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$ i 3 George McDonald made a business | Mis. Robert Crone, of Meyersdale, 1 >
N E § G HB O RRO O D N EWS. - | trip to Conneclisville on Friday. | ! last Thursday with Mrs. Ed
$ . 3 : Edward Kurtz, oft McKeesport, was | En le.
3 | the guest of bis unele, H. Kurtz, fora| Wm. Camj bel, of Pittsburg, was a! :
News Items of Interest From Near-by Places, Gleaned by The %|fe v day |'v' im caller Tast' Friday. : He attended) i
$ Commercial’s Special Correspondents. 4 J. C. Hillor, of Stoystown, was i t tunera! of his brother in Mey ers-| | Condensed Sta te ment
Gi Fit shsdb or dhoireteh deeded Geordie foofortect sfesfordent ofrefesbest pooled bedded | guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Napier | l= on Thursday. 1 n oc iia
GLADE CITY. SALISBURY. : | several day. $ Ws ra. Gertrude Wasmu h, of Meyers- J .
Prof. Dalton Handwerk, of the ad- Members of the Wild Cat Club and Wa yo el yd per iy Jas Pejaay with her sister C ITIZENS N AT iC N A L BAN K
wanced school, has been confined to |some of their friends indulged in a gwo y
his bed for seyeral days and the in- sleighing party and chicken supper @ John Weaver made a business trip Elmer Walker had an Economy : x
to Connelsville on Friday. telephone intalled in his residence MEYERSDALE, PA,
dications are that he is suffering
with typhoid pneumonia at his board-
ing house. His many friends hope
for his speedy recovery.
The Sunday school was unusually
well attended on Sunday. Next Sun-
day Rey. Mr. Romesburg of Garrett
will preach and a cordial invitation
is extended to all to be present.
The Savage fire brick coal mines
are busy taking out coal and ship-
ping them to Maxwell and Hynd-
Mrs. Harry Wahler who is employ-
home on a visit to his family for a
ghort time at Keystone Junction.
The Glade City correspondent fail-
ed to furnish last week the item of
the death of Mrs. Willard Legg, of
Acbsta, daughter of Mrs. George
Ohler. She had been ailing for some
$ime and while on a visit to her moth-
er died. Her funeral was held on the
19th. Rev. Neeld conducted the
service. Interment took place in
the Union cemetery. She was aged
33 years and is survived by her hus
band and six small children. Pe
Ed. Bittner is able to be around
again, but isstill in feeble health.
His friends hope for his speedy re-
covery to health. J
Our butcher, J. W. Forest; slaugh-
fered two of the finest head of cat-
tle last week that have been in this
community for some time.
Francis Swearman, our grocer is
The Leasier Bros., opened the Crab
‘#Tole coal mine, are doing a good
business and are ready to fill all
Miss Nancy Hechler is very sick at
present with lung feaver.
My, Samuel Hoffmyer was a Tues-
day caller at Chas Yutzy’s. x
The report is that Miss Edna Baker,
who has been very sick with lung
. «fever, is slowly improving.
“Ms. and Mrs. W. Ankney have aj
very sick baby at this writing. }
Ww. H. Merbaugh is putting out a
iarge amount ef coal this week.
Mrs. John Tressler of town was a
Thursday caller on Mrs. Ezra Sipple.
Mrs. N. B. Hechler was a Thursday
caller at W. Ankney’s,
George Fulmer, of near here, made
a business trip tq Sippleville on Thurs-
Mrs. Eva Eaton and son, of Detroit,
Mich., are visiting her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George
Edward Pritts, of town, was seen
in town on Friday.
Jadob Kidner is driving a team for
Bert Tressler, who operates a coal
Mrs. J. G. Malcolm moved ber fur-
niture from here to Connellsville “on
Friday where she will make her home.
Mrs. J. Wyland was a Friday caller
on Mrs. John Baker.
Mr. N. B. Heckler was ‘a business
visitor ab Rockwood Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Smith spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Smith of the South Side.
Miss Lilia Tressler was a Monday
caller in Sippleyille.
Mr. L. Seihl of town was a business
«caller in Sippleville Monday.
Miss Pearl Linderman spent Sun-
day with friends at’ Bidwell.
Fred Rafferty spent Sunday calling
on friends in Hyndman.
Mrs. Robert Holt and daughter are
‘fhe guests of relatives in Ursina this
Newman Boyd was a business caller.
in Bidwell Saturday.
. Moses Burnworth was a caller in
Prsina Saturday and Sunday.
John Harbaugh and daughter Miss
Oma of Victoria, were shoppers and
callers in town Saturday.
Miss May Rafferty returned to her
home after spending the past three
weeks visiting friends in Hyndman,
John Nicholson and son Sherman
enjoyed a fine sleigh ride to Maple
Walter Chuck of Uniontown spent
Saturday and Sunday at his home.
Charles Robinson returned to his
fome at Ursina after several days
spent with friends here.
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A healthy man is a king in his
own right; an unhealthy man an un-
Rappy slave. For impure blood and
slaggish liver, use Burdock Blood
Bitters. On the market 35 years.
at Grantsville on Thursday evening
of last week in honor of Victor Keim
and his friend, F. T. Bango, of
Philadelphia, who are visiting Mr.
Keim’s relatives and friends in Sal-
isbury and, Elk Lick township. The
following gentlemen, composed the
jolly party: George E. Engle, Earl
Ringler, J. A. Knecht, IL M. Ray-
man, Frank DeLozier, C. D. Wagner,
George C. Hay, H. Clay Newman,
Roscoe Welfley, John Kern, Chas.
Rhoden, W. W. Lenhart, George M.
Lowry, Harvey Martz of Salisbury,
Gilead Broadwater, Grantsville, Vie-
tor Keim, F. T Bango of Philadel-
phia and Frank Ledley of Conneuis-
yille, Pa. The party returned in the
wee sma’ hours of the morning bav-
ing enjoyed themselves immensely.
The revival meetings at/the M. E.
church under the direction of the
pastor, Rev. H. Lewis Thomas, ‘“‘the
miner evangelist?’ is still in prog-
ress and there is a good attendance
every night Undoubtedly much
good will come from the Evangelists
Born to Landlord and Mrs. William
Deitz, Tuesday January 13, a daughte »
On Tuésday evening of last week
the pupils of the second primary
school were treated to a pleasant
hour at the Dreamland Theatre by
Ira F. Hay, the genial proprietor.
Mr and Mrs. Chas. Wagner and
son Harry visited Cumberland, Md.,
one day last week.
Wm. O. Wagner, is employed by
Irvin Rayman,one of Salisbury’s hust-
ling blacksmiths. .
The next attraction of the Salis-
bury Lecture Course will appear in
Hays Opera House on Thursday
evening, January 22nd,, ‘The Kil-
larney Girls, Irish Artists, who will
entertain with vocal and instrumen-
tal music and reading.
If good sleighing continues a la g
crowd of the country people will be
in attendance at the Farmer’s’ Insti-
tite which will be held here on Fri-
day and Saturday, January 23rd and
24th, under the uuspices of the State
Department of Agriculture.
Preparatory service and Confirma-
tion were held in St. John’s Reform-
ed church on Friday evening, Holy
Communion and Infant Baptism on
Sunday ‘morning at 10180.
On Tuesday * January 18th the
stockholders of the First National
Bank of this place met and elected
the following men as directors for
the ensuing year:—N. D. Hay, J. L.
Barchus, H. N. Maust, A. E. Liv-
engood, F. A. Maust, Dr. A. M.
Lichty and L. L. Beachy. .
Dr. E.' 8. Johnston preached in the
White Oak Lutheran churchon Sun.
day a week ago and at Wellersburg
on Sunday evening;he got. snowbound
and did not return to his home until
Wednesday afternoon of last week.
The W. C. T. U. metat thehome
of Mrs. Wm. Alexander Monday
evening January 19th.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Walk-
er Boynton—A son. 4
Mrs. Charles Getty, of Grantsyille,
passed through town last Wednesday
with friends at Oakland, Md.
the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Hawn, ‘Sunday last.
being nursed by her sister, Thomas
The latter part of last week was a
busy one for those that wished to
put up ice. The ice on Flog Pond,
at Boynton was exceptionally good,
both in thickness and quality.
E. H. Miller, and OC. M. May were
business visitors to Jenners and
Boswell last Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. 8S. S. Wells, returned last
Tuesday from Tyrone and Houtzdale,
where she had been visiting rela-
tives and friends for several months.
Iryin Welfley, who for some time
was working at Akron, Ohio, arrived
last week for a visit with his mother,
Mrs. Howard Yaist.
Clarence D. Miller of New Ken-
sington, Pa., spent several days last
week with parents and friends at
Marie Yaist visited at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Yaist near Coal Run, Sunday.
Rev." W. W. Wagner, of Salisbury,
preached in the Methodist Episcopal
church, of Meyersdale last Sunday at
10:30 and 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. 8. O. MeClune who was the
guest of Miss Emma McClune, at
the McClune home on Union street,
returned to her home in Pittsburgh,
on her return home from a visit
Mr. and Mrs. Peter “Hawn, and
children of Meyersdale were visiting
Mrs. Casper Wahl, is critically in
at her home on Grant street. ‘She is
a business caller in town on Friday.
Saturday with her aunt, Mrs. T. R.
Edgar, on the West Side.
Miss Etta Costello, of Fort Hill,
was in town shopping, Saturday.
"town on business Saturday.
Miss Grace James, of Connellsville,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Black,
on the West Side for several weeks.
Mrs. John Fick went to Homestead
yesturday where she will spend sev-
eral days with her daughter Mrs.
Alfred Younkin. Mr. and Mrs. Youn-
Charles Fields, of Dickerson Run.
parents Mr. and Mrs. David Fields.
Ursina, were in town Saturday.
Miss Alma Mitchell is spending a
couple of weeks with her sister Mrs.
Frank Davis at Jennings.
Mrs. John Broucher and Mrs. Mat-
tie Enos, of Markelton, were guests
of friends in town one day last week.
Miss Sarah Shiable, of Ursina, was
in town shopping Saturday.
Mrs. William Woodmancy has been
the guest of fi1iends near Indian Creek
for the past three weeks.
Carl Miller who has been manager
of the Enterprise Hardware Co. of
this place has resigned and will take
a position as traveling salesman for a
Pittsburg hardware firm. Before tak-
ing up his ney duties he will visit his
parents, Rev. and \Mrs. A. O. Miller
of Scalp Level, for seyeral weeks.
Loyd Newman is the new manager of
the Enterprise store,
L. Ephraim Romesburg and Mrs.
Boucks, both of Wilson Creek, Black
township, were united in marriage at
the home of the groom on Thursday
afternoon. Rey. D. 8, Kurtz, pastor
of the Rockwood Lutheran church
officiated. They expect to make their
future home at Wilson Creek whers
Mr. Romesburg is employed by the
Consolidation Coal Company.
Meérchand and Mrs. W. J. Gardner
and grandson Dean Gardner, of Rock-
wood, are guests this week of their
daughter and son-in-law Alderman
and Mre. M. R. Brennan of Johns-
first class condition.
ee pei aime
ride to Glade City.
the new postmaster.
welcome Prof. Engle into our town.
Edison Bowmans Sunday.
were seen in Boynton, Sunday.
bury, last week.
errr ene meester
Mrs. R. N. Marlett was called t
$1.00 a bottle. ad
H. R. Brumworth, of Humbert was
Miss Mae Bird, of Addison, spent
P. E. Vincent, of Fort Hill, was in
kin were visited by the stork at their
home recently who left them a fine
spent Friday and Saturday with his
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Critchfield, of
Miss Clara Enos, who has been ill
of typhoid fever for several weeks at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
William Enos, is reported to be rapid-
The mines of the Bradenburg Coal
Mining Company have again resumed
operations after several days shut-
down. While the mines were not in
operation a great deal of repair work
was done, and the machinery put in
Wednesday evening a crowd of
Boynton people enjoyed a delightfull
The trip was
made in a comfortable two horse sled home of Joseph Baer’s last Sunday.
belonging to Mr. Calvin Bowman.
The evening was spent at Mr. Irvin | of the sleighing snow.
Shumaker’s where a fine supper was
served; all reported a fine time. Those
present were; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Bowman and son, Howard, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Bowman and two daughters,
Ruth and Gladys, Mr.-and Mrs. Chas.
Pyle and son Aftley, Mr. and Mfs.
Silas Shumaker, Mrs. Darr and Mrs.
Fate, of this place, Mrs. Cramer and | home of W. M. Deitle’s Sunday last,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shumaker, of
The Boynton Post Office has changed
postmasters, Prof. L. F. Engle being
We are glad to
Mrs. F.:C. West was visiting at
Charles, Emma and Edna Weller
Mr. Abe Shumaker moved to Salis-
Section foreman Jesse Burnsworth
lost a valuable cow by death last
Sleigh riding parties are popular
Our new industry, the Markleton
Coal Company is working day and
night under the able management of
Randolph by the illness of a daughter.
last week. :
Howard Fike and family spent last
Thursday evening with Conrad
D. M. Lee and family spent Sunday
with Ambrose Deal’s near Salisbury.
Byron E. Nicholson spent last
Saturday with Bird Brothers.
Henry Shockey, of Finzel, Md., was
a Vim caller on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Nicholson and
dale with Ed Cramers. ;
Mrs. Robert Phinicie, of Meyersdale
visited her grandmother, Mrs. Wm.
Fike, last Friday. ‘
The Buskey family spent Sunday at
Mahlon Fike, of Nebraska, is visit-
ing his brother, Daniel, at Vim.
Mrs. Wm. Stein spent Tuesday in
Meyersdale with her sister, Mrs. Cor-
Jacob Dujl returned home from a
business trip to Pittsburgh Saturday.
A. B. Kern of Mill Run, who spent
Friday at Uniontown looking over the
county home ‘and familiarizing him-
self with the duties of the stewart of
that institntion and says there is lo‘s
of chance for improvement at that
pl ce. Jy
H. I. Fisher spent Sunday with his
family in Pittsburgh.
The MeFarland Lumber Company
have adopted the safety first plan.
A. P. Doorley spent Sunday at his
home in Scottdale. :
Miss Ruth Miller, of Connellsville,
spent Saturday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W H. Miller.
George Arzbacker, Frank Steindel
and Frank Kooser of Mill Run, were
Connellsville marketers Saturday.
Joseph Whipkey of Normalville was
transacting business in Connellsviile
Senator Joseph Ritenour, of Rogers
Mill, called on old frieuds in Connells-
ville this week. :
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Bigam from
Indian Head were Connellsville call-
eis on Monday.
Miss Opal Sparks of Indian Head
called on friends and shopped in
Connellsville on Monday.
Miss Florence Terwilliger of Roar-
ing kun, was a Connellsville shopper
Miss Kate Barkley of Roaring Run,
was a Connellsville shopper Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eicher from
near Mill Run, were calling on friends
in Connellsvile Saturday.
Arnold Johnson, of Mill Run, was a
business caller in Connellsville on Sat-
W. J. Zeigfelt of Baltimore, was a
business caller here on Saturday.
Herman Deitle is hauling lumber
a few days this week.
The tooth pick factory is on a strike
at present. Yi :
H. W. Deitle ‘was a: caller at the
The people are making good use
Simon Glotfelty, who was on the
sick list is improving.
Walter Glotfelty is at home at
Charles Dietle’s finger, that he had
hurt someZtime ago, is improving.
George Dietle was a caller at the
Miss Clara Steinley is working for
AdamgDeitle at present.
Saturday evening of last week a
crowd of young people from West
Summit Mills, ‘enjoyed a sleighing
party to Pine Hill, and were royally
entertained at "the home of F. A.
Handwerk, and at | midnight partook
of an oysters, and ice cream, cake,
bananas, candy and ‘coffee. Those
present were Misses Velma, Florence,
and Savannah Gnagey, Florence and
Emma Kretchman, Ruth Miller, Mary
Hochstetler, Della Klink, Mary Zim-
mer and Hattie Beal, and Messrs.
Alvin and Ellis Kretchman, Ralph
Rhodes, Wm. and Norman Zimmer-
man, David, Jame and Jonas Klink,
Qalvin Tressler, Ralston Weimer and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker and family
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Accidents wlll happen, but the best
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas’
Electric Oil for such emergencies.
Two sizes 25¢ and 50c at all stores. ad
son Cyras spent last Sunday in Meyers-
At Close of Business, January 13, 1914,
Loans and Investments.
Due from Banks and Reserve Agents 105,899 03
Capital Steck.... ........... .....$ 65,000 00
SurPls ec ccionn-vs nuns eas bas 100,000400
Undivided Profits..... ...7........: 18,673 30
Circulation .... ...... 0... vii 65,000 00
Deposits ..... Rh 761,603 48
vaiereae.3 744008 72
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resist disease. Tested by
. | Suffering Humanity Fi Inds
thatrelief mustbe found for the illswhich may come any day,
—else suffering is prolonged and thereis dangerthatgraver
trouble will follow. Most serious sicknesses start in disor- |
ders of the organs of digestion and elimination. Thebesteor-
rective and preventive, in such cases, is acknowledged tobe
This standard home remedy tones the stomach, stimu-
lates the sluggish liver, regulates the inactive bowels.
' Taken whenever there is need, Beecham’s Pills will
spare you hours of suffering and so improve your
general health and strength that you can better
proved safe, certain, prompt, convenient and th§t they
Lead to Better Health |
Sold everywhere. In boxes 10c.,
The directions with each box should be read by everyone,—especially by women,
time, Beecham’s Pills have
Methodist Episcopal church ser-
vice, Rev. G. A. Neeld pastor—Ser-
vices at10:30 a. m. Sunday school9:30
a. m. Epworth League at 6:45 p. m.
Evening seryice at 7:30. :
S88. Philip and James Catholic
church, Rev. J.J. Brady, pastor.—
Mass next Sunday 9 and 11 a. m.
Vespers and Benediction at 7:30 p. m.
Church of the Brethren—Preaching
10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
School, 9:30 a. m. Christian Workers
Meeting at 6:30 p. m. Bible Class,
Saturday evening, 7:30 p. m. Teacher
Training classes meet Monday evening
7 and 8 o’clock, respectively. Sunday
School Workers Meeting, Friday
evening, 30th inst., at 7:30.
Brethren Church, H. L. Goughnour
at Salisbury in the morning, Summit
Mills in the afternoon and Meyers-
dale church in the ‘evening. Sub-
ject ‘‘The Christian'Family”’. Sun-
day school and, Christiian Endeavor
at usual hours. All are cordially
The attic is far better than the cel-
lar for storing canned fruits, jellies,
seeds, roots, and so on.
A glass measuring cup is particu-
larly good for measuring dry mate-
rials, such as sugar or flour,
Put a bit of gnm camphor in the
case when you put away silver, if you
would have it stay bright.
Be sure to combine green foods
will be irritating to the system.
In making cakes, measure the
cup and leveling the top with a knife.
as usual. but sprinkled with piceallili.
1f gas, gasoline or kerosene is used,
ing time during out-of-town calls.
cut into small cubes.
"nn RACKACHE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
shortening by packing solidly into a
An agreeable change is. erisp, eold
lettuce, served with French dressing
| light the oven ab least ten minutes
before you put your cake in to bake.
A three-minute glass should be kept
beside the telephone to help in mark-
In making beef stew, have the beef
The best way
to thicken it is with a few pods of
Keep all kits of ribbons, lac:s, bro-
cades, and so on, in 3 box where they
can be got at easily, and they will be
a great resource when the gift-mak-
ing season comes around.
Sew a hook on one end and an eye
on the other of the strip of elastic
that goes into the small koy’s knick-
er -bockers. Nothing iseasier than to
slip it out when washday comes.
A standard pudding sauce is made
of half a cupful of butter and one cup-
ful of brown sugar creamed together.
Add four tablespoonfuls of rich milk
and flavor with vanilla and lemon.
People who are naturally forgetful
of fruit in the winter time should
make a point of drinking ‘the juice of
a lemon in a glass of water before
breakfast and a glass of orange juice
on going to bed at night.
Many bits of mending are best done
Lwithout stitches. Lay the garment.
on the ironing board, wrong side up;
put edges together, lay over the rent
bit of the material, then adamp cloth
over that and press with a hot iron
Colds to be taken Seriously.
Intelligent people realize that com-
mon colds should be treated prompt=
ly. If there is sneezing and chilli-
ness with hoarseness, tickling throat
and coughing, begin promptly the
use of Foley’s Honey and Tar Com-
pound. It is effective, pleasant to
take, checks a cold and stops the
lowers the vital resistance.
Sold by all Dealers Everywhere.
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ing, says the Montreal Star; Hold each
eandle by: the. wick, and give it a
coat of white varnish. Then lay can-
dles away for -a day or so to harden.
The varnish prevents the grease from
running and preserves the life of the
candle many hours. :
Sneffels, Col., A. J- Walsh was
badly. done np with rheumatismfand
sent for Foley Kidney Pills which
was the only thing that would cure
him. George Potter, of Pontiac, Mo.,
was down on his baek with kidney
ard bladder trouble and Foley Kid-
ney Pills made him well and able to
work. Itis a splendid medicine and
always helps. Just try it.
Sold by all Dealers Everywhere.
a bit of rubber tissue, and over that a |
cough which causes loss of sleep and |
A good way to make. your candles
with salt meats or fish, else the salt | Jast longer than usual is the follow-
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