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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 19, 1904, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for the Home i he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly it will pay you of advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year he. Irvinc h. Jan Manlis 1 Kyi 1st.�? office than 9 .4. Y. To i in my St., i i Quot. Y to in. In Taille. I Quot Job printing to a Xii it of a i Urf r and nil trial this country will never be entirely free until it supplies All of its own dem and with its own productions a a ii Imeln Tinly is i a Lilia so i f. I it in of All k input Mil 0��< not n vol. 4i no -0. Danville. A. Till Ruday May i l my j 1 Ahl lt/., n. I. 4-5 St., Dan Vii i a. I of tile Stein in la held i n la it Lues a special to the last of of the hoi on j i la a Contemp and on ing of it i Khz. A. In. a dentist of ick. 21s my 1.1. Quot the kit. Extracted without pain. Crown and Bra life work a specially. Equipped with the test and umut unproved i u Strum it und prepared i execute the Inott difficult work. Us. C. H. Reynolds hk.n1 1st 28.s Mil at., Danville in Al. in All it of Bohr. Chr get moderate a us Gharai Steed kit by died 1hw2 condensed news. Adieu to May frosts. Vacation Days Are near. Flowers will he Pant if 1 tor memorial Day. Thrifty householders an fitting up their Doreen doors. There Are no flies on them. St. Louis has not been crowded As vet. The landlords checked the and sauce. If blossoms Are any indication there will be fruit to Burn. and Large tracts of Woodland. Send full description Aud Price. New York amp Peon a clock Haven a. Under the new adjustment the salary of the Catawissa postmaster has been reduced from #1500 to $1800 per year the St. Louis hotel keepers Are com aug to time. They Are beginning to realize that the great american Public is not a dead easy. A a there was plenty of Anthracite Coal mined in this state last year but not enough to bring the prion Down to a proper level. Lycoming Rooney has organized a Good roads association to take advantage of the provisions of the state Law in a practical methodical Way. The directors of the Columbia county fair association at Bloomsburg have set aside #4,000 Foi racing purses. There will he six purses of 1500 each two of #400 each and a county purse of $200. The boys who would like to attend the summer Encampment must income a a a Ojera now or be debarred. Weather knockers have some reason for using the Sledge Hammer now. The annual extermination of the Mosquito is already being planned. Memorial Day should be Sac redly observed and efforts made to Stop its desecration. There is just As much physical Cul Ture in a i Arviet beater As in a pair of dumb Bells or a base Ball Bat. The Czar would like to abdicate. Poor Man uneasy is the Bead that wears a Crown. There is Consolation in the fact that at this stage of the season cold wave cannot be of Long duration. The Cool and backward Spring has had the Merit of keeping Hack the usual Onset of flies and Moth Millers. Even Japan is surprised at the wars developments. The wily Little fighters did no to expect such an easy time. The amount of taxable property in the Borough of Bloomsburg for 11 04 has increased $184,55? Over last year. Polish citizens of it. Carmel have organized a Mutual tire insurance company with $300,000 insurance taken Aud next week a similar company w ill be formed by English speaking residents. At the conclusion of the knights Templar Parade at their convocation on May 24 and 25 at York All the bands will mass at the head of the line under the direction of k. Sir a. Howard Thomas general Herald and March in review. Is a Maher of health &akin5 powder absolutely pure there is no substitute h to the construction us a along tin full i has been removed night a special a meet a a us held at which it was a Friar l to t v Ute an agreement Between the p. Amp h. Railway company and the Borough of Danville by which for a nominal Cousin iteration flip Borough is permitted to carry its a ver through the archway us 1 r the tracks of the above company. The following members were present at the special meeting heirs under Vastine Swank. Boyer Joseph Gibson David Gibson Lloyd and Davis the latter in the chair. Application for permission to Cross under the track of the p. Amp r. Hail i Way company was made nearly a Mouth ago. On saturday the agreement was forwarded from the com Froni present indications it does not pm unlikely that within the next six months the Borough of Danville May have its own electric Light Plant. The three year contract with the Standard electric Light company of this City expires on november 1st and the Light committee of Council by doing a Little figuring has discovered that by generating its own electricity the Borough can install a larger number of arc lights than Are at present furnished and at the same time secure lights of greater Power for considerably less Money Thau is being paid. 1 Council by an unanimous vote last Mouth decided to investigate the subject to see whether a saving could not to effected in the matter of Light. In the interim experts have been consulted and investigations conducted along All lines. With the extraordinary facilities at Panyk a head Quai tors w Biclie Only await de the signatures Aud the action of the water works the committee Lac Council to make it Biu Diug. The rail lives that the Borough can replace Road company insisted upon certain stipulations which to Council seemed reasonable. Among these was that tie work should he done under the oversight of a representative of the p. Amp h. Railway company also that a nominal consideration of one Dollar be paid. The action of Council is summed up in the following Resolution which on motion of or Keif Suyei carried unanimously a that the president and the Secretary of the Council of the Borough of Dauville be Aud Lureby Are authorised to execute the agreement Between the Catawissa Railroad company the Philadelphia amp heading railway company Aud the Borough of Danville tor the placing Aud the maintenance by the said Borough of a Terra Cotta sewer pipe through the Culvert underneath the tracks right of Way and property of the Railroad companies said sewer to be used solely to convey sewage under and across the said track and right of Way. A the sewer Cau now be pushed rapidly to completion. By the last of the week Superio Tondut Keefer will be ready to tackle tie Culvert a troublesome Aud difficult Job is anticipated As the Bottom is Laid with Mem it which will have to be laboriously removed by Chipping before a Trench can be sunk. The same thing had to he done in order to open a Way for the Trench in the boroughs conduit under Walnut Street adjoining and the process proved a slow and tedious one. The work if anything will prove More difficult under the Railroad As the archway there is of smaller it. The sixth eight arc lights of some 12 h Candle Power at present doing service with seventy five arc lights of 2000 Candle Power at such a redaction of Cost As will pay for the Plant in a few years time. There is plenty of space in the water works tor a Light Plant. The boilers Are ample and All that is required is to install a Dynamo and engine. The Plant could be run in connection with the water works Aud by adopting the 100-hour arc lamps which Burn nearly a week without attention the Cost of operating the system could he reduced to a minimum. Plans and specifications Are being made and will be ready in a couple of weeks time. If these he approved by Council bids will be invited forthwith. A thoroughly modern system installed in a Mouth or six time. Can be weks senior Glass of High school. The senior class of the High school has now entered upon its two weeks vacation preceding the Amin jul commencement. The members of the graduating class this year Are Frances welliver Elizabeth Reed May Book it Sara Wood Side Amanda Heiss Bertha Miller Carlton Mchenry Charles Bernheimer Harry Keim Walter Raver Raymond Herrington and John Mettler. Classes in swimming. Among other form of outdoor sports and exercise for the summer under consideration by the menus gymnasium classes of the y. M. C. A. Is swimming in the North Branch of the Sas que Tianua this is a popular and healthful exercise and is useful Asan accomplishment which in by Lead to the saving of life. Swimming however has never been popular with adults in i an Villa notwithstanding that the North Branch at almost any Point furnishes excellent bathing grounds. Physical director carpenters id it a is to organize a swimming class of the men and boys who belong to the gymnasium classes during the Winter. He May not attempt anything very difficult in swimming hut he feels confident that he can give to All a fair knowledge of the rudiments of the science developing Confidence and laying the foundation which with sufficient practice will enable the Man or boy to become an expert swimmer. The swimming proposition however encounters a difficulty in the Borough ordinance which prohibits bathing within the Borough. The inference might be that this related to the custom of boys bathing nude and that Frances welliver graduates with lion there would be no objection to Anyox ors Aud will therefore be lab Dietor distorting in the water properly Clad Ian. Carlton Mchenry takes second As at the summer resorts. The Oliu Lionor and will have the Salut Atory. Elizabeth Reed also takes honors hav ing attained a Grade of 96 per cent in the work of the Junior Aud senior years. Honors hereto Fon Ance however is unqualified Aud sweeping. Section 1st under the head of a a nuisances reads a it shall in unlawful for any person or persons to Bathe in the Susquehanna depended solely River Pennsylvania canal Mahoning upon the work of the senior year Bat Creek or in any Stream or Public place this year they Are based upon the within the limits of the Borough of grades of both Junior Aud senior years. Danville. Any person or a re sous who it is u new system under which honors shall violate any of the provisions of next year will he based upon the work this Section of this ordinance shall for of the first three years Aud the year frit and pay a line of five dollars for following upon the entire four years each and every of the course. Professor Carpenter says to will not the class of �?T04 has the credit of be be deterred by the ordinance hut will ing a diligent hard working one Sev take his classes properly clothed in eral contemplate taking a Roll g a a h thing suits at some distance up or course hut at this Early Day their plans Down the Stream or More probably on As a general thing Are not Complete. Tie opposite Side of the River where the baccalaureate Sermon will be they will be out of the boroughs preached to the graduating lass by jurisdiction. In Mahoning sunday eve. N Kev. J. E. Hutchison presbyterian Church on nig May 2to la commencement will take place in the opera House on tuesday evening june 2nd tick to for the latter event Are on Sale and sell aug rapidly. Commemorative postage Stamps. Louisiana Purchase commemorative postage Stamps were placed on Sale at the local Post office yesterday. The Stamps comprise a special series in five denominations known As the commemorative series of Lii 4. The denominations and subjects of these Stamps Are As follows one cent Green subject Robert r. Livingston United states minister to France who conducted the negotiations tor the Louisiana Purchase. Two Cut red Thomas Jefferson president of the United states at the time of the Purchase. Three cent purple James Monroe special ambassador to France in the matter of tin Purchase who with Livingston closed the negotiations. Five it end Blue William Mckinley there hut the Road is rough Cut up wlm As , of the United states into ruts and altogether affords a approved t lie acts of Congress official pretty Good object lesson to Liow the connecting the United states gov wis Dora of the legislature in passing eminent with the commemorative exit Law designed to inaugurate new portion. Methods in Road making. Ten event Brown United states map showing the territory i tin Purchase Rains cause bad roads. The recent Rains have had the effect of making had roads. Throughout the Rural districts Toad making was under Way or just completed when the Rains came on the natural result being that All the Loose Earth thrown into the Road was quickly turned into mud. There Are however few stretches of Road that Are in a worse condition than the Highway Between the Northern line of the Borough and Mausdale which is to be rebuilt with state Aid not Only is mud a troublesome Factor stairway to launches. A Fine stairway was constructed on the River Bank near tin foot of ferry Street yesterday for the convenience of persons wishing to ride in the naphtha launches. A dry Boardwalk leads from the foot of the Star is to tin wat Edge valuation raised. The county coins is i mers have in instances Rais d the Alu Atiniz on some properties throughout the county. The own is Are now being informed i of the a a .1 a Ait Cut by tin those 1 to Ile Valu it Ion will act Ion through in tie commissioners Fieri Hughey Dougherty Vic Richards sire to a Quot Al i rom Iii 1 i Quot old Turi Ewill lie will it a it it 1 a a 1 a r Quot us must Smith treat the to la county. It Quot Quot in Oil saturday. May 23tli. Roguer Yueling next saturday. A i Ermini. ill kit a 1.1 he Harry Davis of Philadelphia was arrested and committed to jul in this City yesterday Oil the serious charge of having assaulted a woman about 3. To of clock yesterday afternoon Joseph Diehl and a companion named Shaft appeared in t non with a Well dressed stranger 111 charge whom they handed Over to chief id police or Nee mover alleging that lie was guilty of assaulting a woman on the dug Road. The Story As Rel it d by Diehl was As follows he lives on Bald top and was on his Way Home from town where he is employed. Above the dug Road he was Over taken by the woman who full of excitement related that she had Beau assaulted. Diehl at once started in Pursuit of the Man who was out of sight. On tin North Zinb Claud Road the pursuer came 1 across a Man who said he had seen a Man run Down the dug Road and hurry on his Way toward Lover a a leap where he crossed Over the can i Bridgeland started up along the Riv r. Diehl at once turned his attention to that course and proceeding in the direction of town finally overtook the Man toward whom suspicion poin de. He entered into conversation a a a the fellow and walked along with him until they came to a place where Shutt tor yesterday was fishing. He la Ete formally took the stranger into custody Aud calling upon Shutt to assist him brought the fellow to town. The stranger who said his name was a Harry Davis Aud gave Philadelphia As his residence protested that he was j innocent of any such a charge. He was taken into the office at City Hal while messenger was dispatched tor the j woman assaulted to see whether she could identify the Man. In due time she arrived and no sooner Cut r �1 tin office Thau she exclaimed a that s the Mao a the woman gave her name As Ida m. Carl and is employed a housekeeper on a farm on Bald top she had been to town to consult Herp Hysi j Ciau Aud according to her Story was returning Home along the dug Road lieu All of a sudden some one seized her and placing his hand firmly Over j lir Mouth Flung her violently to the ground. She struggled desperately and succeeded in escaping from tiny Many so clutches. Sve ran a Short distance j when she As again seized by the Man. After another desperate struggle she succeeded in getting away while the Man tied in tin opposite direction. She was Cut about the Mouth where the Man had struck her with his hand and to corroborate this the woman produced Ati envelope stained with blood which she carried when assaulted. The Man was arraigned before Justice of the peace Oglesby. He still protested his innocence but was held for court bail being fixed at live Hundred dollars. Davis made in Effort to procure a Bondsman and was committed to jail. The prisoner stated that lie has a Mother living in Danville. A i Mai k Kemt George from a v at r a i. Anton transacted business in Pittston a a a St Drav a l Mart. A if Shari Vokin. Was Danville visitor a a Ster Dav 11 Winder of Lonni Sherg transacted in Sims n Liis City yes Tow a a .1 p. Bin Way cd Rio Duisburg. Was a Danville i tor yesterday s. F. Ricketts split yesterday afternoon i shag in tin Vicinity of Cain Oron. F a Herrington transacted business in Bloomsburg yesterday Rev. A m i vim was a sni Hury visitor yesterday or and mrs liar Les Whispell left yesterday for a i in with friends in Berwick. Liar Les Antrim left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Wyoming i May Dreisbach of it at Winsa was tiie guest of friends in this City yesterday. Mrs. Jacob Sobler pent yesterday att Rte you with friends in Loonis Burg. Harry Smith was a blooms org Visi j p Dunham of . Was a Dauville visitor yesterday. Or Frauk Shannon of Sunbury. Visited friends in this City yesterday. Mis Carrie Harman of Catawissa visited friends in this City yesterday. James 11 and Riksen of Catawissa was a Danville visitor yesterday. F. P. Johnson of this City returned Home from a visit to Pittsburg last 1 evening. Mrs. Mary a. Fields returned Home from a visit to last eur aug. Squire Stephen Ellis of exo me was in this City yesterday. I May Scott of Northumberland visit a friends in this City yesterday. L. P. Warm r of Washin Touville was a visitor in this cite yesterday. The limit of expansion. Last week a car Load of new machinery was installed at the silk Mill and this week it is in full operation giving employment to a number of i Dit ional hands. With this instalment of Machin a it tie limit of expansion Lias been readied at or. Hartman a Busy Plant every foot of floor space about the building being occupied. From the Day that or. Hartman started up his silk Mill Here he has followed out the policy of employing help in Advance. No Bright boy or girl who applied for employment was Ever permitted to depart disappointed. They were at once taken in Aud put Tel work a Little time Sufficing to make them competent bands. It was to provide employment for this extra lies a that or. Hartman from time to Tim since he has been in Danville has in creased the capacity of his Plant. This is the secret of his Success in always having an adequate Supply of skillful help Oil hand. Placed his head on rail. The Engineer of a gravel train w i. In passed through West Nanticoke about tour o clock monday afternoon noticed a Mao sitting on a pile of Railroad ties near the track apparently interested in a Small Book which to held in his hand. A moment later a trackman saw him tear the Book into Small bits and deliberately place i neck across one of the rails Between the front and Hind wheels of the moving cars. An other instant and the head a severed from the body. The train w is topped and the Crew placed the i one of the Flat cars and took d. L. W. Freight station. The Man was apparently about a years of age about five of a a t eight inches in height and probably weighed 150 pounds smooth shaven Amk with dark hair. He was neatly dry in a Black suit. I aug Cha sold. Harvey Dietrich of Danvila yesterday sold his Imp Lith i la Inch to Samuel he a her of a i i k. Tin launch was taken up the rive or yesterday it the Iufoon with i Heller Hini Elf in charge. It by on it to tin official list of delegates. The Pennsylvania delegation to the Republican National convention will consist of sixty eight delegates Ami sixty eight alternates. There will be four delegates and tour alternates at Large and two Dele gite an to i Alten gets from each of the thirty two confessional districts. Tin state convention elected the four delegates and four Al ter at at Large. They Are delegates at larg Samuel w. Periu Packer Harrisburg Jam Elverson Philadelphia Francis l. Robbins Pittsburg o. Bleak Ley Franklin. Alternates at Large of. S. Heishman Pittsburg d. L. Jesse l. Hartman Hollid by Borg Samuel b. Dick Meadville. In All but one of the congressional districts tie t nth which embraces la Kawauna county the District delegates Ami the. Alt mates have been chosen. For tin sixt Bentli District the Delegate it chosen Are James Foster e. E. . Clement and Fred p. Vine it. The Penn Sylvania Ltd Legates to the Republican National convention will have head in dirt is at the auditorium in Chicago. May term of court. Court will Convene on next monday the 23rd inst. At present however there is very Litt e business on hand. The criminal cases Are Tew and trivial. On the i i Vil lid the a a of Sarah 0. Cromley is. The Penis it Ylva Uia Railroad company was Down fur trial hut owing to the serious illness of John s. Mckeo of was nit own a leading witness for the defense the Case has been continued. The grand jury will Convene on monday 2 sri and As things now stand the traverse jury will come in on tuesday the 24th. There is hut one prisoner in jail and the Small amount cd business for court had a parallel last Winter when one session was disc Ned with the traverse juror being notified not to appear. No on will deny that Little Montour i Well sustaining it reputation As a p. C Loving id 4 Law abiding oui i Unity. Harvesting ice in May. The Novelty of tilling an ice House in the Middle of Mayfe 11 to the expert once of Kaiim i Henry Reich tenant on the farm of prof Onota a Thomas g. Vincent in Cooper township yesterday. The Brunt a Lluz terrible flood last March of 11 on the Vincent farm and among the huge it a a masses deposited the r a it re a number of big boulders we Iblis notwithstanding the action of the a elements Are still nearly two of a a it thick. If a this i. That or. Reich Iii i fill no his ii House a a Ste Day the it a of i was admin i sir red by the it. Rev Ethelbert Tal but. D., la. In. Bishop of the i i Orose at Christ episcopal Church i this City last night. A clans of six of n were admitted to the full inv Leges of the Church. Nev. K Haughton Rector conducted flu evening prayer and presented the class. Following the Lite of Confirma Ion Bishop Talbot preached a Sermon founding his remarks upon St. Luke. 32 a but Peter Aud they that were with him were heavy with sleep and when they were awake they saw his glory. Bishop Talbot is a Man of remark Able a Eustratiou an eloquent and fur idul in weaker and he applied the text in a very effective Way to show the enlightening effect of the scriptures and of a walk close with god. He foresees a time in the world s history when instead of numerous sects which now Divide Mankind there will be hut two classes those Wheeli in a spiritual sense see and those which so be not. The Middle Ages were a time when the whole world shot and the reformation was the Awakening. If we go it More out of life today if there is More of sympathy in the world More of love and Charity More Hope and happiness it is because we Are Awakening which reveals to us the glory of god and Man. It is Oulu this spiritual i Liligte neut which brings a person to fully realize that Man is his brother and god is his father. It is this Awakening that urges us of to missionary Effort in which we Are actuated not because we fear the Heathen will be damned hut because we Luve him As a brother Man Bishop Talbot prefaced his Sermon wit i some remarks relative to the annual convention which will he held in Trinity episcopal Church Williamsport turn 14th. Alluding to the question of dividing the diocese which will he before the convention he but on to explain How unwieldy the diocese has become and consequently How greatly the Bishop is tax cd. The Central Pennsylvania diocese he air i numerically is the largest in the american chruch having 3,000,000 souls. One Bishop for the whole diocese hardly finds time to visit All the smal la a towns let alone to form any new parishes. He spoke of the necessity of diet which alone Cau be afforded by a division of the diocese. He express Ltd the Hope that the delegates chosen would attend the convention at Williamsport i 1 i a idl. Tit in Al ice to i i Quality ii is Poi Clea Bible fur funeral Friday. J b Kimi whose do Al in a due. Will he Lauri cd at Fri Lav morning from St a a a i r a. I Hubert a Atli old a Church interment will in a 1 May made Hist Hubert a cemetery. Gains it in a Niv h re and there along this p it a a a a North a Iii i that any in a a till a in Lite. After the lapse of two months on a a it the a Points which t of in an exception o tin fiver Hank m a r Lap. Where an immense Iuo Hiki of it Quot a. R Twenty f a Ltd a a a a it Lic Mut ill a a a Hood thin Ipp Ilell Tiv Lettl Quot Dimillio bad was Muir and. I n from town and will con i on Hundred toll of ice. Reservation to be opened. The president has signed a proclamation opening the Rosebud s. Indian reservation to settlement. The reservation contains 41t>,000acres to be opened August 8th. The Laud which unde san proposes to practically give away includes Quarter sections of the truest and most valuable property Ever opened by the government. Under the provisions of the aet just signed there will he no Opportunity fur unfairness and sex soldiers Aud sex sailors Are Given a special Privily ego. For the greater convenience to entry men the land office at Chamberlain will be temporarily removed to honest a which is Only four Miles from the reservation. Entries at Bou steel will continue from August 8th to september Ihli and afterwards will be continued at Chamberlain. Opportunities for registration for drawing will he afforded at Chamberlain Bonesteel Yankton and Fairfax Aud registration will begin Tull ii and close duly 23. The drawing will take place at Cham by Laiu. July 28,Mider the supervision of a committee of three men. The uniform Price of the lands during the first three months of the opening will a Quot in per acre Aud Tho Choice of selection will be regulated by the drawing. The proclamation provides that lands shall he entered under the general provision of the Homestead and town site Law and All entries under the Homestead Law Are to he made in person except in the ease of sex soldiers Aud sex sailors who May employ an agent. At least Quot applications fur claims Are expected. Allot these with the exceptions id those who have served in Uncle Sam s wars will lie obliged to journey ill person to Bonesteel. Several veterans of the to Ivil War m Montour county Are already on the list among those who will make entries at Bonesteel through agents while others will no doubt follow suit us soon As the generous provisions made for a \ solders and sex sailors be conies generally known full information concerning the a Rausei Zients for the opening May be id by addressing the Register of the land office. Uhall Iclain s 1 defacing mail boxes a Short time ago a change ill the Coll. Eton of mail went into effect and on i Ali of the boxes about town the new hours were set Forth As required it transit Ira a How pvt or that at Maiv Plaros the lettering in a a Falt <1 if to a it wholly obliterated by thought la so or trial a Sioui by disposed pc noun it is a very serious offence a any one May learn by it Nisi not the warning notice contained on each letter Box. Which prohibits defacing the lox or to Niiha ring with its contents or lock Miler a a a Nalty of a Tine of #1000 and Minisoi Init it for to hts be to Are the memorial Unm Mitt a of it Rich font no 22. O a k. Ban very a no a arly per Fri Ted the Arriag it shut f Mot Nonal Day and to it indication a that nothing will in a omitted from to program of the Day s old Rvan in a i de to reflect the full my a a or a of grab Ful remembran o m which the a a of heroes Are held who fought and died that the nation might live the a Oinui Itice has enlisted the a it distance of oar rec Rev and tie will take an a Tive part in the j r need log an invitation a a a i a extended to the pupils of the Puli schools whose presence with theve of Erans during a couple of years \ it has proven such a torah Muir an i Imp Sive to nature of the Day. The memorial so a Rmon will lie preached by Rev. E. B. Dunn in the unit i evangelical Church at look clock son Day morning. May 29th. All theve to a ans of the place whether soldiers or sailors Are requested to attend they will meet at g. A r Hall at a a m. And March to the United evangelize i Chun h in a body the Parade to the cemetery a a Ual will include a the military and the Liff Emit secret organizations of town along with the chief Burgand the town Council who Are a to be invite i and who it is hoped will see their Way Clear to join the veterans the school children Asu Ual will occupy a prominent place in the Parad a the girls a dressed in White each carrying a bouquet and the boys following eat b carrying a mall Flag. Appropriate in sic will lie employed. At the cemetery will but made he the several clergymen of town each of whom will address a class of his own according to the program the addresses will run As Fol lows Rev j. E. Hutchison of the Mahon ing presbyterian a Hurt he the veterans of the civil War Rev. John Sherman of the first Hap list Church Spanish american Veter ans. Rev. E. T. Swartz of St. Peters m e. Church a National guards. Rev. S. B Evans of St. Paul s m e. Church woman a Relief corps. Rev. W. C. Mccormack d. Of Grove presbyterian Church sons and daughters of the veterans. Rev. N. E. A Leaver of Trinity m e. Church secret societies Rev. M l. Shindel. D a. Pine Street lutheran c Hurch sunday and Public school children Rev George e. Limbert of Shiloh reformed Church the general Public. Rev. W e. We Enner of St Johns lutheran Church conclusion Kev. E. B. Dunn of United Evange Lical Chorchi Benediction. Immediately preceding the by Neon Tion three musical selections will a a Euderee by the Keystone Mai a Quartetti. Upon returning from the rein Tery a very Beautiful ceremony will in i it performed by the school children in memory of those who lost their live while fighting of sea Aud who went Down into unmarked Aud unknown Graves. The boys and girls bearing As Many fio Weis As they can carry will be take on Board the Terry and trans ported across the River. On their Way Over the Stream to the strains of appropriate Mosic while the children join in singing the Flowers will be cast into the water where they May he caught by the current Aud earned away toward the sea the members of Goodrich Post make their a it Ual Appeal for Flowers for memorial Day. The school Ohil Dreo. Especially Aie asked to interest themselves in procuring Flowers which j should be delivered at g. A r. Hall not later than m a m. On 30th. The members of the Post Are desirous of finding every grave a in which a 1 Dier reports. There Are still a Good Many of these it is believed that allying in the different cemeteries a Graves that Are a unmarked a Darin of All such Are asked a to assist the m rades by looking up the Grav and marking them so that in memorial Day when the committee Makr round with Flowers Ach of these Lett it Ergo neglected tombs May by decorated with the others. Curry a Yunnan a manufacturing a lot of Mark a a present and these Nav i a obtained or those who w ish to intake us of pm by applying to Comrade Levi h s Ler. No 213 grand Freet baby Jamel in the menagerie with the main car cos. Is a baby Camel born in Batavia n y. While the show a e exhibit ing there which was adopted and christened by the masonic sinner hat a la them a Nic Fra Tornito had quite a Tim a with the do it in fat it adoption ceremonies and n Riv the whole town turned our to witness the sinners proceeding while Caricu born in to s country Seldom healthy Spe. Omens Batavia in the language of the a Iii Al k is a a sound As a Dollar and Gro ing with unusual rapidity and of Mises to be the largest Cam i in am Erica a Well As the Only a a in t a m a v. . Rat. In in Fly lib be re 1 a a a Ink Ingn re w fat or a a til it is now my ii Ges to Mink a Fth. Moat i a div to pork i one ring spot a labs foun t eve a Thini pc in and fresh nothing in t w a y of trash and an deter add of any his cd to pm and has be i is rom i the Granad the pin try the Tnie it a which fora Ray proved an outre i a to the View. Liar been for a a a -1 1 of vote live brow �4 to e Hill at the pub he Road m that Al pro set from a t Ark there i. No in the Vail Creek and the i Tain Ole just i the Marioo tint the Pur -1 Wing out at tie cof it iriving y of the part of the Outlook tag Maho Anag i it Nota ret it Wilh Dato him cd Bubble f the Mountain on the ground the unpolluted air and the refreshing Dor of the. Pink tree and it will i a n that All the a Konjit Kim a favo Rable for a full Enborne Rit of life amid tfx a most to Al Tifful surround ing during the hot and of few v Dave of Hummer or. Hunter a my lets two additional log Abra which Are exceed Magly Pictor tue # Well a a Oil fort aide they or up remanent affair sri 20x12 feet and in every rep of re counterparts of the log a bios built by the Marivs Tyler of the coutry Wirtz the several a it tags a the Perm neut structures in tie Park now number seven in addition to the a a bomber of families tins do Moi r will pitch tents in re a a Park and reside there Dor my a Brief vacation or dorm the sea on a Mac it their cd it veni de it Wales in i Tali Park that with on a except Ian the Luil tags Ore practically All a Tigard for the of thru a a month and that among the families who will up land their Onar at the Park a those of a c. Ames Bury. Georg m West. Charle 1 Cloud we purse and o. M la eager. Main inquiries a received from people who have tents and prefer to use these. 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