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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - January 28, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaMme an vol. 55�?no. -1danville pa., thursday. January 28,1909 established in 1855 do. Irving h. Jennings dew11st. Office flours a. M. To 12 m. 101, Mill st., 1 p. M. To 1> p. M. Danville a. 4iiultz, m. 425 Mill st., Danville a. Diseases of the stomach Ami intestines a specially items condensed. License court was held Friday. All the applications were granted with the exception of the ones relating to the Mooresburg hotel Aud Farr Erst hotel this City. His Honor judge Evans Ami Assoc a ate9 Bike and welliver were on the a Heuclin. After looking Over the papers i the court announced that All the a j plications would be granted with the a fire at Wilfers Harre on saturday exception of the two above alluded to badly damaged the old first which seemed to involve some in regal Bauk building causing 000. A loss of $40, j. S Bush of Uear Pottstown fell Arity. It was necessary however that the court hear some testimony As to character in those cases where new in his Asru on saturday and broke his a Pohe a a a applied for old stands. Legs the fifth time that lie has had limb fractured. Benjamin Ward of Chester has crossed the Atlantic Ocean 156 times covering nearly u half million Miles of the Billowy deep. John Claypole aged 38 years was shot Aud killed by Deputy sheriff James matter of Butler county during the raid of a Large Cocking main at Rayville near Butler of Friday night. Isaac Reynolds of Lancaster has been sued Twenty Oue limes within a few years for neglecting his wife and three children. He had been directed to 3 per week for their support. Chester Chandler of West Chester bought a Turkey from a West Marlborough Farmer at Twenty eight cents a Pound but As there were two pounds of Corn in its claims tin Price was too High. William Hixson aged 14 years while skating of the Lehigh Rivera Easton on saturday broke through the ice Aud was drowned. After a Chase of three weeks Constable Terrell of puts Rug arrested on saturday d. C. Mcafee a former real estate Man of that City on a charge of passing a worthless Check on a City Barber. Mcafee was found by the Constable under a bed at his Home although told that he was not at Home. The 960 women graduates of Bryn mawr College have undertaken to raise an additional endowment Faud of $1,000,000, and $100,000 is already in sight. Tho epidemic of typhoid fever in Reading has abated and miss Alice m. Of Halloran chief of the staff of trained nurses has ret ured to Philadelphia with All the other nurses from that City. During the epidemic since october there were 670 cases in the City. The municipal water Plant of Franklin shows a profit of about $15,000. M. H. Toole of Scranton a Reserve officer of the City police Force has been arrested of a charge of robbing k. K. Keenan a travelling Man of $50. John Zikowitz aged 9,.years, who broke through the ice in a deep mine Hole Uear Emaus Lehigh county was rescued for Oral Downing Quot by the bravery and skin of ,aged 13 years in the latter category there were two namely. Mrs. Lucretia Beaver who applied for License at the str Wherry Ridge hotel formerly kept by her husband the late Charles Beaver Aud Harry Cox. Formerly landlord of the hotel at Pino Summit Columbia county. An a a pliant for License at the hotel at Exchange. Among those who testified to Tho a Good moral character and temp rate habits of mrs. Beaver were Hon. Alexander Billi Neyer. John Smith. Jonathan Mourer and Charles Martz. Those who testified in favor of or. Fox were John Lora of this City Aud William Ball Aud James Smith of Pine Summit township. William Eckert and Charles Bur Uell applicants for License respectively at Tho Farmers hotel Ami the hotel at Mooresburg were called before court. It appears that the License at Mooresburg is in the name of William Eckert who last december assumed charge of the Farmers hotel this City the License of which House is in the name of Charles Rausch. In explaining the terms under which he operated the hotel at moore1 org diaries Burnell stated that after deducting All expenses from the Gross receipts he was to turn the balance Over to William Eckert the proprietor. This arrangement was to be temporary however Only until License court. William Eckert explained that he had purchased the fixtures at the Farmers hotel but said that the Bill of Sale had been Muse out in his wife a name. He admitted that the prot t to of the business neen red to himself. Judge Evans explained that it is a violation of the Law for a Man to hold two licenses. In the present Case while the License had not been transferred the evidence he said showed that the applicant William Eckert was receiving Tho profits of two licensed houses which was just what the Law was aiming to prevent speaking for Hii Sale judge Evans Sai 1 in View of the infraction lie could of Grant the License the present year. Both licenses involved were held Over until saturday a Unar ctr. Tho court explained that the order previously made requiring All licensed Househ to close their bars it 12 of clock Midnight and to keep Iceni closed until 5 a. M. Still remains in Force. The court also stated that there is much complaint in Mont or county of the score of sunday Selling judge Al for mss the republicans held their Borough and District conventions at the Baldy House of saturday evening. George it. Keohler was chosen president of tie convention and w. J. Burns and e. V. Stich secretaries. Seth for nor was nominated As candidate for overseer of the poor of the Danville Aud Mahoning poor District. The same organization answered for both conventions. After nominating a candidate for overseer of the poor the convention proceeded to select candidates for the Borough officers. Or. J. J. Kline who was endorsed by the first Ward republicans Friday night having declined to run on motion hit name was withdrawn from the convention. Alexander Foster was nominated for Burgess. For tax receiver George f. Keif Snyder was nominated. W. Haydn Woodside was chosen As candidate for auditor. Delegates Wero present at the convention As follows first Ward George r Keohler and t. W. Bedea second Ward w. J. Burns and h. F. Deaner third Ward w. E. Kase and e. V. Stroh fourth Ward William Jenkins and Alexander Mann Mahoning township William b. Hamer. Aii High water Mark of circulation at the last regular meeting of the trustees of the Thomas Beaver free Library held Friday night the librarian presented her annual report from which some interesting facts Are gleaned revealing that in Point of patrol age the splendidly stocked Library has reached the High water Mark of popularity. During the year of 1908 the entire circulation of Hooks amounted to 36,823. The largest circulation occurred in March when it footed up 3.784. In january Aud february preceding the circulation is Given it 3,457 Aud 3,677, respectively. In april it dropped to 3,137 in May to 2,638. In july it readied Low water Mark Only 2,325 volumes circulating. By last november it had again climbed up to 3.48. Naturally fall and Winter Are the months when most people turn to books. During the summer they Are wooed from Reading by the pleasures of out of door life. As is shown by the report in july there were just 1,459 volume less in circulation than during March preceding. A a a Evans said he was inclined to believe while Peter h u linger of Reading. A ,.a. ,., h a that the liquor Law is being violated 1 a a 1 a Viv Paris a j Here in tins manner. He took occasion to warn All licensees that any menu found guilty of sunday Selling or of violating the liquor Law in any other was will to obliged to the full Penally. In conclusion lie significantly rom irked a in Montour Oiin hereafter there will be no minimum penalties imposed for violation of the liquor Law a a aged 80 years was on his of sunday to Ruig to fish fur suckers he was struck by an engine of Ali Pennsylvania Railroad a Ridge and so Beverly i Jurod that to unav die. Mrs. Agnes Smith aged 69 years a inmates of the of Peoples Home in Darby Delaware Sci duty was so bail in burned o i saturday by her clothing taking fire from a red hot Stive that she tie l of her injuries us Suu Duy to Ruig. U an if i l. Gerhart of Palm. Montgomery county. While trying to drive a Spike on sat urdu missed to and hit his thumb striking if the Nail and inflicting a painful Ween his next door neighbor. Edwin , while laughing Over the too iils a Ippei and fell on a Boardwalk fracturing several ribs. While or. Aud mrs will an Jamison City Oulu Uhia oui to. Were of re Weir was brine from Ricketts in a Stigli saturday night their h Rise slipped Aud f. 1 Down a embankment fifty feet Lingl. A a Ruvii g Sleigh and Accini parts along Bur they escaped serious injury. By an operation upon John Glawinski of Reading suffering from earner of the stomach surgeons formed a new Channel around the involved portions of his stomach Wii Ioli lieu healed will give the patient Means of taking nourishment and prevent him from starving to death. Two Bronze tablets commemorating the settlement made on the Delaware by the dutch and swedes in 1628 and 1628, respectively will be presented to the City of Philadelphia on saturday. February 6, by the Pennsylvania a Moiety of colonial wars. The presentation ceremonies will take place on the South Plaza at pity Hall where the me non als Are to to erected. Messes Clyde holdens Jack Bate i Man Wallace Robinson William Seidel k. P. Oyster Clarence Seidel. W. F. A lit and Jacob Martz of washing Dunville attended the poultry show at Sunbury Jester a. Ambrose Perutis a and w. It Boyer wira among the Dan lie victors to Ltd the poultry show at suit Burn yesterday. Rev. Huj or. M. V. B the j South a to nit in Sunbury. J. C. Otu Mih i. Of hush inn pedestrians on Mill Street about the close of Market saturday to Ruig were thrilled by a Kouaway. In which the horse after threading his Way among countless vehicles on the Busy thoroughfare would up his spectacular performance by leaping into another sled where for a Brief interval he Lav snugly filling the Box. The runaway horse belonged to Cromwell a grocery and was attached to a Light sled. He escaped from the Driver somewhere out East Maho Piug Street. He made the very Host of time As he dashed in by the opera House Block Aud swung around the Corner Down toward Cromwell s store. On East Maho Piug Street near the Post office the delivery sled struck one of the runners of a Sleigh in which were seated a Man Aud a woman. A bad Accident seemed unavoidable. The Sleigh was jerked around into the Middle of the Street hut fortunately did not upset. After turning the Corner the excited a Imus seemed to make a Bee line for the trolley car Aud another collision seemed imminent but he escaped by merely a Hauder Eastli. There were Many vehicles in the Street directly in the path of the runaway but they All escaped although by the very narrowest margin. George Perry the express Man with two horses attached to a heavy sled was in front of Lyons meat Market As the runaway approached. He did not see the horse however and was in the act of turning around his sled standing crossway in the Street when the delivery horse at a mad Gallop reached tie spot. The run was animal was in to mood to Stop even for the sled hut showed his contempt for the obstacle by attempting to leap Over it at a single bound. Handicapped by the Load he who dragging lie was unable to Clear the express Man r sled Aud lie fell into the capacious Box. There was a terrible n i up. Women screamed and a in ran from every direction to Render assistance. The horse struck the sled first with his front feet. In his struggles he got into the Box with All fours and the next moment fell Over Aud for a Brief interval Lav helpless in the sled. By dint of hard struggling however he regained his feet Aud escaped from tie sled Box. By this time however the horse bad Bee seized 1 y a complo of men. Or ferry was slightly injured on the Back where lie was struck by the horse s Hoof. The delivery sled was slightly broken hut beyond this the damage was slight. Successful Young trappers the school Hoard held a regular meeting monday night. Or. Barber of the High school committee called attention to the fact that or. Bickel principal of the High school is off duty owing to illness also that mrs. Coulter was absent 2\ a Days last week owing to the death of a relative. Miss Jamison he said is acting As a substitute teacher in the High school during the principal s illness while miss Blue was employed daring mrs. Coulters absence. Both substitute teachers he said rendered very Good service. The question of salary for the extra teachers he said Wohl now have to to settled. The matter was discussed at length when on motion of or. Barber it was ordered that miss Jamison miss Blue each be paid $3 per Day for the time employed. Borough superintendent die Fen Baulier reported to the Board that or. Bickel would he Able to resume his position As principal on wednesday. On motion regular order of business was sup Budeit and Hoard Beard the faculty a report on text books. Mrs. Coulter for the faculty recommended two and Liti Oual Hooks for use in the High school As follows elements of English and composition by Gardner Arnold and newcomers English literature. On motion of or. Fischer the books were adopted As re commended. Or. Fischer of the hilding and repair committee recommended the use of a Chain arrangement on the Furnace in the third Ward to inform the Jan fourth Hal the fourth anus amp a convention of the Montour county school directors association was held in the court House yesterday. Of the seventy five directors of the county hut ten were absent during the opening session. The convention was called to order by or. I. G. Barber president of Tho school directors association at ten of clock. B. L. Diehl was elected Secretary pro. Tern. W. H. Orth the regular Secretary arrived later and took charge. Professor lose superintendent of tie schools of Williamsport was introduced As the first speaker. To is a Man of Many years experience in school work. Lie Lias practical ideas relating both to methods of teaching and the conduct of schools he directors he is a ready Aud a forceful speaker and his addresses on such occasions As yesterday arc always looked Forward to with real interest and pleasure by the friends of education. Professor loses subject yesterday to Ruig was Quot business principles in the management of schools. A the school Board be said must act As a Quot Board Quot and not As individuals. No question whet or of teachers Hooks or apparatus should be considered or discussed by the directors As individuals but Only As a school Board. It is when acting As individuals in the selection of Tao hers especially that the school directors Are Apt to make a grave mistake. It a a a bad practice to permit certain members of the Board through Courtesy to control tor of the temperature of the different cer Tiiu schools of the District. These rooms. On motion this was ordered. Ore All matters of sufficient import tie following members Wero pres a Nee to require the cosside ratio and Cut Heiss Cole Burns. Redding Sanction of the school Board As a Fischer Lloyd. Fish. Barber Orth whole. It is such boards where the Parsel Swarts. Members act a individuals that Are the following Bills were approved tie most easily victimized by agents for payment Wra. Miller. $ Colombia school Supply co Roberts amp Meek. Water tax. United Telephone co. Rent o. B. Savidge. Death rate or pent e n. Clarh a null f p. F Alex Foster withdraws Alexander Foster who received the p a publican nomination for chief Bur is of Danville has from the t ticket. I j assigning o reason f his action or. Foster last evening explained that Bis ambition does not lie in that re Rea r iou. He had no thought of being a candidate for any office and was great in sur prs my when he Learned that irs name had been placed on the ticket at tic pm volition saturday night. He informed George r. Keohler chairman of Tho convention Vesterdal that he would not tie a candidate fur Tho office under any circumstance. The time is very Short in which an other nominee May be sgt i card. Party from Northumberland the following Young people of Northumberland wore out r amed at the Homo of or. And mrs. Arthur Butler. Mill Street on tuesday evening misses Marion Mamie and Myrtle Phillips Mildred Gieger Anna land Back Geraldine Gask ios. Mina Butler. Lucy Johnson and Sara Morgan messes Charlie Mailey Charles Atherton. Eugene Cornwell. Darnel Tiernon Paul Sloppy Jim Baldwin. Re by Zerbe. Hazel Wood and Genevieve Shartzer. Of Danville. Chai Les a Sunn. Dolphin Aud mrs. H Ules new York arrived be it tej Fra i it at the Home of or. And mrs. I. Ii. Jennings. I St Market Street. Airs j. Montgomery h tidy of Phil Adelphi is a guest at i to Home of or. And mrs p. E. Mans Mius Lale. Or. W. C. Frick of Deal Beach. New Jersey arrived yesterday for a visit at to e Home i f or. E. M. Frith West Market Street. Jacob Gass spent yesterday with frit Iris in is Zubory. Mrs Charles wat on jr., Aud Sou Charlay of Ali Ludelphia arrived in this qty yesterday for a visit with friends. Mrs. H. S. Reich Aud mrs. R. To c Smirk left yesterday fora visit with or. And or. Frank Keefer at Milton. Or. And mrs. D. L rider and or. Aud mrs. Levi Furtner of near Strawberry Ridge w re among the visitor in this City to ter Day. Mis. O. P. Hancock. Miss Hancock or Arthur ii. Woolley mrs. Edward haughty a and Mih. Al Ward Namom so t sent yesterday with friends in a Auburn Arthur Reifsnyder spent yesterday in Suchur it. M is i a in other Bloom Street Lef vaster Day for a visit with friends in Iii Lade phia and Middletown Delaware. Miss Dai y Geiger left yesterday flt a a visit with relatives in Delaware pity Delaware. Isaiah Greeh Aud Fred Seidel of Washingtonville hold the record As trappers in Montour county. The victim swae cd Luigi Nenque with its entire system of tributaries by co Yimou consent seems to be Given Over to the two Hardy Aud nature Lov ing Yoang Fellows. Or. Grysh takes the Sec til a below Washingtonville and or. Seidel tire territory above not Only along the Crock but far up the Small tributaries they have set a. In an Iulo no a. Flu obliged to walk. 1 tilt u to eighteen Milis daily. The trapping season i wins oct Ner 15th and Las s until March 15ih. I. In Coli brought a i Quot of i its into this City yesterday. While collecting his Bounty at the county commissioners office he took occasion to describe what Success lie Hail met with this season already to has to his credit 230 Tusk Ras 7 minks 15 opossums. Ii skunks 25 Vycas Les Aud nue Coon. Of the above animals of course there is no Bounty of any but minks Aud measles. The pelts however All arc valuable from a furriers Point of View. Muskrat pelts Cost Maud 80 cents a piece. \ minks Pelt is Worth from $.�?T.50 to $7.00 according to its c edition. An opossum skin is Worth Only 25 cents a Coon skin will bring a Dollar the Pelt of a Skunk is Worth $1.00 to $1.75. Or. Seidel or. Gresh stated has also been very successful this Winter and has prot Bably a corresponding number of pelts to ills credit that seek to introduce costly and Well 1.50 Uigh useless school apparatus. 505.15 it is the business of the school Board 10 97 to know the Law governing the schools. 56.00 no business concern would think of 6.00 doing business without a full Kuowl-17.26 Edge of the Law relating to it. If is unfortunate the of Aker said that there Are some directors who Are antagonistic to the Law in some relations is decreasing and to Row obstacles in the Way of its enforcement there should be to it la e for such a Man in the school Board. Directors must not dictate to superintendents Aud teachers of matters in which the latter know the most. Teaching and consequent i v the teacher existed Long before to e office f school director v As created. There is a some privileges that belong to tin j tend or that the director can not Teke away. The w i a school Hoard then fore will not Dictas to teachers is i to its it Hoci books methods a of Voik apparatus i Edn Riog that tin v i Ujj of teach this Way or tint Way hut it will rather yield to the Prefi i Nee of the teachers in these respects explaining however that it will hold the n responsible for Good r a urn the Humines of the school Beard Tho report of tie tuberculosis dispensary for the month just closed shows that one new patient was admitted and that there is a total of Twenty six under treatment. During the patients made forty three visits to the dispensary. Thirteen showed a increase in weight nine revealed neither gain nor lo.-. Four Puie uts showed loss. Five were taking Medicine. Tho nurse made fifteen visits. Three Hundred and Sev cuty eight quarts of milk and one Hundred Aud Twenty nine and a half dozen of eggs Wero Nuj lied. In Danville last year Thero were in All eight cases of . Of these two wer from the holy family the following from the special har Risburg correspondence in last evening s Williamsport san a a representative r. Scott . Of Montour county is earnestly in favor of an appropriation of at least #200,000,for the state Hospital for the iti6aue at Danville but the state Board of charities bus recommended that there he appropriated a sum very much less in fact it recommends fifty per cent less than the sum asked for. Id conversation yesterday or. A Turner Man made very Clear the urgent necessity for a appropriation of at least $200,000 for this Hospital not Only for maintenance Anil tut Al to that the Commonwealth May be purged of the offence of itself doing that which it prohibits others from doing and punishes others for doing. That offence is the pollution of streams a Peculiar situation. A Danville like other towns in Pennsylvania is required by the state department of health to provide itself with a is huge Plant Aud to Prepa plans therefor and for a proper sewer a Ystenic within a specified time. Nobody has any fault to find with this proposed improvement but it creates a Peculiar condition at Danville. The town turns its sewage into the Susquehanna below its Corporal limits but sewage from the Hospital is turned into the Stream above the town. The Perm sent population of the Hospital including patients Aud employees is about 1,700, and Tho contamination of the water Supply by sewage from such a source Cau be readily reckoned. A or. Am Meribau Points out the Commonwealth is a violator of its own Laws of sanitation Aud Infra tor of the enactments which Are enforced firmly when individual or corporations Are the culprits. Danville wants Relief from Tho condition outlined. And asks that the legislature make provision for of the sew age of the Hospital in addition to appropriation for maintenance Aud Ordinary improvements in Oiler that further pollution of the Susquehanna May he prevented. 4 child Ken die in to slave Convent and one cult reported from met done with prom to is. Build new York City. Excluding the three above cases which May be regarded As imported cases to find that the deaths duo to tuberculosis form Only four per cent of the towns mortality. Nevertheless the whole number of Ca h Are to b Ltd Nisi ?.r� 1 Tiomi if the disease As its l a it comes to com Bat r each Case a silo it a r int Aglon. During 19. 7 out were due re rub r 1 t Ion we liar for t Louvent eliminated to tuberculosis of 7 Centre of of 143 deaths ii or Gnu sunup cat veal win h to it a death rate due 6 per cent in �9c6 exclusive of the Convent the death late due to tuberculosis was 11.7 per cent. It is quite apparent from the above that owing to the crusade against tuberculosis Tho death rate duo to tuberculosis is gradually decreasing if we include the holy family Convent in our statistics we discover the Niue gradual reduction in mortality due to tuberculosis. In 1906 the death rate would Theu have been 14 per cent. In 1907, 9 per cent Aud in 1908, 6.3 per cent. Charles act dig. A prominent and wealthy Farmer of East Fallowfield township Chester county committed suicide on tuesday by Liau Ging himself. Having beco Uio despondent because of Domestic troubles. Visiting relatives. Mrs. Fred Kirkendall and daughters Eleanor and Wilkes Barre and mrs. Charles Gearhart and daughters Louise Aud Georgiana of Kingston arrived yesterday for a visit at the Home of or. And mrs. George m. Gearhart East Market Street. Near Bethlehem in the icy water of Mono Cay Creek Rev. J. C. Rote of e Denezer menu quite Brethren Church on monday baptized eleven converts while the Banks of the Creek were crowded within lookers. Mrs. Jesse Shannon of South Dau Vilie was a Sunhui visitor yesterday. 365 applicants. Northumberland county License court Sot on monday with judges Savidge Aud Autu on the Bench. There were no remonstrances against 365 applicants and they were All granted License at once among them being six new ones. Three applicants were refused. The boy who does the very Bast he can will succeed As a Man. Lugs should be repaired and nil bocks and supplies purchased in Good time to Tho end that there May be do Delaa in opening the schools. A school District should always Limo within its income. It frequently happens that where nun generation of children receive More than to a Dhir it Iiftnr-1 Ira or generation h Apt to retd or has. At tie same time a i District is i ways live up Tii i s in num. It i not required of a strict Rhar it have Money. In to is or Ime Tion superintendent l pm advocated that in build no. Binds h h sued to Raisp the Taury. The last or Inoia e Laid Down by to a Spraker was that in each school District there should he a Complete and accurate Eastern of bookkeeping every District should he Able to determine at a glance the exact Cost of fuel Light books Ami All supplies used at any part cular school building. It fro frequently happens because of improper bookkeeping that the repute of a shool districts Are incomplete and inaccurate and consequently worthless. Owing to this Lack of proper boo Kepp. Ing school boards Are often defrauded by unscrupulous dealers. If is to unusual tiling for school boards to Bills twice. Hon. Reed b. T1etrick. Reed b. Tie trick Deputy superintendent of Public instruction followed Superio Tangent lose he delivered a very Fine address. He had been a Farmer boy Aud for some years a county superintendent he explained he told a couple of Good stories and by the time he was ready to begin rightly he was on the Best of terms with the audience. Or. Tie trick deplored that in too Many cases on such occasions directors while willing enough to listen Are very slow to put the new ideas into practice. They Are Euter tailed and enlightened but they go right Dunbar pa., Jan. 27. Four children were cremated and their parents seriously injured today in a fire which destroyed the Home of . Kendall. The dead a i is in a a \ n years old Pearl i Udall Sci Chi \ aunt Kendal four years n i a a two jeers. Or. Aud mrs. Kendall leaped from a second Story window and wire dangerously Hurt. It is believed the fire started from a Small Gas stove w hich was left Liurni a win i the family retired lust night. The parents Nade repeated efforts to reach the room occupied by their four children Whin t he fire was discovered but wore finally compelled to jump from the window to save themselves. The Northumberland county bar association of monday voted that at the annual bouquet in Sudbury. This Yeai each attorney Purchase his own drinks if to want Sony. This was done to meet Tho objections against serving intoxicants to the feast. Home and a do tin sume tiling Over the Law gives the school director almost unlimited Power. If is lie alone that Rati change conditions in a school District when Thev Are not conducive to Good schools. He can do this hut it requires Hac Kiotie. The school directors first thought should in to do the very Best thing possible for the children of the District. The school director is a sort of Home missionary he serves without Lav and labors for the common Good. School directors have key t juice with teaching but nut with other hoards in business of school boards should receive sufficient to justify them in keeping a set of books that would make available All the in format Ion desirable. Afternoon session. Yesterday anti Moon Deputy state superintendent Reed b. Tie trick delivered an excellent address of Quot so to of to rations of school Nistra he was followed by super Iii pendent lose who took As his subject. Quot the modern during the afternoon officers for Tho ensuing year were elected As Fol lows president or. I. G. Barber vice presidents. William Burns and j. M. Vaught Secretary b. L. Diehl treasurer Jacob Shultz. The follow ing directors were Clio Enas delegates to the state convention of school directors to. H. Oole j. N Pursel William Fry. J. Madison Vought and John j. A other. Michael Breckbill Alfred Diehl Aud George Vanordstrand Weie chosen As alternates

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