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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 55�?no 33 Danville pa., thursday. September 2, 1909 established in 1855 or. Irving h. Jennings Dan l 1st.- office hour a. M. Lovi m. Tvs Miu St., v. M. To a i. M. Danville. In p Tell Liltz m. 425 Mili. St., Dan , 1�?Ta. Diseases of the stomach and intestines a specially wanted local agent to advert be and introduce hie new educational work websters diction a y and of the would. Must be educated and Able to furnish Good references an to ability and character. I he Salfield publishing company Akron. Ohio. It takes 28 d. Tons of Silver dollars to run the municipality of Pittsburg for one year. At a Sale of the effects of mrs. Elizabeth Leven right near Marietta a bed spread made ill 1848 sold for $900. Fifty thousand disciples of Christ Are expected to attend the convention of that sect at Pittsburg during the second week in october. Or. Lewis fou la. Of Litt lest own. Was married three times and has Twenty seven Brothers in Law and is Uncle to 186 nieces and nephews. The 9-year-old daughter of John Amspacher residing near Marietta was bitten by a Copperhead Snake and her arms and legs Are swollen to twice their natural size. A 1-month-old White baby was abandoned on the Doorstep of Aaron Hollins coloured of Darby. He turned it Over to a coloured woman who turned it Over to an orphan Asylum at Philadelphia. A movement will be started in Darby Creek dredged to make it navigable As far As Chester Pike. This Creek was navigable for three masted ships years ago and it is hoped to interest Congress in the movement to improve it. Mrs. W. A. Stone wife of a prominent citizen at Uniontown who mysteriously disappeared from on december 2 and eluded All attempts of detectives to locate her has returned to her husbands Home. They will not Tell where the woman was. Mrs. Ella Bryan of Philadelphia fell downstairs and her head went through a window at the Bottom. Her Throat was Cut and she died As the result. Mrs. Margaret Hague of the same place died from injuries received by falling Down stairs while Zep Ella Tilley fell from a third Story window and died. Samuel Kerr the Young Pittsburg boy who invented a wireless Telegraph with which he hot is to surpass Marconi. Was honoured by a visit by Jack Rinus the wireless Telegraph operator whose heroism on the fated ship the Republic stirred up the land. The two will conduct experiments with the machinery the boy has built. The stockholders of the Lustre mining company largely composed of Fittshur Gers held another meeting in which they continued to make efforts to raise the $160,000 needed to off the debts and keep the valuable property of the company out of the hands of mexican creditors in whose land Are the holdings. The flotation of a Boud of $1,000,000 to Clear away All the debts of the concern and raise a working capital was also discussed. James Mccafferty who was arrested at Chester for shooting William Gill declares the killing was an Accident. He says that Gill and he were the Best of friends and that lie was just showing Bis gun to Gill when the weapon went off. The Only witness to the shooting. William two Iney. Has been placed under arrest. Mrs. Katherine Soffel. The woman who freed the Biddle boys from the Allegheny county jail several years ago and served a term in prison for her part in the notorious escapade is dead at Pittsburg. Her husband divorced her and she has been living under her Maiden name Dietrich since. She acted in the drama depicting the crime for a while hut was not Verv successful in this. She had been living at Pittsburg until her death in the West Penn Hospital making dresses for a subsistence. W. A Stone the prominent citizen of Uniontown whose wife disappeared and in tracing whom about $10,000 were spent and who returned Home tin other Day the family refusing to Tell of her whereabouts Lias made Public a statement. He says Bis wife did not know what she was doing at the time she left Home and remained in seclusion until she was found. Her travelling companion Martin is said to be in St. Louis at the present time. His wife says that sin will not become reconciled with her husband and says that she will work Over the Wash tub the rest of her life before she will return to of car Coupler that the first t rail in America was manufactured in Danville is a matter of history that the car Coupler now in use the world Over one of the most important appurtenances of railroads was invented by a native of Danville is a fact not so Well known. That the latter is True however is quite evident from an article that appeared in the a Buffalo express of recent Date. The article in question credits Miller with being an extraordinary Genius and states that be was born in Danville. Pa., of Quaker parents. When he was fifteen a years of age the family removed to Belfast in Allegheny county where his father was employed As a millwright. Joseph worked with his father and Learned the Trade hut his mind wandered away from saw and grist Mills and he became a machinist and an inventor. Like Many other men of Genius he was sadly deficient in financial ability one who knew him has remarked a the was of a confiding nature trusted everybody and everybody beat him. He died at the age of 92 years and is buried in it. View cemetery at Olean n. Y. He invented the car Coupler in 1854. Soon after the Erie Railroad was completed. This Coupler has been in use Ever since Anil everywhere the world Over. Miller secured a Patent on his Coupler. He sold the state of Massachusetts for one Hundred dollars and that is All he Ever realized on his valuable invention. Ezra Miller who by tin Way was no relative of Josephus invented the Buffer in 1838. Joseph Millers Patent expiring Ezra Miller made use of it Anil a a Miller a Coupler Buffer and platform has become a familiar legend to millions and millions of people boarding the ears. Had Joseph Millers Patent been in the hands of some men they would have realized an immense Fortune. As it was the railroads have made the Money. Miller made Many other inventions among them being an improvement in Brick manufacturing machinery the principle of which is employed in Modem Brick machines. He invented an improvement in lathes while employed by a firm which manufactured screw stump machines. By his invention two screws could be made in a Day where before it bad taken two Days to make one. He was a Pioneer in the invention of mowing machines and was interested in Aerial navigation. It was always the same however no matter How successful he realized no profit Ami others got the Benefit of his labors. It is doubtful whether at this late Day any of our residents can recall the fifteen year Oil boy Joseph Miller when he left Danville to enter upon his Busy career which did so much to facilitate the worlds work and Aid in National development but which alas brought Hui so Little recognition and material disposal Plant is in operation miss Mamie Hoffman left last evening on a business trip to Philadelphia w. J. Emerick and William Berger of this City Are transacting business in Plymouth. Or. And mrs. Harry Hixson. Nassau Street left yesterday for a visit with relatives in Sun mry. Miss Edith Reed of this City. Misses Elizabeth Reed and Eva Hopwell of Philadelphia spent yesterday with friends in Wolverton. Mrs. Hannah l. Schultz and Edward Schultz returned to Philadelphia yesterday after a visit with tin former a brother James 1. Mag ill West Market Street. Or. And mrs. Jacob Morris of Philadelphia miss Mary Hayden and or. Wallace of Meansville who Are on an automobile tour Swient yesterday afternoon at tint Home of or. And mrs. George b. Of Connor. Riverside Heights. Mrs. Frank Keiner is visiting friends in Wilkes Barre and Potts Ville. Mrs. W. Spenser has return us to Oxford Valley Bucks county after a two weeks visit at the Home of or. And mrs. John ii. Hunt. West Mahoning Street. John e. Person returned to Williamsport yesterday morning after a visit with William k. Hancock West Market Street. Rev. J. T. Ross iter Rte med to Baltimore yesterday after a visit with Rev. And mrs. Job. E. Guy at the Shiloh reformed parsonage. Bloom Street. Miss Sophia Hellner returned to Hazleton last evening after a visit with miss Teresa Ledger water Street. Miss Clara Fischer returned last evening after a trip to Philadelphia and Atlantic City no More Welcome intelligence could be conveyed to our readers than the news that the pollution of the canal and River caused by Hospital sewage so Long a menace to our town is now practically at an end. On last saturday the sewage that drained into the canal was taken up by the new disposal Plant now in full working order and in two weeks time All the sewage from the big institution will be diverted from tin River and subjected to the process of purification. A representative of tin news yesterday visited tin Hospital for the in san and was shown Over tin ground by one of the officials where the Progress of the work the plans and the operation of the Plant were studied at Short Range. The sewage disposal Plant proper complicated As it is by no Means embraces tin greater part of the work. Two enormous sewers cutting across the Lawn in front of the institution have been in course of construction pretty much All summer. The smaller of these connecting with the nurses Home was completed a month ago. The larger one draining the Hospital Pronier is at present under Way. This sewer runs parallel with tin Hospital. Work yesterday was in Progress in front of the main Entrance. At this Point the Terra Cotta pipe is Laid at a depth of seventeen feet elsewhere it was necessary to go Down Twenty two feet. An enormous Mound of Earth excavated lies at the very threshold of the administration building. In order to connect the Kitchen and the Wash House with the main sewer just described it was necessary to drive two tunnels through the Rock under the main building which at that Point is fifty two feet wide. The tunnels formed a very difficult and costly part of the work and a Large Force of men have been employed upon them for Many weeks past. Aut Matio pumps. The first Point of real interest connected with the sewage disposal system is the receiving pit or pumping station in the Ravine Between the Hospital and farm buildings. Through the two sewers above described the sewage from the entire institution is drained into the pumping pit. As it enters it passes through two grates which arrest All solids that would likly inter Fen with the operation of the machinery. Over the receiving pit a solid building of Concrete is erected. The sewage is lifted through underground pipe to the disc sisal Plant some four Hundred Yards northward by Means of three centrifugal pumps Ojo Duteil by electricity. The pumps which Are the first of the kind Ever installed in connection with sewage disposal at the Hospital operate on the principle of the dredge centrifugal pump and Are especially adapted to the work of pumping sewage by reason of the fact that solids no matter in what form Are easily manipulated. In the Brief interval that tin Plant has been in operation it has been called upon to negotiate very formidable matter no distinctively sewage and it has gotten away with it All even Large masses with evident ease. This Ilis mgt is the last Ilo uht As to whether the Plant can be kept in successful operation As pieces of bedding clothing and a great variety of articles owing to thu caprices of thu insane Are Apt to find their Way into Hospital sewage. The pumps average nine Hundred revolutions and have a capacity of 475 Gallons or minute. The pumps operate automatically. One or More pump May be pet continuously in operation. The usual method embracing tin use of floats is employed and As the flow of sewage increases or diminishes an additional pump is called into play or is thrown off. Sewage is diverted. The first pump was started up last saturday when True to the Promise of the trustees the sewage was divert a Oil from the canal. The Plant is now fully in use and a Fine Opportunity is afforded for observing its Riqie ratio. The sewage is Puni Oil from the receiving fit into try grit chamber at the filter Beds where it passes through two screens of three fourths of an Inch mesh into the primary settling Chambers three in number each sixty feet Long by sixteen feet wide and ten feet deep. From the settling chamber the liquid passes into the a a dosing chamber where it can be treated chemically if necessary As in the Case of contagion. Tin settings or solids Are removed from the Bottom of tie settling tank by Flushing or otherwise into a separate Reservoir where they Are converted into fertilizer. From the a a dosing tank thu sewage passes Lay a syphon into fifty Lour sprayers set in a filter bed composed of feet of gravel and Stone. As it is ejected from the sprayers each one of which resembles a Small Fountain thu sewage is aerated after which it filters through the Dee i bed of Stone and gravel and drains into the secondary settling tank which is the final stage of thu process. Eighty five percent pure. The affluence which is estimated to be 85 per cent pure drains into thu Little Stream nearby and is carried to the River. In its filtered state it is said to 1m quite As pure As River water above the Hospital for thu insane but the Hospital authorities have remotely in View the installation of an additional or Sand filter Wiir h will Render the effluent 95 or cent. Pure. The latter of course will have to be provided for by an additional appropriation. The sewage at present being treated embraces the administration building. Nurses Home the Kitchen and one sect Ion of the female Wing. In about two weeks time connection will be established with every part of the institution and thu pollution of the River by Hospital s wage will be a thing of the ballot when thu electors of Pennsylvania proceed to East their vote at the next election they will find themselves confronted with a Blanket Sheet the largest ballot Ever employed at any election held in this state. Thu customary specimen ballot arrived at the court House yesterday and to put it mildly it is a curiosity. Thu amendments to the Constitution to lie voted upon an responsible for thu unusual size of the ballot and they occupy probably nine tenths of the space. To he exact the Sample ballot is thirty four by Twenty two inches. At the top Are four Short columns providing for a state treasurer a a judge of thu supreme court and a judge of the court of common the last column on the right is Blank. None of these columns Are Over three inches Long. The first contains the names of the candidates for state treasurer in their places with the usual instructions for voting the second column the names of the candidates for judge of thu supreme court with instructions. The column for judge of the court of common pleas is left vacant while the last column also Blank has no designation. The rest of the Blanket Sheet is occupied by thu proposed amendments to thu Constitution Tea in number which Art to be voted on. Each amendment in order to make it explicit is printed out very fully tin lines in Plain Type running Clear across the ballot. At the right of each amendment is a Block of four squares. Two of these bordering on the text contain respect i ively thu words a a yes and adjoining these on the right Are two Blank squares. An x marked in thu Square at the right of the word a yes indicates a vote for the amendment. A similar x marked in the Square at the right of the word not indicates 1 a vote against the amendment. At the Bottom of the ballot is a 1 pro posed schedule for thu 1 amendments which Are to be voted on in thu same manner. The proposed amendments which were printed Anil Given a wide circulation throughout the state Are pretty generally understood by voters. As set Forth on the ballot they Are very Plain and those who have neglected to read up on thu subject will have no difficulty in getting at their True meaning. The drinking cups Danville elks individual drinking cups for pupils is a subject that is being discussed by patrons of our Public schools. Although no general action in the matter Lias been taken by school boards yet there is a constantly growing sentiment throughout the country ill favor of individual cups not Only for use in schools but also for railway trains and other places where Many jux sons meet and All classes mingle. Borough superintendent die Fen Bucher tuesday evening stated that Luis aware that such a sentiment exists in Danville. He himself is in favor of pupils using their own imps in school and is pleased to note that not a few of those attending our schools this term Are provided with individual cups. While nothing has Len done As to the matter yet this year at the open ing of the term last season or. Die Feii Hacher stated the teachers were urged to take up the matter with their pupils urging the use of individual cups. As a result last year individual drinking cups seemed to be almost the Rule in some of the buildings. Several of our physicians were interviewed yesterday and without exception they went on record of in favor of individual cups. It was explained that with the opening of the school term each year an increase in infectious diseases among children May in noted due it is believed to the practice of All or Many children drinking from the same cup at school. Of Lodge no. Locals had the open season begins the open season for blackbirds of All kinds Shore Birds a Nix Jack or Wilson and web footed fowl of All kinds begun yesterday. September 1st. And will continue until january 1st. Thu number that May be legally killed caught or trapped is unlimited. The above named ski Boies Are hardly abundant enough in this Section to prove of much interest to Hunters and the opening of the season yesterday created no stir. It will not he until october 1st, when Woodcock along with hear come in that the Hunters Here will begin to get Busy. On the 15th of october Squirrel wild Turkey Quail and pheasants May be legally taken shot or trap census Law entertained near Montandon. Mrs. W. J. Emerick pleasantly entertained the clerks of the Emerick store and their friends at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Oscar Gilbert near Montandon on tuesday evening. Those present were misses Ruth arms Bessie Hess Elsie Bon Nett Ruth do Mott Elsie Riffle Ivy Moyer Jennie Stuart messes. Myron be Choinier. Guy Hoke Allen Foni Wald. John Boot Finger. John Reilly. Arthur Reese. Anthony Sekulski William Kilt Harry Dailey William Breitenbauh Donald Gilbert and a liars Gilbert. On month s furlough. Midship Naii George Jacobs arrived in Liis City yesterday for a visit with his parents or. And mrs. W. Fred Jacobs Mill Street. Midshipman Juc 1 ohs is on a month s furlough following tin ending of the three months cruise of the u. S. S. Hartford one of the practice Squadron of the naval Academy at Anu Polis. On account of Many false returns sent in by enumerators of a Western City ten years ago in an Effort to bolster up the population the present act fixes a severe Jieu Alty for a census taker who violates his oath. If he shall wilfully and knowingly make a false certificate of a fictitious return he shall to deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour. And upon conviction shall be fined not exceeding $2. My and imprisonment not exceeding five years. The Bill also makes provision for those who May Handicap tin census taking work by refusing to answer questions. Any Jurson who ignores the questions propounded to him by an enumerator is liable to a Fine of $100 and the same penalty is prescribed for those who shall wilfully give answers that Are false. Two miners killed the eats of Berlin Are All registered and Wear a tag. Two miners William Thomas of it. Carmel and John Minnich of Natalie were instantly killed by a fall of Coal at the Natalie Colliery at 1 15 yesterday afternoon. The two men who were working partners in the same breast and fired a shot and had then returned. It is the usual custom with miners to dress the face of the breast immediately after firing a shot. This Thomas and min Nich neglected to do. The unfortunate men were sitting Down when without tin instant s warning a Large fall of Roek occurred the men being buried under tons of debris. Both were dead when extricated from under the rocks. Fifteenth wedding anniversary. Superintendent and mrs. D. N. Dieffenbache on tuesday evening celebrated their fifteen Ali wedding anniversary at their Home on Bloom Street. A Large number of friends gathered to extend Pongrat nations. Lady fractures Arm mrs. Michael Everly of Bloomsburg while visiting in this City tuesday fell Down and broke her Arm. Mrs. Eyerly is a guest at the Home of j. W. Eyerly. Spruce Street. Tuesday morning she started out to Call on a Friend on West Market Street. When near the court House she had occasion to stoop Down which caused her to become dizzy. Falling Forward she attempted to save herself by throwing out her Arm. In striking the ground her left Arm received her weight in such a manner As to break thu Bone. Or. Curry rendered surgical Aid reducing the fracture which occurred Between the Elbow and wrist. Mrs. Eyerly is eighty Throe years of age and it is feared recovery May be Tanner Sale thu Sala of the heirs of Joseph Tanner took place yesterday afternoon. The two farms in Derry township consisting of two sets of buildings and 189 acres of farm and Timber land were bought by Arthur mow re r for $3500. The Limestone Quarry in Limestone township was purchased by judge Blee for $80. Recovering from injury. Miss Ruth Diu Imick of Riverside who Hail her jaw badly fractured As the result of being struck by a foul Ball during a game at Dewitt spark on the occasion of the Farmers picnic was Able to leave the House yesterday for the first time since she received the injury. Surprise party. Or. And mrs. Charles 1. Whispell entertained a number of their friends at their Home on West Mahoning Street monday evening in Honor of mrs. a birthday. Refreshments were served. Those present were or. And mrs. A. C. Snyder or. And mrs. Myrt Fallon or. And mrs. Charles 1. Whispell John Moser. Mrs. Caroline Halderman mrs. John Ross mrs. Joseph Ricketts mrs. Laura Lovett. Laura Ward Lillian Snyder Helen Lovett Ethel Snyder. Hazel Lovett. Hazel Whispell William Whispell miss Annie Ricketts miss Ruth Steward Shamokin miss Isabella Rylund miss Edna Raup and Milton rank of Sunbury. The country will be glad to hear of increasing demands for Berry scale. State zoologist surface Harrisburg has had his attention called to the prevalence this year of a White scale on Raspberry Hughes which has done much damage. In replying to one correspondent who stated that a number of his Raspberry stalks were killed by the scale professor surface said this jux St is known As the Rose scale and is sometimes called the Raspberry scale. It does not attack Trees but it is quite injurious to Rose Bushes and Raspberry Bushes. It is to be killed by a Good Contact insecticide such As can be used successfully for san Jose scale. I have friends who have entirely cleaned it up in their Fields by the thorough use of the Lime Sulphur Wash Spray. I should use either the commercial Lime Sulphur Wash diluted one to eight or the Home boiled using the formula of seventeen Jim ads of Sulphur and Twenty two of Lime boiled together one hour with enough water to boil and then sufficient water added to make fifty Gallons supplying most of the water after boiling. A this is the regular Lime Sulphur Wash As prepared for san Jose scale. It is intended Only for dormant plants or. In other words to be applied when the leaves Are off but it can be used on la trunks of Trees Anil the stems of raspberries and roses where it does not get on the new growth of this year nor on the leaves. You can apply if to All parts of the tree above ground save those which have grown tills year. It can be applied with a paint Brush but it will be quicker and More economical to use a Spray pump and a More thorough Job can be done. A a instead of spraying the old Raspberry canes for scale at this time of year i recommend cutting them out and burning them at once. This gets rid of a great Many a its. The canes have already done their duty by bearing fruit and it will give More room fur new stalks to develop. Ii would be excellent practice to Cut and Burn old Raspberry and Blackb Rry Bushes As soon As the fruit is gathered. You would not Only kill insect jests hut also destroy disease germs. To get the Best possible results one should have a hot Brush tire built u pm which the newly Cut stalks could be thrown even burning them before they Wilt if All the jux a its Are to lie destroyed. If some of lie Young insects escape to the new canes they will not multiply rapidly enough to prove serious Anil this fall after the leaves have dropped Yon can Spray the stalks thoroughly with the Lime Sulphur Wash just the same As for san Jose Farewell party. A Farewell a party was tendered miss Laura Gething at her Home on Sli Street tuesday evening. Those a sent were misses Bertha Keefer i a a Gething Kate Weigold louis1 Wei Gold Jessie Hemerley Bertha Kessler Ida Boyer sin Gross Vinnie Montague Edna Mong Anna Kelly Dora Morrison messes. Arthur Harvey George Rischl Georg Crumb Janies Ford. Ben Mccoy John Kilfoil William Kessler Howard b a Ciar Neo Hendrickson William Anderson or. And mrs. Walter Gross and daughter Nellie or. And mrs. Walter Ricketts Anil daughter Emma. Refreshments were served and a very pleasant evening was sex it. Mrs. Edward Schatz of Philadelphia. Is visiting her parents or. Anil mis. Peter Kellar Church Street. Beat Shamokin Down to defeat went the Shamokin elks base Ball t e a m yesterday before the onslaughts of the incomparable team 54 of this City. The tossers from the Coal town completely at their mercy at ail stages and Only stopped making runs when the pedal extremities of the Danville base Numera became so tired from encircling the bases that it was feared the consequences might be serious. The score was 21 to 12. The Liue up of the Danville elks was Hoffman la Curry it Diehl 31marks if Vincent 2b, Jacobs of. Howe is. Anime Mau of. Rubinan p. W. G. Purse 1 is manager of the team and Clarence Kanpf assistant manager. The feature Paramount of the Gaum was the pitching of Sam c. Rubinan. Shamokin was unable to find the Danville twirler at any stage of the game and at some stages even Danville find him. His puzzling delivery included a remarkable array of curves his spit Ball and in shoot doing particularly fearful execution. Rubinan was ably sustained by John Curry behind the Bat. T. G. Vincent at second came in for second honors making a double play unassisted. Aside from the base Ball game the Shamokin elks gave their Brethren from this City a most excellent time which included an Outing during the Day on it. Poko and More entertainment at the social rooms last evening which lasted until the s a Cial left Foi Danville. Among the members of the order who took the trip Wen Harry Ellen Lidgen John arms. Joseppi h. Patton then. Hoffman Henry Divel John k. M. Curry Edward Purpur Ralph b. Diehl g. Fred Smith. Arthur h. Woolley. Philip Benzbach j. C. Pc if r. Or. C. Shultz. Simon Hoffman a. . H. Cole Emil Gawert m r. Fred Owen Sam Rubinan san Marks. Simon Ellenbogen w. Kasz West hurry Cromwell John Jacobs w. G. Pursel w. It Williams Geo. Leehner or. G. A. Stock Elmer Peters Fred Howe John Hixson 1 Edward w. Peters Arthur freeze Harvey Dietrich John f. Tooley Clarence Hanpt tints. G. Vincent Geo. Maiers Edward Fallon Carl �7 . W. W. Goliek Harry Wenck David Evans r. Scott Ammerman we. L. Morgen. East Orange x. J. V no. 135 Janies Ryan or. E. A. Curry t. J. Price. Surprise party. Miss Margaret Flanigan was tendered a pleasant Surprise party at her Home on East Market Street on saturday evening. Those present were Eft no Lii Lington Jennie Goodman. Florence Bollinger. Florence Lidington Mahle Bowman. Harriet Reeder dil lie Young Mary Gulisek and mrs. Edward Duke Charles Lidington Leroy Young Guy Case Daniel con Road Williard Brouse Merrian Gross Irvin Hetrick. Harry Lidington John Bollinger Hiram Young and William Duke of Northumberland and Ira Carl of Bloomsburg. Mary Litterer Clara Beyers Jessi Hartman. Helen Kelly. Blanche Reed Margaret Flanigan. Ivunie Montague Ella fans naught Blanche English Edna Seaman and Mary Renner. Arthur Harvey. George Krum Daniel Brady Paul Flanigan Ralph Heims. James Reed and Raymond Thomas. Refreshments were served and a very pleasant evening was spent. Belated Cherry crop. Cherries on the first Day of september Are a rarity. C. M. Johnston. 304 grand Street however is one of the few persons who enjoys the Novelty of eating cherries so late in tin season. One of his Trees which by thu Way bore a Good crop about july 4th, has produced a second or at least a belated yield the cherries being equally As Large and Well developed Aud Only a Little less luscious than those of the first crop. Or. Johnston left a Branch at this office tuesday which contained sixteen Fine Clu urics. Festival for Park Benefit. I a f s i i 1 will a in 11 at the Home i of John highs i 1 >0111 , this j evening. Thu proceeds will in devoted to thu pure iim1 of Flowers for memorial Park. Loo Creati. Cake Coffee and sandwiches on Sale. In cast of Ini lenient weather the festival will be held tomorrow evening. All Are invited. I Ethel Heidi Auger of Shamokin. To turned to her Home in great agony holding a Plait of her hair in her hands and said that some unknown Man grabbed her and Susi it ended her by Lier hair on a meat Hook and then old leaving her hanging. Her weight Tore some of her hair from her head and she fell
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