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Clearfield Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Sibson escapes electric chair but that imn Vul found to to inn Quot. Bit work mu.? thru he if the Bill i to to for the eur tit Frimu Itaev is i tint in two a Itofe a to convict pros Goober crop Cess Lawter is Kot yet free. F Given Juo erty on murder charge he will be taken to Nevi York where is Vav on try for larceny for v a obtaining Money on false Tefo fico v. Ii. X a. Mal 31. I District .�?�lo.,/ to ii 011 Anil tit would my i try it to a a Vav. Hil Moti no the murder air tin in some new a Cix Iid be to make tile id trial Cert Iii of result. Mrs lib o. Those Valient tic by la Iju a to Che Tiff u land a not Ber lease of life. Is ii kill Tai is a nervous Bren Down. La Gibson i free i on the Muller f re tie w Iii in taken to n v n i a on three indictment of or n i a i forgery Mil obtain firm Tito evea a a Jse it it a tenses. Mean Wii lie Mayled. By no decision will be Lea Elk Afi it of or. I ids second trial Gibson is no it a a i _ to tile Idee tile chair As the Marie Al of Bis client miss Rosa men. By so i in of by just one vote. For Erity five Boom Barie a. Reynolds. A ilk i Fanner stood out and a v Al to Ainee wit ii the eleven others the new Vork attorney was it Fly he was loudly denounced by e Oiler jurors after he bad caused �?�j., ii disc a Rife. Medicos puzzled juror. Haverford is floated. Will go to live ool for repairs passengers on the Baltic. Queenstown. Mayla. A while her a Abin passenger proo Ingwl on their was to Rita Lioard the Baltic the Anteri i liner Haverford which stove a of Hob in her i is Tom on Cork head. I Helm Jirim a to lie taken to liver ssh i for repairs. Tacs managed to get the steamship Oft the rom kit at Hiob tide. And. While the steamship Pomps kept her afloat. She v As towed Intel the Harlair. The Crew. Htay Itne by the stricken vessel Vade Petit Hilary refers that will enable the Haverford to proceed to it Liverpool r Emem Bering a a i cuban republics naval dreadnought and her i Cortny a Lina officer j Spanish Cabinet resigns. And old. Mav 31.�?the Spanish pre Iier. Collat a Iva to de Soma nones and the other members of tile Cabinet re stems office. Count Roma nones had been Premier Ainee nov. 14. 1912. When a took office a it or the assassination of Premier Jose Ana Lens. Sensitive cheese. Quot a Ehe a be Iii the making la As Sensi Tive to a void As you said a cheese Monger the finest Rheme if it is leu in a draft Viii catch a old and deteriorate. There will lie no flavor to that i cheese thereafter you my Atno to Bruise a cheese either. Knock it face and it will Discolour like flesh. And the Hurt place will sch it i a cheese in fact is j flesh for the most part a solid mass of living microbes and that Why it catches cold mid bruises its Allie you see. Like you and me fancy cheeses Are made by a secret process thus Gorgonzola. The italian cheese. It made of goats milk and ripened in caves and ifs characteristic Blue veins Are the result of stabs from a it Opffer wire Hutch cheeses Are coagulated by mean of an acid. Swiss cheese or the room and mounted guard outside a moment or two later they heard a shot and. Entering the a Tom. Found colonel red lying dead on the floor took Mercury Man is saved. Pet roil. Of i \ Al Thomas my Abe. In Engineer. Who swallowed ten grains of by Hub ride of Mer or a week ago. Hats in saved by a solution of bicarbonate of soda. Injected into his veins Mccabe to a the pub of because b panders Walker of hmm a Aid death from ifs effect a painless i a it a a a a cd a Khi no in Neil a no to file it. Til i tub go w h i ii. It Screes it Usu to the t Miti Hie in lion my locomotive. A cd a a Quot fru. Tea Tram was puffing a Tong is of ii a hav it hmm it material. Near us via sex lit line Aud t or re in i the brute attest not to move til Driver an i t or Spitle off the Hue i of Vav Mhz wet Tram was a it it standstill a per. He t i be Lait Birls Ell glue Ini out of t tie i .1 rive to11. A Nim w it a nit it ter rewards Lite till tit my Isitt to a la a lost mgt Tea Ieti april in a Fie engine seeking in Vatu far something on its smooth surface into which he could drive b s claws and thus secure a foothold again and again the beast sprang failing Clear of the eng an every time the then Realise i Tbs the to St to amt in do was to go full steam ahead amt rust to tim weight of the trucks behind the Frau on the Hoe to Lear the i too from its path this was done. With the result that the boo. N magnificent specimen was Cut to pieces by the engine wheel a a Cape to Cairo railway a to Empire Magazine. Deaths of a Day. The very Rev f. X. Specht. Vicar seen eral of the colomb o i loess. Died in col in bus h. A. Albin known on the sit a re for Many years As a eth. Great a magician. Do 1 suddenly of heart disease in a hotel in a Hirato judge William r. Hoyt formerly rotted states commissioner in Alaska Ami in Indian territory died in Muskogee okla. He was sixth eight years old Patrick j. Do Lan. An sex aids ruin of Newark. N. J is dead he a in formerly Active in the Irish Republican brotherhood and in the Home Rule tight Commodore Karl robber it. S. N. Re gtd. Died in Washington. He was sixty a Ive years old he was a native of Germany Ami had served forty two years his last command before retiring being the naval station at san Juan. Putt a Rica a gentle touch Nawa Sec is a nigh of Basum Tsow Pat Ai it a it Ros Pun do immediately to it end it in a he greatest past of the Cine a Eck Enisol of a piano the bpm Man piano is . Syn pathetic Swet Fot sed and of marvelous and is a favorite in every hem where it bae been . When you want satisfaction and ply aah it with a piano try Aba Metter. Headers music House do n second St. Clart in it Pax amp a it Cornelius Robbins Field a descendant of an old Brooklyn family died in Brooklyn. Aged seventy eight. His family left Brooklyn for Chicago when he a Only twelve years of age and he went into the railway business there later he became Ashier of the first National Bank of Chi ago. Ross amp Woods Ross amp Woods mean of sour milk and English cheese re Nurin explained that he had Len Means a it rennet los Angeles a j ii Tel try the divergence in the j times vhf Tel testimony. He thought that f mrs. Zaus was strange so Ami not i of Wiki there ought to Tiave been in Marks on the Throat. Five minutes after the disagreement ass announced mrs. Gibson hurried to a it husband s Well and threw her arms tue it his neck crying for Joy. Bloodhounds Trail bandits in la Akkad Man hold up pay masters Illinois killing one. La Salle Iii., May 31.�?bloodhounds were put on the Trail of the masked Lindith who killed one Man and wounded three others one probably malty Iii an attempt to hold up the 3ky wagons of the Illinois Zinc Coui-,4<riy, three Miles South of Here. The band has Lieen traced through j Lite Woods along the South Bank of the t Illinois. The semimonthly pay for the miners. Amounting to $0,000, was on its Way to tic Black hollow mine with four men ars charge. They were held up within Faro Miles of their destination by a Awner of robbers who numbered at least sir. Appearing from behind the Bushes Ltd desperado opened Hie without a u0 kno,.kpd Olla of him. A a want. The occupants of the two wag continuous hard Wear or err eee Tilvik is could make Only feeble reply. Knowing thl. Some men make a Point be Dierks actin As Euard for the of alway he a rank the trousers of their stupa by. Was instantly killed while ,te0nk amt 1imde of cloth a Little Utmer went a clerk for the company. Thick or than that of Tho r us shot in the head neck and Chest it Medard it is Likely to die. Frank d. Rich a won a civil Engineer was shot in the Imok hut was not seriously injured. Bewry Oesterle. In employee of the Emp any. Was shot in the head Arm ate body Bat his condition is not in Quot sews. Shins of the unchanging line. Perhaps you have watched the evolutions of hic battleship meet in formation and have wondered whether those great ships preserving that of a Erfe let alignment and distance must not tie parts of one single whole if you Are on lion re of them the illusion is still More striking perhaps you will not observe the slightest change in the line i Forward it aft in a Day time one Man Iii Especial will never forget How. Standing on Ibe same spot on the Bridge of the Rhode Island steaming i northward from Peru lie saw the Sun i set three nights in succession Over the identical funnel of the Maine follow my behind As the red Bali Sank into the South Pacific the smoke pit split it evenly to Ria watcher s sight three nights running new Vork to i dress trousers Wise men make a Plant of having two pairs of trousers to cacti evening cont and one flair of trouser is it the avy cloth trouser of this Kiln a probably of die same thickness a it these worn Iii the it May they last it in no than trousers of thin cloth anti Wmk better All the time. He cause they Are Quot. A f r a. Photo by american pre association in Honor of the part taken by the in noted slates in securing the Fri a Dom of Cuba the Little Republic sent to new York her Best warship the Cuba commanded by lieutenant Fernandez Quevido to take part in the unveiling of a Monument to commemorate the heroes who Tost their lives by the a a inking of the battleship Maine officers a invited Quot col. Redes suicide brother officers left revolver in spy s room. No Canadian battleships. Ottawa Senate kills the $35,ri0,000 naval Aid Bdl. Ottawa. Ontario. May is. The Canadian Senate Lias killed the govern a nent s Rya Val Aid Bill to appropriate $35,000,000 for the construction of three i Reanon Ghag for the British Navy. The vote was 51 to 27, on an amendment by sir George Ross the Liberal Leader in the Senate Reading As follows this House is not justified in giving its assent to this Bill until it is submitted to the judgment of the country. As Premier Borden has already announced the he has no intention of going to the country just new the vote puts an end to the naval Aid proposals for this year at least. 40 rest for Tariff makers. I Siuty Subco Mitt in wrestling with Underwood schedules. Washington May 31both houses of Tagress were in adjournment but a err was do Holiday for the members amp of the Senate finance subcommittees owned in Tariff testimony and briefs Rad mooring to revise the Underwood schedules for the consideration of the a retire committee next week. Senators Stone Johnson and Tams a Hinnen of the three subcommittees and senator Simmons the Tammi tree chairman had hoped to Aune the schedules ready by Moldav another Bride takes Mercury. Chicago May 31.�?mistaking dichloride of Mercury tablets for a headache remedy. Mrs. Cd Ltd it Almer a Bride. Took four and a half grains of the ii ton. She has a gig gtd Hance to recover 11 the opinion of the doctor who reach a i Lier St on after lie had swallowed Fie millets. The weather. I use tied probe Lily Shower. Vienna. May 31.�?the death of Cote j Nel Ibyll. One of tile chiefs of the Nili tiny secret Wen i e department Otto after being a muted of Selling military St refs to Russia committed suicide following i sit of two brother officer who left a i Udod Woolver in i room with the hint that lie make use fit a pay be f towed the suicide Quot of oth or ii Tbs a Quot according to re ots Rhi ii an gaining ground. A big a a my Wand ii firemen the n it try of War has Given out a statement i g Forth tile a is of tile a ase. In of one Xvi. Win was prot Coteil Ieth t rank on Nitto last. A stationed it in tone. It a a i a Spe la duty in Eek i wet Quot ii it fun a Rosi to a. Bitt it Iez a turns out that he was til league with the of ret a Iii Quot san of Osiier a oui Rio it to formation of Iii Quot having readied the inn Lster of War olt a a a after red in me to Vienna Sererak Days ago. A search was made of i room St the hotel Aud document were found there which fully proved i guilt. It is the Ell Tom in the austrian army to give officers who Are accused of a disgraceful crime the Opportunity of taking their own live. In accordance with this tradition the War office sent two officer to tile colonels room. They told him of the a Harge against him and of the evidence which had been found then they placed a loaded revolver on a to life with significant gesture left Dock workers strike ends. Philadelphia. May us the three weeks strike of Iong foremen along the Delaware River has been called off at a meeting of striker the prop a is Tion of the steamship companies to pay i 30 cents an hour and allow time and a half for All work after 6 p. In. And doable time for sunday employment was accepted. The men originally asked 35 cents an hour. Cheer up of it weren to for the rain there wot old no to be any Hay to make while the Sun shines. Besides an a Anderson Raincoat will keep you dry. $5.00 up have you seen the unusual dish bargains at 10c each of not you had better investigate. Mew line rompers aprons Etc. Several styles of rompers 25c. Kitchen aprons 50c. Bonnets 18c. Sun hats 25c. Boys Bio Mea 25c, better Quality 35c. Do you use a apr on so ammonia of not try a bottle and see the Superior Quality. Put up in three sizes. Dime size pints 18c, quails 30c. Ross amp Woods Robinson company i school children hold picnic. The children of this Clearfield Public schools hold a Pion be Ait the West we Side Park today. Among the games and amusements were baseball bicycle races and other sports. A big dinner was served to the pupils and All had a Roost enjoyable Lime. Doctors endorse if we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayer s Cherry pectoral for Coku we would not of Flor it to you. Sold for 70 years. Ask your doctor. L5lvm? our Straw hat showing our Straw hats Are the most stylish and cheapest in town All styles. Come in and Price them. W e have just received 3 lots of suits tan Grey and Blue to sell at $10.00 this week Only these Are $20.00 values All menus and boys shoes and oxfords in the store at big reductions. Big line of rugs and linoleum. Big special next week in our ladies department �10 to �25 Serge and fancy Coats All styles at $7. Come in and get one of these As they Are Only one of a kind and Are Salesman a samples. Big reduction Sale on All i and test misses and children a shoes arid oxfords a1 leathers. Clearfield Robinson amp co. Best Little vacuum cleaner made $30.00 ask for a we carry a full line All sizes of the Michelin casings and tubes. Also a Nice line of Gas tanks exchanged the Clearfield garage is open Day and night bicycle riders our repair department is always ready to take care of your wants. A big line Etc., always Stock. I Banner these famous Mazda electric lamps can always be secured Here. A sizes. Electric wiring of All kinds. Opposite Witmer inn harder a gun works Clearfield Penn a

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