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Lebanon Semi Weekly News Newspaper Archives Jul 28 1910, Page 1

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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lebanon, Pennsylvania V i fan Smow deftly in summer to tile newspapers arc full of horrifying stories of the death list r and extremely old in nursing infants Ana a still being fed largely on milk this is usually due to the Quality of the milk and in aged people to a general of the system because of extreme a great Many of the deaths Are due to digestive and these can usually be i itt igaldwell9 laxative water or infant contains nothing in free Sample bottle by addressing i 400 Cal Well Takh his i Jpn after Havink been missing eve Cral Ada in Haas was found hanging by he neck in n Wood shed on the rear of Nis property on main the discovery i t Iven by list evening by the Wonus auxiliary of leaves for China american and China flags presented and Star Span filed Banner Sang a reception in Honor of miss lil Lian of this was held in the auditorium f the Youngf men Christian association last infantile its appearance in tin county a Terr smitten year old son of i Thomas of county has its first Cane of infantile paralysis in that of the five j4ar old son of of the boy was taken Bick on july Fol lowing a visit to Thih where he had partaken of a Walnut Sun Dae and for four Days his condition wan considered most he 1s flow reported by of this who is the attending Phy to in out of die left Arm of the Little patient is dead the right shoulder is although there is motion of the right neither is he Able As yet to lift his head off the in other places infantile paralysis has attracted the attention of the state health de pert Oneaita As the of the Dis of a Large number of in Bethlehem and Catas Aiulua and several cases have been reported in Philadelphia and other was by his wife shortly be salvos i fore sly Oclock yesterday family troubles Are thought to have been the cause of tie mans Deputy Coroner of was summoned and made an Ifo a Lury Ronalx tons of Isaac Ira Morris Howard Berter b which after hearing the Fanony Mulmed n of suicidal pfc Asod was n son of and and was Horn at where his Par i miss Graeff will leave for san fran Cisco Friday morning on the Oclock August 10th she wll sail from the port of san Francisco where she will visit for about ten at the meeting last evening More i ban too people were in Clad httm5 go rec the eight year of Tea of Valentine a near eighth and Lehman narrowly escaped i death by tuesday after and although the flow of blood wat staunch in to child is lying at her Home in weaken d she and her brother ten were hurling Stone about fhe inn one struck the Little girl on the left Side of the the left Temple the child lost a Lare Quantity of blood before John Walter could be summoned to staunch the it Steinmetz Dies at age of 82 pah sad away his Hsihe at Phrai f i v l 4fc i j j i i l i f meet tic a thu Aldax july it 4 miss Lydia Liv Hagoort gave exhibition of spinning Myerstown Many were at one time revised in soil Ali Ann Volle Avinor his father died business until about a year ago conducted a shop at that it to issued License cards Tor All Street cars City clerk on tues aloof Barteet cars in service in the City on suburban the rail company paid for each car of used for passenger and Fra teen licenses were the on october the beginning of the year having occurred last Tae licenses could not be issued previous to this owing1 to Sev eral delays which could not be the licenses were paid this year by the Lebanon Valley Street railway though a next of 420 will probably be from the Reading Trail which Bow controls the local ins ladles of or Etna and or president of hip woman presented an american and chinese Flash to miss Graeff is a Token of remembrance from the woman auxiliary of the Siml he Learned the a Donns mens Christian in making the presentation commended the work of miss Ora eff As president of the woman auxiliary and As an in neat worker in Al the meetings and duties which fell to her in behalf of the auxiliary Lem Berger wished miss Ora eff a pleasant a Fine visit and a Safe re turn miss Graeff in said that he deeply appreciates the kindness shown by the ladies and spoke of her interest in the woman auxiliary Star pan gift other features of Tho pro ram was a by misses Susan Reno evil and Jennie and a piano Sofo rendered by a closing number the audience Sang the Star spangled after which refreshments or ice Cream and pretzels were place did Starel up in business on main top was 2s years of use and is survived by his a child and two Haas was a member of the reformed con of Bellemans funeral on v from tils services in a Ellaj mans Laflen Slager interment n tie cemetery adjoining the undertaker Derr Baa Mark its attended midweek markets on South eighth Street and on North ninth were Well attended this morning by other Market Days for several weeks every body deemed in search of Many expected to tend it plentiful Swul for the Corn was More than in proportion to the number of Farmers in but h was High Twenty cents a being demanded for All Stock which arrived was sold ions before the Bell rang for the opening of the and later patrons secured some fair Quality Corn at fifteen cents the there was also a goodly Supply of fruit and berries ibis morning at varying Henry Snavely has started to Well peaches and other and other marketers also had supplies of the same variety of new trial refused Henry this morn tag handed Down an opinion and Refus ing the motion for new trial in the Case of Monroe of North Lebanon who was convicted of forcible entry at the june criminal and directs that Sholly appear for sentence on a Mcgowans blood Livor purifier a Good remedy to have in the Enric Fite and builds invigorates the Treng Thena the alleviates pro motes a Good insures refreshing an unequalled a tonic without a i and a remedy for All blood and liver Sholly was convicted of having forced his Way into the Home of his Harry and fled when confronted by it Kral services Paul of this afternoon officiated at funeral services held Over the body of Clar the one year old son of and Irwin vices at the House and in Hill Church were followed by burial on Hill Church Steiner was Tho death of Alp cd Lehman 75c per Alfred of West died at his Home at Oclock this morning from a complication of Dis a few in illness of More than a he was Gil years old and is genre a venerable resident of Ephrata died sunday afternoon at of due to aged Elev i months and thirteen the deceased was born in Foj Brata Midway Between Phrata and on was then known As the Charles hotel Metz now owned by Hiram lie a son of Jacob and Catherine Gross Stein in 1882 his parents moved to West Karl and in 1845 the family located in South Ann Vule this coun where his father died in after which the deceased became the owner of the year later he Wai married to Prie Cella and began housekeeping on the old Homestead in in he moved on the Erb Home Clay where he lived unto a general store in what is now the Village of of which place he Hie and continued in Ness april he located at he was a Meraner that an Church since Early in 5s54 he became identified with the Emanuel lutheran Bricker and served a Deacon and Church treasurer of congregate of for a number of when Johns lutheran Chirch was organized at Brickerville he was one of the charter members and named the he was assistant postmaster and of Clay since its organization in until and held that position under Harrisqn and he also served As township auditor and township clerk of his wife died in june he is survived by one ram of Ephrata with whom he resided at the time of his As Dies the ased and filth fail Annie Meek who entered the family a Domestic in Charles of new this and of Mas Are and wife of of this is a sister of the de the funeral will be held on thurs Day at n with services in Johns lutheran Bricker and burial in the cemetery of which he was the connected with the Manuel lutheran of same aged lady wheel which is Over 100 years old july a very interesting event took place at the Home of miss Lydia Liiv Lri of West main when a Larne number of invited friends were Given an exhibition of old fashioned miss who is 75 thoroughly de she is still Mamer of the she used a spinning wheel that once owned by Thomas Mother of of West main the wheel is Over 100 years old and is a highly valued heirloom Jln the Walborn fam Kach one of the guests of miss was presented with n thread of the Linen after it was a who was Passons through heard of the and went to the Livingood Home and asked if he would be permitted to see the and was admitted and expressed himself As highly pleased with the novel entertainment he was he was presented with two of the the flax used by miss was procured from Caroline of West main the following were George Charles William Thomas and Samuel de Luther tace and Mary and John Bow son and Harry Fink and Elizabeth and Catherine Harry William Caroline Henry and Imp the proprietor of Tho who been confined with an attack of in somewhat renter George of is visiting the family of Calvin of West main Harry Kohl conveyed a party of Stouchsburg people to Mahanoy with his touring John ooh and Ezra Behney and miss Maude of Reading Charles of Shillington of Allentown Edward Wor Zielsdorf Milton of hgr Olsburg Edward of were among the suf Day visitors in visited Harry of the firm of Bubble sent a few Days at new where he firm p program for Aii Mial Outing at Penmar next thursday Many will attend Agnes Allen Amanda George Charlea misses Sallie Walborn pm was the of one of the of Washburn with whom the local firm has considerable Zwinn took in All the principal sights of the miss Fannie of Harris is visiting her Uncle and and he and of North cortege Street entertained and Gru Bers and and Henry and of and Albert Zelser and Zelser in Outing along Swatara the annual picnic of the employees of the Valentine Cigar which was held a Grove along the near on Satur Day was thoroughly enjoyed by those in the men were conveyed the Grove by John oxen Max the East main Street grocer a business trip to Phila and Jacob Hauler spent sunday with Isaiah Wenrich and family at and Samuel Brockley visited Gockley parents at Adam Loose and grandson visited the family of his Michael at and James of Are visiting and Henry Gaskill at Weavertown and and Edward Pelffer at this indications Are that it it will be largest meet ing Ever held arrangements for the annual presbyterian reunion which will be held at Penmar next thursday have been completed by the committee and indications Are that this years meeting will be one of the largest Tufe a churches in the Virginias and District of Columbia will Send Large representative bodies and statistics indicate that the attendance will As Greg ate several the committee has taken great pains in arranging Railroad a com the 4s a Viola Katie Lovyna Wal Sarah Mary car Rie Mabel Nettie Cora Margaret Annie Jennie Minnie Sallie Edith Magsie Ella Mil Mary Annie us will repair Bridge Irist Karl Harry Raymond Elmer wag Clarence Thomas Wal Oharles Wayne William Robert John Irvin Frank Harry Edwin Charles Morris John and by his wife and five Chil Charles and Robert leh Mun and William this and Lucy you of he was a member of the United the Rexall store where the Wexall Eeme Diw Are the most successful family Medicine Ever placed on the almost 75000 packages Mia annually in Lebanon Jijita i sole agent i m 1 1 i 1 1 i i i in try Baa api pointed former Motily and Stewart assistants to Cou Sputo the returns of the election to be held on july in in West on the of increasing the in debt to nest of the the of Lucial computation of the vote will take a Lucio any list at the grand jury room of the court to Vovia Scotia and Siegrist and of Hathi Iway left thl morning for where they will take a bout for thence to they Wil be away for ten the county this morning that the flooring of the Iron Bridge Over Mill Bach at in bad the commissioners at once decided to place now flooring Oak in the which la sixty feet in program upon the arrival of the at the grounds there will be a mlttee1 meeting in the h i the annual meeting of the also elation will be held at Clow when officers will be elected and a business the members of the association include a minis ter and laymen from Church represented on the promptly at Oclock the big Public mass meeting will fore this the orchestra give a i the address of the Day will be made by a Yew Secretary of the Board of foreign missions of the Ian music will be by uie Penmar orchestra and Abejo Lian Thomas chair Mechanicsburg Isburg Alfred Ibers Burg Carlisle i Newville Rev Shippens Gure Greencastle Mercersburg Al David York rr1 Mervini u Shippensburg Winchester the worlds most successful Medicine for Bowel complaints is Cham be flans cholera and diarrhoea it Ihas relieved More pain Andi and saved More lives than any other Medicine in in valuable for children and sold by shot fish Itak wily am Laisch had his sprained Willuam who is employed on the straightening of one of the Mills at the american Iron and had his left wrist sprained while at work yesterday after unable to continue off for several he wus work and will i Coachman for i in of visited stovers Lam this morning on a shoot Iii expedition and ret Rud with a Liou Viilu White Lidh the Bird is exceptionally of its spin is und was by one who secured glimpse at get ready for greatest Ever air Lebanon particulars next to ii poll a fare Fly reception has been planned by members of Lebanon to of Given on meeting to the pastor of reformed Church will Dippell has been condoned will necessarily change his to where he has the position of professor of languages it Frank Lin Marshall a program has been arranged for and an excellent luncheon will be the Uii air has been placed in the hands of a committee of v w Union Myerstown presented rather a deserted appearance Many of her residents having accompanied the Union sunday school excursion to Hershey a special Tram left the station at s the Chu Ciresi of the infant depart ments of the were carried free of the expense being borne by lunch baskets were collected at the reformed mouser and times the department and the store of Harry the Union Sun Day of accompanied the sending a Large num Ber of their members and stops were made at Avon and feature of the out ing will be a base Ball game this Between Myerstown and returning1 this the train will leave Hershey at business places and nearly All of the industries were dose for the position at Willuam a son of Susan f this has scoured a position As a Moulder in the chocolate department at Candy factory of at read personal Alfred Hinman and of Wissal Ckon and and and James of were guests of and Jerome find Simmons and and Seybert of Brook made an automobile trip to this were entertained by and inauguration of state German society jul diced by Vio Kut la quickly of the whether or imly free of Lizul this Hui Piehi of equally Val for muscular the inauguration of William Anthony president elect of Gettysburg will take place at Gettysburg on thursday october the Glrst official announcement of this was made night by a Mem Ber of the committee appointed to make the arrangements this com Mittee held a meeting yesterday at the inauguration of Ign Anellie As head of this institution of learn ing will no doubt be one of the most notable events in the history of the at All events members of the committee will work to that As there is no Hall in Gettysburg that will accommodate the crowds it has been decided to hold exercises in a big tent which will be placed in the College president Arthur of Yale has accepted an invitation to make the inaugural and other Well known educators also will make the committee has arrange ments with the Seminary and College faculties to select a musical director for the chorus that will furnish the Thia chorus will be made up of two or three Hundred male the musical end of the program will he one of the after the inaugural ceremonies there will be a big electrical Dis Granville is the first Lay Man to occupy the chair at Burg the annual meeting of the Penn Sylvania German society will be held in York next at the ing on monday evening of the of Christ lutheran request of the Schmauk of this officer of the for the u3 of the Chapel Early in october Wasi r the Pennsylvania German so which numbers about 300or 400 is devote to the of the Early German immigrants and the preservation of the records and traditions of those Early ser a of the society Wai held at York in the court House or shortly aft Tvr the c Kongi Peers had enjoy blk a daughter of Smoyer George Burkert and Daugh ters left for Ai two weeks visit to her parents at f popularity engine House Hoof on fire or Howard has inaugurated a popularity con test for the ladies of that a Fittra Otias considerable the contest will by open for two George the Scull and Earl wimm of flying Sparks set lire to the engine House of the Lebanon Furnace of the Pennsylvania steel Plant monday evening about Oclock and caused a Good Deal of excitement in the City before the Lull facts a still alarm was sent in and was responded to by the North Side de after which the whistles of the Plant tooted for a space of several we ill Uio lire in damage is the flames confined themselves to the Frame roof of the eocene Bouse and was easily by the fire Rie damage one of the enjoyable picnics held at Penryn Park this year waa that of the engineers club on Mou Day some of the most j prominent commercial and professional men in the cloy were and the Day was Over to i f our lug the Early afternoon there was a game of Ball Between the married and single men Aud the latter won though their opponents charged that unfair was taken of who twirled for the Wuh reported to be a Learned tricks of the Art while and it gave single men an advantage which could not be Over James George Citron Leroy Harrison Ray Grant Roy postmaster John William Stanley Liu and other members of the club and guests participated in toward evening caterer who conducts an establishment the provided a which was a feature of the engineers and Theli guests arrived Home on the Early evening train with Many recollections of the pleasant chamberlains stomach and liver tablets gently stimulate the and bowels to Erpel Poipao Noufel cleanse the
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