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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - August 29, 1901, Danville, PennsylvaniaNo Tel b. Home paper a for the Home the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly it Wil pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year or. Irving h. Jennings office in urn 9 a. It. In i a i v m to a r. I a this coi try will no Var by in ii Lily Frh ii until it All of its own demands with its own Dan y i Lee a. Till Ruday a l a i St 29. In my. Vol. I no a it. Is i a hushed in 1855. 104 Mill Dar Vilu 11. M. Sii Iltz 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially entertainments to be Given by Y. M. C. A. During the coming season. Do. P. Assile dentist or kick. 21s Mill Street. Eel extracted without pain. Crown and Bridge work a specially. Equipped with the latent and Moat improved and prepared in a execute the most difficult work. Do. C. H. Reynolds a do Nusl of Loo uni White Boston store Danville a i a to Telly in All lie tiran alien it Hurge mini Ereie and All work eat Ablahed ism. Condensed news. August is nearly a memory. A hot september is predicted. Decorate your Homes for labor Day. Next monday will be a Legal Holiday quinine is in demand say the druggists. Home cooking tastes Good after the summer trip. Thefts Are reported almost daily by the truck Farmers. Harvest Hoine services at the country churches Are already being announced. Decorating for the big meeting of the k. O. E. To be held hereon labor Day will be in order the latter part of this week. The Phila amp Reading Road will run a special train from this City to Lewis Burg and Milton on the evening of labor Day. September 20 will be a Pennsylvania Day a at the pan american exposition for which occasion All the railroads running from the Keystone state to Buffalo will make special rates and it is sex pet Ted the occasion will be very Large on the above Day. The coming big demonstration on labor Day ought to attract Many strangers to this City. Public school teachers who have been away on their vacations will return this week prof. Jesse m. Hostetter and family of Danville yesterday moved their household effects to South Williamsport and took up their residence in the me Fadden dwelling formerly occupied by Orange Shurtleff and family. The professor is the newly elected principal of the South Williamsport High Wiliiams kit it san. Have you any Iron or steel scrap for Sale k. B. I Eaf a co., Brown building Danville a. Grand army men Are arranging for the Central Pennsylvania meeting at Columbia in october. The Toby run Union sunday school will picnic at Dewitt spark on wednesday september 4th. Lewis Dewart a prominent attorney of Sunbury died on monday night aged 52 year. Or. Dewart was Well known in Danville. The High condition of the River has Stop died All fishing for the present. Local anglers predict that it will be very late in the fall before there will be any Good fishing. A Little tire to dry out the houses is seasonable. Rubber tire can be Appl de to any Rolt King chair or t Radie. It Waves carpets polished floors and weak nerves. Joski ii l. Frame. Builders Are hoping for Clear weather. Several Danville camping parties Are scattered along the Susquehanna this week. Danville Millers have Leen invited to the meeting of the state association at Williamsport on sep Temli or 10th and 11th the prospectus of the free course of seventeen entertainments which the a i m. C. A. Will give the coming season will be issued in a few Days and to Tho a who Are acquainted with Good Talent it will be a great Surprise. That such a diversified High class course could be Given was never thought of and the committees of the institution deserve the great est credit for their efforts in this direction. This course of entertainments will be conducted absolutely with no thought of making Money. The one and Only purpose of its inauguration was to provide a series of clean elevating entertainments such As must tend toward the establishment of High and Noble ideals in the minds of the Many whose privilege it shall be to enjoy them. The first entertainment will be Given by a concert company from tie Ithaca conservatory of music on october 17th. It will consist of a Reader pianist Soprano soloist and violinist. The numbers with dates of entertainment Are As follows tuesday evening oct. 22nd, the Rev. G. Murray Klepfer pastor of the first methodist Church Huntingdon will lecture on a the new spirit for the new piano Duetts by mrs. I it. P. Connor Ami miss per sing. Tuesday evening nov. 5th, Bucknell Seminary mandolin and guitar club com posed of 1�o Young ladies. Thursday evening. Nov. 7th, address by Rev. Ethelbert d. Warfield d. D., president of Lafavette College Easton. Subject a the heroic Klemmt in american special music by miss Margaret Ammerman Soprano soloist. Tuesday evening nov. 19th, Rev. Henry Lias am pastor of first Baptist Church Williamsport. Subject a the making of a music by v m. C. A double male quartet. Tuesday evening. Nov. 26th, concert by Sunbury concert co., consisting of a ladies Quartetti with miss Carrie Kline the Well known Soprano Carroll Friese pianist and or. Gaskins Cornet is. Tuesday evening dec. 3rd, address by the Rev. George Edward Reed i. I president of Dickinson College Carlisle. Subject to be announced. Music by mrs. R. Allen Soprano soloist. Wednesday evening Jan. 1st, 1902, new years reception and concert by the Catawissa bad of 33 musicians. Tuesday evening Jan. 14th, recital by miss Edith Schillinger teacher of elocution at Bucknell University. Music by Walter Russell Basso and Charles Shelhart Tenor. Tuesday evening Jan. 28th,concert by Bloomsburg Normal orchestra with several vocal soloists. Tuesday evening feb. 11th, shakespearian recital by or. Charles f. Tuffe of Philadelphia librarian at the Edwin Forrest Home and himself a retired actor. Tuesday evening feb. 18th, lecture to be announced. Tuesday evening feb. 25th, pipe Organ recital at the Mahoning presbyterian Church by a Well known concert organist assisted by Herbert Wyle violinist. Tuesday March 11th, address by Rev. Monro chaplain of the new York City prison Toins. Subject a prison experiences in the great tuesday evening March 25th, concert by the Bloomsburg male quartet assisted by miss Bradley pianist and miss Russell elocution St. Tuesday evening april 1st, entertainment to be announced. Tuesday evening april 8th, Mai scale by Bloomsburg Normal serenade club consisting of a Soprano pianist violinist a my elocution St. Proprietor West will leave one of the largest Mills in the country. From present plans there is very Prospect that this City will within a few months have one of the largest and most improved knitting i is in the country. The Danville knittir1. Mills will soon he enlarged and improved affording employment to Many additional hands. A knitting Mill that employs hum hands in this particular line is considered by the textile world As stupendous. This number however will be required when proprietor West has completed his Danville Plant about 200 hands will be added to the present Force october 1st, when it is expected to Pul the Mill on double turn. The eight hour system will then be introduced. Supt. Delaney informed a representative of this paper that there was an abundance of help available and that it would not require More than a month to get the night shift in working order. Early in the Spring ground will be broken for the erection of a building of about the same Siz the Pri sent Structure. The latest in a Rove i machinery will be installed a a a it by think about the Plant will be u my u. The help question which h i a a n us great a problem to those ind Trie to pending principally upon fee. P will be greatly obviated by the i. A i eni of male help the wage scale being us i that a skilled Knitter can earn Good wages. The Dye House which or. West contemplated building has been abandoned owing to the introduction at the ply Mou a Mills of a new machine which simplifies dyeing to such an extent that one Man can do the work formerly requiring Twenty. Or. West has but recently doubled the rapacity of his Plymouth Mills and upon the completion a if the new Mill in this City be will be one of the largest individual manufacturers of hosiery in this country. Brief mention of the doings of friends and acquaintances. Your of Rev. Ulrich As pastor of Trinity lutheran Church observed. Mrs. Laura Waters of Philadelphia the Rev. L. Ulrich observed Bis who has been visiting her father Samuel first anniversary As pastor of Trinity lutheran Church sunday night with an eloquent and impressive Sermon. It was i a Sermon dealing with such facts As have been apparent to the Large congregation of Trinity y Church. The Rev. Ulrich is a Man of deep sincerity and of kindly disposition. The relationship existing be an old resident passes away. Mrs. Matilda 11 Emir via it. Whose or i a Cal illness has i a ii a Oxx in these columns die i at the of m i daughter mrs. . Messersmith Washington Ville about 1 30 o clock on wednesday morning aged 83 yours. The deceased was the widow of the late Abram Hendrickson of Liberty township who departed this life in 1892. She was one of the oldest residents of the county and widely known. She was the daughter of Jacob Shultz sr., of Mayberry town ship and is survived by the following sons and daughters la of s. And Cal Vin of Milton James w., and mrs. Opera House attractions. The Danville opera House will open on tuesday evening next on which occasion Stetson a big Uncle tonics Cabin co. Will appear. The following attractions have already been booked a where the laugh comes in a or n ice versa. A pud do a head Svengali the hypnotist. A the deems term a a Chas. W. Chases dramatization. A a secret Fransiscus the magician. Daniel l. Harts and c. E. Callahan a new drama. A the Little a Uncle Josh Murray and Mackey a co. A the Vermont a the Power a through the Sisters Royer. A a Breezy time co. Kellar the magician. Whitney a san Francisco ministry is. A the Village a the hottest Coon in Dixie. a a Gold Arkansaw. A Nina repertoire co. Mildred Holland in a the Power behind the a Nick a Fabio Vogel and do Ming a minstrels. Harrison f. Wolfe presenting dramatic Novelty a Cashel Huntley and Harris lock co. Robert b. Martell. Is. Prunkard co. A runaway Porter White in a the convict s a the girl from Barlow and Wilson a minstrels. The the indications Point to a larger at Tendance at the Public schools this year than Ever before. The usual services will be resumed at the Pine Street lutheran Church next sunday. The usual services will be resumed at Christ episcopal Church on sunday next. During the absence of Rev. Wright the sunday morning services have been read by t. F. Patterson. A real unselfish act of kindness Al ways elicits the admiration of a Busy Community and Many favourable comments were Beard yesterday morning when one of Danville a come heat Maidens set the leg of a Little dog which bad been broken by the kick of a horse while running Down Mill Street. The tender hearted Damsel fortunately had some experience As a trained nurse and performed the operation very deftly. The new England Bloomer girls who were to have played Ball at Dewitt spark on aug. 19th but owing to inclement weather were compelled to cancel the Date will play a picked nine from Riverside next monday afternoon grounds have As yet been selected. I f. M. Gotwald of this City mrs. Randolph Nesbitt of i pottsgrove mrs Messersmith Ami miss Belle Hendrickson of Washingtonville. The funeral will be held Friday at 12 j of clock noon. Interment will take place at Milton. Annual election. The annual election Ltd directors for the Young menus Christian association was held tuesday eve Between the hours of 7 and 9 30. The following fifteen directors were elected L. Mcclure Jas. G. Foster. H h. Furman. Jesse Shannon Beverly Mussle Inan i hos. C. Curry sr., or. E. Robbins Samuel . B. Schultz a. H Grone j. A Swartz s. A. Mccoy. Robert j. Pegg we. V. Oglesby and Robert Catl Icart. At the regular monthly meeting which will be held in september the new Board of directory will elect officers for the coming year. Route of the big Parade. Final arrangements for the knights of the Golden Eagle c invention on labor Day Are being made. The Parade which will be made up of the visiting castles bands of music drum corps and secret societies will form on Bloom and Mill streets at 1 30 of clock and at two of clock Sharp will move up Mill Street to Marker up Market to honeymoon Down honeymoon to front Down front to Mill Down Mill to Bloom up Bloom to Ash up Ash to Centre Down Centre to upper Mulberry out upper Mulberry to Spruce Down Spruce to Mill up Mill to Mahoning Down Mahoning to Chestnut out Chestnut to Market up Market to Market Square and counter March. At the convention in the morning a Rand chief James ii Hutchinson of Reading and grand vice chief George of t c. Stahl of Milton will preside. Bailey East Mahoning Street left yesterday for a visit with friends in Buffalo and Rochester n. Y. Thomas Black jr., of East Pittsburg arrived in this City yesterday for a i it it with his parents Gulicki a addition. A. T. Shepperson of Riverside transacted business in Hazleton yesterday. Mrs. Edward Mottern and daughters Leah Grace and Eleanor ferry Street left yesterday for a visit with friends in Espy. Or. And mrs. Joseph Phillips Mill Street returned last evening from a visit with friends in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Adin r. Myers of Pittsburg Are visiting at the kiss cd Homestead East front Street. Rev. Or. M. A. Shindel wife and daughter miss Susan have resumed from a visit with friends in Selins Grove. Miss Rose Wormser of Scranton returned Home yesterday after a visit with or. And mrs. Harry Ellenbogen Pine Street. Mrs. Fred Snyder of Philadelphia returned Home yesterday after a visit at the residence of Thomas Schott Pine Street. Miss Josephine Ryan and miss Anna Brown ferry Street left yesterday for a visit with friends in Plymouth. Miss Maude Wilcox of Shamokin arrived in this City yesterday for a git at the Home of William Girton Railroad Street. Miss Carrie Davis of Williamsport arrived in this City yesterday for a visit with Fri erds. Or. And mrs. K. A. Holla of leu Burg spent yesterday with friends in this City. Mrs. William Deutsch returned yesterday trom a visit with relatives in Tai Aqua. Mrs. Katherine Keiser of sugar notch who Lias been a guest at the Home of John 4. Waite. Front Street left yesterday afternoon for Sunbury. Miss Eleanor Frick of new York City arrived in this City yesterday for a visit with her parents or. And mrs. Alexander Frick Mill Street. Or. And mrs. Arthur i. Woolley and or. And mrs. Charles Watson were. Guests Over sunday at the Eckman Home roaring Creek. Mrs. W. Ii. Garret and son Harry of Philadelphia Are guests at the Home of w k. Holloway. Rev. H. C. Harman and family Hon. And mrs. James Foster Ami miss Marne Beaver will occupy Pine Forest cottage at Hunter s Park this week. Or. And mrs. E. A. Curry returned on saturday evening from Buffalo. N. Y. Mrs. James Oglesby miss Ella Glioma and mrs. Vas Tim Ami daughter miss a Sarah have returned from the pan american exposition. Prof. Roy Foulk conductor of the stopper and Fiske orchestra of Williamsport is visiting Bis parents or. And mrs. Benjamin Foulk lower Mulberry Street. Or. And mrs. W. Rogers and daughter Mary have returned from a visit in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Or. And mrs. Elliot Morgan of Kingston returned Home monday after a visit at the Bassett Home. Mill Street. Mrs. Hannah Shultz and son Edward of Philadelphia who have been visiting relatives in this City left monday for n. Y. Miss Caroline Kelly of Lewisburg is visiting miss Belle Beaver. Pine Street. Miss Sarah Nesbitt of Lewisburg is the guest of miss Mary Yorks West Market Street. Mrs. Henry Kortenhaus of Philadelphia is visiting her parents or. And mrs. W. Farnsworth. West Mahoning Street. Miss Harriet Woods who has been sojourning at Edge int Park Shamokin for the lust two weeks is visiting her father Augustus Woods. Mcclellan Dei til and son Claude of Washingtonville Are attending the grangers picnic at William Grove. Mrs. Isabel Harris and mrs Reninger and son Harris left yesterday for a visit with friends in blooms Burg and esp. Mrs. Viola share of Nanticoke returned Home yesterday after a visit with her Mother mrs. S. \. Bogart Cooke a tween pastor and people Lias grown very Strong during Bis Short time in this City and the silent approval of his Sermon last evening was but a further demonstration of the High esteem in which he is held and a recognition of his valuable services in every department of the Church. The pastor used As his text the 22nd verse of the 26th chapter of acts a having therefore obtained help of god i continue unto this Day witnessing both to Small and great saying none other things than those which the prophets and Moses did say should Rev. Ulrich said a the Success of Trinity Church in carrying on gods work in v been due to the sincerity with which the members Are the financial it port for the year shows that i he Church is in better standing now than for Many years past notwithstanding a heavier expenditure than usual. During the year the Church and parsonage have been repainted a Large new Furnace installed in the Church cellar and Many other smaller improvements made. Rev. Ulrich has made 1200 pastoral Calls during the year and has delivered 150 lectures and sermons. There have been seventeen members taken into the Church. The pastor has officiated at thirteen baptisms and fourteen funerals. Arrival of heavy Timber at the Reading Iron works. In session the first consignment of heavy Timber to be used in rebuilding the Reading Iron works arrived in this City on tues Jay in the shape of two a a Gina poles. These poles Are used for hoisting purposes and Are each 70 feet in length. More of the Large Timber will arrive this week. Eive different saw Mills Are preparing the lumber. The different spans will be framed on the ground and will be hoisted with an engine into place. There will be Between 50 and 00 carpenters employed and about 25 labourers at work on the new building. The Mill is to be covered with a Manilla to re proof roofing. Master Carpenter John Buck of Reading will have charge of the construction. Or Buck is a Mechanic of great ability. When interviewed by a representative of this paper tuesday he stated that every Means would be employed to build the Mill with despatch. Or. Buck was in charge of he construction at this Mill last summer. He also rebuilt the Bessemer finishing Plant after the fire. The tearing Down of the heavy timbers in the old pud lie Mill forms no Small part of the work. The Genera repairing and laying of underground pipes and the rebuilding of furnaces goes steadily on each Day showing a big Advance. Sweigert Billmeyer wedding. The Home of or. And mrs. Alex. I in no yer near Washingtonville was the scene of a very pretty wedding thursday morning when their daughter. Miss Mary became the wife of or. Hnry worst Sweigert a f Lewistown. The ceremony was performed at 10.3oby i the Rev. 4. Morton pastor of the first 1 Chuich of sunburn. Only in Eilif s of the Billmeyer family i were present. To e Bride and Groom were unattended. After Llie marriage a dinner was served the Young couple leaving shortly after Iio Gnu for a trip to new York Boston and the new a Genii Ltd states. Miss 13111-Mever has a Host of friends in this City who will be agreeably surprised to learn of her happiness. Or. Sweigert who Lias but recently returned from Vienna where be took an advanced course in Medicine is one of Lewistown a prominent physicians. They w ill take up their residence in that City. Heaviest rain in Many years. The heavy rain storm of saturday has wrought great damage not Only in this Vicinity but in All parts of the state. Telegrams sunday told the Story of financial loss blocked traffic and the suspension of Many industries. The feuding Railroad is again a Large lo9er, the in Ottsville Branch being entirely tied up. Throughout the Lehigh Valley the storm seems to have done the worst damage. The Railroad Yards at Mauch chunk were covered with water and debris. Traffic on the Williamsport and North Branch Road was suspended on saturday for several hours of account of the washout. Eagle Mere passengers were compelled to drive to the resort from Hughesville. In this Vicinity the damage was not so great As last week. The numerous truck farms in Montour and Columbia counties were More or left a damaged i the Small Bridge near the White Church. On Bloom Road was washed away also other Small Bridges nearer Bloomsburg. In Danville there was scarcely any damage though the Loni Theolu of tic Low 2�u�l were badly frightened fearing a repetition of last weeks flood. The i. L. Amp Depot was surrounded by water. That portion of the track which had been newly ballasted was again washed out. The creeks and River were very much swollen and continued so All during sunday. E. B. Barnet accepts principalship of the third Ward school. A regular meeting of the school Board was held monday night. The following directors were present Fischer Orth Black Werkheiser Green Berger Barber Byerly and Harpel. On motion the building and repair committee was instructed to have the desks in miss Musselmann a room in the first Ward re varnished and reset. Permission was granted to Grier Gearhart who lives in the fourth Ward to Send his daughter to the fifth Grade school in the third Ward. Or. Harpel of the teachers committee reported that Elmer b. Barnet who was elected to fill the principalship of the third Ward schools had accepted and would be Here when school opened. The bids for placing a new roof on the third Ward school building were opened and read. But two bids were submitted those of George Reifsnyder for 1414.00 and Trumbower amp Werkheiser for $381.00. Trumbower amp Werkheiser a bid being the lowest they were awarded the contract. A proposal from John r. Walleze in regard to the placing of an electric clock in the first Ward building was read. On motion the communication was Laid Over indefinitely. A the following Bills were ordered paid Job printing the office of the american vein furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and jots material generally the 1�?~ublishei announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing fall kinds and description. Is get our prices before place your orders. Sixteenth Semi annual convention. The sixteenth Semi annual convention of the Danville conference of the evangelical lutheran minister rim of Pennsylvania will be held in St. A Luke a Church Sunbury. September kith to 18th. A very interesting program Lias been arranged including Many topics of interest to the Church. Nearly All the ministers of the District will take an Active part in the proceedings. The Rev. L. I. Ulrich of Trinity lutheran Church will address the convention on september 10th on the subject a is the time Ripe for the enlargement of Muhlenberg College a Rev d. L. Kugleman of St. Johns lutheran Church will close the convention with an address. His subject will be a should children attend other sunday schools in a edition to their own a foot Ball unless present indications Are mis leading Danville will witness some Good no j foot Ball games Between local teams during the coming season. Will picnic at Orangeville. The following ladies will picnic at Orangeville today mrs. W. 4. Stein Miller mrs. Thomas Bartholomew mrs. Wellington rout mrs. Weehler mrs. R. Pegg muses i la Yorks. Nellie Gregory Nettie Henrio Melissa Bloom Mary Kelso. Or. And mrs. Frank met tier of Pittsburg left yesterday for Chambersburg Mother Market after a visit with or. Mettlers mrs. Charles Mettler East Street. Miss m. Sweitzer left yesterday for i visit with friends in Williamsport. The Rev. Al d. Of Brien of provi h1 i Dence near Scranton was a visitor at the j orphanage yesterday. Prof. Lutz of Binghamton who will attended the circus. Wjk. It a Irge of the balloon ascension at about 200 patients from the state the Continental Hose company a picnic Hospital with their attendants and Sev at Dewitt spark on labor Day was in eral members of the Media staff at this City fur a few hours yesterday tended the circus yesterday afternoon. They occupied an entire Section of the plenty of amusement. No one in search of amusement can fail to find it on labor Day in Danville. A More diversified list of a things doing a has never been placed on a program in this City. Those who enjoy races Ami athletic contests w ill be Well entertained at the picnic at Dewitt spark in the afternoon. A balloon ascension and Parachute drop should interest Many. The lovers of dancing can devote the entire afternoon and evening to it if they choose at the Park. The base Ball fans can see the game played in a novel manner by the new England Bloomer girls. Those who like Good band music will Bear several Fine programs during the Day. The Parade will be Beautiful to a look upon and the Many strangers will Mazie help make things Lively. A big picnic at Dewitt s Park. One of the largest picnics of the season will be held at Dewitt spark on saturday sept. 7th. Berwick Camp p. It. S. Of a with their a Miles and friends have arranged for that Date and it is expected that Over 12 h people will participate. The loom Surg and Danville Camps will be largely represented. A base Ball game Between the a old Rimers and the Berwick nine will be played. Good music will be a feature. Safety spindles find a ready Sale. The manufacturers of the safety spindle Are now ready to Market their product and As so a. As their foundry on East Niket Street has been cleared of the damage caused by the flood the cast ing of spindles will commence in Earnest. Quite a number have already been cast and most of them have found a ready Sale. Special Dies for moulding purposes have been installed. The foundry has a capacity of 30 sets per Day. E. A. Burdick has been employed As sales agent. Supt. C. Houser. Harry Mapstone tax collector. C. Williams. If. G. Mowrey. T. W. Hale. Charles Robson. Casper Diseroad. Or. Harpel. H. Cole. Joseph Lechner. F. P. Startzel. C. S. Books. W. H. Orth. Emory Shultz. Mary Eckert. $100.00 18.46 i 88 1.60 20 81 12.26 20.81 17.21 1.65 25 78 6.01 76.75 66.50 25.00 2 75 1.25 being completed for the k. G. E. Demonstration on labor Day. The program for the fourteenth annual convention of the Susquehanna District knights of the Dob Len Eagle is about completed and if the weather is favourable Danville will have a glorious Day on monday september 2nd, the committees have spared no efforts to make the Day a memorable one and they deserve great credit for their persistent work. There have been numerous replies to tie Many invitations sent out. Milton will Send a Large delegation with a band. The Catawissa contingent will also be headed by a baud. Williamsport will Send several lodges and the lodges of m Ellinburg Muncy and Northumberland will also be present. Favourable replies Are expected from other towns. Stoes band the Mechanicsville band and the Washington drum corps have been engaged by the committee and it is expected that a number of the various societies will participate in the Parade. Fhe knights will hold their convention in their Hall at 10 a. M. Grand chief James Chappelle and grand Vic chief Hutchinson of Philadelphia will he present to officiate. The Parade will he held in the afternoon. The citizens along the route have been asked to decorate and Many residences will no doubt present a line appearance. Being labor Day All the industries will shut Down during the entire Day. The Continental Hose company s picnic will attract throngs of people to Dewitt spark. A old timers a defeat Bloomsburg. The a old timers a again Defeated the Bloomsburg nine at Dewitt spark tuesday afternoon by a score of 10 to 1. This game gives Danville a majority of two in the series played. Errors were a prominent feature of the game. Gilbert As usual pitched Good Ball and was finely supported by Hofia. Hummer a new Man played second base for the a old timer a till Rlynn Mshar Maui Anauo their Only run in the sixth inning. Hoffman missed Kauffman a easy Fly. Sharp less sacrificed and Shannon missed Price s Long try to right Kauffman coming Home. Their Best Chance was in the second inning. They had a runner on third and one on second. Hoffman fielded a hot one near first base throwing Home in time to nip the runner at the Home plate. Hummer at second duplicated the play on the next Batter. Gilbert struck out the next Batter retiring the Side. A fair sized crowd witnessed the game. The detailed score is As follows prompt action prevents fire. Prompt action on the part of Rufus Vastine prevented what might have proven a serious conflagration in South Danville on saturday morning. Or. Vastine noticed smoke coming from the barn in the rear of f. 11. Vannany a residence. He at once made an investigation and found a Box in the barn in which a member of the Van Nan family had just dumped some ashes had taken fire. Or. Vastine lost no time in Pultin gout the fire with a half dozen buckets of water. Death of Patrick Madden. Patrick Madden one of the oldest residents in this Vicinity died at his Home near the fair grounds 011 monday morning at 11 of clock or. Madden was in his 87th year and is survived by his wife one son and a daughter mrs. Nathan of lock Haven. Reserved seats. Of the Golden Eagle of arranging for a special the Knight this place Art train to take them and their friends to Danville on labor Day. Milton stand Ard. Edward and Joseph Williams who have been guests at the Home of William cd Liurma Kaseville left yesterday for their Home Vandalia Missouri. Or. And mrs. Arthur uti lick left yesterday for Elgin iii., after a visit with friends in this City and South Danville. Or. Drut Heller to act As starter. Walter Drumheller of the hotel Oliver whose reputation As a fast runner is Well known will be the starter at the races to he hold at the Continental Hosely of Panyk a big picnic at Dewitt spark on labor Day. If the track is in Good condition or. Drumheller May do some exhibition running. Engagement announced. The Many friends of miss Harriet Woods will he agreeably surprised to learn of her engagement to Frederick Mcquhae Falck of Elmira n. Y. Miss Woods is a daughter of Augustus Woods and for the past two years has been pursuing her musical studies in new York where with her magnificent Soprano voice she has won an enviable reputation. Or. Falck is a son of col William Falck u. S. A. Retired and holds an official position with the Philadelphia a Reading Railroad company with Headquarters at Shamokin. Death of mrs. Hugh Boyle. Mrs. Hugh Boyle a daughter of or. 1 and mrs. Patrick Mcca Fleitz of Spruce j and Cherry streets and a former Resi 1 Dent of this City diet at her Home near Hazleton on thursday afternoon at 12 30. Death was caused by a complication of diseases. Mrs. Boyle had been ill but two weeks. She was 33 years of age and is survived by her husband one son Hugh and a daughter Marie. The remains were brought to this City on the 4 53 p. R. R. Train saturday even i no. . R. U. 0. A. E. Gosh of. A 0 0 0 0 Oberdorf if. 2 a it 0 0 0 Ross 3b. 0 1 0 1 0 Hoffa a. 0 a it 11 0 0 Hoffman la. 0 �?�1 8 0 1 Hummer 2b 1 0 0 4 1 Shannon if. 1 0 2 1 1 Gilbert a. 1 1 0 4 0 Gaskins is. 3 0 3 1 a a total. 10 8 26 13 5 bloom8hi a it i. R. If. 0. A. E. Reigert la. 0 0 10 1 0 Lewis 3b 0 0 3 3 1 Kauffman ss., a. 1 1 5 1 0 Sharpless 2b 0 1 0 1 4 Price if. 0 1 1 0 0 Hummel cf., a. 0 it 0 0 1 Williams of. 0 0 0 0 0 White a. Of. U 0 1 5 0 sheep a. 0 1 2 it 0 total. 1 6 24 13 6 score by innings Danville. 10 0 0 3 4 0 0 x 10 Bloomsburg. 00 0 0 0 1 0 0�? 1 Danville will be Well represented. With the fall season near at hand the usual exodus to the numerous colleges will begin. Most of the students leave at different times during the month of september. A few leave Early in october. Danville is always Well represented at the different educational institutions and this year will prove no exception. Among this years students Are Ben Rogers who will enter the Dickinson Law school Carlisle. Edward Ammerman and Arthur Sloop will resume their studies at Dickinson. Howard Clark of South Danville and Charles Fenstermacher of Mausdale will return to state College. Curry Fisher will begin his second year at Lehigh University Bethlehem and Theodore Angle will enter the freshman has a a it t to a Ime institution. Witmond ii. Wilson will return to Princeton theological Seminary. William and Sydney Hofia of Washingtonville will resume their studies at the Medico Chirurg ical College. Philadelphia. Among the Young ladies who will attend the seminaries this year Are mis Mary Yorks at miss Gordon a school Philadelphia. Miss Lizzie Miles at ursinus College College Vilie if her health permits miss Lou welliver and miss of Rama Fabling at Bucknell Seminary Lewisburg. Miss Hattie Fry and miss Jennie Lovett will attend the state Normal school blooms Burg. Earned runs Danville i two base hit Oberdorf. Struck out by Gilbert Williams 3 White 3 Price Reigert Sharpless by White Hummer gosh Ross by Hummel Hoffman Hummer. Shannon Gilbert. Wild pitches Gilbert. Passed Halls 11 off a 2 sheep 1. Stolen base Gilbert. Sacrifice hits Gaskins Sharpless. Base on Halls off of White 6 Gilbert 1. Left on bases Danville 7 Bloomsburg 9. Umpire Mccloud. Funeral of p. W. Rhodes. The remains of p Rhodes were brought to this City from new York on the 4 15 d. L. It so Train Friday afternoon. The funeral procession moved from the station to the episcopal Ceme Tery where burial was made. The pall bearers were s. A Yorks a. G. Young Man j. C. Peifer and Joseph Patton. The episcopal burial service was read at the grave by t. F Patterson. Married. At noon on thursday the 22dinst at the Home of the Bride s parents or. And mrs. W111. Davison Union Corners pm. By Rev. C. E. Parker pastor of Rush Baptist Church. Or Wellington Swank and miss Emma Davison. La it the of Northumberland county. The newly married couple started at once to visit in the Central part of the state. At the conclusion of the ceremony the guests and relatives were invited by the Host and hostess or. And mrs. Davison to a Well prepared and sumptuous feast of Good things. Tin Bride attended the High scan it of in this City several years ago and has Manv friends Here. Dinner at the armory. The ladies of Golden link Temple no 122, will give a dinner in the armory on labor Day september 2ml, from 11 a. M. To 1 p. M. Price of tickets 35 cents. Everybody invited. Drowned at Long Branch. Telegrams were received in South Danville monday by relatives of prof. And mrs. Charles Blakeslee announcing the death he drowning of their sons. Walter aged 11 years and Raymond aged 8 years. It is supposed that the unfortunate boys were bathing near their Home at Long Branch n. J., when they met their death. Prof. Blakeslee is the principal of the Long Branch High school. Mrs. Blakeslee is a daughter of Alem Weehler of Kipps run. The boys with their parents were the guests of or. Weehler Early in the summer. Up to a late hour tuesday evening the bodies of Walter and Raymond Blakeslee two of the four boys drowned while bathing at Long Branch on monday were still missing. The Pound nets at Vandyke a fisheries a Quarter of a mile South of where the Accident occurred were lifted tuesday in the Hope that the bodies might have been caught in their southward course but no Trace of them was found. The fact that neither of the bodies has been discovered tends to strengthen the supposition that the boys went Down clinging to one another Ami Are still clutched in deaths embrace. The theory advanced by seamen is that the Bot lies Are not now Likely to be recovered until there is a change in the wind which has been Southwest for several Days. I of. And mrs. Blakeslee have the sympathy of a Large Circle of Danville friends in their sad bereavement. Killed by a train c. A Bent of Belleville Mifflin county was run Over by a passenger train on the Kuka Boquillas Valley Railroad on thursday night and had both legs Cut off. He died on Friday morning. I Bent was an Iron Molder and formerly Resi led in this City. He left Danville Many years ago. A daughter mrs. William t. -1 Eppi Ishii and one son William a s de i 8,.nth Danville. A11 h ii the Kiska Boquillas Road has been in operation ten years this is the first Senou a Ltd Idt it to occur on the line. H. M. Srkoch appointed. A dispatch from Harrisburg to the Philadelphia papers 011 saturday says governor sume has appointed Henry m. Schoeph of Danville a trustee of the Danville state insane Hospital to succeed Hon. Sirion p. Wolverton of Suu Bury who failed to qualify

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