Page 3 of 25 Jan 1906 Issue of Danville Montour American in Danville, Pennsylvania

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 25 Jan 1906 in Danville, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Danville Montour American.

Browse Danville Montour American
  • danville-montour-american page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • danville-montour-american page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • danville-montour-american page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • danville-montour-american page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 25 Jan 1906 Danville Montour American in Danville, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - January 25, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaHer Christmas air gel or his a Christmas Story by Sally Chamberlin copyright 1904, by Sally it Hamberlin a whom do you Ali Ink i saw today Hausau Strong a said Ned with his win plug smiles As he walked into the room of his invalid sister at the end of his Days work. Quot Eleanor Carrington a replied Susan promptly. Surprise overspread his beaming countenance. Quot that s exactly who it was but How in time did you guess Quot Quot Quot a sort of second sight we Lulu lids have dear answered his sister. The moment you appeared around that curtain a sensation swept Over me which i always used to have when i Law her studding across the aisle in Church with her unapproachable bearing und her Calm mud Una like face i fairly worshipped her Ned. Where did you see her Quot Quot at the Grund Central depot. 8ho was helping a crippled boy out of a cab when his Crutch fell under the wheels. Maybe i was t or. Johnny on the spot my but she is a Queen Quot More than this he never said of any girl for it was Susan s greatest Cross that her Stalwart brother the Apple of her Eye had been obliged to give up his Young life social und athletic to Beur the financial Burden of her illness. Ned Strong had held the record for Hammer throwing at his University and Hud Len candidate for the next years football team when he had been forced to put it All behind him and turn his attention to sterner realities including exorbitant Bills presented by the specialists employed to relieve his sister. For two years she had suffered with an affection of the knee which even the most eminent surgeons had Lieen unable to name. For some weeks now she had been fastened in a Brace which gave comparative Relief and permitted her to sit up in bed. And with the cessation from suffering came renewed eagerness to hear of the la eau Alful outside world. Quot Eleanor does t seem to be going in very Strong for society Quot Ned continued. Perching himself on the Edge of 8usan�?Ts Couch. Quot when i was lunching with Hilly Sanford yesterday he said she had spent almost the entire summer going to and from new York with Ehll Dreu whom she was having treated at the Hospital for cripples on forty second a Why Ned that s the Hospital where i it a. Gibbs is head surgeon. He was telling me at out those patient Little Ehll Dreu Only yesterday when he was working on my Quot sure enough. I telephoned him this morning and he say he has a new contract Lou which he will try in a week or so that will simply discount the Brace you have on Quot i shall ask him if he knows Quot Dou t you worry. He in t the kind of Man who would let such a Beauty pass unnoticed a and uncultivated a though 1 understand she s spoken for. Billy says senator Elkus is the favored Quot he s too old for this in a tone of disappointment. A that a the Way of the world 8ue. The Man that s got the Money is the Only one who need come round. The rest of us poor devils can stand Back and adore silently. Think of the cripples she could have treated on the senator s Money Quot he Tiung Back his shoulders As if throwing off an ugly thought then he Lieut tenderly Over the invalid. Quot of sue it is splendid to see you free from pain once More a and with a rousing kiss Emblem of All his Devotion and self sacrifice he strode away to his solitary dinner. In one of her Wakeful night watches Busan lived Back in the year which had preceded her in Lucas. It came to her like a reve Matlou that in those Days Ned had not exactly stood Back and adored in silence. Eleanor Carrington had shared All his College enthusiasm and though Husum. Lively Golden haired Little sister of a big strapping brother had never entirely entered into these interests. In the new Light of understanding vouchsafed invalids As a compensation for physical deprivations she Law Why Eleanor Carrington had suddenly dropped out of her brother a life. When or. Gibbs called the next morning he was surprised at her animation. Quot you want Christmas work to do now. See Here you re not worrying about Bills and things a the Shook her head. Quot i just want to make some one Happy for Christmas. Done to you think i could dress some dolls for the Hospital children a Quot just the thing to make you forget the occasional twinges in this knee that is. If you Don t sit up too Long at a time til speak to miss Carrington who is chairman of our Christmas and lie did not dream Why the Sud in in glad Light came into Susan Strong s Eye. Two Days later Eleanor Carrington a Earlage stopped before the Humble Strong cottage she brought into the sickroom a new and invigorating at Uoo to there Quot my dear Glria. I have never heard of your illness we have lived almost constantly in the country of late and i Seldom sue your brother Why did t you let me know i should have been so glad to come. And now you Send for Roe that you May help me in my work you make me feel so so self Ash a her Rich furs dropped from her shoulders. And the tall statuesque Young w Unn fell to it the lit the invalid with pathetic face big Wistful. Short Curi ing hair. Quot of. You must t feel hit Way a said the girl is she stroked the fur with her wasted hand. As taken such get of care of me. And i Well. I just need something to occupy my mind. Did you bring the dolls a Quot dolls dozens of them a said miss Carrington with a Happy catch in her voice. Quot hut you must let me Cut out he clothes it is enough for you to this was the he gluing of Happy itys for Susan Strong. Hardly an afternoon passed without a fall front Eleanor who wanted to see How the Gay ladies from Paris. Herlin Switzerland Japan and Russia were coming on. Sometimes she Laid aside her wraps and sewed with the invalid. During these hours Susan Learned Many things not Only of the Hospital work but of Eleanor s life at Home and in the social world. And. Best of All. She Learned that the rumours regarding the Beautiful girls engagement to senator Elk us were without found ton. Only once did Susan Wim Little girl that to w As refer to Ned a if you happen to see Ned Don t Tell him about this will you i done to want him to know until All the dolls Are finished and then Well have a dress Parade. Maybe when he sees the work has not Hurt me. His he will let me do something to help him pay the Eleanor Carri Uptou looked past the invalid through the window into the Cleur Winter sunlight As if seeing a faraway picture. A i do not Ali Ink there is any danger of my seeing your hut she was wrong. She saw him the very next Day. When he came Home earlier than usual. She had brought some Holly to deck Susan a room for Christmas was drawing near and she had brought a beautifully embroidered dressing sack for the invalid also. Susan was tying the Bow at the Throat of her Dainty gift and surveying herself in a Small Mirror. Eleanor was hang ing a Holly Wreath above the dressing table when she swung around suddenly the Gay Wreath rolling to the floor. In the Mirror she had caught sight of Neil Strong s amazed face. He was standing in the doorway. Quot of. Ned. Why did you come too soon Quot cried Susan in mock dismay. In reality her heart was singing with very Joy. said the Man without moving from the doorway. She stooped to pick up the Wreath and when she stood up once More her color had come Back and her composure was perfect. Quot to were just fixing a Little Surprise for she Salil offering her hand and meeting his glance squarely a but i Don t think you deserve it. You Haven to played fair. his glance wavered from her face to the invalids Couch. Susan was Landing Over tying u refractory Bow in a dolls hat. Eleanor went on quietly. Quot you might at least have told me Why Quot a t could his voice was very Low. A i did not dare ask you to waft she Drew her breath sharply a and yet you must have a minute later Ned Strong Bent Over Bis sister s Couch. The refractory Bow bad come to time. She looked up into his face with shining eyes. Quot Susan dear you re our christinas _ Stork of Gondi. In an old collection of matronly stories entitled Quot the gospel of the printed it Bruges in 1475, this passage occurs a when a Stork builds her nest Over a Chimney it is a sign that the proprietor shall have wealth and Long ancient beliefs admitted that the Stork protected buildings against lightning. It is a holy Bird Ami in certain German towns the arrival of the storks heralds of Spring was announced with joyous blasts by the watchman on the Tower. What is certain is that which Michelet says of the Swallow May be applied to the Stork a lie Bas taken not Only our House but also our legends go still further. They consider storks As the incarnation of departed souls. In that metamorphosed capacity they have for Mission to search the Bottom of Wells for the souls of Newborn infants. In the whole of Northern and Central Germany they have their baby Wells. Hamburg too had her this naive Faith has its origin in ancient mythology. Which represents the Stork jointly with the Peacock As the favorite Bird of Juno goddess of of Maurice in Gelhart. Circus is. Cookery by Colin s. Collins i ropy right 19o�, by j. If. Mulure Beetle with Maxim Gan. One of the instructors of a big University led the Way to a Small Box smiling with Pride As he did so. A i want to show you a rare species of Beetle a said he. The Beetle which was a burnished Blue with a red head and red legs Lay partly hidden under a Stone. The instructor advanced his Finger slowly. The Beetle waited watchful und intrepid. The Finger almost touched the insect and then puff a Cloud of Blue smoke shot out and under cover of this smoke the Beetle beat a rapid Retreat. Quot Isnit that marvelous a the instructor said. Quot and the Little Rascal can Eilt puff after puff can fire gun after gun Nineteen or Twenty to the minute. No wonder be 1s called the Bombardier is it a Quot Lilis Bombardier Beetle is rare. He has in his body certain glands secreting a liquid which on Contact with the air. Has the curious property of turning into a Smoky vapor. The vapor is his defense against bigger beetles. Hidden under it he seeks a new the Pueblo indians. Their it Ellston la in n Way a species of water worship. Eagle feathers Are much used in the ceremonials of the Pueblo indians and in order to make sure of a Supply the Zuni keep the Birds in cages plucking a few feathers whenever they happen to want them. On the other hand the Moki have eagles nests located at various spots within thirty or forty mile of their towns which Are considered the property of different clans among them. The Eagle lays its eggs in the same nest year after year and the clans inherit rights to certain Nesta from generation to generation. The eagles Are not killed but the new fledged Young ones Are taken from the nest that is to say All but one or two. Which must be left. To remind the Eagle god to encourage the la a ing of More eggs by the Birds an egg carved out of Wood is placed where the divinity will be sure to see it also after being plucked the eagles Are carefully buried in a certain Cleft in the rocks which is the Eagle cemetery. Here the eagles have i it eau interred for centuries and the place is very sacred. The Pueblo indians Bave a Trade thou of the flood and they say that the Turkey is marked in commemoration of that event. Its tall being Black at the end where it was dragged through the mud after the water had subsided the Duck is another sacred Bird being associated with water. From the Pueblo Point of View anything that 1� related 1 a the All precious water in any Way is a object of worship. Their religion is made up to h great extent of aquatic divinities and might be called a species of water worship the hirer Kongo. Tropical Rivers vary greatly in vol ume in the Rainy season sweeping to the sen in vast torrential floods and near the end of the dry season flowing slowly and Only in the Central and deeper portions of their Beds i he Kongo however the largest River in Africa rises and Falls very slightly and c commander Cameron accounts for this peculiarity which was at onetime considered inexplicable by the observation that the Basin of this great River extends on both shies of the Equator and therefore one Rno lety of its tributaries Are in flood while the other Are at their minimum volume Jackson Peters regarded the girl by his aide almost with horror. Can to help what you think a she cried defiantly. A i just can to stand this sort of thing any Quot you done to have he urged gently. Quot you just say the word Sally and ill see your a tomorrow a a a can to you understand. Jack Peters a she cried with a stamp of the foot. A that woman let me take the High school course a cause id be wanting to go to College next she said. She just done to want to see me do anything grand just get married and Settle Down slaving for some Man just As in be been slaving for her Ever since a married a a done to you think a he suggested gently Quot that perhaps she Means Well she a seen a lot of the world. be she knows a would no to do no a there you go preaching like All the she stormed. A some of these Days you la Wake up and find me gone. I can be As Good As Quot i do pm to see Why you want to go off and in foolish jest because you done to like mrs. Burrow so he declared gently. Quot she Means Quot in a going to be like her a insisted the girl pointing to a lurid poster rep resenting a Young woman in Gay apparel standing upon the tip of her toe on the Back of a spirited horse. A she w As one of Mem once. I guess 1 can ride that Way As Well As on a a Oil us a mused Peters. A a girl As can Cook As Well As you ainu to got no Call to be tra Pesing round the country with a Sally Burrows got Down from the Wall. Quot All the same Quot she cried defiantly a a in a Golno with Mem Quot with a nod town Ard the circus posters. �?�1 guess 1 can Cook for Mem until i can she darted off Down the Road. Peters looked regretfully after her. He knew from experience the futility of seeking to overtake her. Things had been Well Between himself and Sally Burrows until her father had married a circus rider who had been thrown from her horse and left behind by the show until her fractured leg grew Well. Mixing before that time she had won the affections of Ilioram Burrows and she made him a Good wife. Sally How Ever had refused to accept her new Mother and there Hail been quarrels Ever since Hiram had brought Home his Bride. The girl resented the intrusion of another woman in her mothers place and her own dethrone ment As mistress of the House. Now she chafed to leave the quiet Home and make a name for herself even As the rival Hail done and Jack Bou Peters pleaded in vain. He had a Strong ally in mrs. Bur rows who saw that the girl in a Home of her own would be far happier than in her fathers House but this very Alii Ance was against him and Sally from the Bam saw him go into the House and her slender Frame Shook with sobs As she realised that Jack was talking Over her new idea with her Stepmother. She did not. However connect Jackson a visit with his departure fur the count a town the following Day nor did Ellie realize that he carried with him a letter to the proprietor of Wells grand United shows and consolidated men Geries therefore it was with no sus Pipiou that she regarded that gentleman a enthusiastic Welcome of her proportion that she join the troupe and act As Cook until she could learn to be a performer. Quot just what 1 wanted a he cried jovially. A a you be got the very build for a rider. We Lay Over Here tomorrow and ill give you your first lesson in the Sally wanted to wait but Wells would take no denial. The show would stay on the grounds Over sunday and there was no time to be lost. She could slip away from her people and he could Tell just what she could do. Her Stepmother had driven Over to the next town for a visit after the matinee performance saturday and there was nothing to hinder her from keeping her appointment with Wells. One of the women furnished her with a costume from her own wardrobe and rally blushing furiously at the Bloom ers. Crept into the ring. Wells was teaching his own daughter to ride and to the Center pole of the tent had been added a huge Boom which reached out As far is the circumference of the ring. From a Pulley at the end of this dangled a rope with the horrible suggestion of a Gallows and beneath it stood a Broad backed White horse his Hack Sticky with powdered resin. A Man in his undershirt and overalls looking ver it Little like the ring master of the afternoon before stood talking with the tired faced Down. As she appeared he came toward her with a Broad Canvas licit. This they fastened about her Waist hooking the ring at the Back into the dangling rope. The ring master lifted her to the horses Back while the Clown pulled the rope tight and with a few Brief directions about keeping her balance the ring master cracked the whip and the horse started off. For two or three paces she kept her balance then with a yell she realized that she was falling her feet went up and the weight of her body was thrown against the la Elt. They let her Down gasping for breath until she clutched the horses mane und could regain her footing. Then the dreadful Wilip cracked again and again she Hung by the Belt wildly waving her hints. The Boom was Pusner around a that she kept always Over the Back of t a horse and by a Effort she recover i her balance aided somewhat by the slackening of the rope at the end of tin twice around the ring and her ambition to be a rider died within her. She scrambled from tin horses Back trying to choke Buck the tears of humiliation. Wells was All sympathy. A perhaps you might in better As an acrobat a he suggested kindly. Quot you a make a Good enough rider if you kept at it. Dolly Here was worse than you when she started in want to try it again a Quot i Ali Ink id rather be in acrobat a she Almo a whisper in trying to choke bark the mobs. Acrobats were not left dangling Over a horse and they had a soft Matt it it full upon. The Clown id the horse from the 1 ring and two men unrolled a Felt pad upon the sawdust even without the Blue tights she recognized them a the acrobats and she watched them it Uri Otisie a they fastened a rope a snit the Belt we say a now a Quot cautioned one. You throw yourself Forward just As though you were going to dive into she braced herself for the command it seemed Ages in coming but at last stae heard the cry and gave a jump Forward. She Felt the rope around her Waist tighten she realized that she was spinning in the air. And then she landed on hands and Knees on the pad. She Hail Only turned twice but it seemed As if she had leu revolving la space for an hour for a moment she Lay there robbing until the kindly faced woman took her to the dressing tent. A a it a harder work than you Tii ought. Isnit it a sin asked kindly. A we All have i a a a a through with that. 1 thought g to kill no a before i Learned to Wells seemed disappointed but not surprised when he Learned that she had abandoned a circus career but he was very Nic about it Ami she crept out of the tout humiliated and ashamed. Three months later Jackson Peters was saying go idly to mrs. Burrows before taking his Bride to her new Home. A a he u i i husband to her. said the lady. And it you want to hold her love Neer let her Lind out that i used to ride for Wells Aud that we had it fixed up for Aud Jackson. Being Wise never told. Twelve Serley it perfume. A leading authority on perfumes divides the entire list into twelve series ill Floral us of the Rose Violet and the like i herbal As of Bergamot mint and other aromatic plants it the grass series o uprising several fragrant Whiteh grow in Ceylon or India As the Orange grass which contains an essential Oil identical with that of the Orange and Ginger grass which Lias the perfume of the Ginger Root 141 the Citrine series comprising the Orange Lemon Aud their combinations i r. I the spice series derived from the Clove cinnamon allspice and the like Titi the Wood series As the sandalwood Sassafras Rosewood which derives its name not from the fact that it has the color of roses but from the odor exhaled by it when freshly out 7i the i la it series us the Orris Root and Many others is the seed series As the Caraway and Vanilla Ltd the Balm and gum series of which there Are Many varieties lib All perfumes and essences derived from fruits. The eleventh Serif s consists of combinations of the foregoing varieties and the twelfth comprises All animal perfumes of whatever nature. Al bin a incr hustled by c. B. Lewis i Ofifi Vuht 19o6, by met Luis. I Hilliii a <4 co. Liovvi it it a zealand is. New zealand is p a Puarly supposed to be a group of comparatively unimportant i lands lying close off the coast of Australia and subject to what is vaguely termed a the australian As a matter of fact it is about equal in area to tie British islands is Distant s my 1.200 Miles from the neighbouring continent is an Independent. A Elf governing Colony and pos ses is More Beautiful and varied scenery than any other single country of tin world a cent the United states. To crony a a insist of two Large 1s-l.i11 it Ulm i third mall one called a. A land to the Smth. The two 1 i mis Are properly Calliel the i Ami the Middle Island by n it y language the Middle in in t. No is the South Island. As Tbs a Slat no is nearer to the Unta Vii it a p i than the North Island. It has. A y in its southernmost part a cold Riim a. The North Island bus a warm a ii Mali climate to cause the Oleander an i in. Cilia to Bloom luxuriously. And northernmost part the Orange Well. Incl Rel \ r t i we. Is it u i n generally that works of Art were a a i paid for in ancient times a germ., i i a a. In furnished recently some a liars about that question. A a a in of l Liasos who lived about i a i fest it is True any pay and declared that he a is of i Iii rewarded with the title a of a it /. A of Athens who i had beet a Minfei on him but such Dis interest to was Seldom imitated. Thirty v a later the Painter Zei Xis of Hera Liim was c i led to the court of Ari lava us 1 King of Macedonia. He his frescoes in the Palace of i Vila 1 m Minos about $8.000. Man son of ii i m i paid for a a Battley i to a persians a which he Hud Ord re l fit a i a a i Dides the Leader of the to i Lvi 11 Ltd Zooi. Uain Philus of Sycol one g a a a in a of lectures on painting i i i i p i a 1<1 for attendance one a a a a a. -1 u f a year. Apelles re Eli. A t a a d talents about $240,�?� pm o f a a. I of Alexander i., order 1 by to u Ltd of Ephesus. Abner Hope Twenty four years old lived on a farm just out of Melville with his sister for housekeeper. Adjoining his farm was that of the Wido a Williams. She was thirty five years old. But she moved around with the step of a girl. She had Only put off her mourning when Abner fell in love with her the widow was looked upon As a catch by More than one and Abner had to Brush aside three widowers two old bachelors and a Young Man or two before he stood in the front Row. Abner Hope was what some folks Call a poke. He Wasny to Lazy but he was easy going. He intended to take the widow under his in due time Aud Clear away the line of fences Between the two farms but he did no to see any special hurry about it. The widow Hail said that if she Ever married again she would insist on a bridal tour lasting at least two weeks and he had to figure As to the most convenient time for sparing those two weeks from the farm. He also wanted to study the widow and make sure that she was what she seemed and it was also a pleasant thing to sit with her on tin veranda and talk Romance and love. There were Many reasons for letting things drag along. Abner never bad popped the question and been answered with a a yes a Al though it was tacitly understood that there was an engagement. One even ing he strolled Over in his easy Way to find the widow in a Snappy Frame of mind. She had been doing up preserves that a Lay and burned her hand. Her greeting was not As effusive is usual but that did not disturb Abner in the least. He sat Down and began to talk about the Corn crop and the widow stood it of a or ten minutes before she snapped out. A look Here. Abner Hope. Do Yoi know that folks Are talking about us a a a i Hadnot heard anything in Partlou Lar a a Well. I have mrs. Richards told me today that the whole neighbourhood was wondering Why you came Here so a a Why Why. 1 come a courting of course. I thought everybody knew was the surprised answer. A and what Lias come of it a a nothing As yet. But As soon As i can get around to it in a going to ask you to marry me. I suppose you under stand a emr. Hope a replied the widow As she looked up with flashing eyes Quot you waste your breath asking it to marry a Why Mary what a come Over you All at once a a i am mrs. Williams if you please a and As i am very Busy this evening i Hope you will excuse a do you mean that you Are going to marry some one else a asked Abner after a moments thought. A my business is my own a a done to be a Dodo a How dare you talk to me this Way sir. I la in a you Good evening a she Rose up and entered the House and after sitting around for half an hour Abner took a slow departure and made his Way homeward. As he thought matters Over his conscience told him that he was derelict. He should have settled the matter weeks before and been ready to get married As soon As Corn busking was Over. The result of i deliberations was that he would let n Day Ltd two pass to smooth a Down the widows temper and a then Call and ask her to set the Day. He realized that he loved her but he did t perspire Over tin thought of losing her. It so Hup Penez a that Abner Hud to go to town on a lawsuit for a couple of Days and that he was extra Busy with work on the farm and it was a week before he made his next visit to the widows. Flute \ 11 Roony a. The famous English chief Justice Holt 111 1 he w a it hated each other to the limit and when she fell dangerously 111 he was so delighted that he be came disgracefully Tipsy. But his wife was equal i it tin emergency and sent for the great or. Had Cliffe who hated Holt and therefore out of spite when the ease was presented to him came with great promptness and saved her Uhron Cle. He round mat things had changed. She was entertaining a Man about forty years old whom she introduced As or. Simpson. And a it was Plain from or. Simpsons attitude that he was much attracted. Abner was formally introduced As or Hope and the widow conversed with him As if they had Seldom met. Or. Simpson was engaged in driving Wells putting up wire fencing and erecting windmills Aud Abner discovered that he had a rival. Indeed or Simpson was More than a rival. He was now Tbs Man inside. Abner hop a went Home to Wake up. Then was a a a ling in his heart that he had never Felt before that of jealousy. It him stir himself. Bright and Early next morning he went Over to tin next farm to borrow a Hoe and incidentally to ask the widow to set the Day. But sin was not to be seen. He i ill a three times that week but had no Lin k. Then in Lay in wait to Pound or. Simpson. Kortus mutely for the drive wll Man. In carried a gun and when in exhibited it Abner backed off like a sensible Man. Within two weeks it was reported that mrs. Williams and or. Simpson would make a match of it and that tin engagement would be Brief. Abner Hope thought fast and moved fast. He was determined not to give the widow up but under existing circumstances was helpless in the matter when Accident furnished him a weapon. The a was to lie a circus in town eight Miles away. Or. Simpson had invited the widow i l they were to drive in a livery Rig. Or. Simpson boarded at tin Village tavern. On the morning of tin circus there was u Row in the place when he woke up. Some one Lead entered his room in the night from the open veranda window and had robbed him. La took him fifteen minutes to explain what he had been robbed of and then Only after he had resorted to Pencil Aud paper. He raved and be stimulated and Jabb ered strange words. Llu was Sun there could be no mistake As to his having been robbed. Ii wanted the sheriff and All his constables put on the Trail at once Aud he ordered Mush and milk for breakfast and ale it without appetite. After breakfast he wrote two or three notes to the widow but Tore them All up and finally set out for her House. People who had so in him every Day for weeks did not know him. Or. Simpson and the widow were to Start for the Cirrus at 11 of clock in the Forenoon. At thai hour he drove up to her House and a descended. She was not quite ready and asked him to wait a few minutes. He smiled Aud bowed and answered in the Choctaw dialect. Quot Why. Or. Simpson what on Earth ails you a she asked As she looked him Over. Smiles and bows Aud More Choctaw. Quot you your Cheeks have All fallen in you mumble your words you Don t look at All like yourself. What has happened a Quot in be been robbed Quot he replied through tin medium of paper and Pencil. Quot Good lands but what of a a my Teeth. Both plates Are gone. Some on enteral my room last Quot did 1 Ever and you expect to go to tin circus Ami entertain me without a tooth in your head. Ill not Aud so evident was her determination that or. Simpson abandoned further Effort to persuade her Aud drove off. At that juncture Abner Hope drove up a minute after hitching his horse he was on the veranda beside the widow. he began. Quot i have come to take you to the Quot i i expected to go with or Quot i Quot but Quot i know but neither of us know a Dodo they drove away together and when they had made a distance of two Miles and Wen crossing a swamp Abner took something from his coat pocket and gave the p o it a fling among the grass and water. A what is it Quot asked the widow. Quot shall we be married thanksgiving Day a he asked As he dodged her Mie it ton by hitting at a horse Fly we the the lash. And the sheriff found no Clew. A mutter of . Is it too late to make a stand against the mispronunciation of the word j frieze As applied to Irish Tweed on a lie other of St. Georges Channel they know better than to confuse their j Wall decor ton with their dress material and pronounce the one Quot freeze and the other so did we in old England. Originally meaning the Curling Nap on cloth from the French tip curl Welsh Quot fris a Nap of doth Friz a it was then spelled a i pronoun Oil a ame to mean cloth that h i i a Nap on one Side and is now applied tip i a rough kind of Home spun w e ran be sure of the old pronunciation from tin motto worn by Brandon Duke of Suffolk when on his marriage with Henry sister in a i eared at a tournament on a horse draped half in a a frieze and half in Lolli of g ild cd Uli of col. A a not thou . Thou i a a a a be matched with cloth of Lin cloth of Friz. A a a not thou too bold. Thom i tiny Mafun a with cloth of Gold. London t Hron Iele. Early european Riih Tui events. it Quot b i to. S.�. Francia de taxi note i Quot capitaine it Maistre de n its p two by Philip Regent of the net Nola i its. A Ghent. It is a matter of record that the taxis posts carried English ails from Calais to Vienna and Bonn before 1500. Jan. Is. 1 .01 o. S i. Francis de taxis instruct to establish re Gular posts Between Brussels and the capitals of Germany. France and Spain with pay at Livres per annul. In 1507 England had a a Magister in minted by Henry Vii. Possibly it was sir Brian tulle who served tint 1 15-15. N re. In. 151 a Charles x. Concluded a contract with Francis Aud Baptist de taxis requiring them for 11,000 Gold ducats to maintain posts Between Brussels the capitals of Germany France and Spain and Naples. Every Post office was to have two horses. The Brussels Paris route was to be covered in thirty six hours Brussels Burgos in seven Days Aud Brussels Naples la fourteen Days. Simp wanted to have a Long talk with the same As called me a what Golf to. Goblet with St. To and stand like those we use today were employed in Troy a b. C among the valuable objects found by or. Schliemann was a Golden Goblet vessels of this Metal were c Unn Otily employed in the service of the temples j j. Brown the Eye a specially eyes tested treated fitted with Glass a no a artificial eyes supplied. Market Street Bloo Insburg a. Hours�?10 a. To 5 p. A reliable tin shop ror All kind of tin roofing spout lne and can Oral Jolt work. Stoves Heaters Rangas furnaces a to. Quality tub Best John Hixson no 116 e. Front 8t. The Home paper of Danville. Of course you read j the Ine Pleis a Pular i Aper. Everybody reads it. Published every morning except sunday at no. Ii e. Pasha no St. Subscription a cer. I a week. Aim Iii m Way. Aikin 1 Hamid insists upon it that every ruler or a fiber political personage should �1 in a natural death. Other manners a of death Arlt not a a recognized officially in Turkey. When King Humbert was assassinated at Monza the turkish newspapers announced this pad event in tin following form Quot King Humbert left the Hall amid the frantic cheers of tin people. The King much affected. Bowl several times and to All a Aranco was immediately when the late Shah a it of Persia was assassinated the turkish papers said Quot in the after run it on the Shah drove to his summer Palace and there complain us a of illness. His Corpse was sent to it to Heran Quot one paper however exceeded All others in Quot simplifying tin piece of news by publishing this Absurdity Quot the Shah Felt a Little i. But finally his Corpse returned to the this phrase was to a much even for the turks win have retained it to this Day As one a of their proverbs. Dundee advertiser one it of to lib sync Stoma. A but How did you know that i we in love with you Quot he asked. Quot you were she answered a Chicago pm St. Alcoholic perfumes manufactured by saturating alcohol with the odor of certain fruits or Flowers were Mude a Early As the fourteenth Century Kel the Couch and cure the lungs with or. Kings new discovery cd a consumption Price pughs and 50c&$1.00 Olds free trial. Surest and quickest cure for All Throat and lung troubles or Money Back. T a Kawanna Railroad. Bloomsburg division Delaware Lackawanna and Western Railroad. In effect Jan. 1, 1905. Trains leave Danville. A a St Ward. 7.07 a. In. Daily in Bloomsbury Barre a.,l Scranton. Arriving Scranton it h.42 it. In. And connecting at Scranton with trains arriving at Philadelphia at 8.48a. In. And new York City at 8.30 p. In. 10.1� a. In. Weekly for Bloomsburg. Kingston and intermediate stations arriving at Scranton at 12.85 . And connecting lure with trains for new York a try Philadelphia and Buffalo. 2.11 weekly , Barre. Be run ton and intermediate stations arriving it Scranton at 4.50 p. 5.43 p. In. Dally for Bloo Insburg a spa. Plymouth. Kingston Wilkes Barre fat Aston Scranton and intermediate stations arriving at Scranton at .25 p. And connect ing there with trains arriving at new York City at 6.50 a in. Philadelphia 10 a. And Buffalo 7a. In. Trains arrive at Danville. 0.15a.m. Weekly from Scranton. Pittston Kingston blooms Hurt and intermediate stations leaving Scranton at 6.85 a. M., where la connects with trains leaving new Yor City at 0340 p. M., Philadelphia at 7.u2 p. In. And i tut Alo at a. In. 12.41 p. In. Daily from Scranton Pittston Kingston Berwick. Bloo Insburg and Interne Diate stations leaving Scranton at 10.10 . And connecting there with train leaving at 2.25 a. 1.38 p. Weekly from Scranton. Kingston Berwick. Bloo Insburg and intermediate stations leaving Scranton at 1.55 p. In., where it connects with train leaving new York City at i Quot 00 pm. And Philadelphia at 9.00 a. 0.05 p. In. Daily from Scranton. Kingston. Pittston. Berwick. Bloom Burgand inter median stations leaving Scranton at 6345 p. M., where it connects with trains leaving new York cite at 1.00 p. In. Philadelphia at 12.00 p. In. Anti Buffolo at 0.30 a. T. K. Clarks Ienz a sep t. T. W. Lee. Gen. Pass. Age. Pennsylvania Railroad. Stir a Lulu in of text january i 1906. Trains leave so Miil i Danville a follows fort . Fast Bloo Insburg. Nescopeck n Nanticoke. Wilkes Tarre. Pittston. inter median statioiis.7.11 a. In. 2.21 and 8.50 . Week 10.17 a. In. Dally. For san Biry anti intermediate stations.9.00i�. In. And 7 51 p. Week Days and 4 341 p. In. Daily. For Sun Bury Only. 12.10 p. In. Week Days. Flt it a Potts Llie let Hding. And Philadelphia 7.11 . And 2.21 p. In. Week Day. Fogt a Hazleton. 7.11 and 10.17 a. 2.21 Ond 5.50 p. Week Days. For Lewisburg. Williamsport and lock Haven a no a. In. 12.10 and 1.31 p in. Week Days for a Iliin sport Ami Interne Liate statl�ins.7.51 p. In. Week Days. For bal iconic Tyrone. Phipps Borg. Lear Tlell. And Pittsburg. 9.00a. And 12.10 p. In. Week Days. For Harrisburg and intermediate stations 9.00 a. In. 12.10. 4.31. And 7.51 p. Week Days 4.31 p. In. Sundays. For Philadelphia t via Harrisburg Baltimore and Washington. 9.00 a. A. 12. 10and 7.51 p. In. Week Days 4.31 Baltimore Only p. In. Denby for Pittsburg via Harrisburg ,9.ona. M.,12.10, i 31. And 7.51 p a it. Week Days 4.31 . Sundays Ivia Lewistown Junction 9 00 a. To. Ami 12 a Quot p. week Days via look Haven 9 00a. In and 12.10 p. Week a lays. For further information apply to ticket agents. W w Attak Byky. J h. Wood Gen 1 manager pass a traffic mgr. Geo. W a a it cd Gene i passenger agent be Wail to do All is of printing a Well Prinis tasty Bill or ter head Post. Ticket circuit program state ment or card an advertisement for your business a satisfaction to you hew Type Lew Presse Best paper stilled wort 111 you can ask. A trial will make you our customer. We respect full ask that trial. A a a no. Ii r. A h on in i St. Cd of stat it

Search All Newspapers in Danville, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Danville Montour American Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Danville Montour American?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection