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   Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1903, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               VOL. TIOGA OCTOBEH 1903. WHOLE COUNTYCENTENNIAL Organization to Celebrate Tioga's IflOtti Enthusiastic Meeting in Nymerous Approving afficers Plans Discussed. At a few minutes past two on Mnjof-Q. Merrick called to order in the court f oom in Wells- bor o a meeting for the -t nrtherance of the proper celebration of Tioga county's centennial a call for which signed by 21 prominent cit sens and addressed to the citizens of the coun- ty in was published the Aoi- lATOROf 7th instant. While at- tendance tbe was not it including not only rabsUntial citizens of bnt some of the residents of oth- er sections of the county. Major Metrick named' Bon. Charles Tnbbs.uf Oeceola.as chairman and the nomination was seconded by Hon. H. 6. after which Tnbbs was chos- en unanimously to preside at the meet- On taking the Mr. In a brief after expressing his grateful acceptance of the Honor bestow- ed upon said there were indications of a-general feeling aa to toe fitness of tbe proposed celebration. He reviewed the history of the development of the county's rich natural landed the -worth of its past and pres- and expressed much pleasure at the representative character 'of the assem- blage before him. The following officers of a prelimifiary organization to further tbe project of tbe celebration were elected Hon. Charles- of Judgo Jo Hon. ft- B.- Dr. M. DT..R. Tio- John L.- Artbnr M. Treae- Bon. Hcgh Short speeches in hearty approval of the project were made by Judge Jerome in the line of big recent recom- mendation to the grand Rev.H. L. Hon. A. B. of Hon. Davtd B. B. of Tioga PsothonotaryP. M. Judson of Bon. Hugh Dr. A. M. of aged a .permanent resident of the- county since Mr. O. A. of Marsh- r J. H. of Weetfield township i L. Bsq Mr. Bu gene of Mr. G. D of'Charleston 5 B W. of Middle bnry Rev. C. and Rev William Heakea. -Many interesting tacts of local and family history-were elicited.in these speeches. 'Mbstof the speakers bad been bora in this' and in come cases tbejr fathers and grandfathers as well. Aged Dr. Loop's was -with especial The arid character of the proposed celebra discussion- Humor had its place-in many of the marks Those of thespeakers who could not avow that they had been born in Tioga c evidently wished that they bad enjoyed that distinction and some so expressed themselves. There seemed to be geperal approval of Wells boro as place for holding the celebra tion and a or during next summer ..as March the the legislative en actment creating the being im practicable for sncb a festal purpose. the representative citizens present. The attendance included aUo Mt-ssre. .Charles E. W. H. and Alotzo West Mr. W. Rev. James A. Messrs. J V. Morgan and Alexander of By resolution the temporarycorgsniza' tion was made permanent and the officers were given power to fix the time and place for the appoint alt and. arrange the pro- gramme for tbe event. THE COMMITTEE ESI.AROED. On Monday afternoon meeting of the committee Bar AMQCJ tion rooms in the court-house and the Centennial Executive Committee was en. larged to cover every pan of the county M follows James Attld. L. Herman B. Chug. W. Chatham- Joseph' Wilson ClymtT-W A CotitiRtob Hnlland Corinttton borough S O Putnam. M Woo Dclmar-J. H. 1 A. A. Kuitu. s J. I. B Hiuhrwk Lawrpfioiv H. B IjWN'iMiMlllo-lJr. Darling. Liberty John Fonlkrort. Lllx-rtf J A Elliott. Kfcorb Oliver A H i H. I. WurfMlO How township Frufclc Aikon horourt- IT K B FSrot W. W H M Will form called to take further relative to celebration. of CoudOTsport's new Catholic chtirch will be laid Octo- ber 25th by Bishop of OCR PEERLESS BAUD. Qir Hn-rit Ku Xefwtcr Ccnytitoiati tkc Utn-rctpo-adence of tht Agitator. MORRIS Oct. 19.-Quite a nnm- r from this place attended the Band Concert given by tbe Wellsboro Military Band at the Optra-house on Tuesday evening pf week. The gramme was an exceptionally good overture from Rossini's Semtra- mide and tbe Tbe Germans store by exciting tbe most applause. The cornet That Are rendered by iam S. a Alorris Ron proved equally acceptable to tbe audi- and evidenced' to all present the young musician's perfect command of the insttnment to which be baa been so long devoted. Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Kroger left Mon- day morning a visit to relatives at Alabama. Frank Weteel has gone to In- dian where he has secured employment electrician with the Poteau Coal and Mercantile Company. Miefi Rebecca McGlellan is on a visit to relatives at Thomas for some years chief clerk at market resign- bis position and has gone to St. Bene- where he expects to open a place of business. Praises for Our A more delightful entertainment waa never afforded a Bloesburg says the than the one given On evening at the by that euptrb musical the Wellsborongh Military Band. Under the baton of their accomplished Frank A they terpreted tbe different numbers of'tbe which comprised both classical and popular with a brilliancy of execution and mastery of that proved every member not musician but an artist. It is seldom an amateur organization arrives to the degree of perfection which has .been attained by clever and Uileultd with whom music is a not a profession. There was a very large audience pres- ent and every number -was greeted with unstinted though the cornet solo by William and tbe Germans seem- ed especial .favorites with tbe majority. Miss Myrtle Clark's vocal solo was warm- ly and ihe vocal duett by Mrs.- F. H. Straiten and Miss Jennie E. But- elicited much applause. Miss Amy Brewster played tbe .piano accompaci- ments-for the vocal numbers. Hot only the congregation of the Methodist Episcopal but tbe esi- .ire community greatly indebted to Deans and his admirable band for the pleasure afforded our music loving people. When expenses are paid a very grati- fying surplus will be realized for tbe si'dewalk The of the Band enter- tained handsomely in Blossbnrg by tbe ladies of the who served a supper for them upon their ar- rival in 'that borough -after the long from and gave them another spread after they started on their return.- The Band's programme of 10 numbers was the same that was published in tbe AGITATOR'S is- sue of the 7ta instant. Grit's Morris Run correspondent says of the Several from this place attended the band concert given by the Wellsboro Military band at the Bloss burg Opera house on Tuesday evening last. The program was an exceptionally good the .overture .from Bossini's and The Germans Before by ner. Morris Run people were particular ly interested -igJMr. William S. Wood- a former resident -of whose- rendition of tbe Are the greatest and evidenced the musician's fine mastery over the instrument to which be has been so long Assault on an Old Mao. H. aged over of a land and lumber superintendent for the Central Pennsylvania Lumber Com is suffering from injuries received last Wednesday near Potter in a brutal assault made npon htaTby C. of thirt place. MR. JACOB BARTLE. DttU a Trmiatat tMUttt SketcatintUlt. C. aged for over GO fears a highly -esteemed resident of died of dropsy on Friday at his home in that the residence of bis son-in Mr. Henry J. Mitchell. Be was born in Chenango where he lived till he was 18 years when he located in this county where hie Mr. Augustus had already After com- ing to Tioga county the deceased was en- gaged for six years in farm work in the summers and in lumbering during the winters. He 54 years 340 acres of land la but afterwards sold the greater portion of retaining for the establishment of the 'homestead where most of big life was 'spent. For 18 until the plant was Mr. Bartle conducted a grist-mill upon bis farm'. He' then ran a mill in Charleston for three years. At the end of that time he rebuilt his mill in Delmar and conducted it for four at tbe end of which time it was again And its' owner thencefor- ward devoted the whole of Ms attention to in which he spent the re- mainder of the active portion of his life. Fifty-five years ago Mr. Bartle mar- ried daughter of Oliver Bacon. Mrs. Bartle died 13 years ago. Seven children were born to six of whom as follows wife of Jt T. of Delmar Mr. Eli of Shippen wife of Henry J. of Dehnar Wif6 of Wilbur -F. of Del- mar wife' of Charles L. of' N. and wife of Clinton of Mr. Bartle was a member of the Presbyterian' church. He joined the Grange years ago. He waa a staunch took .an active interest in public affairs and had served aa a member of the Del- mar School Board. Funeral largely attend- were held Sunday afternoon 'from M. Bartle's Rev. A. C. D. Burial in tto Branch cemetery under Grange auspices. KARSHLAJIDS EVERTS. Tbat Pirt Game Soiree. CorretpandaiCf the. Agitator.. Oct. A peanut party for Charles 'Smith and wife was given Thursday evening at Charles A festttval .for W. A. Jtaff at Hubert Marsh's Friday evening. Joshna Bernauer has sold his to Leon Ramsey. Howard of has been visiting Ida parents. Lemuel Carl and family have moved into the bo-use that they purchased of William Pronty. -Mrs. Can was taken Sick shortly after the removal and has not yet recovered. The hunting season for opened last local hunters don't seem to bag vety as they seem scarcer than usual this fall. Charles- Campbell. was relieved of on a recent evening. G. Knowlton is digging A cellar and preparing to enlarge bis house. Dayton of N. baa been visiting Ftir the Home for Aped. Charles the and Mrs. M. the Secretary of the organization having. in charge the projected Tioga County Home for the Agedj have issued a circular asking that the'chnfches in the some 75 in set apart November as a day on which the pas tore shall preach sermons on the of the aged and on which special collections for the Home project shall be taken- up. 1'he directors have been BO 'ttuuuur says the aoy the liberality a generous people that-they have .de- if to purchase the Bache homestead -in. _at a cost of Our society. Is seeking the good of all who have help- ed make this country what it is.' For those we propose to place 'a home be- tween them and the poorhouse. For this purpose we ask liberal collections from each congregation in the county. We have received so much money and so many subscriptions that we feel assured that the Home will be bought and with your assistance we hope to secure it by January 1st. Help us make it a sue- cess.' We request all contributions to be yic-4 to MraJSharlM tim with the handle of a grub and the latter was unconscious for some time after tbe assault and for a while bio life waa despaired of. As B in ae Mr. Dean recovered be asked that who bad i bwn and bound by employes of j same the lumber be released and his request fiat the man was arrested in Port Allegwy and held for trial ID bail. Hla reputation as regards a vindictive temper le bad A controversy ovtr rond Which tbe ber company had nude IKTOHB Kibbe's land led to the aiwinit.. Treasurer of tbe Tioga County Home for Aged on or before November 15th. Make remittance by P. O. or Ex- pren Money giving the name of the church and pastor and amount of so the secretary can hate Extended Southern Visit. C. C of left WHlcbnro Thursday 6to A two-monthly trip. her abeenw home D. Biwic W. and Wtlr in of SontlM'rn birth.' Ber home V.A.. hi tV Death of an Amiable Child. The Death of little tbe younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. occurred at her parents' home on Central in Wellsboro Monday forenoon. The child bad been ailing for two but did not appear to be ser- iously sick till after even- ing of which day she WM able to walk to her borne from the home of her Mr. Charles Herring- where bad been Btxying for sev- eral Kate WM years and this fall first entewid which joyt-d greatly. paanMtcd a mwt ami- able diffusing cheeri- dOTinjr crnciftl of the civil sordid they its many-other' rf thVltite otice sheriil of Lancasfa-r and who served Colonel in Che Confederate anay. tion of who knew Her iH- nfw is serrte full which abotst fiv. weeks Fmierwl will be tield at 2 afternoon from ber j LwMwHnna...Ltinmer Opmpa- new in Crwsfork M75.flOO feet will soon put I tihftpe to jt is feet every 24 bouts. LONG IMPRISONMENT Michael Bombaski Gets 19 Was Sentenced on Ryan's to Philadelphia Young Michael of Morris who on the 3d instant waa convict- ed of murder in tbe second degree In shooting his John in on. the night of July 18th received bin sentence Judge Ormerod last Wednesday afternoon at o'clock. The penalty meted out him was 19 years at hard labor in the Philadelphia The max- imum sentence for his crime is 20 years. Besides Sheriff VanDusen the prisoner waa accompanied into court by hie moth- other relatives and Mends and by bis Rev. B. the priest In charge of the Polish Catholic congrega- in Morris Run and Bloesburg. A good number-of spectators were present. Norman H. of made a most eloquent and touching appeal for mercy in behalf of the erring young and his stirring words were heard with the closest atten- tion. Following Mr. Ryan's Judge Or- merod addressed the prisoner-at length. Hia words included expressions of the conviction that Bombaski knew what he was doing when he shot Watkins and that the prisoner lured Watkins to tbe spot where the murder was com- mitted and there deliberately shot him. n hearing hia penalty the' prisoner maintained an appearance of indifier- but .his mother was greatly affect- ed. After the prisoner returned from le courtroom to the jail his mother and isters and several friends from Morris to spend tbo r he afternoon with and at the.cloee f their visit they made affecting -fare- Sheriff VanDusen started for Philadel with Bombaeki on Sunday evening the train leaving Wellsboro at 'He waa accompanied by Mr frank of Tioga. Just preceding lis departure the accompanies Sheriff VanDnaen and Deputy Sheriff partook heartily of a bounteous supper at the Coles in the prepar ation and serving of which Mrs. Coles the Wndhearted had take especial pains. Mr. Domett-then accom panied the Sheriff and uis prisoner as fa as the train. Sheriff YanDueen returned from Phi adelphla yesterday' forenoon. He Je Bombaski in good spirits in tbepeniten tiary where he was assigned to the so tary labor of knitting socks by the u of a machine which he turned with crank. Rumored Pensions lor Central Men. fyrsey Sfcore Herald. Employes of Central who have been in the service of the road 30 years or'overt and'have reached the age are greatly pleased at the evidences of a pension fund established on the Central'. That the Central- has the idea in view is for a hasr not pass- ed lately that' some old vfho will come within the provisions of a pen- sion arrangement has not had his name and record taken.' The figures will he taken before the officials they are and it will then bedecldec what ihe rate of pension will be. Foxy The musical Foxy Grand Aoditorinm lagtl -tht Friday evening before -a large who were greatly pleased with the-per- formance. The Pearce the gwndsonsT Mr. Ed. Groh as Foxy Grandpa and Rose Clemens Groh as the Italian carried off the but in this respect Lillian Maynard.as and J. A. Worth- ley aa must not be lost sight of. The supporting company was very the songa catchy and the electrical effects and other specialties up to the mark. Tbe chorus was fair. Of tbe musical the songs of the Neapolitan Trio and the' Matter with the Moon by Rose Groh and the seemed to be the moerenlhuslastically although the song of the Boys Pretty Polly might also be included with the above. We may safely that Wellsboro theater goers would appreciate more of this class of enterUdnmenti. Admitted' to Uw ear. Mr. Barry having pMoed the laW examlnfttion be fore the Examining compos ed of G. W. David fe F. E.- Wat toWj Esq. and D. Bsq oh last admitted to practice on the motion of E. Mr. Bodine ban been a student at law in the oftice of Merrick for two and bae beta a input fltndent. He will remain for a time in the office of bis spe- cial lined of study in Mr. Badine is youngest of the Itte Mr. A. and. of Mnt. WelUboto. He graduated from the Wellsboro High School in and frojii the Mannneld Normal School in in the college prepurntory cofttxe. wasnlfto a indent in the Collnke I fore taking tip the study of IAW. is claimed- tDK't bnt two have been made in 10 ywire in the flonr- ishing village of Bradford KILLS A FIHE Bitler'i Free Bay tilt Oiarterly-i Corretpmdeiuie of the Oct. 20-Francie H. Butler had the good fortune to shoot a flee bear one day last week. He made four shots at tbe first and third taking effect in the animal's heart. He ran a long distance after the bear and did good shooting. Hollis has been doing consider- able threshing through this section. V. Reed has gone to New York State Whither he of soon moving his Orin Warrlner tnd W. tJitchell at- tended on Saturday night the installa- tion of officers in Middlebury I D. 0. in Keeney Mrs JTettie Warrinef is injrrjjjng after being sick some time with heart trouble. The Freewill .Baptist quarterly meet- ing for Tioga county convenes in. the Drsper church- October that 2 p. m. and will hold over the following Sunday. J. although still under a is able to attend to his duties as justice. MAWSFIELD PERSOMALS. -A Blrik SickMM Lilt rf Vtattori -Other Comtponctenci of the Agitator Oct. P. -uson is sick. A new son graces Baldwin's home. Harry Kentner has moved his family from here to Leetonia. Of with his wife and is .visiting here. Bessie. Baldwin has resigned as tele- phone girl to teach in Austin's graded school. t B. M. Vedder is reported very Mrs. J. of and Miss Bridgie of have been visiting F. A. Birriolo. Lloyd after visiting has returned to his work in Corning. Bather Orvla. is-the- happy owner of a new piano. 3. 8 is shingling hia is -providing.it with a porch and is other' wise improving the LAMBSCREEK PERSONALS. Hew Caurcn of Cvi-retpondence of the Agitator. Oct. fi. Oyer has moved bis family from upper Lambs Creek to N. Y. John P. Griffin baa moved into the Clarence bourn. Mrs. C. C. Cooper last Thursday went to Stokeadale where she will a abort time before going to where she expects'to spend tbe winter with her dangherj Mrs.'William The Ladies' Aid society have jnst pur- a new carpet for the Methodist church. Anna M. Day has returned to Corning. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson' Day nesday in Elmira. Emery Fuller and lona Allia are sick with measles. Mrs. Rachel Styree has been visiting in Millerton and Somers Lane. -M. H. Eralic'and of axe spending a few days _ 'i Unprecedented In Our Commerce.. The proud pre-eminence -of Wellsboro among-the municipalities of this. Com monweaith.-and the world had a new and noble' illustration last when occurred upon onr Main street an event which has no parallel in the contemporaneous history of this or any other American borough. This unique and interesting event was a mule in .'after the usual con-. and the chivalry of the respective 'a small bay mule was exchanged for a big one of a pale gray color. Mules are comparatively scarce in this section and mule trades are therefore almost un- known in -any while swaps in the Very center of a great county's capital are practically unprecedented. And this trade had an added jpiqnancy from the mystery. which haunted it. The big gray mule was vaunted by its owner as a mighty beast in the one that vault- ed six-foot ditchee with a swift and easy grace beautiful to tee. Tbe owner of the little bay had him mated with an- other of the same size and and why he wanted to swap him for ihe fox hunter waa no more clear to the witness- es than why the owner of the big and gifted gray wanted to exchange him and hia gifts for the bay midget But so it though the wherefore mwt remain for the future to disclose. We are lim- ply reciting the and tbe reader must supply the neoetMury to clear np the mystery to suit himself. no Premium pi Honesty. William who lost in Troy Iwt received word at his home above Sylvmiia from Postmaster H. C. Carpenter to come down to M a roll of bills hud been Mr. Courtney came down Monday. .The money proved to be bis and found by Randolph Bnrt. Mr. Courtney with generosity offered Mr. Bnrt ten replied .t no premium on hofeevty in Troy and refnsipd any compensation. Two Crops of Hay in cnarlcMon. of be thin mMon on and we ftnww he Fnjia two he cut aud 12 of He etrt tJic first crop in Jnly and got eight big lowdis the crop wan cnt the fore partof it .'yielded three loads. tons to the in season is yield bard to beat in any THE HOVEMEK TERM Of COURT. ic Jirynek Drain Serve tfce Fext term. The following are the grand And trav- erse jurors drawn to at the next term of is to convene on November 233 Andrew laborer Blosa. C. Boyden. Dtlmsr. Thomas Duncan. A J. Deerfl- Id. Gfeorgo Coag Bloeaburg. Contluo Connslley. Covington Harry Tioga township. 'A' B. DelmVr. Joseph C Elkland. D. 'WellaUoro. William Brookfleid- E. C. Longhotbqtn. Mansfield. Jawe. W. J. B Nelson boroafctr. Mark L. Covington town- i F. taojga township. George B. Bobbins Sullivan- Sylvester Delniar Johh E. farmer. Jackson. Edward L. SWppen. J. M S. Osceola. Robert S Watreua. Gaines E. E. TRAVEbSU WEEK. Fred William S. Charleston. W. W.JBenfley. Richmond. Elmer E. Detaar. Ed L. Richmond. -Homer B. -Sullivan. Tbomaa farmer. Delmar. John B. Dengle. Westfleld borough. Pelniar. Jfllcbael Dwyer. R. iBloesburg. Thomas Blosa. Wm. J. Jackson. Wm. U. Edward J. Charleston. W. Aiaaaa Delmar. B. A. Ban Butland. Samuel miller. Middlebnry. Jacob tiberty Charles Frank farmer..Wtstfield borough. li a Brookflelfl. Wm. Charles F. Nelson borough. t Charleston. Pavid borough. Willard G. Lawrence. Jesse Bloeaburg. F- C. E. U. Middlebuiy. Alfred Bloeabnrg. W. Pewwr. Farmington. John B Mansfield. Cbatfiftin- Horace Beep. ThomM Delmar. Reuben Sullivan. Alvarns Wellsboro. Fred 2. Jackson. 0. WeetfleW towartiip. J. W. Oajnet. Thomas D Tioga borongn. Fred Frank farmer. Farmington. township. Alfred 0. Delmar. TBAvIRgK D. Knoxvule. Frank W. Q. K W.-Bodlnef WellsBoro A. farmer.-Selson borough. Robert E. Liberty. Matthew Bloes-. Thomas Wellsboro Charles Buckley Delmar. Robert miner. Bloss. John C3iappeU. A. A. E. S. EwmhdK carpenter. Morris. Otis 9 gentlemao. Covington boi Ed farmer. Llbertr- J'ohn M Morris Jackson. Eugene. Wellsboro. Emerson Holton. .Rutland. Qulntlllis C. Liberty bor MartiaL. Duncan. Dennis drayman. Mansfield. A. Shippen G. K. Gaines. O. Richard Ixmgbothutn. MA Victor farmer Cnion. w A. B. merchant. Elkland Wm. M. E. Westfield borough. Thomas J. S. John Bloseburg. Rutland. Ed Samuel liveryman. WelUboro farmer. Jarkson. Fred D Clymer. Henry WvWatrous farmer. Gaines. Teachers' Institute Instructors. Gdnnty Superintendent Longstreet.bas engaged -able Instructors for the day sea slons of the which is .to con- vene the first week fn The following is the Dr. Andrew Thomas of the Mansfield State Normal School. Dr. 8. D. University of Chicago. Dr. Preston W. Mate. Henry Department Pub- lic Instruction.. Prof. Bamlin Mansfield State Normal School. Mrs. Mary Bant. scien tiflc lecttrer for W. C. T. Idin Zenette Wells- Pa. D. Longwell and MiwKath4 leen who are among Tiogms most popular younR says tbe happily married by Rev. senden at the home of tbe Bride's Wednmdny jtut after the noon hour. In of who attended from BornelUville. Wellsboro nod other The handsome ly triuimed for the occaMon. The bappy conple Ml riy thp Erit at Sifffi for a short wwldSng aftwr which thpy will at bomfe at corntfrMaln atidChuf'Gh Poison in lemonade. H'.yww-old Potter connty girl died from a and the to ber she rxink- ing and while was preptrlng knocked from shelf box of rtingh on It DOW thonght that of paiiion tonrt liwn into the Ifmona which girl drank She taken sick soon and when the physician was the nest day she was beyond UTTLE M KILLED The Accident Occurred in Clymer on Caused by the Discharfe of a GIB While the Child was Handling It. Corrcrpondmctof Vie Agitator. Oct. 20. A little boy named about fear years Beech waa ahot and instantly killed by the accidental discharge of a. gun laat Friday. A boy named John Bar to had been and laid down bis gun by the fence while be climbed a for some apples. The child came up- and iu some Way- charged the its contents entering head and causing instant death. The funeral was held from the West Woods school-house The Barto boy thought he was at and fell from the bruising himself con- siderably. The typhoid fever patients ering and no new-cases are reported. Miss Mae teacher of the primary visited her parents in Wellsboj-o Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Patterson 'are moving In- to the Harrison has bought the Dr. Bottom nonse that Was occupied atterson and will shortly move into It. F. E. Edwards and wife visited in Osceola Saturday. C. E. Bernauer and wife entertained le Epworth League Friday evening. A elightful time reported. 'Misses Carrie Guild and Niaa who are teaching near were home over Sunday. A couple of- ne'w street lamps near the Episcopal church cause' great mourning' among those youngsters who found ite shadowy-arches a- fine place for spoon- Work-on.the Methodist is pro- greasing rapidly and will soon be tech Tn thr tire gningrfigitr tion is genetonsly accommodated in the chnreh. Miss Bessie Wallis-entertains the TS. CltikthU week. and Mrs. Klein Baker have return- ed from a visit to Baker's Mr.- and of Deposit -4 HILLS PEKCILMGS. At Teaeueri' laititute-.A Blra-OUier of tKe Agitator. Oct. Dr. 'of Was here Saturday. Edtth Smith went to Elmira one day James English .has shipped a carload of buckWneat-to TSew .York. Mrs. Wr Robbina -and were recent visitors at A son was born on October to D. Morley and -wife. D. B. Whitney and wife go to-inor.row to Cortland to spend ft A-good number of our young ladies are attending Teachers' Institute Condetsport. Almon wife and shoppsd in Westfield Saturday. W. W. White is tum'ber.to 'Ray S wetland and bride came home Friday evening. George Mack And wife have returned from their visit. The former is in very poor healthr V- 1 _ Illegal Hunting. has been considerable illegal hunting this according to current says-tbe Free- and while .the early ra have very careful not to- fall under the eye of the still the boom- of guns has been heard both. on week-days and snmlays. game warden has' spent sjiue time look- ing up but the obtaining of sufficient evidence to warrant prosecu- tion is somewhat difficult. Those who obey the law for the most psrtj loath to give testimony against .their neigh- _ consequently about the only way for a warden to get convicting' evidence is to catch the illegal L-unter red banded. Galeton sports done considerable shooting on Phoenix creek and other sparsely settled haunts of game but none been caught With the goods. An Italian was hunting near Elkland the other day and was arrested and a fine Tbe game laws were enacted to protect game and make bunting. a. enjoyable sport and all true spo jnen are willing to npto the bnt while nearly all would give evidence if a man was seen disobeying they are certainly very reluctant in peaching on game law John Bis satcbel. A returned Trojan from California ro- utes an auitutlhg-incident oC 'the oil mag- John D. whose privi- lege It waa to be entertained at the Mune hotel that of the A wealthy dude from Chicago consumed a page of the register including a retinae of serv- imU and eight horses. The multimil- John who had been waiting to bin and Income white waiting had donbtlem JWfittmnUt- if d KufBciently to buy the dride many up and John D. and Cowl Baclwueat L. of of be mewnre. This ii for few can beat his rec- _ _ Dell of Onrayo. to be trttd In Condewport December next tty- ing to shoot wife. He WM tntaxtat- ed at tiae. Hto MI hte atrMt.   

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