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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - April 22, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaMenean vol. 55�?no 1c�Danville pa., thursday. April 22, 1909 established in 185� do. Irvino h. Jennings a Dini office hour a. A. To 12 m. 1 p. Of. To i p. Ai. Iou atm tit., Danville a. P Nii Ultz n 425 Mill st., , a. Diseases of the stomach Anil intestines a specially items condensed. Frank Carey once a prosperous contractor in Philadelphia died in an obscure lodging House in that City on thursday friendless and Slone the victim of dissipation. Five your old Mathilda Pittsburg tried to Ruu across the Street ahead of a South Highland car about 10 o clock we tin seday night but was caught by the car and crushed to death. A investigation into the mysterious robbery at the colonial club s Headquarters in Pottstown two weeks ago when All the furniture was taken has resulted in the return of the goods. The knights of Columbus of Wilkes Barre Are about to erect a statue of Columbus in the Public Square at that place. It will Cost $10,000 and will be one of the finest in that part of the state. Mrs. Hetty p. Patterson who died recently at her Home in Philadelphia at the age of 102 years left 0,000 to the Western theological Seminary of the pre6byteiiau Church at Allegheny for the endowment of three scholarships. The heirs of the so called Sitler Fortune in Bavaria estimated to amount of $200,000,000.held a meeting in York the other Day and chipped in sufficient Money to Send a representative to Bavaria to look into the fact. When Peter italian contractor of a Black hand letter commanding him to put $300 in a certain place or he would be killed he complied. Officers stationed near the spot arrested William Carean Joseph new and Robert Moore. The Phoenixville authorities have taken drastic measures to recover water rent that is due the Borough and already three levies on personal property have been made by the tax collector. The people of Luzerne county Are agitating the proposition of establishing an Industrial Home for the Benefit of the county s incorrigible children. The county now pays the state $14,-u00 a year for the support of 168 in Corri Giles. The mystery surrounding the disappearance february 16 of William swi Hart a wealthy Farmer of the Southern end of Washington county was cleared up last saturday when his body was found floating on the Waters of ten mile Creek. A had been shot and thrown into the water. The 3-year-old child of Jeremiah Black Glen Rock tumbled backward into a vessel of hot water and was so badly scalded that it died a few hours afterwards. A dispatch from Wilkes Barre declares that the a mine workers of the Anthracite Region Are largely opposed to a strike. They do not think the times Are propitious for the first time in the history of the order the grand Council of the Royal Arcanum of Pennsylvania will be held in Philadelphia this year. It will hold its session May 12-13. The mysterious mrs. Boyle who is in jail at Mercer charged with helping to Knap Willie Whitla has waived a hearing for her appearance at court. The Case will go to the grand jury this week. Numerous candidates Are being mentioned in connection with the Republican nominations for audit or general state treasurer Ami in sties of the supreme court. The matter is All in the air yet. The state convention will meet june 16. The forty eighth annul reception of the first defenders association at Pottsville last saturday was attended by Only Twenty live of the 110 survivors. It is proposed to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary in Washington d. C., two years hence. Fire of unknown origin destroyed the store room and residence of Clement Nugent at Berwick saturday morning entailing a heavy loss. The fire preceded the sheriff a few hours As the property had been advertised for Sale at 3 o clock that afternoon. J. Horace Mcfarland president of the american civic association Lias been saying pretty things about Harrisburg. He declares that she bus 660 acres of serviceable Parks for the people not Flower gardens and magnificent drives Miles of streets have been Well paved the sewer system Lias been revised and sewage intercepted from greeks running through the pity filter i a furnished in unlimited big i. 0.0. F. Dry ii Yeti after several months of the hardest kind of work the local committee in charge of the preparation for the meeting in Danville on tuesday april 27th, of the Pennsylvania Odd Fellows association to observe the Ninetieth anniversary of the founding of the first Lodge in America have about completed the arrangements for the big event. All indications sustain the belief of the committee that the occasion will afford the biggest Day in the town s history. The Section of the state embraced by the association includes Mon tour Lycoming Union Clinton Snyder Blair Schuylkill Dauphin a a Vav Columbia Sullivan and Northum Berland and about 200 lodges encamp meets cantons and lodges of re Heck As Are members of the Assoni Tiou. On the Day of the convention it is estimated there will be Between 13,000 and 20,000 visitors in this City. C 15 bands in line the Parade will he the big feature of the event. The pageant will he divided into 6ix divisions under the leadership at or. Jno. Sweisfort a chief marshal. There will in All to 15 bands in line of March As follows Catawissa Berwick bergers Millville. Newbury Shn Mckin Sunbury Northumberland Milton. Montgom Ery Muncy Exchange. Orangeville aug the Washington Hose co drum corps at the closing of the Parade the bands will be massed and March up Mill Street under the leadership of Charles e. Smith conductor of the Catawissa baud. Formation of Parade the Parade will form in column of four at 1 30 p. M. At the ringing of the court Honse Bell and will move promptly at 2 p. In. At the ringing of the Bell at the Continental Hose House. The formation of the add will be As follows escort Coli Tauy of twelfth regiment n. O. P. Chief marshal. J. Sweisfort chief of staff Thomas j. Vincent aides. W. G. Lentz Shamokin c. F. Greevy Williamsport Samuel o. Davis lock have w. H. Pensyl or. Carmel. American Flag. Band patriarchs militant major general j. B. Andrews and staff. Fourth regiment second brigade. Patriarchs Vii taut commanded by colonel w. H Kies accompanied by staff. Detached cantons from oth a regiments will term in line with fourth regiment first division a marshal John l. Miller Banbury aides Jeremiah t. Fisher. Danville Harry e. Walton Berwick Hurley Benfield Danville. Composed of lodges and encampments from Lycoming. Bradford Blair Aud Clin Toti comi ties. Second division marshal w h Hacke Sherg Milton aides c. V. A Merman. Danville r. G. Philips Bloo Lusburg j. C Foust Danville. Composed of lodges Aud encampments from Northumberland. Union Snyder and Center counties. Third . P. Wotier a Williamsport Seidel. Danville Fred Eves Millville Elmer Striler. Dauville. Composed of lodges Aud encampments from Columbia Center. Tinga Sullivan. Dauphin and Montour counties Aud members or lodges not otherwise provided for. Automobiles and carriages grand Lodge officers grand Encampment officers and aged Odd Fellows. Route of Parade the route of Parade will be As follows Bloom Street to Ash to Center to Nassau to front to Mill counter marching on North Mill Street. Up Mill Street the bands will be massed. The Parade will be dismissed at the court House. Public exercises. At the dismissal of the Parade the following program will be observed in front of the court House if the weather is favourable a and in the opera Bouse if the weather is unfavourable address of a. Ames Bury. Chief Burgess. Address by grand master. Christian w. Myers. Anniversary address Rev. H 11. Hart. Past grand master. Events of the order a special session of the grand Lodge will he held in the Odd Fellows Hall at 7 30 p. A for the purpose of admitting past grands. A Lodge of in str Fotiou for third degree members will be held at 8.15 p. M. The association meeting will be held in the morning at 10 45. Headquarters. The association officers grand Lodge officers Ami the chief marshal will make Headquarters at the City hotel. Grand Encampment officers at the Baldy House. Patriarchs militant at the Montour House. I 1 the fire fund committee held a meeting Friday evening to perfect arrangements for tag Day which will be held in the 27th int. Go saturday the tags 10,000 in number arrived at Dan Vilie. The next thing in order is the appointment of the sub committees to circulate among the crowd Aud tag the Public on april 27th. Which appointment will be made by the Central committee consisting of mrs. T. J. Price mrs. A. M. Leniger mrs. W. L. Sidler Aud mrs. Edward Purpur. First of All. The residents of Dan Vito. As Well As the strangers within our Gates on Odd Fellows Day May As Well make up their minds that they Are going to Wear a tag of april 27th. For the privilege of which they will make a contribution to the fund for the firemen s convention to be held Here in june. The sub committees appointed to do the tagging will to composed of win using and aggressive Young ladies who will circulate in every part of town. While some Are meeting tie trains others will be at work on the streets. Every person not wearing a tag will be approached and let no one delude himself with the idea that in will escape. That tag is going to to in Steed to the Lapel of his coat and he is going to the Price which although a voluntary contribution will not be any too Small if the girl with the tag can prevent it. Not until practically everyone in town is tagged will the canvass be abandoned. George m. West general manager of the Standard electric Light company has courteously tendered the use of his office in the Brown building to the committee on tag Day. It will he used As a Headquarters for the Central and sub committees. The subcommittees or a taggers a will be appointed during today and tomorrow. Meanwhile boxes for receiving the Money Are being prepared. These will each be provided with a Slot for receiving the Coin. The boxes will be tightly sealed and will not be opened until after the Day is Over and the count is made. No charge will be Given to the person paying for a tag As those who do the tagging Are not supposed to have any Money ont bide of what is dropped into the Box. It is believed that the proceeds of tag Day will be Large. A session of court was held on saturday morning with ids hour judge Evans and associates Lenand welliver on the Bench. A Large attendance was attracted by the Case of William Kelly a petition for whose release from jail was pre seated at the previous session. Due to absence of gliomas o. Welsh attorney for the prisoner the cabe was not argued. Upon promising to comply with the order of court paving his wife four doll Ais per week for her support Kelly was permitted to go in his own in one Hundred dollars judge Evans reminded Kelly that in Case he fails to live up to his Promise As tiap peed last Winter he will again be brought into court on a Bench warrant Aud that in All probability it will be months or years before his Case will be take up again during which Uncertain interval he will be obliged to live on bread Aud water. Corporation dissolved. The petition of John ii Goeser company tor dissolute of was presented at a previous session of Coart. Judge Evans on saturday made an order granting the prayer of the Petitioner and decreeing that the corporation John ii. Goeser company be dissolved the order to go into effect when a certified copy of the decree is filed and recorded in the office of the Secretary of the . Bonds approved. Roads of tax receivers were approved As follows Charles e. Voris Danville Ambrose love. Anthony township t. M. Wintersteen West Hemlock township Elmer e. Renn. Valley township William e. Boyer Liberty township Samuel Schneur Limestone township Charles a. Shultz Mayberry township Alonzo Manser Cooper township. The session of court occupied about two hours. The matter of paving East Market Street came to the surface again Friday eve. The matter was discussed at great length when it was decided that As a prerequisite to entering upon the work it would be necessary to come to some definite understanding with the Danville Aud Sunbury transit com puny which will have to Bear a part of the Cost. It was decided to take no Turt Lier action until the Council is further enlightened on several intricate Points involved. A committee from the school Hoard consisting of Jacob Fischer w. J. Burns and Jacob you Bloshu appeared before Council to Call attention to bad drainage at the school House on Welsh Hill which threatens to undermine the foundation of that building or. Fischer explained conditions which he averred were caused by surface water. Messes. Lies and Jones Aud Street commissioner Keefer expressed themselves on the subject inclining to the belief that the damage in great measure is caused by water which drains from the roof. On motion of or. Pursel the matter was left in the hands of the committee of streets and to act in con Juu Tiou with the building committee of the school Hoard adjusting the mat ter to the satisfaction of both bodies. Of motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that a new crossing tie placed Over the Alley opening of Pine Street Between the Ware Ami Goeser properties just North of Bloom Street. Of motion of or. Jones it was ordered that the Street commissioner be instructed to place a course of Limestone of Wall Street Between the d. L. A amp w. Railroad Aud Fairview cemetery which was described in a very bad condition. It was ordered that the repairs be made at once. Burgess Atnes Bury called the attention of Council to the practice of Rigi Piug ashes Aud garbage Over the River Bank below nest Market Street which is in violation of the Borough ordinance. On motion it was ordered that the policemen be instructed to look into the matter mud to make arrests if further violations recur. On motion of or. Deutsch it was ordered that repairs be placed on the. Drain near the office of the Reading Iron company of Northumberland Street. Pipe will he sunk. Of motion of or. Pursel it was ordered Ali or property owners on the North Side of West Mahoning Street whose pavements Are Low and in bad condition be notified to make repairs. On motion of or. Deutsch it was ordered that to insure better fire Protection a six Inch water Maiu be Laid on West Mahoning Street below Chest nut Street displacing the pipe of smaller dimensions at present in service. A new lire plug will be installed in connection with the new Maiu. Of motion of or. Curry it was ordered that mrs. Abigail Fenstermacher. Lower Mulberry Street he granted permission to connect with Joseph Smith s sewer of the terms which she proposes. Of motion of or. Everhart it was ordered that sewer connection he established with the properties of w. W welliver and or. J. L. Evans of East m thoning strop t on motion of or. Everhart it was ordered that the several tire companies of the Borough be paid their quarterly appropriation. Or. Lies called attention to the need of More Light of Railroad Street be tween the i. I. Amp w. Railroad Aud the 1. Amp r. Depot. Of motion the matter was referred to the committee on Light for investigation. President Andrew a Clitz presided at the meeting. Other members were present As follows messes Cleaver lies Jones. Everhart. Deutsch Marshall. Curry. Cou Holley von Blohn Pursel. Chief Burgess Amesbury was also present at the meeting. The following Bills were approved for payment Borough Dep t. Regular employees. $117.50 Frank sch Onui. ��14.70 Jacob Reeds sons. 16.00 m. Lilley amp co. 4.50 Peoples Coal Yard. 7 60 James Gibson f 13.00 Walker and Kepler. 31.06 j. H. Cole 2.44 Atlantic ref. Co. 26.55 labor and hauling. 272.34 welliver How. Co. 21.85 d. L amp w. R. R. Co127.24 j. H. Cole. 2.16 t. L. Evans amp sons. 1 .68 water depot. Regular employees. $157.66 steam line at water works 351.43 Friendship fire co. 10.16 Peoples Coaly Ard. 61,91 j. H. Cole. 2.15 Danville f by amp machine co., 1.65 p. Amp r Coal and Iron co.,. 161.40 p. H. Foust. 24 60 labor in water dep�?Tt.,. 15.75 Small stands being licensed 1 the Borough Conneil held a special meeting monday for the purpose of taking action on some matters pertaining to Electrio Light decorations for the Odd Fellows anniversary As Well As for the transaction of other business. President Andrew a Clitz explained that the meeting had been called at the suggestion of chief Burgees Arnes Bury who was desirous that electric Light enter into the decorations of Odd Fellows Day. It should a explained that the 0.1 d Fellows have abandoned the idea of erecting an Arch for their anniversary having decided that stringers with Vari coloured electric Light bulbs placed across the Street would be More effective. Oue of the principal things to be determined last night was whether or not Council would be willing to furnish the err but As the Borough s contribution to the decorations for the occasion. The proposition was to place say eight stringers across Mill Street Between the River Bridge and Center streets each Stringer containing approximately Twenty lamps or about 160 in All. Electrician Smith who was present estimated the Cost of the decorations including the wire globes Aud sockets at about $110. Of this Cost forty dollars will be paid by the Odd Fellows. A committee of whom were present at the meeting. The plan is to permit the stringers with the Vari coloured re Naiu in position until after the six Donn to firemen s convention and that the dec orations be turned of on the latter occasion As Well As of Odd Fellows Day an i the night of memorial Day. On Morion of or. Oleaver it was ordered that the stringers with the Vari coloured Light be installed on Mill Street As recommended by the chief Burgess also that the Borough electrician be instructed to Goon with the work in conjunction with tie Council magic committee on Light. Watchman sworn in. Of motion of or. Marshall it was ordered that Adam Hornberger he employed to labor in the Park under the supervision of the Street commissioner also that he tie sworn in As special policeman so As to to better prepay to maintain Good order about the Park. The following Memoir were present at the meeting Oshatz Oleaver. Pursel. Lies. Datusch Marshall an i von Blohn. Chief Burgess Amesbury was also present. Market on next nonday the stringers Borough electrician Newton Smith assisted by a Force of labourers yesterday began the work of placing the stringers Over Mill Street that Are to enter into the scheme of decorations for the Odd Fellows anniversary. The intention is if possible to have the different coloured electric Light bulbs Strung Over the Street at intervals and All the connections made by saturday night when the Light will be turned on the decoration by Way of trial. Obviously there was not a moment bin the floor Lav to lose. After the special meeting of empty. Council monday night when it was an investigation showed that the decided to use municipal Light for dec burglars had carried a chair from the oration the wires,&c., necessary were porch at the rear of the House around immediately ordered. The material a to the Side of the building under the Rived by express Early yesterday morn Hay window above described. It so happened that of tuesday night the there will be eight stringers in All window was nut fastened Down and placed across Mill Street Between the All the robbers had to do was to mount River Bridge and space Street. The residence of Thomas j. Price. East Market Street was entered by burglars on tuesday night. Story of the House was ransacked but the miscreants were evidently fright ened away before they secured any Booty. When the family arose yesterday morning they were amazed to find the lower Sash in the Bay window next to the residence of f. W. Howe raised to its fall height. Drawers were open and the contents turned Topsy to nov. Three pocketbooks. The first Stringer supported on two High poles was placed opposite the residence of Horace c. Bine. The sockets Are attached to the wire in their proper places Aud everything is completed with the exception of screw ing on the Vari coloured bulbs which have not yet arrived. Additional stringers will be placed along Mill Street As follows Between Market and Mahoning streets Between the chair raise the crawl into the House. Once inside they entered upon the search for valuables examining All the drawers of the sideboard that could be opened. Not finding anything that they cared to carry off they a proceeded to the adjoining room where they examined the drawers and found three pocketbooks which mrs. Price in confident contained no Money. The pocket books after being opened were thrown Mahoning Street and canal in front of on the floor by the burglars. How pity j. F Tooley s store Nuh further they went is not known but not a single article so far As known was carried off. In leaving the House the Rob Herb passed out through the window leaving the lower Sash raised. The chair Obud. Yesterday morn ing was found where standing Over by the Side of or. Between lower Mulberry Street and Bloom Street Between Bloom Aud Center Street Between Center and Spruce streets. Each of these stringers will contain Twenty lights with the exception of the one Between lower Mulberry Ami Bloom streets. Owing to the greater Width of t Ltd Street some forty lights will he required. The decoration on the buildings along Mil Street Are showing up exceeding Fine. In the opera House Aud the elks building especially they Aib Superb. The decorators Are the busiest men in town. Almost As by magic during yesterday building after building donned its Gaudy attire of red White Aud Blue and by last evening the Long Street presented to the Eye a Vista of Rich dazzling colors. The combined effect of these decor Tiona and the different coloured electric Light bulbs will no doubt surpass ail Howe a residence where it was presumably carried by the burglars with the intention of using it to Force a Entrance at that dwelling. Farther than this however they evidently made no attempt to break into the Howe residence. Or. Price states that in his opinion the burglars wer the merest novices. Oue of the drawers in which Tho family kept its solid Silver was locked. No attempt was made to open this drawer a fact which would seem to indicate that the pious Breakers were not professionals or. Price s dog was in the cellar tuesday night. It is altogether Likely Ype. To nations and will lil rally end ant he detected that something nuns the Eye with its Beauty. Everyone Al was going of and made More or will look Forward with keen anti Cipa Eph noise because of it. It Sal Mcgeth Tion to saturday night when if the work be completed the Light will turned of for a few hours at least. Arduous labor is usually the Price of in Ahng Success. William Duffy a Liu Esiau in the employ of the Bell Telephone company had an Odd experience on saturday lieu to was about to make an inspection of a switch Box in Prospect Park Chester. Sparrows had built a nest in the Box and when Duffy started to investigate they flew at him and he was forced to beat a Retreat with the blood streaming from several places in his face where he had been pecked by the Birds. A great Deal of space has already been engaged on Mill Street for next tuesday by persons who wish to erect stands for the Sale of novelties peanuts amp a. The License run from $2.50 to s3.00 according As the applicant is a resident or non resident of town. The number of persons applying for space is surprising revealing the Fine Opportunity afforded dealers with Small capital for turning an honest Penny on the occasion. Mrs. Rhoda Lovell aged 80 years Aud a widow was robbed of $10,000 on Friday night which Money she carried in a leather treasure Belt. She lived in a tent along the Lancaster Pike and it was not until sunday that she reported her Yohb to the Bryn mawr police. The Beloti fixation of the state Cape Tol grounds is a worthy project. The Farmers who dispose of their produce in Danville Are being informed this week of the important fact that owing to Tho Odd Fellows anniversary there will to no Curbstone Maik it on tuesday of next week but that Market will be held on the Day pie Vious april 26th. The Market master is very anxious that the above fact be brought to the attention of All those who attend the curb Stone Market. Market wagons will not be permitted upon Mill Street tuesday and it would be unfortunate if persons were to drive into town Only to discover that there is no Market. It is equally important that our townspeople remember All about the change otherwise there will he no purchasers of baud monday when the Farmers drive into Market. Monday should not make a bad Market dry especially in the present Lustro be when it occurs on the eve of one of the biggest of carious that Danville Lias seen in a brisk Dennaud for All the Staples Aud Many of the delicacies beside. No ads no business. A nervous looking Man went into a store the other Day and sat for l Alfau hour or so when a clerk asked him if there was anything lie of nil do for him. He said no lie did no to want any thing. The clerk went away Aud the stranger sat a hour or so longer when the proprietor wont to him and asked if to did no to want to to shown anything. said the nervous Little Man a i just wanted to sit around. My physician has recommended quiet to me and says above All thiug9 i should avoid being in a crowd. Noticing that you do not advertise in the Home paper 1 thought this would be a quiet a place a i could find to i just dropped in for a few hours. A is 1 in comes on the Reading or Likely that Tho miscreants were frightened off. None of the family there is no was of hour of the night tic de. Was aroused Aud telling at Eliut House was enter the committee from the Shamokin lodges of Odd Fellows met with to h proper official of the Reading railway monday evening and completed arrangements for a special train to Danville of anniversary Day which will be celebrated in the Montour county seat town next tuesday. The special train will 6tart from or. Carmel reaching Shatokin in time to leave there at 7 30 o clock Sharp. It will arrive in Danville at 6 30 of clock thus giving those who attend the entire Day in Danville the train not leaving Danville until ten o clock in the evening. The fare for the round trip will be seventy eight cents. The committee also decided to engage a your band to go with Theiu and head the Shamokin marchers in the dispatch. Again before Pardon Board a locomotive left standing in the local Yard at Butler last saturday night was run ont on the Road a distance of a mile and left standing on a curve by unknown parties. The supposition is that this was done to wreck a passenger train on the West Penn. The engine was located and taken Back to the Butler Yard. Messes. Charles Lawrence Aud h. F. Lawrence of Sunbury. Trauma it Ted business in Dauville yesterday. Harry Riverside was a Sunbury visitor yesterday mrs. Marvin Street spent yesterday with friends in Sun Bruy. Mrs. Ii. P. Cotner of Washington Ville left yesterday on a business trip to Hickory Corners. Miss Beulah Mills front Street spent yesterday with friends in Sunbury. Mrs. Frank Trumbower of Wilkes Barre. Is visiting at the Homo of mrs s. Trumbower. East Market Street. Miss Anna Udelho Feii Vine Street left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Harrisburg. Joseph Ulmer who in Derwent treatment in the University Hospital Philadelphia returned to his Home in this City yesterday morning. William c. Johnston Esq. Of Bloomsburg transacted business in Danville yesterday Harrisburg. April 21 the Board of pardons began if9 regular meeting at the supreme court room today the regular March meet ing having been Post Pond d until today. Owing to the absence of Lieuter ant governor Morphy argument on All of the first degree murder cases for the first time of the Calendar was postponed until May As it is the Rule of the Board not to hear argument in such cases unless a foil Board is present. The Board heard Tho petition of several murderers for a rehearing. Clarence hath of Shamokin Aud j. H. Mcdevitt of Northumberland appeared As counsel for Staney Marcavitch the Polander convicted at Sunbury of the murder of an old Cobbler Uear Sha Niokian two years ago. Marcavich Lias been once refused commutation but 1 in coup sell claim that if he is granted a rehearing and the Case postponed for a some time they Hope to get the real murderer of the old Cobbler. District attorney Deibler of Northumberland was present to ask that the Case by held under advisement if a rehearing is granted. Kept wedding secret 7 months procrastination is a very evil and dangerous habit. It will be a great Surprise today to the Many friends in Danville of Frank m. Girton and miss Eliazbeth Fischer daughter of or. And mrs. Jacob Fischer North Mill learn that the Young couple were married of tile first of october 1608. During the interim since the marriage the matter has been kept a close secret Only the immediate families having been informed of the marriage. Mrs. Girton will leave today to join her husband at Charlotte. North Carolina where he is employed. Smedley Earhart. Charles f. Smedley and mrs. Sophia Gearhart were married last evening by Rev. Jos. E. Guy at the Shiloh reformed parsonage. The contracting parties were attended by Fred Wendel or. And mrs. Mary Sigler

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