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VOL. 43
Council Proceedings.
Regular meeting Borough Council, !
Emporium, September 6, 1909. j i
Present: Messrs. Green, Howard, <
Mumford,Godnough,Foster and Pears- '
Absent: Messrs. Cummhigs, Rishell ' i
and Spencer. : 1
Minutes of last regular and special j
meetings read and approved.
The bills were read and on motion j
by Mr. Foster, seconded by Mr. How- j
ard the following bills were ordered j
John Welch, Work on streets #2O 00 j
James Davin, Work on streets 31 '27 j
John Fleming. Work on streets 16 70 !
Mich Faksetic, Work on streets 5 42 j
Frank Morino, Work on streets 5 42 !
F. D. Logan, Work on streets 15 00 j
A. E. Saxton, Work on streets '2O 58 j
Chas. Welsh, Work on streets 12 61 :
Lee Swartz, Work oiling road 2 00 J
John Vergson, Work oiling road 15 80 j
John Fredett, Work oiling road 12 77 |
Fred Conaball, ]jVork oiling road 15 80 '
John Waddington. Work oiling road 2 65
Samuel McConnell, Work oiling road 2 6">
Owen Dininney. Work oiling road 16 00
D. W. .Shiigart, Work on crossings 24 00
Herman Anderson. Work on crossings 21 00
C. B. Howard Co., Invoice (2) 19 80
Robert Clark, Draying 6 75
Emporium Machine Co., Invoice 21 :!"> j
E. D. White, Paid freight and express bills OOS ,
Stephens Hardware Co., Invoice 3 71
Sylvester llitchie, Work on Eleo. Lt. Engine 1 OC> |
Drubleday-Hill Electric Co,, Invoice ( lo 10 !
G mral Electric C > , Invoice 2i 11 50 j
Strnthera Wells Co., Invoice (2) 16 OS i
Novelty Incandescent Lamp Co., Invoice.. 2< 0 j
St. Marys Gas Company, Gas for August . 24 60 !
Si. Marys Sewer Pipe Co.. Invoice 11 li'J j
Robertson Electric Co., Invoice 21 «• I
Henry Jaeger, Invoice
I>. C. II yes, Hauling hose cart 6 00 j
• Moved by Mr. Fester, seconded by!
Mr. Howard that all persons maintain- j
ing obstructions on Ea-tt Fifth street |
extention be notified to remove said j
obstructions within ninety (99) days.
•Unanimously carried.
Burgess-ttiid Treasurers reports read t
and orddred tiled, amounts as follows: j
Balance on hand August Ist, §582.89: !
receipts, £6,107.83; expenditures §1,518.-
02; balance on hand September Ist, j
Moved by Mr. Green, seconded by i
Mr. Mumford that Emporium Tele- j
phone Co., be requested to install a j
telephone in tho Council Room, E!ec- \
trie Light Plant and in each of the !
Fire Department Buildings. Carried, i
Moved by Mr. Mumford, seconded j
by Mr. Green that Street Commissioner ,
be given a vacation of two weeks with I
pay. Carried.
On motion Council then adjourned. I
R C. MOORE, See'y.
Seventh Annual Fair.
The Seventh Annual Fair of the Cam
eron County Agricultural Association
is now in progress,with a promise to
be one of the most successful fairs ever
held by the association. Although in
some lines, the exhibits do not reaeh
the mark of previous? years, yet ii\
other things it far exceeds other years.
The Presbyterian ladies are on the
grounds serving meals and several of
our merchants have stands at the fail-
Where you can secure refreshments.
There will be the usual ball games and
races and the free exhibition of the
Wilsons, daily. One new feature that
has been added this year is dancing
and the fair grounds are open in the
evening thereby affording business
people an opportunity to visit the
The Sizerville Encampment Ac
Major Bliss and Chaplain Radcliffe
expect to come down this week for the
purpose of going over the accounts of
the late encampment at Sizerville. As
soon as a report is ready a summary of
it will be made public, with a state
ment of the amount that must still be
raised in Emporium. Most of the boys
ot Companies Land M have paid their
three dollars each.
Card ofThanks.
The friends of the late Mrs. Ellen M.
Walker whose death occured Sept. 6th,
wish to extend their thanks to the
many friends who in any way lent a
helping hand during her Bickness and
death. We wish in particular tothank
Mrs. Henry Berfield and Mrs. Clyde
Box Social.
There will be a box social at the resi
dence of Mr. Frank Villella atShippen
Saturday evening, Sept. 18th, 1909, at
7:30 o'clock for the benefit of a poor
crippled man. Everybody is invited
to attend.
Contractor and Bui'der.
Working on my own responsibility,
I am prepared to make contracts for
buildings and repair work. Shop
work of all kinds.
An East End Accident:.
An accident, which might have re
sulted seriously, happened last Satur-1
day evening, about 8:30 o'clock at the, j
the foot of Spring street in East Em
porium. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Web !
ster and daughter Miss Irene, whore
driving from their home at Canoe Run.
to this place, when they collided with j
another horse and buggy. It was very j
dark and consequently the drivers in
either carriage did not notice the ap- 1
proach of the other. Mrs. Webster ;
and Irene were thrown from the ear- I ■
riage and very badly bruised and the j
carriage was a complete wreck. If the
horse had not been a trust-worthy
creature, the result would certainly
have been serious, as the occupants j
would have been dragged some dis- j
tance in a runaway. The harness was i
repaired and another carriage secured
to complete the drive to this place.
The occupants of the other carriage,
whose names we have been unable to
ascertain, were also badly shaken up
and their carriage broken.
Delightful Visit.
Mr 3. Dr. Lulu 11. Fulton, of Chicago, I
who recently visited her parents, Mr. |
and Mrs. J. T. Healey, at this place, j
and many friends throughout the t
county, having a delightful visit, writes |
the PRESS as follows: "Mrs. Sadie!
Wiley-Jones and children invited' my- j
self to enjoy an automobile trip to !
Austin and Costello, last week, return- i
ing by moonlight, which was indeed .
delightful trip over the mountains 1
Mr. E. S. Smith, the chauffeur, proved j
himself exceedingly careful."
A Free-Wiil Ottering and Ice j
Cream Social.
The ladies of Rich Valley wish to !
announce that a free-will offering will
be held at tho Swesey school house, !
Saturday, September 18, afternoon and i
evening, proceeds for the iocal min- j
ister. Any offering in the line of farm j
produce, groceries, dry goods or money j
will be very acceptable. Ice cream !
and cake will bo served both afternoon 1
and evening. A good time assured to'
all. Come bring your friends, enjoy !
a pleasant evening and help a good i
Perry-Cook Controversy.
The public are certainly having an j
I abundant of interesting reading hand
| ed them on account of the recent J
! claims made by the famous Artie ex- j
plorers Perry and Cook. The old pole i
has caused hundreds of lives to bo i
sacrificed and millions of dollars ex- j
pended, yet hundreds of others will ,
sacrifice their lives to prove that both j
Perry and Cook did not reach the j
true goal. From present indications i
there will be plenty of interesting read
ing the coming winter months, inter-j
esting to those who may contemplate a j
trip to the North Pole.
A Pretty Plant.
Mrs. Henry Lyons, of Wfc&t Creek,
visited the PRESS sanctum last Satur
day morning and presented us with a
beautiful potted white China astor, in
full bloom. The plant holds 16 blos
soms and has several budds. It cer
tainly is a very pretty plant. Kindly
accept our sincere thanks for the
beautiful gift.
Do you want a $9.00 Spring Coat for
$1.98? We have a few Ladies Tan
Coveret Coats left which were SB.OO,
$8.50 and $9.00. Rather than carry
them over we will sell them for $1.98
each, there are also a few which were
$5.98 and $6.98, these you can have for
$1.50 each.
Emporium's Big Store.
Public Sale.
The undersigned will hold a public
sale at his farm on Whittemore Hill,
| Friday, Oct. Ist, at two o'clock in the
afternoon, at which time the following
will be disposed of: One team of
horses, one heavy lumber wagon and
box, one new heavy pair bob sleds, one
i set double harness and one set of
i single harness, one plow, one harrow,
| one cultivator, one shovel plow and
j farm small ttiols, five tons of bay, two
! calves, one two year old heifer, one
j sow with pigs, potatoes and cabbage,
i Terms of sale will be made known on
the above date.
! 30-41. CIIAS. EDGAR
. ! Men Wanted.
I Three trimmerman and one tail
' edgerman for work in Austin mills,
j write Harvey & Collins, Austin, Pa.
[ ! Cedar Shingles $4.50 per thousand at
( C. B. Howard & Co's.
Just received a line of Boy's and
| Men's Shoes at C. B. Howard & Co'
DIEO—At Emporium, I'a., on Saturday. Sept. 11,
1009, I'ETEH 11. BEATTII:, aged «) years and six
Peter Randolph .Beattie, an aged and
much respected citizen of Emporium,
passed quietly intc the unknown
world, at hiN home on Sixth street,
last Saturday morning, at nine o'clock.
His dca'.li was caused by a general
breaking down, duet" his extfer.i' ad- j
ranced age, having lived to ho 80 '
years, six months and six <lii< s of age, i
IMr. Beattie was a native of New ,
I i
4 ■
!i. iXkjMm
Brunswi' !.. h;>v rig hern born at Koucli
aubouc, N. 8., M.i, <-h 5, 1-9. He was
first mprr'ed ■ Anna Graham,
and to tiiis union• four children were
born all of v, horn su- UH him. Mrs.
Beattie died and w.i.' buri.-d nt k e'.i
baobo, N. 1!. After tii« i! ;:itb of his
wife, he came to Emporium, which
was about 43 years ago and enjr ged
in lumbering and worked for Cochran
Ho had a rough exterior but Potor
R Beattie, "Uncle Peter" as he was
familiarly known, had a pre, bighe:.rt
in his body and it was full of kindness
and charity. We knew intimately tho
deceased and, like many of our citizens
remember the long, patient and daily
ministrations to a helpless invalid wife.
Several years ago Mr. Beattie passed
through a delicate and painful opera
tion, one that little hope was given for
his life, yet lie lingered and suffered,
at times terribly. Despite his almost
I constant suffering ho was cheerful and
| welcomed Ml who visited his little
| eigar store, .aid his patrons were many.
As wo pen these few lines, huu
| .ire Is of uiiles from Emporium, our
j mind goes back to the "silent city of
I the dead," and we see the mornful
relatives, friends and brothers slowly
wending their way to that boure from
whence no traveler returns and we of
fer a silent prayer for the repose of the
soul of our departed friend and brother.
Deceased was familiar to all and was
universally liked, by young and old,
and always had a cheerful smile and
word for everybody and his presence
will be greatly missed by our people.
Twenty-six years ago he was married
to Mrs. Robbins Fetter. They have
lived happily together in their little
Sixth street home, with the respect
of all. He is survived by his wife and
the following children, Mrs. Lizzie
Kelley, of Emporium; John, of Har
court, N. B.; Peter R, Jr., of Beech
wood, N. B.; and James, of Dodd City
The funeral services were held last
Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist
church and were conducted by the Rev.
J. L. Bogue, assisted by the Revs. Paul
J.l<ux and J. F. Anderson. The burial
took place in the Wiley cemetery and
was in charge of the Masons, of which
order deceased was a faithful member.
One by one the old citizens are passing
away, but leaves behind them a mem
ory that will ever be cherished. The
PRESS extends its sincere sympathy to
the bereaved family.
Relatives and friends from out of
| town who attended the luneral were:
j P. R. Beattie, Jr., Beechwood, N. 8.,
| Lillie Beattie, Hedley Beattieand wife,
I Buffalo, N. Y.; Frederick Beattie and
! wife, Salamanca, N. Y.; William Beat
j tie and wife, Laquin, Pa.; John Clark
; and wife, Cameron, Pa.; Albert Fetter
j and wife and Miss Kepler, Renovo,
i Pa.; Thomas Bobbins and wife and
I Thomas Cummings, Westport, Pa.;
; Mrs. Lizzie Morße, St. Marys, Pa.,
| James P. Robbins and daughter,
| Mrs. Dan Gillis, Williamsport, Pa.
| and Joseph A. Stern, Erie, Pa.
i The pall bearers were: Hon. B. W.
| Green, F. P. Stniyer, Wm. H. Howard,
|E. W. Gaskill G. F. Balcom and
j Edward Nye.
"Liberty and Union, One and Inseparable."— WEßSTEß.
I r
Died From Injury.
News was received on Monday of
the death of J. L. Johnson, an old resi
dent of Driftwood, who was injured by
being hit on tho back of the head by a
swing, while attending the Mason reun
ion at Tunnel Hill, Aug. 18th. He was
taken to the Ridgway hospital, where
an operation was performed in hopes
of saving his life, but ho passed away
on Monday afternoon. His sons were
| present when death came, but his wife
was unable to be present on account of
feeble health.
I His remains were taken to Driftwood
on Monday night where interment was
The Passing of Mr. Harriman.
One of/he world's greatest financiers
and railroad managers has passed
away, Thursday, Sept. 9th, 1909, at his
country estate at Arden, N. Y. His
death caused world-wide regret. The
funeral took place last Sunday aft&r
noon at Arden. We note that two of
the casket bearers were former Cam
eron county gentlemen—W. A. Mc-
Clennan and Win. Viner—both of
whom have for years filled responsible
positions as Supts. for Mr. Harriman.
The deceased gentleman was interest
ed in this county, being owner of the
Emporium furnace as well as several
thousand acres of land in Shippen and
Lumber townships.
Death of Samuel Gustine Thomp
i The death of Ex-Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, Jfon. Samuel Gnstine
Thomson, aged 71, at hiscountry villa,
J "Kirklea," at Naragansett Pier, R. 1.,
; l:s-r. Friday, will be sad news to many
of tu:r citizens, ha being for m:inv j
years President of Philadelphia & Erie i
Land Company, thereby coming into |
close business r< lations with many of j
our people. Wo had the pleasure of
meeting the deceased, in company j
with Judge Green, several years ago
and was deeply impressed with the
wauling ways of the eminent, jurist,
especially his kindties to Emporium cli
ent-!, h{ ing ever ready to extend every I
courtesy. He belonged to the old \
school of Democrats and could not j
stand for Bryan and his dogmas.
Six O'cfock Dinner.
Miss Gladys Lloyd waa hostess at a
six o'clock dinner, given at her home
on West Fourth street, la.it Saturday
evening. The dinner was given in
honor of three young ladies, members
of the 1L G. L., who will not be at
home this coming winter, Miss Jean
McNarney, who has entered Statu Col
lege, Miss Mildred McQuay, who has
go:io to Clarion State Normal School
•UKI Miss Kv.te Metzger, who will soon
leave for the Oberlin Conservatory of
Music. Those present besides the
guests of honor were the Misses Carolyn
Cox, Edna Clark, Helen Smutz, Rena
Jordon, Flavia Lathropc, Elizabeth
Crandell, Eathel Turley, Marion Bald
win, Margaret Cavey and Ethel Lloyd.
Some of the gentlemen friends of the
H. G. L's were served in the kitchen,
during the course of the evening.
Miss Lloyd makes an ideal hostess and
all present report a very enjoyable
Entertained at Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hayes entertain
ed a few friends at dinner last Thurs
day evening, in honor of Mr. IPs
brother, the Rev. Father Hayes of
Gettysburg, Pa. Father Hayes was a
former resident of this place, having
lived here in 1863 and worked in a mill
owned by N. P. Minard. He remem
bers several old residents of this place,
and called on several old friends while
visiting here. Father Hayes is priest
in the Church of St. Francis Xavier, at
Gettysburg. Those present at the din
ner besides the guest of honor and the
host and hostess were: Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Tulis,
M. T. Hogan and Michael McGranor
Father Hayes will visit friends at Bing
hamton and other places in New York
state before he returns to his home.
I Emmanuel Church Services.
j Sept. 22, Fifteenth Sunday after Trin
| «ty.
8:00 a. in., Iloly Communion.
10:30 a. m., Morning Prayer and
j sermon.
i 7:30 p. m., Evening Prayer and Ser
i mon.
Service every Friday evening at 7:30
j o'clock.
The offerings at the services next
• Sunday will be for General Missions.
J. M. ROBERTSON, Rector.
Manager Butler has booked "Quincy
Adams Sawyer," for an early date at
the Emporium opera house. All lov
ers of a nice, clean up to date enter
tainment should not fail to see this
show. Watch for the date.
Sunday School Convention.
The first Methodist Church was
crowded to its utmost last Sunday
evening, at the opening session of the
Cameron County Sunday School Con
vention. The members of the various
! Sunday schools in Emporium, assem-
I bled at the opera house and marched
jto the Methodist Church. Rav. J. F.
! Anderson, pastor of the Church, in
| troduced the Hon. Josiah Howard,
! who conducted the programme. After
I the organ voluntary, the singing of
| "Onward Christian Soldiers" was next.
I lead by a choir of 17 voices, with Miss
; Lillian Heilman at the organ, assisted
by Messrs. L. S. Fisk, Wm. Knicker
bocker and Fred Strayer with horns.
Mrs. Edward Dow Armstrong delight
ed the congregation, with a soprano
solo "O Lord be Merciful." Mrs.
Armstrong has a very pleasing voice
| and sings with much ease and grace.
Short talks were given by the ministers
of the various churches ami some very
good points were brought before the
congregation. Miss Heilman played
as an offertory a Serr . .tie > 7 Gounod.
The anthem.by the ehoir, "Q Magnify
the Lord with Me" was a very pleas
ing feature on the programme. In the
anthem, Miss Minnie Barguelt and
Mrs. DeLong sang a uhort duet,
soprano and alto, which was well rend
ered and Miss ;i!i/,:ibeth Crundell lead
in an obligato solo, in her usual pleas
' ing manner. All the music 011 Sunday
evening was very well rendered and
under the direction of Miss Lillian
Heilman, organist of the First Metho
dist Church. The singers who com
posed the choir were: Mesdames Ed
ward D. Armstrong, W. if. DeLong, J.
F. Anderson, John Kackenmeister
Misses Elizabeth Crandell, Mable
Ifilliard, Rachel Day, Minnie Barguelt,
Bessie McQuay, Verena Hertig, Messrs
1 K. Hockley, H. A. Cox, Clifton Lar-
I'abee, C W. Rlsbell, Fred Ellis, W. S.
Sterner and Prof. Edgar.
Monday evening, Sept. 13th, in the
Emmanuel Parish House. Rev. J. W.
Snank led the devotional service, and
the President, Hon. Josiah Howard
delivered the address of welcome. In
speaking of organized work he referred
to tlio i;ite Edward Harriman as the
greatest Railroad King and attributed
his success to organization. He aiso
said that we were interested in him as
a Cameron county boy had charge of
his dairy and that also he was the
owner of the blast furnace in town.
Both Mrs. Baldwin and Mr. Eldridge
gave inspiring and instructive talks on
Sunday school work, which were most
Mra. Armstrong rendered in the
most impressive manner, Shelly's
"Abide With Me" and "Jesu, Jesu
Miserere," by Nevin. After the bene
diction by Rev. J. M. Robertson, the
meeting adjourned to convene, Tues
Tuesday, 10:30 a. m.. The morning
song service was conducted by Rev.
John L. Bogue, followed by Mrs. Bald
win who presented the beginners work
in a most impressive manner, and
urged the necessity of a Beginners De
partment in each school in the county.
Mr. Eldridge talked on the -'Graded
Sunday School" at length and it is to
be hoped that the schools as far as pos
sible will act upon his suggection.
"There's a Beautiful Band on High"
was sung by Miss Elizabeth Crandell,
who also sang at the afternoon session,
"How Sweet the Name of Jesus" in a
most pleasing manner.
After the enrollment of delegates, an
informal reception was held that all
might become acquainted. The lunch
was served by Mrs. Forbes and a corps
of efficient ladies from the different
The afternoon meeting was called to
order by Rev. F. B. Schriner who had
charge of the devotional exercises.
Mrs. Baldwin among other things gave
us one great truth, asking that each
repeat it,"The need of the child is the
law of the teacher."
Most of the time was given to an
open conference conducted by Mr.
At the business session officers were
elected for the coming year.
The closing session was opened with
devotional exercises, conducted by
Rev. R. W. Runyon of Sinnamahoning
and Driftwood.
After the uniinished business had
! been attended to the Ladies Quartette,
I of Sinnamahoning,Miss Ethel Runyan,
j Ist soprano, Miss B. M. Fulton, 2nd
j soprano, Mrs. J. H. Baird, Ist alto,
i Miss C. M. Brooks, 2nd alto, sang
••Just Beyond" to the delight of all
Dr. E. W. Howell was given oppor
j tunity to present the work of the
j Chautauqua Course and the great good
! which had resulted from it.
j "Our Juniors" was Mrs. Baldwin's
TERMS: $2.00—51.50 IN ADVANCE.
First National Bank,
At the close of business, Sept. l r >, 1909,
Money deposited in this Bank 1g H friend that
never sleeps. It 1B always working for you. It
is ready to come to your assistance an any time
Y m may not need it for years, but it will con.
intie to accumulate and will »" a mighty ]> nver
when you do. We add interest.
•51.01) Starts an Account.
Rockwell Block, Emporium, Pa.
(Successor to Dr. A. B. Mead.)
Olfice over A. F. Vogt's Shoe Store
Emporium, P.«i 12y
Rockwell Block, Emporium, Pa.
Hours: 8:00 1.1., lr'.i) to:3:05 nn ! 7:00 to sp. m
lOßaammmam r wn;;-?' summm/trr**? aw
Administrator's Notice
Estate ofNAXOV KUSSELL, Deceased.
\ OTIC 10 is In rvhy 112. .Veil that letters testumen-
tary up.ui the r-;ato of Nancy Bus .ell,
Isteof Lumber township, county of Cameron,
state of Pennsylvania. deceits,?d,' have lin-.i is
sued to FRANK !UVIX, deterred to in will as
Frank Russell) of said township, county and s'vte.
All persons iudebted t.i said estate are r.<ni.sled
to make peynieul; j.r.rl all claims against -aid
estate presented lor . -ttlement.
F. D. Ebi:t, Atty. Administrator T.
Sterling Run, Pa.
August 11th, 1909. • 20-iit
\oticc jo the Stockholders of f!ic
Emporium Pwder .MamifiidiaiHii
Notice is hereby given that there will be a
meeting of the stoekhold-rs of the Emporium
Powder Maiinfaetu; lug Company -„t the olli.; : of
the said company at Emporium, Pa., 011 Tuesday
the2lstday ofSeptenil>e:,A. D.,190». between the
hours of two and fbnr o'clook in th»■ afternoon
of the said day for the purpose of electing lour
additional directors t<» tile present board of di
rectors of the Emporium Powder Manufacturing
FRANK .SKIVES. President.
Emporium, Pa., September Ist, 1909. 'J-l-'lt
Big Scenic Production in Play Form
of '"The bent New England Story
Ever Written"
Quirky Adams
Mason's Corner Folks
Large and Excellent Company
evening theme and after a tenor solo
by Mr. W. Scott Sterner, Mr. Eldridge
told us of the "Big Business in the
Master's Service."
Rev. J. M. Robertson pronounced
the benediction and this ended the
Eight Annual Convention of the Cam
eron County Sabbath School Associa
W.C. T. U. Notice.
The W. C. T. U., of this place, will
meet Saturday, September 18th, at the
home of Mrs. F. B. Schriner on East
Fifth street, at 7:30 p. m. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all.
The marriage of Miss Ruth Sherwin
Richardson, of Driftwood and Mr.
Charles Dorwin Porter, of Mifflin, Pa.,
was solemized Tuesday, at Driftwood,
by Rev. J.M. Robertson, rector of Em
manuel Episcopal Church. A full ac
count of the wedding will appear in
our next issue.
Sunday School Teachers' Train
ing Class.
The Union Teachers' Training Class
will meet in Emmanuel Parish House
next Tuesday evening, September 21,
at 7:45 o'clock. At this moeting the
the opening lessons of Hurlbut'a Course
will be reviewed preparatory to taking
the preliminary test of the State De
partment. A full attendance of all the.
members of the class is important,
J. M. ROBERTSON, Instructor,
Copy of Game and Fish Laws.
The Hon. Josiah Howard will please
accept our thanks for a copy of the
digest of the Game, Fish and Forestry
Laws of Pennsylvania.
"Quincy Adams Sawyer" will soon
be seen at the opera house. Watch for
the date to be announced later.
NO. 31.

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