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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - June 25, 1903, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for tie Home 1 he circulation �>1 this paper is increasing rapidly it will pay you to advertise in the american subscription $1 per year it a. Irvin ii. Jan Mafis Dix list. Office hour 9 a m to r v �04 Mill 1. / y to in Donville i. I a Iii . M in. 4-5 my 1. Sr., 1 so 111.k, a. Diseases a a the stoic Mph and intestine i Speed Alt v i 11 a i. A a a. Job printing a this country will no Var he in stir lev Rah until it supplies All of its own demands i l ii its own i Rodi a ions vol. Is no 2<i. Daw ill e. I a. Rii 11 in slav .1 Ink 25. 1903. I in of Ticic of the America fam Ishad with a Large him it Ort Nui t of Job letter and fancy 1 Vij a it and Job material generally the 1�?Tubli-Htr an Tiona com to the Public that he 1 11 re 1 wired at All time to sex cute in the neatest manner a Job printing Esta 1jlisii Al it in 1 n55. Ofril kinds and description i Amin Atkins it Annapolis ill by session dentist Tumi a Jas Mil l i Kelli la to without i urn 4 Row 11 Himi work a Spee Lilly. E , a i w hit ii Laleda Mill most improve i la a i to list lil ill Tel i a Rtin in i lie mrs. Kreil Jacobs received a Telegram the greater part of tin time at in Oun front Annapolis list evening Tilting Eil Friday was been Piti by matters Itiat her pm ram Lull Jacobs had sue pertaining to the sewer in la subject Cess fully passed the mental Examina it pipe was very hotly Ali trussed Tion and lets been Orde Reil to report lie sit was a not. Duo up for physical examination at 9 of Duek to the Standard and have actually a it this morning Oil c. 1. , a it in not �?~j88 Mill Stanville a. Drutis try in a ii it Tram he. I Thrift Tinl it a a work i Mii Psi i m \ys7 strawberries Are living Prest red he to Raj House keep is. Raspberries Ami Ida berries will tie Plevi Tytul. The crowded Heads of Europe Are continually wondering whose turn will a a nine next. It rams so easy the be Days that water almost Falls out it a Clear sky that is when the late a i rarity occurs it is quite a treat now to see the Sun or sky. A number of our pastors will enjoy their vacations in August. These Are More than ran Days. They re absolutely raw now the Days will begin to shorten again. Don t forget saturdays game at Dewitt s Park Between Milton and Danville. Notwithstanding the great amount of rain we have bad this month the records to the 18th show a deficiency of .04 of an Inch Fortt is june As compared with the Normal. There has lieu considerable rain since the 11,however. Including the heavy Shower of Friday night Ami it is very probable that the deficiency Lias been made up. La Trupe Raturi the present month is eighty four degrees Short in comparison with Juno of last year. Tins is commencement week at Buck Nell University. It 1� state i up a Good authority that the Reading rail a a company will shortly abandon the fatuous Maharov plane Over Wlinich All thee a Al mined in the Maharov Ami she Nam Oali Valley is hoisted and sent to till water via Falo Alto. The abandon Merit of the plane will in Ati that All Coal will he shipped direct to Philadelphia via Tat Aqua. While no person not on the seem can picture the devastation and the ruin wrought by the greatest floods on record in Kansas yet tin a River Bottoms a a they Are called Are a Small part of the state comparatively and it is Good news to learn Iron a Topeka dispatch that while the Kaw River Valley is recovering from his most destructive inundation of two generations the Broad wheat Belt of the state is girding itself for the mightiest Harvest in its history. Unmolested by Frost drought a or insect., Kau a yield a of wheat promises to Surpas it in Huml Aiice and Perfy it Iii of maturity anything 111 its previous history. The railroads report that tin cold a Nap has greatly retarded sum Titt travel this year in Forim r seasons Ciaffi wan Ixo a a Dinghy heavy about this True on account of tin Rush of Jie Ople from the a a 111. A to the seashore and the Mountain what business was inc during june will be mad up however during july Ami August a ally the late or which is tin great Van a Tion Mouth. I no Aho Nahle to my pm Raturi a ought to give Way now Dou t Wash your powder keep it for the fourth of july. 1 lie Nei Noii has arrived who a tin Green Apple and the Small Hoy Are in conjunction w Ith every Chan a for an a i apse of the latter. Fhe dear Camp of Pennsylvania of the knights of the Mace aha is 1� Plau Iulg to found a Home for de a tepid and invalid pm inh is and a a tto a it Are being made to have the institution h a rated 111 tin via Suity of Harris Iorg the Ltd a a a Mitt a ill charge of se-1 a 11 Ltd cd a site has at it command f 1,000 and it is intended with this to Parchay a a Good sized farm Ami erect a Vetn Bodiou and comfortable Home. It him been both Leafy my h 4 l j wry Little time left flt re rare june Days. A a ii Soldier Imis will la ave on their annual Uram Pinsent at it Gretna on july loth i to that time the a a rain a a it i will pro Shah la he Over the a Midge in its and cd Nivea ii nce at it Giena make the place a desirable Ray Piug ground. 1 a a a Rev Ltd of Samph d. Dof new York City will officiate at the Mahoning presbyterian Church a in sunday met l let Twenty in attorneys of Sim in a 111 la ave All Ign d an agree iut it to i int their off. A a at five o clock p. It. Veil do. Eve. Pm saturdays or Pav the Tell Gram was from w. Fred Jacobs father of Randall who accompanied him to i Annapolis and has remained with him during the examinations. There is Little doubt hut that Randall will Sun cd a fully pass the physical exam Illarion and he admitted to the naval Academy. Tin telc Giam conveying tin Good news Hist a a veiling was Virv eagerly awaited by Randall a Many friends in this City who had been scanning the newspapers daily to learn who were successful in the examinations. The names of the candidates which it seems Are arranged traded work by reason of the shipping rendered necessary in or la a to make the joints fit. Objection was also raised because the space in the hell or socket is not sufficient to permit the insertion of hemp or rope along with the Cement which is consider a necessary to make the Job first class. P. J. Keefer was called before Conn Eil who explained that tin worst Pip j was found in the first Carload and is now Laid in the sewer. The pipe he said was not condemned by the supervising Eugi Pieer who he thought was the proper party to pass upon it. As to the insertion of rope he explained 1 that this is impracticable owing Tolu Peculiar conditions under which they alphabetical Vas printed yesterday comprised none below the letter k. An working. And were .1. R. Karle new Jersey or. Keife Nyder took exceptions w. J. Eccleston Maryland r. S. Cd the Quality of the pipe which in c to wards and w. A. Cd wards Pennsylvania. W. Fred Jacobs is expected to arrive Home tomorrow. Will procure a top Grade. The next improvement inaugurated by Council will 1�� to secure a top Grade for tie re Minugh to the end that the uncouth and a Lang Rous off sets in the pavements May he abolished and Pawn sidewalks height. Side red More Roadway pipe and not first class sower pipe As had he a a 11 ordered. He was in Council lie said to represent the people and in i go a ing to set that Justice was done. I i Ferring to the Engineer lie dec an d that that go it Hinian himself when the work was beginning dial not cot Isis Ler the pipe As right and had gom on record As saying that tin insert inn of rope was necessary. Lie Insil rail that made to be of uniform All pipe which do s not fit n daily j he thrown out. Engineer t. F. Keefer of Sainbury or. Pm ser Dot in who has the sewer in charge will on visit to Danville when the y first went de Lake the snowy beginning work Over the ground and in is it red the next week. Mill Street will he finish Engineer then said explicitly that rope de it is along that thoroughfare should a nut Rte l at every joint Ami that f id walk improve cents Are the he could not understand Why Council most needed. »c5t i Sist no on if the Survey is a work that can not p. J. Keefer quoting the a Ngin r. Be pushed to completion too rapidly said that rope is not essential mid r not Only on Mill try it hut in other the present that he up parts of the Borough Sis Well there Are pavements which need repair badly hut which can not he repaid until the established Grade contemplated Inis been furnish d in not a few instances property owners Art anxious to Ltd repair their Pavett its hut Are held Hack on this account while in other instances where tin sidewalks Are very had and even Dang a us the Owuor always has an exc. For his neglect in the fact that tin matter of Grade is unsettled. Smoke stack Falls on Mill. A mishap occurred at flu heading Iron works monday morning which can. D some confusion. Work in a were engaged in removing a High Sheet Iron smoke stack he tween tin old and new Mills which Rose from on of tin old puddle furnaces being rebuilt. In pulling Over the stack the de Ign was to have it fall in tin open space Between tie two Mills. Ropes were attach 1 the top and workmen station a at tie proper distance to pull. A couple of vigorous yanks swung the huge mass of Iron olt its Bush and everything it a one a to be going Well when ote of the ropes at whip h the lie 11 were tugging broke in two which cause 1 tin stack to swing around falling the ii a Mill right Over a pull do Furnace. The heavy mass crash cd through the roof with a loud report which was heal on Mill str it breaking several pips and the Reby adding to tin confusion he re Hasing a lot of St. Am and water. Tin mishap caused a Stamps a la of work 11111 from the but no one was Hurt. Big spot in a if la sly a a la tree of Thi hrs urho stir. La too la a a. If v looking for the sea lion. The i muted Story to a the of Lect that an it Seapy a sea lion has taken in Fugo in tie in and water of the Susque Han a has Given risk to a Gre at Deni a of Idle talk without questioning the Story at All a Large number of people seem to think that it is Only a mat i 1 of time until Tom sea lion will make its appearance in re on so de Dull Tine after tie fashion of a a log Mil into the River near it source. Sony audacious Story to Llor a a St cry Lay started tin Rumor that the so a lion i Holt n so a in the 11 a lbs Iek. Hass fishermen. Who previously have had nothing More in Midal than salamanders to contend with to tvs a May in confronted with a in mousted from present Apie Ira tic before tie Assn closes the a a a lib in Oil the sushi la hut iia mini. S to a loom up very promis Keiit a eclipsing in inter St them a St a Petit at the Vui Umer resort. Ali. Fourth at washing Touville. Washingtonville will have a fourth of july Eele ration and from tin program aria aged tin Little Borough will certainly a la it it of proud. A Para a will he give Fonn Ilig at i a it in lie aft Rno a. In the morning then w ill in a game of has Hall lib twin lie married and single men starting at Joshick in tin afternoon tie Muncy team will or a shits with tie Washita Glenville to him. A i Plav a Al tire we it res will in a a Given i the a veiling at a i0. 11 till a a veiling Fie Baso Hall Cululi will Leld a festival a ooh i music w ill he in itty no a and. As i i a a i ill tie heart of a thickly Keith a country a Large crowd will lung met t in part in tie Ilavu a . Mow 11 -1 the rain Nikci 11 Ilion ought a a hand Al tin sir a to he May let up Aiea give the picnics a ii Hijo a. Is plied in joints to add to tie Security against Gas or liquid escaping where Wells Are in Cly it it proximity. Or Lloyd insisted that in pipe should he pail for that i not fir to class such As was order. W. W. Wei liver or. S urn Al a com Maui cation from the Wel Livit hardware company re a sting that any pipe which is not first class and Dnn a not lit be set Asi-1. Or we a a live a admitted that some pipe in tin first car Load was not satisfactory lint said that All which has arrived since is first Dass. Or. Reifsnyder move i Tiit it is tie so Nso of a of Ike in that 110 pipe in us a that Iris not 1 j a Inch 11 a or a Oeky to and affords a circular Spina of i half an Inch. The motion was s Ooml-�?��?�<1 by or. Lloyd and a Arri Al. Or. Goes a called attention to a violation of tie Borough or Linam a by la ers in who permit to Iii lows to Graz upon the streets. Through. Us a a violation a Little Hoy in the fourth Ward was gored by a Row this we a a. Tin ordinance so old in fore Lle my and Cowsky it old tie str�t.-. Or. Lloyd a alld attention to the practice of playing tall upon tie streets which he sail is Aii Otle a via a latino of tie or Liu Aiice. Council called attention of he chief of police both to tie cows and the practice a get playing Hall in tie Street and in trusted him to it a a a that both Liu sauces in a abated. The billowing Hills we approved for payment ror it Gulf depart Man i d. L. Amp w. Railroad $15 37 regular employees a a Quot it b h. Brown. 8.0 1 morning no Ives. 10.00 Silver Spring Quarry co 00.03 labor and hauling a 03 Hoover Bros. 11 00 ii. Rupp 10.50 Creasy amp Wells .100.00 Ellis rank. 3.oo labor on so a. 313. A i water department. A Guiar employees 10.05 s. J. Wei liver i.5s Haines. Jone a a a adm re cd 1j.1h� h u re it p Litton 34i mrs. J. H. Detweiler of Nanticoke and mrs William Dewald of a Lii a shiny spent sunday at the i oink not w. I. Arter Imper township. Or .f�11111 Kraut of Berwick spent sunday with her daughter mrs. Rich and Metherell lower Mulberry Street. Dav id surver old Montandon six edit sunday at tie Home of Wiliam Hendrickson Riverside. Mrs. John g. Brown of Meriden Conn., with in to two children Marion and Jack is visiting relatives in this City. H i. Mcdonald of new York City spent sunday at Castle Grove. Wellington Rote left for Philadelphia yest Eulav in response to news a it of the death of his Nephew Leroy Sohlor. Mrs. Celeste Gearhart last evening return d Homo from a visit in Milton. W. B. Rhodes arrived in this City last evening from Natchez miss. Or a i of h Royer and daughter Lii in returned from Toronto Ana la. Mrs. J. L buyer o Harrisburg is visiting relatives in this City. Miss in i Row a has returned from a several w a visit with relatives at Lindsay Canada. Mrs. N. F. Leaver with her Little so i at Riv i hone l is evening after a visit with relatives near Bellefonte. A. M Comphell of Syracuse n. V., who an d the funeral a of his lather. Duncan Camphell near klines Grov on sunday accompanied by his family returned Horny yesterday. I it j. 1.vilei of Bloomsburg trails acted business in this City yesterday. Mrs. Amanda Everhart it it of Dewart is the guest of mrs. J. H. Eye Ray lower Mulberry strut. William in. Uson,esq., of Williamsport i in suting r. L Dunn in co., was in this City yesterday. O. Long of Benton circulated in this City yesterday. Mrs. Shoemaker of Washingtonville in Spei irling a few plays in Bloomsburg. Or. Mac of a mme a left Yosti re Lav for Philadelphia. Ezra Hendricks returned on tuesday est Ning from a trip to Virginia. Mrs. George brawn of South Danville visited friends in Sunbury yesterday. Ralph Souik left yesterday for Berwick. Rev. E. B Dunn spent yesterday in Lewisburg. Edward f. Williams was a visitor in Lewisburg yesterday. Mrs. Harry Pope return to Bristol yest Eulav after a visit at the Motterud Home East Market a Fri it. Mis Florence Bealy returned to new Vork Eirv yester Lay after a visit with mrs. H Wyle a re ass keys place. Samuel Bailey transacted business in Sunbury yesterday. Or. And mrs. William Minier left yest Nlay for a visit with relatives in Harrisburg. Louis Evans transacted business in Lewisburg yesterday. Charles r. Slice liar left for Pitcairn m a Pittsburg yesterday. Miss Annie Nungesser returned to Dewart a a St re Lay after a Vit with friends in this City. Harry Griffin left Fogt a it. Cart Lvi Ste Day. Or. And mrs. F. G. Peters visit my tri ii. Is in Sun Bury yesterday. Mrs. E. G. Wertman and mrs. B. C. Diehl of this City attended commence in it exercises at Bloomsburg a a Star Day. O. M. Hays of Hartleton James c. Brown of Bloomsburg and George w. West of this it Ity expert i by William a a a , at torm a were in Anthony township Yc-11 Day attending an arbitration in a dispute among some Farmers As to land Boundary. J i. Cause l Rasoft rred. A t Essie a of court a i held on Siim Lav morning. a s. V i Homp Seti Ami a rank a. Bhe wer on the Bench. The liquor License Ltd Samuel t la Ltd in i in l v. A. Inv i i w i t to Ferre from the opt a Houst Broek East Mahoning Street Tolu Ohi St my Mill on mint a 11 stir it. Clairl a r Slu Chart a App not a guardian for Luery Tia Rhodes tin minor a Hild of Harry Rhode a erased. H i i h it tin w a dog of miss Mary e. Hurt or this City Ami William Heddings of i Nion t orm i a Soh mini d Friday night at s o clock at tin Home it a Arthur , Nasau str a it Riv. A. I l re Olfie iat d and tin ceremony was witnessed by a Large company of fronds. The Hii la was .-111e11d�?� i Hymi a Ida Ros and Mearles if Ltd it of Kly Surg a to Al As Best in in. A Liin we it ling supper was served its 11 it it lit express lie Oiler id a Ompha v i a id a quarters is to tin .1 a big lit i of i below i in office removed tin United stat s of s or n removed from opposite tin it Para dry store a ism a he ii. Smith on Mill 11121v. Tin in for ii main i re a Shan of sort Man will it alter All visiting their old Home. Tin Rev. And mrs. E a. Bishop father and Moth r with girl whose i ill int Wah Irin i at tin stake near Wilmington Ril it tuns Lay morning i d through Williamsport yest Roay Oil their Way to their old Home in me Kean a a i a. Tin terrible excite Mot a i m i i it upon the Louching so Altre cd mrs. Bishop that Law Asdieian de Best to take her from the scene for a time and it was decided to go to her former lion in Mckean county. They left Wilmington late tuesday afternoon Ami passed through Williamsport on one of the or dumsday morning trains on tin Pennsylvania. From the w window in in r Home mrs. Bishop saw tin mob Selling fire to the pile of Wood on which White the negro was burned. Sin had been attracted to tin window by the shouts a a i the Moh. What she saw was too much for her and sin swooned. During tin Day tin Rev. Or. Bishop decided to Tik Quot in r to her former Home. Death of Frank g. Kerscher. Frank a. Kerscher died at the William i Ort Hospital Fri Dave night atom no lieu no blight s i ease aged i year. Frank a perhaps better known to the people cd Danville As in was employed As janitor i Ami All around Nan at t he opera House i Lor twelve year in 1 s a j in left this i11 i a i a i i i i position it tin i in my ohm a House Williamsport where in a Sun resided. The entire corps of teachers who taught in tin Public schools of the Borough last year wore re elected for the ensuing term at the regular meet ing cof the school Board monday night. Before presenting a list of teachers rec amended tor Fin various positions or. Harpel of the committee on teachers and certificates stated that at its last meeting the committee had passed a Resolution suggesting that the titles of first assistant and second assistant in the High school to abolished and that henceforth the first of these be known As teacher of the department of science and mathematics and the second As teacher of the department of history and English. The new instructor rendered necessary by tin Extension of the curriculum Accord ing to the recommendation would be known As the teacher of the com Mereial course. The above recommendations on motion were adopted by the Board. Beyond the regular schedule increase Wlinich affects hut few this year an Advance of salary was Rosconi Moit ded for hut one position that of music teacher which was raised from $35 to $40 per month. In this matter also the View of the committe prevailed with the Board and the salary was increased As recommended. Following is the result of the election High , j. C. Carey 1st assistant i. N. Die Feu Baeher 2nd assistant mrs. E. A. Coulter. Grammar schools. A first Musselman second Ward c. A. Schaeffer third Ward e. B. Barnett. Senior secondary. A first Ward Rose a Gallagher second Ward Sara Pritchard third Ward Rachel Goodall fourth Ward l Melissa Bloom. Fourth Ward Winifred Evans second Ward Mary Welsh third Ward Elsie m. Wilson fourth Ward Tillie James. Third Grade. A first Ward Jeanette Pickard second Ward Alice guest third Ward Blanche Lawrio fourth Ward m. Alice Bird. Second Grade. A first Ward Martha Keim second Ward Mary Williams third Ward Sara k. Wilson fourth Ward. Harriet Fry. First Prim Ary. First Ward Sara Cunningham second Ward Viola Young Ali ii d Ward Jennie Lawrence fourth Ward Nellie Gregory. Mixed Ward m. Jennie Lovett fourth Ward Kathryn he Juetts. Miss Elfreida Weiss was re elected As teacher of music owing to the additional Stork re Quirck by the addition Ltd of the Annex the salary of the janitor in the first Ward was raised from $35 to$4h. Positions were filled As follows Ward Robert g. Miller second Ward Daniel Pensyl third Ward John 1. Let ter fourth Ward Calvin Eggert Welsh Hill Atherine a Rimes. Truant officer a William e. Young. The committee reported that there was no applicant for the i it Osi Tiou of Supply teacher. Superintendent Gordy explained that none had been examined this yeat which showed that none were eligible. He thought however that there was plenty of time and that one would yet apply. The question of reopening the grammar school in the fourth Ward was brought up and discussed at some length. Messes. Orth and Greene took the View that it was unjust to keep it closed As among the pupils of the third Ward grammar school the larger number we re from the fourth Ward. In the discussion which followed it was urged that upon the closing of the fourth Ward grammar school in the Effort to Cut Iua Lize things it was decided to Send pupils from tie third Ward to Tom first Ward grammar school so that even though the majority of the pupils in the third Ward grammar school did come from the fourth Ward it had no weight in the premises. At any rate it was urged the present Date is too late to agitate the to opening of the grammar school when the finances have been arranged for the ensuing year and there arc no provisions made for meeting the salary of an additional grammar school teacher. The question was put to a vote however and lost by the following vote yeast Orth Greene and von Bloom. Nays Hancock Harpel Pursel Keefer Burns Byerly Fischer and a . John l. Evans declined to vote. On motion it was decided that a joint meeting of the abhors and directors he held on monday night the 2jtli inst. It was the sense of the Board that the teachers Are it excusable for being absent in any number at this meeting which is re quirk a by the school Law. Last year hut seven teachers were pro int at the joint meeting and to the end that a larger representation in on hand next monday night the Secretary was Ruoc Stoml to communicate with each member of the corps and urge upon them tin necessity of being present. Huckleberries for typhoid according to a Philadelphia doctor buckle Herry juice is an excellent cure for top had of a Var. Passes away Lynll mistake Christian Lahach a leading Citize n of Danville departed this 111 Mon a Lav Forenoon. His death which incurred at 11 45 of clock was entirely and caused great Surpris a about town. But few were aware that he was ill. Although of advanced years in was known to he a Man vigor who generally enjoyed remark Able health. The cause of death was an attack of pneumonia super induced by a cold contracted during a visit to the Imp sewer on thursday. He was considered quit ill Oil sunday hut a fatal termination at least so soon was not anticipated by the family. His end was peaceful sleeping he passed from life to death. At his bed Side when the end occurred were his son George and three daughters mrs. Pierce mis. Jameson and mrs. Wood Christian Lahach was 87 years of age i. He was born at Benton Columbia county feh Mary 32, 181during his boyhood he clerked in a store at Orangeville. In 1837 when 21 years of age he came to Danville. He entered the employment of Peter Bald clerking in his Large general store until 1845, the year in which the Iron works were started when seeing the business opportunities that presented themselves he opened a store of ins own on Mill Street on the site now occupied by r. L. Marks. In 1849 he built the Block on Mill Street at tie d. L. Amp w. Crossing which is associated with his Long business career. Here in 1850 lie opened his store continuing at one staud fifty years until 1900, when lie retired. His business career comprised fifty five consecutive years and is probably unsurpassed if a Quale by any in Danville. Or. Laubach never sought Public office nevertheless lie served in the Borough Council and was elected to the office of chief Burgess filling the latter position about 1850. He was nearly a life Long member of or. Pants m. K. Church. At the time of his death lie was the oldest Man in the congregation and he had been a member the longest number of years. His charities and gifts to tin Church were very Large. A Man of excellent judgment Aud of Ripe business experience his views on matters of a finance connected with the Church As Well As on matters relating to the general management were eagerly sought up to the Day of his death. The deceased was a widower his wife dying thirteen years ago. He is survived by five children mrs. Emma Woods mrs a. W. Pierce mrs. Charles Jameson and George Laubach of this City and mrs. Ellen Roto of Philadelphia. He was the last survivor Aud the youngest of a family of twelve children. A brother George Laubach and a sister mrs. Polly Ikeler of three Rivers Michigan both died at an advanced age the former at 9 j years and the latter at 90. By tiny time it has by a nun to ppr Rit that the Only Lutfi action in Dunvill on july 4th will a a the firem n a Pinic which will he Field at do with Park under tin auspices of the Fie id ship fire company arrangements Are h my rapidly a i felted and from present indication the picnic will he a ing All air. In addition Tolu two Gam a of it i Ball Between Danville and Spring id the program of sport Inelus a shooting match a Hose coupling n to St open to All Fitten ii. A wheelbarrow race a sack race a pie eating n to to and a Nail driving ont to. T. Last named open to it women Only. Not the least of the novel tie in the line of amusements will he climbing a greased pole there will he dancing during the entire Day and evening. A Good hand will he in attendance besides an or Chestra to furnish music for the dancing. Soft drinks will he for Sab along with refreshments consisting of in Cream sandwiches fruit it no an admission fee of ten cents will be charged which will entitle All who enter to a Chance on Valdahl Gar prizes. A general invitation i extended to the Public to attend the picnic. As it is the Only event in Danville on the fourth the Friendship boys a look ing Forward to a Liberal patronage and in arranging for the picnic arc building Broad and deep so that nothing May he found wanting should the whole town turn out. The picnic will wind up with a grand display of fire works it up from tin Park. Farm nigh of v All death Wing Stu und i to night Aud was or on r a fill by Lite or corred at the it a Short die a rat Friday it Ali Vidri Omni a a Monty re it in car being i who was lit arose in the my the Bou Jam ii. Id to ii a ii is tie the ii son in a a a or h i k aids of her son cd to his Home children s Day observed. Children a Day at Trinity lutheran Church was observed sunday. A very interesting program was prepared which was Rendell in a Way that could not fail to please. The auditorium was very nicely decorated with daisies Fern amp a. A feature of the a a a raises was Tom processional hymn a a Onward Christian soldiers a which was rendered by the sunday school Over three Hundred in number As it marched into the auditorium. After the scripture Les of and the apostles Creed were recited there was a prayer by the pastor. Hui us no. 283 was Sung by the congregation. Recitations were re a Der a by miss Ella Snyder Marie Roney and Ernest Konev. A a the pennies we give was very nicely rendered by a Iii it Little girls. There was also a recitation by four Little girls. An Anthem was Sung by the choir in addition to which there was singing by the primary school. Solos were rendered by miss Marie Fetterman Ethel Foust and Helen Chesnut. The pastor. Rev. L. D. Ulrich thu Levored an a dress Propri Atu to the occasion. Death of a former resident. A Telegram was received in tiny City tuesday conveying news of tin death of Leroy Sechler son of mrs. Anna r Sechler which occurred at Philadelphia yesterday morning. The de a ased was Horn in this City and lived Here until some Sevcu years ago. Mis father was Janies c. Sechler the Well known druggist who died about 1890. Leroy was in poor health for several years his ailment being consumption. Just prior to his death in was planning to Conn to Danville to take up his residence in Hunter s Park when lie thought he might he a ii Elitta Al by the pure air and life among the Pink a. He was too far gone however and had not tin strength to make tin trip Leroy was about 20 years of a it he is survived by his wife a brother Percy and his Mother. Wellington Rote of this City 1� an Uriele a if tin a la ceased. Death of George w. Miller. The death of George w Miller occurred last night at m 30o Eloy a at tin Lioun of his parents i. And mrs. Charles s. Miller Railroad it treet. After a few weeks ill lies a i he de a a Eil was in years of age. Do notice a it the funeral will he give in school supplies for Zomina year. Some idea of what supplies Are consumed by the Danville school District each year May he gleaned from the below. These Are tin supplies for which bids Are invited for the coming Yar. Tin number of articles vary Little each twelve month. The method employed by the Supply committee of the school Board in to prepare a schedule of supplies need 1. And Send it to the different Supply houses of Wlinich there Are Many As Well As to local dealers and ask Fogt a bids with samples. In due time the committee meets examines Sample and bids and award contracts. committee composed of messes. Orth Hancock Burns Aud Byerly will meet tonight for this purpose. For hygienic reasons As Well As a Protection to the Hooks 8500 Book covers will he required. 75 Gross Lead pencils will be used probably not All consumed in the Sharp Niue process but some at satisfy the Pang of hunger of that class of youth who gnaw their Pencil ends. Sixty dozen penholder Twenty five Gross pins 140gross Black Board crayons and 25� Quot slate pencils will also a needed. In order to properly make use of these writing instruments 5100 Pencil tablets,800 spelling tablets 1400 writing tablets 10 dozen composition Hooks As Well As 425 packages of Loos sheets and 150 packages of Manilla paper will he ordered. To obliterate the errors that Are bound to occur 70 dozen Pencil Era ers 10 dozen Black Board erasers and 1000 sponges will be provided to teach the Young of Danville How to draw straight lines 900 rulers will be furnished. To Aid in smearing hands and faces and staining clothing ten Gallons of Ink will be necessary. Other miscellaneous needs Are 35 dozen blackboard Iki inters 25 boxes rubber bands 25 boxes brass fasten a 1000 envelopes 30 boxes binders Hect graph Ink and paper slates weaving Needles note Hooks the Etc. Wheeling on the sidewalk. Wheelman it seems Are forgetting the Orioli sauce which prohibits Riding upon the sidewalks. Pedestrians on East Market Street Between Church Street and the structural tubing work Are put to much Inco Uvenio no i by bicycles which race along the pave Lieut As though the latter were intended for that purpose. It in singular that such thoughtless conduct should he indulged in at a time such As tin present when the rules governing cycling Are thoroughly und re to it i arrests Mav follow big Mill Busy. The bar Mill at the Reading Iron works which was Idle tor i w so is in operation again tin w a k Tkv a by department about the Plant i Busy at present with Row pm i to a if r mailing so unless it i with the \ caption of a few clays about the fourth of july w in ii a shut do own May a a or for the Pur Post of making a cum my h deeded repair goes on the pension list. Samuel King an employee of the car shops at Sunbury. I july let will he to South Dan ill by tin pm nne Vivama company to a a i As i Ngi Iier a at the water tank j a Largo who i next w do a Lay. A on the pension or retired hot. Hav ing re Allied the limit a if seventy rear or. Large has Lwy eur in the employ a it of the Pennsylvania Railroad company for sixth ii in Fhy very near future he will remove to Heseop. Where in owns a Nice Houis in he prayers tor rain were More than effectual. Abraham he Norn Kou a a Church turd a morning wlm a d this City that to la air it they immediately a a in of the tragedy on r mailed at the bed Lut tin father Retura on saturday eve Mug As he paid for it ugh this City in a interviewed when the facts a follow relating to the affair to a Learned the Woodruff family if would its i in have Fin in full liar of trouble and misfortune. In addition to the terrible Mistak made by tin son of the family which May Cost an Inu Ltd edit Young Man his life the Mother for a ight year i has h in an invalid while tin father l undergoing treat my of at the Hospital for tin insane the terrible affair of Friday night fall upon the family with crushing Ford and their deep sorrow makes them the object of nearly As much sympathy a in the victim of tie cruel bulk t mrs. Woodruff occupies a room on the first floor. The son Elmer a boy about seventeen years of age sleep in a room adjoining. By the Imd Side within easy reach of mrs Woodruff i a Small by to which sin rings when a be wishes to summon any of the family on Friday night about 12 of clock Elmer was awakened by his Mother a Bell. Proco Ting to her room he food her much excited. There was some one out Ide the hour a. She Aid Aud tin thoughts of both instinctively turned to burglars. Robberies had been numerous m that Vicinity and that daring i exploits of the gang operating in the Vicinity of Lewisburg were fresh upon their mind. Through the window the figure of a Man could lie discerned in the darkness he was approaching door at his heels As he trod Over the Board walk followed tin House and acting a dug of the quieter sort do when resenting the intrusion of a stranger. Believing that Thev were about to in robbed and too Curvous and excited to act coolly Elmer flew for his revolver a 32 calibre one and at the very Moun it when the Mau outside placed his baud in i the door Knob in took aim at the closed door and pulled tin trigger. Elmer stood Only a foot or so from the do Jor and the Bullet Tore through the panel As through that much paper and entered the body of tin individual outside the second Slud was fired when the door opened and the Manfu la into the room. As the lamplight fell upon his face a exclamation a of horror arose from the Mother and son it was Herbert Hendrickson their faithful Aud obliging farm hand who had ans a fro i his bed. The Bullet had pierced his breast about three inches above the heart. He Lay on the Fly or mucous Cious Pale and bleeding. Neighbors Wen quickly ailed is while Elmer mounted ins a Wittet horse Aud Rod to Klys in org for or Al Lis ii. When the physio Ian arrived he found the patient a Rill unit on Cioa and very Low from the effects of the Shock there was scarcely any heart Arf Tou and the body \ a a becoming Ltd old. The ready re a our a a of the doctor proved availing and in the course a of a few hours the Young Mau rallied consider ably. A a or Allison Call s of this City and ask him attly a Wax Druff to an noon for con Paul a was seen of hiking the a ant. White saturday Forenz de up or. Paul Ltd that in meet i Horny during Thea ult at Ion. Or. Return to town Young Man s could Iii to. Up Nav in it Necea the Bull t rated a be locate it. Deemed presi it. Left lung a Herbert w in coming. Through or door of Whu walk. She want Ltd of she heard in hand up it t the. Room vex Bullet if. Re. It h in mistake f warily f Atal a t is still in t a Ruff very grave one a body. It Pene in diff ult to iraqi ii it a pro a be for it at by is that the r the Hall. Frolov night had r a in a room the pin atm by to car it is or he even the in the Ere a Only for i the to oaf Ini when he using when i lie had Hito re enter in by fhe Van shot Union is slow ii my no web Ped Tangman the in let the \ a a to carafe or in rein or. T to tie injury re moved a Isfan e. Rry ballets a fitly Litell

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