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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 5��?no 3" Danville pa., thursday july 28. 1910 established in 1855 two state constables at Wyoming Barracks have resigned because the was too Small. From a Bushel and a half of seed potatoes of the Early red variety Effenger Dangler of Birdsboro grew fifty bushels of potatoes. Watching a base Ball game at Shenandoah Walter Carls,8 years old step de too close and the Batter unwittingly fractured his Skull. Stroudsburg is just winding up the Celebration of an old Home week which Lias brought hundreds of former residents and visitors to the town. Mrs. William h. York was seriously injured one night recently by jumping from a Street car during a panic caused by the blowing out of a fuse. In trying to beat a passenger train Over a Grade crossing at York Friday morning Jeremiah Alexander a teamster almost lost his life and two mules of a team of four were so badly injured they had to be killed. After a Chase of Over six Mouths the state police department at Harrisburg Lias been informed that it had secured the arrest at Utica n. Y., of Samuel add Rice formerly of Shamokin on the charge of murder committed in Northumberland county. W. J. Hidlay of Scott township Columbia county was the owner of a valuable Shepherd dog. Now the dog is dead because he attacked a Porcupine and to put him out of his misery was killed. His Tongue was peppered by quills from the Porcupine. Hayden the 7 year old son of councilman David s. Jones of Bangor Lehigh county placed the lighted stump of a Cigar in his pocket where it set fire to various other Boyish treasures and in addition caused Burns to the boy serious in character. While a Farmer named Aaron ice port of Manor township Lancaster county was delivering a Load of Hay in Lancaster Clarence Schmidt aged 12 years is said to have lighted a cigarette which came in Contact with the Hay and the latter went up in Smoko. Overcome by the heat John Woodward of Pottsville a Carpenter fell from the top of a three Story building on which to was working. He pitched head first and landed on a Low porch. He was practically scalped and it required Twenty four stitches to sew his Scalp on again. In addition he received internal injuries. The oldest Man that Ever gave the police of York the slip is Abe Ornauer so years of age who slipped of through the Back door of his Home Friday morning while a policeman sat patiently waiting on the front stoop for him to appear. Later he was captured. He was wanted on the charge of attempting to Stab his son in Law wit i a screw Driver. Impaled in reaper guards. A while attempting to Stop a runaway team in a wheat Field g. L. Dunkle aged 08, a Farmer in wiggles Gap near Altoona was knocked Down by the flying team and impaled of the pointed knife guards of the reaper. Although the swiftly a moving Blades did not read him Dunkle was dragged it ome distance Ami terribly lacerated a the prongs that entered his body in several places and which will Likely cause his death. Twenty four stitches were necessary to close the wounds. Full of a result if stepping upon a package of Needles 20 years ago mrs. Joseph Orris aged 28, is reported to be dying at her Home n Richland township two Miles from Ohn Stowe. About 10 years ago she stepped of a fallen trolley wire and it is believed that the Needles became magnetized 40 pieces have already been removed. It is thought that pieces nay have reached the vital parts. Tetanus serum effective. According to advices received by a Tato commissioner of health Samuel Xou the tetanus Antitoxin furnish cd free by the state to indigent porous proved effective in every one of lie Twenty nine cases in which it was administered. Not a Case of lock jaw developed although several of the Pati its sustained ugly wounds on the fourth of july. Honor medal Man Charles s. Furman of Bloomsburg one of the nations medal of Honor Neu died in is sixty eighth year. He received the medal for leading a Haud us of men across an open stretch near devils Den in the Battle of Gettys it org Aud capturing a detail of Louis Ana Tiger sharpshooters. His tooth Rev. J. P. Schellhamer 401 Madison ave Rue York who has been serving past a rates in York county for almost 17 years performed his seven Hundredth wedding ceremony the other Day. A used detected Tealing in a Philadelphia store two women one of them with a baby in Ler arms kept the store detectives on he run with hatpins until they were subdued by six policemen. Danville lost be saturdays results. Berwick 2 Danville 1, 11 innings. Bloomsburg 10 Nau Tooke 7. Shickshinny 5 Nescopeck 2. Standing of the clubs w. I. . I w. I. . Danville. .19 5 .792 i Shock a by. 12 7 .632 ntinticoke.l6 9 .6lo Bloom .13 11 my Berwick. 15 8 .6521 Nescopeck. 6 16 .273 the Danville champions have hunted into two games this year of the Ultra extraordinary class one the 10 innings set to at Shickshinny on May 28th which the Browns won by a score of i to 2 and the game at Berwick on saturday in which the car town boys nosed out a scanty win in the 11th innings. Score 2 to 1. The few who were fortunate enough to be witnesses of both of these games rather incline to the belief that saturdays argument went even a Little ahead of the Shiuey defeat in playing and excitement. Sure enough we can be that it was of the nerve racking Collar wilting variety bristling with hair breadth escapes for both sides thrilling plays that made the spectators forget the Brilliant work of one Man As soon As he had accomplished his turn to watch the circus stunt of another Tosser. The rain which proceeded the game kept Many Berwick fans in the shelter of their Homes or other places Aud the crowd was therefore Only fair their temerity Cost them the sight of lie prettiest game that will Likely be played on Fowler Field this season. The play was so tight that Many decisions that directly effected the score were so close As to be entirely umpires choices. Two decisions at the plate the run that Shatto scored in the first and nipples try for the plate in the ninth were both extremely doubtful hut in both cases the Umpire decided in Berwick a favor no though Many Berwick people were found after the game who believed the Umpire was wrong. But Kleckner was obviously trying to Frame up a Square Deal so not a word from hero against him. A during the eleven innings almost every Man on the Danville team had at some time or another a Chance to display his ability. Of the even 50 chances that came Danville a Way Only three were Eri ored. These were nipples Muff of Umlauft a throw in the fifth Wagner a drop of Patterson a line thrive in the same session and Veitha a juggle of mrs ser a roller in the seventh. So it will be perceived that Danville displays did not Advance Berwick runners in scoring innings. Rowe was in the Box for Danville Aud pitched the Fine Ball throughout the game of which we All know he is thoroughly capable when he wants to. Throughout nine innings he held Berwick scoreless when they were fighting like demons to push runners across the . Many times Berwick re users would be pawing the dust in the paths when the Side was retired. Rowers performance was marred however by the Lluli innings when two bases on balls issued to batters of doubtful ability were largely responsible for Berwick a winning run. Brennan in right Field was one of the stars of the game although Berwick gave him chances in but one innings the eighth. He played his position with both his head Aud his hands Aud is a big improvement Over his predecessor in the right Garden. The eighth was almost entirely Brennan a. His catch of Patterson a Fly was the first out. Bowers next up drove one of his Well known lines into jimmies Section for what with an Ordinary player would have been a clean hit but the Danville fielders Quick recovery and Fine throw retired the sex Sha Okiu player at first Flaherty a two Bagger follow Ami Metzler next up sent a hit into right Field on which Flaherty tried to score but Jimmie was again there with the goods Aud Cut the runner off at Home. The work of the infield again and again lowered Berwick a Hopes of scor a. The most Brilliant stunt being cutting off re users at second Rowe Aud Umlauf figured in three of these Quick put outs and Veith and Umlauf pulled off a fourth. Danville a inability to score More runs is due in a Large measure to Mussel who did Tho tossing for Berwick. He bestowed Only four hits on the leaders an error helping in Tho making of Danville a Only run. Only in four of the eleven in Uings did extra Danville batters face Tho Berwick artist. His work was very steady and sure Ami seemed to improve when Danville runners were of the sacks. Outside of Musser there was no particularly starry features gravitated to Berwick a credit. While not showy their work however was very steady which perhaps gets just As much. A a reds Metzler was in saturdays game after a period on the Bentti. Of course a a reds was thoroughly elated the school Board held a regular meeting monday eve. Owing to the oppressive weather the session was a Short one. The following members were present Deobler Orth Swarts Pursel Fischer Heiss Marks Cole Burns and Shultz. The principal business on hand was the awarding of the contracts for the cleaning of the several school buildings of the Borough. Of taking up the subject it was found that there was no bidder for the cleaning of the second Ward building Aud the matter was left in the hands of the directors of that Ward who will cast about to find some one who is willing to do the work. Contracts for cleaning Tho other Ward buildings were awarded As follows first Ward building mrs. Ella Kauffman $40.00. Third Ward building mrs. Caroline Halderman $24.50. Fourth Ward building mrs. Amelia Davis $22.50. There was Only one bid for cleaning the Welsh Hill school House which Tho school Board considered too High. The cleaning of this bin ling was left in the hands of the fourth Ward directors. On motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that the Borough sewer be extend id to the second Ward school building. On motion of or. Burns it was ordered that flush closets to installed in the second Ward school building. It was ordered also that bids for the same be invited to to in by next meeting night. Mrs. Kate mans Jones appeared before the school Board in tin interest of Spring water from the Maas farm which she desires to Supply to Tho pub lie schools. Tho matter was discussed by mrs. Jones and several members of the Hoard after which it was referred to the committee on Seppli it s. The following Bills were approved for payment u. S. Express co l 00 Emery Shultz. 2.40 m8.00 j. H. Woodside. 2.00 c. L. Eggert. 7.50 Peoples Coal yard.849.05 c. A. Voris com. 7.05 George Byers. 22.28 John Albeck. D. C. Williams. 7.20 8.74teacher elected making waste places Beautiful the triangular plot of ground opposite the residence of Rev. J. B. Grier Aud bounded by Walnut Street Bloom Street Aud the driveway formerly occupied by the old Scales which has Ueen enclosed with a hedge Aud planted with Flowers is a forcible illustration of what May be done by individuals to transform homely and waste places into veritable Beauty spots. Until the citizens living near the triangular spot in question took the matter in hand it was always an eyesore in the Center of what is an attractive part of town being a sort of a dumping ground and treated As commons usually Are. The Fine Trees wit i their Shade make the spot inviting Aud All that was needed was a Little care and attention gratuitously bestowed to make the plot what it is today. The real lesson conveyed is that the Public As a body respect such efforts Aud avoid trespass ing nearly As much As though the spot were private property. How Many other spots there Are about town that might be cleaned up by the citizens sodded and planted with Flowers. What possibilities for picturesque effect the entire River front affords if instead of being made a dumping ground for trash it were properly Laid out and Planteo with Flowers and shrubbery. Up to the present it is True those owning property nearby have had but Little encouragement to fix up Tho liver front owing to the dumping of trash Over the Bank often done without the knowledge of the authorities. Sentiment has changed however and the Public is hardly in a mood to tolerate longer practices that might have been connived at in Tho is logical to conclude that our citizens will Wake up Aud that in the years to come the River front will to the most inviting part of town. The wonderful transformation wrought at memorial Park in the Brief period of a year or so demonstrates that the citizens of Danville along wit i their Enterprise Are not Blind to the Beautiful in nature and art.9 mrs. E. W. Young has been elected teacher of the intermediate school to be opened in the joint school District of the South Side. An agree Cut Lias been reached Between Tho joint school Board and the trustees of the p. A a. S of a., Ami agreeably with the plans therefore the additional school will be Oigt ened in the Hall of the latter order a the school term will begin of tuesday september 6th, immediately following labor Day. Mrs. Young who will Teacle the intermediate school is a very successful teacher Aud for some years past Lias had charge of Tho primary school on the South Side. Her promotion leaves a vacancy in the primary school of Riverside where she taught last year. Riverside Borough will not elect its teachers until the first meeting in be buried Here Josephine Louise the ten Mouths Ohl daughter of or. Aud mrs. John ii. Vastine of Shamokin departed this life at 8 of clock yesterday morning following an attack of whooping cough. Or. Vastine is a Sou of or. Aud mrs. Amos Vastine West Market Street Aud was formerly a resident of this place. Tho deceased child will be brought to Danville for burial. The funeral will be held Friday the body arriving on the 2 24 Pennsylvania train. Inter meet will be made in Odd Fellows last rites the funeral of mrs. Henry Divel took place from Tho family residence Church Street yesterday afternoon and was largely attended. The services were conducted by the Rev. J. H. Musselman pastor of Pine Street lutheran Church. The pall hearers were w. Fred Jacobs Sam a. Mccoy. Frank o. Slioch e. S. Miller George a Frey and Samuel Werkheiser. The following persons from out of town attended the funeral or. Aud mrs. G. W. Reading mrs. S. G. Johnson of Roswell a. M. A or. Aud mrs. Philip flecked Stein Aud Sou Jay or. And mrs. John Beck. Or. And mrs. Jacob Divel Aud Gray Dou Moyer of Milton mrs. Robert Mills of lock Haven mrs. John Henne and mrs. John Heim of Williamsport Henry Yocum and wife Eugene Straus Ner miss Harriet Brown mrs. Joseph Rearick of Lewisburg mrs. Dougherty mrs. Challes Yocum John Ranck mrs. Hendershott of White Deer or. And mrs. Henry Rise of Kelly x roads or. And mrs. George Brown of Mazeppa or. Aud mrs. William Cli Risman of Bloomsburg Charles Reice of Orangeville Hon. John g. Mchenry of at Large continued on 2nd Page. Moonlight party. The following party of Young people from this City and the South Side enjoyed a Moonlight Hack ride to Tho Homo of Raymond Anderson of tuesday evening misses Margarct Curry Nora Unger Kate Yeager Josephine Hummer Nellie Curry Thursa Bay Ham Pearl Chambers Cora Wilson Jean Elliott of Shenandoah messes. Guy Hoke Bob Mccoy Howard Morrison John Boettinger Harry Dailey Elmer Wagner Jasper Stetler Charles Scruff of Elliott Bird Clarence Herman win. Breiter Haugli John Deeter Ray Anderson Lester Kii Ubel. Sustained painful injury. Lion. L. W. Welliver of Exchange met with a painful Accident tuesday evening when a chair on which he was sitting collapsed. In falling judge welliver crushed the two outside fingers on one of his hands. After being helped into the House or. Welliver fainted from the pain. Or. Gordner of Jerseytown happened to be in Exchange when the Accident occurred and dressed the injury. The Coal Black steer belonging to h. G. Wagner proprietor of City Hall meat Market which escaped just As he was to be slaughtered thursday evening is still at Large notwithstanding that searching parties Are the most of Tho Timo of his Trail. Of monday or. Wagner heard that Tho steer was seen of Montour Ridge Down along the River sunday but nothing tangible has grown out of the Rumor. The owner has Hopes that he shall yet recover the steer Tho value of which at the present Price of beef represents a considerable item. Meanwhile it is hoped that Tho stray animal May find plenty to cat out on the Mountain otherwise he May lose very much in wreck the worst sea slip in the history of the Susquehanna. Bloomsburg amp Berwick Railroad which crosses the Northern end of Montour county and the Only passenger wreck the Road has Ever had occurred tuesday morning at 11 80 of clock when the East bound train was ditched Between Mordansville and Eye Grove. The trouble was caused by a broken Brake beam on a cattle car that was being hauled on the rear of the train. This car full of cattle landed on its top in the ditch and the passenger coach next ahead fell on its Side nine of the seventeen passengers receiving More or less severe injuries. The car which caused the trouble was a new York Central cattle car which left Tho shops on july 10th, 1910. It was filled with cattle consigned to the Berwick store company at Berwick. The train is known As passenger no. 2, due at Berwick at 12 80 and was running live minutes late making about 80 Miles an hour when the Accident happened. The cattle car on the rear left the tracks on a Sharp curve at Hawks Bridge a half mile below Eyer Grove. The momentum of the train carried the car a Hundred Yards before it turned a Complete somersault and lauded of its top in the ditch. In the passenger coach ahead were 17 passengers Many of whom were of their Way to attend Tho funeral of mrs. To. W. Bruner at Bloomsburg. This ear was polled from the tracks Aud fell on its Side in Tho ditch hurling the of j cup auts to the lower Side. The combination baggage Aud mail car the Only other one on the train remained partly on the track with its rear end in the ditch. The tender was partly off the rails and the locomotives weight held it on tie track. The Only Means of exit from the passenger coach after Tho Accident was the rear door and the passengers whose injuries had not incapacitated Thorn rushed for this opening. The injured were mrs. Lewis he Deus of pipe Summit right Arm broken Between the shoulder and Elbow. Mrs. Engene Lyons of Luzerne Hack Aud hip sprained. Harry w. Hartley of Harrisburg formerly of Bloomsburg wrist sprained and Finger badly Cut. John Gardner of Unityville contusions of the Chest. Mrs. John Gardner right wrist sprained. Miss Clara eve up of Millville Back Cut Ami sprained. Mrs. B. S. Gardner of Buffalo new York wounds and lacerations. Eugene Lamb of Luzerne hip Aud Back badly bruised. Vernon Miller conductor of Berwick hand badly Cut and confused wounds of the head. All the passengers were Able to leave the car unaided except miss Eves Aud mrs. He Deus the former being pinned under a seat. The conductor aided these women out of the wreck. The passenger car was badly wrecked. Every window of the lower Side was broken but not a pane of Glass on the upper Side suffered. Tho seats were All wrenched Loose but curiously the lamps in the car even to the shades were intact. The cattle in the car that caused the wreck of course landed of their Heads when the car overturned but with the exception of a few broken horns not a one was injured. They succeeded in breaking open the door Aud gaining their Freedom but were later Cor rated in a nearby pasture. Several doctors were rushed to the scene and dressed tie injuries. The passengers who were bound for Bloomsburg made the remainder of the trip by Light Deal Here new High school at pottsgrove. Tho contract for the erection of the new High school building of Tho East Chillisquaque school District at pottsgrove was awarded to George w. Keefer of Sudbury when the bids were opened at the office of attorney Edwin Paul last week. The contract Price is $4,850. There were three other bids running up to $5, 500. The new building will be erected on the site of the old one and will be ready for occupancy late this fall according to the terms of the contract. Under modern conditions it is possible to Viive 12,000 three Quarter Inch rivets in ten hours. It Lias been reported in this Section for some Days that the Wilkes Barre Gas amp electric Light company is to take Over All the smaller companies in Luzerne Ami adjoining counties. With that object in View $7,000,000 will to borrowed to finance Tho undertaking. The Pittson West Side Aud Hazleton companies Are included in the Deal. The company at Hama boy City will also surrender its Gas franchise but hold of to its electric Light Plant it is said. It is said by combining All Tho companies operating expenses can be reduced. It is announced that there will be no increase in the Price of Light but rather a reduction in some places. As far As the Columbia Power Light Ami railways company is concerned there is absolutely nothing doing. B. O. Ellis of Bloomsburg general manager for the company yesterday stated that it had nothing to do with his company no overtures having been big sewer the second Ward sewer Extension which was begun last april and for a time was much delayed by a Deposit of Quicksand is at last on the Home stretch having wound its course around from the d. L. Amp w. Station to Beaver Street thence to East Market Street where one Branch extends eastward and the other of which work was in Progress yesterday Westward As far As Railroad Street. At the latter Point work has been abandoned for the present Tho workmen about a dozen in number being transferred to the big sewer for surface water which will have to be completed before that Section of East Market Street is paved. The completion of the second Ward Extension carries the sewer into a very Large area of town that heretofore has not had the Benefit of a sewer. The demand for sewer Extension along with the demand for modern conveniences in the household which is implied was never More apparent than at present. Along with a number of dwellings the second Ward school building will at once connect with the new sewer Extension installing a mod Ern lavatory system similar to the one doing service in the fourth Ward. Beyond the Corner of East Market and Railroad streets where the work was dropped yesterday the sewer will to carried southward to front Street thence Westward to Iron Street along that thoroughfare northward to an Alley Midway Between front Aud East Market streets which it will follow Westward draining All the dwellings of the South Side of East Market Street. All the properties on the North Side of Tho latter Street will be drained into a sewer soon to be carried eastward on Mahoning Street from the Alley at opera House Block where the Extension built last year ends. The completion of the second Ward sewer Extension beyond the Point reached at present will in no Way interfere with the improvement on foot on East Market Street which explains Why the men were taken off the Job yesterday and put to work on the surface sewer. The latter is going to prove a pretty big proposition. As far Hack As any one can remember Tho surface water on East Market Street drained into the canal. The reconstruction of the latter Street makes it necessary to carry off in pipes underground water which heretofore drained Over the surface. The volume of v Ater to provide for is enormous nothing less than a two foot Terra Cotta pipe being adequate the big underground Drain will begin at a Point opposite the Yard of the Danville foundry Aud machine company extending eastward to the Alley at Cooke a court which it will follow to the canal. Ground for Tho surface sewer was broken near the canal yesterday. The pipe an enormous Quantity is already on the ground. The digging where the work was in Progress yesterday was not deep but at certain Points the excavation will have to be carried to a depth of nine feet or Scarlet the article appearing in these columns tuesday which set Forth a plan then on foot to make James Scarlet the nominee for governor on the third party ticket to be formed at Philadelphia today aroused a great Deal of interest throughout this Section especially in Danville the Home of or. Scarlet. The plan however to make or. Scarlet the nominee for governor Bias fallen through. Or. Scarlet was interviewed in this City of his return Home from Harrisburg last evening and he was most emphatic in the declaration that he could not be induced to accept the nomination for governor. He explained that his professional engagements in the state cases As Well As in the United states government work absolutely forbid his candidacy or his entering the Field of politics for any office. In answer to inquiries from the Philadelphia press evening bulletin North american Aud other papers As to whether he would accept a nomination for governor if it were unanimously tendered him by the third party convention or. Scarlet wired that he was not a candidate for the office and could not accept it if tendered him. It is an open secret that or. Scarlet prior to the Republican state convention was approx cited by prominent leaders of that party who begged that he permit them to use his name in connection with the nomination for j governor. There is not the Shadow of a doubt that had or. Scarlet aspired to the governorship he would not have lacked support but would Havo had a powerful following attesting to his Persou Ai popularity Aud the High esteem in which his services to the state Are work woman fights Snake irs. Johnson wife of the proprietor of the cafe at the terminus of the weigh Scales trolley line had a thrilling Battle with a huge Black Snake monday morning while enjoying a pleasure Jaunt along the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks near Tharptown. Mrs. Jobson had left her Home at Tharp town to walk to her husbands place of business. As she stepped of to the path along the Railroad a big Black Snake leaped at her and in n few minutes the woman was struggling desperately with the reptile at tire same time screaming for help. Several men responded to mrs. Jobson a cries Aud with clubs succeeded in diverting the snakes attention from the woman Aud in finally killing it. The Snake measured five feet seven inches in length Ami was four inches in circumference. Mrs. Jobson other than being badly frightened was nor any the worse As the result of her Battle with the sprinkling the baby schanoes of life Are improving the world Over. The water works Are very heavily taxed these mid summer Days to furnish All the water needed for sprinkling streets lawns Aud gardens. Especially at the present time when a drought is prevailing Tho Quantity of water used is much in excess of what is required at other seasons. In spite of lavish sprinkling Many of the lawns about town present a Brown appearance the Sod apparently being dead. Why this should occur if the sprinkling be done at the proper time it is hard to Tell. Obviously Tipiere is nothing like the pure rain from heaven to refresh drooping vegetation. Nearly every Day brings indications of rain but the signs All fail and the drought continues. In conversation with a news reporter yesterday superintendent of the water works p. J. Keefer adverted to the fact that lie has be eur subjected to Adverse criticism for his practice of selecting sunday As a time for installing fire plugs Aud making other repairs that necessitates shutting off tie water from a portion of town. To explained that if persons would Stop to consider they would see the Wisdom of his course. A shutting off of the water he says always leaves the portion of town affected without facilities for fighting fire. When the Industrial plants Are in operation a tire is More Likely to occur than when they Aro Idle. Logically therefore sunday is the time when danger from fire is reduced to a minimum. Or. Keefer Points to the fact that had the water been shut off of East Market Street tuesday As it was of sunday afternoon when repairs were made the lire which broke out at the structural tubing works would have swept the whole Plant. Or. Keefer says he would much rather make repairs on week Days and he Hopes to make it Clear that in doing Sulci work on sunday he is influenced solely by a desire to prevent loss from fire.12th regiment team it. Gretna july 27. The Junior Rifle team of the twelfth regiment won the Wiggens rapid fire trophy this morning. They had a total of 172 Points which is an average of 43 for each of the four men out of a possible 50. This is excellent shooting being a remarkably High score equal to that of the senior teams. By this match the twelfths wins three out of four trophies which is a record score. As the senior team of the twelfth has of it More experienced marksmen than the Junior team the two teams having been chosen in the competitions at the san Niy matches the prospects Are Bright for the twelfths carrying off All the honors of the matches at or. paralysis infantile paralysis has been reported to the state department of health from four counties the last place to be heard from being of Olumba Borough. The health authorities will make an investigation at Columbia Aud Shenandoah. Tuesday night a Case of the disease was reported from Pottsville. State inspectors will make an inquiry. William Hess Sou of commissioner and mrs. J. A. Hess of Bloomsburg was a victim of the disease last fall his left Eye having been affected but he recovered. A Young son of or. And mrs. Bryon Cox also of Bloomsburg died of the disease a few weeks ago. Weather variations have a marked influence on the efficiency of electrical wires
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