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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaBorne Pajer. A for hie Home 1 he circulation it it a this paper is increasing rapidly la a ill Page my to advertise in the Amk Kincan a a a o subscription $1 per year in i Kim. Ii ii Anim i is i state Library. It this country will never he entirely free until it supplies allot its own Ziemand Switki its own of. A i i . Pa., thursday. Pious Tell woo. Established in 1855 Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner. Joi printing fall kinds and description r 1la i Mil a u i i. I /., Al Mill in As ii i k. I a a it lit u la Luuy Slin is a i til v a Jimh a Silt sews. Get rid to of tin san Loso scale. Hale tour a di�1 i Ion it week is on. The neglected a Liilie is almost certain Ira but Xii an a tilt menace to the state grown not a have almost is hilarious tines Tittus vacation seasons As the to s Ami Ari re the Sec groan he a use one off the Best Kik Wii la to steer in a in was Tiu Rael to it the iiiiiih1 Friday morning. He in a a i a ii stand who to Rte its his a Ift a sons no rally As in did Liis swe ten Art i i Aiem county Farmers smiles Are unusually they say they Are Psi i it in their happiness by the extraordinary size of the apples in their a hards and their Good tasting a dial it work a in the trolley line Between slut Nokia and Treverton is being a mailed w Ith great rigor and it is expected that he tin Middle of August the car will 1� running lie tween the two Pic a a a the Pottsville kept Halican asserts there i a Hockl Elperry Trust in that Vii a into. Ami a a a in Plains that tin Price Las Lieen needlessly increase i from 10 of a but a ij1. Cents a quart tin average Tanner is probably not aware of the fact that an average mule be 11s for $10 a la Ltd More than horses. Such is the a ase. And tie Price has the a gradually rising fair a Numier a of years. Then has never Lieen w hat would be Calle 1 an overproduction of mul -. While the Market a softer by a in unable to fully Supply the demand. I be Trees at several Points throughout tin sect in ill lie Gill to show the effects a if tin locusts the Emils of the him no Les am the Ltd a dying and tin la present a Brown and so rap a a Wraase it unlike foliage at autumn. Daring a seven storm Philip Nace a Farmer residing a Arseline give was a a Lou it to tin Gnu uus a by tin re of of i i am tailing on him i1� was seven la Jun a i and is in a serious condition. I one Soui etim a wonders Why a Young a it Quot w How an dance of a or hours on a sweltering night from sunday a tour la going la a Ause a of tin Lieut Grant us l u h through an attack a if top Toul of a a a r eleven years ago 11 Hal a wife Ami family living at Shat Mikius. Returned to his Homo sat inlay Ami make array Ign ments to Tak it it. Family to Ali Irujo when lie now reside Fps a s. Nuit4in dispatch says that John in Lambert a Ifko user Valley shot min a Hal Rupp. 15 years old. While Rupp was picking apples in our of his tree Lambert was am Tel a and the la a win Lias fifteen Buckshot m his body was taken to a Hospital i to in t i tears escape i hmm the Packer Luitel Tunkl Bannock a iut a if them attacking Itka a a a Koth. The knt him Down tearing his leg men Aram w Ith pitchforks drove the tier away. Hoth was taken to a Hospital in Wilkes Barry for treat me it a St Joseph to Indian. A am a Gas re Sidoo a liar Al with Leing a trunk Ami a disorderly was fined a a a Ami Given Oue hour Ami Twenty three minutes Fri get out of town which so no a that Missouri jul age it an Well up in the Law Tlle re Ort a if tie Forest and geological Survey shows that i to. In i Coon feet off mum i Timber Ami 121, so inn Loinal feet of sawed Timur an usm1 Iii the Anthracite mines. Patrick Gallagher. Of Ciji Orvi lie Hutor county was so affect Al by see aug a pm kill Al he the try do a car a in which he was a passenger that he swooned a and Del not revive of a or an Igor Liat projected City improvements not lie May a the Ltd Lister Young Molly a t or Isamii association offer its property to the municipality for $�,<#10 los than it oat an exhibition of i in Pride Aini self sacrifice that Imu id have a gym 1 Effey i us Iii other of tiers of pro Yerty along the Hue of is effected. Oliver Dewey 8parr of Pottsville was a aught under the wheel of a train at Shamokin monday the right he mid Arm Leing so imply crashed that amputation was in necessary and Phy Ai tans have us i Hoie for his recovery. General Grants explanation that the regular troops Are at mount Gretna for work Ami not for play pleas the people tie red Cross Headquarters in Lancaster which we re Oji Eliod or the receipt contributions for the Relief of san Francisco earthquake sufferers a re Cly a sed to ties Lay tie total con thu Titus Anil a not cd a to $15,000 for the fir to time since it was built Feu years age i the Austin pass a and pulp Mill. Potter county has Hoen duped tie Caus a if insufficient water Roo a Erate the machinery and several hum red men Are temporarily Lille. The Republican county convention was bold in the a a a my House this City in the proceedings were Ali roughly Haring Ivious Ami business like and the session which began at 10 to closed before 12 of clock with All the business satisfactorily disposed of. Ltd amid acts were so Lect a for All tie Ltd of fico a with the exception of state senator which was left in the hands of tin county committee to lie filled later on. The convention was called to order Holt a a Unity chairman John k. Roberts. Samuel Mills was chosen chairman of the convention. William v. Oglesby Ami tie dote r. Angle were elected secretaries s. A Roll Call of delegates re veal a the following As present Anthony township a. K. Stead Anil d. A. Cox. Co outer township�?1charles Ris Liel. Derry township Jonathan mow Rev Danville first Ward w. V. Of the fifteen imm Rcd feet of Paragon i lose purchased of the Eureka Hose company which was found to leak at some of the joints after being Over hauled by an expert were re tested last night with the most Gratifying results each of the couplings proving absolutely water tight. As stated yesterday morning a. L. Pinner the expert sen there by Jane s Boyd and Brothers agents Lor the Eureka Hose discovered that the trouble Lay in the washers inserted in some of tin couplings and proceeded at once to replace the defective ones with new. By last evening lie had tin work completed and was read for the final test by seven o clock a Good sized crowd Harl assembled at the water works to witness the trial. In the number by but for the prompt action of an on j miss Elizabeth Coddens of Phi la j the Danville Bloomsburg trolley a i. R in stopping freight train Mon Delphia is visiting at the Home a of her company today will Start out after a Day it would have fallen to our lot to chronicle one of tin most shocking accidents that has occurred in this Section in a Long time. As the Empire freight West hound was proc Diug from the d. L. A Vav. Depot toward Mill Street bystanders were amazed and horrified to see a Man a a badly intoxicated that he cd old hardly walk just East of ferry Street stagger on the track As the locomotive was almost upon him. He succeeded in getting across and tin bystanders had hardly time to Grandf Atlidor William m. West Mahoning Street. Mrs. Elizabeth Hester of Imi Laih a phia is a guest at the Homo of Theo do ire f. Moyer Mill Street. Mrs. A. If. N. Walker and daughter Mary returned saturday evening from a trip to Philadelphia and at Lytic Ltd Ity. John Bird of Pittsburg spent sunday at tin Home of his Mother mrs. Margaret Bird East Market Street. A. W. Stephens Orchard inspector representing the state department of Coddens. 1 lot of youngsters who Are in the habit zoology who began work in this it of placing stones and other Small obstacles on the trolley track. In Many cases it is True there May be nothing malicious in the act and those guilty May to influenced merely by curiosity to see How the car will get Over the obstacle. But at the same time the fact must not be lost sight of that such i thoughtlessness May derail a car which at the very least Means a delay a and is Apt to cause fright Imo Tig the passengers even if it does not result miss Margaret Alaban of Milton i in i damaged car and injury to the of breathe a sigh of Relief when the spent sunday in this City As a guest at cup ants. Drunken Man who proved to Walter a the Home of or and mrs. George a. The nuisance has been going on for a a reds a Rupp math a a lash for Tom moving train with the evident intention of jumping one of i in cars. As sides Jacob Dietz and a. Angle of the Council manic comm tree on fire Hll in Between the ears lodging a then were present George Kocher against the bumpers. People averted Ross Iuan. Pine Street. Rome time and general manager Mill Walter Raver of Philadelphia is j in a is determined that it has to Stop visiting his father Rev. G. W. Raver forthwith. Last night he stated that the first person found placing anything upon the track will be severely dealt might he sex i acted he missed his Viohl i Ash Street. Lloyd Paxton bar or of go ruin by and tie Oil a re r. Angh. Second j chief of the fire department Borough their faces As it seemed impossible that Secretary Harry Patton As Well As Sci eral Counci Luien and leading firemen. When the Hose was Esteil the first t inn the Borough fire Onglim was pm Bedea and Samuel m ius third Ward Edward v. Stroll and. F. Young fourth Ward Thompson Jenkins. Liberty township a. W. Burns Ami John Stahl. Limestone township a. L. Anderson. Mahoning township e. E White and w. W. Diehl Valley township William Gething and Jesse con w a. West if Mihick township Lliran Handel. Washington Vilies a f. Zelitt. May Larry township a. E. Bird and William Fahrin or. �>1 prevailed and it was decided the nominations a. To quickly Llesi Onse Quot i"1 Elf a a a no w v. , Esq. In a vory Noat to to Hose t fr01&Quot a Luk a la less a a resented a tin name of Hon. C. F i. Evans Trio in sont incumbent of the uni Quot a Quot r Quot fkr it f a it Rupp con id 08ca e being ground to death under the wheels. He owes his deliverance however to flu Quick action and heroism id As the or risk it ii fellow Stag nearly two Hundred gered Cartiss the track in front of the consensus of opinion engine tin Man at tin Throat 1� instant ploy Eil nud the Hose was Esteil under inv Quot men a pressure of a a 1 pounds. The among the fireman was that such a Tan Cousley grass a it in the situation. Divin heavy pressure was not to be desired Uig what would occur next be kept his As it subjected the Lionso to a Strain o Quot a i Knpp and when he saw him More than double what it would he make a dash for the train and fall in called upon to Bear in actual service and it was a question whether or not although it stood the test if might not he somewhat the worse for tin enormous pressure. East evening Wise Coutino to the new Hose was attached to the office As candidate for president judge. He stated that probably never in the history a it the Twenty sixth judicial District has been afforded the Republican party a More promising Opportunity of electing one of its members to the High position of the Bench than the present. He dwelt very effectively non the exp client impression that judge Evans Lias created since occupying the Bench. Upon his Sterling integrity his unblemished character his High standing in the Community and his a Solus fitness in All respects for tin position. In nominating judge Evans or Oglesby moved that he he Given tin a Moor to choose his own conferees. Or. Oglesby a tuition was a Liiv seconded and Hon. Ltd. A. Evans was unanimously chosen As the Nomi new for president judge. Hon. E. A. Samuel was endorsed by Montour i county As candid Lato for Eon Gross in the sixteen Ali District with mgt wer to choose Liis own conferees. Or. Samuel was nominated by Shi Iii i Mills with a Brief address railing at to non to the splendid re Cord of the Presil tit Congress and declaring that during the two years just ending our congressional District has Lieen More Ahl a pro sent a than for a Nui Uhi r a if irs in tin past that Ltd Samuel has accomplished More definite work that lie has proven a True Friend a if tin Soldier and has a Forin cd his duties with not fear or favor. Hon. E a. Sammy a a nomination was made unanimous by the Eon vent Ion. Vav e. Defiling in a highly comply uni Itaev address nominated James Scarlet for the office a if state senator. He alluded with great satisfy Etiopi to i tin fact that Little Montour can Lay claim to k ssh using one of the leading Republican lawyers in the state of Pennsylvania that or Scarlet recently brought Forward As a candidate for state senator is a Man who has never sought a political a Ioir. There is no lawyer in Central w Hose re pita tip n for Honor Anil integrity stands higher than that of James Scarlet if a a lid not belive that the a a ii atrial District would make a Wiser a Hou my a if moved that or Scarlet he nominated for the Ollice of state Sonmor with pow r to choose his own conferees. T chairman Mills explained that or Scarlet did not wish to go Lief re tin convention on motion of t. Vav. Bedea it was Decio Iell that the Noinin Tiou for state senator in left in the hands of the a a Uii Ity committee until a later a late. E. E. White placed the name of Ralph kit us a in icon ignation for tin office of am Melv railing attention to the record tor efficiency and a Economy w hich in made while representing the a a Copie a f Montour county in the office of distr ii t attorney also to his ability As a lawyer and a speaker to his integrity it it in rage and manliness. Lie was held up As neither a time server nor a Grafter and a Man who would go to the legislature with tin purest Pur a Sise and would serve the party and item ply a with courage and Fidelity. On motion of or. Bedea or. Kisner was unanimously Nainiu Arteil Vav f Zeliff of washing Oriville placed to in a name of Charles a Wagner i so fore the Eon vent Ion As a candidate for associate judge. Or Wagner lie Aid had the respect of All the citizens of the county and was a Man who if elected would bring Grace and dignity to the Bench and an air of fairness and Justice that wild in in strict keeping with flu rightful a i Avion of the judiciary. Or. Wagner was unanimously nominated for Suriff the names of i it. Ltd Vav i 1 continued on Page 4 i Between the cars he was in a position a to act promptly and in did what would j have been impossible under any other circumstances and that was to Stop a the freight which was rolling Long at regulation Speed literally on the spot i before the Drunken Man got under tin wheels. All at the same moment however. John Albee almost jeopardizing his of n life was on rupps heels Ory streets and in two Parn led lines and laying hold of him dragged him carried Down tin River seven Hundred it from Between the ears at almost and fifty feet. Councilman John e Russell took charge of the plug and a turned the water Oil and off As desired. The pressure was run up to about a Hundred pounds which is consider ably More than is usually brought to play during a lire by the time a a very thing was properly adjusted along tin entire line of Hose there was not the same moment that tin train Stop the sudden manner in which the heavy freight was brought to a standstill proved quite All object lesson to Many person it. The humane instinct of the Engineer and the extremes to which in went to avoid Accident made him quite a hero in tin Eves of the least sign of a leak at the couplings or people the Man too w to dragged is Eliere. Rupp out from Between the cars cause a. L. Dinner the expert sent hereby James Boyd and Brothers was precut during the test. Incidentally lie gave our Coit Iciline some valuable 1 pointers concerning the Quality and Itlie treatment of Hose which will no doubt prove of much value. Or bin i Ner made it very Plain that tin Mere fact that How May he Seldom used is a no reason Why it should last any longer. In fact he averred that there should he a limit to the time when Hose Slioch he permitted to hang Idle that Hose in this was is Apt to he affected with w hat is called a dry rot a to preserve the Hose he recommended that when intervals of nine months or More occur in which there Are no fires the Hose should he taken Down filled with water and replaced in tin Tower. In for his share of applause. The i Ginger a a name was Robert Felling or. Town is visiting at the Home of or. B. Newbaker West Mahoning Street. Edward books of Sault Ste Marie Canada is visiting his Mother mrs. Ltd. S. Books West Mahoning Street. Miss Sarah Voris of Bott Grove is the guest of miss Ida Gallagher Ltd Imrch Street. W. Haydn Woodside returned saturday evening from a very pleasant ten Days sojourn in Atlantic City and . Dick Ames mry of Wilkes Barre a a a lit sunday with his grandmother mrs. Maria ame Berv Bloom Street. Mrs. We. Kemp of Dorchester Virginia is visiting her parents or. And mrs. I a. Be sing. East Centre Street. With. Although some of these offenders Are very Small children it does not alter the Case As the parents who Are supposed to control their children will be held strictly responsible for their acts. Or. Miller states that 110 part of the line is exempt from the nuisance but that the placing of stones on the rails most frequently occurs in East Danville. Awakened by burglars. At an Early hour monday morning burglars operating with All the cleverness of Veteran cracks men entered the Home of George Deibert Toby run. The thieves were come yelled to hurriedly escape without any plunder when they were discovered by mrs. Deibert. The burglars gained an Entrance to the Deibert Home through a window by first removing one of the panes of misses Elizabeth and Esther Magill to Ion raising tie Sash Are visiting at Morristown a. .i., and j mrs. Deibert is ill with a Lien it new York. At Stu and both she and her husband for fast running. To lib Borough of Danville yesterday proceeded against tin d. E a w. Railroad company for running it trains through tin Borough at a greater rate of Saieed than eight Miles an hour which is the limit set by the Borough ordinance. The d. E. Amp w. Engineers the officers claim make it a practice of ignoring the s eed limit and of running through town at any rate that seems to suit their convenience. This charge is made against freight As Well As passenger to Trio offending trains have been Tii Nofi officers and the present action is upon the rate of Speed established by the test which is said to have been nearer thirty Miles than eight Miles an hour. It was decided yesterday morning to bring action against the i. E. Amp a. Company for trespass. Summons were served on the company through George w. Egg Ort station agent As the local representative. The summons Calls for appearance before Justice of the Beaco Oglesby on tuesday. August 7th, at id sustained a broken l Imp. Mrs. John front Street had the misfortune to break her leg Friday and As a consequence will be confined to her Home for some weeks. During East Friday Forenoon Seth freeze was engaged in hauling ties. Several ladies among whom was mrs. Forney decided to ride along with or. Freeze 011 one of his trips. They mounted tin Wagon and had a pleasant time until arriving at a spot near the Gas House at the Hospital for the 1 insane where the horse took fright. The animal became unmanageable a Ami began to Hack tin Wagon Down a Over the Bank. At this juncture the ladies became greatly alarmed and 1� Gan to jump a a it of the Wagon. Mrs. Forney As she alighted on the ground fell striking her right Lime against a Rock and fracturing tin bom below the knee. The unfortunate Accident brought the Outing to an abrupt end my. Forney was placed upon the Wagon and brought Hack to in a Home or. 11 ins Hilmond the family Phu Ian. Was called who set the broken Horn excursions camping parties Ami picnics now have the right of Way death of mrs. Zeisler. Or irme a Quot i it by Trio wife of Rah i Joseph Zeider. Departed this life at t Al of clock monday evening. The deceased was in her forty seventh year and was an invalid for Twenty years. She was afflicted with heart trough and during the last five years of her life her sufferings were at times most intense she was a woman of refined character Ami Sweet disposition who Bon her suffering with remark Able fortitude. Kind and considerate she seemed to care less for herself than for the and the welfare of loved ones around her. It was with tin Hope that tin change would prove hrs eff Cial to Liis wife that Rah i Zyi i r left the crowded metro Polis of new York and cast his lot in Danville. It was not decreed How Ever that mrs. Zeisler should recover and when it became apparent that the hop a if improvement Here would not be realized the family determined on another change it Albi Zeisler tendered his resignation As rabbi of the by Nai Zion congregation and was cast ing about for another charge when the death of his wife occurred. The a hath of mrs. Zeisler took place 011 tin Twenty seventh anniversary of her marriage she was born Ami wedded in Hilda pc Styli Hungary. For Twenty six years along with her husband she lived in America. As Lur condition became More grave and the a a my approached she conceived a great 1 dread a if being left a whim when the family moves away. The thought of such a separation was painful to the entire household Ami it was decided that the next change made should be the last one that tin location should be is old selected and that there or in nearby localities the entire household should locate to this favored spot along with the family it was decided the body of the deceased wife should be moved. Gonso cd with this Assurance mrs. Zeisler passed away. There Are several local it is under consideration and in a few Days the family will do a Ido where its future Home is to be. The moving will take place in two weeks time. The deceased beside her husband is survived by two sons and two Haugli ters Eugene Ziesler he. D., and or. Cornelius a it the misses Flor once Ami Pauline Zeisler. The two sons who reside in new York arrived a in Danville tue so Lay in response to i tin news of Thi in Ino thei s death. Or. Ami mrs. Warren Miller has r�1-turned to Philadelphia after a visit at the Home of the former a parents or. And mrs. Robert Miller ferry Street. Miss Anna Diehl of Chester is the Guy St of miss Florence Voris a Rand Street. John Youngman of Peoria Illinois is visiting at the Home of his brother m. A. Youngman. Bloom Street. Miss Helen irl Atul who is taking a corns in trained nursing at the Medico Ltd Birtir tical Hospital in Lii Adelphia arrived last evening for a visit at the Home of her sister. Mrs. W. W. Wel liver East Mahoning Street. Miss Olive Mills of lock Haven is a guest at the Home of or. And mrs. Ammon a Quot is a a Logout Street. M iss Mary Kruni left yesterday for a visit with friends in Orange new Jersey. Hon. W. K. Holloway and miss Mary Holloway will leave today fora sojourn at Eake Winola. Miss Carrie Horton and miss Jennie Viewig clerks in Emerick a store spent last evening in Sunbury. Miss Bortlik Miller of Harrisburg returned Home Yeste Nlay after a visit with or and mrs j. B. Wyant this City. J or. And mrs. J. S. Prout and Daugh ter of Wiconisco arrived in this City yesterday for a visit with friends. Miss Emma Miller of Williamsport i is visiting at the Home of mrs. Lames a a Tuik Shatik ferry Street. Paul Latinan arrived last evening from Coatesville for a visit at Ilie Homo of his parents or. Ami mrs. 1 Irvin Vannan West Market str it. Miss Bertha Kramer of a Olivesburg arrived last evening for a visit with relatives in this City. Miss Maud Freese of Berwick is the guest of miss Emeline Lyon. Irvin Yunnan returned last evening from a business trip to new York. Or. And mrs. A. L. Coddens of washing Oriville and or. And mrs. I. B. Coddens of this City will leave this morning to take in the old Home week Celebration at Hazleton. Miss Helen Deen left yesterday fora visit with friends at Harvey a Lake. Mrs. Walter Russell and miss Eliza he Ali Russell spent Yeste Nlay with friends at Catawissa sleep 011 to lib first floor. The first intimation that the Diehert had that ten in Home was being invaded was w Hen mrs. Die Beric was awakened by the flashing of a dark lantern in her face. She awoke with a Start and could discern by the dim Light of an Oil lamp that was burning in the room the shadowy forms of two ecu. She followed the first impulse that came to a her and screamed loudly for help. Her cries were All that was needed to put the burglars to rout. They fled precipitately. As they ran from the room either accidentally or with design they knocked the lamp from the table leaving the room in darkness and a confusion that gave them a few minutes Freedom from Pursuit which they took advantage of to make Good ten in escape. Con Rhes appointed i Hill. I Jam of a in a i m i in nov ii011 Ltd. Ltd. Evans of Borwick re Puhlin an candidate for president judge a a full in a i trait has named his conferees As follows Montour county to a James Scarlet m Seho Cli a a i Ninhia count it of it Issue John Millville Ami Jam Bloo Insburg. No i Ime has conference. I j it he e. Kreisler a Hristian. Of Brown of 1 set for the Black Snake killed in town. Considerable excitement was Occas signed in the Vicinity of front and Bine streets yesterday morning by the appear aug of a huge Black Snake in front of the resilience of Julius Heim. The reptile was first seen by mrs. Reese Edmondson who lives on tin opposite Corner from the Heim residence. The Snake then made its Way into the cellar of the Heim Home hiding in the Coal Hill. Eater it was a Lis lodged from this Refuge and killed by Jess Beaver with a stick. The Snake measured four and a half feet in i mirth. Returned from River trip. Prof. U. L. I Ord of this City and Ralph Weaver of Sli Amosiii have re turned to the latter place after a most delightful ten Days trip a Lown the Susquehanna River. Prof. Dorily and or. Weaver rowed a Lowll the Beautiful Stream to its Mouth taking seven Days to accomplish the trip they had Fine weather throughout the journey. They returned by rail. Summer congregations show a tend Eucy to dwindle in numbers. Report of local registrar. The report of the local registrar to the state Hoard of health for july constitutes a remarkably Good show Itig. Then has not been a single Case of typhoid fever. There was one Case of diphtheria and one of measles. During the month Twenty three deaths were reported. It it of this number eleven deaths occurred at the Hospital for the insane which properly should not he taken account of in connection with this District. Of the twelve deaths occurring outside the Hospital two were caused by consumption one by Shock one by appendicitis one by drowning. The remaining deaths mainly were due to complications incidental to old age. No deaths were caused by the so called strictly contagious diseases. The present it is True is a season of the year when the most healthful conditions prevail and doctors can Well afford to take a vacation. At the same time it would probably be difficult to recall a summer when a few cases of dreaded typhoid were not lurking about and the clean Hill of health in respect to this disease Given by the local registrar is therefore All the More Gratifying. The record is not As yet Complete As it relates to the number of births tor the past month. Well patronized 1 lie repair shop and garage belonging to will g. Brow ii is Well patronized in these Days of automobile aug. There is scarcely a Day or a night hut from three to four big machines Are housed with or. Brown while occasionally the entire space is occupied which Means that six machines Are cared for. Will is becoming a lending expert not Only in driving autos but in earing of a or them and keeping them in Good running order. It has come to he recognized that he fills an important Niche. There Are seven automobiles in Danville owned by w. W welliver t. J Brice w. G. . J. Baldy Fred Owen f. In Yau Nati and a. L. Longer. Lightning victim recovering. Jacob Frantz residing Between Muncy and hug Leesville the Young Man injured by lightning several weeks ago at which time his brother was killed is recovering. He is now Able to walk about. It was first thought he would he a he i Pless paralytic. Hut fortunately for the Young Man t l1 is a Quot to True. Forest fire damages the commissioners of Columbia county have decided to pay out $000 for Forest fire damages and Are ready to meet such Hills. The fire wardens of two of the townships have been paid and the Hills now on tile in the to hie beginning of last week Lias made discoveries relative to the prevalence of the sail Jose scale which Are Little Short of startling. Or. Stephens arrival and the object of Liis visit was set Forth in these columns in the Issue of july 24tli. The article lie says has proved quite a help to him turning the attention of the owners of Orchards to the san a lose scale and serving As an introduction to the inspector. Wherever he Lias appeared As a Rule to has found the fruit growers impressed with the importance of fighting the scale and ready to co operate with the state in the crusade be aug made. First of All our readers will be interested to know that the inspector has found the san Jose scale in the Borough of Danville infesting not Only fruit Trees but in a few instances Shade Trees As Well. The inspection in the Borough was not As sweeping and thorough As in the townships of the county where the inspector passes directly from farm to farm. There were Many places in Danville that he did not visit. At the same time there is no intention to Overlook the scale though found in town and if owners of Trees discover the pest and will drop or. Stephens a card the inspector will he glad to Call upon them and reuder All assistance possible. Besides work done in the Borough of Danville the Orchard inspector since arriving Here has confined Liis labors to Mahoning and Cooper townships principally in the Vicinity of Bloom Road. Just East of Danville he has found the scale to be alarmingly prevalent. At the White Church and Westward toward the Borough it is is estimated that the scale has been at work for five years. A very Largo percentage of the older Trees Are dead or dying and the pest even infests the Rose Bushes. Or. Diehl and his neighbors will enter upon a general crusade next fall. So firm has the scale gained that unless some Well sustained Effort is made to exterminate it in live years or. Stephens says one half of the Orchards of that Section will be dead. It is a singular fact that the prevalence of the scale is pretty general along the Bloom Road while farther Hack along the Hills it is rare or is not found at All. This is accounted for by the Fai t that the san lose scale was introduced with Young Trees shipped from nurseries that were infested. Obviously the More Remote farms were not visited by the fruit tree agents. In fighting the scale it is not necessary for fruit growers to invest in any of the More expensive and widely advertised compounds. They have a ready and inexpensive remedy at hand in the familiar Lime and Sulphur Wash which can be made at a Cost of two cuts per gallon. Nothing better has been discovered and As a proof of its Effi Claucy or. Stephens relates that in e. G. Wertman a Orchard where a demonstration was made by or. Brinkerhoff last fall the pest is practically exterminated. Nowhere on any of or. Wertman a Trees where the Lime and Sulphur Wash was applied can or. Stephens find any of the scale remaining while on a single tree near the House accidentally overlooked by the demonstrator the scale still exists. The inspector in turn will visit each of the townships of the county. For each premises inspected he fills out a Rex it to h. A. Surface a state zoologist giving the name Aud address of the owner or tenant the number Aud kind of Trees whether Young or bearing whether or not insects have been found when How often Aud with what material the Orchard has been treated for san Jose scale. Townships should help. Commenting upon the recent announcement of the state Highway com missioner that so Many Miles of Road Are now7 under contract or completed in various parts of the state that the entire amount appropriated to the counties affected until june 1 Dot has been consumed the Washington observer remarks that a it is evident that the sentiment for Perm aunt Road improvement has increased wonderfully luring tin a last few years. And it will continue to grow. The sentiment will undoubtedly result in a far More Liberal state appropriation. And the progressive counties and townships of the Commonwealth Are going ahead for themselves where they Are Able and supplementing the work of the state. This is the Only Way whereby the people will be Able to get Many Miles of grim 1 roads in this graveyard a nest of snakes. James ease who is occupied in cutting the weeds and tall grass in the old cemetery opposite the Grove pres by Ferian Church finds the old grave Yard a nest of snakes. Yeste Nlay in the course of his work be killed a number of reptiles. Yester a Lav afternoon lie dispatched monster 5 foot Copper head with his scythe. Library trustee. F. A a. Schoch Lias been elected a trustee of the Thomas Beaver free Library from the Bine Street lutheran Church to fill the vacancy caused by commissioners office will be promptly so to death of Captain Joseph h. John paid. Tou. An adjourned session of court was held tuesday Forenoon with president judge c. C. Evans and associates Frank g. Bloe and Charles a. Wagner on the Bench. The principal business Lief re court was the disposal of the Case of Daniel Caudy the Hoy who at the May term of court was placed in the hands of the chief of Violice As probation officer who last week pleaded guilty of stealing a sum of Money and was placed in the custody of the sheriff to await action of the court. The Hoy was in court seated beside tin sheriff inside the rail. Immediately behind him in the seats devoted to spectators sat the boys father Aud Mother. His Honor judge Evans in taking up the matter stated that he had received a letter from the Young Mau from whom the Hoy had stolen the Money pleading for clemency stating that to did not wish to recover the Money and that he would rather that the Hoy would not be sent away. The court however made the following order a Commonwealth is. Daniel Candy. I11 the court of Quarter sessions of Montour count a. No. 8 of May serious Hob. Charge entering in the daytime. May 28, 190b, a True Bill. May 28, Leiofi verdict guilty. A and now july 31, 190fi, the court sentences the defendant Daniel Caudy to he committed to the care Aud guardianship of the managers of the Philadelphia protector for boys at Pawling Pennsylvania there to be kept fed Aud clothed and treated As the Law directs Aud to stand committed until the sentence be complied with Aud further the order made May 1205,placing the defendant in the charge of probation officer is amended Aud revoked. The sheriff to conduct you thence within five Days from Date by the court Charles c. Evans. P. judge Evans spoke kindly to Young Candy explaining to him that he had hoped when he placed him in the bands of the probation officer that he would henceforth be a better boy. He now sincerely hoped that he would Reform and that when he leaves the institution at Pawling he will he altogether a different boy. William Kase West presented the petition of j. B. Buck for Transfer of License at the City hotel. The be Titius set Forth that in february Leiofi a License to retail wines spirituous malt and brewed liquors at no. 233 Mill Street was granted to John c. Moyer who owing to ill health agreed to sell out to the Petitioner provided the court would Transfer the License. W. L. Gouger being railed to the stand testified As to the applicants Good character Aud general fitness to conduct a hotel. A list of Niue teen signers in support of the petition was presented to the court. The Bond was approved and the License was transferred As prayed for. Ralph Kisner presented a petition of the official Board of the Thomas Beaver free Library setting Forth that owing to the death of Joseph h. Johnson of the Pine Street lutheran Church said Church was without representation in the Board of trustees of said Library the petitioners prayed the court to appoint f. G. Schoch of Pine Street lutheran to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Joseph h. Johnson. State is Quick pay. Adjutant general Stewart monday issued warrants aggregating #147,61 9.-22 for the pay of the troops of the National guard of Pennsylvania for Camp duty at Gettysburg last week. The warrants were transmitted Mou Uay night to the three brigade Headquarters from which they will be distributed to the colonels of regiments by whom they will be forwarded to the various company organizations. Warrants were issued for every organization in the guard with the exception of the first Philadelphia City troop Aud troop a of Philadelphia whose payrolls have not yet reached the department and by last evening every company warrant had Lieen made out and sent away. Rolls of All the other organizations were taken to Harrisburg saturday by general Stewart from Gettysburg Aud were compared and audited monday by his office Force after which the warrants were issued. The pay of the first brigade excl give of the two troops of cavalry aggregated $17,290.03 the second brigade $47.719.19, and the third brigade #52,690. This Breaks All records for prompt payment of the troops for duty at the division Encampment. It is expected that All the troops will receive their a May before saturday or within Oue week after the close of the Camp Jerry Fow Ler retaliates. The two warrants charging Jerry Fowler proprietor of the grand restaurant of Bloomsburg with Selling on sunday and with assault and Battery both of which were sworn out by John Edwards were served yesterday. Fowler waived a hearing and entered #7<h Hail for appearance at court. Fowler then swore out a warrant for Edwards on a charge of threaten ing and Edwards was also held for court by Squire Jacoby under bail of #200 which was furnished. Edwards and Fowler had been fast friends fur the past thirty ears and their violent fallout was a big Surprise to their acquaintances

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