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" Lake Park.
C. A. Wilt, of Akron, Ohio, spent
the latter part of last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wag-
Mrs. Harvey Wagner entertained a
number of her friends at a fancy work
party last Wednesday evening: Those
Lottie Boyer, Grace Brown, Romaine
Dietz, Helen and Mary Reitz, Flor-
ence Maust, Florede and Effie Lich-
present were: Misses Nell
Joseph Hoover has sold his resi
dence on Gay street to Mrs. Simon
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wagner
on Thursday, November 11 a young
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Miller, Mrs. J.
C. Knox, and Miss Minnie Harding
motored to Cumberland, Md. in the
Miller car last Wednesday..
Jno. Kern and family moved from
Salisbury to Garrett where they will
take up their residence. Mr. Kern is
employed at Blackfield.
Within the past ten days the local
trolley car has run over three cows
which were trespassing upon the
right of way of the trolley road. On
Saturday one week ago a cow belong-
ing to John Saylor at the Garrett end
of the line was run over and had to
be killed. Last week one day, the 7
o'clock car ran down two cows on
Wright's hill below town and both an-
imals were killed. The car was derail-
ed and service was delayed for sever-
The latest house in town to be quar-
antined was that of Aden Blocher,
where the young son of Arthur Thom-
as has typhoid fever.
Prof. J. C. Beahm, principal of the
Boswell schools spent Sunday with
his family in this place.
Mrs. N. P. Meyers and children of
Summit Township, spent the fore part
of last week with the former's moth-
er, Mrs. Mary Newman of this place.
Dr. J. C. Knox and wife of Wash-
ington, Pa., spent part of last week
at the home of Mrs. Knox's brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. H
Mr. and Mrs. McMurdo, Mrs. Geo.
James, Miss Josephine and Harry Me-
Murdo motored to Frostburg, last
The Salisbury basket ball team gave
an oyster supper in Brogran’s bowl
‘ng alleys Monday evening, the pro-
ceeds being for the benefit of the lo
Mrs. Isaac Lint and grandson and
Mrs. Joseph Beale of Meyersdale
spent Wednesday in town the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Meese.
Mrs. A. J. Middlestadt and daugh-
ter, Ruby spent part of the past week
visiting friends at Selbysport, Md.
Misses Ruth, Lucile and Edith
Beahm, dauhgters of Prof. and Mrs.
J. C. Beahm are down with typhoid
fever since last week but are now im-
Mrs. BE. S. Johnston who was seri-
usly ill for the past ten days, is a
little improved at this writing.
Rev. H. L. Goughnour, pastor of
the Salisbury Brethren Church, held
special Evangelistic services each ev-
ening last week which ended on Sun-
day with the observance of the Lord's
supper at 7:15 in the evening.
A game of basket ball was played
on Saturday night between the Mt.
Nebo and the Salisbury teams. The
score was 25 to 9 in favor of Grants-
ville. The lineup was as follows:
Thomas Forward Johnson
Swartzwal’r Forward Warnick
Statler Center Broadwater
Harding Guard Gnagey
Thomas Guard Stanton
A dance was held in the hall at the
close of the game.
Dr. Howard A. Kelly, of Baltimore
lectured in the M. E. church on Sat-
urday evening to a large audience.
Dr. Kelly was accompanied by W. W.
Davis, formerly superintendent of Mt.
Misses Carrie Dorsey and Gertie
Hone spent Tuesday with Miss Lulu
Shaw of Hilldale farm.
A supper and dance was held at
the Victoria Hotel on Thursday. A
number of people from Cumberland,
Frostburg and Meyersdale attended.
Miss Gertie Hone, Maggie Dorsey
and Maud Bevans attended the fun-
eral of Mr. Porter in Frostburg on
Friday, going down in Menno Miller's
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Last week the lights in my Dark Room where I make
my EYE EXAMINATIONS were kept burning
A little girl who had HYPEROPIA of high degree
was sent away happy.
suffered with HEADACHES daily, She is now
entirely FREE from them and looks very much
better in genural appearonce. -i-
This is only one case of the many who have received
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Her parents said that she
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COOK, The Optometrist,
Eye Sight Specialist
ed citizen of this vicinity died at his
home just North of Grantsville on
Sunday night of dropsy. Mr. Miller
had been ill for a long time and the
past few days entirely unconscious.
A wife and number of children sur-
vive. Interment will be in the Amish
Beulah are visiting friends at Oak-
land, Luke and Mt. Savage.
P. L. and W. S. Livengood were
Grantsville callers on Sunday. While
here they called on their old friend
Joel J. Miller.
J. J. Bender and Peter Nathan made
a business trip to Oakland on Mon-
G. W. Caler and family were callers
at Simon Brown's on Sunday last.
Rchard Mankamyer put a new roof
on his huose last Thursday.
L. M. Mankamyer, Ezra Crissinger
and J. L. Kendall did the work of
Rev. F. C. Bergh of Cleveland, O.,
of the Evangelical Church will preach
at the St. John church in the interest
of the Young Peoples’ Alliance on No-
vember 23 at 2:30 o’clock and at 7:-
30 in the evening. Everybody is in-
vited to attend.
L. M. Mankamyer recently sold a
horse to a man living in Frostburg.
Mrs. A. C. Miller and son, Mert-
land made a business trip to Meyers-
dale last Wednesday.
Carl Mankamyer “ook a load of
props to the mines on Saturday.
Frank Bittner said that somebody
else could feed crows and rats this
winter. He has got all of his corn a-
Mrs. George Meyers is seriously fll
at this writing.
Joe Bittner improved his property
by remodeling his house.
J. BE. Geiger wears his hat on one
A Ford touring car from Friends-
“ville ran into a calf belonging to J. A.
Beachy, badly bruising the calf and
injuring the driver of the car.
Lewis Lininger of Bittinger was]
thrown from his wagon on Tuesday |
and dragged for some distance; nis |
scalp was nearly torn off. He sustain-
ed several minor injuries and was in a ;
unconscious condition when found. :
The accident occurred on the cement
road near the town of Accident and |
the horses had became frightened at |
a large automobile and tried to follow |
after the car.
Farmer’s Institute was held here on
Wednesday and was well attended. |
Joel J. Miller an aged and respect-
side since he can ride in his new
Samuel Bear has his new barn a-
bout completed. Alfred Knepp was
George Caler has contracted to pull
stumps for Wm. Frazier.
Richard Mankamyer and family,
Rev. A. W. Bender, wife and dsughter
were the guests of the former’s son,
W. A. Mankamyer, Sunday last.
Mrs. J. BE. Geiger, son and two
daughters of Wittenberg, and Fred
Steinly and family, of Berlin, motored
to the home of Harry Petenbrink, in
Mrs. C. A. Bender and daughter, |’
a rr mint Ag im
friend, Blanche Mankamyer, S¥zday.
Elmer Walker hauled 50 bushels
of potatoes to Frostburg last Monday
for 70 cents per bushel.
The Wittenburg school is progress-
ing nicely under the leadership of
Miss Grace Pfeiffer as teaher.
Mr.and Mrs. George Caler and fami-
ly spent Sunday at the home of Simon
Miss Mary Hartline is employed at
the home of Wm. Knepp at this
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steinly and chil
dren, of Berlin, motored to the home
of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Geiger, Saturday evening and
returned home Sunday.
| C. W. Murray was transacting
business in Meyersdale one day last
Service at the White Oak Lutheran
church Thursday night, November 25,
a Men’s Meeting Saturday night and
services Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
Services will be conducted by the
Selins grove, Pa. Dverybody Come.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Housel were
visiting relatives in Meyersdale last
Mrs. G. W. Tressler, who was visit-
ing relatives and friends in Klondike,
returned home last week.
Maurice Murray has the stones
nearly all kicked off the road on ac-
count of traveling to the home of his
aunt four times a week.
Mrs. Wm. Murray and Grace Mur-
ray were shopping in Meyersdale last
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ranhoff and
son, spent Sunday at the home of Chas.
Miss Orpha Mankamyer is spending |
a few weeks at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Charles May, at Pittsburg.
Winter made his debut in this com-
munity on Monday.
former pastor Rev. A. W. Smith of 2
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Milestones of Life.
appear at this popular amusement fe-
sort is “Milestones of Life.” It is a
Thanhouser film corporation, featur-
ing the the little screen favorite Mig-
non Anderson. A scrap of paper sepa-
rated two nations .and it parted hus-
band and wife in “Milestones of Life”
At the Summer Garden Tuesday, Nov-
Real “All-Star” Program.
Directed by David Griffith and Mack
Sennett Biagraph productions, “The
Mothering Heart” in two parts fea-
turing Lillian Gish, Walter Miller,
Grace Bruce and Chas. Murray. “The
Beast at Bay” with Mary Pickford and
Edwin August, “The Massacre” in
two parts with Blanche Sweet and
Robt. Herron, “When the fire bells
Rang” with Fred Mace are the fea-
tures these stars. Don’t miss this pro-
gram Wednesday Nov. 24. See your
littie favorite, Mary Pickford.
The Shooting of Dan McGrew.
Popular plays and players present
The Popular dramatic star Edmund
Breese in a gripping play of the great
snow world, “The Shooting of Dan.
McGrew, from the poem classic of
the same pame by Robt. W. Service.
It is an enchanting five act picture
play. Summer Garden, Friday evening
The Thanksgiving Program. -
Another All-Star program, “The
Litlle. Tease” with Robert Herron
and Lillian Gish; “Judith of Bethu-
lia” in four parts with Blanche Sweet,
Henry Wathall, Mae Marsh, Lillian
Gish, Robert Herron, Chas. E. Miles.
Clara McDowell; “The Diving Girl”
One show at 7:45. Dancing after the
pictures. Don’t miss thig program.
On Saturday evening of this week
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Mrs. J. M. Peck and daughter, Ver-
na returned home last Sunday from
Akron, Ohio, where they spent a few
in this burg.
There will be a parcel post sale in
St. Mark’s Reformed church on Sat.
weeks with the three sons of the for-
mer who are employed by the B.
F. Goodrich Rubber Company.
Wm. Garlets of Hazelwood is spen-
ding a few day with his mother Mrs. |
W. C. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. August Barmoy and
son Albert spent Sunday with their
son, Charles Barmoy. i
Simon Dietle, of Whip-poor-will hill |
Mountain Valley, last Sunday. :
Eva Caler was the guest of her
is seen in this burg quite often of |
late. Beware, Simon, beware, of cooks
urday evening, Nov. 27th. Everybody
is cordially invited to atteni.,
Services in St. Mark’s next Sunday
at 10 a. m. Sunday School at 9.
Alexander Murray is visiting his
brother-inl-aw and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Robertson, of Johnstown.
Mrs. Wm. Murray isa spending g
few days of the present week with
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Quite a rain on Sunday!
Peter Felker was hauling buck-
wheat to Meyersdale on Saturday
P. W. White shipped 100 bushels
of potatoes on Monday.
Leroy Crissey had quite an accl-
dent one day last week. While haul-
ing in corn, the wagon upset and s
part of the wagon and ladders roll-
ing to the botom of the hill almost
smashed a part of it to splinters, but
friends and relatives and friends in
fortunately no one was hurt.
Harry Habel has taken possession
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Bud Ravenscraft is loading a car of
. The attendance of our school is
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Meyers and
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