The Meyersdale commercial. (Meyersdale, Pa.) 1878-19??, July 24, 1913, Image 2

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* #| A new town is on the map of Som-| Mr. and Mrs. Levi Mountain have | fe
+ N F iG H BO R HO D N EWS. + | erset county—the town isnot so large left for their home, after spending The Ability to (he ck
oo - - in population now, but great in possi- | several weeks with W. 8S. Mountain a ; il
+ % bilities. The opening of the Black SR EE
* News ltems of Interest From Near-by Places, Gleaned by The mines and the track to the B. & O.| Samuel Lakel, one of Addison’s fine i x
+ Commercial's Special Correspondents. { will make this a great industrial cen-| citizens, was here on Saturday on his Shows Man S SIPremacy
REE ERs SRE SERRE RRR tre for years io eome, | way to Pittsburg. A
| © The coal company expects to ship| H. P. Burnworth, manager of the TER I SEE EE ET SR
HOOVERSVILLE. ¥ PINE HILL ] | coal from these mines by the middle Humbert Company store, was a busi-
July 22—Dr. C. A. Ross, formerly ns July are are busy making ! of August. | oss caller here on Sabaiday.
of Hyndman, bas established a den- ‘hay and cu ling grain. : 2 ; :
tal office in the Roger & Ober build- . B. F. Miller, of the West Side is a
4 typhoid fever patient.
ing and will operate between Hooy- ;
ersville and Cairnbrook. Dr. Ross While on his way to Friendsville on
1 mended, having Saturday, Dr. H. L. McIntyre, a med-
the Pennsylva- ical examiner of the B. & O., stopped
: off here.
i Maryland and
of Dental Exami- Milton Clark, the baker, is much
If the horses, cattle and chickens had their
way they would enter the ripening hay and grain
fields and eat and trample down the maturing
products. Having a feast today—a famine
But man builds fences, mows and reaps,
saves and stores away the summer’s abundance
: Buildings are going up very rapidly
F. C. Lichty and family, Mr. and |in Romesberg, but still the demand
Mrs. F. A. Handwerk and family |for homes is such that the carpenters
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter | cannot keep up with the requige-
'Baer’s on Sunday, when a grand din- | ments. The houses are occupied be-
| ner was served and all enjoyed the| fore they are finished.
day. | have started a
Romesberg Bros.,
Ofiio State Busi The children’s Da ices held |
> Stn wg z y services held |store and are already doing a good |; e : :
BES ny wish him sn abundance |on Sunday evening in the Hays | business. ii a poche ls for the winter's needs,
a Le Lf ip yuunsen Were latgely attended. W. H. Hoyland, foreman is making | fiends in Youngstown. 2 The same care, the same restraint, the pru-
Coird EB st Hoovers- | a electedpeacher a first class track from the minesto| p = _ 4 noo J.T. Fox and daugh- dent man employs with his money. Dollars in
willie, will sval on Satur-| woo andt il and S. P | B £0.54 : ter, who have been visiting Mrs. Fox’s the pocket go quickly. :
Sax ame. | Baer ant feral weg gl Myton Resh sid family Of Moyers (petomts, Mr, and Mrs, 0. oF, Groff, "Dollars in the bank go slowly: The writing
Lows Both, the merchant and |g wa.q ey i S at dale are now citizens of Romesberg. | eft for their home at Conshohoken, £ BC 3 bef. d
Bamckster, was at Johnstown recently. | w 5 y 1 7 Norman Weimer and family of Mey- | Pa., on Friday. ola check causes us to think twice beiore spend-
Lloyd Kregar has gone to Con- | e are informed that orman ersdale are living here. Mr. Weimer| gj B, Coughnour, a B. & O. engineer ng.
['Neimiller has purchased the Henry |js running the ‘‘dinkey’’ and Park at
: : | Bittner property to which he recently | the present time is working on the
Daniel B. Miller, of near Stoyes- moved, and will seek employment of | track.
town, has been on the sick list. idati
: us > the Consolidation Coal Company, The branch runs from the mines to
The enterprising Shoemaker, Jac.| Russell Baughman, of Pine Hill, | McSpadden on the B. & O. where a
DeMarco, has all the work he can bought a Ford car from Ream Bros., | steel tipple is being erected, costing
do and does it satisfactorily. of Berlin. $20,000.
Subscribe for The Commercial. | Elis Werner made a certifidate as a| The coal company has the contract
Mr. Long, of near Salisbury, was |teacher and will teach the Good Town | to supply the B. & B. engines on the
killed on the S. & C. branch, on the school. * Elis will teach foreigners| main line.
crossing south of Hooversville on | some of the English. | Efforts are being made. to have
Saturday night. He was at work at| Harry Werner works at Rockwood | either free mail delivery here or the |
the Federal mines and was on his | ap present. | establishment of a postoffice. The |
way to the boarding house.
: : | A crowd of young people attended | latter would be more satisfactory.
John Felker is on the sick list. | (1 fostavel, at Berkley’s Mill, and| Since the dinkey is mean enough at
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Williams, gave | report a good turn out All returned | times to jump the track on the curves, |
: > 4 | J rl. W.H. Ki >
a dinner party at Wagner’s grove | home filled with ice cream. | the expert track man thinks the rails | oN Rand oe hes
on Sunday when they entertained —_————————— | ought to be sent back to the shops to | for wy esl i hh sls
the following guests, Dr. D. Gildner, SIPPLEVILLE. | have the corners chiseled off, while | Aliantie Nefning ompany-
Dr. C. A. Ross, Dayid Edwards and | July 13th— John Albright was a | others think the rails are all right if | E. C. Rowley, of near Jersey church,
the Mesdames Mary Keiffer and Su-| yojeome caller at the home of his the curves are put in properly. For | vas in town on business on Saturday.
san Brown. Mis,
| daughter-in-law, Lucy Shoe- | this new idea in making rails for |
A double silk fiag, costing $126 and | maker, on Saturday evening. | curves an increase in salary should
made by Mrs. Adalberh Perenyi, of | raster Luther Smith and John Ful- | be in order. :
New York, and receiyed at Hoovers: |, were visitors at the home of Mrs. | Romesberg is on the map to stay.
ville by Rev. Father Rae, of Johns- ' Lucy Albright Sunday evening. | Come and live among us. The Black
town, and was presented by him to | Goorae Primrose, of Coal Runs ant] mines will be a busy place in the
the Elso Bens Creek Magyr Bonyarz | S ger 2 SP
Bs Egylet No. 11, of Hoovyersville. fo
| future.
On Saturday preceding the christen- |
of Connellsville, was greeting friends
in town for a few days last week.
Scott Rush and Wm. Reeves, of
Humbert, were transacting business
in town last week.
C. E. Yeagley has drilled a well to
the depth of 175 feet. The flow, how-
ever, was not satisfactory and he has
decided to go deeper.
W. H. Zufall and H. E. Purbaugh,
of Harnedsville, were transacting
business in town last week.
| E. W. Debolt, of Charleston, who |
had been sick, visited in town on|
| Saturday.
finemce on a business mission.
Show your supremacy by opening an account
and your ability to check yourself by checking on
Oitizens National Bank. |
I a 0. hh Bll Bho hos B Sle fc Or Bo
Holzshu & Welmer's
Will show to you the best line of
Marcellus and Charles Burnworth, |
prosperous farmers, of Johnson Capel, |
were among town visitors on Saturday.
Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Crowe,of Union-
town have returned home after visit-|
ing the latter’s sister and husband, |
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sellers at the
Confluence House.
aturday and Sunday with his family
£ this place. Work every day. Read The Mey-
. ersdale Commercial in the evening
‘ ing of the flag a parade formed 8
their hall and paraded on the princi
pal streets. It was a gala day, the |
music being furnished by the Magyar
band of Johnstown, concluding the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bittner, of | and be happy all the year ’round.
Meyersdale, spent Sunday at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Wm. McKellup was a welcome cal-
eee eee fee
July 22.—Sarah Ringler and daugh-
Is It Necessary to Bag Grapes?
A grape grower in the eastern part
of Pennsylvania wrote to State Zoolo-
ter Nancy Davis of Coal Run, spent
Flour, Feed, Etc.
We Buy in Car Lots, Hence
parade the society assembled at their | ler at. the home of Ross Albright on | : x
hall where a brief address was de- | Sunday evening. 2 | last Thursday with W. W. Nicholson’s.
livered by Father Rac, in which he| Mrs. Robert Lee was a welcome |. Mrs. Wilson Ringler, spent Sunday
spoke very favorably of the Ameri-| caller at the home of Mrs. W. Arkley | in Salisbury and vicinity.
can flag and received great applause. | on Monday. William Seggie and family spent
Following are the officers: —President, | | Sunday in Greenville township with
Charles Schrader’s.
23 Mrs. L. A, Smith were the guests
Joe Vered; Secretary. Joe Dudas; ¢ Mrs. Webb, of Saylors’ Knob, on :
Treasurer, John Peter. | Monday. Freeman Fike, son Samuel and Ed-
EES ward Engle, are painting this week
| . . 2 ’
RIDGE VIEW. DE Re A A | in Milford township. “Grapes will ripen as well outside |
| com e A pain i 3 3
July 15—Augusta Jacobs and our Freeze on Sunday afternoon. John Seigner and family spent Sun- of paper bags as in them. The object |
gist, H. A. Surface, Harrisburg, and |
asked ‘‘Is there any remedy to get |
good grapes without putting them in
bags? I left some out last year and
every one was stung. Please let me |
know if I can gfow grow grapes with-
out such great work as bagging them.
To this Professor Surface replied as
Can Save You Money. ‘
Goods Delivered Free.
Both Phones.
Centre Street
day in Meyersdale, with Wm. Seeler’s,
] ! for placing them in bags is to keep
genial postmaster, C. N. Jeffreys| pfiss Catherine Smith took supper |, “qo ; 7 broth 7 raged
has painted their dwelling houses at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A Mrs. Seigner’s brother and family.
clean. You can spray with proper
pests away from them and keep them |
i :
Ray Commons, who has been in fungicides and insectisides and keep | WILL MAKE
them clean. You can spray with prop- | A
] . __ |er fungicides and insecticides and |
| Prof. S. C. Witt of Summits Mill, | keep the grapes healthy in this man- |
| made a welcome call in our tOWn on | pop and thus avoid the neccessity of |
Regular Visits to Meyersdale.
{ Monday. bagging. Commercial grape growers |
| Mrs. David Cramer of Meyersdale, do not practice bagging, as it is more
which adds quite an improvement |g, ith on Wednesday. Ray ; :
to both. | Mrs. L.A. Smith was calling on | Michigan for two years i at his home
Mrs. Minnie Graham, and son Frank | yrs G. W. Smith, of the South Side, jn Roumania, at present.
of Brooklyn, N.Y., who have been | on Wednesday. . {
here for a few days with friends, left ;
for their home. .
Mrs. Mary Henica and friend, Miss
ibn Sa Union jenic in Al. Bittner’s| = J 53 0 s ; : |
Minnie Mason, of Connel'sville, were| Dy as well attended. | spent last Thursday with ‘Thomas |economical in saying time and money | Dr. Johnson and assistant, of Pittsburgh, specialist on chronic dis-
in Addison. 15 sy x Yount mored us with | Swindell’s. to spray instead to take the time to |] eases, will be at the :
Miss Jessie Risheberger, and Miss a iy Ti Mrs. John Stein of Meyersdale, was | place them in bags. Where one has |
Slicer House, Tuesday, July 29, 1913,
giving all who are sick an opportunity to consult these eminent special- :
ists free of charge and get advice and treatment right at your home. Dr. !
Johnson has decided to visit this place by request of people living here,
who otherwise would not have the chance to consult him. Irealize that
a visit to Pittsburgh to see me would be a hardship to the sick, therefore
I come to you, believing that more good can be accomplished to see the
largest number of sick. I ask, therefore, all who need the service of an
expert specialist in chronic and long-standing diseases to call and see
me, consult me free of charge, get my advice, and if I find after exam-
ing you that I cannot cure ynu, I will gladly tell you, and if your case
i / | /m. Seggie’ Monday. | but a few vines, however, it pays him |
feah A. Nicols, Mr. and Mrs. John | Hold favor pe-) a caller at Wm. Seggie’s on ’
Stark, of Addisen, and Mr. and Mrs. fre : op Oe 5 p Miss Eliza Miller and sister of Mey- fo take time to bag them.
Orville Stark, of Bond,» Md., were | : > : pp | ersdale, at Milton If you had sprayed with an ounce
Sunday visitors here. The Glade City Sunday geno will} pipers. of arsenate of lead in each gallon of
: hold a lawn fete on Saturday even- water beginning. about the time th
Fred I Melyjlle, of Sern a re or the benefit of Se stool] Frat oe 8 of a ip i nd
Ed ol with Mr, an Is: ‘| and an invitation is extended to all. at Indian repeating this once every two weeks
2 : Come for ice cream and cake. | Creek, with his son and daughter-in- | for three or four spraying, your grapes |
Mrs. Augusta Burrow aged { Creer, wi g 4 : Shay
a a fhizen. di od this even Our grocers keep fresh, goods, and | jaw, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thorpe. would not have been stung. The in- |
snd respected cihizen, (le '€0- | Js doing a splendid business. | w : Ai sect you describe is the grape berry |
ing with dropsy. Mrs. Burrow has | | Miss Mary Painter, of Rogers Mill, moth which damages a great deal of
spent Monday
eel eet
Jobe Thorpe spent Sunday
been sick a long time, yet her death | The Savage brick works are rush-|jeft on Tuesday for Greensburg, where |
came unexpected. She was 78 years
of age and leaves the following
children. Mrs. Hanna Wilhelm,
Pensacola, Fla., Mrs. Jacob Show,
and Christopher, of Listonburg, Mrs.
Bertha Walter and Miss Minnie abt
home. Mrs. Wilhelmi and son,
Herman arrived from Pensacola.
of | are
| than ever.
ed with orders, and giye employ-
ment to a great many men.
Bdward Bitter, was able to attend
They |
she will visit friends.for a few days.
| attack of neuralgia.
| the plenie on Friday ond was grect-) Run were the guests of Mrs. Alice
ed by a great many people who
were pleased to see him out and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dennis, of Har- | enjoy the day.
risburg, who have been visiting the
latter’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. Laud-
erbaugh, left for their home
Mrs. Annie Kurtz and Mrs. Hattie
Kurtz were called to the bedside of
the former’s son George, who lives
at Humbert, is very ill with rheu-
July 20—Mr. Frank Heil, is spend-
ing his yacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Heil
Miss Hazel Heinbaugh, is visiting
friends in Connellsville.
Miss Iona Whipkey is the guest of
relatives in Connellsville.
Last Sunday was banner day for
the Sunday school. The largest at-
Tnes- | tendance in its history.
On Sunday, Rev. D. L. Clapper,
preached an excellent sermon. Next
Sunday Rev. M. Romesburg will
again preach.
Yes, Mrs. Forest, you were rather
shy, but we saw all about it in the
Pittsburgh Sunday Post. Congratu-
lations to you and yours.
Miss Stella Miller and Mr. Hand-
werk have been elected teachers for
our schools.
July 21—Well boys get your horns
and bells ready as it looks as if
| Reed and Mrs. John May.
Warren Younkin spent Sunday vis-
| iting his parents, near Mill Run.
W. E. Walcott, of Jones’ Mill, had
a shght paralytic stroke, and isin a
critical condition.
F. D. Swearman spent Sunday at
the guests of Miss Annie and Mary
Wm. Reed and Harry Collins, of the
McFarland Lumber Company, spent
Sunday at Humbert. :
Mrs. Berkey Hayman/of Confluence,
is spending several days this week
with her sister, Miss Margaret
The ladies of the Lutheran church
will hold a festival on Aug. 1 and 2,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eberharter |
. H. C. Krepps is confined to his home | advise bagging duri J bub ol
h wages to-day : a - | adylise bagging uring June, but not
ghar Be day! ear Mill Run, suffering with a severe | pefore the blossoms drop. Grapes that |
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thorpe ,of Mill should sell for a faney price.
fruit in this state, but is easily killed |
by spraying with arsenate of lead. 1I|
have been bagged and kept clean |
1f one |
can develop a special trade, such as |
these grapes will justify, it may pay |
him to place bags over them even |
though for market. It would scarcely |
pay you to attempt to place fly netting |
over a whole vine. :
—— ee een
Any skin itching is a temper tester.
The more you scratch the worse it
itches. Doan’s Ointment is for piles,
eczema—any skin itching. 50 cents
at all Drug Stores. ad
Under the direction of Prof. S. G.
Smith of Pittsburgh, singing classes |
recruited from all the Somerset |
churches will present, two cantatas in |
the opera house within the next few |
weeks. ‘The Holy City,” will be |
given on July 31st, and “A Dream of |
accept your case.
a permanent cure.
every case.
is curable, which in 90 per cent. with my new treatment get well, I will
I cure Rheumatism in one month, no matter how long standing. I
give you relief at once.
the blood, relieves the kidneys at once.
1 CURE Kidney and Bladder troubles.
pain in back, urine highly colored, dark sediment, pain along spine,
weak back and headaches, come to me and let me show you why I can
give you a cure—does the urine burn you, pass it too frequently, pains in :
the bladder and prostrate gland, I can relieve you at once and give you
Have you pains after eating, does your food disagree with you, suffer
from constipation and gasses in the bowels ? Then come and consult me.
I will cure you in one month, complete restoration to health.
If you have blood poison, which causes eruption, pimples, sore throat,
eczema, and all rash and sores, no matter how long you have been sick,
1 can cure you of the disease, many cases with one treatment.
1 positively cure all unnatural conditions that you may be suffering
from. My home treatment has been used by thousands with benefits in
I cure Lung trouble, Nervous diseases, Epilepsy, Catarrh, Piles and
all Chronic and Special diseases.
My treatment removes the cause of it, purifies
If you have Kidney trouble,
Po there is going to be a wedding |; vast. office buildi ear + : Se cps .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tiarahy and or 4s & eon young lady: of in the old Post-office building. Fairy Land,” a pretty children’s can- | YOUNG MEN.—I especially invite men who are sick, nervous, weak,
children were guests of Mrs. Harri- A ee ye 2 J. -J. Enfield is seriusly ill at his | tata. on August 1st despondent, loss of ambition, no desire to work or pleasure, I want you
son Sechler, on Sunday. Meyersdale went to visit Hays home on East Broadway ’ august . to call and get my special advice. I cure blood diseases, Variocele,
’ . church on Sunday and as the road a, I Wr e weakness, losses, ‘and drains stopped in ten days. Ulcers, loss of ambi-
9 a 7 Te = 7 ¥'3s J ’ amb
Aaron Lape’s daughter of Mt. has a turn in it, she stopped off at Mrs. E. F. F Sher is spending sever- ; |} tfon, nervous debility, lack of energy and'all special diseases of a private
Pleasant, was a Casselman visitor | pr. John Boyer’s and has not ar- al weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. nature. Consult me confidentially, and I assure you a permanent and
last week. rived home vob G. OC. Tannehill, of Black township. CAS ; OR { A lasting cure.
The “Pink Rase Scryice?”? which " qT ! Miss Rae Milhouse is the guest of = ps os er E REMEMBER Vi
was rendered by the choir of the U.
B. church Sunday last, was enjoyed
by all. | mended for strengthening digestion, FOR FLETCHER'S Bears the Meyersdale, Tuesday, July 1. Call and be convinced of a treatment
Matt Younkin, was a Casselman | purifying the blood. At all drug | Signature of 7 7% that will cure you.
ler Saturday. cs. $1.00 a ‘bottle. a | CASTORIA | A
For dyspepsia, our national ailment,
use Burdock Blood Bitters. Recom-
friends and relatives at Latrobe.
Children Cry
The Kind You Have Always Bought
For Infants and Children.
I will make regular monthly visits to your town, and no matter what
your disease is, I want you to come and. consult me. I have treated only
chronic diseases for 25 years.
Consultation is free. At Slicer House,