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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - September 15, 1913, Clearfield, Pennsylvania THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS Volume VIII OSCAR MITCHELL SORE WINNER HE HAS MADE LARGE GAINS Temperance Rallies Throughout tne County Increased Chance aa People Understand That He Is Only Temperance Candidate In too Political prospects may and therefore of last week may be upset be- draen Saturday There undoubtedly been a of sen 4toent among classes of ftam last hoar been to favor of Oscar Mitchell's nomination is fty This Is by ad- of workers the other Mr. always strong has made beavy 4Bdna in country districts in the vaat Temperance That temperance Tallies last week bad on important upon tbe actuation is by of all and Uea have increased if mot made of nomination of car About of these roUlee were held last amd at of them lange of were present and listening to expressed their of supporting Mr. and helping IP ovary possible way to bring about aia t Only Hundreds of voters were if I aware t the is that was a straight out 5rjiesiance candidate tor Judge to amd that candidate IB the speakers ait tbe made it plain Mr. Mitchell 1 toe only candidate wbo is Cor a it was am easy matter to secure promise of of to vote for aid in securing the of i Oscar The tey therefore baa undergone a big change In paat few that is in favor of Mr. Alt Can Vote For There are voters who are of 4tM opinion tbat if vote for for will Wad to vote for than those on own 1 party A Democrat or a Re- can for Oscar Mitchell on ballot and than for the candidates on the cratic or Republican Tine is from party and the voter wbo for Judicial need mot tola what his political faith is. He simply votes 1 for judge as a wrt aa a Democrat or .as a Re- There are Two The bear these facts tat his Thoire are separate The voter for a non- partisan Judiciary and receives it toe places X opposite mime This Is all that to of By voting lor Mitchell lOw voter does not lose hia right to vote for either the or tog of his party's candidates for borough or township of- ballot Indicates Is no the of and voters of ait faith may vote for any candidate on the Judiciary bai iot right vote for tine candidates their respective OSCAR MITCHELL Only Real Temperance Candidate for County A aine Impression that there Is more than one candidate for la 46th Judicial favorable to is a wrong Some of ithe are tastes to the den on both but are not succeeding very It is im- possible to have of toe element of tine amd be amd It is said that twelve doUars has by the for a candidate who Is posing as a torn The Workers League September 15, 1913 SHOT TO DEATH BY HIS BROTHER Fatal Shooting Accident In Boggs Township Saturday BOYS PLAY WITH A SHOT GUN One Lad Believing That the Weapon Wat Playfully Points It at Brother and the Face Blown Saturday afternoon at about 3 o' dock a fatal shooting oc curred at the home of Ai bright to BOSKS what cam learned of the affair young sons of William ab- sence at the of the secured a girti and WAKES UP to Play a Series of With On Saturday the defeated tibe strong P. R. R. 7. M. C. A. team of fast by at 5 to 1. St. amir good boll for the Monarchs and weM backed up by the lister has w to the team and his playing was responsible for the tory on of the C. C. Monarcha for a of five garnets for amd if local fans wilt support the games will of county this a candidate to support Bind thia League is composed of who have been fighting the liquor for and are char no aze to over ithe answers to a house aev to nine questions to the eral Loading gun for Judge i hoys wont to the barn carefully have Oscar played with R for a Mitchell ner and it is weU to that if the people on LYCEUM GROWS IN POPULARITY Demand for Hover ARE BY MILLIONS one candidate cam win the com ing Do mot .be deceived by the enemy who Is trying to convince you there is another be sides Oscar who is favorable to Pulled The The older boy finally at being about 13 years and fully Tin to feB to of a i Dr. of PARK AVENUE FIRE Damage Done to House of Frank Cooper An alarm of fire this morning called out the but before the scene it was stated thad fire been ex- was at the of Cooper on Park j the roof was The j was fe IB toy MT. Cooper la this Dames of Men Now Touring Country Refutation of Assertion That No Great Lecturers Are Found On form ators Kenyan and and For- mer Governor Hanly In Front CARNEGIE IS A TOTAL ABSTAINER FROM Wards Wantlin to bw 6 Uw fiw Jad iJl GOLDEN Secured Money For Ward at girls who comprise club ou Saturday made a house to house skiing for benefit of ward at the hospital j The girls In by this Didn't Know It j boy who did The club to Mm. Otat all Richard of We West had from who furnished tie gMa with moat of i badly over the the flowers tor Dr. Itr M. of tn REAL ESTATE 1 In Us in I to No Fair Held A ta no lair held In A Fair to beld audi if you want any information regarding the same ad- dress Secretary MARRIAGE Joe and Mairy both of Frank Gmorek both of F. of and Both A. of Framk B. of New amd Golden Westover of Chest wound in the boy's was ft hole tJw being enough at Uie entrance of hia The faintly is a IS of of goes out to In atui C. B. tood la twp. H. Sarah to Dr. C. B. j bs Mrs. David C. Mack Mrs. David C. of r M. engineer of died at home to In- How to Ba an A retired professor of mechanical engineering was called upon to deliver a few lectures on Invention to tbe senior engineering His first Injunction was that when one attempts tb devise a machine to do a certain one must consider directly tbe fundamental operations to be ed and must wipe from tbe mind all existing methods and all preconceived He stated that one so called Inventor attempted In the days of the scythe to Invent a mowing Being familiar only with the he designed a horse drawn machine which would a He limply replaced tbe man by a It is needless to saj that his Invention did not The prob leiu at efficiently cutting hay and grain was not successfully solved until It was attacked by a man with an open and he devised the knife of the modern mowing machine or American SAVE LUNCHEON Marian In Hor or of Miss Marian Bigler wiU a Saturday at her oa second In honor of Alice whose to John of wlH take place The house was rated and bells of ed in in which were tihe which Altoe aa ahe weme from ago shot by JobA ta to j wiM be or have i j bis to for Entertained Little The and 60 of their itte friends Saturday at borne on North The tots bad a all of games The Perfect Cup of Fill a kettle with fresh cold water that has run for a few moments put it to Place over an open china teapot kept Just for coffee metal is a clean wet old linen napkin or new square of un bleached letting it sag toward the depression A FINE RECORD About BO guests among whom were AGED LADY INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Serious Mishap Witnessed by People Sunday afternoon a party of tooma consisting of Super- of Gable's aged mother amid other persons from their auto Mrs. who is 80 being seriously Mr severely injured and a young lady having hear hand out The accident was b a of aim on were William H. and fan Mr. Patterson says he the was caused by She First Trap On Saturday Gun eMb its first at the kk scores what giving promise wiH be held Friday September 19. tog of a Tear tire when Mr four heaping HIT B cups of of finely pulverized to avoid a motor car Java Mocha or any preferred In the opposite the burst i brand of When the water in j tire causing machine to the kettle is at tbe galloping point j throwing the occupants into a field pour it through the coffee slowly until j DT side of the four cupfuls have filtered 1 Mr and his son helped Just the contents of tbe kettle can go carry a in if measured before allowing a little for Cover and take at once to Wash the cloth after breakfast and keep in a Jar of cold never permitting it If yon have to to get and freshening tbe water an 1m this mat every York j Judge Smith Right Man In the Judge O. boa made such a record OK the bench Uhat his are driven to their wKs ends to find with which to They freely admit that public have been down so thail the county debt is practically wiped They admit that he UMJ question and tibe problems us as any judge in They ad- mit that his decisions have such aa to command the respec admit his tatlon of the laws haa to fehe of coal business ta so that the operator is of absolute thie They admit his has marked by ability Betag absolutely without like a reatt Judge hiB rivals Who would fill his place and reached the pass tihey say is that ought to ibe ed that one term is em in at tbe be made a whole stock in trade is the Such a position is logic and ex gained by and judicial service amd tte of a term on the bench ore of ben to the of Judge Smith is recognized out as a Jurist of the first oad ten years of vice aire aa to every voter I that Allison O. Smith Is the man te the The i term hurrah Is about of j f driven to tie last resort of barren of ar- and a platform without any foundation In to support it. Like all platforms without support It is bound to faH with a to the great of those who have clambered upon ft. Political Frequently it is heard that the ceum U dying that the Increase of books and periodicals and the fact that nearly everybody is reading them has de- tbe demand for that tbe spoken word baa been supplanted by the Some people be- lieve this to be but quite the contrary is the It ls stated by Ralph editor of the Lyceum and Louis Its former the that there are In round Lyceum courses in tee United States and and I during the tummer months The audiences at- i tending these Lyceum courses and estimating very that many different people for attend on an average of five In winter and eight times In The written word can never quite take the place of the Great Men On It Is sometimes said that no aacb great men are to be found upon ibe platform now were found there Vn palmy the days of Cough and Wendell Let us In a recent sue of the Lyceum the Colt Lyceum Bureau of one of the leading bureaus of announces as part of their staff of Twelve Master and these twelve are but a small portion of great The twelve Detective William J. often called the greatest who happens to be a most charming and forceful speaker and who com- manda a larger fee than ator Robert Marion many observers said to bo the ablest man In public life and a moot remarkable Senator seph M. Roosevelt's campaign manager and an orator of groat J. Prank Haaly of rated as one of the greatest orators America has over Dr. Newell Dwight successor to Henry Ward Beecher In the Plymouth pulpit and almost his equal as A preacher and Captain mond Pearson naval and a most forceful who has more than held bis own In a series ot brilliant joint de- bates on the disarmament of the Governor Hanly taking the Dr. Hugh once greatest now an American citizen and a world famous author and Mark editor of the militant Collier's and a forceful Hon. Victor the Kansas Insurgent and leader of the Progressives In the tional Dr. Russell H. tor fifty-one years on the having earned over a million with WB one of Dia- which is a Lyceum William America's greatest living who has retired from the stage and will devote some time to the Lyceum in a lecture he calls Some Other and Senator William 8. for- mer judge and government who Is one of the younger leaders in the United States Surely an Imposing and to It could be added other as well like Henry J. John Hon. Herbert S. who will debate with Governor Hanly on the Federal Bishops Prank M. Bristol and William M. Harris R. Senator Luke Robert Parker Ralph Senator Miles Jacob A. George R. Albert Edward Hon. Lincoln Benjamin Leland T. Ellas Ross garet Sidney Landon and win More noted men are now on the platform than during any other which In large for its rapid Its larity and It is a matter for local pride that our supports the Andrew Dw tor of Bt aa bo kt to la too kud of Ida of la a abstainer from tne Bo to an ardent aaV of total that 10 per cent more than to employee on bis wbo does not drink during too In ID address to yonng men ro- Mr. Carnegie first and moat aacB and destroyer of yoong the drinking of I am no temperance or In bat a man wbo knowa and yoo what observation j baa proved to j and I say to yon that yon are more likely to fail In from acquiring the of drink ing thaa from all other temptations likely to may yield to any other The Equator In At the equator in Africa there euly two wet and tbe former eight ing the rains the natives live In bounds made principally of bamboo and with but as HOOD as tbe stop they set out for tbe forests and brace op and If not lost groond at least remain IB the and secure and maintain a respectable But from tbe insane for escape is almost I have known but few U a dangerous Tory likely to all that it can no beneficial all It Is tka part of wisdom to abstain from that might work evil and caa do no That no til effects are from Indulgence during tne of youth tne danger ot serious consequences In after atOt than if ill effects wan visible from the you aa young steeds Ing for tbe race of I know of one ao to defeat yoa km tbe contort as drinking of ale la oil That takea tn character of OMB and der than members of yon all Tbo Una aid to so narrow It la trory and it. Bettor bo Why ran Into Aa M good can ae risk bo atom ot to yoo can afford to aw ad- I pot tke to yam u a matter of to OM In of yon oan to campaign of It to for yon to do to tka to of tt to far BJoro ti against It A drink policy to wortk ton nfe to and the BOY SCOUTS AND They Total A company of boy called on ot present an copy of lowing la fitting sad proper that under oar la the of strong fore bett That troop U of tho anun Memorial Ot D. C. do hereby tha of our or la Bto brave stand against Kua aad Bto boeta secretary was highly with tbe and boy scouts for tbe said in appreciate tho ment yoo pay me la what I have done to regard to at the If since I haro grown to manhood I bad over tempted to begin drinking of nor I wonld by the feeling that my art might affect sume wbo look to tot i an and I ten that especially to public for as one bo- comes boner known Ms baa more 1 feel that I not lived hi vain If by abstaining from of Intoxicating liquors aa I i have to any to him resist thin on What causes the formation of skin on the of boiled milk aad of bot cocoa that to with Dr. of that It U the remit of of the lime In Heat ibe and and tbe lime carbonic acid from the air to a thin Him of carbonate of aim supports tbe tot the milk as well sume albumen and fat
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