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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. My no 17danville, pa., thursday november 24, 1m0 established in 1s.v St Ati trim u Kwh resigning. Stab police authorities a re Consul a bit a it at Quot Dover the Holt tit re me nation a of the troopers to accept bet tor paid plan it pm in the service of Corporal Ion and a where Tho it gaining tits them to not its Cial officer it if possible that to next legislature May to asked to make some better Pravi Ilyn As now an soon a a Man is trained to in induce Menta to take other Platee there in now no pm Ilion by which a Man Moat serve any length of Timo before to can resign. Two of the boat men of the Uree Ninburg Tump wore lost by resignation last week. Great North hollow in the Lowet part of Potter county if rejoicing Over the killing of Quot Emu boy undoubtedly the biggest Black boar aeon in that county and on that Haa killed More sheep and a Oak than any ton other boars. Ii was trap pc and killed by Ren nth or and Arthur pork Ina. Ami weighed almost 500 pounds. He measured almost i no foot from tip to tip. Old a a jumbo is credited with killing sheep and at least a dozen Al a ate a luring Bia stay in the Potter county Woods. Tin subject of at Reo t paving occupied considerable time before to Borough Council at its regular meeting Friday Naglit. Friday evening waa the Date set for the hearing of Nhuoc Tiona to hie proposition to pare East front Street he tween ferry and Hail Road a treats no on appealed however to offer any object Iona. On motion of or Pleim it was order. In Itiat in the judgment of Council it is to the Best interest of thin Borough that front Avreet be improved in accordance with the request of the pet Itin nera. Friday night also was the Date for considering the propriety of enacting an ordinance relating to the paving of Kaat front Street Between Perry and Railroad streets. On motion it was resolved that tin committee on Law in giving service the usual thanksgiving services will be hold in this City. Thursday. I the devout who desire to offer thanksgiving and Praise to god for the bounties Atul mercies a it of the past year 1 will have an Opportunity to do so either at tin flue Street lutheran Church whate a Union service will he held or at the Mal Muing presbyter inn Church where following custom that congregation will meet to give thanks the hour set for the services at both places is 10 h0o�?Tclock. At the Union service the thanksgiving Sermon will he preached by the Rev. J. L. Yonce pastor of the Trinity lutheran Church. The program arrangement of which is in the bands of the Rev. J ii Mussel than. Pastor of Pino Street lutheran Church will lie announced in the course of a few Days. At the Mahoning presbyterian conjunction with the Borough solicit Hunch the Sermon will he Prea tied by steel buttons save i Ike a steel trouser Button Eav 1 the lit of Bigio Armondi. Of Pittsburg Armandi got in a quarrel with another j Man in a Saloon Over a card one and he was shot at with r. Revolver fall Ting to the floor lie was supposed to be l mortally oui us d and was taken to a t. Hospital. When sir Geo prepared to operate they found that be had Only been stunned instead of wounded by the Bullet. The twist a Burton an 1 flattened Bullet were found in Bis clothing. To t in or it a directed tfx prepare the necessary or. Inane. N i report into comic i i at i its next regular meeting when line action will the taken. A net it Ion asking that a Section of it lock Street Between ferry amp a Kuroli streets 1�. Paved with Vitri led Brick was pics to need to the Honing i Council last night. To re were twelve to Gimps a curing five Hundred Atul twelve Ina i cover a however that to put it iou was in Rul arly drawn and on Nio Tiou a if or. Lies it was order to to rot rued to the sign for correction after which it will he duly acted on. Or. A i in t voiced a protest against 11� it a t ice Genii rally indulged in by do is of mocking the sidewalks with merchandise. Making in inconvenient for pedestrians and exposing tin petals to danger of infection. On motion it w i ordered that the chief of police be instructed to see that the sidewalks Are cleared of merchandise at it o clock each evening. Or. Everhart reported that the committee appointed i y Council had held a Couff Reuck with the executive committee of the Board of trustees of the the pastor the Rev. James Wollaston kit special music will la a feature. The thanksgiving offering As usual will to donated to the woman a benevolent association of Danville to Aid in relieving the poor whom to always have with us. At those churches where Tolian skiving offerings Vire no it taken up yesterday collections will be lifted on wednesday evening. To give All a Chance flt it express their gratitude to got i by a substantial thanksgiving Willering another collection will to taken up at the Union Servil Oil thursday. Rocs poisoned i. Win Niddel route life for a Quarter a part or Gas meter was the a use of tin death of Maria Curran aged 19. A Scranton. Lato thursday night Gas in the Curran Home failed Bee nobody had a Quarter to put in meter Anil the Jet in the Young woman a room remained open. A Tew hours inter return i Home a i a is lit.,1 i me Iropoli on i0 a not pull or a Nurt a .11 the meter. He. from Oil the Pis. Tin room we pie i usrns., hos nil to the by Tow Rirl was Flo Cleil Mi-1 i. R a. Ute followed. Discussed in All its relations but that Ward quite apparent that no co opera she did . George of Corry has done what tin police of that place ivc Long declared their inability to do secured the arrest and conviction of the proprietors of a i Vnker joint and their Promise to retire from Tom business. She also compelled the men to reimburse her for All the Money that her husband had lost in their place. Dies from w. Kunkle Bogor of Lancaster was run Over by a Wagon and one of his legs was broken. He was improving rapidly and was studying his school lessons in the Hospital so us not to be Tiou to get rid of rho fell uni will come from the Hospital trustees. On motion it was ordered that the state legislature be petitioned to make an appropriation of a sum of Money sufficient to divert the effluent As above proposed. To. Petition is 1�> be a formidable affair containing the signatures of practically our entire population. The police Force will circulate the petition. On motion of or. Gurry it nil 1 a red that the Alley South of Lvi to Market s Reet East of Nassan Street be cob of Stabins Binaut on Rural a Washington vile. Is a in of tin. St known training Chi on for uffing a logs in the country was vis ire last wet k by dog poisoner who succeeded in killing two of the dogs that Vire at that time under or Seidel s care. On of the dogs poisoned was cd. Kod lipid count a High Biel dog valued at �i-400, and belonging to j. R. Gle Tiden of Chapel Hill North Carolina. Tin other blog wan also a line animal. A postmortem examination was conducted on one of the clogs and in its stomach was Tould a piece of meat t a with twine and holding the Poison inside leaving no doubt As to tin Ini tent Ion of the poisoner. The owner of one of Trio poisoned blogs a deities in another part of this paper a Liberal Reward for apr i a 11 a Simi of the poisoner. Officers elected l behind in his studies when to contracted lockjaw which result d in his death. Better Wake up a Butler Man named Allen. Shook has been sent to the workhouse and fined $200 on a charge of bigamy. When arraigned or. Shook made the unusual statement that to did no to know there was anything wrong with having two wives. Has been bearing for a . J. Young. A t Spring vill it it county i As on his farm in Apple tree which bore apples in 1 three feet from the ground if Mensure it feet 11 inches in circumference. Bled so it was a tween t Orty he on m s to secure so or a real u leighow a ,. Lion of or. Better dial Page that the Alley be and Rishel or i Cuiry it was Oral ored that the new paving on East Market it to to Between Pine Street and Cook s court 1 scraped at the earliest convenience. The following mum acts were presents Cleav r Everhart lies Marsh 11, Curry Conolley Yon Bohr Heim aug a Price. The following Hills were approved for payment Borough a spa to regular i mrs. O. 1 car an scr digging in the Crawford county Farmer i a a seven acres of undue Point nne or Snow Ami he has a lot of in Iiga it re n a similar plight. Rather careless getting to alight from the train when in reach of Beach Haven her borne c. Church walked the High f off the platform Wail Ilie t running at full Epe Eil. She Ion sly injured. Try run of Sha Okiu had a leg Baiguy crushed by a fur of Coal at beat Valle some time ago. He returned to it work at the nine mine yesterday when another fall crushed him so badly that he May die. Cattle poisoned for the third time Poison has been fed to the cattle of Larry Kissling of Reading. One of the Here a is dead and two others Are not expected to recover. Saved his own life. A aroused by the gobbling of a Turkey the Farni by of Henry Uttinger found their barn in flames in upper it. Bethel township. A would you Call it an insane desire when a woman wants to make a crazy quilt to ploy to. Labor and hauling. A. G. Lallis. George w. Hendricks. Dun i lie stove amp mfg co Pauline f. Farnsworth. W. J. Rogers.,. J. Ii. Cole. 76,70 15.00 6.00 7i. To at a regular meeting Ville ministerial Mommy morning the following Offin r. Elected. President the Liev. S Wollaston Kirk Secretary Tiiu i Rev. C. U suavely trea Nurer the Rev. A. .1, Irey d i. I Tim Rev. J. H. Misse Luiu pastor of Pine Street lutheran Church read in most excellent paper 1 we adapt oni Cli Relt services so As a it. In i i a a the Lues Tiou was very thought i a by disc ssi 1, Ami it was tins use to tie Misisti is that it Hil Midi in to be recognized in he Iii i Servin although a limit Lush i served Ami the serve a a it not Pel Mitt 1 to Dege .i1 rate into Mere in owing. Chii Reli training for child Recti i i is Rutial in i he Dev Ozment of Christ i Ian character the sunday school Christian Kari Culvor. Tie although j a i a i in Poi rant Milan acts in Point �1 a pretty Home wedding he Iii h. L Dewit i shoots i Deer the first Deer brought into Danville lev the Hunters this season fell under tin unerring aim a Al Sleber l. Dewitt a of the Smith Side in the White Deer mountains thursday. The Deer is a Fine four prong Buck weighing sue 170 pounds. Mid Witt is one a it of Nur most successful in broils. Nearly every autumn lie goes Hunting and pm has a number of Deer to his credit last week in company with several other Deer Hunters he hell to ins favorite stamping grounds in the White Deer mountains. That Heber succeeded sgt soon in hugging his Deer caused no Surprise rather his friends would have Ihm a surprised if lit had not Eup tured one. One Leeis Ami that Quot a male a me with in rns a Istle a limit Sot under the present Law. Ami having leached the limit nothing remained for on Hunter hut to a return Home. He arrived at Danville saturday owning bringing the carcass of the a la or along with him a is proof a f his prowess. The arrival of a Deer i it an event of no trifling importance in Danville. The Wagon a ii keying the carcass from tiny p. N. Station to South Danville a a a its was Stopple d at m. H. Schroind a store. Let h v was there to explain to the. Sportsmen assembled just How the thing had he u done incidentally it was Learned that there is not a superabundance of Quot male a a a r with Viscid Lortis a does a plentiful enough Anil by some str Range just duct the y mme a to know that they Are \. Nip. They apparently make no Effort t a conceal themselves. Due of the Hunters reported St ring thirteen Deer All shies. Notwithstanding i. Dew Ftp a part Suc Ltd Ltd in getting live Bucks. The liter or tight to Danville was shot by a Savage Rifle. Riverside wedding a pretty Home w tiding took place yesterday at High noon in the Home of or Ami mrs. M. L. Bloom Riverside when their daughter. Miss Elsie m. Bloom and my. La a Roy Little of Williamsport. Were United in marriage by the Rev. To Hai us a aim Ron suavely. After the a a Reinout the guests is or invited to partake of a splendid old fashioned wedding dinner. In the afternoon or. And or Little took the train for or Carmel to spend a few Days with the Groom s parents after which to a a it will go to where tiny will main to i in Futnie Home. A Host f friends wish to a in a Hap v Ami prosperous Lif. Fine bag of game James Scarlet Esq. M h selir11 Ami a. Snyder returned Home to Danville tuesday night with a flue Hgt a of game As the result Ltd one a lays Hunt. They lift heir monday night or reeding y autom Hilr to Beni k As go to of George Morton the hotel m tuesday morning they a toed the by limit d write five raid it its. Tin gentlemen an Gula h. Font a of la a a i lactic until a. I Cut. In Light let ploys. It a very to wer Liling took place at tin Home of Rev. Ami mrs. Charles Garner. Upper Mulberry Street tuesday morning Ali u their a laughter miss Liila Garner was United in marriage to or. Homer k. Strader. It it of child Villi pa., by the Rev. To. W. Hayes of bin Lisburg. The ring vote Moziy was used. The wedding March was played by miss Stella Garner Ami t How Ritly a was Given away by her father. The Bride wore a gown of w Hite Liberty Satin another Lucky Hunter i trimmed with Spanish lace and was us co. Iron co depot. To 178.76 p. 21 10.21 112.00 Frank Yeager returned to Danville tuesday from to o White mountains bringing with him the hide of a Spike Buck. The a Leer weighed about a Hundred pounds Ami was the Only one shot by the party during a weeks Hunting. Or. Yeager being the Lucky Marksman. Or. Yeager hears out the statements of other Hunters that fawns and a Loes Are very plentiful. The first a Lay the party was on the ground five does were seen. But one Bear was espied during the week. Last year it will he recalled or. Yeager succeeded in getting a Good sized can make a reformer out of a politician any time by throwing him ont of of Lioe. Attended by her Sisters the misses Melissa Ami Adeline Garner. Or. D. L. Garner was Best Man. Tin Bride carried a bouquet a f White Chry sail the mums. Those who attended from out a of town we in miss Eli Dora Tillman of Scranton and miss Strader of Chin Chilli sister of the Groom. The newly wedded a Tuple left on the 12 10 train on a Weibling tour to Emporium and Buffalo. Ver to in a Ami spent t g in that Vicinity among the game la. Saute Ami twelve three above Naniot a Danville s most skillful Ami ent Liu a to Hunters Ami when they return i us empty handed it Mav put Al Iwu As a demonstrated fact that gain Quot i or that conditions Are not t Uvo Rahe for Hunting. Pupils offering the pupils of the schools yest Eulav male tin in visual offering. A total of $ 2 Oft was Raie Eil. Previously the pupils contributed Groe lie1-, flour potatoes. . As Well. A a it this year the sequent a mad Quot by the woman s benevolent As Soe ution which distributes the Art a Desia r ask ii a i 1 contributions boy limited to Money. That the pupils responded generously in All the wards is apparent a rom the generous figures shown in the total. Fully recovered. Mrs. George a. Stock who underwent an operation at St. Josephus Hospital b it Imore. For appendicitis has returned to her Home in this City fully Eure a. Following treatment in the Hospital she spent a week with relatives in Gettysburg. Will assist an important conference was in id in 11in City yesterday Between tin Borough authorities Ami represent lives of the p. A k railway com . A tin result of Wlock the bad conditions on Hail Road Street relating to drainage Promise to be speedily remedied. For years past the surface water be cumulating on the grounds a if Castle Grove Lias came Muring Down the Western slope Ami Drain d into a Large pipe wlm in i Pond noted it through under the heavy Stonewall enclosing the property into Railroad Street where the drainage has proven difficult to take care of. Flooding the thoroughfare making the walk on the West Side impassable Ami encroaching a in several properties. Tin land allotting a in the aids walk thus inundated is owned by the p is k. Railway co. The Borough before doing anything to improve drainage at that Point therefore apprised j. K. Turk superintendent of this division of the conditions on Hail Road Street. The result was that the conference that took place yesterday was arranged. At 10 of clock superintendent Turk accompanied by w. D. Kenzie division Engineer Ami John Mccarthy Supei visor. Cause Down to i Dauville in in Quot Dingy or special car. At Danville the party was joined by station agent p. 11. Foust and proceeded to Railroad Street where if met to it of the Borough a a a Dan a .11 chief Burgh. A. Lury Street a. Terai Al chairman of committee a it a tree a is Ira Everhart. Super intendant Turk Ami the Quot my to old Iesals a Lii not a a ii that i ail Way company is in part resp ii a for conditions Liat exist. To a u it i w a that Tho Boroug i Ami the railway company jointly agr eel to Lay hot a a Iron pipe each Niue joint to conduct the. Water across Railroad r. A a t and through under the sidewalk after v. A i a age will i Quot Able to i take care of itself on the Railroad company s Lam. In addition the Railroad company will construct a pavement at tin pot. In order to at the Street May Boiu go Oil condition for Winter a temporary though substantial sol walk of cinder will be Al at a Mee to give Way to something mme i i Naii ent and presentable later on. A vacation the Public schools of the Boroug i have i Literl a i Ltd a ten a lays vacation. At to last meeting of to oar to it was ordered that to schools be a Dos ii wednesday evening november 28nl. To remain a i cd Seil until my it Shiv do a a Ember a Ali. The county Institute will be in id next week win n the schools of ii Cesa Ity will have t a a a in a a a 11. In View of this it was not to lion t Worth we Kiln to hold school Friday. To a vacation will in highly appreciated by the pupils after nearly three months Liard work. A few a lays a a will fall to i the teach hers also Alt Zungli it is Unce Ruiu just what a tut. May be on them a Turing Institute. Rev. H. M. A it a Daad. The Rev. Ii. M. Ash a member of Tbs Central Pennsylvania confers no Ami for half a Century in to Active ministry Ltd the methodist episcopal Church a in Al at his Homer 1 red big d \ a i was father of the Rev. 11. K. Ash i a if Trio Woolrich and Avis Ebar it. Etc Ped from a Bod High Yinan. 1 John Sou of d. S. Luca of Elys 1 Burg was driving Over the Natalie Mountain when a masked and armed highwayman or Lei a him to throw up his Halls. Instead of doing so Young Lucas struck the fellow across the face with a Blacksnake whip putting him to flight. The two men a a banged shots with revolve is but Lith shots went wide of the Mark. The Liol it up occurred at the same Point where Adam Dit Mick of Cleveland town Shi Columbia county was held up old resident passes away Charlea Litu Herger a web by pm it in re High it of Dan Ville file a a at his lion. West Mahoning Street at 7 8u o clock Somlay evening following a tract a illness. Or Limberger is a native of new York state for fifty lie was a resident of Danville. When a Young Man lie Learned the Saddy r Trade. He followed this business until about ten years ago. When lie retired. He was a in no i citizen a generous kind Heartel Man. Who Este med it a pleasure to do another a favor. He has i Tho Confidence of Ida fellow men Ami was successively elected a member of Tho Dauville school Board. He was a member of St. Paul s methodist Kris Copal Church Ami to a of a deep interest in every movement that bail for its object the moral Ami religions uplift of the Community. Or. a was in declining health for four years suffering with a complication of �lisiase.-, which at times made lift a Hunlen. His Long suffering however was marked with fortitude patience and Christian resignation. He was be fast about a week prior to in i it in Atli. Last May his daughter. Anna Lini Hurger a missionary died while a Home on a visit. Ii a death prove quite a blow to the. Deceased Aud it is thought helped to hasten his death. La no or. Limberger survived until next january would have been 76 y ars of age. He is survive a i by Tom it sons William e., of Danville John a. Of Sun Burn. A my Joseph of West Chester. Badly injured Tho four year old Sou of s. Gln in. Of 1.����. In Linn with a a y serious injury 1 Teveni a which places to a a sight of a gone of his eyes in j opary by. I. Go can was cleaning ont to c stables. 11� was in tin act of throwing a for Ful of manure out of the a Loor when his Little son unexpectedly came running into the barn Ami was truck by the prong of the Folk which pen Errati �1 Tho flesh along Side the nose Aud came in Contact with the Eye. A or. Sheen Liitt he a up ids 1 orse and at Otico brought his boy to Danville we re to was Given surgical treatment by or. W. K. Paules. The condition of the Eye Showell that it was injury a hut Tho physician hit evening con Al not dete Niino to a i Erta Ivity a Litber Eye Ball was punctured or not. Ii was rather in Ditizil to believe that twas not Punc-tn->"1. But Only bruised in which event Tho sight of Tho Evo May be spared. Robbins Conway. Miss Margaret Olive a it a Valt a Riverside Ami ii it Var i w. Robbins of Mexico pa., were United in Matin Mouy yesterday. The nuptial knot was tit Ltd by the Rev. J. A. Miller of Nan to at the Homo of the Bride s Ente at High noon. Cat.twis9a Dies. Paralysis caused the death Early Somlay of Adam True Eumiller a it of Catawissa one of Columbia county a lust known re shunts. He was a prominent Elk null a member of Tho g. A. 11. Spelling contest in the schools Borough uni wring intent Lyle Fen la no her has in the Schoola a system of so lying Rinteela which stimulate a interest Ami proves a wonderful inc motive to study the general averages attained in orthography As a Rule Are Mph Lii Glier now than they were he fire the contests lie it an the contest the spelling contests embrace All the graph a Between the fourth and eighth inclusive. Tim contests Aro car ried out As follows in tin fourth Gradi. For instance or Dieffe Thacher passing from Ward to a Ward examined each Sci tool of the above Grade pronouncing a certain number of words gleaned from the text Book um<1, Between the first Page Ami the part of the Book in which Tho a a lass was at that time studying. In each school of tin 4th Grade ten pupils reaching the highest average in the contest were selected and these forty pupils later were brought to Gether in the fourth Grade room of the first Ward where the real Content that Between Tom wards took place. Forty words were pronounced by the Boroug i sup i infect silent who then pm in he to Al to a paper.-. The papers of each g i up a get ten Pupil Wrecx Aiumu de an i marked by cuu cd the other to in be i a. Tenth grail Aud these were i i a n i a turned to the teacher of the or up to which they belonged for her approval. The winners to a average of the ten pupils a of the tar it Ward a Ouirl to a he per a int a the dec Ltd Iid War a i percent. Of to a a Ali in Ward to a a r cent. Of tiie Waul i cent. Tin fourth Ward school taught by miss kor a it. Therefore was declared the Winner. 4 la the fifth and sixth grades the same contest was carried out. A. A a school won out with us average of 97 per cent. In the sixth Grade Tho schools of miss Gallagher miss Bennetts and miss James each had an average of 98 per cent. Among the grammar schools in the a Venth Grade miss blooms pupils won a it with an average of 94. 1 per cent la Tho eighth Grade miss Birds school won the average being 99 per cent. Or. Dieffenbache has conceived the id a of providing a Pennant to i iou tested for by the schools in a Felling. At an Early Day he will bring the i matter before the school Board by which it will no doubt be approved. Quite an Init it re in ment in spelling is already a it or. Dietzen Buchli states a Large number of pupils attaining averages that arc far in excess i f what tin it so n. A capable of before. Per cup o Muu Minlu. A i on Hunting trip. Grant Fenstermacher Eugene Stead and Orville Krickbaum last evening left for a several Days limit in the Vicinity of Benton. When two Blind people get into an argument both May be Able to see the Point. Or. Pennepacker improving. Rev. L r. G. 1. Pennepacker formerly pastor of St. Paul a methodist episcopal Church who is ill at Markles Burg Huntingdon it county Ami whose death was apprehended 1ms improved somewhat Ami Hope for his recovery is now entertained. His illness is pneumonia. Tho kind of people who deserve to be undone Are those who Are All wrapped up in themselves. And robbed several weeks ago. Won valuable prize. Miss Lita Engle Mill Street entered a prize contest conducted by a new York newspaper Aud was fortunate a a ii Ough to win a prize valued at it. No performance last night. On a court of Trio Small audience Quot the girl of the mountains a scheduled for last night at Tho opera House did not give a performance. Funeral today. The funeral of Charles Limberger whose death occurred monday will be held from tin late residence West Mahoning Street at 2 of clock this afternoon. Interment will he made in Odd Fellows cemetery. Married in turbot file. Or. Delroy Mcallen and miss Eiva Stepp both a of turn it vile Weri United 1 1 marriage at Tho Baptist Church parsonage in Sun mrs tuesday morning Rev. 14. I. Thompson the pastor j re or Mug the ceremony. Veneta women. Tho whims of fashion hold no terrors for them. The women of venue arc absolutely free from the Rule which do me fashion Cher rises Over their Sisters elsewhere. They .ro nothing for modes. With them the 1 iut i of tin skirt remains always he same neither Short nor Long and they always Wear plainly made dark dresses Black stockings and tie Heel less slippers of the Oast. Flats Are unknown. The Universal outdoor wrap for All Ages and nil sizes is the Black shawl with a deep Silken fringe. It is folded with a Short Point above and a Long one below and sometimes it envelopes the figure from Bead to foot. It is never fastened it the Throat and when it slips off it is gathered up with one outstretched Arm which makes the Spectator think of a big Bird stretching its Wing. In their attire the women of Venice Ore Independent Only wearing tical clothing but with feminine inconsistency they Are thoroughly up to Date in Tho matter of hairdressing the style of their coiffure changing from time to time according to the Vogue of the moment in London and Paris. Way it goes. Quot could you give a starving woman work a a yes i need a girl to a too bad this girls a parlor maid a a miss Gertrude Mapstone who has been undergoing treat Cut for the past three month. At Wilkes Barre 11ms returned to her Home on Bloom Street very much improve <1. Robert Brooks a get St. spell ing a few Days with i. N ther mrs. A. L. Brooks of the Softli Side. Mrs. Russell in Nunry spent it ten Lay with Irion in this a it. I miss Emeline Lyon will spend today with her Cousin miss Maud Freese i Kerwit k. M. S. Munson of Lton in it Harg has re Tukik d after a visit with or. And mrs. William Balur Fouth Danville. Mis. George Casner of Beaver 1 Meadow or rive �1 yester Lay for a visit with or. Ami mrs. Emery Shultz Cedar Street. I Elcanor Oor Mau East Market i yester Lay for a visit of several Days with relatives in Philadelphia. Mrs. Wellingt. A Campbell of klines Grove was a Danville visitor Yoster Day. Mrs. Thoams 11. Evans bus if turned i after a pleasant visit with Fri Euils and 1 relatives in Johnstown Clymer and St. Benedict. Miss Mamo Hoffman attended the masonic dance at Sun Burn last evening mas.- the Danville base Ball team Aud at pro seut a student at Conway Hall at Carlisle is spending a few Days with friends in Danville. Or. And mrs. Fred c. Kirkem Lall Puiul children of Wilkes Barre Are spending thanksgiving at the Home of mrs. Kirkendall smother mrs. George b. Gearhart
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