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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Bristol, PennsylvaniaDort Trust coi i my Ishum Orth in Oua Idin t. C f u to c Omi Ull to to chm. 1 John t4hdlcy, trait grrr. 1 nut of Ortr. Inner i i Luis i Hap Man. Joint c. Stuck Crl. I i. Iii mint run. John Hart Mituri he dlr lifter , 11 . Matiluna k. i or Norm Henry w mum Siu Keri. Buck Man Ihm Mikiji John c wit Riley. Notice All tags redeemed at Max Cohen s tobacco Stora Mill Street for premiums. We Ane Iiralo Ilmi. To i if Rohrback dentist. Artificial Teeth Repa Riaf extinct iof. Parkland Heights county it Edw. Lovett real estate broker Inhkham i to loan on firm Morl Fage. Aid Klmle. Immy it Peirce Williams lumber Yard , a Rockin with Bill Oise or All k1nhs at kka8on m1i.e mall Wim a tsar wort h. Jacovone 11 on i . Of Washington Riri Ruil 433-tf we. Cherry n pairing in. High Grade i r us a Willie for f Nale at All tymm. attended to 116 a Dellota 4 to new and second land furniture bought mid i bold furn Turt for Wile Altamont an Good m Chw. It Dorr Nutce it Lintol. Charles Henry Moon Wooda Ournac. County Surveyor. also to trolley and it. Court woj Leston. . Mil Street Bristol. Be we Honor Drui . Larn curl Tiina a. Of and birr Nuj non chm by Wiwi i in Ipuy m. Elizab Kab ob1chton, ceo. W. Fisher express Man hauling kinds. Men ing arpe Claty. 431 hired Bristol. Iso farms for Sale from r to 3do sonic in Small places cheap. Send for new catalogue. Horace Reeder. Jiuu Liuigi or. D. Thomas her la. Action Okite l h with och k from 1122 w p. Henry e. Ancker. 3o6 Stock Exchange stocks and Bonds Wight hold on t Sec Matt W. Boo2 tit estimate com fully Nolven. S5s Lafayette Bristol. for Sale. Brett dwelling with r ii modern improvements a tufted on the errant. No. Too Rad lure no apply to a Jamks. Humphreys or the cure of do mems of horses cattle shape Dyga poultry. I i . Mun. Ims. Grata. . Few Cocom. I w. 9.9m . Hilwa. Al work i c 1 i . Price co menu por bottle to vet. Cure Oil for stable or Field us at druggists or prepaid a Ropace Book the trem Bmat Aad care of Domestic Abu Sals Aad stable Chart to Tutag of. Bulled free. Population is about 9.v-j the Gazette is the county s most progressive paper 701, Xxxvii. 39 Bristol Bucks county a. Friday february 26, 1910. The Gazette his the largest circulation of any newspaper in Bucks county with one exception Rev. Thatcher s eloquent Sermon the men s Meelin at Ibe Baptist Church to brewed by Munden pastor. Rcv. U. T. That Lier of Camii Len formerly of Cluster pa., delivered an address to an audience of 202 lit lie lit the Hontol chinch hint hindi in Tift Cannon. Item. him been u up cuke r it tie men s meeting ont e each your und be ism general favorite but never wus he Hii int in Heller advantage than Lait sunday. Ii address was follows bks. Thatcher s 1 am Huie that it la always with the profous Kleit pleasure Tomt i to these meetings at Bristol. A very year i announce to you the personal plea buro i experience in addressing Yon und i unsure you Tho expert Crici u m Grout today an it was on the occur Xiii of my first privilege in i or . I the invitation extended to me und f wish i were in bolter physical condition today. I Hud to get up Stirly thin illumine mid go to ii physician hat lie might get me in Kiich shape hint i nil tit Curry on my work today. To Dity at the clone of my morning service in Cirii Idun in Udy ised me not to come to i Ristol this afternoon. I Marl 1 cannot Iii itts Pic Hurc of i Ting to Bristol fur anything in the would i would lit Tomt Large body of Filien if any Poss Itile menus in Giuld let me tiring to them u helpful Richs and i want 3011 to Rani Cobei me earnestly in your prayers us i Blell Sacuk to you this afternoon. The mesh Inge i want to bring to you in not distinctly outlined in my Nind Imit i May Liei Ible under the Plo Vidi lice of Ood und the teming to toll something helpful to you. Mum to chanue8 wrought. As Liy Niles never undergo change. Liun Iliesiu of Yeum ago geographically pc Nimg i Lottsburg was Hail Miles from i l in dipl ii it is just As Fari puny Tui Lay. A Lii Indrei years ago new Voik Van about two Iliyn from Philadelphia it is just us far us Over today. New is just us Remote from a Junann it wus u ice Lucy ago. Using tiles Ilis Tancos from u geographical Point of View Thov Remi in lie same but i in hid Cring i help distances from the Point of Ilow us to time mighty changes have been wrought. One Hundred years Ngu i lots Birg was Oliree Wicks from Toiny it is less Liun ten hours. A Hundred years ago now York was two Days from 1 Hila Delphi us i said today fifty trains susceptible change until a degree o utmost pure Tioli is rec had in this Day. You and i drink the same kind o water that stacked thu theist of tin first parents in the Garden it Kdan but the it to mils of Acque Lillig it Viivi undergone u serious Chun Iio. Years ago a ii Iun slacked his thirst at mowing Spring then crime the be. Tile old Oaken bucket to the Well tilt town pump u pump in Midi Man Yard then u spigot in his Home. There bus been u wonderful change throughout the years in Tho Inot Lioio by which to acquire the water to. Slack our thirst. The old methods of Eving Elisii won t do for our Day and you men ale witnesses to that truth us an example bore tills afternoon. The Moody and Hunkey Man und especially their is nut the Tyno of evangelist of this Day. Kvan Kel Isiu of Tho future is not n to u form of service but of service to pcs ii Christ. The old service was instituted to Render service unto men am Uro learning in this Duy that the Groat strength of Jesus Christ must be applied to the problems no face in All the aspects of to your contribution to those Grout death struggle coming. It is not fur Distant when it is to Como. It is the death struggle be tween capital and Industry us represented in the working classes. 1 be Lieve that such things As Are going on in Philadelphia today arc imply the. Grout symptoms of the under current sweeping our modern civilization from in Industrial Point of View and in this great connect someone hns said is going to be an Industrial Awakening. The Church of Christ has u part in this transitory period she must have u living message to thu political Situa Titu of the of Tuio. The Church or Christ cannot if she is to is not righteousness Justice and equity our ideals for America in danger of overthrow the Church of Jesus Christ can no longer be silent on these great problems. She must put the very Best of her blood arid Bruin into the solution of every one of must speak with no Uduc Ertuly voice to the Man Hood and womanhood of America to Day. I believe that every single one of you can appreciate every one of these problems. I believe you Are so deeply interested in them that you Are anxious for some mighty instrumentality through which you May express the conscience of your opinion and there can he no better Opportunity than in the Church of Jesus Christ. There never was a Dav when the Church of the son of god worked hard As it does in this duty. Today she is More in Earnest More Active More faithful to grave and Ever Gruver responsibilities. I venture to say that the pastor of this Chuich never worked As hard in his life us he is working at this Day. He knows that with the increasing years he will have to meet the increasing necessities by increasing his own Endeavor and application of strength to the problems he must face in this town of yours Piid in this Community. 1 Appeal to you As men As Ameri cans i Appeal to you in the name of Jesus Christ to give yourselves to the great Church that through the Church of Christ that must Ever land in the truest principles in the social life that May Spicak in the chinch for equity for righteousness for Justice for the Blessing of Man and the glory of god. Of the Challenge that comes into the individual manhood of this Day. Let a Young follow Secue u Luei athe position in any great business Eon Coin and he known Eliut in ibis would respond to the Call of Tho Flag. If the nation needed the might of Tho irm every one or us would give our strength to the support of our nation o Tho defence of its institutions. If he perpetuity of our great country today demanded the sacrifice of our physical mechanism to would Lay Iii my upon the thur of our nation s one of us but what this treat nation needs today is the Sacri ice of our intellect and moral Man mod upon the altar for the solution in every one of our political oco Nomi Cul Una Industrial Pio Blums. When men think As Jesus thought rom the Point of View of righteous loss when men act us Christ acted rom Tho strongest conviction if duty ind integrity when men go Forth to Loas Chiist went Forth to do to Luy Lown his life if necessary in Ordor hat the manhood of the world might Lave the of righteousness of his strength when men act us Jesus cited then the problem we face in ill american life will be solved. I App Cul to you in the name of inns Chiist Captain of our Isalva Ion to your manhood to him ind let him by Hist own Beautiful spirit dedicate it Eliut your mural strength May to Given to the moral Ife of our great american Republic Mil solution of the mighty social problems we face in the world today. Miry Ood bless you. Andalusia. F Allington. Or. N. By cards has Purchase a new horse. Charles Brown has been Visitin his son in tic Runton. Ralph of Philadelphia wus a sunday visitor Heie. A flock of Robins was seen in to Village on wednesday morning. The last meeting of the l. T. L met at the Home of Ella Watson. Mrs. Margaret Mill was a Peceu visitor at her bothers Kvan l. Way Lor. Or. Wilson and family of Trenton have moved into George Firman House. Tho w. O. T. U. Met at the Home of mrs. Edward Croasdale on Satur Day afternoon. Mrs Willitts b. Farce and George Moore of Trenton Junction were sunday visitors Here. Thongs Smith has bad a Telephone put in his House recently making to fifteenth in the Village. Frank Smith is having a Fine House and barn erected on his property in the lower end of the Village. The present grip sufferers Are mrs. Philip Longhurst Albert s. Hibbs and daughter Dorothea and mrs. Sallie Johnson. George l. Moore father of George Moore jr., was stricken Wilb paralysis last Friday while loading stalks on a Wagon Titusville and diet on saturday morning. Engineer Thoma Lawrence of the 131ti Crew West Morrisville Yard was badly soul did Hist week by the burst ing of in bottle. He will not be Able to resume work for some time. Sirs. James t. Has u very Odd Lily in Bloom. It has inn oils names Hogue tines called Carron Lily Snake or Black Lily. In the Winter be bulb is placed in a Jardiniere where it blooms without Earth or water. The a cover is Large and very dark red with thick Tongue protruding. The odor is unpleasant. Lower Bens Aleia. Or. Fox and family arc spending ome time in Florida just now. The King Library clientele ii deep y interested in a Supply of new mrs. Phillips of Germantown vis Ted her parents or. And mrs. Cor on last saturday. The monthly meeting of the St. Be hold at he King Library on monday even or. And mrs. Frank Stackhouse Eft for a i rip to Florida lust week. Friday. They Are expected to return Omorrow. Some of the boys of 8t. Pauls Kother Hooch seem to be incipient Urt its. At least we hear Good reports of he work they do in beaten brass. Tie regular meeting of the woman s us Liary will be held at the rectory l thursday afternoon next March an address will to Given on the us acct of the coloured work. The hollers it u great battleship Cost bout one and a half million dollars. Danger in delay. Are too dangerous for Bristol people to neglect. The great danger of kidney troubles that they get a firm hold before the aft Crew them. Health is Radu ully undermined. Backache headache nervousness lameness sore Ess Lumbago urinary troubles drop a diabetes and Bright so lease follow i merciless succession. Don t neglect our kidneys. Cure the kidneys with in certain and Safe remedy Doun s Idney pills which has cured people get Here in this locality. Charles Lindsey 724 Linden Street Hester pa., says i cannot fully press my gratitude to Doan s kid by pills for what they have done for no. I was a physical wreck and had Wen unable to do any work for five months. I suffered from rheumatism d my limbs and my Buck was so sore and lame that i could not Toup. Tie Idney secretions passed irregularly and i lost strength and flush. Three octets treated me but i steadily grew horse. Finally i commenced taking loan s kidney Piha and uie results a exceeded my expectations. health began to mend at once and in about two months i was As Well As i could wish to for Sale by All dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster a album co., Buffalo. New York sole agents for the United states. Remember the no other. We Are vey sorry to hear that or. Glass of be Salern is suffering with cancer of the liver. There will be a great number of changes of farm tenants Thlu Spring in Chii Salem township. H. Louis Moser of a Hulmeville has a mid Winter Sale. Look at his urites in another column. Or. And mrs. Oliver Reynolds of Wiss naming were visiting relatives in Bridgewater on sunday. Miss Catherine Rowland of Phila Delphia wus a visitor at her country Home in Croydon of saturday. Mrs. William Davis of Bridge water is entertaining her brother i. Jones of Washington d. Frank Knyder of Cornwells was the of his son Frederick Snyder of Bridgewater on sunday. Mrs. Lemuel Vandegrift of Fol Simton is under the physician s care suffering with acute indigestion. . Zenaide Hartz of Philadel phia wus entertaining friends at her country Home in Bridgewater Satur Day and sunday. Ish Annie Lowrie former teacher of Eddington grammar school wus u visitor at the Home of mis. Frederick Snyder of Bridgewater. Willium Brown of Mydon expects to have a Sale of Stock crops and farm on March 2d. Wil Liam will quit farming on account of poor health. A Coroner s inquest was held on saturday on the death of Benjamin James wife who was found dead by her husband Early saturday morning at their borne knights Corner. Heart disease was thought to be the cause of her death. George Lowther of Torres Dale has purchased one of the old Torres Dale Park buildings and expects to have it fitted up Foi a trolley waiting room and refreshment stand in place of the old one which was destroyed by fire Titis Winter. Frank Vandegrift of Eddington with a Large Crew of men moved the bidding one Day last week and made a flue of t. Newtown. Miss Sara Broadhurst of bucking Ham was a week end visitor of miss Helen 1. Worstall. Mrs. Howard Little has been spend ing several Days in new Vork City. Mrs. Mary Ware of Northampton was a week end guest of mrs. George Cornell. Mists Jeanette Jackson of Chris Tiana was visiting friends Here on thursday. Miss Sara e. Twining of Richboro was visiting miss huge Man on Mon Day evening. Boyd Pugh is at St. Agnes hos Pital Philadelphia where he is hav ing Bis knee operated on. D. Rose is attending the annual meeting and banquet of the e. A. Kawut company in new York City this week. The first National Bank was closed on tuesday the 22nd, it being Washington s birthday which made it a Legal Holiday. Miss Alice Hogelund who teaches in Atlantic City Carne Home on Fri Day remaining until the 22nd, visit ing her parents or. And mrs. H. K. Helgoland. Or. H. P. Appleman of Frederick comity md., who has been spend ing two months in town has gone to Philadelphia for u Short stay before returning to his Home. A stereo Picou lecture of Korea the country and the was Given in the presbyter air Chapel on thursday evening for the Benefit of foreign miss Welling a student at West Cheater Normal came Home on Friday the Normal being closed for two weeks on account of sickness among the students. Rev. Thomas t. Lake pastor of the Baptist Church spoke at the gos i Temperance meeting held in the afternoon the stepping Pel Temperance meeting Bel m. K. Church last Sabbath on local option Stone to the officers of the w. T. U. Of Bucks county have sent out the pro gramme for the 2sth anniversary of or the organization in this county. They i township who suy that Price three cents aftermath of election Sewal urge Catt let out of their baft since the defeat of the Grundy candidates. Penns Manor Case suit aft inst the supervisors of township will go to the supreme court. Doylestown february 23, 1910. The aftermath of lust tuesday s election it the county seat bus presented some very interesting develop ments. In the bitter disappointment following the downfall of two minor judiciary candidates so care fully groomed under orders from Grundy an i their canvass in u Large measure directed by e w. Minster the hitherto invincible Pete Many things were said and several Large and healthy cats let out of their bags that probably never would have been heard of had White and St Ruthie won out. Up to a Day or two ago All but the initiated believed tin ago Al but j Eto came up to the armory dedication and military reception and Ball purely on pleasure Bent with the sole idea of listening to eloquent speeches in the afternoon and looking into Bright and clasping in fond embrace s Ender waists in the evening but alas alas things Are so Seldom what they seem. Pete came up for prac tical to View the fences with the full determination to re place every missing Pale. He spent Good Deal of his afternoon in close consultation with Oscar Beau county chairman in tie throne room at the intelligencer Ollie and As politician after politician selected with the greatest cure came in und Kow towed before him his smile grew Brouder und broader but he wanted in inter View with Steward of the county time James Pollock who although 10 lives in the township was instructed to mix in with the Borough situation and lend his Aid. Jim told him it was alright alright and Pete was Happy. Even when sundry poli Iciano Many of them Ripe in year and experience told him of the in i ending defeat of White and Strathie Aid to jagged him to the Grundy support from them he still bought the election sure and Suid of Gwan Hing on Pugo 12, lighter 3uys. tiling thut Shook lira was when a recent arrival in the county scat who had Learned the Ramc from mini Clio Martin Dur Larnet. Al., told him that party Hies bad largely been obliterated und that a Large number of voters vere voting of the question of who was Doyle town do we or does but he was assured that such wins not the Case and after Tell no the Boss that expense was not in object returned to Bristol. Shortly after his departure u meeting was held n the Tolice of in attorney Heie u convert from democracy at which the White men demanded the Villi drawl of Strathie alleging that is a bite had been a candidate for to years they could leu Dily deny he Grundy Collar and Chain. Pete was phoned to and after several hours Liscus Nion it was argued to drop work or Strathie and concentrate on White with the usual result neither the Jones Law. Senator Webster Grid made an address in the morning i which he recommended the us of the log drag on the dirt Road null proved to be a prolific subject of Dis us Sicin among the supervisors not morning and afternoon the major it of them favouring its general Usu. Representative Clarence bucking Trade a Short address in the afternoon consisting Orlu Cipalla of a plea of instructions from his constituents a to Bow he should vote of any 1m pending measures in the legislature but As most of those present knew h received his instructions from the Fountain head it Bristol no one Paic any attention to his appeals for help All of the old officers Wero re elected or. H. W. Johnson of Vlegels Volle president Hibbs in Kuian Esq. Of Middletown Secretary and feeder ick Trauger of Nocka Mixon treas Oxford Valley. E. Leader for next sunday even ing is a. F. Hibbs. Miss Nellie Walter of Doylestown veiled mrs. Will id win on saturday Arthur Alilam has not been Able to work for several Days on account of a boil on his lip. Mrs. Arthur Ahlum spent the week end in Bristol visiting her Mother mrs. Haberly. Burglars visited the Homes of c. Y. And John Tomlin icon thursday night of lust week. Or. And mrs. A. P. Stradling 011 Eita ined some of their friends on tie evening of Washington s birthday. On last Friday morning Joseph Shaffer foil Down the Hay in Lis Bam. He was not seriously Hurt. Tho Junior l. T. L. Will hold u Washington entertainment in the Oxford Valley school House on saturday afternoon feb Thuiy 20th, at Throe o clock. Everybody is cordially in Teil. Admission free. Laughorne. Or. Kepler moved on wednesday o Philadelphia. Or. And mrs Howard Rolf Snyder ire at Palm Beach. Tossio Lecompte of Philadelphia Uin been visiting relatives. Mrs. Henry Palmer entertained the Iftoni Yoou whist on thursday. Or. And mrs. Willard White of Dolington were i a cent visitors. Miss Mattel do hum of new y Ork ins Boon visiting mrs. William w. Sweet. Or. And mrs. Harry Stewart enter Uinci Tho Friday evening card party ast week. Mrs. Sophia Atherton of Patterson j., has been visiting at or. i. Candy s. Or. And mrs. White of Philadel Ila Wero recent guests of mrs. Gil Jort Hawk. Or. And mis. Alfred t. Dual old of Ria Bush. L. I., have been visiting ills. Rebecca Dutt Leld. Hurry Milnor of Richmond ind., Vas visiting relatives and his old rinds hero this week. There will he a subscription dunce t Tho b. C., this saturday veiling. Subscription 81.00. Mrs. Alfred t. Dul meld of Flut l. I., Sang very acceptably uting. Us i., Sang very ucceptulil1 Tho m. K. Church on sunday even Morris Shields of Bristol has i edit by tithe drowning i talc property of Mary l. Ridge on Ilow crime when Tho candidates Maple venue Possession to to oui Icil assessor election officers Given March 1st. School directors Etc., demanded that Clarence Buckman has purchased Joth White and Strathie be dropped to tract of land ill Lun Hornc Manor o save them the Antl Grundy tidal Borough belonging to the estate of wave was becoming of High that it a. Emo Rock deceased on Pri area tend to engulf them along with vote terms bite and Strubie. Pete was not boned to in this emergency but the sorrowful order went Forth fight for Ward tickets let the rest a Vii then no Stone was left unturned o Tiu out. Kelly of the Protono Ary s Ollilee who bus taken but Little merest in elections since the sudden Ndang of his term As postmaster Here was forced out to work and for the St time exercised his ability in the second Waid. Every Public officer the intelligencer Force including few democrats were forced out to vorp for the lost Grundy s Craible displeasure was held up before heir eyes and to work they went Iso to defeat. Had Grundy kept White it least would pro ably have been elected. And what lid Grundy say no. One seems to know but county chairman bean and he won t Tell but naughty Laughty Pete it is said that his Ange of adjectives exceeded Ull pre ious performances in that line. Now if the big Boss Ibe Little Boss and the would be Bosses want a Little Ood advice Here it is free keep your ands off in Doylestown if you on to the men you support will be Defeated regardless of party. Pens Manor troubles., the troubles of the Pentis Manor ilk took up quite a bit of the court s Ime recently. Many years ago bout 1815, u company was formed o reclaim certain lands along Scott s reek in the Manor about four bound acres. To accomplish this they built a Dyke along Scott s Creek to keep out the floods and High tides of no Delaware a few afterwards Road leading to Penns Manor land no wus Laid out Over this reclaimed and by the county and turned Over the supervisors of balls township to original property owners died 36 farms changed bunds and every Ling went along All right until a new years ago when a flood washed it a Small portion of the top of the Yke. It was everybody s business o repair it and consequently nobody attended to it. Another flood in leased the size of the Wash out until Nally an extra High tide Tore a Small pen Iii in the Dyke and still nobody looked after it finally a break Many get in Width was made so that now t the time of High tides the want of breast High to a horse on the pub c Rood. A number of citizens then and the supervisors arrested for Laii staining a. Nuisance but under be advice of the court changed it o a writ of mandamus to compel the supervisors to keep the Road passable t All times. To do this Tho super sars would either have to build a Nibaur Kmell which would Cost Falls owlish in about thirty thousand Dol irs or go a half a mile away from Road and repair the Dyke it a Cost fifteen Hundred dollars provided it they had a right to do either and Bis is the question judge Stout is residing with. On the other band Here Are some people in Are attractively gotten up with Silver letters and a delightful Day is anticipated on March 26th when everyone will be cordially welcomed. Mrs. Lavinia w. and mrs. Lettie w. Eyre attended the 2stb anniversary of the Delaware county woman s Christian Temperance onion held at Darby last thursday. Mrs. Lillian m. Stevens and miss Anna a. Gordon National president Aud vice president were there and addressed the meeting in the afternoon. The new Century club held a Spe Cial meeting on wednesday afternoon when miss Maria Torbert gave a talk on Henry Van Dyke. Mrs. Ida Bow will discuss f. Hopkins of Smith As a writer and miss Martha Wilson will read the ninth chapter of the serial. The House of rim non a drama by Henry Van Dyke occupied the time at the meeting on wednesday the 16th, which was much enjoyed by the club. Upper Ful is while it is True that the repairs to the Dye will prevent the flooding of the Road it is also True that the same repairs will prevent the flooding of several Hun dred if not thousand acres of land belonging to the petitioners for the writ of mandamus and that perhaps that is the reason they want the Road Nunda passable. The Case will go to the supreme court no matter Bow judge Stout decides it. Good roads meeting. The Good roads association com posed largely of the supervisors of the townships of Bucks county held their annual meeting in the arbitration room at the court House on tuesday. The meeting was a Large one nearly every township in the county having a representative. State Highway commissioner Joseph w. Hunter of Jenkintown was present and made a abort address in the morning allowed by a longer in the afternoon on the new supervisors Law known As this sunday evening Rev. Paist will give the third in the series of requested sermons. Subject i Runi Pelini that give Uncertain i Cor. H-8. The subject of the Sermon at the m. E. Church on sunday will be tile blessedness of this Willbo the last Sermon in the series of the beatitudes. The subject for the even ing will be . This thursday night february 24th, is ladies night at the brother Hood Bungalow. Miss Fannie fas sett chairman of the auxiliary com Mittee and Luther. Young and Thomas i Winington represent tag the brother Hood. A social evening will be held in Sirosis club House february 25, under the programme and Reading committees. Each member May bring one guest. Several guests May to brought by each member if the com Mittee is notified. The w. T. U. Will meet at Tacic Mitchell Mather s on Friday february 25th, at three o clock. Frances e. Willard quotations from Frances e. Willard. Delegates will be appointed to county convention. On tuesday evening March 8th, there will bean illustrated lecture on Chili prepared by or. W. E. Brown ing of Santiago missionary there and read by Rev. B. F. Paist. And Missioni fifteen cents proceeds for c. E. Missionary fund and for the missionary Library. The Roelyn choir of Twenty six male voices gave a recital at the Foulke Long Institute on thursday afternoon. The Eholt has Sung before Royalty several being medal singers. The Harmony wus perfect and to music lovers it was a great treat. Welsh airs Wero their specially. The new pipe Organ was used at both services at the presbyterian Church on sunday Frederick Steeble As organist and will continue to be used at both the morning and evening services. Last Sabbath evening the second in the series of requested ser Mons was delivered by Rev. Subject the impelling motive of persistent cd Titian i Cor. 15-58. A number from Here attended the funeral of mrs. Margaret mat Lack aged 74, widow of David Mut Lack ged who who died on february 10, at Ber son in Laws Rev. L. W. Halner of nor Rislow. Her Noble character was be loved by Many having won the love and Good will of All during her Resi Dence Here. She is survived by six children mrs. Clara mrs. Mar Garet Halner mrs. Billle m. Groger William George and Howard mat Lack. Mrs. Karah Elizabeth Flowers aged 75, widow of Thomas k. Flowers died very suddenly on sunday at 2 p. M., of neuralgia of the heart Aud pleurisy. She was a prominent worker in the methodist episcopal Church and loved for her kind disposition and Good works especially towards the ill and afflicted. The family sympathy of their Many 1 she have to friends in their bereavement survived by two sons Amos Flowers of Camden and George Flowers. Funeral service at her late residence wednesday at 2.30. Rev. William w. Sweet was assisted in the service by Rev. Henry e. Walhey of Wayne a. Rev. F. W. Panels of Phila Delphia Rev. Or. Vansant of Cam Den and Rev. W. Mills of Norris town. Interment at the m. E. Ceme Tery. Herbert m. Wilson of the United states geological Survey places the annual damage and waste by smoke in the United states at in the Large cities alone or about 16 to each Man woman and child of the population. Hulmeville s weekly budget mrs. Cyrus Smith spent last Friday in Trenton mrs. John Phillips is spending a few Days in Newtown. Mrs. George Ridge was visiting mrs. Harry Brown lost Friday. Mrs. Ever let who has been on the sick list is improving. Mrs. Harrison Douglass spent i Day last week in Philadelphia. John Lecompte spent saturday with his aunt airs. Louis Gurlon miss Roberta Manning of Phila Delphia was a recent visitor in town. Harold Marshall one of toe go octto Start was calling on friends in town on sunday. Mrs. James head who has been seriously Iii is improving at the pre sent writing. . James Reed and daughter were visiting her parents or. And mrs. Jackson Brown. Miss Elizabeth Phillips has been spending a few clays with friends in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Harry Pearl of Phil Adelphia were visiting or and mrs Jesse g. Webster. Mrs. Amy Worthington mrs. Eurry Brown and son were visiting Peipins Park last saturday. Miss Carrie Yeager of pm Ludel Jhala is spending several Days with Ler aunt mrs. S. Illick. Mrs. William Ettenger and miss Morris of Newtown were vols plug miss Elizabeth Phillips. Everitt was visiting his Sis Ter mrs. Joseph Severns of both lyres on thursday of last week. Mrs. Helen Sickles and daughter Bessie of Frankford were the guests of or. And mrs. Joseph Culver on sunday. Several persons from the Village at ended the supper which was held in the Newportville Chapel in saturday evening. Miss Anna Olivcr is the possessor of u handsome Lester piano which was resented to her by her parents on her birthday. Miss Jennie a cur and miss Kelly Williams teachers of the Public school wore visiting their times rom Friday until monday. Or. And mrs. Charles Maccorkle mrs. Laura Kirk and mrs. Mary cur son were in Burlington n. J., on tuesday attending u funeral. The Epworth league meeting of tie m. E. Church will to led by Everitt next sunday evening. The Opic will be Jiow to miss Marian Gill who is attending i cobol at West Chester is Homo for to weeks vacation while the school s being fumigated after having stir it fever. Eden. The grip has Ninny victims about own. Cd word Wenlock was an attendant at county court last Veek. Edward Wenlock spent monday and in Atlantic City. Mrs Bailow and mrs. Hewitt spent wednesday in Philadelphia. Mrs. Frederick Parker was a recent Lus Tiess visitor in Philadelphia. Miss Mabel Turing of Trevose was mrs. George Cutler on Fri Day. H. Louis of Hulmeville has a mid Winter Sale. Look at his prices i another column. Mrs. William Heintz Raan of Phila Dephia la spending some time with ice Mother mrs. Elizabeth Lontz who is ill. Parkland. William a. Oros sock has returned to Philadelphia. Frank Davis spent saturday and sunday at this place. William l. Park is on a Hus Iiams trip through thu South. Miss Lilly Mosfeldt 1ms into her cottage on Avenue a. Mrs. William l. I urk and Sou Auguy arc a adjourning at Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. Albert e. Campbell have returned to their lion Law after ail absence of several months. Mix. Alexander Campbell of Phila Delphia was a saturday and sunday guest at the Home of Sci Ulster my. William tet love on Avenue c. The Parkland Heights spiritualists Home and Chi up mooting association will to a pros ii Tod at tie i can sol i inn i stale convention hold tills week in Lanei Isler. After giving faithful attention o u Ilock of hons for Many weeks one of am Young indies has at last been re warded by hiding one Hue fresh egg Ulm is now Lui Ilc hopeful of Muny More to fill Low. Miss h. Annie la Rossmi was a bus iness visitor it this no lick lust Fred by. T is expected that Sam will Hihi ii re turn for the season As it is her intention to us twin open u general store in the hotel building. Last Friday oven ing u few friends were entertained at Tho Home of or. And mrs. Clarence chock in Honor of he fifth anniversary of the. Birth of their youngest daughter Hazel when t very enjoyable time uus spent owed with ice Cream and other re res ments. Falls supervisors Are prosecuted Scott s Creek Hoo i in pern Moor by of taken Buk. Newportville. Lewis c. Hose is confined to the House with in attack of rheumatism. Or. G. To Chringer. Of Philadelphia pent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. G. To Chringer. Mrs. John Jackson and family formerly of Flushing have taken up heir abode on Maple Avenue. William Neui Nijiu and William a Lith. Of Philadelphia were visitors Ore of thursday of lust week. Miss Catherine Virkey entertained Everoul friends from the Normal school at West Chester pa., saturday my sunday. Miss Elizabeth Mathews of Belmar n. A. Was visiting her parents or. And mrs. Charles Mathews on Satur Lay and sunday. The supper at the Union Church on 3aturdny night was pronounced u Rand Success by those who attended he proceeds amounted to about miss Elizabeth Hellings has resigned Ler position As teacher in our High school. She Lias removed to Wii Niti ton dot., whore she has of Junco. A much better position. The Chicago Branch of the humane society appears to be much More Active Viau in some other cities. L teamster left his horses standing for in hours in Storni there theother Day and the society Bud him arrested. He wast nil will probably lose his of and at he has t the Money to will probably have to go to Jull. Pay after la Grippe i had suffered several with Lagrippe. Had pains in my head and eyes. It Felt As though there was a heavy weight on the top of my head until it seemed that my brain would burst. I was so nervous that i could not rest or sleep. When i dozed off i would awake with a sudden jerking of my whole body. Or. Nervine heart remedy and nerve and liver pills cured me. A number of friends have since realized the same mrs. Alvin h. Locks Seabrook n. H. The after effects of Lagrippe Are often More serious than the disease As it leaves the system n a weakened condition that invites More serious troubles such As pneumonia Etc. Or. Mito restorative Nervine should be taken for some time o thoroughly restore nerve strength. Or. Mum it ovum ii told by ill drug Glett. If bottle. Dom not dog gut will your Momy. Mioi Calt co., by Mart the Postil saving scheme. T. Y. Journal of common up. The snout committee on Post Ollie Chi ind Post roads bus patched up or. Juror s postal savings depository Bill n u manner in which it is expected o get it through the Senate und hoped o get it through the Houm. If the spirit of Defonse for american Zinsli it Iofik can in be popular Bench of the legislative body this Llu Grunt attempt it he exorcise of extreme Patron Hillsm by he Natlo Siul government will to do Eutch. The self respect of the people and care for the rights of stoics ought o demand its defeat us u crushing flow for Ull such schemes. The most urious Olivei lion to it is lot the particular manner in which it Iron kiss thut Pust Olla pcs urn country Over under the direction of u Hoard 1 t shall receive and tells of the having of tile people or Iven the expensive and wholly in Loc ussury addition to the patronage and self of Tho postal service but ire violation of Tho most fundamental Iri Sciple of our whole system of government Reliance upon the capacity if the people to Tuko care of their own Nelv idul and their right to provide in their separate states such Nezim As they Iii necessary to Ingu ate what concerns their private and Lonuel interests. This principle econ Lucs the value of individual re Polis Ibguy and alms to develop and cultivate Independence of character and the capacity of self government. The chief argument a Daucci in sup Ort of this postal savings scheme is hut it will h Tore i the Means of Fos Cring Hubis of frugality and saving. Mint is none of Tho business of the int Lonuel government Undi of system he people no cup Blo of taking care if their own habits and Hugo every ii Unis it their command in Hel i tubes and their several communities or providing such regulation for ii Tual help und Protection As they und necessary and they do not re quire nor we Trust do they desire the solicitude of n father at Washington or in All Wise Council of National guardians to look after their habits of Industry and frugality. That May do for countries which have a ruling class of Superior boings Olio look Down upon the lolling masses As an inferior class incapable of taking care of themselves und need ing the Beneficent euro of the paternal government but to have not been wont in this country to ape their ways or accept their Tulili Riih in that regard. savings depositories is not u proper function of our Central government und nothing could have lion further from the in tent of the states investing in that government Power to establish Post flies and Post roads than to have it concern itself with the Hults of the people in saving or investing their Money. Thrift in our school now Bedford Standard. The full hover Luolie thinks we have come a Long Way from our fore fathers time when u state commission is led to recommend thut the Tuach ing of Thrift be added to the subjects of our Public schools. That is a Nat ural conclusion but in some respects and in the Public schools for one mat Ter we have come a Long Wuy from our forefathers time in this business of Thrift. We Don t know that the Public schools used to teach Thrift much by Precept but they certainly taught it by practice in the Days be fore text books and supplies were free. In those times a lean Pencil was a precious treasure to be cherished to the last re mints of a much battered stub. A Sheet of paper was Worth be ing taken cure of and a quire of paper was untold riches. Pens though you could sometimes get two for a cent were almost Worth their weight in Gold while penholder u Ere beyond compare in Point of value. As for books Tley were cared for to be handed Down from the older to the younger children of tie family for Thrift of the Concrete sort commanded that Money be saved in their Pur Chaee. There were disadvantages about this method to be sure out Thrift was taught practically As it never can be taught in schools where All lecturing on the theme will be obviously nullified by the lavish use of school supplies. Of course Here is great personal difference in different teach ers in the administration of school supplies but the very fact but they Are provided in the spirit of Freedom can nut have the tendency under the most favourable circumstances to encourage a lavishness la characteristic in some school rooms is Clear enough and that is but occasionally exemplified to a Point which would serve to enforce the lessons of the lips is greatly to be feared. More work is necessary than the appears to recognize. Beware of Riata end for Catarrh that contain Mer Najr a Mercury will surety destroy to a sense of smell and completely derange the whole sys tem when entering u through the raucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phys Clana a the damage they will do is ten fold to the Good you can posse my derive from them. Fall a Catarrh cure manufactured by k. Cheney a co., Tuloto o., contains no Mer Cury and Tat taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall s Catarrh cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken inter Nally Aud made in Toledo Ohio by f. C be key a co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druk Klata. Price per bottle. Take Hall s family plus for constipation. The conservatism of Austria Hun Gary is a proverb but Yankee invention and Enterprise have been Able to break through the old lines to a surprising degree to the great Bohemia Moravia machine works in Prague of the machine tools in service throughout the various department and shops 102 Are of american origin. Hundreds of poor persons in the Isle of Wight in december received Christ Mas presents rom the sum Given by the Czar after ble visit to the Island in the Rammer. Testimony was taken on Friday be fore judge 8tont at it hearing in the mandamus proceedings against Tho of fulls township in matter of lir Penns Manor Wii which it in alleged is frequently impassible Boru use the water from tie Delu Waro River is backed up into Scott s Creek overflowing the mad through a breach in the Dyke. Harry Shoemaker represented the petitioners and a Janice faqs. Appeared for the Supei visors. The first witness was Walter Collins one of the petitioners Long time a res ident of in township who wild i hit about Tufty limes h year Tho water Over sowed the Road in question pre venting Ravel. An extra heavy rain or a very Strong wind from the Multi cast will Force lie water from the Delaware up Scott s Creek overflow ing the in Uptou depth of from two to four feet. The Aye on Scott s Creek wus built in 1815 and now Lias n considerable breach in it. About feet of the Road is it would Cost to repair the bunk and void Little to Niueli Iraln it. The Hind there is very Rich but Hells for a Low Price because of the hoods. It deprives the banners of Tho use of h Load Over which they would Huil Over tons of crops Etc., annually and compels them to go tulle a Dis Tance out of the Way. In or. Collins1 opinion it would lie a very heavy expense to elevate Iho Iliad so that it would not be coven a by floods and would by very much cheaper to repair the do or Bank. Scott s Cicek extends Back a mile and a half Urtso Milos and Lias humorous bin hens. Thirteen other roads Aro affected and made impassible by Rea son of tills bronc i in the Dyke at times of a flood. About acres half of the old i Enn Manor Are affected by tills breach in Tho bunks and the resultant hoods. As this is u Pumalo Tad people demand that it should Imi Kepi in Good travelling condition. The supervisors have not done this nor have they tried to do no. Or. Collins said thut at times unless a Boul with used people could not get out to get anything to eat. D get a doctor or get married Ami named a dozen other Farmers and even a cemetery company who were in the Hume situation hex of them members of the Penns Manor Meadow company who usted the orig Inal Dyke but who now refuse to re pair it. At the Hobt of times this Road is not Ordi Gurlly Good not nearly m Good As he other roads in the town ship. Her witnesses who gave testimony similar to thai of or. Collins Wero William Woolston who bus lived in Penns Muguir for fifty two years Joseph h. Wright and William h. Crown also of Penns Manor. This i pkg visors Side. On behalf of the defendant supervisors the following witnesses Wero called Schuyler c. Blokes lives in Penns Manor and has been supervisor of Falls township for four years said he passed the Road every thursday for Over a year past and barring exceptionally High tides it has always been Good. It is one of the Best roads ill lie township and is u Safe loud to travel except in times of extreme High water. It in plenty wide enough lie that two trams can readily Wiase. Thu Width of the Road is Twenty feet. The water that floods the Road comes through a break sixty feet wide in the erected along Scott s Creek to keep out the High Delaware Quier. The land near the Road is very Low Meadow land lower now than it fifteen years ago. A Good Deal of water comes in through a break in the state dikes about four Miles above this Road and runs Back to the Dela Ware by Way of Scott s Creek and us tributaries. This Road is not us much travelled As other roads in that part of the township. Tie Road is not a h in Between two important Points and Only accommodates the Farmers residing on it. Taking into consideration the circumstances surrounding it is in As Good condition As Tho supervisors can keep it. The Road has been frequently overflowed before the break in the Scott s Creek Dyke was made. Fifteen Hundred dollars would not he too much for the township to spend on this Road if there was a guarantee that the would last for several years. Filling Tho break at the Scott x Creek Dike would Stop the water from washing hat Road. The Road is built of gravel. On either Side of the Road is Marsh land or just Plain mud. The Road would be dangerous for a stranger at night. He might get off on the Side and get Eulrett no offer with a guarantee has even been made to the Board of supervisors. To build retaining Walls along the Road sufficiently High to avoid floods properly filled in would Cost the township Over 130, our. Orlando m. Ridge supervisor and Road Nastor for six years said he is familiar with the Road complained of. The Road runs through a swamp and sinks a Little every year so that it has to be raised. The Road now in a Good hard Road wide enough for two teams to pass. John Stokes of pc Shury. Road master in the lower end of Falln township for two years said that last March tie Road was widened and on the West Side it was raised. The Road is about a half mile from the break in the Dyke at Scott s Creek. Since there has been a break in the Dyke hundreds of acres of land Between the Dyke Ami the Road is not Worth any thing. The land is naturally Over flowed by the flood tide and the Bank was put in at Scott s Creek to keep the tide out and off of this land. This is not an important Road but is principally need by the Farmers who lived along it. The supervisors bad done All that is necessary to keep the Road in Good condition. Arthur c. Ivins of Penns Manor who has lived there sixty years three Miles from this Road said it was in Good order and Safe for travel on tues Day last. Thin witness testified to practically the same As the pro ceding witnesses. After bearing Tho argument of coun Sel Stout held the Case under advise ment. J5ore Throat every Mother Onu realize the danger that Lurka behind every Case of we Throat the would t it cure every time a child hat it. Your family physician will verify tie it is a positive fact that every child with Aore Throat is in immediate Dan Ger of contracting croup Quincy. Tonsillitis or diphtheria and is not removed from that danger until the Throat i cured. Think of it liniments or outward application of Medicine do not and cannot cure the ail ment though they May offer temporary Relief. Neither can Yon cure sore Throat with a cough syrup or a cold Core. To cure you Matt get at the heat of the disease removing the cause. Noth ing that so quickly safely and surely u tonsils no. A single dote of Consiline taken upon the first appear Ance of Throat May
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