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ast L nee Connellsville's Biggest and Best Newspaper, The Best Advertising Medium in the Yough Region, VOL. 28, NO. -IS. 1 hi- Weekly t.ourlcr. Founded .l«ly,IT, 1S70. 1l\e Diillr CiiirU-r, I-'ounilc-d Acvcoiiier -H, 100S Merit t!d. July if, SO'JO. CONN ELLS ViLLE, - W. A. BIS! SUDDENLY AT HOME OF HEART ATTACK Well-Known Citi/.t-u Stricken This A f t e r n o o n at Home »- ' I n (Xret'n Street, (4arrow Will B(i Freed If lie nnd Sons Quit Ilic C o u n t y LIFE HAS BEEN AN ACTIVE ONE W i l l i a m A. .Bishop, 7!! years old, one of Conne-lleville'B l c n t K n o w n and h i g h l y respoctptl resident*;, died isuci- donly o f , a lunirt attack at t h e home- at Race- and Oreeu tstrciMs al. lli.'-ln o'clock this aflprnaou. l E i s death wns u shock to thu comm u n i t y ami to hi* m a n y frlen-dri -and neighbor*!. A l t h o u g h he had not been feplinp; w e l l recently, he wat able to be about and only yesterday had d r i v e n hiii a u t o m o b i l e - about t h o - c i t y . This morning ho aro«o asr u s u a l aul d i d some lig-ht task--! about tho house. Towardis 'loo;i, however, he t i r e d and w e n t u p n t c i l r e to reht. The end came ( i n l r k l y . Mr. Bishop was a f a m i l i a r .sight to! South Hide residents. Ho- always h a d ; a p l e a s a n t nod for pveryone as ho- 1 .viilkcU about the streets in the \ i c i n - j ,ty of his liomp. l i e wat- m u c h i n t e r - j -«tel in the- tiffairs of tlie First Prci- J hyterian C h u r c h , of w h i c h ho win-: a j member, and al = o of the V,'. A. K l i e | liible C'la^ri o f t h a t c h u r c h . | Mr. liishop. t h i r d son o! Mr. and i Mrs. Ctcorgc Bishop, w-is born in i C o n n e l l s v i l l e , K p b r u a r y 2(i, 1S51. He ·vvas e d u c a t e d iu tho public schools, f i n d on a r r i v i n g at n s u i t a b l e age hf-gcvu leanniic th' t r a d e of a m a c h i u { n t . H o f o l l o w e d t h a t o c c u p a t i o n f o r ' 17 years aud was an expert w o r k m a n . H e w n s l a t e r s u p e r i n t e n d e n t f o r I I \ e a r s of the old lOlectrie C o m p a n y , at t i i e t i m e i t w a s t a k e n over b y t h e West Penu. lu I f l O l he became i n l e r i stetl In the M a r i e t t a Coal C o m p a n y , liscumitu; s e c r e t a r y a n d t r e a s u r e r About three years l a t e r t i i e s u p p l y of c al became e x h a u s t e d and tlie c o m - f p a u y ceased bushier. He t h e n be- j c i m e president o£ t h e U t u i l a p C o n 1 i i i - l l s v i l l e Coal C o m i » a n \ . c o n t i n u i n g u n t i l i f ' t d w l u n b e sold h i s i n l p r e M K a - i d r e t i r e d from I h e c o m p a u Later )i ' b e r a r n e K c t - r e t a r y and t r e a s u r e r ot .lie A l a r i e l t a i!t C l a n i e r Coal it Cokv v ( \ m p a u y . He was also i n t e r e s t e d in ·he West V i r g i n i a aud W a s h i n g t o n j e n m i t y coal p r o p e r t i e s , and was, a r l i - , r r i t o r of the \\'CHI P e n n s y l v a n i a j C i l i l S t o r a a e C o m p a n y . H P wa-» a ' c i p ; n ) l i a n d ellii ic-iit Im^iness mtu i a m ! h u l b e e n s u c c e s s f u l i n b i b v a t ; - . l ; i p o l i ' H h Mr Bi.-hop was a Demoi i u t . He s e r v e d 1" yeai.s as a ' - o n n c i l - [ Hpeclal to Tho Courier. i 1 NflONTOWN. Jan. 7.--JuUe- Hen- | der on tiite morndng "stivnck n, i b a r - j g a i n " with niPiiLbers of Iho Ga.rrow j family by which they agreed to nvove i iiWt-y fro.m Fay-ett-e couivty and slay, ' providilnig t-he-ir father, Malte-o. is ro- l e a f e d froaii f u r t h e r workhouse sent p m o in a liquor.-cose. Tho father has oig'ht m o n t h s yet to B p r v in the- ; wirkhouso and In a d d i t i o n p l e a d e d ; - g u i l t y to a s-eco-u-d c o u n t . C i-lliiiK Jim.my and Krarido 1 Clarrow !v0ft're Iho bar, .Tiwlgo Hpntlovtou.saifl he. would he- willing lo re-le:tso the f a t h e r , provi-d'iiiK ho would l«ave the c o u n t y an-d tha.t J i m m y and Freddy would g: akin.?;. I^redriy, howcve-r, m u s - t a f r r r u to re-turn at tlio n e x t term of ( o i t r t to face chairi;e: of ;-toaling A nc! row A. Thompson's pre-war lujunr. "I'.O'th of you boys have b e e n leading; too fast a pace," J u d g e Hen-derson told J i m m y and Freddy. , It was n creed t h a t a week or t w o w o n . d he allowed to pack the f a m i l y f u r n i t u r e . T h e Garrows w i l l move t o A t l i ; h e n y c o u n t y , i t wa.s s t a t e , ] . Legion Banquets Members Elected T M * riff 10 Major ilitices t M i t o n L Tib-hop Post, of th-e Anu-r- icun Lc-gion liust u i g h i paid t r i - n i t e to t i i e our of i t s m o m l v i ' M \vho were elecl .I to m a j o r ot'U-cs in the ^ C l ^ i l l - lecii.m. i i o u j r h a n o n - p o l i t i c a l or bor A I i ( i o n POSTQFFICE, THRE STORES AT SMOCK DESTROYED BY FIRE Loss of $t,V)Ofl Cniisod by ,Hla/,c ni Early f l o u r This Morning. PERRY FIREMEN HELP FIGHT IT Th-e postoffieo, three Mores nnd two apar-tinents a-t Smo-c-k w-e-r- consumed by a (iro - w h i c h f t ' i r t e d In the two f.tory b u i l d i n g owned by J. W. Rpar- i-ow a( ^ o'clock fills m o r n i n p , rOVWNTNG, J A N U A R Y ID30. TWiifA'J 5 : I AGRS. PA YOU MINERD t'REES OLD TIMER AT FIRST COURT The first nt emler to face Mayor 11. I). M l n e r t l i police court W H B favored w i t l i hi.s -cleaso t b l B m o r n i i i K . Thp chip!' i x e c u t i v e oc:eupiel the c h a i r on the i used p l a t f o r m in f r o n t of the p i i s o n r - B 1 docket nnd the- i n - f o r m a l i o i i was rend by Oily Clerk Chester K . Mo Cosson. si had been made by a s i n c e t h e I n a u g u r a t i o n J m i n i s t r a t i o n , and t w o i locked up by H a i t i - i r n i l r o a d odicers on SENT TO PRISON! ! .lust one HIT i c i l y p o l i c e m a n e£ the new a C. Butomuii of 31nrion Sontoncod to ' To Six Yours. P o i n t ACCOMPLICES GIVEN TERMS Mr. ' J Kpa:n-ow anitonwcd t b a l IIP- would rc-btnld the sl.nieturo wirich he said i.s iasnr-ed at a p p r o x i m a t e l y pri.'ioncrs wer more k O h i o r h n r K f i f - of ire: C 10. " D a v y 1 ofl'cnde'-, ivhos. ai City H a l l , ( I r u n l t e i i i t c s K . "1 lav j on r, n s k e d I !i» new "Yes, ' i i.plie " S V h P i i ? ' Kin oi' IhM-binititm Ol' 1 IHlOJMMMl«MK'P IK Dond at Hnn'sduk' T h « l ' o t i t - i f . i - . R C O T T D A L K . J a n . 7 - M i i f M a r y V. Rcovt, 9 year:-, o l d , \* scpuriaii't «f C'hwl«s '"H.rroll of M a r I.-IIH!. on.c of th-o atigiKrs of t l i p D e c l a r a t i o n of I n - rl.cpe-iiidence, die-d yestPi'dtiy a-t I'-er hom-n a 1 ! ii.uffsda-1-o. ML-.S S,- ot.t wan of UIA f o u r t h gp-n^ra- tion of UIP Carroll f a n r l l y . Shi; m a d e h«^r h o m o wi'.lh a niecp. Th-e- f u n e r a l f-crvlt '· \ v i ! l he h e l d at Ihe hTUWJ "\Ved-iKvsdav al noon. I'.uriii.l w;ll be i n YOUNG RICH HILL COUPLE LOSES ALL S C r o c k e t t , R " r e f j u l i i r " face is a f a m i l i a r one? v. is c h a r g e d w i t h p u b l i c er been here before''" e.Veen l i v e . C r o c k e t t . , ' a lxs«ps. Include: M a y o r Pot-tofilc-e, c o n t e n t s o.f m a i l t i n - j l e n i e n t , k n o w n , j-tanrps a n d f j o v e r u m e i u s u n - h e t o co plkv;, $ i . t » ( M ; p-qulpim-)]'! if.'iV-l. Mr--, ed. h i m Bess'-e l l a v i l c i i p c k is pos.tmisti ess. h a b i t u a Confectionery store coiulu -ted by Mrs. l.+Mia S \ v a r t z , a widow. ?-l,,MH. Tailor uiiop o-wnw! by A t t i l i o Cicone, Sl.flOO, I n i ' I i M i l i i ' s ; H t o c k a n d f i . i t u r - c s H a r b o r shop ownc-il .iiui coiiiluctp-d M i n e ] 1 Two (ruck.-, o w n e d by '"u-ono in tho ba^cinc-nt o f t h " b t i i l d H i p , $ l , i w u Loss to b O i M n i R o w n e d by ^jia-rrnw , Tlie I m i n u t e s o.i I h f 11 There U. \\ Hut Ii e in i m k w,i . \\,is -,,- On- i n c l i n e d to be , and on Davy's p r o m - ;ooil b e h a v i o r dismiss- v . i r n e d ( h e m a n t h a t w o u l d ii'it be 1'8 n i l were i of ( I n - : I v e n a few i ' l t v a n d be S | i f c f a l t o T h p C o u r i e r . I ' M O N T O N V K . Jan. 7 . -- B a r n e y P. B a l e m a u . of P o i n t M a r i o / i , o w n e r of a Heel of r i v e r boats aud o n e of t h e l e a d i n g j u n k men a t t h e A l o i i o u j r a l i P l a and Ohio r i v e r s was KPIH to the Western P e n i t e n t i a r y f o r n o t less t h a n t w o ; years nor more t h a n six w h e n he a.p- I penrcrl before J t i f l K P H- J o h n M o r r o w ' t i n s moriiiiiK to a n s w e r to S P V P I I 1 c o u n t s I n v o l v l i i R h i m in t h p h a n d l i n g | o f s t o l e n copper w i r e a n d t o w i n c h h u j pleaded g u i l t y . i H i i t e m a u and a h a l f a dozen o t h e r s c o n t a g i o n w e r e .sentenced R . i f e m a n b i t t e r l y r e I!) -' J a b o v i t e m e d in c o u r t t h a t he had been , HIK to t h e i c a l l e d by t h e - n e w s p a p e r s a " m a s t e r j m i n d " HI t h e c o p p e r j u n k caj--eh. i\Ir. J i n d 31 rs. Sniiuu 1 ! ( J lln!·!. Kscafir F r o n t K l n m r s In Mtrlit ( i a r m i M i t H . CARRIED NO INSURANCE For Year of 1929 s l i p ! ' e p i d e m i c o f t n a l l -sent t l i m city n ret ord ol t h e ly a r i l t i a l smail R seasion. ( J u r i n e ( h e lip, u IT f o r 1!)2S, a c i o r d - | i ] i e o r y a n n u a l r e p o r t of the Board ( l i p v e d of H e a l t h , c o m p i l e d 'jy H e a l t h Olli ID i J o h n I r w i i. ! s u p p o r t of h i s case he p r o d n r e d a ; There, v ero I I ! ) ; p e t i t i o n sinned by m a n y r c - s i i l i n t p of j UiR«--aseH i opened dm i P o i n t M u r i o n a s k i n g t h a t lie b e ] m o u t h s a c o m p a r e d ' p a r o l e d and more t h a n a dozen l e t t e r s j i" i ; ) - s - H o w e v e r , iu T h e .---(-rotid f i r e w i t h i n f e w \vpekr; j on H I P I n i n K i - e f e r f a r m , i t ilieh Hi'.l [ e a r l v y e s t e r d a y m o n i i n i - d e s t r o y e d I t h e - one r e m a i n i n g hiuldnr.. -- the house j -- and robbed i h o t e n a n t ; . Mr. and { Mr* .Samite! (~,;irMt'-. ,l ; 11 l h " y h . i n | s a v e ( h e i r n i p . h t ( J o l l i e s . T h e p r r v i - j OILS lire h a d de.slroyed t h - b n r n a n d i n r a r b y o u t b u i l d i n g , l e a v i I K o n l y t ! n j | b ? s e m e n l s e c t i o n of a chi ken h o t t s i - . ', lined for I i a l P h ' i i i r and h r i o d i t i K . w i t h ! l l i p e x c c p n o n tit the h o u s e ; The (ire », b.'ll(-vcd to h; vc i-e.-iiV..-l f r o m c .\ploh f-'lt i t of Ih" In i! peop A bei s li\ t h e ^ t ! ^ ) l l l i t a k e iH e imposed \ o t e vf t h o n q u e t w a s ' - r v e i i !y t i u - mem- l h « Ladie-,' A u \ i l i a i \ . v, th 100 t a b l e in the lar^'e club rooms. [ L Horr v i t / wa.s t o a s t n u i - t . ' r an i t h» K » p j t , o f h o n o r «·!·»· l r I I l i . M ' l v o r d . m a y o o f C o n t i i ' H . s v i l l e ; Char!1 -- K. W h i t . member of C l t \ C o u n c i l : Kr.:ei- M"-C'( i mic-ls. mi'iubei of t h e IK u-d of ICuiu- i t i t ' i i . anS ('.Jiarl*' K. K l i t p - . m e m - , h e r o t h e K a j e t t e C o u n t v Poor [l.-ard. j I'Un h of the «ut."-ts -poke b v i ' l l y I Ma o r M i n c r d a ' R o d l o t t h e r p e n i ion iH' l i t e Legion pov-t, n t i o i r i o n t o t h o f a t t t h a t m a n y p t o b I r r n s ,icct t h e a r l m l i i l s ; r a t i u n , a r f i t h a t an h- nt'st effort \ v i m l d he mud'. 1 to .-olve th-em " i f i n t h o l i s i h.irco o l m y i i i t 1 . " - ;-'nu- miMakt.'.-. a t e m a d i . " .s.ihi i l m n e w ( net' *\ei u l i \ t . " t h e v s ^ U I U ^ tv.l- 'if iho m i i h i and uo-l of t i l e Airs. Sw.i t h e Mxxnl mon tarnt- ftniivl Hieepj blaze wa.s ill a l w i occupie an a j on a v i C a l i h f o r upolis a.ns! N» Ulo scfcn-i, nn-nt wan in li'. occupit d aparlim-iK.- on l l K ; r a n c \ o h i n t e - e r f l i o the woniiin o u i She wa 1 - ug in h e r bed wh-e-n t h e cov pn-1 Thp (lUerrtT! i t h e b u i l d i n t ; bul were ,H »!lp b r o . i ^ h ' tin 1 I ' ^ i r x W Salr-n d ^ p a r t n n tit ^ 10 !-e I ' n ' u i i l o n 11 ,u UOM a th-e Dr.Grahcjn Spaks At Nocn Service; Rev. Duty Tomorrow lie wa.s m a r r i e d i n l ^ T f i n \Vest- m o i - e l i u u ! ( o u u i y l o Mis., M a r y J . L y n c h , d a u g h l e r o f SVilluun and A n n l / - u c h Hesidi:-; his wil'e, he iw s u r \ i v u d b y o n e d a u y l i t e r , ( J e r r r u d e , \ s i f : o( J o h n M. Yovuif; ot I 5 u c M u u i u o » . \V. \*,i , a n d one giMiid.iou, \ V t l l i a m H . s l i o p V o t i n g . MT l ' , i s h i i i l e a r n e d h i s inuk- as u i i i a c h l n i i t in tin- N a t i ' i n a l Locomotive S \ o r k « . \V-orft Siil-e, when th'.it e.stab- l i - h m c u t wa,-» in it prime. L a t e r he- took a p o s i t i o n i n the- shops of t h e J i Utiino.ro Ohio wore lit- r e m a i n e ! i n , t i l l y f l l w h o n lie rosixiiod to iw- cc.itne oiiplncc'i' at the powor lions-'f cf T'ie lOltctric C o m p a n y . Ho f i l l e d thi« D c s i t i o n for .so-vMil j e a r s when he w , i s p r o m o t e d lo ,?".uerintendent, in w h i c h c a p a c i t y In* s ' - i U ' d u n t i l Ihf^ pi tut \sas taken over by the \S'e-t Pi 1H1. Later IIP became i n t e r e s t e d i n c o w l a r i l coke oprratioiis b o t h in the Conn p l l f i v l l l e Jiesion and U ' f ^ l V i r g i n i a , j Ki r HiW!irila of 2(1 y e a r s he IUIK l i v e d a j I P ire-d lite a t h i s home- i n K a h t d'Tcen S t " C P t . l!o wa.s a m e m b e r of t h e t o w n council ot Ihe Borough of ConiucUsville and l.s t h o u p h t to h a v e hetti the l a s t s u r - vh ing member of Company C, N a t i o n a l ( i u a r d o f P e n u ^ y h a i i l a . w h i c h w a s 1,11 d u t y d u r i i n : t h e r a i l r o a d r i o t s i n I'lM-i-lHM'S in 1S77. t a k e heart ' (\u n c i l ' i i i a i i \ V h i t e n r " r a t e ' i t h e p c - n t i i i i f - n t of his i h i e f . an i the otiieri, sp,ke in a M i n i l a i \'»iu A I ' t i t u i c of t l i e p r o g r a m v a? a .spi'-y a r g u m e n t I n j e c l v i l b v L I I I I I H lliLe.s lo, u ho W D n t e d to k n o w why t h e " m m i t ( p had ovoi looked f l a v i - b a l ' l i K c n i f - l l u . succe.ssful c n i i d i d a t e for co i s l a b l e in tin- Firht U'ard. Thp w h o l e a i f a i r h a d hern "lr-uned" l y t l i i » a t t h e t i m i ' a n d u n a b l n t o i ' l i t i l (In- .siructure b u s \n-vn ib' po.-.iollici , whi-ch '-( ·l.diju to 5.(tuft t; ( 11^1 d i . - t r i e ! . w i l l u p ut th^ Smock HoU'l y a r d s F i o i n t h e M C J I C of !ln j !ii-f KireiiiVii b'J'.«_'V-r| the t i r e orl(.-;».iti f r o m a xnt pxplo.sion i n t i n causf-i) m .ill ', r-rh* i:e, i l u Samuel Speight Chosen President Of Dunbar Council l u m b a r , t . ) \ s : i l o u ),i '-I tni;ht w i i l i ; h eU'i f5|t-is;hl ass pr--. 1 - ilcnt t h e i h r ^ hrl -(rver m TJw a r - seven mc oil Ui-ere. tn ;ITK! connp Les;ioi 'leu b u t t h e r e m a i n d e r o f tni'ii v v e r f u tin w a r e of t h u f a c t and n u n then- took (lie f l o o r ,-ieWf- o n t h e m a l l e i n " o n t h e j o k e . i n r l to express . l-'e l i e l l o e n j o j e d i t ELEVEN DAYS GONE WITH OFFICERS STILL HUNTINGBLONDE KILLER By l / n i t ' - d i'K'ss. T ' l T T S I S U t u ; . Jan. 7 . -- A l t h o u g h l l (!aj s have elap.sed s i n c e Corporal l l r i ' d y P a u l of tin- P e n n s y l v a n i a Stale Mo o r Patrol w a s f a t a l l y s h o t o n t l i e l i u t l e r - X c w Castle ruad police, today were at a s t a n d s t i l l a l t e r i n v e s t i g a t i n g n u m e r o u s clews a n d t i p s , I , - c u p Schrocder, blonde I r i g e e r u o i i i a n , accused of the h h o o t i i i K of C o r p o r a l P a u l , a n d ( i l e t u i D.ifiiie a u d her b r o t h e r , T h o m a s C r a w l o r d , have j eluded oil'icer.s on e v e r y occasion w h e n i U i e i r c a p t u r e seemed i m m i i i c - u t . ' i A n i u v e s t i s a t i o n by police of ic- j por s t h a t the s l a y e r and her com- ' pan ions may be m tho P i t t s b u r i ; UIK- | trie:, a f t e r they were r e p o r t e d seen I here, f a i l e d t j t l n o w a n y l i i c h t o n t h e my.-tery. J o h n J. K u i u h o! Troop K, H a i r i s b u r f i . S t a i r P o l i c e , u.is e x p e c t - » a r r i v e t o d a y to l o i i t t - r -\ilh Cap- M a t i k . in i h a r j i u ut the i u v e s t i » a - Tht v jiurpo-,i ni pie m o t ' t i n t ; he-- f i t M a u k ,iml Kui-. t -!i. I I ·! t X p e r t , i- no! M u s e wa.-, f u r n i s h e d b v K i t ' - r l » ' s t e i i - p i i CK o r c h e s t r a a n d t h e L e g i o n ( l i i a r l i * , composed o f F r a n k MeCairui;. (J. I- 1 . IJurkhar.cit, W i l l i a m K. B i - o u k s and A' 1 !'. U u t l i a r r o r d , s a - i K - Pa-il S. H r i c k t n a n was a c c o m p i i i n s t . \S'i!liiun F. B n o k b led the K''""!' ' ' i i i s i n R . The c o m m i ' l e p in c l u i i - ^ e of the I x u i ' t i K t w a n composed oi 1. i/. Horow i t z , C h a r l e s A . M c C o r m l c k a n d f a m e s ll. L a i i g h l t n . A s ; i , | to Ihe POM wa a roj-ebud for Hi. l a p e l of eai h m i e s i . s e n t by James L. P e r m s of tho A l p h a I"!oral | C o m p a ' i y . FATHER AND MOTHER SAVE CHILDREN FROM COOLSPRING FIRE S[j. i ..i 1 t i . T h ' i ' "ou r icr. L'XKi.VTOW.V, Ja:i. 7. --A .story and u h a l t " raiu-c b u i l d l n ; ; at CooJ«p"in« IKMISIIH tho two A l a h o n fa-nwll'ea was buiimiM! to the jjroiiud by a tir-e which (i.rovfr ooth fami'lias to l i t e roail tlite iiiovnin ' at 2 o'clock. Th« l!a/.e ;up- paireiitl-, started in 'the- kitc'hou of on-a homo a u d .spread so r a p i d l y 'tho uiom- bors ol Ix3th f a m i l i e s w e r e forced to 11 oo ii! t h e i r n l K h l clotht.s. I;/ ve.ry tilling thoy ov.'ned wa.s b u r u u d , i i i c l u Hug Iheir IK rsoual u-ttire. One . ide of .tho double- house was o c c u p i e ! by Airs. M c A I a h o n and he-r sou, K i l w a r t l . Thi; other sitlo was tho d w c l l l n of Mr. and Mii-s. .lo'lni Me- Jki'ltou .UK! t h e i r six ch!ldi--eii. W h e n a u a k r u e d by the blaxf tho n i o l h e r a n d f a t i i c r o-f t h e c h i l d r e n h u r r i e d lo rlu- u-p.s'tairs rooms whom R h t c r s WPI--O anleop. l l i u - r i u g a w i n d o w of the f r o n t porch . Alahou first j u m p e d to I h o t h e n the f a t h e r haivdud the i\t'r to the leiig-e to I n ;t'tliti-!t) SjH-ik'ht J o h n l ' i w r y ;ITK! JihPi)li fplo«-lin r«»Uni t h e i r ( t i n i 1 . - " . The i n - cominii mcnil-i-rs arv U ' l l t m r Clydt' D o U n i K a n d I'hairle,-; I'orcman. Daniel K. M a k e r w.ist re-e!( c t e d The oalhs of olllee w » - i e · K i i n i n i ' - - tercd by Hun;ei- f l a r r v T bft'Rer, w h u a l s o o c c u j i k - ' l I M P c l u r i i i K o r K a n i / . a t i o n . C o u n c i l m a n ( V p l e c h a doiH , D a n i e l K. lialu'r. tix-.i: t i r t r (t-coi-g-o K M a n - t i n , m - c i p t a i y Th t e r IH not a conn-i i l n i a n . 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J a c o b A s s a d o t ( I r j n d s - i o n e , I y e a r In t i n - w o r k h o u s e 1 , j S a m u e l A n t h o n y , Hi p u b l i c . ! u n i p m o n t h . - in ' h o u orlUion.-r \ V S l l u u n 'I n-v e, a c c o m p l i c e ot Uate- ,111.111, 1 - n i u i i i h b \ » t h e c o u n t y j,\i\ I - ' i a n k W o r r e l l , a c c o m p l i c e o f Halem a n , s i x m o n t h s in t h e c o u n t y jail. Uic.ir Pon, a c c o r u p l l c e of H a t e i m i u , m o n t h s i n t h e p o u i i t y j a i l . W i i i k i n i H e P r i i s t . c n ^ t s On each ol the c o u r t i i u i n t . - , a ^ a i n . B u s m a n J u i l p e M o r r r u v imposed .iOn- t p n c i ' o f o n e 10 t h r e e y e a r s iu t h e \\'i ' - t e r n t ly ami hall. i B a i U i i i u i a n , w h I r i ' . i l on ,-i t h a r n c it a l l e g e d » o u n U j u t cop x p l ' i h l o n o f a l a m p , l i o u ^ l i t h a i is O!HI n r e , a-' Mr. i a r l e t l s b l i A h a d b l o w n ii oi!'. M r a n d M r ^ ( J a r h us, w h o were m a r r i e d |r;-.- ^ i ha i i ' i i y e a r u « o . b a d be n out J . i l c laiips of o n t a p i o t u - | They r e i n e r l a b o u t 2 o'cloi k. H f . t w e i . n Hie past 1 2 . n nnd 0 .M rh . U a r J p i i H wa: a w , i l . p n » " l b a iiois" in t l j c - m o i l ) iiiljo n n i j ; iheii-i-. She c a l l e d to h r b u . i b a n d . Af, he op w i t h 11'.' cases I D i l l t h e i r wre - ntpasle i r e p o r t s and in the prci i- ous y e a r j u s l t w o i u . - i t a n c e s o f t h a t c h i l d a i l m e n t were placed u n d e r il tiara n t i ni . ! M u m p s ell off i n !!)"!! in t i i i i p ( a s r s f a s a t i a i n s t 5 1 i n 1!)2S a n d (.lnckeiipo.v I \vaji also reduceil, i l i o p i s n r i irom L! ! ' rl ' is1 '» w h o p t M U K i oi'nh f r o m i- (;1S1 ' S ln IIL 1|J J " i a '' Vl ' aj '' 1)1 " I n b e r c i i l o - i .-, wa.; g r e a t y i n c r c a s e r l j u m p i n n h u m o n e i n I ' J ^ - J t o .. J| ». 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H e n t e n c e oti t h r e e y o u t h s idul g u i l t y t o s t e a l i n g (lie \v»u- poril [lolled Scoitdale Sues Upper Tyrone Twp. e.\( h a u g i i :; l e ^ - p |{;n IK- m i l !K ,il i i i i i i i b c i ··=, Mr.-, J o h n '. D i l l i i ] ) of M i l b u r n Ohit.rUf.wi'-i-tb am th-e le; \\ ill be 11 Si en Mr.-. P. II. \ \ P l m c i''or the r o m a i c | ) i o ; r a m at tin;; · W p t l i i p s d a j -- Lf n o l d . s , miisii hv ^ T h u r s d a y -\jf",\ ·', mn l i e hv C( - i t I l i n e d ho- siiuviiii;. Sii-ec.ial wore contrilnctpd by -win a n d a t r i o m a d e M e r a t u l a . D-tiviil A. .1, llcynolri't. dcr at the ( h r i s ( i c u i ^It-' W H Berber. UK Wll'l ( l l s c l l H K tlll-Q 'iiimbors w i l l l»i by and W. H. Sti.nimol, l-e-r of 1 he week (hi i l i i r r h w i l l b e : ider, Mrs. C. E Rey- r«. J o h n ,1. K-ncx'i. er, Miss Up-illii'll ( ! i l - i'M. Lebind S. 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