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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaMontour american Frank c. Angle. Proprietor. Danville. Pa., aug. 12, 19 19. Pennsylvania Railroad to Pei e. Roiled in some is the result of the committee s visit to Harrisburg the residents of the Tipper end of town Are dome what a hey can to relieve the highly Wausau a it amp by conditions caused by the old a of Raj. A a the first place v e fish killed by the to eids Cou tamed in the sewage from the Hospital have nearly All been dragged out of the canal and buried. A lot of Boye took tie initiative in this matter and worked quite diligently for a Day or of. At present few dead fish Are to be seen. The cooler weather. Too. Has improved conditions somewhat. Residents at that part of town state that the members of Council Are in error in stating that the Culvert pipes Are anywhere clogged. Such a condition did exist Bur persons affected by the cad doors on the canal themselves took the initiative and opened the pipe hoping that thereby the sewage Laden water would Drain Down through the Channel. The movement of the water however is prevented by a dense growth of cattails near Railroad Street. The citizens Are much disappointed that Council did not order a Trench opened through this Section of the canal when the matter was brought up at the last regular meeting o that body. They insist that Relief in some measure would be immediately derived from opening n Drain As a great Deal of the water would be carried off with a corresponding diminution of the effluvium and the general bad effects that attend the noisome and stagnant Deposit that at present fills the Ana nearly half fall. Atlantic City Cape May Anglesea Wildwood Holly be Ach Ocean City sea Isle City Avalon new Jersey thursdays 1909 sundays August 19 August 22 tickets god fact ten Days 84.75 round trip 84.50 round trip proposed amendments to Penn a Constitution Mars Anua Mae Fry of this City and a it Ropo Bep amendment or. P. B. Andes of Vandergrift were a the p2s8s5iu,??&Quot its to the ton Quot a i a a a a Tuc St. T .1 in a Mitten to ,.,. I. My. .,.1 the citizens a a i this common shall -?.-.> a a it a. I. United in holy Matrimony yesterday wealth for Tii ii approval or a gtd a a it. . M a. A a i the ceremony was performed in Pine pebbly of the Commonwealth Street lutheran Church at 10 47 of Penn Svi Vania and pith a no Nib the Rev a r Unla Nril li8hed Budeit it if the Secre n clot a the re. U. H. Botsford j ast Tahy of the health. In or of the Lisiy Trinity lutheran i Hsi Ance of article Xvi of Olin Roli. Of Berwick . The Thi a a u7 Bride and Groom Wera attended by or. Proposing nmn dment to sections right and mrs. John d. Swanger of Milton. The wedding March was rendered Lay mrs. Marie Edmondson of this City. The of Demouy was witnessed by a few immediate friends of the Bride and Groom. The Church was decorated with Palms Cut Flowers amp a. I Delaware River Bridge via Market Street w1 from South Danville Stop Over allowed a t Philadelphia i and Twenty one of article four sections a eleven and twelve of article five sections two. Three and fourteen of article j eight Section one of article twelve and sections two and seven of article fourteen. Of the Constitution of Pennsylvania. And providing a schedule for carrying the amendments into effect. Section 1 me it resolved by end House j following the be Zemont a wedding l of Montr 1 eral Assem or representatives of the of persons to. E elect d Alth of Pennsylvania in Gen one Are chosen Hilj so. Is now exercised by aldermen . Such changes not involving an Inoreno of civil jurisdiction or conferring political duties is May be made by Law Jii Philadelphia the office of Alderman is so As to read As follows in Philadelphia there shall to established. For each thirty thou Send inhabitants on court not of record of police and civil causes with jurisdiction not exceeding it Hundred dollars such courts shall i it held by magistrates whose term of of. A Hall be six years and they shall be elem Ted on general ticket at the municipal i Lection. By the qualified voters at Large and in the election of the said magistrates no voter shall Voto a a thirds of the number Inore than they shall be Coin the Senate for ill in to f a full information time of trams cold a Man i hand Bills or nearest ticket agent. I j. R. Wood Geo. W. Buy t passenger traffic manager. General passenger agent. Railroads Model Garden. Paid the debt. Improvements on South a Ide a stroll Abone tie Booth Side Rote is a Good Many improvements there pole. On foot and others completed the residence of or. N. M. Smith j Gearhart Street has been remodeler god repainted. Among rite improvement h is a Bay window and a veranda covering the front and the Side of the dwelling. Elias Woodruff is laying a Concrete a movement in front of Liis residence on Gearhart Street. He is doing the work himself. Of cob yes Ger is also laying a cont Rete pavement in Trout of his dwell ing Avenue a Riverside. I. C. Yeager. Avenue g. Is repaint lug Jils dwelling. Wesley Morrall of the same Street i also it painting his residence. John Laudan has begot work of n new dwelling in Gearhart Street. J. T co Loughan and Frederick to. Avenue a have each built a Trout veranda to i residence. A on Crete walk in being Laid a the parsonage of by. Peter s methodist. Episcopal Enorch. A Concrete floor i has been Lari also in the cellar of the 1 pats Cage. Canadian Pacific to raise its own Flowers and vegetables. The Canadian Pacific railway has gone Iulo gardening. It Lias established on land it owns near Winnipeg a Model Garden of Twenty acres and has i started in to raise Flowers and veg \ Eta Bles. The Railroad is not going into the a business fur profit except indirectly. It has been it. The hotel business for years owning and operating Many hotels on its line across Canada. This Garden at Winnipeg will Supply Flowers and vegetables for the hotel at Winnipeg and probably for others to which Quick shipments Are possible. Greenhouses Are to be erected before next Winter so that vegetables and Flowers May be raised the year round. Bulbs and plants will be propagated for the beautification of the grounds around the company a hotels and stations All along the line. Hiis worthless son. Tinus a id negro truck farm a or a a a who Lias frequent Occa six to in v Ltd his children for their Lack Industry. A Avo Sun. Ily is a jul loss a it no the i old of a it to Day to Bis oldest. Quot to s i Doggone Good i ing toys i ainu to a Rich Nigger Quot a a Aliat to talking bout. Papa Quot asked the s n ii no to do disinherit to 1 Niles what i do a exclaimed tin a d Viu Cru ii Lii pinot. Sidestepped. Father it Minner Taha i gym. John any. w Ltd Uii la i it school today a i. I books a Eotis r action it meals1 should i a i a a a a -.,m in racer. Let s talk a a i Quot thing i new v. Try a a a a Tow s this ? we offer one Hundred Dollar he our for any Case of Catarrh that eau not he cured by Halls Catarrh cur. J Cheney amp co. Toledo o. We. The on�1ersigned, known f. J. Of Vieney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in Tio Soeu tihiiu9ctiouh and Tina us a tally Able to carry oat any obligations made he ids firm. Walding k inn a n amp Marvin. Wholesale druggists Toledo o. Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood Aud mucous surface of the system. Testimony in is sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Hold by ail druggists. Tate to Ali a family pills for constipation. We re sprinkling is not practice a it a a people who live in these parts of town where Street a prickling is one of the luxuries indulged in daily a form Auy adequate idea of what a intolerable nuisance the dust is in other parts of the Borough where the streets Are not regularly and system at ally sprinkled. At such places there is positively no Relief from the dust it lies several inches deep in the streets. The Side Valks Are even powdered with in get and reveal the footprints of pedestrians. Not Only Are the lawns and fences coated with dust but also hie doors Aud window Frame of the houses. Tim difficulty of keeping the Interior of dwellings clean and presentable under Luch conditions Oak easily be imagined. It avar a but Little if Ono or even a amp a a do eur residents on a Square a prickle in front of their dwellings. Dust knows no boundaries Aud to Long As a spot remains any win re about that is not Egal arly sprinkled there v ill be dust in the air and All will share in it alike. M04�cal r caption. Jbrown a it did your wife say about a a it no a a Honre the other right Bues nothing tall. She just sat Down at to and played a Tell me the old Ltd old Story Quot per cd Ning practice. Ted i 1 a ire a giving a lecture on a Ehlt a a to Quot ii 15 a is he doing a it i with it Ned Fine. 1 met him in a restaurant after the lecture. And he was eating a two Dollar i . The Pyro Phore. A living Light called the Pyro Phore. Makes illumination cheap and convenient in Brazil. The Pyro Phore is a monster firefly us Inch and a half Long. With one it is possible to read Fine print and three will Light a room. The brazilian peasant Wocl he trav cases by night the perilous Forest i paths of ids country fastens to each shoe a Pyro Phore. Thus has no difficulty in avoiding poisonous snakes Pitfalls and wild beasts. A the brazilian coquette fastens in Lur hair or her Corsage a Pyro Phore in i cased in White tulle. The effect is As of a great Luminous Pearl or Opal when a Pyro Phorer slight goes out it is not necessary to fill him up with Oil to drop a Coin in him or to throw him away but a moments ducking in cold water suffices. Thereafter his three Little lanterns one on the breast and two on the Back Emit again Albright a radiance As Ever. Tho pyre it i Phore n9 All nature students know i called vulgarly Cuengco but scientifically the name is Cole Opter Serr Icorn Stermole Elater Ldes. A Cincinnati j our or. The Captain settled the account before his vessel sailed. In Burnaby s a travels in America in 1750,�?� a Book quite popular during tire latter part of the eighteenth Century. The following incident is related the Captain of a British Man of War cruising off the Massachusetts const left Bis wife in Boston. On Oue of his visits to port she came Down to the wharf to meet Hlin. And she was saluted As a True and Loving sailors wife deserved. This violation of Law was at once reported and the Captain was brought before Tho magistrate and sentenced to be publicly whipped. There was no getting out of it and the Captain submitted quite gracefully. Just before the departure of his ship he gave an elaborate entertainment to which All of the magistrates were invited. After the festivities were Over and every one had shaken hands with the Captain and was going Over the Side the magistrates were seized by the Arm and stripped to the Waist. Bach one was led to the Gangway where a vigorous Boatswain gave him thirty nine lassies on the Bare Back and then hustled him Over into a boat amid the cheers of the whole ships company. Hindoo dancing. Hindoo dancing bears no similarity to Tomt of the european. Stage acting in the shape of comedies and tragedies is hardly to be found among the ill does. The chief characteristic of their dancing is their dress which very often is horrible and grotesque to look at. Their dances consist in wrestling jumping and moving the shoulders head bands logs As if agitated by violent convulsions to tire sound of musical instruments. The i Lindon to amp Gle for music is so marked that there is not a single gathering however Small which Lias not some musicians at its read. The instruments on which they play Are for the most part clarinets and trumpets they have also cymbals and several kinds of Small Drums. The sounds produced by these instruments Are far from pleasing and May even appear hideous to european ears. The Mauva. Or conductor is the most remarkable of All the musicians. In boating time he taps with his fingers on a narrow drum. As he beats his shoulders head arms thighs and in fact nil tire parts of ids body perform successive movements and simultaneously he utters inarticulate cries the animating the musicians both by voice and gesture. Cornmeal As food. Cor Nonea is one a a the most health Ful. Nourishing foods and the ires Bone muscle and tissue builder Ltd fall the bread stuff s. Our forefathers fought their wars and taxied the wilderness Ripen n Corn bread diet and they were n Hardy Heady set Many of whose examples we might profitably follow. Of course Coro Cal to be perfect should Lee ground upon stones turned by water Power. The steam ground roller Mill product of today has some advantages in the Way of Economy of production but it kill the delicacy of the grist so tvs said by some. Dallas news. A charitable world. A your Money must ire a Burden to you at answered or. Dustin stax a but you a be surprised to Sec How Many i find who Are willing to Bear other people s Burdens.�?Washington Star. Dinner was served at hed Deus Restar ant. Eral ass. met. That the following pen sated on v he fixed Sal Arlen. Are proposed a amendments to the con a Timion Quot of die Commonwealth of Penn a. Tryl Vania. To accordance with the prove the Bride it the daughter cd George a Lola ,.lbht�?z.nth thereof a. Fry of this City and is most highly esteemed. Tire Groom is widely amendment one to article four. Section eight. Section Amend Section eight of article to be paid said county und shall exercise such Jurisin ton. Civil and criminal except us it rein provided As is now exercised by aldermen subject to such changes not involving an increase of civil , lion or conferring political duties As May be made by Law. In Phila ius incr. Ii i. I a in in uni by Lun in i unit know n and popular. He is principal four of the Constitution of Pennsylvania. Delphi., the. Office of Alderman is Abol of Cue of the schools at yonder shift. Which r is a in follows a .11 he amen five to article eight. See Tion two. I Section 6. Amend Section two of article eight which reads is i a the general election shall be held annually on the tuesday next following the first monday of november but the gun i eral Assembly May Law fix a different Day. Two thirds of All the members of each House consenting thereto Quot so As to which reads As follows. Quot he shall nominate and. By and with the newly wedded couple left on the advice and consent of two thirds of the 1 51 i. L. Amp w. Train for an Exall the members of the Senate appoint Secretary of the Commonwealth and tended trip. They will reside at Vandergrift. Nursing Flo hot not an attorney a neral during pleasure a superintendent of Public instruction for four years and such other officers of the Commonwealth is he is or May be authorized by the Constitution or by Law to appoint be shall have Power to Liesik la Quot Quot a 1 a a a a a it a Quot Quot a , in Ltd go a flees to win. I. He May appoint during in my it pts it if v will Oil a and the re a the 8.-Unte, by granting on Niall Vita intr May been and j commoss shall expire at the pm. ,1 St Brt Ken a Lown a nov r work exacting in it of social duties Tho ton frequent bearing of i pow Ltd to 51 fill tar nor other cantos will find in or. To Pierre s favor1 to prescription Tho most i election shall held by the tuesday next following monday of november in each potent inv Ffora Ting a it torah Leo str auth Pirr Over devised for their special in fit. it Rind it Csepei i by Valt Able if a Tair Rig Ondr strength and to promoting no Hun Dant Durris Vincnt for the child. La toe w in. it a Pricck----xu>wr7 Joku uo1 a Stem for baby a coming and Ruix Irir u lie ordeal comparatively pair Ujj. of Jaq s if. a system. Quot i Quot cute. Iffy Vous. Weak Otren. A after from frequent air apaches l.ack-boh.-, dragging Down distress u w n a in tin Abdomen or from painful or monthly periods gnawing or distressed sensation in stomach or faint spoil Soo imaginary specks or spot flout no before eyes have disagree pc vie catarrhal Drain pm a. version or Retro version or of i a r it i of womanly organs from of p. Its v. Ill whether they exp Erlon i or Only a Fow of the above symptoms. I Quot i Relief and i Are using faithfully Ami fairly Jar Sistenia or. I Irr. C s i Pio Cri Tuloa. This w old famed specific h r re Knoss s and Peculiar ailments is a pure gov. Rec extract of the choicest native ia1 v without a drop. Of i a 1 8 Miki i ill its to i cat no \ in i in i Shon it Bott e wrap r Grid id under a a a a. 4l�r. I Lori a Hus inv pics Tho fullest inv it to Lac Tion it formula thai it will be a Quot. Id to contain Only the hot agents to Tho Mest advanced medical r of Ali the different school of pro tin of Tai cure of wnriian�?T8 Peculiar is�?T8 and Allic. If a i want to know �.ore about the Cor Quot on and professional endorse a a u. The 1 avenge in Send card request to or. K. V. Pierce Witul i. N. Y. For his free Booklet treating Santo. You can to afford to accept As b in Btl us a f c Liis remedy of to. U i Echt Oto. Nun of comport it. Don t do it. Treason i re Ltd is of the Senate. Auditor general. Futato try of internal affairs i lip a a Hall r. A . But the Lun vral As vacancy that May Hap 8cmpiv Nav by Law tax n different Day. Two Ali lords of All the members of each House consenting thereto Sut h election shall always be held Lent of Public instruction. In null a a a a Bercy your. Twice. Or to any other elec amendment six to article eight. Section three. Section 7. Amend Section three of article eight which reads As follows a a fall elections for City. Ward Borough and township officers for regular terms of service shall be held on the third tuesday of february Quot so As to read a a judges elected by the electors of the Stan at Large May be elected at either a general or municipal election As Clr Cums Tatu is May require. All elections judges of the courts for the several judicial districts and for county City Ward Borough and township Ottha cars for regular terms of service shall be held n the Muni election Day namely. Or sup tint in a Judy Ela five office which he is or May be a thorl7.e�l to to a if the vacancy shall Hap pen during 11>�> session of the Senate the governor Hall nominate to the sen note. Before their final adjournment a proper Pierson to fill a Aid vacancy but in any such Case of vacancy in an Clec Tive offic. In person shall be chosen to _ a 1 said office at the next general election. Quot unless the a Caney a Hall happen within three Calendar months immediately preceding such election in which Case the election of a or said office shall to held at the second succeeding general election to acting on executive nominations the Senate shall St with open doors and. In fion of Vic common wealth arid in brei to carry the same into Complete opera Tion. It in hereby declared that in the ase of officers elected by the people All terms of fixed by act of Assembly at an Odd number of years shall each be lengthened one year but the legislature May change the length of the term provid d the terms for which such officers Are elected shall always be for an even number of years. The. Above Extension of official terms shall not affect officers elected at the general election of one thousand nine Hundred and eight nor any City. Ward Borough township or election division offic. Is Wlms terms of office under existing Law. End in the year one thousand nine Hundred and ten. In the your one thousand nine Hundred and ten the municipal election shall be held Quot ii the third tuesday of february As heretofore but All officers chosen at that election to a office the regular term of which is two years and also All elec Tion officers and assessors chosen at that election shall serve until the first Mon Day of december in the year one thou Sand nine a marred and eleven. A offi ears chosen at that election to offices the term of which is now four years or Lima do four years by the of caution of these amendments or this schedule shall serve until the first monday of december in the year one thousand nine Hundred and thirteen. Alt Justice of the peace magistrates a my aldermen chosen at that election shall serve until the first monday of december in the year one thousand nine Hundred and fifteen. After the year Ninete n Hundred and ten and until the legislature shall otherwise provide All terms of City. Ward Borough township and Lection division officers shall begin on the first monday of december in an Odd numbered year. All City Ward Borough and town Sadr offic is office at the. Approval of these amendments whose terms of office May end in Tho year on it thousand nine Hundred and eleven Shai continue p. Hold their offices until the first to id a of de it Ember of that s in All Jalof the. Courts for the several ,1 districts and also All county officers holding office at Tho data of tin approval it it of these amendments whose terms of office May end in the year one thousand nine Hundred and eleven Sha continue to hold their offices until the first monday of january Ono thousand nine Hundred and twelve a inc Coj joint b in i Bert me Ai i seep tary of the Commonwealth confirming of rejecting the nominations the tuesday next following the first Mon of the governor the vote shall be taken v ,. November in a i n Odd numbered by yeas and nays and shall be entered on Yar. But the general Assembly May by the journal so us to read is follows jaw la a Tiff Fernt Day. Two thirds of All i a a Shal Nom i it it and by and with the members of each House consenting the advice and ent of to it thirds of thereto provided that Auch election All the members of the Senate appoints la be held in an Odd numbered a Secretary of the Commonwealth and year an attorney a a turn during pleasure a a Atn,.ndment seven to article eight Sec superintendent Ltd of Public instruction for Tion fourteen four years and such other officers of the Commonwealth As he is or May be authorized i \ tin Constitution or by Law to appoint la a a a Hull have Power to fill All vacancies that May happen. In offices to which he May appoint during the re Section s Amend Section fourteen of article eight which rends As follows a Quot District election Hoard shall consist of a judge lid two inspectors who shall be chosen annually by the citizens each elector shall have the right to vote for the Cess of th1 Senate by granting commis. Judge and one inspector and each inspect Slons which shall expire at Tho end of a or to 11 appoint a a a it it their next to fill during this of the Senate in the office of auditor general. State treasurer Secretary of internal affairs or Supi riot cd Public instruction in a judicial or in any other elective office which m is or May in authorized to fill. If tit vacancy shall happen during the session of the Senate the governor shall nominate to the Senate before their final adjournment a proper person to till said vacancy but in any such a so of vacancy in an elective of flee a person shall be chosen to said of on the to us mrs. Joseph Weidiman end children Hazel and Beatrice East Market Street have returned after a visit with it lends and relatives at Philadelphia Aud Atlantic cite. Its. Peter a Keefer of spent yesterday with friends in this it qty. Harry Hall of a Neubury spent yesterday with friends in this City. Miss Etna pulk left yesterday for a visit at the Isaac. West tamp at Selinsgrove. Major Frick left yesterday scr the West Camp at Selim Grove where he will spend several Days. Or. Aud mrs. H. Q. Cobb of Mifflin Burg were greets at the Home of or of this Constitution unless the vacancy1 appoint Shah happen within two Calendar months Law Pri v 1mm�dlal i it Pic Ding such election Day. Pointon it in who h Casi the election ter said office to App shall be him on Tho second succeeding such i a a it election Dav appropriate log cd office Sain in acting on executive no Senate shall sit with up a confirming or rejecting the of the governor the vote getting ready for a fresh Start. Gwendolyn de Courtenay the handsome society favorite was nervously agitated. Even a Blind baggage car could see Flint. She paced up and Down in front of the Large Cheval Glass in her room. Evidently she was greatly aggrieved Over something. Finally her High Strung nerves got churned up to such a pitch that she lost control Over herself and began to i clutch and Lea wildly at her hair pulling it out in Large handfuls. Your sympathetic nature is around and you cry Quot the poor woman is Tern insane. Why does no to some Oue Stop her before she does herself u i. The Ali Iii. D. Bodily she must be in terrible a Quot u7 re Al 1 mental agony to stand the pain of pulling her hair out by the but Hist la not too lavish with your sympathy Friend. Up to now Gwendolyn has pulled off Only fourteen pounds of puffs three Miles of interlocking switches and a few detachable curls. She has some Distacio go yet before she touches the real Cross your heart hair. Gwendolyn in merely distracted because her maid cannot get her floating hirsute equip ment on in becoming array. She a clerk. The first he shall have Power to on Hoard for any new District shall be i vacancy that May happen selected and vacancies in election boards filled As shall be provided by Law. Elec Tion Quot fib Era shall be privileged from ar-1 and mrs. John Eisen limit Mill Street rent Upari Day of election and while in aged in making up Ami transmitting a j a a turns except upon warrant of a court j mit s Mary Oneriv of Baltimore is of record or judge thereof for an elec. Quot. Ilon irau.1. For felony a torn Anton. A a it he longer cd la. Breach of the peace. In cities they claim exemption from jury duty during j the or terms of to is to read a a District election boards shall consist a judge and two inspectors who shall be chosen biennially by the citizens at the i a Lection Day appropriate municipal cd action hut the general As ring to tin provisions Sembol May Riuli said boards to Bec cars Street. By. Kase West transacted business in i i Arr Surg yesterday or Aid mrs. Aie Xander at Htu i. Atid it Hildren of Cedar Street live if. Ureil after a visit wit i relative in such Tinann r As it May by a Laws regulating the a Berwick said boards May be enacted Itu s Only . That or. Ami mrs. J. Hurtch Doit Aud a uniform for Cit Lea of to. Chlud n of Wilkes Parte left for each elector shall have the j a 1 i in 11 i s the right to Quot to for the judge and one in Berwick Yent Day after a visit with a a a a a is. in san tor and Nch inspector shall Ippolitti it nil. A denominations a All to a taken by yeas and nays and on the journal. Am and tent two to in Tion Twenty a Section j Amend Section a a Arnle fur we Ticoli read a a a the term Quot to the so a to j affairs a Lia be four Yurs. Of it a it ten Tai three years Ami treasurer two years that ii he no a is Shal. Of the person on clerk the first election Board for any new District shall he selected and pm vacancies in election hoards filled As shall tie provided by Law election null a cers shall be privileged from arrest upon Day a Quot of election and while engaged in of making a my transmitting returns except upon \ i Riant of n court of record no or Ridge thereof for an election fraud. To for Quot Or for Wanton broach of the cities they May claim comp by duty during their terms of Ted to the office of Anditon state treasurer shall be capable of holding the same Oftis be for Livo consecutive so ast it read. The terms of the. Ser. Tary of internal Elded of a a i in this constr tue u affairs the auditor general and the he to it i a r appointed As no sent a Treasur r shall each be four years by . A a is to Rad and they shall be chosen by the Iii Liti 1 All off electors it of the state at a. Ral elections Elded a but n state treasurer elected in the a it elected one thousand nine to under t and nine. It a Lav stat 1 serve for three years and his a a if a. _ censors shall the elected at the general Day a a election in the year one thousand nine be held Hundred und twelve and in every fourth rept we year thereafter. No person elected to the May i office Quot of auditor general of state treas simple getting rend fora Frosli Start Urr so a a 1 Pabie holding 11�� a a. A same Quot a a a i Rise Tulve terms. Anu Nuiji to three to article five. Sec a flit a wait r . It left yesterday for .4 visa i with fit i is in Philadelphia is say Spirrh Ely s Creain a in is quickly Hsi. Or j. Quot gives Relief a. Onto. Ii Deans it soothes heals Aud Tropic cat Tho discus of pm in Branc resulting Felt a Catarrh and drives in a t o Law Jim a Coul in Quot it a Hay fever directed in Ltd a a u. Full size a ill i t. To i of stat Ltd Lay mail. In liquid form 75. Let a Lection Ely Brothers 5 5 Quot Warren Street new York. Local is shall i municipal election Day. Sex n Quot Ither in a a a. Spa a Al elections j 60 years experience a nement eight to article to la. Section Ono action s. Amend Section one article la. Which reads is follows a Hose selection in not pro All 1�. To. Whose in this constr tue a a a Point d is in Gen a puck. Tionel Al. Pennsylvania Railroad born a son. It of was born to or. Aud mrs. N Wagner honeymoon Street on the theoretical gentlemen Are All Verv Nistl Flash on paper Leven Day excursion i Ocean Grove Camp meeting 3sbury Parb or Long Branch. Friday August 27, 1909 found $4.50 trip from South Danville. Tickets Good going Only on train leaving b 00 a. M Good returning on till regular trains. Covers closing sunday and monday f Canp meeting. Consult nearest ticket agent. J r. Wood passenger traffic manager. Geo. W. Boyd. General passenger agent. Bridge letting. Plans Aud Speerli callous Are on file at the county commissioners office in Dau Vilh pa., for three 8 steel Bridge. With Concrete floor one 54 feet Long by 14 feet wide Oue la i feet Long by 14 feet wide Auto our in feet Long by 14 Feer wide. Bids will be received until 12 of clock noon saturday August 14th, , the said bids to lie opened at 1 30 p. M. A certified Check must be deposited with the commissioners clerk at or before 10 of clock a. A. Saturday. August 14th by each Birider As follows $500.00 for Large Bridge and $200.00 for each of the smaller Bridges. The county commissioners Reserve the right to reject any or All bids. By order of the county commissioners attest a Horace c. Blue clerk. Aug. 5. Bridge letting no. 2. Plaus and specifications Are on tile at the county commissioners office in Danville pa., for Oue steel fridge with Concrete floor 40 feet Leng by i i feet wide. Bids will be received Nutil 12 o clock Noou saturday aug int 14th, 1909. The said bids to be opened at 1 30 p. M. A certified Check for $200.00 must be deposited wit i the commissioners clerk at or before 10 o clock a. In. Saturday aug St j4th, by each bid la. T a c Sun a to pc a in it a a or a a a it i la j r j a a a a ii a bins. By t i aunty of it air he users. Attest. A crude c. Bit. Ltd re. Amend mention Leven of a vol. B a ads follows a As otherwise provided in this Justice of the peace or Al Seiti Oti title rive. Quot except constr tue i Derrien shall tie elected in the Sev wards District by Roufis mid townships at the time of tie election of constables by the quit Lufi electors thereof in such manner a nil b directed by Law and shall be by tie governor for a term i i to years no township Ward District it a Borough shall elect More ginning than two justices of tie peace or Abler next red to fill in exp a a terms amending. T nine to article fourteen. Section two. In Amend Section two of Artl a fourteen which rends As follows Quot of tint offi. Cars shall he elected at the Genero l elections and shall hold their offices for tie term of three years he a the first monday of january next aft r their election and until their successor shall be duly sea lifted All vacancies not otherwise provided for. Shall be filled in such manner As May be provided la Law Quot so As 1�> read fount officers shall be elected at the municipal de�2tlons and shall hold their offic a for the to it pm a f four y is but in first monday of january air election and until their patents designs copyrights a men without the consent of a majority sue Ltd by Del of tie qualified electors within such town Vicai a a a i incr i. I a ship Ward or Borough no person shall Shad ,1 in such r be elected to such office Una so be shall Baw. Have resided if Hon the township Borough ame Armeni ten to article Ward or District for one year next priced Section seven ing his election in cities containing of it r Section it Amend Section fifty thousand inhabitants not More than one Alderman shall be elected to East h Ward or sons to read except As otherwise provided in this Constitution. Justices of the peace or aldermen shall be elected in the several wards districts boroughs or townships. By the qua i. Municipal fourteen which reads As Folio Quot Throe county commissioners and three county auditors shall be elected in each county where such officers Are chosen in the year one thousand eight Hundred and seventy ii a and every third year Thore. After and in Tho election of said officers i electors thereof at the each Quaite a elector shall vote for no Tion. In such manner As More Titan two persons and the three Annne a ending Askera und description quickly ascertain our opinion fro whether a a invention is probably pm Cut Able. Oin Munira ton strictly . Handbook on patents sent Freo. Oldest Agency Lor securing patents. Patents taken through Munn a co. Racettc to racial not i without charge in Tho scientific american. A handsomely illustrated weekly. I Argest it. be ruination of any Semient Lac journal. Tenns. F t . Bold by ail new dealers Munn amp co 361 Broadway. New York Braunb office. 626 v St washington.�. C. On. Or tire to lifted idea Al for. Shall be Illic Ted by Law. And shall i commissioned by the governor for a term of sex no township Ward District or Borough shall elect More than to j peace without to. of a majority of the qualified Ltd a Quot to within such township Ward or Borough no person shall be elected to i fit Ilce uni a a lie shall have resided within t tie township Borough Ward or it ii t for Ono year next pro ceding his a a it to in in cities Over fifty thousand inhabitants. Jinn one ii shall be per�"ti8 having tie highest number Quot of votes shall i a elected any casual vacancy in the Oslo Quot Quot of county commissioner or county auditor shall be filled by the court of it Quot i which such appointment county who commissioner to be filled Quot three co a Ontal Ning county at ult not mor county i each Amend i i t to a cd to to article five 8c< in twelve. Section twelve of Arti a . Which . Section fat clo five of As follow Quot in 1�?~hiluibdphia there shall be established for each thirty thousand inhabit non pleas of tie county in Teancy shall occur by the f an elector of the proper shall have voted for the or auditor whose place is Oas to read a v Quot and three is a Hull he elected to each such officer Are chosen. In the year one thousand nine Hundred und eleven and every fourth year the re Ift a and in Tho election of said officers each qualified doctor shall Voto for no More than two persons and the three persons having the highest number of votes shall be elected any casual vacancy in the office of county commit sooner or p i a an a Tabule doctors find a Good prescription for Mankind. The 5-Ccnt packet is enough for Occasione. The family bottle Lite Gentr font inn h Supply for a year All druggists. Ants one court not of record of police county auditor shall be filled by the court and civil causes with jurisdiction not it common pleas of the county in which exceeding one Hundred dollars such Ruch vacancy a Hall occur by the appoint courts Shuff be hold by magistrates whose ment of a term of off to shall be Tive years and who it they a Hail a elected on general ticket slow a by the a i modified voters at Large and in Fili Etie Fth it said magistrates no f. Voter i a i. A a a Mic thar. Two thirds of to it. T. A i j person a it be elected to f the i a Aper county t for tha com Mhz lit. 1 place is to be a amendments. Hat a Incon Vencenc in Njo a. 111�?� go a a in Windsor hotel w t. Imp Barkeit. Manager. I Ilus Between Broad St. Station and Reading terminal on Filbert St european. $1.00 per Day and up american. $2.50 per Day and up a rope tuition a rial a a on a Vine in Phi a i.pi1/a

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