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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - April 15, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaLocal time tables. Cast. 7.2&Quot a 8.24 p. M. 5.57 1 a l0 85 a. M. Pin no a r. R. Sundays West. 9.00 a. M. 18.10 p. M. 4.29 a a 7.48 a a 4.81 p. M. A on wheat d. L. W r r. East. 7.05 a. M 10.19 a a 8.11 p. M. 5.44 7.05 a. M. 5.44 p. M. Sundays. West. 9.07 a. M. 12.51 p. M. 4.33 a a 9.15 a a 12.51 p. M. 9.15 a a Phila. Life Reading r. R. North South. 7.53 . 11.23 . 8.58 p. M. 6.85 p. M. Bloom Street. 7.55 a. M. 11.21 a. M. 8.58 p. M 6-83 p. M. Dan v1lle and Bloomsburg Street railway co. L ave Danville 6 00, 8.40. 7.30. 8.80 s.10. 10.00, 10.50. 11.40 . 13.30 1.90, 3.10. 3.00. 3,50, 4.40, 5.3c 5 80, 10. 8.00. 8.50, 9.40. 10.80, 11.81 a leave 6.00, 6.40. 7.88, -.88, a 1m. 10.03. 10.63, 11.43 ., 18.88, 1.23 2 18, 3.08. 8.58. 4.43, 5 88, 6.88. 7.18. 8 03, 8.53. 9.43, 10.88, 11.80 p. Mars ear sunday morning 7.30 us i,.�?T la 80 at flight goes to gro7a Nia Only. To. J. Barwick. So Peri n tend ent assigned to the Rev. Jared n. Diehl of the Central Pennsylvania Couf Renoe of the methodist episcopal Church who last year held a charge near Hazleton has been assigned to the charge at Wannu Touville. When the appointments were read at the winding no of the last conference or. Diehls name by mistake was announced in connection with the charge at Buckhorn. It was later found that or. Diehl along with a few others who recon try entered tiie conference was left without an appointment. Eventually however room was found for them All. Or. Diehl As above stated being Given the charge at Washingtonville. Or. Diehl was a former resident of Danville removing from hereto Northumberland. He was very successful in other vocations and in entering the ministry he was actuated by a pore love of Tho work. Lie was in this City monday morning later in the Day he drove ont to Washin Touville to make arrangements for entering upon his charge. To at Liis work in this county May yield abundant fruit i the wish of his Many friends. Dire distress it is near at hand to hundreds of Danville readers. Dou t neglect an aching Back. Backache is the kidneys cry for help. Neglect hurrying to their Aid menus that urinary troubles follow quickly dire distress diabetes. Brights disease. Profit by a Danville citizens experience Seth c. Lormer. 420 Pine St. Danville. A says a do and a kidney pills Are worthy of my strongest recommendation a severe cold which settled in my kidneys caused me great misery. Sharp shooting pains would seize to when i attempted to stoop and if 1 sit Down fur any length of time i would have to be very careful when arising for at Srch r Nies Sharp twinges would pass through my kidneys. At night my Hack became so lame an i Sor it that 1 was unable to rest Well in any position and consequently my sleep was a rest in disturbed. I Iii holy Hega i using Doan s kidney Pill pc which 1 procured at Hunts drug store and am Quot glad restate that they quickly relieved me�?T for Sale by All dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn co. Buffalo new York sole agents for the United states. Remember the name Doary so and take no other. Asa result of the top notch prices to which wheat is being forced by speculators local dealers Are paying $1 25 per Bushel for Winter wheat. Spring wheat commands a still higher Price. As a matter of fact however Trade in wheat is not Active Here As dealers who declare themselves Coul ident that wheat will fall Are not buying in Large quantities while those who have wheat to sell Are looking for still higher prices and Are not anxious to sell at present. The Only ones who have Auy cause to feel badly Are the Large number of Farmers who sold out their crops at one Dollar per Bushel. Thousands of bushels of wheat were shipped from this Section since last Harvest at the above figure. When wheat failed. J. Ii. South Side merchant yesterday indulged in some reminisce Leucis Vouco Ruig wheat which will be Suro to interest on readers. La he fir6t place or. Kase deplored the practice of shipping away such Large quantities of wheat As a general failure of the crop the succeeding year might leave the Community with Cut any Grain. In thib connection he adverted to a total failure of tiie wheat crop in 1862, when a wheat famine ensued. Or. Kase was then a Young Man living on a farm. He recalled that in one Large Field his father used forty bushels As seed and so marked was the failure that on harvesting and threshing the crop he had but Twenty bushels of Grain and that Quot vastly inferior in Quality to the seed sown. Every Farmers experience was the same. Throughout the entire country there seemed to be no wheat. Corn meal and Rye and buckwheat flour became a substitute for wheat. For months among the Farmers buckwheat cakes were a steady diet being served three times a Day. The general failure of the wheat crop or. Kas it it said was due to the ravages of the tred Weevil a pest much dreaded by wheat raisers in those Days. It is singular that in recent years Otie hears hut Little of the Weevil while Huici it thing As a general fail ure of the wheat crop has been unknown for a score or More of years or. Kasoga timid to is inclined to attribute the Good or fair yield of wheat to the use of modern fertilizers which produce a vigorous and sturdy growth and cause the Grain to Ripen uniformly thereby resisting Tho attack of insects. Foley a Honey and tar is a safeguard against serious results from Spring colds which inflame the lungs and Dot Zelop into pneumonia. Avoid counterfeits by insisting upon having the genuine Foley Honey and tar. Which contains no harmful drugs. For Sale by Paules amp cons. Pharmacy. Excited Over robberies. Justice of the peace j. W. Gearhart of Mayberry township transacted business at the court House monday. Or. Gearhart a 19-year-old son Geo. A. Gearhart who has been very ill of Puen Mousia for some weeks past is slightly convalescent. Or. Gearhart states that there is a feeling of deep disquietude an Ong the residents of Mayberry township and adjacent localities Over the recent robberies. The residents he save have about come to the conclusion that the band of miscreants belong to that Community and consequently Quot now where robberies May be the most easily effected and the Best haul May be made. Dada plot forestry of Lehigh. From someone whose name is not Given Lehigh University at South b to a hem has received funds with to Stab life a department of a is \. R acres near the institution v i i it once devoted to the Cultivar i ill the Ini Portan t native species of , and shrubbery in North am the another Story by Charles Hajor. The author of a when Knigt Hhd was in Flowers and those a Uncle thu Andy Bill a stories Lias attempted to do for German liter Vanve what he did for English literature in his a a Knighthood a volume. The Story is called the a Margrave of sewed a Quot and will be printed in the sunday edition of the Philadelph a press la serial form the first Chai a u to api earing Mav 16th. Tin Margrave and other characters Are historic the. Of Frederick the great. Young Frederick and his favorite sister pric. A Wilhelmina figure too Scricc of sly. I v throughout if you to in police department is confronted with a dark mystery. Evidently a foul plot Wah hatched to destroy the Borough Bastile which fortunately failed. One of the Borough employees a few Days ago detected a Golious can of gasoline snugly hidden away under the lock up. The vessel a common Coal Oil Cau was full and the spout was corked shut to prevent evaporation. There is no conclusive evidence that the gasoline was placed under the floor for the purpose of destroying the uni Diug. At die same time the police can not bring themselves to believe that it was secreted there fur any Good purpose. Tiie View is taken that no persons who wished to destroy the building would want to be seen near the spot with gasoline on the night of tiie fire. It would be policy to have the inflammable stir secreted on tiie spot ready for use when wanted. It is not improbable that the would be incendiary on reaching Tho spot with the gasoline discovered that the Bastile was occupied and decided to secrete the fluid and delay the fire until the building should be empty. Again the thought suggests itself that there May have been a still More diabolical plot and that the fire was delayed for the purpose of causing a holocaust. If Fuoua of tiie above theories Are Correct the police during the next Tew Days expect to hear an explanation of How the gasoline came to be secreted under the building. Assessor of Mayberry township the county commissioners at a regular meeting on saturday appointed William e Bird assessor of Mayberry township vice to. W. . Or. Vastire is unable to perform the duties of the office owing to ill health. The county commissioners took up the matter of painting the corridor of the court House to conform with the other part of the building now in the decorator hands. It was decided to await the arrival of o. Day Rudy the contractor and Seo what the Cost of the improvement would be. If the work does not add too much to the sex Peuse the paid thug will be ordered done. Meanwhile the county commissioners will have the upper panel removed from the door at the Western end of Din corridor and a plate Glam inserted. This will admit much More Light and along with a coat of paint on the Walls would make the corridor now prison like and gloomy As cheerful and attractive As any other part of the building. Tennis club if you have backache and urinary troubles you should take Foley s kidney remedy to strengthen and build up the kidneys so they will act properly As a serious kidney trouble Mav develop. For Sale by Paules amp cons. Pharmacy. Suicide at Catawissa a shocking suicide occurred at Cata Wissa sunday morning when calved Keller an employee of the p. Amp k. Railway company threw himself under a passing train and was instantly killed. The terrible affair occurred at 7 30 of clock directly in front of the p. Amp r. Depot. Galvin Keller is brakeman and extra conductor on tiie p. Amp r. Switcher which com s to Danville daily. As extra conductor he frequently has i Barge of the switcher and is Well known in this City. The Only witness to the suicide was a seven year old boy. A freight train which runs from West Milton to Tara qua was passing at that moment. Keller who resided on Railroad Street near the station ran out onto the Railroad and grasping tiie Iron Rod along Side of one of the cars swung Hiu isell underneath dropping upon the rail. At the same instant the wheels passed Over him severing both and cutting tiie body nearly in two de Atli was instantaneous. The suicide leaves a wife Aud two Small children. He was despondent tiie shocking affair cast a gloom Over the entire town and was the principal theme of conversation sunday. We often wonder How any person can he persuaded into taking anything Bur Foley v Honey Aud tar for coughs colds and lung trouble. Do not be fooled into accepting a own make or other substitutes. The genuine contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package. Sale by Paules amp goes. Pharmacy. Reward for fold burglars. Sheriff taby of Northumberland county will pay a Reward for tie arrest Aud conviction of the parties who on thursday night entered the Home of j. Madison bought near Elysburg Aud at the Point of revolvers commanded him to get out of bed Aud open a Safe which contained $30. Besides offering this Reward the Northumberland county authorities Are doing All in their Power to bring the guilty parties to Justice. La Theopiliou of Manv residents of Elysburg Ami surroundings there is an organized gang of desperadoes operating in that Vicinity. During the past two Mouths two robberies one att wept at robbery and two mysterious barn fires have occurred. Friday night the barn of Obidiah labout three Miles East of Ely was destroyed by origin a mystery. Oue week ago the f George Harvey a Short distort. Of the town burned from a Iii Iowa canse. About three ago the store of Larvey Kase Ata Wae to of Creed and robbed. Otie Ync ii i i. The purpose will he to i a Nis of forestry not ouly Lutfi to the tis frus Burgh i enter tie de by mrs indignant selves to lie id Oes should Jar nos c. Kyan departs this life. Jamer g. Kyau a resident of the third Ward died at his Home no. 19 West outer Street at 7 30 of clock saturday morning. Tho deceased was an old time Iron worker widely known and esteemed among the workmen of the big Mill where he was employed for May years. He was a native of Ireland but came to this country forty years ago. Eight years ago the deceased fell Down stairs fracturing his Skull. He never quite fully recovered from the effects although he was Able to be about and seemed to enjoy life he was take seriously ill on thursday Aud was obliged to take his bed growing steadily worse until the end occurred. The deceased was sixty five years of age. He was a widower his wife dying Twenty four years Ngo. Two sous a Matthew and Fred survive along wit i three daughters mrs. Edward Graham and misses Mary and Lizzie All of tills City. Patrick Ryan of this City and mrs. Dennis Murphy of Riverside Are brother and sister of the deceased. The Tennis club of this City Lias enlarged its ground on West Market Street Aud will install two More courts. Owing to the growing popularity of Tenuis a very interesting Heason is looked Forward to. The club which has eighteen members held its list meeting last week when it was decided to Purchase an additional tract of sixty feet adjoining its grounds. The Grade is already established on the new portion Aud tie work of leveling off is in Progress. Tho members of Tho club who Are doing the work find themselves handicapped by the loss of the wheelbarrows Aud tools belonging to Tho club which Piave mysteriously disappeared and which a diligent search thus far has failed to discover. A movement is on foot looking to the formation of a Tennis league embracing Danville Bloomsburg Berwick. Lewisburg Sunbury Selins Grove. It. Gauriel and Ashland. Sun Bury and seining Rove trams have combined Ami have erected a Tine club Bouse at rolling Green Park. Shamokin and it. Carmel have Fine quarters at Maysville. Danville does not intend to be left behind As is revealed by ten additional ground purchased Aud new courts installed. The local club desires to get More Young men and boys interested in Tenuis and it has been decided that boys shall have the privilege of using the courts under certain conditions. Of souvenirs during the Spring every Oue would to benefited by taking Foley s kidney remedy. It furnishes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra Strain of Winter and it purifies the blood by Quot Stim Latiuk the kidneys and causing them to eliminate the impurities from it. Foley s kidney remedy imparts new life Aud vigor. Pleasant to take. For Sale by Paules amp goes. Pharmacy. Death of mrs. Isaac Saul. Mrs. Isaac Saul a widely known resident of Derry township died saturday morning at her Home near Strawberry Ridge of congestion of the lungs following a attack of tie Grippe. The deceased was aged 63 years. 10 months and 25 Days. She waa a member of the Washin Touville m. E. I Church Aud a woman highly esteemed by All who knew her. She is survived by her husband Aud daughter mrs. William resides at Home. The following brother and Sisters survive John Johns i of Limestone township miss Milton and mrs. Gross Grove. Of Mcewensville. At the Jacobs Homestead in this City May be seen a most interesting collection of articles which Ensign Randall Jacobs has collected during his cruise around the world with the great american Fleet. Every country that the Fleet toadies at Soems to be represented. Probably the most interesting is the vast collection of coins from the different countries. Among the most striking pieces Are a japanese Penny 190-re is piece from Brazil Worth 3 clots of our Money a chinese Silver Dollar the size of the american Dol Lar. But Only valued at Oue half As much a japanese 10 cent piece a peruvian 5 cent piece Aud a five rupees note of Oey Lou. Next in interest Are four Murgui Wicent Ostrich plumes directly from the Ostrich farm of Australia. No More Beautiful specimens were prob Afify Ever seen. Among other things is a souvenir badge consisting of the american Aud japanese flags ingeniously intertwined which was presented by Admiral Togo on the occasion of a Garden party which he tendered the officers of Tho american Fleet in Japan. Conspicuous among the More interesting things is a souvenir program bound in silk relating to tie reception in China. Following is the menu As copied from the program a a Birds ue6t soup shark s fins Aud crab Roe rolled Floii oysters mushrooms Aud Bamboo shoots Fried Dock s liver Aud giblets i hang Chang chop sni Quot. In the collection May he seen costly Silks from Ludia woolens from Chili picturesque looking Kimono from Japan draw work from Trinidad and China. Tiie bilks from the latter country Are especially Beautiful. There is Bibo Sandal Wood boxes from India and hand painted Post cards from China. In Ludia the gift to each officer was a five proud Box of Tea cultivated on tiie Island of Ceylon. Ensign Jacobs also brought wit i him a Large Quantity of other Choice teas tiie like of which is never found on Sale in our stores. The Fine collection during tiie last Cut u be of Days has been viewed by no y people. Do you get up with a lame Back kidney trouble makes you miserable. Almost everyone knows of or. Kilmer s Swa Uip Root the great kidney liver and bladder remedy be a cause of its remark a Able health restoring i properties. Swamp a Root fulfils almost pc every wish in Over a a coming rheumatism Al pain in the Back kid i 1 Neys liver bladder is Jami every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or Beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the Day and to get up Many times during the night. Swamp Root is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been thoroughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special arrangement Lias been made by which All readers of this paper Olio have not already tried it May have a Sample bottle sent free by mail also a Book telling More about swamp Root and Bow to find out if you have kid Ney or bladder trouble. When writing mention Reading this generous j offer in this paper and Ujj Send your address to or. Kilmer amp co., Quot no me ura7mp-Hoou Binghamton n. The regular fifty cent and one Dollar size bottles Are sold Hyall druggists. Don t make any mistake but remember the name. Swamp Root or. Kilmer a swamp Root and the address Binghamton a. Y., every bottle. Damp Milr qty funeral of William in Moe Nix the remains of William ii. Phoenix whose death occurred in Philadelphia arrived at this City on the 7 85 Penn Sylvania train yesterday morning. Interment took place in the of id Fellows cemetery. The funeral took place from the residence of Coonly Young step father of the deceased Ash 2 of clock yesterday afternoon. The services were conducted by the Rev. Or. Smith and the Rev. Or. Garner. The pall bearers were As follows Leroy Williams w. A. Barton. George Anderson g. W. Johnson augustas Jones Harry Jones Samuel Jones Aud Thomas Jordan. Cia Vii two Fine a shows yesterday Rion Ster Jig saw Puzzle. The largest Jig saw seen in Dauville is on display in the win Dow of Jacobs upper store. The Puzzle is the property of Arthur h. Woolley who had the Puzzle out from a Large picture and Olio then put tie pieces together. The picture itself and the work done on it Are both very artistic Ami it makes a sight Well Worth seeing. It contains 800 pieces. No less than 136 divorce cases were scheduled for a hearing in the Allegheny county court this week role a Cut nor. Pieret j Nativo Abo own the i the other Sidi workmanship Inorg order of Council he Borough authorities begin to a. That persons who maintain Ash tip and Tho like in the alleys Coury to the ordinance Are very slow carrying out the order of Council cited at its last meeting to the Eft that persons maintaining such a Wanees should be obliged to remove in forthwith up to the present the Street com is Ioner fails to see where Many have be the least tiling toward cleaning the alleys. Council will take Furr action at its next meeting. Are. Delong was a woman widely known in Dan Viilo and Washington Viilu having made extended visits of numerous occasions at the Delong country Homo at Tho latter place. Her charming personality and May lovable traits had endeared her to a wide Circle of friends to whom tiie news of her death came As a most severe Shock. The deceased is survived by three children Blanche Dorothy Aud Charles. A j Aud will Abo be Etui Niue at the i i Erity to Pennsylvania. A e in i Lector Wiio saw the find stated la i Genu Ine the Coin will be Worth at $3000. Col at if least r cd a a 1 it wiil i a its earlier one of the largest funerals Hazleton has seen for some time was that of Elias of Tubman chief of the City fire department for Twenty six years. Pupil on the Adams. William Van Horn of the nautical school ship Adams arrived in this City saturday for a visit with or. Aud mrs d. C. Williams. When near the Island of Trinidad it will be recalled he met wit i an Accident on shipboard la which he lost Bis thumb. Barring this injury to is in very Good health Aud is Well pleased with life in the Navy. To Venu Ltd. Finh 0.1_ 1 l w l. A u Titi in the lingering i. I r those of longstanding of by blooding from h l. S performed it most . D., of Ben mod. Co Pogo Chicago says of Gly a i Gnu it ebb in h a Crof excellent purpose a Quot i 1 h tax. In i Pithy of the . Of by in urn in Soli a a it u one of tin Best manufacture. Up Tsofi Tho present time in Liv net Ion n i a , disordered Stotyn a is especially if there is ulceration or cat. Ii ill Ga-11 is car real Hilla Lunation of a Ina i it is a i it i full Clint preparation Lily Crane will relieve Many can s of Prosis heartburn and excessive gastric stomach Quot Golden medical discovery Quot enriches and . The elem curing blotches pimples eruptions so Romulous swellings and old so Rea. Or ulc Orv Send to or. It. V Pierce of Buffalo n. A for fret Booklet telling All about the native tried. Insi roots Tomix Cong this wonder us Medicine. The. Re u i of alcohol la 1l the Oahu Lucy Keiffer company gave two file performances at lie opera House yesterday to Good sized midweek audiences. The members of the company have shown themselves to be most versatile performers who Are equally acceptable in Auy Otti e May different purls assigned to them. East evening miss Keiffer appeared As the countess of Lynn in the English society play. A eau old Many a darling�?T her acting in tiie part was far above tin Ordinary and a number of exquisite gowns were worn to miss Keiffer Aud other members of the company. Tonight the in Pauy will offer for the first time in Dauville the sensational mormon drama in find acts a a Utah a or a the mormon s daughter�?T Titis is said to lie Oue of the Best i plays of the company a repertoire t Morrow night will be Given Marie Cor rpm lib a famous Romance As a special attraction tomorrow night the Oompaul will offer three Cash prizes for the. Three Best amateurs in Danville. All persons wishing to Euter this contest Are requested to leave their names at Tho Box office. Pleasant birthday party. A pleasant party was Field monday in Honor of the birthday of Wellington Mcdonald at Tho Home of his outs of Cooper Street those present were Mises Nellie Burns ii in Foust Margaret Hui h jul a Aipuu Werlau Bertha Wray Meda Kramer Mary Deibert. Florence Messer. Gertrude buckles. Jennie Hae j Beaver Ken incr Ralph Weides i. A a Usall r wer Al Walker. George Werle or. mis. R. A. Sower fumes charge. H. A. Sowers of sue Willi i g. A. I s r t ? the grand Union Tea company Satore. This cite ass Tui 1 Churg litre i week. Or. Maiers will leave to a Row to take charge f the grand u j Ion store in Dubois. Or. Sowers is v untried Man Iii tamil will Folio. Him to Dauville latter. Notice. Next sunday apr. Isih Rcv. U. S 1 Thomas of Taylor a. Will preach a i in Tho Welsh Baptist Church Spruce Street. In the morning at 10 30 in Welsh and at 3 p. In. In eur Glosli. All Are cordially invited. He u. 8. Government in its a Ore food Law does not a a in Dorset 0 guarantee any preparation As so be manufacturers in 1 r would make it appear. In the can of medicines the Law provides to at certain drugs shall he mentioned of the labels if they Are ingredients of the preparations. Ely scream Balm 1 the Well known family remedy for. Cold in tie head Hay fever Aud Nisai Catarrh does no to contain a single in furious drug so the makers have a simply to print fact that it complies fully wit ii All the requirements of the a. Elks officers were installed the annual ceremony of the installation of officers of Danville Lodge no 754, b. P. O. Elks took place monday evening when the officers for the ensuing year were installed by fast exalted ruler w. W. Unlock. The officers installed were As follows exalted ruler Charles h. Sny Der esteemed leading Knight William Elleu Hogen esteemed Loyal Knight j. K. M. Carry esteemed lecturing Knight Charles g. A loud Secretary Edward Purpur treasurer w. A. Rogers tiler j. Beaver Gearhart trustee for three years William a a Pursel representative to grand Lodge at los Angeles a. O. Arue Sabuty alternate. W. W. Zulick. Danville Lodge no. 754, b. P. O. Elks is in a very flourishing condition and is accounted Oue of the largest Aud most enthusiastic bodies of elks in the state. Or. F. G Fritts Oneonta. N. Y., writes Little girl we or Iti it a cited he taking Foley s orb a i hive i think it is the to Quot Edy for Coustie Patio us a liver in he Foley Borino Lux arh Bart for women and Ciul a a n air i , pleasant and effective and s a Jjo it a id spi in i Dicius a 11 cd. Us a f a 9 Paul Lisiy. Iai Nej near pottsgrove. Miss Emily Voris very pleasantly entertain i at Bur Homo near Potts Rove Friday Evenin. There were about Twenty Yuang people in Tho party mostly from this City. present were m cases Jess in Kir Nerer Margaret Evan Bertha Kase Catharine Yastine Elsie Moor Mae books Florence Price of Dauville m. A a Mollia Heman. Of Auu Apolis. Marv land mis Sara Fasolt of Sunbury and my do Lacche Schirr of i Henry Edwin Moore. Robert Jacobs Myron b to. Eim Rcharles a. Hart William l. Mccoy h. R. Mcclure. E. Harsbarger. Randall Jacobs Cut Philip Irey of Lewisburg. Eight tons foe Eveet person one half the total population of the United states Lias Access to the privileges of transportation afforded by the Pennsylvania Railroad company according to the annual a record of transportation Linea a issued saturday by the maintenance of Way depart neut of the system. The total population of tie United states january 1, 1909, according to the estimates of the governors of the several states was 89,770,126,Aud that of the states through which lines of the Peru Sylvania ran 44,936,522�?almost exactly half the total this pamphlet also shows that on december 31, 1908, the Pennsylvania Railroad controlled a total of 11,235.81 Miles of line and 28,977.41 Miles of tracks. Reports compiled by the company show that daring 1908 the Pennsylvania Railroad carried 142,676,779 passengers an average of Over three trips for every inhabitant of the states through which it9 lines run. Like Wise during the year the company handled 334,429,541 tons of freight Over its 23,977.41 mile of track an average of nearly eight tons to every person living in tiie states it serves. During tiie year the various companies also carried 3,551,861,095 pass Eugein one Miles which Means that the company carried a average of 316.098 passengers Over every mile of its Liue. The total freight conveyed one mile aggregated 29,353,934,199 ton.-, or an average of 26,216,319 tons passing Over every mile of Tho company a line. Of the total trackage of the system. 11,089.76 Miles Are East of Pittsburg Aud Erie while 9,887.65 run West of to Ion a Points. During 1908 the total trackage Ini leased -105 Miles while the 155 Miles were added to the total mileage. The systems lines now Hare 3,326 Miles of double track 781 Railes of triple track while for 564 Miles fear tracks have been Laid. There Are also s,065 Miles of sidings owned by the various companies. How a 7 his. We offers Oue la nudged dollars Reward for Auy cd be of Catarrh that ran not he Oure i by Halls Catarrh Oare. 1 l of Enki amp of Tol do o. We in undersigned Lave known f i Chev Foi rite last 15 years and believe him i or Fearly honorable in a i i business transactions Aud financially Able to Cany out a Yin obligations made by his line. Walding. K inn an amp Marvin wholesale druggists t ddn o. Halls Catarrh cure is taken inter daily acting i upon the blood. Mrs a it tem. L in Mem Inis sent free. Price per hot it uld Ball druggists. A a la. I s i a Unity pills for const Pat a rib. Died of hydrophobia in Lubic rot a construction gang on the West pen Railroad died in mercy Hospital Pittsburg a few nights ago for hydrophobia the result of a bite by a dog which was supposed to be dead at the moment the fatal bite was give u. The animal bad leu shot and Cassidy meant to i k t up and Bury it when in Scupp b. Inflicting a slight t i a a to attention Pui v be we re i i later the Man died. Assistant postmaster George f. P. Wager. Of Pottstown. I a just come into pisses Don of a r watch made in Eug Laud in 1780 Lor great grand father a Iam pile. O ii. I on a farm in North Cost utry township Chester futility now owned by c. Marshall. Notice. All members of the Kirn Baptist congregation Are urge ully requested to be present at the to Ruig service next sunday apr. 18th, a there will be a special business meeting at the close for the purpose of calling a pastor. W. G. Reese or. He Olio is faithful in Little things will soon have a larger place. Cloes not co or the hair Ingri Bunth of Ayer a hair v Igor Sulphur. Destroy germs that cause Dandruff and falling hair. Cures rashes and eruptions o Scalp. Glycerine. Soothing Healing. Food to the hair bulb. Quinin. A Strong tonic Antiseptic stimulant. Sodium caloric. Cleansing quiets Zirri Taxon of Scalp. Capsicum. Increases activity of glands. Sage. Stimulant tonic. Domestic remedy of High Merit. Alcohol. Stimulant Antiseptic water. Perfume. Show this formula to your doctor. Ask him if there is a single injurious ingredient. Ask him if he thinks Ayers hair vigor As made from this formula is the Best preparation you could use for falling hair or for Dandruff. Let him decide. He knows. A. Atka comi at. A Zwoll. My a a

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