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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 1, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState Library. \ y. In /.77rv�_�>fov we jul to a j vow vol. 55�?no 25danville pa., thursday. July 1, 1909 established in 185.&Quot do. I it i no h. Jen i no Deni 1st. Office hours Usu a. M. I r m m. x. If p a his i /., �?T1. 425 Mim. 8t., Danilik. A. Disease or the stomach and interline specially standing of the clubs. Because he was refused Foo Ila tramp attacked a Farmer is wife near Greece City Pon red acid Oaler face and. Brutally beat her. Pearl a1 Rater of Pittsburg while trying to escape a Street car Tan in front of an an Tomo Hile aug i was painfully injured. While Harry a. Reading fireman was cleaning the headlight on is engine he was knocked Down and injured of badly that he will die. With Iii arms entwining a trolley pole Allen a. Nou Lemacher of Monn a a As found dead by neigh Bors. He had been stricken with heart failure on his was to work. Suffering from a Deian Lemeut of the ,John Carlev. Of Pittsburg leaped from the third Lory window of his hoc on examination it was found that he had fractured both Ankles. The baby Sou of mrs John Wafula of Allentown choked almost to death trying to Swallow a open pin brooch which a year old sister had Given bin to play with. The Montgomery county rapid Tia sit company went nto the hand of a receiver. The capital Stock is Worth $800,000 and the property is encumbered with a vi00,000 mortgage. Uncle Sam is loosing for a Ciau to Takeem urge of his fourth class Post office a Cook port near Saltsburg. The Job paid the enormous salary of $20 daring the last fiscal year. Somehow there Are not May applicants. Announcement was made that the Reading Adler the oldest German newspaper in the United stares has w. L. . Nanticoke. 8 1 .885 Dauville. 7 2 .778 Nescopeck .5 4. 556 Benton. .4 4 .500 a id e d 3 5. 375 Shickshinny. ______3 5 .375 Bloomsburg 3 6 .333 Berwick. 1 7 .125 result of saturdays games Nanticoke 7 Danville 1. Alden 3, Nescopeck 1. Shickshinny 6 Bloomsburg 8. Berwick 4 Kenton 4. Danville lose to Nanticoke Breaks the tie for first place that has been exis Between this town and naut Coke fur the past four weeks Danville dropping to second place and Nanticoke taking position at the head. Xiv cup Eck surprised the watchers of saturday by losing and that to Alden Benton tied with Berwick and recreation dropped Oue to Shickshinny. The shifting was again All done in the second division. Bloomsburg dropped from fourth to second from the end. Alden went from sixth to fifth and Shickshinny jumped from seventh to sixth. Berwick still remains the Tail Ender. Next saturday Danville plays at xau Tooke Alden at Floo Lusburg Berwick As Benton a i Shickshinny at Nescopeck with the Aid of a very Strong team Nanticoke loaded a 7 to 1 Victory unto their special train and took it along Home with them on saturday amid great rejoicing by Nanticoke. Jib in is at it special session of court Satur Day morning James Ryan of the third Ward was chosen As county Coin mis Sinur to fill hie unexpired term of George w. Miles deceased. Judge Evans and associates Blee Aud welliver were of the Bencini. The principal business on hand was the filling of the vacancy existing in the Board of county commissioners. There were Over a dozen of applicants for the appointment. The names of several when submitted were accompanied by petitions More or less numerous by signed. The court deliberated quite awhile Over the appointment. At length judge Evans read the following decree first explaining that be did not concur in the appointment a Maud now. June 26, 1909, James Ryan is appointed county commissioner of Montour county to fill the unexpired term of George w. Miles deceased. Providing said appointee file an affidavit that he voted for George w. Miles the deceased county the november election. 1908. Signed Frank g. Blee a. J. L. W. Welliver a. J. During saturday or. Ryan a Bond was executed in addition to which he filed the affidavit required and took the oath of office. Miss Jane i Bird made librarian it was a sad Story of hard Luck ill Omeus spells slumps Ami other heart reuding Phenomena of base Ball of the kind that is excusable because eve a cup a Ltd a a a a a a we. A a a a a 111 been sold by its proprietors Ritter auder Telu it a a Ever gathered to play oo., to John Weller proprietor of the in great american game Post another Reading German paper. Miss Jauet Bird has been elected librarian Aud miss Edna Gearhart As j sirtaut librarian of the Thomas Beaver free Library for one year from september 1st next the Date when the resignation of the present librarian goes into effect. Miss Bird was chosen at a previous meeting of the trustees but the pro i feeding Al were not made Public. At r i regular meeting of the Board 011 f a Hill and Hollerbach for Shamokin Miller and Rishton for by of Lusburg. Purdy Aud Shuster for Sunbury. The first of the four tournaments to in Field by the Central Pennsylvania Tenuis league was played of saturday of the courts of the Berwick Tennis club the meet being a Success in every Way. The Tenuis was nor of As High a order As May be expected later in the season when the teams have had More practice. The exceptions to this were the Pottsville a. Danville teams which played very Strong games Potts Ville lost but one set during the Day Chat to Danville Danville lost but two sets during to Day those to Potts Ville. The results of the sets Are As follows Berwick beat Shenandoah 6 4, 6-2. Berwick by at Girard Ville 6-1, 4-6, 6-5. Pottsville beat Berwick 6-2, 6-1. Bloomsburg beat Shenandoah 6-0, 3-6, 6-1. Bloomsburg beat Shamokin 6-2, 6-1. Pottsville beat Bloomsburg 6-1, 6-2. Sudbury beat Shenandoah 6-3. 6-4. Girardville beat Sunbury 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 Shamokin beat Sunbury 6-3, 6 0 Danville neat Girardville 6-1, 6-1. Danville beat Shamokin 6-6-0. Pottsville beat Dauville 6. 2-6, 6-2. The percentage of sets Wou a luring he four tournaments will decide the awarding of tire prizes at tire end of tin season. In the standing Pottsville now leads wit a Dauville second. The percentages of the four leaders Are now As follows Pottsville .857, Danville .714. Hloba Fiburg Aud Berwick tied at ,571. The players representing the towns were 5osh Aud Watson for Dauville 1 Sou Aud Lockard for Berwick s aether Aud Beddell for Pottsville a lick Aud Monahan for Girardville Seiwell Aud Swift for site Pandoah the new management will assume charge on saturday. After being lured from Baltimore to Philadelphia by a Man who promised them boys found them Elvei deserted in a strange City. They were penniless and starving and were arrested on the charge of stealing bread from doorsteps. They gave their train e. As Otto Burson and Raymond Brown. The crops in All sections of Berks county Promise a Large yield this year. Rye and Oats Are very promising. Farmers in the Western part of the county greatly fear the Success of their wheat crop however because of the activity of insects. The Carnegie museum at Pittsburg has luring the past week received 11,-000 specimens of South american fish All packed Ltd jars of alcohol. The collection was made by professor c. H. Elge Maun. Who with an assistant has been in South America for two years. Jennie Henkins. Of Wilkes Earle. Came upon a Blacksnake Over even feet in length lying in her father s Field. Taking a stick she attempted t it to which Foug t it a there were thirty minutes of Roval battling before the girl came off victorious. A half hour later neighbors found and killed the Snake s mate. In her anxiety to bid her husband Goodby at the Charleroi station mrs Marie Antonio of California neglected to take the car window into account and thrust her head through the Glass. She was severely gashed and was removed from the train to have her injuries dressed. Frank Singleton of Darby Large Laud Turtle in his cell of away rate. A number of made a concentrated attic Turtle and there was an hard Tussel ending How. Ties defeat. Three front a re found m a its Only it fierceness of the confils t. Two weeks ago when a car wild hoses was unload a at pie1 three of the Mustangs escaped to the mountains. Two were captured Days later but t e third has been followed All this time by John Keller who landed him a Cowboy style a and brought him to Fleetwood. The horses were shipped East from Indian territory. After robbing the barn of Edward i Art. At York of a lot of tobacco the thieves set fire to the barn and tri a to destroy it. The ringing of the dinner Bell attracted the people from red lion. A bucket brigade was formed and the barn Wai saved. Pm cd a a Highway department has a be it a f h 1 a a in a gum Janua y l to May 3i there an �4.435 licenses n she get of i of Wood Lias found 1 itself at some time or another in its existence to be up against just such propositions As Dauville experienced saturday. Danville has nothing to complain of in its team. They lost a game that meant lets to the local fans but they played hard and they did their Best but the goddess of Good Luck turned her Back squarely of the Danville warriors and smiled benignly of Nanticoke and that settled it. Even Pinkie Coveleskie usually the dazzling Star of to e Danville team had his off a Lay he was will a times and when he controlled i carves it was with a slow Bali the Nanticoke heavy hitters just naturally plastered. Of the other hand. Taut Nike romped through a All but errorless game with apparent nonchalance. They fielded like Fields Aud batted like demons darn pm and gave the enthusiastic rooters from up the River plenty of chances to yell themselves hoarse. It was a matter of common report Here after the game that n Large majority of the Nanticoke nine were not regularly signed members of that team but ringers recruited especially for the Danville game. Without going into the truth or falseness of the rumours it is sufficient to Ray that if such goings on Quot Are being tolerated in the league the sport will soon ice its popularity. The matter scald be investigated. A sad Story. The detailed Story of game is a sad one but Here goes von Don t have to read it if you done to want to Nuu Tooke lock first Bat Aud Lehr struck out Pitcher swans a pretty single to Center Aud got cd first tation on a valid drove one to Hess wed the runner to reach first throw Murray drove a Long Riwu and swam Bury scored Broil was aught Walsh was t 1 oud by la Umlauf while Ujiki a a at Bat. Leaving Conway in base. Dooley Aud Clayberger were outs on infield drives Thomas hit to right but remained on Ftp w Hile Coveleskie went in i g i Teller s Box. In tiie second a i third neither Side scored but seven men for East h Side. In the fourth Walsh opened the fatal half with a two Bagger to the right Field Fence. Murray drove one to abort and was out Aud Shemanski struck out Rutx with 2 strikes and 3 Halls dropped one Over the right Field Fence scoring Walsh Haley hit to right scoring Katz Macalan got a pass and then Lehr put another one Over the right Palisade scoring Haley and inc Alan swam Bury was ont on a i t Quot ear g Lehr on base in my. Inert . O a. Day night miss Gearhart a of m. 7. Gearhart was elected assistant. Present at the meeting were or. Juo. Sweisfort chairman f. M. Her r ton Secretary w. E. Gosh Hun. James Foster f. G. Rohoch Simon Dreifuss t. J. Rogers f. O. Derr and Edward Purpur. Both going Down one two three. In the sixth a error a sacrifice Aud a hit scored one for Nanticoke. For Dauville Brown filed out to Macala Uey Dooley was hit by pitched Ball prom re sociability among Tennis play the Board of governors held a meeting after a very enjoyable Diuver Aud decided to hold the next tournament at Shaun skin 1 the the third at Sudbury August 3rd and the last at Pottsville september 0th. The prizes to be contested for will to two Silver Reed 2nd Grad Loving ends. The two chief objects of these ten uis tournaments Are to Foster and encourage the playing of Tenuis Aud to the teachers of the Public schools of a were elected for the ensuing year at the regular meeting of the school Board monday eve. There were few changes in the personnel of the corps. In several instances there was a change of salary the Advance on the whole be us greater Triau for some years past. The full Board of dire Erois was present As follows w. A. Sechler or. Barber j. W. Swart h. H. Redding. W. J. Barns j. N. Pursel j. H. Cole. Jacob Fischer or. Cameron Shultz w. H. Orth Augustus Heiss and Joseph m. Gibson. The committee of teachers and certificates consisting of j. X. . Barber w. H. Orth and or. Shultz made nominations of teachers janitors and attendance officer for the eur suing school year. The schedule presented showed several changes a. Teacher of biology. Iii store Aud mathematics in the High school j. H. Gaskins was nominated to take the place of miss Adda filled Fiat position last year. Miss Lovett teacher of the second Grade u the fir to Ward inst year was not a applicant this year. The vacancy caused was tilled by promoting miss Martha Keim from the first Grade of the first Ward. The vacancy thereby caused in tin first Grade was filled by miss Jeanette Pickard who returns to the corps after a year s absence caused by ill health. After some discussion of lie subject of salaries teachers were elected for the Borough schools As follows High school. Prin a and teacher of languages e. O. Bickel science and mathematics John Kase Euliah and history mrs. K. \ Coulter biology history and mathematics j. H. Gaskins Coli Mercial branches. F. W. Mcgill. First Ward. 5th Aud 6th grades Rose Gallagher 4th Grade. Winifred Evans 3rd Grade Helen Tooey 2nd Grade Martha Keim 1st Grade Jeanette Pickard. Second Ward it Lias been Learned from a authoritative source that the Uncle or so of state Highway petitioned for and surveyed on the South bide of the River can not be built this it Eason and pro ably not next season. This information comes As a aur prgo following As it does a state Meu made earlier in the season by a rep tentative of the state Highway Dep went to the effect Itiat tin reconstruction of the Road would in All probability be taken up this sum Toner. As week after week passed however Aud the state Highway department was not heard from Oliver Hoover and w. K. Clark last week took u trip to Harrisburg to determine the status of the state Highway. From the Assi taut state Highway commissioner messes. Hoover Aud Clark Learned that owing to shortage of funds available for Road was impossible to say when the state Highway in Gearhart township could be built certainly not this summer and it was doubtful whether it could be built next summer. Tin Only Section of state Highway in Northumberland county that will be built this year 1 irs in turbot town oar townspeople while enjoying a final Nap about five of clock yesterday to Ruig were aroused by an alarm of fire which was the first that the lire Bells bad been heard in Danville for several Mouths. The lire occurred in the Pennsylvania Brake beam works and although the damage that resulted was slight yet for a few minutes the Plant was in great danger. A portion of the Felt that covers the roof worked Loose and blew Down to a Point near the eaves the it lodged against the Iron smoke stack at the northeastern part of the Plant where the assembling department is located. As soon As the fire was replenished for the Day and the stack became hot the Felt ignited. The watchman discovered the tire at the very moment when it originated Aud tried to apply the Means at hand to extinguish it. The fire plug How Ever broke while he was attempting to open it Aud the water poured out Over the floor of the works. Acting upon the first impulse the watchman ran Over to East Market Street which at that Early hour was still deserted. Procuring to e key he ship. Application for the latter Road entered the Hose House it it of the Wash was made prior to petitioning for the Highway on the Softli Side which it will be recalled lies of the Sudbury Road Between the River Bridge and Kipps run. Automobile trip of -2l Miles if the tournament on saturday is any criterion both objects will be accomplished As the members present without exception voted the meet a decided Success. 3i patients under treatment Clayberger Fried out to Haley Thom As drove a pretty hit to right Field after being track of the use by a foul tip from his Bat but with two on base Koveleskie struck ont. In the seventh Nanticoke War a it tir i edit order. For Dauville Coutts got first of four balls. Lewis filed to Walsh who caught Coutts making a double play Uty assisted. Hets hit to i the left Field Fence hut Umlauf was out on n drive to Macalan. In the eight both sides made one tally. Murray opened for Nanticoke with a hit to second and stole second. She Mausel flied out to Brown Kutz took a two Bagger Over the fee scoring Murray. Haley was out Umlauf to Thomas who threw to Hess Aud caught Kutz completing a pretty double. For in jog. Danville Brown put one Over the Fence during the month two patients were fort a a a is Dooley got first on admitted one was Dis barged. The Walsh s error Clayberger sacrificed Unher of patients from tie previous out Thomas was out to Walsh and Moutri was thirty number of patients Coveleskie was out on a grounder to remaining at end of present Mouth or. And mrs. T. J. Price accompanied by mrs. Evan Jones and their daughter mis Florence who joined the party in new York returned to Danville tuesday evening after a Long automobile trip of 721 Miles. With will g. Brown As chauffeur the party Eft Danville at Vonu last wed Esda proceeding by Way of Wilkes but Are Pocono mountains and strouds re to Delaware water Gap. I they Arr Ved at new York thursday if Terboo they spent Friday Satur. Dar and enday in new York. Dur 5th and 6tii grades Mary Welsh 4th fug the stay in the Metropolis they Grade Alice Guet 3rd Grade Yerra 1 took a Long Auto trip up the Hudson Helen Shannon Grade Viola Young 1st Grade assistant Alice Small third Ward. 7th an i sati , Sara Mussel Man the and 6t i grades Kathryn Bennetts 4th Grade prudence Biz Zard 3rd Grade. Laura Maun 2nd Grade t Kjus Man 1st Gra Jennie Lawrence. Fourth Ward. 7th and it i grades. M. L. Bloom 5th and 6th grades Tillie Jan. Iii Grade Alice b id 3rd Grade hath Harriet Fred. It har. Herefo a to. -2e a. Sick physic an in t. Tuberculosis dispensary a revuts following report for nth ending june 20,1909, which show that Good results Are being attained Aud that the dispensary although Only to trifle Over a year old is a Factor not to be despised in the world wide Rosade against tuber Fiort. Brown scored of Conway passed Ball. La tiie ninth Nanticoke was retired with three men at Bat. For Danville Lewis bad a single in t1 e last innings but it was no use. Tiie score Danville. K. I. O. A it bad a first up to drive Bury too rodents Conway on the ground singly who a be a in tar in a bad of rats Fly to b Ting the. Dooley c. Clayberger of Thomas la. Koveleskie Coutts if. Lewis 2b. Hess. 3b Umlauf so of in of of. .0 1. .0 total Nanticoke. Lehr of. Swam Bury Conway c Walsh la Murray. 2b Shemanski. Kutz of. Haley is a. A a f p 1 thirty Oue of patient was discharged referred to family physician number of return visits made forty five. In Tea patients there was increase of weight in seven the Weig it was unchanged in fourteen there was loss of Weig it. Only two patients took Medicine during the Mouth. The nurse made Twenty six visits. 1 three Hundred and thirty six quarts l of milk Aud eighty six and one third raised from $50 to $55 dozen egg were ordered. Fourteen raised from $40 to 0 patients received milk and ten patients raised from $50 to 1 eggs. E. Super nth n dents salary raised a. E. Total. 7 10 27 13 1 Danville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 a Uticone. 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 0�?7 two let ase hits Hess Brown Lehr Wales 2, Kutz 2. Sacrifice hits Clay Berger. Lewis Hess. Stolen bases Lewis 2 Lehr Murray. Left on bases t Dauville 7, Xanti cake 3. Struck ont. Dou Hess Walsh. Bases on balls off 1, off swam Bury 1. Hit by pitched Ball. Dooley wild pitches Coveleskie 3. Passed Bali Conway. Umpires Fisher and Ainsworth. Time of game by Covleskie 6, by swam Bury 4. Lie plays Umlauf. Thomas 1 m the school Board a monday night As an afterthought a decided to raise the i salary of Borough superintendent 1 Deffen bather. He was voted an in crease of ten dollars per month rals Ning his salary from $1200 to $182� per 0 year. This action followed a pretty general Advance of salary granted teachers. Or Dieffenbac Ber did not ask for a Advance bar some of the Mem 1 Bers seemed to think that the differ Euce was too slight Between the salary of the principal of the High school Aud what was being paid the Horo ngh superintendent. Hence the Adan e. Ryn Rogers 2nd Grade 1st Grade Ara Wilson. Welch Hill. 1st and 2nd grades Ruth Frick. Janitors first Ward a. J. Gear part second Ward d. K. Pensyl third Ward Seth Borrner fourth Ward Calvin Eggert Welch Hill mrs. Anderson. Attendance officer w. E. Young. In a few instances there was a slight and auce of salary. The principalship of the High school was advanced from $1035 to $1100 per term. In English and history the salary was raised from $70 to $75 in the commercial impart neut from $90 to $95 in science and Mathenia tic Aud in biology history and mathematics the salary remained unchanged�?$70 per month miss Tooey Melsi Reed and miss Maun having procured a professional certify at their salary was advanced to $50 per month to comply with the minimum salary act other and Van is were made As follows mis Gallagher raised from $50 to $55 my is Welsh miss Shannon 45 miss Bennetts 155 miss Janie,$50 to $55 miss Frick $40 to $45. Or. Pursel presented an application of i Tooey tor a permanent certificate. Of motion it was ordered that the officers of the Board he requested to affix their signatures to the application. The following Bills for payment the Gem. Peter a. Winters. William Miller Robert g. Miller x p. Leduc. G. A. Kos eau. D. N. Deffen bather Montour Democrat Dauville so. Amp mfg. Co Penuen. School Jon Rual sell Lormor. George f. Keefer. And visited All the places of interest. In new York too they were joined by miss Price Yho had arrived by Steamboat from Bot Sou where she was trending school. About 10 of clock monday the party started on the homeward trip spending monday night it the Delaware water Gap . Abonar 10 o clock tuesday morning they on i last Stag i Eving at Danville it 7 3 i us Chi. 1 is worthy of note that Dun their Long trip f party did u r a us a a single m. Tdveunu0. They it a Tain a puncture Uither was a r 1 j Busti n t of a. A Young were surprised or. Aud might. Charles a. Hart were tendered a very pleasant Surprise their new Home,7 a East Market Street. Monday evening by a number of their friends. The occasion was he return of the Young couple from to air honeymoon. Among those presen were fourteen of the brides girl friends who came up from Sunbury. Armed with horn9 and tinware to a is in the Celebration. A a the following were present misses Esther Keller Essie Stein Lon Bow in Jennie Leslie. Edna and Jennie Lyons Dora Orner less Aud Kathryn Krohner Francis Yeager Carrie Tresler Rosa Gyssie Clark and Sara Yarnell. Of Sunbury misses May books Julia arms. Kathanuel Vastine Jessie Kimerer Blanche Sechler and . Edwin Moore John Kate. Myron Bernheimer or. C. Raymond Herrington and William l. Mccoy of this City. In Tou fire company and rang the Bell. This or ought out not Only the Washington but also the Friendship fire company. Th9 a a washes a were Tho first to reach the Mill. The fire of the roof wan burning slowly and had done but Little damage. It was Only the work of a few moments to connect the Hose and get a Stream of water of the roof after which the lire was soon sex Tugui eyed. Five dollars will cover the damage done by the fire. The water however especially that which escaped from tiie broken fire plug. A insert considerable damage about the Mill. The flow of water from the broken plug could not be checked until the Foreman made Bis Way Over to East Market Street and turned the water off. Meanwhile the floor of the Plant was deluged. Excellent Protection. No Plant is better prepared for fighting lire than the Brake beam works. Four plugs Are installed each with a Long Section of Lioe conveniently arranged so that while one Man attaches the Huse Aud turns of the water another can unreal the Hose carrying it to any part of the works desired. Water can be gotten of Auy part of tie Mill by the employees of the Plant in loss than five minutes after the fire is discover a provided the men remain a Silica 1 Aud a a if red. A , i or saving Brill Arthur Brum. U or. And mrs. J. W. Bruner of us Borg As Beu presented with h. 1 for bravery by the american boy a monthly Paja a published by the Sprague company of a ninth Mich. Several weeks ago Young Bruner it a company with William Krill Sou of the Rev. We. Brill of Bloomsburg formerly pastor of St. Pam s m. E. Church this City were in swimming near the Quot red Rock a Bridge. Brill could not swim but he jumped from the rocks into the water anyway. Seeing he could not swim Young Bruner went to his Aid Ami after a Long struggle succeeded in getting his companion to Shore. Improvements about the station ice Cream by new process were approved 2.00 602.509.001.50 3.00 4 20 6.00. 13.80. 14.85. 12.00. 5.00 Joseph Wei skin of Philadelphia was a it Leep near a window in the third Story of his Home. He rolled Over Aud fell out of the window to the hide Walb where he struck fracturing his Skull. The summer playgrounds provided by the school Board Aud the Century club of Pottstown will be opened on i july 6 with might Elsie Borneman Aud Sain Del f. Bair is charge of the girls Aud boys grounds respectively Sbin Audoli bartender have organized for a Shorter Day. Fallon a have installed a or m. E Cream machine the first Ever used in Dauville. It a a something of a Marvel both in Point of capacity anti the Quality of product. The ice is first ground and mixed with Salt. The brine produced is conveyed by pipes to the machine containing the Cream where the freezing occurs. An electric motor furnishes the Power. The freezing occurs almost instantaneously. On monday evening ten Gallons of ice Cream a made in thirteen minutes a second trial brought about better r. Suite ten Gallou being produced in eleven minutes. The ice Cream was Frozen dry Aud perfectly stiff. The Pennsylvania Railroad company is making a Nice improvement on the South Side in connection with tiie flt Nee recently erected to enclose the track. Opposite the station the space be tween the track and Fence is being neatly terraced Aud sodded Aud the Gutter along the track Laid with Brick. The Bank thinking the Brick pavement leading from the crossing to the Sta Tion Lias also been levelled and sodded. The improvement along with tiie new Fence adds very much to appearances about tiie station change in prnn5y mail service beginning with this morning a change will take place in the mail service from the local Post office Over the Pennsylvania Railroad. The mail which Lias been carried on tiie 10 26 train will now be carried of the a 03 Tiiu and the Errico on the former train will be discontinued. mail will be closed at the office a half hour before time of departure. This will allow letters catching the 7 02 h. In. Mail to read Philadelphia at 12 50. Hazleton s school la talc t Nas received $2,680 in tuition from non resident pupils in a year. Mies Mary Rogers. Bloom Street re to Refl Home yesterday after visiting her aunt or. S v. Border at Clear held

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