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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - March 31, 1904, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for lie Home l he circulation of this paper is in creasing rapidly it a ill pay Yon to advertise in the Amk Kicas subscription $1 per year i it. Irving 11. .1kn sings Dan t 1st. Iff i i a ours save by adv a this country will no Var be entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own productions. Danville. 1�a. Thursday March 21 1�mn-. Vol. 4d--n 13. Established in 1855 Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher an a ounces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to Axente in the neatest manner Job printing of adult Intis Artel description an i is my at. Log .1/ v. To i a. .1/ a Mill sr., on n Rill. An Industry is asst kit / f <4111 1.17. M. In a 4�?T_�?T5 m11 i. Sr., 11 Nevii a. Diseases of tit Stoi Ciarli and i Suppi i. It v it it. W. In. . Dentist Ofemi 21 s Mii i St Kkt. Neil extra a a without in Ain. T Row to Mui Uriel work a Hpe Talty. Etil pm to i. It tin test and most improved lust rum a so i i pro fared a a Exee Tetlie most taif Liepolt work. Do c. I. R a , n1 to Tim Horo Urli Council hold an adjourned meet Init Friday take to notion on to Resolution provi King for Tom lawful notification of tin Pul lie in re gar1 to ill proposed action of Council relating to Street Pav Iii. The president stated the object of the riveting after which the following Resolution on motion Reifsnyder and seconded by David f Palm branches Gibson was adopted resolved that at least ten Days notice by not less than ten handbills posted on the Lino of Mill Street he duly Given that the town Council of Danville will meet in the Council chamber on wednesday april 6tli Palm a a urday yesterday was of i a served in several of our clip Robes w Ith special services. It i.-. The sunday in a ext before easter Ami commemorates our Saviours triumphal entry into Jeru Salem when the people Cut Down the Palm branches and strewed them in his Way. In the Catholic and Epis of George j Copal churches a couling to custom by David j Palm branches Are presented to the members of the congregation and these Are carried to the Homes. At Trinity lutheran Church a class of seventeen was confirmed sunday morning. Rev. L. D. Ulrich the pastor preached a Sermon appropriate to occasion from Joshua 24-25 a will iu., it Aurilie in a. Istre ii. Ill 11� modern a Ai d fables re it Icilee charges work guaranteed my news. I l fools Day next. To lights Are turnip g to faster. Drayman will he Busy this week a twill be Lively in moving circles to week. L ister Dei orations adorn Trio store Vav windows. I is and b citric Ligier Dills Are growing Mailer the Hase Lull uni ire is practising h vocal Muscles. A great Many people will he Good this week Horn Nec Etsity. While the Frost is coming out of the ground and the atmosphere is Damp is the worst rime for people to stand still outdoor unless they Are seeking for grip rheumatism and Kindred ills. Some Young men arc now As completely absorbed in the makeup of the has a Hall Tea is As mod Young women Are in the m Ike up of their easter bonnets. A crossing the Yalu must be a pastime with the russians if we May believe the daily reports from the far East. Shau Okiu Council has met in special session with the health Hoard to Lav plans to Cope with the smallpox which has seized an alarmingly Large number in that Borough. A party of officials of tin i e. Amp w. Railroad representing the i Aivor Taniou Aud building mid Bridges departments Are engaged in the animal Spring inspection a f 111 Road a task which will occupy some Days As the tour will comp i a tie entire system from Hoboken to Ruff Alo and the various branches. The West has been receiving an Over plus of wind rain and Hood. Some portion of to e country it seems is always soft tin from hie elements. There Are sign that the faster hat May look something like a Muff. A Winter lingers in the Lap of Spring a which is impolite it not actually immodest. Y. M. C. A. Easter services will he held in the Hall sunday afternoon at 2 30 of clock. Rev. H. Cd Harman will deliver the address. This will be a mixed meeting and All Are cordially invited. It is predicted by naturalists that Farmers will nor be plagued with potato bugs next summer As most of the pests hive he n Frozen to death. The Frost exceeded two or three feet in the ground during tin Winter. It May be More difficult to bottle fort Arthur than to nub Ottle another Brand of port that is usually held by a Cork. L i i. Lap ail the russians May be equally adept in Arcoui plish aug the latter. There a Consolation in tin thought that when Winter lets go its hold Spring m in come to stay. Rut the transition period May he so prolonged that the jump is ill he directly into Bummer. We have had another Al Rod but Hope it is the last for this year. Floods have been entirely a too Imper Cipiti this season. The Rural mail carriers importance is recognized. His salary is advanced to #720 a year by the action of the House of representatives last week in which no doubt tin seimt1 will concur. 8 of clock for the purpose of hearing objections trom anyone to i in proposition to pave with vitrified paving Brick and to properly curb that portion of Mill Street from the Northern end Entrance to the Bridge Over tin Susquehanna River in the first Ward to the Northern building line of a enter Street and to also then and there consider the propriety of the a Sage of a certain proposed ordinance i Ovidiu for such curbing and paving and to assess a portion of tin cods thereof on the owners of property abutting on Aid portion of Mill Street and provid a aug for the collection of such portion i of such Cost &<., pursuant to tin petition now on fib among the records of the said Borough requesting the a Sage of such ordinance and at which said place and time All persons May attend and be heard. A communication was received from George f. Keefer of suit buy in which he stated that to would accept the position of to rough Surveyor to which he was elected at the previous meeting. The following members were present Davis. Reifsnyder Vastine Royer. Dietrich Lloyd David Gibson and Joseph Gibson. At the i a choose Vou will serve. A a Rev. Ulrich this Day whom be preached his regular the directors of the Hoard of Trade held a meeting in Council chamber last evening. The session was a special one called to consider a proposition relating to a new Industry which our readers will be glad to learn is practically assured. The object of the meeting was explained by j. H. Goeser president who stated that during a few weeks past he Lias been in correspondence with some men who desire to bring a shoe manufacturing business to Danville. All that is asked of our citizen is that they furnish a suitable building to tin new Industry. The product it the factory is workingmen a shoes a specially being minors shoes. The object in seeking a new Loca Rion is to get nearer to the Market. It Palm sunday Tii Iii at evening Sel i Well established an 1 paying oui acting As his text. Or. Luke 19-41 Aud Ness in a Liue of goods that Nee is no 42 a and when he came near he introduction Aud Are goods that Are beheld the City and wept Over it. Always in demand. Or. Goeser exit thou Hadst known even planned that to has implicit confide. Filtered and unfiltered water. The water of the North Branch saturday which was a mixture of mud Coal dirt and Oil was a fair rival of the traditional Schuylkill wat r. Which much Ottlie time is sail to he too dirty to Bathe in. It is at such times As this that a filter Plant Isa Boon thai makes life Worth living in a town that is obliged to take its drinking water from a River polluted As Are Trio Susquehanna and Schuylkill. Our own Plant never More thoroughly demons rated its Ellic Eucy than in the present emergency. Notwithstanding the foul Judit Ion of the River saturday the water drawn from the hydrant was of the Clear and Crystal variety that is associated with the bubbling Springs on the Mountain Side. Many people were impressed with the excellent results achieved by the filter Plaut among them Heing m. 11. Schram in whose Sto e window were displayed two Large jars one filled Vith unfiltered water As it was pumped from the River into the settling tank and the other with Clear water As it issued from the filter Plant. The contrast was most a liking and doubtless served tor the first time to awaken Many persons to a full realization of what is a Omi listed by our filter Plant its importance As an Agency for promoting health and the prestige that in must give to our town in the estimation of strangers. Meeting Oruo duty committee. Trio Republican county committee of Montour held a meeting in the grand jury room at Trio court Houe on saturday Forenoon for tin purpose of electing a Delegate to Tho Republican state convention and transacting some other matters. Coutv chairman Janie a Foster presided at the meeting. S. A. Mccoy Aud j. 11. Woodside were chosen Secretary c. W. Cook of Valley township i elected Delegate to the St a a convention which meets at Harrisburg on wednesday april 6lli. Daniel Marks was chosen As alternate. A series of resolutions were submitted for the government of tie Republican party in Montour county which we re duly considered and on motion recommended tor adoption at the next county convention. Saying thou at l East at this Day the things which belong unto thy peace but now they Are hid from thine there was a Good sized congregation present at both morning and evening services. At Shiloh reformed Church there were Palm sunday services at 10 30 a. M. When a class of Tell won confirmed two persons being received on re profession. The Sermon preached by Theka a. George e. Limbert pastor on the Occas Ion was founded on second corinthians 5th chapter and 15th verse a and he died for All that they which live should no longer live unto themselves hut unto him who for their Sakes died Aud Rose again. A Christ died for All. This fact indicates his great love for fallen Man. Christ loved is to the uttermost and thus revealed How aug Nous god is to save us. Christ died for is which implies that he died As our representative giving his life As a Ransom for our redemption thereby becoming what we usually term a your lord a a the word a lord embraces the idea of ownership and authority. He purchased is with his precious blood. The second part of the Sermon mated of the purpose of Christ a death Pennsylvania a an our obligation to him As lord. The Point emphasized was that we should no longer live unto our clues. Men live unto themselves first when they make their own will instead of gods will the ruling principle of their life. Such men do not utter the constant prayer a thy will tie a what Wilt thou have me do a hut live to gratify the flesh the senses to enjoy this temporal life men live unto themselves lieu they make them selves the Center of their Eloit when they do not sufficiently consider the needs of others but always consider themselves first and others last if at All. This characterizes the sinful state of All men by their fallen nature. We Are to live unto tie lord. This is done when we love him in return for his great love Lor us when to live a life of thankfulness unto him for redeeming us when we serve him obeying All his we Are not to serve him however because of fear or of necessity hut to reuder unto the lord a willing cheerful Loving thankful service. The Christian life is preeminently is life of consecrated service. Not our own personal salvation Only is to to taken into consideration. A Christian life is a service unto the lord in his kingdom. We Are under obligation to Render unto him our very Best even that which implies sacrifice. We Are saved to Ever to help others to do Christ a bidding that we May to leaven in the Community that we May he lights in the world Aud the Salt of the Earth. The choir rendered an appropriate Anthem with excellent effect. There was a Large congregation present. Euce both in the Industry and the boroughs ability to handle the proposition. He had written to the firm he said and secured an option on the Industry. It now Only remained for the Board of Trade to sustain him by adopting a Resolution looking to the raising of tin Money require i. A general discussion ensued. The present capacity of the Plaut is 125 pairs per Day 20 hands and upwards being employed. The old knitting Mill Ort West Center Street at once suggested itself As of sufficient capacity to accommodate the business. It is dilapidated at present it is True hut it could he put into first class shape at a trifling Cost. Indeed it was figured out that $500 would be the limit of Money that would Mel to he raised. The members were unanimous in the above conclusions and on motion a Resolution was adopted requesting tin Secretary to solicit subscriptions trom our citizens. It was explained that it was the intention of tin management to increase the output As soon As practicable and to add a line of finer shoes. Tvs a matter of health akin6 powder absolutely pure there is no substitute will preach one More Sermon. The news that Rev. H c. Harman had been transferred from St. Paul a to Milton was received with a great Deal of regret in Danville Rev. Harman adds to his standing and ability As a minister of the g dispel social qualities of a very High order and he it personally popular with All our Citi is his place at St. Paul a however is to he very ably filled. A v. Simpson b. Evans who Emu s from Milton is a mail like or , still on the sunny Side of Middle life and one who enjoys a Fin a r i Cias a zealous hard working mini ter Rev. Emry j. Swartz who succeed a Rev. In j. Allen at Riverside w is transferred from for Eland himself and Rev. Alien merely making an Exchange As was the Case with Rev. Harman and Rev Evans each of the Pren diera will occupy his old pulpit next sunday for the last. A pathetic incident recalled. H. P. Harris an undertaker of Bulle Fonte arrived in this City yesterday on an errand which recalls a very sad event that occurred Here eleven years ago. On september 18th, 1892, which was a sunday miss Martha e. Kellar a Lovely Young lady of Bellefont who was i guest at the deep Homestead East Market of diphtheria. Trio disease was of the most malignant of Cape and ran its coarse in a Day or so. The Young lady died on sunday morning and owing to the nature of the disease was buried in the afternoon of the same Day. Interment taking place in the Deu lot in the episcopal cemetery. There was something inexpressibly sad about the occurrence a Happy visit terminating abruptly m death which necessitated an immediate burial private in its nature the deceased being Cut off from the last Loving service of relatives and friends or. Harris has come to this City to remove the remains of miss Kellar to Bell Toute where they will he interred in the Union cemetery. Harry Kellar esq.,of Bellefont a a surviving brother of the unfortunate Young woman who died under such sad or it no Danices. Nathan Rosenthal one of the men interested in the new shoe manufacturing Industry which it is proposed to being to Danville arrived in this City yesterday to look Over the ground. He brought with him samples of the shoes manufactured which constitute several kinds. Or. Rosenthal 01�.����?��� 1� a a a. Knitting Mill and took the same View As the Board of Trade that if properly repaired it could he made to answer the purpose for the present until the business was ready to expand. The Hoard of Trade in turn was Well pleased with the samples of the shoes manufactured which Are mostly of the Hob Nail variety. The Success of the Enterprise now wholly depends upon whether or not the Money can be raised required for the repairs on the old knitting Mill a him now estimated at $600 Sam. A Mccoy Secretary of the Board of Trade pursuant to action taken at the meeting monday night started out yesterday to solicit subscriptions. He met with fairly Good Success hut there is still a considerable margin to cover before the Industry is assured. The option expires on monday and whatever is done to raise the $600 will have to be done quickly. After the building is secured what help is needed to put the Industry on its feet will come from local capitalists. One or More parties from Asli Laud practical shoe manufacturers will also take a hand in the Enterprise. There really seems to be an Opi it or Tuu Ity Here to secure a new Industry which in time will Benefit the town very much. It is Worth bearing in mind that it was in the same Humble building in the Flat that the stocking factory now a permanent and important Industry of our town had its birth. The shots which form the product in the present instance have been on the Market for Vears and meet with a steady demand. Labor saving machinery is employed in their manufacture Aud they can be turned out. At a minimum com. All the conditions arc favourable for tie growth of a prosperous Industry should our Board of Trade be successful in bringing the shoe business to Danville. Rev. E. R. Dunn pastor of tin United evangelical Church was ? visitor 111 Lewisburg yesterday. Thomas Evans was in Sun Bury yesterday. Or. And mrs. James Oglesby were visitors in Bloo Rasburg yesterday. Mrs. W. A. Bowyer visited friends in Bloomsburg yesterday. W. Ii. Neely of Williamsport and j. E. Pague of Bloomsburg presenting the Scranton correspondence schools Are spending this week in Danville. They have placed a neat exhibit in the window of the Goss Barber shop. Carl Mcwilliams was in Bloomsburg v Ste Day. Theo. R. Angle arrived Home from Lehigh University yesterday. Mrs. Rodney Pierce of Pittsburg is visiting her parents or. An i mrs. Uei Rig Waskius Center Street. W. 11. Vastine of Catawissa spent several hours in this City yesterday. Oscar Alexander of Bloomsburg transacted business in this City yesterday. Or. And mrs. G. W. Layers returned to Pottsville yesterday after a visit at the Home of Louis Street. Landlord Oliver Drumheller of the hotel Oliver was in Banbury yesterday. J. A. Roach of Johnstown formerly employed at the Danville Bessemer Mills was in town yesterday. Or. And mrs. Miles Plauck of Potts Ville Are visiting relatives in this City. P. A. Vasou and wife c f new York Are guests at the Home of Henry Rempe Walnut Street. Mrs. O. H. Ostrander Riverside is recovering trom a several months illness. F. Parsel Angle will arrive Home from Lehigh University this morning to spend his easter vacation with his part its or. And mrs. F. C. Angles East Market Street. A. I. Nelson of Reading transacted business in this City yesterday. Or. Ami i. James Logan or. Aud mrs. Frank Logan of Williamsport and or. Aud mrs Henry Logan of Newberry were visitors at tie state h of i d f a 1 y e s t e Day. Benjamin Gaskins of Suu Hury was a visitor in i if accounts will he settled today. Tin fact May not have occurred to most people tint Good Friday Falls on april 1st this year and that As a coast quortice tin general settling of accounts which customarily takes place on the first of april will have to he attended to before or after that Date. During an interview with a local Batik r yesterday it was Learned that tin View taken by business men generally is that All accounts should be settled on today. This is because the Day following Good Friday is a half Holiday and tie Day succeeding that sunday a circumstance which makes it impossible to enforce payment on paper falling duo 011 the first of april until the fourth of month. By common consent therefore Day will he the time elected Lor annual settling up and the Bankers sex poet to be kept Busy. The to Tho buried Friday. John p. Keefer Walnut Street whose death occurred monday night will he buried on Friday at 2 p. In. Interment will take place in Fairview cemetery. The deceased was 56 years of age Aud is survived by his wife and five children mrs Albert Ashton. Mrs. Joseph Fosnot mrs. W. H. Wyant miss Carrie Aud Roger Keefer the two latter residing at Horn. A we miss thee from our Home dear father. We miss thee from thy place. A Shadow Over our life is cast. We miss thy shining face. We miss thy kind and willing hand thy fond and Earnest care. On a Home is dark without thee we gifts thee i. X. Officers Ehlt a Rier 10 new dwelling. Or. O. H. Reynolds has i oud for a new dwelling on Square it will in a Frame building j ate Rios and attic High. Casper fill the. Vacancy Cau broke Mark i Itle flt. La 1 o. Ltd. \ a Leif in tue. V Ico la. No Alii ii in Iii Ali. To i a Lei Iver Wius a 1 s t 11 m m .1 if la i,., be i preset no lit of lit Quot first on Molny iliac actor to t to Dis Rohil icis tin Cunt not a it i it v tin it 1 it at ii of i i. I ii Lori Ward Olf disease. The time has now arrived when there should be a general cleaning of not Only of the Back Yards of private residences but also of the streets and alleys about town. With smallpox As near As Shani Okin my Carmel Lewisburg and other near by Points it is not too Early for our Board of health to net to see that every precaution is taken to Ward Olf disease in general and smallpox in particular. The latter is a tilth disease and tie precaution suggested should he the removal of All filth that it May have nothing to feed upon. Handsome Range. A Beautiful Queen Beaver hang artistically Nickelet the product of the Danville stove and manufacturing company a Plant is on exhibition in the window of Toney amp Henning s a tor a a is Mill Street. The Range will he chained Oft tor the Benefit of the a. A. Of i s. And t. W. In fac armory 00 saturday april 23. Fair ground sold a Public Sale. The two Story flame dwelling on East front Street and the tract of land in Mahoning township known As the fair ground both belonging to the estate of the late James l. Kiehl were sold at Public Saloun saturday afternoon Michael Breckbill acting As auctioneer. The property on front Street consisting of dwelling stable amp a was Kuo eked Down to w. 11. Amine Riiman for id Mio. The tract of land in Mahoning town ship containing seventy six acres forty two of which Are under cultivation was purchased by Juntas Scarlet As attorney for $1,300. The approx act of Spring suggests matters relating to the winding up of the school term and the Board at its regular meeting last night took action both on the baccalaureate Sermon and commencement. Rev. J. E. Hutchison pastor of Mahoning presbyterian Church was voted an invitation to preach the baccalaureate a Sermon to the graduating class. The Date for the High school commencement was fixed for thursday evening june 2nd. The question of correcting the us sanitary condition of the second Ward school building was discussed at length and referred to or. Pursel of that Ward who will look after the matter. Some supplies put into the High school tor the convenience of the athletic association which recently gave an entertainment there was on motion ordered bought As a permanent fixture in the building. Seme criticisms were offered concerning the marking system in operation which were finally explained away. The following members were present Adams Fischer Workheiser Keefer Byerly Orth Burns Greene. Hancock Vonblohn Pursel and har Pel. The following Hills wore approved for payment Daniel Pensyl. 11. G. Salmon. Ezra Haas. We. G. Russell Danville stove a mfg. Co d. L. Amp w. R. A. Friendship fire co Geo. H. Smith Jos. Lecher. U. S. Express co. $ 8.10 il.-10 a 3.40 .��?�5 74.01 10.59 4.50 10.55 1.20 retaining Wall for River Bank. The county commissioners and the Borough Council jointly contemplate an improvement in connection with the rebuilding of the River Bridge w hich will a id much to the appearance of things and he of Teal service to the water works. This is nothing less than a Lingo retaining Wall extending fro it below the water works on a Liue with the rear of that Plant to the Wing Wall of the River Bridge. On the River Bauk at the right hand Side of the approach to the Bridge there is a Small space belonging to the county. A portion of this is oct Dpi Day an old shed while the a -. I. In a no Omner is overgrown with thistles. The spot altogether is quite an eyesore and to get rid of it the county commissioners Havo decided to co operate with the Borough in building a High retaining Wall As above described Aud filling up on u level with the Street All Trio space Between the approach to the Bridge and the water works. The county com tuis soders w ill do the work in connection with the rebuilding of the new Wigwall for the Bridge which will be erected to extend Westward along the front of the land owned by the county. The Borough will in All probability take up the work where the county stops and Complete the Wall. Something must be done to protect Trio water works from flood Aud ice. During Trio recent High water the rear Wall was very badly damaged by the bombardment it received from the ice cakes. There is Only one Means of Protection that eau be suggested As at All feasible and that is a retaining Wall which under the circumstances will have to to a pretty big one reaching As High As the windows of the water works. Tilings Are prospering at the clock factory. The Rempe self winding clock is now safely past the experimental stage the factory is equipped with the most modern labor saving machinery in the Market the novel time piece is increasing in popularity the factory is turning out clocks tons full capacity and yet Bias Over three thousand dollars Worth of orders on its books unfilled. Thus within a year past Danville has secured at least one new Industry which is destined to expand Assur line proportions Little dreamed of when the Enterprise was launched. The floor space of 4,000 Square feet taking ill one of half of the Large Brick warehouse on Railroad Street which it was thought would to sufficient has already proven inadequate and the com Pauy has decided to enlarge. The entire warehouse will hereafter be occupied by the clock company. The Western half of the building occupied by the welliver hardware company is being vacated Aud on april 1st, Trumbower amp Werkheiser will begin the work of remodelling that portion of the warehouse into a hilding suitable for a clock factory. A now floor will have to be Laid Aud the Wall broken for a number of windows to correspond with the other half of the Structure. This improvement is in line with the recent installation of automatic machinery which virtually doubled the capacity of the Plaut. Its effect will be to relieve the congested and overcrowded condition of things which holds no work in Many ways and makes it impossible to operate the factory to anything like a Good advantage. An aged resident strangely missing. George Kline aged eighty years of Williamsport a former resident of Danville has been missing since wednesday afternoon of last week. He left the Home of his ton Edward Kline at 824 Wilson Street Williamsport on the after you of that Day ostensibly for a walk Down town. Since then nothing has been seen or heard of him. He wore a Black hat Aud a Light overcoat and carried a Cane. Some time ago he slipped a lighted pipe into his overcoat Aud burned a Hole in the right hand pocket. A Square Patch was placed on the coat to cover this Hole so that the old gentleman a overcoat can read Lite a a to Short of stature and walks rather stooped. He had no Money when lie loft Home. His son and friends fear that an Accident has befallen him As his eyesight was poor Aud he May have fallen into the River. Or. Kline requests that any information concerning his father be sent immediately to himself at 824 Wilson Street Williamsport to the police office or to the Williamsport Sun. Will go West. William s. Sidler of Derry township. Who sold his Stock Ami i inning Iii Ali Iii ols at Public Sal l is Voct a will have for the West in a few Days Jiin immediate destination Heing Kan Sas whence he will proceed later to California. Or Sidler is the son of Trio late John Siller and is fac owner of the Lino Homestead farm of i old ii res in Deiry township which during the coming year will lie occupied by bar ton Hendrickson As tenant. What has become of her. Ali Over the Laud there is a dearth of school mistresses says a Exchange. Even in the Oast where women Are superabundant and the Schoolman Atn was always noted Lor her staying qualities there is a cry tor More teachers. School agencies say that never before were so few w -11-trained women instructors obtainable. All give marriage As Tom cause. Time was says the Chicago chronicle when the schoolmistress was a drug on the matrimonial Market. A woman put Oft As Fin As possible Trio evil Day of entering the school room knowing that it meant a lonely Lito with no Hope of marriage. �?�01.1 maid school teachers was the intensive phrase which labelled her social status. All that is now changed and the school mistress is having her own Way her College education her vacation trips abroad leadership til clubs have made her a most delightful companion fitted for any social Stenti n she has free scope for the development of her talents and is using her opportunities to advantage. Men have been Quick to see the change Aud have leaned that now the school mistress is tin most companionable Aud efficient of a men. Sin is skilled in household Art so understands How to keep the left i it Saarif try and How to make the purse serve the Best interests of the entire family. What wonder then that hoards of education Ami school superintendents ate at their wits ends to secure teachers willing to sign a contract containing a anti marriage clause covering a specified period. They will now have to he thankful if they can get them on any terms which the women themselves Are pleased to make for just now the Way to tie school House seems to be on the direct Road to Matrimony. Souvenir Post cards. The Hospital for the insane has issued very handsome souvenir Post cards which will be disposed of for the Benefit of the Hospital Library. The cards contain a splendid View of the Hospital taking in the entire Width of the card. In the background is a Lino stretch of landscape embracing the Niou Tsiu Ridge. In the foreground Are the Well Laid out grounds of the institution. Artistically the picture is a Gem Aud the card becomes a souvenir that is fully Worth preserving. The cards Are on Sale at Hunts drug store where Uliey May be purchased at 5 cents a piece or six for 25 cents. Farmers have begun ploughing. Notwithstanding the depth attained by the Frost it seems to have occupied hut Little time in passing out of the ground. While there Are still a few spots where the ground is Frozen and Many roads that still Are Muddy there Are other places whore the Farmers Are ploughing and highways which Lor Long distances present a Dusty appearance. It is Only on High course that the ground is tit for ploughing. Several Farmers were seen at work in their Fields near Millville Aud Benton tuesday but yesterday seems to have been about the first that any ploughing was done in our own county. One team was seen at work of the Snyder farm Campbelltown Hill during the alte i noon. An i Piso i considerably out of the Ordinary occurred in East Danville monday which threw that other Iso quiet Loi laity into a state of great excited in the affair grew out of a visit of a Crew of Telephone linemen whose business ii was in erect new poles to the Milaca of the old ones standing along the Highway there. At a certain pour. It d alleged the Polis occupy such position As to de Prit the Road i Gal Width 331 feet a it n it i in 1 replacing a pole at that Dace with a a v one the supervisor e. L. White was of hand who in isted that the new pole lion old be planned at another spot further to one Side of the Road. The Foreman of the Crew explained his position which was one that did not permit him to depart from the orders lie had received from the company. A right of Way had been granted in accordance with which the poles had originally been planted. The instruction Trio linemen were under was merely to remove the old pole and insert a new one without presuming to change location. Notwithstanding the supervisor s protests the new pole was planted precisely where the old one stood. Believing that he was serving the township s interest the supervisor ordered the pole Cut Down. The order was carried out by a resident of the township in his employ Aud the objectionable pole was soon out of the Way. The linemen quickly proceeded to replace the pole but this time to get ahead of the supervisor they Strung the wires first and then placed the pole in the ground. They did not believe that he would take the risk involved in causing destruction such As would follow in cutting Down a pole to which wires were attached. To make it still More difficult for the supervisor one of the linemen climbed to the top of the pole and staid there. It was at this Point that the fun really began. The supervisor declared that the pole had to be removed Aud he ordered the Mau who had climbed to the top to comedown. The lineman however kept his Perch while others of the Crew kept up a vigorous protest against further interference. The supervisor carried out his threat Aud ordered a Workman to Cut Down tiie pole. The Man took his axe in hand hut u Siuw Nan me Crew threw themselves against the pole embracing it with their arms. Nothing daunted however the Workman raised his axe aloft and began to Cut into the pole above their Heads. The Crew found themselves in a unpleasant position and it did not take them Long to vacate their Post. Again the supervisor called to tiie Mau of the pole reminding him that if lie remained in his Peich he would do so at his peril. He then gave the word and again the axe began its work. When the pole was half chopped Oft the supervisor again called to the lineman and told him that lie intended to Cut Down Tom pole. The lineman however was As plucky As the supervisor and he held of to his Perch. A few More strokes and the pole was severed. It swung to one Side hut was prevented from falling to the ground by the wires a fact no doubt foreseen by the lineman which encouraged him to remain on the pole. Schools will Good Friday. He closed tomorrow carriers have right of Way. Since Rural free delivery Lias been established in our county it will to 1 Well for Drivers of wagons to a in m her that All United stale mail carriers have the right of Way in Public highways when on duty. They Cau net. He driven into the ditch by heavy loaded wagons a ii ont violation of the United Slat mail Law and in a collision is made by so doing and the mail is delayed it will not be Long before a Deputy United states marshal will he looking for the offender. The Law not Only applies when meeting a vehicle hut applies to those in front of the mail As Well As when the Carrier makes an Effort to pass. Lincoln society. The regular meeting of the Lincoln society was held Friday site Quoon the following pleasing program was rendered piano Solo miss Rogers recitation a the Kings three Dowd declamation a a the elements of Roose i its greatness air. Johns essays Quot the Power of ingratitude miss Lyons debate a resolved a that women have done More Good deeds in this j world than men. A the affirmative was upheld by misses i Foust Johnson Aud James while messes. Edmondson a. Jones and Dowd sustain it 111�?� negative Side. The judges decided in favor of the affirmative. Song a beside the Mill. The society recitation a wounded. Miss Mowrey declamation a spoon Era a speech of the Panama canal or. J. Jones Reading a other Al diary of a real Bovy miss m. Hooley. Dance at armory. A loess baud will Liola dance at tin armory Friday eve Tiiu april 8th. Last dance of the season by this organization. Dancing begins at 7 30 Sharp. Gentlemen 50 cents. Ladies 1.� cents. All cordially invited. Enjoyable birthday party. Landlord a l. He Deus was tendered a Surprise party it his Home Lagle hotel tues a Lav night in Honor of his 52nd . Musi., dancing Aud cards were. Joyed luring the evening. Those were or. And mrs. W. O. Runyan gee. Cromis jr., Aud wife j. B. Seidel Aud wife or. J. S. Holla and wife u w. Derr and wife mrs. Edward Gibson miss Salim Oaks of White Deer amiss Pauline Runyan miss Mary Wagner miss in Ora Coddens i s Mabel Robinson of Katharine Lei Uhach miss Marie Zaner Harry Billmeyer Guy Ruyuan 11. E. Coiner Allen Cromis Lawrence a. Led dons Clyde Coddens and w her of Reading. W Weill tote Spring Hou upon us. I aging is almost

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