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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaLocal time tables. East 7.11 a 10.17 2 21 p my 10 17 a a r r West. 9.00 a. M. 12.10 p. M 4.31 a a 7.51 a 4.81 p m. West. 9 15 a. 12 44 i. 4.33 9.1< a a he t in my Kkt l 3 58 p. 11 21 a 11.33 p. Danville and Street railway co. Us a it Danville �00. �.40, 7.30, 8.20. 8 10. 10 00. 10.50. 11 40 a ui., 12.80, 1 20, 2.10, 0.00, 8.50. 4.40, 5. T0. 8.20, 7 10. 8.00. 8.50. D.40, 10.30. 11.20 p. In. Leave Bloo Malmgr a 00. 6.40. 7.83, 8.28, 0 13, 10.08. 10.63, 11.43 a. In., 12.33, 1.23,2 13.8 03. 3. 58. 4 43. 6 33, 8 28. 7.18. 8.03. 8.53. 11.43. 10.33. 11.20 p. A first oar sunday morning 7.30. Laet oar. 11 20 at night goes to Pirova Oia Only. We. R Miller 4en 1 manager in milk non. J. G. Gaiman looking fog armory site filling of to the american too much Cauuet be Haid to bring about the sup ply of pure sanitary milk to our people. But accurate knowledge should he of Ceafies by those who essay to teach this thought is suggested by the re Marks of Quot Dairyman in your Issue of 24th just. To says a beware of milk and Cream that keeps Sweet in warm the caution to tie Reader it seems should have been to beware of milk or Cream that does not keep Sweet a reasonable time in warm weath or. If it does not it either has been produced or kept amid unsanitary surroundings. This is so True that the better thought today condemns the Pasteur izing of milk for Pasteur izing Only kills the germs that cleanliness would not have permitted to enter the milk in sufficient numbers to injure it and of course leaves them there in a decaying condition. It is this that gives to pasteurized Cream or milk its Flat insipid taste. Inasmuch As it is the custom to Purchase milk daily to Etc the Day or at most during 8� hours it seems fair to presume that a a Dairyman casts suspicion on milk that does not turn sour within that time. The fact is that milk produced under proper sanitary conditions and then kept in a reasonably Cool place will remain Sweet for from fifty to sixty hours. At the Briar Cliff farm milk was drawn from cows after first placing them in quarters of absolute Clemul Icuss and immediately bottled and sealed Nuder same conditions. These were sent to Twenty Days after Date of milking and found to be As Sweet and fresh As when drawn from the cows. It is not con tended that there were no germs in the milk. It is impossible to exclude them by our present method of drawing milk from cows. But conditions were such As to prevent their multiply lug. It is the Multi a dict Ion of germs that produce acidity and other had tastes in milk. A misleading inference May lie drawn from what a a Dairyman says about bottled milk it is fair to part sume that he dispenses his 111 ilk from the Large can either by dipping or by drawing from the Bottom of the can. If secured by dipper the lid must be taken off and remain off for some time to serve each customer. During All this time the milk is exposed to the dust the dust with All its filthy suggestions of the Street. This is not All the milk is drawn into an open vessel and this exposed in the House to the doors of the pantry or refrigerator. Only a Little less objectionable Are the conditions of drawing from the Bottom of the can. Hundreds and thousands of the objectionable germs have found Entrance into the milk under these conditions. Connect this with the Idoa of bottled milk where Tho Uilk is in a sealed bottle. Until bottled nothing was in the milk except that which found Entrance from the time of milking until bottled. The difference in favor of its purity and cleanliness admits of no com . Dairyman having sufficient Pride in i heir business and regard for the health of their customers to incur the expense and it is no inconsiderable item to undergo the Lala or of bottling the milk will have sufficient regard for the health of their customers to every Day thoroughly cleanse and Steri Lize the Brittle after use. It is within the last ten or twelve years that the bottling of milk has been adopted at this time about one truth of the milk of the country is in bottles. An intelligent Public sentiment will soon command that it All lie a it Gold in that Way. There can lie nothing More import ant than supplying pure and sanitary milk to the Public. Many among the beat scientific minds of this and other countries Are engaged in the problem of bringing it about we Are glad that in Danville we have such As a Dairy Man Quot to Call attention of the people to the subject v v Vincent Goodrich a it Ost. No. 22, g. A. R., during the coming Mouth will he actively engaged in for memorial Day. The Post has already been casting about for a speaker of note to deliver the address Oil the occasion. At a previous meeting it was decided to invite Hon. John t. Harman of Bloomsburg to deliver the address. Pursuant to instructions the Secretary opened correspondence with or. Harman and last night the Post was in receipt of a communication from him in which he explained that owing to prior engagements to was obliged to decline the Honor of speaking in Danville on memorial Day. Several other speakers were suggested to the memorial committee which will at once Ope i correspondence with the parties. The members of Goodrich Post Are very anxious to have a Fine demonstration this year embracing a old fashioned March to the cemetery. Some of the members still consider themselves Young and feel equal to the task of marching to the cemetery for several years to come. At the same time several of the older members who Are among the leading spirits last evening went on record As averting that Thero is scarcely a doubt but that the present year will witness the last March by the veterans to the cemetery. Thinning ranks and bodily infirmities that come with advancing years Are doing their work and the Long March under the circumstances carries with it the most painful reflections Aud becomes a Burden and a hardship. In the future therefore the memorial Day observances will be much mollified. The veterans As a body after the present year will probably ride to the cemetery in the trolley cars. The patriotic address will be kept up in the future along with All the other observances of memorial Dav. Painters at work. The work of Jia inning the Iron arms of the electric Light poles which was began last fall was finished yesterday. Via lust Street was completed be fore noon an Ltd during the afternoon the arms of the poles on Mill Street were finished the portable wooden Tower with its two wheels so oddly adjusted by which the painters reach the overhead work was new to Many persons on Mill Street and they marvelled much Over the Odd piece of until they saw it put to use illegal car riders arrested. A Bunch of illegal car riders from Shamokin and it. Carmel spent sunday night in the Sunbury jail Aud some of them Are Likely to remain there until the strike is Over. Thirty or forty Shamosk suites went to Suu Bury on freight trains sunday morning. About five of clock More than a Hundred of them boarded a Pennsy freight train bound for Harrisburg. In the lower Yards the cops went aboard and the boys went afield hut not All of them. Eighteen or Twenty were captured handcuffed together Aud marched to the jail. One Bunch of ten was in charge of three it olice men. There were three boys in the lot the others being men and some of them past forty years of age. The captures were made by the Sunbury police Force. It is said that the men Aud boys from the Coal Region do so much damage to property around Sun Bury that it has become necessary to Stop the nuisance. It was said in Sunbury that the authorities threaten to ask the courts for the privilege of erecting Aud using a whipping Post in an Effort to make the i tila/1� for illegal improved Cash Register or. W. Ii. Paules has installed Cash Register in his drug store Mill Street which is a Marvel and would seem to represent the Acme of attain Niento in inventions of that sort. It is a cashier in itself and is More than human in that it can not err. It is a National Cash Register of the very lat est make and has so Many improvements Over those formerly in use that it is difficult to remember them All. The new invention besides embodying the general principles of the old shows the amount in each drawer Aud the total in All three drawers. It shows the number of customers waited on daily by each clerk and the whole number of customers waited on daily. As the Cash is received the Register throws out a Check for the customer indicating the amount clerk etc., and explaining that a Dollar in Cash will lie Given to every customer who is not tendered a Correct receipt for the amount of the Purchase. The Cash Register is a very Beautiful piece of work made of Nickel and finished in Silver and Gold. It is supported on a solid Oak Case highly polished. A newspaper you flush have. These added features make next Sun Lay s North american the greatest Sun Lay newspaper Ever offered in this ter Rit try fiction Section. First instalment of a r it i a in the Baltic a corking Romance by Robert Barr. Printed before Book publication. Complete during month of May. First of $150,0b0 series of twelve novels by great authors. One eat h month. Baseball packs int color. Contains schedules record and prospects of National game in big leagues minor leagues and among the Semi professional and Amateur dubs. Articles by expert and players. Scores of pictures. A baseball be Cut out and mounted. Scientific and practical. For Rainy Days and evenings at Home. When properly mounted it is a it Good As any 25-cent game that you can buy. An Art supplement. A picture or the it ii am Pion athletics american league Fine printing. Perfect photographic reproduction. Ready for Fram ing. Regular big sunday Section and newspaper. Orders must come Early. Demand never equated. This will he the biggest and 1 my sunday Issue of a new paper printed in Phi Ladeshia. The subject of securing a site for a armory is being discussed a Good Deal about town by those who have the welfare of company f As Well As the advancement of the municipality in View. Since the last meeting of Council when the matter was so forcibly presented by Captain j. B. Gearhart several of our leading and influential citizens have shown a keen interest Aud have taken hold of the matter in a Way that promises to bring about practical results. The part of town to which most a it or sous turn in casting about for a site for an armory is on ferry Street and there Are several Sites there that might let a obtained at a very Low figure if the matter were rightly presented and the pro it or influences brought to Bear. In presenting the matter to Council Captain Gearhart explained that it by no Means follows that the state will not buy land on which to erect the armoires if necessary. At the same time the View is taken that those towns which reveal sufficient interest in the National guard to donate land for a site will be the places whose up plications for an armory will be first considered by the state armory Hoard. Accordingly a number of towns in order to show their Enterprise Aud their appreciation of the guard after the Law was enacted at once got Busy and Long ago had desirable Sites ready to offer the state free of Cost. The second armory to he erected by the state will be built at it. Pleasant Westmoreland county. The state armory Board is also considering plans for the armoires to he built at Colum Bia and Easton. How soon Danville a turn May come no one of course would venture to predict but considering that the armory Here has been con de tuned by the state authorities if the citizens take hold of the matter rightly there would seem to be no doubt but that our town May he remembered at an Early Day. A. It is hardly Likely that the owner of a plot of ground suitable could be induced to donate its full value to tie state even though it would be for the Good of his town. About the Best that could he expected probably would 1> for the owner in helping to secure a armory to agree to sell the ground for a very moderate figure. This would make it possible for the citizens without any very great sacrifice to unite in the Purchase of the site Aud turn it Over to the state. An armory such As required in Danville would be a pretentious building and would Cost at least #20,000. Something definite with reference to a proposed site will Penl it ably develop in a few Days. The canal an Early Snake Story the Reading Iron company has solved the problem of getting rid of the old canal and has demonstrated that those who held to the View that it was practicable to fill up the old water Way were wholly right in the premises. It will be news to Many of our townspeople to learn that the Reading Iron company in disposing of its daily muh Tiou of ashes and cinders in tin period of about a year has obliterated the old canal for a distance of Over one thousand feet.2where formerly Lay the old ditch with its Geeky Bottom overgrown with weeds now is a surface of clean cinder perfectly smooth and raised to the level of the Bank on each Side of the canal. By Means of a temporary track the cinder is run Down the canal in the cars and dumped just where it is wanted. It was just such a scheme As this that those persons had in View who advocated co operating with the d. L. Amp a. Railroad company in getting rid of the canal. The Railroad company it will be recalled agreed to pipe the canal provided the Borough would agree to fill it up taking whatever time was necessary within a reasonable limit to Complete the work. It was understood at the time that the cinder etc., accumulating at the different industries would he available for the purpose. It is significant that the product of one Industry alone has obliterated the old canal along such a great distance which corresponds to Section of the old waterway reaching from the Aqueduct to a Point above Pine Street where it still lies open and promises to he a nuisance for years to come. State to build Bridge. The Dauphin county court yesterday handed Down Hii opinion in the Mifflinville River Bridge Case that indicates that the Bridge will a built by the state. The opinion upheld the constitutionality of the Rose Bill passed at the last regular session of the legislate we Al re a if Ohlich Terv for the june trouble Over the Bridge grew out of the fact that according to the plans and specifications the Bridge would Cost too much. The attorney general and the Columbia county com missioners had met and included in the plans for the Bridge some items that put the Cost at a figure beyond All reason. The opinion of the Dauphin county court therefore contained an order denying the right of the attorney general Ami the commissioners to reach any understanding with regard to the Bridge. The viewers appointed for the Bridge will reconvene and get up another or of a dans Aud specifications improvements at i. I. A w. The d. L. Amp a. Railroad company Lias entered upon an important improvement in this City. It consists of Macada Mizing All the area about the station which in its present form has always been objectionable in Dusty and Muddy weather. To prepare for the Macadam nearly a foot of ground will have to he excavated Over the entire area owned by the company which lies Between the station and the Railroad on one Side and blizzards run on the other. Some thirty men were put to work yesterday consist ing of the five repair Crews of this City Northumberland Aud Rupert. Very Good Progress was made the ground As fast As it was dug Loose being loaded on the cars preparatory to being take to dry saw Mill hollow where it will he used in filling up along the track where a bad washout occurred recently. At certain seasons of the year All the area at the rear of the station be comes very Muddy and to provide better surface the Railroad company a year or so ago asked the Borough to co operate with it in paving the spot and the roadways leading to it. The Borough did not see its Way dear to take hold of the matter As proposed and the improvement was dropped until the present. Macadam May prove less desirable than a pavement Blit it will he a great improvement Over what has existed up to the present. It the experience of the gang of workmen employed in repairing North umber land Street last week counts for anything the season upon which we Are just entering will be especially prolific in snakes and consequently in Snake stories. The Road repaired for half a mile skirts the base of Montour Ridge and the serpents venomous and otherwise which have been hibernating during the Winter Are just wiggling out of their torpid or lethargic state and preparing to resume their old haunts. In All 11io men killed ten snakes in the number being three copperheads. Among the latter was the largest Copperhead Ever seen in this sect Ion measuring a trill Over three feet in length the big reptile might have bitten Harrison Paugh one of the workmen and it is probably owing Only to the fact that it had not wholly passed out of its torpid state that if did not sink its fangs into his hand. The men were cleaning out the Gutter at the foot of the Ridge. Twice or. Paugh had reached Down and with his Bare hands had scraped together the leaves and other trash and was returning for Tho third armful when he saw the Snake half hidden among the rubbish that remained on the spot partly coiled and ready to strike. To say that the Man was frightened is putting it mildly. The reptile was easily killed. A Mountain of Gold. Con i not bring As much happiness in it mrs. Lucia Wilk a of Caroline wis., As did one 25c Box Ltd of Boc Klenz a Arnica Salve when it completely cured a running sore on her leg. Which had tortured her 23 \ ears. <4 Rea test Antiseptic healer of piles. Wounds Aud sores 25c at Paules amp co., drug store. Aid for Good roads. It would appear As if a Way had been found by which the Farmers of tie United states May he brought Toa full realization of the value to them of roads that can be travelled with ease at All seasons. Postmaster general Cortelyon Lias issued a statement in regard to the policy of his department in the maintenance of the Rural mail delivery service Over the established routes which ought to impress the value of Good roads upon Rura Lites. Or. Cortelyou states a when a Rural indescribable Dull aching pain right m or a postmaster reports that the across the loins sometimes my Hack was 1 expensive go Magd erected it May not be generally known that the Northumberland Road As far As the a dug Road lies within the Borough limits and that like any of the other streets of town it has to be looked after Aud repaired by the Borough. Although away from the built up portion it probably proves one of the most expensive thoroughfares to keep Safe and in Good repair As for half a mile it runs along a High embankment aul has to be protected by a guard rail. Street commissioner k s. Miller with a Force of workmen sat inlay completed the annual repairs of Northumberland Street and it is Safe to say that the thoroughfare was never in such Complete condition before. Not Only have the gutters been cleaned out and the roadbed repaired but a practically new guard has been erected along the entire length. This is a feature especially which was never in such perfect condition before. In All there Are 180 posts securely planted fifteen feet apart carrying a rail in the form of Iron pipe inches in diameter. Of the posts planted 110 were new the balance being those which were used before Aud Only needed to he replanted. Formerly for a considerable Dis sauce wooden rails were used but at the last meeting of Council it was decided to throw these out and to use Iron exclusively. At a Point of the Road below the Reading Iron works where the switch was formerly located the Road was widened from 12 to 20 feet. Strain too great. Hundreds of Danville Raien find daily toil a Burden. The Hustle and worry of business men Tim hard work and stooping of work men. The woman a household cares. An two great a Strain on the kidneys. Backache headache Side ache. Volney troubles urinary troubles follow. A former Danville citizen Tell you Bow to rare them a h John ten an us Pudder formerly of 301 main St. Danville but now living in Bloomsburg pa., says i consider Doan s kidney Pilis an excellent remedy for backache. I ult a them and they cured me of backache from which 1 bad suffered for years. My trouble was an Why take a dozen things to cure that cough y Kennedy a laxative Honey and tar allays the congestion stops that tickling drives the cold out through your bowels. Sold by Paules amp co. Of Mckee colonel of qty. At an election held monday night at the armory in Wilkes Barre or. Frank l. Mckee of Plymouth lieutenant colonel was elected colonel of the ninth regiment to fill the vacancy caused by the promotion of colonel Dougherty to brigadier general of the third brigade n. G. 4. Major h. F. Pierce was elected lieutenant colonel Captain Camp to major and Captain e. J. Dougher to major All of Wilkes Barre. Tee Danville Quoit glue the Danville Quoit club of which David d. Williams is president completed improvements of its grounds at the old planing Mill yesterday Aud is now ready to enter upon a seasons sport. The quoits have been sharpened up for the season and under the supervision of Jesse Shaun of and Ira Everhart new hubs properly mounted were Plante yesterday afternoon. The first Gam was played last evening. From now until late next fall votaries of the game will he found competing for honors of the Shady Side of the old planing Mill every afternoon. Some of the leading members of i lie Quoit club Are. D. D. Williams Joseph l. Shannon w. H. Ammerman Robert Morris Charles Woods Sam a. Mccoy r. W. Eggers Samuel Mot Teru Fred Jacobs or. Curry. Harry Ellenbogen Frank Straub Cyrus Ober Dorf Ira Everhart Jesse Shannon r b. Bird Howard Moore Michael pm Nolley or. . Schilling and George 13. Wintersteen. Harrisburg april 27.�?at 5 30 of clock this morning a locomotive was blown up four Miles East of Here on the Pennsylvania Railroad killing Engineer j. F. Good and fatally in i iring fireman c. 11. Lefever and brakeman j. J. Willow or All of Harrisburg. The engineers body was found half submerged in the Susquehanna River nearby. It is believed the locomotive struck a stick of dynamite accidentally dropped on the track by workmen engaged in Railroad improvements. Lincoln a carelessness. Ills hut lif.-. A us orate for him la Iory. We u Lincoln was postmaster of new Salem lieu de to tuck the letters Lusida his and deliver them when Ever la happened to meet the persons to v. H no a in y were addressed. As this is a example of his business system. No a. I a tidily he imagined that the off a a of s i i t amp Lincoln was not a Model . Where there wit. A place for everything and everything in it Piare. Mud it was not. Indo v a mating he clerk the Junior Pari Ner won id have been a hopeless so weak that i could hardly do it anything and on this account i have had to Lay off work several times. I was nimble to Bend or stoop without severe pain and i was often obliged to catch bold of something to keep me from falling i used liniments and hot applications hut until i tried Doan s kidney Pilis i never h id anything to do me any Good. Doans kidney pills were just the remedy i needed. I had taken them Only about three Davs when my Back became Strong and soon was As Strong As it Ever was. I have had no backaches or any indication of kidney trouble since using Doan s kidney Pill. For Sale by All dealers. Price co cents. Foster Milburn co., Buffalo new York sole agents for the United states. Remember the name Doan a and take no other. Plans tiny Lee actions Lor die e Roc Tiou of a magnificent Home have been placed in the hands of builders Aud contractors by w. F. Pascoe construe Tiou Engineer of the Shamokin Kateu Siou company. Recently the Well known Street car Man acquired several lots adjoining those of m. H. Barr at Edgewood Ami the Home lie contemplates erecting will be on of the most Beautiful in that rapidly growing residence Section. It is estimated that it will Cost at least #15,000 to Complete it. The plans and specifications Call for strictly modern Homo in All its details Aud the general plan of the Interior is similar to that of the Home of Hon. M. H. Kulp. It will be a Frame Structure and the architectural scheme resembles the old English Homes with a massive Brick Chimney on the one Side and its verandas and balconies on the other. Shamokin daily news. Rain needed. Mont Derr of White Hall drove town yesterday. Or. Derr is a Gressie school teacher Aud As is into pro Nat a Friendly insect. It has been discovered in Brandon Park at Williamsport that an insect resembling the a Ladybug a is devouring tie san Jose scale displaying a voracious appetite for that destructive insect. As the Ladybug is entirely harmless so far As fruit Trees Are consented it would let of a great scheme if enough of them could he secured to exterminate the ravaging san Jose pests although it might put the states official Bug Hunters out of business ural with one raised in an agricultural Community is closely in touch with fanning in that part of the county he says the Farmers Are just now sow ing Oats a work which is often completed in the first half of april. A few Are not yet ready to sow and Are Only ploughing file ground. Uru planting which ordinarily comes on about the kith of May this Spring will keep the Farmers occupied until the last of tie month. It is Only Here and there that much Corn ground is ploughed at this Date to make the matter worse it is becoming very dry Aud if copious Rains do not soon fall it is feared that the ploughing will he rendered Verv ditto cult. It is possible to obtain Relief from Chr it Nic indigestion and dyspepsia by the use of Kodol for dyspepsia some of the most hopeless cases of Long standing have yielded to it. It enables you to digest the food you eat Ami exercises a corrective influence building up the efficiency of the digestive organs. The stomach is the boiler wherein the steam is made that keeps up your vitality health and strength. Kodol digests what you eat. Makes the stomach Sweet puts the boiler in condition to do the work nature demands of it gives you Relief from digestive disorders and puts you in shape to do your Liest. And feel your Best. Sold by Paules i co. Writes about memorial Day. An interesting letter has been received by Goodrich Post from James Tanner commander in chief of Tho g. A. The letter deals with memorial Day Aud is a very interesting epistle. It says in part a we have been observing this Clay Ever since our beloved Logan instituted it in 18tf8. This year comrades we Are crossing the Broad River at the rate of ,000 a month �0,000 a year soon the great majority will he sleeping their last sleep and it is our privilege now As it has been for Many years to Loving tribute to their memory by decorating their Graves with Flowers which starting Forth from Mother Earth with each recurring springtime Are Embla Matie of resurrection to Ltd a glorious immortal i Ity. We have returned the Battle Stan 1 Dards of the dead Coupe detach to those a who treasure them As sacred mementos of their loved ones who died under them. The Congress of tin United states has just unanimously voted �200, my to care for the Graves of those dead and the heart of Tho nation has Aid with great unanimity a it is a Oil unitedly we March along the Highway of nations Rose Bushes blossoming Over and around and the Birds nesting in tie Mouths of the Cannon that once roared def Furce Aud death at each other the world applaud ing our conscience roads traversed by Rural carriers Are impassable or in had condition the matter is taken up by the department through the postmaster with the local Road authorities and due notice Given that unless the condition of the Road is improved it will be necessary to take Steps looking to the withdrawal of the service from that Vicinity. The Rural mail delivery has come to stay. Its Extension has been rapid from the if any attempt made to abolish it there would be Strong protest from Farmers in All sections of the country. This being the fact it is not difficult to see How Tho agriculturists of the country can be compelled to do their duty in the Maiu to a i fun no in p i i win mjg incur of my Llma service hut a direct Benefit that w ill stimulate farm values and reduce the Cost of transporting farm products to the primary markets postmaster robbed. G. W. Font postmaster at Riverton in. Nearly lost his life Ami was Robin a of All Comfort according to his letter which says a for 20 years i had chronic Liv r complaint., which led t it such a severe Cas of jaundice that even Tny Ting off nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribe electric bitters which cured me and have kept me Well for eleven years. Sure cure for bilious Ness neuralgia. Weakness and All stomach liver. Kidney and bladder derangement. A wonderful tonic. At Paules it amp co., drug store. 50 cents. Cold storage completed. The cold storage built for James t. Findley the Mill Street bottler is practically completed and yesterday was filled with ice and Beer. The building located at the rear of Mill Street was erected by George f. Reifsnyder. It is 22x22 feet two stories in height. The building is scientific ally constructed the outside Walls which Are sheeted with steel in imitation of Brick contain three separate air Chambers and Are nearly a foot in thickness. In the upper Story a car Load of ice is placed which has the effect of causing nearly a freezing temperature in the apartment below where the Beer is stored. The Roll storage is already on duty and the bottling of Beer Lias begun. All the modern appliances Are installed. Work he Ham is wholly discarded and the bottles Are washed filled with Beer and corked All by machinery. A go d complexion is impossible with the stomach out of Orler. If pasty Sallow people would More attention to their stomachs and less to tie skin on their faces they would have better com pm Lions Kodol for dyspfps1a will digest what you at and put yur stomach Hack in right shape Todo its own work. Kodol relieves palpitation of the heart flatulence sour atom cd. Heart Burn a to add by Paules a Ltd a a. K. I. A voted $25. At a meeting of Montour Castle no. 18�, knights of the Golden Eagle lie id last evening an Appeal was received from the grand Hastie of Pennsylvania for funds for the san Francisco sufferers. Montour Castle promptly voted #25 for the worthy canse. Deaths from appendicitis. Decrease m the same ratio Tomt the use of or. King s new life pills increases. They save you from danger and bring Quick and painless release from constipation and the ills growing out of it strength and vigor always follow their us a. Guaranteed by Paules a a a c . 25c. Try them. Solomon Cherry dead. Solomon Cherry the Well known Engineer on the s. H. A w. Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad died Sud Deuly at his Home at Nescopeck yesterday afternoon at 12 30 of clock. He had been suffering with Brights disease for some time and for several months had been unable to report for duty. Lbs Jim a ref Iii ��ovfay.,,rtt��x�5 unspeakable Relief to sufferers from Catarrh. Some of them describe it As a godsend and no wonder. The thick f my discharge is dislodged and the patient breathes freely perhaps for the first time in weeks liquid Cream Balm contains All the Healing purifying elements of the solid form and it never fails to cure s do by All druggists for 75 including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros. 5t> Warren Street. New York. The lowest yet. Eggs Are still dropping in Price. Each of our stores has a Large Stock of hand Aud it is Only natural that they should fall. One of our merchants yesterday displayed a Large Basket full of Choice looking eggs marked 12l. Cents per dozen. A torpid inactive liver can produce More bodily ills than almost anything Ebe. It is Good to clean the system out occasionally. Stir the liver up. And get into shape generally. The Best results Are derived from the use of Dewitt a Little Early risers. Reliable effective pleasant pills with a reputation. Never Gripe. Sold by Paules amp co. Caught under ton of Harth. Nathan Creasy sex chief Burgess of Catawissa while inspecting a sewer Trench yesterday afternoon was caught by a Cave in and buried under a ton of Clay. If was 15 minutes before the workmen could release him. Or. Creasy was unharmed. Failure and As an attorney in the a of tin term he would i. Have Ungui died himself. He �?�1 a cd everything connected with the it i re of Legal routine hated draw a a in cd Initia the and pleas Desplas the artificial the. And refinements a a a i were even beginning to Ere p i the pleading and disregarded t Ruis whenever it was possible to 1 Here was uni hug mechanical my a it tue Man and in All Ali a lome i Eha a Terizer the a net Soli tor he a he never knew win Thein Virtues which Ful. Orderly cd Erly deficient. A his papers were Only attempt he Ever made to better the disorder was to on one of his i Mulles of Walters a ii i littered his desk. A when you can to tin 1 it anywhere else look in but that was 1 my after the firm of Stuart a Lincoln dissolved Aud even then we find him explaining to n correspondent that he had placed his letter inside an old hat and had thus Negly noted Nus Wering it. Which shows be his pos Tollice Day b do. A a hat continued to in his fax a a a a it 1 for papers As Long As he lived Aud he lies i acquired any sense of Frederick Tryor h m in Century. Consigned to their Lart great rest Franklin r. Sechler Aud William Mortimer two of our old residents both of whom had passed the Eightieth Milestone of life a journey were consigned to the grave Friday afternoon their obsequies occurring Only an hour apart. Franklin r. Sec Liler s funeral took Ace at 2 of clock from his late residence Church Street Rev. John Sherman officiating. The deceased was a member it of tin knights of pythias. He was a charter member of Beaver Lodge no. 132, of Thi City which gave him a membership in the order of thirty seven year. A noteworthy fact is that not Only his son Clark Sechler hut also his grandson Clyde Sechler Are members of Beaver Lodge no. 132, which gives the organization the distinction of having three generations of the same family among its members. The pull hearers were selected from among the members of Beaver Lodge and wore George w. Miles Lewis Byerly John g. Voris #1. U. Gillaspy William l. Young Aud Charles Getz. The burial rites of the knights of pythias were performed at the grave. The following persons from out of town attended the funeral or. Aud mrs. Clark Sechler Clyde Rochler mrs. Georg Rowbothan of Philadelphia Jacob Sechler of Elmira or. And mrs. A. J. Kenvil John Keu Viu sr., and John Keu Viu jr., of aude ried Lafayette Sechler Aud family of Kipps run or. And mrs. George Hulsizer mrs. Samuel Hulsizer of Milton or. Aud mrs. Thomas inns or. An mrs. Wesley Newberry or. And mrs. William Gaskins of Sunbury mrs. Isaiah Hixson of Berwick George Best mrs Mary Best mrs. Duval Clark of Northumberland mrs. William Gilmore or. Aud mrs. Charles Wilson of Bloomsburg. The funeral of William Mortimer took place from Trinity m. E. Church at 3 o clock. The services were conducted by the pastor Rev. L. D. Ott. A Quartetti rendered several selections of music with impressive effect. Luter Lieut took place in the Reform Al cemetery. The remains were carried to their last resting place by the following William Lloyd Michael Shires John Tovey and Thomas Lewis. Among the persons from out of town who attended the funeral were Rev. J. H. Mortimer Aud wife of Williamsport mrs. William Birt and Alfred Birt of Berwick or. Aud mrs. Frank Fisher Aud son of near Washin Touville Aud or. Aud mrs. William Diehl of Mahoning town ship Joseph Weniger a funeral. Joseph Weniger whose death in Philadelphia was noted in our last Issue was consigned to the grave in St. Hubert a cemetery yesterday Forenoon. The funeral took place from St. Hubert a Catholic Church at 9 of clock Rev. Father foil officiating. The pall bearers were Adam mayan Joseph mayan Joseph 11. Ter. Joseph Mintzer John Koch and Andrew Jaros. Anisim Mil 11 you to a Man and i 8 nursemaid for layer s lab re Lueit of a imbed pro us to Distant master school. It airy a a l of in Hurd. A scholar and to gentle him a to like work of u the wages of a Brick coupled with the treat. You then get that tin of civilization the As it a English private pain in Tatler. For a a inf i Burn there is nothing like Dewitt switch Hazel Salve. There Are a Host Ltd imitations of Dewitt switch Hazel Salve on the Market see that Yon get the genuine. Ask for Dewitt s. Good too for sunburn cuts bruises a my especially recommended for pile a. The name e Dewitt a a co., Chicago is every Box. .s�>1<1 he Paules amp cd deaths and births in Columbia. The Mun Bervie deaths exceeded the number of births in Columbia county in april. The number of deaths As reported yesterday was 15, in addition to which there Are several not As yet taken account of. The number of births was 12. The festive Bug already riotous hut Brief care i he Gizis his a a Nick Long Worth is glad that a attain Richmond Pearson Hobson has been nominated for Congress in Alabama. Long Worth has been the Star feature so Long that he will he pleased to retire in favor of a Zohbon fortunate a missourians. A when i w is a druggist at Livonia a Quot. Writes j. A Wypy. Now of Grays Viii to three of my customers were permanently cured Ltd consumption by or. Kings new , Ami Are Well and Strong to Day. I was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using new disc a Verv a Short time he found it unnecessary to do so i regard or. Kings new i Sou very As the most wonderful Medicine in existence. Forest cot go an cold cure and Throat and lung healer. Guaranteed by Paules amp v. Druggists 50c and #1 quoth. Trial in it tie free to 0ure a cold in one Day take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. Druggists refund Money if it fails to cure. K. A Groves signature is on each Box. 25 cents. An 1 in it a a ii ble Story. A the editor looks downcast. What a the matter with him r a the rucelve.1 it i letter yesterday in forming 1dm of a big legacy and la the Rush a replied. A declined with of Anilu to Pleune. Nepus a 1 Sav. , if you keep of blowing like that \ Oil la get yourself disliked. Boren what do a 1 care it Isnit my business to furnish pop in airs. A modern society linked Llean. It is not necessary to add pork to a dish of baked beaus and those who entertain a prejudice against the meat of the so Romulous pig May Well substitute a Lump of butter. Measure out a quart of White pea beaus. Put them to soak overnight in three quarts of cold water. The orthodox dish to Hake them in is an unglazed Pipkin of earthenware with a handle and cover. In the morning Drain them and rinse them thoroughly in dear cold water. Then put them Hack in the Pipkin in which they have been soaking add a table spoon fill of Salt an even tablespoonful of molasses and a teaspoonful of Mustard. Stir ail thoroughly around in the pm it. Put a heaping tablespoonful of butter Down the Center of the Beans. Cover them with cold water so that it rises two inches above them. Put them in a hot of a at 8 of clock in the morning and let them Cook steadily till 5 in the afternoon renewing the water As often As it b a ils off them. Let them Brown Down in the pot the last hour and they will to done at a new York Tribune. So 1m, on druggist gives Yon no imitation when Yon ask for Kennedy s laxative hopi a and tar. The original .vaiiuu.nji, he run. Sold la Paules co. Clarence Muth coming. Clarence hath Esq. Of Shamokin state lecturer of the p. J. S. Of a., will address Washington Camp no. 5�7, Ltd of Riverside in St. Peters m. E. Church on tuesday evening at 7 45 of clock. A program of some ten numbers will be rendered on the occasion. To a 1 11 ii in Lam ii. The incr ii i Chameleon a Small Lizard. Inhabits Var Lou part of the Southern i listed Stales. The Little a ilium i has tin habit of quickly and completely its colors varying from Brov n i it let a Ami Pale g ecu. Is Foo l i i. A of insects. The Little at. In is perfectly harmless to higher of i a of a a a. Is often kept As a pet has been worn attached to a a Bain As an orm Niento. The toes Are provide u the adhesive pads which enable the Lizard i a run upon smooth vertical surfaces. I the Man who a can drink Aud let it alone a just As lie pleases is the exception to a fear u a guaranteed a be Fob pile8 itching Blind bleeding protruding piles. Druggists Are authorized to Refsum Pinones if Pazo ointment fails to cure in a to 14 a lavs 50 cents f his i of the ability of the ii a scholar i a evolve an unexpected my ii ii from his text u correspondent i Dales that the follow ing pm mgt i. S put to a history class misfortune then happened to to a 1 lie reply came quite a lie went an explant was demanded and the Genius brought up lie to i Book. A there sir Quot triumphantly the Book says the sentence indicated by an Ink stained j digit read a Dodo was deprived of his London Spectator. Spray this Spring. Prof. H. A. Surface the state zoologist in his april bulletin says a Trees infested with san lose scale should be sprayed or washed again this Spring with the Lime Sulphur Wash boiled one hour regardless of the treatment that was Given them last fall and Winter. Even if they were properly sprayed then it is improbable that All the pests were killed. The Host possible measure for the destruction of the scale Aud the safety of the Trees consists of giving them a double coating again this Spring. Spraying can be done As late As the time when the Green leaves show in the bad hut after the Green leaves Are out there is Dang r of destroying them by applying by material that is Strong enough to affect the Sau Jose scale. It is especially important that Trees previously treated by any other material than the boiled Lime Sulphur Wash should he covered with this mixture this Spring in order to save them. It is by far Best to be of the Safe Side Ami All Trees that have been treated with nothing More than the so called a Limo id or a Dkl. A a Csc Alicide a and other commercial insecticides or uncoiled Lime Sulphur mixtures should he sprayed again this Spring if the owners really care to save them. A ancient arabic order Nobles of the Ristic shrine Imperial Council los Angeles. Cal. May 7�?10th, 1906.�?� for the above occasion Lackawanna ticket agents will sell round trip tickets at Low rate of #78.25, such tickets to be sold april 24th to May 4th, inclusive Aud limited for return not later than july 31st at which time passengers must he at original starting Point. For information As to Stop overs etc., Call on Lackawanna ticket agents. Does your heart beat Avi. It did a Tiou j yes. 100,000 limes each Day. Does it Send out Good blood or bad blood you know for Good blood is Good health bad blood bad health. And you know precisely what to take for bad blood a Ayers Sarsaparilla. Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years. One frequent cause of had Hood is a sluggish liver this produces constipation poisonous sub tames ate then absorbed into the blood. Keep the bowels open with Ajer s fills. A also manufacturers of j hair vigor. A ague cure. Cherry pectoral. F a yers to have no secrets we publish the formula of All our Medlo Inee

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