Clearfield Progress, October 18, 1913

Clearfield Progress

October 18, 1913

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Issue date: Saturday, October 18, 1913

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Clearfield, Pennsylvania THE CLEARFIELD PROGRESS Volume VIII CleatffieU, PeiMMyfcmnia, Saturday, October 18, 1913 SULZER IS BY A VOTE Is Not Disqualified From Holding Office CLYNN NOW GOVERNOR Stephens, Lewisburg, Is secrotarj. and ithe Youmg Peope's board will hold their sessions on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday sv.lvania Baptist Ministers' union will mwet evening The Job B Rarlxjutr, Erie will on Tlu- Problem of au h. Mission Society Sessions Tlie Woman 'h UaptKt Honx> MLs skm society will its Moi Tuesdaj a.nd of vr A HANDSOME STORE Fixtures Arriving for the McCrory Establishment. The fixttures for the McOrory five amd ten cent store to the Johnston block are arriving daily. Several dray loads of counters and shelves have been received at the store, and will be placed In position at once The front of the. stare will pre- sent a handsome appearance whan the windows amd doors are completed The windows are. circular in from and the entire store room has been fitted up in a neat and attractive manner. WILL REACH 3500 Hunters' Licenses Being Issued Large Number. In The eoid of the week ftads about 2700 licenses to humt lu couoity by the county treasurm with applitatloais eaiough to Dwell ittte number to SfiOO. When the deer season operas it is expected that at least 1000 more U- will bo applied CRISES IN THE LIVES OF MEN Thems of Evangelist it Glen Richey Tabernacle "LAY Chair Covers for Rent. The Revival Stands for the Best for Ycur Boy and Girl, for the Best Civilization in State and Nation- Prays for More Enthusiasm. Interest to the prayer meetings at Glen Richey has Increased thia week. When; mem work and are unjabte to attend the they stop their work to pray at 10.30. Even down ita tho mines fa fa. prayed, and la No. 5 mine at third left In a, littta room was an organized prayer nueet- tog. Spoke of Crisis. Tine evangelist'e theme on FVWay evening was "The Decisive and his text "The Hour Haa He described aoroe crises to hltory. SPECIAL CLUB OFFER Progress and Pittsburgh TimeaMay Had at Small Coat, For a limited time offar tte Clearfield Daily PROGRBM. leading in Ma Htid, Mat the both yew for cash to or we will send the Oast-field Weekly Progress and the Daily both one year for This to Rood on rural delivery routes onjy, and not apply to seotlona an regular agento for the Send remittances direct to office. Oat. 1C tt. Chair Cm era be ml, h aj, Round Top for the republic, rwiUHl from ilw So. ioty of Waterloo for Napoleon, then he men- 8t plj Andrew's BpUcopal church to Mr Van Ap- Mrs. fivorge Poo-nan, that Suiter urged or counted vice of lVs TO ADVOCATE ELECTION OF OSCAR MITCHELL Previous to the convening of the 1m peaohment court the senate mot and wil1 We.lnesd.n on .dfonrned until Oct 22 This perfuuc 'Ion and Progress tory work delayed somewhat the open- i Ttho program for tho is Ing of the court. About this time word I aj attraethe prom came through Chester C. Platt. ernor Sulzer's secretary, thnt the de piu'tins governor might give out hK i dhintts from v.inous 'of the couitrv anioig v Speeches to he Made in Towns Throughout the Cour.ty Under the the Coin of UK- Ui be- rer the decision than "if he had teen a rabbit tibot I Up to the time of announntmaiit of the vote of 4.' ceived the news thnt he had found guilty under ttie fourth article by a vote of 43 to 14 be had the tendants at the People's Honaa pack- ing up preparatory to hia leaving. Is ready to depart. Not until Sunday afternoon wlB M- zer Albany. He baa not yat de> elded where be will go, but hia say he is planning a trip to some qubat place In the wberc and Mrs. Sulzer, who la aaid to hi hysterical moot of the time, can rant ;