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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 12, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaA Home paper a for the Homet he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per yeard1�. Irving h. Jennings dentist. Office hours 9 a. M. To 1�?~2 m m Mill / m. To u a. M. Danville. L u cd kill la >1 let. U 425 Mill St., Danville a. I it is Etish a of the Stumph und intestines a specially i it. W. I. Nulk dentist Ornen 21h Mili. Silket. ,.,-Llt str Iuta a without i Iii. A town a us hrs def work a specially equipped with the latest and nut improved iut Ruments and prepared to execute the most Dott Lault . C. H. Reynolds office opposite Boston store Danville a dentistry in All its branches a Hartes moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892lomoseii news. Cool nights. Changeable weather. Flag Day june 14th. Early cherries Are scarce. It was a Lively saturday for Danville. Only four weeks yet until the glorious fourth. There is neither Wisdom nor Economy in allowing decaying rubbish to accumulate in Hack Yards or dangerous premises to go without disinfection now is a Good time for politicians to keep their temper. Done to expect other people to think As you do upon All questions. They have a right to their opinions. The Many friends of councilman m. D. L Sechler will be gratified to learn that he is Able to be about again after his Long siege of illness. June roses Are at their height. These Are the laundry Many a Busy Days. The Cannon Cracker will soon put itself on exhibition. The sunday schools of this City Are already arranging their picnic dates. A trombone and clarinet have been added to the orchestra for the thursday evening lances at Hunters Park making a total of five pieces. Fishermen have joined the anxious ranks in the Hope that rain will fall before Long. The streams Are too Low fur to shrug. Many Danville properties have been repainted and otherwise improved during the past few months and a number Are still undergoing improvements. The Little people who Are freed from what they term the Trya Uny of school Are conjuring up All sorts of schemes in which to while away their Idle hours. A new Board walk has been built in the Yard of w. H. N. Walkers second Ward hotel. The Man who has a Well filled Coal bin now looks into the future with complacency. It begins to look As if this might be one of the years in which Frost occurs every Mouth. F. M. Herrington is having a Hay window put in his residence Oil East Market Street. Wanted school teachers As agents during vacation. Big commission. Columbus Book co., Philadelphia a there is considerable fast driving Over the River Bridge and unless the practice is stopped arrests will be made. Charles h. Dorr of Berwick purchased the printing presses and Type from John Brown and has moved them to Berwick. Summer Days Are coining. June seems to be taking things coolly. Day s length 14 hours and 56 minutes. Home grown strawberries now bold the boards. Quoit pitching is a i popular s it it this Sumiter. The misses Cora and Gertrude Kase will entertain at a luncheon on Friday at their Home in South Danville. June has already developed two cold Waves and now she will probably turn her attention in the other direction. Ice Cream and Strawberry festival at Saint Paul a m. K. Church to night. The mountains look Beautiful at present with the Laurel in full Bloom. The tempest dramatic company tonight. Performance in the tent on tie Green Patch Sag Eburg. Citizens meeting at the court House tonight. If you Are interested in a fourth of july Celebration make an Effort to attend the meeting. Every Effort should be made to end the Coal strike at one. Danville was Well represented at the state capital yesterday. The Danville prohibition Alliance will meet this evening thursday june 12th, at 8 of clock in the y. M. C. A. Building. A full attendance of the membership is expected. New members will be received. A cordial invitation is Given to All interested in Temperance work to a present a this country will never he entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own vol. 47-no 24. Danville 1a. Thursday june 12. 1002. Esta hushed in in a. The Republican county convention met in the court House saturday morning and placed in nomination the following ticket Congress James Foster state senator Thomas j. Price Assembly John e. Roberts District attorney Ralph Kisner county commissioners j. F. Mowrer and Charles w. Cook county auditors John l. Jones and e. V. Flick. W. Ford was chosen Delegate to the state convention with w. 11. Lati Mere As alternate. The convention voted instructions for John p. Elkin for governor by a vote of 22 to 6. There was no mention made of Penny Packer Watres or any other gubernatorial aspirant. A. L. Gouger was re elected chairman of the county committee his vote being 22 to Ltd a for Harry e. Seidel. The convention got Down to business promptly at 10 of clock. John e Roberts of Mahoning township being chosen chairman. The secretaries were f. G. Slioch and s. A. Mccoy of this City. There were no ballots taken until the nominations for county commissioner were reached. The vote was j. F. Mowrer 22 a liar Les w. Cook is Jacob c. Miller id. The name of h. E. Sandel was withdrawn. When the state Delegate matter came up a protest was presented signed by h. E. Seidel and George w. Cromis jr., claiming that the primaries were irregular and that the ballots used were illegal and fraudulent. This was tabled without any comment. Ford was elected As the Delegate by a vote of 21 to 7 for Cromis. After the election of Ford and gouger another protest was filed questioning their right to hold offices to which they had been named. Both papers were presented by James Scarlet Esq. A Brief address was made to the convention by Ralph Kisner who stated that he intended making an aggressive canvass of the entire county and hoped to win at the polls. A committee consisting of Janies Foster chairman s. A. Mccoy and w. L. Gong a was named to formulate rules for the party. The following were the delegates from the different districts of the county Anthony township David Cox Daniel Bif Cler. Cooper township Benjamin Kasher Charles Rishel. Derry township a. F. Mowrer Grant roat. Danville first wards. A. Mccoy f. G. Slioch. Danville second Ward Jacob Sloop Samuel Mills. Danville third Ward a. A. Montgomery Thomas j. Rogers. Danville fourth Ward Joseph Gibson James t. Mag Iii. Limestone township John r Rishel j. A. Cromis. Liberty township John Springer William Stahl. Mahoning township John e. Roberts Edward Wertman. Mayberry township a. W. Gearhart w. E. Bird. Valley township Joseph Churm John Hendricks. West Hemlock township William Gething Matthew maus. . S. Moser . Robinson. These county committeemen were chosen to serve the ensuing year Anthony township Peter a. Rishel Alfred Snyder. Cooper township Charles Rishel Benjamin Kasher. Derry township Grant roat c. F. Mowrer. Danville first Ward of. G. Silo cd s a. Mccoy. Danville second Ward Harry Woodside Thomas Bedea. Danville third Ward William Rusel 1, 1. A. Montgomery. Danville fourth Ward Thomas Kear Alexander Foster. Limestone township of. W. Lein Inch William Euter Liue. Liberty township Charles h. Diehl w. Ford. Mahoning township Martin Bloom Edward Wertman. Mayberry township William e. Bird Joseph w. Gearhart. Valley township Frank c. Hendricks William h. Churm. West Hemlock township Matthew maus William Gething. Washington Vilho Charles Moser w. R. Robinson. The convention heard several Fine songs by the Coal miners triple Quartetti of Wilkes Barre after which came a Success pursuant to action of Council superintendent of tin water works Keefer and Street commissioner deep yesterday about noon proceeded to flush blizzards run with Borough water two fire plugs were opened one at Church Street and the other at a Street connection inning made with blizzards run by Hose belonging to the fire department. The results were found unsatisfactory tin water added la ing wholly inadequate to carry off the pasty and deleterious waste matter from the brewery and Only Sufficing to stir up the Stream thereby adding to the exhalation of foul doors. The rain Foit Anatoly set in about the same time and by 2 of clock had done More in the Way of Flushing than could he accomplished by Borough water in a week. By evening a considerable Quantity of the foul refuse had been swept out of tin Stream and those who live along its course were congratulating themselves on Relief that shall continue during the next few Days at least. It is the general impression among those not posted on the capacity of our water Plant that All the fire plugs within reach of the run might be opened wide at one time and the combined flow utilized to flush the Stream. This it is admitted might prove effectual if it were in any Way practicable. But those in a position to know explain that such a course would he fatal to the water works. Two plugs open at tin same time is All that the Plant will Bear. To open a greater number would be to break the pressure in tin Mains and in All probability wreck the pumping engines. This is Why Only two plugs were opened yesterday. It is True during a lire frequently three or More plugs May he drawn upon at the same time hut it must he remembered that each Stream then is very much reduced by the nozzle which is an indispensable adjunct to a Host in fighting a Fin. Death of mrs. Jos h Schwartz. Our Towouh a Ople yesterday were paint d to learn of the death of mrs. Joseph h. Schwartz of Plymouth Nee miss Annie Yerrick daughter of or. And mrs. Rush Yerrick of this City. Mrs. Schwartz who was Boru and grew to womanhood in this City was for some years a teacher in our Public schools. She was a woman of refined and Christian character and is most lovingly remembered not Only by her former pupils hut by All those in this City whose lives in any Way came in Contact with hers. Tin cause of her death was peritonitis her illness dating Only from saturday last. Her condition became very grave on monday and her father and Mother were called from this City to her bedside. The end came yesterday morning at 4 of clock. The deceased is survived by her husband who is a business Man of Plymouth. The funeral will be held on Friday at 1 3 it p. M. Given half an hour to leave. The Hobo who refused to leave town tuesday and became disorderly when taken into custody by officer Voris was arraigned Lief re Justice of the peace Bare yesterday morning after a nights experience in the lock up. He said his name was Frank Simth that he was a puddle by occupation and that he hailed from Pittsburg. He had fully recovered from the effects of his jag hut was not exactly Clear As to what had happened the Day before. However he pleaded guilty. The Justice after some deliberation decided to let the fellow off provided he would agree to leave town in half an hour. The hold of was glad to comply and was soon among the missing. The charge is still held against him and should he return to town he will 1m made to upon a hot stove. Mrs. Alfred Yerrick Mill Street Mot with a had Accident monday Forenoon. While at work in her Kitchen she climbed non a table in order to reach some object on tin Wall. In this position she became dizzy and losing her balance she fell Landing upon a a hot Cook stove causing tin pipe to fall i Down upon her and upsetting a Teakettle full of boiling water she was painfully burned not so much by Contact with the stove As by the scalding water which poured out of tin Teakettle saturating her clothing and producing a Burn which covered nearly her whole auxiliary then will he an important meeting of tie ladies auxiliary of the y. M. O. A. To Morrow Friday evening at 7 30 of clock. Every member is requested to 1m present As matters of importance will be considered. Little Ohilda a painful injury. Carl the 8-year-old son of Anthony Schott Mill Street met with an unfortunate fall tuesday evening about 7.80 of clock. The fall was not a High one embracing Only three Steps of the stairs but it was sufficient to dislocate the shoulder and fracture his Collar Bone. Or. Stock reduced tin dislocation and set the broken Bone. Little Carl displayed a great Deal of fortitude going through the painful ordeal without a murmur. He was doing very Well yesterday. Manager Mccoy a a investment. Managers. A. Mccoy of the a old timers a journeyed to Harrisburg to let mgt a at the gathering of the Republican hosts but he did not forget his base Ball team. He took enough time to Purchase three of tin famous Louisville hats the Best made. They Are guaranteed to put a Ball beyond the reach of tin swiftest fielders the other Fellows can Trot out. Tin a old Tim Erst say they will see that the hats do this great work of knocking out the Long hits that make the bleachers wild with Joy and bring in runs Wall Oare. Fred Howe the Hatter Lias installed a very handsome in Redwood Wall Cash in his go a tsp furnishing store. The Case is 16 feet Long by h of a a it High with a Glass front and in Point of Beauty is probably unsurpassed by any thing in this Section. Such cases an a great convenience to it hatters As they do away with tin use of hat boxes Al together and display the head gear win re the whole Stock May he viewed at outre and Aman May take his Choice Mikity in Charles Schwartz of Bloomsburg spent sunday in this City the guest of Morris Dreifuss Mill Street. Henry Rempe spent sunday with friends in Sun Bury. Misses Mary and Lizzie Hankie of this City spent sunday with friends in Sunbury. Miss Anna Rempe spent sunday with friends in Sunbury. Miss Bessie Courson of Sunbury was a visitor in this City sunday. Miss Gertrude Phillips of Berwick spent sunday with relatives in this City. G. W. Peifer of Wilkes Barre spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. George Peifer Mill Street. Edward Young of Sunbury spent sunday with his Mother mrs. James Ploutz East front str it. Station agent George Eggert of new Milford spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs. Calvin Eggert upper Mulberry Street. Ambrose Miller spent sunday with Fri ii is in Shamokin. Miss Winifred Bra i Naii of it. Carmel spent sunday in this City with or. And mrs. Edward Campbell Nicholas ave use. John Jones of Natalie spoilt sunday with his daughter mrs. William e. Young Pine Street. Or. And mrs. G. Williams of Vine Street spent sunday with friends in Bloomsburg. Prof. U. L. Gordy spent sunday with friends in Shamokin. Benjamin e. Rogers arrived Home from Dickinson College on saturday to spend his vacation with his parents mrs. T. Rogers i 11 str it. Or. And mrs. John Mccarthy of cat Alissa spent sunday in this City at the Home of John Wolfe front Street. Miss Minnie James of Bloomsburg spent sunday with her Mother. Mill Street. William Byerly of Williamsport spent sunday in this City with his parents or. And mrs. Lewis Byerly Walnut Street. Charles Trumbower of West Pittston spent sunday at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. H. M. Trumbower East Market Street. Frank Jackson of Berwick was a visitor in this City yesterday. Mrs. George Garrow. Ash a treat. Returned Home last evening from a visit with relatives in Philadelphia. Mrs. Milton Negley of Milton is visiting her parents or. And mrs. George Garrow Ash Street. Miss Nellie Linker of Shamokin returned Horny yesterday after a Short visit with friends in this City. John Bretz of Berwick sex it yesterday with friends in this City. Mrs. E. Moore ferry Street left yesterday for a Short visit with friends in Chambersburg. Miss Carris Minier of Sunbury returned Home yesterday after a visit with miss Mary Murray East Market Street. Mrs. R. H. Woolley West Market Street was a Sunbury visitor yesterday. Oliver Dru Flieller spent yesterday in Sunbury. George Straub of Sunbury was in this City yesterday Between trains. Miss Edna Berninger of roaring Creek was a visitor in this City yesterday. W. Rogers t. Rogers 1. A. Montgomery d. C. Jones jr., w. E. Lunger a. C. Amesbury 11. E. Trumbower or. Beaver Gearhart Thompson Jenkins p. E. Maus James t. Magi 11, Thomas Bedea s. A. Mccoy c. P. Hancock and f. G. Slioch returned yesterday from Harrisburg where they attended the Republican state convention. Miss Anna Bacon of Harrisburg is visiting her aunt mrs. F. H. Vanuatu South Danville. Mrs. W. L. Myerly has returned to her Home at Long Branch n. J., after a visit at the Home of or. F. E. Harpel ferry Street. Joy h. Brader is spending the summer months with relatives at Long Branch n. Mrs. Daniel m. Shultz East Market Street attended the Mcninch Rausch wedding at Berwick yesterday. Or. And mrs. Judson Christian of Benton returned Home yesterday Ait r a visit with mrs. Emma Christian Pine Street. Miss Boom Eckman of roaring Creek was a visitor in this City yesterday. Or. And mrs. Eugene Miles return cd last evening from a Short visit in Milton. Mrs. C. M. Vannostran of South Danville returned last evening from a visit with friends in Lewisburg. Frank Sands of Pottsville arrived in this City last evening for a visit with or. And mrs. Ralph Fisher. Or and mrs. M. Levy and children of Berwick Wen tin guests yesterday of or. And mrs. Simon Dreifuss lower Mulberry Street. A. W. Spear of Cabin run spent yesterday with friends in this City. Prof. Richard my therell left yesterday morning fur Selinsgrove. He will have charge of the orchestra at the Susquehanna University commencement. Daniel Marks. Mill str it left yesterday for a several Days visit in Harrisburg. Livery Man c. Ltd. Moyer left yesterday for a Short visit with friends in the new school Hoard held its first regular meeting monday night. Among lie absentees was i. E. Haring of tin second Ward a Lect a to succeed Grant Fenstermacher wino has not asyl to presented himself to take his oath of office. An inquiry brought out the fact that or. Haring has accepted a position in a neighbouring state. It was tin sense of the members that under the circumstances it was hardly the proper thing fur the Hoard to hold or Haring a seat As his absence deprives tin second Ward of its full representation. On motion the re for the Secretary was instructed to rom i Mun icat with or. Haring informing 1 him that unless in takes his place in tin Hoard As re quid by Law his so at will be declared vacant. Professor j. C. Carey stated that i the proceeds of commencement fell i some lift in dollars Short of paying expanses. He stated that the event had by in conducted As economically As possible and explained to what a it edit they were indebted to a George m. West sup Rii it Ndu it of the Elk a tric Light works for his labors in de Orting tin stage with coloured Light As Well As to Eugene of Hara Florist at Castle Grove each of whom made Only nominal charges. The matter of music and drawing brought before tin Hoard by superintendent Gordy at its last meeting was ref rred to tin text. Book committee. President Barber announced the following committees finance Black Harpel Werkheiser. Buildings and repairs Fischer Kreft a Curry Green. Supplies Orth Berger Byerly Curry. Printing Byerly Harpel Black. Bills and account so Keefer Green Werkheiser Harp. Text books Given. Harpel Werkheiser. Transfers Werkheiser by re a Byerly Green. Teachers and certificates Curry Kicfer Fischer Orth. High school hard Keefer Black Fischer. Grievance Orth Harpel Werkheiser and Berger. The following Hills were approved for payment tritium Ivi. D. R. Eckman u. L. Gordy. W. G. Brown George 11. Smith Casper Diseroad Borough auditors s. M. Trumbower George f. Kif Snyder Standard Gas co. A. 11. Grone j. W. Van Kirk w. L. Mcclure f2i42 2.07 2.00 1.50 1.53 6.00 5.78 8.71 1.20 6.13 8.51 5.00 officers of Christian Endeavor. At a meeting of tin Young Peoples society of Christian Endeavor of Mahoning presbyterian Church held last evening these officers and committees were elected for tin ensuing term of six months beginning july 1st presid it j. D. Williams or. Vice president Samuel Bailey recording Secretary miss Kate Miller corresponding Secretary miss Helen m. Kramer treasurer miss Mabel Gearhart pianist miss Elsie Hicks superintendent of Junior work miss Sara Cunningham assistant superintendent of Junior work miss Jessie Kramer. Prayer my a Ting committee miss Elizabeth Russell miss Mary Williams William Bailey William r. Evans John Sechler Howard Shultz. Lookout committee John m. Huck Lay George Stillwell miss Sara Clark miss Jessie Kramer miss Lucretia Rhodes. Literature committee miss Louis Voris miss Laidla Klasz miss Elizabeth Williams miss Jennie Miller miss Ribecca Hoffman John Boyer. Evangelistic committee miss Sara Hinckley h. 11. Furman. Miss o. L. Cunningham Hiram Smith Jonathan deep miss Olivo Lunger. Missionary committee or. E. Robbins Edwin Moore Clarence Derr miss Emma Robinson miss Amelia Saylor. Social committee o. V. Ammer Man Carlton Mchenry Wiliam mail is miss Cunningham miss Edith Kramer miss Julia Argrave. Flower committee Samuel Miller Miles Barht a miss Margaret Williams miss Martha a Lark. Miss Stella Russell. Other personal mentions on 4tli Page Charles Starr a tragic Fate. Or. And mrs f. W. How have received a Telegram from three Rivers mieh., informing them of the accidental death of their brother in Law Charles Starr which a a it Urr Ltd sunday last. The do ceased in company with another gentleman was Riding on a motor car on tin Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad who in they in overtaken by a special train. The two my jumped to save their lives hut or. Starr stumbled and fell rolling Back upon the track. His head was crushed under tin wheels of the spa Cial. The deceased was the father of miss Malul Starr who some two or three years ago enjoyed a protracted visit with her Uncle and aunt or and mrs Howe when they resided on West Mahoning Street. She formed Many friends while in this City who dec ply sympathize with her in this her hour of Berk ave mint. A Beautiful wedding was that which took place yesterday afternoon at three of clock at the residence of . S. Est a Hook no. 759east Market str it. Her daughter miss est la and Frank h. Zinn of Newport a Rry county we re United in the holy i quids of Wedlock by Rev. H. C. Harman pastor of St. Paul a m. E. Church. A double Floral Gateway led to an Arch of Flowers under which the wed Ding party stood when the nuptial knot was tied. The o a using of this Gateway by Little Dorothy Forney and Willie Mauger for the Bride and Groom bridesmaid and groomsman was a pretty a of a it of this charming Home marriage. The Bride was gowned in White persian Lawn trimmed with silk carried a bouquet of White carnations. Her sister miss mint ii Ester Brook who was tin bridesmaid was also dressed in persian Lawn Ami carried a bouquet of Pink carnations. The Groom was attended by Gilbert Frank of Newport. The effect of tin blending of Jon Rose is carnations Ami the White silk ribbons made the Houst decorations most Beautiful. Dorothy Forney tin Flower girl who wore a dry Ssofi Dainty White and Willie Mauger preceded tin bridal party. As they reached the Floral Gatis each swung on open for the bridal party to enter the parlor and take their places Umler tin Arch. The ceremony was followed by a wedding dinner after which the bridal party and guests went to the Pennsylvania station. Sooth Danville. The wait of Over an hour for the 4 31 train Onieh was late was on of much merriment for the guests who show a a red Rice and congratulation on the Happy couple. Or. And mrs. Zinn have gone South on a wedding trip. During the ceremony miss Florence Eby of Newport rend red a charts and Flowers. A the gifts we re numerous and handsome. Or. And mrs. Zinn will be at Home at Newport after july 1st. Among the guests present were mrs. Zion and miss Dora Zinc Mother Ami sister of the Groom miss Anna Wilson miss Florence Eby of Newport miss Kate Deener of Ashland mrs. Ella Hale of Milton mrs. A. R. Kipp of 1 f m i i9uui wraith a mull in Iii it. A. Hoagland of Sunbury or and mrs. S. Rimert and family of picture rocks miss Mary Unger of South Danville Rev. And mrs. H. C. Harman mrs. William Robin Salt misses Maud and Daisy Robinault or. And mrs. O. B. Sweitzer miss Myrtle Weitzer mrs. Fil Arles d. Baseli mrs. Peter Billmeyer mrs. Henry Mauger and Sou Willie miss Hannah Waite miss Rosa Getz miss Dorothy Forney mrs. Jennie Mills mrs. Annie Hawk Edward f. Williams of this City. Edmondson Kussell. A quiet june wedding was solemnized in St. Paul a m. E. Church yesterday afternoon at four o clock the contracting parties being Harvey Reese Edmondson and miss Harriet Russell. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. O. Herman and was witnessed by or. And mrs. Alexander Foster. Or and mrs. Edmondson left on the afternoon Pennsylvania train for a trip to Philadelphia and Atlantic City. The Bride is a daughter of Andrew Russell and the Groom is a Well known business Man of this City. Both have Many friends who Wisla them Many years of Happy wedded life. Persyl Mettler. Miss Bessie Mettler daughter of William Mettler of Rushtow and Dallas Pensyl of Union Corner were married yesterday morning at the Home of the Bride. The ceremony which took place at ten of clock was witnessed Only by the immediate relatives and friends owing to a recent death in the family of the Groom. Rev. Noble methodist minister at Snydertown was the officiating Clergyman. Or. And mrs. Pensyl have gone to Philadelphia new York and Washington on their wedding trip. Patten Miller. The Home of or. And mrs. Ambrose Miller at lim Stoneville was the scene of a pretty wedding yesterday. At 12 30 o clock noon their daughter miss harsh l. Miller and or. R. H Patten of Washingtonville were United in the holy Bonds of Matrimony. The couple Are Well known and were the recipients of Many congratulations and Best John j. Klinger and miss Ada Hartman both of this City were married tuesday evening at 7 of clock by Rev n. E. Cleaver at the parsonage of Trinity m. E. Church the newly wedded couple will take up their Orcsi Deuce at no fi8 front sunni Urbain. Samuel Bailey a prominent Busi Ness Man of this City and miss Catherine l Cunningham a popular school teacher will is married today by the Rev. L r w. I scans formerly pastor of the Mahoning presbyterian Church agitated tin ruin has liar a a re Fri slain go effect awarded Gold Fountain pen. Frank me Arran an at it in tin a in ploy of the porn do tial insurance in of Pany has he a awarded a Gold Fon lit Ain pen by the conf tank for Nier tor ions services the agitation of out rage in a new phase was taken up by Council at its regular in a Ting Friday ouch of members appearing in favor of the measure who a re formerly among those sad to it. Or. Davis re a it Ort Ltd that blizzard s run is in an exceedingly foul condition owing to the drought Ami that the in re Hants and others who suffer so keenly have it emf Given up All Hope of so curing re of from Council pud contemplate bringing speedy action against tin Lio rough. He had invest gated matters lie said and he did not Blann them. He himself would not stand it neither would any other Mem la a of Council. He Projko Al that Council proceed to sewer blizzard run. Other Nimax Urett had been advocated hut nothing was done Ami sewerage seemed the Only practical Means of re Lief. If will have to com lie said and we might As will in Gin. My sirs. Barton and Montgomery endorsed his views. People Are looking to Ith in a Council for re in of they said hut nothing is la ing accomplished. Sum thing must in done in nil Diatz by or Law suits will sorely follow. Borough solicitor e. S. Gearhart was called into the room. He and Liitt cd that affairs were not making much Progress hut lie said the situation was a in caviar one necessitating slowness Ami caution he was hampered lie said by the Law a a of Harmony in Council. He propose in however to clean the Creek if it could be done by Law although it might take All sum in a. He admitted that nothing is to is accomplished by injunction hut declined to explain in open Council what plan of proc Dur he had in View. Upon reflection it seemed to be the sense of Council that tin solicitor ought to tie Given a Little More tinn and a Date was set for the councilmen present to a All upon the attorney when he will make them fully acquainted with his plan of action. Meanwhile the Creek is to be flushed. Hose will in Atfah a hed to fire plugs All along the course of tin Stream and the water Simal Tau Ousby turned on. This is a novel method and no on was sure that it will prove practicable. It was decided non. How a a. As an pendent and to convince a Bornean no Public that Council is not deaf to its entreaties. Or. Patton a port Al that the fire plug at the new property of John l. Evans a Orus a of a a Rry and East Mahoning streets occupies a very dangerous position inside of the limits of the Side walk and that Many persons after dark hav fallen Over it. On motion tin super Ute Ndu it a if water works was ordered to remove the fire plug outside the curb. Or Swank called attention of Council to Ltd an old to a vacant lot 011 Wall Street which is in a very dangerous condition. The Well which is situated on the sidewalk is caving in and the floor is in a Rotten condition. On motion the Street com Mission r was instruct a to notify the owner and a que St him to repair or fill up the Well. Or Lloyd alluded to the movement looking to the vacation a it of the River Road and thought that the Lio rough Council ought to indicate its attitude in the matter. President Vastire explained that the re a Al As far As the it it a k s Mouth and one half the Bridge at that Point in Longs to the Borough and must a of us Cess Ity in kept open to afford an outlet to or Shepperson and others owning property at that Point Between the it anal and River. On Motif in it was de in led that the matter la a left in the hands of the Borough solicitor with instructions to a oppose vacation. On motion it was decided that the rate of into re St 011 $45tn> mortgage on the City Hall held by Joseph Hunter and h l. Gross it a a re a lug Oil from 5 per cent to 4 or a int. A a of Muniz Tiou was re a lived from John p. Force it on salting Engineer of Columbus o. Stating that he heard that our Borough contemplates the construction of a sewerage system Ami offering his services to a make All necessary surveys and furnish Complete plans profiles and specifications to Gether with estimate of a a it St and report of a or the sum of $700 he end a looked a list of Satis a tory references Job printing the office of the americas being furl shed with a Large a sorties of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he to prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing of All kinds and desc Aptton left our prices before you place your orders. Cui a tag Miil ates strike singers in Danville. The cd a Al miners triple Quartetti composed of striking miners whom Homes an in Wilkes Barre came to Danville saturday and remained Over sunday. Their singing was a of the la St Quality and gave pleasure to Many people. Tin members Are Watkins Jones president Morris Llewellyn manager in a . E. R. Griffiths so a re tary. T s. Thomas treasurer i it Johns j w. Griffiths 1> a Lewis Ami j p from a buggy. While coming Horny from the base Hall game Friday afternoon Koto it amt Maii. Aged eight Vars. Son a of r. S. Ammerman was thrown from a buggy m a tin Pennsylvania Railroad crossing. South Danvila the plus by Little fellow was not bad by Hurt Al though he suffered a few Bruise his father was driving Ami their buggy was run lilt a by a liars. Which Hall gotten la Eyono a control. Or Ammer mans buggy was damage d Coush Lerable Robert was thrown from the seat into the Road a and fur a time it a thought that in was seriously Hurt that interest is not waning in High it education and that a Bond of Strong sympathy exist the Pablo and those ambition Yoang men and women who have completed the Ardo on High a drool Enearse and now a tand ready for whatever tie f Otare a to offer was strikingly att it d last night he the larg As Maldag which poured into the opera Lions on the Occa Atoo of tie High a a irks i a Uuie a Merit gue of the peasant Errol Lection that the members of the i lass of not will carry through life is that the i Erc Iaea which marked their graduation possessed an interest and an impress i Venes never Surj missed by any prs Vinos commencement in the history of the local High so loot a feature which added Marh to the general effect was the stage Decora r ions which were a lab rate beyond anything Ever Lief re essayed in tie Center of the stage was a Large Rork Erv. Almost concealed under a prof us Ion off rus Laurel m Moma Palms and r rot on among which at intervals parked electric lights of red and Blue. From the top of the rockery two tiny streams jetted into the air the drops of water spark hug in the Light a.-, they fell Lia k Fusi the artificial in oud like so Many diamonds in the rear was a Beautiful Arcade demo rated with elect no lights of glue and White a lass colors which led to a Torran overlooking the sea which formed the Stark ground Palms protons and Flowers of Many varieties were every where in evidence almost cd a tical aug the footlights and filling the Arcade in the rear the effect on the whole reminding Oneff a Floral exhibition in some of the larger cities. Under the proscenium Arch a huge am in an Flag was draped while the rotors of the class were festooned diagonally Over the Stag suspended from the Centre of the Large Flag was the Claey year Quot 1902�?T in Large letters a Large american Flag formed a por tie re at each of the boxes. The stage setting was devised and arranged by Frank Lee Miles and Post master c p. Harder the Flowers were furnished and arranged by Eugene o Hara Florist at Castle Grove. The graduating class a inc Rigin a Trie school Board with the High school faculty. James Scarlet Esq., and Rev George e Limbert occupying seats at the left after a overture Rev Torge e Limbert offered a prayer the full program of exercises As printed m the american a few weeks ago was then rendered. No ver has a class on the whole acquitted itself of commence int it More creditably than the High school class of 02. Each number in its preparation reflected originality and thought while delivery was mark�?1 with an a ase and Freedom from pm Barras ment which has been my a characteristic accomplishment a of Oor High school pupils. Or Scarlet say la press to the Grado at a was deed a Gem Polk Mothr in its View of life full of inspirer a i and Hope. Nothing cools be More eloquent than his portrayal of the future a it relates to the Young lives of the graduate. Its infinite possibilities the achievement that Are yet in to or for the race Are not Fogt a those we Call Gre at to Day but for those now unknown who with the class of �?~m2 stand at the thre Shohl of Luau he mid and womanhood. Gehred 8nyd?r a ivs hotel Danville in Opl who contemplate visiting Atlantic City will find a to of its Best hotels conducted by pm lewd Snyder and sons of the Exchange hotel Bloo Maberg. They will find a elegant hotel and a warm Welcome Fri pm the Medors Snyder at the nor Mandie. The hotel Normandie is pm new Jersey Avenue the third he is from the Beach and has Joenel its doors for the season Una or the in Uia Geue of of g. Snyder a soil the House a been thoroughly renovated from top to Bottom Many a it of the room have been refurnished repainted and Pap ered and it is now one of the Prett text. Homelike hotels at the bore the messes Snyder hav been in the hotel business for a number of years and Are thoroughly acquainted with the needs of visitors Thos who seek quarters at Atlantic City May he assured that their every want will be carefully looked after and applied. The hotel has Accomac Dation for 3u0 2�� private hath and 8 Public Bath All the room of the sleeping floors Are rom Niue caring and if desired can be arranged a in suites the Normandie a All the it on Nieno is of a modern Home a and electric an electric elevator from the ground floor to tax it top of the House for rates Ami Booklet add Lri is g. Ski your a 8�>n. Normandie hut 1. Atla Oti City a Good Kain. The much needed ram camry to a Lay. Breaking a drought of nearly two months duration. The downpour wan quite Copian of a or a while during the aft nil Man. Making the ground for a confide Rabie depth and refreshing vegetation which at some place Wax mud a retarded in growth an i Droop my. While not ton late to help the crop in go ii ral. The t a in. Potatoes Garden truck and the like will be specially a refitted and the ram on the whole was a of value to the farm

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