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A it a Ruth foe to win or a a a to a it his halt a ready Law deep the the rms a and Slot on a Ator Viar evening Mill Street Wmk crowded with people. Farm fur rent a Large Farn. Sit rated of a Ortiana Nurer in Baa county near to Market a Farmer with Tuomie trucking Eipert Enre an i plenty of help preferred add Stu Box 81, Berwick. A. A son Haa arrived at the Home of con mailman William Debauch on water Street a month of variable weather mostly of mild temperature is predicted. Game n being thinned out rapidly an 1 the Hunters season will be Short. The Brick work on the new Annex at the water works a nearly completed. The thanksgiving period is now near at band and the prof or Way to Oberre it a to make somebody Happy. Chicken thieves Are again at work in this Section a shot gun heavily loaded May be used to intimidate the Ray re la the Days Are getting unpleasantly Short. Now is the season when complaints about Gas Bills Are in order the Pennsylvania Railroad company a about to change its schedule. Adjusting it for the Winter but whatever changes it May make it is Safe to say that they will All be for the accommodation of the travelling Public. This Gre at Road is always on the watch for anything that will make matters Comfort Able flt in its patrons. That dreadful disease diphtheria is prevailing to a great extent in Many Section of the state Basket 111 and indoor sports Are returning to favor with the waning of the foot Ball season a religious census will be taken in Hun Bury on thanksgiving Day. An increased attendance is noticed at All the sunday schools. Christinas a coming. Already local politicians Are casting around for candidates for Borough offices. Steady rain for a week will lie needed to fill the streams and moisten the Earth sufficiently before Winter sets in. Shooting matches will soon afford fun and amusement for sports throughout the county. The Hunter who mistakes another Hunter for game has been unusually Active this fall. Hens Are wearing feathered Collaretti is and taking a needed rest. They seem to be relying upon turkeys geese and ducks to claim the attention of hungry mama from now on until after thanks giving. Maybe they Are right in doing so but Hen eggs Are wanted All the time. The first real touch of Winter weather makes you ask yourself what you did with last summer s earnings and sends you on a still bunt for the ticket which a alls for your overcoat does no to it during the past few months painters have been busily employed in All directions burnishing residential exteriors and revealing that people Are putting out Money in worthy improvements. Prof. F. J. Ross of Williamsport will soon open a dancing Academy in this City. The Grier building on Mill Street is being re painted. The extensions demanded for hot lines of the Montour a Columbia Tele hone company Are coining in so rapidly that the erection Force can not keep Pace with the demands. The business of the company has grown beyond All Republican. See that the doors and windows of your Homes Are securely fastened As thieves Are operating in this locality nearly every night. H. E. Parsons of Nescopeck has secured the position of draughtsman at the Howe a Polk structural tubing works. Or. Parsons is a student of the Scranton International correspondence schools and it was through their influence that he secured the position. Tvr a shawl d be Ivow Wev to font a my Bra Hub m Bahti or. Rev in. I it the the a with a Iatvnr-tt3g Xii Larriw tits to a j pm Dace it Tivitt a Quot of was Elk �1 by the Devi my Ai a re v a a cow jct 1 Fri by the Rev o. To. Sleek or. Farrve Chr get Tifi Hothi 11. T r Uwi a a a. Id Hilm Kurt Uri mss Mia str Vejr of a Philadelphia. A key a 1 iter Atim. In West Way and pro mry language work j respectively. The san speaker conducted the of a . Del a get Pok on school government the principal Factor of which he it and is Ttye Trad ref. Who should poses a All to lit is Beautiful Good pure and holy and who Raioum direct the activity of the school in Urh a manner As to secure interest. Mis a Aid that in teaching language the Power of spout Neou a a Prev my in in children a Lioums be studied and a a lit should the made of the errors of speech from which to Correct the errors in phraseology. Or. Croswel devoted his nature study talk to Birds with the habits of which head Vised teachers to become better acquainted. Rev. G. K. Umbert conducted the opening devotional exercises yesterday morning. Or. Darst continued his talks on pedagogy speaking of the four stages of air jul Gruwel wind he i in a it a observation or the acquirement of knowledge assimilation or the arrangement of knowledge into systems expression or teaching other and application or putting knowledge into practice. Miss Welsh of the Bloomsburg Normal school spoke on Reading urging teachers to give More attention to sex Prensa a a. She said that Many children read poorly because teachers fail to recognize the importance of the subject and let because Thev Lack the appreciation of the literature. Miss Welsh then gave a recitation. Miss Patridge followed with a talk on primary Reading urging that language work should precede the Reading and that these studies should be used to Correct the errors in the language of children. Or. Darst closed the fur noon session with a talk on poetry. Real poetry he said is in the heart and written poetry is simply its expression in words. Miss in Atridge occupied the first period of the afternoon session with another talk on language. This subject should be taught she said so As to develop the Powers of the individual in the Way of i expressing thought and pupils should write language lessons so As to obtain practice in the Art of writing a my then they should Correct their own error. Or. Darst delivered another address on literature devoting himself to a description of the different kinds of poetry giving illustrations of each and quoting freely from familiar poems that come under each class. Miss Welsh closed the afternoon session with a talk on elocution the elements of which she classified As Force time pitch Quality stress inflection tend volume. She described the different kinds of each of these elements illustrating the manner in which they should be used and taught. The ele. Ments of stress she said should never be used in teaching Small children. The Only evening lecture during the Institute will be delivered in the High school room this evening when or. Darst will deliver a Public lecture on �?o1, the heir of All the or. Darst by his interesting talks on literature and proven himself a deep student and a pleading speaker and it is believed that this lecture will be highly entertaining and instructive. A it work is to but Ucb m i a Vul to a Nve Arr a re a a b v. To the realm to living it v. A it a a. B. Civ veritable to l it a a urfa water a a that a w. A. Nuisance by run thug into the stable As at present. The building and fire committee were directed re Peot Ivein. To have necessary a fairs made to the Tove at Continental How company Rooue a and in be ingate to Del my tie w hat supplies Are necessary a the tire department. The following Bills were ordered paid Boot . Regular employees. Pm �?~�?�4 Street work. Is. In s. J. Welliver. -.27 w talk mtr Artyem regular employees. S. A. Mccoy. a. Hugh Oliver or. Ellis rank. I. J Keefer extra work. S. A. Mccoy. Extra work. Ii. K. Moore. It a. J. Wei liver. J. H. Cole. Ilver Spring a Tarry co. 1127.70 a a a. 25. 11 75.1x1 151.45 -�?~10. 7a a 41 303.4fi american car a foundry co 11 a a a a. A Shepperson. 10 a 1 a r co. Freight. .47� Hiram Blecher. 63 George f. Reif Nyder. 20 to in. I. At w. Fort fill. Ill Al death of one of Dauvilles meet popular Young women. I Edith France Hunt laughter f Frank s. Hunt a lie Tui Lay Nibi 17 17� of clock at the Home of her Uncle David c. Hunt no. 104 West Mahoning Street. Miss Hunt was one of the Lee get known Ami most popular Young women in this City she to Sessell a cheerful disposition and was the Central figure in Many social gatherings. While on a i it to Brooklyn n. V., in August she was taken us and after she came Home her illness developed into a fever which in turn developed into consumption. She was Able to be up for a time while she was convalescing from the fever. At that Iuie she was taken fro i her father House to the Home of her Uncle on w. Mahoning Street. Consumption rapidly developed and for several weeks she has been gradually failing. Miss Hunt was Twenty six years old on october 3. She is survived by her father and one brother Charles .1. Hunt. Her Mother a lied on july 29, 17. The funeral w ill be Field from the Home of her father. No. 21 East Center Street this afternoon at two of clock. Interment will be made in the new in biter Ian cemetery. A my inv >4 n a i a that a a Iii 5 m Ion a uni Man i rep two owl a work at a a i a to i ratio at. Death of mis. Thomas Mensch. Mrs. Thomas Mensch an old resident of roaring Creek died at tier Home Early yesterday morning aged about sixty years. On tuesday she suffered a stroke of paralysis and her condition grew rapidly worse until her death. Mrs. Mensch was Well know n in this City and South Danville. The funeral will be held from the residence on saturday morning at ten of clock. Interment will be in mount Zion cemetery. Freight agents in town. Travelling freight agents Samuel Kilpatrick of the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul John j. Coyle of the Erie dispatch and Wilson s. Barnhart of the West Shore called on agent Philip h Foust while looking after business along the Reading yesterday. Election of officers. The stockholder of the safety spindle and manufacturing company held a meeting for the purpose of completing an organization at the Montour House monday morning. The officers elected for the ensuing year Are f. Q. Hartman presi Lent John Eves of Millville Secretary a. Ii Grone assistant Secretary. Ii. G in or treasurer and g. Smith manager. The Board of directors consist of the officers Ami j. B. Watson j. A. Weitze l Ami John Dyer. The Kramer foundry on East Market Street will be arranged As soon As possible for a factory to he used by this company in the Inin facture of spindles. In the meantime their goods will be manufactured out ride to fill the orders Al remly being received. The first spindles made Fajr this company were placed on the Market last week. Death of an old res Dent. Miss Mary Young died yesterday noon at her Home on Spruce Street. Death was it Lue to old age. She had been failing for some time but was actually ill Only three or four Days. She was eighty one years old and spent most of her life in Danville. She is survived by two Brothers James of this City and John of marshal Michigan. The funeral will he held tomorrow afternoon at two of clock from the Home of her Niece mrs. Elmer Himes no. 422 e. Market Street. Interment will be in the new presbyterian cemetery. G. A. R. Oyster supper. About 200 people were served at the Oyster supper Given by Goodrich Post o a. R. In the armory on saturday evening. Stoesz band furnished music. The veterans were assisted by the members of the Relief corps. A Good Sura was netted for the Post. M Wuhan. M. Hidden an 1 a in ugh Cru u .1�, of went my it it using Greet Are Kimting or. Ilerd Den daughter or. J. B. Quot Chuman at a Cir by town. Or. John Kuhner of read ling. Is a Guc t at the Horny of w k. Holloway Bloom Twet. Georg Blun tank a so in Alex. Of Ai to he a. Arthur Ai Ward of Bel i Wood or and or. Charle Ranall and or and or. John Mcanall. Of Berwick will at ten a the funeral of i Edith Hunt today. Mrs. C. P. Hancock left yesterday for a Voit w Ith Friend in Philadelphia. Harry Meara of Rupert was in this City yesterday. Mrs. George Wash born of no Irthum. Berland agent yes term Lav with Fri end la in town. Or. D. M. Boyd and a miss Esther Cottrell left Friday flt or a visit i Wilk Naburg. Or. K. P and i Ida Hoffman of Philadelphia Are visiting their Parent or. And . A. Loffman. Wen i Lou in Ort in is visiting friends in northumber2an�l. George Wilson James Brown and Joseph Hoy who have been employed at Castle Grove the past few years return i to it new York on saturday. I Eleanor Frick of new York is her parents or and a or. Alex. J. Frick at the Montour House. I Gertrude Savage of Kloo Insburg. Was the guest of the misses Brown West Market Street on saturday. Or. Jacob Fry and mrs. James Foster left on saturday for a visit with relatives in a Hollidaysburg. Or. And mrs. John Hoffman spent 1 sunday at the Home of Joseph Robinson East Danville. I Gertrude Brown and a miss Harriet Strieker of Shamokin Are guests at the Home of Erwin Hunter East Mahoning Street. The Rev. Or. W. A. Mcatee and a w Ife Are attending the Christian Kud Eavor convention in Philadelphia. Or. R. Ii. Woolley and daughter. Miss Cordelia left monday for a visit in Philadelphia. Miss Maud Bennett is visiting friends in Sunbury. Or. George Hullihen is visiting relatives in Shamokin. Mrs. Jennie Jordan of the state he a Spital left tuesday night for a trip to Hazleton and Bethlehem. Mrs. Matilda sheriff is visiting rela j Tive in Pottsville. General superintendent better super j indent Dice general freight agent Bell assistant general freight agents auck and Crossley divison freight agent Grafley and freight claim agent Russell of the Philadelphia amp Reading railway passed through this City tuesday at 12 of clock a special train from Williamsport to Reading. Charles Wilson of it. Carmel was in town yesterday. Miss Katie Llen Rie of Berwick is visiting relatives in this City. R. I. Lunger of Harrisburg transacted business in town yesterday. Mrs. George Morgan of Williamsport is visiting relatives in this City. D j Rogers transacted business in Wilkes Barre yesterday. Henry Braun of the hotel Baldy called it a Bloomsburg friends yesterday. Samuel Dreifuss of Milton called on relatives in Danville yesterday. Robert Caldwell and Frank Morgan of Elysburg drove to town yesterday. B. C. Sterner a it of Liberty township attended court in Danville yester any. A. C. Courson of Washingtonville was in town yesterday. George Jacobs will return total a a today after a visit with friends in this City. Frank Yerrick is visiting relatives in Wilkes Barre. Bruce Dietrich of Berwick was a visitor in this City yesterday. It hmm i \ us a to Brawl by the j Kov in a a we Iwer r i a or giant vol to la a i go itrel Xvi Ruby i car a a a 5 he i Echo Wail Bwl to a a Chr a in la n Tan i Kiwi \�h�4i�u Ltd Al n ii it to a a i right it i Elit Ouiatt Fig the u Ciulli Evahl a i about or us Zittu n la Tyr a by giving a it trial re Hurt a of the work a of a. To a this a us by it it the their la in rail Tovy Rutig men tid their value a a in Tanto Toch Arrhe. Lie exp ame i Thea urk of the Len Al a a Aarau on with it men a and boy s Bible i Elam read ling a no a game room Purl or and Giuna turn. Which offer attractions to invite Young men who might other Wie a Eek a Liv a in in in Tiari Ful ways. Or. i a ppr a Tion of the a a in Tanee in the work Ren a a lured by the officer and manager of the a to citation Mem tiers of the ladies auxiliary and a the local news pop a. In a i b�m<4 by i Iba a Twain bad e tve4 a vows a few i Ltd to time be went Ibera Iba ung Fiott Iba a Taal a ump let Ike Tim Arete allow that be t Overbe a Fol i lie vae a a be polint me a of the Camelar official aunt an a a a it w of get i i a he la a it got m a a t a Tai i a in a a Tsuiae twi or Imus Altabet my a lure and i be 4 Jom Ita wife Noy. I be Ite i by sex judge ii 1 Charle Quot Niter n. S p. We Dver i a a a Quot not or Quot Cartel Kmak represent Itai Rouault m Ware Aff amm the Reading to plaintiff arc or we ent Henry m la Inch . Of Quot a Burr lion Ion. 4 Quot uni mry Jet scr of read King. And to Jame nil of Arlen Chalfant the company. Thi action i brought to re ctr Var Fott it a a Foi the death Ltd of the infant child of or Ami or. Patron. Which a killed when the piece of the exploded boiler from i tie rending Iron we a re a blown through the Rar roti Sioum about four year age. The next came on the court lit i that of or. And a mrs. Barron the auxiliary report a Howe against the Iron company to recover that during the year the Law lies held for injuries which or. Barron i Twenty three meeting a i Ted at the c aimed to have a Tain Al at the same member a reception. Help a Christmas time that in r child we killed a entertainment and raised $472.30 in Adli a jury raw n f r thira cd a in i get a Litzou to the $115.79 in their Treasury at a it a g re i. v la r. Inter j. Kerf tie beginning of the year. They pail or i. I Ward Mill la lie my Iain a a a Ian a 1� repair made to the Huim Itig Jobborn Benjamin f. Foulk Benjamin and now have $222.11 in the Treasury. Treasurer Mcclure s report showed the to a Tal receipts a luring the year were $2,31 s.34 and the expenditures were$2,311. Steiner. Charle Bobbin. James Fleck Endon. Isaac f. Saul. J. Ii. A Idy and Liv in nun 11 amp l Ive witnesses were sworn before the a Tsouri unsent of court. They were superintendent theol Hrc f. Patterson Robert Reed Lewis Morgan Lewi will Tai ii Aii i Muo a wi�.,m were Emp Oye a at the in n works on the afternoon that the Linler t up Oder i. They were examined simply to a show the work that a being a Lone it the Mill that afternoon. It was it until afternoon that evid 73. The receipts include 1 an increase to the a Leht a of $-9, which was borrowed. The in web Tel less of the a of Iarion at the close of the tical year was $933 75. Or Heisler delivered an Elk it it sent Al dress from tie text Rne glory or Young men is their he urged Young men to develop their strength along All lines physical mental and spiritual. Ence of interest was introduced. 1 p to Jennings did not have monopoly on that time witnesses were placed on the Market Street burglaries. Stand to simply Tell of the work being done on the afternoon of the explosion october 8, 18%, and to a be Cribe the events of the afternoon. When the plaintiff Quot attorneys called w. L. Brown of Philadelphia to the1 stand the Large crowd of spectators in the court room stirred expectantly. Or. Brown i the Young Iron testing Engineer appointed by or Ler of the court last May to test pieces of the exploded boiler to determine w Hether the explosion was it Lue to defect in the Iron. Much time was occupied by or. Scarlet in his objections to the evidence of this witness. Or. Scarlet wished to show that the witness male i tests Only across the Grain of the Iron Una a that such work proved him incompetent Asan expert Ami May la his evidence ineffectual in proving the Point sought for. The court permitted the examination of the witness. Or. Brown testified that in a test for tensile strength the piece of Iron that he took from the boiler broke under a Strain of 27,000 pounds. Another piece subjected to a cold bending test Showell signs of fracture when Bent thirty two degrees and broke entirely at forty two degrees. He testified that these tests showed the Iron of the boiler to be of poor Quality. Or. Scarlet objected to Alio Thi Testi my my claiming that it was incompetent hut judge Little overruled the objections. No More expert testimony was introduced. Or. And mrs. Barron were both sworn an interpreter being used to take part of their evidence. It was decided yesterday that none of the other damage suits against the Reading Iron company will he tried at this term of court and All of the jurors not sitting in the Case now on trial were discharged. The evidence for the Plain Illus was All presented in the Case of Barron against the Iron company and a motion for a non suit was argued. Judge Little reserved his decision on the non suit motion until this morning. The Only evidence of importance introduced yesterday was that of w. Barnett Leyan a boiler expert of Philadelphia who examined the boiler after the explosion. He testified that he believed the Accident was due to defects in the boiler caused by its improper support. While the attorneys were arguing the motion for a non suit the jury was taken to the Mill to examine the pieces of the boiler and to see the Barron House through which part of the boiler was blown. Or Scarlet argued for a non suit contending that the expert testimony in the sequel to the burglary at or. Jennings residence Friday morning was not known until after a Daylight. Then it was discovered that the thieves had been in two other West Market Street residences and made attempts to enter two others. When William t. Pease arose Friday morning he Coull final no clothes to put on. Investigation showed that two suit of his Ami mrs. Pease a dress were in sing. The clothes were found in a Tii St floor room w Here the burglars had left them after searching the pockets. Or. Pease a Silver watch was stolen. The burglars broke off and left attached to the Vest a solid Gold Chain and Charm Worth much More than the watch. During the night or. Pease awoke and noticed that a lamp that has i been left burning on the Dresser was not to be seen. He awoke mrs. Pease and called her attention to it. She replied that she guessed the lamp had a a gone it had. The burglars Hail gone entirely around the be a taken the lamp to assist them in their search and carried it Dow n stairs with them. Entrance to the dining room was gained through the Only window on the first floor that was not bolted. When mrs. Marie b. Rhodes retired on thursday night she left a dish of baked Beans and other food in the refrigerator. Friday morning she found he dish on the Kitchen table. The food had been eaten by the burglars who gained Access to the House through a window. Nothing else was taken although the thieves had thoroughly ransacked All parts of the House. The thieves also attempted to gain an Entrance into Arthur 11. Woolley a residence West Market Street As indicated by the Marks on the Wood work of the tool with which they made an unsuccessful attempt to pry up several windows. The burglars also attempted to open several windows at the residence of or. C. Shultz no. 100 West Market Street but they dial not gain an Entrance there. Imp ii it Lii Iii a a i uhf air in. A car a Fri Kmmel a i the Hui tir �4 the t a Mitin boy it was Alai Ivd Literl that it Lead Breit Putcha de of Chr boy for fifty Conla. The Alvr had in a i Huck med an i was living us by the Bini in a a Harity that they a in cupid for a club room. Or. I. Ii Jennings one of the vestry men a of Hrit Church a we a or out a War rant for the Boya. The officer found them Early on saturday evening in the cellar of a House on Spring Street near the brewery. They were in the House an 1 when they heard the officers coming they sought to his be in the cellar. When arraigned before a Squire Bare the Lions at first admitted the theft each one trying to a a Milanie it onto the other after they told several contras Lic tory stories they denied that they stole the stove. They were Coqui ittes a until the january term of court. Bail was fixed at �300. All of the boys have bad reputations. The records show that this is the fourth time that Burke has been in jail and that fillinger has been locked up twice before. They have several time9 been charged with stealing chickens or some such kind of theft. The Keefer boy has never Indore been in jail. Last june the Burke boy was before the court on the charge of Chicken stealing. The adjourned his Case fora week. As sheriff Maiers was taking him Back to jail the youth slipped from his grasp and escaped. He was not seen for Swiec time �lt�lali�8 parents Iier a up the Case so that the charge was not to be pressed pending the boys Good behaviour. Robbed of Hia dinner. The a question of daily bread seems to be an important one with the tramps and thieves who have been making miserable the lives of Danville citizens for several weeks. In addition to the burglaries and hold ups ruins on refrigerators pantries Chicken coops etc., Are made almost every night in town or in the surrounding districts. A new method of obtaining eatables was pursued by three Fellows tuesday morning. While Harry Haverly one of the men employed in dismantling the Bessemer steel Plant was going to work about six of clock he was held up and his dinner pail was taken from him. Or. Haverly was walking along the Lackawanna track and was just about passing the Danville rolling Mill when three men Confron Teil him and demanded his dinner pail. Or. Haverly could not see the Fellows very Well in the dark except to determine that they looked like tramps. They took his dinner pail away from him and disappeared in the darkness in the same a direction from which they came from a secluded part of the Mill property. Changing the Grade. The work of raising the main track of the Lackawanna Railroad Between the round House and the state Hospital is about completed. The switches a joining this Section will also be raised and graded. The maximum change in Grade will tie two and a half feet. The Section Crew has also completed the re building of the switch running into the North Branch Mill. The Yard Crew of this Road is again working steadily. After the Coal strike was declared off All hands returned to work. Orchestra for social club. The Penn social club will have an orchestra in the near future. Many of the members Plav various musical instruments. Enough to makeup a fair orchestration. An organization of this kind will add to the social Side of the club and will afford much entertainment. Rehearsals will begin in a few Days. Demand for this specially. The welliver hardware company is meeting with great Success in the Sale of the Edgar stove pipe Radiator and Large shipments Are made daily. General agents and Selling agents Are being appointed in desirable localities and several salesmen representing the welliver company Are making a specially of this Patent. The radiators Are manufactured in Wilkes Barre but next season it is the intention of the company to make them Here provided that it can be done economically. Bids for Coal. The undersigned will receive bids until saturday november 24, at ten a. In. For thirty tons of nos. 4 and 5 and i rk44 4 by Stu Una i a Tow i14ui a met my i Viu 4\>%u that Whu a Guus to a imm tip 1 v4 Ltd i Mph Tunuto to a a it pm it 4 it a a a tue Quot a a ill a a la to uus in so a a us a v4t Tea Lvi a a Ltd us Tougard a us a a it uial Liau la re a 1 Luau Tiniou lib a a mull 1um�� at la a Ubig. Gnu heavy tin. let Law the Luff Luoi Iii. I tar urn Funti Muir la Tury in kill let Lua. A to. Mol. . Ulm Ouk it we fro i Luquin 11. A i tic fair ground. Til. Larg. Tail of to. Incl Ali Light la lion waa blow 11 Down Uia Liugia til. Too in rate tie Plant. Tit. Town a in Darkne a tonight blown 0�er River Bank. Milton in nov. 21, a rear Wing of the lined fur Harriau rat Durant w a. Blown off and Over the. River bunk during the torni Liia Afu noon. A Large plate Glata window in the Leader grocery a blown out. Church a a roofed. In Ott Grove pa., nov. 21.�?during the severe storm this afternoon the roof waa blown from the lutheran Church in this Village. Part of the ceiling of the Church was displaced and fell into the auditorium causing damage that will require some time and Cost several Hundred dollars to repair. Traduce by the Plain tills was incompetent judge Hinckley made the oppose Twenty tons of nos. 2 and 3 Coal ing argument and Jefferson Snyder directors. Of heading replied to him. I w. M. Hussel clerk. Death of Helen Rempe Helen the four years old daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Hempe died sunday after a weeks illness with diphtheria. She Wasa Bright and winsome child. Her death will be deeply mourned by All friends the family who sympathize with the parents in their affliction. Until taken with this illness the child had enjoyed excellent health and it was not supposed that her Case was dangerous until saturday. Or. Maus took hand a to his unwelcome guests. Three burglars who wanted whiskey entered the House of Charles maus at Washingtonville on saturday night. He was awakened shortly after Midnight by the men in the House. As soon As they saw that he was awake the intruders demanded that he give them some whiskey. Instead of complying with their request or. Maus who is about seventy years old seized a Bandas and started Fui a a a they a stood not on the order of going but went at once a forgetting their thirst in their haste. Or. Maus had never been any of the men before. Died at Coffeyville. On sunday evening a Telegram was received by mrs. Mary freeze of water Street to Furmidge her of the death at Coffeyville Kansas of her daughter mrs. George Francis who died from heart disease. Mrs. Francis was Lifty three years old being the oldest of nine children. Besides her Mother and Brothers and Sisters in Danville she is survived by a husband and four sons All of whom live in the West. Mrs. Francis spent last summer with her Mother in this City. His seventy first birthday. Jacob Blecher was pleasantly surprised by h number of friends at his Home near Buckhorn yesterday. It was his seventy first birthday. Those present from this City were mrs. P. H. Cotner mrs. S. Books mrs. W. G. Brown mrs. W. H. N Walker, Mapstone mrs. H. Blecher mrs. Cora Pitner mrs. B. Foulk mrs. Charles Cloud mrs. William Steinmiller. Mrs. C. A. Keese and mrs. George Edmondson. Death of Esther Krum. Esther the fourteen year old daughter of or. And mrs. Eli Krum of Grov aria died on thursday afternoon at four of clock. She was ill of diphtheria but a few Days. The funeral was held Friday morning at ten of clock from the family residence at Grovania. The Kev d. L. Fogleman officiated. Mausdale gun club shoot. The Mausdale gun club has arranged for aday�?T8 Gortat Mausdale on thanksgiving beginning at ten of clock consisting of Rifle and shot gun target shooting Blue Rock and live Bird trap shooting and contesting for Choice poultry. Thieves got no chickens. Thieves broke into the Chicken Coop of Samuel Scott who lives on the Bloom Road near the Mechanicsville school House of tuesday night. They were heard and frightened away before they secured any fowls. Death of an infant. John the five months old son of or. And mrs. John a. Fox Cherry Street died yesterday afternoon at 3 of clock. The funeral will be held from the residence tomorrow afternoon at two o clock. Interment will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery. A will have Sunbury guests. Beaver Lodge no. 132 k. Of p. Will entertain the k. Of p. Lodges from Sunbury on thanksgiving night. A special train will probably be run from Sunbury to South Danville on that evening. Death of Henry Jenkins. Henry Lenkins died on saturday evening at his Home in Washingtonville. He to
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