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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - May 20, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaSute Uby v Menean vol. .55�?no 2"danville pa., thursday. May 20, 1909 established in 1855 do. Irving h. Jennings Dan l 181. Office a Ourn .4. To 11 m. P. V. To i p. M. A of Mill st., Danville a. C. 425 Mills. I i senses of the r., Danville a. Tomah and intestines specially items results in Susquehanna league. Danville 8 Nanticoke. 1. Bloomsburg 3 Nescopeck 8. Berwick 4 Benton 10. Alden 1 Silic shinny ii. North York is scattering Oil on its streets because it allays the dust better than water and does not coat any More. Running in front of a trolley car in front of his Home in Philadelphia 2 year old Samuel Ackerman was decapitated in the presence of his Mother. The fifth annal re Guiou of the improved order of red men of the counties of Armstrong Cameron Clearfield Elk Forest Jefferson and me Kean will be held at kit Tauring of tuesday and wednesday of this week. Carl Burkholder a 12-year-old office toy employed by or. Alfred Weiss of Lebanon while playing with the Slack rope of a porch awning at the Weiss Home placed the rope about his neck and was found dead two hours later having been strangled. Cyrus w. Klopp. Living of a Large farm near Scull Hill Berks Nouty has entertained More visitors in a year than any other Farmer in Berks. From May 1, 1908 to May 1. 1909, he has fed 1,293 people who visited him besides furnishing meals to 500 tramps. Standing of the clubs. Danville. Shick Shiuey. Bloomsburg Nanticoke. Is of. Benton. I r k Alden. W l. P. C. 2 0 1.000.2 0 1.000 1 1 .500 ____1 j .000 ____1 1 .500 ____1 1 .500 ____0 3 .000 ____0 2 .000 ing performance of saturday at Nanticoke and the downfall of a Louisburg at Nescopeck but two teams the local brows leave and in the Susquehanna league with clean slates the two latter now being tied for first place in the league if the opening games of the Avasou can 1m taken As a criterion of the kind of bail the teams of the league will play throughout the summer the local tossers seem to have us Good prospects of wrapping themselves in tiie next fall As anybody. The games scheduled for next saturday Are Nescopeck at Danville Shick Sinny at Alden Benton at Berwick Nanticoke at Bloomsburg. Danville is not scheduled to play Shiok shinny this Mouth and the schedule for May is All that had been arranged thus far. Rag Tunkhannock will Annex a portion of the township of the same several Hundred to its population and gain abundant room for future growth an equity suit to prevent the proposed annexation has been dismissed. Farmers in West Franklin and Washington townships Adams county have lost Many valuable horse recently by a disease that resembles the toned distemper or epizootic. The disease is contagious to a nigh degree Aud affects All Domestic animals. Captain Y. Breck of Pittsburg one of the Best known attorneys in the state has interested himself in the Case of mob. Ellen Boyle sentenced to serve Twenty five years in the Western Penitentiary in connection with the Lii la kidnapping and will try to have the Case reopened. The mystery of the wild Man in the regions of North Strabane township Washington county has been cleared. The Man with the Long and woolly whiskers Aud liar who terrorized the Good people of that township with his super natural strength continuous running and jumping has been caught. He is toe Palantas a demented austrian. Mrs. William b. Scott a Bride of two Days has been arrested at Erie Aud lodged in jail of the charge of bigamy it is alleged that when 17 years old she married Jerome custard in Mead a Ille. The woman says she was Only 13 when she married custard and that the marriage was not Legal. Arrested for displaying and wearing a Button of the United mine workers of America John Fry a non Union Man of Mahanoy City was held in Hail for court on the charge of false pretence. Two robbers gave Battle with pistols to a posse of new Castle residents Oue of whom they seriously wounded. They were surrounded and after holding the posse at Bay for an boor gave themselves up. Falling sixty feet into the Hazel Miner s stripping. Morris Kerst 12 years old of Hazleton escaped with a broken Arm and a confused leg. A cow which fell at the same spot recently want instantly killed. The Reading Coal and Iron company has struck seven valuable veins at their Otto Colliery no. 2 at Brauch Dalo which expose Coal for the miners picks Worth $ 10.000,000, the mining of which will take fifty years. While bathing with companions in ten mile Creek at Marianna Washington comity John Barney 11 year old son of Frank Barney a Miner was drowned. He was taken from the water a few minutes after he Sank but a half boors work failed to revive him. The brass end of a shoe lace tucked in Liia shoe worked it9 Way into the flesh of Joseph Lake of Pottsville Aud gave him blood poisoning. The foot has been amputated in an Effort to give his life. Robert Mcfarland who disappeared from his Home near Allentown fifteen years ago and had been legally declared dead walked into his Mother s Honse to find his wife wed. While going to see his parents David Powell 45 years old of Lancaster was struck by a train near Pequea and instantly killed. I Eroth Iran go what lie deserved a the would tie overcrowded. Once again on own Honey has prov de himself a pitching Marvel and this time to the dismay of manager Hobs redoubtable Nanticoke aggregation Winch West Down to an easy defeat before Danville before a big crowd at the new Nanticoke grounds of saturday afternoon by the score of 8 to 1. Mccloud s Fine work of saturday did not consist this time in fanning a Long old Fash. Hie opposition nor in putting up a no hit game but in his Fine Al i governor Start on saturday added his signature to the Bill appropriating $158,783.00 to the Danville Hospital for the insane the foil amount contained in the measure As adopted by both Senate and Honse at the re out session of the legislature. The fact that the governor signed the Danville appropriation Lull without Auy reductions is particularly notable in View of the wholesale pruning to which the whole Batch of appropriation Bills submitted. The Bill for the Danville institution As origin ally introduced in the House by representative it. Scott Muier Mau provided for an amount of $128,783. Titis was amended in the Senate and raised to $158,783, the additional $30,000 being for the a a purchasing of additional real estate consisting of about Oue Hundred and seventy five acres of land contiguous to that now owned by the Commonwealth. A items provided for in the Bill. The items that Are provided for in the Bill Are an additional Story to the male infirmary $20,000 renovating the heating in the old in lading $50 000 erecting Aud completing a building for the male Emp Olves $10,000 for erecting and completing a cow shed $3,000 for a Coal siding,$2,500 for providing additional Means for the disposal of sewage,$25,000 for fire insurance $10,000 for extending and changing course of natural Stream up of the grou udi $7,000. $1,000.000 spent in six years. The present appropriation will make the Hospital grounds a Centre of constructive Energy for several years As it has been for a number of years past. The Money secured to the institution in this Bill will now Uahle the directors to put the finishing touches or. Herewith is presented a fall description of the sewage disposal Plant being constructed at the Hospital for the insane at this place. The description will he perused with no Little interest As there is a great Deal about a sewage disposal Plant that is not understood by the general Public. Our readers will he glad to learn by what method sewage purification is accomplished. The object in treating the sewage As described is of course to take out of Trio waste water the impurities which have been put in it. The removal of these impurities is accomplished in several ways either by keeping the sewage in a Quiesce it state in Large tank or vats which allows much of the matter in suspension to bottle la a a special meeting of the school Board was held monday for the purpose of taking action in a Case of suspension affecting foor pupils of the first Ward schools. The directors Prea ent were Pursel. Orth Barber barns Swarts Redding. Lloyd Fischer. Sechler and Oole. Of the four boys suspended three were members of the High school. Their offence consisted of surreptitiously a notwithstanding the Lack of assistance from the proper source the citizens of Gearhart township acting on their own responsibility have succeeded in building of a fairly Good approach to the River Bridge at Houth Danville. The dust however proves to be the same bad Factor that it was in the past. If this nuisance could be Abat Ted the residents would have a pretty Good recur for their work on the a which was done the Street Borough superintendent die Feu Solier after some difficulty discovered the names of the boys who played the prank. All four were peremptorily sus tiie Bottom or collect on the top of the pen to j water after which the clearer water ,0 i. 1 he boys realized that action of the Mavoe drawn Ott or again the sew in Star a. ,.a a Board would be necessary before they age Mav be passed through a falter a j 1 h could be reinstated and not wishing to Romain out of school until the regular a a ape Rielei a meeting next monday by personally visiting the members monday they g up into the dome of _ the first Ward building Friday night proach much of and hanging a Dummy stuffed with gratuitously Straw outside the cupola where Satur under the heavy Aud constant traffic Day morning it was in full View from dust accumulated rapidly Aud in a Day or so after l mrs. Tamar Gardner an old Aud widely known resident a of Danville died at tiie Home of her grandson Charles Grots Corner of water and Cedar streets this City at 5 20 of clock yesterday morning. The deceased was Horn at Ridge Ville Mahoning township on May 17, 1831. On last monday she was 88 of age. When very Young she was married to Robert Gardner who died in 1843. From his demise until her own death a period of sixty live years the deceased remained a widow. Her faculties seemed Nuin Parod by advancing age. Up to the very last something like a wafer filter which holds Back tiie impurity however has shown that the most practicable method is a combination of settling and filtration Aud this is the scheme adopted at the Danville Hospital. Sewer systems in towns generally provide for raking both Storin water Aud Honse drainage. This was the scheme at the Hospital and besides the sewers were so constructed that All tiie. Sewage could not be taken to one Point which is necessary for a sewage disposal purification Plant. It became necessary to construct a new system of sanitary sewers which will discharge in a Well Uear the barn. Inthis Well Are set automatically it on rolled electrically operated sewage pumps which will Force the sewage fur a dist uce of 1600 fear to tin now Plaut prevailed upon them to hold a special meeting monday night. The for boys in a very penitent Frame of mind were precut at the meeting Aud made a clean breast of the whole affair. If clemency was what they were after they did not obtain it in a very pronounced degree As the Hoard on motion decided to sustain the Borough superintendent and the Hoys will have to remain out of school for the entire week. Rain no Natter How her mind was Clear and her memory heavy it lies a couple of inches deep not Only on the approach proper but also of the roadways Lead Jug Over the crossing and Down to tiie station. There is no water available for sprinkling Aud there is simply no Relief. Automobiles and other vehicles As they strike the approach Are enveloped in a Good. She was permanently injured in a Lail about three years ago. Since which time she has been confined to her room. Daring this time she has resided wit i her grandson. Charles Gross. Mrs. Gardner a Long life was a Busy. _ a on pm fixed with Good works. Her lab Cloud of dust which is blown this was or was a Factor in the towns activity sail that by the winds covering those that should not to lightly estimated travelling Oil oot and entering theor May years she conducted a Neil dwellings Aud business lioness. It is Nunery establishment in the Bassett unmistakably the dus Tiest spot in this building at the d. A Section crossing Mill Street. A business Man of of awaiting i the program the South Side tuesday proposed a remedy adopted would bring Relief at a Small Cost. He proposed spraying the hedge approach and Roadway adjacent with Street Oil. In the Light of experiments there is no question As to the Efficacy of Oil not Only in Folly preventing dust but also in reducing the Wear of the Roadway to a minimum. A couple of applications during the course of the summer would suffice. All the dust accumulates on a Small Section and amp w. Railroad later she took charge of the millinery department of Christian Laubac i s establishment. At a still later Date she took charge Patterson a millinery on Mill a number of improvements and in a in the Fields above the Farmer s House. Way to Complete the work already begun. There Are few people who have an around generalship of doing the right Ilea of the vast amounts that Are be thing just at the right time. For instance in tiie fifth after lie had filled the bases by hitting Oue Manan pass aug another and the horde of naut covers were of their feet Yelling and doing everything that would be calculated to disconcert a Pitcher Honey coolly retired the Side with two strike outs. At several other times daring the game he did the same trick in neat form. Mcclouds support was of a High order. The Fielding honors go to Cov Aleski Aud Macberty both of whom accepted a number of hard chances. Browne a pretty assist to second of a hard grounder catching his Man Oue of the prettiest bits of work in the game. All throughout the Gamo the playing of the Browns was Replete with such applause getters. The batting honors of the game Are pretty evenly divided All of tiie Dan Ville boys consistently clouting Wynne Nanticoke a Star Wilkes Barre twirler. And what is better yet the leather received its worst pounding just when the hits would bring in the tallies. In the third inning Tom Hirleman i took Ruhp had the misfortune to smash a Finger Okiec fug expended at tiie local institution. In the past six years Aud including the present the grand total of the Legislatures appropriations to the Hospital foot up to nearly a million of dollars a very Large proportion of which a been directed into sources that would Benefit the people of Danville and Vicinity. Since and id Diug the session of 1903 the amounts appropriated to the Hospital have been 1903, $121,300 1905, $204.200, j907, $429.300 1909, $158,783 and a Delfi ency item of $10.000, making a total of $923,383. In this connection is it but just to say Itiat a Large share of the credit for this great service to the institution Aud the town is due to Montouris representative in the legislature Scott Ami German whose work As solicitor for the Board of directors of the Hospital and untiring labor of the floor of the Honse in fighting the Bills through the legislature have been responsible or the states tardy recon i Tion of the needs of the local institution. pumps Are set in Triplicate to make action certain at All times and Are so connected electrically that when the sewage rises to a fixed height in the Well a automatic switch will be thrown in by Means of a float and Oue of the pomp will Start mid when the Well becomes empty it will again automatically Stop. After the sewage eaches tiie Plant it first passes through a screen chamber to take out coarse material and there is probably no event that Lias Ever taken place in Cai Vilie in which the Public manifested deeper interest than in the unveiling of the soldiers Monument which will take place in memorial Park on monday. May 31st. Ail of which is very natural considering that the Sra Toly memorial so Long a dream whose realization seemed Uncertain at last after out iring Effort and great sacrifice has become a accomplished fact. As the time for the unveiling draws night and it is less than two weeks Distant there is much curiosity to learn something about the program for mrs. Gardner was a woman who lived largely for others. No sacrifice was too Groat for her to make. In times of death of sickness and borrow she was always the first on hand to Render assistance and Consolation to the afflicted ones. There Are Many living who. A1jul treasure her memory for the Good Only a Little Oil would be required that Gie to so insignificant the is survived by grand township authorities children and great grandchildren As the Cost would that should the refuse to Oil the Street the residents Aud those who frequently use the approach could Well afford to Chip in purchasing the Oil necessary Aud sprinkling tiie Street. The dust is so much of a nuisance and the end sought so much to be desired that Thero should to no difficulty in interesting a Large number of persons if they he rightly approx cited. All that is needed �9 for some Oue to take hold of the matter. Then it passes very slowly through three Large settling tanks each 85 feet event. Inquiries Are made daily Long s feel deep and 16 feet wide. In the tanks perhaps thirty per sent. Of the suspended matter settles ont Aud the clearer water flows on to the flit concerning the unveiling have or. Provision is made for cleaning the been officially Given out hut settling tasks and drawing off the features of the program which Danville a a assured that the Dav will be one of the biggest and most Sig shipment of sus Queh Anna Salmon while attempting to sacrifice and was compelled to retire from the game. Ammerman caught the remainder of the game in Good style As his record in the Box score will show. Danville encountered its worst Luck of the game daring the first two innings. Both innings ended in Donzlo plays leaving men on bases when it locked like sure scores. A the third Danville hunched an assortment of hits and combined with a few errors trotted three men Over the plate. Keohler first no. Selected a pretty single Ammerman was presented wit i a base on errors Mcclouds pretty single scored Sechler Aud Logan in it drive Between left and Center la or two bags scored am Merman and Mccloud. Brown and Layberger were retired in the fourth Nanticoke got its lonesome Ruu. Me Heaney got to first on a hit. Brannon Aud Loerli were easy outs before Shemanski and knt both surprised themselves with Moe Ileavey. Metcalf struck out. Danville tallied again in the seventh. With Oue Down. Sechler made a Long drive into deep Center for 2 bases Ammer Tuan s sacrifice advanced Sechler to Bird and he scored of Mcclouds single before Logan went out. Dauville made the Victory doubly Sura in the eighth Clayberger of Lauf and Mackert Sacii touched Wynne for a single filling the bases. Cov Aleski Theu skied to Brannon but the sacrifice was Long enough to allow Layberger to score. Seoul or shot drive to third was fumbled by Sha-man6kl and lie reached first and of Lauf scored. Ammerman was an out. But advanced the runners each a base Aud both scored on Mcclouds single before Logan was retired. At Sharon a wedding occurred at Sharon last week in which a Large number of Danville people will he Inte reputed when Harry Stillwell son of mrs Edward Stillwell Nutil a few years ago residents of this City was wedded to m is Carrie Taylor. The wedding was a pretty Home affair. The ceremony being performed at tiie residence of the by idea smother at 6 of clock saturday evening by Rev. L. K. of the United presbyterian Church of Sharon. Or. And mrs. Stillwell will reside with the grooms Mother at 112>g West state Street. Sharon. Logan is. Brown of. Clayberger if of Leaf 3h. Mackert 2b. Novaleski of. Keohler la Hirleman c. Ammerman. C Mccloud p totals 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 .1 1 1 0 0 .1 2 3 1 1 0 1 2 3 0. 1 1 3 0 0 3 2 i 0 0. .0 0 1 0 0 i 0 7 1 0 .1 2 0 2 0. .8 14 27 a i Danville. R. H. O. A. E. Nanticoke. Healey is. Me Heaney if Brannon of. Lehr it. Sli9uianski, 3b. Katz of. Metcalf la. Sheep 2b Wynne totals d Anville. Nanticoke. Oooo oooo earned runs Danville 3. Two base hits Logan Sechler. Stolen laves Mackert. Double plays Wynne and Metcalf sheep Aud Metcalf. Struck out by Mccloud 5, by Wynne 3. First base on called balls off Mccloud 3, off Wynne 1. Time 1 hour 20 minutes. R. H. O. A. E. 0 .1 0 1 1 3 4 1 1 0 0 j 3 1 0. 0 0 1 0 1. 0 2 1 0 1. O 3 2 0 0. .0 0 12 0 0 .0 o 1 5 1. 0 0 1 4 0 a a a _ .1 7 24 15 4 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 x a heavy matter or sludge of a Sand filter. The floor of the settling tanks is higher than the top of the filter. The area of the filter is a Little less than one Quarter of an acre its dimensions Are length 115 feet Width 97 feet dept i 6 feet. The filtering material is of pebbles from one to for inches in size. Terra Cotta a pipe under drains Are Laid Nuder the filtering material. These draw the water from the body of the filter to drainage channels on the Side. The water from the settling tanks flows first into a tank holding 2500 Gallons and As Thi Fvank fills of a syphon set in it discharges the sewage on the filter through 54 spraying nozzles under a varying head of three and Oue half to five feet. With these water is sprayed on top of the nil cart in its history. None of the fact s yet Man v is being arranged with much deliberation Aud care seem to be already known to the up blur. Adjutant general Thomas j. Stewart of Norristown will deliver the principal address. The music As planned will constitute a most inspiring feature. In audition to the massed choirs of which men Tion was made in a recent Issue. The Northumberland Aud the Catawissa bands will be in attendance the former being a organization of thirty eight pieces Aud tiie latter of thirty pieces. It is planned to retain the bands in town during the evening and concerts Are planned for each at opposite ends of town. The Parade will no dont be a stupendous affair comprising besides a battalion of tiie Uati Oual guard the filter bed the operation being almost Trau it army of the Republic the sons exactly the same As if it were done by Aud with an Ordinary Garden sprinkling pot. This Type of filter is known As a a a sprinkling or a a percolating filter the water after it Falls on the stones or pebbles slowly trickles Down through the body of the bed leaving the impurities in the bed. Water from this filter will not be quite Clear and it is passed a second time through a settling tank Aud filtered a second time through Sand to remove All impurities or treated with a disinfectant to make sore that every disease Breeding germ is killed. Tiibi scheme of sewage treatment is known As the bacterial or biological system. It has been developed within the last 20 years and the greatest Advance Hab been made within the past ten or twelve years. The Type of Plant Nuder construction at the Hospital was first used on an extensive scale in Birmingham. England where there Are about 30 acres of sprinkling filter Beds. Recently a few such plants have been constructed in this country at . Washington and Reading a. This Type of filter is also used at mount Alto suit opium Ami will be constructed at the state hospitals at Wernersville Norristown and Polk. It should be borne in mind that a Plant of this kind must be put in charge of a competent and reliable Man whose sole duty 1b to see that its work 1b properly done if uniformly Good results Are to be expected. It has to be watched just the same As a water filter or As a piece of machinery. Of veterans the a nulls of the Public and parochial schools the p. O. S. Of a. Aud other secret and civic organizations. Or. P. C. Newbaker has been chosen As a thief marshal. The big consignment of fish Fry from the hatchery at Union City arrived at sooth Dauville of the 7 20 Pennsylvania train yesterday Uto Ruig. The fish were Well taken i a a. Of there icing about a dozen perform a Tho k Tion to meet them. As might be imagined the bundling of forty Caus of fish Fry entailed considerable work. W. U. Purel with m. H. Schram and Gerge Stie Kio. W a at the station with his aut Mohla Tyml away As May cans As Yonl i he conveniently loaded. E. H. Miles and William Sechler took care of As Many As Ronld be carried on their a naphtha launch. J. H. by S. Miller was present with his delivery Wagon and Lian led away a Large instalment. George Badea with d Eckman s delivery Wagon was also on hand along with several others to Render assistance. The fish Fry exclusively Busque Hauna Salmon seemed very Small but were Large enough. They were distributed along the River at Points above Aud below town. Well As by a great great grandchild. The Only daughter Caroline the wife of Cit Arles Gross along with her husband died some years ago. The survivors of mrs. Gardner Are grandchildren Charles j. Gross. George Gross. Mrs. Charles Nuss and Edwiu o. Gross great grandchildren. Charles w. Gross misses Alice and one Gross William Aud Robert Gross Blanche Gross David John and Nelson Nuss. Gertrude Nuss. Jennie Gross Aud Ray Gross. The great great grandchild that survives is Nellie e., the daughter of Charles w. Gross. The funeral will take place on Friday at 2 p. M. From the residence of charges j. Gross Corner of water Aud Cedar streets. Interment will be made in the episcopal cemetery. R lovelorn girls try suicide a Deal suicide was narrowly averted at Magee carpet works at blooms Burg tuesday when misses Eckerd Aud Kathryn Hopper of drained the contents of a bottle of Landa Unm. Both girls had been disappointed in love affairs Aud at the noon hour entered into a suicide pact. Going to a nearby each purchased a bottle of laudanum and at Short intervals drained the contents. They were discovered asleep soon afterwards by employee the empty laudanum bottles tolling the Story. Physicians were summoned Aud after a few hour so work succeeded in getting them out of danger. Contract was not awarded the trustees of the Hospital for the insane held an adjourned meeting yesterday. The object of the meeting was to award the contract for the surface sewer leading from the Hospital to the River. Unforeseen complications arose however and the contract was not awarded. Still further adjournment was had Nutil thursday of next week when in All probability the contract will be awarded. The bids were opened at the regular meeting on the 13th just. There were nine bidders tote lowest of whom were Hayes Aud Clark of Dauville. Thero was a Hare quorum present at yesterdays meeting a. J. Pegg of this City or. B. H. Detwiler of Williamsport w. F. Shay of Watson town g. R Van Aleu of Northumberland and or. Shoemaker of Wilkes Barre. A Good reason. Quot pass a great admirer of the secret ballot a Why a a because it affords him a great Chance of say afterwards that he voted for All the . One Pound of learning requires Tan pounds of common sense to apply persian proverb. Mrs. George Conrad Pine Street spent yesterday with relatives in Sun Bury. A. A. Yove of Exchange called on friends in this City yesterday. D. A. Cox of White Hall and w h Hilner of Strawberry Ridge no. 2, were visitors in this City yesterday. Lloyd bom boy. Of West Hemlock transacted business in this City yesterday. W. H. Strawberry Ridge was a business visitor in this City yes erday. Mrs. J. C. Cain Beil and Sou Philip of Rushtown left yesterday for Philadelphia where the Sun will undergo treatment in the orthopaedic Hospital. Miss Mary Lyons returned to her Home at Kline Grove yesterday after a visit with friends in this City. Mrs. Oliver Hoover of Riverside 6peut yesterday with friends in san Hnry mrs. Clement Oberdorf of Klues Grove spent yesterday with friends in this City. Mrs. Harry Walker and a children have returned from a visit with relatives in naut i Oke. Miss Maine Fisher returned to 81m Mokin yesterday after a visit with miss Laura Peyton Mill Street. Mrs. Oscar Foust of Milton called of friends in this City yesterday. Mrs. Wil Raer states returned to her Home in Frankford yesterday after a visit with miss Eleanor Thomas this pity. A coincidence. A a in in afraid George a said his Fiancee a that you Are going from had to a quite a coincidence a muttered George. Quot that a what Clara said when i threw her Over for out of port. Old timer the worst experience i Ever and was when we ran out of port in a Gale of wind. The Amateur gracious i thought sailors always in rank my. Condition improved. The condition of Harvey Mateer lower Mulberry Street who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever is somewhat improved. Crawford Morse. Claud c. Crawford of Bloomsburg Ami miss Emma Morse of Dauville wore United in tiie Bonds of Matrimony tuesday evening at the Grove Church parsonage by Rev. W. C. Mccormack. Learning is of Little value can be applied onless it

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