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THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1880.
DHMSfiEI & BVMILLEft,
Editors and Proprietors.
''Landslide from tiie Cash Store Store."
AVc can sell you goods 20 jxM'
cent cheaper than you can buy them
in Penns Valley. "Overdrawn? 'Xo
L-ir, not up to ; truth by oceans. Jr.
every day-life you find shipwrecks,
who. if they have to light the battles
over again, would tight and conquer
under that excelsior Runner upon
whose silken folds were printed in
ineffaceable letters of gold, "that, si
lent, solid, omnipotent monosylablc,
"Cash," the secret of our low prices.
JVe submit our prices below, and all
we ask comparison with old time
We do not imitate in prices but
aid pries to beat solid facts"
Koasted coileo l-i c^nts.
Oreo a " Id "
Kssenco " - l i "
Corn starch 9 '
Host white sujrar , Id "
Clooil brown sugar s "
Kiev .. 9 "
Ironstone china Teas "
Common " '• L> "
Goblets to '•
Turkey Ilod Uank'ief id
Kolloi Suspoiulors. -J "
Fire Shovels tC> "
Barker* Horse Powder 1 ' " ,
Good Syrups H qt — 40 c iral
Frishinuth Smoking Tob. original F ••
Appleton A Muslin' o~S "
Blel.ehed " 06 to 00 "
Dress Goods tv "
Black Cashmere. —• •!'.
Men's llats— '
Bov's - 4'
.Men's l ardigan .Jackets (lined j 1 00 " 4
Grin Cunts 20°
" Kip Boots -00 "
Clares O. V T. Machine threadtOcor ?>s " doz
1- uozen shirt buttons ' : '
14 Kons l'ins.. 0? j
(..">•! over .vil* •! 1
Si.ii Unlcrwcai. Shirt. Drawers •*>
School Crayon - 17 4
Iqt Harrisons V.'. Fluid rJ \
Ladies Felt Skirts -
Large assort ment of. Ladies Coats, and j
Men 3 Gum Boots, lower than tiie low
The New Cash Store,
Penn Street, Millheim, Pa.
—t pound of Sweet Scouted Smoking
Tobacco for Sets, at T. It. Stain's store
A good ten-plate stove for sale
at the Journal office.
—Diaries for 1880 at the Journal
—And cow, as sausages are fust be- j
coming ripe, who will be head of the j
class to remember the poor printer?
—There are only nineteen candi- J
dales for the Bellefonte Post Office ;
and the returns are not yet all in.
Musser's dam is covered with !
a sheet of fin?, smooth ice ami j
nur skaters are enjoying themselves
—Whoever lost that good, heavy,
left-handed woolen mitten on Monday
morniug can have it free of charge by i
calling at the JouriiaUkfi *e.
—Altnast daily something new is ad
ded the stock of good 3at the Jour
nal Store. Just now Germantown
wool and Zephyr, are all the go.
—Prof. Kurtzenknabe lias a sing
ing class in Eewisburg numbering SO.
and one in Mifhinburg of 73. That's
worth while to begin with.
—On Tuesday Miss Mary Straw
moved from Mr. Adolph Miller's house
into the house of the estate of Adam
—The job work done in the Journa
Oilice will compare well with any work
done elsewhere and the prices are re
markably low. Give us a call.
—James Fair, aged thirteen years
was abducted from his home in 111111-
tirgion, October 22nd, and has not
been heard from since.
—Last Friday two colored men, Jos.
Neverson and Edward Queenan, were
lumg at Washington city, for the mur
der of George P. Hirtli, in January
—Butchering time lias come and our
hog committees have their hands full
in estimating 'weights. Gen'mem,
we'll excuse you from making any
guess 011 our porkers this year.
—lt is said that great infidel Ingcr
soll will lecture in Beliefonte some time
duringtbe coming winter. Where is
Beerher and the other great Radical
—Many people go to Beliefonte for
i suit at law, but any good citizen
would much prefer a good suit of cloth
ing, such as Lewiu sells so very cheap,
at the Philadelphia Branch Store. 2t
—The German evening school, which
commenced last Monday is in a flourish
ing condition, the number of pupils
being 28. It is certainly creditable to
the young folks of our town if they try
to gain knowledge not only in their
own but ia a foreign language.
—Remember the Holiday
season is about opening and
the Journal Store on Main
Street is the place to get the
Finest and cheapest Novel
—A six months old child of Mr.
Aurand, on Penu street, fell into a tub
of hot water on Monday, scalding it
self very badly. Tlue child had been
tied into a high chair near the tub and
by some means unloosed the band that
held it fast when it fell into the tub.
—Cbildrens' Underware, at tbe
—School satchels and straps at the
—Last Friday Mr. James I>. Luse
''moyed" from North street into Car
oline Gobble's house. Now Jim has
become our neighbor again.
—Persons prematurely gray can liavo
their hair restored to its youthful
beauty, by using Hall's Vegetable Sie
ilhan Hair Renewer, tho best article in
—J. Crownover & Son, at Centre
Mills are selling out their ent ire stock
of goods at cost this week, closing with
auction on Friday evening, Saturday
afternoon and evening. All are invi
—Mr. FJias Nreamer has just
brought a tine lot of choice York state
calves which he will sell at public sale
at the residence of Christ Alexander,
next Saturday 'afternoon. Don't tail
to attend and buy a few.
—For the last week or so wo have
heard men ot all political parties and
of a number of religious denominations
spy: "It is cold." There is no choice
left but to believe it and govern our
selves accordingly—as much as we can.
HOLD ON AND LISTEN!—J. "Willis
Musser is on ttio road again buying up
Calves and Poultry, for which ho pays
the very highest market price and the
solid cash. This is an announcement
worth your attention. tf
—Cold, did you say? "Why yes, we
think so too; but why don't you go at
once and get one of Lewin's grand over
coats? Lewin, the boss clothing man
at the Philadelphia Branch Store, can
riff you tip top for hot. cold or tempe
rate weather. "Don't you forget it."
The lluxters.— The Musser hunt
ing party returned last Saturday with
cue dm*. The Gentzel party shot two
deer, week before last, and another
one last week.
The Mover & Etnerick party also had
two. We wish our Nimioas contin
Hough on a New * fficiau. — I The
time of Sherilf llastian of Lycoming,
expires January fid, 1881',* As the time
set for the execution of George Smith
and Mrs. Miller is January Oth, lie will
thus escape this unpleasant duty and
the new Sheriff, Colonel Wilson, will
have to act as hangman.
—The Presidential electors will meet
at iheir several state capitols and cast
their votes for President and Vice
President on the first Wednesday in
December. Congress is directed bv
law to open and count these votes on
the second Wednesday in February,
and to declare the result.
—lt is admitted on all hands that
the work turned out by Deininger &
Musser is second to none made in the
central part of the state, Whib the
quality of the stock they use is a sup
erior grade their prices are reasonable
ami uniform. It is their constant ef
fort to continue to merit the confi
dence and liberal .patronage of the
—We direct the attention of our
readers to the prospectus for 1881, cf
the Harrisburg Patriot, published in
another column. The Patriot is one
ot the ablest and soundest Demo
cratic papers in the country, and one
of the most enterprising and success
ful newspaper as well. It fills the bill
exactly and we commend it to our
Mr. Michael Lamey's gunsmith#
shop, 011 Penn Street, MilHieim i 3 the
place for the Finest Single and Double
Barrel Guns, which will be sold at the
lowest price. Also a full stock of am
munition for sale.
Repairing of any kind promptly and
A liberal patronage is respectfully
—A terrible murder occurred in Dau
phin county, this State, near TJnion
town, on last Sunday evening. A far
mer named Daniel Troutman resided
at a lonely spot. lie WO3 in comfort
able circumstances, and was the ex-
I ecutor of an estate from the sales of
which he was oelieved to haye about
$l,lOO in money about the house. lie
permitted his children to go to a school
house to a singing sciiool and himself
and wife retired* They were awaken
ed by two masked men standing by the
side of the bed, cue of whom pointed a
revolver at the head of Mr. Tioutman
and demanded "Your money or your
life." Troutman managed to get out
of bed and to a window, over which lie
had a loaded gun. He quickly grabbed
the gun and pointed it at the despe
radoes. They both ran for then* lives.
Troutman followed them out of doors
and fired at One of them. Turning to
go into his house he ran against the
other of the villians, who fired hi 3 re
, volver into the breast ot' Troutman.
The wounded man lived for about half
an hour, during which he said that
Henry llumberger shot him. The a
larni was given and the next morning
Rumberger was arrested and he is
now in jail at Harrisburg. Rumberg
er is a single man of 23 years of age,
who has worked with the farmers, and
has been regarded as a bad <ran.— Ex.
111 the whole History of Medicine.
No preparation lias ever performed such
marvelous cures, 01* maintained so wide a repu
tation, as AYER'SCHERRY PECTORAL, which is re
cognized as the world's remedy for all diseases
of the throat and lungs. Its long contained
series of wonderful cures iu all climates has
1 made it universally known as a safe and relia
ble agent to employ. Against ordinary colds,
which are the forerunners of more serious dis
orders, it acts speedily and surely, always re
lieving suffering, and often saving life. The
protection it affords, by its timely use in throat
and chest disorders, makes it an invaluable
remedy to be kept always on liund in every
home. No person can afford to be without it,
and those who have, once used it never will
From their knowledge of its composition and
effects, physicians use the CHERRY PECTORAL
extensively in their practice, and clergymen
recommend it. It is absolutely certain iu its
remedial effects, and will always euro where
cures arc possible,
i Jt'OH 3 ALE BY ALL DEALERS.
—Report of Millheim Grammar
School for the week ending Nov. ID Lit
No. of pupils Males—lß. Females—
-18. Total —3O. No. admitted during
week Males—l. Females—l. Total—
2. Average attendance during week
Males—lß. Females—l 3. Total—2o.
Percent, of attendance during week
Males —72. Females —72. Total —72.
Average age of pupils Males —11. Fe
males— 14. Pupils tai'dy, Males—lß.
Females—l 6. Total—32. No. pres
ent every day during the week Males —
0. Females —7. Total—lo.
No. of visitors—3. No. # of visit'by
directors—2. No. of addresses by vis
Tho attendance lias not been as reg
ular this week as last. The butcher
ing season having commenced, is no
doubt one of the causes, as parents
generally have a few days work for
their children at this time of the year.
There are still a number who have
not yet Started going. To such 1
would say, conic as soon as you can.
All things considered we arc getting
along well, both pupils and teacher.
Some pupils might know their lessons
a little better, and would know them
better, if their parents would do their
dutv. There are too many of my pu
pils on the street, and in the stores in
the evening, when they ought to be at
homo, studying their lessons. I atn
confident that much more could be ac
complished if we had the cooperation
of the parents. Think of this.
D. L. Zeuuy
NEWS FROM BRUSH.
Whew! our thermometer is away
down below zero. Now for snow.
I What's wrong with your, mometor,
Mr. Win. Kreamer is actively en
gaged in the pork business.
Our turkeys are somewhat atllicted
wit ha peculiar disease which proves
fatal in every rase. Guess
giving" has some connection with the
Hie matter of holding a musical con
veil lion iu Rebersburg, ero long, is
privately discussed by some.
I am informed by one of our teach
ers that our Directors have placed a
splendid wall map into every school
house in the district. We now look
to the teachers to give our children
some knowledge of local Geography.
Dr. Kirk, of Pellefoute, was here a
few* days ago, but his stay was >'cr y
short. Seems his business was of a
spe<*ial nature. Doctor, give a fellow
a shake of your paw next time.
Since our last our Nimrods have re
deemed themselves finely. No loss
than three deer were kilhd in less than
iwo days. Messrs. Brungard, Weber
and R yer made the fatal shots.
A KISS THAT COSTS SSO.
KINGSTON, N. C\, November 22—A
rather remarkable kissing ease was
disposed of here to-d ay S\ C. Spence,
a well-to-do and intelligent mer
chant, was sentenced to thirty day's
imprisonment in jail by a Magistrate's
Court for an attempt to kiss Mrs. M.
E. Waller, a lady highly connected.
Spence's counsel took an appeal to the
Superioi Court of the count}. To-day
the case was submitted to the jury,
who returned a verdict of guilty, and
Judge Gudger reaffirmed the thirty
day's imprisonment, but afterwards
changed the penalty to a fine of fifty
dollars. The Court expressed sincere
regret that the law limited the punish
ment, as it was satisfied that the of
fense merited a much heavier sentence.
Whipped for Refusing to Kiss a
The district school of Rarryville,
Sullivan county, is taught by a young
man named Reuben Frazier. George
Shik, aged twelve years," was one of
His sciiollars. .Shik is a mischievous
boy, and Mie other day lie tripped up a
girl about his own age as she was pass
ing out of the school room door, lie
said it was an accident, but the girl
; went back and slapped his face, lie
struck her and the teacher called him
up and flogged him with a stick. Then
he was ordered to beg phe giri's par
don and shake hands with her. This
the boy did. The schoolmaster then
said that Shik, to make full amends,
must kiss the girl, but this he positive
ly refused to do. Ilis relusal brought
him another whipping. Still he said
lie would not kiss the girl. Then he
was flogged for the third time and sent
home. Relieving that the teacher had
no right to insist on their son's kiss
ing auv of the girls* that attended
school with him, snd that he had pun
ished the boy unjustly, tne boy's par
ents had the teacher ai rested 011 a
charge of assault and battery. lie was
given a hearing by Justice ot the Peace
Stiud, who sustained the teacher's
cause, and ordered his discharge. It
is said this case will be carried into
the county courts.
lii Pennsylvania there are four coal
mines burning: Keeley Itifn, near
Shenandoah, has been burning for six
months ; the Coal Castle mine Iras been
burning since 183-5; the .Summit Hill
mine, near Mauch Chunk, has been
burning for twenty-fiye years, and the
llutler mine at Pittston has been burn
ing for three years.
PEDRO TO DIE.
The Mammoth Porker to be
Killed .on Thanksgiving
.lac. Krenier, proprietor of the Man
sion llor.se, Watsontown, unci owner
of "Pedro," the largest hog in the
State, has decided to slaughter the
wonderful animal on Thanksgiving
day, 25th inst. As hundreds of peo
ple in the neighboring towns and coun-*
try have expressed a desilo to witness
the death of Pedro, Mr. Kremer has
arranged to liavo a big day of it. Sev
eral of our best butchers will attend
to the work, and the job will tax their
full strength and ingenuity. f
The butchering will take phr-e in the
afternoon, so that visitors from a dis
tance can get litre in tiaie for the show.
Pedro is estimated to weigh between
1,0 R. and 1,2 D pounds, and there will
be lively betting oil the weight of the
monster, lie will bo converted prin
cipally into lard, the hams alone to be
saved for a series of suppers which
Landlord Kremer proposes giving to
his friends. lKafsoafoioa liecord.
Desperate Fight With Oat
DALLAS, Texas, November 16. —
This city was thrown into great ex
citement to-day by the arrival of a
squad of forty armed farmers, bring
ing the body of a dead man and recount
ting the boldest robbery ever enacted
in this section. Marion Johnson, a
planter, was met twelve miles from
this city by two masked men, knocked
down and robbed. A party went in
pursuit of the robbers and five other
farmers were met who had been rob-
Ikhl and who joined in the pursuit.
The outlaws were overtaken within
three miles of Dallas, when a general
light occurred. One robber, who was
recognized as Ad im Curley, of Nash
ville, Tent)., was killed. The other es
caped, carrying eighteen buckshot in
his body, lie is apparently about 30
years old. Eleven farmers are known
to have been rot bed.
On the 4th inst., at TylorsTllle, Clinton Co.,
l a., Mis* Mary Jane Slangier, aged 37 years, 3
months and 7 days.
Prepare for Snow !
PEXN II ALL, PA.,
bus just completed a lot of very
which he offers at moderate prices.
He warrants them made of first
class stock by skillful and expe
rienced mechanics. Give him a
call before you buy elsewhere. He
will guarantee satisfaction in all
respects. 47-3 m
Has now opened its
Immense Stock of
Fall & Winter
eyes, your per
sons and your
Samuel Lewin, Manager,
Hill helm Market.
Corrected every Wodnouday by Gephnrt
Wheat No LOG
Wheat No. 2 ??
Brail A Shorts, pet ton
Salt, per Brl
Plaster, ground JlO.njl
t'eioent, per Bushel to .>0
Clovcrseed . '
Soap " o
stove " 7f>
Chestnut" '. r 4h
P. UKPIIAKT D. A. MISSEK
GEPHART & MUSSER
Highest market price paid for *ll kinds of
Delivered either at the MOCK MILL or at tne
old MI'SSKK MILL, in MILLUEIM
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and sold at prices that defy
A share of the public patronage respectfully
M tteited. 3Mj
FALL jALT 3D
MRS. AXA'A M. WEAVER
lias just received her Fall and Winter stock oT
MILLINERY HOODS consisting of
French llonncts, Hound Hats, French
Flowers. Feather?, lilbhori and all kinds
of FANCY GOODS.
In all itb Branches u
She invito her many friends and customers
to call at her place of business, In l'enn
street, MILLH EIM, PA.
JL (Most Central Hotel in the City,)
COIL MAIN AND JAY ST.,
Lock Haven, Pa ,
S.WOODS CALDW ELL, PROPRIETOR
Go dS mij/fe llcontsfor Commercial Traveler
on first floor.
sm* Outfit sent free to tnose who wish to
in tin* most pleasant and profit
m Babu* business known. Everything new.
Capital not required. We will furnish
you everything. *lo a day and upward
is casilv made without staying away from home
overnight. No risk whatever. Many new work
ers w anted at ou< - e. Many are making fnjtum-s
at lite business. Ladies make as much as in • t.
and voting bovs and girls make great pay. No
one who is willing to woik (alls to make, more
tiumev every day than can is* made in n week at
an\ ordinary* employment. Those who engage
at once will'find a sitort road to fortune. Ad
dress 11. 11 Ai.t.ET A Co., Port laud, Maine.
• Borsrr. PAY FOK KATIONS, SKW AND IIOWOHA
Ht-K Ir*CHVHOE*. ASI> HCKEiUKI) PENSIONS ob
tuined.—New law*, higher rates of pension
The slightest disability, from wound, injury o
disease of anv kind entitles you to a pension
Widows und heirs, fathers and mother* are
now entitled. ...... . -
Land eases promptly settled. Patents obtain
ed. All kinds of government claim* nroseeuted
Write at once for new laws, blanks ami in
structions, with two Stanton. Address,
J. W. FLKNNKR & CO.,
Lock Box 314, Washington, I>. C.
Outfit furnished free, with full In
3 H Hstruetions for conducting the most
mlfl H B Wprolltable business that any one can
*4-" * engage in. The business is so easy
to learn, and our instructions are so
simple and plain, that any one can make great
jH-nflt* from the very start. No one can fail
w ho's willing to work. Women are a* success
ful as men. Boys and girls can earn large sum*.
Many have made at the business over-oner hun
dred dollars In a sin leweek. Nothing like it
ever known before. All who engage ate sur
prised at the ease and rapidity with which they
are able to make money. You can engage in
this business (luring your spare time at great
profit. You do not have to invest capital in tt.
We take all the risk. Those who need ready
inoiicv, should write to u* at once. AH furnish
ed free. Address TUUK A Co., Augu-ta, Maine
EVKItY SOLDIER disabled in line of duty by
wound, disease, or injurv. is entitled to pension.
PENSIONS INCREASED.— Many are draw
ing less than entitled to.—Thousands of Heirs
entitled to Pension aiul Bounty. REJECTED
CASES re-opened. '
ABANDONED CASES finished.—Copies rf
Lost Discharges obtained. —Claims of every de
scription prosecuted.—PATENTS PKOCCKKD.
Address with stump.
U.S. BERLIN & CO.* Attorneys,
3d-6m Box 592. WASHINGTON, D. C
and liow to obtain them. Pamphlet
free, upon receipt of Stamp for post
GILMORE, SMITH & CO.
Solicitors of Patents,
Near Patent Offlce, Washington, D. O.
mrP Ct AIIDT I'd of two of the best articles
1 nhh oAMrLhO ever sold by agents to eve
ryone who answers this within sixty (lays;
American Maimf gto ,
25.3 m City Mills, Massachusetts.
urCfe - 7C ; -* t&r* •
188© FALL 188©.
This 'hammoth Dry Goods j.Touse is now opening
SECOND IMMENSE STOCK
For the Fall Trade of 1880. ,
"Wide uality stylo and cheapness exceeds any former stock ever
shown at the Dec I live or any other store in this section of the State.
#>,0(10 Yard* of l>ress Goods comprising almost every conceivable style and class.
Splendid all wool Black Cashmere only 33 cents a yard.
.'ski yards all wool Moinie (loth at •¥> cents, worth -Mi.
ion yards T\. ille<l Cashmeres only 12 1-2 coats, worth 1® cents. t
'Hie largest stock of Black Milk*. Colored *llks, Milk Velvets, and Fancy Trimming Goods ever
-shown in any store ibis side of Philadelphia. 1
i'/ioo yards of calicoes and Muslins which we sell cheaper than any sloro will sU i.hem
20U0 yards good dark Calico at 4 cents a yard.
I'Jtf) yarils.good yard wide, muslin, heavy, at f> 1-1 cents.
2noo yards liest Brov.n Muslin made at 8 cents a yard.
l.Vift yards good Canton Flannel at 7 cents a vard.
if**) yards Bleached Muslin, cheaper than it lias been sold for years.
Wonderful Bargains In Table cineus. Towels ami Napkins. An immense stock.
The largest stock c f MOicry and Cloves ever shown in ibis e.itv.
Jtno pairs Misses' Hose at '2.*> eciifs which would lie eheap at 50 cciits. . ''
An immense st<a*k of Kinbroideries, l,aoes. Kid t doves. I .isle Thread Gloves. lUbbons, &c." >
list Ladies' Coats and Dolmans, entirely new design ; beautiful good and wonderfully cheap.
Blankets and Flannel*; an immense stock at less than price* of one year ago.
Carpets and OiMotlw. _ , ,
Have received an entire newr stock of tlicse goods which Wft are offering Vern cheap. A
good and handsome Ingrain carpet for 25 cents a yard. Great bargains in Ready-made liaps
and Cotton Baits.
The reliability iif the goods and the manner of our doing business at the Bee Hive havo
become so well established that oar trade has wonderfully Increased in 1890, and has grown to
Is* immense. whb li haa stimulated s to buyja larger stock this fall than ever before in • the his
tory •>! lid* popular lrv Goods llouse, besides having taken special pains in ssiecl+ng 'some of
the choicest and most fashionable goods to befouud in the Kuatcru Markets, to supply all
the wants of our constantly growing trade.
Remember the place:
The Great Bee Hive Dry goods House!
Go MAIN ST.. LOCK HA YEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
Orders by mail will receive prompt and careful attention.
IN THE THIRD YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE, ITS
SALES AMOUNT TO
NO OTHER MACHINE EVER HAD SUCH I
A RECORD OF POPULARITY.
2t is the Ligktcst-Buaning,
Easiest Sailing, aad
Best S&ttafyiag SCaohine
IN THE WORLD.
I IM IIIH I -111 111 -
Agents vaatad. For terms, address
White Sewing Machine Co.,
JOHN S. FISHER,
V .. i ' i
Every wagon built of first-class stock and by
expert mechanics. All work warranted. Ke
pairing promptly attended to. The public pa
tronage is respectfully solicited. 3"My
■ than by any other means.
No suffering or inconvenience. Treatment
shipped to any part of the U. S. or Uuuadas.
Full particulars free. Address,
(Established 1S03) 8.8. DISPENSARY,
Berrien ."Springs, Mich
RUPTUBE t :! s .
The greatest invention of the age! See our
pum-hlet. sent free. Prof J. V, Og
densburg. N, V. 20-ly
The subscribers would respectfully Inform the citizens of this neighborhood- that they have engaged In the under
taking business.- Tliey are prepared to 1111 a leal!* In this line hUiiv Uine jind would kindly solicit a sbaro of
. patronage. A Full Line of
COFFINS & CASKETS
. always on hand, which we are also ready to furnish to other undertakers at reasonable prices.
SIIOP OS Ffc.N> bTUfc&T, &11LLM&M, PA.
LOSE, IIARTER & CO.
Edwin .!• Pcshlcr. J Jordan Dehl*r
D ESHLER & SO>,
;■ *■ v * :,* >
P) lYSfclAx 6 &, Su BORONS,
Aaronsburg, , I*a"
Calls promptly answered da nlghl
.D H. MINGLE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Main Street, Millheim, Pa
HP ■ Yourselves by making money
fta g %9 when a goiden clianee is offered,
Ste fefrw 8 thereby always keeping iwrerty
from your door. Those who at--
ways take advantage of the good chances for
making money that are offend, generally be
come wealthy, white those who do not improvo
sucli chances remain iu poverty. We want ma
ny men, women, boys and girls to work for us
right in their own localities. The business will
pay more than ten times ordinary wages. We
furnish an expensive outfit and all thatyouneed,.
free. No one who engages fails to make money
very rapidly.. You can deyote vour whole tim";
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