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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 20, 1902, Danville, PennsylvaniaI lome paper a for hie Home Che circulation this paper is increasing rapidly. It will you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year Del. Inv anti. 11. Jennings do stint. Jolce limn s 0 a. 41. In 11 m 114 4ill .St., / /. It. In 1 41 Danville. A it. Job printing in re the a this country will Lvi l i anti rally frill until it supplies All its own Elmano Switki its own Lodi \ i ions Job i bin tic Ali kinds and desk rip Obj. 47-Mo 4 Danville pa., till lasday novem Del 20. 1002. St \ i 14 s11 e11 in is Siu l.t/., m. I it. 42"� my i St., ban i a. Diseases tit stomach and intestines a specially i it. In. . Dentist 2is Iii it i Kin. Teutli Kex traded without in Aln. Frown and Bridge work a specially. A a nipped Quot i111 Iii must mild most improved inst Ruments and prepared la a exc elite i he most Dill Eliot work. . C. Ii. Reynolds a dentist office opposite store Danville a. Dentistry la nil its branches charges moderate and All work Naran teed. Establish d 1892. Lome laser news. Council mooting tomorrow night. A the fast mail at the opera House tonight. Danville a plenty room for new industries. Secure reserved seats for Brookes Marine baud orchestra at the opera House tomorrow night. An Oyster supper will he Given at the salvation army Hall saturday evening. The Reading Goose hone weather Prophet refuses to make weather predictions for the coming Winter until lie has secured the breastbone a Goose that was Horn last Spring. As the time the year is at hand when diphtheria Scarlet fever typhoid fever and other contagious diseases Are liable to break out citizens should see that their cellars and Hack Yards Are thoroughly cleaned and placed in a sanitary condition. The opinion just handed Down by Ali a Superior court relative to indebtedness a township in Luzerne county which is to the effect that townships must their own debts is far reaching interest and should he weigh d Well. The suit grew out a township in Luzerne county with 7,000 inhabitants having a debt $ftl,000. The Superior court direct that a special Levy he made Oil the tax Aldes based the valuations As revised by the county commissioners. The Hunting season will end december 15, and the Woods from now until then will no doubt he filled with Hunt ers. Miss Florence Ephlin honeymoon Street i convalescent after an attack typhoid fever. The Pennsylvania and heading Railroad companies played Santa Olaus a Little ahead the game hut the thousands men who get the Benefit will he just As thankful. It was a Joyful Surprise. With a majority people the most interesting live Stock exhibit at this time the year is a pen big fat turkeys. A Young soil arrived at the Home . And mrs. William Boyer honeymoon Street sunday. Miss sue Miller Market Square is confined to her bed by an attack grip. Building operations in the City Are being hurried to avoid a premature cold snap. An empty Railroad car unless it is being hurried for a Load is a Scarcity these Days. Invitations have been received ill this City for the Catawissa thanksgiving dance. This promises to be one the social events the season in this Section Ali a state. Promo Noufa people from the surrounding towns have been invited. The possibilities transportation Are exemplified by the existing freight blockade. The trackage May have to he doubled. The Danville defenders have arrange a a foot Hall Gam with the Catawissa team which will he played at do Witt s Park saturday afternoon. The game will to called at 1 clock and the admission will be 15 cents. No matter Liovvi Long delayed the Winter always finds us unprepared. Christmas magazines Are beginning to appear in spite the weather. The Christmas numbers however stick closely to the Calendar while the weather follows its own Sweet will. Wild geese have Boon flying southward during the past few Days. Council will Convene at 7 clock Friday night inst a l at s clock the usual hour so As to give the members an Opportunity attending the concert he Brooke s Marine baud orchestra in the opera House. The prohibition Alliance Quot ill meet tonight at 8 clock a full attendance is urged. John Olson a swede who is employed in the Erie shops at Susquehanna pa., monday attempted to commit suicide by swallowing a Quantity carbolic acid. He escaped with a badly burned Mouth. He said lie a wanted to go to he has twice been an inmate the Danville Asylum. I the Street commissioner has now completed the work cleaning up the streets the Borough. The gutters Are now open and the streets never presented a neater and cleaner appearance the approach Winter. The danger hooded pavements caused by the choking up gutters when the Snow melts which was much feared has now been removed. The Street commissioner says that he never saw such ail accumulation leaves in his life As Lay upon the streets this fall due no doubt to the wet season. How to got rid them formed quite a problem. Immense j quantities were carted away. Whore at All practicable they wore gathered up in heaps and burned the Steffet. Street commissioner Deen has also Given blizzards run a Good cleaning out from the d. L. It amp w. Railroad up to the Borough Hue. All accumulations whatever sort have been thrown out so that the Channel relieved All obstruction will Drain off the water in time heavy rain with Little flooding. The i. L. Amp w. Railroad company today will put a Force men at work cleaning out the Culvert under the 1. L. Amp a track which was reported at the last meeting Council As badly filled up and Likely to cause considerable flooding when the first High water occurs. Barber shop burglarized the Barber shop Thomas Evans Bloom Street was broken into sunday morning and about seven dollars Worth Toba Ico was stolen. The goods were contained in the window and All the burglar had to do was to smash the Glass and abstract the tobacco. The shop evidently was not entered by the burglar. There is no clue to the robber although it is known that the shop was broken open after 1.30 clock sunday Iii orning. At that hour the police officers passed Down Bloom Street and found everything All right. This is the second time within a few years that . Evans shop has been burglarized. Foot Hurt in an Odd Way. Miss Fredericka Kaufman the Montour House in Jurod her right foot in an Odd Way Friday and is suffering considerably from the at work in one the bedrooms she struck the foot against the Sharp Edge a chair Rocker. Although the pain was intense she soon recovered and went about her work. Shortly afterwards the foot began to swell and miss Kauffman became unable to walk. . Tames a Fleshy was summoned and an examination showed that a Small blood vessel had Hurst in the foot. The patient was taken to the residence . James Kinchl front Street whore she was resting easily Friday night. Fred Henri upper Mulberry Street this City was run Over by the ears at South Danville sunday night and had the end his right foot severed. The Accident occurred shortly before 10 clock just As extra freight no. 5�?~j�?~j was pulling into tin station. Hon Rio and a companion were walking along the tracks a Short distance above the crossing. It was impossible to learn sunday just How tin Accident happened. Tin Engineer l. C. Cooper stated that he was in his place at the right Side tin engine and did not know that anything had occurred until the fireman called out that they had struck a Man. It is stated however by others that Honrie who was walking Between the t to tracks seemed to heroine bewildered and at the very moment that the train was upon him stepped Over in front it. The engine ran Over his right foot just above the Ball severing the toes and leaving them suspended Only by a shred flesh. Beyond this he did not. Seem much injured with the exception a very badly scratched and bruised face caused no doubt by falling in the Cind rasho was thrown violently to one Side by the train which was moving at the rate about 15 Miles por hour. Tin injured Man was carried into tin gentlemen s waiting room at the station and . .1. Kime Ivr and . N. M. Smith South Danville were called. The physicians after an examination decided that the Host plan would be to Send Tom Man to the Mary m. Packer Hospital. The freight which struck Hei Irie meanwhile was waiting at the station and to lib conductor was willing to take Henri along to Sudbury. Sudbury was called up and arrangements Wen perfected for receiving the Man. The doctors carefully dressed the injuries and prepared Setirie a his trip to Sudbury after which in was carried into the caboose the waiting i rain. Fred he Nice this City who was struck by tin cars at South Danville. Sunday night was in seems injured much worse than was at first supposed. Tin hones the right foot tin toes a if which were severed by the cars wore found so badly crushed As to Render amputation necessary at the ankle. The Mary m. Packer Hospital was called up by a phone monday afternoon and information to the above effect was re Ltd a Ivy d. The injuries sustained about the face although painful Art not considered serious. Neither do there appear to i be any internal injuries although the body is very badly bruised. Henri is a single Man residing upper Mulberry Street. For some years past he has held the position a a rougher at the Reading Iron works he will be detained at the Hospital for several weeks. Knee jut with an axe. David Huber Riverside was obliged to use crutches yesterday As the result an Accident he met with thursday. He was carrying an armful Wood into the House holding the axe in his right hand. A Kitten ran under his feet which caused him to stumble falling with his knee upon tiny Sharp Edge tin axe. A deep Gash was indicted which hied profusely. A a will to lame for some rime. Work new Bridge begun. Work was begun Trio new Iron Bridge Over Mahoning Creek at Center Street yesterday morning. W. B. Cummings Columbus o., representative the Nelson amp Buchanan company arrived in this City tuesday night to oversee the erection the new Bridge. He is stopping at hotel Oliver. . Cummings yesterday stated that the Bridge May he completed by Friday night if not delayed by Tom Stone masons Whoso services will he needed As the work progresses. Birthday party. Miss Ethel Tho daughter . And mrs. Jesse Shannon South Danville last evening was tendered a Surprise party in Honor her twelfth birthday. Among the guests no re m Yirgu a rite Gearhart Bertha Clay ten Nora Smith Ollie Smith Nellie Smith Carrie Woodruff Leah Kase Mary Gramm Alice co Loughan Margaret Kimbel and Multi i Kimbo. Building new Coal House. A lore i i a routers it if the an evangelist coming Here. A special mooting to lib Danville ministerial association was held monday morning in Tho parlor the y. M. C. \. And flu services Ferdinand Schiverea the Well known evangelist have Boon secured to conduct Union revival services in this City for several weeks. . Schiverea has been in Bloomsburg for some time and Lias he in very successful there. Tie is to come Here next tuesday and will remain at least two weeks and probably longer. The invitation extended to him was by Rev. O. D. Lerch Rev. N. E. Cleav a Trinity m. E. Church Rev e. B. Dunn the United evangelical Church Rev. H. C. Harman St. Paul a m. E. Church Rev. M. L. Shindul i. I tin Pine Street lutheran Church Rev. G. E. Limbert Shiloh reformed Church Rev. L. B. Twichell the first Baptist Church Rev. R. J. Allen St. Peters m. E. Church South Danville. The Mahoning Alid Grove presbyterian churches and general Secretary w. I. Laumaster the Young men s Christian association. While tin arrangements for holding tiny services have not been perfected they will probably to held in Tho Mahoning and Grove presbyterian churches. The re will be further announcement made Lam time and place holding tin meetings. . Schiverea is an Earnest evangelist and much Good is look Al for from his work in Thi Eirv the meeting a the woman s Homo and Fogt re Ign missionary society St. Paul a m. K. Church hold yesterday afternoon posses Seil an unusual interest owing to the presence mrs. Purely a unhurt District Secretary and miss Purdy a missionary put Hla Mexico both whom gave talks. The attendance was something larger than usual there being present not a few ladies from other churches who Are interested in missionary work. Mrs. Purdy gave a very interesting talk setting Forth Many facts Relativo to missionary work in the District that were full encouragement to Tho members. Miss Purdys talk possessed a Peculiar interest coming As it did from one who Ltd so actively participated in the work she described and who had so recently returned from Tho missionary Field. She began by paying a Fine compliment to her co worker. Miss Limburger this City whose perseverance and progressive teaching she said has contributed in a marked degree to bring the Mission school Puebla up to its present High Standard excellence. The girls school at Puebla is Especial interest to the Young Peoples missionary societies Central Pennsylvania conference As it is to its support that their contributions arc applied. The Mission school a a braces a ton years course beginning with the kindergarten and ending with tin Normal department. Some three Hundred pupils Are in attendance and the Bool is partly self supporting. Miss Purdy states that infidelity prevails in Mexico to an extent Little dreamed in this country. The Young Many families even the most aristocratic and wealthy class receive no religious instruction whatever. La Fidelity in openly taught in the schools. Christianity is described As a system which belongs to a bygone Day a system which perhaps had its uses under once existing conditions hut which has now Given Way to a better system philosophy which is understood to in an agnosticism some other form infidelity. The Superior methods employed in the Mission school and the Especial pains taken to develop character Seldom fail to impress the Parent if at All discerning and thus very Many Young girls from the better families Are placed in the Mission school whore they an brought under Christian training and where in Many instances they adopt the Christian Faith. A characteristic trait the mexican people is their extreme politeness. This is not Only Manifest in the pupils hut miss Purdy states that during All Tom years that miss Limburger and herself have been identified with tin school at Puebla neither them a been the object the least discourtesy an unpleasant word from any the patrons. The Jie Ople regardless their unbelief arc intelligent and polished Many them having completed their education in european countries. Miss Purdy described another class steeped in ignorance and fanatical to the last degree. Altogether she re Gards Mexico As a missionary Field that the protestant Church can not afford to Overlook. A dangerous pastime. Harry mrs. Peter Kiim Church and lower Mulberry streets de Lawill lie confined to it the boast for a a War Law i Iwanna and Western rail to Mph Dav As the result an a it Road is a a it re at tin passenger Sta Eide it ustain a Yosti Day. With some turn in 1111 i Ity building a Coal House it is located the North Side the track in the Roadway used by wagons this Road being owned by the com Pany. The old Coal House at the East a a my tin station platform will to Lorn a Lown. Other Hoys a was amusing himself by \ extracting fhe balls from gun shells and exploding them he Means abuse to t As he had inserted tin fuse in one fro n which tin Hall was re nov d ii Vvs ill off prematurely tin Fla i burning him quite badly about i tin face. Thanksgiving toot Ball. The management the Danville defenders has secured Tho Milton team to play Here thanksgiving Day. This gives an Assurance a Good game and there is no doubt that Tho attendance will be Largo. Tho defenders Aro practising daily and Are greatly strengthening All Tho positions. Tho game last saturday with Tho Sudbury buffaloes Lias Given them considerable Confidence. The buffaloes Are considered very fast and Tho fact that Danville prevented them from scoring with practically All Tho playing in the local territory is an indication that Thore is Good material in the defenders. For saturday afternoon Catawissa will be Tho opposing eleven and the Gamo will be played at Dewitt spark. Tho visitors have been playing Good foot Ball and the contest promises to to very close. The local eleven will line up As follows left end Pegg loft tackle Fischer left guard Mccormick Centre. Haver right guard Miller right Taekle Dougherty right end Snyder Quarter Back Rosenthal left half Hack Lewis right half Back Mcclure Captain full Edmondson. Personal time extended. A general order has he a ii ism d i death mrs. Harry Rossiter. From tin adjutant general s fit a \ Bertha i. Ros Iler if Harry tending tin n. G. P. Rifle practice it. Rossi to a died yester by morning at a carpenters bad fall. William Houghton Sudbury a Carpen tor employed tin Pennsylvania Railroad foil from Tho Railroad Bridge at Mam Vilh about noon yesterday and sustained a compound fraktur a a tin Arm and several minor injuries. Houglin ton was engaged in shifting it Plank overhead when he lost his footing falling a distance about Twenty feet. The injured Man his Way Home last night was a passenger the West hound train due at South Danville at Frank Jacobs and Otto Gray Sun Bury Wen tin guests William Keener Over . W. J. Riddle and family Pitts Burg air guests at tin Home Henry Rumpe Walnut Street. Go org Fox this City spa it sunday with friends in Catawissa. . And mrs. A Lark Meclosky spoilt sunday with friends in Catawissa. Robert Thompson Berwick spent sunday in this City. Miss Cornelia Prout. Grand str it. Has returned Home from Koa Uoc. Ya., and Baltimore my. . And mrs. Go orge Hendricks. Of this City went to it it White Derr pc St a Day afternoon. Mrs. S. J. Elliott Lewistown arrived in this City last evening tor a visit with her daughter mrs. De. G Seidel Bloom Street. I. X. Grier, last evening a business trip to a ilke Sbarro and Scranton. B. 0. Many Washington d. Was in this City yesterday a business trip. W. S. Dunkell a go a and son slip Inkin spent yesterday in this City. It. Roth and j. S. Tyrell Syracuse were business visitors to this City yesterday. C. W. Moore heading called friends in this City yesterday. Henry Blum Syracuse spent a few hours in this City yesterday. Miss Sarah Williams who has keen visiting her Parent in this City re turned to a Philadelphia yesterday. . And mrs. W. J. Riddle Pittsburg who have Beau visiting mrs. Riddles sister mrs. Henry Rei Vijh Walnut Street Arlt spot Iii big several Days at picture rocks. Charles a. Yaggi Williamsport transacted Buiu Ltd in this City yesterday. Mrs. Edward Gei incr a unhurt is visiting relatives in this City. Mrs. James 1. Kramer has returned from a visit several weeks at Atica ind. C. S. Books arrived in this City from Altoona yesterday for a Short visit with his family West Mahoning Street. Miss Emma ship has returned to her Home in a unhurt after a pleasant visit in South Danville. Rev. Ii b. Twichell pastor tin first Baptist Church in spending a few a lays at his old Home in Barryville n. Y. David d. Williams this City was in a unhurt yesterday. I Agnes Mccarthy h it yesterday morning for a trip to Philadelphia and Che ter. Giorge Bachinger transacted Busi Ness in Sudbury yesterday Gomer Thomas was in Bloomsburg yesterday a by Siuss trip. E. S. Tripner Lewistown formerly this City returned Home yesterday after spending several Days in Bloomsburg and Danville. Mrs. William Pease Philadelphia arrived in this City last evening for a visit with her parents . And mrs. George f. Smith. Palace hotel. Mrs. Daniel Byerly returned from a week Ksn sojourn in Philadelphia last ave Mug. Her husband who is undergoing try atm at the Glt Maii Hospital is pronounced out danger. Samuel Mowry returned from a visit to Philadelphia last evening. Joseph lecher the Mill Street plumber spent a few hours in Creasy yesterday. James Henderson de the St. Elmo hotel Calle d his Friend t. M. Lawler at Sudbury a a St Day afternoon g . And mrs. James Sowers Philadelphia Arlt visiting relatives in this City. . And mrs. E. K. Per sell returned from a five weeks visit to Chicago last evening. Miss Emma Kumbler who was the guest mrs. G. A. Ross Man Walnut Street returned Tel her Home in Sun Bury last evening. Mrs. Gertrude St. Clair and miss Annie cited Milton spent yesterday in this Eity. Arthur Mccloud Sudbury called friends in this City be Ste Day. Roscoe Thurston Sudbury was m this City yesterday. No heavy Snow this Winter. To a Complete daily flood req met the Riverse it pm will he inaugurated by tin United states Atli Bureau at the Harrisburg office. 1� ginning do cd niger 1st. At tin . -ei11 time there Are a number stations along tin Susen Haiina. Hut ten a Only report when an Inch More rain Falls within Twenty four hours which would me an a probable Rise six feet at Harrisburg. Daily measurements tin height tin North Branch Are take n at this place by Edward Bell who submits weekly reports to the Harrisburg office. Under the1 new system dispatches will he sent ovary Day from Ringh Atn Tern Towanda and Wilkes Barre the North Branch the Susquehanna. See Osgrove below the Junction the two branches and Huntingdon the Tui a to River. These reports will 1� Civ. D in time to be made a part tin daily weather map so that the stage 11 a rive can be seen. It is exp cute d that aft Tom service has been Start a the number Pines uding in tin daily report will be added to tin North and we St Braucher Ami the Juniata. This system flood re ports has been in use the Ohio River for a Verai years and has proved incl Culah value to shippers and dwellers along the Hanks. Millions tons Coal accumulate at Pittsburg in Low stages the River and when reports a risk in Tom Allegheny and Mono Uga Imla Rivers are1 received instant preparations Are Nide to take advantage a tin Rise and get Tom boats Down tin flood. If Len flood is to a a a a Dis i Trou Oil unusual he ight then shippers can prepare feet a it and secure their boats from be aug swept away. Tin dwellers along the Hanks an also advised when a flood is coming and can make preparations to prevent that destruction which Wou Lel happen if tie a should he caught unawares. The Susquehanna is Given to rapid Rise s and carrying destruction in its path. With tin instalment i f tin Imp system All the Dweller along its Bank will have several hours notice a Rise and its probable1 to ight. There Are nun mrous industries that lie along tin River Hanks which Are affected by floods. To thu i the information will he most valuable As it will Reu Nove an element uncertainty that now prevails. The new service will enable the people Tel Tell there Al Flost to ail absolute certainty How High a flood to expect. Tin amount water in tin Susquehanna rive is just now i subject additional interest As the it pm stir in making it a navigable Stream is now under discussion. Millions dollars Are he ing spent upon the Ohio River to Kee a it navigable at All seasons the year and the government i ii Luce a to Elo so because the enormous traffic that the Stream Oarb a. A comparison the stage s water in tin Susquehanna River and those in the Ohio River shows that during tin past year tin Susyne Hauna for most the time had much higher water. I i Sty Institute county so Charles w. D make Ali Succo and has tin All the t a in is w ill lie tin thirty statute and it will de Emu a 1. J. I monday from nine Rint cadent schools t i. Working hard to filing annual Iii Titus a Imi arty to operation tin county. This a v nth teach hers info held in Thi City 2. 3, 1 and 5. Morning. P n Tab. I lock until noon tin missionaries will lie enrolled at the Mart the filing session the infill b a hell in the auditorium Danville High school a Ginn two clock. The order exit will be As follows invocation Harry Curtin Harman. Address a a come Ralph Kisner Esq. A directed by Hamlin Cogswell t Lions St it lit fining at a a risk a i Rev. Of v Iii 11 six the thinking shop a w. W. A a trick Musi it Hamlin Cogswe a fundamental Perrin Cibb in teaching a c. H. Alerting the e vening at eight clock to la Reigi is Grilley concert company will h at the Danville opera hous the tin Day morning program will be in. Oration. Rev. G. B Limbert Musi. Institute How brains grow and a a a re a w. No. Drat Rick singing and instruction. Hamlin Cogswell a a working outline i geography Quot c. H. Albert music. Institute addles-., Hon. O. T. Corson. In the after Roou the re will a music by tin Institute a five Inq Orta it Steps in teaching process a c. 11. Albert Nimsic and instruction. Hamlin Gogswell a a cultivating brains a w. Deaf Rick. Aging. Institute a school sentiments a Hon. A. T. Corson. In tie evening at the opera House . I. F Fox will lecture a a neglected Cavalier a and musical selections will he a dered by the Dinvill High school Mai quartet. W. In Day morning invocation Rev. Adolph Mayer singing. Institute add res.-. . D. F. Fox music Hamlin a a Gsell a the at thing in w w. Patriek sing aug inst it note a a 1 to schools i attended a Hon. O. T. Co Sou. A a in a Lay Ait Momi music inst Tufe address. Vav. Johnston Esq. A physical education a . A. K. Al Dinger music. Cogswell a order development a w. Vav. Stetson music Institute a originality in the teacher Quot Hon it. T. Co Sou. Wednesday evening at the Era House Acturo by prof. John b. De in Etc i a for music by the girls quartet the Danville High us . Thursday morning invocation a v. L. B. To Wien a music. Institute a leading an unprinted Page and a a master message w w i i son music. Institute address. Prof. John. Dentt music Hamlin Cogswell primary work a Sopt. Harman thursday afternoon singing. Inst tue a a phas a to a fit res prompt. B. F. Keefer passes away. Captian b. F. Keefer a prominent Sudbury contractor and a brother Peter to. Keefer super Ute Nde it the Danville water d. Partma it died yesterday morning at his Home after an illness nine Mouths. It was not until several weeks a go that lie was comp it Ltd to remain in the Lions and sunday his condition became serious. Tin deceased was Well known Here and is survived by a wife and four sons Clyde Harry Frank and Edvard All whom reside in a unhurt. He also leaves throw Brothers and two Sisters Jacob Keefer Keefer a Sta a Tion pm to a j. Keefer this City mrs. Mec Loulian Rushtown a Harl it Keeler and mrs. G. Vav. St Roll Sun Bury. Captain Keefer was a Man Public spirit and served Sudbury As its chief Burgess and was for twelve years a member the school Board. He built Many the Largo buildings in Sun Bury among them being tin Mary m. Packer Hospital and the Neff hous he served throughout Tho civil War from the time tin first Call for volunteers until its close. At Muncy he raised company a Hundred and thirty first pm tin Sylvania Volunteer it anti was elected its Captain. When must red out he was in command the regiment. To was aged sixty four years and was Horn at Keefer a station Between Sudbury and Snydertown. Calvin Kos Fer South Danville i it his Nephew. Joseph Keck a a Sudbury a Westlu Prophet rays Liat therrol a Ivi a ,.�?zk,.r .�?�iir�ii.-.t, we. Season until november 211. This a a tension was not needed in tin third brigade and it is doubtful if either the others will profit by it. There arc still a few men not qualified As Marks men but with the Opp a Rtin Iii tin y i had while Rio it duty thrown away i there is Little likelihood their being Piali fied now. Her Homo in a unhurt. Sin was a daughter m \ and mrs. S. Snyder Anil was Horn in Danville february a a 1 St is. Sin Leav s a husband and three Dalight. The in no ral will be hold at her late Homo saturday afternoon. Ii Niento will to made in tiny Pomfret Manor cemetery Sun Bury rabbits May be sold. The open season for rabbits Bogan Oil november 1st. And conf Naos until december 15th. Secretary Dalbins tin game commission in a re cent interview stated that rabbits could 1��-bought and sold like Wiso so Nirry is As neither arc include d in tin list game that cannot in sold offered for Sale. Cold weather wont set in he Foro the Middle cd Doc Mhor Ami per aps not then for the reason that the snakes Are still to to seen top the ground. He says that snakes invariably take to their holes for the Winter at least two months before cold weath sets in la Good. That to la a re will but no Snow he regards As certain from the a fact that the Mountain grass is not High enough to insure fond to tin Mountain Birds Ami fowls. Nature says in is not crud enough to a strive the innocent Birds. Killed several years ago in a collision at Nescopeck was a brother. Tin funeral will in flu a i Tofu Orin Alt in a in. At 2 30 clock. Interment made in the san Bury cd in to it will he b. Trying to save Gulick. J. Simpson Klim and George re Imp Iii Iyda a cd a unhurt were in Harrisburg i St Day i fore thu Board pardons in he half John Gulick who killed his Mother and brother and who is under is i it a a death. Tin was represented by District attorney h Vav. Cummings liquidating the indebted Luis the congregation a St Paul m. E. Church Thi we a a will off jux Hundred dollars a tin eighteen Lun a Lri Al dollars remaining tin indebtedness incurred by Tho Fremodt Linig their edifice tin entire cd it it tin improvements was fifteen thou Iii dollars and the rapid lilt Iii Daviou the debt sch aks volumes for the Lihz i laity and spirit a nil Pri Lii Eli Marks tin congregation tin he la Hundred did Lars re main Iii will i Wix Al out in pm a tin expiration am to her a to a Paragiou a Vav. Vav singing a a Hamlin essentials a Vav. Vav Day evening Maro. Friday morning Erskin Wright. A what next a Laneous Hissim st�t9on a roti Cogswell a a some St Tson. The frs ten magician. Invocation Rev. Music. Institute Vav. Vav. Stetson Miteel re a a Orts commit tees singing Institute. Address supt. Harman adjournment. The following Are the Institute offie trs executive committee Charles Vav. Derr u. L Gordy Jane s Turry. Secretaries. Mis Mary Jam Walter Lowrie a Oil Mitt a Oil resolutions. Prof. J. C. Cany min Anna roat miss min prudence blizzard prof. E. B. Barnett auditors c. Carmel Wagnr. Mont Derr miss Mary enrolling clerk. Clyde Coddens d. N. Dieb Bachor to Nick Eph a ii Asli Schaeffer committee permanent certificates d. N. Die Euba her Clairman. I. Anna Sidler Secretary Mont dry. The Montour county association directors will in a t in the court hous thursday afternoon at two clock. Then will a a a an Addic by . Harman. Business so Ial in mgt it Ance will i Quot Tran act a i Aud All Dir it is a requested to att and. Here s the oldest Deer Slayer. George Knarr it Trout lib. Clearfield county who Lack hut a few weeks big it a y cd. I till an Active Nii Rod. Ii a but to Cleartis id county with the Pic be. R generation when every Man was a Hunter. Every fall he has devoted sgt my rim to his favorit recreation the Chase until Imp so fond it that advancing a ars fail to a keep him from if. In a not missed i annual Hunt for big game fair a pm a �1 1 it a five ars. Ii accompanies a dirty to the mountains a a a fall i the do re a it to and a portion tie a a ii at the Hunting a amp and but upon the Hunt with is much Cuthin ism As and Nile my bar the party and Usiri ally with a ring conversation with in c if Irvin an. I a who with in if and Little son is a is at the Hom . J Kine re. . Irvin. Who holds a Tommis Ion under the Hyt Nan Board f a Mign i in Irvyl a charge the Junkin m no Ort d h Pital Aud t a Mary Oil a a Whong Dis Emmry and Surg v at in to in company with i firm i v h a in now winding no a year a vacation in Thi country. On the nineteenth a Cher they will ii hmm san fran Cisco for Japan Nath Sandwich a i lands. Corot which has nored ind-p�?~u4lelh tic atm China Ami Japan is an a pit elation 15,0 10, country infinite Ltd. A Arr All which a main to gtd Orlop in. Among the Miu radar not Only an abandoned hard and Oft Coal Iron and Copper hat also Gold and . It i a m Lunt Ainoa it us for will Val Leys sir ing Fertility Tler a a Good Many Bood Hist and followers Bonfacio in Crea hat the Hulk the to Malafi oar give a Over to anew Stral worship. They Are a peaceful and a Fin i Fri and i to rom opposition to Tho Imu Ntim. Of a Stern civilization. Al trip railway and Elk trafic it Gfa far a Nir common throw ghost the Empire. Tler is a Complete Telegraph with Rural for delivery and parcel Post. Among the for Ign who have drifted into the country am n can hold the apr Conry in Trade among protestants the hot Rian Clit Rah Wath fir to to enter upon missionary work in Mth Odist Chorch win at it in a Narv Field is in in Ilia is also apr int 1 in Corea hut the at w re for a been Dmn by the presbyterian. In re mis Ion with which . Irvin is identified Thor arc at pres at a Dain sch a gym n Aud in Lin Rio Lri a churches Ami Elk a Al live a in Huilt in Laid for Hrth native Coreano. Thou co ova Rte a to christianity numb a l it during years past to a in a Ian school and a two Miles a hav to no a stables lied. The re Rte we re nil and Are support d by the an. The Coll is however a re built and a so a it sorted by a hurry a in Fth unit d state the Intro it Laid Rion Christi acuity meets with practically no opposition in la to ii a in it i 14 us world pro its Neh a for nifty i a for missionary Effort a Corea. At Fin order the emperor Fth a Christian s a. A Sion is to every government office in the Empire and paid for by the government to it copies a received the Royal Palace. The hos vital a comes a Gre Arfa tor in winning tin Coreano As they Are Here shown the Bene me it fruit Christian civilization. Upward j sumo cases a treated yearly do s East hav a u \ treatment. The i Clad 21 Sargis Al it a rations. One the dreaded disease is leprosy. . I Lias com in Contact with Conni Dei Over 2000 cases this discus. It tin major operations that 1 in called upon to perform a it a Leper. . Irvin who i a i j. R. Kim tin iry is very by a interested in min Lounary work it i found d and has charge the Only night school for gird in Corea. and mrs. Irvin went Toca after their marriage about a it years ago. Roderick their 7 year old Sou. Was Boru a Cor a and i making his first visit to America. In i a Bright Little lad and a the an a fluently As Engli his now Safe in England. Jam Chailey. Who my rite a 1 we Mack i popular Young Man a prominent ind up in for ? ahem at Shamokin Abs it unix Ymir Igo. A in a a in England according to information re tved. It will be n m. Mba red trial after com Mitringa tie rim the fellow whip running from the 11 and Brokhi i g m a t a i in to la it Jbv Oil was captor Al and at Fth trial w i found guilty to that not a Grey and rat to a Rve a even years in jail vie no it no 1 Ali Munir la wed we Ald Mak his a raft Ami by lid in a sri us Nal Manre a. Ii m Al a fals key and together with Jam Burns. . Of Sli Mokin mad his a Cap to the Yard. They Macagy 1 to secure a nip and throwing it Over tin top the Wall Ali us he to the a and a aped i the ground Ami air 1 they give n knt As far a Ihu a Viii who All tra sgt it a Iii a re the weather Man has mad Ini solid with tin Peop this fall a log cd results in to fan i a a Lav lost none Iii tru to Rifle yet Pii Hunt a Relian v ical by in la nth a his Verdi. 1 jury Gomer thorns. A Thedka Conner to lion a is. G. Al afters in a turn it i a verdict in to Averof Ali plaintiff awarding him Tii sum fifty dollars the value the Organ without interest this brings the full Price the piano up to it �?�.�. Which . Thomas i ont us �?�<1 was the figure agr i in up a tin jury arrived it i a enlist la before to Neil night to Lav Chi a was a a Al Al we a a re font it a to la a court yest Rilay Iii orning lost Latrobe but finally n coming Farfel am St to Murd re Oneilly i it for where in. W a a n. To that port in Biar la a a tramp Taro for aug lamp. I Active Firo a a in eyes wife is in Indian up for a form rid it Sha my Kin. Burns it is All go. Visit Al so amok in different no eat to it is. Hut. a children at Turkey 8n the Price children in c. A starker supp a to la i it in 25 cd it. This Rny Lud Utida a to in Var a i no tickets for children a a can be paid at the Tal a y m Wildren a will

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