new]y established Associ- {Copyright, X813, by Associated Literary,
                              Wednesday, Jan.- 7, a t 3 o'clock. Sup-
                                                                                                                           By M. QUAD.                                   and barn.. Cornelius P. Soverhill.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             "15tf           the following:
                 -            per will be served at 6:15. Program                                                             • Press.]                               FOR SALE-—To cjose estate, house
                                                                    ation. Since 1878 the power^ of a
                                                                                                                  T has been my hope a n d ambition                      corner Washington" and ' Maspn                      LADIES LINEN TAILORED W A I S T S , regular $2.50 and $3.00
                              In the" evening. Leader, Miss Genth-  strong, Christian personality has been                                                               streets. John S. Sheffield.          18tt               Waists for                           '..                    $1.50


                                        Christian Science.
                                Service Sunday a. m., at 10:30 in
                                                                    evident in that work and will continue
                                                                    to be so long as the secretary retains
                                                                                                                    for years past to combine my
                                                                                                                    twenty-seven different 'cures for
                                                                                                                    the ailments of mankind Into a,
                                                                                                             single one and thereby save the ex-
                                                                                                                                                                      FOR SALE—Horses and cows. L. M.
                                                                                                                                                                         Pratt, R, D..2, NewarkT Telephone
                                                                                                                                                                         &iF5.                             22w2p
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Silk Tailored and Longerie Waists, regular $1.98 to $2.50 for     1.19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Voiles and Muslin Lace Trimmed Waists, regular $1.50 to $1.69 for D8C
                                                                      Isaac G. Jenkins became not only pense of tens of thousands of bottles,                         FOR RENT—To small family, half of                      Embroidered Muslin and Lace Trimmed Waists, regular $i.25 for     89c
                             the DuBois Block. Subject, "God,"      the secretary of an Association which boxes, corks and labels to help to re-                         double house, 32 W. Miller St. ?2Q
       1                        Service Wednesday evening a t 8 erected the first building' in the world duce the high cost of living..                                  per month, John S. Sheffield.        22tf           White and Linen Colored Waists, regular 75c Waists for            69c                                                       TSTSSTH
                             o'clock.                                                                          I have got it!                                         #OR SALE—*Cheap, very fine marsh
                                                                    for t h e specific use of railroad men,
                                                                                                               It's marvelous! It's stupendous! It's                                                                         Job Lot Embroidered and Lace Trimmed Waists, 5J3c an 59c for...   39c
                                The public is" welcome.             but he be"came a unique figure in gigantic!                                                        • hay for feedin% or bedding. C. B\
                                                                    Railroad Association history. He has I t reads like a fairy tale, and yet t h e                      Hoeltzel.                         23wlp
                                            St; HVIark's.           directed that work with rare Skill, cold facts are there!                                          BOARDERS AND LODGING—Mrs,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   All our Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats Furs at 25% Discount
                                Services a t St. Mark's church next tact and foresight and the Associa- My consolidation Is a troche called                             William Stewart, at No. 3 William
             M               Sunday will be conducted by the Rev,. tion today is not only an influence in "Pilgrim Joe's Knock ' E m Out," and                          St., first-house east of Episcopal                                        GEORGE C. FOULTON                                                                                          <-**
                             F, W. Feary, the new rector, who Will the lives of the 300 or more railroad doctors and druggists all over the coun-                       church.                      £3wl
                             assume charge of the parish from men who make it their rendezvous • try are shaking in their shoes. It Is
                             January 1st, 1914.                     but it has developed a community going to knock them out as well as                               FOUND—A vanity bag, corner ot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              The Dry Goods, Coat and Carpet House of Wayne Co,
                                                                    wide interest, which is giving its
                                                                                                             the- ailments of mankind.                                  Main and High Sts. Inquire at                »    Main and Miner Streets                     NEWARK, N.V.
                                                                                                               No bottles, no paper boxes. Put up
                                             Christian.             work a' two-fold character—that :t in half ounce green paper packets and                            Courier Oflice.           23wl
                               The Willing Wockers Society will ministering to railroad men as well as
                             meet with Mrs. M. B. Allen on Wed- to the increasing foreign population                                                                  ment and ho w ~E5s "her "husband" under
                             aesday afternoon. Jan. 7.              which is centering within a stone's                                                               such control that be dasn't say boo.
                                                                    throw of the building,                                                                                     Doctors Grot In Wrong.                                                                «»»»«*«*im<«i««*»*«*»«sit*****»»*»«**»*»****»*»*it»
                                            Universalist. '                        The relation of Secretary Jenkins                                                   ~Mr^McAdoo of Delaware was told by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         LIFE INSURANCE
                               Morning service al/10:30. Sunday
                             school at 11:45. Mr. Bucknef wishes
                             to meet, entire class on Sunday.
                                                                               with his members—with all railroad
                                                                               men, in fact—has always been one of
                                                                                                                                                                      three^different doctor^ that he had
                                                                                                                                                                      Brlght's disease and^could only live
                                                                                                                                                                      five days, four hours and twenty-seven
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GLEAN UP SALE
                                                                               intense human, personal qualities. The                                                 minutes. He was making his will                    The Northwestern Mutual
                               League meets * i t h Mrs. 0. H. AI-
                             lerton on Friday, Jan. 2, a t 2 p. m.
                                                                               time was when he rode about the
                                                                               city distributing newspapers, and mag-
                                                                               azines left* in his care among railroad
                                                                                                                                                                      when a« boy fetched him a packet of
                                                                                                                                                                      Knock 'Em Outs from a cooper shop.
                                                                                                                                                                      After taking one be tore up the will,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Life Insurance Co.                                                          INVENTORY
                                               Evangelical.                    men who otherwise never would have                                                     which had left everything to his moth-                 The Largest-Purely American
                                  Service Sunday, Jan. 4: Preach- seen such things. The secretary .still                                                              er-in-law. . After taking the second be                            Company                       We have some odd ends to close out and
                              ing by the pastor, Rev. A.. Schlenk, continues a practice which he. began                                                               called, the doctors horse thieves and
                              at 10:30.        Sunday school a t ' 12 jears,ago—that of distributing-flower^                                                          New York state senators. With the
                                                                                                                                                                      third troche all signs of Ms ailment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Pays the Largest Dividends                 will make the following low price for
                              o'clock. T. P. "AV meeting a t 6:15 p. every week among the sick or injure,                                                                                                                          and has the Lowest „
                              a , At 7 p. m., Rev. rt C, Meckel of railroad men in the hospital." Th-
                                                                                                                                                                      vanished, and he now sees no reason
                                                                                                                                                                      why he shouldn't live to be a hundred                              Net Cost.                            Cashuntit January 10th.
                              Erie, Pa., general secretary of the [railroad company delivers, a box n                                                                                                                        Issues Ordinary Life, 20-Pay-
                              Missionary Society, will officiate in dowers regularly to the Association.
                                                                                                                                                                      years old.                                                                                            A lot of Snow Snovels at                       IOC
                              the interest of the cause of Mission- building and Mr. Jenkins sees, tha
                                                                                                                                                                         Remember that these troches are                     ment Life and Endownjent                        10 Quart Galvanized Pails at.                 16o
                                                                                                                                                                      prepared under the pure food and drug                  Policies; also Term Insurance
                             aries. -                                          they are properly placed, at the sami                                                  act, which virtually says that as long                                                                 12 Quart Galvanized Pails at                  18c
                               - T h e Ladies' Aald will meet witli- •Jme taking occasion to drop a kindl;                                                             as railroad spikes are not" one of the                for Protection only at a very
                             Miss E. Stevens, Jan; 7, at-2:30 p. m. word or say a prayer at a bedside                                                                 ingredients of a remedy it is all right.               Low Cost. Corporation and                       14 Quart Galvanized Pail at            '..... 2 0 c
                                                                               And how warmly those confined me>                                                         Judge Callahan of Missouri was                      Partnership Policies a Special                 25 cent Mittens and Gloves                     21c
                                                                               Jo remember the flowers—and Jen THERE WAS A PI/CQ TOBACCO AT THE TOP.                  about to sentence a prisoner to death
                                              Nevln Class.
                                                                               kins! You .can heal and forget t tied with a red string. You hand over                 for holding a straight flush in a poker                Feature.                                        50 cent Mittens and Gloves                    42c
                                                                               wound, but the memory of a flows a dime and that closes the_deal. You
                                                                                                                                                                      game when his honor fell .from.the-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Will Mail reply in answer to                "fl^OrMittens and Gloves...                    85c
                                  The Nevln Class irad a most enjoy-                                                                                                  bencifW"th"e floor and gave one or two
                              abje meeting last Sunday and" their-|
                                                                                md a kindly word abides forever.                t-dont get home to - find that, you have
                                                                                                                                                                      kicks and was snpposed to be dead.                     any request for Rates, Etc.                 . " 25c Blitz Metal Polishing Cloth                10c
                                                                                                                                   bought a bottle of hair dye or a pack-
                                                                                                                                                                       There was great confusion, and it was
                              quartette and orchestra, which has                                                                                                                                                                                                             Waldorf Toilet Paper large rolls 6 for 2 5 c
                             just been organized, gave very pleas-
                             ing music. This is intended to be a
                                                                                            Union Bible Class.
                                                                                                                                   age of flea powder Instead of the great-
                                                                                                                                                                      only the prisoner that kept his head.
                                                                                                                                   est cure since the world "was a footHe stooped over the body, pried the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         C . A . CLEVELAND, Agent                            Scott Sanitissue Toilet Paper 25p
                                                                                                     ~<t     .                     square.                             locked teeth open with his jackknife,                                 Phone
                             permanent feature of these interest-
                                                                                   The people of "Kewarli are to have                 No liquid is" needed to help swallow
                                                                                                                                                                       and after inserting .one of my troches                                                                    Package...                                 19c
                             ing men's meetings and. this coming                                                                   one of my troches, and therefpre there
                                                                                                                                                                       he heroically stepped back.                           12 Church St. Newark, N. Y.                     Scott Tissue Towels; regular 50c.,.32c
                             Sunday the orchestra will have sev- i rare treat this winter in a course o. Is. no excuse whatever for a patient
                                                                                                                                                                         In Ave minutes Judge Callahan had
                              eral pieces added, which will make it .Synthetic Bible Study, beginning nex stepping into a saloon or keeping whis-                      taken his seat again, and upon "being                                                                 All Heating Stoves 1 0 p e r c e n t , discount.
                             worth while to attend the class to Tuesday evening, Jan. 6th, at 7:30 p ky in the house. Knowing that thou-
                             hear the music'alone, to say nothing m., in t h e Baptist church. The teach sands of them would be swallowed by
                                                                                                                                                                       shown" he changed the sentence to                                                                     All Horse B l a n i e t s 1 0 p e r o e n t . discount.
                                                                                                                                                                      'ten days in a dining car. His honor
                             of the interesting talks which a r e ar is Miss Grace Davis of, Bogtofli t r a i l e r s on Jie, ..desert a n d explorers                hsays *that one troche sa-vie'd his life,
                             given.                                            Mass. There will b e a course of ten oh a visit to t h e poles, I made them             and he has ordered a barrel of them.                                                            A large Counter of various articles at 1-2
                                                                               weeks' study. Sun4ay school-teacher.. with a slippery outer coating. Just
                                  At the meeting this coming Sunday, Are especially urged to come. Tht I'tmrke the proper. motions and down,
                             January 4th, there will be booklets class Is for young . people and men they go like glass beads..,
                                                                                                                                                                                        Lost Greased Pole Contest.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Deacon Arnold of Wisconsin,- a man
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to 2-3 regular value
•^3                          distributed to every man present, giv- and women of all ages. This is not a
                             ing the subjects to be discussed in a
                                                                               Jenominational- class, but a union ol
                                                                                                                                             .On Sale Everywhere.                 eighty years old and regarded as the
                                                                                                                                      The Knock 'Em Outs will be on sale soul of integrity, writes us that he was                                                         It will pay you to look them over.
                                                                                                                                   In dry goods stoires, groceries, carpenter one of the greased pole contestants at a

                              general way for the coming year.
                                                                                ill churches, Christians and nou shops, blacksmith saeps> real estate late county fair. There was a plug pt
                              Every man who i s interested i n this
                              class should be present, in order to
                              get one of these booklets; as the sup-
                                                                               Christians.       Come and Jearn tht offices, etc., as well- as in drug stores, tobacco at the top, and the deacon, de-
                                                                               Book. It requires no study of th> and they will form a part of the stock termined to claw it off or die trying.
                             ply is limited. The members of the lesson, only a reading of the chapters is to have them a t band and take them out of plug for a whole week.
                                                                                issigned. It is a work every busy
                                                                                                                                  of newsboys and bootblacks. The idea                                                   E
                                                                                                                                                                                  In fact, he had to have it. having been"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Y E S T E A I N , Nerve-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    strain and Head-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             aches relieved by accur-                  W. E. COOK
                              Contest Committee are planning a                                                                    early.                                            While nearing- the top of the pofe,
                              banquet to be given to the winning man and woman can accomplish with The fixed price is 25 cents a package. however, his hands slipped and he                                                  ately made glasses, are
                              side, this banquet to be held very a little effort. The first lesson is in Don't try to beat It downv No reduce came down \vith an estimated force
                             soon, and full details of which will Genesis, chapters 1 to 11 inclusive tlon to ministers. I have been giving of 20,000 pounds to the square acre. aggravated b y inaccur-
                             be given at the* regular class meet- Read it twice if possible. Bring Bible, them discounts on my. remedies for He was pronounced as dead as a bump
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            HARDWARE CO.
                             ing January 4th, and it is expected lote book and pencil and come pre- years and have found that their ser- dumped into the take home
                                                                                                                                                                                 on a log. and his widow had got him         ately made glasses. Read
                                                                             , !&red to be not only interested bu mpns were no better for it.
                              that this.^11 be one of the • m o s i S n ^ r t t c t e d . T h e H               f       ;                                                        when a drummer who was flirting with this again and consider
                                                                                                                                     By reading the following testimonials
                             joyable events of the season, as t h e r e ' .ractive Book ever written, but it i you get a fair idea of what t h e Knock a milliner in "the crowd paused long that our glasses a r e ac-
                             .are many prominent speakers who t mine of h*dden treasure that mus 'Em Outs will do for ailing mankind, enough to administer one of my Knock
                              will speak to the men on subjects 3e searched out. Do not miss the firs no matter what the sex, race or color:                                     'Em Outs. Inside of ten minutes the         curately made and fitted.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Blder was running a foot race with the
                              that a r e very interesting;                     .esson.                                               A Turk In t h e rug business in New boys.
                                  If you have not a s yet attended this                                                           York city had Just sold a- Seventeen                                                                                                                                                                             V
                              class, you are Inv'iteti tox, next Sunday,
                              It is "brought out very prominently at                       Favorable Results.
                                                                                                                                  dollar rug to an Albany woman for                 What I have written about some of
                                                                                                                                  $125 when he was seized with awful these cases borders on the miraculous,                                                              Good for Weah- Children.
                              each meeting that it is not a money-
                              making scheme and that visitors are
                                                                                                                                  pains in his vitals. He believed i t a but i t is always that way with a good
                                                                                                                                  case of conscience and w a s about to thing. You have been offered silver
                                                                                  Newark men who, bought a tract of restore $108 when a friend dropped In mine stock at 7 cents on a dollar and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         M. L GALUSHA                                 You will find real pleasure In taking
 •*i                          nob asked nor expected to contribute -ruit land in Porto Rico three years and handed him one of my troches, been told that It vo)Uld go to 80 in a few
                              anything. It costs nothing, and yet iB ago- and made George E. Williams its Within five minutes thereafter the weeks. When it has hot only gone to                                                     OPTOMETRIST
                              wortlh a, lot to any man ia Newark to .superintendent, have realized thand- pains were not only completely gone, 80, but to 130. you have stood with
                                                                               somety on their investment. T u t b u t i h e Turk was wishing h e had put open mouth and dumb tongue.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Nyal's Cod Liver Compound
                                                                                                                                                                                 :: So fealy-marvelous is*the-case--of j Cor. Main and E.MiUter Sts t
                              attend these meetings.
                                      eonneet-ien—with—-last—Sunday^s- .rnpqrty hag ingEflji.KAd-4n-.ya4iKy^tTt^the^DrfeellP'$25~rmfte.                                          Colonel Dinkle of Vermont that we                                                    —If is pleasing to the palate—Contains every virtue of the pure, crude
                              meeting, the following officers were 'n last- Monday they wer<j able to                                 In the same city a police captain who hesitate to give i t though a t the same                                                   cod liver oil and possesses an additional advantage in that it is equally
                                                                                                                                   had been grafting for twenty years time urged by a strong sense of duty
                              elected for the coming year: Presi- nake a sale of the 300 acre property, heardrthat the district attorney was                                                                                                                          -pleasant and effective during warm weather—Its use is hot .confined
                              dent, Charles O. Warner; vice-presi- n which they doubled their money. going | o investigate his bank account toward suffering humanity. The colo-                                                                                      to the winter months.
                              dent, Lynn T. Bryant; secretary, Peter The buyers, i t i s Understood, i s                                                                         nel was a t the battle of Gettysburg.                                                     Weak and emaciated children are completely restored to health
                                                                                                                                   He staffed on the run for the bank, That was the main reason Why Lee
                              Ltbbert;- assistant secretary and 1! General Electric Company, who havg but would have never made the hike retreated. This statement is made to                                                                                         —Frail and delicate .bodies are placed on a new foundation—.
                              brarian, William H. Newton; treasur- acquired extensive adjacent interests in time had he not swallowed a Knock give you confidence In the colonel's
                              e r Kay Lancaster; chairman attend- at Porto Rico..                                                                                                                                                                                     ITS    C O N T I N U E D USE RESULTS I N A STURDY A N D ROBUST
                                                                                                                                   "Em Out," which he happened to have in Word. He writes that about a ; month
                              ance committee, Louis L. Betts;                      Mr. Williams will become the sup- his vest pocket. It. aided him to reach ago he was kicked by a cow. a mule
                              chairman music committee, John De erintendent of a, much increased the bank ten minutes ahead of time and a horse at t h e same time. It was.
                              Hbnd: chairman athletic committee. acreage and Will benefit _ b£—thfi-| and withdraw his graft, a n d the dis- it triahgiilarHticking-match. w i t i r a bat?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     COUGHS •« COLOat                                       H E A L f H, A N D T H E BEST OF I T IS T H A T T H E YOUNGER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ONES LIKE IT SO WELL THEY NEVER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ..„•   MISS A-DOSE. _,         Z     ,   -,
                              Parke M. Reeves; chairnfan member- 'change.                                                         trict attorney not only failed to tad a tie scarred'hero a s the victim.          <•           Get t h e k i n d t h a t                Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is retained by t h e most delicate stom
                              ship committee, L. G. Baldwin; chair                 The officers of the old company lent of it, but-reported to the grand                              Revived by "Knock "Em Outs."                                                    ach—Aids t h e digestive fluids and Increases the appetite. It Is t o
                              inatf social committee, Ward Paimer; were Claude Jagger, president; JX ii,
                                                                                                                                   tury that the captain was one of the
                                                                                                                                                                                    For* half an hour the' colonel was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                in g u a r a n t e e d t o
                                                                                                                                   few honest policemen on t h e force.                                                                                               much different from others and so much more beneficial that our per-
                               chairman visiting and relief, commit- Roderibach. vice-president; C. H,                                     A Marvelous Testimonial.              thought to be dead, and his relatives           do y o u good or                     sonal recommendation goes with every sale. '
                               tee, Dr. C. As Phelps; chairman em Stuart, secretary and treasurer; S-                                                                            were fighting over hlsV old sword .of                                                      One Dollar t h e bottle.
                                                                                                                                      James Eortorf -Miohlgan^had been Bunker "tlili when be came to. It was                     costs y o u nothing.
                               ployment committee, S. T. Beach.                 3. Cpmstock and Charles Scutt; ii-. engaged; to a widow for several months
                                                                                .•ectors.                                                                                        only to be attacked by double pneu-                                                      Whatever a. good drug store ought to hayiy—and many things that
                                                                                                                                   when be found out that t h e stock she monia and typhus fever, bSwever, and
                                  Sweater Coats in desirablej weaves                                                               held in a silver mine wasn't worth a the seven doctors that %d* his case J.M S. Tolo and Cherry                         ,.,25c     other drug stores don't keep—you'll find here. Come to us first and
                                                                                                                                   cent on the dollar. He ^alKed over, to said that unless a mlpcfe was v^ought                                                       youMI get what you want.
                               and colors,. Good values .at ;$1.00 tq                    The Burgess Directory.                   her house and, told' her that, the en-                          :                         Rexall Cherry fiarkl......,1....,.25c                                                                                            \»M
                               ?9.00 and4n between; at-the Brown & 'A iiew directory of Newark,"Arcadia gagement was off. Before doing So, he'd hlf a graVe 'heath the wiilowT "•
                               Phillips Store.                   '       23wl iind Marion has been issued by W. C. however, he had the prudence to swal-                         » A mlraclt' was wrought. One of the Rexall Cough Syrup                      25c
                                                                                                                                                                                 beef trust agents happened t o be in the I
                                                                                & F. D. Burgess. It is a very com low one of my troches. T h e widow vicinity looking up veal to make can- Elkays White Pie and Tar... ..25c
                                       Bargains In Village Lots.                plete and valuable book, which, be- kicked and threatened, a n d as Mr. ned lobster and'quail of. and he had                                                            ?
                                                                                sides giving a. list; of residents"of ITord • was. retiring- from her- presence a packet pf \m3c Knock 'tern Outs in his Rexall CojdTa(b]ete.w... ...!:w..l9£.                                                           •»--<•   Y-     K^r             '"?       \»l       \
                                                                                                                                  she lugged bflt a revolver a n d fired a t pocket.. F o r a price he was Induced tn
                                   The executors of the late Margafe these towns-and villages, contains him. The bullet intended for his disv                                                                               Lax-Co-Tabs.., ....;......... ,25c
                               Colton being; desirous of closing the also a great amouftt of valuable in> appointed heart passed over his shoul- part with three, freches.. No beef trust
                                                                                PA«™„««„ .... t_*ki "-' i IT., c •.,. fappoiiwea neart passed over ms snout- than parts with anything for nothing.                          Rexall Bronchials.4..          ...10c
                               estate, ttpw, offer for sale four lot* formation, pertaining t o this l o c a l i t y . \ a e r ; a n a k I „ e d ^ w i a o w , s o n l y c o w ,
                               on Chestnut, street;, ten l o t a ' p n i h e The cost or issuing such a book i s ' e a n : you^ronounce this-remedy any,                            TheT three, were sufficient, however.
                               wegt side .t Hoffman street and the great and: there should be liberal pat- tiilni; but nutryetous?                                               Two knocked out the; pneumonia and Rexall God Liver Oil Emul-
                               fine factory site on t h e Pennsylvania ronage for it. Its cost is 50 cents.                     | A city. alderman who had laid u p the other the fever, and in five days                        sion ...... .....,50c and 75c
                                                                                                                                                                                 the colonel was taking his morning, nip
                               Railroad south of the Mora factory.                                                               . the Sum of $20,000 on. a total salary, of from the same old demijohn. Write
                               For further particulars inquire at                            •"TV---i ,-,;:_ r- ••,- •                f5,000 was summoned before the may- to him for further, details.
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                                the. First National Bank, Newark, N.
                               Y.i of S. Ray Pelrson at Byron Thom-
                                                                                              ' Tihie tables.
                                                                                                                                   or t o make explanations, H e felt that 'Great! Marvelous! Miraculous!
                                                                                                                                   he cenildnt make any that Would be bushels of testimonials coaling in
                                                                                                                                   believed, and he had a pistol at "his through the window every few min-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            •'      And when in want of/anyihin£:in the l                                I
                               as;-Mentors.                              B2U       Oh Nov. 16th, new time tables went head, when a friend came in and hand- utest Discharge your .family doctor.
                                                                                into .effect on the i*. Y. G. as follows: ed him one of my troches. An hour'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GRANITE O R MARBLE LINE
                                                                                        WfiST BOUND TRAINS                                                                        Advise ypur druggist to trade off itis^
                     RW-J.                Faith Well-Founded.                   7:64 A.. Mv Bally.                                 later he bad made the mayor and oth- •hop for a sawmill! Arm yourselves                                                                                   Gall at the
                                   Mrs. JiJDyer, Little Falls, Nv Y., has- 9:03 A, M. Daily.                                       ers believe that an aunt had left him with my. Knock 'Bm Outs and yott'il
                               great confidence in the ourative pfopji i:62 Pi 1ft. baity.                                         a legacy. He even gave t h e name of begin to feel that life holds a ttipusgnft.                                                        N E W A R K GRANITE ^ W O R K S
                                erties o f Chamberlain's EOTgh RenH .7:61 P. M..Daily.                                             the aunt and t h e size shoe she wore.        Joys for you where before if was enly^
                                edy. She-says:: "A. few years a g o ' I 9*28 P. Mi Daily.
                                used: twp. bottles of. Chamberlai^'B                                                                  Mrs. Schermerhorn writes a s from a sorrow and: mighty thin molasses.-<*tV,    f\m PiiCES Are All Fixed                          No work too large for us to handle. All work guaranteed.
                                                                                         EAST BOOND TRAINS_                        town,in Ohio that for thirty years she                                            " TdrKr Ciom v Figure as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     GQ0t> PRINTING *ad - • - > - • ;                                     Ys^Esm&roms ^"rr^:
                             -Cough JSlemedfc JwJOeb. ^urodljne_oiLa..|                                                                                                                                                                     it
                                 bad1 cold on the lung*?, and cough. 9T33 ATM; Daily: "~ ':                                        suffered with-it weak heart and there-            Special prices on Upholstering and.
                                I have no hesitancy'in recommending 10:3* A; it. Dally.                              . . . - . ; fpre had lb knuckle down, t o her hus-
                                It to-alL and hive great faith" In its 3r46 F T I C Dally.
                                c<$ttTer£i»UtfeM,»:, tfor BUto-ifcy.^ii. Bf6S».JMt. Daily. . , . .
                                                                                                                                    band In everything. She took three Repairing during January and tfeV             f»OHf»T SERVICE                                                  I J. RLYNN, Prop,
                                                                                                                                    troche* and effected a complete cure -ruary.. • - --                 i'
                                dealers. " •        ' „ ' : . . • . • ""     ' » : 4 8 | M t Ditty.                                t M ^ e a sjsoiasd the ~          ~        "   83w4              „ % B. KOOHH;^

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