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Thank you to everyone that faced the heat and came out and supported us during our Open House and Chicken BBQ. You helped make a difference in the lives of children. Thanks to you children will be able to attend church camp who otherwise could not go!
Mercy House Global
Fair Trade Friday
items are still availble in our giftshop. Stop by during normal business hours to shop and buy items that support moms and families all over the world. Each item is hand-made and has the artisans name attached to it so you can pray for them specifically. All the items are awesome and make such a difference in the makers life! Below is a sampling. Come shop awesome hand-made products that fully employs women from all over the world!
On Sale This Month!
Antique Fireplace Surrounds
Clean these beauties up and you will have yourself a gorgeous new addition to your home. Don't have a fireplace in your home? No problem. Check out this link for inspiration for fireplace surrounds with or without a fireplace. For this month only, mention this ad and receive 15% off all fireplace surrounds!
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What Is It?!
In this section, we feature unique antiques that we have discovered. Test your knowledge and see if you know what they are. Send us an e-mail to see if you are correct and get a 10% off coupon good for the Antiques Loft!
Out Of The Past
90 Years Ago
September 2, 1926
Appetite Killer at the Fountain
A street vendor had a stand near the fountain on Saturday evening. He gave a public demonstration of removing hard corns, soft corns, calluses or anything else in this misery class. Five men removed shoes and stockings and in several minutes a liquid which he applied, lifted out the enemy, root and all. He offered to do the same thing for the women, but evidently none of them had any trouble of this kind. A big crowd looked on with much interest. When he got thru he had quite a collection on his table, of foreign elements he removed from feet.
Not far away was a hot dog and sauerkraut stand. The owner complained that he couldn't understand why his business was so poor that evening.
110 Years Ago
September 7, 1906
After 110 Years, Some Things Haven't Changed
With this issue, The Express completes twenty-five years of continuous publication as a weekly newspaper, the first issue bearing the date September 9, 1881. It used the list of The Sunbeam, a monthly periodical started in April 1877, by E.Z. Ernst and John G. Zook, which was the first permanent publication established in Lititz. It thus has a continuous existence as a regular publication for over twenty-nine years and is the pioneer of local journalism.
The aim of the paperhas ever been to advance the public welfare of the community which it represents. While giving the local and general news within the province of a local newspaper it has enjoyed the distinction of giving advanced ideas and has been flattered by contemporaries that patterned themselves after it.
That is has made mistakes it frankly acknowledges and keenly regrets. A review of its history in detail would prove too lengthy. it has witnessed the waking up of Lititz from the "village of steady habits" as formerly referred to by a neighboring scribe, to the hustling, progressive borough that is the envy of other county towns and the talk everywhere.
130 Years Ago
September 2, 1886
The WWE News From Rothsville
A Rothsville lady recently had a quarrel with her hired girl, whereupon the girl left. A few days later she returned for her clothing, when the women of the house attempted to strike the girl with the broom. The girl, however, got the best of the bargain by striking back with her fist, dealing such a blow as to send the woman sprawling on the floor.
Hair-pulling did not take place in this instance.
* All stories are taken word for word out of the Lititz Record Express. They are credited with all research.
We are almost completely owned and operated by family, and here at Sylvan Brandt we believe in that - family and home. We believe in preserving our past - that our past is what shapes our future. We believe that everyone deserves respect and love, and that collaboration will get us far. We want to help you preserve our strong American history and make your home one-of-a-kind. We promise to treat you like family and want to work together with you to make your home a history-rich sanctuary.
The Sylvan Brandt Crew
Sylvan Brandt LLC
Where Did We Ship To Last Month?!
Capre May, NJ
New Holland, PA