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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 6, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaIts a Many an vol. R,5�?no 8danville pa., thursday. May 6, 1909 established in 185� us. I Vinci h. .lenmng.s, Kyt 1st. Jonee Journ a. A. To re m. 204 Mill tit., a. A. To 4 p. A. Dii Vilu a \ 4 j5 ., 1>anvii.1.k, i a. It disease it it of Ihu stoic Rich ii jul intestines a Sper Zulty tie Era Duatin Lii in Oftle a otitis i town Hili Hosool Star will Nim lips Liq Larj Iest in Iii history of j t if school Jiu Pihis ruined the is Olliie Ihu Ulii of sgt of Tutor Oji oaf i Risoni Bou of i Ilu it in the re Jav fair shop. Tie of Montgomery Coon try contributed Sli 2 toward tie sup Poti of the Hospital Dur aug the last Luoth mud this prof tide spying a Large rat it Piug out of Ita ii Ole mrs Howard a Xinlian. Of sey ferr. Grasped iter e double barrelled Shotgun and filled Tito rodent. Arranged cuts Are being Luau for a reunion of graduates and former students of Crozier theological Seminary Chester to be held during commence i rent week next tune. A die path from Stroudsburg notes j tin fact that a Deer crossing the tracks of the Subiti Uehana Railroad near the i Delaware water Gap. Was Strok by fast train Aud fatally injured. Herbert used and John Moi us two 14 year of of Obester eur Gagil in a Ura Rei when ried pulled a revolver from his pocket and fired till Ball entering <., ainu leg near the High. the tar Tum High Sci ool Hise Ball Ream Ltd against a a nine lepers buting the Ludiana state nor i us school against the wishes of lilo Tarent Iii faculty All athletics have been forbidden for the term. Warring fast oils of the first Hap list i lick a of my us Iiga Hela who appeared in court at Washington were advised by judge mall value who reserved his decision to read to their Church covenant again and to abide by it. The Chester Board of Trade will cooperate wit i the civic Section of the new Century club of that place in an Effort to have the City thoroughly cleaned and school children Are being enlisted in thu movement to make it a renovated town. Having been an Active member in the lire companies of Waynesboro for nearly sixty years. Daniel Joli Sou claims the distinction of being the oldest Remau in Franklin county. This Mouth be celebrates his fifty seventh anniversary As a fire fighter. While working in his barn near Franklin daring the Progress of �1 storm Frank older. Aged do was kill my by lightning. Rev. Or. John Watchorn of Laii easter has been chosen religious director of the Landisville Camp meeting. Which will open Only Pennsylvania retail jewellers a association meets in Harrisburg in the Hoard of Trade rooms. June 3 and 4. The Assoofi Atod has shown great development in the past few years. Mrs. Barbara Hester who died in Maytown at the age of to years is survived by four children Twenty three grand children thirty six great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Preparations Are being perfected for a great Legal Battle in the Case of tames h. Boyle charged with the abduction of Willie Whit a of sitar on. A lion the trial begins next wed of Esray at Mercer. The Cigar factory of j. Frank sneer Inger of Hanover York co Init. Was burned Friday night a loss of about $15,000. There were about ,0 a a stamped cigars in toe building for slip intent. A Tho old Baron Steigel More evian 50 years ago ban been razed. Under the hour which Lead Many it Racks and Boic a. old coins were found one of whom a far timing of Ito. Governor Quot Tuart Lias signed the Bill by he in it Euta Tivo George k. Ller. Of Alleg lieu county requiring the and in Aiuto aude in counties staving from to 1,200.000 inhabitants a school for the cure maintenance and Lustre Caiiou of male children under the jurisdiction of to get juvenile courts former Deputy sheriff Grant m. Kooks is still suffer aug from the effects of a Butu while lighting the tire at the Boyertown opera ii ouse sustained january in 11 08. A spark lodged in or. To our a right Eye. Inflict log a Blister which subsequently developed into in Nicit. The optic has failed to t �?~4hind cd treatment. He re1�grip still lingers with of although when it comes to infectious and malignant diseases our District would seem to enjoy a immunity. The local registrars report for april slows a Olean Bill of lie Lalli As relates to both i pen Ionia and typhoid fever. I in the whole the physicians arc having an easy time of it considering tie of the year. The grip air Avail ing is most try of a Ornu Ahlai form. Like every other Fona of grip it is distressing enough to the patient but a trios far with Good have pulled rough. In tie Large District represented by or. Sli Lurz As local registrar and com a prising Danville Borough anti Malion aug. Cooper. Mayberry. Valley Liberty and West Hemlock townships Only one Case of Dight Liberia and one Scarlet fever Osro re ii Ortheil during Theiu ouch. There were seven cases of measles and three rates of Chick Eudox reported. Piip Case of Erysipelas is on the list. The death rate which last Mouth was i High has again fallen to Normal. In the above described District sixteen deaths were reported during the Mouth. Five of these occurred at the Hospital for tie insane. Iti March thirty four deaths were reported. In february there were Twenty deaths in january to Euty Oue and in december seven Tigu. The number of births reported in March was Twenty four. A fort for county. The division of medical inspection j covers the entire county outside of the j two boroughs than vile and washing Tonzillo. Tie report of or. G. A. J Stock Fis county medic Al inspector for the in onto of april slows Liat Over a this whle Section Liere were Only two a Isi h of Scarlet fever and three of diphtheria. One of who Njume Cong i and five of . There was one Case of Typ lipid fever Roper Tail one of Erysipelas and two of pulmonary tuber a Milosis death of eap j. in the six county firemen a can Van tied. Which will be held in Danville on 8th, Atli Aud Loti of june is be i using to engross polio attention. That it will turn out to be the important Aud monstrous event Chat the firemen have anticipated there would seem to to no doubt. A espouses Are now coming in every Day to the invitations sent out during March. Yesterday tie corresponding Secretary John q. Waite received word from Hazleton to the effect Liat the whole fire department of that town with four bands will be present. A Onipa Uylus tie contingent from Hazleton will to the fire department of West Hazleton. A Liland will be represented at the convention by two fire companies accompanied by a band. One of the Ashland companies will contain 125 men. Pottsville and Parsons will each Send one company. Other towns will be heard from during the next few Days. Now that All danger of a miners strike is averted then presentation from the Coal Region will no doubt be Large. Bloomsburg will be represented at the convention by two fire companies each with a band. Berwick will also be represented by Tsvor companies each accompanied by a band. One company and a band will be present from Milton. Sudbury will also be Well represented. The firemen realize that they will have to Hustle during the next few week. It is hoped that All the it Epport will he accorded them that is asked for to the end that the arrangements and proper Allons May he made on a scale that is in keeping with the magnitude Aud Imirian to of the con a Coriou. Pics ant 5urprl.<e party. A wifi rant Surprise was tendered miss Kiel Foust at the Home of her parents or. Aud mrs. C. W. Foust. West Market Street tuesday evening. Miss Foust was Tho recipient of a ilium bar of gifts a file time was in Jovad by All. Those present were Frances Harper L�ry Detweiler Pauline Waite Alice Waite Minnie Cohen race Bloch Mildred Foust Margaret Foust Elsie Bloch Mabel Foust. Ethel Foust 1 Jamss Patton. High Barber Dan a Leslier Lewis Williams. Harvey Jones Paul Foster. James Bowyer. Oharles Fisher Scott Gibson. Raymond Foust. Ralph Byerly. John Dentsch. Philip Foo fit Tom Mccoy Edwin Jones. Or. And mrs. J. C mice buoy or or. And mrs. D. E. Kim Hudaon or. And mrs. O. Rishel. Miss Ida de Nion Sod. Or and mrs. 0. W. Foust George Cohen Harris Edmondson. Walter Foust. Work on the new buildings at the Hospital for the insane has reached practically its last stage. It will re quire a week or longer to apply hie finishing Strok Stothe male jul Irmay. Bat All the other buildings Are completed. The Foster amp Glidden i company which did Alt tiie plumbing steam fitting ventilation and electrical work in Oon Netlon with Tjie new j buildings is now preparing t5 got off the Groi Iii monday workmen employed in tearing Down tie Buhl ing temporarily erected by tiie com Pauy to Lionso its machinery. Is a. I the in Oster a lidded company has been at Danville for Over one year. It in a a vary Large coup Eric a Liili Doc All its own Carpenter Zidack Sudith and other work. It is Furt Lier distinguished by tarring wit i it a pipe cutting Macline we Ipoh outs pipe of any dimension no to eight inches. To House the latter Nin Chiue Blacksmith forges i to. A Large building was erected in the rear of tiie Hospital. A. Dio Koy As Clinef Engineer has been in charge of of ter in Glide eur a work in Danville. Frank Montrevil an expert representing Warren Webster amp co., patentees of Thesy it tem installed. As inspector has also been on tie ground much of tie time during the year past. Both of Toliese Young men have made Many friends during heir stay in Danville being Bigby esteemed fur their social and Osiier Good qualities. Leaving Danville the Faustsr lid Usu company will enter upon a big Hospital Job it Bingo Umito n. V. Car Loath of equipment fur l , n. A. Where the Home office is tie we Rren went a system As la Fital Lel a finally suspected by or. Mont Ranill and t. B. Switzer de r text a Gug the Dur ing the i resent week Ai the next i ii lug if tir Hjad of turns tip a it . 111 Hight by Jeffi acc. And. Work on the pc Dispo Al is not progressing my owing t i die weather of the last couple of weeks. A great Deal of Concrete work in already done. A portion of includes a Largo sprig Klong filter bid Oue Lindred feet Square. Twenty five men Are employed All but Olnee being residents of Dauville it. With Lour except uus All Are americans. Waitt d. Wernet the superin Teini aug Engineer and a. D. Fatten found daily on tie Job. Along with e. D. Harshbarger. The contractor Uliey will be residents of Donville for some months to come. Our townspeople who have Senge disposal More or less remotely in View for Triem selves will be gratified to icarus Liat tiie system being installed at the is a demonstrated success.4ach a thing As failure is impossible. If tie system be designed on a scale to conform with the size and requirements of the or town a if it be properly constructed and Kepi in Good run Piug order. Our readers will also be glad to learn that the system being installed at the Hospital embraces every possible outlet from the buildings Aud will eventually take in the ii All Straci i owing Down along tie West Side of the grounds which it is alleged is the source of Point Lou in the abandoned canal. All about the new strict res lie piles of Earth excavated in building along with heaps of Stone Brick and other material left Over which give things a untidy appearance and Detry a tense whal from the general effect. The patients Are daily employed in cleaning up the buildings and it eem to take great interest in the work. That they have a lengthy Job ahead of them which will nut he finished until some months later is quite evident. The work of filling of the canal the cuu tract for which is held by George Rockwell of Sudbury has also readied its last stage. The Long Section Between tie Nivert at the Hospital eur Tranco and the Gas Husn is practically finished. When completely levelled Over Oue hardly recognizes the spot for a life Toiuo the Eye has been accustomed to the old canal hut not a Trace of it now remains. Now Iero else along its course Lias the old waterway been filled up in this manner. The soil scooped out of the Bottom of the canal has All been replaced by the steam dredge wit i Tho exception of Liat lies on a Small Section near Tho Western end of tie Grno Iid. As damped by the bucket on the filling of cinder it lies in knolls and ridges. To loved these Down plows and scrapers Are employed. Monday one plow wit i two horses Aud thine scrapers each drawn by Oue horse were in service on the canal. Captain John a. Winner a former Roh Dent and father of our townsman John 8. Winner died it his Home Sech Erville Wise Oisin on april 23rd and was buried at that plaice on the sunday following. Captian Winner was born at Buck lion Colombia Confy. On november id 1831. Prior to he lived in Danville. He was a Shoin Naker by occupy Iliou a id 0 cupic1 a Sli p Luone of tie coup Iii houses opposite tie structural tubing conic Iii a a Nice on kit Market Street. He was n Man of Ahil it and of Rafiu Fly la All his reunions with i a. As a Veteran of tie civil War. Ii had an Cuvi Atule record was very popular with Niem Bors of tie in. A. K. Ind Orli is. The deceased was married on january 1. Is.57, to miss Margaret Mcbride Olio died in october 1h05. He is survived by Elliree Bous Lames s.,of Sech Erville Grant of Black Litver Falls. W�3. Jolin 8. Of this City and three Dau gliders. Mrs. F. J. H. Stolts. Mrs. George Laing and mrs l. A sly of Sech Erville. He is also Sor Vived by Twenty Obrec grand children. Or. Winner was a Man of very robust health until about a year ago when he became i of dropsy. For several Koutlis he suffered severely nud was very feeble in 18s0 or. Winner with Bis family. Removed to Jackson county. Wis. For several cars he was in tie employ of j. R. Sechser a firmer of , who Early in life removed to Wisconsin and became found her of Sech Erville. Later a Apt Aln win her purchased a Small farm where he made hie Home Nutil the de Atli of Liis wife. Tha deceased Civilis Liml in con Pouy o fourteenth Van la volunteers on april 27. I8rtl. Upon Lincoln a first Call for Nln steers. He served the Throe months under tie Call and then Imirie Dontely re enlisted in it of Jinny f. Of the a to regiment for Tiree years in nov Ether 28tli, j8fi2. He was mad Quot Chipain 0/ his coup any and served As Suomi nil Al the end of ids period of enlist Nierop. When his term expired he again Onlia Tod serving an additional 100 Days and finally was mustered out at Harrisburg. Pa., in november fit. Ihrl after More than three years. And six months in the faithful service of his nun try. Death claims mrs. Wal Izic mrs. Harriet Richart Wallize. Oue of the oldest residents of this pity died at the family Homestead East Centre Street at 0 o clock tuesday Uio Roug after a Long and painful 111-uess. The deceased was the widow of Misti Al Wallize win departed this life in Inch. Slih was the Daog liter of Robert Rio Hart Aud was born near Jersey Towie with in to e present Linith of in Toor Coniry in what was at that time Columbia county. 8l e was used 88 years 4 inn the Aud 17 Days. Mrs. Wallize was in Good Hei Illi up to about last Janina re a year ago. When Sho sustained a h id fall which Slio never rec Ven d. Her suffering at time.was most Iii Teiche. The deceased was the last Burvis Jug charter member of the Grove in Resby Teri us Church organized fifty four years ago. Her husband Michiael Wallize was also a charter Tieniber of the Grove Church and at the time of his dentil was the Only surviving member w Ith the exception of his we Ife. Mrs. Wallize was a consistent Christian. She was a benevolent woman of Cho Eiful disposition and although she had positive opinions of her own was Ever resp Eiful of the rights and opinions of others. She was Well informed on All subjects Aud took a keen int�?~rc9t in affairs of daily life an interest which she did not Lo. even in the midst of her sufferings in tic last Days of her life. She loved the Young and was especially interested in the tilings that concerned them and affected their welfare whether in hip ritual or Tomt Oral matters. Mrs Wallize is survived by one Dang Liler. Mrs. 1 a. Perho of and one son. Icon r. Wallize. Both of this City. O6 or outlier John Richart of a a Lorida. Also survives. The funeral will be held at rim Limor Stead thursday afternoon at 2 30 o clock and will in the inter Lionti private will take a Dace in l air View it Meteny. Over a dozen through Tow Only 202 dogs arb Horst wins from v. M. C. A. Doylestown business men Are organizing a chamber of Commerce the purpose being to secure Madura staring plants for the Borough. Horty hours Devotion. Forty hour.Devotion will begin at . Hubert e Catholic Church at 7 30 sunday morning. It will close tuesday evening. The weather will soon be a hot enough for you. A a the White horse and y m c. A. Base Ball teams yesterday opened their seasons with a game on the new grounds which resulted in a Victory for the j while horse by a score of 12 to 7. No admission was charged there was Good sized crowd present. The game afforded few sensational moments. The Home run of Woolridge in the seventh was the feature of the game. It was the longest hit that has been made on the new grounds. The Ball sailed Well Over the enter Field Fence and striking the ground 00 the for ride of the Creek rolled of onto the Railroad tracks. Y. M. 0. A. R. H. 0. A. E. Burke. 2b. F 2 3 3 0 Kase 0. 1 i 5 1 0 Woolridge Kab 1 1 0 0 of Snyder. If. 1 2 3 1 Mccloud. 3b a 1 8 2 1 Edmondson of .1 1 0 0 0 1 Price. In1 0 a 0 11 Mcki Ruth of 0 1 0 0 0 Ammerman. P 0 i 0 7 10 a a it 6 1 White horse. H. H. 0. A. K. A Coiner if 2 3 2 0 0 Kler. Kab. I 1 3 2 0 m. Law la. 1 1 8 0 of e. In it pc. .0 1 1 0 Barrett of ____2 1 0 0 it 1 Mcconn Iok p 3 0 1 3 1 h Bookmiller. 3b 1 i 2 2 1 deep. 2h. I 4 1 3 1 w. B oks Niller of 1 0 a it 0 0 12 12 27 11 4 two Hundred and two dogs have been assessed in Danville this a Prius. Special interest attaches to Hiis in View of the Tio resale Slaughter of dogs that took Placid aug list summer due to the a Are. It will be recalled that at last on Hundred dogs were Kille-1 either at the instance of Itier of Wijt a or h Cavise Hev were running at i Ithone being properly muzzled in violation of the quarantine. How Many dogs escaped tiie is not known at Lii is time but ass in ing that the asses it ors were careful and thorough la their work then one year ago Liere were something like three Hondred dogs in Danville one third of which during the six tuoutl.fol lowing were killed. Under the Law pursues Are obliged to tax on dogs a a owned or harboured. La the first Ward of Danville seventy eight dog.Are assessed. Twenty nine of these belong to owners of premises forty two to tenants and seven to single persons in the second Ward there Are fifty nine dogs according to the assessors books. Seventeen belong to owners of premises thirty six to tenants Aud six to single persons. In Trie third Ward the assessor found forty ii dog.Twenty belong to owners of premises Twenty four to tenants Aud two to single persons. La Tho fourth Ward Nineteen dogs Are Aase it sed five belong to owners of pre Nii Seh twelve in tenants Aud two to single . A manual state convention struck out by Amnier Mau 4, by Mccormick d. First base on called balls off Ammerman d. Off Mccormick j. Joab Buckwalter a progressive Farmer living in Montgomery county has installed a gasoline engine which he is making serve the fivefold Pur it Ose of running the water pump clothes Washer bottle Washer Bone grinder and meat Cutter. The helluva methodist episcopal Church Pittsburg celebrated the Cen Teu ulal of its organization last Monduy by raising Foo a minute for thirty minutes or i8,000 at Tho morning service. To its debt. An additional $2,000 was raised in the evening. Two children of Howard Batchelder of Norristown supposed to have been lost were found in Montgomery Ceme Trey mile from Home picking wild Flowers. Local members of the Royal Arcanum Are a a Tell a Teli in the plans for the Fourte Cut biennial state convention of the order Bioh will he a held in Lii Aldolphia on May 12 and 13 the hotel Salton will he the Lead Quarter a of the officers tiie grand Council of the order and the sos Slous will be held in the Academy of music. A. H. Drucker Jiller of sunburn. Is grand chaplain. Over 300 delegates Are exp Coteil to attend representing Over 30,000 members of the order and councils in All parts of Tho state. That a Large proportion of our Olti Zena feel a keen interest in automobile ing in Gem ral and the Long endurance run being made under the auspices of the Harrisburg motor club in Partick Lar was Well demonstrated by the Large and eager crowd that for several hours yesterday stood at the intersection of Mill and Bloom streets waiting for the Coli renting cars to pass through Danville. About noon a a press car a forming the Van of the Long and scattered procession reach i town Stop Luc at the City hotel for i Short time. It was a six Cylinder f. R. Lionia it. Cir and contained five men. The took in a Supply of gasoline at will g. Brown and proceeded on its Way toward Winike Baric. During tha next hour some four or five of nor press curs rolled through town. Sonic of these Canio in Over Tho state Highway while others we Ipoh left the procession at Sun Bury came up the River Toad. About 1 30 p. In. The Pilot car reached town making its Way without any loss of time up Bloom Street in the direction of Wilkes Barre. At Points along the course confetti was thrown out of the oar to serve As a guide for the automobiles making the endurance run. Real interest however entered in the contesting cars the first one of which made its appearance about 1 45 of clock. During the next hour Aud a Quarter eight cars passed to rough town. With one exception the car which arrived shortly after 3 of clock a All Jins sed through town at a moderate rate of Speed. The car forming the exception came very near paying dearly for its indiscretion. By phone tie waiting and exited crowd Learned that tie car had left Washin Touville. Just Twenty iwo i intes after leaving Washingtonville Tho car Camu to plug in North Mill .�?�.treet. Near the of Center Street the unsuspecting Auto ii to a it Tiuch the Gutter with its accompany Itig Hump in the paving Wlinich came within a Ace of to growing tie Meu out and caused the Driver to practically lose control of his oar. Which without any diminution of Speed veered to he right starely escaping the curb in front of Murray a Block. The car in making the turnip Bloom Street swung nut Over the paving opposite Cleav i r Stor nearly run Niue Down a halt it dozen spectators. Before the Driver succeeded in gaining control of tiie car it Glt a Down into the Gnerer along Side the first National Bank escaping the curb by less Thau six t Thev. The whole affair via it i Iii spin it o Lar. When the Star w it motor the Luiu in the paving the men bounced u i above the car at least two feet. The i it in crowd yelled loudly and scampered for cover but. As by fore stated set i Al persons came near being Strook t a close Call did not Dampen he Enri Iusi. A Iii of the . Who dallied up Bloom Street at the same rapid rate at which they entered the town. Oue of the contesting cars ran out of gasoline and was obliged to Stop Short in Trout of the armory f. P. Johnson oame to the Rescue with his automobile making a record run of to will g. Browne a for a Supply of gasoline. The car was delayed Only a few mini get. The cars and Meu alike looked As if Thoy Envoi entered bad roads. The Macli Lipics were covered with mud while the men clothing bore a thick coat of the same substance. cars winding no the procession passed through town about 5 of clock Raki us 12 in All that belonged to the run. Tho Pilot car broke Down at the Tsivin this above Grovania. It received assistance from the moxie car of tills City and was enabled to proceed on its Way. The fact that there Are some half a dozen candidates for nomination for sheriff in this county is considered worthy of comment at present. Yet nearly a Hundred years ago when this territory was comparatively speaking a wilderness there was much larger number of for nominal in a but for the office of i Hluz fifi voted for it the general elec Tiou. A a Glauco Over the iuustyfile9 of the a Republican Fri printed in Danville in the first Piaru r a f the last of ulry reveals some Aud very i Ipie facts relating to poetics. In 181 a there were twelve candidates for sheriff As follows Heury Alward David Smith John m Quoin. Jaco it Rupert. Robert Dunlap. John Derr. William Brower John l Russ cell. William Maun James Montgomery and William Dale. La 1k22 the co uhf get a Moch hot-1 ter one. In that year there were four teen candidates for the office of sheriff among tie Aap krauts being William Brewer., who was Defeated in isl a Early in the summer the candidates began to announce themselves and soon the greater part of one Page of the newspaper was filled. The an Don cements took the form of regular with hues of Promise no Type interspersed to Ratcli the Eye of the elector. The announcements varied in size according to the Means or lib i Eralic of the candidate. Each Arnoud Cement began with the stereotyped Hue a to the Independent i electors of Columbia Crio Uty Quot immediately following Iii came the i announce meet. A Lew of the candidates where modest hut the majority Dill not set a Ripple a a t i blow their own of the latter Cla it a the an Nanc Eniet of William Kitchen mar be taken As a Sample. Or. Kitchen in addressing the Vot is says am not a Man of Nauy , in it 1 believe that it will be pretty generally led by Liliose who know in that my is the reverse of ii and . Should you think proper to elect me you will Confer on i me a lasting obligation whose biggest aim it Liall be 0 Benefit my fellow citizens As a return for their kindness Aud Benefit to me William was not elected. I besides or. Kit Hen other candid ates in the Field were Isaac read j Samuel Webb. Tangob Dyer Hezekiah Rooue Andrew Reynolds. Josiah Mcclure. Uzal Mopkins William Brewer. Alex Aiken David Fausey. William , i Iain Colt Aud tames Woodside. The two latter it seems dropped out before the election. The other twelve saudi iat it. Were voted for. An ire v Yevu nods was a Leclef receiving Lois votes. Hezekiah Boone r a a Eive i Only 72 votes and was the lowest. It is True Itiat Tho tar Ritty Sembrat de at Itiat time took in both Montour and Colombia county but allowance most be made for the fact that the entire territory was very Spain Ely settled a that Remote to year in jail former residents. Mrs. Montgomery ii oui and Sou Rollert Hunt of Decatur ill idols spent last evening at the Home of or. And mrs. John h Hunt. West Mai toning Street. Both Are former residents of Danville. This is the first time that mrs. Hunt has visited her former Home in thirty five years Aud or. Hunt has been in Danville on but Oue during that time. Joseph uni ice. A it used of Chicken stealing Aud arrested i Gay cd Iii Miniee Moyer was found guilty in Northu i he Laud of duty court yesterday Aud sentenced to one year in the of duty jail. Joseph is an old offender and scarcely an hour elapsed Between the twin Ltd that his Case went to he grand jury and judge Savidge passed seut Enoe. Gulick pleaded not guilty but the evidence was conclusive to the jury and the twelve men agreed upon a ver diet without leaving their seats. The Case occupied the last hour of the Forenoon session. Mrs. William i. Wintersteen and mrs. Howard f. Lingo went to Jersey Tow n on tuesday to attend the graduation exercises of tie High school there the former a sister. Miss Myrtle Moreau being one of the graduates and an Honor student. Mrs. W. Fred Jacobs and Ensign Randall Jacobs spent yesterday with or. Robert m Tacobs at walk b.irre. Mrs James Fox. Sidler Hill left yesterday fat in a visit with relative in Sharan Kiu. Or. Aud mrs. Philip Pollock Riverside spent yesterday with friends in Sunbury. Benjamin Rosen Steini transacted he Sines in Sunbury yesterday. .u1s8 Elsie pc Trorman. Of Riverside left last evening for a visit with relatives Al roaring Creek. Oharles Grimm of Lewisburg arrived last even aug for a visit with William Hendricks. Riverside. Miss May l Ewis left yesterday for Shenandoah where she will visit friends and relatives. Mis. Ellen Oritz of Philadelphia. 70 years old. Is dead because her daughter gave her a dose of Oil of Cedar in mistake for or Matio spirits of ammonia. Even a rat has some excuse for Liv lug. It is still True that he who gives his life for a great cause finds it. Jets Carnegie Hedal. The Carnegie hero commission sitting at Pittsburg has awarded to John 0. Shoreman of West Pittston. A Bronze medal and $7,150 to squid at his indebtedness. On Matoh 24. 1907, Schureman rescued Karl a. Kellar at d ii who had grasped a live wire. The Bov was saved but Schure Raan oame in Contact with another wire Aud was permanently injured. At a wedding reception in one of the Eastern counties a Al Muskrat was the principal dish

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