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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - January 7, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaMenean vol. 55�?no. 1danville pa., thursday. January 7, 1909 established in 1855 did. Irving h. Jennings d uni 1st. Office Lour a. M. To i m. 10 4 Mill St., 1 p. M. To 4 p. 31. Dai Tille. A. Shultz m. 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a special items condensed. The Thomas Iron company will resume work at its Furnace in Alan refs Berks county which Lias been Idle Euice last March. Frank Cullen a Blacksmith who was terribly burned in the a Overtown theatre fire almost a year ago is still receiving Hospital treatment and has not been Able to work a Day since the disaster. A Leper arrived in new Orleans last week half starved and penniless after having walked 2,500 Miles from san Francisco to seek Refuge in the lepers Home near that place. Otto Bergen a Farmer of Reserva township Allegheny county. Used a preparation Toutai Piug phosphorus to make his hens Lay. The stuff was mix a a with Corn meal which was thrown on Straw and the chickens scratching around caused the phosphorus to set fire to the Straw Aud the Hickon House was burned. During 1038 there were 450,000 barrels of Beer brewed in Reading and 170,000,000 cigars were manufactured. Miss Lydia Worthington of Plymouth Luzerne Coutv of saturday night in a dream sprang out of bed opened a window Aud leaped ont but one foot caught somehow Aud she dangled from the window Bill a screaming loudly. The inmates of the House in other rooms did not hear her but two men passing by did Aud breaking open the door rushed up and rescued her saving her from a horrible death perhaps. There were 1,037 marriage licenses issued in Lancaster county during 1038. Which was fifty seven less than in 1907. George h beam in attempting to lift a fish net ont of the Lehigh River at out of his boat and was drowned. The plan inaugurated by president Lawrence Kiester of be Bayou Valley College to raise $59,000 for the College by january 1, was successful As tie amount contributed is $50,112. Daniel h. Erdman president of the fallout own Democrat publishing company and treasurer of the democratic county committee of Lehigh county died of saturday morning aged 48 years. Mrs. Charles Gormley of Philadelphia aged 42 years on saturday swallowed some carbolic acid having taken it by mistake for some cough Medicine Aud died in a Short time in great agony. The death rate in Philadelphia during 1908 was 17.16 per 1.000, the lowest rate in the history of the total number of deaths was 26.304. The deaths from tuberculosis were 3,065. Puck Mousia 2,643, heart disease 2.473,summer complaint Nuder 3 years 1,684, typhoid fever 533. Heu Jamie Miller a civil War Veteran of Lancaster/1 aged 80 years ended his life on new years Day by shooting himself in the head with a Gnu. He pulled the trigger with his toes. Or. J. O. Biddle for Twenty five years superintendent of the Ashland Hospital Schuylkill county Aud noted As a skillful surgeon in limb amputations Lias during that period made 2,500 amputations All with tie same saw. Mrs Eliza a Steinmetz who died recently in Allentown leaving an estate of $10.000, Blu a thru All to h i daughter except on Dollar which i to be placed in the hands of a Trust company and the interest l Auu Ual in to her son the Rev. O. H. Steinmetz. During tits lifetime. In the Home of mrs. Robert pols tick in Allentown o 8-year-old of Llou saturday night fell out of be its cries awakened the other Ramb i of the family just in time to Sav their lives As the rooms were filled with Gas escaping from the Kitchen stove and some of the children Wen Alliod overcome Uli Endy. James u. Kloh of Philadelphia who died a few Days ago left an estate a if $110,000, the bulk of Ali in is to be held in Trust for the use of i wife daughter and grand daughter Ami on the death of the last of the three the principal is to be divided equally Between the masonic Home Merlin dist orphanage Home for aged couples and Union Home for old ladies the tobacco Burn on the farm of Nathaniel Erb. In Penn township Lancaster county with five acres of tobacco in it was destroyed by fire on saturday. Loss $5,000. I consistent with its record of doing tilings on a Maui Wicent scale and of never falling Short of Complete Success in any demonstration that May be planned Danville on new years Day made All its promises Good by bringing Forth a mummers Parade which in Point of magnitude nud up to Date Aud entertaining features was never snap Aesop in this Section of the state. That Danville never does things by halves Aud that when it plans u Furuc Tou it always proves something Worth seeing is a fact Well recognize 1 by the peo 11 a of neighbouring towns. Tims it tru8pire9 that Dauville always has the crowds. Of new years Clay next in interest to the mummers themselves was the i my sense concourse of people who turned out to see the demonstration fully one half of whom were from out of town. Not Oulu was every incoming trolley car packed to tie limit but the trains on each of the railroads brought hundreds of visitors. By one of clock the sidewalks on Mill Street were Black with people by two of clock it was difficult for a person to thread his Way through the crowd by 2 30 of Clook when the Parade started the thoroughfare from the River Bridge to North Mill Street was packed and Tho mummers marched Between two solid Walls of human beings. Fortunate were those who stood near the outer Edge of the crowd there were Many whose View was obstructed Aud who obtained Only an imperfect idea of what the Trade was like windows awning roofs and other Vantage Points were occupied by eager sightseers. The Parado came up to the fondest expectation. The most of Tho Concep Tous were comic in their nature Tho co8tumrs. Without exception being Carric turns. La i Crous imitations of the real thing. The King Aud his or Sliaut equipage constituted one Tonoli of real dignity Aud Beauty. To Ambrose Prentiss and ins Jaunty Little pages who so gracefully upheld Bis expansive Aud luxuriously embroidered Cape we Are indebted for this much applauded departure which Wou the first prize. It is the first time that Auy one Ever attempted anything so elaborate in a new years Parade in Danville. Prominent Atn Oug the marchers this year Weie the a a girls a Well dressed Nuder a merry widow hats As Large As Curt wheels girls who walked with real Grace and dignify displaying French High hotels Nuder big feet and Al the requisite accessories of Dainty female toilets. Among other Mach a planed spa tires were the Luciaus from Bloomsburg the Lime Ridge Drill corps and col. Jigsaw and company Tho a a Gross pot a a product of the structural tubing works presenting the Plaut in miniature Aud a float drawn by two cows from the far n of o. B. Savage the Home of Crystal water each proved a great attraction Aud were applauded for their originality. The marchers were led by the committee in t. J. Prices handsome automobile. Kindly loaned for the occasion. An adequate idea of the length of the Parade Aud the variety of features embodied May in obtained from the list which follows relating to the award of prizes the six Cash prizes were awarded As follows first prize Twenty five and attendants. Second prize Twenty dollars red men. Third prize fifteen dollars Lime Ridge Drill corps fourth prize ten dollars colonel Jigsaw and company. Fifth prize five dollars. A a grease pot a structural tubing works sex taint sixth prize two dollars Aud tier cuts Crystal Spring water. A ton of Coal was a. Ard i Eracli of the following girl in y allow spirit of �?T76, sol Baster or. K a . S. And the a in hip. Twenty five pounds of floor were awarded each of tie following the in Xcvi Tho elephant nud a formless a Box of cigars Wax a warded to the upside Down Man police patrol a id the Hunters. Ota half dozen photographs were a warded each to the to bears Aud a goes who-1 iut Man. Other prizes a re a warded As of lows one half dozen his r up noun 1 Aly i Blak at head of Northumberland band gout s umbrella la lies u Burelli Lone Jerry widow. One Dollar Aud a half bust White Bear. Case of canned goods Kazoo band. Of ouch and Brash Hod Carrier. A f a Losen pair of suspenders Alaba i a Coons. Five pounds of roast beef old Willie Green s 1 a a Willie Green was in town monday. Many of our readers May fail to recall who Willie Green is. To such we would say that Willie was associated with two of the most exciting episodes that Ever occurred in Danville one being an attempted Highway robbery and the other a jail delivery. Green was arrested of the night of october 13, 1902, in company with Andrew Lynx after on townsman. U. Y James had been hell up near the Corner of Moharch and East Market streets. Along with Andrew Lux Green Lay nearly three months to prison awaiting trial during this interval along with Lynx he broke jail. The excitement caused by the jail delivery will be readily recalled. It was sunday afternoon Aud the fugitives were far of their Way toward Freedom before they were missed by the sheriff. They were captured in the Railroad Yards at sub try by officers of that town and were returned to Tho Montour county prison. Audrew Lux was foam guilty of attempted Highway robbery and was sentenced to ten years in the Eastern Penitentiary. He is still serving sentence. A Willie Green was thought to to dying of consumption Aud Bis Case aroused much sympathy. The evidence did not show conclusively that lie had participated in the Holdup and be was acquitted of that charge. He was found of jail breaking tint because of his feeble health sentence was suspended on condition that to would leave Danville Aud never return. A a Willie agreed Rozaily enough to give Danville a wide berth for All time but with what Fidelity be has lived up to ii a Promise is Manifest when it is explained that to the positive knowledge of the officers yesterdays visit to Danville was the third that Green has made since he was before court. He evidently thinks lie is very astute hut on occasion of each visit he was detected by the officers a few boors after he arrived. He received his ultimatum monday when chief mince Moyer gave him Oue half an hour to get out of town Aud told him if he Ever reappeared Here to would take him into custody had deliver him Over to court. When last seen Green was on his Way to Mausdale Aud he Wasny to losing aug time neither. A life of travel poems to agree with a a Willie Aud to has taken of flesh since i left Danville. A 11 evidences of consumption seem to have vanished and judging from appearances he is Able to eat three meals a Day and a handout or so b. Kowm passes away on readers will be grieved to learn of the death of George b. Brown son of on townsman a. B. Brown which occurred at ua-ey.iil., tuesday morning. The Canso of de Atli was nervous exhaustion. The deceased was ill for same time. He was known to be in a very critical condition and the Telegram which arrived tuesday announcing his death was not unexpected by the relatives. George b. Brown was thirty eight years of age. He was Horn Aud grew to manhood in Dauville. During the last thirteen years he was engaged in Railroad y. M. O. A. Work in the West. He was a Young Man of sound Principio and of devout Riata re. Who accomplished much Good in his Brief Span of life he is survived by Bis wife and two Small children at Casey also by his hither b. B. Brown a brother t. G. Brown and a sister mrs. B. W. Mussulman of Danville. The deceased with his family spent several weeks in Danville last summer. While mrs. Alec Moore coloured living near Rosedal a was at work in her Kitchen monday preparing a of the Small boys j laying there set Are to her apron string a jest to see the Blaze a the woman narrowly escaped Horn nor to lentil s Eliuh. Hunch of bananas coloured preacher. Pair of gloves Small automobile. Pair of sep prs South sea islanders. M Filer Man with Flag one dozen trousers holders merry widow no. 2 one dozen bangers Uncle 8aai. Pair Ruff buttons rip Yau Winkle n Ktie a a boy Clown on horseback. Bottle toilet water bugler. B in of Candy Loving couple. A Box of cigarettes donated by the judges was awarded to Thomas g. Vincent chief aide. The prize offered by sheriff Williams or the person who should recognize him Ondar his i ignite was won by Thomas longer and Beaver Gross. The county commissioners after being inducted into office organized monday afternoon by electing Geo. W. Miles president and George r. Sech Ler Secretary. Horace o. Bine was chosen clerk. The Atli of office was administered to George r. Stchler John Coleman Aud George w. Miles county Comtuis-sioner8-elect by Register Aud recorder w. L. Sidler. Or. Sidler also administered the oath to the county Auri tors elect b. L Diehl Thomas Vau Sant and j. H. Woodside. Prothonotary Thomas o. Vincent administered the Atli of office to District attorney elect c. P. Gearhart. At 1 30 of clock Tho Oon Uty commissioners retired to tiie court room for the purpose of electing clerk solicitor jail physicians and court hons janitor. In the election of clerk there was quite a contest eight Bull the being taken. There w Ere three candidates Frauk Newmaker Henry wire Ninn and Horae i o Blue who has filled the position for the last two terms during the deadlock that ensued or. Miles supported Frauk Newmaker or. Keohler supported Henry Wireman Aud or. Coleus a Horace o. Blue. The deadlock was broken by or. Keohler who on the eighth ballot voted for Horace o. Bine. Or Bine was declared elected and his salary was fixed at fifty dollars per month. R. S. Anu Kermau was elected county solicitor. It was ordered that he receive a retaining fee of fifty dollars each year. Or. Cameron Shultz was elected jail physician for the first year. Or i. G. Barber for the second year and or. R. S. Patten for the third year. John Reppert was ele Tad janitor of the court House at a salary of $18 per Mouth. Tin Bonds of Tho county commissioners were approved by associate in docs Frank g. Blee and Hon l. W. Krum chosen Steward 10 minors Samuel Waite of the first Ward was arraigned before Justice of the peace Ogle by tuesday afternoon to answer the charge of fam Ishing liquor to minors. He was held for court Ball being fixed at $200. Waiters arraignment followed As the sequence of the arrest of Annie Bloomer and Bessie Kennedy which arrests were caused by Waite last november the charge being that the two girls stole Money from him. Tho girls were convicted and sentenced to six months in prison. The girls in torn caused waiters arrest the information lodged by each before Justice Oglesby set Forth that on the 9th Day of november last and at divers other times within two years past Samuel Waite did give furnish Aud provide her the deponent a minor Nuder age of 20 years for her use As a beverage certain Spiritos malt and brewed liquors whiskey Aud Beer and that the said Samuel Waite Well knew the said deponent to be a minor at the time. Justice Oglesby temporarily removed his office to the county jail occupying the office of sheriff Williams. Waits after his arre6t, monday night was placed in jail to await a hearing. Annie Bloomer and Bessie Kennedy were brought Down from their cells to Tho sheriffs office after which Waite was brought in Aud arraigned. In both cases he pleaded not guilty to the charge. Each of the girls however on being sworn declared that Waite had famished her with both Beer and whiskey a Supply of which he frequently had on hand. Each was emphatic that Waits had in person landed her the whiskey of the Day when the alleged robbery was committed As Well As at other times. Waite put in a vigorous denial in sisting that of the Day when the Money was taken the girls purloined the whiskey that he had it concealed in a cupboard a for a Job that Justice Oglesby was of Tho opinion that a Prima Facie a ase had been made out and lie held the defendant for court fixing Hail in each Case at 8200. No Hon Smau appearing the defendant was remanded to jail. I i january Coart will Convene on next monday the 11th just. According to present indications there will be Only a Small number of Commonwealth cases of band. Were it not for a few civil oases that May come on for trial it would not be Worth while for the traverse jury to appear. For several years past it has occurred that there has been Only a Small volume of business of hand at the term following the holidays and at the last moment the traverse jurors were notified not to appear and Only such matters were Given attention As were of pressing importance. It was Learned however at the court House yesterday that there is no probability that court will be declared off this term. Up to Date there Are Only five com Mon Wealti cases. The civil list is As follows Sophia g. Eckman is. Lehigh amp Wilkes Barre goal and Iron company. Trespass. Hinckley and Mensch for plaintiff and Wolverton herring and Wolverton for defraud and. Sophia g. Eck Raan is. Gross Creek Coal company. Trespass. Gearhart Hinckley and Mensch for plaintiff Aud Wolverton herring and Wolverton for defendant. Jacob b. Moser is. Jonathan Stahl. Appeal. Chamberlain of Milton for plaintiff and h. M. Hinckley for still in commission David Kanrn of Mahoning township will be the next Ecward at the Alius House of Danville and Mahoning poor District. Or. It. S. Patten will be the next physician. The overseers of the poor for the Danville and Mahoning District held their Auu Ual meeting monday. William Russell was chosen Secretary nud j. P. Bare treasurer of Tho Board a William ease West. Esq. Was chosen As attorney. David Kruni who succeeds Frank Hartline As Steward is a skillful Aud a Sace Essul Farmer who has been a resident of in housing township for Many years. The change at the poor farm will not take place until the first of april. Or. Patten As physician at the alms House succeeds i is. Cameron Shultz and g. A. Stock. The crops yielded Well on the poor farm last year. Nevertheless the income proves inadequate to support the big family of inmates practically none of whom Are producers. Due probably to the Industrial depression the inmates at the alms Honse exceed thus of Auy other being Twenty five there at present with prospects of More annual Corn Showbiz years work for so hens fifty hens owned by c. D. Garrison at Grovania have established a record for laying during the year past that it would be hard to beat. During the summer of 1907 among the chickens hatched on the Garrison premises Mere fifty pallets which with the Advent of january 1, 1908, had fairly entered upon their career As egg producers. Mrs. Garrison was very proud of her flock of fifty lies and she became desirous of knowing How Many eggs they would produce during the year. Accordingly each Day she kept an account of the eggs Laid and of new years 1909, she had a grand total of 535 dozen and 5 eggs. Scattered pacts. Last year 3,003 patents were issued according to the Auu Ual report of the Secretary of the Interior. Porto Rico is preparing to spend $3,000,000 of an irrigation project. There Are 31,000 permanent White residents of Alaska. Gold was produced in Alaska last year to the value of $17,490,777. The government maintains 25 reservations for the Protection of native wild Birds. The bulted states has a school fund of $38,818.100. There Are 1,421 Day schools for indians. No intermarried Whites Are on the Rolls of the Creek or Seminole nations. More than 40.000.000 barrels of Oil were marketed from Indian lands in the year. Pennsylvania a third annual Corn show annual Dairy show and annual meeting of the state Board of agric lature Penu a a. Livestock breeders association and be Una a. Daily Union will All be held in Chestnut Street Hall Harrisburg january 26 to 29 inclusive. Nine magnificent Silver cups and forty five Cash prizes will in offered for Tho Best exhibit of ten ears of Corn and $50 and $25 cups for Ilie Best exhibits of fifty ears made by subordinate Granges. Corn prizes Aro j for Pennsylvania Farmers Only seed Rae not allowed to corp the. A lot of Cash and other valuable prizes will be offered for milk Aud butter. Speakers include the following prof. We Hill of the University of Chicago farm economics or. Trios. F. Hunt prof. F. D. Baduer Aud or. W. T. Philliap All to discuss Corn or. Carl w. Gay the stallion Law j. M. Dodge. Market hogs j. A a. Dun Oan motion making or. E. B. Vor lines Alfalfa Alva Agee Lime j. F. Lantz state fair prof. F. R. Marshall principles of Breeding or. H. P. Armsby animal nutrition prof. H. H. Dean milk p. Ii. Keifer expert judge i better and a number of others. The Pena. Is Experiment station will make a Corn demonstration and u. S. Department of agriculture experts will give illustrations and demonstrations in various phases of Dairy log. For particulars As to the Corn show address e. S. Bayard 20 a bad ave. East end. Pittsburg As to the daily show prof. H. E. Yan Normal state College a. For program. Etc., Sec. N. B. Ritoh Fiell Harri Burg a. Everything is free to entry or admission fees injuring tree to a memorial Park residents in the Vio indy of memorial Park state that the Young Trees planted on Arbor a Lav Are being injured by thoughtless or maliciously inclined boys who seem to regard the Park a Public ploy ground. It a a no unusual sight to see the boys beating the ten Ler Treib with oohs. Bending them Over amp of the bark is knocked off some of the Trees and the info reuse would he that they am also injured about the roots As the result of the hard usage to which they Timve been subjected. It is to be regretted that a me or nor of the offenders have not been Arret de. If an example were roads of one i would probably have the effect of i. Terring others. We Are informed Rha an Effort is being made to obtain the names of the boys whose a to duct is of scribed Abov the Winter thus for has not been sufficiently rigid to pot George w. Rockwell Tho contractor out of business. Tuesday his dredging machine was scooping up ashes at a record breaking rate and the plucky contractor Lias no idea of suspending operations until the work of filling up the canal is completed. Or. Rockwell stated that lie could finish hauling ashes in a week or Teu Days if moderately fair weather continued. A View of the canal in the Hospital grounds shows that the work is rapidly approaching completion while the immense cavity that yawns an each Side of Railroad Street where the ashes and cinder have been scooped of attests to the enormous Quantity of material that has been removed. Weather such As we have had up to the present interposes to obstacle to the work. During the mild weather of a couple of Days past the track of the narrow Gunge Railroad where the Frost Lias left tie ground Sank a Little Here Aud there hut although much care is required in Rinir. No the cars no serious Dera Lnu its have occurred unites prolonged cold weather with deep Snow follow the a our Acci Hopes not ouly to finish filling up t canal this Winter Bur also to Rpp Ian of the top of the ashes to e course of Fertile soil removed by to he for filling up began. P ii the veterans of Montour county who held a meeting recently and adopted Resolution a urging oar representative to in port a state pension net will be glad to learn that there is every possibility of a soldiers pc Sion Bill passing the present legislator Aud becoming a Law. It is said that the governor will this year approve such a Bill although he vetoed a similar Bill two years ago owing to a insufficient a dispatch from Harrisburg last evening stated Itiat a committee of Veteran soldiers met senator Blewitt of Lack Wauna yesterday at the Lochiel hotel Aud presented the Bill to him Aud that lie will introduce it in the Senate of monday january 18, the Day the Senate committees Are announced. This committee of veterans consisted of sheriff a. B. Stevens and Captain p. Delacey of Scranton h. H. Ben Gong Pittsburg w. A. Cook. York and judge Halsey of Wilkes Barre. Provisions in Bill. Tho pension Hill presented by them Aud which no doubt will be the one that will become a Law provides that any person who enlisted Aud served ninety Days in the army Navy or Marine corps during tin civil War at the time being a resident of the state and who at present reside sin Pennsylvania shall he paid a pension of $6 per Mouth. The governor shall appoint a pen Sion Board of three persons at a salary of $2,500 each who shall pass non the applications. A commissioner of pensions shall also be appointed at $3,000 per year who shall have charge of and make payment of the pensions. The commissioner of pensions shall have an office Force of a chief clerk at $1,800, two clerks at $1,200. A mess Enger at $900, stenographer at $1.c00 and additional clerks at $900 each. The pension Board shall appoint three clerks at $1,200 each. Quarterly ments. Tho payment of pensions shall be made quarterly beginning with the a waiter ending february 28, 1910, and no application will be considered before september 1, 19 9. All pensions will be paid by warrant mailed to the pensioner. No person borne of the United states Rolls a9 a deserter shall receive a pension and All applications Mast be made under oath. The sum of #4,500,000 is appropriated for the purpose of paying the pensions under the or musician re noved by death merchants inventory the busiest season of the year began monday for most of the merchants in Danville. They Are now taking inventories of their Stock with the View of determining exactly the by blues done during the past year. With most a Siuess houses in town this inventory is carried Down to the last detail so that estimates can be made almost to the Penny of the value of the Stock on hand. It often takes As High no two or three weeks to finish the inventories especially when there is a great variety of goods in the Stock. This work is done by the clerks in a edition to their regular duties Ami they Are generally kept very Busy until it is Over. In general the business done by local firm during the past year was sat1 factory except in the he ginning of the the Husino a depression was hug Felt most. The. Prospects Are that the Bensine a of the coming year will far exceed that of the one just past of conditions Are growing better edding sol i Niff at six of clock a. H. A wedding of note was sol. Muired at t e manse of the Mahoning Pressln a ton an Charco it 6 o clock yest Enla morning he the Rev James Wol a Loi Kiik the Contra Ting a ties Bein mis in Lolin Soti daunt or of or mid mrs. K. H. Johns Harry g Peter son of or and mrs Frauk g Peters All if this Cit %. The newly we i a a i. Couple a for on the 7 05 d. L. V w. Train for a t in to new y re and Host a. Returning to Daub lie they will Resol a at the a it hot i. Of win a h to re a he Groo a a father is o p i. Ron a a i i Gimi Are w. 1. Know i and p Pular Young people of it Vil e. W Liam Mccloud who was co Sigu eel t i Fin grave in St. In Eph s Cerne ter. Tuesday was an old time music Iau of Danville. He was one of to e Early members of a loess band Aud he longed to a number of musical organizations since. Tiie deceased was sixty three years of age. He came to this county locating at Dauville when eighteen years of age. He was a musician from boyhood and was not in this country three months when lie began to play in the band. He was first a member of the twelfth regiment band and later in succession belonged to Stoes band St. Josephus band of which he was Leader Goodwill band and citizens band. The funeral took place at St. Josephus Catholic Church at 9 of clock tuesday morning the Rev. Father Mccann officiating. High req vein mass was celebrated. The pallbearers were James Mccormick James Ryan Bernard Mur Phy Patrick Finley John Mon Naiu Aud Michael Reilly. The following persons from out of town att need the funeral mrs. Bur hard of Scranton mrs. Thomas Montgomery of Philadelphia or. Ami mrs Jacob Hook Miller of Allentown Patrick finn of Wilkes Barre mrs. Mary find and miss Mary u Brien of my Jim boy City Jerry and Patrick Connors of Plain Richard i Dowd and family of room Borg or. Ami mrs. William Mccloud of Hite Rock hens establish record the Snow Ball poultry farm situated below Riverside Aud owned by a Wollfarth is beginning to acquire of the score of its Tine poultry. Fifty Plymouth Rock hens the occupants of Oue pen i ave Stab shed a Recor Siffor laying Ami tiie owner is very proud of them. These fifty Birds which a Ere l watched during the Spring of 1907, produced during tiie Mouth of Dot a a Niber 954 eggs. The eggs Are Gatli red a hie close of to Adi Day. Or. Woltil Firtle is an attendant at our Curbstone Market. His poultry i. S resent an attractive sight and Are visited by a number of people

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