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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaLocal time tables. Push a. R. R a ast. 7.11 a. M 10.17 a a 8.21 p. M. 8.60 Quot an a. M. Sundays. West. 8.00 a. M. 12.10 p. M. 4.81 a a 7.51 a a 4.81 p. M. D. L. A w. R. R. Bast. 7.05 a. M. 10.19 a a 2.11 p. X. 5 44 Quot West. 9.10 a. M. 12 61 p. M. 4.33 a a 9.10 Quot sundays. 7.0sa. M 12 44 . 5.44 p. M 9.10 Quot Phila. Amp Reading r. R. North South. 7.58 a. M. 11.23 a. M. 8 36 6.35 p. A Bloom Street. 1.55 a. M. U.21 a. M 8.68 . 6.88 . Danville and bloom3buro Street railway co. E Danville 8 of 6.40, 7.30, 8.20 9.10, 10.00, 10.50, 11.40 a.m., 12.80, 1.20, 2.10, 3.00, 8.50, 4 40, 5.30. 6 30, 7.10, 8.00, 8.511, 9.40. 10.80, 11.20 p. My be Bloomsburg 6.00. 6.40, 7.38, 8.28, 9 18. 10.08 10.33, �1.43� in. 12.33, 1 23,2.18,8 03. 3 33. 4.43. 6 33. 6.23. 7.18. 8.03. 8.53. 9.43. 19.83. 11.20 p. M. Or Snider morn inn 7.80. I get a 11 20 it Nils it to Grove at Only. P a k. Atily go l manager make up of Neit legislature revised returns of tuesday s election in the state show the following composition of the next legislature the Senate. Republicans 39 democrats .11 total.50 rep Lioan majority. .28 the House. Republicans. 145 democrats. 57 Lin colaites. 8 Olty party. 1 United labor. 1 total Cost of election on the train the Pennsylvania passenger train West do to arrive at South Danville at 4 8l o clock monday eve was the scene of much excitement caused by the Andriea death of Odb of the passengers who breathed his last just after the train had passed Creasy. The Man that died was James Dod son of Nazareth who was on his Way to Bloomsburg to visit relatives. After leaving Hazleton the Man was taken ill and during the wait of Over an hour at Nescopeck lie called Pou or. Myers a physician of that place who administered to him. When the train arrived he Felt better and resumed ills journey. As the train sped on its Way it was observed that he was quite ill. He was nearing Bis destination however and it would Only to a Short time until lie was in the bands of his friends. Meanwhile the passengers did what they could to relieve him. The train bad just passed Creasy when he suddenly expired. That the death caused quite a Shook among the passengers goes without saying. The Many a identity was revealed by a letter in his pocket from his sister miss May Dodson of blooms Burg. It was miss Dodson and another sister mrs. Emma Buck of he had set ont to visit when death overtook him on the journey. The body was removed from the train at East Bloomsburg and the relatives in Bloomsburg were notified. Miss Dodson and miss Buck were not expecting their brother monday and when the news came that he had died on the train and his dead body awaited them their Surprise and grief can easily be imagined. The deceased wan 68 years of age and was a widower. Diphtheria in East Danville. Diphtheria in East Danville seems to hang on with remarkable persistency and to defy All efforts to stamp it out. At present it seems to have gained a new impetus and a prominent physician is authority for the statement that there Are four comparatively new cases in three different families. The physician in question feels that there is a lamentable Lack of precaution in the township and is apprehensive that unless the residents awake to the fall sense of their responsibility there is no telling How Many More Casos May develop in the near future. There seems to be a common Monroe of infection and whether this is the Public school or some other source an Effort should be made immediately to find ont where it is and to apply the proper remedy. Fam ligation in always in order and if there Are no disease germs to kill there is nothing lost while should infection be present the omission of such a precaution might be followed with deplorable results. Either owing to in difference or Lack of information the most common precautions to prevent on thread seem to be omitted in Many families. According to the physician quoted one fact that All have not yet Learned or at least have not acted non 1b that deadly germs of diphtheria Are Likely to Lark in household effects and thus we have the spectacle of the disease recurring in the same family after intervals of greater or less duration and that too after the household has changed its residence showing that some Agency other than the dwelling has carried the disease. It is hoped that the pleasant com Man Ltd of East Danville will soon unite non gome measure that will effectually stamp ont diphtheria. Until a his is accomplished there will be suffering and probably much sorrow among the families there and a condition of affairs will exist that most expose Surron Ndang communities to the danger of infection. Oano to regulate Speed. Judge Doty of the Westmoreland county court Lias just handed Down an opinion in which he decided that a municipality has no authority to make regulations As to the Speed of fast trains through its Borders. We have not seen the opinion but unless it is reversed by the higher courts then a municipality Lias also no right to limit the Speed of automobiles or of fast horses travelling through its limits and is absolutely powerless for the Protection of its inhabitants against these constantly increasing modern perils. Total. 207 Republican majority. 83 Twenty four of the Twenty five hold Over senators Are republicans and one is a Democrat. Of the newly elected senators fifteen Are republicans four Are straight democrats and six Are democrats with the Lincoln party endorsement. This is a gain of one for the democrats. Of the Lin colaites in the House two John Geyser and j. Penrose Moore of Chester county Lead democratic endorsement. The other is Frederick c. Ehrhardt. Of the third Lackawanna District who was a Republican member of the last House and against whom the republicans failed to nominate a candidate. Andrew j Pfaff of the seventeenth Philadelphia District was the Only successful City party nominee Aud John j. Casey of Wilkes Barre is the United labor member. Many of the fifty seven Quot democrats were elected on fusion tickets and some May vote with the republicans on purely political questions. The last House consisted of 183 republicans Aud Nineteen democrats. Three new districts have been formed increasing the total number of members to 207. The result of the election shows a loss of forty seats to the republicans As compared with the last houses membership of 304. Patients out of a Job. The big crop of porn on the Hospital farm is All husked and the Small of patients who Delight in knocking around out of doors Aud who took hold of Corn husking with a vim Are now oat of a very congenial Job. There is no work on the big farm that the insane men take so much Delight in As Corn i busking. Nearly a Hundred might have been seen at work at one time not a few of them being very expert. The completion of this Job which practically winds up the work of the farm deprives the patients of the healthful exercise and diversion that proves so beneficial. During the Winter of course the patients who work in Che summer Are taken out Dally for exercise but it is Only a Short airing and no manner of a substitute for the recreation of easy and healthful employment on the farm. With the privilege of working in the Fields confinement at the Hospital for the insane loses much of its tedium and horror. Besides those who so labor have the advantage of being furnished with tobacco free Aud can indulge in the Weed without restraint. Altogether while at work in the Fields the insane men frequently enjoy their happiest moods. A heart to heart talk with the women and a urls of Pennsylvania. Why a woman a Page must women be fed on special and diluted diet can they not read As men read. They do read As men read and All that men read and add the woman s Page to it. Rightly conducted it is the Earnest journalistic attempt to instruct More than to amuse Well edited it steers Clear of the encyclopedia and the boudoir. It should be All that a Well rounded interesting helpful woman is ready to put out a Strong guiding hand wherever it is needed. It must take itself seriously. It must be honest it must reflect what really is Aud suggest from experience what might be. A great class Turus to the woman s Page for Council for advice for suggestion. The ready made conventions of one set of people would be a misfit on another set so Why Tell a woman who has to Cook and Wash for a husband and six children How to instruct a Footman to receive the cards of Cullers a woman a Page should he All thing to All women. No woman s Page deserves Success that does not give to its least Reader a respectful hearing Aud the Best advice in its scope. It must be kindly. It must inspire Confidence. It Mast enter into All the homely duties of the housewife with zest and Enthen Samui. It must hold the affectionate Friendship of its women readers. All these things the woman a Page the Philadelphia daily press is and does it is beyond doubt the most practical and truly and helpful woman a Page Ever uttered Pennsylvania women. You cannot afford to miss even one Day. Anne bitten House. Entertained at dinner. Mrs. Martha y. Gearhart entertained at a thicken and Waffle dinner at her Home on East front Street last evening in Honor of her guest mrs. Martha Espy. The guests were or. And mrs. W. Fred Jacobs or. And mrs. Sam a. . And or. I o. Mccollum of Espy or. Smith in a new Field. Or. Gilbert t. Smith formerly assistant physician at the Hospital for the insane at this place and widely known Ami Well liked among the people of Danville has been appointed assistant medical superintendent at or. Barnes sanitarium for nervous and mental diseases at Stamford Connecticut. Or. Smith has been engaged for years in his chosen specially among the insane. For the past five and a half years he was assistant physician at the Danville Hospital and prior to Iii appointment Here he served the states of Indiana and South Dakota As a member of the medical staffs of the Northern Indiana and South Dakota hospitals for the insane. Fraternity is growing in every part of the Globe. The november election Cost Montour county a total of $502.32. This includes the pay of All election officers Cost of printing ballots Aud election supplies ground rent for Booths room rent act. But two of the county have voting Booths Mahoning and West Hemlock. Three townships vote at hotels Valley township at Mausdale Liberty at Mooresburg Aud Derry at Washingtonville. Washingtonville Bor Ough also votes at a hotel. Derry and Limestone townships Eracli vote at a Grange Hall. There Are still two townships of Montour county that hold election in school houses which is a matter of much regret to the county commission ers who Are trying to bring about a sentiment that will Disfavour holding election in the school houses. The time was not Many years ago when even the school buildings of Danville were used for the purpose of holding elections. The custom proved wholly objectionable and except in the first Ward where the court House is used Booths were erected. It is evident that the townships Are falling in line with the Borough and the time can not come too soon when every school will be in session on election Day and the voting done elsewhere. Excursions Are popular. The Penny a mile excursions to liar Risburg still continue in unabated popularity. On saturday the crowd exceeded that of the previous saturday by several thousands. Over 15,000 excursion lists invaded die City of Harrisburg and swarmed through the new Capitol from cellar to dome. No accidents were reported and everybody had a Fine time. There were 131 tickets sold at the South Danville station and among those who took in the trip from this Olty and Vicinity were or. And mrs. Andrew Fry or. And mrs. Clarke Kerns. Or. And mrs. Seth Lormer Aud Sou Gordon or. And mrs. Charles love or. And mrs. William , or. And mrs. Judson still or. And mrs Alex. Mann mrs. William Childs mrs. Martha Ross mrs. Mary Ross mrs. Mary Lynn mrs w. K Lunger and son Curtis mrs. Martha gear part and Friend mrs. Grace Bradbury of Espy mrs. F. H. Yanjau Aud friends the misses Eaton of Scranton mrs. W. J. Williams and daughter Lois mrs. Req pc Hess mrs. J. H. Jones mrs. Lattimere Ain Mercian mrs. James Murray mrs. Mary Mowrer mrs. Herbert Myerly the misses Watkin misses Bessie Hess Margaret Williams Sadie Everett Mary Pali Ler Blanche Campbell Bertha Jones Minnie esterbrook Emma Kei suy Der Stella Sandel. Martha Saude Annie Reifsnyder Odessa Roundsley Sadie Kear Olive Lunger Margaret Gerringer Anna Ammerman Sadie Shooley Carrie Confer messes. A. C. Roat William Reed Bert Gill Frank Mccaffrey Frank Graham f. G. Robbins David Roderick Lincoln Daniels Samuel Mottern. William Mowrer Strawbridge Roundsley Harris Edmondson Clyde Dyer Charles Hartt Robert m. Jacobs Harry Koons d. N. Deffen bather c. O. Ritter Titomas Mills and son James William mint Zer Harry Mintzer. Charles Gardner Alfred esterbrook Robert Mccoy Wilbur Jacobs Grier Maun. Or. Aud mrs. Charles w. Cook John Hughes Aud Ida Charm of Valley township Victor and Walter Vincent and Elmer Feister of Liberty township or. Aud mrs. Raymond Barrett of Grovania William Fry Aud son Harry Roy Mausteller miss Ethel Deighmiller and miss Mae Mausteller. Of Buckhor the misses Gertrude Aud Rheda Olive Wertz Charles Gunlick Paul Eckert and Harold Bassett of Rushtown. Here is our condensed opinion of unoriginal laxative Jongh syrup a a nearly All other enough syrups Are constr put ing especially those containing Orra a a Kennedy a laxative containing Honey and tar moves the bowels. Contains no opiates. Conforms to the National pure food and drug Law. Old by Paules amp co. Completes work when the state Board of Trade met saturday afternoon with Vico president d. C. Shaw of Pittsburg in the chair Secretary s. M. Williams an you used that he had received pledges i Rorn seventy fit e per cent of the legislators elected last tuesday that they will vote for to cent passenger rates on railways am. To permit trolley lines to carry freight a we May consider the fight As Wol a said Secretary Williams a but we will not so announce it until the pledges Are fulfilled for obvious r Lason the names of the pledged legislators Are not made Public. The Bill relating to passenger rates provides not to exceed two cents a mile although they May charge As much less As they please. The trolley freight Bill is of simple construction Aud its meaning is conveyed in the j j title which provides that carrying companies of All kinds May carry freight. The Board endorsed a Resolution asking for a garnishment Law which will attach ten per cent of a debtors wages monthly or its equivalent in the hands of the employer until the debt is paid and declared for a revision of the pure food Law to conform with the National Laws. A Resolution was adopted favouring a uniform system of Public accounts and a better system of investing Public funds the object being to secure a uniform system of municipal bookkeeping and an investment of Public funds for the Benefit of the municipalities. The following officers were elected. President a. Z. Gross Harrisburg. First vice president of. A. Geppy York. Second vice president of. H. My Lumire Philadelphia third Vito president a. M. Howee. Erie. Treasurer a. K. Briton Lancaster. Secretary a. M. Williams Pittsburg. Directors a. D. Burlingame. Altoona William t. Creasy Catawissa j. C. Smith Harrisburg c. S. Seaman Scranton s. N. Williams Williamsport d. C. Shaw Pittsburg. A vice president for Eracli county will be elected by the local organizations of each District. Members of the state Board of Trade when asked concerning the Wisdom of the Pennsylvania Railroad company adopting two Cut fares before the Ramsey lines get through from Chicago to divert the traffic from the new Jersey coast resorts to the new England resorts were unanimously of the opinion that All of the railroads of the state Clauid not make the Cut too soon a it would be a Good said a. M. Howes of Erie a for All the railroads to Cut the rate regardless of w hat other Lii 99 Are going to do in the future. It might do away with the necessity for legislation on the Suh Jet Aud lighten the Burden of the coming legislature. It would not Only i be a Safe thing for tie new Jersey coast resorts but also for tie merchants in the big Eastern Secretary s. M. Williams thought the Law compelling Railroad companies to fix a two Cut rate should be passed no matter if the companies should announce a Cut before the legislature meets. A it will help travel for the East on Pennsylvania lines a said or. Williams a Aud what is More it would great a increase travel. Look at the great crowd of thousands who travelled to Harrisburg to see the Capitol a 11 because of the Low rates. It would be a Good thing for the h. D. Burlingame of Altoona said that the Board is not antagonizing the railroads in advocating the Cut late but proposes to help them. If the Competition from the web comes before the Cut it might Hurt Pennsylvania railroads. Itt n m the commission appointed by judge Evans to inquire into Ami report on the mental condition of George Arnold a prisoner from Montour county serving time in the Eastern Penitentiary presented its report to court saturday on the strength of which the 30urt made an order committing the prisoner to the Hospital for the insane at Norristown. The commission consisting of Charles v. Amerina attorney at Law h. B. Meredith physician and David Shel Hart. Layman was appointed by the court on tie petition of the Warden of the Eastern Penitentiary who stated that Arnold was undoubtedly insane and was not a fit subject for penal discipline. The commission visited the Penitentiary and examined witnesses after which they made a report in effect As that they Are of the opinion that the prisoner George Arnold is afflicted with delusions that he is of unbound mind Aud consequently unfit for penal discipline also that lie is unfit to be at Large. The committee therefore recommended that the court make an order directing the removal of Arnold from the place of Bis imprisonment to some Hospital for the insane. In locating the Pri Ouert a relatives the report states that his father is a patient in the Hospital for the insane at this place. It recommended however that the prisoner be not sent to the Danville Hospital for the reason that if lie should escape from an institution so near his Home his former acquaintances might be in danger. An additional reason was Given in the fact that or. Meredith of the commission superintendent of the Hospital for the insane at Danville might be considered by Arnold Asa persecutor. Judge Evans accordingly made an order committing Arnold to the Hospital for the insane at Norristown. Sheriff George Maiers w ill proceed to Philadelphia the present week and remove the prisoner. Both associates Bice and Wagner occupied the Bench with judge Evans on Bat Urda it in the matter of the argument on the Road Case in Limestone township h. M Hinckley submitted his Brief. R. S. Ammerman being absent tie court ordered that he be notified to prepare Ami submit his Brief within a week. 25th wedding anniversary. Or. Aud mrs. George Barnhart celebrated their 25th at their Home in East Danville saturday evening. Music was furnished by Howard Fryling a graph phone. Refreshments were served. Or. And mrs. Barnhart were Trio recipients of a number of handsome presents. Those present were or. Aud mrs. Arthur Stettler and Eon Jasper or. And mrs. Oscar Vastire or. And mrs. Edward White or. Aud mrs. Arthur Macfarland or. Aud mrs. George leighow or. And mrs. Howard Fry lug or. And mrs. James Rishel or. And mrs. Charles Arter Sou and daughter or. Aud mrs. Howard Klinger mrs. Albert Diehl Aud son Fred mrs. Cla Eure Phillips and son Jasper misses mame Kear Blauche Macfar land Ruth Barnhart Grace Barnhart Rachel Barnhart messes. Walter Lunger Stewart Macfarland Aud Herbert Macfarland. Only a Little cold in the head May he the beg inning of an obstinate Case of nasal Catarrh. Drive nut the invader w Ith Ely scream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up air passages. Price 50c it you per for to use an atomizer ask for liquid Cream Balm. It has All the Good qualities of the remedy in solid form and will rid you of Catarrh or Hay fever. No cocaine to Breed a dreadful habit. No Mercury to dry out the secretion. Price 75cwith spraying tube. All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros. >0 Warren Street new York Auten displays great Wisdom. Judge Auten by his latest judicial decision has Good grounds for Tho title of a modern Solomon. It is now almost a year since a Young Shamokin couple Harry Aud Mary Schneider mutually decided that the peace and happiness of the family could be preserved Only by maintaining a wide space Between the respective members. Aud so Harry took up his abode in one end of the town and Marv at. The other. There would have been no further trouble had it not been for their two year old daughter Hilda whom Mary took As her own exclusive property. Hany resented this Aud seized an to Kidnap the Little girl. The Case came before court and arguments were heard last monday. Judge Auten took several Days to think it Over and has finally announced his decision. Mary is to have the child one week and Larrv the next. Neit Iier shall have any authority whatsoever Over her while she is in the Possession of the other. Should the child get sick Over sunday a reconciliation of the family might he unfortunately necessitated. It is just possible that the judge had such a contingency in mind when lie made the decision. 50 soothing. St. Hubert a fair a Success. The fair and festival held last week under the auspices of St. Hubert a Church proved to be an unqualified Success. The proceeds of the affair amounted to Over #1000. The set of dishes was awarded to mrs. George a. Stock the gentleman a Gold watch to George Nied Aud the lady a Gold watch to miss Sophie Frank a for years i starved then 1 bought a 50 cent bottle Kodol dyspepsia cure and what that bottle Benefit Ted me All the Gold in Georgia could not my 1 kept on taking it and in Tavvo months 1 went Back to my work As machinist. In three m Nib 1 was a Well and Hearty As 1 Ever was. 1 still use a Little occasion ally a i find it a Fin blood purifier and a Good tonic May 5011 live Long and Prosper. C. N. Cornell Roding. A. Aug. 27. 1906. Kodol is sold Here by Paules a co the right course. Congressman Acheson has brought suit against the record publishing company of Washington charging it with criminal libel. Or. Acheson says he regrets the necessity for this action hut in Justice to his reputation . He adds a it such publications Are allowed to continue the time will soon come when no decent Man will permit his ii Uio to be used As a candidate. A or. Acheson 1ms certainly taken the right of our a its i Fluenc has been Felt by to Many Danville readers. The soothing influence of Relief. After suffering from itching piles from eczema or any itchiness of the skin makes one feel grateful to the remedy. Doan s ointment has soothed hundreds. Here a what Oue Danville citizen says d. O. Williams Slater of 204 lower Mulberry St., says a i used Doans ointment some years ago and found it a most excellent remedy tor the purpose for which it is intended. It is the Only remedy i Ever found which gave me permanent Relief from itching Diles from which i had suffered for a Long time. Anyone who has Ever had piles knows what suffering i endured before i used Doans ointment. The burning and itching was almost intolerable night Aud Day Aud although i tried dozens of ointments salves and lotions i got no Relief. I heard so much about Doans ointment that i procured a Box. The first application gave me almost i staut Relief Aud in a Short time i was cured. That was eight years ago and i have had no return of the exasperating affliction since. I recommend Doans kidney pills highly a Bor Sale by All dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn co., Buffalo new York sole agents for the United states. Remember the name Doans so Uda take no other. Twelfth a makes Good showing. General orders have been issued from Headquarters of the National guard of Pennsylvania announcing the result of the annual inspection of the troops at the division Encampment at Gettysburg last july. The orders contain a report of Lus Pector general Sweeney in which he states that never in its history has the guard presented a better front than at this inspection and that the troops Are better clothed and cupped than at any time in the existence of the guard. The twelfth regiment commanded by colonel c. M. Clement of Sunbury was seventh in the list of averages. It was almost tied with the eighth tenth thirteenth Aud sixteenth regiments. The twelfth always ranks Well Aud is generally regarded As one of the Best regiments in the state. Following Are the general averages of the seven highest regiments in the division first regiment .98.21 third regiment 97.38 j thirteenth regiment. 97.14 i eighth regiment. .96.98 tenth regiment. .90.74 sixteenth legit but. 96.89 twelfth regiment. 90.57 the orders state that the cavalry was inspected by the inspector general in person and made most excellent showing. No inspection drills were required Ami the inspection was limited merely to personal appearances and clothing. Lay now in Force the uniform primary Law is now in operation in every election District in the state. Under this now system of making nominations county voters of All parties will vote direct Aud of the same Day for Timeir Choice of candidates. With uniform primaries in Force the time honoured county and City convention is a thing of the past. Slate making by political Bosses becomes exceedingly difficult if not impossible. The Law was framed with the object in View of affording the people the Means for determining for themselves w to shall be their candidates. The holding of such primaries to choose candidates to he voted for at. The february election will Mark the first practical test of tiie new Law in the Pathre at Large. Dates for elections. The uniform primary Law was Oue of the several election Reform measures passed at the special session of the legislature. It provides that there shall be two primary elections held each year. For the coming february election the primary shall he held of the fourth saturday preceding election Day which will be january 26. For november elect ions the primary shall be held on the first saturday in june except when a president is Tobe elected. When the primary shall be held on the second saturday in april. That for february elections is termed the Winter primary and for the november elections the Spring primary. Heretofore the several parties have held their primaries on separate Days. Under the new Law Oue primary will be held for All parties Between the hours of 2 of clock and 8 of clock p. In. The primary will be hold at the regular election polling place in each District Aud will be conducted by the regular election officers. In the first place any number of persons May be voted for at the primary for an office to be filled at the next succeeding election. The Law provides that there shall be an official ballot for the primary. This will be alike in size and color for All parties. All officials ballots will be printed on White paper. Each party will however have its own ballot. At the top of each ballot there will be found a printed line designating which party it is for and full explanation As to How to properly Mark the same. If a candidate for mayor for instance desired his name printed on the Republican primary ballot this will be done upon the filing of a Peti Tiou with the county commissioners signed by fifty republicans. If a demo crat wishes his name printed on the democratic primary ballot As a candidate for mayor lie May have this Flone by having filed a petition signed by fifty democrats likewise a member of any other regularly constituted party. For candidates for councils who wish their names printed of the primary ballot petitions need he signed by but ten members of the Parry designated. A must file names Early. These petitions Mut be filed with the county commissioners at least three weeks prior to the primary or in this instance not later than Jan uary o. At least once each week Dor ing these three weeks the county commissioners must advert he in two newspapers within the county the names of All offices for which nominations Are to Bernado. At the expiration of the time fixed by Law for receiving petitions the county commissioners Are required to take these in hand and proceed to the preparation of the ballot for Eracli party. After these Are prepared they must be kept on file and open to Public inspection in the commissioner so office for at least one week proceeding the primary. When the voter goes to the primary of january 26 he must ask for the ballot of Bis party. Unless his right to participate is challenged he will be handed a ballot where be will find printed the names of All candidates arranged in alphabetical order under the respective offices. The Montour county teachers Institute will be held on the first week of december convening in the High school room on monday december 3rd. County a Spur Iii c. W. Derr was in this City monday afternoon and gave out information to the above has been considerable delay or. Derr explained a lie wis disappointed by Oue of the speakers and thus at the last moment h id to cast about for another instructor. To e program is not fully arranged but it will be Given to the Printer next week. Meanwhile the teachers of the c maty still be interested to lean what instructors have been engaged. Pm ii ent Atn Oug the speakers will body t. S. Joudon of Worcester mass., m Institute instructor of great us de strongly recommended by our state superintendent. Or. N. C. Schaeffer county superintendent Taylor it of Lackawanna county and superintendent Walbourn of Snyder county. Of monday and tuesday i. J. W. Howerth will be present. Or. Howerth is an All around Institute Man and is Verv highly recommended. He will be followed by superintendent lose of Williamsport who will remain the rest of the week. Superintendent lose is no stranger in Danville where of several occasions he has appeared before teachers and directors. To is a widely known Aud practical school Man and under his supervision the schools of Williamsport have attained a prominence that makes them second to none in the state. The program will probably show some special features in the form of elocution which May come on about thursday the music of the Institute will be in the hands of professor Deffen bather of the local High school Aud will be a Strong feature. Good for everything a Salve in used for and especially recommended for piles that is what we say of or witty switch Hazel Salve. On the Market for years and a standby in to Sands of families. Get Dewitt a. Sold by Paules so co. Berwick Odd Fellows will build. The Independent order of Odd Fellows of Berwick at a big meeting held saturday evening decided to Purchase a plot of ground Aud erect a building. In the erection of the building it is estimated that #15,000 will be expended. It will be three stories with pressed Brick front. On the first floor will be business places the second floor will be give Over to office rooms and the third floor will be devoted to Lodge rooms. Need a Good cathartic a Pillis Best. Say a Pill like Dewitt a Little Early risers about the most reliable on the Market. Said by Paules a co. The Best treatment for indigestion and troubles of the stomach is to rest the stomach. If can he rested by starvation or by the use of a Good digest ant which will digest the food eaten thus taking the work off the stomach at the pro per to into Rattre. A single ton spoonful i of Kodol will wholly digest 3.0�h grains 1 of food. It relieves the present annoy Anco puts the stomach in shape to sat is Facto Rily perform its factious Good for indigestion sour stomach flatulence palpitation of tin to u a Ami dyspepsia. Kodol i made in strict conformity with the National pure food and drug Law sold by Paules so co mis 77th vote. Of tuesday j. G. Grotz of blooms Burg. One of Columbia county a oldest citizens voted at his 77th. Fall election. In All the years that he has been Able to cast his ballot be has not missed one Opportunity to do so birthday Surprise party. A birthday Surprise party was tendered Pierce Brill at his Home in the Ammerman building East Market Street. Saturday evening in Honor of his 37th, birthday. Music and games were played until Midnight when refreshments were served. Or. Brill was the recipient of a handsome rocking chair Aud Center stand. Those present were or. And mrs. Tell Heim and son James or. And mrs. Archie Earp Aud family or. And mrs Jacob Winters and Sou or. And mrs. Grant . Ernest Poeth messes. Baker George Eckenroth George Kear Janies Lewis John for red and William tones. Give children h remedy with a pleasant taste. Done to a plea ant Medicine Down their throats. Kennedy a laxative containing Honey and tar is most pleasant to take children like it and i As a Relief for colds coughs Etc. There is nothing better. No opiates. Conforms to National pure food and drug Law. Sold by Paules so co the cause of Many sudden deaths. There is a it i lease prevailing in i country to t because so deep re 1 m i Tive Many sudden to deaths Are caused by a it a heart disease pneumonia. Heart failure or apoplexy Are often the result of kidney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to Advance the kidney poisoned blood will attack the Vita organs or the kidneys Hemsel Quot break Down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder Troubl. Most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained Quicke get by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If of Are feeling badly you can make no i Ike by taking or. Kilmer s 5warnp-Root, he great kidney liver and by adder remedy. It corrects Ina i Ity to hold urine and Scala g pain in. Pang it and overcomes tha a pleasant Neces Ity of being compelled to t often during i e Day and to get up Many to nes the right. The mild and the extraordinary of it of swamp Root is soon realized it Sta a highest for its won Corfu cures of t St distressing cases. up is ant to take and sold by All druggists in fifty cent and one Dollar sized bottles. Y. I ? a have a Sample t tit of this wonderful revs Mcvery and a boo that a tells All about it. Boih sent free by Mal. Adress or. Kilmer amp co. Binghamton n. Y. When writing mention Reading this Gene of offer in this paper. Done to Mareani mistake but Reineri her the Nann Swap Root. Or. Kilmer s a whip i Lur and the Addrea Binghamton jn.y., Onever bottles. Made Happy for life. Great happiness Cune int the Home of s. C. Blair school superintend it at St. Albany a. My. When his Little daughter waa reit Ltd Al Iroku the or ail fill complaint he a nude. Hes avs my Little daughter hid a. Vim a dunce which yielded to no tre i meet hut. Grew steadily worse until a last resort we tried electric by Ftp a and i it juice to say. Three bottle eff cred a a of Splete cure a Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weaknesses impoverished blood and malaria. Guaranteed by Paules so Cov drug St it re. Price 50c tue invitations to wedding. Invitations have been received in this City to the wedding of Cit Arles Fowler Pennypacker and miss Esaie h. Maxwell of Winborn. The e. The ceremony will to Ike a Day the 20th., at Hig i u a i Home of the brides Rel Charles Pennypacker will remembered As having res idea Rity when his father. Rev. Pennypacker was the pastor Paul a methodist episcopal some years ago. Be a i i i Fhi a. D of is Rhu rely a year of blood the y a �903 wiil Long be remembered in the Home of f n. Thru r. Of Alliance. By. A a it ear of blood which flowed so copiously from or. Tacket s lungs that death Vry near Jit writes a severe bleeding Fri a the lung and a frightful co Ign had drought me at deaths a Loor when i began taking or. Kings new discovery for consumption with the a Toni shrug result that after taking four bottles i was c a Petely restored and As time has or Ven permanently cared a g in an feed for sore lungs coughs and colds at Paules so cons drug store Price 50c and #1.00 trial bottle free. Down in Cumberland. Down in Cumberland some of the Farmers Are decidedly inhospitable toward their neighbors who undertake to borrow chickens Aud other food products. The other night for instance a Farmer detected a Mau making free with the inmates of his Chicken Coop armed himself with a shot Gnu got after the Chap Aud actually put a Load of shot in his Back. To 0�ore a cold in one Day take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. Druggists refund Money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove s signature is of each Box. 25 cents. Judicial return judges. The return judges for this judicial District f. G. Schoch of Danville and r. Rush Bloomsburg met in Bloomsburg saturday and issued a certificate of election to Hon. C. C. Evans of Berwick As the successful candidate for president judge at the recent election. Home of swamp Root. Famous strike Breakers. The most famous strik Breakers in the land Are or. King s new life pills. When liver and bowels to Oil strike they quickly Settle the trouble and the purifying work go s right on. Best cure for constipation headache Aud dizziness 25c at Paules amp co druggists. Bury the Hatchet. Now that the election is Over Aud done for the Titusville Herald exclaims Quot let the Hatchet be buried the old friendships revived and the Battle forgotten. Peace Aud brotherly affection Are of More value than any governorship. At least after the fight is Over a to in pm ask p. O. S. Of a. During the next several Mouths a Effort is to he made to increase the membership of the patriotic order sons of America in York a puffy from 3,000 to 4,000 similar missionary efforts will also be made in Many of the other counties of the state the canvass for new recruits culminating on Wash aug Tony a birthday 1907, when the several Camps will admit their new members. The movement will wisely look toward strengthening the Camps already existing rather than the creation of new ones. Trainmen upset House car. What would seem to be one of the most awkward accidents possible in railroading took place at South Danville monday evening. An empty House car together with several loaded Coal cars stood on the siding. It became necessary to run these further ahead and to accomplish the task the snal plan w to adopted of moving them by mean of a Stout pole or piece of Timber i Sci Ted Between a locomotive on the main track and the cars on the siding. Ordinarily the cars Are pushed Alstead in this Way without any difficulty. Monday the conditions were somewhat unusual and an unexpected mishap occurred the pole was inserted bet Seu tie locomotive Aud the empty Boose car which in turn was a species i to Siove the three loaded cars ahead of it. To propel the heavy Load the engine moved Forward with a Rush but the loaded Coal Caw were too heavy the empty Louse cur could not move them Aud unable to resist the Force exerted by the engine it fell Over of its Side. This indeed was a bad state of affairs. No Ihirg Short of the steam Crane would suffice to put the car right Side up Aud place it of the track. The wrecking outfit was accordingly sent for Aud it arrived at South Danville during the evening. The lifting of the car halt Pou the track was the work r Onu a few minutes. Had a clo5e Call. Danger us Mirgie Al operation involving the removal of a malignant ulcer. As Large As my hand from my daughters hip. Was prevented by the application of Bucklen a Arnica Salve May a a r Stokel of Miletus w a. A persistent use of the Salve completely cured it cures cats barns end in j a i re. 25c at patties amp co. Druggists. New use for trolley. And now our citizens Are called upon to face a new peril relating to our Curbstone Market. It has been discovered that this useful institution maintained by Danville for its own Benefit is also serving Catawissa and Bloomsburg. A gentleman familiar with travel on the Danville Aud Bloomsburg Street railway states that any number of people especially during the summer come Down front the towns above by trolley and carry Home heavy loads purchased of our Farmers one merchant is authority for the statement even that a luring the past season he did quite a business in baskets supplying Bloomsburg and Catawissa people who had coins Down to oar Market Aud attracted by the Choice Aud abundant Supply of produce wished to carry a heavy Purchase along Home. All this is flattering enough from a certain standpoint but is not so pleasant to contemplate when we reflect that of Many commodities notably butter Aud eggs we have us to enough to Supply on own population and the Price is Way up. With neighbouring towns in Titis Way drawing of our Supply there is no probability of the scarce commodities becoming More abundant or High prices taking a drop. A guaranteed cure for piles itching Blind bleeding protruding piles. Druggists Are authorized to refund Money if Pazo ointment fails to cure Ltd 0 to 14 a lavs. ¿>0 cents. National president a. Of. H. The state of the ladies of the ancient order of hibernian has presented a Gold watch Charm studded with diamonds and Eui Erawls to miss Annie c. Malia of Scranton who retires As state president to assume the pre a dewy of the National society to which she was elected recently. A banquet will be give in her Honor at Scran n november 19. Then Tell him about Ayers Cherry pectoral. Tell him How it cured your hard cough. Tell him Why you always keep it in the House. Tell him to ask his doctor about it. Doctors use a great Deal of it for Throat and lung troubles. The Best kind of a testimonial a a sold for Over sixty a yers Sarsaparilla pills. H Alk vigor. To have no secrets to publish the formulas of All our medicines. One of Ayers pills at bedtime will hasten recovery. Gently laxative

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