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there 4000 books 'in thb
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I ** l ' ratn_to: 4 "xif - = the - `society had
...,,•., - ,I)PiIIE. Q.. - 131ackman and Judger
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! - '..ollo::*s._ielected„:',tvere: Francis
jr.. iiesident; F.;,4, Davies., vice - -
, --'1404.4 G. Wilic;iii , •aecond vice- -
.. .ident ntge s A. Stearns; secretary;
:4.'::-.. , piiiitreilialvt- } 4:A. Denny, cot- -
Otiptnidingiecietary and librarian: .
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. . ; ' +' - Ariaanig Operations.
, ilitikettige . buiiders- - and contractors
10:10. tie=-.found in; the `various toxins
, • And Alves:in the county, and as there
- - seiltiiit-':iitta:Triei of excellent building ,
e; considerable quantities of brick
s of planing mills and lumber yards
lding'opemtions can be carried on in
Of anrAknimi'as_cheaply and satis
ori4r. ,a,s: . anywhere in the United
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S =,tes. Considerable building is going,
:::otUat present and the kind of houses be
it*cted will compare favorably with
the most progressive and active
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F r Je P.'s — in Nearly 100 Years.
he trice of justice, of the peace in
e borough. lately held by Mr.
Cou rt righ t , afforded the remark
in e circumstance of four men holding
it oxpearly-too years. • -
. t relfti. Original incumbent was Joshua
'lsforditwho was appointed in 131 2 ;
iorkanition of the county, for"
. . , . • ' • .—. .
le ;oar;_'. of 13r\ d:, , exyaler, and when.
l'ainment for the mind :cad rt-laatin
orltrr::e 1..0r.,Li.,.!-.\ Wa .- - created in IS for the _body ci oid and ung.
m':vefl hi , ff.
0 , ..e int,', to.,vn anti cOn- -
- thus goes t” " F..n*.i en iffy
nued its fur, , tio . n‘ s until :840.
Natioleorc I 'Get tozetiter
tne.tinle he held tlie. "f)filce 'Srp4re " .
r ayn:forfitrie,d'36:o.So aelmowl- . and devise n-a re and means 1 ` r
I ged i.cc deeds and married ici4 careatA ay. I' v(4l t
He aa;<l7(. ce(.•ded 11- - • - • •
tir ;- c'r 'are_ ,I"
ho held the until 15•77, when
. merit, and ci.ti'.ett'
iiliatn A cr , ,r-sinyn. was elected
7. ( - put - fright and he-held the inves•tinent v.
4ffice. 'until' AuguSt i( ? ;-.,S,. when .I'. A.
Davies tch, 41.)ointed-to r- sticceed him.
It will' be seen_from the above that_
the old saving .hs t. - ., otliciali. ':few . die
and none r'esign". held good fir a long
series of nears in this .instance, for each
of Mr. Cottitrigh,..'s - predece...4.-on-: live'd
to a ripe .•ola age aft‘lr, retiring aril
one resigned. - Vrorn "Sluire : ItayiV;-
• rd's induction into office : until. the
lose of ':Alr. Courttight's term in .!c,OS
as nearly a f.:entur, . and only four
Dien held Ole office, one „fwhorn for 3 7
.) ( .ears, two for 2S r :,:ears and one for _ 3
years.. ' ' . :
Harmless Amusements. Urged.
:-4 . . Entert:-tintnent-;6ol3, ..%-lloiez.., °mt. in=
cioiarid Tit side entertainment —should
,:-,.-Y?k,..-ii:ie provided by-th • wise heath. inevcry '
iw2 -- i; , .,i:-. , • xghborlitood and village M our. agri.- -•
i.r. , .. , .. ,. ..:...--s.
`l . =.•-7-Av.•,' - ..ltural regions.'That ii one .of 'the
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=•[`' ,, gA. , ...,.• ' t - means known . for keeping the boys •
5 , : , 3:,.. -, • .girls on the - farm r .
and ~:•'- r enting •
:•;•:,,,,,,,,v.,-;•• lcssness and a. tendency
. fof the
5.4.4:::i', dung people to, fiock-to the cities and .
ti. - -.7,-f.--• ...-,,,,!.. Prope r
W- , i - ,...- - .„ e4tertaintnent will.also
. r.,..., . _
45. 4 ' ;',,
Aar: i - totvard shin the, prOblem of
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LOWER MACV S
farm laborers. i. The: hired man will
work better : arid longer- on the
farm that is part of a " literary coterie,"
or near where he'can hear good lectures,
good music, can! play t ! ree ball or foot
'ball, ride over the lufrdles. etc , for "all
w.cirk and no play makes
.-Jack a dull
boy -_ The game line of argument ap
plies tO the towns and villages--give,
the:people, amusement and - entertain-!
ment all the year, • 'round----.)ffset the
glittering invitation " of', the "poor
man's clubs : " e., the - saloons. 'and
Make _it unprofitable for low dives to'•
eis.t by a fiord ing am use mcnt and enter-
A PART OF MAIN STkEET
REET, NEW SILT-FORD
KIN L:S L E 1
Dr) a, (it . r.t.::" .4.:cluiziurtitiv,
~.1:114- 1 at 11. c
BIRD'S E VIEW OF ALFOkII
BrIETHODI§T.CqUF!CII,' ALFORDi -PA
THE • -. MO ,-VISQSE
of ArLe STREET,
' ------ •Beautiful Scene • ;
Nowhere 'in - Pennsylvania can • - .re
beautiful scenery be found tharrin
quehanna ct unty. Our mountains and •
lakes• have been compared to thi..;:e of
Scotland. and as will be- seen from nu
mes •us illustrations in th i s cd it ion. there
,are spots here and there which to the ,
,esthetic :eye. • are , indeed charming.
Healthfullne.sc and happiness naturally
go hand in hand in such a Couutry,
The're, Conditions are .sUrely additiomd
incentives: for more ifinnigration of a
desirable class of people. One can be.a_
profound lover of the_ beautiful witimitt
leing a dreamer f drra.ms. 'A c0m 1 •....
thicancy born frorn: a peaceful mind
[(I a quiet delight in one's surrounding
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ant .. .:.ta
\_i.!; v - 0117 tillc•
1 ,-, rl Lt;
~,'vitt Iran .:y,--t,rdid : - Lic.7.0 . : ,- ill\ - w. Hat 111..,:l. , cf,mthi ,, n...ta.:-C and Itok%
ta- , n , . , >: annti 'un- t,igre , ..v t'xit.il I tut ri-ii: tidc , f progrez-
In": nrr , tindia;.;- - and pr::-.1,!..1 - itt - ~vi.d:+. t 7,, ., •,,...,,- i o , -.,..: e i . i n
- tm , n , ,..7- 1 / 4 . can Itcrcattont.; a!: tit:di-:
n7t - ? me ii
acc ,, th-
tstaidtpicuonefactor id that istznif that bicycles sixty wilts Scattklirett_ . .tateV.
;fraternal and.reostMeceial"-;and that - Tint:Di- bicookiivikniceady .I.reotittcv - antikkaa vs).
were ennerderentr nettle - USA taati - tt - Offeero/ 1 aff4 .41 C 4 - 11 • 1 4 7 1 4 0 4thZ 4 ilii 3-1
4 Vont, . Acisullor tuutic I. LW-Other knaikic , I .llo,3l,stannballt.4llol.draliobritc::olobictc;=autakeobift. •t
cot outran. that refer- iwAs not-long nearly every man. -ndaterk Ste! and ` theft . alsai=
It end present status and 'lceman *Mich 14, thatleveLasphaltert ponsoty - darnatitinsuntnee.- Thantatit , t 1
1 here ott_his native heatlt- ,city was ' .; officekof thet,coriceiCara_ located, ittlyt:
Of his IsdOPtleo to net 901 X-: Staking_better - tecin 4- with atioiLhzialsti...l3eisbane th, lo _,"
:but in 441 t• edition uf
_this competing-find tri-tYltilidwitYleintAgret,Cfutr°s°
=inherit tipaii u s tont forth Uwe's only a
_short- tilde Jtssitstlittsfralo sofourn4lo_adeste,
mace admirable traits and , p ian o were convinY.cl irk Prefideent itst er lit
table achievements mist sketritt the original-I:mahatma ttiat: i stsetispaliaAutotoolOrtittli;and,
to his lot since - becoming a. l Vic• 011, were. the Hbfttever.", l bat - that lairingtheYear '1905 ifiritalireelnentali
in order to sho sr that . Meat- the Wayerly b c yeti bait it beaten a -tik=g , tbeltecOnet to:.lio14„ that Office:
rues -.to turn out some very ! city biock. for Gus Knoll said so', llamas for - two.leare President elktl+,t" ,
among the younger what Gus said abwit wheels was as the .Buffalo Automobile Racing on: .1 77,
.s well as m the years of long lit.ty and gospel of sibeeidorn. The craze and a director the ;Sew Yns Stete'- - 7 1`
numerous men who were s- :dwindled dciitraTanct,ffied Oat :hist Atitardriliite-Aisocisition -five ,
in the various walks - of life Instil our etrevalestyounit triend hal be- 41ermas etiainrusn of, the Buffed.. Auto.;
two natives of our beautiful Mont- come a bicYcle.piutocrat. Shim,/ for two.'ears His fr**4 - :
,„ lir. Knoll is still a young man, He next turned his attention ;to in-. nislaffiliationiswithWeshingtoilLiodw!•.l-
-3,r -- 411111Mg been born in-this town July 13. surance circles-and-it was 'not
ot long un- -Itree and. Accepted Masons. Of Whidi
Although- on the underside of_til he became manager and adjuster for is junior _master -of eennnotties,,noa- 2 -
in age, he has. by his own genius,the Etna, L•fe Insurance Company, itiitibola..Council of: the National
_4-.:=,,N4peiscireratice and indomitable pluck the accident and health departments! of ;which he is an ex-president:also Nero
7 .,,r! , 4i. el
high up the ladder of success Continuing for two years thateapaci. , r'stone, Ckutpter, - Key , tone - Colineasaugh — '
- -f, , .--;1=04 accomplished much more in life ;.ty. he formed a partnership with -11aj.:.de Payens C,otnmandery. the :Grotto:
is gsnerally achieved by one of his i N. E. Turgeon which con tioues at the and she Shrine, all of Buffalo.
Helga in a word; a credit to hint- ,- present time. In addition to - this..'qop-. The above is the sketch of a
"...Me and a native of Montrose of who nection, he was &Cone tunepresidentot 'Montrose boy the ' l Demoerit" Pleas--
. ~,an of us are proud. After training in , the ,Bu ff alo • e Manufacturing, ed to include arming thosenf out citizens,
Essentials .to ri, the schools of Mon tr o s e ~• • Knoll. Compaby. president of Dopp,&,-,Son.. who-are prominent , in various callings .
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- ,Iningivilk at y.,..l,as we still foundly know him), finding , and Talso sole owner of the Bu ff ilo:.Csib and professions. , and pcblisning
In seeking to ' - that the realms of his native town were ComPimy. - - • = . feel that we are pointing to • r achi e-
t c o aP S i ti tai squ a e n ha d nn n a en c=
too cacumscribei -for one of his am- Ai an exampienf bow' his itnittrance melts arid acctettwertbl'Ofabaisiat
bltions and loftiness of spirit, went to business has grown it is only
• necessary -by tile youth of our, land, for it is one
over-zealous in the.CsaiSe tit Buffalo in .1893 and becan3e associated ,to mention that at itst inception in' sflo • hi,which fixedness, of ptirpase, honesty,
' (4 , 41ce With the firm_ of Sweet & Johonnot, then it employed but. one
and: vertr , e
that anyone can . agentsfora Chicago sporting gocids fi rm, ;ea only ..acci d ent insurance one ell much in t trty-mven years- th e e
here, Grit, pluck 44nd !Idtiniation.
..also for the Victor bicycles. lie con -, (Brie). county .. Now there are ,iis`the of-the subject of ' our temarka—for , t
to succeed are as eSke - ?kif,?llikfle,.. - e'' • tinued • with that firm until z 895 and' pay of the Buffalo and Rochester o ffi ces above always were and are tods7 the
where, however invoreCoaf-s.l4ontitir whilewith them let all of Buffalo under- tweeityrsixemployes. TwOhundrOlasid c haracteristics of Augustus IL Knoll.
-• . •
may be. Men are the
own fortunes whiiteWer - -
hugs, and this, bruslt-aawitytt.*.4.xtusel-: ,
some people argue fn t!teltit
they have no, dug*,
are after all the ele - 41e=;404,41)*:
there is something Ifett& - ,00-hiAfiroy
making a living:and thatris'irrakingc,'.4 -
life` 130th can be: aelill'iltiet-itere
by the right sort-'0( Irtl#l
come from where , tlfeymaY„,..: : l .
Now that the polititt4”,st.r.l ,"014 , 00s
is over and an optuttisttem „FTe..
ails as to the tnt:ept tl w;s
let us determine fek; giye-T,:n2 fr lintiej,tult.
strong pull, and a ;lptill altortl4l: to
luring Susquehannail":l l 4 3
phice in the onwart gtao- 1 pr.itress
How to Obiiiio.looma4-^"<? 1;
•• 7. •
To those who are t t .- 14,i - vim& /lent
of capital, who Olem
selves.- we therefos**,, Su - :-
from the indusirialf 4 i:of the
railroads, froin cdii , ''''tC:sietrfpapert,.
fruity the burgesgekl , *rfroni
real estate deniers;'- "s , others
4.1104 i vine in 1. ( 7iont ) lie
.‘civantitgeetts -re and
it is a compares for
Adve‘rtis:rs In'This Edition
care` is a 111%1 ter of s o
many diverse interests that i; i~ difficult
the average per Son tc ; • 1.:n , ,w much
al.ote. the detail , : of the tolyn, and
laws in the county and he or she is
therefore guided in it measure by the
advertising done the respective
'busluess eitablishments..:l number of
reading• notices and display ailvertiSe
ments appear in this - lissue, and these
tell the story
. of the more popul , nts cert.'
tenin that respect manner that:
could not be'.'improvtid upon. Read
'and'studY these public; announcements;
then mirror tbe. current affairs ina
-that . -cannot fail to give one a; correct
understa,nding of existing -conditions.
Fhev have • been carefidly" selected as
leaders-. These retdvertisements will be
found fulrOf interest to every person
and we invite you to Oruse them. care
fully and to conimunitate with - or call
on every advertiser ‘Oose 'proposition
Or announcement appeglS to you.
Augustus H. ;Knoll
HE trite but true saying that
Senee make; tt.ft heart g
fonder or exretriplified • -the e
versa! esteem in winch Augustus •
Knoll, now. a prominent and leading
hwiness man of Buffalo, N.Y.. IS .held
here in Montrose, 'hiS beloved native
place. Although; as previously stated.
he is now' cofie nf. Buffalo's substantial
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