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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 17, 1901, Danville, PennsylvaniaA for lie hone i he circulation this paper is increasing rapidly. It Wil pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year do. Irving h. Jennings dentist. Office hours �?�a3 i by Feu is a a a. Pm Erica 9 a. M. To 12 m. 1 p. M to 4 p. In. 10 4 my St it Vii Vilf. Pit. Shultz m. U. 425 Mill St., Danville a. Diseases the stomach and intestines a specially a this country will never be entirely free until it supplies All its own demands with its own vol. 4b--no a. Daw1lle, 1a., Titi lasday. Of Tukli 17. Idol established in i dry. P. Angle dentist office 218 Mill Street. Teeth extracted without pain. Crown and Bridge work a specially. Equipped with the latest and most improved instruments and prepared to execute the most difficult work. Or. H. Reynolds office opposite Boston store Danville a. Dentistry in All its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892 painters have had a brisk season. Chicken thieves arc again at work in this Recti . The Church revival season will soon a pen. The forests Are arrayed in Beautiful Siors. The Bon tons at the opera House pry night this week. Reports from the country Public Bools Are very encouraging. The tools this year have Good teachers. The same pen wielders who every ring try to prove that there will be it peach crop Are now telling stories Trees that yield twelve bushels aches and Are a foot in diameter. It is wicked to a but lots people do it All the same. Ai ties after autumn leaves Are now order the Day. Ailing leaves litter the gutters he growing wheat already presents a a appearance. A a Scober is generally one the most it Ifni months the year. Here should be a general cleaning up premises before Winter sets in As a a anti i against contagious diseases he Bon ton ideals Are pleasing Thea goers this week. Side ring the fact that the list latties the foot Ball Field Are insing daily the Gridiron season May considered As Well under Way. A number people who Are taken rame and have the top their Heads n off promises to lie quite As Large using any previous Hunting seamy the Farmers in the surround valleys Are putting up trespass yes notifying Hunters not to tramp their land in search game. A the enactment the new trespass Gay the last legislature the Farmers Ell protected and it would be Well so Resmen to remember this. Members mgt role Lodge. No. O. O. Of. With their Fame ies Are a sted to be present at the Lodge saturday evening oct. 19 a to Matibe 27th anniversary e ladies Aid society St. Peters Church Riverside will hold a in supper m the basement the a a thursday evening october tickets 25 cents. A game Laws seem rather still and Essie hut if they protect the game it becomes plenty again the object e framers will have been Accomp-1. Every Good citizen the state that end Imrie. Should obey the and thus do his Best towards the ration the game. To fees Are scarce in Danville at pres a persons looking for dwellings Illy four and five rooms have latest difficulty in being a courted. A late fall Flowers known mums will be As much the in a \ hey Ever were. Trainmen wearing their he Navy r suits have suffered from the warmer weather. A who have outdoor work Are Ritis fied with this mild weather. Presidents thanksgiving Procla u will soon be due. Is Are in ing made for the annual rss Institute it will held week Veinberg 18th. It Ber has Lieen furnishing is with Ine weather. In celery growers Are getting Fine 8. / keys Are beginning to Roost High y few a a hoboes reach Danville . O. M. Or. Four the trustees Tenner their resignation. The trustees at the Hospital for Llie insane held a regular quarterly meeting thursday. The following were present James Scarlet esq., ii. M. Schoch Vav. L. Gouger Hon. W. K. Holloway b. Ii. Detweiler Howard Lyon let a. F. Harvey f. W. Crider and h n 11. Kulp. Among other business transacted h. B. Meredith was re elected superintendent the Hospital for the insane. The term covers a period ten years. James Scarlet. Esq., . It. F. Harvey Hon. W. K. Holloway and . 13. Ii. Detweiler who opposed t in re election . Meredith thursday tendered their resignation As trustee to take effect immediately. In presenting their resignations to it it governor Stone the four trustees explain hut they Are not in sympathy with the Chute superintending physician feeling that the care and treatment the in me and the management the in tit nation Are not what medical skill and modern treatment demand. Tire re election . Meredith meets with general approval. Tilt five trustees who so staunchly supported i nomination Are fully informed As to ins integrity and qualifications and believe that in his treatment the insane and manage ment the institution lie is conforming to scientific and advanced methods. His practical training under his eminent predecessor gives him an advantage Ami a Strong Union formed by several local companies. By the incorporation the Cumberland Valley Telephone company subsidiary to tin United Telephone and Telegraph company and the Union the Schuylkill Valley Telephone company a Complete network wires is acquired which owing to the options held contiguous local companies in new York and other states threatens to become a formidable Combine against the Bell Telephone company and sooner later to bring a War in prices. The United Telephone and Telegraph company by which the Montour and Columbia Telephone company was absorbed control More than thirty local companies in the state. In less than six months the three combined companies its officers say will establish Lon distance service Between Philadelphia and Chicago and All important Points in new York Ami Pennsylvania. There is already a reduction in rates. The United company placed its party line unlimited Calls for business hours at $88 and resilience $24 in the larger cities. In the smaller cities the rates were �24 and $10 per year. Private lines were rented for go to business houses and $48 to residences. The United Telephone and Telegraph 1 company and its Allied organizations now represents a capital More than $1u oho 0u0. It was organized in january 1901, and the Twenty one local companies m the states were combined Une Nables him to fib the High and response Der that name. The officers Are Rich hie position with ability and in a Man Ard g. Park pre Idem a. I. Barnard Brief mention the doings friends and acquaintances. Your vice president and k. A. Scott Secretary. The Board directors Are k. G. Park. West Chester k. M. Leader Sha Coates Ner which thoroughly meets the approval his skillful and Tranie j co workers in the institution. The Hospital is open to Public scrutiny and the High St id a Mokin w. A. I. Thompson Ard attained and the excellent conduct Lille George w. Taft. Kennett Square affairs both As to treatment an i Man u. G. Hoi son Norristown if. Ii. Light age meet Are comment 1 Tipu and Lebanon. P. F. Meyers. Harrisburg j. De throughout the state. T. Baker Lewisburg a. W. Ryon Sha Mokin Edward Davis Philadelphia be the winning Side in it in a Orvis in ii. F it it Ltd kiwis i it in Coatesville. M. Clement Sun . Barnard Philadelphia s. P. Light ticket. Lebanon g. R. Van aim Northumberland j. Frank Black Chester Ward r. The winning vote the Republican county missionary Deming. The annual Union Praise service tin woman a Home and foreign missionary societies the Mahoning presbyterian Church yesterday possessed an additional interest owing to the presence a lot curios from China and Japan the property . Frank n. Kartne who recently returned from the philippine islands. Among articles a special interest was a Boxer uniform taken Fri pm the dead body one it it i Theu primers who had fallen in an attack upon the foreign troops also the Flag under which general Weyler sailed when governor general the islands. The Lutte pair i out flni.he.1 not for the Isle. Car some eight by in feet Huet 2s.meh pm Roll to be raw silk. General we Lei upon return not a 1 Lrol pm it a in it go a Quot a it a Ltd very near tug to Spain it is present the a 1 were Flag to the commander the Manila Quot let let pm a a a a it Al is ago. Anticipating the vessel which Arrie i him Home. This to hts e i by am l1 he mv0 Law Nace a the largest by the Way in this Section were lighted Friday. Meanwhile the shovels Are being made from purchased plate. Bliss Chester f. Angle Danville e. M. Yamal Philadelphia r. A. Walker Oxford. For associate judge . S. Thompson is just the Man. He will be elected by the votes the people. Plant fully equipped. The shovel factory after considerable delay owing to the slow arrival machinery i now fully in operation turning gunboat after its capture by the amur a icons was Given into the custody the a petrel and it was while doing guard duty the captured vessel that . Kramer found the hic Fly prize Flag. Ali Houglin the whom there was quite a scramble for relics at Are new Milovel Shiv a ock1 the time and the officers generally had a Quot Al Apu tude and develop skill rapid shovels there Are the first Choice. They were searching very diligently for this particular hag when it fell into the hands our Young townsman who in order to retain hold it realized that it would he necessary to keep it effectually concealed. To this end he wrapped the Flag around his Bov under his clothing and thus managed to keep the fact his discovery in the dark until he had an Opportunity y to quietly ship the relic Home to the states. Among the officers interested none to this Day know what became Wei Era shag. The meeting yesterday afternoon was quite Well Aliende i. Several interesting letters were read from missionaries at work in foreign lands. At the close the meeting refreshments were served. By enough the manufacture Well known resident passes away. George f. Zug he a we 1-known resident the fourth Ward died at his Home. 218 Green Street a it it Midnight sunday after h Short illness Pleura the deceased for a nuts rage her it is Emp oyed us shipping clerk at thestrup 1 in tubing works Howe a Polk. He was highly esteemed a As an employee capable and faithful As a citizen prudent Ami Law abiding. I. J. P. Bolla. Or. J. P. Holla Washington Viilup has nearly recovered from the effects his Long siege Illno-.-. Yesterday he drove in to this City to transact some a 11 Ries Ami was warmly greeted by his old Friend who were delighted to see him out again. Or. Holla was accompanied by his wife i the two were very pleasantly it 1 iacued at dinner by . Ami mrs. F. A. Curry West Mahoning Street. Necessarily goes slowly now 8000 dozen shovels in the works in a Semi manufactured state which can not be finished any faster than the workmen in each the different departments become trained to their Especial line work. It Mav not be until next month that a he hands will be sufficiently expert to enable All departments to run simultaneously and at full capacity. Until then the number employees will be below the maximum number. At present there Are about a Hundred men at work. The shovels being turned out have been submitted to experts in the Trade and pronounced perfectly satisfactory. So that although no attempt will be made to throw the product the Market for two months More there is no doubt hut that it will he Well taken care when an attempt is made to sell. Misses Mary sharpies Anil Sarah Vas Tine Oil Cataw Issa called Trie nits in this City yesterday. Miss Elizabeth Drumm to Arius Creek s a yesterday with friends in this City. The Rev. Or. A. A. Mcatee left yesterday for Pitts Surg. Mrs. S. Fry visited Sunbury friends yesterday. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Mccloud , returned Home yesterday after a visit at the residence Daniel Mccloud Spruce Street. William William Rockwood Somerset county arrived in Danville last evening a a visit with friends in Liis City. Rev. i it. Lerch left yesterday for Philadelphia where he is a Delegate to the convention the Eastern Synod the reformed Church. Mrs. J. G. Oakes Steuben n. Y., returned Home yesterday after a visit at the residence Thomas Clark front Street. Mrs. Christian sinus spent yesterday with friends in Catawissa. Miss Anna Davis Mill Street visited friends in Bloomsburg yesterday. Mrs. Mary Hofer and son William Nicholas Avenue left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Pottsville mrs. Liura Waters Philadelphia is visiting her father. Samuel Bailey East Mahoning Street. Mrs. John Clapp a it Binghamton n. Y., is the guest mrs. Arthur in. Woolley West Market Street. Miss Lucy Shepperson left saturday for a visit with friends in Philadelphia. Prof u. L. Gordy spent Sedav with friends in Shamokin. Mrs. Peter Keefer spent sunday with friends in Shamokin. Harry Jones returned to Lewistown saturday after a visit with his parents . And mrs. Henry Jones West Mahoning Street. Mrs. W. Ii Ammerman spent sunday with relatives in Milton. Mrs. Ii. G. Salmon and children Hiatt Ellis and Margaret were entertained saturday at the state Normal so Looi Bloomsburg. Or. And mrs. Ernest c. Rogers Sunbury spent sunday with relative in this City. Thomas Lawrence new York is spending a week with i parents at mans Dale. G. W. Delanty new York returned Home tuesday after a visit with his sister mrs. Andrew roat water Street. Miss Mary Mills a trained nurse re turned to new York tuesday after a visit with her patents . And mrs. Samuel Mills East Market Street. Jacob Lush left yesterday for Altoona after a visit with his sister mrs. John Young Bloom Street. Mrs. Elias Gotshall Shamokin arrived in this City last evening f r a visit with mrs. Daniel Marshall East Market Street. Harry Billmeyer and William Delong washing Orville spent yesterday in this City. Or. And mrs. F. W. Ditzler Al Bany n. Y., returned Home yesterday after a visit with the former a brother w. S. Ditzler m 11 Street. Mrs. Alfred Mchenry and William Beck lev Bloomsburg Are guests . And mrs. Edward Vintz Market Street. Frank n. Kramer s return Home saturday night. Frank n. Kramer returned to his Home in this City. Satiny night alter an absence ten year. He is the eldest son our townsman. Wiil let. Kramer and As Captain a gun Crew the gun boat petrel played an important part in the famous fight in Manila Bay May i 1898. Marine Kramer a letters so faithfully describing the great Battle in All its details written to his parents and i printed in the american at the time a a Well remembered by our readers. Or. Kramer was 22 years age when he left Danville. In the ten years which marked his absence a been crowded the experience an Ordinary life time. His face is consider a y Bronze 1 As is natural with Tho a Nodwell in Asiatic climes. Otherwise lie has changed hut Little. He is not enjoying dip Best health at present a fact which he attributes to the change a a it c 1. Tint he is glad to be at again and after tardiness in school a much less evil than last year. Archives dealing with affairs As tar Back As 1743. So Many years to reunite with the loved ones the family Circle goes without saying. Or. Kramer in i it a n he Marne service five years ago. Previous to in listing he had quiz an extended experience sea running for three years the Pacific mail Between san Francisco and Panama. Upon entering the Marine service . Kramer was assigned t a the gunboat petrel where he was Given he duties chief clerk and later made Captain a gun Crew. The petrel i a Veti a Brave and conspicuous Par a the Battle Manila occupying a position i a the Middle tie line precede 1 by the flagship Olympia the Crugers Baltimore and Raleigh and followed t y t Boston and Concord. The petrel sailed from m snip a for san Francisco june 12, Hying a great h me Ward bound Pennant 2ys fret in length which was made by the petrol a sailors. A week was spent n Yokohama a the vessel arrived at Honolulu. Jul y 2-vh, reaching san Fram i Aaugust ill. During last month the petrel proceeded to Mare Island m l Wen commission. When the vessel arrived at s in fran i to . Kramer. Only Board belonging to the original Crew who took part in the great naval Buttle. He shared this Honor with a Jerry a a big cat which was present during tie destruction the it Panish Fleet and has since been the highly prize Mascot the petrel. Or. Kramer will remain about Danville for mome Day -. What ins plans Are for the future tie has not stated beyond the fact that he has no intention re enlisting in the n Ivy. T. B. Holloway son Hon noway who has been it Eliou by in Home in Philadelphia for a few ast was reported As somewhat yesterday. 1 Irish exile at the opera House it. Proclamation issued from the Dent Public instruction Friday r 25. been designated As an Arbor Day. And teachers and pupils Public schools Are requested to 3 the Day by the planting Trees her suitable exercises. Salvation army. An int. Resting time is expected to be had by a number Temperance worker it this evening at the salvation army Hall. Special singing speaking will he the program prof. L m. Keno giving the address Ltd the evening. You Are invited. D. L. Amp w. Officials. E. M. Rine Scranton Quot ii Pei intend ent the d l. Amp Vav. Railroad l. B. Foley new York superintendent Telegraph and w. M. Mcconnell a Philadelphia travelling passenger agent made an official visit to i his City yester Day. At Home 011 a furlough. Trooper Walter Payne the fir squad troop a 11th u. S. Cavalry Jefferson Barracks Missouri is visiting his parents . And . George Payne lower Mulberry Street. Or. Pay enlisted at the Williams Poi t recruiting Tai Iota March 20th this year lie was sent to fort Maier \ Viginia immediately and assigned to the 1 he which is one the live new regiments ordered by the last Congress lie was there but a few weeks when they were ordered to a tint Barracks at Washington. D. from there the regiment moved to fort Ethan Allen Vermont an 1 theuer to Jefferson Barracks Missouri. Or. Payne is the 10th enlisted Man in his regiment and stands in line for Early promotion lie say that army life is most pleasant and interesting to him and that physically he has been much Benefit Tel. The 11 the cavalry will leave Barracks for tie Philippines Early in the Winter a fifteen a Lav furlough. 11c is Home maus Fenstermacher. Miss Grace v. Fenstermacher this City and Claude l m is Milton were married yesterday morning. The ceremony was per formed at the resilience Ltd mrs m by a. James Mill Street by Rev. Ltd. D. Lerch. The bridle is the daughter and mrs. Levi Fenster Macher Mausdale. The Groom is a Well known Vitug Man a it Milton. Miss Elizabeth Derriek and a mrs. Mina Gay returned Home last evening from a visit with friends in Philadelphia. Mrs. J. W. Robison Milton arrived in this City l is evening for a visit at the Home j. W. Berninger ferry Street. Mrs. Morris Ellenbogen. Of Wilkes Barre was the guest mrs. Rebecca Ellenbogen lower Mulberry Street yesterday. Jacob Duluth,minn., spent i yesterday with mrs. Samuel Goldsmith lower Mulberry Street. Mrs. Anthony Frantz and daughter. Miss Mary Wilkes Barre attended the funeral the late George Liefje in this City yesterday. Mrs. D. W. Weikel a it Philadelphia arrived in this City yesterday for a visit with her sister mrs. Blecher Cherry Street. Fhe Rev. J. D. Cook left Vesle Day for Renovo after a visit at the Home a John Sechler ferry Street. John Schatz Hazleton visited his brother Andrew Sheatz Cherry Street Yeste Nlay. Or and mrs. I. R. Williams left yes ten Lay flt a a visit with friends in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. E. I Kepner who have been the guests mrs. Kepner spar ent. Or. And mrs. A. Long West Mal Muing Street left for their Home in Memphis Tennessee yesterday. David she Harl left yesterday for Pittsburg where he will attend tin general 1 Synod a the presbyterian Church. Sunday school convention. The third sunday school convention the fourth District Trie Danville conference the Ministeri Uin Pennsylvania met in the Trinity lutheran Church this City yesterday afternoon. The opening a Ertme was conducted by Rev. R. In. Leniz. A election was Ziehl officers for the fourth District which resulted As Billows president Rev. L. D Ulrich Secretary i Bessie Klase treasurer David Beeber. Rev. 1. L. Kugleman who was the program for discussion a what is tie sunday school ? being absent the subject was taken up by Rev. J. R. Lykens a discussion a what is the aim a if the sunday school a which followed was opened by Rev. A. P. Lentz. A Solo was very effectively rendered by miss Bessie Klase. The evening session began at 7 80, opening service being conducted by Rev 11. E. Wahrman. Subjects were discussed As follows a who should cons time our sunday schools a by Rev. Reber. A the relation a it the Church Council to the sunday school a by Rev. J. N. Wutzler pm. 1 i. D. A should our people attend other sunday schools beside their own a by 11. E. Wahrman. Several enjoyable musical numbers were rendered As follows an Anthem by the choir. Solo a dream Paradise a by miss Unger. Violin Solo a a Schumann a Herbert Wylce. Quartzite j. W. Swartz Adam Wagner William Maier and Grant Sowers. The school Board held a regular meeting monday eve with the following members in their places Fischer Burger Orth Barber Werkheiser Keefer fest Erni Acher and Byerly. The session was a Short one the principal business being the payment Bills. Treasurer Vehram presented his report which showed a net balance hand $6759.44. Daniel k. Pensyl janitor appeared before the Board to report the need a grate bars fur the Smead Ami Wells fur a the second Ward school building. Lie told the disadvantages he has to contend with owing to the diff a v getting the broken worn out is the Furnace replaced. A set r i p bars arrived monday after a 1 my delay. These were found to he Loo ,.it Alt. Orth explained that the firm whom the furnaces were bought seems no Iuie to furnish repairs As needed. On a t a therefore it was ordered that a pattern he made from one the grate bars in use at the second Ward school and that the Furnace castings hereafter he made at one our local foundries. On motion it was ordered that a janitor be employed for the Welsh Hill school. Superintendent Gordy presented his i a Ltd a f the me nth ending september 2�?o. I he total number pupils in attendant is 1181. Jut one Pupil More than during sep Ember last year. The average attendance during the month was 1087 per cent attendance 92. 1 he Arnht r cases ?,�3 Given a 828 during the same month la get year the cases tardiness ran up to 523. The belter showing under the latter head is attributed to the vigilant work the truant officer. Hie Hundred and Nineteen pupils were reported 1? sick during fhe month. Number visitors 51. He following Bill were approved for payment George w. Reif Nyder. W. I. Young. James Dailey. George w. Roat. John Bruder. She a a Bauch. Is in to y a e Uto i. American Book go. R. L. Meyers a co. Reading Iron co. John Keim. Casper Diseroad. Standard Gas co. S. M. To Utu Bower. Emery Shultz. George h. Smith. Mrs Kennedy. Stamps telegrams. Arc. In r. Moore. Water rent. J. Dusters sons. $83.99 7.50 5.50 2.40 1.92 24.48 15 00 7 20 .08 .50 5.14 .80 377.12 4.3u 5.50 1.00 4 29 0.73 54.50 3.00 Charles w. Cook will make a Good county treasurer. Or. Newton France Mauc chunk returned Home yesterday after a visit at the residence m1. And l. A. Little. Church Street. W. Dosh Holloway is among the Danville visitors to a Philadelphia. Station agent Rhilip Foust left last evening for a trip f Philadelphia boilers that will net explode. Howe a Polk Are installing a new two Hundred Ami seventy five horse Power Babcock a Wilcox water tube safety boiler at the structural tubing works. The task cutting up such a boiler is by no Means an easy one and the method employed in raising the heavy mass is quite interesting. The Babcock a a Wilcox water tube boiler is comm into general use. The one in a ult Tsiou is the fourth the kind installed at Howe a folks. It is constructed a principle entirely different from the old the water circulating through tin tubes. As the name implies these boilers Are perfectly Safe Asau explosion further than it might affect one the tubes is impossible where used the workmen Are relieved from the dread danger. Married. Mir . Danville thursday it Mober 10, 1901, by Rev. M l. Shine Lel. Or. William Mitchell and miss rho la Derr both a Danville. A Juite a Large company guests were present to Ltd witness this Happy marriage. K. Patent shut off nozzle. Otto j. Welp a member the Philadelphia fire department who was in this City monday working in the interest tie a a a cd nozzle gave a pub ii exhibition Market it quare monday evening to illustrate the working the new fire fighting appliance. Among the Points Merit claimed for the a a a cd nozzle is that by preventing a rotary motion it is made to throw a straight Stream ten to fifty feet further than any other nozzle. It throws a Small Stream for incipient tires which Cau be instantly converted into a full sized Stream. Its most valuable feature probably is the attachment for throwing Spray ahead directly backward at an Angle 80 a degrees. The use Spray has come to be an important fact �11 fighting tire late As when properly thrown around the fireman it excludes the smoke and heat and enables him to make his Way through the burning building to the very seat the fire. The a a a cd nozzle throws a straight Stream and a Spray any size at any Angle at the same time it throws a Stream Only. The nozzle is provided with valves by which the water can be shut off instantaneously closed slowly gradually reducing the size the Stream. Sume eight ten volumes a Pennsylvania archives commencing with 1743 and printed from the original a Loc Zuments have been unearthed at the court Blouse Here which at the present a May make the most interesting kind Reading. The very enrlie3t the archives comprise for the most part correspondence Between the governors Hamilton 1753 and a Morris 1754 Thomas and Richard Penn the different military leaders and others prominent in the administration affairs at Early Day. The matters dwelt upon relate solely to the first widely scattered settlements Indian attacks and the like. Many them Are pathetic appeals from the colonists to the governor for Protection describing the wholesale murders perpetrated by the Savages in a Way to make ones blood run cold. The documents me reproduced As written couched in the a quaint phraseology the time even the Odd and arbitrary orthography and capitalization Are preserved. Indeed the archives comprise a thrilling and exhaustive history the time told in the r own Way by those who figured in the events. It covers a time when this portion the state was an in broken wilderness. The foundations fort Shamokin Augusta at Sunbury had not yet been Laid. The Only allusion made to anything at All a a local is the frequent mention Shickel Imja and Adam Montour both whom were indians Friendly to the Whites. The first allusion to fort Augusta occurs in a letter from governor Morris to governor Sharpe in 175which says a i also propose to build a fort at Shamokin at the Forks sus Quazana As soon As the season wiil admit a passage up the River for the mountains North the Kite Ting Are quite impassable for the following postscript a letter written by George Croghan to r. Peters in 1754 illustrates the style which characterizes the record. A splese to Lett i Honor know that Lewes Montour has behaved himself very Well sence he came up from Philadelphia and i must acknowledge to his honour that i think now i was Roug in what i inns honed him to his honour. Or. Patten to my opinion is very much bigoted himself he and Andrew Montour dose nut agree Well. If there can to be a Stop putt to liquors coming to be Woods no Man can present to do any Public business hear for be the Republican vote this county must be gotten to the polls in its entirety. The county Institute. The thirty sixth annual teachers Institute Montour county w ill Convene in the High school this City monday november 18,to continue in session during the week. The program As far As arranged reveals a Fine array Talent and insures to the teachers attending a week profitable instruction. Among the leading instructors ate . Fess a a Ohio who will dwell upon the a history literature a . Bible principal East Stroudsburg Normal school whose subject is a Feda Gogh a a . Welsh a if the Bloomsburg Normal school who will discourse. A in his favorite theme a psychology a an 1 Hon j. Q. Stewart Deputy superintendent Public instruction who will give several general talks. There will be but one night lecture which w ill be delivered by . Fess Ada o., subject to be announced later. An interesting feature the Institute will be class work by the teachers tin first Grade. The subjects actually taught before the Institute will be Reading and number work to illustrate the methods the Pollard system for the Benefit a number teachers throughout the county who have asked that sometime be act apart for instruction tins subject. Death w. M. Geiser. W. M. Geiser Madison township Columbia county a lied tuesday morn ing aged fio years. The deceased a w As a prosperous Farmer and Well known throughout this county. His wife who survives is a daughter the late Georg Berger a Well known resident l an Ville. Several grown up sons and Daught ers also survive. New official directory. The United Telephone a Telegraph company has issued an official directory for District no. 4. Comprising the Benton Berwick Bloomsburg Cata Wissa Danville Lewisburg Mifflinville Millville Milton it. Carmel Northumberland Shamokin Sunbury and Watsontown exchanges and same is now being placed in the hands their Many subscribers. Revisiting his former Home. Rev. Charles Sontag Washington d. C., assisted at the service Christ episcopal Church this City sunday morning. Rev. Sontag is a native this Section growing to manhood in Danville and Vicinity. He is a brother William sunday Bloom Road at whose Home he was a guest sunday. Rev. Sontag was first ordained As a minister the reformed Church and soon afterwards was called to Washington d. C., where he became pastor the reformed Church that is at present attended by president Roosevelt and family. He later entered the episcopal Church and is at present Rector Christ episcopal Church at w Ashington. Birthday party. Or. And mrs. Elwood Garrett ferry Street entertained about Twenty five children monday evening in Honor the birthday a their Niece miss Lizzie Campbell a very pleasant evening w As spent after which refreshments were served. Funeral mrs. Ludner. The funeral mrs. Frank w. Lindner pottsgrove. Took place monday afternoon at 1 clock the services were held at tie family residence Rev. I. L. Fogleman pastor the deceased officiating. Interment took place in the family plot at the cemetery the Trinity lutheran Church Oak Grove. Mrs. Lindner was a devoted wife a kind and Loving Mother an i esteem new a by All who knew her. She u survived by her husband and six children besides her aged parents and mrs. William Van i 0111. Job printing the folic the american vein furnished with a Large visor then Job letter and fancy Type and to material generally the i Ublish i announces to the Public that he if prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner Job printing All k kinds Ancl description 5gt get our prices before place your orders. Funeral the late George Reifle largely attended. The funeral the late George f. Ziefle which took place from St. Johns Luth it ran at 2 clock yesterday afternoon was a very largely attended and Impre be one. The deceased was the Quot Oil the 1 ate John Ziefle one the Large Circle German residents who emigrated to Ihu country about the same time Many them being relatives and others neighbors in the fatherland. Bound together by such ties it is not strange that sojourners in a strange land they should maintain relations such a warm and fraternal Type As to almost make them one family. Yesterday therefore was a sad Day for these people when it became their duty to follow to the rave one their Iuo t loved and honoured members stricken Down in the very prime life who left behind in addition to a devoted wife a widowed Mother herself tottering the Brink the grave. The service which were conducted by Rev. D. L. Fogleman were for the most part in the German language. Nothing was omitted that would reflect the full measure love and esteem in which the deceased was held. The structural tubing works Howe amp Polk at which for a period seventeen years the a deceased was a faithful and trusted Workman was represented at the funeral by some Twenty employees chosen from the Varmus departments the Plant. The superintendents and the office Force were also present. The Flowers gifts from the employees Howe a Polk were very Beautiful representing a Large Wreath and a Pillow the latter bearing the inscription a your the pall bearers were As follows a Drew Sheatz Jacob Van Blohn Herman Peifer Paul Knoch George Burger and let in Tave Oelschlager. The people want a Man like j. Miller in the prothonotary a office and they propose to vote for him. Robbery and intend prism. A daring act robbery and Lucendi arism was committed at Catawissa Early tuesday morning. The robbers seem to have operated in a wholesale manner first breaking into and pillaging the old Pennsylvania station now used by the company As a store tool House then proceeding across the River to Complete their nights work by burglar izing and burning Down the station 011 the d. L. A w. Railroad. The d. L. A a. Station at that Point a will the recall i by those familiar with the spot was a Brick building considerable size containing ticket office waiting room and freight House under one roof. As but i Grimes son h. R. Grimes proprietor a store near by was passing the station about 1 30 clock tuesday morning he noticed that the building was tire the flames having Al ready eaten away a portion the door Frame. The Young Man was Able to push the door open inside nearly every part the building was fire while Hooks and papers already the prey the flames Lay scattered about the floor. Owing to the Progress made by the flames and the Lack facilities for fighting the fire nothing could be done to save the building and it was burned to the ground. About $400 Worth freight was destroyed including five cases shoes valued at $200. All the ticket hand along with the usual Stock supplies were either carried away by the burglars destroyed by the tire. W. D. Holmes the station agent lost a Type writing machine and some valuable papers. There is no doubt but that the station was robbed and set fire by the same parties that broke into the old freight House at the Pennsylvania station As a chisel identified As one stolen from a Chest contained in that building was found tuesday morning at tie Western end the Bridge near the burned station. Judge Little a warning. When judge Little sent Tillie Davis to the House Refuge at the last term court he took occasion to remark that judging from the testimony adduced there were other girls in Danville who had better Amend their ways they would follow till a. This was a very significant hint one that girls tender age bad enough Toiley parental authority had better take very seriously. The fact is very Patent to every person about the streets very much at night that among those misguided persons who seem to a love darkness rather than Light Are a Laige number who have not advanced beyond the age boyhood and girlhood. Much the conduct is quite unseemly indicating that they Are standing the very Pitfalls Ltd vice. Why these boys and girls Are not at Home at unseasonable hours is a que tin for the parents to explain. Evening party. Or. An mrs. Harry Seidel honeymoon Street entertained a number Little Folk tuesday evening in Honor the eighth birthday their daughter Helen those present were misses Mabel Keim Theresa Baynham. Helen Chesnut Viola Bishel Lueretia Burger Nellie Howery Cecil Gardway Viguie Ikeler Ethel herring Gussie Morgan and Helen Shepperson. A very pleas aut evening was spent after which refreshment were served
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