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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 21, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaIt i i 10.36 a a 3.24 i. M 5.57 a a 10.26 a. M. Sundays d l amp w. R. R. West. <1 a. V. 12. 10 p. M. 4.2� a a 22 4.2� p. M. East 7.05 a. M. 10.19 a a 2.11 5.47 a 7.05 a. M 5.47 p. M. Sundays. West. 9.07 a. M. 18.61 p. M. 4.88 a a 9.16 a a 18.61 p. M. 9.16 a a Phila. A it Reading r. R. North South. 7.53a. M. 11.23a.m. 8.56 p. M. 6.85 p. M. Bloom Street. 7.58 . 11.21a.m. 8.58 p. M 6.83 p. M. So. Side family thu first Loath resulting from the present prevalence of diphtheria and the second fatality within the last six months in the family of or. And mrs. John f. Riffle of South Danville. Occurred on monday night when their twelve year old son Francis died after an illness of but four Days. The lad was particularly Bright for one of his years and for six months or More had been employed As a newsboy by tin Agency of the Philadelphia papers in this City. On Friday Francis came Home from school and complaining of a headache went to bed. He grew rapidly worse and or. N. M. Smith on being summoned pronounced the ailment a Well develop d Case of diphtheria. Antitoxin was administered and everything possible done to Check the disease. About 11 25 monday night the boy asked for a drink of water and made an Effort to raise himself on his Elbow. The exertion was fatal. He collapsed and breathed his last a few seconds later. The details of the tragic death of the two year old daughter of or. And mrs. Riffle in May last Are still fresh in the Public mind. The Little Tot while playing around a boiler of hot water toppled Over into the scalding fluid sustaining Burns so severe that she died in Twenty four hours. There Are four children remaining. Fires imperil two dwellings two dwellings on West Mahoning Street on adjoining squares were imperilled by fire at nearly the same hour Friday morning. At each place the flames had gained considerable headway and were extinguished in the Nick of time. The first fire occurred about 9 of clock. As miss Ruth Trainor turned the Corner at Hunts drug store of her Way to her Home on West Mahoning Street her Eye was arrested by fire at the second Story window of the building opposite in which is situated Frank linkers tobacco store and or. To. Beaver Gearhart a dentist rooms. The second Story in which the fire occurred is a Flat occupied by William fans aught and family. When the fire was discovered by miss Trainor both the lace and the Oil cloth curtain wore in flames. Sin gave the alarm immediately. Frank Linker in order to Render assistance dashed up stairs and was the first to inform the family that there was fire on tin promises mrs. Fausnaught being Busy with the morning work in another part of the Flat. By that time not Only were the curtains practically consumed but the flames Hud Laid hold of tin paper on tie Walls. Fortunately a tub of water was found in the Kitchen Means of which the flames were extinguished with Little delay. Continued from 1st Page. Keep the kidneys Well health is Worth saving and some Danville people know How to save it. Many Danville people take their lives in their hands by neglecting the kidneys when they know these organs need help. Sick kidneys Are responsible for a vast amount of suffering and ill health but there is no need to suffer nor to remain in danger when All disease. And aches and pains due to weak kidneys can be quickly and permanently cured by the use of Doans kidney pills. Here is a Danville citizen s recommendation miss Bessie Weir 127 w. Mahoning St., Danville pa., says a the prompt and thorough Relief i received from backache through the use of Doans kidney pills procured at Hunt a drug store leads me to endorse them highly. I am sure there is no reason for any person to suffer from backache caused by disordered kidneys when Doans kidney pills can be for Sale by All dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn co. Buffalo new York sole agents for the United states. Remember the name do aug so and take to other. Rally Day and Harvest Home. Next sunday will be rally Day and Harvest Home at the Saint Paul a methodist episcopal Church. Or. Fred Holmes flu Cal stalker of blooms Burg will be present Ami speak. A special program of music Lias been arranged. All the members of the school parents and friends ale invited to be present. A special invitation is Given to anyone not a member of another sunday school to be present. The sunday school hour is 9 30 in the morning. Both Boya saved. Louis Boot. A leading merchant of Norway. Mich., writes a three bottles of Foley a Honey and tar absolutely cured my boy of a severe cough and a neighbors boy who was so ill with a cold that the doctors gave him up was cured by taking Foley a Honey and nothing else is As Safe and certain in results. Sold by Paules a amp co. Part Nav. It is not known for a certainty Bow the fire originated. A noteworthy feature of the affair is the timely discovery. The second fire. Shortly after 10 of clock a fire broke out in the dwelling of Frank Jameson at the Corner of factory and West Mahoning streets which proved More difficult to extinguish than the first mentioned fire. At the Jameson dwelling the fire originated in a Large closet under the front stairway. When discovered the contents of the closet were burning rapidly. When the door was opened a volume of smoke and flame shot out into the room. Or. Jameson was not at Home but an energetic alarm soon brought help from the neighbors. Frank Newbaker was one of tin first to arrive and Lucid Good execution. A Garden Hose was quickly brought into requisition but before this could be com acted several buckets of water were obtained from tin hydrant by Means of which the flames were checked. The fire however had eaten its Way in under the Stair Steps where it was difficult to get at it and where it continued to Burn. It was necessary to break a Bole in the stairs before the lire could be entirely extinguished. One of flu family had occasion to enter the closet with a Light sometime before the fire occurred and it is thought that one of thu articles hanging inside accidentally caught tire. Steal fifty dollars the judge however was disposed to be lenient. The decree of the court was that each the Cost of prosecution the remainder of the sentence being suspended. Each of the men was Given distinctly to understand that will be obliged to liquidate the costs. The whole matter they were informed will be held in abeyance and that if at any time their conduct is in the least suspicious a Bench warrant will be issued and the sheriff will bring them into court when the sentence now suspended will be imposed which implies that they will be Given the full penalty three years in the Penitentiary. A nol. Pros. In to Commonwealth is. William English District attorney Gearhart asked permission to enter a vol pros. I on payment of costs. A nol pros was allowed by the court. The maus Brothers. Franklin and Charles mans of Valley township who were found guilty of obstructing thu Public Highway at the last term of court presented themselves for sentence. A. W. Duy attorney for the above defendants addressed thu court on their behalf. When thu verdict was returned had moved for an arrest of judgment and a new trial. He was in court monday to withdraw the motion. He reminded the court that while the verdict was one of guilty the indictment charged three Spoa Rato offence so the placing of a Fence a sidewalk and a hitching Post in the Road. The wording of the verdict said made it obvious that thu jury considered Trio def Dauts guilty Only As related to Trio planting of the hitching Joist in thu Road. The court seemed to coincide with this View and Franklin and Charles maus were called before court. On being asked whether they had anything to say Why sentence should not 1m imposed upon them they replied that they had nothing to say. Then each one separately was sont i ended As follows to one half the Cost of prosecution a Fine of ten dollars to tin Commonwealth for the use of Montour county and to Abate the nuisance namely remove thu hitching Post within a period of five Days. Court adjourned at 3 p. M. Monday to reconvene at 10 of clock saturday morning. The limit the returns Are beginning to come in from Hunters who have been trying their Luck since the opening of the season and the general verdict is that game of All kinds is plentiful. At least a dozen of Danville Nairn rods have bagged Trio limit of squirrels in one Day namely six of the combined kinds Fox Black or Grey squirrels. Pheasants which have been scarce for a few years Are said to be of the increase and very Good Luck is reported. Hunters Are inc lined to believe that there was a disease among pheasants during last year and the one previous. Birds were found lying dead and not a few were shot that were evidently diseased. The Birds this year Are plump and healthy in addition to which they Are More numerous facts which would indicate that the disease has died out. It is believed by Hunters that we Are indebted to the game preserve of Hon. Alexander Billmeyer for the Abund a Auer of squirrels and wild turkeys that an found on Montour Ridge. Squirrels especially Are propagated by thousands at the game preserve and it is Only natural to suppose that Large numbers of them yield to their wild instinct and seek the mountains that lie so near. Tie wild Turk is spend the summer on Montour Ridge and that they All return to the game preserve As Winter approaches is hardly probable. Feaster Cuthbert. Or. Francis Feaster and miss Clarissa Ronk Cuthbert both formerly of Mooresburg were married of sunday at Hope farm near Dover Plains Duchess county new York by Rev. E. , a Clergyman of the episcopal Church. Both the Young people Are Well known at Mooresburg where or. Feaster a parents reside. Mrs. Feaster is a granddaughter of Henry Wireman of East Danville. Born a daughter. Born to or. And mrs. Norman Bro fee Oata Sibsa r. F. D. No. 5, a daughter on sunday morning. If pm Ople with symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble could realize their danger they would without loss of time commence taking Foley a kidney remedy. This great remedy stops the pain and the irregularities strengthens and nil sup these organs and there is no danger of Brights disease or other serious disorder. Do not disregard the Early symptoms. Sold by Paules amp co. Pharmacy. \ Good Book is a better companion a chronic Loafer. Fall a a colds Are quickly cured by Foley a Honey and tar. The great Throat and lung remedy. The genuine contains no harmful drugs. Sold by Paules amp . Mrs. Elizabeth Mazeall. Mrs. Elizabeth Mazeall. A highly esteemed lady of this City died at the Home of her son Perry Mazeall. Montour Row. Sunday evening after suffering a stroke of paralysis Friday morning. The deceased was a kind and Loving Mother and Friend to All who knew her. She was a constant member of tin Trinity methodist episcopal Church. She is survived by the following children Susan mrs. James Wil lick of Chicago Alice mrs. John Lunger of pottsgrove Daniel and Perry Mazeall of this City. Down to 30 degrees. Mercury yesterday morning went Down to thirty degrees unmistakably the lowest of the season thus far. The last bit of Green vegetation that survived was blighted by the heavy Frost. Even the a minds by the Roadside bore a coating of ice that remained during thu morning hours. The cold was quite biting producing cold fingers where persons were exposed As in driving. The leaves Are falling very rapidly and but a few weeks remain until we shall stand at tin threshold of cheerless Winter. Died at Mifflinville. Harvey m. Hess of Mifflinville who was Well known in this City died monday at the age of in years. He was a Cousin of will g. Brown of this City. The funeral will 1m held this afternoon at 2 of clock. Wedded at Elysburg. Miss Myrtle tin estimable daughter of air. And mrs. William Krigbaum of Elysburg became the Bride of William Watkins of Catawissa saturday morning at 10 of clock at her Home. Tin ceremony performed in the parlor by Rev. Faus pastor of thu Elysburg methodist episcopal Church was witnessed Only by the immediate families. At the noon hour the wedding party was seated to a sumptuous feast and later in the Day or. And mrs. Watkins departed for Catawissa where they will Tomn Leuco housekeeping in their newly furnished Home. The Bride is a very a Pular girl and Only daughter of or. And mrs. Krigbaum. Or. Watkins is principal i of tin wave township Columbia county Public schools and is a persevering progressive Young Man. Sudden death of exercises Decall Winfield history i a wanted ministers a is the cry that has gone up at the meeting of the Pittsburg Synod general Synod of the evangelical lutheran Church comprising eighteen counties in the Western part of the state and part of West Virginia. Fifteen ministers have left thu Synod during the last year and hut a half dozen have come in. The convention is in session at Butler. Bad Sutej Tiaa. A re woman who periodic Boad i ties . imaginary dark a pot r Ltd a dancing before a a r eyes har Gnuva my distress or heavy foil be ling Wyt Mach faint spells drag Una due Ruseling in lower abdominal or a Vir Ivy. A easily Scarth 1 or excited. Tegu a it a painful periods with or with Ivy cat re is suffering from out Pov Ai Range Nientsu that should y a a a a at Jon. Not All of above put no. V at Likely to be present in any Cav at a a Une. A a or by i a treated and set a it a car it run into maladies which in a / the surgeons knife if they do Nat rc-4fa tally. Chi jail has. A Iona Hullihen Reich. Wilfred Hullihen of Danville and miss Viola Reich of Rush township were United in marriage of october 2nd by Rev. Samuel Fox pastor of St Peters methodist episcopal com Rob. Riverside. Undergoing treatment. Miss Carrie Huber of South Danville is undergoing treatment in the Harrisburg Hospital for a disease of thu Bead and Throat. Quays statue May yet 1m taken Down from its place in the Rotunda of the Cape Tol at Harrisburg. The state War flags May 1m put in the niches in the Rotunda and tin famous statue is in one of the places that must be vacated if the ideas now being considered Are carried out. The constant Reni edition of a foolish act makes it a habit. Imvlri1 to Nam part i ���-1 very Best ingredients kno a n to medical science for the cure of woman s Peculiar ailments enter Ini. Its composition. No alcohol harmful or habit forming drug is to to found in the it of its ingredients printed on each Bottie wrapper and attested under oath. In any condition of Tho for no system. Or. 1 Pierce a a favorite prescription Cando Only Good never Barm. 1 to whole effect s to strengthen. Invigorate and regulate Trie w Bou female system and especially thu Pelvic organs. When these Are deranged in function or affected by disease Thresto Ucli and a her organs of digestion die my skin Pritin t deranged the nerves Art weakened and a Long list of Tea unpleasant symptoms follow. Too much must not to expected of tills Quot favorite it will not perform miracles will not cure to Morse no med v.1ca prevent them. If taken in time and thus the operating u or and Tho surgeon a a knife May be avoided. Women suffering from diseases of Long standing an invited to consult doctor i up rtt a face. All correspondence d a strictly private and Sac redly . Address or. R. V. Pierce Buffalo. In. Or. Pierces medical adviser 1000 Pagosa is Cut fru of let of 21 one Ceni Ihus fit a nor. a a a a to nuns for pm a St mid Unco or Quot. Address As above r a Tofu Houn rabbits in town. It is believed that the Rabbit season which of ens on november 1st, will bring rare sport for the reason that rabbits this season Are More plentiful than they were Ever known to be in years past. Not Only Are they found of every Side in thu country but the Cotton tails have actually invaded town and have taken up quarters in the gardens and backyards. A fim big fellow each night about 11 30 o clock is observed to cautiously make his Way Down East Market Street and after pausing awhile at tin Montour House Corner to Speed Over to the court House Lawn disappearing in that locality. Several rabbits Are known to live in the Back Yards on West Mahoning Street. Four Large rabbits have a hiding place under thu piles of Sera a Iron in the Yard below the Reading Iron works and Are daily seen Cam ring about thu spot by in ruins passing on the Northumberland Road. Funeral of mrs. Mowery mrs. William r. Mow Rey whose death occurred Friday was consigned to the grave in Odd Fellows cemetery monday a afternoon. The funeral which took place from the family residence Vino Street. At 2 of clock was largely attended. The services were conducted by thu j Rev. O. O. Suavely pastor of Trinity methodist episcopal Church of which thu deceased was a member. The pall hearers were three sons and three grandsons of thu deceased John a., Samuel and Elmer mow Rev and Edward Joseph and Frank Yeager. Among those from out of town that attended the funeral were or. And mrs. Eli Snideman of Espy George Albeck and mrs. Ella Cherry of Wilkes Barre. Henry Lyon ill. The Many friends of Henry Lyon a former resident of this City will learn with regret of his serious illness at his Home in Norfolk you. Or. Lyon spent some time at thu Lyon Home Mill Street in March and was then in his usual Good health. The following month lie showed symptoms a if a disease of thu blood which later developed into a form of blood i Sonig. Five weeks ago la was forced to take his bed and has been ill a serious condition Ever since. If his condition becomes such that it is possible to have him moved will be brought to this City. Quot the Flower of the in a the Flower of the ranch a messes. Acc oink to. Flester and Wade offer the amusement Loving Public an absolute Novelty in a musical play. A a thu Flower of the ranch Quot was written and Eom Josed by Joseph Howard author of so Many popular successes native to Chicago. It is Replete with musical numbers that Are seen in or. Howard a Best vein. Tin chorus was staged by or. Mast and thu piece is unfailingly Bright from Start to finish. In the Wilkes Barre court House graft eases the prosecution has been ordered to go on at the expense of thu county commissioners. The commissioners contended that they could not legally appropriate Money to tin sex h3iises incident toward having expert witnesses Conn from other states to testify in thu proceedings. It was stated however that the prosecution could not be carried on without these witnesses so that after a conference with the chief prosecuting officers of the county it was agreed that the commissioners assume the responsibility. Mrs. William r. old and Well known resident of the Borough died suddenly at the family Homestead Vine Street a onto 11 80 of clock Friday Forenoon de Atli being due to paralysis. Mrs. Mowery was aged 88 years 3 months and 19 Days. Time had dealt kindly with her and there were few hrson8 so Well preserved at her age. Her mind was As Clear and she Hud All the vigor and Energy of a person Many years her Junior. She was in remarkably Good health during the last few Days of her life. Friday Forenoon Tho deceased was exceptionally Active and insisted in taking a part in the household duties. She was engaged in some work and had sat Down of a Bench on the outside. Of thu House where she was in full View of her daughter mrs. Alderman who was in the House engaged in pie paring dinner. Mrs. Alderman had been observing her Mother she was Busy for a few minutes however and when she again looked out of the window she saw the deceased lying on thu ground beside the Bench on which she Hud been sitting. The daughter ran to her Mother s Side and placed her head in her Lap. Life was already extinct. Or. Paules a responded to a Call and pronounce death due to paralysis. The deceased was born in the Vicinity of Danville and spent her entire life Here. Her Maiden name was Agnes still. Slu was a kind hearted and generous woman beloved in her family and honoured throughout the come ii Ity. She was a member of the Trinity methodist episcopal Church of this City. Beside her husband thu deceased is survived by three sons John a., Elmer e. And Samuel h., also two daughters Jennie mrs. Wellington Yeager and Mary to. Mrs. Frank Alderman. Foley a Honey and tar clears thu air passages stops the irritation in the Throat soothes the inflamed membranes and tin most obstinate cough disappears. Sort and inflamed lungs Art healed and strengthened and the cold is to Xii Elled from tin system. Refuse any but the Gifu ii in thu yellow package. Sold by Paules amp co. Pharmacy. Montouris Banner when Samuel k. Miller one of thu delegates from Montour eos Unity to the big state sunday school convention at Harrisburg returned to his Home in this City saturday brought with him a Beautiful Banner which was awarded to Montour county by the state sunday school association for having attained the front line in sunday school work. The Banner is made of red silk with a White Stripe running diagonally across on which an the numerals �?�1901�.�?� More numerals will be added for each succeeding year that Montour maintains her rank. Of the 67 counties in thu state thu following Are rated As front line counties Montour Columbia Northum Berland Sullivan Chester. Delaware Monroe. Dauphin Bucks Lebanon. Lycoming. Fayette Washington Union. Green Lawrence Snyder Beaver Cameron. Allegheny Clearfield Warren and Erie. The Little Village of Winfield a few Miles above Sunbury on the West Branch was the Centre of attraction in historical circles in Pennsylvania saturday. Buffalo valleys last Indian massacre was commemorated there by special anniversary services under the direction of the Union county historical society. Thu anniversary included other matters of More or less general historical interest the most important of which centres about the old Erye barn still standing there which in 1616 served As a meeting place for the most Imp Toutant of the Early conferences of the then newly organized evangelical denomination. A Largo attendance was present at the exercises which took place in the open air on the scene of the lec massacre of 1782. This attack was one of the last in thu state and its commemoration saturday Falls upon the Anniv Ersery of the Pennis Creek massacre of 1755, which marked the last official break in the treaty Between William Penn and Tho indians. Old residents who have had the Story handed Down to them from generations still Point out the site of the Lee mansion near the River and along what was formerly tin old Indian Trail. They Tell of How in the fall of 1782, a band of seventy indians swooped Down upon the Lees while they were at supper slew major Lee and John Walker and a woman named mrs. Boatman and her daughter. A girl in the family escaped by hiding behind the Chimney and she later spread the alarm and started out with a Rescue party after thu indians who had car rid off mrs. Lee Lur baby and a Small son Thomas the captives were hurried off across the mountains. A Rattlesnake bit the woman of the leg which became so badly swollen that she continued the journey with difficulty and finally pressed hard by their pursuers the red men shot her and dashed the infant against a tree. The baby was still alive although badly bruised when the rescuers came up and discovered that the indians Hud made their escape across thu mountains with thu boy Thomas. So fascinated Dilt a the lad become with tin Indian life t at lie had to in compelled by Force to return to civilization after relatives had elected his Ransom years later. Thousands have kidney to oubs a a a Neyer suspect it Bow to find out. Pill a bottle or common Glass with your water and let it stand Twenty four hours a Brick dust sediment or settling stringy or Milky appearance often indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys too frequent desire to a pass it or pain in the Back Are also symptoms that Tell you the kidneys and bladder Are out of order and need attention. What to do. There is Comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that or. Kilmer a swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfils almost every wish in correcting rheumatism pain in the Back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage. Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or Beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the Day Ami to get up Many times during the night. The mild and immediate effect of swamp Root is soon realized. It stands the highest because of its remarkable health restoring properties. If Yon need a Medicine you should have the Best. Sold by i druggists in fifty cent and one Dollar sizes. No a a a a a you May have a Sample bottle sent free by mail. Address or. Kilmer amp co., Binghamton n. Mention this paper and remember the name. Or. Kilmer a swamp Root and the address Binghamton n. Y., on every bottle. Is state a a a a mud City of Toledo. \ Lecas county. F Frank j. Home makes oath that lit. Is senior partner of thu firm of f. J. T a Honey amp co., doing business in Tho City of Toledo county Ami state aft or Esaul Ami that said firm will thu sum of one Hundred dollars a for each and every ease of Catarrh j that cannot be cured by thu use of Hall s Catarrh cure. Frank j. Cheney sworn to by of a a re me and subs Ribeil in my ,thi8 6th Dav of december a. I 1886. Seal. A a. W. Gleason notary Public. I Halls Catarrh a ure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system for testimonials fret. F. J. Cheney it amp co. Told sold by All druggists. 75c. Take Halls family pills for Sti pation. In thu Case of James l. Smith Geo. A. Worley and John Eckard who Are charged with trying to corrupt Charles a. Sue a juror in the United states court in Tho trial of a criminal banker it was attempted to have the prosecution quashed on the ground that no proof could shown that the defendants knew that Snee was a juror. Thu judge of the United states court at Pittsburg refused to overrule Tho motion and the defendants pleaded Noil contender no defense. Or. F. G. Fritz Oneonta. N. Y., writes my Little girl was greatly hem fitted by taking Foley s Orino laxative and i think it is thu Best remedy for constipation and liver Folk yes Orino laxative is mild pleasant acid eff a a Tive and cures habitual constipation. Sold by Paul jes amp co. Pharmacy. Surprise party. A Surprise party was held for mrs. Geo. Hailey Ash strict on saturday a a veiling. Music was re no tiered by Samuel Mot Tern and son a piano and violin aug a a few selections by mrs. David Roderick and Ben Haney. Those present were or. Anil mrs. David Roderick or. Ami mrs. D. F. Slattery or. And mrs. Bert Slattery or. And mrs. Go a org Mot Tern or. And mrs. Elmer Boyer or. And mrs. John Haney or. And mrs. Norman Mottern Ami children Thelma Elsie Nelson and Anna mrs. Joe Young and son Earl mrs. Joe Herman and son Daniel mrs. Henry Hanky and a laughters Katie and Tressa win. Beaver of Maliano City alb Snyder win. Aten or. Ami mrs. We. Haney and children Alby and Kathryn or. And mrs. Janies Haney Ami son Donald Jessie Rodericke a Ward Roderick Thomas Welsh miss Mary Welsh miss Mary Hummer Rachel Kikes mrs. John we Igola a miss Louisa Haney miss Alice Ham a or. And mrs. George Haney. Ben Haney. A find i ppm a was so Rveal. Has four offers there Are lots of towns that would 1�� glad to give a Pinkie a Coveleskie in Uviller a Premit r Pitcher a Job for next summer. Already has re a a a ived four offers from tin following places Knoxville Teuny see of the South Atlantic la ague Johnstown of Tho tri state Marietta pa., of tin Ohio state league and another from Illinois. As yet Coveleskie has accepted none it if the tempting offers that have been made to him. Have returned Home. Or. And mrs. T. J. Rogers saturday night returned from a two weeks visit to Niagara Falls Spring Vilh Centre vill it and Buffalo n. While at the latter place they visited their son Ben who is in business there. Popular couple quiet wedded Early tuesday morning the words were pronounced by Rev. George s. Womer in St. Paul a methodist episcopal Church which joined in holy Wedlock Robert Mccoy Jacobs and miss Mary Marguerite Evans two of Danville a most popularly known Voung people. It had been planned by or. Jacobs and the Bride elect to carry out the nuptial event secretly and although the approximate time of Tho wedding had been Learned by their Many interested friends the exact time of the important function remained in doubt to All except the contracting parties. It was too Good to keep however and during monday a a veiling the news j in some Way escaped and As a consequence there wore beside the relatives a number of the younger set in which 1 or. And mrs. Jacobs have been Niov-1 ing spirits pro sent at the Church for 1 tin ceremony Ami later accompanied tin newly married Conolt to tin station and gave them a proper and fitting Good a Bye. I the wedding was in marked simplicity. The Bride work a Blue travelling suit Ami appeared most charming. Neither were att my d. After tin Cere Lumy or. And mrs. Jacobs left on tin 7 02 Pennsylvania train for a trip to Philadelphia and Newyl a re. Returning they will reside in Wilkes Barre where a newly furnished Home awaits them and where the Groom is in charge of the optical a leu rement of Frank Send a Clarks jewelry establishment. Danville won Danville Defeated Buckm-11 Academy at foot Ball saturday in a game at athletic Park the locals succeeding in twice crossing the ii opponents goal line. All the scoring was Don tin second half thu line i Danville by Knell c. Suavely l. E. Shipman Snyder l t. Pointer Hogentogler l. G. Muffler r. Suavely c. Maher Ryan r. G. Morse Thomas r. T. Dec. Boyer Edmondson r. E. C. Croswell Kase q b. Lowen Uin Lauf l. H. B. Sutter Dailey r. H. B. J. Boyer Mackert f. B. Johnson touchdowns a Kasi. Mack it. Ref Eree Edmondson Danville. A Moyer Bucknell. Umpire make a note now to it get Ely s Cream Balm it you arc troubled with nasal Catarrh Hay fever a or cold in the head. It is purifying and soothing to tin sensitive membrane that lines the air passages. It is made to overcome tin disease not to fool the Patumi by a Short deceptive Relief. There is no cocaine nor Mercury in it. Do not in talked into taking a substitute for Ely scream Bali. All druggists sell it. Price 50c. Mailed by Ely Broi Wann str a i new York. Grange will build. Valley Grange no. Ils4, p. Of ii., a it of Mausdale. Has purchased a piece of land about 50 by 2? it. On which it is tin ii Ira a ii Tion to it erect a or aug Hall. The land is situated opposite the e. L. Renn place and also a opt Tosic the farm fromn Ray own Tel by f. P. Johnson on the Road a to a Washingto a a Villa. A Short a i stamp in a a and Mausdale. 20 famous authorities. This is tin number on thu staff that compos. Ami make up thu woman a Section of the Philadelphia sunday press. Every fashion illustrated is drawn by a celebrated artist. Every article is written by a re cog Izol expert. A number of fashion artists will keep you abreast of thu fashions. Another will contribute a series of Quot smart talks on thu ways of a great weekly feature is tin original embroidery patterns by Sarah Hale Hunter. This to is famous. Miss Hunter saves stamping Bills by designing shirtwaist collars cuffs Bureau covers and everything women make. In All there an 15 departments by 15 exp its not in eluding the famous artists. The woman s Magazine is a regular Section of the Philadelphia press every sunday and should enter every Home. Wedded at Washingtonville. A quiet wedding was solemnized on thursday evening at 8 of clock in the parsonage a it of the Washingtonville lutheran Church when Bruce Elmer Wetherill. Son of David and Jane Wetherill and miss Annie Sybil la con Are a daughter of Jacob and Mary con Artl wore United in marriage. The ceremony was performed let a the pastor. Rev. Charles g. Heffner. Thu couple Are popular and have a Host of friends who wish them a la my and Happy married life. C. R. Kluge r. Thu Jewoir 1060 Virginia ave Liidi Anatolis ind., writes a a i was sgt weak from kidney Troubl that 1 could hardly walk a Hundred feet. Four bottles it it of Foley s kidney remedy clean 1 my Complex iou cured my backache Ami the irregularities a Lisa hared. And a 1 can now attend to it business every Day and re a a of Mcoid Foley s kidney remedy to All sufferers As it cured me after the doctors and other remedies had sold by Paules amp co. Pharmacy Frank Cashner of South Dauville left yesterday for Pittsburg where lie has accepted a position. He who has a Good thing in Liam should not abuse it. Diin Cruff falling hair ayer1 Blair vigor promptly destroy a the germ Ayer a hair vigor just As promptly destroys the alli.nrthj.,r. La Hje a germ that cause removes every bulbs. Restores them to health the hair stops falling out. Crows More rapidly. Every of Dandruff itself and keeps the Scalp clean and in a healthy condition. Does not color the 9"lair we wish you to positively and distinctly understand that Ayers hair y Igor does not affect the color of the hair even to the slightest degree. Persons with the whitest or the lightest and most delicate blonde Airway use it freely without having the hair made a Shade Darker. Inured Pink Sulphur. Give Orrin. Quinin. Sodium Chloride. A a Capsicum. Sobe. Alcohol. Water. Perfume. Show this formula to your doctor. Ask him what thinks of it. J. C Pomr Ivr. Lowell. Mem

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