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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - October 31, 1901, Danville, PennsylvaniaHome paper a for the Home the circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It Wil pay you to advertise in the american. Subscription $1 per year Del. Having 11. Jennings dentist. Office hour a Vav m \. ? a. To 72 m i r. To z r. V 10� Mill St. Danville. A. Sih it m. I. 425 . St., Danville a. Isea is of the stomach and intestines a specially this coi try will never be entirely free until it supplies All of its own demands with its own Danville. A. Till la Day october �1. 1901. Vol. 40--\o 1 l established in 1855. Job printing the office of the american being furnished with a Large assortment of Job letter and fancy Type and Job material generally the publisher announces to the Public that he is prepared at All times to execute in j the neatest manner Job printing fall kinds and desorption a a get our prices before place your orders. Vote tor doctor Thompson i for associate judge vote for j. A prothonotary. Miller vote for for county Charles a treasurer. Cook get out every Republican voter. Vote for doctor Thompson vote for j. C. Miller for for associate judge. 1 prothonotary. Of the Sabbath school association Montour county. Of do a. A. Aulk do u t. Dentist 218 Mill Street. extracted without pain. Frown and Bridge work a specially nipped w Ith the latest and most improved Inott Remenih and prepared to a be Uleie most i tie ult work. Or. C. H. Reynolds Effiee opposite Boston store Danville a. A Entis a try in All its branches. Charges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 1892 such men As or. S. Y. Hompson j. C. Miller and Harles w. Cook ought to be acted without any Effort id they will be if the thinker voters will reflect a Moent before casting their baits. These men Combine Grything that is desirable Public servants fitness and Mility characterizes each and of them. We desire to Call e attention of every Reader the advantage to the coun of having such men in of and believe the thought ones who give it consider an will vote for them. Onde Seii news. The eleventh annual convention of the Sabbath school association of Montour county will be held in the Trinity reformed Church Strawberry Ridge on thursday november 21st. I the session will open at 1 30 p. M., with devotional exercises conducted by Rev. George e. Limbert of this City Rev. J. W. Hell will deliver the address of Welcome. Conference on teachers training will follow conducted by Rev. C. W Oliver of York. A around table will be preside 1 Over by mrs. A. W Drinkwater of Williamsport. A Solo will be rendered lev miss Margaret Ammerman of this City. General Secretary a i. Laumaster. Of this City will give a Bible Reading. There will be several Impromptu addresses Folio wet w the reports of committees which will bring the afternoon session to a close. The evening session will open at 7 of clock. Devotional exercises will be conducted by Rev. A. B. Herr of pottsgrove. The address of the evening will he delivered by Rev. H. C. Harman of this City on the subject a the sunday school As a Factor in the making of mrs a. W. Drinkwater will give a four oases of diphtheria Ward. In the second Brief mention of the doings of friends and acquaintances. Your there Are four cases of diphtheria in the second Ward and the disease is beginning to interfere considerably with the attendance at school. Borough superintendent u. L. Gordy assisted by the principal and teachers is taking every precaution to prevent the spread of the j Lloyd welliver disease lest an epidemic ensue similar to j Titis morning for what the town of Northumberland Lias experienced which necessitated the closing of the schools places of Wor ship amp a. In dealing with tin children from infected families superintendent Gordy is being governed by the school Law which provides for their exclusion from school for a period of thirty Days after recovery and disinfection. A circumstance which leads to embarrassment and often to a misunderstanding with the Parent professor Gordy says is the fact that the attending physician in furnishing Pupil with certificates setting Forth their recovery and removal from d in a of contagion i Apt to be int Luene -1 by his own judgment and not the school Law. It i not an unheard of thing for tin Pupil to reap Pear at school armed with a physicians certificate ten Days or even a week after the quarantine Lias t a a raise professor Gordy is not inclined to question the judgment of the attending talk on a primary miss amme Maii will Render a Soh Rev. C. A. Oliver will give a talk on a Bible study for spiritual growth each sunday school is requested to Send two delegates and to contribute one Dollar or More or state and county work. Free entertainment will be furnished delegates being requested to Send their names to Rev. .1. A. Bell Strawberry Ridge ministers and sunday school superintendents in the county Are members of the convention and t heir presence is urged and desired. They Iii kindly variola or Vario Loid Scarlet i physicians who undoubtedly know and their business. Granting that a week on or ten Days Are sufficient yet the fact remains that the school Law has adopted a wider margin of safety. Section seventy three of the school Laws and decisions of Pennsylvania very plainly sets Forth what i required of the school principals in the promises. It says no child or other person belonging to or residing with the family of any person or residing in the same House in which any person May be located who is Sull ering from Small pox or typhus a Lowe eur. Toilet s last Day. E Trees Are becoming Bare e weather is Beautiful but rain is d. W Royer in a next door on . 5 Rabbit season will open on Fri november 1. Itney is san Francisco minstrels at Pera House on wednesday evening. State iame association is after me pirates in the Northern part state. Window curtains have been Hung residence portion of the jail a. It did the work. Friendship fire company is Mak separations for its annual fair to be n the Early part of december. The Date will be made known later. Few Days the anxious politician. A dilate will either in out of his a or will attract More of it by re Consolation practice of burning leaves about is attended with some danger and hould be taken to prevent fire communicating to fences or out nos. Oyster supper to have been Given ladies of Pocahontas Lodge in the Oom formerly occupied by ii. I on nov. 2nd,has been indefinite toned. Toes Are an inferior commodity Ason being badly ail listed with a f rot which necessitates cutting half of them away before they for cooking. Shiloh reformed c. E. Society represented at the by county Ilion. Which will be held at Iburg nov. 4, and 5, by misses boo Kniller Martha Kocher and a on Ike. Our county school children Are rating a vacation during the week Ember 18th. While the teachers a uding the thirty sixth annual in to be held in the Danville High rooms. Season s exhibit of Chrysanthem local Green houses is the finest e Ever seen. There is nothing in Al realm which has found More is than this Flower Era and All other Good citizens arrange to be at the polls no 5th. Die High school foot Ball team y Normal school team on Normal Ooms tug saturday afternoon Ell Day was celebrated in every the Anthracite Coal Region ves Newbaker who lost a portion ind in an Accident last week we to note is advancing very rap of the Road to recovery. Ted wide awake represent an Eastern Pennsylvania. Re it use. Promotion sure if capable ing business. References and a quire. Address the l. B. Mercantile co. 314 to318 Granby Norfolk. A 4 secure the appointment and attendance of delegates and make repeated announcements of the committee in their churches and schools. All who Are interested in sunday school work Are cordially invited to the convention. Fever diphtheria dish theoretic or Membranous croup and like infectious diseases shall be permitted to attend any Public private parochial sunday or other school in said municipalities and All school principal. Sunday school superintendents or other persons in charge of such schools Are hereby required to exclude any and All such children and Pei sons from Aid schools such exclusion to continue for a period of a thirty Days a following the discharge by recovery or death of the person last afflicted in Saivii House or family and the thorough disinfection of the premises. Pennsylvania. This state More than any other state in the Union has been the beneficiary of the Republican policies a ably advocated by the martyred president. It is unnecessary to refer to the smoke and flames belching Forth from her Many furnaces that were Idle and becoming junk under the policies of the opposition. The eyes of the world Are upon you voters in Pennsylvania. Are you going to re endorse the National policies and thus speak for the further up building of the industries of this great state by an old time majority for the state ticket or Are you through pensions and it Etty quarrels going to second time become assistant democrats and place in has undone Pennsylvania in the doubtful column a a president in the congressional election. Next hold him year surely elect a Republican Congress to help him carry the country to a great Fuddle Mill ready to Start. J or Prosperity than Ever before and in doing so Vou vote to Benefit yourself the voters duty. You and each of you have a duty to perform. Do not shirk that duty by staying away from the i Riih. Do not drop your ballot until you have carefully considered the effect of your vote. Vou know that when you voted for president Mckinley you Benefit Ted Dis yourself and you voted for him the the Bullet of the assess your work. Roosevelt vote to endorse and us it Yote to Tell him Vou will a considerable portion of the puddle Mill at the heading Iron works is Al i ready under roof. A few Days ago the announcement was made by the management that tie puddle Mill which is now ready for operation will Start up next monday. There now seems to be a some hitch in the arrival of lumber so that it is not certain that the Rolls and engine will be under roof by monday a circumstance which May necessitate a postponement of starting up. Death of Patrick Conley. Patrick Conley an old and esteemed resident of the third Ward died suddenly saturday afternoon at the advanced age of 84 years death being due Toa general decline incident to advanced years the deceased was born in i Reland but emigrated to this country Many years ago. His wife preceded him to the grave eleven years ago. He is survived by three children. Michael Cornelius an a Mary All of whom reside at the Home Mill Street. Vote for doctor Thompson for associate judge. Vote for Charles w. Cook for county treasurer. Vote for j. C. Miller for prothonotary. A very late Hay making. While his neighbors were nuking Corn saturday last judge Benfield was a hauling in Hay and an abundant Well developed crop it was comprising several acres of Meadow land it i it no unusual thing for Farmers to Cut a Sec Ond crop of Hay but the work mostly comes along Early in september. It due to the late Rains this season that Hay making is made possible so near the first of november. And to it it Timet. Continue the present Good purchased the Best property. A. H. Grone and Leniger Bros have jointly purchased the Best property on Mill Street. They will erect a Fine Brick building on the Corner with two commodious store rooms fronting on Mill Street. The upper one of these will he occupied by l niger Bros and the lower one by a. . The bargain was c used tuesday. The Price paid was $5901 salvation army. The Temperance meeting at the salvation army Hall tonight promises to he an interesting one Rev Harry Curtin Harman will deliver an address. Mrs. R. J. Allen of Riverside will ing. There Wal also he some Short talks and readings. The meeting will open porn try at 8 o clock and will last one hour. All Are invited. Mrs. Elizabeth Morrall. Lower Mulberry Street left inst evening for it visit with or. Cml mrs. Charles it Nijer. In Northumberland. Or. And mrs. S. J. Welver and Edward welliver of this City and Hon it of Exchange left Wilkes Barre where they will attend the funeral of mrs. J. S. Sanders which took place in that City this afternoon. Miss Carrie Larland of Scranton will return Home today after a visit at the residence of d. C. Jones this City. Samuel Harmon of Bloomsburg was a visitor in town yesterday. Mrs Carrie Funston returned to Columbia yesterday after a visit with friends near Mooresburg. Mrs. L Shindel is visiting friends in Sham of in. Mrs. Jennie Byers spent yesterday with Sunbury friends. Mrs. I. C. Williams left yesterday for a visit with friends in Harrisburg. Mrs. George a. Stock visited friends in Sunbury yesterday. Mrs. Laura Waters returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit it the Home of her father. Samuel Bailey East Mahoning Street. Mrs. George e. Stock returned to Gettysburg Vester Lay afer a visit at i he Home of her son. Or. George a. Stock Bloom Street. Wiil Forney of South Dunville was in Sunbury yesterday. Mrs. A mite Shaner and miss Mary Shaner Are visiting relatives in Shamo Kin. Mrs. C. W. Runyon of Bloomsburg and mrs. F. A. Hitler of Allentown returned to Bloomsburg saturday evening after a visit at the Home of or. And mrs Edward Ryntz. East Market Street. Or. And mrs. William Mccloud of Sunbury spent sunday with relatives in this City. Mis Eleanor Frick of new York arrived saturday evening for a visit with a her parents. Col. And mrs. A. J. Frick. E. G. L and and wife of Washington. 1. A have been pending a couple of j Days in Danville As guest at the Montour House. Or. Paul who has paid i this City several previous visits i con infected with the United state geological Survey and is interested in records being kept Here As to the variations of a water level on the River. Or. J. R. Davis East Market Street has returned from a visit with her son David r. Davis at Pottsville. Alfred Darmour left yesterday for Steubenville Ohio after a visit with Eugene Kiun Corner Church and lower Mulberry streets. Or. Darmour served in the same regiment with or. Kiun in the Philippines. R. Ii. Woolley left yesterday at noon for Philadelphia John Jacobs of Pittsburg will arrive in this City today for a visit with his parents or. And or. John Jacobs Mill Street. Mrs. Thomas Curry and daughter mrs. Lizzie Fisher of this City spent yesterday with friends in Sunbury. Mrs. Jacob Weil of Philadelphia is the guest of or. And mrs. Samuel Bloch lower Mulberry Street. Mrs. Perry Deen and daughter miss Nell East Market Street left yesterday for a visit in Scranton and at Harvey a Lake. Miss Emma Gearhart Bloom Street visited friends in Bloomsburg yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Lowrie and daughter miss Anna of Strawberry Ridge drove in to this City yesterday. Mrs. Abigail Geisinger Centre Street left yesterday for a visit with friends in Kingston. Mrs. Sarah Moore and mrs. E. K. Pur sell of this City spent yesterday with friends in Bloomsburg. Or. J. P. Hut a and his wife drove in to this City yesterday morning. Item. Adolph Meyer of this City left yesterday for a Short stay with friends in Bloomsburg. Special meeting of Council with every member present. The Borough Council held a special meeting saturday night at which the action of the previous meeting was reconsidered and it was decided to renew the contract with the Standard electric Light company. At s of clock Sharp chairman Kemmer took his seat. I Gavel fell with a loud ring when it was noticed that every chair was occupied a circumstance which does not frequently president stated Itiat the object of meeting was. First 10 reconsider the motion to enter into a new contract with the Standard electric Light company which was voted Down on the evening of october 4th and second a the will of Council to provide for the Legal execution of said contract. Or. Dougherty moved that the former motion he reconsidered which was seconded by George Sechler the motion prevailed. Following is the vote yeast George Sechler Fetterman Kemmer. Dougherty , Brandt and Gibson. Nays Yastine m i. I Bechler Mclain Jones and Davis. The contract was then read when it was found that since the rejection at the previous meeting a still further reduction had been made the Otter of the company now being to furnish air lights at $72. For $433.75 per month or $5205 per year the Standard electric Light company obligates itself to furnish 05 arc lights of 2000 Candle Power each and i 35 incandescent lights of 25 Candle pow j or each. Or. Fetterman moved that the president of Council he empowered to execute a contract As offered by the Standard electric Light company for a period of three years. The motion was seconded by or. Gibson. M d. L. Sec Lei said be could t understand Why Council wished t it give the lighting of the Borough Over into the hands of a Trust especially since the ame members who favor the measure now a few months ago were in favor of Borough Light. Or. Mclain it Aid he found the people of his Ward generally opposed to it. Or. Yastine said that the first Ward which he represented was opposed to renewing the contract. Or. George Sechler declared that he i a j represented the first Ward and i that lie found people in favor of it. Or. Brandt explained that he original in was in favor of Borough Light but thing have changed and that there 1 Are other matters now such Jas pertain to sanitation which require an outlay of Money More important in his Opin in session Purchase of cyclopedia authorized by the Board. The school Board held a regular monday night the session being an unusually Short one a trifle Over half an hour in length. The following members were present Fischer Orth Burger Black Green Harpel Werkheiser Curry Keefer and Fenstermacher. Truant officer Young reported a Good dual of sickness among the patrons of school which kept children at Home otherwise he found Little to contend with and was getting along nicely. Or. Orth reported that Curry amp Van Nan Are making the castings needed for the Furnace in the second Ward school also that a janitor has been procured for the Welsh Hill school. A broken Furnace door in the second Ward building was ordered repaired while the building and repair committee was instructed to look after a stove in the stack of the fourth Ward building which was reported a drawing badly. On motion of or. Harpel it was decided to Purchase the Century cyclopedia for use in the High school. The Price named is $58. Or. Keefer alluded to the prevalence of diphtheria and thought disinfectants ought to be freely used about the school buildings. This led t it a discussion As to the relative Merit. Of the different kinds on the Market when it was decided to leave the matter of disinfectants in the Han is of the physician on the Board. The Secretary stated that most of the fire insurance�?$30,000 in ally carried by the District on the different school building w ill expire during next month. It was explained that representatives of several new companies have sprung up in town during the past year who now insist upon their share of the insurance carried on the school buildings. The renewing of the policies was left in the hands of the building and repair committee with instruction. To make an equal division As nearly a possible among the local agent. The following Bill were approved for payment teachers and janitors .$1525.50 Rand Mcnally amp co. 21.75 w e. Young. 5.00 u. S. Express co. .50 George h. Smith. .75 Abrum Lakue. 2.97 Fred r. Miller. 3.75 important in ins opinion than Borough Light. The session was on the verge of be coming warm when the question was put to a vote. The motion carried As follows yeast George Sechler Fetterman Kemmer Dougherty Laurer Brandt and Gibs in. Nays Yastine m. I. L. Sechler Mclain Jones and Davis. The above action in entering into a three years contract for Light notwithstanding the sentiment in Council in favor of municipal Light would seem to dispose of the question of establishing a Borough Light Plant in a Way to make further agitation of the matter futile for the present. Or. S. Y. Thompson for associate judge is looked upon As a sure Winner. He is growing More popular every Day. Let his majority be As Large As possible. Corn husking party. Jacob Baker Sidler Hill gave a ladies com he King party yesterday consisting of mrs. Adaline Owens or Sarah but Ler mrs. Ivina Tompson mrs. Amelia Mellin mrs Gussie Burns or. Martha Baker or. Ada Thomas miss Elizabeth Owen miss Kathryn Baker and mrs. Jacob Baker a very Appet ing supper was served. Or. Goldsmith injured. Mis. Samuel Goldsmith met with a painful Accident at her Home on lower Mulberry Street late tuesday evening. She a walking through a dark Hall in the front of the House an i fell Ovici a James Arthur and Loretta Berry of this City left yesterday for a i it wit i relatives in Wyoming. Rev. Charles Morison of Sunbury w As the guest of the Rev. It Skine Wright Bine Street yesterday. Detective pursely of the Philadelphia a Reading railway transacted business in this City yesterday or Della Kelly and son Joseph of Scranton returned Home yesterday of ter a visit with mrs. Benjamin f. Kelly water Street. W. T. Shepperson transacted business in Sunbury yesterday. .1 i Evans returned from a drive to Sunbury yesterday. Or. Charles ii. Ammerman and mrs. Jane Carr of this Ity took the 2 21 trunk bruising herself severely about i Tran for Wilkes Bari yesterday after though confined to 1 noon where at 2 30 this afternoon they. I the Chest and face is i. Her room no serious injury i feared several of the handsome stained Glass windows of Christ Church have been a flipped to Philadelphia for repair the Campaign is now on its last Lap and the Republican Outlook in Montour county was never brighter. Will attend the funeral of their sister. Mrs. I s Sanders. B. M Dietrich William Laidacker anti John Churm of Washingtonville were in Danville yesterday. Gilbert Kulp of Shamokin spent last evening in this Elt v kicked to death by a Horae. Mark ii. Carey of Derry township who reside two Miles Thi Side of Exchange was killed sunday by the kick of a Livorse. He entertained some visitors during the Day Anil was assisting to hitch up the team preparatory for their return Home when the Accident occur a cd. The visitor was leading one horse and or. Carey was following with the other when the animal in the Lead kicked both hoofs striking or. Carey in the Abdomen producing nearly instant death. The deceased was about 70 years of age and unmarried. He is the owner of a Fine farm Aud a frequent attendant of a our Curbstone Market. He was a prominent Odd fellow member of the Exchange Lodge. South Danville schools up to Date. The Smith Danville school both grades of which Are taught by Young ladies from Thi City Are in a very flourishing condition. The attendance is exceptionally Good while the course of study has just been extended by the introduction of nature work. Upon graduating at South Danville Pupil Are prepared for the High school of the City. Miss Mary Pfahler has the upper Grade and miss prudence blizzard the primary school. Funeral Friday. The funeral of the late Daniel re her will take place from the Home of t. F. Moyer West Mahoning Street Friday morning at 10 of clock. Rev. W. I. Means will conduct the service. Inter meet will be Nudo at Milton. Vote for j. C. Miller for prothonotary. Vote for Charles w. Cook for county treasurer. Vote for doctor Thompson for associate judge. With masonic ceremonies. All that was mortal of Zachary t. Armes w As consigned to the grave in it. Vernon cemetery thursday afternoon. The i ueral was one of the largest that has taken Piare in Riverside for some time past. The services were conducted by Rev. Erskine Wright Rector of Christ episcopal Church. The choir of St. Peters m. K. Church Riverside rendered the hymn a nearer. M y god to and two other selections. The pall bearers which represented the two masonic lodges of this City were As follows Amos Yastine w. H. Ammerman Daniel l. Bloom will g. Kramer George Maiers and e s. Miller. The episcopal burial service at the grave was followed with the masonic ceremony. The turnout of free masons was quite Large there being three Hack loads in Hue. The following persons from a distance attended the funeral or. And mrs. Norman r. Armes or. And mrs. William h. Armes. Or. Walter armes of Sunbury George Kin ter and daughter Mary William Kinter miss Mary Kin ter mis Sara Kinter mrs. Dennison or. A. T. Poi Lenberger of i Dauphin mrs. H. L. Schneider miss Cordelia Schneider mrs. Bruce Carey of Nescopeck mrs. Jacob Sechler of Jersey Shore or. And mrs. N. Ii Campbell of new Haven. Conn., and mrs. Roselli Pursell of Bloomsburg. The duty that every Republican owes his party next tuesday is to stick to the ticket. If All follow this Rule the Victory will he surprising. Struck by falling Pulley Fred Jacobs met with a painful injury tuesday afternoon. He was assisting to remove a lot of saw dust from the ice House at the rear of i he confectionery and stood on an elevated platform in Dor the Pulley which broke As a heavy Load was being raised and fell striking him upon the head. He was considerably stunned and sustained a bad Gash upon the Back part of the head. Or. Curry gave the injured Man attention inserting several stitches. Joining wedding. The wedding of miss Emma Bird of Thi City to or. John Jacobs of Pitts Burg will occur thursday. November 14. In this City. The wedding it i said will to a very quiet one. Handed Down through four generations of time. There is scarcely a school boy or a school girl old enough to study local history but is familiar with the sail Fate of Robert Curry who was murdered by the indians and the thrilling escape of his wife who at the same time was taken captive. It is not so generally known however that the identical pair of scissors still exists with which mrs. Curry Cut the bands of bark with which the indians had bound her. On saturday last it was the privilege of a representative of this paper to see and examine the historical pair of scissors which a highly prize heirloom have been handed Down through four generations. They Are now owned by miss Hannah welliver of West Hemlock township this county whose grandmother Mary Caldwell in her girlhood As miss Mcwilliams lived under the same roof with mrs. Curry and at the latter death fell heir to the scissors. Robert Curry and his wife were among the pioneers of this Section. With one child they emigrated from the North of Ireland in 1772, settling on Mahoning Creek. On june 9, 1789, As or. And mrs. Curry were travelling on horseback from Northumberland to the Mahoning settlement now Occupin a by the site of Danville they were overtaken by a band of indians. Or. Curry was killed and scalped his Skull being battered into fragments by the Tomahawk. Mrs. Curry was taken prisoner. She was Young and Beautiful. The Savages greatly admired her Long Black hair. They told her that she was a a cheap pretty Squaw and assured her that they would not harm her. Their intention was to carry her into Captivity. They started on a journey Westward. In a densely wooded hollow. Located in the present limits of Liberty township not far from Mooresburg they camped for the night. They securely hound their captive tying her hands and feet with bands of Hickory bark. Suspended by a string fastened at her Waist mrs. Curry had a Small pair of scissors which it seems the indians did not notice. When she thought her captors were sound asleep she managed to get hold of the scissors in such a Way As to enable her to so ver the bands of bark which bound her Ankles and to make her escape. She we As soon missed and finding herself pursued she concealed herself in the top of a fallen tree. It was a moment of thrilling suspense to the poor woman As the Savages with lighted torches trod re a und the spot. One Redskin mounted the Tallen trunk and holding his lighted Torch aloft peered into the tree top exclaiming a come out Squaw we see Slie Lay quiet however and the indians finally moved on. Mrs. Curry survived until 1820 when she was buried by the Side of her husband in the old cemetery on Bloom Street. A few years ago the bodies of both were removed to the new presbyterian cemetery. The scissors area very Small pair probably not More than three inches in length. A relic of greater historic interest or one More highly prize by the Many descendants of mrs. Curry in this county it would be difficult to ii nag inc. Those who support Jacob Miller for prothonotary will be voting directly in their own interests. Or. Millers record proves this. Ensign and mrs. Youngs Farewell. Ensign and mrs. Young of the Salva Tion army have been notified from the general Headquarters in new York that they will be removed from Danville to a new Field of labor. They have set their a a Farewell meeting for next sunday evening. Meetings will be held also on monday and tuesday evening. They have not been notified As yet just where they will be located Only that they will leave next wednesday. M r. And mrs. Young have Louii very successful in their work during the past year and their removal will be regretted by Many friends. Ensign and mrs. Heir. Formerly workers Here will also be removed from Dubois after a year of successful labor next door. Apropos of things farcical a first rate booking at the opera House is the revised Pant mimic trick spectacle a next door in a 20th Century coat of paint As it were. This farce for farce it is in every sense of the word i a series of amusing incidents and extraordinarily Clever acrobatic gyrations. The musical numbers Are All new. This Bill will be at the opera House on sat urday night. New bar fixture.?. Carl Lite has placed a handsome Back i bar with Large plate Glass mirrors in his restaurant on Mill Street. With a number of other improvement Thi makes the place a very attractive one. This is the last week of the pan american exposition and it is to be regretted that its financial Sucre was t equal to its Merit vote for Charles w. Cook for county treasurer. That citizens the court House was crowded in response to the Call. The court House was packed tuesday night in response to a Call for a citizens meeting. The action of the meeting in effect sustained the five minority Mem hers of Council who Are in favor of municipal Light oppose sewerage Aud advocate the immediate abatement of the nuisance existing in blizzards run. Or. P. C. Newbaker was chosen chairman Ami j. Ii. Wallize Secretary. After a Short address by the president repeated Calls were made for e. S. Gearhart esq., who responded dealing in a very pointed Way with Council the subjects a of sewerage and municipal Light paying As be wont along a Nice compliment to the live minority Mem Bers of Council who a have stood so nobly by their he declared that $00,000 would not sewer blizzards run a that it was not a sewer that was wanted but a Job. The proper Way he said to Abate the nuisance is to indict tie brew Ery for polluting the Stream. Speaking of a Survey tie said he did not know who authorized it but a Survey was made and now if he has been properly informed there is a Little Bill of $2,200 to pay for results which could have been obtained off. H. Ostrander for $25. Who on a prior occasion made a topographical Survey of the town. Addresses along the same line were made by sex councilman Joseph Murray f. P. Johnson and several others. Amos Yastine speaking for the minority in Council stated that they had a plan for abating the nuisance in blizzards run that did not involve sewerage and they Only asked that the citizen Aud taxpayers stand by them. T. F. Patterson moved that the chairman appoint a committee of five to draft resolutions relating to the subjects discussed. The motion carried whereupon the following committee was appointed or. Harpel David j. Rogers a. G. Williams Wellington Rote and Henry l. Gross. Another citizens meeting will beheld saturday night when the committee will report. Vote for Charles w. Cook for county treasurer. Vote for doctor Thompson for associate judge. Vote for j. C. Miller for prothonotary. Miss Jennie Lovetts guest. Miss Jennie Lovett Vine Street entertained a very interesting guest Over sunday in the person of miss Anna Goy Itney a Indian lady belonging to the tribe of Pueblos who occupy lands in the Northwestern part of new Mexico. Miss Goy Tuey who is a graduate of the Indian school at Carlisle and is now completing a course at the Bloomsburg Normal school was brought fast some twelve years ago although retiring in her manner she converses with an ease and Tiu ency which is quite remarkable considering that the language used is one of another race and acquired Only in recent year. Her mind is Well stored with in formation. Her manner and language betray the Best of Breeding and reflect a great Deal of credit upon the training school at Carlisle. Miss Goy Itney says that her people Are very slow in availing themselves of the advantages of civilization. They till the soil but have a rather hard time of it on the hard arid lands they occupy which can Only be made to yield by irrigation she would much prefer to live among the White people of the , she says. After graduating at Bloomsburg she expects to spend a year or so teaching in Pennsylvania but after that she considers it her duty to return to her people in new Mexico and impart to them if in her Power some of the benefits that she has received from her Contact with civilization. There is no excuse for a stay at Home Republican this Vear. For county treasurer vote vote for doctor Thompson for Charles w. Cook. For associate judge. The undergrad crossing. There Are but Little prospects of the undergrad crossing at the i. Amp r. Track us Walnut Street being built this fall. Owing t a a delay in obtaining the Grade necessary from the Borough the plans have been kept Back far beyond what a anticipated bringing the beginning of the work too near the approach of Winter. Charles w. Cook will make a a Ood county treasurer. Coming Home. Samuel m Waite Lias received a letter from Bis son Samuel r. Waite who is at fort Douglas Salt Lake City stating that his term of enlistment is about expired and that he will be Home by november 10th. Salvation army. Thursday evening Rev. Harry Curtin ii Arnau will speak at the Temperance meeting. Or. R. J. Allen of River Side will sing the service throughout Wim be interesting done to miss it. Vote for j. C. Prothonotary. Miller for

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