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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 9, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaI Cai. Huh s. Penn a. R. R. West. 9.00 a. M. 12.10 p. M. 4.2� 44 8.17 44 i. Ast. 7.02 a. M. ,0.20 i 24 p. M. 5.55 4 <1.20 a. M. East. 7.05 a. M. .0.19 4 i 11 p. M. 5 47 4 7.05 a. M. 6.47 p. M. Sundays. 8.10 p. M. D. L. Amp w. R. R. Sundays. West. 9.07 a. M. 12.51 p. M. 4.83 a a 9.10 a a 12.51 p. A 9.10 a a Phila. Amp Reading r. R. North. South. 7.53 . 11.23 . 3.50 p. M. 685 p. M. Bloom Street. 7.58 a. M. 11.21 a. M. 8.58 p. M. 0.38 p. M. The grand jury has taken cognizance of tie Slippery condition of the driveway of the Bridge and in its to port has made a recommendation which will pro Ahly be carried out at As Early a Date As possible. In making the usual tour of the Public buildings �&o.,the grand jurors examined the River Bridge Aud state that they found it in Good repair. The Slippery condition of the paving blocks in time of rain however which has already caused the loss of a couple of horses they consider a nuisance which should to abated if possible. The grand jury recommends that a Section of the driveway be covered with Asphaltum As an Experiment Aud that if the Asphaltum can not be applied to the wooden blocks then a Section of the paving be removed Aud on that part a floor of Asphaltum be Laid. A contractor practical Bridge builder at present in Danville tuesday stated that in his opinion it might be Well Worth while to try the Experiment As during seasons when there is no freezing horses Are not Apt to slip on Asphaltum. During the Winter when horses Are shod rough the danger of falling is reduced to a minimum no matter what kind of paving is employed. Relating to the retaining Wall West of the approach to the River Bridge the grand jurors also went on record in imperative Aud pointed terms not Only recommending hut a a urging that the commissioners build the county a share of the retaining Wall Between the abutment of the Bridge Aud the Wall already built. The grand jurors report that they find the Public buildings in Good condition. They recon Moud that electric tights be installed in the jail and that the building be painted on the outside. They in commend also that the sheriffs office in the court House be papered. This is certain the proof that Danville Reader. Cannot deny. What could furnish stronger evidence of the efficiency of any remedy than the test of time thousands of people testify that Doans kidney pills cure permanently. Home endorsement should prove undoubtedly the Merit of this remedy. Years ago your friends and neighbors testified to the Relief they had derived from the use of Doans kidney pills. They now confirm their testimonials. They Sav time has completed the test. To. A Swarts 211 Church Street Danville. Pa., says a several years ago 1 was caused much suffering by pains in my Back anti kidneys Aud often there was a lameness and soreness across my loins. Nothing gave me much Relief until 1 took Doans kidney pills procured from Hunts drug store. They restored my kidneys to a Normal condition and Atter this was done the pains and aches then when my Back has bothered me i have taken Doans kidney pills and Liev have always helped me at for Sale by All dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn co. Buffalo now York sole agents for tie United states. Remember the a Arne Doans so and take no other. Anti dog ordinance things have livened up in Shutiok in since the anti dog Ordina Uco West into effect monday. It this that the Borough Council Aud the a civic club Laid out lawns and Flower Beds and urged the Public to follow their example and at the same time utilize their Back Yards for gardens. Now the town is overrun with canines and Flower Beds now Lawus Ami Garden plots were run Over dug up and made a grave Yard for Bones by dogs innumerable. So the Council in response to Public claim passed an ordinance stating that any dog Chicken or other creature running at Large on the streets shall he impounded for five Days and if not reclaimed and a Fine paid by the owner shall to shot the u. S. Government in its a a pure food Law does not a a in Dorset or a a guarantee any preparation As some manufacturers in their advertisements would make it appear. In the Case of medicines the Law provides that certain drugs shall be mentioned on the labels if they Are ingredients of the preparations. Ely scream Balm the Well known family remedy for cold in the head Hay fever and nasal Catarrh does no to contain a single injurious drug so the makers have simply to print the fact that it complies fully with All the requirements of the Law. Master makes favourable report hauling Stone on state a number of the citizens of Montour county have associated themselves together for the purpose of organizing an association for the Protection of Ash Aud game in the county of Montour. Being desirous of being incorporated at the present term of court they have set Forth Aud certified to their objects Aud purposes according to the act of april 1, 1874. The name of the corporation shall to a the Montour county fish and game protective association. A among the members Are the following Simon k. Hoffman or. Cameron Shultz Harry pile Thomas g. Vincent Joseph Sheppard Samuel c. Rubinan Theodore Hoffman a. E. Seidel Janies Ryan Aud Daniel Frazier. The number of directors it is proposed shall to five those chosen for the first year Are As follows s. K. Hoffman a. E. Seidel Theodore Hoffman Samuel c. Rembau Aud James Ryan. The corporation has no capital Stock. Fees for membership Aud annual a Loes from members shall be assessed As the corporation by its by Laws May determine. The yearly income of Tho association shall not exceed Tho sumo of five thousand dollars. Ralph Kistnor the master appointed by the court reports that the provisions of the act have been fully complied with Aud that from All Tho evidence he is satisfied that the granting of the charter would be for the Best interest of the organization Ami of great Benefit to the Community. He who Hobnob with Crooks soon gains a suspicious rep Taion. Incident closed the Satterthwait surface incident is closed. Surface showed Lack of prudent carefulness hut he did no to do any intentional wrong. In Brief such Are the findings of Secretary Ritchfield to the charges made by former assistant state economic zoologist Satterthwait against his chief h. A. Surface that the latter used state moneys in running his experimental farm and used state employees to do the work it being his private farm. The findings Are As follows a it is apparent from the testimony that in directing his work the accused was not As discreet As lie should have been in order to avoid the censure so Likely to fall Pou a Public officer charged with the expenditure of Public funds but in extenuation of any want of discretion shown it must be said that be is to a remarkable degree an enthusiast in his special Lino of Ork and As such would naturally be disposed to devote much More thought to Tho results he sought to achieve than to what might be said of the methods he governor Start was seen after the findings were made Public Ami said to had read them and they met with his approval although it was not necessary for him to take any action on them. Later when the governor was asked if he would do anything to surface the governor said he would not. The state he said would establish its own experimental farm now since surfaces work on his own farm had been concluded by Bis return of the machinery that belonged to the state. Shot two bears Joseph Nilly and Robert Berry two term hands employed on the farm of Joseph Ney in lower Paxton township Dauphin county sighted two full grown Black bears yesterday in the act of killing a pair of calves on the Mountain Side at the Edge of the farm on which they were working. Securing a Brace of guns the men gave Chase Aud after a Short sprint came within gunshot of the bears Aud killed both of them. The hears came Down the Mountain Side from a immense Cave in which they had been living. Both of them were full grown and As Lia Udomo specimens As any Ever caught in that Section of the country. The boar at Manada rap was first seen in the afternoon of june l about 5 of clock when it came out of the Woods on the East Sido of Earley a Mill dam crossed Tho Stream Shook thu water out of his fur in the Road which skirts the run making quite a Muddy spot and took to the Hill travelling in the direction of Pike the Montour county court monday took cognizance of a method of repairing Public roads that is much exec rat de by the general travelling Public although it finds favor with township supervisors Aud is pretty generally practice in this part of the state. Allusion As had to the method of dumping Large stones from the Field or Quarry on the Public highways instead of using broken or crushed Stone. Mon Day was Tho first that this particular cause for complaint was acted upon by the Montour county court. The matter was introduced by w. J. Baldy after the constables bad presented their returns. He complained of a state Road in Derry township leading to Washingtonville North Aud South where he alleged Large stones from the Quarry have been dumped in the Road promiscuously a Large number standing on end where the Sharp edges on Tho upper Side injure horses feet Aud puncture automobile tires. Speaking for himself he said he had been obliged to go several Miles around in driving from Danville to his farms in Limestone township. Or. Baldy explained that he had expected the Constable from Derry township to report the Road especially As it had lain in that condition for at least a couple of weeks. When the Constable reported the roads in Derry township As Good to decided to bring the matter before court himself. Judge Evans at once took up the matter calling the Constable of Derry township before him. The latter Wesley Hollo Baugh acknowledged that the conditions were truly described by or. Balv but that he had understood that the practice of hauling Stone in the Road was permissible also that it had been represented to him that the Stone were to be covered with dirt. Judge Evans informed the Constable that lie considered him derelict in not reporting the Road which he considered an example of wilful neglect. The District attorney was notified to Call the attention of the supervisors to conditions at the Points complained of at once. If the roads Are not put in Good condition forthwith proceedings Are to be started. Judge Evans declared that if supervisors who maintain had roads were indicted in his opinion they would be convicted. Worlds sixth s. S. Driving Accident Noah stump a Farmer from Oak Grove Liberty township was painfully Hurt monday when he was thrown from a buggy on East front Street this City. Or. Stump attempted to drive Between two wagons on front Street when the wheel of his buggy caught on one of the wagons. The Shock broke one of the traces Ami the horse a powerful animal going Alstead or. Stump was pulled out Over the dash Board. Or. Stump was rendered nearly unconscious by the fall and suffered severe pain from a Bruise on Bis hip. No Bones were broken. The horse did not run away. Or. Stump was removed to the Home of a daughter in this City. An interesting report of the worlds sixth sunday school convention recently held in Washington a. C., was Given in both the Pine Street lutheran Huoh and they. M. O. A., of sunday by evangelist we. D. Lau matter who attended the convention As a Delegate Ron Danville. Edwin Moore Sang a gospel Solo at Tho y. M. O. A. Meeting in the afternoon. In 1904, or. Lancaster was a Delegate to the convention held in Jerusalem and it will be rom cambered by Many readers of the american that be contributed a number of interesting articles to the paper descriptive of his journey with incidents and impressions be experienced in the various countries visited. He also delivered a number of addresses in the y. M. A on successive sunday afternoons after his return Home which wore greatly appreciated. In his report of Tho Washington convention. Or. Laumaster practically covered every department of work represented a so far As it was possible in a Short space of time. Beginning with Tho opening meeting he told of the great crowds of people present Aud How that not Only the Large convention Hall but three or four Large churches were open almost constantly to accommodate the crowds. He told about the chief speakers Aud gave extracts from the addresses of president Taft Rev. F. B. Meyer of England Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman Rev. S. Parkes Cadeau Robt. E. Speer Aud others. He also gave an a of out of the sunday school and missionary exhibit of the enthusiasm at the meetings Aud the wonderful singing of the 10,000 voices in convention Hall. Tho Parade composed of men who Woro members of Bible classes from All parts of the world numbering fully 7000,he regarded As one of the chief features of Tho convention and was an object lesson that will not soon be forgotten. Congress was adjourned to give members an Opportunity to participate in the Parade or be onlookers. A number of striking incidents and Many interesting experiences Wei also related together with a description of convention Hall Tho method used to seat the people the make up of the choir the foreign missionaries and delegates Aud the splendid impression the convention made. The report was listened to with great interest and was highly appreciated by All who heard it. Bloom won Ray for continued from 1st Page. The conservation of nature s resources a applies As Well to our physical Hisato As to material things. O. J. Budlong Washington r. A realized his condition and took warning before it was too late. He says a i suffered severely from kidney trouble the disease being hereditary in our family. I have taken four hotties of Foley a kidney remedy and now consider myself thoroughly cured. This should be a warning to All not to neglect taking Foley a kidney remedy until it is too for Sale by Paules amp pharmacy. Thrown out of a grounder. Now keep your Eye on that break. The eighth. Veith dropped a clean hit into Center. Mackert sent a Texas league re into right Aud Kelly was hit by a pitched Ball. Cushions loaded and nobody out. Rowe struck out. Buck got first of Hines error of a grounder Aud scored Veith. Then with the bases again full Livengood sent a foul Fly into the bands of Edgar and nipple drove one to Mitchell. Even in the ninth Veith and Mackert both singled hut were left on base. All of Bloomsburg a scoring was done in the first four innings. In the last four times that batted they did not have a look in. Of course they did no to need it. Mitchell opened the first with a base on balls Aud was sacrificed Down by mailing. Hag chuch made the second out. Rhodomoyer a topped one Back of third base which should have been caught but which went for a hit scoring Michell before Shatto made the third out. Ill the second they made one More after waiting to begin until two wore out. Edgar s Long drive into Center was Good for two bases and was converted into a tally when it was followed by Hines slashing drive that Cut Tho third bag. Edging for a Stampede Bloomsburg got it in the third. With one Down Hagenbuch got his base when Buck threw Low to first. Rhodomoyer also got his base when Mitchell misjudged his Fly into left Aud Hagenbuch scored. Shatto struck out but splain evened Ali bugs by getting a base on balls. Stettin shit into left scored Rhodomoyer Aud splain before Edgar went Down. Here Peck relieved Brennen in the Box Aud Mackert West to left. But with the smell of blood in their noses the Bloomi Shurger were not to be stopped Quick. Ilium first up in the fourth slammed out a two Bagger to the neuter Field Feuce. Mitchell hit clean to right Aud molding got a base on balls. Bases full Aud roue out. Hagenbuch sent a pop foul into Kelly Smit. Nipples error of Rhodomoyer a grounder scored Hino. Shattow a Bast on Halls forced Mitchell Over the pan. The Side was then retired without further damage leaving three on base. After that was Over Rowe had things Well in baud. Only one More hit and one More base on bails gave Bloomsburg no Chance to score. The score a Danville. The teachers death of mrs. Grove mrs. Henry f. Grove a Well known and highly esteemed woman died at the family residence Spruce Street at two of clock monday morning follow Trio deceased was subject to attacks of acute indigestion and had been in unexpected death Bernard Murphy an old Aud highly esteemed resident of the fourth Ward died at his Home Centre Street at 8 30 of clock saturday night aged about 70 years his death aug a three weeks illness. Mrs. Grove is survived by her bus of Oblo health for some t band and six sous hurry of Sunbury however was unexpected. William Aud 1 Rauk of Berwick David i to was a native of Ireland Eui grat Benjamin and George of Danville also j la t0 tvs country when still a Young one daughter. Mrs. E., of urn he was a resident of Danville Sunbury. She is also survived by on Alt. K. 11 o. A. E. Umlauf is. 2 2 1 1 0 0 Livengood 2b 4 0 1 3 3 1 nipple la. .4 1 1 b 0 1 Wagner of. .5 0 1 2 0 0 hag of. 4 0 1 1 0 0 Veith 31�. .5 1 3 0 2 0 Mackert if. .2 0 o 3 0 0 Cook if. 1 0 0 0 0 1 Kelly a. .4 0 0 7 0 0 Rowe a. .3 0 0 0 i 0 Branden p. .1 0 1 0 i 0 totals.85 4 11 Bloomsburg 24 7 a. R. H o. A. E Mitchell if. 4 2 1 3 0 0 Mehling. Is 2 0 1 1 1 0 Hagenbuch 3b .5 1 0 3 0 0 Rhodomoyer b 4 1 1 8 0 0 Shatto if. 3 0 it 0 1 0 splain 2b. 3 1 0 a a 0 Staffin of. 3 0 1 a 0 0 Edgar Ltd. .4 1 1 10 4 0 hire p. 4 1 2 0 4 1 totals. .32 7 7 27 12 i l Banville. 20 0 0 0 0 i 1 0 i Bloomsburg 1 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 x �?7 earned runs Bloomsburg 1. T Eft on brother Samuel b. Evans of Milton Aud three Sisters miss Rachel Evans of Philadelphia mrs. William Sarha of Williamsport Aud mrs. Thomas Killiam of Sunbury. The deceased was aged 58 years 3 months and 9 Days. Along with her husband Sho was a charter member of Trinity methodist episcopal Church. For Over forty years. A widow sur Vivas along with three sons John of Carlisle Aud Bernard and William of Danville Aud three daughters sister Bernini of the Convent of mercy Pittsburg and miss Julia Aud mrs. John Dalton of this City. Bloom Here today this afternoon at 3 15 of clock at athletic Park Bloomsburg will Endeavor to wrest another Victory from tin Danville Victory Trust and somebody a going to be disappointed. The Romsburg too i Aud things i Foley a kidney remedy May be Given to children with admirable results j it does away with bed wetting and is also recommended for use after measles and Scarlet fever. For Sale by Paules amp co. Is pharmacy. New dwelling. S. F. Ricketts has broken ground for a dwelling on the North Side of j Bloom Street at the magi 11 farm. The building will to of Frame. Glad to recommend them. Or. E. Weakley,Kokomo,ind., says a after taking Foley a kidney pills the severe headache left me my kidneys became stronger the secretions natural and my bladder no longer pained to. I am glad to recommend Foley kidney pills. A a in a yellow package. For Sale by Paules a co. Is pharmacy. Condition improved. Tho condition of p. Ii. Mccaffrey Cherry Street who was seriously injured in a fall it the Reading Iron works about ten weeks ago was somewhat improved yesterday. Miss Florence Trumbower and guest miss Alice Hoyle returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit with or. And mrs. H. E. Trumbower East Market Street. Local boys Are feeling least and fail to see Chance of losing. By seems lather confident Promise to hum. Manager Huffman will work Rowe and Kelly in the Points. Mine of course will do the twirling for the visitors. In communication with president Mccollum last evening it was Harned that Walsh of Wilkes Barre will look after the game today. Walsh is new in Susquehanna league circles hut has Hud considerable experience As an Umpire in the Connecticut state league. The fans of both teams Are working their hugs overtime in anticipation of the fray Aud the crowd will Likely be one of the largest of the season. Bloomsburg will carry along some hundreds of dyed in the Wool Pai or City ites to help things along Aud Danville will possibly do some Yelling some. Anyway it will be a game to Ponder Over. Artery severed one of the big Greys belonging to Tho six horse team owned by Robbins circus was almost fatally in juiced while the show was exhibiting on the South Side Friday. When discovered the horse was standing alone on his Throat was a had Gash apparently inflicted with a knife from which Tho blood poured in base Danville 18, Bloomsburg s. Two base hits nipple Edgar hire 2. Sacrifice hits Livengood Mehling. J stolen bases Umlauf. Nipple. Wagner 2, splain Mitchell. Struck out by Braunn 1, in three innings by Rowe 4 ill six innings by Hino 7. Bases on balls off Brannu 3, off Rowe 3, off hire 4. Hit by pitched Hall Umlauf nipple. Wagner. Passed balls a Kelly Edgar. Umpire j Sweeney. Lit to say to any possible a it daily a Troy veterinarian j. O. Reed of this City was called who ligature Tho artery which had been severed and thus stopped the Haemorrhage. At last accounts the horse was Likely to recover. How the injury was inflicted no one seemed to know. It was thought among the circus people however that some one connected with the show had committed the brutal act. In services wore v. Father Mentado in a. Jos it of town who were or. And deeded property to god. Up in Laport the county seat of Sullivan county a strange deed has been unearthed in the office of the recorder. It is for a property in the Village of Velestia Aud it is deeded to almighty god by Peter e. Armstrong and wife. The property contained four Square Miles. President of convention. John g. Waite will leave today for rending where he will attend the exemplification of the new ritual of Tho f. O. E. Of monday he will leave for Shenandoah where he will act As president of Tho six county firemen a convention Ilis Headquarters will be at the Ferguson House while in Shenandoah. Civil War Veteran the funeral of Bernard Murphy took place from St. Joseph s Catholic Church at 9 of clock yesterday morning Aud was largely attended. The pall bearers were three sons John William and Bernard Murphy and three grandsons Michael James and John Dalton. To conducted by the r Cabin. Luter nut a Eph a cemetery. Among those from. Attended the funeral mrs. John Murphy of Carlisle John Dillon of Park place and sister Bernini Aud sister fides of Tho Convent of mercy Murphy was a Veteran of the civil War being a member of the fiftieth Volunteer Engineer corps of new York state. Advanced to lieutenant. Former lieutenant Charles g. Met Tler located at the proving grounds at Sandy Hook has been advanced to a captaincy. Captain Mettler who is a son of Philip Mettler of the South Side is at present off duty of a h ave of absence owing to ill health. Examining Limestone. E. O. Ulrich Charles schulkers Edwin Kirk of Washington i. C., representatives of the United states geological Survey were in this City yesterday. The object of their visit was to examine several strata of Limestone in this immediate Vicinity. Thinking carbolic acid was Jamaica Ginger Lottie Williams aged 27, a Domestic at a Kittanning hotel took Homo for cramps and died. Gibson Wertman. James a. Gibson and mrs. Ida Mary Wertman both of this City were married Friday evening at the parsonage of Trinity methodist episcopal Church by Rev. Charles Cameron suavely. Takes position at Detroit. Clarence Cromwell of this City left last week for Detroit Michigan where to has been placed in charge of Aview Branch office opened by shinier amp co., 1 of Milton. County superintendent c. W. Derr has announced the dates Aud places for holding the teachers examinations throughout Montour county. They will take place during the month of july. A fair proportion of the teachers employed in the Rural schools hold Normal school diplomas or permanent certificates but the Day has not As yet arrived when a certain number of teachers capable of doing Good work Are not obliged to rely of provisional certificates which makes it necessary to hold examinations annually. Or. Derr states that some very commendable work is being done in the Rural districts by teachers who take the annual examination hut who at the same time Are progressing Aud in a Short time will be in the diploma or permanent certificate class. Examinations Are announced As Fol j lows july 5th�?Hill school Mayberry township. July 0th�?oak Grove Liberty town ship. A july 7th�?blight�?Ts school Mausdale j for Valley and West Hemlock townships. July 8th�?baptist, Exchange for i Anthony township. July 9th�?mechanicsville, for Cooper Aud Mahoning township. July 11th�?strawberry Ridge for Derry township. Of july 12th a special examination for professional certificates will in held at Washingtonville. For this examination none will be eligible but those who have taught three years under county superintendent Derry a superintendence. For professional studies the county superintendent recommends a careful Reading of a common sense Didactics Aud the a evolution of Tho examination will begin at 8 43 i of clock each Day. Patrons and school directors Are urged to be present at the it examinations. Do you get up with a lame Back kidney trouble makes you miserable. Almost everyone knows of or. Kilmer s swamp Root the great kidney liver and bladder remedy because of its remark a Able health restoring v properties. Swamp Root fulfils almost every wish in Over i Fly coining rheumatism a a Iii pain in the Back kid id Neys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or Beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the Day and to get up Many times during the night. Swamp Root is not recommended for everything but if you Lave kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It Baa been thoroughly tested in private practice Aud has proved so successful that a special arrangement has been made by which All readers of this paper who have not already tried it May have a Sample bottle sent free by mail also a Book telling More about swamp Root and Liow to Findo Tif you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention j Reading this generous j offer in this paper and j Send your address to or. Kilmer amp co., Binghamton n. Y. The regular fifty cent and one Dollar size bottles Are sold by All druggists. Done to make any mistake but remember the name swamp Root or. Kilmer s swamp a got and the address Binghamton n. A on every bottle. Gleaned from i miss Wagner taken to Hospital. Miss m. Lizzie Wagner of Exchange 1 Anthony township was sunday Tak on to or. Nutty a Hospital Williamsport and it is feared it will be a eos a sary to undergo a operation. Miss Wagner has been ill for about 10 Days. She was accompanied by or. Nipple of Turbotville Aud or. Derr of Watsontown Aud mrs. L. W. Welliver of Exchange. Miss Wagner is very widely known Aud is the proprietor of a store Aud operates the Rural Telephone Exchange Central at Exchange. Scared into sound health. Or. B. F. Kelley Springfield 111., writes a a a year ago i began to be troubled with my kidneys and bladder which grew worse until i became alarmed at my condition. I suffered also with Dull heavy headaches and the action of my bladder was annoying and painful. I read of Foley a kidney pills and after taking them a few weeks the headaches left me the action of my bladder was again Normal and i was free of All for Sale by Paules amp of. A pharmacy. The Krickbaum Case mrs. Charlotte Bickel of Bloomsburg who charged associate judge William Lyric Baum aged 70, of Columbia county with being the father of her daughter Aud that he later had improper relations with the a Aughtr mrs. Laura Hassenplug will Likely drop the proceedings against the judge the two women and mrs. Hasse plugs Sou have left Bloomsburg and located at Atlantic Oitt. Prior to their departure they sold a valuable flock of chickens owned by the judge and also left empty wine bottles and stale pretzels lying about his residence where they had made their Home. Harry Miller former husband of mrs. Bickel has filed an affidavit in Columbia county courts in which he swears that the charges against judge Lyric Baum Are untrue. The following notes relating to routine work have been gleaned from the court minutes in re estate of John s. Steffeny in uis Tiou held and John s. Steffen was declared a Lunatic. Inquisition approved and Davis m. Stettin is appointed his committee Bond to be Given in the sum of five Hundred dollars. Bond filed and approved same Day. Road in West Hemlock township. Report of viewers filed Width of Road fixed at 83 feet on the level Aud 10>� feet of Side Hill. The same is confirmed Nisi. Estate of Russell h. Fousty return of Sale confirmed Nisi. In re dissolution i. R. Rishel Gaiu allowed. Estate of Mary English dec do report of auditor confirmed i is. Estate of Lano Zimmerman dec do return of Sale confirmed i is. Estate of Irvin Doug pfc dec do return of Sale con firmed. Commonwealth is. John Beyers Bond approved. In re establishment of line Between the Borough of Danville and the township of Mahoning petition filed for to commission to define the line Between the Borough of Dauville and the township of Maho Piug. In to the Montour county fish Aud game protective association. A master appointed recommends that the application be granted and charter approved. Estate of Elizabeth s. Kasey petition of Edwin s. Kase of partition. Inquest awarded returnable to the first Dav of next term. What a summer cold May do. A summer cold if neglected is just As Apt to develop into bronchitis or pneumonia As at any other season. Do not neglect it. Take of Levy a Honey and tar promptly. It loosens the cough soothes and heals Tho inflamed air passages Aud expels Tho cold from the for Sale by Paules amp co.�?T. Pharmacy. Postmaster a salary increased. Among the Pennsylvania postmark is whose salaries will be increased As a result of the annual readjustment is lie postmaster at Sunbury who gets from �3,000 to $2,100 per Salant tie postmaster at Harrisburg is re a a d from $3,700 to $3,000. Deafness cannot be cured. By local applications As they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is Only one Way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the eustachian tube. When this Tula is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out Ami this tube restored to its Normal Eom lotion hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten Are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one Hundred dollars for any Case of deafness caused by Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cun. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo of. Sold by druggists 75c. Take Hall. Family la ills for constipation. At Heddins House. G. Fred Lazarus George Lazarus. Hui i a Hall of Wilkes Barre Aud miss. Laura Alewin and Marne Giles of Hazleton automobile its who were making a run to Harrisburg and Back on saturday stopped in this City and took dinner at the he Deus House. Ran at nor Harry Machamer and James t in the Large inter scat the Bloomsburg n urday afternoon Ami ing 11 Points. Tom Ryan of this tired in the shot throw was Bur Rod of being a High school being strictly for Hij the Danville boys 100 Yard dash Mach second time 11 4- mile run Ricketts minute. 20 gee ends. Mal meet Howard Ricketts his City took part holistic Field meet orinal school sat succeeded in Tak City who had in put and discus a account of not event a schools scored As follows Amor first Kase Quot it seconds two second time 11 miss Myrtle Shipman has returned to Sunbury after a visit with friends j in this City. What everybody ought to know. That Foley kidney la ills contain just the ingredients necessary to tone strengthen and regulate the action of the kidu evs Aud bladder. For Sale by Paules amp co. Is pharmacy. Miss sue m. Shindel having taken Post graduate work at the new England conservatory of music Boston will arrive Home today. For coughs take this do Vou know a remedy for coughs and colds nearly seventy years old there is one Ayers Cherry pectoral. Once in the family it stays. It is not a doctor does not take the place of a doctor. It is a doctors Aid. Made for the treatment of All Throat and lung troubles. Ask your own doctor his opinion of it. Follow his advice. No alcohol in this cough Medicine. A. Ayer Colour Ell mass. You cannot recover promptly if your Bowel arc constipated. Aver s pills Are gently laxative act directly on the liver. Solti for nearly sixty years. Ask it our doctor All about them

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