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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 4, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 56�?no in Danville pa., thursday August 1. 1910 established in 1855 Tenis condensed. I listless locals lost to witness a worries into because lie is an important witness in an approaching murder trial in the courts of Luzerne county Koro Kavaous of West Berwick attempted to commit suicide by shooting himself but his boarding mistress wrested the revolver from his grasp and had him locked up. Prevent dual Lee Creasy and John Kinard of Bloomsburg saved the lives of Aden Mccloughan Ami Harry search both of Catawissa when they were swept into the deep water opposite the River Bridge while wading. They were in the last stages of drowning when the rescues were effected. Boasted too i am Good for another Day or two in the Harvest Field a a boasted Charles Shoup of Bangor an Active septuagenarian Aud civil War Veteran. Soon after he fell from a Load of Oats and fractured free ribs. Easily dislocated Joseph f. Evans a contractor of Norristown weighing nearly 300 pounds in turning suddenly in bed dislocated his shoulder. It required three doctors to readjust the joint at the Norristown Hospital. Horse visits Barber while a horse was being offered for Sale at a Bazaar on East main Street Norristown the animal dashed through a Barber shop window Aud 25 was lost on the Deal. At the time of the Accident $222.50 was bid for the horse. After the excitement attending the runaway was Over it was again offered Aud was bought for $ll�5.50. Stole Wellsboro thieves stole $100 Worth of roots from a Ginseng bed owned by mrs. Rumsey Willow of the late Orrin d. Ruu Isey beside practically destroying All the remaining plants. The Rumsey Ginseng bed was pronounced the finest in Northern Pennsylvania Aud mrs. Rumsey would soon have realized a Nice sum from it. Small pin paralyses. A William Bechtel a prominent hotel keeper of Nesquehoning had his entire left Side paralysed in a Peculiar manner. Lying on a Couch he was playing with his Little daughter when the Point of a Breastpin worn by the child penetrated his breast near the heart striking one of the nerves leading to the brain. Got the axe. A while Willie Thomas an eight year old son of Robert Thomas of Martin s Corner near West Chester was playing in a local Blacksmith shop with some other children a Little girl companion exclaimed a put your foot on that Block Aud i will Cut it Willie accepted this dare of the girl and placed his foot upon the Block when the girl wielded an axe and Cut off his toe. Bursting wheel l. Donmoyer of Lebanon was instantly killed by the bursting of a Flywheel. He discovered that the engine furnishing Power to his train of Rolls was running a a wild Aud rushed to shut off the steam Aud was doing so when the wheel burst into fragments. One of the flying pieces fractured his Skull wanted to be the Home of David Moser of Montour township Columbia county a Well dressed Young Man inquired if or. Moser would do him a favor. Inquiring its nature the latter was astounded to hear the Young Man reply a i want Yon to shoot me. A instead Moser turned him Over to physicians. He was cared for Aud held under restraint Aud later it was Learned that he was Charles Jacquel of had escaped several Days before from the care of the physician by whom in was being treated Ami who it is feared had fallen in a Misc breach. Dream of death several evenings ago mrs. Roso Bunnell of Conyngham dreamed that a Little spirit was hovering around her Pillow and when Sho reached for it it teemed to go higher and far out of her reach. The form was 11 a. T of Little Rose Bunnell Wilcox of n veil. Iter namesake Aud of whom a i a i by fond. The dream impressed mrs. Bunnell very much and Shole in it next Moinius that Sho remarked the next morning that she believed Little Rose was dead. Great was her Surprise upon receiving word of Trio death Roso having died the night of the dream. Deserted at altar miss Mary Shuman aged 21 years walked at the marriage altar and refused to marry Barnaba Herman of Altoona after they had obtained a License to wed. Their House had been furnished but the Balking Bride said her Mother thought she was too Yonng to wed. Ask heavy . And mrs. Oscar Mccorkle of Coatsville have instituted suit against the Borough officials to recover $3,500 damages for injuries received by mrs. Mccorkle last Winter when she a Slijk a on a pile of Ico and show and fell fracturing her Arm. Saturdays scores. Naut cobe 12 Danville 4. Bloomsburg 10 Berwick 4. Nescopeck 4 Shickshinny 1. Standing of the clubs w. L. . I l. Danville. A a .769 i Shock by. .12 9 nnntieokel7 10 ,<v.9 i Bloom. 111 Berwick 15 o .625 Nescopeck a 16 suicide in one week without food for a Normal Aud healthy Man to c. Lamberson Aud who until recently j abstain from food for one week and was employed in this City committed j during this time not Only to indulge suicide in Bloomsburg sunday aft j in his routine of exercise but also to perform the duties of his vocation is a feat that is Apt to cause no Little wonderment even in these Days when we John a. Lamberson son of Harvey from the Sublime to the ridiculous from even Heady steady base Ball on Friday Toad ont care How Many runs they get game on saturday was the depressing step that tie Danville team took Over Friday night. One Cau scarcely stretch the imagination to realize that it was the same team giving Nanticoke a 13 to 4 score on saturday that the Day before had lambasted Kutz for 10 runs and error Lessly held the nans to one earned tally. To none of the Ordinary vagaries of base Ball can saturdays farce be attributed. It was not an example of the slump to which All teams Are susceptible. It was just a concerted willingness to assume the role of door mat for Nanticoke. Honest Effort that fails is to be lauded every time but a refusal to try should be hit on the head whenever it appears. Of the Danville players who had a Chanco to get actively into saturdays game but three stand out As the Only ones who played As if they had some interest in winning the contest. They Are Captain nipple Pitcher Rowe and Catcher Dooley who worked hard to play their own positions to the Best of their ability and encouraged the rest of the team to do their share. The Story of the activities if the semen very nearly tells Danville a part of the Story. The live Danville hits were divided Between them. Nipple scored two of Danville a runs and brought in a third Rowe scored the other one. Both sides were retired in order in the first. In Nanticoke a half of the second Shemanski opened with a Texas leaguer into Centre. Walsh struck out Aud Smith was hit by a pitched Ball putting men on first and second. Morris drove a grounder to Livengood who threw to second. The Ball going High Over umlauts head. The Nanticoke ground rules stipulate that on a passed Ball a runner Cau go As far As he likes and Shemanski scored of this misplay. Davis then sent a Sizzler across the third bag into left Field which Mackert fielded with such pronounced indifference that both Smith Aud Morris scored. Captain nipple promptly benched the apathetic Mackert and sent Ainsworth to do Relief duty in left. Jenkins Laid a grounder to Veitch who made an overthrow to first which allowed Davis to tally. The innings ended when Jenkins was caught off second Aud Skelton fanned. After that innings the game went to pot it is Only fair to say that Rowe worked hard but lie was Given the thadiest kind of support. No Earnest Effort was made to stay naut cokes a mounting score nor did Danville players strive conscientiously to Deposit local tallies at the plate. A Handicap which could not be helped was Ainsworth in left Field. The big Pitcher is not trained to Trot in the far reaches Aud through no fault of his Many balls got away from him that would have been nailed by a experienced Man. Dunville hit. In hard Luck All during the game. The first innings can be taken Asau example when Umlauf Livengood Aud nipple All drove Long flies to the Field which were taken in order by left right and Center of hard tries. Tony Walsh a Home run made in the sixth was one of the longest hits Ever made at Edgewater Park. The score a Eru Oon. The tragedy which was committed about 4 of clock was attended with the most spectacular features and seems to have grown out of a love affair. The deed was witnessed by William Barber who was standing on Liis front porch. The youth Bent upon taking his own life was observed lies iely walking along Catherine Street. When near eighth Street he deliberately pro danced a revolver Ami placing the muzzle to his right Temple fired the fatal shot. He fell to the sidewalk death being instantaneous. The body was carried into Hartman s planing Mill. In the suicides pocket was found a card bearing his name and stating that he was a member in Good standing of Mahoning tribe no. 77, improved order of red men of Danville. The card also contained the names of Bis parents and asked that they be informed of his death. He gave his age As Nineteen years and represented that he had attended the soldiers orphan schools at Chester Springs and at Scotland leaving the latter institution at the age of sixteen. Since leaving school according to the card he had belonged to a couple of shows. Latterly he was employed by the a. C. Amp f. Co., of Milton under the name of John Miller. The rash act was committed three doors from the dwelling on Catherine Street where resides miss Rebecca Evans a highly respectable Young woman with whom the suicide was in love but who it seems did not re Havo become accustomed to marvels. Among other things it illustrates the extent to which the necessity of taking food daily or less frequently is overestimated in the Concrete example before us no less a familiar personage than Post office clerk r. B. Diehl is the hero. Patrons of the Post office who As late As saturday night might have observed him at his work would not have dreamed that he had not taken a Mouth full of food since Early monday morning. Had they observed closely they might have noticed that his eyes had assumed a Peculiar look also that Long Tenso lines had grown into his face which together with obvious Iosh of flesh imparted to him a appearance that was scarcely natural. Otherwise however he was his natural self. It should be explained that or. Diehl entered upon his voluntary abstinence from food for very Good reasons. This article has alluded to him As a a Normal and healthy Man All of which is True to the letter barring a occasional attack of indigestion. It was or. Diehl s very Good health that made him impatient of indigestion. After trying a few familiar remedies he decided to adopt heroic measures. It was food he reasoned that had caused his stomach to go wrong Liori fore he would abstain from food Aud give lug stomach a prolonged rest. How Long he could hold out he did cipro ate his affections. Not know it was Tobe a Experiment. An investigation brought out the doing monday and tuesday the fact that Young Lamberson went to. First two Days of his fast or. Diehl Bloomsburg Troin Milton Friday. On states he experienced usual symptoms the evening of that Day lie called upon i of hunger a a a gnawing at the Stom miss Evans but was not warmly re ache which was at times exceedingly Cei Ved. On saturday noon he reap unpleasant. By wednesday this passed scared delivering a letter in which j Hway and he has had no desire to eat were protestations of love. Finding since. He began by drinking All the himself again repulsed he threatened to shoot himself and actually produced a 38-calibre revolver which miss Evans wrested from him and succeeded in hiding. Saturday evening he reappeared hut did not find miss Evans water that lie could get away with but oddly enough after the second or third Day water called seeming highly Objet Tiou Able to his stomach. The fact must not he lost sight of that or. Diehl is slightly inclined to at Home later however he met her corpulence although by dint of Mode on the Street Aud followed her for j rat eating and systematic exercise he some distance begging that she return the revolver which she refused to do. Sunday he hovered about miss Evans Home for several hours before taking his life. The red men of Danville were notified of the sad affair Aud they in turn broke the news to the parents who reside a couple of Miles Down the River. About seven of clock undertaker George a. Roat left for Bloomsburg to take charge of the remains. Prior to his arrival there the body had been removed from the planing Mill to the undertaking establishment of g. G. Baker of West Street. John a. Lamberson the suicide was Well known in Danville. Until a comparatively recent Date he was employed at the Reading Iron works. He was a generous Young fellow and was Well liked. Custer reports today Umlauf is Livengood nipple 11 Wagner of Brennan of Kelly of. Danville. A. R. H. O. Pitcher a a Ruben Custer with whom manager Hoffman of the Danville base Ball team has had negotiations since his release by Berwick on monday last evening agreed to report for practice with the Danville team this afternoon. Since Custer demanded and obtained his release from Berwick of monday the base Ball backers at Berwick have been Impo tuning him to reconsider his decision Auto remain in that town. I certain differences which existed be tween Caster and Berwick could not Ibe adjusted and the outcome will be i i Custer a appearance with the local i team today. Had reduced his weight very much when to entered upon his fast. Up to saturday night he had lost seven pounds a trifle Over a Pound or Day. Notwithstanding his Long fast he retains his strength in a surprising degree. To plays Tennis Aud rows on the River a Little less a tenuously probably but with quite As much zest As when to enjoyed Throe meals a Day. He is conscious of diminution of Stren Tii when it comes to hustling mail bags but in the performance of lighter duties lie feels no fatigue. He seems to a a feel the i it Peculiar stare in his eyes visible to others and at times his vision is slightly distorted. Whatever there May be of discomfort in these symptoms however is More than compensated for in the keen intellect and acuteness of feeling Itiat follow As the result of the fast. Or. Diehl is a gentleman of integrity quite As much interested in the scientific As the curative phase of his Experiment. That All the facts relating to the fast can be implicitly relied upon no one acquainted with the circumstances for a mount doubts. Charlton Safe Mackert. If 1 o 0 6 0 0. 1 Fin o in 1 1 1 Row of a. 1 i 2. .3 1 1 i 1 0 3 1 totals .33 4 6 24 14 4 Nan Tico Kkt. A. R. H. O. A. E. Skelton is. 5 1 2 2 5 1 Busk irk. If 5 0 1 2 0 0 Payton of. .3 1 0 o 0 0 Shemanski 3b .4 8 8 1 3 0 Walsh la. .422 11 0 1 Smith of. .3 2 1 2 0 0 Morris 2b.421 1 2 1 Davis a. .3 1 1 i 1 Jenkins p .4 11 0 1 0 totals. 35 13 12 27 12 4 j Danville. .0 0 0 1 3 c 0 1 0�?1 Nanticoke .04 20 1 i 2 x�?13 earned runs Nanticoke left on b Asey Danville a it Nanticoke 2. Stolen leases a Brenna nipple 2 Skelton. Sacrifice hits Rowe. Two base hits Davis Morris Shemanski. Three base hits Dooley Walsh. Home run Walsh. Struck out by Rowe 8, by the last rites John a. Lamberson was consigned to the grave in Odd Fellows cemetery yesterday afternoon. The funeral took place at 2 of clock from the residence of Joseph Erlston Hera lock Street and was private. The services were conducted by Tho Rev. Charles Cameron suavely pastor of Trinity methodist episcopal Church. At the request of the parents the order of red men to which the deceased belonged did not turn out in a body. The pall , were chosen from the Lodge anti Weie new York aug. 3. Italy cannot now legally demand Trio extradition of Porter Charlton. The Legal time limit expired at Midnight lust night and no demand from the italian government had been received by the United states District attorney from the state of new Jersey. No stops will be taken for the prison Eros release however until september i 20, when any one of three courses May a be pursued. Iii lawyers May demand his release of the ground that there is no charge him they May of a Tain a write f Hareas Corpus or they a May Institute proceedings to ascertain i his sanity. Charlton is confined in the Hudson county n. J. Jail where to has been since his Airest Aud confession of Murd a ring his wife Mary Scott Castlo Charlton id Lake Como Talv. Merit or in painting. Jacob c. Miller of the people so Bank who possesses much ability Asan artist health report for last month the local registrars report to the Bureau of vital statistics for the month of july is unique in that along with a phenomenally Low death rate but one Case of communicable disease is reported. The number of deaths that Quot occurred in the District during the Mouth was eighteen. Of this a umber six took place at the Hospital for the Isune. With the exception of the Mouth of May when fifteen deaths occurred and june when the report showed seventeen deaths the mortality during last month was lower than at any time this year. The single Case of communicable disease reported was typhoid fever. One death from typhoid was also reported but it related to a Case that figured in last months report. It is very rare indeed during the course of a year that a month occurs in which typhoid fever does not figure in the report. The Gratifying feature of the present report is that the disease is limited to one Case. The showing relating to the Public health could not be More reassuring. It is a season of the year when physicians can enjoy a Well earned rest. Up to the present not a single Case of infantile paralysis which at Many places is alarmingly prevalent has been reported in this District. The latter disease along with pellagra Aud Hook worm now must be reported to the local registrar. Or. Shultz last evening stated that while cases of infantile paralysis have occurred in this District neither pellagra nor Hook worm have been known to develop Here. During june eleven births were reported which is just one half the number returned for May. In april there were Twenty four births. The average of births for the year is generally will contest is for above the death rat in new Home Myrtle Lodge no. 853. I. O. O. F. Is now snugly quartered in its new Home formerly known As tin coupling Imi ling which it purchased a few Mouths ago. The first regular charter meeting was held in the new quarters saturday night. The rooms have been renovate handsomely furnished. The spacious Lodge room 51x23 a most attractive Aud cozy appearance the floor being covered with a new Wilton velvet Brussels carpet of Pori Star design. The rooms Are lighted with Tungsten burners of <10 Watts. The switchboard is conveniently placed and the lights can be regulated to suit the various requirements id the Lodge room. The system embraces a modern a dimmer a by merely pressing the Button a few or All the lights Cau be thrown into commission and they can be made to Burn at any degree of brilliancy desired. Ninety in the Shade it does not seem unlikely that the last will Ami testament of the late Edward d. Kramer of the second Ward Danville May be made the subject of litigation. By the provisions of the will the orphans Home and Asylum for the aged Aud infirm of the evangelical lutheran Church at Germantown is made the principal beneficiary. The will was made March 16, 1�o0u, Aud was witnessed by or. Ira c. Dietrich and William e. Elmes esq., of Berwick. The trustees of the orphans Home and Asylum for the aged and infirm Are named As the executors. The initial step in the matter was taken tuesday when a hearing was held before Register w. L. Sidler in the grand jury room for the Parps be of examining the subscribing witnesses As to the testamentary capacity of the testator. William Kase West esq., represented the executors Aud Hon. H. M. Hinckley some of the heirs who object to the prorating of the will. Each of the subscribing witnesses testified that to the Best of his knowledge Aud judgment the testator was of sound Aud disposing mind Aud memory at tiie time the will was made. During Cross examination it developed that some of the heirs sought to contest the prorating of the will on the ground that the testator was not of sound and disposing mind. The hearing will be continued on another Date to be selected when other witness will testify for the contestants. The will provides that the widow of the testator shall have the use of House no. 745 East Market Street during her life. The win Low also receives a Dowery to be drawn from the residue of property of the sum of $18 per Mouth As Long As she lives. Each of the grandchildren As Well As the surviving daughter is remembered with a certain sum. To the Trinity lutheran Church of Danville is bequeathed $100 to be used for the poor of the Church. To orphans Home Aud Asylum for aged Ami infirm at Germantown is bequeathed All the residue of property both real and personal which institn-1 and to on a to a t0 widow As Long As she lives. At her decease it is to inherit the residue of the House and property real and personal. Farmers Fielos rabbits which last year were very plentiful this season Are found to be still More numerous aug a rare sport is anticipated during the Hunting season. The restraining Force of Trio rigid game Law seems sufficient to keep Hunters out of the Field until the season opens november 1st. The dogs however which Are no respecter of statutes Are already on the Job and Are causing much annoyance among the Farmers. Just Here it might be expedient to warn owners of dogs habitually roaming at Large that they Breiu danger of losing their animals valuable or otherwise for the framers Are up in arms Aud declare that they will shoot the dogs. The american has been asked to advert to the matter not alone by those who have a interest in the Protection of game Only but also by the Farmers who state that the dogs Are a positive pest trailing through the Fields several frequently being in one pack. They declare their intention of seeking Relief with the shot gun shooting a few of the dogs if the later Are not kept away. Several dogs were shot last fall and considerable ill feeling was engendered landowners declare that they do not desire to adopt such drastic measures unless All others fail. Among the owners of dogs there May be some unaware of the fact that their dogs have the Hunting habit Aud who from now of will make an Effort to keep their dogs from pursuing game illegally. A Farmer yesterday stated that the a town dog is not the Only offender in this line but that a surprising number of the four legged violators of the game Law Are dogs that belong to the country Aud that the latter Are probably the worst of the lot. In the aggregate the Slaughter of Cottontail at this season is said to be considerable Many a wily and industrious cur in one Day running Down More than his master is permitted to hag in the same time during the Hunting season. It follows Roy Fox Atwood Rhodes i nil Kos porn d a number of Merit or James Rounsley and Charles Foust. In t it really True that Many a woman is ready to Dye when Sho comes to the turning Point Jenkins bases on Halls off Rowe 3, off Jenkins 4. Passed Halls Dooley. Wild pitch Rowe. Timo of games 2 15. Umpire Wilson. Ious pictures Iti his Timo has just completed a painting that is being very much admired. The picture represents a charming bit of landscape with a flock of sheep in the foreground. The pose of the animals is most life like while the sky effect and All the details of the picture seem absolutely Truo to nature. That we Are having our full share of humid sultry and oppressive Days this season no one who is exposed to out of door temperatures will be disposed to question. The weather yesterday did its very worst Mercury climbing up to ninety in the Shade while the humidity prevailing added very much to the oppressive Ness. Ciuco the Middle of june we have had rather More than the usual proportion of such kind of weather. From now of we should have Cool nights which ought to afford some Relief. A the vim is blowing Over the Oats stubble a a condition which is popularly believed to Canso Cool Breeze a after Nightfall owing to the oppressive weather conditions something less than full time Lias been made in our Iron industries during the last six weeks. It is especially hard of the puddles and Heaters and often several furnaces Are 1 off at one time. Claimed by death mrs. Levi of Point township died at her Home a Short distance below cd Vlaskey about 12 30 of clock yesterday morn ing after an illness of ten Days of Peroti Nitis. The deceased was forty years of age and is survived by her husband and four daughters Elizabeth Mary Sara Belle Ami Bertha nil residing at Home she is also survived by her father Sylvester faster of Muncy. The funeral will Tako place tomorrow at 10 a. M. From Trio family residence. Interment at Swendon. Miss Mary g. Shoner lower Mulberry Street will leave today for a several Days visit with mrs. Caroline Mcmahon at Watsontown. Fred Wood Side left yesterday for a ten Days trip to Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Mrs. Clara Brandon mrs. K. B. Diehl mrs. L. A. Be ser and miss Mary Holloway were among the excursion lists to eagles Mere yesterday. Or. Aud mrs. Robert Sayre of Philadelphia Are guests of or. Aud mrs. Charles a. Hartt Church Street. H. W. Schoffstall of sunburn was a Danville visitor yesterday. Mrs. Emma Morton Aud Sou Arthur Ami mrs. Anna Morton of sunburn spent yesterday with friends in South Danville. Misses Sara and Nina Thompson returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit with their sister. Mrs. M. F. Gulick of the South Side. Miss Dora Schatz Cherry Street left yesterday for a visit with her Nusele Edward Schatz Philadelphia. Miss Anna ileum Bali Spruce Street is visiting relatives at Wolverton. Miss Jennie Steinbuch. Of Potts Grove is the guest of or. Aud mrs. Horace Bennett Church Street. Coal exhausted owing to Low water the Coal dredges Are unable to get into Shore at present hut Are anchored out in the Stream. The natural inference would be that the River is too Low for the dredges to operate. This however is not the Case As they were designed with special reference to drought conditions Aud draw hut a foot or so of water. They could navigate in Midstream very easily 1 it if is explained that the Deposit of line Coal at this place is nearly Exon use for the present. The dredges have Don a very Large business this season. The Only Coal that remains is mixed with Saud Aud gravel. To such an extent that it cannot be extracted with much profit. About the Only tiling that remarks to be done is to await another fresh with the Hope that More Coul will be carried Down from the mines. Str a is Pretlow the protracted drought is having a appreciable effect on the River which is falling at the rate of a couple of inches per Day. The rocks above the familiar sight Only when the River is very Low Are now visible above the surface of the water. Mahoning Creek is almost dry while the Springs and Small streams throughout the country Are beginning to fail. Except in such localities As have been visited by heavy showers Corn Buok wheat and late potatoes will yield poorly. Conditions on the whole Are hut lit to better than they were last season at this time. The dust lies deep upon the roads and is hardly to to endured. Along with 11. A failing of crops comes the Scarcity of water which is Apt to entail great in convenience upon the Farmer. Miss Ethel Gulick Rushtow left yesterday for a visit with friends in Sun Loury. Miss Ethel Van Fleet of Jersey City is visiting at tie Shepard Home Vine Street. Misses Nussie Lunger Aud Ethel Reppert have returned after a Short visit in Bloomsburg. Miss Margaret Shepard of Philadelphia is visiting her Mother mrs. Mary Shepard. Vino Street. Youngest graduate property sold. Big White sucker. While fishing Down the River tuesday Arthur Peters jr., caught a Large the three store Brick nil dug. No. I White sucker measuring nearly twee 261 Mill Street occupied by Foster inches in length and weighing 2l bros., was sold at Public Sale yesterday morning. It was knocked Down to Harry Moyer of York for $4200. Bidding was fairly brisk. The property started at $3000, rapidly climbing to the Figuro at which it was sold. Ellis Reese was auctioneer. Yesterday s Issue of the Bloomsburg daily Seu Timuel has the following to say of Gomer met Herd formerly of this City a Gomer Motheral son of mrs. A. D. Shnaman of this City returned to Chicago tuesday where he will Complete his Louiso at the Bennett medical College. When he graduates next Spring Yonng Metherell will have been the youngest student Ever graduated from that school. He is not yet 20 years Oto age Aud has already arranged to take a Yeai a course As resident surgeon in a Chicago Hospital. He spent his vacation with his pounds. The fish was quite a curiosity As no one can recall having seen a White sucker of More than half the above dimensions. Of a woman who makes a Call you can Seldom say that she a goes without saying. A seriously Iii. City clerk Harry b. Patton was taken very seriously ill of tuesday night being seized with an attack of acute indigestion to which he is subject. His condition was much improved yesterday

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