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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 9, 1903, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper the Home i lit circulation this paper is in reusing rapidly it will pay you to advertise ill the subscription $1 per year i k. Irvin ii. .1kn n i not is. It jct l 1st.�? office 1 fours y a. M to i m i Mill St. I v m to u i. M do Orille. To 1 a a Iii a m in. 427 sr., t. A. Diseases a tin stomach Aii a intestine i special v a this country will no Var i vol. To no it7. Antiri by Frek until it supplies allow it sown demand with its own productions Danville. A. Till 1�sday july a. 1903. Estay Elisii Al it in is."�."�, i it it u i. , dentist i u it i 2 i s Mill. It i Ickis i Ltd a pm Ltd in i 11. In Row it a in hint a it it re m so Cully. E us Wlllie Iii it it St my i Ino a improved Lull Usif Lily hint a a. To Iii. \ a i i a a i lie l 11 work. Us. E. H. , a a knit is 288 Mill St., Danville a. Dentistry in All branches. A barges Moderal i nil work tin Init feed 1 Olih Nishii news. Next Romes labor Dav. To Ufort mud shirt Waist have sent fashion to the rear. Most people have i a covered from the Day Days Danville has numerous excellent Sites for new industries. Now the honest Farmer will make Busy with the Harvest the victims tetanus Are now com aug to tin front the kissing hug has been rating i Pottsville hut naturally avoided those Boodler who have been blackmailing school teachers. To Tere is a great Deal wireless electricity abroad this july. Summer is upon us and this is no summer dream. The Hay fever victims will soon he off to the mountains. Having extracted the powder grains and splinters from his Anatomy the american Small Bov is ready for the next Bunch trouble that May w Ander his Way. From a weather Point View Jolt so far is i improvement Oil Juno. Weeds Are growing High along the River Bank. A baby girl has brightened the Home it Walter Swank Nassau by revert. Mary Emerson who is to Star next season in the new play a a his majesty and the maid a i Quot one the youngest stars in America. Possessed id an unusually Brilliant singing voice she studied for a while tin concert stage in studying tin role Juliet in Gounod s opera Romeo and Juliet she showed so much dramatic just duct that her instructor advised her to enter tie dramatic i i. She took his advice and her career testifies to his Good judgment. If some the july dividends Conns in the shape go it gtd weather we w ill satisfied. The two National guard companies disbanded by general Stewart a served their Fate. The state is waiting Good Money in keeping the Rolls organizations that do not Roach the it Randi re efficiency. The state merchants convention will take place in the Hazleton opera House August 11111. 12th and 131 h. The promoters intend to make tin Elution a big affair. Bet wet n 377 told 400 delegates Are expected to he in it Tendance. Danville people Are warned to in he Lookout for two shrewd fairs who ire touring this part the state. They pretend to he deaf and dumb and have Ichii sized hundreds Faun lie. They very recently arrested at a Deton while under the influence Lii for ind that is How they unconsciously ave themselves away. The Green Apple is getting ready to it after Young am. Rica now since he toy pistol has had it innings. The Short crop Hay should result ii a less number Hay fever cases. The Law passed by the last Legi a ure prohibiting the Sale toy pistols s practically a a Lead letter Many he Little weapons were disposed his year. Picnic prospects Are having a Good a Iii effect the sunday school a a a a hot Are beginning to play a a Art now. Reports from All parts the Ruai by show that the crop Blank ear Ridge victims was above the average. Philadelphia philanthropists Are Trong taking car the children it utterly neglectful the grow up tora is. The demands made upon the Pullman Ini Pany for sleeping cars and parlor irs have never been Ieav Ier than now and All roads Are hauling More 11��?� a Ullman equipment whether people a i Short Long distances they pm to he tending More and More to in use the Pullman car because it firs advantages not found in most be regular a engr coaches. A baby girl has arrived it the Home Chontas Martin Spruce Street thu More the Momi r there Are to at the hotter tie weather coins june graduates an now beginning a mix with the Plain people ruins Mastim s grocery was Borg Laii de tuesday night and goods to the value some seven eight Del Lars were carried off. The store is a one Story building situated some thirty Yards East Yastine a residence opposite the railway station. The burglar effected an Entrance at the rear window which was protect d by a drop shutter. A breaking one tie hinges in succeeded in getting the shutter which he seemed to know exactly what to do in order to effect an Entrance. Freaking one tin panes Glass he inserted his Arm and without difficulty removed an up fill buts Ricc i Iii is tins personal the fire til in s picnic at de Witt s a a . And mrs. Horace freeze and Park under the auspices Tik Friend daughters. May Aud Hazel Brook 11 i 11 fire company fourth july a was a Well rounded Success. Every thing seemed to come the firemen a Way. There was not a it it rious casualty to mar the event they had a delightful Dav and Best All they had the crowd. A conservative estimate places the number people the ground at 3000. There wer 1774 paid Arnii Sions. 1 in addition to these children were admitted free while during the has Hall game tin grounds were Pia Cliteal by open. Everything in the line eatables was sold out. None it tin contests Lyn n. Y.,Are visiting at the Homo m r. Freeze s Mother mrs. Mary freeze water Street. William e. Knorr and family Ploton Surg spent sunday at the Homo a it . T. H. Winter teen East Market Street. Right stick insert 1 alongside he it twee ii advertised outside liase Hall How tin lower Sash and the top to it prevent any one tin outside from raising tin window. The goods which were found missing consisted a lot chewing to Maceo half a Hunch bananas and a Box Candy. The Quantity tobacco base Hall afforded the Lov carried off can not he exactly determined but . Yastine thinks that the goods stolen in value do not amount to ten dollars a Penny in the Slot machine which Hung in front the store was also stolen. This was found yesterday morning lying along the Railroad a Short distance in Low the station. It had Boon broken open with tin expectation no doubt finding Money. The pennies Inlall been removed the evening before and nothing remained in the Box hut some seventy a a a ills Worth chewing gum which the burglar seized. Or. Vastine is looking for an individual a stranger who was in his store tuesday whom he rather More than sex he ets is guilty tin burglary. Tin Man who was an observing sort a fellow . Vastino save made a Small Purchase and in is sure that in . Silver gup Gold lined would recognize him if lie should him. Lawrence Tooley blooms Huig spent sunday in Danville. Edward Wilcox Wilk Sharre spent sunday with Danville friends. Mrs. George Wright Lewisburg spout sunday with her parents . And mrs. John Russell Gedar Street. Or. Aud mrs. Wilson Richard Nta Wissa spent sunday at the Farley Hotiu Olberry Street. J. F. Mullen Berwick visited relatives in this City Over sunday. Mrs. Benjamin Luton and Sou Bon Jam in Wilk Sharre were guests at tin Home Mearles Kelly Mausdale Over sunday. Lear hair Dick Catawissa spent sunday in this City. Or. Aud mrs. Austin Harlman Berwick so int sunday at the Keefer inn Nicholas Avenue. F. A. Hurdick Scranton spent the four a in this City. Ralph Foulk Horwick spent sunday at his Home East Market Street. Liar Les Pusey Berwick spent sunday at his Home Vine Street. William and Fred Hor Sherger Youngstown o., arrived in this City saturday in response to news to lie serious illness ten in Mother mrs Jacob Hornberger Cooper Strep it. A trial tues Ian ill the another flood stops work. Another discouraging and most expected delay has occurred at so Var. Work was in Progress monday Aud tuesday and the damage tin previous flood which held up work during last we a a had just been re when another freshet has count Ahng flooding the Trench As badly a before and which will make work impossible during the rest the week. The High water which seems do to Rains near the head Waters was not dreamed Here. When the men quit work tuesday evening tin River was still falling and everything favourable for steady work. Tin in Surprise a a Stanlay can i Ming in a there forc when assembling at the sewer they found that tin River had Arisen about three feet and tin Trench was badly flooded. The River continued to Rise during tin greater path yester Day and it is impossible to Ltd say when work can a a a resumed the sewer. The steam pump started tue slav noon was found to he a failure owing to Ltd the presence Sand in tin water which interfered with the action the valves. Gum in has ordered a four Inch centrifugal pump which is expect Eil to arrive today. There a a a is to to no doubt but that the latter pump will nicer tin water difficulty after the River once becomes Normal As it has an e extraordinary capacity Ami is constructed to St Mil any amount Sand and gravel a Vii mud which it raises to the surface As readily As water. Ever were pulled off tin reason that no one could a found willing to enter. Them was sufficient however to entertain the crowd. The music was Good and this together with tin dancing was much enjoyed. Tin two games r that sport an abundance amusement. In tint evening the Fine display i a works was an attraction. All persons paying admission to the Park Rcd a died a mini lie red ticket entitling them to a Chance in valuable prizes. The drawing took place pm the dancing Pavilion s sturday night in the pres inv a if a larg number spectators. None those who held the Lucky numbers were present the numbers drawing prizes Are As follows no. 870, the gentleman s Gold watch no. 313, the Silver water Pitcher no 27 i the ladies Silver watch no. 1512, gut Glass Pitcher Silver trimmed no. 11, toilet Gas Mirror Brush Aud come canny trim Neil with Silver no. 1332, Glikina . And mrs. Thomas Johns and son Cracker howl Silver trim Neil no. Willard Stroudsburg Aud miss a Kathryn Johns Scranton were 1 guests a John l. And David Evans j East Mahoning and ferry streets Sun Day. Boy Breaks Botolf Anns. Michael a Olevian 12 year age son Janies Ohman Hickey Alley Joseph h. Schwartz and daughters while picking cherries at South Dan Ethel and Marion Plymouth Accident Mars a picnic. An Accident occurred dining a Pic Nic the Cycle path tuesday afternoon which Rev Al a a Renmark a he do Gree fortitude tin the part a Hoy and showed a great Deal thought tul conduct All around. A party about Twenty Young people chaperoned by mrs. S. F. Rick its wore enjoying themselves to i vie Turtle ill ill it y tin Spring at to a tin paths Hon Roy n in the act catching a i and fell dislocating the knee right limb. In the absence a doctor t Man Hirsi it set to work Trviz Duee the dislocation. No tax ing tin intense pain incident an operation he is tick to i actually succeeded in get Hack into place. La View some exigent Imi in this i Ricketts had Pic i in i the liniment which proved \ useful in allaying the pain. T was carefully la imaged after the Bov was aide to walk lion my Ville Friday fell from tin tree and sustained very serious injury. Ii climbed to tin top one tin High Cherry Trees the Woodruff lot nearly opposite the station and was in the act descending when in Hei Anu dizzy and full to tin ground a distance nearly 30 feet. He alighted his hands and Knees. The principal injury was in his arms both which 1 3 a St r his. Were guests fourth july at the residence Rush Yurrick West Mahoning Street. Mrs. D. J. Rogers visited relatives in Sunbury yesterday. J. H. Goeser returned from a business trip to it Hazleton yesterday. Joseph Law was a visitor in Sunbury had sustained a fracture. To was taken to the office . Barber flu a it was discovered that tin right Arm then was a dislocation one Bone tin ulna and a fracture the other the radio while the left Arm both bom were broken near tin wrist joint. In t Din ing tin dislocation and setting tin broken hones . Barber was assisted by drs. C. Newbaker and t. B. Winter Stoen. Young homers make a record. Twenty two Miles in 3.7 minutes a this is the record eight homing pigeons owned by George stick a this City. Or. Stick sent the pigeons to Berwick he express tuesday where they were liberated at 3.07 p. M. He trustworthy parties. At 3.42 p. M. They arrived at Danville and alighted their Home loft. The bins Are Young ones and yesterday was the third time they a Var Rte a. They made tin trip from Berwick last saturday but no Effort was made to determine the time. Their record yesterday which was Over a mile in two minutes shows what they Are capable attaining. Tig to i 11 is i ii to i tie Al yesterday hottest season. Yet sturday was the hottest Day the season. During the afternoon the heat was variously reported at from in to 1 1 degrees in the Shade. To the Montour House a j. Rani i a record temperatures which is. La tvs conservative and re Leahh a a follows 7 30 a a. 01 de up noon 82 degrees 7 30 p. In., do degrees 0 17 a. Mis degrees. Maxi my in in at yesterday was i degrees above the hot to it St eat h a a Rio iced lat win a previously his season. People complain it Deal about tin 11�?� a a a and arc in Aily sighing for cooler weather Iii in my la 1 the Lait that aim mar i Quot i a a be a More than begun. To in ring a i a g colanders Arr sted and tined. Stanley Barron and Philip is How Nort Huinh Rland , Wen arrested by officers Iii Nemoyer Ami Yoris saturday afternoon for being drunk Aud disorderly. Jul lice bar place upon each them to addition to two lol Lars Cost a a n dollars. Fin live which belongs to the Borough and tvo to the school Board. The men aria ded were pm Danders who started out to c i i it lie fourth july when Tony got iut i i fight. Each t in in secured ins Liberty by paying Fine and costs. J from a 16-fool ladder. i William b. Starz a la the Painter which i mrs with a had fall to Day hut luckily escaped with slight injury. Ii was painting at the residence Samuel a Kman Rushtown. Standing a Sixton foot ladder lie was working at the windows tin outside. Him Hing to the Topmost rung he took hold one tin hinges at tin shutter to support himself. The i Tigu a it seems was poorly so eur Al Ami if gave Vay causing him to fall a a the ground. Fortunately in escaped serious injury Sut ii Ning ��111 v a sprained wrist lie was driven to his Home in this City hut last evening is Able to he out. Or. And mrs. George Studenroth win have been guests at tin Home . F. E. Harpul returned to their Homo in Lancaster county yesterday. Miss Martin Spring Lake new Jersey is visiting her father Frank Martin Spring Street. Miss Esther Cohen blooms Burg seas tin pm St yesterday miss Mann East front Street. Thomas elmos business in this City yesterday. H. Mid Citowski returned from Wilkes barn yesterday. Miss Stella Ellen Hogue Philadelphia is visiting her Mother mrs. Rebecca Ellen Hogue Lover Mulberry Street. John Tooley was Shamokin visitor yesterday. Mrs. William Hartman is visiting relatives in Scranton. Mrs. Max Gross will return from a visit in Lelii Ahtou today. H. L. Smith and wife Cairo mich., will return Home today after a visit with relatives in this City. Henry Kregor Pittsburg arrived i this City last evening for a visit with his parents . Aud mrs. John Kreyger Ash Street. Mrs. S. M. Oberdorf near klines Grove spent yesterday with her sister miss Alice Gearhart South Danville. Miss Mary Oakes Paradise has returned Home after a pleasant visit with mrs. M. A. Hughes and daughter ferry Street. Miss Annie la a has returned borne after a two weeks visit with miss Ella Weaver at Comly and friends at Williamsport. Harry we liver spent yesterday in Williamsport. J a a a i h Hoffman a Turucz to Phila Dolphin yesterday after a visit with his parents Oil we St Mahoning str it. J. Ii Fry was in Sunbury yesterday. Mis., Jennie Bird returned to Mill a a Osville yesterday after a visit at the Home her Mother East Market Street. Inspecting the damage. Tin regular claim ago its and damage adjusters tie p. A r Are making the round the Branch a Flics a lays looking up Fleir claims in a tiled he land owie is for damages re sult ing from lire along Fie route the a make regular trips for this purpose and nearly Al Vays is ice eel in a tiling every claim satisfactorily address by Rev. Hannan. I Ion. K. S. A who is i he program for an Adires at tie graduation a nurses at tie Hospital fair tie invite thursday night has a ii Call a to Washington cel a will not he Ltd to hot in a int tie oct asian. His place will he ill led by r. V Harry Girtin Harman who will address the Radii at s. Miss Hendershott a narrow escape. Miss ene Lite Hemoc Rashott Wah into Neville came very nearly burning to death yesterday morning. While working about tie stove be i clothing ignited. Screaming for help she ran into tie Yard Aud threw herself Down in the deep grass. With the assistance some Leugel Ihns the flames were it anguished. The Burns in flirted although pain ii i an not consid a red serious. Quot Bomboy s Bridge the new county Bridge in Anthony township in course in it t i it in a Cut a Itig to the decision the citizens will la known As Bomboy a Bridges in Honor Daniel Bohoy who resides quite near. The Stone work is completed the lumber i it tie ground and nothing More remains hut to await tie arrival it the steel supers Rilet it the newly elected officers Beaver Lodge no. 132, knights pythias wore installed at the regular weekly meeting by Deputy grand Chancellor Harry Fields. The session was full interest and several visitors from other lodges were present. Beaver Lodge is in a most prosperous condition the reports showing a Gratifying increase in membership and financial strength. There Are now enrolled the Hooks the Lodge nearly 170 members. The officers for the current term Are Chancellor commander Thomas p. Evans vice Chancellor John Richards master at arms Harry Trum Bower prelate Reuben Boyer master work David Reese keeper records and Seal John g. Wait master finance Samuel Jackson master exchequer William l. Sid Ler trustee j. D. Evans inside guard Keely Ream outside guard James Wilson. Harry Fields is the repress Eunaive to the grand Lodge which meets this year at Carbondale. The rank Knight was conferred upon an Esquire after which addresses we re made by manager Bright the cuban giants who is a member Allegheny Lodge no. 108, now York City and c. E. Shipe. Larkin Lodge no. 78, Chester Penna. Responses were made behalf Beaver Lodge by grand Tribune George w. Miles and Deputy grand Chancellor Fields. An awful record. Dead. 78 seriously injured.3,431 w Liat a record for the glorious fourth the above figures Tell the horrible Side the strenuous celebrations throughout the country saturday and the reports indicate that the carnage due to the giant firecracker the toy pistol and their fellow dealers in death and destruction was greater than in previous years. Last year the death list throughout the country reached 21,and the reported injured 2,172. The list is growing larger and More appalling every year and is it any wonder that the people Are protesting against this reckless an useless Slaughter Down in Harrisburg no one has a right to use a pistol the streets the fourth july and the police that City confiscated a Hundred weapons this sort saturday. Patriotism ran amuck for awhile but tie police bad their orders and they did their duty. It it was Only the fool with the revolver who suf Fml it would not he half so had hut in nine cases out ten it is the innocent citizen that has to pay for it with a Bullet wad somewhere in his Anatomy and it is time to Call a halt. Advance detail for it. Gretna. The Advance detail company twelfth regiment third brigade n. G. P., left for Tho brigade a moment at it. Gretna this morning Tho u i4 Pennsylvania train. Quartermaster scr East 4. W. Gross will be in command Atnel the others in the detail will be privates Ralph Gaskins George Marshall Abraham l. Childs b. F. Nevius John j. Snyder Ami Darrah Eckman. Quartermaster sergeant Gross is a Veteran this sort duty Ami is considered one the most efficient in the guard. He is always with the Van and among Tho last to leave when Camp is broken. He was Tom Box ear guardian last summer when the Gallant twelfth returned from its Long stay in the Coal regions. While the rest the regiment was dress Parade at Sunbury sergeant Gross was Busy at South Danville getting boxes Bales barrels and other Caius property to tin armory. It was All there too when the company got up from Sunbury. Eugene Moyer remembered. Eugene Moyer who has been unable to walk since the terrible driving Accident last Winter in which he sustained an injury to Bis spine received a very Fine Token esteem from his friends yesterday in the form an outdoor self propelling chair. The chair was procured through John dusters sous. It was purchased with funds raised by popular subscriptions. Eugene has Many friends and it required hut Little Effort to realize enough to pay for the chair. There Are Many others who would have been glad to contribute but it was not necessary to Call upon them. The chair was Over to . Moyer about 2 clock yesterday afternoon. It is one the most elegant and modern pieces mechanism designed for tin use invalids known. The chair is Oak nicely caned Ami presents a most comfortable Aud Grace Ful appearance. It is the right shape for tin Hack and body Aud is fitted with elliptical steel Springs. It is propelled by Crank movement which can he adjusted the right left hand Side the the chair to suit either right Lett handed people. It steers very easily Ami runs without difficulty Over i even surfaces up Ordinary grades at a Speed equal to a fast walk. X. H. Lodge gave his new Coal Digger a trial tuesday. Everything about it was found to work admirably and All that is needed now is to get next to a Large Deposit River Coal w�?Tbi�?~11 the machine will soon pay for itself and yield a profit to the owner. The Digger which is the first Craft in the form a Steamboat which has navigated the Susquehanna at this Point in Many years created quite a sensation As it came steaming Down the River and passed under the Bridge tuesday afternoon. The engine boiler and digging machinery Are installed a Flat boat Foo feet Long and wide and deep in proportion. It is propelled by steam the paddle wheels two in number being at the rear and embracing the entire Width the Flat which gives the Craft a appearance resembling Tho Stern wheeled steam boats which ply the Ohio River. It is equipped throughout with tin most modern machinery and embraces several very ingenious inventions devised expressly to facilitate extracting Coal from the River. It is an exact counterpart the Coal diggers employed Sli Mokin Creek which have a capacity 50 to 00 tons Jet Day Aud which during the miners strike last summer contributed so largely toward relieving the Coal famine. In bringing up Trio Coal from Tho Bottom the River the suction method is employed by Tho Digger the system machinery containing a revolving screen into which the Coal Falls and where the coarse and Fine Are separated and stones and the like Are thrown out. Near the second pier River Bridge yesterday the Digger was put to work. There was vory Little Coal the River Bottom at that Point hut what existed then was very readily pumped up while the revolving screen showed How effectually it was capable doing its work. Tho operations were watched by a larg number people the River Bridge. The stricken Pope. The illness Pope Leo Lias excited the gravest concern among catholics All Over the world. With this apprehension there will he sincere and gift ral sympathy Aung members other Rel Ignus sects. When a Man �?~j3 years age is overtaken by so dangerous and insidious a disease As pneumonia the Chance his survival seems desperately narrow. The millions christians who own the pontiff As their spiritual head seem justified therefore in preparing for the worst. This wonderful old Man has rallied from several physical prostrations during Tho last few years hut there is a limit to his vitality phenomenal As it is and the reports from Rome make it Plain that the limit Lias been reached. This Prospect will overshadow with sincere sadness Tho whole world catholicity. Apart from Bis splendid intellectual attainments the personal character Leo Xiii has been so pure so gentle and so Blu iguana that the respect and veneration which catholics always feel for Tho spiritual potentate whom they regard As a a Christ a vicar Earth a Long ago deepened in his Case into personal affection. Of that account his death a if it he ordained that lie must now die will plunge his mighty flock into personal mourning. But multitudes outside the Catholic Pale will watch the reports from Rome with a sorrowful interest. They owe no allegiance to the pc Tiff but they recognize the greatness and the goodness the Man. There Are few american nou catholics whether they be protestants jews agnostics who have not Given their ascent to the opinion that Leo takes High rank among the really great men not Only the past generation hut the past Century. Who can wonder if the profound impression created by the solemn thought that a historic personage who has exerted a tremendous and All pervasive influence upon Christendom is slowly passing away has for the moment obliterated sectarian lines and United everywhere men All religious beliefs and no religious belief with a tie reverence and regret Range inspected. Fred a. Godcharles Milton inspector Rifle practice the twelfth regiment was in this City tuesday in the performance his official duty. Accompanied by George Gross Range master company lie went Over the ground and pronounced things mainly in Good a Simp conforming with tie regulations. The target especially he pronounced one tin Best in this Section. The constitutionality tin Borough ordinances throughout tie state prohibiting hawking and piddling the streets from door to door by Quot ample otherwise was sustained by judg Auten Nort Humli Elarid county in an opinion handed Down monday morning in the re Arick can. L. Rearick the agent tin citizens wholesale Supply company Columbus Ohio Xmas Arr to a in Sunbury some time ago by special officer Paul feud Rick at tie in Taie a the business men s association for Selling goods by Sample from door to door without a License. He was a hearing before Justice car int r. Who in accordance with the Borough ordinance imposed a Fine �27 Aud the costs. The defendant s counsel apr a d the Case to the United states District court for the Middle District Pennsylvania asking to be discharged under a writ Hareas corp claiming that the ordinance was a violation the inter state Commerce clause Ltd the Constitution the United state it the application for a discharge was denied by the District court and the Case referred Hack to the a ourt the county. It was argued before judge aut a ii. S. Knight Sunbury reprint ing the business men. Monday morn ing judge Auten handed Down his opinion affirming the action justic Carpenter in imposing the Fine �27, which is practically declaring the Diu Auto to he All right. Judge Auten also refused a new trial in the Hood Case. W. Ii. Hood a Snyder county huckster was arrested for Selling rabbits in the Shai Okiu markets out season. The Cas was tried sometime ago and was decide against Hood who Inadi application for a new trial. Prosecuted for food adulteration. The vigorous crusade mad he Warren state Dairy and food Cora missioner against the illegal traffic in Ole Margarine during his three months service As chief the Dairy and food division Tho department Agri Cultore has caused numerous dealers to take out the proper stat Lieym s in order that they could Haode tin uncoloured Ole Margarine without fear arrest and prosecution. Daring the months May and june 1902, the total receipts at the state Treasury account Oleo lie us fees was �138.70, As compared with �2412.70, for the same period in pj03 which clearly indicates a renewed activity in the direction stated. During the past three months . Warren ordered prosecution against about 200 deah is scattered throughout the various counties the Commonwealth for alleged violations tin several acts Assembly relating to adulterated Dairy and food products a a Ole Margarine the commissioner stated a has its rights under the Law. Of Pennsylvania. It has a right to he composed lard beef fat and Cotton seed Oil but it must not he coloured artificially in order to make it resemble in appearance the pure delicious product the Jersey cow. The Man who Sells it Over the counter at retail wholesale serves it the table at the hotel restaurant he Harding House can do so legally and without tear prosecution if he secures tin requisite License and fully comply with tin Art regulating the Mamita Turc and Sale the substitute for butter in Pennsylvania Quot Misa Reinaker a funeral miss Amanda e. Reinaker whose do ath occurred monday was consigned to the grave in the reformed cemetery yesterday afternoon. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. George e Limbert. The pall hearers were Jno. Sweisfort i. R Williams 1. N. Diff Haeher and. C Ritter. De Atli an infant. Tin four months old infant . And mrs. George Fox East Danville died sunday morning. The funeral xxx ill he held tomorrow at 2 p. Ill. Jul terme it in Odd Fellows cemetery. Burned in the face. George Wallize who resides near Moore Surg while attending the 1th july Celebration in Milton was had by horned Iii the face by the discharge a pistol in old near by Hoium person in the crowd he is Beng treated by . Thompson. Against seed distribution. The protest the americans a d merchants association recently in session illustrates the quickness with which the government Competition will arouse vigorous protest from private interests which May i affected whether the protest will Mak an difference with the annual dist Tibu Tion seeds produced by th1 depart Merit agriculture remains to a seen. This free seed distribution has in the past been the subject much humorous comment though until a Cut la it has not been taken a re seriously. It was used mainly to tick 1 a the political soil in doubtful Congo it Siouan districts in the Hope making it More fruitful in votes and Twig i Ergative value the seeds was not r Garden As a matter any it in my trance. Since Howe. A the seed j Are beginning to a have mor v Alu my i their distribution i it becoming an a to Terp Riso considerable magnitude it is hut natural that the cd merchant should object. By direction our it its tie sen tary agriculture Lia Distri Hur d through his department to by congressmen about Park Ages seeds. In addition Tothi it Fri distribution seeds the Serra fat has established seed testing station it in which experiments Are conduit to determine the germinating value a t seeds that Are offered for Sal in Var ions parts the country tin s. The is have forced the withdrawal from the Market Large Quant it a t <11 and worthless seeds new oots. Twelve new cots ordered tor a it in the county jail arrived these constitute a much need Al in prove Merit at the prison and will a. Doubt he highly appreciated a to ii is who May a Munfor Tinnat i to it a use for to Iii i Job printing the office the americas Licin furnished with a Large assortment Joh letter and fancy Type and Joh material generally the Dahlia her an a ounces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to sex cute in the neatest manner Job printing All kinds and description lock i p All object 1� Quot Iii took Piare in tto a office if Juste a Bare yet a Day after noon which show that a departure from the Trull i a v. R Wise Ami that it May i and to the Tiharra Sciug com i nation at the same time a Little Romance in r Al life came to the Surfac the to in the affair a the Young Man held in tin log k up who appeared ii this i Ity sunday night driving a horse which was barely Able to travel for want it to Odio upon to aug called to account told to Many conflicting a s that us Piciulo tic axe g m ral that he had not come by the i horse and buggy honestly up to yesterday afternoon no reply had been received to the i to Tal a arde sent out with reference to the affair and it was decided that suspicion would a if form a Good ground for holding the Man any longer. H was accordingly taken before Justice Bare. The Man. Who still insisted that his name was Joseph pc Walt Eck is a cripple undersized in stature with Black hair and a face covered with a Stuhle Black Beard and who Waks w Ith a slightly foreign accent upon a my asked it in knew what grounds lie was being held he replied that a it he understood it it was a cause he drove his horse with out shoes. Tin justic then explained to him that lie was held other and a Grav a r ground Quot that there was a Uspicio that he had not come by the hours Aud buggy honestly a suspicion which he was unfortunately responsible for himself try the flagrant untruths he indulged in As to where he was from Etc. Thi Quot seemed to is a revelation to the in Oor fellow. A yes a a he mid a i did not to ii the truth hut there was a reason. A the Justice then further explained to him the predicament lie was in Aud urged him to make some statement which could a relied upon intimating in pretty Plain terms that a great Deal a Pond d upon his a oud oct from that time . �?o1 will Tell the truth he said a hot 1 will not Tell where i am from. Yon see i have a Home. I gave my father All 1 earned and All was Well until 1 fell in love. I am Twenty Tive year old and 1 want to get married. My Brothers and Sisters Are against me 1 want my father to help Rne hut they scorn in i have earned Money and i said 1 will go to another place Aud earn More Money and then we will get married. So you see i will not Tell where i am from. This trouble would be what they would like to her and they would laugh at the girl. Ii then took an oath that he had come by the horse and buggy honestly As he put it that lie had bought them. By t ii in time it was Clear that the fellow was telling the truth that he was a very artful deceiver. The just ice told him that in the absence a Vida not a to the contrary he would accept his Story and permit Hui to de part hut Only condition that lie would get his horse shod before Leav ing town As he would he liable to arrest for cruelty to animals and could even now he held that charge. The fellow a egued overjoyed at getting off so easily Anil accompanied by chief Iii Nemoyer left the office at once for the livery stable to try to effect a set Tlynn it with Hunter. Coal Digger id 11� up water. X. Leduc having ascertained by Experiment that his Coal Digger was in Good work ing order yesterday Noru ing started out for the purpose Tod ing Coal. About Iff clock the a Sid looking Craft went steaming Down Over the a Ripples in Tine Quot Tyle hound for deep water. In the Vicinity the a Bend probably Between that a int and Ltd Hulasko a Leduc sex poets to it find heavy deposits River Coal. The Digger is a kind adapted As Well to Dee a As to shall a a water and tin various deposits Coal heretofore out reach men with Row to oath will this year undoubtedly 1h scooped up and placed the Market. Onside Rable prospecting May be re Quirt a to find the Coal which at Placa May <1 beneath mud. Under the action High water and the movement ice the do poets too frequently a Haig their it Siriois a Good sized la cd Coal above Tho Bridge m a the South Danville Shore which known to exist last fall is said now to have entirety i Sappy Are a. The Coal it Quot Sune where however and it to Quot Quot to say that la due will find it. Williamsport took the 8eries. Williamsport won evry game a a eries a three Vith the Fean Park team ref York played at Williams a a it. The scores were it in it Lay a Williamsport \ i Iii Park 1 tuesday Williamsport 8, pm Park a wednesday Williamsport 12, Penn Park 3 quite a number a a peo i from this City a period to Witney the Gam yesterday afternoon but were unable to get away Penn Park is a Strong team and cancelled games at Harrisburg to play this a pries in Lee Lumler pity electric in rat installed electric Light yesterday a install re Iii Ihu freight House the Penu Sylvania Railroad at South inti Ivilue two Light Quot were Pla a 1 in the build ing and two the plat Lori outside

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