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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaState Library. Hong paper a for tie Home he circulation of tins pour is in reas it 1 rapidly it will pay you to Alvertise in the Ameku an subscription $1 per year nit Irv let ii he a / Quot this country will no Var i entirely free until it supplies allot it sown demands with its own i of. A Danville. 1�a�?z till 1jsday, Alt St is 1000. Established in 1855 a u i i do Ltd a ill i i. H a Iii Soa in . A. a a mls Rausch Hii i intestine laity. Albert Girton a Nve ii known Fanner re a six lit Ivr Almit three Miles this Side of i ii i it ill m is. The persistent or a a ii usually w ins out so Iii la summer girl will ii Muo want try \ Long a lev quell is a tue soon to even up tilings Piula i Lii i me a Haler now feel a i Hill �1�>v i their Siuai a a Junius i in tu11 who in is not get warm i i t. R to a a liar tie a Days must is tin a dermis of a Salam Uidl a is Rii a f Tuaumu Are already making Manifest in the display i Apt tin a f Hunter of Montan Ion. I Iii it ii county a civil War Veteran a a. Years old lot his leg under the it Ais at tie Law Churg re ailing rail Load stat Loti Asa Uig lit wat Al a naut Ieok brewery in id up Lay burglars who secured a a a a i Felt pm the Hilt Ottine by blow aug open the Safe 1 a a p r i Tio i it Urnel to animals has a bad heart. The buy in Erson is less unhappy than the Idle just now. Tie Keidd is entitled to the Aiu Pavliv a f her neighbors patriotism of the la est Brand acts while the it tier sort talks. Tie 14.�?� a Story Teller i getting in a Ion rattling ones these Days. Ote of a a a latest rumours concerning polite n a w York state is to the a the it his Triet attorney Lerome a Pratt nearly made up his mind to full or g a Lior Llly Lem Idell Tiv. Just. The la i uce Essul race for District attorn \ w As made a tory inspector 1 Jelaney issued in True i u s to deputies to order tin dismissal fall children under 14 years f age employ e. In Industrial establish limits and to prosecute employer. Tin juvenile burglar stars out to a take the journey a it life with a very a Riou Handicap it is always possible for him to Reform and to Lead a Good Lif hut the memory of his Youthful Blunder will a a loud Bis entire Futura a n Ord breaking crop of Delaware in ache w As promised a Tew weeks ago. Hut in hot wave and excessive ram a Hay used the fruit to drop and turn 1 the crop into a failure. In w Ijen a w Jersey and new y re a Taeb clips Are said to be fair. A tip is indicated that has ouly Oneel ii -urjm.-sed, and All the i Ere i i a a Rauie of a creation of wealth which makes business the merchant. Manufacturer rail Road it it. Which ought to give the i listed state Moth r year of Prospo Tity. Tax figures of the w hot crop of it Quot. 1�?~xmsl the crap of a to <1.00 .001 the Best a a Tal. That to Harvest is s. Nearly go aned that it is almost impossible to conceive of a a of unfavourable develop in lit who. I might bring the final out turn i Low that of lat year. I he i Hauge of plans for the Cape Tol do. At my. Whereby the banquet will Lee held at Yoou so that of reside it ro.,-.\.t May i a guest is to is com mended the dinner w ill Lee a me of notable feature of this extra Ord liar a of Casio a. Mrky a Gefeller says i a thinks a is i a a a a r in and eve n Magazin writ or i harming considering w has ouse of a in Hae said of him this it a Lear proof they be u i rest i mated in in Stahl no is. At any rate seventeen ice dealers and six ice it Ipanis Iii Boston have la Een indicted by to Suffolk county grand jury and t a pros it Tiitu of Ca is against Artie involved in the ice business at Toledo Ohio Halm ii he gun a relic of Olden Days i. Still seen at Northup Iilah Rland in the sign learing to. M i i a l Hilado la Liia so Reading rail to a a. Tags ticket the 11lie ran ouly As far As tin town of Reading to lib it tags eos a carried pay angers thence by Way of tap to Danville to Berk is a growing suspicion by the be Tim oily off a la a a artists that the late Stanford White a not the foul a nature tin Friend of Voung thaw have made him out la surely lad a multitude of friends who Are a devoted to his me Norv an i pro a so to resent the a fort no a be to make him an infamous recollect in a not w the Manv obstacles that have Ite ii strewn in the path a if Danville Road makers it looks As if to la la i a in had let a surmounted and the Mill paving Toubl in a Puli a. To a Eek la and mud to soul finish it can Tottie to v a Mill. He Imp the in Burn Why a Loesa in Ltd a pm Ito Ting Why a in a we feel in Happy in the a �1.1 Sumner timer a it in wifi wit. H Lla Al Salve and the e Little ills a tout bother u i a earn to look for the name on tin to get the Gennivie Sid by dailies a co 1 ice cd town died very sult la la uly heart d i it As yesterday afternoon. The lifeless Hod of or Girton was found Ott the Hych he his son Fred about 3 30 of clock or a it Otic a death came As a great Shock to his in my friends and to his t Amily. About 10 minutes before his body was found on flu xxi Rich he Lead i Imi ii at flu Ham whore Liis Sou was working. The deceased w As 60 years a of age of the 24th of july. He was the son of Wesley Girton Ami a native a of this county having been Horn at Kaseville. Or Kirton was a Veteran of tin civil War and a member of the Madison Baptist Church. He is survived by his Mother his wife and five sons Raymond of Hoo Ashur Prei Erick Archibald. Otto and Robert All of w Hom Revillo at Home. Mrs. Daniel Williams mid a liar Les Kirton of Madison township a to Columbia county Are Sisty or and Bratli i of the it la leased. The funeral w ill Taso place Satur Ilav in Efing at the Homo at i of clock i the afternoon Rev. K h. Munro will conduct the services interment at White Hall. Sheriff Georgo conducted Duvil Candy to it the House of ref last week on Bis return Satur cute resting description l p s of ugh a i. Day gave an a of the institution which will prov sex Cal Fleet in g of Council. A special meeting of come Ilas required he Law was held last night to Bear any objections that might he offered to tin paving proposition relating to North Mill Street no one a a a eared a however Ami so far As objections Are conc end there is nothing tip stand in the Way of the improvement. Another matter developed however which if was feared might Lead to some complications Secretary Hatton read a letter from state Highway a Onu Nissim r Hunter which explained that a misunderstanding existed be of Wen tie Borough of Danville Ami the state High was department a that the state would not Pav for the paving of three fourths of to foot in Width As ii med to be the impression of Council hut Only three fourths of ii feet. This was wholly different from along represented revelation to Many of our readers who had preconceived of a much More re pm Dleist place. The House of Refuge where Daniel Malv was taken is situated at Jlon Mills Twenty Miles out front Philadelphia Tow aril West Chester. On the a Way there the sheriff and his charge were obliged to spend half an hour in Philadelphia. The Short sojourn in the Metropolis of Fonod the Hoy a new experience. He was half terrified with the tumult of business and traffic and while dodging tie Street cars the automobiles and Tom hundreds of vehicles be Seizel hold of the sheriff with a tight grip. He was much impressed with the statue of a Hilly Penn on the Tower of City Hall and tax sheriff was kept Busy answering questions. The a House of refugee is in reality a farm of 550 acres occupying one of the most Beautiful Sites in the Conn try. After leaving tie cars the visitor climbs a Hill and there two Bun dred feet above the Railroad the Broad acres with the Beautiful Ami imposing buildings spread out before the Eye. There is nothing to suggest a Dingy prison House enclosed with frowning Walls on the contrary the him sky the Broad Fields and tax growing crops a the Busy scene presented where Over six Hundred boys Are Wiki us out their a Les tiny carries with it tax suggestion of Freedom and Contentment rather than the harsh idea of restraint and punishment. To he exact there Are just �3 hons at the institution apparently Between the age a of m Ltd a 10 and 11. That the boys Are under firm discipline then i no doubt but every Effort is m us a t it make life pleasant for them i t win them Over to tin hitter Lite a the strength of Beautiful examples by tender treatment and kind counsel thus whatever spark of goods re Mains in the Little of Epos is develop <�1, while the propensities toward evil Are held in Check so that by Ami he it becomes a habit with the Mot of them what had been All to the Borough by representative of 1� respectful truthful mid Law to lib stall Iii Oliway ill Kirim it it Ami Abidin. No difficulty what or u that it eau Sorl Surprise is putting it very mildly. Council had figured Oil paying for tax paving of about Oue Irile of tax Street the Width left after the fifteen feet paved by the state was Ile-Luete-1.hut now with the state paying for ouly twelve feet the Borough would hav to Imp it the Cost of paving twi qty feet. Tax matter was a list missed at length when in View of the bad condition of North Mill Street it s emed to he the Sens of All that the work should go on a planned no with tamling the of Cost. Tax from tax state Highway commissioner was therefore accepted and or Lerell Spray a on tax minutes. I of motion of or. Royer it was Ord a my that the standing cd it Smittee of a Oiin cil in conjunction with tax Bor Ough so Elicitor should pro pare and re Smirt to Council for it of Mial and final consideration at its next meeting the relating to tax paving and Macada Mizing of North Mill Street. A Small roys affliction. Thomas tax five year old son of Edward Shultz a if near royals station who had tax misfortune to break his Arm Throe weeks ago yesterday is doubly at Lii to Das in met with another Accident tuesday night in which he sustained a fractured leg. Little Thomas was playing tag with his brother and a. Running to get out of tax Way when la tripped Over sonic Obs Laeh with his broken Arm in a ling la was unable to save himself and la 1 11 upon the ground while ins brother w to was close on his heels was unable to Stop and fell prostrate upon him. In tax mix tip Thomas left. Leg was broken above tax pm. He was Carris Al to Rex House and or. Jam Roii Shultz of this City was called who set the broken hone. The Little la Yas his Arm improved was beginning to enjoy his Freedom and a. Running around with much Delight but now As the result of his second Accident la is helpless enough and it w ill he Many weeks before he will la aide to move about. Evans named in conference. Hon. A liar Les a. Evans was unanimously nominated for president judge of this District by tax Republican conf re s of a Duin Bia and Montour afternoon in tax Columbia count \ court House it blooms Burg where the conference was held. There were present at the meeting the following a Unfer lame poster 11. M. Tschoi h. Of my tour county and j. A. Brown c. E. Kreisher Aud .1. Ii. Christian of Columbia county. Tax conf Renei was organized he the election of Hon. James Foster presi Dent and c e Krisht a and j. C Brown sign tries As James Scarlet esq., of tin county was unavoidably absent the Montour con forces were authorized to it this vote. Tax nomination of Hon. Liar Les c. Evan of Ivow of a or president judge of tax a it Atli judicial District was math by a a Lariat Ion unanimously. Tie meeting was then adjourned. Peri Eloed in keeping tax boys at 11 it institution and a Large Mimex i of a r ii Anent reforms Are a footed. The work on the farm is Don by the Hoys w to Are also taught useful trades. May of the buildings were erected by the Imu ates. There is a school at tax institution Anda portion of each a Lay must he spent in study under competent teachers. Neither is religious training neglected. Prom in a int among the buildings is a Large Church where each Hoy every sum Lay must attend worship. At a 30 there is mass for those of tax Catholic Faith at 10 of clock there is service for tax protestants while the afternoon i set apart for those a if the jewish Faith. The Hoys Are required to go to Bod each night at 8 Oslo a and to it arise at a a. In. Relieving that a clean Well nourished Well developed body is inseparable from a Well balanced mind and proper moral conceptions the physical welfare of the inmates is very closely looked after. They Are Given the Best cooked and most nourishing food. As the first thing upon arising in the morning each Hoy is required t a take a Shower hath while the most striking building is a gymnasium approximately 300 feet in length which it Ost $50,000. It contains a swimming Pool and in Winter is heated with steam. Sheriff Mains was impressed with the Contentment shown by the boys Aud the Fidelity and the willingness with which they seemed to per Orin their tasks. He could readily under stand Why none of them wished to run away. Even Daniel Candy seemed to catch the idea that in some Way he was to in he Newitt in and offered no objections whatever when the sheriff left hut remained behind in the Best of spirits. Republican committee. The following Iopu Hilean county committee was appointed at the recent Republican county convention hold in tax court House this City Anthony township Myers Bitler Ottawa Sylvester Pursel White Hall. Cooper township a John f. Krum r. F. D no. 4 Alonzo Mauser prov aria. Derry township�?11. A. Sndyer p. E. Mourer Strawberry Ridge. Danville first Ward of. R. Sch Icli w. V. Oglesby second Ward Harry Woodside William lies third Ward o. F. Young Seth former fourth War la Alex. Foster John Morral i. Liberty township w. U. Ford Charles Stahl Mooresburg. Limestone township c. W. L a or a Miles Derr. Milton r. F. 1. No. 1. Mahoning township Edward White r. F. D. No. 4 w. W. Diehl Bloom a it and. Valley township p. E. Maus r. F d no 2 William Gething r i 11 no. 4. West Hemlock township Mattox a maus r. F. D. No. 3. Ii e Sand i r. F. I no. 4. Washing Tony i lie John i Lehrling a forgo w Tomis. Alcohol is in Man s Fri Inland Mot menus enemy. Irland Lanshe of , and Fred Whitmore of Pottsville spent sunday with friends in this cite. Or. And mrs. Charles Haring of Washington d. A. Are visiting their Sou d. E. Haring grand Street. George Steiner enter of Wilkes Barre was the guest Over sunday of relatives in this City. Miss Edna Evans of Oxford is the guest of miss Julia Argrave. George Maiers of Shamokin spent sunday with friends in this City. Stewart Good of Scranton is a guest at tax Home of Edward Wetzel front Street. Or. Aud mrs. D. It. Williams have returned from a visit at Bedford Springs. Miss Maud Thompson of Philadelphia is tax guest of her sister mrs. Richard Hullihen Mill Street. Or. And mrs. J. Robert Gil Fen of Philadelphia Are visiting at the Homo of Edward Wetzel front Street. Miss Martha Russell returned yesterday from a trip to Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. Reese Edmondson re turned yesterday from a visit at Atlantic City. Miss Jennie Harris fat Youngstown Ohio is visiting at tax Home of her aunt mrs. T. J. Price East Market Street. Mrs. Samuel Bailey and son George returned yesterday from a visit with friends in Pittston. Master Edward Jennings and miss Henrietta Jennings returned yesterday from a visit with their aunt miss Henrietta Lyon. Williamsport. Miss Marjory Voris of Scranton spent yesterday in this City As a guest at the Home of or. Ami or l. Vori ferry Street or. And mrs i e Copperfield of Philadelphia will arrive t a a i a lira visit with mrs Emma Peri a my g. 1. So it h. Mill St it a festival will i held on so urn evening at Long a Church fur the Benefit of the minister or. And mrs. End returned 1 it evening from a trip to Atlantic City. William Jenkins left yesterday morning to enter tax so Al lib rss Home at Hamilton Virginia John ii Hunt transacted Ini in it in such urn esterday. Robert m lion and Joseph Fetters left morning for Sunbury where they have a erected positions. Mrs. W. F. Pattison returned to Holme Burg morning after an extended visit at tax Home of or Ami mrs. William g Kramer West Mahoning Street. Miss Bertha Kramer returned to loll Mehurg yest Eulav after a visit at tax Home of her Par its or. Ami mrs. William g. Lramer. Mrs. Martha Keener and miss Tillio Keener will spend today with friends in Sunbury. Or. Aud mrs. 1 Larrv Pooh and daughter of Bristol who Are visiting at the Home of mrs. Popes parents or. Aud mrs. Daniel Mottern East Market Street spent a St Day in Sunbury As the guests of or and mrs. E a. Rogers. Miss Mary Lyon of Kline Grove is the guest of tax misses Elizabeth and Verna Reed Mowrey Street. Frank freeze of Philadelphia is visiting at the Home of his Mother mrs. Oliver Johnson factory Street. Mrs. Emma a. Woods and sister mrs. Elia Rote of Philadelphia Are visiting friends in Benton. Mrs. Robert Pauli jr., is spend ing a few Days in Berwick this week. I. I Williams was a Sunbury visitor yesterday. Mrs. Perry Bennett and daughter returned to Sunbury yesterday after a v Isit at tax Homes of Elmer Sidler and g w. Rennett in Fri a Styve Alley. Thomas g Vincent left yesterday for a trip to Lewistown and Harrisburg. Mrs. Charles n. Kight returned yesterday to san Antonio Texas after ail extended visit with relatives in this Vicinity. Miss Edna Evans of Oxford who has been visiting miss Julia Argrave left yesterday for a visit with friends in Lancaster. Emanuel Hagenh Aeh of it. Airy Philadelphia is visiting his nephews prank and John det Wiler lower Mulberry Street. William Foster of Lewisburg was a business visitor ill this City yesterday. X. P. Leduc was a Williamsport visitor be Stensny. Claro a no Cromley has returned to Burnham after a visit w Ith his family on y i a Street. The Republican conferees of the sixteenth judicial District held their con Forduce in this City tuesday and unanimously nominated or. E. W. Samuel of it. Carmel As candidate for congressman. The meeting was held at tax Montour Lions. The hour set for meeting was 11 of clock hut Tho conferees from Sullivan county not being Able to get to Danville until the arrival a it of the 11 23 p. A a r. Train it was necessary to postpone the conference. It was 11 45 of clock before the conferees went into session. The nomination was soon made. Professor g. E. Wilbur chairman of tax Republican committee of Columbia county called tax meeting to or la a. La a neat Little speech to dwelt upon the Harmony existing in the Republican party in this District and tax Brilliant projects for Success at next Falls election. J. H. Cat eral 1, of Berwick was chosen chairman of tax conference. Ralph Kisner esq., of this City and Jacob Wagner of Watsontown wore Al Ctet a secretaries. A Roll of conferees was called when the following responded to their names Montour county a t. J. Price Ralph Kisner esq., Ami a i. W. Farnsworth. Columbia county w. O. Holmes Ami j. A. Millard of Bloomsburg j. H. Catterall of Berwick Ami or. J. M. Gwinner of Contrella. Northumberland county a d. E. Shuster Shamokin w. R. Lord it. Carmel c. L. Kromer Sunbury Jacob Wagner Watsontown or. B l. Morschner Dalmatia. Sullivan county a h. W. Osier Bernice or. J. H. Davies. Forks ill. Camping party a party of Young people he ape roiled bar. Aul mrs. Arthur Lawrn it left yesterday morning for a toll Days ramping Outing at Forks near Benton Ltd of Nihin a a minty. In tax party were misses Sophia Krum m a Lames Lulu and a Arrie Horton Margan t Evans Mary Vigg of tins Ryty. Sara Law a no a of maus Dah ill Maine hot inn of Northuis Berland Frank Gui Fow Dav id Evans Theodor Horton a Baths Wilson and Larrv Lawrence. Or. E. W Sam eel the conferee be immediately proceeded with the nomination. I. E. Shuster of Shamokin nominated or. W. E. Samuel As candidate for Congress in the sixteenth District dwelling upon Tho hitters line record in Congress upon his steadfast Ami Sterling qualities As a citizen. Ezor fifteen years he said to had been associated with or. Samuel and As he was fifteen years ago so he is today Tho same solid and honorable citizen the same True Friend whose motives were never questioned. Ralph Kisner esq., of this City seconded the nomination paying an eloquent tribute to or. Samuel with whom lie said la had been associated since ii is last election. He dwelt upon his record in , upon 11 is interest in local affairs Ami the Fidelity with which he kept All his promises. He believed that a Republican Cou guess is necessary in order to uphold and perpetuate Tho policy of president Roosevelt who stands by the Side of the common people. There being no opposition to or. Samuel the Secretary was instructed to cast a ballot for the nominee after which or. Samuel was declared the Republican nominee for Congress in tax sixteenth District. The chairman appointed d. E. Shuster Aud Ralph Kisner a committee to notify or. Samuel of his nomination. The committee retired Ami soon after returned with the candidate. Or. Samuel made a pleasing address in which he thanked the conferees for tax Honor conferred upon him Ami dwelt upon the prospects of Rupsh Licus Success next fall. He compared the present favourable Outlook with conditions when the conference met at Danville two years ago and lie received the nomination for Congress. The nomination then he said was i looked us ii As a forlorn Hope an empty Honor. He succeeded in being elected however Ami during his term in Congress had endeavoured to make a record for himself and the party. If he had made any mistakes to begged that they would be regarded As mistakes of the head and not of the heart. He had done the very Best that he could for his constituents. If rely noted lie said it would i his aim to sustain his past record and to it do the very Host that lie could for tie District and the party. At the conclusion of or. Samuel a 1 address tax conference adjourned sine lit. The conference brought together quit a number Ltd of leading republicans which pretty Well filled up the Montour House. In addition to the conferees tax following prominent persons were present Roberts. Bowman of Berwick a. R. Whitney Arthur Sharpless and in d Holmes of blooms Hurt. Every Workingman is entitled to a wag a that will permit him to maintain his family in Comfort at a meeting monday evening the school Hoard tax k decisive action to break up tax had practice of congregating about the school buildings at night which is indulged in by unruly boys. Tho matter was brought up at the previous meeting and it was ordered that the attention of the police to called to the matter. Last night or. Fischer reported that there was no abatement in the nuisance which is becoming worse As time wears of. La tie fourth Ward and of Welsh Hill especially frequently until half past i ii of clock at night Tho school grounds Are the scenes of such Dison Ler As to make a residence in that Vic Iuit undesirable. The nuisance became so flagrant that he did not consider it advisable to wait for the regular meeting but had authorized Constable w. E. Young to visit tie spot at night and arrest tax first offender found there. Or. Fischer a action in authorizing arrests met the approval of the Board and of motion it was ordered that he he sustained. The Board feels confident that arrests w ill follow Aud that the bad practice will be broken up. The committee Root Ortelt a the repair authorized in each of the wards As progressing nicely. The members from the different wards called attention to some additional repairs which in Eracli instant were authorized. Or. Trumbower called attention to the advisability of purchasing Lead Pencil sharpeners for tax schools Ami said he thought one should be purchased for each Ward. The matter was this in Steil at some length when on motion of or. Fischer the committee on up pipes was requested to examine the different kinds of lend Pencil sharpeners Ami report As to their relative merits at tax next meeting. A it a motion of or Pursel it was ordered that a a Peters modern chemistry he adopted for us in the schools. On motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that the Borough superintendent instr id the teachers of the sixth Grade who teach history to be present at a joint session with the Board at the next regular meeting on tie 27th. Inet. For tax purpose of considering tax change of text books on history. Treasurer sell ram present Al a statement Quot to finances to a late w hich showed a balance of hand of $4281.76. On motion of or. Orth it was ordered that the same rat of tuition be charged non resident pupils also that the same method of collection be employed As formerly. The following members were present Burns Orth Swartz Pursel Fischer Heiss Trumbower Lutz and Harpel Bills were James Scarlet esq., of this City Lias been select i by Dairy and food commissioner Warren to prosecute for the state milk dealers who sold milk doped with formaldehyde to the a a tonal guard at Gettysburg during the Racut Encampment. Or. Scarlet yesterday received a letter from or. Warren notifying him that he had been selected to prosecute in conjunction with a. H. Woodward esq.,of Clearfield county certain milk dealers in Adams county in september who Are charged As above stated. Special agent James Foust of tuesday was directed by or. Warren to prosecute tie Adams county milk dealers guilty of using formaldehyde. In All sixteen samples of milk doctored with this drug were obtained during the Encampment. These milk cases will All be tried Ai the september term of court in Adams county. The two attorneys who will represent the Commonwealth Are the leading criminal lawyers of the state. The cases Are attracting a great Deal of interest hut no Wiere will the Progress and the outcome of the trials be watched with greater interest than in this Section where or. Scarlet is so widely known Ami his talents Are so Well appreciated. Food commissioner Warren is also after tie Candy manufacturers and dealers. On tuesday he ordered Over fifty prosecutions in different parts of the state for Salo of adulterated candies especially such As Are heavily charged with Sulphur dioxide or sulphides. Fines and costs tuesday were deposited in the state Treasury from a number of Candy cases recently prosecuted by special agent r. M. Simmers in several counties in this part of the state. The following paid Erwin Hunter Standard Gas co c. L. Eggert. Morning news freight and drayage interest on Bonds. Ordered. $2.00 .25 1.90 1.50 2.80 150.00 Hauser family reunion. The Mauser family reunion was held at Ridgeville yesterday and attracted the usual Large assemblage it is estimated that nearly five Hundred persons were present. The reunion was held at the Ridgeville Church. The festivities to it of place in the Grove outside while a Short service which always accompanies the reunion was held in the Church where tax addresses were also delivered. The service was conducted by Rev. C. D. Ler Cli while two addresses appropriate to the event were delivered by Rev. Joseph e. Guy of Shiloh reformed Church and Rev. Fritch pastor of St. Johns lutheran Church. After the addresses an Electie a a was held which resulted in the Choice of Aaron Mauser As president Michael Mauser vice president Aud William Wert eau Secretary Aud treasurer. It was decided to it hold the next Raun Ion at the same place on the third wednesday of August 1907. The Kosten Lauder reunion held in the grave at Rupert yesterday also brought out a very Large crowd. Among others from this county who attended were George w. Roat and wife of Danville. Flarried at Philadelphia. The marriage of miss Margaret a. Reeser of Mausdale to Charles s. Matzner of Philadelphia was so Lem izod at Tho latter place in St. Rouan von Tuery a Church. The ceremony was a a form a by Rev. Father Hirs Limey i or. Miss Jennie Roeser sister of the Bride was maid of Honor and Thomas of Breiu was groomsman. The Bride was attired in White and carried White roses. The maid also wore White Aud carried Pink roses. Following tax ceremony a reception was tendered Tho couple at the Home of mrs. Arthur hey main sister of the Bride. The o mining of the City hotel under the new management of j. P. Buck took place yest Eulav. The affair lasted All a Lay aug a the new proprietor Ost a Lishco a reputation for hospitality. In the evening Fetters aug a orchestra furnished excellent music. About 10 of clock a Tine Chicken supper was served to a Large number of invited guests. Election for directors. An election of directors of tie y. M. C. A to serve for the ensuing term will be held in association building of tuesday evening August 21, Between the hours a it of 7 Ami 9. The following persons Twenty five in number representing the different churches have been named for directors Aud from this list the fifteen required will he chosen. The persons named Are As follows Mahoning presbyterian Church a ii. B. Shultz w. W. Gulick Walter Russell. Amos Yastine j. B. Watson. Grove presbyterian Church m. G. Youngman w. In. Mcclure a. H. Grone. Methodist episcopal churches William a. Sechler will g. Brown b. W. Musselman j. W. Lore o. R. Shilling j. B. Cleaver. David m. Roderick Sidney Cunard Joseph Bird Walter Lovett. Reformed Church a. R. Williams John Dietz. Baptist Church Judson still David Reese Watkin Evans. Lutheran Church a. W Swartz Joseph Divel. Thomas Reese has been selected As judge of election Aud Samuel Miller and Harry Schoch As tellers. It is hoped that every member will be present and cast his ballot As the election of directors is an important duty that no one a dodging to the association can afford to shirk. The Success of the y. M. C. A. Depends wholly upon tie judgment of the men selected Ami their willingness to serve the institution. William Forney takes Poison. William Forney jr., was found in the Alley in the rear of Mill Street about Midway Between Hunters livery stable Ami East Mahoning Street about 9 of clock last night in an insensible condition due it is believed to it taking an overdose of laudanum. The Man was found by Jack Fisher. He was then already pretty far gone. Fisher stated later that Forney Hall declared his intention of taking laudanum. Therefore when he found the Man lying in a stupor lie searched him and found a two ounce bottle of laudanum which remained ouly about one third full. Fisher at once concluded that the Many a condition was do to the drug Ami he tried his Best to induce him to walk Abs it it with the Hope of working off tie effects. He was unable to keep the Man on his feet however Ami la called upon night watchman Young for assistance. Or. Young went in quest of a physician and in due time returned with or. Newbaker. By that time tax Man was utterly unconscious and every attempt to a place him upon ii is feet failed. At the doctors request Forney was removed to the Home of his father Oil West Mahoning Street where a stomach pump was used and specific remedies were administered. Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner. Job printing fall kinds and description Ini Iii the county commissioners of Montour and Nort Humli Merlaud counties will hold a joint meeting at tie court House at Sunbury on Friday to take action on the it ringing of Telephone Ami other wires Over the River Bridge at this place. The Standard electric Light company the Bill Aud tax in item a Telephone companies All claim they have permission to carry their wires a a ver the Bridge which it appears is nut disputed. The Crew of the United Telephone company who began work of the wires tuesday were held up but objection is not to crossing the Bridge overhead but merely to the Inethel employed in carrying tie wires. On each Span projecting some eight or ten feet above the Iron work at its highest Point two uprights Ara a lusted of which it is planned to attach two or More Cross arms sufficient to carry thirty wires. The Hare upright posts themselves it is urged deface tie Bridge very much while those who picture in their fancy what the entire system of Cross arms Ami wires carried above the Iron work would look like see grave reason for objecting. Toward s. Gearhart county solicitor is among those who think that the appearance of the Bridge would be very badly spoiled if the wires Ware raised overhead As proposed. He accordingly prevailed a Jodii the Foreman of the construction Crew to suspend work until he could obtain an expression of opinion from tie two boards of county commissioners who Are responsible for the Bridge. Pursuant to this he arranged for the joint meeting to be held at Sun Bury Fri Lay when the Telephone company will be give permission to proceed with the work As planned or be obliged to devise some Plau for laying tie Cross arms Flat on the Iron work overhead As the electric Light and tie Bell companies have done. Big Maple tree Cut Down. The Large Maple tree of Church Street which for a generation or More Lias been a land Mark in tax Borough was Cut Down yesterday. The tree stood in front of the property of mrs. Emanuel Sidler Between Walnut and Church streets and had begun to eur Croach upon the sidewalk. It was a giant being about four feet Over the stump Ami High in proportion. It showed evidences of decaying near the ground and in View of its enormous height it was a question whether it was wholly Safe. Altogether it a deemed Best to remove the tree and yesterday morning it was Cut Down. No one is Able to say just How old Tho big Maple rare May be. But men Well of in life say that when they were boys the tree stood of the spot and appeared just about the same As it did when Cut Down. The tree afforded a Good Deal of Shade Aud it will to doubt Lee much missed Ami tie spot will appear very of id without it. The stump which is nearly As big a proposition As the tree will next have to be extracted As it stands of the Side of the pavement Ami but Little space for pedestrians. A wonderful potato. Joseph Snyder of no. 212 grand Street yest Eulav morning Hailei a news representative with the rather Odd query a did you Ever see a potato with an the answer of course was in tie affirmative when or. Sny it Ltd proceeded to propound a harder question a a did i you Ever see a potato with a tooth a no ready response following and the mail not wishing to appear trifling he draw from his pocket a Small potato that had grown around Ami firmly embraced the roots of a Large Ami Well developed human molar. That the tooth had belonged to a human being there seemed to be hut Little doubt and altogether the potato Ami the tooth formed a great curiosity. Street improvement is a thing entry needed in Danville. Org an All Nickle stove. An Imperial Beaver stove every Inch of which is Nickle a was placed on display saturday in the window of Foster Bros. Store Mill Street. It is a most Beautiful specimen a of the stove manufacturer s Art the like of which was never seen in Danville Ami it reflects a great Deal of credit on Tho Plant of the Danville stove Ami Iii Anu i far tur ing company both for the skilled workmanship revealed Ami the end Terp Riso shown in getting out a stove. Of that sort. The All i keeled stove it is understood will be used for advertising Puri uses. Diseased Eye extracted. Mrs. J. W. Lormeau a it of Mayberry township yesterday underwent a very painful operation which was nothing less than the removal of one of her eyes. For Many months mrs. La a Remau suffered intensely from a diseased condition of the Eye known As glaucoma. The disease is considered incurable Aud there was no other Means of Relief than to extract Tho Eye. The operation was performed yesterday afternoon by or. Cameron Shultz of this City Aud or. J. J. Brown of Bloomsburg at the Home of mrs. Edward Hummer sister of mrs. Lore Man South Danville. At last accounts the patient was doing very Well. Fun before its Over. The Campaign for the fall elections has hardly More than fairly opened and As yet the political Atiim sphere locally speaking is to the casual observer quite Clear. Thera is however nearly every indication that before the voters Settle the matter in november some Good hard Battles will have been fought in the political Arena of Mon tour county. The school Board has pail off Bond to the amount of one tax usand dollars. This fact is pointed to with Pride As a justification of the slight Advance in the tax rate

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