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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 11, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaTeri amp to vol. 50�?no �2 Danville pa., thursday just 11. 1010 established in 1855an important Democrat or Republican a Thomas cutters of Wilkes Bare was arrested of the charge of abusing his wife. It developed at the hearing before an Alderman that the chief cause of their family trouble was of their inability to agree whether they should adopt a boy Ami whether they should bring him up As a Republican or Democrat cutters is a staunch Democrat and his wife favors the Republican party. The Aldei Mau gave them a Chance and told them to go Home and Compromise. False Teeth against Eugene schoo server of Stroudsburg ordered a set of false Teeth just a few hours before die died the theory that he committed suicide has been scouted. Friends of the dead Man say that if Schoonerover intended to end his life he would not have placed an order with a dentist for new Grinders. Strange Delaney s�0 years old of Chester is affected in a manner puzzling to the physicians. Two weeks ago he Lay Down to take his usual afternoon Nap and since that time he has been in a sleeping trance. Frequently lie arouses like a person Awakening from a deep slumber but Only remains awake a few minutes and again lapses into stupor. Baby naked in when or. And mrs. James Mckinsey of Muddy Creek Forks were driving their horses ran away and the baby was thrown some distance into a clump of Blackberry Bushes. When picked up the baby was naked. The Briars had stripped off its clothing but there was hardly a scratch on the body. Horse oddly attempting to shoot several thieves who tried to make off with a horse that was grazing in a Field near Chester Crawford Pyle shot and killed the animal. The thieves made their escape. Farm hands with shotguns followed for several Miles but they could not get within shooting distance of the men. Faces heavy Justice Charles Janvier of Laus Dowie failed to appear before another Justice to answer charges of assessing illegal fees and judgment for $250 and costs was awarded against him of each of three charges brought by residents of Media grief stricken child Ida the seven year old daughter of mrs. Moses Hollenback died of grief after her Mother had been removed to the Hospital to undergo a serious operation. The Little girl was in apparent Good health when she kissed her Mother goodbye but of her return Home she grieved terribly. Neighbors playmates and medical Aid were restored to but All were in vain and she died within 24 hours. Sequel to egg since an ancient egg was thrown into the room where the North Berwick baud was practising a has anybody Here seen Kelly a there has been dissension amongst the members and things even went so far that the state constabulary was called out to keep Harmony. Prepares for he had an idea that his wishes regarding his funeral would not to carried out to the letter John Sheetz of Womelsdorf ordered his casket got h. Grave dug and Laid aside one of his suits of clothing for his shroud. He is in Good health and his friends Are giving him the laugh. Fatal minutes after he had joked with the Crew of the steamship Vineland at a wharf at Chester Frank Simms an Engineer ripped while descending the ladder dug Side of the Steamer striking his cad on a nearby Barge. The blow it turned him and to fell into the water and was drowned. Feminine affection Strong a miss Bertha swoop and miss tiny Watson of Wheeler a mining settlement near it. Pleasant who Aro rivals for the affections of a Young Man in the Village vented their bad feelings in a fist fight. Miss Watson was a Winner knocking miss swoop out. Prevents suicide. A Andrew Fleishman aged 70, of York walked into a Creek until the water closed Over his head. Had not Earl Ewing a passerby noticed the Many a Peculiar actions lie would have succeeded in committing suicide. Ewing however rescued him in the Nick of time. Hail hurts tobacco. A Lancaster county tobacco crops have been greatly damaged by a severe Hail storm which swept Over the farm land of the Valley. Hail stones wreck More havoc than any other class of disturbances and the losses to growers May amount High. Fender saves baby Michael the 2-year-old Bou of or. And mrs. John Subenski of Coatesville ran in front of a Street car and when the car was Little fellow was found in the fender unhurt and apparently contented. Agreeably to rumours current it does not seem unlikely that the two squares on East Market Street Between Mill and Pino streets May he paved in connection with the improvement now of foot. Action taken by the Borough Council at its regular meeting Friday night leaves no doubt As to what action it contemplates in the premises. A Resolution was passed looking to the enactment of an ordinance providing that All of East Market Street from the Eastern building line of Mill Street to the Eastern building line of Pine Street a distance of 710 feet and 0 inches be graded and paved with vitrified paving Brick and curbed with Stone and for the assessment of the costs and expenses thereof upon the abutting properties according to Law. The Resolution provided that the Borough Council hold a meeting on August 19th for the purpose of hearing objections from anyone to the proposition to pave and curb the above specified part of East Market Street and then and there also to consider the propriety Ami expediency of the enactment of an ordinance providing for such grading paving curbing assessment of costs <jfcc., according to Law Ami at which time and place All persons May attend and be heard. Borough electrician Newton Smith presented his report for the month of july which showed that the Cost of operating the Plant was $355.39. The Plant was in operation 273 hours. A communication was received from the Danville amp Sunbury transit company enclosing a Bill for $7.50, the amount due the trolley company it was claimed for a labor material and detection of cars four hours july in 1910, by tree falling on trolley Wile. A the mishap occurred while the Large Paradise tree in front of the dwelling of Robert Cathcart East Market Street was being removed by George Gardner. On motion payment of the Bill was refused. The following members were present Cleaver Everhart. Marshall Fiu Nigadu Connolley Gurry Price and lies. Of Morion it was ordered that the Borough enter into contract with the Reading Coal company for All the Coal needed at the water works during the Balasco of the year at the Price of $2.25 per ton. The hauling will add another 25 cents per ton to the Cost of the Coal. Of motion of or. Lies it was ordered that the Hose houses of the Borough to connected with the Public sewer. Or. Marshall reported that the structural tubing company Ami the Danville foundry and machine company Are still firm in their refusal to lower the switch on East Market Street which leaves that Point about nine inches above the Grade furnished by the Borough Surveyor. On motion of or. Connolley it was ordered that in dealing with the matter the Borough stand by the Grade Given by the Borough Surveyor. The second quarterly appropriation to the fire department now due was of motion of or. Lies ordered paid. Or. Marshall reported now that the River is Low the Public sewer is becoming objectionable where it empties into the River. It was ordered that the matter be attended Segno of new series saturdays scores. Shickshinny 3 Danville 2. Bloomsburg. 5 Berwick 3. Nescopeck 1 Nanticoke 0. Standing of the clubs w. L. . I w. L. . Bloom. .2 o Shick by. .1 i to nhntieolte.2 o Danville .0 2 one Berwick. I .5001 Nescopeck .0 2 .000off the track the trolley car of the Danville and Sunbury transit co., was off the track for awhile Between 11 and 12 of clock yesterday Forenoon. The derailment occurred near Rote a undertaking establishment whore the track was blocked up preparatory to paving. The Down pour of rain caused the Brick used to support the ties to sink into the Earth with the result that the track sagged and the car left the rails. The car was jacked up and after some difficulty gotten Back upon the track. Traffic was interrupted for Over Milf an hour. Teachers elected miss Bertha a Turver has been reelected As teacher of the grammar school of Riverside Borough. Miss server has held the position for several years and has demonstrated rare ability in her line of work. Her reelection meets wit i general approval. Miss Margaret Kirnel daughter of William w. Kirnel of Riverside has been elected teacher of the primary department filling the position formerly occupied by mrs. E. W. Young who 1ms been Given the intermediate school of the joint District that will he opened in p. O. S. Of a. Hall. Dying dog bites while trying to save her pet dog which had been run Over and fatally injured by an automobile miss Ethel Harvey of West Chester Wab badly bitten by the dog in its dying agonies. Danville has made a decidedly shaky get away in the second series by loosing the two opening games. But saturday s drop had Louo of the monstrous features of fridays Avalanche. The score of 3 to 2 in favor of Shickshinny would show that it was a game Well Worth seeing no matter which team won. The game furnished plenty of fodder for the fans. It was doped out saturday night that there was no less than fourteen Points during the game where Danville could have Wou by doing just a Little different than they did. Certain it was that Fortune showered her attentions upon Shick Shiung during the Whol Niue innings and smiled in Danville a direction very infrequently. Danville had the game won almost As Many times As there were innings. Men of first second and third seemed easy to accomplish but to shove one Brown Clad runner across the except in the one innings was beyond the prowess of the cunning of the local tossers. Can you imagine three hits and a wild Pitili in one innings without a score Well that was Danville a sixth. That was the most striking bit but other innings furnished blows almost As disquieting. In the second Wagner after a hit and a sacrifice by Brennan was forced out at third and Veith and Mackert rested on the cushions while Kelly sent a pop Fly for the third out. In the third Umlauf after he had been passed Anil advanced on Livengood shit was caught at the plate on nipples fielders Choice. In the fourth with one Down passes were issued to Brannon and Veith who advancing to second and third on Mackert s out were left there when Kelly hie a out to Cawley. The fifth saw Dauville go Down Oue two three for the second time in tie game and the sixth has been mentioned before. The seventh was prolific of Danville a Brace of tallies. With one Down Kelly got on with four wide ones and after Ainsworth had filed out Umlauf picked one that just suited him from Quinlan a delivery and sent the Ball Aero Lauing Over the Fence. The seventh after a hit by Wager ended with a double play on Brennan a roller to Evans. In the ninth with shinny one Point to the Good. Danville made a heroic Effort to score. Veith first up lauded for his first hit a Texas leaguer into left. Mackert bunted but Joe was slow in getting Down and was caught at second by Quinlan a throw. Mackert then spectacularly stole second and third while Kelly was Hying out and Dooley Hatting for Ainsworth was getting a base on balls. With Umlauf up and two strikes called Mackert tried to steal Homo and was called out at the plate. Shickshinny had extra men at bar in but three innings. In the second and third singles from the bats of Cawley and Mccabe went for naught when the runners were nailed by Kelly a whip As they tried to Purlin second. After that by the More stealing was attempted of the Danville Catcher. In the third shinny took advantage of Danville a Only bad session to score two runs with Williams gone by the strike out route Evans shoved a Texas leaguer into Centre Field Ami advanced to third on Gouldner a two Bagger into Center. Quinlan then drove a roller to Buck which the Short Stop err ored of a bad Bounce. He threw Homo to catch Evans hut the later Bowling Kelly Over tallied while the Hall went of through to the grand stand. Gouldner was hitting the third base line for Home by this time but was caught by Kelly and Ainsworth. While this throw around was in Progress Quinlan Hail been silently beating it around the leases and was now nearing third. A throw was made to catch him which went wide and he too safely crossed the . That emptied the course and although two More hits were made a third out was accomplished with out Forth i shinny tallies. a wining run was made in the last session when with two Down. Cawley got the Hall through Wagner to the Center Field Fence a Ioor relay let the runner to third and he scored on a rued shit Over the third bag. The port aider Quinlan who Defeated Danville saturday is the same twirler who allowed the locals but five hits in the ten innings game that will build retaining Wall our readers will be gratified to learn that the Board of county commissioners Lias decided to build a retaining Wall to protect the plot of ground along the River just West of the Northern abutment of the Bridge which is owned jointly by Montour and Northumberland counties. Before the improvement can go Forward however the Borough Council will have to take similar action and decide to extend the retaining Wall at the water works eastward so As to embrace a fourteen foot plot belonging to the Borough which adjoins the inter county tract. At a meeting the county commissioners saturday took preliminary action in the matter. Following next saturdays meeting they will advertise for bids. During the present week the commissioners will take measurements and secure what other data May be necessary. Allowing for advertising etc., bids can not be received until september 3rd. The commissioners Are aware that the county a expenditures for the present year Are already considerable but they explain that they do not see How they can postpone the building of the retaining Wall any longer. For years past each grand jury has recommended the building of the Wall and an opinion from the president judge stares that should an Accident occur at the spot the county would unquestionably be liable for damages. The Declivity at the foot of the principal Street in the town is As unsightly As it is Dang Erous. The commissioners do not de 1 sire to pose As holding no a needed a improvement and they have come to the conclusion that the Wall should be built and the spot filled up immediately no matter at what Cost. The spirit shown is a most commendable one and now that such a flue Opportunity presents itself to secure an improvement badly needed in the Borough it is not probable that Council will do anything to discourage or delay the work hut will at once cooperate with the commissioners Aud prepare to build the boroughs share of the retaining Wall. By proceeding with the Wall As soon As possible it is believed that the ground excavated of East Market Street Between Mill Aud Pine streets should paving go Forward there in a month or so can be utilized in filling up tie Declivity where the retaining Wall is to to l hotel 100 years old Amandus l. Coddens has sold his hostelry the Eagle hotel at washing Annville to m. M. Houghton proprietor of the Houghton distillery at Pine Summit. The new owner will take charge the beginning of next week. Or. Coddens will retire from the hotel business and take up his residence in Frank Cour soul a House in Washingtonville. He owns a Fine 157 acre farm in Anthony township which will take up a part of Bis time. Or. Ile dons was proprietor of the Eagle hotel for nearly 24 years Aud is the third generation that has had charge of this famous old stand. The hotel itself is a landmark in this county having been built by or. Led Deus Grandfather James cum mugs nearly a Century ago. The old log Structure which did duty As a hotel a Hundred years ago is still intact Aud forms a Pait of the present hotel building although neat weather boarding now conceals the rough Hen logs. Upon the death of James Cummings the hotel was sold but during the civil War it was run for several years a by or. Heddens father. After that Tho place was operated by Fred Blue Aaron Moser and others until 23 years and 5 months ago when or. Heddens purchased the stand. The school Board held a regular meeting monday eve with president w. A. Sechler in the chair. Among the members present were , Burns Marks Shultz Pursel Fischer Heiss Aud Sidler. Or. Burus reported that the directors of the second Ward have awarded the contract for cleaning the school building of that Ward to mrs. Ella Snyder for Twenty four dollars. Of motion of or. Burns it was ordered that the Woodwork in All the school buildings that has been painted be varnished. Of motion it was ordered that bids be invited for the work. Or. Fischer reported that owing to delay in arrival of the Coal ordered it had been considered advisable to postpone the work of cleaning the school buildings. There Are prospects of shipments of Coal arriving daring the present week he explained when it is hoped that a general cleaning of the buildings can go Forward. Bids for installing flush closets in the second Ward building were received As follows b. G. Carpenter of Wilkes Barre Independent of plumbing $315.40 Bryan Bros.,of Danville including plumbing $512.00. On motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that the contract be awarded to Bryan Bros. Or. Fischer reported that repairs on foot in the various school buildings Are progressing rapidly. On motion it was ordered that the committee inspect the work done on Tho Welsh Hill school building during some evening this week. On motion of i. Shultz it was ordered that a new record Hook for the High school he purchased. The following Bills were approved for payment John Kirn. $ 5.00 welliver go.97 Standard Gas co. 2.13 United Tel. It amp Tel. Co. 5.00 g. Shoop Hunt. 5.07 Chas. E. Merrill co. 25.76 Frank straub.50.45 Boyer Bros. 10.30 Elmer Shultz. 5.05died from Accident Jacob Woodruff continued on 2nd Page. Jacob Woodruff one of Elysburg a Pioneer and highly respected residents died suddenly at his Home sunday evening from pleurisy after an illness of about one week. The deceased was Horn and reared on Shamokin Hills retiring from Active agricultural duties a number of years ago. He was prominently identified with township Aud county affairs. Was a faithful member of Tho lutheran Faith and highly respected by old Aud Young alike. Or. Woodruff was about �5 years of age Anil besides his widow is survived by Throe Brothers three suit ers and the following children William Curtis Aud Charles of Elysburg Isaac of Sunbury mrs. Isaac Adams Shamokin Hills mrs. Eraz Woodside Sunbury mrs. John Zeiders Lewis town mrs. Poter sell Lee Elysburg mrs. Herbert Vought Elizabeth and Hattie Woodruff Elysburg. The funeral will take place thursday morning meeting at the House at 8 of cock. Services will be held at Reeds lutheran Church. Interment in the cemetery adjoining. John e. Williams a Well known former resident of Danville yesterday died at the Fountain Springs Hospital near Ashland where he was undergoing treatment for injuries sustained in a fall. The deceased who was aged about 77 years was a native of Wales. He emigrated to this country when a Young Man spending the greater part of his subsequent life in Danville. For Many years he conducted a store on ferry Street Between Spruce and Hemlock streets. Prior to that he conducted a store of East Market Street near chruch Street. He was a Good citizen Aud a fair dealing honest Man. He Resi Deil in this City occupying the Homestead of ferry Street until about two Mouths ago when he removed to Ashland to take up his xes Deuce with his Sou. Soon after leaving Danville he fell from a trolley car and sustained a fracture of his hip. For some years he had been in feeble health Aud the effects of the serious Accident seemed to aggravate his other ills and his condition soon became critical. He was removed to the Hospital Only recently. The deceased was twice married his last wife departing this life about eight years ago. The son James living at Ashland is the sole survivor. The body will be brought to Danville for interment. The son of Tho deceased will arrive at Danville today to make arrangements for the interest mail Man labs on cupid Freeland aug. 10. Because lie made a statement before the school boned of Foster township that pretty Winfred Torgan the Olcy Valley school teacher devoted much of her time to writing love letters and that to was really tired lugging mail to Aud from Oley Valley school Washington a. Warren a Rural delivery mail clerk May lose his position Aud be made the defendant in a $2,000 damage suit. Warren was one of a delegation who appealed before the school Board to protest. A Ain Sec the appointment of miss Morgan on me ground that she wrote love letters during school hours. Miss Morgan states that she knows her rights in Tho matter and has instructed her attorney to Start action. She says she is determined to Stop blabbing of the part of mail clerks and teach warred a lesson in a postal regulations if it costs her a years salary. Pipe bowl in . E. Shon of Middletown found the bowl of a pipe in a potato which his wife had peeled for dinner. Whooping cough is abnormally prevalent in Danville Aud Vicinity and is causing some concern among the health authorities. While prevalent enough in the Borough of Danville in Mahoning township if not throughout the Rural districts generally it is gaining such a foothold and is spreading so rapidly that it is a grave question whether it will not interfere with the opening of the schools next month. A is thoroughly familiar with conditions states that there Are comparatively few families that have children that Are not infected with the disease unless rendered immune by previous attacks. In Mahoning township within a narrow radius Are eighteen cases of whooping cough several of them being of a serious Type. Whooping cough the same physician states owes its spread in great measure to indifference caused by the general Aud erroneous impression that it is a comparatively harmless disease one which every child is unavoidably heir to. Tho truth of the matter is that not Only is whooping cough avoidable but it is a dangerous disease. Statistics show that during Tho Mouth of May last in Pennsylvania eighty six deaths occurred from whooping cough. Noue of these deaths resulted from complications that Are so Apt to ensue in cases of whooping cough but occurred during the attack proper Aud were due to exhaustion Haemorrhage amp a. Tho remedy lies principally in placarding the houses leaving it to the Good judgment of Tho people to restrict Intercourse with the infected families. As soon As a new Case is discovered the House is ordered quarantined. The rules relating to Tho placarding of houses Are not Tho same in boroughs and townships. Tho former Are under the control of local boards of health which do not cause a dwelling to be placarded unless a Case of communicable disease is reported there by the attending physician. The townships Are under t lie con Tro f the division a Tif medical suspect to in the event of an outbreak of any Jet the medical inspector is sent to discover the nature of the ailment. If communicable disease exists the House is placarded whether there is an attending physician or not. In Tho Borough a few cases have occurred where physicians were not employed and thus the families infected a escaped the modified quarantine. This has caused considerable dissatisfaction among those residing outside the Borough not familiar with Tho Law who were obliged to submit to quarantine whether employing a physician or not. The authorities it of Plain that As a Rule there is too respect for sanitary la is Aud to it a the healt i officer who is charged with their enforcement. In some instances eve o i i placards placed i n infected building have been surreptitiously removed the penalty if would seem is in a enough to deter persons from an a thing so rash. For removing placard a penalty of from $10 to $100 Tine i provided along with 1 to3 Mouths imprisonment or both at the discretion of the the allusion to the holding of an a old Home week a made in these columns tuesday Uio Ruig has aroused a Good Deal of interest. The subject has been pretty generally discussed about town and the fact has been made apparent that the idea is by no Means unpopular. The present one As far As Auy Public Celebration is concerned has been an off year in Dauville. By next summer it is reasoned the town ought to to ready for a whole week of amusement. With most people the Public function in mind takes the form of a old Homo week a with its sojourn of former residents Aud the reunion of devoted families. Danville a part. There Are probably Fow other places of the same size to which so Many people scattered Over the length and bread Ali of the Laud Are bound by the ties of Friendship of blood and of duty and the very names of which when spoken awaken More tender emotions. This in part is due to the fact that Danville is an old town that it has a history that industrially. Politically in All its various relations it has always been a Factor that contributed in no Small degree to the general Prosperity and permanency of the Commonwealth. It was in Danville that men attained full stature. Skilled Aud disciplined they left the town to win wealth in undeveloped Fields. It might be interesting to know How Many persons during the last fifty years in this Way have gone out Froidl our town Aud become established elsewhere. Hundreds of such survive who would no doubt Hail with deep satisfaction such an Opportunity As a old Home week a would afford for a grand reunion when loved ones separated might resume their a places at the fireside Aud former residents after years of absence renew the hand clasp and seek old landmarks Flint Are dear in memory. That Many persons Are looking Forward to the holding of an a old Home week is quite Clear. Whether any vigorous agitation of the matter May be set on foot remains to be soaked former resident Lewis honer of Robinson Brown county Kansas accompanied by his Ethel is visiting at the Home of mrs. William Wertman East Danville. Or. Honer is a native of Mahoning township. He is a son of or. Aud mrs. Andrew honer Aud was born at the family Homestead near Bloom Road at present owned by Benjamin l. Diehl. Along with his parents he removed West in 1881. The present is his second visit to his old Home since leaving Here his first visit occurring nine years ago. The present is miss Houer a first visit East. Both Are enjoying their visit very much. Not Only does or. Honer find a Good Many of his boyhood friends Aud acquaintances in this Vicinity but not a few old time neighbors Aud friends of his parents survive who Are greatly interested in news from Tho family. Andrew honer died last november at the advanced age of 85 years. His wife preceded him to the grave two years before. The family Lias been very successful. Lewis Honor is the owner of six Hundred acres of Laud valued at $150 per Aero. The Fertility of the land is attested by Tho fact that last year on 87 acres he raised 3000 bushels of shelled Corn. Fifty bushels of Corn per acre or. Honor says is considered a very Good yield. Along with cattle to raises a Large number of horses on his farm. The rain that broke the drought monday was followed by a still heavier rain yesterday which thoroughly soaked the ground Aud brought about the very Best of growing conditions insuring in the main Good crops of Corn buckwheat cabbage Aud other vegetables that mature late in the sea Sou. The rain began about 8 of clock in the morning Ana Tiu used until about 2 of clock. After tin Long spell of dry weather with frequent Ami feeble attempts to rain which always ended in failure it was indeed refreshing to witness a genuine downpour which overtaxed the spouting and deluged the streets. A great Deal of water fell which soaked Tho ground plough deep and replenished the streams. No appreciable effect Wias produced of the River but Mahoning Creek along with Sech Lerus and blizzards run was pretty Well filled. Owing to the rain the men employed of the paving contract were obliged to leave off work. They continued however until about to of clock when the downpour began. The workmen of the Borough sewer which has now readied Cedar Street were also compelled by the rain to quit work. Lays extra egg poached. Altoona aug. 10.�?f. A. Winters a music dealer and thicken fancier Lias a Freak of nature in a leghorn Hen that has been laying two eggs a Day for several months. The double thru occurs regularly every third Day the Only difference being that the morning egg had a hard Shell and the afternoon egg a soft appendicitis on monday Frank Eggert a Well known Young Man of this City who for some years has been in the employ of the d. L. Amp w. Railroad company was seized with an attack of appendicitis Aud on tuesday underwent an operation. Recently or. Eggert was appointed agent at Foster a station Midway Between Scranton and Binghamton of Tho main line of the Lackawanna. Of monday he entered upon his now duties. Tho same Day to was taken ill and pm Viscius pronouncing the Case to be appendicitis to was taken to the Moses Taylor Hospital at Scranton where an operation was performed of tuesday. Yesterday reports were received Here that Tho operation had been successful and that or. Eggert was doing As Well As could be expected. Sting of Waap kills child. Marietta aug. 10.�?lockjaw resulting from a been a sting caused the death at Progress of Aaion the five year old son of h. L. Shoop. The boy was stung on the leg while playing in Tho Yard at his Home. The limb immediately began to swell and after doctors had vainly tried to ease his sufferings the child died in great agony his leg being about twice its Normal circumference

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