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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 9, 1905, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for hie 1 he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year do. La Mimi 11. Jennings it pm 1st. Office hour a a. A. To 12 m 104 Mill St., i d. M to u d. M Danville a. Mui/r/., n. 425 Mill St., Danville i a. Diseases of the stomach and a intestines special to a 111i to \ this country will never be entirely free until it supplies All of i is Avn dem Wadswith its own Danville. A. Thursday november a it 11 05. Vol. 51--no 45. Established in 1855 or c. Ii. Reynolds dentist 288 Mill St. Danville a. Dentistry in All its Brauchie. Charge moderate Ami a i v Ork guaranteed established 181 2 prof. Martin Klinger s celebrated aleut own band will acco Momiy the barges corps of Organiza Tiou similar to the ancient and honorable artillery co., of Boston on an extended trip to England France be 1-Gium, Holland and be Nauy visiting the larger cities and Battlefield of Waterloo. Walter Wellman writes from Washington that a Theodoro Roosevelt win be dominated for president by the democratic party in 11 08, will a endorsed by the Republican party and will be Well nigh a Naimoa by in that event the victorious candidate can do no less than make or Wellman Secretary of state. John d. Rockefeller Sikveland pastor speaking of the Little trunk he took with him from the farm when he went off to school says �?�1 would not take All John d. Rockefeller a Money twice Over for that Little thus far or. Rockefeller has nobly refrained from trying to tempt him to make the Exchange. March 17th next Wilkes Bare will be 100 years old and the newspapers up there Are urging that the Centenary be celebrated in a Way that will nuke it the biggest and most enthusiastic event in the towns a Story. Russia is far from being a health resort just now. Keep the Street loafers on the move especially sunday night. Benton is moving to secure a new electric Power Plant wit i 25.00c Volt capacity. Joseph h. Choate tells us that we Are working too hard and too fast and doing Loo much. He would prob by he jogging Long at the same clip As the rest of us if he needed the Money As times. A Kan As Man who invested �7,500 in a farm cleaned Upa net profit of $5,800 in two year. Almost but not quite As Good As being \ resident of a life insurance company. A Colorado Springs Gazette. Shamokin is to have a Inonu to r mummers Parade on new years Day. Sixty cigarette smokers were indicted in Marshall county ind. Owing to the adoption by Salvador of the chilean Dollar mutilated with a Mark of its own Chile has made a Strong protest and Tima tens to Send warships to the Central american Republic. Judge Savidge and Auten and attorneys to. Simpson Kline ii s. Knight of us Libory and attorney Faust of it. Carmel went to Williamsport monday morning to View to e court House at that place in order to Aid in devising plans for the enlargement of the court House in Sui Hury. Columbia University last year received $1,960,000 in Money gifts. There were 4981 students in Roll d. President butlers report tells of columbian a new study programme under which a student May be graduated Aflex three years study or May take More to an four years to cover the Samo ground. One Lias Learned to expect news of the most blood Cun ling nature from Russia but that from Jedlee Bograd in the province of Don where the cossacks fired a building in which 1,000 peasants were holding a meeting Only 200 escaping costs pretty near to capping the Climax. Naturally one is led to propound the query a what next a Aud to fear that the a a next May be the news of some other Barbarow crime that will make the whole civilized world stand aghast. Be sure to use Only Cream of tartar baking powder food made with Alum baking powder carries Alum to the a Tomach unchanged. Scientists have positively demonstrated this and that such food is partly Indi Verible and unhealthful. The worst wreck that has occurred on the i. L. Amp w. Railroad in Many years took Placo yesterday Forenoon two Miles West of Hunlock a Creek directly opposite Retreat. It was a head of collision by tween passenger train 704, which passes this City at 10 19 a. M. And a extra Fri Glit train drawn by Ynigue no. 204. The dead. Henry Greenwood baggage master Scranton. Albert Stookey fireman passenger train s Kauttu Charles Snyder Engineer freight train . Charles Graham express messenger Scranton. Fireman Ringsdorf freight train. Twelve or Moro were them being mrs. Emerick wife of the proprietor of tie ten cent store this City Dane King Bury Foreman on d. L. Amp w. Improvements and known Here who had his leg crushed Skull fractured Aud Back Hurt also Charles Krug the Well known contractor of Berwick. Frank Poole Engineer of passenger train of Scranton was badly injured Aud at first reported dead. Arm torn off and lacerated Scalp. Christian beavers who according to a first reports was fatally injured it was car Ned later escaped with but slight injuries. The collision was one of the most terrific Ever witnessed As the trains which were proceeding in opposite direction were running not less than 30 Miles an hour and crashed together so suddenly so unexpectedly that it drove terror into every heart. The scenes after the Accident can better be imagined than pictured for All about were injured people groan ing and crying out with pain cars were driven Oue into the other and the engines were a mass of jumbled Iron Aud wires. There were a number of Pas angers uninjured on the train and they went to work at once releasing the unfortunate men from the wreckage. It was j hard to get at some As they were pen i used in of All sides by wire Iron and Wood. However the Best possible was done under the conditions. The people at Hurlock and at Shicks Lenny threw open their Homes and the dead and injured were take there. The officials As soon As notified in turn requested All the physicians at Nanticoke Plymouth and Kingston to Board the special train. Which was male up in the Kingston Yards and proceed at once to the scene. The officials also took the Hospital car. Many of the injured wire cared for in the latter. The doctors worked like trojans bandaging injured and braised limbs lacerated parts and in Oue Casau amputation had to be made Honry difficulty was experienced in rescuing the of unfortunate people from the wrecked cars As at intervals it looked As if the Woodwork of tie cars would be ignited by the burning coals in the de troyed eur Giuy a. The passengers the Farmers and the residents of Dunlo Shicks Lenny were tireless in their efforts to he of service. The first news of the Accident reached this a Ity Early after noon it spread like wildfire and the Rumos were numerous Aud varied. Some said there was As High As ten killed others declared that it was even More hut a investigation proves that five train bands met their death and about nine passengers were More or less injured but not fatally. Mrs a. I id of this City Aud Jol n 0. Havens who is engaged in getting out a souvenir Book Here were Al you the train hut is aped injury. According to the Best information a train was made up in the Kingston Yard Aud ordered to pro Elt d to North uni Bellaud. The officials allege that the Crew was notified to wait at West Nanticoke for the new Yolk flyer to pass. They misunderstood the orders or did net comprehend their import for they passed the siding Aud even moved by he Ulock a Creek at a rapid Rato of Speed. It was evident that the Crew was trying to make the siding at Shi Csc Shintay and Laboured under Ali opinion that the passenger train which is a new York flyer would m it them there. The operator at Shickshinny says he did not receive any information regarding the extra and while the boasts at Nanticoke saw it pass yet paid no attention Bell ving in to be under orders and therefore had the right of the Way. This fatal freight went on its Way and on the single track a Short distance below he Ulock a Crock and opposite Retreat 11 i Pill while round ing a curve with the canal on one Side and the Steep Mountas us on the other tie trains met in one of these death dealing crashes which drives terror into every heart when the Ora a occurred both engines were raised slightly Oil the rails As if one was trying to master the other. There a. A Lull in tli3 movement but the freight was the heaviest Aud it pressed the passenger Back through its tender Lino the baggage car dealing d a Ali and destruction in result of election Job printing the offic of the Amei being furnished with a assortment of i b letter fancy Type and Job mat Genera by the p Bilishti ounces to the Public to is prepared at ail times t cute in the neatest Man Job printing of All kinds and desc la George Marshall who resides on Railroad Street near the Borough line late saturday night was found lying role to the big so ring near the d. L. Amp w. Station in a state of Semi consciousness with his face covered with blood and suffering from the effects of other injuries of a serious nature. Most people believed that lie was a victim of foul play until sunday morning when his hat was found lying on the High p. Amp r. To rustling immediately above that spot indicating that while attempting to Cross he fell to the ground a distance of some thirty feet. Lie was discovered about 1030 of clock saturday night. William Ritter jr., Railroad Street while returning Home heard some one groaning in the Vicinity of the big Spring. He informed his father of the fact and the latter started out to investigate. Arriving at the Spring he found the Man still groaning Aud not wholly conscious. He repaired to the House of Wesley Deshay d. L. Amp w. Avenue and reported what had occurred. Or. Deshay lighted a lantern and the two men Iet orned to the Spring. The injured Man was unrecognizable owing to the blood which was clotted about his face and he could not Tell anything about himself. The news soon reached Eugene mover s hotel opposite the d. L. Amp w. Station Aud several men at once went Over to the Spring to lend assistance. The injured Man was carried Over to the station and placed upon the Oag Gage truck. Or. A Stock was called and j pending his arrival the Mau was car 1 ried into the hotel and placed on a cot. He was conscious for a moment at a time. He recognized a couple of persons hut instantly lapsed into in sensibility and no satisfactory answer could by obtained to the questions. Despite the most diligent search Lis hat could not be found anywhere near the Spring which was regarded As a singular circumstance. At the physician s advice about Midnight the Man was removed to his Home his injuries were found to consist of a broken Pelvis a badly sprained wrist besides several cuts about the face. Or. Stock said sunday that the injury to the Pelvis is quite is rious not due so much to the broken Bone alone As to the complications that might ensue. The injured Mau is a puddle employed at the structural tubing Plant. He is thirty Odd years of age and has a wife and two children. Wesley Deshay had a theory that the Man sustained his injury by falling from the High p. Amp r. Trestle us which crosses the d. L. Amp w. Railroad at the Spring. To satisfy himself after Daylight sunday morning he climbed the trestle us and there sure enough lie found the missing hat which Lay of the platform beside the Tiack forming the roof of the Coal bins. The hat Lay of a spot immediately above where the Man was found which settles the question a to How the injuries were sustained. Under the most favourable circumstances the Man will be Cou fixed to his Home for Many weeks. Stun 1.01 11 want Extension a allot 1niurei of water sys1 p p 3 it y. A r r it 3 3 h o x v. Pm 2 w z a j x a r p g k it x x k to x r a to. Z x o candidates. R Tel 05 9 f o x x 5 g 6 x 3 a a d s3 it a it n c o. C state treasurer. 1 j. Lee Plummer a. 103 90 89 76 20 13 14 27 1 14 56 13 34 4 15 568 we. H. Berry a. 296 134 237 123 120 28 92 92 46 99 13 78 40 33 1451 judge of supreme court John Stewart ind. 345 201 238 167 140 38 93 119 56 144 24 109 37 47 1758 judge of Superior court Chas. E. Rice a. 169 110 12 5 k.5 19 17 a 31 19 68 16 41 7 12 738 James a. Beaver. A. 157 105 119 7�?~j 19 16 35 18 �3 12 33 4 12 685 George b. Orlady a. 121 82 92 76 19 13 13 9 16 52 12 31 1 10 547 John b. Head. I145 79 116 74 116 23 71 81 is 6 5 10 32 25 933 Homer l. Castle p4 20 a 17 1 52 5 4 233 associate judge. Frank g. Blee. I276 153 259 149 128 38 104 94 41 115 19 97 38 42 1553 Cyrus f. Styer a. 22 5 9 5 8 3 10 1 12 District attorney. Ralph Kisner a. 241 161 156 90 29 25 40 46 108 18 52 30 26 1047 Charles p. Gearhart a. 208 104 237 143 116 25 85 80 13 71 26 28 12.">4 a Oto qty com missioners. Chas. W. Cook a. 230 155 172 128 21 20 15 38 20 8 5 19 83 20 8 1015 George r. Sechler. R254 133 228 129 28 22 49 40 19 88 8 48 25 22 1093 George m. Leighow. A. 19 5 132 209 Kkt 115 31 7 5 83 42 90 19 50 32 24 11 Mclarence w. Seidel a. 110 70 97 76 123 27 109 88 41 57 10 44 31 49 942 Chas. Uttermiller. A. 18 i 5 6 1 o 1 6 1 o 4l Asa d. Crossley. A. In 3 a a 4 a a 1 i 1 3 5 47 county auditor. J. H Woodside a. 215 169 186 103 20 n 26 32 19 75 18 41 8 16 945 Thos. Vansant a. 183 105 146 91 119 26 89 97 39 88 13 74 35 26 u �1 Amandas Shultz. A. 1 in 68 105 79 123 28. 83 87 37 75 11 61 41 25 941 Thos. B. Yerg. P29 11 11 i a it a 13 o 3 10 1 2 8 17 11 1 we. H. Fanger. A. 38 37 13 13 a 1 4j 12 1 0 8 5 185 guardsmen earn Hedy is. The season for qualifying with Rifle Ami revolver for the National guard of Pennsylvania closed of october 31st. Connected with the showing made by company f Are some interesting facts relating to Long term record medals. Etc. The local company held up the Standard of former years qualifying sixty men As follows Oue Sharpshooter Twenty marksmen fifteen first class men Twenty four second class men. Owing to failure of six men to qualify for various reasons tie company a figure of Merit will be 87.8 per cent. Hie total score must be divided by the whole number 8 5, and not by 80, the actual number qualifying. Thus it will be seen to what extent the showing might have been improved had All qualified. The officers Are required to qualify with revolver As Well As with Rifle. Company f this year is fortunate in having two men entitled to the ten year Gold medal. In order to win this medal a Man must have shot ten consecutive years. The two members of the company who have complied Aud Lave Wen the ten year medal Are quartermaster sergeant George r. Gross and private William ii. Fry. Lieutenant Frank Keefer has this year earned a fourteen year Pennant that carries with it a distinction of having shot fourteen consecutive years. Besides this years winners there Are Only two members of the company who have won ten years medals Captain j. Beaver Gearhart and sergeant William r. Watts. Captain Gearhart was the first to s and in Complete returns for his company to Captain Godcharles Lus Pector of Rifle practice for the to fifth regi went for commissioner major c. P. Gearhart Democrat wins out for District attorney his vote being 1253 As against 1047 for Ralph Kisner Republican and present incumbent of the office. Charles w. Cook Republican won out Over Clarence w. Seidel Democrat the two candidates ran very close and until yesterday morning when the Oft Ial returns were brought in the result was in donuts. Cooke a vote was 1015 and Seidelo a 942, giving the former a majority of 73. George m. Leighow Democrat Aud George r. Sechler. Republican were elected by a vote of 118? aril 1093 respectively. Persons familiar with affairs about the court House yesterday were Udall to recall a time before in the history of the county when there were two or Poblick is on the Board of county commissioners. Frank g. Blee Democrat was reelected associate judge with a total of 1553 votes. Cyrus f. St vets the prohibition candidate made a most creditable run cons Demig that his name did not appear on the a lot hut was merely inserted in the Blank space at the pleasure of the voter. I received a total of 12 votes. Challes Uttermiller and a a 1. Rossley prohibition candidates for county commissioner received a total of 19 and 47 votes respectively. J. Ii. Woodside Republican for county auditor Wius out with a total of 1 45 votes. Thomas Vansant and Amandus Shultz democrats Lor the same office have 1131 and 941 votes respectively. Thomas h. Yerg and w. H. prohibition candidates for county auditor made a very Good run. Polling 118 and 135 votes respectively. The totals for the state offices As presented in the revised table in this Issue show some interesting figures. Little Montour was undoubtedly a Factor in bringing about the landslide in favor of William h Berry the democratic candidate for state treasurer. The latter a vote Here being 1451 As against j. Lie Plummer a 568, a majority for Berry of 883. In 1904 Montour county gave a majority of 188 for Roost it it Over Parker. Died from looking at wrecks. Henry m. Lee of Syracuse new York a travelling Salesman succumbed to an a tack of in Art trouble at the St. Charles hotel in b Rick last night that was induced by the sight of the d l. Amp w. Wreck at Usu lock a Creek which the Mau was compe Limi to pass when the passengers of the train due Here at 4 33 were Transfer red. Or. Lee was visibly affected at the spectacle of the wreck Aud near Slick shiny his condition became so serious 1 an j two g f r in pet Roll that a physician was summoned to the train. Or. Lee arrived at Berwick a few minutes before five of clock the train being late lie got into the bus without Aid but lot while being driven to the hotel. Or. Pfahler had been summoned hut he could do to thing for the unfortunate Man. He died at eight minutes after five of clock. The deceased was about 55 years of age and represented Tho Syracuse Springs company. To fight san Jose in Mon w. H. Brinkerhoff of shipped Borg Orchard demonstrator and travelling representative of the state department of agriculture was in this City yesterday in the interests of the determined fight that has been instituted by the state against the san Jose scale or. Brinkerhoff has made arrangements to conduct a Publio demonstration in the grand jury room on thursday. November 16th, at 10 of clock. Or. Brinkerhoff is a member of a class of 22 men who recently underwent a course of instruction on sin Jose scale at state College. The state Lias been divided Uto districts each of the men in the class being Given Oue of these districts. This District the 21st, is comprised of Montour col Urthia Nott Lombe mud and Schuylkill counties. After the demonstration in the grand jury room or. Hrinko a Heff will hold in the Orchards of any persons Whoso Desoto. Or. Brinkerhoff is thoroughly acquainted with the subject of san Jose scale and Talke 1 v re interestingly about it yesterday. He said that the scale was brought to this country on some japanese plums about tvs a Lve years gamed its first foot hold in California. From thence it came to new Jersey and since then it has spread i throughout Penis 1 Varia. The Southern Norf ions of the state Are infested with it the worst the Quantity of the Seal growing less toward the North. The scale however is spreading rapidly and millions of dollars Worth of fruit fruit Trees or Uaine Utal Trees Shurb Hery have been destroyed in Pennsylvania during recent years. The pest is so inconspicuous that it has destroyed Many Orchards without owners knowing the cause of the trouble. It can be detected Only by a expert or by one who has see it and it can be sue Cessnu Lyne Ted Only by up Cial methods which Tho division of zoology of the state department of agriculture is arranging to demonstrate. At the meeting in the grand jury room which is for the purpose of starting the work of exterminating the scale in Montour Conoy determining where the scale occurs As far As possible Aud making appointments for local a a praying demonstrations. Or. Bryk erhoff will be accompanied by state z to Logist surface Crone of his regular assistants from Harrisburg. All Porto is interested Are invited to attend Aud bring specimens of infested fruit hot a the addresses. Meet the states representatives help arrange places for Orchard demonstrations and practical spraying and save their tree. I state bears All the expense. A continued on Page 4 Basket Ball managements. A or at Many people have a confused idea about tin managements of the Bill teams in this City. For the Benefit of Thorn who Are not Clear on this Point the managers of tiie three pc ams Are Given below the Montour Basket Ball association William Ellendogen. The Basket Hall team or. J. Beaver Gearhart. The Danville athletic association Austin Klase. Doors that Cost it it >,000 several of the now York newspapers he a. printed pictures of the doors of the new state capital at learn Surg. The doors were made in new York a id they Are the finest pc Ciment of Bronze workmanship that i ave Ever h on produced in tiny country. They have already Liten Hung Aud they have attracted great admiration in Harris org. The two main doors that have Boru placed at the Western portals of the capital Cost $ 50,000. Next court will he unique. Court will Convene on next monday with judge Staples presiding. At the session in september the constables made their reports Aud the grand jury acted upon All the Bills that were ready. Nothing remains for next week therefore but to proceed with the trial of Caes. The session of Couit will be one of the most important that has take place in this county for Many years. Aside from the volume of business that Lias accumulated during to o l Uig interim since court several of the oases to be tried involve charges of a very serious nature a murder attempt to Rob and murder jail breaking amp of. The whole week will no doubt to occupied. The coast will be an adjourned is Siou and will be unique in that there will be no grand jury nor constables in attendance. Mrs. Patrick Mccaffrey pent sunday with relatives in Bloon Isburg. Or. Aud mrs. Jacob Berger of Riverside spent sunday with friends in blood Ushur. Or. And mrs. Miles Potts v i i be Are visiting at the Home of William Hauck Honey Mocini Street. Or. And mrs John Spotts roof Riverside spent sunday with relatives at Rupert. Mrs Harman Rupp and Sod Fred spent sunday with relatives in Cata Wissa. Or. And mrs. Frank Billmeyer of Mexico spent sunday with friends in this City. Mrs. A. M. Gearhart and mrs. W. Fred Jacobs spent sunday with friends at Espy. I. Stein spent sunday with natives in new York Oitt. Harry Deibert spent sunday with friends at Millville. Miss Claire , of blown Sherg spent sunday with friends in this City. Miss Blanche Wenrick of Northumberland is the guest of miss Marne Ware Bloom Street. Miss Janette Kingsley of Olyphant will arrive this veiling for a visit with m is an. In Miles East Market Street. Or. And mrs. John b. Mccoy were in Nanticoke yesterday attending the wedding of or. C. E. Bennett Ami miss Ada Varner. Mrs. Will g. Brown and Frank Brown spent yesterday with friends in blooms Borg. William k. Savage of Washington v11 if was a visitor in this City yesterday. John Danner who ins until recently been employed in this City by the Dauville and Sunbury Street Kail a. Company has left for Shamokin where he has accepted a position with the Shamokin ext Tsiou railway company. W. T. Beck of Plymouth spent last night in this City. Mrs. C. A. Sunbury spent yesterday in Danville. Fred ow6u was a Wilkes Barre visitor yesterday. Hon. L w. Welliver of Exchange left tuesday evening for Philadelphia to attend the funeral of an ant. Miss Esther Cottrell left yesterday for a visit with friends at Lebanon. I. Stein returned yesterday from a trip to new York City and Newark. Miss Lois Boyer will return to her Home in Plymouth today after a visit we ii friends in this City. Mrs. J. E. Moore left yesterday for a visit with friends in Philadelphia. Miss cad Phillips will return this evening from a visit with friends in Philadelphia and new York City. Finger crushed n l. Hartman of the firm Fiss amp Hartman which in building the state Road to the Middle Finger of his left baud crashed saturday morning. Or. Paules dressed the wonn d. Moved dental office. Or. W. P. Angle Lias moved his Den Tal office to Jersey Shore where he has secured a Good practice. He reports that the town is grow ing rapidly Aud that it will no doubt so ii become quite a City. As the result of a very painful injury caused by a red hot bar of Iron a ploughing through the flesh at the half of his leg Christian Loeh bos roller at the structural tubing work lies be fast at his Home of Church Street. The Accident is a very bad Oue. As aside from the laceration the action of the hot non of the wound is Soch As to at piously delay Healing. The flesh including the my Seles was sever the de in to the Region of the Bono though the doctors believe that Boue itself is not injured. Or. Loeh was seen by a representative of the morning news saturday evening and to told How it happened. It was an acid but for which he pore by was resp sible alone. Preparations were being made saturday morning he said for changing Rolls Aud a new Roll had just been brought Down to the spot. Or. Loeh was Busy with this Roll and in giving some directions took a couple of Steps backward in front of a red hot bar of Iron which at that moment shot through the Rolls. It struck his left leg at the Fleshy part below the Kuee laying the flesh open in to the Bone some idea of the terrible injury May be formed when it is explained that tire hot bar which was Oue of four inches by three sixteenths of a Inch opon coming re Contact with or. Lee he a leg was Beut upwards by the Torce of the blow. The injured Man reeled Over to a Bench Aud proceeded to examine his leg the sickening flow of blood at once indicating the extent of Tho injury. Or. Loeh was Carriel by his fellow workmen Over to the millwrights quarters where at his own direction his limb was tightly bandaged to Stop the flow of by Good. In a Short time or. Carry rep sounded to a in Rev Call and after temporarily dressing lie wound Dinovo or. Loeh to his Home of a Church Street win re later or. Of a. S. Patton was called to assist. The wound was stitched a., Well As it could be under the circumstances and saturday night and yesterday the Mau was resting fairly Well. No serious complications Are looked for but just what the full sects of Tho injury May be it is a Little too Early to predict. Or. Loeh has been a Iron worker tor forty three years Niue years of this time lie was employed in Germany. In this Long period he has sustained Many injuries As Are attested by the numerous scars that May be seen on his Stalwart Frame. He acknowledges however that the present injury is the worst that he Ever sustained. Lbs 1 a it of poles occupied t d Al of time before fhe Horo ngh Oil Friday. Danville is Prett by Mislig Crit with is Tro they yield a Revenue to the Boro was shown by the treasurers ment last Niht in which an Ite 2f>2.20 appeared for pole tax. T represented three companies. I Velo cd however that the come have not complied with the to or in Nee by placing opon thei Al spec Tup poles Tho number and ii across the River. Gearhart township. State treasurer. J. Lee Plummer a. We. H. Berry judge of supreme court. John Stewart ind. Judge of Superior court. Charles e. Rice a. James a. Beaver a. George b. Orlady r. John b. Head. A. County treasurer. Robert Muir a. Malcolm c. Farrow a. Prothonotary. Gilberts. Burrows a. Thomas m. Lawler a. County auditor. Jos. E. Deveraux a. We. J. Thomas a. Richard a. Gass a. M. T. Mcgovern county commissioner. We. W. Eddy ii. Casper a. Tharp Frank m. Elmaud. P. J. Glen a Coroner. Or. C. R. Hollmer. Or. G. W. Dreher a. 58 mine inspector. Bruj. I. Evans a. 34 Martin Mclaughlin a. 59 31 Riverside Borough. State treasurer. J. Lee Plummer a. 18 we. H. Berry a. 44 judge of supreme court. John Stewart. Ind.58 judge of Superior court. Charles e. Rice a. 28 James a. Beaver a. 23 George b. Orlady a. 21 John b. Head. A. 32 county treasurer. Robert Muir a. 20 Malcolm c. Farrow a. 42 prothonotary. Gilbert s. Burrows r25 Thomas m. Lawler a. 5 51 county auditor. Jos. E. Deveraux r2c we. J. Thomas a. 25 Richard a. Gass d3f m. T Mcgovern a. 30 cot j it y co m m Issi Oner. Wui. W Eddy a. 26 Casper a. Tharp. A. 26 Frank m Erdian d41 p. J. Glennan a. 31 Coroner. Or. C. R. Holstner. 22 or. G. W. Dreher a. 36 mine inspector. Benj. I. Evans a. 28 Martin Mclaughlin a. 35 of the company owning them result it is impossible to keep trs the pole8 Aud no Oue in the Ernp the to know Whall Are being paid for or not. Matter was discussed at some 1< when on motion of or. Dietz seed by or. Jacobs it was decided the owners of All Telephone Teleg electric Light trolley and other be ordered to comply with the Vogli ordinance inside of thirty when the ordinance is complied and the poles Are marked As req die chief of police according to Tom will proceed to count the Aud see to it that the accounts a Correct. Or. Jacobs called attention t dirty condition of Man of the i about town. D was explained the keeping of the alleys clan and i Ary devolves non the Street con sooner. It was the souse of the hers that Ash piles mud heaps of ure Are oat of place in Pablo i and should not to permitted to it main. Or. Reifsnyder called Atte tic the tact that the Over ats Beloi to the police officers have become Sedy Aud that rather thin Wear the officers Are going without i Coats. The Borough years ago in precedent of purchasing overcoat the officers and or. Rei Snyder n that a overcoat be purchased for of die officer the Cost not to e �i4. Or. So Isfort secluded that Tiou. Which carried . Or. Boyer of the committe Sowers that the Exten n. Ered All Ben completed exception of the one at the or i valiant pro forties on West Mac Street. H Ward Ward of Galicky so Tio i of behalf of the residents of addition appeared before Conneil ing that the Borough water system extended in that part of town stands now t o residents of Gnu addition Uro without fire protect the nearest main is of Wall Star the d l. Amp w Rad Road the Plo ing located at or Keefer a Pren per my who would like to bail Golicki a addition it is alleged det ened from doing so by the la water facilities there. Thus it is c de the people of that part of suffer notwithstanding that they b eur bearing their Burden of taxi for thirty years or More. On m of or. Reifsnyder the matter it feared to the committee on Wate treasurer Ellendogen present statement of finances to Date v showed u total Cash balance of of $3.333.43. On motion a order was draw favor of the firemen a Relief ask Tion for $141.12, which had beet Cei Ved from the state. Or. Reifsnyder of the commit streets an Bridges reported pro in the matter of Street paving on Market Street. Some details in matter of i Nurvey which remain attended to has had the effect of aug delay. The following members were ent Vastine Reifsnyder swell Hughes Boyer Dietz Fensterman Jacobs Aud Law. Chairman j Gibson being absent Amos it was chosen president pro Tern. The following Bills were App for payment water department. Regular employees i p amp r freight. Water extrusion. American car amp foundry co. H. Belli 11 amp of. Thoma mit a co. Curry amp company. Joseph Lechner. D l amp w. R. R. Of. Franklin Boyer. Friendship fire co. Ellis rank. S an lard Gas co. H. B. Patton. Borough department Sarah Mcoueen. .1 a Muisey electrical mfg co. Helios mfg co. J. H. Cole Joseph Lechner. Atlantic re fining co. Morning news. Welliver hardware co. Labor and hauling. Surprise party. Mrs Eugene Moyer f. L. Avenue gave a Surprise party t evening in Honor of the sever birthday of her daughter Edna present were Lorain Philips i Itie Kempier Clara Detwiler Hoffman Lydia Woods Ethel Nora Crownley. Mae Dreifuss Vastine Elsie Beurett Carrie 1 Abbie Mckinney Katherine Emily Helwig Elmira Aud i Mower Jacob Meyer Charles Rov Little Harry Latimer to Lahaug. Raymond Johns Moyer William Spaide Walter Frank Eggert William Hel if Helwig Aud Herbert Moyer. /

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