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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 28, 1902, Danville, Pennsylvania5.ave a a Home paper a for tie Home i lie circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will you j to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year do. 111yinu h. Jinn kiss office hours 9 a. V to .1/ Loi Mill St., 1 a v to 4 a Lii Ritte. I o. Shultz m. In. 425 Mil l. St., , in a. Diseases of the Stoume i a no a intestines a specially d k. W p. A dentist office 2is Mil i. Siikki. Eel esl Racult a without la Ain. Crown mud Bridge work a specially. Equipped with tin latest a us Moat improved and prepared to execute the most difficult work. Or. C ii. Reynolds office opposite Horton store Danville a dentistry ill All Ite branches Barite moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1x93 c0mu nsi1i news. Hey it Job printing a this country will no flu i vol. 47�?no 35. 1-Ntirhly full until it Sulit Lils All of it sown demands with its own prod hons. Danville pa., thursday August 28. Idd2. Established in ,. Vaccination delightfully Clear weather. Done to forget the Chicken Aud Noodle soap supper at St. Peters m. E. Church. Riverside tonight. A Jack Frost is now hooking dates ahead. Grapes Are beginning to take on a Pink Hue. Light overcoats Are very comfortable at night. A number of very Beautiful lawns aug a Tower gardens Are noticed in different sections of the City. A handsome american Flag was presented to major Gearhart at Manila Park on sunday. The examination for non resident pupils will he held ill the High school room of saturday afternoon from one until 5 of clock. A Large number of the members and friends of St. Peters m. E. Sunday school Pic Vicki d at Dewitt spark yesterday. The activity of the Mosquito at the Seaside resorts this season indicates that there Are some tasks too great even for science. The indications Point to a larger attendance at the Public schools this year than Ever before. Considerable complaint has been coming to the Railroad officials within the past Mouth in regard to passengers stumbling Aud falling Over dress suit cases which Are placed in the aisles of passenger coaches by other Passen ers. The attention of trainmen has been called to this nuisance by a special order stating that when suit cases cannot he put Between the seats or on them they shall he placed in the baggage car. J. E. Coxey of Sunbury was a visitor in this City yesterday. All interested persons should note that the time Lor registering voters for the fall election expires on wednesday september 3rd. In applying for registration assessment of a tax should also be insisted on especially by Young my ii Between the Ages of Twenty two and Twenty three. First voters that is Young men Between Twenty one Aud Twenty two voting on age an not required to tax hut ought to be registered. In fact every voter should see that he is registered before the evening of september 3rd. The last Day for paying taxes is Friday october 3rd. The twelfth annual convention of the Susquehanna lutheran re Union association will he held at Island Park today and from indications a Large number of people will be in attendance. A Well arranged and interesting program has been prepared. Addresses will he made by Rev. J. M. ,d.d.,Rev. . Jacobs d. I la. D., of it. Airy pa., and Rev. Marion j. Kline i. I of Baltimore. The music will let a furnished by tin Zions Church choir of Simba by. Members of the Danville dark town Hose company will unset at tin Washington Ilose House at 7 30 a. M. Friday to proceed to Bloomsburg. Reports of the state officers presented at Iii a convention of tin p. O. S. Of a in session at Williamsport show a substantial growth of the order. During tin year it made a net gain in members of 2101 nearly a a re initiated and 3538 were dropped or died. Benefits were paid amounting to $ 1117, -193,and the total receipts by Suh Ordin i Camps we re $530,230. Tin treasures 1 of the amps hold $20.7,200, and tin invested funds amount to $841,900. Tin total assets of tin Camps is stated at $1,232,000. Messes. O. K. Sober and m l. Sober two widely known agriculturist it living mar Shainkin Are determined j to break up the foraging parties of striking miners who Are visiting the firms and carrying away produce. In a Short time two finely hrs a blood hounds will he received from Virginia and if any thefts Are committed those ferocious dogs will lie put on tin Trail of tin men who commit tin depredations. The prohibition Alliance will meet tonight at half past seven instead of the usual hour 8 of clock. Important business will be transacted and a full attendance of the members is desired. The patrons of our Public schools Whoso children have not lion successfully vaccinated had better bestir themselves to comply with the Law before the beginning of the school term pm tuesday next As the Hoard has resolved that there will he no Days of Grace allowed he previously but that from the first Day of school no Pupil will he admitted without the required cd a Silicato of vaccination. The school Law is very stringent in its provisions. All principals or other persons in charge of schools Are required to refuse admission of any child to the schools under their charge or supervision except upon a certificate signed by a physician setting Forth that the child has been successfully vaccinated or that it has had the Small pox. Last year a Large number of pupils Una i it Inato a presented themselves at school on the first Day. In order that they might lose no time they were admit to a on condition that they attend to vaccination within three weeks. The plan no to work. Once in the schools the pupils in Many instances consulted their own pleasure As to vaccination and the directors were wrestling with tin problem All win to a. The Board Lias therefore decided to 1 i Viup to the letter of the Law in the future. Then is another feature of the Law that will he More strictly observed than last year. It will be observed that the Pupil must he a a successfully vaccinated. It is no secret that heretofore Many a certificate was held when the vaccination was anything else than a a successful. In inoculation doctors say the virus fails to take about Twenty five times in every Hundred. Heretofore pupils have been granted certificates on their first visit to the phys Rian. With tin understanding that they were to return for re vaccination should the inoculation not to successful. In to Many cases however the certificate itself was what was most desired and tin pupils were glad enough that the virus not take and were therefore the last ones to a port a Tai lore. The school Hoard this year will take measures to prevent the granting j of a certificate in any Case where the vaccination is not known to have been successful. Several of our physicians say that hereafter the. Will require a second visit and will withold a certificate until the Pupil can show an Arm that la aves no doubt As to the Success a it of tin vaccination. Ami fast mine workers return thanks. Shainkin pa., aug. 23, 1902. Editor the american please insert the following a port. Of the committee of United mine workers who made collections in your City on the 13th inst. We collected from the business men $8.75. At the Reading Iron works thirty four persons gave us five cents each Sovy qty five ten cents each ten persons fifteen cents each twelve per sons Twenty cents each one Hundred and fourteen persons Twenty five cuts each five persons thirty cents each two persons thirty five cents each two persons forty cents each two persons forty five cuts each Twenty two persons fifty cents each four persons one Dollar each one per son to lire dollars total seventy two dollars and Twenty five cents. F r All of which tin mine workers Are duly thankful. Please state in your paper that the committee will he in Danville on saturday the 30th inst and will collect at both Mills. Anything contributed will be thankfully received. Respectfully Patrick Smith treas. Of com. St. Paul s doubly honoured. St. Paul a m. E. Church this City has in a a n doubly honoured. Not Only has its pastor Rev. Harry Curtin Harman been appointed a ministerial Delegate to a the worlds missionary conference to he held incl a a Laid Ohio october 21st to 25th, hut Hon. James Foster a prominent member of the congregation. Has by in appointed and approved As a Lay represent Nativi from tin Danville District to the same conference. Each District will he represented by two clergymen and two Liy Iun. Rev. Or. Richard 11. Gilbert pastor of the methodist episcopal Church at Berwick along with Rev. Harry Curtin Harman and Hon. James Foster will repro edit tin Danville conference District the other Lay representative remains to a i chosen. Rev. Or. Gilbert and Rev. Harman have already made some preliminary arrangements for the trip. If Possich the a Leb Gates representing this conference District will journey to Cleveland in a body occupying one car. Rev. Harry Curtin Harman returned to this City yesterday morning after a Short sojourn at the Huntington Valley Camp meeting where on monday evening he preached a Sermon. Mountain Grove it seems has had its Day and Huntington Valley has become a popular resort for those who desire to worship god in the Grove and who enjoy the society Aud the Fellowship of religious and god fearing people. Rev. Llanna Speaks in enthusiastic terms of Tho charms of the place of its suitable location its management appointments Etc. The modern Cam meeting bears Little resemblance to the religious gatherings which flourished under that name thirty years ago. The primitive tent like structures As at Mountain Grove where one Side remains open find no favor at the present Day. At Huntington Valley the campers Are All domiciled in tasteful cottages Elt quipped with doors and windows Aud comfortably and Coily furnished. There is a Large and Well managed hoarding Bouse and Here All the ministers invited Are entert Niue a. The worship is conducted in a Large auditorium just completed at a Cost of $1000. The Camp meeting closes tonight. The attendance has been very Large. There Are sixty cottages and they Are All tilled with worshippers. Many of the leading lights of the methodist clergy have been present Ami addressed the meetings. On sunday Rev. Frank ii. Bristol 1. D., of Washington who was formerly pastor of president Mckinley delivered a discourse dedicating the new auditorium. The Camp meeting ground is situated on this Side of tin Susquehanna four Miles from Shickshinny. It is Epsy of Access stage coaches plying backward Aud Forward to meet every train. The future of old mount in Grove is very Uncertain. The Camp meetings held there were for Many years the most it Opu Lur Over a wide Section. It is now out distanced in Tho March of Progress and practically abandoned. It is for Sale and will Lee probably purchased by the proprietor of the hotel at that place who May use the ground for picnic purposes or decide to denude the place of its Timber which is very valuable. New Board of directors. The annual election of directors tor the y. M. C. A. Took plan in association parlor tuesday. The new Hoard chosen is As follows w. L. Mcclure Hon. James Foster Jesse Shannon of. P. Johnson a. W. Mussel Man or. J. E. Robbins Samuel Werkheiser h. B. Shultz Amos Vastine a. H. Grone j. W. Swartz s. A. Mccoy a. H. Ammerman William v. Oglesby and John 1. Williams or. Tho new members on the Hoard Are f. P. Johnson Amos Vastine w. H. Ammerman and John 1. Williams i. H. H. Furman Thomus Curry. Or. And r. J. Pegg were members of last years Hoard who were not on tin list to be voted for this year. The total membership of the y. M. C. A. Is two Hundred and fifty. Of these however Only those who belong to some evangelical Church known As a Active members a one Hundred and eighty in number Are entitled to vote for directors. Considerably More interest was manifested in the election tuesday than has been noticeable during several years past. Tho Hoard elected is made up of representative Christian men who May be relied upon to do their duty in All matters pertaining to the Good of the y. M. C. A. The election officers tuesday were William Watkin and Taeoh h. Geise. Ball games in the near future. At Bloomsburg tomorrow the a old timers will Cross hats with their old foes the cuban Hants. The latter it will he recalled Defeated the a old timers a on two occasions at Dewitt spark a luring the present season. Our team however has been much strengthened since its Battle with the giants and will no doubt be ready to give them a hard Battle. Maloy will ii in the let of for the Home team he Sciug in h tto a form now than any time during this season. On saturday afternoon the Strong it. Carmel team which is recognized As on of the Best in the Coal regions will play the a old timers a at Dewitt spark. Renner will twirl the Hall for Danville and a Good game is guaranteed. On monday labor Day the Home team will play at Williamsport with the team of that place. Manager Mccoy is making an Effort to secure the cuban giants for this City next week. Continental Hose company s picnic. Labor Day in Danville will be cel j Ehrath 1 with a monster picnic at 1 a j witty spark held Umlor the auspices of i a out Iii vital Hose company. Tin list of attractions comprises All tin popular he arts. There will he a has Hall game morning and afternoon. There will he races of various sorts a half mile race a he Yards dash a 3-hour walking match a Waltzing contest and dam ing aft Rno ii and a veiling. There will he a firemen a Parade from town to the Park at h a. In. Refreshments of All kinds will in on Sale. The do Days were robbed of their terror this summer a bold Challenge. We the undersigned hereby announce that to lib game of baseball Between tin a a fats and the a a leans was not played probably acc Aust the a a fats knew they would he soundly beaten at least that is the opinion of tin a cleans Quot whose names appt a below Aud the Only thing that can change that opinion is to receive a Challenge to Plav a game Oil the it 11 or 5th of sept. Proceeds to la applied to monumental fund. Anxiously awaiting a reply we Are i yours truly l. H. W. Kline j. B. Winter Steein e. F. Williams d. H. Byerly h. L Dreifuss j. B Cleaver John m. Geise Herbert Wyle James Henderson. A few weeks and Straw hats Farewell to the Thomas Lawrence of new York City is visiting his parents at Mausdale. Or. Lawrence holds a responsible Posi Tion with the new York Tel Ephom company. Rev. And Mth. F. S. Vought of York Are guests at the Home of f. H. Van an South Danville. Or. And mrs. Lewis pc Kius of har Risburg spent sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Henry Jones West Mali Onig Street. Or. And mrs. J. 11. Haviland of Sunbury spent sunday in this City. A liar Les w. Gearhart of Phil add phia is visiting his parents or. And mrs. George m. Gearhart East Market Street. Mrs. Henrietta Angle and daughter mrs. Judd e. Buley Are spending a week at Asbury Park n. J. Miss Sarah Hoagland of Milton spent sunday with miss Kate Snyder Ash Street. George Sonneborn of new York City is a guest at the Home of major c. P. Gearhart South Danville. Harry Lyon returned to Pittsburg yesterday after a visit with his parents or. And mrs. Elias Lyon ferry Street. Miss Laura Divel Church Street spent yesterday in Sunbury. Miss Marv Holloway and guest miss Bessie Chapman of Germantown were visitors in Sunbury yesterday. George Eichter spent yesterday in Sunbury. Or. And mrs. S. Lowenstein left yesterday for Freeburg Snyder county. J. H. Curley left yesterday for Yonkers n. Y., after a several we a is visit with Fri do Rick Ream Mill Street. Miss Ida Goldsmith lower Mulberry Street left yesterday for Bloomsburg. Miss Bernice Ohl left yesterday for Bloomsburg after a visit with mrs. John Butler Mill Street. Miss Louise Lar Rahce returned to Bloomsburg state Normal school yesterday after a visit with miss Jennie Lovett Vine Street. Or. And mrs. N. C. Kindt of mans Dale left yesterday for a visit with Bloomsburg friends. Mrs. John Kern lower Mulberry Street left yesterday for a several Days visit in Bloomsburg. Mrs. H. B. Meredith is visiting her parents or. Ami mrs. F. C. Ever Bloomsburg. Mrs p. H. Cotner and son Jay 1.�?�Over Mulberry Street pent yesterday in Sunbury. Mrs. Catherine Mcdermott Aud son a liar Les Montour Row left yesterday tor Northumberland. U. G. Smith returned to Mauceli chunk yesterday after a lending several a lays in this City. John Bowyer East Market St it left yesterday for Sunbury and Harris Burg. Or. And mrs. A. E. Rudisill of York returned Home yesterday after a visit with or. And mrs. Chris Hershey grand Street. Mrs. A Hue r Anderson of it. Carmel returned Home yesterday after a visit in this City. Miss Hannah Wycoff of Shainkin returned Home yesterday after a visit in this City. Min Hettie Eckman of roaring Creek was a visitor in this City yesterday. Mrs. Joseph Heim left last evening for Bloomsburg. Mrs. Harry Hartt mrs. Harry Fields mrs. Peter Burger mrs. Eva Fields misses Catharine Fields Margaret Fields and Mary Walker visit Al Camp Ping Pong at Road aug Creek yesterday. Misses Jennie Foulk Bertha Cromwell Mary Pritchard Mary Harris and Tillie Pritchard spent yesterday at roaring Creek. They were chaperoned by mrs. Benjamin Harris. Mrs. John Hoberly of Kingston arrived in this City last evening for a visit with friends. Mrs. Lena Horton and daughter miss Carrie East Market Street Are visiting friends in Bloomsburg. John Barth to returned Home last evening after a visit with Plymouth friends. Miss Relia Adams East front Street returned Home last evening from Sunbury Aud Shainkin. Miss Laura Peyton Mill Street returned Home last evening from Sunbury. Miss Hannah Wilson of Wilkes Harry is the guest of miss Ella Snyder grand Street. Mrs. Albert Shepperson of Watson a own returned Home last evening after a visit in this City. Miss Annie Young of frosty Valley left yesterday for Bloomsburg. Mrs. Klaus ii ship and son Edwin of Muskegon mich., returned Home yesterday after a visit with the former smother mrs. Margaret Evans East front Street. Mrs. M. E. Rote returned to this City a a St Day after a visit with friends in Scranton. Mrs. William Zell returned to read ing yesterday after a visit with her sister mrs. Jesse Beaver Pino stir it miss Alice Den Mil Mill Street returned Home yesterday from Sunbury. Or. And mrs Joseph Phillips Mill Street returned Home last evening from Philadelphia. Mrs. P. A. Fry of Hazleton spent yesterday in this City. John Dutweiler lower Mulberry Street returned Home last evening from Philadelphia. Other personals on fourth Page Edward Roberts of frosty Valley monday met with a painful Accident by falling from a Load of Hay. Arrom in Ltd by his two sons he was hauling Hay from Bloom Road to his items near purse Llu a slope. Alx iut half past five of clock when near the Steps leading up to Hunters Park the wheel struck a Large Stone in tin Road which jolted the Wagon so As to cause or. Roberts who with his sons was a in the Load to loss his balance and fall in a a first to the ground. The Hoys who were in charge of the horses stopped tin team As quickly As possible and ran to their fathers a distance. The mail Lay in tin Road us conscious in a Pool of blood. In falling his head struck a Large Stone Aud to seemed to lie very seriously injured. The in is of tin Accident finally reached town and in response or. Paules drove out to when the event occurred. Or. Roberts by that time Hud he Chi re move cd hut the pm Iol of blood lying in the Road let a tin doctor to la Lieve that Soun Liing serious had occurred and lie decided to drive a Little further. Shortly beyond the Forks in overtook the party. Jacob Marr of Kasz Vilie who had Hap a cd along shortly after the Accident took the injured Man into his buggy. Before re Ali aug his Homo or. Roberts fully regained Cousy souk picks. His injury proved far less serious than was sup posed. A full examination revealed that tin Skull was not harmed and that the extent of the injury was nothing More serious than a confused Scalp wound. A Eaily recovery is anticipated. Montour county medical society. The Montour Bounty medical society held its annual meeting at tin office of or. T. B. Winter Steein yesterday after noon the majority of the members being present. A very interesting paper was read by or. T. B. Winter steel the retiring president on the More important skin diseases dwelling especially upon two i seas s which demand careful consideration from a diagnostic Xii it of View namely Scarlet fever Ami Scarlati noid erythema. Tin latter disease is a Ift ii accompanied he of a or and other evidence of constitutional a Lis Turli Anees Accomma Iii a with a rash. Tho disease is of Short duration and in its a Iii stations re Semuh svy re much hat of Scarlet fever. This is the stage of tax disease when the physician is often at a loss to know what his patient is suffering from in Scarlati noid Urtin Ina these apparently so von symptoms within the next 21 hours entirely subside and tin patient u none the worse for his acute illness and re a in Ira a no further medical attention while if it were Scarlet few these symptoms would not Abate for at least ten Days. The subject was a timely on and tin discussion in ought out by tin physicians present evidenced tin fact that while always on the Alert to pro to it tin health of the Public it was their Manifest intention in the future to he even More careful in distinguishing those that Are contagious from those that Are non contagious. Scarlati noid erythema is a non contagious disease and children suffering from it would not necessarily he required to remain in doors or out of school after the subsidence of to lib a Ute symptoms. Officers were elected for Tho ensuing year As follows president or. J. A. Stock vice presidents. Or. Smith and or. J. E. Robbins of the Hospital Secretary or. J. R. Kimerer. Treasurer or. P. A. Newbaker. Or. S. Thompson or. T. B. Winter Steein and or. G. A. Stock were chosen As delegates to tin state convention which will meet at Allentown september 13th, Atli and Listii. Will be married at Washington. Invitations have been received for tin wedding of miss Anna Catherine Moyer formerly of this City which will take place wednesday sept. 3, at Washington 1. Ltd. Miss Moyer will be married to or. Alfred m. Copeland and the wedding ceremony will take place at 8 of clock in tin evening in tin sixth presbyterian Church. Or. And mrs. Copeland will he at Horny after october 1.5th at 704 1 strut s. E. Washington. Miss Moyer the Bride was Horn in Danville and up to Soiu a 12 years of age a resided Here. Her father Jacob w. Moyer was a Marble Cutter and was in business at the Well known stand on Mill Street just above West Mahoning. For several years past miss Moyer has held a responsible position in the pension Bureau at Washington. 1 tramping Down the grass. The trustees of Mahoning presbyterian Church Are much annoyed by the in which on Corner of the Church Lawn is do fact a by a dest rians who Are in flu habit of taking a Short Cut diagonally Over the High school grounds. The intersection of two to holed gutters occurs on Tho North West Corner of tin Sidi ool property at the Verv a stint flu re Ixo do Straus would step Oil or off the pavement. To avoid this persons crossing the school grounds step upon tin Church Lawn killing the grass on a Large spa a. There seems no Way to prevent this and the Public Are appealed to to try to spare the grass which can he Don with Verv Little . Cobs the Early chrysanthemums Are Blooming. Sheriff Albert Jacobs of Luzern county whose Home is at Lla la Tou came Down to this City yesterday morning and returned last evening sheriff Jacobs is a Nephew of our townsman John Jacobs and i i it to Danville was mainly on a it of pleasure while in this City la War interviewed by a representative of this week. In the opinion of she Riff Jacobs tin situation in the Coal Region i very grave and rapidly approach my a Crisi there is probably a growing disposition among the miners of american birth to return to work. The for Ign element however which comprise 75 for cent of the mint workers is sullen and stubborn. This is a specially True a of tin italian. Who Are heavily arc d and May la seen standing around m groups whittling stick with big Treach croup looking knives a single thrust of which would kill a Man the for signers were the last to cons it to strike and now Hing out they a firm they say a me Trike now no going to win. A a sheriff Jacobs says the clash will come when enough Iii ii will be found to o a rate one of the collieries at Hazleton or Dur yen and it will com soon. He has two Hundred deputies station us a at different a emits m Ali county. These a nearly All Veteran of the Spanish american War. Many of whom retain their uniforms which so a a ins to have a Good of a it on the foreigners. Sheriff Jacobs has not yet found it us Pessary to Call upon the militia hat to says he will it hesitate to do Ltd at tin very Momut when it becomes apparent that the pc Scucci of the soldiers is necessary to pro vent bloodshed and tie do Struc Tiou of property. Job printing of Ali kinds and dec i in swim i an Opportunity to Procura Robeap Coal As the River Falls toward Low Watt r Mark an increased activity is not if Able among those who arc trying to till their cellars with Coal from tin River. Yesterday then were no 1� a than eight boat at one time plying backward and Forward hew a n the Short and different a shuts in the Channel. The Quantity of it Nal brought in. Notwithstanding the Lack of facility is already quite considerable and the fact is apparent that the River at this place As Well As at Sunbury contains Coal in practically unlimited ii anti ties. Ill tin neighbourhood of the a Laid ahoy it Tow ii then Are larg depo it and it is from i outs in that locality that most of the Coal taken from tin River during the last few a lays has he in extracted. It is Claunc a for Coal in tin River Here that it is of hotter Quality than at Sunbury As it is nearer the mines and has not been a a ios a to the action of flu water so Long let the latter in As it May it is sur prising that no Effort has been made Here to extract Coal from the River on a larger Seal. It is a profitable Industry at Sunbury where As is Well known it is carried on in a wholesale Way. Surely in View of the Scarcity the inducement is not la it King. As Coal with tin approach of autumn will find Sale at almost any Price. A gentleman in this City with plenty of push is talking up a project which would prove profitable and at the same time furnish fuel to our citizens at a figure that no one a a Oul Ltd complain of he reasons that if a mail with a Row boat can extract a Coupe of tons a of Coal from tin River and realize four or five dollars on his Days work several men with a mat boat could work to a much better advantage and that a Quantity could he taken out daily that would hand sonely on the investment even if a a a Digger such As used at Sunbury he not employed. It is not unlike la that something May he done in furtherance of the sch int during the a of Niue week Mckinley postal Garls on Sale. The new Mckinley postal cards were put on Sale at the local exist office last evening. By yesterday noon scarcely More than a dozen of the old Stock remained and these were sold during the afternoon. The Puhlin have been very anxious to get hold of the now cards Aud Many a he sons in leaving the Post office yesterday showed an aggrieved look because they were obliged to dec it the old style. Orders from the department however prevented any new ones la ing sold until All the old ones were disposed of. The Mckinley cards an of the same shape and size As those to Aring the por trait of Jefferson. In the upper right hand Corner is the portrait of the martyred president with his Naium. And the dates of his birth and death the United states shield Oey spies tin upper Corner on the left. Betws a to lib two is printed the word a a pm Stal above this is inscribed the space Ahova is reserved for Post m Ark. And he Low a the space tie Low i for address Only. A a pleasant event. A number of persons were entertained yesterday at the Home of or. And mrs. Peter Mottern East Danville those present were Rev. Aud mrs r Warren Mottern of Salona. Center county mrs. Allx it Sweeny and children Sallie and ally Ert. Mrs. J i. Rudy and daughter Hazel of by a win a mrs Lloyd Cashner and son Walter. Mrs. Caroline Sweeny and Florenz a Mottern of East Danville and mrs said iut Mottern of this oily St. Pieters m k. Rom Side sunday a ii term do a a Mich in to history by sacrifice and persevering set on foot in some atm i successfully carried ont i Hopes of the i realized and what is Pra i Irons of worship. In aur Ern in its appointments has Len consecrated an vice of the lord the inferior of St. Little Resen Blaim i to Ali in fore it want re mod led windows a replaced Glass of artistic design handsomely carpeted Ai and ceiling papered and and Harmou not a color h de. Walnut be no Holst take the place of service for so pulpit touched no to a the pm ral hut two invariant Palph Beautiful Chancel Tab i Deil the remodeler Illuminat d with electric arc two chandelier of a while or altered a Hoot to Are five other lights. To Well lit no and to la a from the pews i most p1 Ali memorial window All Tak n several n pm the ft., e a Lam Sej any Vear rear my e lift the n on members Are already Kaan Christiana Kim. R of Lark Shan or. Sophia m Nln a and a b Kennedy. On of the window been set apart by the Congo Gatior Rev. O ii Day and wife one Hin purchased by Martin. John Harry ugandan a a memorial to t Mother and another a Linn fake to la Grandel Hildn n Efth lat i 0�arhart it hers who have be windows Are j t Kcf Loghan family. T w. Clayton and fan mrs Matilda v. My . J Shannon and wife and a v i Vought a Hriz k Vestibule added to Church at the Entrance contrib much both to the apr Are nce Ami r odious now of the building the prove mints in the Loans of Whir lie aug fitted no As a sunday sol room Are Pra thally a Empl the cry is ample room for the sni school and plenty a of Light the program As published in t column last week was with Ovid caption Folly carried on pro a elder w. W Evans was present. In not preach at the morning vice As announced fits place was in by Rev. A. L Miller of in afar a former pastor who found a a his Moti on go no Sis 21�?13."andsi cd up her voice and so air dwelt very to a Unter Hagar her fears my the Apt franc of lie angt�?~1 to show what should in in proper attitude of to jul lost m the Wilde Riley of life amid it or rows and disappointments and How the guiding hand of go a mar u re i lied a Man to apm a. At the afternoon Rvin. R. V Harry a Artin Harman delivered an appropriate address. The evening service was preached by Rev. F. S. Vought. Former a tor. Who took Ashi them the of ii a r ing Ohri to a and founded in a Marks on re a a Latsiou 3�?2 and i a and Ted add a White horse and he that at on him had a of. And a Crown was Given unto him and la want Forth Conquy ring and Fogt Ltd no in r the improvements co of one half of this was wiped out by contributions previous to the a a a Ning the i Blanc was subscribed at the Vairous services sunday must stau it 1 exams. At the coming meeting of the Gath Olic clergy of to a a Harrisburg dio�.�?. Six diocesan consult or will in l a r de eleven menu is of the school la Oard and a Board of examiners who duty is to examine Young clergy for five years after ordination the examinations Artith Oral Ami written Aud cover All the Branch Puro 1 in the four years theological Cour. The object being to see that Thiu a keep up to the Mark a Board of seven will in chosen of a a examine candidate tor Permann of a it it to or pin Case of a ranches. The in to Man a reviving the appointment. Then a five Man it Reeth or his a in the a Lio Cese St. Edwards Shainkin. St Mary a Lancaster St Lancaster. St. Mary a. Lam of r St Josephus. Danville. 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