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Clearfield Herald (Newspaper) - June 2, 1913, Clearfield, Pennsylvania The Clearfield Progress successor tothe Clearfield Herald volume Vii Clearfield Pennsylvania june 2, 1913 number 262 % or. Reeve makes Able address committee states its real purpose delivers baccalaureate Sermon to High school students says misguided Zeal does not govern its action subject was Quot leadership Quot members of class of �?T13 present a nine appearance As they March in to the Church in their Caps and gowns Busy time for students editor the Progress a it has Beal said with truth that this town has not been a town regardless of the Law or As to Bas been expressed if has not Bee it a wide open town a Phil this is time we do nor a tree that the efforts to secure Sabbath Obser Vance is a spasmodic Effort or that h was made without Good reason and without practical results. The growth of the business of the town for Over a year past Brough will try for Oil at Rockton a. Derrick already completed and machinery on the ground. Victor Murdock will speak Here Roosevelt wins his libel suit noted orator to be an attraction of lyceum course tie a of Lek county adm ire Reg of Victor Murdock the noted progressive will learn with pleasure that he i be in Clearfield lie Ait Winter having been engaged As one of the prominent features of the Clearfield lyceum course. Victor Murdock is no oily a Vig Money in seeking for the Amber a worker int tie Peoples Cau a. Bitt will Start drilling soon. Michigan editor retracts and Case comes to abrupt end. Verdict for six cents. William e. Corey. Former steel magnate believes the new Tariff will not Hurt business. Pittsburgh company believes that the possibilities of the Region Are such As to warrant it to spend this week. Loot evening the first presbyterian Here a certain people of foreign birth Church a filial with members of Ope my j and As a matter of Tours a the and friends of the graduating class of the Clear Field High school who listened to a Moon sex Elleni baccalaureate her Roan delivered in an impressive manner by or. E. C. Reeve the pastor. The front of the pulpit had been kept open s Ore Aud sold goods on Sun Ayas on week Day. This was a co lid of things which a i no existed in this place heretofore. It Cou not continue without serious effect on the la Anni order of the Community and it impart the reputation which the town had Long enjoyed As fluid in this county. Companies which Are rewiring to Drill for Oil Are not Walling to take the Public into their Confidence until after they have leased about All the land they wan til the neighbourhood. This is probably the reason Why the general Public has not been informed of the fact that for some Moat tis men pm pored by a Pittsburgh company been preparing to Drill for Oil or Gas year Rockton Junction this Kornily. The Derrick has been completed and is a gifted speaker and his Atlee Here will do doubt be or a record audience. The Date of or. Murdocks Newett admits he was wrong and makes full apology on the stand. Was misled but Public gossip into making charge of excessive use of intoxicating liquor. Has not t Rad ions Vav be i Winter. Etive a fixed. Of a later seated by the i appeared de by coming her at nature but Hie attracted attention of 13. A few minute after the last Heil a Law observing Community. Such Arn tastefully Flowers and example could not but encourage other ferns Arni Hie colors of the class violations Espe Olalla As new people a be a a of ii r Max hairy we coming Jai to Avail diem selves o no Quot being Quot a a a a a thurmay the increased by Alowee Opportunity evenly a Jubee a. Hewko Cedrati which the town affords. Ted been run the student the tee or Alheim reasons Ralhp re Ian titty anti members of the Ito Ixl of Anise of any new or misguided zen of education came into the Church and the subject a largely att need meet sedately marched Down the left aisle big As held in die in Reeby Periam Chare on the last Dav of december last. Stranger conditions the erection of tile Derrick and a Jolly Good Titene was had by those pre eat. It a asserted that this company by his represented by or. Meals an experienced Oil Man from Franklin. I Quot begin drilling inside of six weeks. The Pitit burghers Are confident that there is Oil Ami Gas. In the Vicinity of Rockton not with stand Here studying among slavs. Stephen c Upham Hai Illig from in this City Jat . Iraq Vail says he came co this Coon Roosevelt statement. A a into of a to Kim i Money. I did n any vindictive Pic to. A the court i reputation Van Issue be. A wished. Once for All. During ii time to Deal with these a d. It for with it into in my Lac i it life hiders fully i and comprehensively so that never again will it be possible for any Man in mood Faith to repeat them. I have achieved my purpose and i am William Elim Corey former president if Marquette. Mich. June 2.�?theodore the United states steel corporation re Roosevelt was vindicated id the Moat rum a to America after an absence it of a v a i two months. He expresses his approval thorough Ami Complete manner of the of a Bill be. Not charge of drinking to excess. The de believe it will affect business unfavourably some care a hubs ago for the fondant. The judge and the jury in the in this country except in isolated Case purpose of studying conditions among Roosevelt Newett libel Case United one. -.-.-. the slavs. To gain the desired in after the other. In testifying to his hut or. Matthews the Foreman said Forn Mon tie is travelling through vindication. In a most dramatic Man pea agy Ivun it Anni other Eastern Ner he attained the object for which states. He the crushing of a Watko from William t 8lawler a he kur80d him at port to Snowshoe and saturday morn big he a a Rte i to walk to Duronte. He to seats which had been. Reserved for the condition referred to was discuss them. I was the Una i Imus Vera net. De and a come utter was appointed t those present that a finer look Taj a to co be toleration the sunday hag not of Roan Mon or a hansom la to its application to Hie often in a he Faure a a i a he i v us put Down a Well la that Section some or Beray of Young women never be or complained of in his com my. Y a _ r the chief figures a an event of violations of the Law and make such 1 a air a0 a 1 1 Len run die. Hoes and All. Being of a Trow this kind i i Clearfield. The so Wien its As May seem proper. A j -.,�?�. To or. In Fucai Tafton. Probably. Of his Aud testified that he had searched the t i it a i a a v ii i a Quot a t or j la a cd t v i i a. It so their Caps and gowns press lied a Bhat committee cot rated per a native Heather for he is a scotch cod fit of Over for witnesses against j i .,.�?zh a or it leu. A inn he 01 would help very materially Al the pretty picture and were deserving of Sot to oui each of titties seven in in Cines every turn for years and which though Seldom getting into print had been common gossip throughout the land. In know la As he Brown Man every Wien lie had to Nishell tile presentation about him. Clothing hair mus Tion of his Case against George a Newett or. Newett took the stand to v subsequent la a it i hire it Clearfield county a Meeuw of january 7, 1313. That the nun Ber Clearfield a a zen. Of a land in the Section where the new the Praise bes toed upon them. Tile baccalaureate Hermon was one the a hc9nt�?z the Sun say Law of 1794 prohibits a mail th0t Wens to to tics ii Soi Iii. Cacti Iota rata iia Titi a doubt full of worldly employ Nien to or business what a i it eral Hotie Are 10 be carry a on Soever Quot an sunday work of necessity Greaf Ion and we a no foil for thought for the students. The subject. Was livers in a the min and it it Arit a no la Quot a Toter taking As his theme the first the Quot As used in the fable in the Bilbo Kiltie choosing of so Alum a. Quot a a Quot port an absolute a Mug by the Trees of found it the Ueo Etsity. A but a necessity la such Erin Fth chapter of judges. His re Man. Grahams pure Doc in gathering data Rei latine to the slavs is not known it if suggested however. Thar he May a the Emily of the russian gov a olo Itei Roosevelt and Couhig not find one who non id swear of his know bulge that the colonel drank to excess. He announced his own entire belief in the sobriety of the Man he had lib eled having been convinced of it no less by we Are nil convinced of colonel Roosevelt s innocence and the verdict tin judge directed is to bring in is one we would have reached anyway. William Sharp the English teamster from Negaunee was asked what witness had impressed the jury most. A Snir. Garfield Quot he replied promptly asked who else had produced a great impression on the jury be answered a emr. Kits judge i air and Young Philip James la. Pound. Colonel Roosevelt s lawyer was dissatisfied with the result. He said the Case ought to have been pushed to a Coue ius on Aud dam Ages awarded in View of the heavy sex i arose colonel Roosevelt had incurred Marks were Replete with Good advice mid the i kid it s to be careful choose to emulate Dehose deeds which were ? the Low tilings. To became a Leader they must have the de s re to Lead the fatness 0 Lead Aid the Confidence i n their own ability to Lead. Tile world a ruts readers of the right kind a Man and Omen of vigor of stability Ansi filled till that Grace which should fill the hearts of All who aspire to guide the people ? Lrae Success. Re heirs and j evaders Are no longer chosen sense a May be regarded by the judgment and practice of Ordi Korv and thoughtful Law a abiding people and therefore rec Rome ded such enforce ment of the Law Quot As could find no reasonable object Lon i i the mind of this class of people a Aud for this reason recommended that an Effort be a made Wnm Hou prosecute on., if i can he Aud of not. By prosecution to important news if it is True Erv Neist Effort to persuade the ids own to find any proof to when congratulations wer offered to ships in the in red states to return Nome and Aid in the development of a run a. A i in a Here on special Tram. The Chin tray than by the Long array of men who swore to the colonels Teni a Peru Nee and by the Quap it sol Billy that they could be lying or could be. Mis taken in Short he proved to a the inst or. Pound he smiled sourly Aud said Quot i would rather you could congratulate me on the verdict for substantial damages that we ought to have All colonel Roosevelt would Sav was superintend Vikt r. L. O Donnell of witness for colonel Roosevelt that had a i Viant to say How thoroughly i a Rumor that Altoona Northern is to be extended local people May be sate reseed i the f Ohio whig Iii pm of. Railroad have All stores in the Borough closed news found among the gleanings Froid 0 1 sunday except drug stores Foi the rail. The article reads a he Sale of Medicine Aid proscription a much interest is holing maniacs of like character. And to this ended in Pittsburgh Railroad circles in because of their a committee be appointed of the Progress of the work on the Al Vin or More from each of the Chur Toona Northern now under construe the Pennsylvania Railroad at Pittsburgh re mrs. O visited i Clearfield Over sunday with . Gallagher on Locust s reef. Bro Hei of mrs a Hoonett Aud re mrs. James ii. Kelly. Or. And mrs. O Romelu returned in their private ear to Pittsburgh last nigh leaving after the arrival of the nine o clock train. Will meet tonight. The Clearfield have. Indies of the maccabees of the world will meet for Revie a 8 o clock tonight. A Good attendance is desired. By site strength or stature but because the Are Cana be of through a a a a a Opree Enod to see the different Iho Fri no a Poi Cut just outside Utoqua their Shire Hor train to and list Elleott a Ore keepers and ask Eltern to unite where it com lots with the pen Osylva with the Comoro tree Iii an Effort to Nia. To a connection with the new secure better Observance of the Sab York Central in the Northern part Bath by agreeing to keep their stores of the state and which when Corn closed on sunday. Plated Wirtl traverse and open up _. A _ thai committee thus appointed vast Coal Fields the deposits of re Najl c up 1 a so Mer re a spirit of kind treatment an which Are estimated to aggregate co operation to a degree that Ais As 475,000,0000 commendable to the business people this item evidently refers to the Ltd so arge of the ton As it As encouraging to a a Topsy Quot Road. Which befalls at j Uniat themselves. Neither the method of near Altoona Anc has its present work by the comm Ailtee nor the sex term lied at Dougherty. The a Caile Ai a pm regents. Quot Quot by. Reeves peroration was an a peal to the Sui de us to fit themselves far the work that lies before them to Ever stand up for the Best things in this life and to strive to Merit the High esteem in which they Are held not oily by their parents but by the people of Clearfield generally. During tile evening the audience a communion Day. Yesterday ass rom Mon Ion Day in sex eral churches in tiits City. At the partook of the in it Nils Supit or and in other churches the attendance was u s Dolight de by hearing a Solo in g bus Mea people of Popper Quot a if that should happen to by mrs. Reeve wife of he pastor whose voice was Ait ifs bes a last evening and the sex flanking vocal production of a 1 quartet comi it Ose Ltd of Maas Mary Mitchell and miss i ois Denning an i messes. Sin. H and Hen Demon w Iii ii a is a t ios barmjon.ms product of the com in urn y cooperated Wath them be its name at the time this paper suggested the idea that their under to press begins at Philipsburg taking a was of the spasmodic Char Aalt i Rutn a to Fem Wood West of a a or. Or As undertaken w till tout Good Mey. There is a Gap Bredeen the ends re is on. Real estate transfers. Joseph filter to James by mini on la i in Gal sch Iowa ship. A Oil sclera Tion. $200. Ralph m i her to w Iii is am a. Nelson land in Clearfield. Consider Trot �1,150. Side c. Shoff to Majk Kovalsky mrs. Do Mccarty Dies suddenly. A. J. Musher. Sec. Thomas la. Murray chairman of committee Clearfield May so 1913. Of these two roads and if anybody. Land in re Carla township. Consul is working to connect the two lines. _ they Are keeping mighty quiet. Suffered paralytic stroke at her Home last night. A it. D b. Mccarty died this Mon lug As the result of a paralytic stroke which Seix ii her Las evening when the attack came or. Piper was sum moved by he saw that mrs. Mccarty could not survive Many hours death came this morning a 6 30 o in Ink arty was a most Yeti Mach worn a and her death is regretted by her Many friends. She moved from Muncy to Clearfield wish her husband Al out twelve years ago her husband Wurth is her. Funeral Annona Comet will be Arie later. Had husband picked. Jeannette in tier first year at school is very fond of milk one Day when she bad asked for a second Glass of milk her Kotlier said a daughter if you like milk so Well you la in Reb marry a Farmer when you grow up a Well. I Spe t a ashes holier will tim out to i a Farmer tile girl ret Meir Indianapolis news a St tag. Ii solemn him Riwu inset Rifi Hosho i a a my was i a Hoil a a a a Ltd to aim asked vol i thl is preppy it a i i e in a t a i tent it urn rim a a a lift ii e i Quot w t t a tex la a a v i a a a a a it of worst ers new a re Jei Imiru of fans my be fans a a mrs. Theft Al e a a a a w to in i in with her this Liam a Why de yen f a j ii k so a Silt p else East a or it t v a i Vav Rode t what the sat a has a loins in Ber Kuspit. Ions a a a Chi a ago record Herald child marriages in England. Child marriages were it 110111011 enough in England a renin or two ago wants of tile Crown in particular were frequently married before they readied Frei teens some children were mar tied at the age of five. While from nine to twelve was considered quip a mar Ria sea Ole age for Girts Little Moll Vii Liers daughter or tin Duke of bucking Ham. Was 1 to merely a wife. But a widow at the Ige of nine. And there Are descriptions of her romping in the Garden and climbing Cherry frees in her widow veil a ration Hoo. Lena sane to Lawrence b. Camp Bell Tam Al Sandy to a shop. Co Laid Erat Ion. $1. Laleike in Gam Bdl to William t. Brow a land i Sandy township. Co Side ration $3,000. Len produced in the whole trial. Ii pleaded Only that he had a ted in Good Faith having la Een made a victim of the Hole and Corner gossip that had la ii Smi Ching the colonels reputation in Many other places than ish Peiling. Following or. New Etta a statement colonel Roosevelt asked Fth Rinis Jiwon to make a statement and in a voice that rang through the courtroom said that his Rin had let Een to smash the scandal a i e for All. So that no Man could Ever a Iii repeat the slander in Good Faith. He was not trying to punish or. Newest. He said. And in a Lew of the defendant s statement he asked the court to instruct the jury that he wanted Only nominal damages. In Michigan this Means the sum of 6 cents. The judge convinced. Judge Lannigan ordered a recess Ami when the court reconvened he charged the birr to bring a verdict of i i cents damages As requested by the colonel. Hut he went the Mere necessities of the Case by putting on the record he declaration that the evidence pm ii de in the get be had car ried convict on to to i in fees Gally he said ii meaning of a Oloney Roosevelt i has undoubted a convinced you gentlemen. Ami certainly he has convince the court not Only that he never was drunk but that he now is and always has Len a Tern Era a then he ask.-<1 tin jury for its vedic to. And for Man w a Matthews instead of same that they found for flu plaintiff. A Ose and announce with evident satisfaction a we find for thee Dor Roosevelt a the colonel Lead a rec f to it a in the courtroom my he and is party in pre late what or. Round. Or. Hill an or. Van Ben so hot in have Ilone Aud also to say that i think that judge Lannigan has Given a it the Mol a i which should distinguish the Fondue o. The highest court in the land. Ready to Quot Jam Tariff through president Wilson worried by possibility of opposition. Washington. June 2. A the Senate finance committee has begun to devise Plaus by which to a Jam their Tariff Bill through the the president s statement that he will insist upon currency legislation before Congress adjourns has complicated the situation for those senators who hoped to get away late in Angust. The committee members have advanced to june a Jil the Date when the Bill will get int the ornate. After the Hill is report it is the plan of the managers to hold Dally sittings from to a. In. To to p. In. The i a a Erna a rat a will let a required to maintain a quorum a1 the tint. And it is doubtful of in the Early Eta get of the debate these Long hours can a enforced. Senators the Rufon Ami k Louisiana Ami possibly Sena of Montana Are the Only Iii who. The lenders say m y to the Bill on tin i Page Sai Zuro marriage licenses. Be Cusp Aney. A re a a we at both of Morrisdale. Charles f. Hippie of Pine Glen. And Inez v. Racer. Of Kee Ayden Jerome Albert Bergar of Niagara fail Keo Way Din. Josejr i Kchau on of smoke run and Maria Phi rips of Madera. Daniel Delhi of re a Lindale a id be rile Haz Clon of Wea Tovey. York in a Hall of con to his from the big crowd at the a Rue of the jury went Down it i Quot a i it be a there a half Volt be i toy a if j ii Coti Fidmik a nit and Dav d i 1 t will a i have i a it ii 1 r ii i on i got the Ila a wed. The laugh 1 a you a a on me Quot a y is i went with your wife to pick oat those cigars and they were the very Best i could find la town Cleveland Plain dealer. Parte for new graft sin tit a the station to see them off the friends of or. Newett Are Cal fug or a Quot settlement Quot but the colonel s friends say it was not a settlement is of the word. It was a com Aud Beatrice Etoile Miller of plate vindication. In which the ant not Only swore that he was Eon Vinced the colonel did not drink Bot that he had combed the country trying to find a witness who could prove the contrary and could not find a single one. He had depositions he said. Fri a forty witnesses who Sal they a believed from the colonels actions Flint he was drunk when they a him. But mine wefts exculpate on of the colonel even covered this Ile said he had become convinced that these Forte witness were honest hut they had been misled by the fact that they were not accustomed to the colonels manner isms. And he won id not put their depo so tins on the record the a gl1 vote. This n is causing the Cern and of b Hill can final As it passed to i Roma re Dent Lei of for Walsh a a in tents the against hat would i deciding it we ter a Hon in to that the practically girl accuses clubman. Wealthy Young Mao phoned for help a she Lay wounded. A you in Iii St of hit it you a a the Spur of the i a i of any hymn school r bet you Quot ill Taky a i fact. Pm a Kite we re never i mfr i Iron no. Nerve a you win. Old von could do it a a Mir nil by. R1 verse a you can t que Ste. On to ii Iet to. A single stance a it 1 Jug in sunday w Ere a hit in on that. B a is. To los Angel Kolb a weal Der arrest r i ins Irene old. George k says be Tom his resident to time. Wilt summoning ? when Rev Noble charge i he shot. I wounded by ai., ii voting 2.-Fred e. Ituna. Is in Reed not it Ile. I her ii to a acc Kob Kolbie pro with having 1 Twenty two v the dug if the h i a in the fit Trou reset with hat baby is we t it a ars if her. Or of the a hone miss fired tally did no to think tri 11 ii. Roo eve to comp intents judge the jury made no formal statement. The weather. Probably fair continued warm

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