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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - April 2, 1903, Danville, PennsylvaniaHoi6 paper a for the Home l he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscriptions per year do. Irving h. Jennings dentist. Office How 9 a. M. To 12 104 Mill a a i it. To 4 v. M. Danville do. Q <111 1.1/., a. I it. 42rmir.i. St., , 1�?Ta. I is i Les of the stomach a my intestines a special to i h. Vav. 1. Anglia dentist or kick 218 m . St Kkt. Teutli without pain. Crown and Bridge work u specially. A a jul cd with the latest and most improved instruments and prepared to execute the most dil Lurault work. Or. C. If. Reynolds a dentist a office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in ail its branches. Charges and All Wor it onaran teed Sta blushed 1892.c0n1u.nse1 news. House cleaning 19 in order. Observe Arbor Day on Friday. Be careful about the Brush fires. Hoboes Are on their annual tour Daylight for eleven hours and growing. The chirps of the Robins Are not very loud these Chilly mornings. The Birds Are evidently under the belief by this Timo that they left the sunny South a Little too soon. Saturday proved a Busy Day for the milliners of Danville Many of them working until a late hour at night. The improvements at the first Baptist Church Are nearing completion a progressive policy always wins. Danville should cultivate every trend in that direction. The editors of the High school a Orange and purple Are receiving congratulations upon the Bright and neat appearance of their april number. Servant girls Are very scarce in Danville and housewives desiring help find it hard to secure. The Board of Trade is for Danville. Let every citizen be likewise. New ties and rails Are being Laid in the switch at South Danville and Riverside. The switch is nearly a mile in length and extends from the water Tower to a Point below rivet Side Borough. The work is under the supervision of Section Foreman Nuss. Interesting services will to hold at a number of our churches on sunday next Palm sunday. Just now the average woman a thoughts turn toward the faster hat or Bonnet. Parents do not visit the schools As often As they should. Better not put the camphor balls in the overcoats yet. Coleman amp James the Wagon makers yesterday dissolved partnership and discontinued business. Harry Salmon formerly proprietor will again assume the management. Or. Coleman will be in the employ of or. Salmon. Sli Mokin will have a big fourth of july Celebration this year if the plans of a number of its citizens Are successfully carried out. The kind of outdoor exercise that the average Man does no to like is transferring tier social effects from one habitation to another. Now that we Are to have gentle Spring according to the Calendar it May be considered Safe to House the Snow shovel. Bucknell University will have a first class base Hall team which will open its season saturday at Philadelphia playing with Pennsylvania University. The mild Spring has caused the grass to grow rapidly and Many lawns Are now being mowed something unusual for so Early in the season. Coal is now Down to the lowest notch for this year. Stop saving for your summer vacation and fill your bins. Even a weather Prophet is not averse to a Pun if we May judge from the following from Coles for april a the month has some very Good indications which it is to he hoped will Over balance the evil ones but if Aries the ram a which is in opposition to Earth should take a notion to a butt a then watch what fools some mortals be. For rent a Blacksmith shop Corner Mill and Centre streets Danville. Elebrant location and Good Trade. In quire at 500 Mill Street Danville a. Half a million dollars will be spent by the big Coal companies in the Anthracite Region this summer in Intro Dueing electricity into the mines. The adaptability of electricity to Coal mining having been thoroughly demonstrated it will now he brought into general us. The Lehigh \ Alley Coal company has already started work in equipping several of its collieries. Haulage systems Are being introduced which will furnish not Only Power hut splendid illumination which will pent trate the darkness of the mint s with a flood of Light. Electric drills anti other mining instruments Are also being experimented with. This coi try will never be entirely free. Us 11 Danville. A. Till sri Gay aim a 11 vol. 4s--m 14. Supplies All of its own demands wit 11 its own productions established in 155.base Ball the Board of directors of the Dau Ville base Ball association commonly known last year As a the old timers a held a meeting in the office of Ralph Kisner esq., tuesday for the purpose of making arrangements for base Ball the coming season taking action upon the procuring of grounds and the employment of players. The meeting was called to order by manager Sam a. Mccoy others present being Ralph Kisner esq., tied Jacobs e. F. Williams f. G. Schoch and Simon Hoffman on motion a committee consisting of messes. Schoch Kisner and Williams was appointed to wait upon or. Do it submitting a proposition As to grounds. The accommodations at the grounds last Vear were unsatisfactory to the club and they a he that a number of improvements be installed for the coming season otherwise they will accept grounds which have been offered to them on this Side of the River. The association asks for a new grand stand at the rear of the Home plate a Canvas Feuce from the North end of the grand stand along first base line to shut oif the Park a wire Fence from the South end of the grand stand along the third base Lino to prevent spectators from encroaching on the lines. The grounds must be ready by May 1st. On motion of or. Kisner it was ordered that the manager secure eleven Good players the number to embrace As Many of last years players As possible. On motion of or. Kisner it was ordered that each player be obliged to sign a contract binding him to return the suits at the end of the season or on demand in As Good a could Tiou As when received allowance being made for reasonable Wear and tear. The association is determined to give the citizens of Danville first class Amateur base Hall and the proceedings last night were marked with caution and deliberation such As ought to assist in accomplishing that much desired end. Easter gifts find ready Sale. From the display of easter goods in the confectionery and other a Tores it seems that easter gift giving has become almost As great a custom As at Christmas time. Certain it is that the displays become greater and grader every year. For Many years eggs dyed in All colors were appropriate gifts and then these were Given to Only children. Nowadays elaborate baskets filled with Fine confectionery Aud toys Are the fad and the same presents apply to the infant the Middle aged Aud the old. The spirit of giving seems to be in the air this year Aud heavy sales have already been made despite the fact that easter sunday is nearly two weeks off. Candy eggs Are the principal purchases Aud they can be Hee ured in All sizes. One egg on exhibition at a local store weighs nearly 40 pounds. Toy chickens Aud rabbits Are novelties this season. Our citizens will be gratified to learn that a Good solid appropriation has been secured for the Hospital for the insane at this place which will admit of Many improvements Aud meet the most urgent needs of the institution. The following Telegram relative to the appropriation was received by the american last evening Harrisburg april 1. Hospital assured of one Hundred and Twenty one thousand dollars. Infirmary and farm disallowed r. S. Ammerman while the female infirmary and the additional real estate might be very desirable yet in View of the fact that All the other improvements have been granted no one will he disposed to complain. The Bill asked for $80,000 for the building and furnishing of the female infirmary and $6,300 for additional real estate for Dairy purposes. Deducting the total of $80,300 trom $207,300, the full amount of tie appropriation asked we have $121,000, the amount assured remaining. Of this a urn $h5,000 will be applied to the erection of additions and extensions to the main building to provide a Complete lavatory system Wash rooms Bath rooms toilet rooms and the like. Fifteen thousand dollars will be spent for a Plant and the piping necessary for the proper disposal of sewage which is now contaminating the Susquehanna River at a Point 3000 feet above the intake of the water Supply of Danville. Eleven thousand dollars will be devoted to the instalment of a filtration Plant and the proper increase of boilers. Stacks Aud apparatus necessary for the same. Moving pictures enjoyed. Lyman Howe a moving pictures were exhibited at the opera House last evening appearing to histidine under the auspices of Trinity m. E. Church. A Large audience was present and from the applause it could be judged that All present were delighted. It matters not How often this attraction appears in Danville it proves a great diversion. Last night As usual every picture shown was new Aud very interesting. The egyptian series giving scenes and incidents in route from Cairo to Khartoum were of particular interest giving an excellent idea of life and customs in that far off country. A new series of magic pictures were also shown creating much amusement. This entertainment deserves the great patronage it always gets Here Aud it is an Ever Welcome attraction. The performance was much enhanced by the realistic property work and the excellent incidental music by prof. Walkinshaw. Willow Trees Are in leaves. As a result of the rain the Long Row of Willows on the River Bauk below the water works monday burst into leaves. The new foliage with its delicate Green tint presented a very pretty sight and left no doubt in the mind that Spring is Here. The fact was remarked upon by several elderly persons monday Aud not one of them could remember of Ever having seen Willows in leaves on the 30th of March. A Cherry tree on the premises of Edward f. Bell West Mahoning Street is just on the verge of bursting into blossoms. Vegetation has now reached a critical period Aud should the temperature drop to the freezing Point there would be very poor prospects for a fruit crop. Local fruit growers Are of the opinion that the poach buds Are already injured and that the crop will be very Light if not a total failure. New Rural free delivery route. R. Slurp less of Rush township was in this City yesterday in the interest of a Rural free delivery route of the other Side of the River. It was or. Shar Plehsl intention to immediate la begin a canvass of the territory for signers. The route in View As one which seems to be feasible proceeds from the River Bridge at South Danville to Rushtown thence to Moore a the Rush Baptist Church and Union Corner around by the a four mile Baruz and Hack to Danville by Boyds station. The above route embraces a Thrifty and prosperous farming Community where the people educated and intelligent. Constitute a class that keenly feels the deprivation of restricted mail facilities. Workman burned by a Flash. Charles Monitor a employee at the Reading Iron works was badly burned Friday afternoon while at work. He is a Helper on one of the heating furnaces and had just opened the fur face door when the blast was accidentally turned on. The effect of this was to throw a heavy Flash of fire out in the 111 mrs face burning him in the most painful manner. There was scarcely a Square Inch 011 his whole face that escaped. Or. Curry admin i 1st� red to the Case. Or. Moulter will he Laid up for Toino time. Odd Fellows Day at Milton. The local committees in charge of the coming Odd Fellows anniversary and Couve ution which will he held in Milton of april 28th, Are All at work arranging the details of the several departments. A invitation is being sent out this week from the Milton Lodge inviting All Odd Fellows and their friends to come to Milton Aud participate in the pleasures of the Day. Among other things five thousand buttons with a meet me at Milton april 28th,�?� will be distributed in the near future. The Heads of the local committees Are a. Batdorf chairman committee on l. C. Townsend chairman committee of finance Ferd Piper chairman reception committee l. H. Gingrich chairman Leutert Aimeul committee Jas. D. Baitzell chairman decorating committee h. R. Frick chairman printing committee Milton Standard. Farm horses run away. George Hall who is removing from Snyder county to the farm of mrs. Sarati Vastire near Boyds station met with a runaway about dark tuesday even aug. The horses took fright while at the freight House at South Danville and escaping from the Driver ran up toward the crossing where the Wagon struck a Telegraph pole. Here the horses broke Loose from the Wagon and ran Over to this City where they were aug it. One of the animals in trying to Escaig a Rau up to the pavement in front of Gillaspy a hotel where he so Ipoh d on the bricks and Tell on his Side. The Wagon was considerably broken. Large class confirmed. Bishop Tholbert Talbot of tin diocese of Central Pennsylvania made his annual visitation to Christ episcopal Church this City a Friday. A class of Twenty was confirmed there being a Good sized congregation present. The Bishop addressed the candidates after which lie preached a Sermon. Confirmation this year occurs toward the close of the lenten season Aud at such a Date As will permit the candidates to take their first Coni Muu Ion of easter sunday. The contract for re roofing the River Bridge was yesterday awarded to Trun Bower amp this City for $2,270, led Cedar shingles to to used. A joint meeting of the county commissioners of Montour and Northumberland counties was held in the court House at this City yesterday afternoon. The full Board of this county was present with commissioners Beck Aud Raudo hush of Northumberland county. The Only business 011 hand was Tho awarding of Tho contract for re roofing the River Bridge Between the two counties. There were Many bidders the following in addition to Trum Bower amp Werkheiser being in the number John a. Mowrey Samuel t tack Sou Charles Uttermiller and Howard Irvin of this City Joseph Campbell Daniel s. Moll of Riverside Diehl amp Wertman g. C. Jinkins and Hendricks amp Moyer of Valley township Wesley Diehl of Strawb Rry Ridge Edgar Holt of Northumberland Sli Mokin lumber company and Frank Erdman of Sli Mokin. Several of Tho bids ran very dose Trun Bower amp successful bidders being Only $21.50 below Frank Erdman of Sli Mokin. The contract As awarded is both for furnishing the shingles and doing the work the county furnishing the nails and sheeting. Several of the bids were for the work alone others for furnishing the shingles exclusive of the work. It required a great Deal of figuring 111 order to determine which bids should he accepted to save Money for Tho counties. Those which included both material and work ranged All Ali Way Between Trun Bower amp Werk Heiser a hid and sums approximating $3, pm. Charles utter Niller a bids were for metallic roofs. He agr cd to put a Copper roof of the Bridge for $13,668.50 Aud a tin roof for $1601.10. The joint meeting adjourned shortly alter 1 of clock to Convene again next tuesday for the purpos-1 of acting upon the Bond of tin successful Bidish r. Flower. For easter. Incidental to the near approach of easter the Green houses Are now a loom with Beauty. At Castle Grove the display is such As Only to he compared with the appearance of tilings during the chrysanthemum season lit fall. Or. Of Hara has made extensive preparations for the season and his plans All scorn to be hearing Good fruit. Easter Lilie. Lilies of the Valley hyacinths roses tulips Narcis Sussex and carnations Are to he seen in profusion. The Lily is perhaps the ruling Flower and Over one Hundred of these Are shipped each Day along with the other Flowers in proportion to say nothing of what is disposed of to tin local Trade which seems to he growing with each succeeding month. The Green houses at Castle Grove never presented such an appearance before of every Side Are the unmistakable evidences of experience and care. The immense variety of Plant growths Aud the mass of detail involved in Tho propagation and the cultivating of the same is simply confusing to Tho visitor and he wonders How it is All accomplished. Castle Grove is building up quite a Trade in vegetables and the Green houses devoted to these Are by no Means the least interesting features. The big Telegraph cucumbers Over a foot in length hanging like Beans from their stalk Are Worth a visit in themselves. Then there Are Ripe tomatoes with egg plants cauliflower and lettuce All growing in Rich abundance. Miss Cora Moyer of Berwick visited friends in this City Over sunday a a. U. Harris and Little Sou Theodore of Sunbury spout sunday in this City. Or. And mrs. H. Eyerly visited friends at Dewart Over sunday. Mrs. Isaac Levy and Sou Samuel of new York is visiting her father bin Jaime Benzbach water Street. Miss Annie Snyder of Bloomsburg is visiting at the Homo of j. W. Gibbons East Market Street. Frank Kear of Berwick spent sunday in this City. Or. And mrs. James Evans of Plymouth were guests of friends in this City Over sunday. Or. And mrs. Johnny c. Moyer and miss Katie Edwards have removed to Hazleton where or. Moyer will have charge of hotel mrs. D. Mcmillan of Trevor toil returned Home yesterday after a several Days visit with friends in this City. Mrs. William Haas of Sli Mokin visited friends in this City yesterday. Frank g. Schoch transacted business in siding Grove yesterday. Miss Carrie Klim of Sunbury visited friends in this City yest Day. Second a Seizun Clayberger of or. Carmel who played with Tho a old timers last season spent yesterday with Danville friends. \ Dietrich of Washington Villa drove to Danville yesterday. A. Lei Igor transacted business in Shamokin . H. N. Jordan att tided a meeting of Lii pension Board in this City yest a Day. 11. N. Colv of Williamsport trans a Ted in this City yesterday. Miss Julia Huber returned to Bridgeton n. J., yesterday after a visit with her Sistr mrs. A. B. Russell East front Street. Rev. Harry Curtin Harman return a 1 from Altoona last evening where he Ati guided the session of the Central Pennsylvania conference. E. W. Young of Sunbury spent yes Day with Oil acquaintances at South Danville. Rev. Xavier l Febro of Wilke Barro was a visitor in this City yesterday. Mrs. A. L. Cornish Aud mrs. M. Cornish returned to Philadelphia yesterday after Avi it at the Home of or. F. E Ilar Pel ferry Street. F. Ii. Vai Inan transact 1 business in Milton yesterday. Ralph Fonlk returned from a visit in Wilk Sbarro yesterday. John Toyloy was in Sli Mokin yesterday. Joseph Murray transacted business in Milton yesterday. Mrs. Alex. M. Diehl left yesterday for a visit in Philadelphia. Oliver Drumheller made a trip to Sli Mokin yesterday. W. S. Kocher was in Sunbury yesterday. Purchased a Home. Frederick plock of frosty Valley has purchased the dwelling. No. 521 Railroad Street of the Stegmaier company. Or. Plock will remove to his new Home in a Short time after which he will make a number of repairs about the premises. The residence vacated by or. Plock in frosty Val Ley has been leased by Oliver Blecher. Assembly of the elks. Invitations will be issued in a few Days for the first easter Assembly of the Danville Lodge of elks which will he held in Tho armory on tuesday evening april 14th. This event is being looked Forward to with much pleasure As it promises to be a most elaborate affair. In addition to the Ball there will to an hours concert. A special orchestra of ten pieces under the direction of Herbert Wyle will Render the music for the occasion. The Danville elks have already become noted As hospitable hosts. Re lit most elaborate affair the people of this City have enjoy <1 for Many years was the elks thanksgiving Assembly held in armory Hall on november 26th last and the cordial reception Given was most favourably commented upon by All who were their in Fine and ousts. Lewis Kramer of Jerseytown was mulched in a Fine yesterday for trotting his horses Over the River Bridge. Or. Kramer who had a companion with him drove a spirited team and in crossing the Bridge the horses it is alleged were permitted to Trot at pleasure. Bridge watchman e. K. Hale in iut Diati by swore out a summons which was served upon the Driver by Constable Young. Or. Kramer contended that Tho 1 horses he was driving were Mere Colts and that he could not control i hem. He paid the Fine however along with the costs the whole amounting to $7.40. The Banks were doing a ushing bus iness yesterday. On the first of april a majority of people Settle up their uce Juuls and get a fresh Start. Entertained at euchre. Mrs. Julius Heim Aud daughter miss Gertrude entertained a number of friends at euchre at thir Home on East front Street yesterday afternoon. Those present were mrs. Isaac Levy of new York mrs. Lesser . A Lex. Schwartz mrs. Of car . Lewis Gross and miss Claire Gross of Bloomsburg mrs. Eli Rosenthal mrs. Herbert Wyle mrs. Joseph Heim mrs. Lewis Bloch mrs. Samuel Bloch mrs. I. U. Lee miss Jennie Oberdorf mrs. Isaac Gross mrs. T. Price mrs. John Eisenhart mrs. Harry Ellenbogen mrs. Henry Lyon mrs. W. G. Pursel miss Tillie Keener mrs. James Kramer miss Dora Meyers misses Bertha and Blanche Goldsmith miss Amanda menu mrs. Elias Maier misses Ella and Bertha Meyers mrs. Emanuel Wolf Aud mrs. Hannah Wyle. Tendered a Surprise party. Miss Mae Brent was tendered a Surprise party on tuesday evening at her Home 716 eat front strict in Honor of her thirteenth birthday. The evening was very pleasantly spent. The following persons were present a Mary Walker Helen Swayzer Pearl Fenster Naeher. Lizzie Thomas Viola Rishel Bessie Aud Verda Kocher Irene Long it uber Ger Clara Smith Annie freeze Marion Camp Fannie Young Edith Jenkins Edith Mitchell Florence Ephlin Helen shipper son. Ella Snyder Aud mrs. Walter Fields. Making Brick Kiriy. Brick making like a Good Many other things begins very Early this Spring. John k do has had his Brick Yards in Ord r for some time past. Yesterday lie began making Brick in his lower Yard window town and today in a ill begin moulding in the Yard above the advertiser is Busy. If a merchant has a store merely tor the Sake of having a place where he May rest comfortably of course be does t care about advertising. The merchant who advertises Hasni to time to Louigi about his store. His con stantly growing patronage won t admit of personal ease and Comfort in business hours. March a it lit out like the proverbial j Lamb. The weather clerk is Good in these moving times. The Danville stove and manufacturing company anticipates a very Busy season. A visit to the Plant yesterday found sixty inc moulders employed which is just ten More than has he in Given work for Many years past. General manager w. A. Sechler states that the Trade is unusually Active at present the demand including All lines of stoves. Orders come in with such rapidity that notwithstanding the increased capacity the goods Are shipped As fast As manufactured. The Export Trade continues to grow and of tin orders being filled at present Are one for Madras British India and another for Capetown South Africa. The Danville stove is manufacturing company is constantly working along new lines and it has now a now and attractive feature ready for the fall Trade. This Isa new double Heater to be known As the a Beaver which will take the Public by Surprise. The first stove is just completed and is under trial at the works. The test has proven perfectly satisfactory Aud the new stove will to a Success. Under the name of a Beaver Oak the coi Pauy has for some years manufactured a Plain stove for either Wood or Coal which found a ready Sale in the Northwest and in other sections where Wood was plentiful. The new stove however resembles the old in nothing except that it is cylindrical in form. The body is of highly polished Sheet Iron. The base feet door Frame and top arc very heavy and ornate. The stove is handsomely Nickelet and strikes the Eye As most pleasing and artistic in design. The new double beater which is made in three sizes it is believed will entirely supersede the Square Heaters at present in use. The new Gas Range which was added to it it tin product of the stove works last year proved a great Success and this year two More sizes Are being added. I11 the Way of further additions the full line of stoves turned out at Tho Plant Are being dressed with Nickel trimmings which adds very much to their appearance. The pattern shop in which seven men Are employed is always a Busy department As in addition to getting up the new lines a great Deal of time is spent 111 redressing patterns Etc. Malcolm Beyer is at the head of the pattern department. Methodist Church enters protest. The appointment of William a. Houck to the pastorate of the Mulberry Street methodist Church by the conference of that denomination at Altoona yesterday stirred up a Lior us St a nest. The official Hoard of the Church held a meeting last evening to take action on the matter the result of which was that a Telegram was sent to or. Houck asking him not to come. The Bishop and presiding elder Wilcox were notified that or. Houck would not be received As pastor. Word was received this morning from or Wilcox to the effect that he would at once take the matter up. Some time before the meeting of the conference the official Board of the Church met and decided that the Church was not Able to pay the salary $1,500 per year that has heretofore been paid. It was decided to Send a committee to the conference for a Young Man with the understanding that the salary would be $1,000. This was done the committee asking tor Morris e. Swartz of Shippensburg who expressed himself As being willing to serve the Church. When the news of the appointment of or. Houck who is recognized As being in tie $1,500 class of preachers and quite an old Man was received the meeting of Tho Hoard was at once called. It was decided to notify the authorities of the Church that if they persisted in sending or. Houck the Church would not receive him. Those interested say that the objection is not to or. Houck personally but to the disregard of the request of the Church by those who made the appointments a Williams port Sun. Handsome Lodge room. The Danville Lodge of elks yesterday installed handsome new Lodge furniture. The set includes tour officers chairs built of solid Oak upholstered in leather. The pedestals accompanying the chairs Are also built of Oak and Are trimmed with Elk Heads of very artistic design. The set includes a number of smaller chairs. The Lodge room is being handsomely pah Rcd and with the in Dally Tiou of the furniture completes one of the most up to Date Lodge room in this Section of the state. Rev. T. V. Vulkoff is dead. Rev. T v. Vulkoff pastor of the first Baptist Church of Dubois died of sunday from the effects of a fall. Rev. Vulkoff up to a few years ago a pastor of the Rush rap Tim Church. Rush township Northumberland Coon to. He was a College mate of Rev. A. B. Bowser former pastor of the first Baptist Church this City lie frequently visited this City and was Well known among our citizens. He was a Abb and energetic preacher and was raied Asa missionary in Bulgaria he came to the United states in inst. It was As late As 1900 that be left for do Hois. We should have a Good High school base Ball team. V to in a woman 111 la Ltd Quot a a a i designated who has been peddling Salve about town without having procured a lice him Quot of a ill into tie band of the police monday morning. It was about of clock we n tie two officer ran across ii tas she was plying tier vocation 011 Wco to Market Street. Tin y immediately took her into custody and conducted her to the office of in stick of tie pc acc Oglesby for a bearing the woman was Well dry sed and presented a Good appearance. She did not Admire her two uniformed escorts at All and requested them As a favor to permit her to precede them on the Way. Justice Oglesby re a Al tie information to the to mail which charge d her with violating the Borough ordinance by peddling without fir to obtaining a License. The Fine for this offence she was apprised was five dollars. In addition to this she would have the Cost to pay amounting in All to $6.25. The woman had but a couple of dollars and professing to a a in a painful dilemma she produced her a wedding ring on which she begged to be permitted to raise some Money. A gentleman present kindly volunteered to carry the ring to 1 neighbouring jewelery a to ascertain its value. To jeweler fixed the value of the ring an 18 Carat Gold at $2.34. Which still left a deficiency in the sum to be raided. Meanwhile an Effort had been made to get at the woman a name. Sin intimated that this was a matter of Little importance As in her time she had found it expedient to As ume different names. She might have had a Hundred in her time she said. The fart i it she gave two different names during the hearing. In order to raise the Money she was finally forced to divulge tin fart that she has a husband temporarily located in Danville. Tinman was at once made acquainted with the woman a predicament and he handed Over tin Money required to cover film Aud costs. This was a revelation to the officers who bad Learned from storms alleged to have been repeated by the woman that her husband bad lost his life in a tire in Paterson n. While attempting to Rescue his to tire a children from a burning Home. Sin was asked to explain this appear it conf radiation. Her reply was a Well if my husband did not lose his life a dear Mother was burned to she denied Many of the stories imputed to her but As a principle held that it 1- necessary to lie in order to get a living admitting that win 11 people showed no willingness to Purchase her a Alv she resorted to falsehood. On the whole she held that she practice no More deception than the a crag has Nian in Dispo ing of by goods. Job printing tic fun. Tutei mat Ann it prepare Sci Job printing of a k kinds and description a a an it. In Miskit Aaron user town la i Tinct on of r ant of a k Pom prised hot Mold \ a carried pod in the line farm w cleared h Bouse is revolute old Soldi a lib an come Doi fathers Transfer William tiers Iii that Remote <1 revolution win n fit a Prmt ors of Pnno a a m a it a saturday la a re the american paid a Mauser lion Rad to it r t viewing some of the Fel made Tom old place Mauser was found his Fields. Tying g a on his Ghlyn in loom the m throughout the v grand 4 Rar for i More than that of descent he still tid was Horn in ill standing he log Miary Here a and 1 in which the or died nearly a a int Ory ago. In my the papers which 1 t Xvi in to or. M or Fri mls Tom original deed w hich a the land from Thomas Sod Peru 1�� the of f b Early set pm men rat 1 pc of Isit to the Porpose of Avn i famous roughing in one of is horse to Tho is i it Fence he kindly led Fin was the explaining in o 10 Powshok it kept do a d to Miwa i the a fian death High school team. It is now time for the school to place a Hall team in the Field. It is now tiny for the school to sustain herself As nobly a so has done in the various ventures she has taken hold of 111 the past years such As the inter Scholastic newspaper and football. The objection that has been raised a so often is the fact of expense. Tin reason that people will not patronize our game is Becaum we a in get bad Good teams Aud the reason we have not it bad Good teams is because we have or Imd the interest of our school at heart there is plenty of Good material in the school and if the stud in to would com out to practice Aud allow tin Captain to pick a team it would undoubtedly be a Good on it is a matter that should tie give 11 careful consideration by the a. A. Not Only those Iri the Elwool but the alumni expect something of Ami bowl to us get together Aud so. W Thein that there Are it till som who Widi to it keep the school to the front in athletics As Well As in education. We a sure that we do Dot want our alumni to think that the school at which Tony received their preparation of a or Lif s Battle a forgotten o far it Honor let the Orange and purple Trail in tiny Orange Aud purple. April. A the Hoosier j a the Hooter girl on of the not 1 pronoun used Legitime com Nev a recorded is described by a wll known Chicago critic a being the Quint m. Of All that Ever constituted a wll u Gul ated bum la of fun tin r 1 no 1 Lack of original feature and Catchy ideas in the girl Quot and it just takes ail actress ilk Ali a mating Kate wat on a it bring tin in on. Everything contained 111 if Ltd Norm Tiou has been Kiili cd of a or no Oiler purpose than to provide ail even aug of Good old fashion d laughter and 11--11 r an Arditi Nal to Vantage. A the Hoosier girl Quot is tin general excellence of the company every Mem her of which a individual Clam. To Public recognition a actors of fun providing plays allot tin 111 Are familiar favourites. He a a i a girl Quot will appear at the a in a Loti a on saturday a. Mug it is Seldom that the first of april greets the Woods so full of wild flow ers. The Arbutus Anemone Hep Tica Day Toni. Dicentra Waldstein i and Samplo Turpu Art in Blossom the Maple Poplar Alder and a do a in Bloom. Never probably have the Leaf buds the Flowers and grass be 11 so far advanced at this Date. Farm House in root1 Long the land bad a the Mauser family. His great Grandfather. I tonary Soldier who put tract soon alter tie revolution Kiel Tolas m Iuler at his deaf farm descended to his a on. Can Grandfather of a Awn and at five of that aug a tor it f ii of tin pm it session of his Jacob father of Aaron by whom it in Tom a a in merited. It was with evident Pri in that a Mauser Pondu de the old Muk f. Long of barrel and equip d i Prim Tulve flu Thlork who Bull r bait 4 listed to win the Battles of oar a dependence. By a Fual a ear a re it the barrel was found to h. F a Rev a i inches Long. The ungainly fir Arm with its woh a ramrod h Little re Eru Liui e to the mask t of apr sent time. Wooder Fally 0?, Bow Ever was the old guru in it Dav a one of the Ian a it us la Dev cd weapons of modern warfare hav a a a it a a polished More for Mankind the 0 tie old Flint la k it of the revelation he -1 by colonial patriotism plock and no la Ranee. The question naturally ugg. It self whether ther a Manyet the old revolutionary Imd a a Exi Feare in the strenuous no Arr r f of a t Day when our father flt might tie my a for e they had Little Tim for Ntim at and it is feared that in too mane n faces the old Flint Loric w it a a at of existent along with the hat i that had carried it through Haft and vim Al its Long Burr at the i or of tvr army. It i therefor with All the mor Pride that or m a to i k Apon his old revolt tip a a a re a i corroded with the Dnn to of rare b in a Hundred wars a m my no a of vents that made up one of the m �1 r of epochs of the world his the v just bark a of the co a Ami r Ramod Ioas dwelling in which or m Ian a Reid with his two daughter. A toys a picturesque log a Tro rut a r Gin Al farm Linos built at i St a represents the s m a r Trail undred v Are re of nirhoe i m i or s own hand who Alt a and a tailor turn d his a. 1 entering and a was by n a skilled neither judging in my around fit of int a a bonded a it in re la i i is about 21 Fet by i t t Story and a half High h Mau r died a arly in to tip and Here Aaron Mauser owner was born in Imp. do t a Turvin 1 Artic place the a a a was o he he gho a a which at the pro Nore in an id and on a it Burns a a j in 1� tight i an 1 1 re f like in design with no at no Flat Iii i to Dot Ann v Ide an i no tax Eythe Nam or Mauser of of a that h formed him that it of us. D to he Aat the Quot engl to Danville a name Whir stood applied to a i re Tab on Tim occupied 11 a a 1 a int Grove pro byte plan r or Mauser a it has m i it Ion a Batch of do i is lie considered a Vallabh by any run i n several lain the signal it s of Jojas Pean. One of them he or signature a of John in in trans tract it land Arres in i George Miller. The deed. W written on Parchment hears t of 177�?� and in in excellent in a very i to a a ing clearly a Gil reeling tuns a a Penn and John in Ami absolute Farr ors in Chi f of to a a a Vanla. Etc.,�?T�?T the tip in in my a for tie 315 a fifteen a words fifteen still about $65 a it United a Matt a n Mao or farm was pfc somali tract for 111 the Hatch is at bearing the Date of 1795. W fers Ali same tract from Nicholas Mauer by this Tine however land was a a a or Asing in Valu and the Cut mind Coati in was a seventy five. I funds during the peril covering t a few deeds All to blk Section we embraced i Northumberland into i a in a locates the Mauser tract a a Ltd a i Waters Fth Mai Mug in luf Tii and pc fits to Asmi hrs which a an not is or id re inappropriate considering the elevated he sit la it a of or mane Provin of a a a in Mil. 1.

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