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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XVI No. 32 Saturday, April 1, 1905.
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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XVI No. 32 Saturday, April 1, 1905.
13 January 2014
Ardmore, Pa. : M.J. Ensign
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Montgomery County (Pa.)
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VOLUME XVI. NO. 32 ]EDlii01ila‘., PA.. APRIL 1, 1905 A ' '- digifmiiilt. 2 CENTS A COPY I CONDENSED iocii - NEWS or liiiz WEEK Notes of General Interest .G:ttliei-ed Here and There Around Town. BRIEF PERSONAL MENTION moving day. ' oailodils are peeping through the ground and will soon he ill bloom. Lawn lnowenl are heing sharp ened and lawns cleaned up tor the spring. , sday ind wedncsday were record hretlrers iu the wily oi Ielllv ral Many inluilies have cluirlged their place or residence this wcelr. Illvitatiollt are out for the wed dillg or Miss E is 2 5 3 u Hon. Thoinas H. narlcer, on April 5, ill the hi. church utGlad- -the wcll-huowri uctress. Edith crollus Gordon, w o llns ell play- ing -.t the Arch street Theatre this wel., will spend the next two Weeks willl her son, Mr. Paul Hutu- liert, oi Ardnlore. Aldlnore on Thursday and have taireu up perlnililellt resi- deuce in west Pllilndelpllin. lvelcoilie star Lodge, No. 55. shepherds or aetlilelieui, will have vis alion this eveniilg lrnlu oilicers and uloluhers or the su- preuie l-ligli Lodge. Fifteen new members will he adlultted. "oi Ardlnore ahint the niiddle or May. , l>roi. Douglas Howe Allaliis, oi ooi, hos organ- u wh r. Adalns is an expert at the lever iirid has oils or the halldsolnesit nia- chines to he seen on our roads. liinalld M .Edlliulld A. card- ner, or w ollliug uveuue, will he “ll hollie" on Tuesdays. ‘Miss Ella Gilchrist, who has h ler in the Arduiore She will assume ht-r new dutleson Mollda 1. Mr. and Mrs. wiliianl J. ciarle and Mr. rind Mrs. 1-1. . Yuan and Ihlrir two sons leit Arllniore on ‘V:llIH:SLlIy for their new hoine near kndiior. Mr. G. B. Phillips, aI Linwood 'lavenI.IE. had delivered to hiui this week A line new hula. iss M liel Barker elitertuiued her friends with A conversational party on wedllesday evening at her home on Artllllar: nventle. Mrs. James Pricllard. oi Simpson road, was called away to Kala zoo. liicli.,hy the serious illness oi her sister and hrctller. ' Mr. and hire. williaui V. Collier a ntoneut residence at the corner or cricket alld spring avenues, llle house recelllly vacated T hy chnrlos liaylls. A cuchre and dance will he giveli by the degree learn oi Blue Jacket Trihe, 1. 0. R. M., on Friday even. lug, April 21, in Merioil Titled-Iall. ' lilr. and Mrs. Utlry wedge, oi Couller uvcliue, leave next week ior l>uris, Fr: ce, where they will remain some time. Mr. H. Eppelslleiiller re-nloved this week from his foriuer residence he will p.-rluuiently reside. A inc ting hut heeli called for llolidny ereiling, Ap arrangelllellla tor incorporating the Young Men's christian Association oi Lower lilerion. All rneliihers are nrged to ulten . > Mr. allll Mrs. Rohert J. Doih- arrl rctllrilctl to Narhcrth yester- day from their honeymoon. Mrs. Gilcllrist and Miss Ell: Gil- w CVOUNTY CANDIDANTES. pleased to present the naluc oi Mr. stiilwagon, wllo is a repre- sentative scli-made man. l-luwltxo s. srii,l,wano.u lilr.Stillwagoll was horn in ower lilerion on the llillllts of the Schllylkkill near Spring lilill, March is, isog. uhlic scllciols oi tllc F‘ accepted a position yviill the W. G. Leslier, at Arllnlorc which p, p. he occlipied tor illrce years, in the m a Picrces Rcsipgnillg dre position with Mr. Lcsllcr lie en- t "urn ll wiles; iacoh ltidgewliy, rial-eriord; w. ,,, o lcred the employ oi “':lltcr nt- l-:til & Bro., lllnllmr nlcrcllitllls of Rost-lnoilt, WllL‘I'l! llc rclllnillctl for Five years. “'llilc ill l.l)Ell’ cm- ploy he innrried on s-ptcuihei-7, lsga, liliss ill. E. Super and on the following April lic zlccvplctl a positi‘lin as rissi taut liurikl.-ccptr and stcnograpllc-r with the whole- llmber rm oi XV. IV. E. n a o ormick, which position llc llcltl “ llntil scpt. 28, isos, wilcll lie was appnilltcd postmaster at Rose- mont by the late l"rt-siilt-nt lila- < on lily-r, iiyor, ho (l[lt‘Hc(I all olilcc at Roscluont and engaged in the real estatc anr ' cc brokerage liuslncss, u-llicli liiisi- ness has grown so cxlcusivcly that he has opened a second oi- lice at Ardnlore. He has always lalrcli an activt tors oi the lzry-ll lllawr Fire Co.'. REPUBLICANS NAME CONVENTION DATES Meeting of County Committee at Norriritown Attended by Many candidates. A, II. HENDRICKS PRESIDED Tile ltepuhlican county conlnlitle which iiiet on liloridlly iiiorliilig, at Nor. rislown, Exeil April 13 Ior Ihl: SI-III: Del- egate collveuiion. and June so u the tiule ior lloldilig the oollveurou when oiudidutesior ltegistcr oi wills, ltecorder ainreds,clerlroicourta, ll ssian. zrs, Audilom And Your Director! uorninlleil. The meeting wn held at the izepuh. lican lliviuelliles- rooiiis, and was iioiae hie tor the large nlluiherni candidates tor ollioe who were present and who were hooiliiilg their curldidncy. The uleelirig WM called to order oy ex-District Attorney A. H. 1-lerldricln who was vtlccled chairrrl u or the cons- iuiilre in lariuury, and the roll cull showed that ii large uulnher oi the iueluheis will he Aside llolrl those who dtsire lo re re. Aenl Ihe counly in the State Convention c will be held at Hllrrislmlg on re were present publiclnt whose tunla w 0 before Ill: convention ior the purpose oi receiving the nonlinatioua oi their piirlylor tliz various county oihces. Aluorlg these were: nrnny Re- R. llrcoliltllery. H. T. Hullsickzr, ill sctloli, Pmlslowll ; l-lerrrle Arnoldy, orristowu, and l. crawiorrl jollllsoll, Norrisxowxl. . “ ll. 2. lzlmlicli lil)Tl:s. A reception was tendered Pastor siuipsan illid lalilily on Tuesday evening, in the church parlor. Ad- I soil hegius his iourth year pastor- at . iuuiiiorl service will he held to-nlorrolv illorlliug, Prencllillg hy the pastor at 7.45 P4 ni. will begin ill all the liletllodist churches of the Philadelphia Coil- iercuce on April I9, collliiluiug tell day A new sign hoard, iresli paint, has given the church a new appear- lice. n sullrluy new p A concerted revival illavclllent . BUSINESS BRIEFS. i - " New strawberries and asparagus are tuolllsallle dtlillties [or (II: utllle which Pmvisi crs hiolcllherg have ior sale today. -seine oi the prettiest, ueutrst I ulost stylish tailoring goods ever seen in Ardlriore were opened this ueelc hy Tuilor Talone, Hill n-orlr nlvmys hriugr a cur. toruer back. ell. IL vornill has added a big inr. provenierit at SI. Mary‘! Lllllldry hy placing a rlgoo collar and cull urllchine in operation lllll wrclr. ‘it so - prohieul oi hue Wnrlr it short notice. -rcu nud codes are he specialties which Mr, caters to particular people, - r, Ailurul. weher and iluiiilyleit Ardulore on Tliuritlay IorAtl c city, where lllr. Webzr will engage with his lirothcr ill the hotel husillcss. Mr. wetter lcuves u hortoi iricilds heliilid haul in Ardlllnrc, and it goes without iaylug til the voric Hotel, lillehigull uvciules, will ‘ E a po ular ooullug reason. Btntli, telrulerly in charge or of the Continental ssirtuiii. -Grocerxctlcnrilsg git-ct green trad- iug rtiilupa with every purchase to the iuiouill oi ten cents or over. Iborn'a sllowwiudo , Col ill Illock, nlnltna one think of “the good old ll tilrie-v our: e ugh. l-ll lwcrliselllelll, in another on urn, li ul tells yoli shout to to elnwii rrlnvl-er you want -Mr. Iitlwill sulith has purchased the '5 apcr tulle of llir. A. 1.‘ and lvcher guve in utrons, lirr. siuith has urrunged to have the usual sllpply or papers on stile on slnitiny ruoruing at Mr. “‘cl)er‘.s nldslaud (now occupied by Mr. BIIHII), illul the usual qllantity will ioulirl III the srore oi Mr. lucoh A. Kzll:-luring, on alaple aeeliiie. -our readers were plcusrd with the eight-page issue or list vteclt, so we re- penlell it uguiii lliii weric. .-.-4. tinie liy tho ioreloclr and advertised early crlnglil the people who came house hunt. ing rhi wcoir during the war ii iii dilys. For lll urtlier convenience or it patrons. The has as she m lot the lioolclovers- Lihrary and supply new suhscrilieri ' scrvioe oi this vrelhlrnown oi, Ilriglll eleclri l‘ ht Illrawrl it now-s new place. ill The Arcade Build: lug, dmwd rileiu to md advantage. ilr, Dow is prepared to route “the house l)tad'lil'ul" ll Illlllll cost. -.xlr. Brook, the head or the real Anotllcr well-lrnorvii ]vIOIlIg0lII- an active nicnilicr ot lilolllgonn eryrcotllltiamaswell as one with cry Chapter, No. 262 R. A. lll., oi a ‘v tale acqunililalicc, Cassia Lodge, No. 273. F. xi A ex Asse iall G lli., Choctaw Trihc, No. girl, i. 0 R. M., secretary oi the ltosculont Repllblicall Association and sec- rctary oi the Board of trustees of - s the Rarlnor M. E. churcll. The follawillg illtercstiug gossip is talcen iroru lv. H. ltcitrs liar. ris-hurg letter to the Norristou-n Herald: This Week brought quit: a lllllll- oer iroln iilolitgollicry county lor old lloulgolncrydoll-tvgcr tell at i the polill al ganlc. re iirst to appear was e. Iitlito willner jollllsml. of Nortli wales. He was iresll irolil o luoleout over the county, with [lie Ixlillllzllc oh- ll There iscollsidernblc . the ioriiier editor oi the North skecord, in Ill‘! llartl luck, hut lie lrzllkly says, utter a canvass (Ill llle Elitor Jrililisoil opt-alcsliitlie activ- ity that is liciiig put up liy the ly I) Trustee lohn Booth. oi enlistin- h . .e '2 s. 3 E E Q‘ 1: . cti and is willing to lIl‘l[) litlck llle Callie boom fitlililciillly if l'C1llIlI’E(l, which, according to lilr. lolllls-oil's wA statement, won’t be necessary. is long , nsllhacli, oi the F9 Grand wardellsllip or the Grand Lodg: of Odd Fellows is 3 re.‘- deur at this city ill the person oi Rev. H. B. Tile election pears that he and his iricuds have iiiade at thorough can any and through the iliails oild ex- pect to carry on the Slate lloiior which is promotion tor the youlig ow. collllly delegation dllring the de- hute e new prolliliitory larv on Tuesday evening was . . llllilsicleer,oi lrollhriclge, who is glance at the ior this pllrpost Mr. Hulhickzrllnll conversation with Horace Auditor Gellert1l's o te. wlial toolc place hetwccll these two candidates is only known to the geullenieli tlleuisoli-cs. 1+; llnzo-Gent-i nicycle: ltrlluhler prelerred. Addrcis Box 3o5, Ardulorc. l-ass persoih 5-w lllontgoilicry County orator and 5- dd Fcl 1‘ seated among the liloittgonlcry W" and publisher ltlr. nroole rodit. srrupt-rty on-ueri anticipating runk. irig cnillleclion with the sewer liysleiu should ri-ltd the ndverliselnent or con- lrncklr Ilhrvcll. -Mr, Lewis G. spohu, lullnuger oi the Ardniti orh H. s. stillwilgon, ..nlue llirge shad are the specialty aervtsl ouncuu. lllr. . old dsllerinrl llrs patrons gel the heueiir oi his lrrlowl- el.olli oi pmplt who heard or “W;rtIle< the "n hr- tahes place on saturday liiglir and W - Grnlld conductor McGl:lth<:ry reels '1 5 Cw,’ 1:: certain of heing elcoted. it up. ,,,,,,,,m on sunduy and round it as rrpreeenlcd-a illrllng rite tor a sullurhall colony. as w. ldtnllna . Mr. George tv. hruiluiun died at the honie oi liiu duuglitor, liirs. Norulnll 1. int siiiley dniore, o avenue, Ar ilurwluy uloriliilg. r. a ter since the death oI hi: wire seven your. ll o. Tile lnllerul will he held at the house. sllilcy nrlinl Tw llcr cllliltlvcll sllrvlve-I'rol. Ell. Mcllltgunlery Count 4. e ‘ ac- gar G. tilnliiiuu, oi I(il'I cheater, N. Y.. m n’ ,1]; commgneemg“ Fox‘ lilrls, llownrtl I.. Ellol1r0I Mexico In y I “ oi Skippack towrlslllp. 0 "‘- O a look at Legblnllxre. these In Honor oi Miss Keier. gclitlcnieu were uilllug take is ,,,, , 1, . hi l'ilr.lllletl e r, u York, in vlullllig her sister, lilar snpiue Ki-ler, principal or liillu school, and in r. all A ll lice lilowror, lilr. til i llrlnln, Mil-to A lllrlt. lt- iii. Pyolt and Min 8. Keiei-. , A C. N. nilvis deals in. He an ut at Atlantic nud be utio l> resort tor niully Ardillore people who " is ' e ' service hr, l=riir weher, the popular am a E -The reul eilole people win took Tl.l oi reports uciivity in rcalesiute this weelr. a TRACK SCHEDULE ,-- r ‘ FOR HAVERFORD Duul Meets whhklltgcrs and lvesleyan Will Forlll Part of the Season's’ lVork. CLASS SPORTS ON APRIL 8 Mnililgcr Dusllllell, Eflnftl ollege lraclt tt-uni, has rlnliouuceil lllc aclleduleiorllie ooulilrg rruio . laud college llrxt yeoi. s I titll: Ill 3 l (in lctull from Wzslt-yurl ' the district e winner. The schedule lollows: suturday, April selvrclirriinary inter- clusss is par . Tuesday, April iisl-iuuls,inlerclass 3 rill Thursday, April l34IIIlt:rcltt-Ki relay ces. suturrlny, April H-I‘rillct'lDtl liuiidi. clspganlew suturrlay, April zgv-[ix-Il)I>$y'V:IKlIll re. luy ncu (speciul events). saiurdiy, hlny 6rI)Illll uluel, wer- leyuu university, lit Hnvvrltlrtl suiurdny, liluy ao-lluul A Pllalllslliu Tlnl. The hasehall ool it that - ca lnliu for that position. iill or wllrlln lira slowly ruululilig iuin lorni. Tlk'M‘lIBllllIt has been arrangeilusi l ; April67Villallovd I’It'piinllllry scliool, d a at villa is. nav April ao-cluntlcu lligll Srllool, at Anlrnore. April a5-clleatcr lligll school, at Arrliuore. April iy-cnnulnn cuuuleri. zluy 4-Cllelielillnlll nigh school, ut Aslibollrn riigh st-lrool, ut tnslllllnl llcail.-lily, ill Aftlv re. ’ llay lr-nligllt School, in west tlore. n May necllvstnllt ilill rlcnlleuly, nl chestnut H . lune i-viii lovn llrt-parallir,i- sclnsol, at Arrlnlore. e lune h-Pllilailelplrlu llusinees college, at Ar more June 9rCl.lclIclllllllrl lligh scliool, ut Ardniore. ee--o will Iho cairtrnlsainnm lleaa Thlui Editor "Artllllorc cilrnll ii: i have ulwrlys hero iii iovor an , nlotlerii conveniences is running street llglliiug, good sillcwnilt l he ved the tulle would he liluiicd oeiore we would eujnvr t r e cvullly: llrnlnilge rieir at hand, with the threat or illc-gully pa, E orri ml to put down new lslileivalltl in our expense wcliuve I paling ipoi lug our slrrc with irclglu ve lrrltclu; rind, to cup rnwir, rte h the n or rlu qvlrliul lg night lluleous hy his ollttlivlr prucllco on ahugle. I tliiulr ii ulryolie vlnllw is in rcnlcotule,l.inl iillsiilrrtiilrllgclo ho “Ilel(lup" irirrlrllilvrgl-. lllll the cost or rluewsldcwallr,crip.ytlle IltlII( strict. as ell as the ruigluy llllglt .lultlllice,- he should conic iuid lniy a lrousc on cliulter nrcnuc. rlrlluiure. No Lrollr. Religious Moving Pictures. Neil 'l'tlt-illny i-it-nlng Ml. -r. A. it lluii, Rmarlllllill, iuotiriu ]>it'lllH‘N pur. irayllrg lilo pass" ill pluy w ill he gireu ' or at. Tllliiiilli t'l.urili. villullova. Any person who ll‘ iioi haveille npporlliuuy tilitrellils rilhl hlliolilai-l uruliny cvcl up at lirin r ulituilll not tlitl la are it April 4. lil tho uuluc Iillnled Puliiiti" iilll “'l'lin lllily ('lIy" wil in- d sung llia lilnnlier to pll-lino lilo ulout critical. uic-cl, Rut. W I gers college. it Now Ilruxww lc hour lorloit high school an Grind .Buaba.II1' . Cl t one or I sptculntn It OLD LAND1viARl<' TO BE RAZED The nlrlrch oi illlprovenieut and progrrai in ollr town will ohliterate another of lnudlll rk: of lh the pllte. In our last issue he gave a illll the sale. ll'e recent w h the worlt or demolition The old uianriou w huilt in i797uull was considered a ma: buildin . It was iurrn land. which couipriscrl tli tract which was purchased hy Jiicoh sih- ley in I309. on scpteiuherasth olthot yeur the young landowner wu nlurrieii and hrought his hride horue. Here seven children were horn, two or years. Tile iourtll h, was hor th in t ltin X357. parenli she cunieiulo possession oi ille properly. on sore lies :6, I359, llle present owner, Will in c. ltlcclintoch, was born their, and at the death iii his niolllcr, in rslso, the property heouiiie his. Th: house, lliough weatliering the stornis oi drcd years, is still in ii iuir old place will he mud and a hiuidsonre this i picture or the old houlestelul Is it " stiuds today heiore the workmen negili W it will not he nlany wcrlia lieiore llie ‘ THE MCCLINTOCK liolilF.sTl3rtl:l. Ikvuclllr! will he built by the lmlley com- hicli will include wuilirig rooul -a s = .< 4 e and callriuotli r. ous olilces. liccliuiocle has had. corps oi lahorers ut worlr lis weelr renloriiigtlle ahrunne , which he had trails planted to his ouu lawn. 5;- ear hili seen several changes to lr cl rd log crcelr, near iere, lh oi which have hccn turned into modern dwelling hnusei. lllentller-hoardcd Iro ud haelr. plIll< tereil null: and is new shingle root, with llornlcr it lulow has urilornied the iuiiioui log cntiin. The dute. i699. on the hlhlet under the eaves ieenls entirely out or hcopillg with the niodcriiirr up. house, every trace or his hcen covered hy the ii... to lrllun-ll to he two cel unes st lluluw [lie CII)lI is another builds ingot uuclelu dun-, which has turned grurlually ir ’ to I dwelling house. a lllllc one.rlory slonl: it last century. wi svmlltl story added, ii no llw rug. in server CALL FOR STATE CONVEN- T ON. Tile lollowitlg letter has been is hell hy U. 9. senator Pcnrosc cllairluan ot the state Repltlllicztll Colllilliltce: To the Rcpulilicnn Electors oi llcllllsyli-auia; Ialll directed by tile Republi- ca State Committee to a - noullce that the Rcplibli nus oi I"cnl1syll‘nllia, hy their duly chosen rtprcsclltalivcs, will lnl‘l‘l iii cullvelltioii at the Lyceum 'l‘llL-atre III the city of llarrisbtlrg, on werlilcsday, April 25, 1905, at lo.30 o'clock a. ni., tor the pur- pose oi nollliiiallilg calitlitlalcs ior tllc iollowing oillccs, viz: one person tor tllc oihcc oi State Treasurer. Tllrcc pcrsoils tor the oilicc ul = .l Judge oi the superior court, and lor the transaction of such other huslncss as may he presented. In accordance with tilt: rtllcs govcrnili the organization, the represclltalion in the state Con- vention will be 1) F0 :7 -s 2 5. or 5 E on adililioiiul deli-gale iiir ovcry traction of a,ooo votes pollc-ti ill Excess of l.oi:io. lly cirtlcl‘ oi the statc cuiuulit- Pcllrose, clinirninu. Antlrcws. Sccrctary so lloi. e NV .li. Guarantee saiety chest. tt-c Saidty Cltcst lllig. t.‘ti., OI l‘rirl Kcllllctly. The makers of this clrosl, ulucll is pniui against clcryilullg that destroys lulu- t’ll)lL‘S, “ill CllL‘(‘VlIIll)‘ Iflltc hurl. the chest and rcitlliil tllc iiltrilty to any pllrtllascr who is not sati-- licd. ap WANTED. GIRL wunlr Illlilllitlll tn (It) grllcrhl lull lalllily. llpply lit , llluplcuvcllur, Working for New Automobile Le islation. ilarrisliurg was the scene oi a Tuesday the Jlltlicizlry Gencral conuuil- c of the State Senate on the two lulttce lIa’l(l One of the bills ha-l been prepar- ctl, it is said, by E. A. Ballard, oi I’llilatlclpllia. for tile Alltolllcbile Cluli, tor the cx'prt>ss purpose ap- parciilly oi putting the first class Tilt-stlzly tllc autornoliile club at- ll‘ll(l(‘tl in a holly, while the rust class townships wcrc rcprcsclllcd by lllr. Dacosta and hlr. win. I. scliaricr. The latter won a not- Ltltlc victory in sccurirlg the tip- poinlrucnt oi a sliii-corrlrrlittcc oi sciialnrs, colisisting oi lilcssrs lnrRohci-ts llilllscli hcilig lllc rt]>rnst‘llt:Ilil'e oi Lower lilerioii s sill)-cnnlitlitlce ls Rlulnor, and llir.,Philip Jollusou. of tile Alllnlllohilc Cllll), and it is certain that it hill satisfactory to tile tllwllsllill rcilrcsclltzllivcs will ltc pn rd, lian . Privet Hedges. it you are tllilliciug rri planting a pril.-l lit-llgc this sprillg. it vtill he uorlll your ululc to gk'l1HlU(li’ luilr irolu tllc l‘ili:.ull-lpllli lit-llgu tlilupnlly, NI7‘ .lrrutlr llrulilllig, l-lrriutlrlpiria, rd. Tilt‘) nun work. All iurpllry in their env- ailtlrees ulll reecivu prtilupl at- lnlllirui; rlr. cal plloilc is, wuync. (‘.K])s‘I’It‘llCt‘ll . aluliclou. advertising is prorltuhlc.