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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaState Library. Vol. 55�?no 45danville- pa., thursday. November 25, 1909 established in 1855 wanted local agent to advertise an 1 introduce the new educational work websters dictionary and Atlas of the world. Must be educated and Able to furnish Good references As to ability and character. The Saalfield publishing company Akron Ohio. It is said that from 15,000 to 18.000 children will be Given Christmas gifts in Pittsburg by the toy Mission. Mahlon Long aged 10, was held for court on the charge of attempting to wreck a train on the Reading Road near Reading. He is alleged to have put fish plates on the rails. Nine Hundred men and boys Are out of work at Mahau Mycity As the result of the closing Down of the new Boston Colliery of Jones Delan co., on count of the drought. Other mines May have to close. The Buffalo Rochester and Pittsburg Railroad has finished a big Reservoir on Jackson run near Punxsutawney. It has a capacity of 0,000,000 barrels and is said to he the largest artificial body of water in Central Pennsylvania. Wesley Kline Ephraim Hardy and w. J. Shop were injured Twenty five oar.-, were piled up and the track was torn up for a Quarter of a mile when the engine of the Butler merchandise train left the track on the Butler Brno of of the Baltimore and Ohio Road Al Reibold. Catherine Frellick aged 10 and her sister Jennie aged 15, were suffocated by Gas As the result of a Leaky tube running to a Gas stove in their room at Philadelphia. The Gas had been turned off at the stove and not at the Cook. The Mother of the girls found them dead. A Little sister had been sick and left the room and so escaped death. Rob Roy. A cinch Ilia male persian oat. From England Worth $525, the highest Price Ever known to be paid for a feline will be exhibited at Pittsburg in the show to he Given by the Pittsburg cat club november 30 and december 1 and 2. Upwards of 300 Oats from the Tabby to the rarest Breeds will to shown. There will to $7 ,000 Worth of Pussies on exhibition. George w. Cole and f. S. Hall Are in prison at Pittsburg on the charge of using the United states mails in an Endeavor to obtain credit in excess of 1 their property. They were in business at Erie under the names of the Greenville Supply company when the alleged crimes wore committed. They claim that at the time they wrote the letters they had property enough to justify them fully in their actions. Alfred Philips who drove a traction engine which broke through Bridge in Sugarloaf township near Bloon Isburg. Is suing the township for 110,000 for injuries which he received. J. H. Howett. The owner of the engine wants $200, asserting that damage to that amount was done to his machine. It is claimed that the Bridge ought to have Boer in Good enough repair that it would be travelled without danger. Lawrence f. Gilson an attach of the Pittsburg dog catchers Wagon was attacked by a ferocious canine anti is thought to to developing rabies. The Man was bitten no less than 300 times during his seven years experience on the Wagon but his bites did not seem the least bit frightened at the thoughts of the disease. N. B. Kelly who has been appointed census supervisor for Philadelphia by president tar says that be is of Tho opinion that the in Large cities Are going to have trouble in getting enumerators. The Job lasts but two weeks and when the time Oomes for the census to be taken All the industries will he taxed to their utmost and competent it Roplo will not he looking for temporary Job. After an idleness of Over t a Quot \ us the Bray department of the Sharon Plant of the american sheer and tin plate company has resum a operation giving employment to 100si lied men. The Mill was closed when Donnor Bros of tin american Sheet and tin plate company with infringing patents. President me Ardle of the amalgamate. Association declared the Mill on the unfair list hut nevertheless All the old employees but two returned to work. Alleging that air has been furnished instead of Gas to heat and Light it. Patrick a roman Catholic Church in sugar Creek township near Kittan Piug the officials of the Church have obtained a preliminary injunction against tin Philadelphia Gas company. The Church owns the ground from which the Gas is taken under lease by tin Gas people. The company is under arg eminent to furnish Gas free to the plaintiffs and it is alleged that the company has been operating its pumps in such a Way that frequently the Gas is sucked from the Mains. Rev. Fred d. Ess Cucin pastor it of the Ross Avenue methodist episcopal Church at Wilkinsburg fainted in ids pulpit on sunday. To Ose h. S. Room for Institute the school Hoard met in regular ses monday following Mem hers being present Burns. Pursel Redding Sidler Swarts Gibson Sechler Orth Shultz Fischer Cole. The treasurer reported $13,244.30 on hand at present. On motion of or. Burns the Secretary was instructed to notify the townships of Mahoning and Valley to the Over clue tuition before the next meeting of the Hoard. On motion of or. Swarts it was ordered that desks or chairs Lee ordered to replace the desks at present in use in mrs. Coulter s room. The matter was left in the hands of the Supply committee. The regular order of business was dispensed with for a Short Tiu us while the Hoard heard or. Jones proposition to furnish water to the schools on the same terms As it was previously furnished. On motion the matter was left in the hands of the Supply committee. H. S. Room for Institute on motion of or. Orth county superintendent Derr was granted permission to use the High school room for the county Isu Tiute next week with the understanding that the room he left in the same condition that it is at present. On motion of or. Fischer it was ordered that Kantra lies he excused from attendance at the Public schools on account of ill health on the presentation of a doctors certificate. She was Given a Emilsson to use the Hooks that she has been using in the Public schools. On motion of or. Pursel it was decided that the Reading Iron company to notified to place the list of child employees Between the Ages of 11 and 10 years in the hands of Tho school Board before its next meeting. It seemed to be the sense of the Board that in Many eases fumigation of the schools is practice to excess. The superintendent asked for instructions in regard to the cases in which fumigation is necessary. It was the opinion of the Board that the circumstances in every Case be carefully investigated to determine whether or not fumigation he necessary. On motion the request of the Parent teachers association for permission to use the High school room on the third tuesday in each month was granted. A communication was read from mrs. S. Dreifuss. President of the women a benevolent society asking that the thanksgiving offering he taken wednesday afternoon in the Public schools. It was ordered that while tiny offering should not be compulsory that the matter should be brought to the attention of the pupils of the different rooms by the teachers in charge the offering to to in either Money or provisions. The following Hills were ordered paid Chris f. Hershey. A. Ii. Groue. A. M. Peters. American Book co. F. R. Miller Blank Book c Houghton Mifflin co. Sadler Rowe go. D. Appleton amp co. The West disinfecting co teachers and janitors. In session a special meeting of Council was held monday night with a Hare quorum present As follows Schatz Cleaver Pursel lies Everhart Tontsch and Marshall. The report of Borough Surveyor Keefer relating to the Survey of the canal to Settle the question of drainage and determine the total Cost attendant upon filling up the old water Way was read before Council. On motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that the report be accepted and the d. L. Amp w. Railroad company in compliance with its request be informed As to the figures of the estimate. A communication was received from Borough solicitor Gearhart relating to a pro ios6d Grgec meet Between the Borough of Danville and the Danville and Sunbury transit co. On motion of or. Lies it was ordered that the communication be accepted and placed in the hands of the committee on streets and Bridges and the Borough solicitor As a guide or outline to be followed in drawing up a contract for paving with the trolley company. A communication was received from Borough solicitor Gearhart relating also to the acceptance of the sewage disposal plans submitted by eur Giuder Collins. Or. Gearhart recommended that Council leave the package unbroken for the present advising that eng swelling the a meeting of the mum moist association was held in the parlor of the Baldy House tuesday evening with vice president Thomas g. Vincent in the chair. The various committees reported Progress and All arrangements Are moving along very satisfactorily. Or. Sechler a gift. Or. Vincent reported that w. A. Sechler general manager of the Danville stove amp manufacturing company had presented the mummers association with a very handsome and latest improved Range which will be disposed of at the very Best advantage. In a few Days time the stove will be conspicuously displayed in the window of one of our business houses. Several bands remain to be Hoard from but All indications Point to the fact that at least half a dozen musical organizations will be in line including beside the Catawissa and Northumberland hands the Milton Sunbury and Exchange hands and the Washington drum corps of this City. A committee was appointed last night to wait upon station agent Philip Foust to see whether a special train on the p. Amp r. Railway Eon not he secured to carry the crowd on new years. Many floats. An Effort will be made to secure a larger number of floats for the new new system Ineer Collins he called to Danville to years Parade than have Ever been in attend a meeting of Council at which 1 line before. Tuesday eve it was decided Borough Engineer Keefer he present to to appoint a committee of merchants the end that the Corueil Meir May be i to act in conjunction with the regular advised As to the merits of or. Col committee on floats which consists of Liusa plans. No action was taken on Seth Loraner w. 0. Williams d. The Borough solicitors Communia Williams Harry Rupp and j. H. Tiou. Wood aide. The chairman appointed on motion of or. Cleaver it was 1 a committee of merchants j. F. Ordered that a crossing at the Alley on Tooley Fred Owen Edward Fallon Pino Street Between front and East Andrew Schatz and Thomas Murray. Market streets be reconstructed and 1tl_ _ other improvements made at the spot. Why boys fail at school on motion of or. Pursel it was ordered that the interest on the Josiah Wolf bequest amounting to $72, he paid Over to the woman a benevolent society of this City. On motion of or. Pursel it was Ord uts often wonder who or what has ruined their boys. They have been i in school every Day hut the teacher either does not teach them any lessons in morality or else the teaching is a failure. Truth is the boys Are on the a we to la Tkv. Lurk to from time sub vol a qum until. A a of Paisa in 1 a Lair it the. ,.orner is �?z1c Best place in the world for teaching 1.25 6. 75 1 85 2.40 4.50 8.00 2.64 22.50 24.63 1701.22 its turn. On motion of or. Everhart it was ordered that the water pipe Oil Glicks addition be extended so As to connect the Morrison premises with tie water system. On motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that a new floor be Laid in the basement of City Hall. Oil motion of or. Cleaver it was ordered that a pair of Handcuffs belonging to the Borough be repaired and Lent to Constable Young for use. The following Bills wer approved for payment Borough department. Labor hauling amp a regular employees James Gibson. Walker and Kepler j. H. Cole. J. Harry Bausili. Peoples Coal Yard. Charles g. Faster. I Ini Ted Tel and Tel. Co m. C. Lilley and co. Pena. Brake beam co. D. L. Amp w. R. R. Co. Danville Fdl a amp machine co. D. L. Amp w. Railroad co. George f. Keefer. Water department. Vice profligacy and crime. Nearly All the had language and Idle vicious habits of Hoys an taught on the streets at late hours in the night. Teachers May he Able to accomplish a Little in counteracting these evil influences but much of their labor is in vain until parents co operate with them to keep their boys off the Street. Death of Jacob Weller Jacob Weller a Well known Fanner of Derry township died suddenly saturday morning at his Home near Bill Meyers Park. Death was duo to a stroke which occurred at 5 of clock just As or. Weller was arising. He did not regain consciousness and died at 9 of clock. Or. Weller had been into Danville on Fri a Lay. He was aged 53 years. Or. Weller is survived by his wife his parents or. And mrs. John Weller of Exchange the following children mrs. Mary Shade of Schuyler Challes of boys arrested four badly frightened Hoys were arraigned before Justice of the peace w. V. Oglesby last evening to answer the a a a of disorderly conduct. 0,1 in warrants were served on the boys yesterday afternoon by Constable we e. Young. Accompanied by their fathers the Little Fellows appeared before Justice Oglesby at 7 of clock. Tiny Coin a Nch Case was m. G. $253.50 117.50 .172.50 60. On 27.31 10.80 13.75 1.60 1.25. 3.70 35�. 18 Exchange Cora of Mckee Heights John Elizabeth in bal Samuel and Daniel at Home. The following Brothers and Sisters also survive mrs. Edward Reeder of Exchange mrs. James t. Magill of Danville Henry of North Carolina James of Montgomery George of Philadelphia mrs. Is. 47 col he of Clarkville my. Sarah of Exchange. 8.1 3 10.80 8.46 54.00 .$153.50. 160.49 Popli Friendship fire co Wallace Hoover. 2.83 Haines Jones and Cadbury co. <1.25 j. H. Cold a. 18.25 Montour knitting Mills co. 77.87. President judge Evans will be one ii cd a a. To m g. Grandsons pall bearers Quot of the Pennsylvania jurists who will \ of Ugoni. To alleged that the boys have their terms of office extended by Liwo goil to the fun. Rel of Jani. S cd Nim Olly sr., a a provisions of the constitutional lads win Ai ill till of frighten two a in to a Llly morn Tomoti dents ratified by the voters at my tie a no driven l v ins daughter ,. _. ,., nig from St. To and in fact it get n having so badly that i. A a. And was largely it is hardly sate for her to attempt to. 1 rim go Vic to serve 11 years president judge Evans will be out. Clock tuesday a Jib s Catholic attended s were could meted by morn Lidreh the the november election. His term expiring on an even numbered year he will held Over until an Odd numbered father Mccann. The pall Bear How is were six grandsons of the decease i de Robert James and Lawrence con i Nelly and Thomas James and Edward 1 Gill. Interment was Mude in St. Jos jilt s cemetery the funeral proceeding i to the burial ground by trolley. Year when an election of a successor will take place. The last rites drive the boys it was alleged crowd in front of the Pony obstructing the Way Yelling at the animal and obliging him to Stop while others jump onto the Cut. Tin pm t is the. Pony vyv la fun a Rel a of Quot a he Quot "ll08e la the .1,.moral,/,�?�� b he a a night was to the Mauu Gublo. the circumstances grave in Odd Fellows cemetery tues or. Youngman is afraid that an acid i died at afternoon. Tits a funeral took Cut May occur. 1 or. Cora Gulick Lyon died at her place at 2 of clock from the family it being their first offence the boys a Home at Berwick tuesday morning residence .Orner of Beaver and East �1 years. She was the daughter Market streets. The services were Eon mrs. O. A. Gulick of ducted by the lev. W. M. Go Ign or. The. Funeral will he held the pall bearers were Brothers in Law Friday afternoon at 1 of clock Rutm the i of the deceased William George klines Grove methodist episcopal Church. I last evening were let off by 1 by paying the costs. Or. Youngman i of or. Ami stated at the hearing that if his Dang Rushtown ter has any further trouble with the boys he will instantly cause their arrest and will oblige them to the full pm Nalty. Mrs. Louis Bau is a Lead at North Side Pittsburg lying in the same room where Only a few a lays ago her husband died As the result of pneumonia. She is thought to have passed away on account of n broken heart. She nursed her husband and also her father who is aged 90 ail is seriously ill. Surprised a neighbor. Samuel Scott a of Cooper township who has been ill for some weeks was greatly surprised tuesday evening when a number of his neighbors gathered to Husk and haul his Corn. In the again declared peace Jose in and Charles Fausnaught Chas. Prentiss and Thomam Wray. The deceased was a member of the stove counters a Union and the members attended the funeral in a body. After fighting for eight months Over a tax Levy the Roscoe Council Lias iut a a Levy has the formal report of Borough Surveyor George f. Keefer relative to the subject of drainage and the full Cost of getting rid of the old canal was presented to the Borough Council at its special meeting last night. Independent of the action taken by Council re Latium to it the report is of interest As showing what an important and almost indispensable Factor the old canal is in the draining of town ail what an elaborate Ami expensive system will have to be devised to conduct the drainage to other outlets. The surface water on the wide area Between East Market Street and the canal naturally drains into the latter Channel and thus finds its Way into Mahoning Creek. Tim capacity of the various pipes and drains required to meet conditions shows what a Factor the canal is. At Cooke a court a 15-Inch pipe drains the water from each Side of East Market Street to it the canal. From Cooke a court the water drains for a distance of 777 feet to the Eastern Sido of Beaver Street whence it flows through a Box Culvert and 24-Iuch pipe to the canal. At the Alley East of the residence a if Jacob Dietz the water is carried from East Market Street to the canal through a 24-Inch Terra Cotta Pipit. This pipe also receives the drainage from honeymoon str get. From this Point tin water flows East Wani in ii of Hijii Gutter a distance of 316 feet to a 12-Inch Terra Cotta pipe a in an Alley at the nor Librn end of mow Rev Street discharging into the canal. This pipe also receives tin drainage a if Mowrey Street for a distance of 600 feet also the water from each Side a it feast Market Street from Wall Street a distance of 850 of a it. The drainage on Church Street 1><-tween Market Street and the canal finds its Way into the latter by an open Gutter Ami a Box Culvert. Pine Street for the same distance drains into the canal by open water Way. Ferry a try it is drained in open ditch to a i joint near the canal thence by Means of a Box Culvert into the canal. Drainage of the first Alley cast of Mill str get at the rear of the opera House is conveyed in an open water Way directly to the canal. The water on Mill Street from Market Street is conveyed in open Gutter to the Stone Culvert at the canal by Means a of a Basin Ltd either m1� a if the Street. Projected system. After investigating Hal conditions existing along Sechler run Ami with information gained by a general Survey a if the contour of the ground the Borough Surveyor Lias Laid out a general plan for the distribution and �1 in Erting of the surface water from the streets or Section of streets above mentioned. At Cook s court he recommends that the present Pip it be replaced by a 30-Inch Terra Cotta pipe to by a continued a distance of 400 fat get crossing the a a anal and discharging into Sechler s run immediately North of Railroad Street. A at Beaver Street a 24-Inch Terra Cotta pipe is re comm a nod having its outlet in a Large manhole or Basin opposite the Northern end of honeymoon Street the water from Wall Strep it to flow Westward to Mowrey Street in open Gutter Here to a liter a 20-Inch Pix a and be conveyed to who Basin above a less Riboul. From this Basin a 36-Iuch Terra Cotta pipe is to convey the water through honeymoon str a it a distance a if 1250 feet to the Susque Hanuka River. On Church str it an open Gutter is recommended to a Point near the a a anal tie acc the drainage is to Eom Luct etl through a 24-Inch Terra Cotta pipe to a a joint in Sechler a run West of Church Street. On Pine Street Drain Agte under the new system would be conducted from Market str a get to a Southern Hank of canal in open waterway to Lance through an 18-Inch Terra Cotta pipe Over private prop Rry to so a a Liler a run. On i Rry Street thu re would to an opt a Gutter to the canal thence a 24-Inch pipe to i Sechler s run. An is Inch Juipe from Alley at rear of Obiora House to Secli Lerus run is Reen num Mcd. On Mill Street the water charging into the canal a Culvert in the new system carried in two 20-Inch pipes to Sidi la a res run or Westward along in Ity Hall to Mahoning Creek. To Complete tiny above designed system air. Keefer estimates that it would Cost approximately. $10.600. His i or tilling up the canal in detail is As follows Section Between Mill Street and Mahoning Creek $600 Between Mill Street Ami ferry Street,$1,500, Between ferry Street and Church Street,$4,000 total. $6,100. A party wer Quot Melvin Shultz William been fixed. The disputes prevented the Everett Walter Kush nor Thomas organization of Council and Tho mat get Liing Jam a j thing Hurley cot i ter was drawn into the courts. A com her and Luther Tanner. Prom Iso has been effected. Now a list no Stone would he succumbed to thanksgiving in the death of James Connolly sr., which occurred at the family Homo Stead a Street yesterday morning Danville loses a respected citizen and an old time and skilful Iron worker whose labor during two score of years c intr buted to Tho development of the town aug a the wealth of this Community. James Connolly sr., was Horn in county Mead Ireland about seventy years ago. He came to America when a Young Man. He settled in Danville where he continuously resided until the Day of his death. For nearly forty years he was Kee Jer of the blast Furnace at the Montour Iron works under Waterman amp Beaver and the re had ing Ira jul company. His skill Ami experience As a Furnace Man wore exceeded Only by the Fidelity and the ii suit Vitious manner in which lie performed the duties of his calling. During his Long residence in Danville especially during his connection with the blast Furnace lie became personally known to the greater part of the towns population. He was a Man of generous impulses of a kindly nature and numbered among his Friels the towns Best people. Tho deceased notwithstanding his age was in Good health until about five weeks ago when to sustained a stroke of paralysis. In the interim much of the Timo his condition was serious. By a coincidence on Satur a Lay Twenty three years ago his wife a Liotla while Oil the same Day. Twenty seven years before his a laughter died. The deceased was hardly expected to survive during saturday hut he lingered until 3 30 of clock sunday morning when the summons came. Two sons survive Lawrence and James co Milly the latter being a member of the Borough Council from the fourth Ward also two daughters mrs. Thomas Gill who occupies the Home a Stead Ami mrs. Thomas Neville of rail Natl str cot. The deceased is survived by out brother Thomas Connolly a if Philadelphia also by sixteen grandchildren of this City today set apart As a a Lay of thanksgiving Ami Praise to god for the mercies of tin past year will by a generally observed in Danville. As has been customary in the past there will by a a general cessation of Industry. With probably an exception or two All the manufacturing plants will be Idle. Following custom the stores will close at noon or shortly before. Tin schools will to closed As will also the Hanks and tin Post office. The r. F. D. Carriers will not drive Over their routes. The town carriers will make a delivery and collection this morning. The registry department will to closed All Day. At the general delivery the usual Holiday hours will he observed. Feasting. Tiny pleasures of the table Are probably not Paramount at thanksgiving if is nevertheless True that much of the interest of the a Lay centers about the menus for the dinner. Without the traditional feast thanksgiving would probably be an insignia Maut and Fiat affair. It is this features tiny reunions in which old and Young separated for months gather around the family Hoard that Inaki a thanksgiving distinctively what it is. At the same time under modern conditions it occurs that there Are Many so situated that it is More convenient for them to take their thanksgiving dinner at some hotel or restaurant. There will therefore be plenty of business of a or these establishments which in anticipation of Liberal patronage have Propal menus Choice enough to please the most fastidious palate. Thanksgiving service. Tho devout and truly grateful will find ample Opportunity for a formal offering of thanks to god for his manifold mercies during the year at either of the excellent thanksgiving services arranged a. The Union service will to held in St. Paul a methodist episcopal Church at 7 30 o clock this evening. The Mahoning presbyterian Church will Tohl its thanksgiving service at 10 30 of clock this morning. Athletic events. Indications joint to it fair weather today and the out of door sports that Are scheduled should add much to it the interest and the pleasure of Tom Day. Tin program of athletic contests in Danville in is True is not very varied hut at Tho Sunn time there is not a Shadow a if doubt but it will Siom an abundance of sport. At 3 of clock this Aftin Moo ii the re will he a game of football Between the Danville sex High and flu it. In Ned sex High on ath tic Field. An interesting Eonta a i assuv.�. At 8 15 it in clog a i will a a a game of i a a team i oks a Al from of Danville and a Orwigg Lairg. 11lie including Hess a a r in bail a a liar not a a ling there la Het ecu i ii league a from Ltd latter i i. Form Frank Lynn following a protracted illness Frank Lynn of a or Many years a stove Mounter employed at the Plant of the Danville stove and manufacturing company do a part a this 1 Ift at 12 30 o clock on Frulan night. Although he was known to be in a critical condition his death at that Tine was not expected. His sin n demise pro veil a great Shock tothe family. The deceased was a member of tin stove my it Imti a is Union. He was a industrious Ntuli High is Pecten i Man. He was twice Sci Oil wife sur iving Wabnig with a i aught r of marriage mis Anna. Three stepchildren Ida. It no a and Charles . Also sur vivid along with tin Mother of tin deceased or a. Ger Trimle Lynn one s Star. Mrs. Anna Russell a my two Brothers Elmer and Emerson , of Syracuse n. Y. The deceased a was aged 34 years. Commissioners met the county commissioners a if this county went to Sunbury yest a re Lay to it hold a conference with the Northumberland county bound regarding a suit for damages which has been brought in Montour county by a Man whose horse broke his Ltd a on the River Bridge at this place. Referring to the incident the Sunbury daily save a tin Bridge at Danville has been More bother than it is Worth to Northumberland county. It is paved with wooden bricks and they get slip la Ery in wet weather and accidents Are always liable to happen. A rather a witless remark to make i when it is taken into consideration j that the Bridge in question Slippery bricks and All. Is one of the finest i structures of its kind in this Section i of the state. The Bridge is a positive necessity to the Largo number of North the big storms that la a. Been Pla umber Laud county people. Does the aug havoc about Chicago Ami Over tin daily wish to create the impression j great Lake Region which Wero and that the Northumberland county com Oil eastward and threatened All sorts missioners find it too troublesome to of had weather for Danville Ami other care for the welfare of their Cou Stith places in a a a mitral Pennsylvania will ends in Riverside South in Vilie Rush not he much m a \ in Lens a in the cast township and other nearby they Cli aug a their present i course. It a have been of a Al but a luring the Iff the Chicago Mississippi Val articles on poultry c. M. Branitz of the South Side whose drawing is reproduced in this is Suo of the morning Lias gained an Eti viable reputation As an a title a Ity on poultry. Or. Barnitz later achieve ment is to secure a place on the staff of tiny London illustrated poultry re Cord having accepted ail offer from the editors of that Magazine recently. This periodical is tin a knowledge cd authority on poultry of a or Europe Ami its staff of a Hora include tin most i expert Jim Lerv writers in the old world or. Barnitz has also accepted for the Thiril year the position a if editor Ami artist for the american press poultry feature and to this great news Syndicate alone will a Divor 108 columns a if original illustrated matter or. Branitz poultry writings Are new copyrighted on tvs i continents. On the Edge realized $52.06 it was Wanner in Pittsburg on monday than it was on the fourth of july of the current year. The highest temperature on the fourth was 70 degree hut monday s thermometer reached a me higher than that. The woman a benevolent society of Danville realized $52.06 As its share of tin of a a a trip to Tho Moon a three performances of which wore Given in tin opera House last we a a of a or the Benefit of that organization. The members of the society expected to i Maizc a larger sum and Are much disappointed. Our informant St nth a that the Gross re cd i jts amounted to$654.90. The exp Isis total cd tip to a Large sum. Jam a a Kane aged 70, it Lii Al at Yates Ville a suburb of Shenandoah of Shock owing to the destruction of the Lonicker Hock or by Al re his sons were employed at the Plant. Rain Snow Ami sly lowing these storms last Day they Veo Ivd a storm passing to a the Ley Ami the other going into the Southern Section of new a a Jerk state. The Snow flurries of yesterday according to the weather Bureau Are the Only signs of tin storm that will reach this Section. Warmer weather is predicted for today. Robert Forsythe of so a Atli Green Burg was killed instantly when lie was str i k by an automobile driven by Homer Overly aged is. Forsythe who was Agetle 69, was crossing the Street when he fell in front of tiny Machino which broke his neck. A family survives

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