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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - September 5, 1901, Danville, PennsylvaniaHue paper the Home t he circulation of this paper is increasing rapidly. It evil pay you to advertise in the Amk Kincan subscription $1 per year a this country will never i entirely a re Danville 1 a. Vol. Keno a a. Until it supplies All of its own 1 pm an i s wit ii it sown productions Niri Isdar slip i i i i i . Job printing the office of the Amk Kincan oem furnished with a Large Ansot Tieti of Job letter and Lancy Type and Jot material generally the t us shei announces to the Public that he 1� prepared at All times to execute m the neatest Mamer Job printing of All k kinds and dec option established i n is.�?��"�. Or. In Vii h. M .v77 of for to Quot i i n Nim a 9 a. It Quot i r i i Quot a a r m 10. Mill it a. Rill. Sin i i a. A a a a a c. 425 St diseases of tie Stone i Sitty Iulla at a hearing begot a Justice Bare yesterday to Ruig. In nah i Al a Aeh and intestine a hearing took place before Justice of the peace .1 i. Hare Veater Dav morning ill which associate judge Hank hlee Watly a defendant. The was George a. Devil it Erger and a the charge was assault and Battery 1 lie facts of the Case As brought out at the hearing seem a it follow on August 15tli As or. Densberger accompanied by a liar Les Richards was driving front this City toward Mausdale when near tie Mill at he latter place lie was Over taken by i. Hee win was driving a two Livorse Carriage having on Board i t sides himself his Uiese miss Jennie Butler and a gentleman by Ibe name ref George k. Flint of Massa Tiu setts. Both vehicles were driving along in a leisurely gait when or. Densber str suddenly stopped fora few moments office opposite Busto store Danville a. A a a a a versa lion with l. K. . Who just then came along. At the Auie moment the Tongue of or. Glee a convey Jit. W. A. \ Muk dentist offid. Ims Mil l. Or kept. Erllin extracted without in Ain. A Wii Ami i trudge work a specially. Equipped with hit intent unit most improved and prepared in execute the most dirty Fielt work. Or. C. Ii. Reynolds dentist. Passed away sunday morning after Long sickness. Dentistry in All its branches a barges moderate and All work guaranteed. Established 192. The Christian Endeavor society of the mans Dale reformed Church will hold a festival at Bines school House on sat or Day sept. 7. Everybody invited. Walter Low Rie son Vav. Hovrie Strawberry Ridge will he enrolled among the students at Lafayette College this year. When school begins a hot wave usually accompanies the first sessions. South Danville is daily infested with beggars. Thousands of miners ate Idle in the Anthracite regions on account of the mines being flooded with water. Labor Day 1901 will go Down in history As the most generally celebrated of any labor Day Ever observed. John Marshall and o. A. Mellin found a Den of copperheads Down along the River sunday. They slaughtered ten of the venomous reptiles. The Mountain excursion lists Are Lieut ing the seashore folks coming Home. The Pieric season will soon be on the ragged Edge. About the first thing the a Early front will Niff Quot a i be several political booms. Have you any Iron or icel scrap for Sale k. R. Leaf a co., Brown building Danville a. The individuals who Are victims of Hay fever Are just now suffering the a Imus afflictions. Done to forget the salvation army a then air service to night in South Danville near the station. There is a laugh in every line of a where the laugh comes in a musical comedy by Chas. W. Chase the Well known writer. It is said to la Oue of the most comical and witty of any farce comedy written and those who like an evening of real Good fun should not miss this treat which will be presented by manager Melville Daniels at the opera House on saturday evening. That autumn is close upon us is evident by the Cool mornings and evenings of this week. Politicians Are now at work on marking a a 11 Tuniks and making estimates. Hie thing about these estimates is that they never hold out. Probably the reason for this is that tie voters Mark the ballots not the a Politi Ciakis. Or. Elmer inf Xhani who last season starred under tin management of Shipman Brothers in a the prisoner of Zenda playing the dual role of King Rudolf and Rudolph Rass Endyll. Will lie seen this season As Quot Tom Driscoll a in the production of pudd head Wilson. Alexander Billmeyer has purchased the farm near Limestone Vil be. Known As the Dunkel farm containing sixty one acres from mrs. James k. Shell and Janies s. Shell and wife. The consideration was 4,800. Or. Billmeyer takes immediate Possession. Few oysters have la Een received in this City yet although the Calendar seas it ii opened on sunday. The shipments will Lee Light until Frost comes. Danville has u few boys who ride their bicycles without holding on to the handle bars. In some cities the authorities assume that such riders Are incapable of taking care of themselves and prohibit the practice under penalty of a Fine. The lied Lens House recently remodeler has become an important Factor in the entertainment of the Public. The dining room which is one of the most commodious seats a Hundred at one time. The Long Row of tables tastefully spread for the accommodation of this number presents an attractive appearance. A Nee struck or. Densberger on the Back. This let a to some words Between the two or. Hlee insisting that Densber germs sudden Stop was responsible for the collision be being unable to control Bis horses. Or. Hlee then drove ahead and stopped at the grist Mill to transact some business lie bad scarcely enter a Fie Mill when lie was confronted with Densberger who had driven up after him demanding a further explanation a to Why he had driven into his Carriage. The quarrel was Here renewed which resulted in a personal encounter. It is not Clear who struck the Hist blow if any were passed but or. Hlee a stained a couple broken rib by falling Over a Box. He was in �1 lip n couple of weeks As the result. Or. Densberger was not injure 1 by the Tongue of or. Bleeds Wagon. Some half a dozen witnesses were heard at the hearing yesterday including l r. 1�. Hoffa miss Butler or. Flint. Harry Winters Charles Richards l. K. Johnson Ami others. The Justice did not consider the Case a Clear one and he reserved his decision until monday next at 10 of clock the defendant being held in his own recognizance. Seriously injured by an explosion. Michael Mcdonald the eight year old son of mrs James Dailey Laurel Street met with a most painful Accident it Ester Day afternoon. During the recent How i a Small by i a augite Cap was washed into the cellar from the 1. It amp r. Tracks close by and was found by or. Dailey who placed it in a fruit Jar. In making preparations to use the Jar yesterday mrs. Dailey placed the Cap in what she thought was a Safe place on the Side porch. It was not Long however before her Young son found the dangerous article Ami took it into the Back Yard. He pounded the cup with a Good sized Stone and naturally there was an explosion. The boy was badly burned about the face and a Chest Ami internal injuries Are also feared. Or. Kimerer is the attending physician. Survey nearly completed. The Survey of the streets which is being made by j. Murray Africa for the j purpose of ascertaining the Cost of severing the City will be completed about tin Middle of next week weather permitting. Bart of Bloom Street and a few adjacent streets Are All that remain to be surveyed. A map will then be made. On the corps with or. Africa Are e. F. Block j. 1. My ton r. Forges and Bruce Reed of Huntingdon and Howard Clark of South Danville. Charles Bird a widely known resident of this City departed this life sunday morning after a Long siege of suffering. The deceased win was 05 years of age was a native of a i Toter county born in the Vicinity of roaring Creek. In Early life be Learned the Trade of machinist. In 1875 he went West taking up his residence in Iowa where he remained for Lour years Ith i lie exception of that interval his whole life was spent in Danville where for forty years be was employed at the heading Iron works. He had Many friends. He was a Well informed Man and a skillful Workman. Courteous to his Fellows Ami retiring in manner he was influenced by High ideals of life and duly. He served one term As superintendent of the water works hut beyond this he did not aspire to Public position of any sort. He was a member of St. Paul s m. E. Church and a consistent Chris Tum. The deceased is survived by his wife Ami five children. Of Bis sons Wellington ii., resides in Philadelphia and John a in Pittsburg. Two of the daughters. Misses Alice and Emma Resillez at Home. Janet another a laughter i librarian of the state Norm Al school at Millersville. I. A thousand people present. Dewitt spark where hit la Ese company held its annual picnic proved a popular objective Point among the several thousand pleasure seekers attracted to our town monday. Especially after the Parade in the afternoon Ami during the evening people were Riv in Over to the Park by Hundred. It was estimated that in All Over a thousand persons were on the ground the rain interfered to some extent with the out of door sport but a Lancing in the Pavilion went on without any interruption. The music was furnished by Wyles orchestra. The crowd generally found amusement in the races which Weie Pulle a a i during the afternoon. The winners w Ere As follows one Hundred Yards dash first prize Silver medal j. C Bingham of slip Inkin Secoll prize a Bat John Mccloud of this City. Pie eating contest pair of hoes Frank Mccaffrey. Bag race first prize a liar Sleiman Prentiss second prize pair of hoes Harry of Brian. Two Hundred and Twenty \ ants dash a first prize Silver medal Miehael Mihigan Secoll prize silk umbrella. Arthur Williams third prize pair a shoes Stephen Haver. A me is upward sofa thousand in line William sport takes first honors. In spite of unfavourable weather conditions which might have dampened the ardor of a Les enthusiastic throng the program of the reunion of the knights of the Golden Eagle with a single exception monday was carried through As arranged. So that together with the picnic of the Continental Hose company and other attractions labor Day was celebrated Quot ii a Scab Ami with a brilliancy and Success that surpassed any demonstration since the Day was founded. When our town awakened monday a morning the monotonous and dispiriting drip of falling rain was the first sound that greeted the ear. This continued until nearly nine of clock when the Clouds broke away. Meanwhile the Loca Castle not at All daunted was preparing for the reception a if visitor. At 9 30 of clock a special train arrived from Williamsport on the p. A r. Railway hearing 528 people. Cars had been provided for 1000, hut owing to the rain which was falling heavily Only the number above named were at the station when the time arrived for the train to Start. At 9 50 a special train mid at South Danville bearing the Sli Amosiii contingent Ami a number from Williamsport Ami intermediate Points several hum Rcd in All. A special West bound on the p. R. Railway arrived at 1 10 p. In., having on Board 300 from Bloomsburg Ami 200 from Catawissa. Another Hundred persons from the latter town came Down on the regular Pennsylvania train at 12 15. By noon the streets were filled with strange faces sir knights in their trim and tasty uniform and others in citizen a costume Many of them escorting Brief mention of the doings of your Friels Ami acquaintances. Mrs. G. F. Smith Mill spend ing a few weeks with friends in i Liila Delphia Ami Atlantic City. Mrs. Marshall Zehnder Aud daughter. Miss Mary of Scrantom Are the guests of or. And mrs. James Foster at the cottage Hunters Park. 1 lie Rev. Harry Curtin Harman spent several hours in Sainbury yesterday. Or. And mrs. I. C. Houser left yesterday for Carlisle w Here they w ill take up their residence. Or. Houser will enter the senior class of the Dickinson Law school. E. B. Harvey of Jameson City re turned a Home yesterday after a visit at the Home of j. R. Gearhart Kaseville. Charles Whispell of Berwick who Lias been the guest of Charles Halder Man Little Ash Street returned Home yesterday. Miss Irina Thomson return cd last evening from a visit with mis Miry new hard Sunbury. Mrs. Rebecca Long of Nanticoke arrived in this City last evening for a visit with mrs. Alice Snyder front Street. Sarah Freese left last evening for Lewisburg after a visit with friends in this City. Mrs. Jennie Stepp of Shamokin returned Home yesterday after a visit at the residence of George Long. Lower Mulberry Street. Mrs. C. Moyer Mill Street visited friends in Sunbury yesterday. Charles re Perl of Patterson n. J., i a visitor at the Home a of i parents on Mill Street. Mis Helen Forrest of Lewisburg the guest of or. And mrs. Butler Edgar ,.ulips be air was tilled with music Mill Street. Discourse in a the bunds As Lime Anarch miss Ethel Swank of Catawissa. Lias a a a and from the stations returned Home after a visit with miss a at 1 3 o clock the Parade formed at it i p Carrie Hoover. South Danville. Bloom Ami Mill streets moving at mrs. W. H. Gobi and daughter Helen of clock. By this time an Tim Iii Black a of Watsontown spent sunday As guests of mrs. Thomas Mcmahan Spruce Street. Miss Carrie Feidt a of Millersburg is visiting mrs. W d. Startzell on Mill Street. Miss Julia Huber of Middletown conn., is visiting her sister mrs. A. B. Russell East Market Street. Mrs. Mary a. Moyer is visiting relatives in Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Mrs. Charles g. Loud Aud a laughter Bertha Ai visiting relatives in will Iai sport. A Cloud filled the whole Northern sky rapidly rising toward the Zenith. Scarcely had the Parade got tarted when it began to rain slowly. With Only a few exceptions the Para lers kept in a he ranks and although the March was anything but a pleasant one the entire route was covered j Seldom has any Parade in this City surpassed mondays pageantry either in Point of quinters. Drill or equipage. There were nearly a thou amt men in line. Not the least to be admired were our three tire companies in their neat and handsome uniform As Well us Harry Sweeley wife Ami child of Montour Castle no. Iso which in no re september term of court. Court Liis month Winch will Convent on monday the 23rd inst is Remar Kubie As having on its list a greater volume Ltd of criminal business than has been crowded into one term for very Many years past. There Are already Twenty three criminal cases to dispose of among them the one of involuntary Inan Slaught or in which George Sommers and Miles suss Man whose horse ran away and caused the death of Wellington Hartman Are the defendants. This Case alone May occupy two or three a lays. Obviously there will he Little if any time left Foi the trial of civil cases several of which Are pending. Under the circumstances a number of those interested have decided to ask for an a lid tonal week of court in october to be a be voted to civil cases. Jewish new year. Rosha Shoria. The jewish new year will Lee celebrated by the jewish people throughout the entire world on saturday and sunday september 14th and 15th. Or according to the jewish calender on the first Day a of Tishri 5 912. The congregation Ltd of the b Xai Zion synagogue will hold appropriate services on these holidays with special music by the choir. Notice to parents. For some time past Many residents of Ibe City have been annoyed evenings by a number of Small boys who loaf arum the Street Corners. Parts of the City in which the churches Are located Are particularly referred to. Parents Are Al Vised to keep their boys away from the reef Corners of it will be necessary to make arrests if this habit is not broken up at once. C. Minck Mokit chief of police. The second shoot in Milton s favor. The second of 11 a a a series of inter City shoots Between Dauville and Milton was held on the Milton Hod and gun clubs grounds yesterday afternoon. The Milton club shot a total of 11 Birds the Danville club shooting 198 Birds. This defeat of the local club evens up matters. Do he last shoot of the series will take place next wednesday at Milton it having been previously arranged to hold the deciding contest at the place where the largest score was made. A child a bad injury. A Small child of Alfred Caudle of the fourth Ward was injured at the merry go round at Dewitt spark on monday the Little one kept it eat when the machinery stopped but when it started up again it attempted to leave the car. The result was that it fell its foot catch ing in one of the rods in which position it was dragged quite a distance before the machinery could be stopped. The shoe w As torn off Ami i he foot and leg very badly wrenched. The child unable to walk was brought Over to town in a Hack and carried to its Home by Harry Kearns. An iceman s bad Accident. William a obey of Bloomsburg w to is employed on i lie ice Wagon of j. W. Berninger met with a dangerous Accident tuesday afternoon. He was at work about the barn and in descending from tin hit Moi jumped upon the prong of a Pitchfork which penetrate the Ball of the left for to to a a dept i of nearly half an Inch. Some apprehension As to results is Felt As the prong was More or less Rusty. Or. 1. A. Barber has the Case in charge. Due to abundant rain. Notwithstanding unsanitary conditions the Public health of our town continues fairly go a of a even though we Are passing through the sickly season. This is because a kind Providence Lias sent us abundant rain to cleanse the open sewers about town. Miss Hunter becomes a Bride. Miss Cordelia b Hunter of this City was married yesterday afternoon to Charles w. Lindner of Watsontown the nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. Harry Curtin Harman at the residence of the brides father Erwin Hunter at 3 of clock Charles Vav. Hunter brother of the Bride w As Best Man Ami miss Laura Hunter sister bridesmaid. The newly wedded couple left on the 4 57 Pennsylvania train for a trip. Lumber arriving. Another car log Al of heavy Timber has arrived at the Reading Iron works while several others Are expected to reach Here a Day or so later. The work of framing will in doubt begin yet a lining the present week. September 5th, 1901. There will be a meeting a of the clerks this evening at eight o clock in the g. A. R. Hall All Sale ladies and salesmen Are expected to be present. District organizer or a Nell of Bamo Kin and others will me t with a Ami have the charter. Relaying dram. The Reading Iron company is relaying the Drain on the North Side of North Guiher Huml Street extending from the offices to Mahonin Creek. The purpose of the Drain is to carry Oft the surface water in times of rain Williamsport arrived in this City it amur a Lay for a weeks visit. Simon Krebs of Somerset arrived in this City saturday for a visit at the Home of c. P. Hancock. Or. And mrs. William Maldacker Mianna Wendel Aud miss Sarah Laidacker South Danville left tuesday for the pan american expo itis in and thousand islands. Thomas Lawrence of new York returned Home tuesday after a visit with his parents or. And mrs. William Lawrence Mausdale. Miss Nellie Geise Pine Street has returned Home from a visit with relatives in Reading. Miss Mary Wetzell i visiting relatives in Philadelphia. Mrs. Jane Hearn and miss Jennie Mccabe return Eil to Philadelphia tuesday after a visit with or. Margaret Black Spruce Street. John Jacob. ., of Pittsburg Arii cd in this City tuesday for a visit with his parents. Harry n. Russell of new York left tuesday for Philadelphia after a visit with his Mother mrs. A. A. Russell Bloom Street. Charles Hunter spent yesterday morning with friends in Bloon Isburg. James Black of Philadelphia arrived in this City yesterday to attend the funeral of mrs. Thomas Black which took place this morning. Miss Harriet Jones Church Street spent yesterday with friends in blooms Burg. Miss Laura Keier of Mooresburg returned Home tuesday after a visit at the resilience of Lames Robison Bloom St Reet. Geiser an i son Harold of Philadelphia spent tuesday with friends in this a Ity leaving in the evening for s we nod a. Might a Bessie Courson a of Washington Ville returned file it a a trip to Philadelphia Yuster Dav. Miss Louii a Wolf returned to it Hazleton yesterday after a visit with Friels in this City. Sped suffered by comparison with any of the visiting bulges. Following is the line of March first Iii vision. Policemen. Council in Carriage. Lief marshal i. Hunt Aii its. Milton Lewisburg. St Ltd est band. Friem ship Eire company. Washington Hose company. Goodwill Hose company. See 0ni division. A. A. Atnes Bury. Asset marshal. Gram officers Carriage. Washington drum corps. Williamsport Mascot mounted. Williamsport con Mandery Williamsport Castle. Catawissa band. Catawissa Castle. Quot hit Okiu Castle. Lewisburg band. Lewisburg Castle. Miil Linburg Castle. Ill i Al it division. W n. Yat Ihorn asset. Marshal. Milton Rami. Milton Castle. Watsontown Castle. Bloon Isburg band. Bloomsburg Castle. It chanies Ville band. Montour Castle. Kol Tii division. Evan Bevan asset. Marshal ladies Temple float. K. G. E. Float. When the route of Parade was covered the rain was falling briskly. D was therefore decided to omit the addresses at Market Square and an announcement was made accordingly although grand chief James ii Hutchinson and Gruidl vice chief George c. Stahl each of i whom w a hooked for a speech were i upon the stand ready to carry out their i part of thu program. The Williamsport con Mandery and the Catawissa Castle each gave a a Grill upon the Square after which the judge consisting of Amos Yastine a. L. Brandt and George Sechler rendered heir decision. Prizes were the schools of the Borough open auspiciously tuesday. La he first a Lay of Cly a a a i tuesday brought Cut u Large of Pupil which slightly surpassed 111� lilt or f the first Day last Teini there wire in All 1132 pupils Elmith a of these to t Are in the High school. The to to i at Tendance will Rise beyond this number As there was Carely a teacher tuesday hut a ported several pupils of the school Ageas detained it Home by one cause or another. Every school in thu Borough halt been thoroughly renovated and present. A fresh and attractive appearance. Manure pairs have been made probably the most Murkell improvement being in the senior secondary and the grammar school rooms us the first Ward where the old a blackboards which were Inu i hie worse for their Long Wear have been replaced by slate ones the Walls and ceiling Calci mined and the desks which were much defaced planed Dow n und varnished. At the close of the session tue a a Lay afternoon in response to a Call from Borough superintendent u. I. Girly the corps of teachers assembled in the a Gigli school building for u discussion of matters relating to school work. The present term finds More change among the teachers than have occurred in a he Bor Ough of a or several years past. Among the new faces were Fred Ream who succeeds or. Diet Eisbacher in the second Ward grammar school e. B. Barnett the newly elected principal of the 1�?~liird Ward grammar school Ami miss Mary Williams teacher of the Secoll Grade of the second Ward schools. M i Bessie Kuse tuesday was teaching As a substitute in place of miss Alice Bird. At the meet ing a general outline of work was arranged for the present term. Psychology was the subject elected for pedagogical study and a Coure of supplementary rending was derided upon. A superintendent Gordo no lied thu True Bis that the system of education Misti Tuter by i predecessor. Superintendent Honker. Would be Folio we a out during the coming year. The school rooms Are general tilled As far As consistent with Comfort. I lure is nowhere any Crown ling except top Abby in two grades of the so oui War. To facilitate matters there something of a departure has been made. The grammar and the senior secondary schools have been combined the teachers doing departmental work. Or. Ream teaches in the four Gnu fest history geography arithmetic algebra Ami civil government while mib it in. To the senior secondary earlier has the remaining branches language and Gram mar Reading writing and physiology. Awarded a follows or. And mrs. John Bird of Pittsburg Twenty live dollars in Gold to the returned Home Yeste Nlay after attend Williamsport to Omnia Lerv As showing ing the funeral of tin late a liar Les Bird the Best Drill five dollars in Gold to the Morton Clire Lilii. to i a to. Is one tin i Vest enter a Here tie a ill resume his k latest distance ten dollars in a old to in in sat Girard College after a visit a a a Milton i Astle a the one Beste air nit i relatives in this City Pali live ill Lars in to the Catawissa Astle a tin one excelling in Drill a a Bible to Ltd the Bloomsburg a astir a the mis Eva Ditzler Muncy returned Home yesterday after a visit with her brother w. E. Ditzler Mill Street. Mrs. William Speiser wet Mahoning Street spent yesterday with Friels in Mil ton. Mrs. Susan my a lure and i Mae Mcclure of a anon City cob. Left yesterday for Philadelphia after a visit it thu Home of John Mcclure Ash Street misses and Alda Bassett Mill one having the greatest Nti Nihn in line sixty six men. Farewell Sermon. Rev. A. B. Bowser will preach Bis Farewell Sermon ii pastor of the first Baptist Church this City. Sunday next next week in will remove with his family la a Millville. N. J., where he Lia accepted a Call. The Fust Baptist Church Street returned tuesday evening hmm a Here has not a yet accepted a a tor to it visit i Pabila Idelphia. Succeed Rev. By a want an old newspaper. Through the Courtesy of or. Frank Sechler we have been permitted to Peru a a very old copy of the a Danville intelligencer a bearing the a late of a a a temper 24, 1831. It is full of Tackson Iii democracy with allusions to Ltd person whose names now Are rend Only on tombstones. A part Giali relating to the Pennsylvania canal i apropos at the present time. It reads i in wednesday eve it Ning is a 1 t Rived at this place from Nanticoke. Via. The North Branch anal Laden with shingles bed Post and cheese. This we believe is the first t which effected a passage Nanticoke to Danville Ami it would have proceeded further but the Levels lie tween this and Northumberland Are not yet a supplied with water to Hoat a loaded boat consequently the owner sold their shingles for what they would bring Here stored their bed Post pedal cd Quot to their cheese at a Low Price Ami it irined Home. If the water i not drawn Oil and no Accident occurs the North Branch division will be navigable the whole distance after this week buried at it. Vernon. I lie remains of the late Charle Bird were consigned to their last resting p act in it. Vernon eerie Tiv at i verve height. Tuesday Aftena Uiti fun ii Rai was largely attended. I be i vices were conducted by Rev. Harry Curtin Harman of Lii Eit v i Isth d by Rev. R. Allen of Riverside ii pall bearers were Tho thu i. Antrim Charle Limberger i ii Yunnan Christian Laii Hach Ami i i Owen. Mrs. Wheeler of Philadelphia Sisler of the deceased arrived in Dan Ville on the 2 21 Pennsylvania train while the funeral was m Progress. Harvest festival. The Dato a red Foi thu annual if. I Vest festival to he in la a by 11��T� Valv it on army at to Weir Hull on l a try to t a i i. To 17th i a Are already soliciting donation Ami w gratefully accept any gift of food for nit lire clothing fruit. Vegetable c eerie Anil in fact anything and Ever thing of a scalable character. I in of fort is especially to help the a Cal a look entertained friends. Mis Varah i a Lemmei a note Tau a i a number of fru my at a phonograph p it it at her borne on i Street last a a veiling after the concert refreshments we in a i veil Olloe pre ent Werp Gie. Here a. Die Ami m a Maggie Ami May nine Hiatt Laura and Katie Fry Emma Garow Lillian Neva Mary Kreiger Mary i Lizzie Ali Dlutman and Emma Neva. It had mrs. I i Marie Mew Beniamin i m Iam and la Lwin a Dewart Frank a a it i \ hum Man pan Al Relmar of , not kit turn we Homo. Paul k Lech tier of Millhi Uhteg wlm a a at. Tended the k g e. Reunion in tin Eirv Oil monday a Trango la a i appear eel lie is a Young in in Almut Twenty years of age and a Barber by olt curation. I Parent became very uneasy when it was found did not accompany the Castle on it return monday night their alarm increased on tuesday when the Day passed Ami lie a lid not put in an up Pearn nce. Yesterday the Young Many a father came As Lar As Sunbury where it was rumoured Paul had been arrested Ami was detained in the lock up. This wan found to it be untrue. The Man then went a a ver to not t Linin Berlam with the Hope of finding some clue t a his son. Heating nothing of him there he la Lellio Iier a to this City thinking be might have been a be tame Here by the officer of hie Law. Our police however were unable to give any information As to Bis Whert a Hunt. They bad Lieuard nothing of him Ami were unable to Timi any one in town who knew him summer Outing ends with labor Day. The summer Outing pretty generally comes to an end with labor Day. The homeward Rush Seta ill about this time and then a general getting Clown to business. It i said that at least one half of Danville a vacation during the summer. Vacation traffic this Zinmer a excelled that of any previous season. From All the resorts come reports of record break us crowds and overtaxed accommodations at the hotel and cottages with a proportionate increase of expenditures by the visitors. In addition to being an Evi Lens a of Prosper by the increased traffic i proof that the vacation habit i rapidly spread i ing among american people. There was a time and that but a few year ago. When vacations were practically confined to persons of Leisure and Means but there a been a great change since then the vacation spirit has permeate Lall classes and it an exceptional Case when any person in in Lerate circumstances a Loe not indulge in a Ummer Outing. Those who toil with either hand or brain have at last realized the benefits to be derived from a resting time Aud a change a of environments and the break once made Thev become habitual vacation lists to far As summer out no Are concerned. The Benefit of a of recreation Are seen in the quickening of mental Anil physical vigor and the cd Peme with which the Jotie a a Ever Day life Are again entered Aipou. The vacation habit i a go a of a one not encourage. Annual meeting of medical society. The annual meeting of the Montour county medical a Kiety a held at the state Hospital on thursday afternoon. Those present were drs. K. Kimerer Herbert Adams t b. Winter teen. George a. Stock ii b. Meredith Ida Ashenhurst p. C. New Baker Gilbert t. Smith j. E. Robbins and e. A Curry. Theft allowing a a of incr were elected president or. T b Vinter teen. First n ice president. Or g a Quot Tock second Vic president or. Gilbert i Smith cd Are pending Secretary or Ida a a Nhury to Secretary. Or. r Kimerer. Treasurer or. P. A. New Baker or free a Wintersteen an i tick were in pointed to attend the meeting of the state society to he held in Piil Melphia in septem Lier the next meet ing of the local society will be heir a at the office a of let a. Kimerer on thursday a a to or 17th. A Complete . Play goer w ill be grateful to Robert b. Mantheii tin season for he mean to a revive a repertoire Ltd classical drama which Anro a a Brilliant treat of or students in Art and a literature no other american actor is a rap. So a Well Stltt Cal to portray a Range of the great characters of tin Hlson in and romantic drama few at or indeed la a a Ulm a be a Pialle a to Active a the melancholy if Inlet Ute a the and ulv Loving come la a Iii Otto a the in. A a Nung Roche lieu and he Noble magnificent it thelly net even More roles than these Are f and in or Mantheii it. A tid in manner. No w haul y. A sorr Ltd i Index a him with a representative company an Iez Uip Al him with a Superb it of Complete pre tin worker we a. I in turd a evening at o clock re iils can r Kline of a Triville an Etc ply Eye of the Gnu ran we a Rke my Ali Quot a in a \. A Tritchler wry re mar rid by the Rev. Curt i. in a to it a a the covenant Presb Tyrnn a i Nirali at i residence. I pm it my Telegram. 8nrpn� party. A it pne party Ivan to a min Carne Pula re a her Ion a it i ii to Dan vile or i a a a a i a evening those pres Elit were min he Rencz i inn mag Gie it a Itz. Edna drum is icky Ltd her. N Ridky a la or Marty in a Nurtie Man neg. Susie Ritter Negim Ris firl. A Boche Gas. Eva Manning and Clvde y. M v a elect he of officer. To the annual election it of Quot flin a for the n. M c a., held iut Day a veiling. The following we re elem Tell pre a Lent Howard p. Sheltr n n e l or Kleist a my in it. Tom Ufer it bpm \ a Glesh Serret Arv. Beverly Mim Elmazi off it our prices your orders. Blore Lacr Mii ton wins i i j old tinier to la�4 Twu of a8r.eaf to Bra a game. I be Milton bae Ball j a irn eyed to i in City ortday and in the amate me lit und dismay Ltd of the Lafe defeat Eythe a Buhl timers by a score of id to i. They started in by making of a pm run in the first inning and kept on making them As if they were hired to do to Redcay the Milton Pitcher had Tlle Home team guessing except at a no a when a hit did t cd a unt. Tur Gilbert it Wasano Fludy the Milton gentlemen touching him up for 12 bit me of them a two Bagger Shannon played a alar game catching two difficult the and making two Clever a in to. Danville s lonely run wan made in the first inning. Goth secured bit bae on Halin. Stole second and came Home on Hoffman s tut. This run saved a shutout which it it a the Home ground would have la Yeii Gnevo. Oberdorf grew angry enough to quit in the eighth in Ning he was caught at second trying to make a Home run out of a base hit James took his place in left Field it it a satisfaction to know that the lid Limer a did la eat the Milton boys on Tbs 15th of August by a score of 4 to i. The Acore follow i Lvov. A. H. A a. A. 1. Hertz 2b 4 3 it 2 a . 1 2 3 u 4 n 3b2 2 it 3 u Logan be. 1 3 3 1 3 re 1 Cay p1 1 1 u spot is. If. U 1 1 2 w . Ill. U u it it u Lynn of. 1 a a 1 u a Green of. 0 1 u it u total. In 12 or 9 3 a Anatlie n. U. I. A. A. To a. 2b1 u 4 1 3 it Burdorf. If. 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