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Bloomsburg Columbian (Newspaper) - September 30, 1909, Bloomsburg, PennsylvaniaVol 41.h looms/1 org i a., thursday september >10. 1909. A o 39. A when you want to open a Bank account have a Check cashed borrow Money or make an investment Callon theold re liable the Farmers National Bank of Bloomsburg capital $60.000 surplus $100,000 u m. in Rob. M. Mix Kisey. Casimier. Directors j. L. Moyik n. It. Fink c. M. Crk Vking c. A. w. L. White c. W. Runyon or. J. J. Brown m. Milu Isrin 3 per cent. Interest paid on time deposits. In seven years. What How Boon done by the. Rose Mont Cemo tory company within the past Dorado. Company is now in Fine shape. There was a time when Rosemont cemetery was not the most attractive spot to be found. In fact it was More or less neglected and not much care was taken of it. Some years ago the Entrance was improved by the erection of a residence for the Sexton. It was not until seven years ago when William r. Ringrose was elected superintendent that things began to look different. Col. Freeze and he took mailers in hand and from that Tinte on improvements were made both in outward appearance and in financial management until today the company has Money at interest and the grounds Are beautifully kept. Or. Ringrose was elected superintendent on september is 1902. At that time there was paid to him the sum of $145 54. Which was All the Money the company possessed. Its liabilities were a $2000 mortgage with $300 of unpaid interest and a floating debt of about $500. Today these debts Are All paid and there is an invested fund of about $1 . The Cash inc copts of the company for the past seven years have been As follows for Veur hiding sent. 1.1 a in a a a a two s4u.�.u3 a a a a 340# i 11 a a 11 a a Ilmoni Stum. 13 a a it a a a a ihi7 4-77 32 i a a a a a a i Inis 8081 .1 7 a a it a a a a 11011 4387.1� with this Money the debts have All been paid the new cemetery has been paid Fot a hand it me new office building at the cemetery entrants has him erected at a Cost of $2ooj an Iron Fence Lias been erected on first Street at 1 1 St of �642 a Stone walk costing 15 Lias been Laid a new drive Liru Agni the cemetery has been made costing #225 a steam Plant has been installed 111 the Sexton a House costing $385-87 the House has been painted which Cost $76.87 and a draft of All the lots in the cemetery has been made at an expense of about s100 it involved the measurement and Survey of every lot and took much time and labor. With this draft the superintendent is Able to locate any lot desired at a moment s notice where before it required a search through the cemetery. There is on hand and All paid for nearly it too Worth of slate vaults for grave linings. It was discovered by col. Freeze and or. Ringrose by an examination of the books that there were Many lots on which Little or nothing had been paid by the purchaser. A systematic plan of collection was instituted and it irly every lot was fully paid for thus realizing Many bund reds of dollars Lor the company. Another very Pronier plan was adopted by making 11 charge of a Dollar a year for the care of each lot theretofore Many Graves were Mared for no attention being Given them except what the Sexton j gave them. Now each lot owner is asked for a Dollar and the result is two or three Hundred dollars in i the aggregate and the company j cares for ail Graves and keeps the grounds in Fine order. Another innovation is the keep-1 ing of a Complete record of every j burial with the name age cause second election on monday resulted in 11 great Victory for the old Board. The largest vote Ever polled. The second election for managers of Rosemont cemetery company was held at the office of col. J. G. Freeze 011 monday afternoon at the regular election held two weeks ago but seven of the eleven managers were elect id there being a tie vote on the other four. In such a Case the by Laws provide for another election and accordingly september 27th was appointed the vote to be for four managers to make up the required number. The members of the old Board who were candidates for re election were c. A. Kleim w. R. Ringrose w. O. Holmes and c. S. Furman. The candidates of the opposition were William Shutt Frank Kash her John w. Harman and Thos. Gunther. The result of the election was 320 for Kleim Ringrose Holmes and Furman and 169 for the new candidates. The seven previously elected Are col. Freeze a. H. Hid Lay s. F. Of Carock Frank inc Ler j0i111 Scott g. G. Baker and Geo. A Mckelvy. The regular meeting of the new Board will he held next monday night. A new Fife Organ. In addition to the Many extensive improvements now being made at the reformed Church a Fine pipe Organ will soon be installed which will add to tit Beauty of the Interior and greatly enrich the service. The Organ will be presented to the Church by mrs. M. K. Knt As a memorial. It will come from the factory of r Muller amp son of Brooklyn who built the episcopal and methodist organs. This will be the second Organ presented to this congregation by mrs lint. Some years ago she and her Mother mrs. Be trikes donated a Large voc Aleon As a memorial to mrs. Lint s daughter. The new pastor. Rev. Or. Slough is expected hero this week. A a a a a gone to Trinity College. The freshman class at Trinity College Hartford con has six to five members. Among them is Litlie Lbert to Altot Smith -011 of i r. And mrs. I. Franklin Smith of new York. Or. Smith is a Sou of mrs. Nettie Smith formerly of this town and a great Neph a of or. Judge Elwell mrs. Smith is 1 1 1 lighter of 1 lie late col. Samuel Knorr. Both Are Well known Here. Of death Date of death and burial of the deceased. For allot tie of changes and improve me ills the credit is due to the managers who authorized them and to William r. Ringrose who has so Well carried them out. That the great majority of the lot owners Are Welt satisfied with the management of the old Board and with superintendent Ringrose was attested by the result of the election on Moudy lust. Or. Ringrose will undoubtedly be Cap ponied to the position that he has filled so Well. Comptrollers Call. Re foot of t1ik condition of to a i la Fiona Sanft at the close a to business september 1st, 1909. Ukso Cocks. Liabilities. U. S. Bonds Loans and investments a furniture and fixtures Cash and Reserve $100,000.00 562.806.139 8.000.00 l07.723.rxj $778.530.68 capital Stock $100,000.00 surplus and profits 61,466.71 circulation Bank deposits 7.907.67 individual deposits 509,156.30 pm. Ii. Hidlay. Casi 11 . $778,530.68 a. A. So hoc 11. President september court. Large amount of routine Burines Transu ded and Many in attendance. Long criminal list. September court opened on monday with All the judges present. 1 p to thursday the following routine work had Lieen done in i Mccase of Commonwealth is. Mary Moser and Clara Ball surety of the peace cases the court fixed saturday morning for a hearing. Fred Ikeler presented the report of the viewers in favor of a county Bridge Between Hemlock and Montour townships which was confirmed Nisi and will be presented to the grand jury today. In the Case of George j. Vander slice is. Irondale electric Light company amendment to the declaration in the Case was allowed. C. J. Fisher presented the report of viewers in favor of Bridge in Franklin township near Bucher s store which was confirmed Nisi. In the estate of Mary a. Earlcy deceased Alex. C. Jackson presented tic return of Sale for confirmation Nisi. The Bond of h. D. Miller tax collector of Mifflin township was presented by c. E. Kreisher and approved by the court. We. Chrisman presented the return to the order of Sale in the to Tate of Alice e. Kile deal., tor confirmation Nisi. He also presented petition for a subpoena in divorce in the Case of Annie l. Bittenbender is. H. W. Bittenbender. The subpoena was awarded. In the matter of the estate of we. Kerschner of. Millville whom it was alleged in a petition presented by or. Chrisman was unable to manage i e ate the court was requested to appoint a trustee to take charge of the same. It was decided to hear the matter before a jury to be selected from those in attendant c at court. In the Case of Valme Rupert Assignee of w. H. Brooke is. A. T. Davis 011 motion of c. W. Miller an appearance was allowed to he entered. J. I. Evans Esq., presented the return to the older of Sale in the estate of Jacob Hart deceased Lor confirmation Nisi. Clem r. Weiss Esq., presented his report As auditor in the estate of David and Hester l. Shaffer of confirmation Nisi. The return to the order of Sale in the estate of John Bitte Beuder deceased was presented by c. E. Khe her Esq., Ami confirmed Nisi. I11 the estate of Elias Leiby deed the order of Sale was continued. Upon a petition presented by e. J. Flynn Esq. Private Sale of the real estate of George w. Davis late of Centralia deceased was or dared and the Bond was approved. An application Wax presented for a Charier for the orthodox Catholic it Churchi at Centra a olm g. Freeze Esq., the master who had heard the evidence recommended it in his report to the court. I11 the Case of Bridget due cavy is. Ann c Grant it al partition in equity or Flynn presented a petition for a judgment Quot pro con Tesso Quot and for the appointment of a master. In the matter of the License of t. J. Madden in centralise a petition a was presented signed by the owner a of the pet miss asking for a Rule to show cause Why the License should not be transferred without mad. Den s consent. The petition rep re the Fisher Case. Will by argued Befaro supreme court next week. The Henry Fisher murder Case will be again argued before the supreme court. Probably 110 murder Case in the history of Northumberland county has attracted the widespread attention that the Fisher Case has and the outcome of the coming argument before the highest tribunal in the state will be eagerly looked for. Fisher was first tried for the murder of mrs. Sarah Klinger in september 1907. An Appeal was made by his attorneys and the higher court in May 1908, reversed the judgment of the lower court and ordered a new trial. The second trial took place in september 1908, when the verdict was once More against the defendant. His lawyers took exception to the verdict in the last trial and base their reasons for a new trial on twelve assignments of error including introduction of improper evidence and the separate and Gross misconduct of the jury during the trial. The arguments will be presented to the supreme court during the week of monday october 4th. Ikeler Warner. At High 110011 on wednesday september 29th, 1909, occurred the marriage of miss Laura f. Warner daughter of or. J. Dimock Warner of Jonestown to or. J. Harold Ikeler son of or. And mrs. I. B. Ikeler of Greenwood township. The ceremony was performed at the brides Home by Rev. J. W. Wiggles Rector of St. Paul a Church Bloom Birg in the presence of continued on Page members of the two families. There were no attendants. The Mendelssohn wedding March was played by might a Jessie c. Ikeler sister of i the bridegroom As the couple entered the parlor. Ferns and Cut Flowers were the decorations. The Bride was attired in a very becoming travelling suit. Many Beautiful gifts were bestowed upon the Bride by her legion of friends among the gifts being some line solid Silver from the choir of St. Paul s Church of which she had been a member for Many years. Both of these Young Popic arc Well known an i deservedly popular among thir Acque Liu Taticek. For nearly two years miss Warner was a very efficient assistant in tile business office of tin columbian. Leaving blooms org 011 the 6 05 Lackawanna train or. Ami mrs. Ikeler went to Buffalo Nuil Niagara Falls and other Points in new York. On their return they will reside with me. Ikeler s parents near Millville for the present. Those present at the wedding were Rev. J w. Wiggles blooms Burg or. J. I. Warner miss Nellc Warner or. Mid mrs. K s. Warner. J011 Stowe or. And mrs. I. B. Ikeler a bsds Jessie and Irene Ikeler Millville mrs. Frank Steadman and daughter Sara Louise Harrisburg or. And mrs. M. C. Frey and son Herbert Wilkes Barre or. Ami mrs h. S. Wilson and son Edward Loonis Birg. The hut wishes of a Large Circle of friends follow this bridal pair As they enter upon the matrimonial sea. A a a the last game. The last base Ball game of the season will he played on the Curi get Mill grounds on saturday october 2, it 3 30, Between recreation Puiul Shick Shiuey teams. To cloth Are the finest in America. Re a statement is based on the fact that they clothe More men than any tailor in the they would not he a the largest Trade if their clothes were not the finest samples now on display to measure Only and at popular prices. I $12 to $40 the finest there is in ready to Wear clothes. We Are leaders in boys suits. 2.50 to 8.00 Stetson hats for fall adlers gloves for fall Cluett shirts for fall Luzerne underwear for fall l. And w. Trousers for fall Townsend a Corner clothing store Bloomsbury a

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