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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Danville, PennsylvaniaA site i b. >r9r y. Home paper for lie Home t he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It will pay you to advertise in tire american. Subscription $1 per Vear or. Irving h. Jennings dam 1st. Oft Hort .4 in to i a v a to i r. Y Loti Mill St., if 10. O. <�111 , m 425 St., p , 1a. I Isis do Quot it of ill set Tuadi Jiu a this country will no be anti rely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own v old a 2--no 42, Danville. Pa., Timur slav oct Obeis is 1000. Established in 1855 ciiniiense1i news. Get out into Tlle Traci us air. The client nut season in nearly Over. Hack to the no irks weather a Ain. Foot Hall it a now the kit a ular spurt. The political pot is beginning to boil Over. Tin majority of the people eat entirely too much. Keep the Small boy Ami the a inner Ous firearms separated. Obedience to Law brings Happy and pleasant results. Competition Means Money in the pockets of the people. The number of typhoid fever victims in fit a Hurt i it steadily increasing. Fire of unknown origin destroyed $15,000 Worth of property in living Stone s clothing store at Tamaqua. When a Many a record is maidu Factor de by his enemies it i it Geu Bially pretty Tiad. Very safeguard Sli Ouhl be thrown around the health of the Public school pupils. Montreal. . Unionists Are pre Taring to erect the finest Lalair Temple a North America. It will Cost $7od.-000. Clerk in dry go ids Ami grocery stores in new Aland earn from a a to 17.50 per week. More half i he membership of the san Francisco t Al. Cigar makers Union is Hack at work. In 145 the first Industrial cough ass of the Iii cd states convened in new Vork. In Twenty years plasterers wages in new York has increased from $1 to $5 50 a a reduction a ii Veek by hours from m to 44. William returning from a hopping trip to Cheater to his Home at Lei Perville. Was run Down and killed by a train near Grom Lynn station. Tie citizen that walks away from a Gart age a re a a ital be to throw a lot of debris of tie dus t needs a did of in to met Ion am i admonition tie re Are honest lawyers in the world plenty of them in Spile of assertions to the contrary. Line need to i beware of the person whose virtue is always on exhibition or whose sense of the eternal fitness of thu pigs is too easily shocked. David g. Minter of Arend St Halle Adams county undertook to disco or what had clogged the movements of his Mill wheel when he foul ninety seven eels a Sugeil Fhern in. Flick lie gave an eel sop or to his friends. Male despondent by continued ill less William traitor 32 Vars old a clerk in the Philadelphia Post Tot Iee shot himself through the head with suicidal intent. The family a that his illness had driven him insane. General Kichard Thomas Lashier of the Easton National Hank is dead at the age of Vil years. He was said to la ave been the oldest cashier in the country having been cashier of the Aznive named Hank since 1841. Miss Lyella Jasper. Age a >2 years of Hitron Hill diet As the result of Tomaine Poison aug which Fidh it wed after she had eaten a meal of which so re was the principal item. Some of the Young folks Are beginning to meditate a he ii the possible gifts of Santa Claus. Or. K. Bruner who is delivering Denux Thetie is Meche in Peiin Syl Vama German m Berks county tells the truth when he declares that when people lose their interest in political Aud Clinch a Ltd re the county is suffering. A cow owned by a Berks county Man got Ain Oug the apples Ami ate four bushels before she was discovered and removed. She will never a to such a feat of gone auditing again the preacher who attends to the legitimate work a of the ministry will usually have Imti his Henn Ami his hand full. By a fall of it Oal in the Hickory swamp mine mar Shamokin Patrick Smith socialist candidate for Gress Hail his leg crushed. Issa a Gentzler,80 years old of North colorus township York county on trial charged by his tenant Farmer with homing his own barn in revenge for a quarrel which tie two Ines had several years age i. While Hurning some rubbish in tie rear a if her Leune at polio Nixville the clothing of miss Maria Lachau 7h years old a caught fir Ami she was Hurm a to a Leath before assistance could reach her. She was a Recluse having Liv a by Many years the Pope expresses himself As very much Gratis Hal at the development of the Gregorian chant in America. He says that the Gregorian chant was not Temh a to excl no i a Oiler Church in uhf a a legs the music was a mundane character. Or. A. C. Wells of Chicago has been established As the first a Niru Al states meat inspector in the Pottsville sect us under the recently established Law. One of the most shocking and heart re iming tragedies that Lias Ever taken Pla j in Danville occurred saturday afternoon when tin clothing of Little Lizzie my cd. The eleven year old a daughter of or. And mrs. Patrick or vey Ash Street took fire the last shred nearly burning from her body the injuries inflicted being of such a serious nature that death resulted about twelve hours later. The terrible occurrence took place shortly after one o clock. The family of Harry Hancock who resided a couple of doors from the Mcvey Home were moving and some papers which had lain under the carpet had been carried out into the Hack Yard and set on fire. The tire it was supposed had burned out and the several women who were assisting at the moving were Busy in the House when they were startled by loud Ami agonized screams in the Back Yard while nearly at the same moment Margaret Powers and Cora Scott two Little gins playing in the rear came flying front crying that Lizzie Mcvey was on fire. Mrs. Hancock mrs. Eugene harder and mrs. George employed in fainting d. L amp a. Station Fine a improvements. The 1. L. It w. Railroad company yesterday completed Tom extensive Concrete work Ems racing station platform and lengthy walk Down to Churchi which a Largo Force of workmen were employed for nearly Lour weeks. The Concrete gang is now off the ground Aud their place is occupied by the painters who Are giving the station and other buildings a new coat of paint. All must agree that the i. I. Amp w. Railway company is showing a vast amount of Enterprise and the sum total of improvements made is rather More than was to lie expected in one season tar embracing platform and pavement leading to Church Street the stretch of co Crete work constructed is Over live Hundred feet in length. The platform was completed last week. The pavement which was thrown open to f. Boud the Public yesterday is a very Fine of Inan. Followed by Ralph Fisher who was hauling the goods instinctively rushed into the Back Yard to save the child. A spectacle followed Itiat will haunt them to their dying Days. The was already a pillar of flame and frantic with pain and terror could not be controlled Long enough to make the efforts to extinguish the lire of any Avail of his own safety fair Aud is a feature that will he especially appreciated by the travelling j Public. Before the co Crete pavement was constructed people on approaching or child leaving the station walked close along easy Bryan a now boys All we have to do is to Knock out that Keystone and the whole Arch will fall a Funni the Philadelphia inquirer. Ide the track which when trails were passing made it just a Little dangerous. The Concrete walk therefore has been Laid at the extreme while Ralph Fisher regardless Southern Side of the tract owned by tried to tear the the Railroad company some ten feet clothing off the child mrs. Harder and from the track. Mrs. Hancock seized a Rug with the intention of smothering out the fire hut before they could use it the child broke Loose from or. Fisher and made a dash for mrs. Boudman. Very one was in peril of being set on fire by the frantic child who screaming nil beat aug off the flames that darted up around her face dashed first in one direction Aud then in another. Mrs. Boudman barely escaped coming in Couttet with the burning child when or. Fisher by Wallace Scott who by this time had Uriv d. Again caught the child and Tore from her body the remnant of clothing that still remained 011 her person. In the operation both men were burned about the hands or Fisher so badly that he was unable to continue at work. The child herself was a frightful object. Her hair and her eyebrows were burned from her head. Her face and her lips were shockingly burned and the blood oozed from her Mouth. Her one limb from her hip to her knee was burned raw. While on her Pulire body from her Knees tit the top of her head the skill was burned off in Large spots. Notwithstanding she did not lose con serious be s. Lome one flew to Frank Bussell s grocery. A Square or so away and called or. Bad Les by Telephone. Feuding the physician s arrival the child bore her awful agony in a Way that was remarkable. Her Little body with its iwo Ful tortures presented a picture that melted the stoutest heart while the nauseating odor of burned flesh added to the horror of the situation. As soon As or. Paules arrived the usual remedies in such eases were applied. The body was wrapped in Cotton which excluded the air Aud brought some Relief. The child seemed to rest fairly easily saturday evening hut while the doctor did what lie could to assure the family he could not lose sight of the fact that the injuries were of a very grave sort the month was still bleeding and the amount of injury sustained internally could not be fully cases of that kind even when the patient promises to recover from the a mined 1 ate effect of the Hurning if frequent in happens that a stomach derangement follows that results in death. In the Case of Little Lizzie Mcey the result did not Long hang in the balance. Her injury As can easily be imagined was of the very gravest sort. Death proved kindly and came to her Relief shortly after Midnight. How the Little girl hip Pound to take fire is not exactly known. With the other two Little girls both smaller than would seem she was playing in the Back Yard of the residence being vacated. Whether she revived the flame and continued to feed if with Pas a and thus took fire or in playing accidentally came in Contact with the smouldering embers no one seems to know. It is a very sail affair. Lizzie was a blight and lovable child and the stricken parents have the deepest sympathy in this the hour of their and trial and bereavement. It was stated at the Ion yesterday that the strip Between the walk Aud the rails will be sodded Over. Between the station platform and the Concrete pavement opposite the Alley coming Down from lower Mulberry Street is a wide driveway cobbled with heavy stones to i used int Ratas approaching or leaving the station. All that is needed now is to Complete the painting when the d. L it w. Company Cau boast of improvements that will compare favourably with any other company and East the 1. Amp b. Station with its homely gravel walks far in the Shade i halloween spirit. Tie youngsters have already caught tin hallowed in spirit Aud Tom str ets Are lie Muing pretty noisy at night. Last evening some Hoys appeared on the Street with horns but they were promptly impressed he the Eliof of policy who rent the Law to the Youthful Sorivi Carlors in emphatic terms. Time was when it was customary to Hagiu the Celebration of hallowed in about two weeks before the a late of which it occurred Aud to keep it up for a week or so after wants. It was very entertaining to the youngsters but 1 if was hardly Worth living to it the other seven tenths of flu population. No considerate pm a Ison who Lias not forgotten that in himself once was Young will deny the juveniles the privilege of observing Ballowe in with All that such Observance implies but let the saturnalia revelry As far As possible be conf Neil to one night. This should he a piste sufi Lieut for All sensible Young people who have been taught that Ohler persons have rights which they Aro bound to respect. Chief Mincemoyer has Succo Deil in keeping the Observance of the fourth of july within a Saue Aud sensible limit and it is probably not going too far to assert that lie will succeed in holding Down the youngsters when it Cornea to Hal Owen in. Meanwhile All lovers of comparative Good order aug a quiet w ill applaud his efforts. Broken Kail. Under the weight of a heavy freight train a rail on the i. L. Amp w. Mill Street crossing broke about noon yesterday. The train passed Over in safety but the break sufficed to reveal How notwithstanding Well built roads am Ordinary care costly May occur. The rail had every appearance of being sound on the surface yet apiece some eight Iii clip a in length Enichi acing that it it a or hang a broke off revealing a had defect in tin body of the rail. The break was immediately detected by persons near the crossing Ami tax 1 ail was removed and a new one put in Between the time of the mishap Ami the arrival of tin 2.11 passenger train. Had the Acci Tuit occur real a but on the line where it might county Commissio Iier c. Cook a if Valley township while attempting to it control a runaway horse monday was dragged nearly a Square hut escaped without very serious injury. It happened about 5 3d of clock. Or. Cook untied his horse which had been standing in front of Joseph Smiths meat Market of Mill Street Ami was in the at of stepping into the Carriage when the horse taking fright sprang Forward aug la it gun to run. Or. Cook who had not yet gotten into the vehicle ship per a Dow n inside the w heels. He had succeeded in grasping it new it of the lines and either entangled in this or else luckily holding on limping to Stop the horse lie was dragged Iii ulcer Neath the Hugev All tin Way from the meat Market to the armory where he was caught by the wheel and rolled around several times like n Ball. At this Point the buggy Aud the Man part nil company tin former dashing along out Mill Street and the latter laying in the Street momentarily stunned. The thrilling spectacle was witnessed by m. H. Schrant Aud one or two others who immediately ran to the assistance of or. Cook who did not seem very seriously Hurt Aud was Able to Rise unassisted. The Man was Bleo Diug from two gashes one above and the other below the left Eye. There was also a bail Ahra Siou on his nose and an injury on one leg below the knee. Llu also complained of internal pains. To was assisted to or. Pauless it log store where his injuries were dressed. It is not thought that lie is seriously Hurt. The horse was caught on North Mill Street Aud returned to the our. A i flooded with buckwheat. Although there have been reports of a shortage in the buckwheat crop in some sections the experience of a Benton Miller Yeste Nlay would seem to contradict the reports says the blooms Burg daily. John j Mather of Benton was in need of a Quantity of buckwheat and j fearing that he could not get the Supply lie wanted he started an agent out through the country in an Effort to buy up buckwheat at 110 cents a Bushel. In two hours to was offered More buckwheat than he could use. Other Millers report the same conditions. Lifavi Elysburg couple wedded. Miss Sadie Reichenbach Aud Simon p. Haas both of Al Ysberg were United in Matrimony last a vening. The ceremony was perform Eil at h of clock by Rev. Kly Surg m. E. Churchi at the Home of the Bride s Mother mrs. Reichenbach near Rushtown. The immediate families of the contracting parties Aud a few invited friends were present. Or. And mrs. Haas will reside for the present at Kly Surg. Pissed unnoticed for the time being it is easy to understand How a bad wreck might have occurred i on the train that followed Odd Fellows in session. The grand Encampment i. O. O. F., of Pennsylvania is assembled at York in annual session. The report of the grand scribe shows that there Are 15,035 Odd Fellows in the state and the number of encampments is 252. The increase in membership a luring the year was 1,077. In the prize a Grill of the patriarchs militant Canton York won for the second time the Stokes medal Aud forty dollars for tin by St in Rill Al Canton in the state. Canton Altoona took the Cogswell medal and Twenty five dollars for second prize. Canton Tyrone won the third prize and fifteen dollars in Cash. Or. Aud mrs. William 11 a Rey of Latt Miuor spent sunday at the Home of Thomas Lewis who is an Uncle of mrs. A Rey. Robert Bibby of Milton pout sunday w Ith re Lativs in this City. George s. Maiers of Shamokin spent sunday with his parents or. And mrs George Maiers Market Street. Or. Ami mrs. Harry Hoffman miss Emma Brown miss Dorothy Nace miss Ethel Hollinan and William Melsor of Sunbury and mrs. I a Hoffman and the min a Henna and Alice Hoffman �>1 Point town hip Northumberland Sui Iii at the Home of or. And mrs. Peter Winters. Pine Street. Or Ami mrs. J. R. Keeler of Mil ton Are visiting at the Home of mrs. P. B. Keeler Mill Street. Mrs. J. Ii. Cole and mrs. Elizabeth Greenawait Are enjoying a visit to Buffalo and Niagara Falls or. And mrs George Bill Nan daughter Barbara Aud Niece. Miss Mary Johnson of Reading Are visiting mrs. Hillman s parents or. And mrs. Heury Divel Church Street. Mrs Frank Woods Ide off Sunbury spent sunday at the Homo of j h. Woods a a be Mowery Street. Reuben Boyer of Wilkos Barry spent sunday with his family on honeymoon . Adam Wagner of Washington Villa spent sunday with friends in this City. Mrs. J. E. My in Tig. Wife of or. .1. E. Act Haig formerly of the Hospital stall is visiting mis it live Thompson Bloom Street. Curtis Feinour of of Cosgrove spout sunday at the Homo of or. And mrs. George a. Rossman Pine Street. Joseph y. Sunbury spent sunday with his family of front Street. Or. And mrs. Valentine Clark of Irish Valley were the guests of Kov. C. W. Raver Over sunday. Or. Clark owns a Pastu cried milk Plant that disposes of 500 quarts daily. I miss Margaret Austin of Scranton spent sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Russell Vine Street. Miss Bessie Liess spent sunday with friends in Bloomsburg. Miss Amelia Hartman has returned from a trip to Philadelphia and a Atlantic City. The authorities of the Hospital for the insane Are about signal zing the complot Ion of the Fine improvements just installed by erecting a 125-foot 1 hag staff which will lift the stars and strips to an Altitude that we ill make them visible for Miles around. Aside from this fact however there is a Story hanging on the Flag staff it a a. Which latter has no parallel in anything in this Section being entirely of Ira ii. The Flag staff which was furnished by Buchanan amp company arrival at the Hospital monday and yesterday afternoon was hauled from the cars to the site on the grounds where if is to be erected. The Iron pole which is in the form of i series of tubes jointed together is in two parts one part being 52 feet and l inches Long Aud tlioother53 feet and 1 inches Long. The two sections As hipped a Lay Side by Side taking in the entire length of two cars. The total weight of the pole when the two sections Are United will be no less than live tons. At the Bottom the big tube is 14 inches in diameter it tapers to four inches at the top it will he raised at the very spot where the smaller wooden pie stood that was erected a luring the Spanish at Nerica War in front of the Hospital about Midway Between the main Entrance and the Gato House. W. A. Shepperson had the contract for hauling the Iron pole. Owing to its great size and weight it proved exceedingly difficult to handle on wheels hut or. Shepperson managed to Traus Nort it from the cars to the Sito it is to occupy without mishap. Still More difficult probably will be the work of raising the 125-foot Iron staff. First of All an immense foundation of Concrete will have to be Laid in which the pole will be sunk to the depth of nine feet. To assist in the raising a Trench will be dug in which the Iron pole will lie at a slant with its lower end pm the level that it will occupy when raised. An immense Gin pole will be erected by the Means of which the Flag staff will be swung into a vertical position. The Iron pole at the Hospital is the first of the kind to he erected in this Vicinity. Never regained consciousness. Daub lilo Mustatia flip Man who was caught in the Fly wheel As lib was i starting the engine at the rolling Mill Rishell pastor of Berwick tuesday morning and hav �?�------1 a a Home. Xia mar 1 Bwy ii thrown into the cogs was so ,. Badly battered Ami crushed that he. Only 1 j t 4 a a. Tion of tin was taken to the Berwick Hospital in i a hopeless condition �1 ���1 Yeste Nlay i morning at i of clock. He a lib a not to gain consciousness after the Accident. Will learn engineering in Texas Lloyd Harris son of our townsman a. G. Harris left Yeste Nlay for Canyon City Texas where lie will enter the employ a of his brother Goorge w. Harris who is division Engineer on Santa pc Railroad. It is the into a of course or. Rockefeller Isnit tied to everybody knows that he has managed to Lay up a modest Little sum which enables him to live without working More than to really cares to. Operators Iet a raise. The Telegraph of iterators and Tower Iii ii pm the Shamokin division of the read aug railway were notified tuesday that taking effect october 1st., their wages Are increased a a a and $10 a month respectively. Young Man to la it Arn civil engineering from the practical aids a it a the profession. Two cent mileage assured. S. N. Williams Secretary of the St to Board of Trade says that enough candidates Fogt a the legislature Are on a Ltd a a Oral As favouring a two cent fare Fiat Railroad rate to ensure the passage a a a necessary legislation at tin coming session miss Laura Peck returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit at the Home of miss Pauline Farnsworth West Mahoning Street. Misses Carrie Hollinan and Mae Dreifuss spent tuesday evening with friends in Bloomsburg. Frank Tierney of Bloomsburg spent yesterday with friends in this City. James Scarlet Esq. Was a Sunbury visitor yesterday. Fletcher Kitchen Aud Frank a a Igor of Bloomsburg spent last evening with friends in this City. J. B. Watson was a in Siiss visitor in Scranton Yeste Nlay. Mrs. John Jacobs sr., miss Clara Jacobs Aud master John Jacobs go Isa spent tuesday with friends in Berwick Frank Jackson of by Vick drove to ibis City yesterday in his automobile. In s. Kase of Lebanon arrived in 1 this City for a so viral a lays visit yes i ten i a. William Foster of Lewisburg transacted business in this City yesterday re. J. In Llau a former pastor of St. Hubert a cd Macli this City visited friends in this Eity Yogt Gerdav. F will propagate thoroughbred single combed White leghorn. The handsome residence of Rev. C. M. Hamit/., South Danville is rapidly approaching completion and by november 1st, it is will be ready for occupancy. A conspicuous feature of the establishment is the Large Aud finely Pla quod Hennery in thereat which just now is receiving a coat of paint. As indicated by the building or. Barnitz is a Chicken fancier Aud in tends to enter upon the raising of Cli Ickes on a very Large scale. It would he a mistake however to fancy that lie intends to enter into Competition with the Farmers raising chickens of the common Breed for killing. In the first place he will a Levy the himself to the propagation of the choicest and most expensive Breeds of fowls which will find a ready Sale among Chicken fanciers Aud Farmers who desire to improve their Breed of fowls. There will be a Large surplus of eggs and these will likewise be disposed of at advantage for Breeding purposes. The Hennery alone is Well Worth a visit. It is built according to modern Aud most approved ideas Aud is undoubtedly without a parallel any where in this Section. It consists of two wings one Story High with a Central building 18x18 feet and two stories High. Each Wing is seventy five feet Long twelve feet wide and contains two divisions. Walls Aud ceiling Are plastered and the floor is of Cement. One of the wings faces the East Aud the other the South. There Are numerous w windows which admit abundant sunlight. In the Central building there is a Well by the Side of which a gasoline engine and a Force pump will he ius Tal led. The second Story which commands a View of both wings of the Hennery will he eventually occupied by a watchman. Or. Barnitz who is occupying the Vannostrand Homestead pending the completion of his new dwelling has a flue lot of Choice fowls of hand. These arc All thoroughbred single comb w Hite leg horns commonly called a egg machines because of their wonderful capacity for laying. There Are one Hundred liens and the same number of roosters. On november 1st these will All be installed in the Wing facing the South. The other Wing will he used for the incubators and the a Brooder so. The first incubators will he set about january 1st. By june i8tli All the chickens will he hatched at which time or. Barnitz expects to have at least 1000 fowls of hand. One half of these will have to he sold in order to get the number of pullets required for the next season. Or. Barnitz is thoroughly posted on All that relates to the propagation of fancy Breeds of chickens and everything will be conducted in a scientific manner. To promote health among the fowls a portion of the Hennery will be set apart As a to inspire terror in the minds of Chicken thieves a ferocious dog will have Freedom of the premises at night. A dog with a record has already been purchased and yesterday left York by express for South Danville. He is an old fashioned Bull dog which was of exhibition at the dog show at Richmond va., and More recently at the big York fair. And of it Mack hand in another murder. A thrilling shooting affair in which an italian of the Black hand society attempted to murder a fellow country Mau occurred near it. Oarmel yesterday morning. Joseph Nestico a Miner of it. Carmel was entering the Gree Dougli Colliery at Marion Heights when accosted by an unknown Man. Without warning the stranger pulled a revolver Ami shot Nestico three times. The firing attracted the attention of three other miners who were going to work and they made a Rush for the would be murderer w to turned shot one of them. David Morris it. Carmel i i tin leg. A crowd quickly gathered and tempted to surround the desperate stranger who stood at Hay weapon in hand. Suddenly he fired the last chamber of his a Evolor into the crowd dallied for the Mountain Side and Dis appear a i in the dense Forest Aud us a la re Rowcli. The miners wore Content enough to let him take his leave unmolested i aug a turned their attention to i the injured men. Although seriously Hurt it is not believed that their wounds will prove fatal. Many Ltd of the foreign miners Are thoroughly frightened. They believe to a Man that this was the work of tin Black hand society whose evil in fluency is undoubtedly spreading throughout the Coal regions. Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Typ and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in the neatest manner. Job printing fall kinds and Doscar lotion Oliero is a Imil Riplie Ity of names in the state this year. Part Danville has new club. Danville is to have this Winter a musical club that will be a credit to the town Tho organization i Avius been established upon a firm basis under the auspices of the y. M. It a. The club to be known As the y. M. C. A. Maudolin and guitar club of Danville was organized at the association building monday evening by the election of John Henning Prest Dent James Kase Secretary Aud Geu eral Secretary Bernhard treasurer. A musical committee composed of John Henning Walter Foust Ami James Kaso was appointed also Thomas a. Foltz Thomas Mcdermott Aud Edward Johnson were named As a committee to select club colors. Tho per Souel of the club is As follows mandolins Harry Woods Frank egg cart. Thomas Mcdermott Frank Grove William Reese Edward Johnson and Austin Klase guitars James Kase Charles a. Hartt John Winner Charles Woods and John Henning Banjo Thomas Foltz violin Walter Foust. The club will meet every monday evening in the association building for rehearsal. Tho object of the club is to furnish music at the entertainments in the Danville y. M. C. A., and also the organization will accommodate associations in nearby towns if its service Are desired in an Amateur Way. If West Chester Snow Law is enforced a doubtful proposition it will Cost to spit of the sidewalk hereafter. Only three cases. Our readers will be glad to learn that diphtheria which caused some anxiety a few weeks ago is gradually dying out. There Are said to lie Only three houses in town that Are placard-1 de at present. The situation was at no Timo alarming it is True hut diphtheria is a disease that it is never Safe to trifle with. The school Hoard As Well As Heads of families were happily i Tom Alert Aud the disease was checked before it gained much headway. Tho notification of the rearrangement of the Rural free delivery route emanating from the Danville Post office has been received by Post master w. L. changes will go into effect of the first of november. The changes of the Danville route Are the result of a visit to this City from Rural inspector Shoenberger made Early in september. The routes to he changed Are nos. 1. 2, j and 4. The other routes will remain the same As heretofore. The changes greatly improve the Rural service that centers in Danville Aud among other things increases to a considerable extent the number of Homes that will be served daily with mail by the Rural carriers. Below Are Given the for rearranged routes As they will he after the first of november route no. 1, has been changed to take Bald top Aud returning to enter Danville by Way of hie dug Road. A number of new subscribers Are added to this route. No. 1 now runs from the Danville Post office North Aud Northwest to mans Dale West to Temple Corner North to f. W. Diehl Corner West to Davis Corner Northwest Aud Northeast to part of Corner Ortii and West to Bogart Corner West Southwest Aud Northwest to flick Corner Northeast to Long Corner Northwest and Southwest to Robinson school House Westerly Aud Southwest to j. Billmeyer Corner South East Aud South via Oak Grove to Berger Corner East to Shepperson Southwest and South East of Bald top Road to Dauville Post office. Length of route 22.5 Miles. Route no. 2 has been rearranged Aud bettered 8 or 10 new Homes being served. The hairier on no. 2 will leave the Post office and go Northeast Aud Northwest and North of Wasyln Ngou Ville Road via Mausdale Aud Penn hotel to a. J. Carr Corner South East and East to Dietrich Corner Southeast and Southwest to de. Bover Comer Southeast to Dyer Corner northerly and North West to h Cooper Corner East to of than Corner Southeast South Aud Southwest to Hendrickson Corner West to Thomas Rogers place and retrace South Aud Southwest to Blue Corner East to Wintersteen Corner South Southeast and Southwest to Dauville Post office. Length of route 23.1 Miles. Route no. 3 has been improved both for Carrier and Patron nil several new Homes have been included of the route. Of no. 3 the Carrier will leave the Danville Post office Aud go Northeast and Northwest to Forks Easterly Aud Northeast to a Styer Corner East to Paul Mausteller place and retrace to Sty or West to a Eufield Corner North to Williams Corner Easterly to Moore Corner Northeast Aud Northwest via Shenoda to Cross lev Corner Southwest to sheep school House northerly to a. Shultz shop Southwest to b. Shultz Corner Southeast Aud southerly to Sidler Corner Southwest to Forks Southeast Aud Southwest to Dauville Post office. Length of route 21.7 Miles. Route no. 4 Lias been rearranged so As to accommodate about 8 new patrons. Tho Carrier will leave the Danville Post office Aud go Northeast and East of Bloomsburg Road to hag in Buchli to Ruhr North to Foust Corner Northwest to Everett Corner Northeast Ami North via Gulliver Corner to d. Purcell Corner West to Moore school House South Southwest Aud West to e. White Corner North to s. W. Pur cell Corner East to Moore school House North to Evarts Corker West to Sandal Corker Northwest West Aud Southwest to Kase Corner North and West to Bennett Corker South Aud Southwest to Forks Southeast and Southwest to Dauville Post office. Length of route 20.54 Miles. The prospective patrons of the rearranged routes should show their appreciation of the service that is being extended to them by procuring Aud erecting their boxes at once and thereby being in readiness on Tho first of november. Boxes can lie procured from any of the hardware dealers in Dauville. The specifications that must be complied with in regard to the boxes can be seen posted in the Dan Ville Post office corridor. To pay councilmen. A Bill Lias been prepared by a member of the state Senate and it will he presented to the next Geue Ial Assembly to provide compensation for the members of City and Borough councils Aud of schools boards. It will limit the amount to lie paid according to the skip nation of the municipalities Aud is proposed to go into operation a ii March 1w08. Appointed chaplain. Rev. K. M. Gearhart pastor of Trinity lutheran Church ill Sunbury has been appointed chaplain at the Odd Fellows orphanage to succeed Rev. G. W. Fritsch of Snyder town who moved to Danville. The new chaplain j will go to the orphanage every two weeks Ami fill the pulpit in the daily. Bear scared the Hunter. While Hunting on the Nescopeck mountains yesterday morning. Arthur Warntz came face to face with a half grown hear. Warantz scared out of his wits stood rooted to the spot while Bruin probably As much frightened As the off into the Woods Warantz returned Home Aud did no More Hunt aug yesterday
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