The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, May 30, 1895, Image 5

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Mmrmopier Eremcorar.Rev W amon, |
2 (30 to the Cambria Hardware Co. | daily.
- Hay, have you tried Hodgkin's sods
ad Ril
~~ a Sa
hs F Palmer, ropraiig the Mar-
| shall-Kenciedy Milling company, “and
1 . HE Neely, representing Cruikshank
.} Snowed again on Monday. Bro's. company, both firms of Alle
Wall paper 3cts a bolt. at Goods. | gem City, were guests at the Palmer
Try Lerch, the tailor, Mahafley Pa; house Toewday.
NEWSPAPER LAW DECISIONS. | | Drink the new summer drink, Am- Both Hayes Wilson nd Clarence
1. fipbeeribers who do not give express brosia. Edmiston purchased new W averiy bi-
Try Truman's coal. -67t0
i THURSDAY, MAY 3), 1895,
moliot: to the contrary are considured as Wish- | | ryep. gre ‘abont two mors weeks of cycles of Jas. W. Hoy last week and
ti renew their snbscri
: Con EEE | sehiool in Patton yet. . are having Jote of fan trying to “rate
i them on
II arrearages are All-wool rietta at 30 cents a yard on’ to the proper hump-of-the-back-
or wfase to take at Mirkin ers. act. Hayrs took a trip to Mahaffey on
dials from the postofice to which» (Brown and Wm. HM andford hit wheel Satarday. 0
settled their bills and ordered them | | had business east Monday." . ©. The overland mail route from Ebens-
I — othe yhies with-| 40 pinds of Hardware at the (am- barg to Nicktown and Martinstown
the publishers, 4nd the rhea has been discontinued. Herafter the
vier address, they ant bria Hard atton, Pa.
£10 the ns a Hardware Co. P mails for those points will go by rail to
Sasso, Pa, May 38, 1865
John Biller, of Patton, was a vie
lor {0 our town on Wednesday!
FL Craver, of this place, de
morning for Aloona.
The ieriths fice Som be
Hon. A. V. Barker made a
trip to Altoonn on Friday.
Lewis Evans is stodying |
{ni the Postal Telegraph office) i
Carte have decided {hat refosing to. The largest assortment of shoes in Spangler. The mail «till to Veo. !’
tera, three times a week, and ER. w.
a1 the Evans has the contract for carrying it.
ow ir Tuesday a peculiar accident oocurred
i smeriber wit be eapcamibie antiian| ET Gould, of Reading, was & guest! 4 1. Bosch Creek railroad junction at
sll nrrear - | at the Commerelal hotel Friday. | Jersey Shore. While a shifting engine
The firemen will be out in fall dress ' with several cars was making a fiying
CHURCH NOTICES. 'in the parade to-day (Thursday). switch the rails spread and the ponder- |
caro Marcellinn, posto. Mass | C. A. Sherline, of Punxsutawney, ous machine was turned over, wheels
Siner Banday oS 42 a m. Sum | registered at Hotel Beck Monday. opward. Notwithstanding the fact
yo no ome was injored. Philipsburg
Sas i he Es | Patton at Mirkin & Kusner’s.
n sdiance they are Garden tools of all kinds
subweribers pay
‘ notice hiro of the time if:
oh 10 confine Ring it; other Cumbria Hardware Co’s store.
; is authorized
am— rp 5
0 Cand 7% Cambria Hardware and onr tools
Sunde EE: Jae A fiend who has | 90 05 poison , J
mm :
Guy evening at 70. je we let. loces ut Carr. | Sunday the employes of Walter L.
: «3 fot Fras 5 be Somers at Tyrone, ie
Christe visited friends Bist aver | 275001, and hell memenial surviscs
y. the graves of the treasurer and three
0. B Landis, of Bt Marys, Pa. railroad wreck st Vai, cn May 2,
| registered at the Commercial ‘hotel 1a08 Rev. Harvey Greme Fubey, of
Tuesday. ° ‘the First Presbyterian church, made
Every Pasitern of the Spring and! |» prayer snd address.
|sammer styles in stock at Geo. 8. An exchange speaks wisely in giving
Good's. -85¢1. the following very sensible advice:
| If you wish to get cooled off stop in| i Siow sting it, dn
jo. Hodgkine drtg store and yt 's vietiing without reading {, sd make
{ drink of soda. | sure that it means nothing more than
For wall paper, picture mouldings, ‘it says. Don’t go to law unless you
: | paper hanging, painting, etc., go to (0. have nothing to lose; lawyers’ houses
| M. Letts. -78tf are built on fools” heads. In any busi-
! ness never wade ip water where you
A normal school hap been started wl . a the Sgn
| pendence on the ‘label of 5 bag, and
The Democrats will bold their con- {Souls mine belt you sccept. it.
| open before you buy what
| vention to nominate county officers isin it, for be who. trad in the dark
[seus tise 1s Aug. | ‘Wika ag. 208 t0 be chested.”
m a
Wdwe i convention held New Dimities at 11 cents per yards at
{ at Ebensburg Monday. Mirkin & Kasner’s.
| Wm. Irvin and W. G. Donsmore, A Groat Offer.
"| two energetic mine foremen of Phillipe The ‘‘Twice-a- Week” edition of The
burg, spent Monday in Patton. ‘ New York World (formerly the.
The Sunday Dispatch at DuBois is Weekly) has proved a phenomenal suc-
‘no more. . The Evening Gossip will cess. It is a Semi-Weekly of six pages,
take its place. Success 10’ the new mailed Tuesdays and Pridays: eight
columns to the page; forty-eight col-
Hastings under the\managemens
| Prof. Herman Jones.
C. W. McCormick, representing the | umns issue. I: gives the news fully
water? : - | German National Building and JLosn hslf a week ahead of any weekly paper,
; i
: Carrolltown Tuesday.
were visitors to Patton Friday.
| ‘Mirkin & Kusner's, Fifth avenue.
|| Over ons thomasd cen have been
was good.
Mirkin & Kusner’s.
ings go to Mirkin & Kusner.
fats and leans to-day (Thursday).
association was a guest at Hotel Beck nnd at the same time, retain all the
| Monday. : ‘literary, agricuitural, tiny and
N Ha C other features which made Weekly
The circus at Hastings last Thursday | oy a ven, Coma, TO ML C0 Yet the .
tailor, Mabey sarap. | COBN; stopped at the Commercial on >, one ress The World : For Stagte
~ Larch, the y y B i tel one day last week - fo.
Attend the dance in Firemen's hall |
| The 2nd annual Grangers’ picnic Fine Scotch Lawn at 7 cents a yard |
India twilled al 9 cents 3 ya ut | exhibition will be held at William's at Mirkin & Kusner's.
| Grove, Cumberland county, Pa, Aug--
The Dellacat
BW. SrA o down. from oe anh to 31st, 1996, inclusive. or
The 20th al tian of the Is the Woman's Favorite Magazine;
annual conven issued
For fine clothing and frente furnish. Cambria County Sabbath School se- and is yes oY ple emi Sesion
‘sociation will be held at Morrellville, . npany (Limited), at 7 to 17 West
| Pa., June 13th and 14th, 1805, in Yee | Thirteenth street, New York, at the
MM. E. church. ‘remarkable low rate of $1.9) for a
Tafetta Moire at 18 cents a yard at, Mr. Jos. Denny, brother of Laxsilord year’s subscription, or 15 cents per.
| Denny, of the Mountain house, at Eb- sopy. Of all family magazines itis a
Attend the ball game between the | ensbarg, will be ordained to the Prietit- great caterer to domestic needs, and
' hood at St. Mary's college, at Cincin- can be recommended for its cheapness,
usefulness, beauty, freshness and
J. ©. Gates and wife, of
Ready-Mixed Paints of all kinds at | nati, on June 19th.
‘the Cambria Hardware ('o.’s store. | Particular attention is called to the utility.
Butterick Patterns can be purchased | locals of Mirkin & Kusner, the enor, Crepe Roveltio at 14 cents a
xt the store store of Geo. 8. Good. -65tf. | getic merchants on Fifth avenue, 4 yiriin & Kosner's. o
Measles rage toona | which are scattered through the onl- :
are all the ir Al umn’s of the COURIER. - it ‘Boarders Wanted.
ported | The justices of the peace, vected The undersigned has opened a board:
mrs. 15 ts & yard at | last spring under the new fee biil, are | | ing house on Fifth avenue, opposite
o y entitled to charge five dollars for mar. Youngs meat market, and is prepared
Mirkin & Kusner’s, Spera hots block, | rying a couple. The old justioe's fee to furnish the best of accommodations.
rec'd. there.-65tf
Patton, Pa. :
The Delineator for May is on sale
at Geo, 8. Good's store. Subscriptions
bill is three dollars for the same service. [ates reasonable.
The corner stone of the new (atho- T4-eow-t8
lic church at Nicktown was laid Sun- For Sale.
: day with an imposing ceremony. A 4 beautiful residence building lot in
Gros. Simons, Altoona’s leading and | large supper was given in Lieb's hall paiion will be sold at a bargain. Easy
popular shoe dealer haa changed his | oy the afternoon of the same day for payments. Call or address X, Cor-
"John Yahner and D. A. Buck have - The DuBois Evening Gossip i a new
had their walks in front of their resi- | daily which arrived at the COURIER paper
dences graded to a level of Fifth ganctam this week. May the Gossip A lady at Tooleys, La, was very sick
pring suit of clothes call on Lerch, the | yeteht
£ Hardware Co's store and see their Lev- | had his right leg apd left foot crushed
| the benefit of the church. RIER office, Patton, Pa.
Before leaving your order.for &| while attempting to bourd a 100¥ig p, witys Colic and Cholera Cure
train at Driftwood Monday |... disappoints, never fails to give
tallor, Mahaffey, Pa.-88tf I Patrick Carey, Jr.,aged about | DE PD It cures just
Farmers, drop in at the Cambria 18, was thrown under the train and __ o , tape it. C. W. Hodgkins.
Three Cents a Beit.
G. 8. Good has a fine line of wall
at 3 cents a bolt. See it.
er Harrows, and Chilled Plows. and head and face severely cut.
avenue. see many more days than its predeces- with billious colic when M. C. Tisler, a
Dr. Monroe preached. to a large and | sor, the Sunday Tribune, and it ought prominent merchant of the town gave
ve sudience ut the ye as it is chuck full of good local news. her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Eoscopal church of Patton Sunday | An exchange says that kissing the Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He
morning. | baby may result in deforming its nose | says she was well in forty minutes after
Editor Gill, Dr. Kenney, I. War- or bringing on nearsightedness. The | [king the "CE Be For se by Oity
telasky, and J. E. Wartelsky, al of | safest plan is not to kina & baby of the U8 , ober, Prop.
Hastings, stopped at Hotel Beck for! | feminine persuasion until it attains the! Theres great danger in neglecting
dinner Sunday. | age of eighteen years. The cartilage colic, cholera and similar complaints.
Look on the inside of the COURIER | | of the nose is much strenger then. An absolutely prompt and safle cure is
: for Memorial Day news. It will inter- | L. S. Bell. the popular Magee avenue | found in De Witt’s Colic and Cholera
ant you. It will interest the children. | clothier, shoe dealer, hatter and out- Cure. CO. W. Hodgkins.
It will interest all.
. | fitter, will interest you on the fourth For whooping cough Chamberiain’ 8
Pawnee Bill's Wild West and Main's | page of the CouRiER. Mr. Bell is a Cough Remedy is excellent. By using
o circus are both billed to exhibit at Du- | staunch upholder of printers’ ink, it freely the disease is deprived of all
aay, of Clart
the former on Monday, 31st, and | which is plainly to be seen by the pro- dangerous consequences. There is no
the latter June 4th. digious amount of business he enjoys. danger In giving the Remogy to tubiew
when take a trip to Ebensburg Ed. A. Mellon, : ter, ex- ' as it contains nothing inju 25 and |
stop at the Blair house and yon will be Sia, Nice, the potiei; x 50 cent hotles for sale by City Drug
used all right. Accommodations ex-| He has recently cultivated the ground Store; C. E- Belcher, Prop.
cellent and rates moderate. -09-tL. | on his property on the corner of Ma- | There is one medicine that will cure
Frank A. Walker, genial book-|gee and Fifth avenues and erected a immediately. We refer to De Witt’s |
ofacturing | fence around it. The chief product | Colic and Cholera Cure for all summer
of Clearfield, spent Sunday {of the land will be potatoes, and possi- complaints. No delay, no disappoint-
Patton, the Wasi of Presi Owens. bly a pumpkin or two.
GRRL £1 we
wnat we are doing and we, are selling
oar town on Monday.
er xe be a
game of base ball played on
| Decoration Day between a njne from
Altoons and a picked nine from this
| pave. : :
The bicycle race which was to have
taken place on the fair gro on
, and if
‘rier, of this place, were
(Rev. J. J. Hunt, on Toweday evening,
‘May 2st. on
Ninety-six delegates to county |
convention registered at the - Blair
bounse on Monday. Among were |
Mayor J. K. Boyd, John M. Rose, E.
A. James and M. B. Stephens, pf Johns-
town; Geo. W. Emigh and Howard |
Davis, of Conemaugh, sad E Will
Grestie, saitor of. Siw Paton COCK, |
snd Alex. Montieth, of
There were a number of
‘in town yesterday, most of
in attendance at the Republican con-
vention, which was held here. The
Republicans nominated the
ticket: For prothototary, 8. W. Davis,
of Ebensburg; register and recorder,
FP. B. Jones, of Johnstown; poor house
director, Thee. Lo Jones, of Cambria
township; county surveyor, 8 G. Fet-
, McCabe,
in the bonds |
y Name |
maker, & brother of tbe groom, and’
Miss Mary Kelley, of Johnstown.
After the wedding ceremony they
drove to the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mra Bart McCabe,
where 8 sumptous repast wis served
Thos present were the parents of the
bride and groom and a nagmber of
other relatives and friends. They re-
- eived a number of handsoms presents. ;
They lft on the 3 o'clock train for
Braddock, Pittsburg and other pointe.
The bride and groom returned home |
on Thursday evening and im| i
drove to their home, which
previoasiy furnished, and
housekeeping at once.
A meeting of the
cultural association was beld on Pri-|
day evening, May 24th. differouk
committees appointed at
to revise various a A — the |
premium book for 1885 submitted their
several reports, which werp adopted
with a few revisions. On motion duly
-sconded it was agreed to charge 20
per cent. entrance fee of thie first pre-
mium offered on all stock competing
for premiums af the coming fair. Com-
‘mittee on printing appointed: M. D.
Bearer and T. M. Richards. | Directors
present: H. H. Myers, L. A. Craver,
Frank Deversux, Thos. Hoover, G. J
Jonea, T. M. Riclarda M.D
V. 8S. Barker and 8. L. Reed
arrangements have been made to pace
the book in the hands of patrons
soon as the printing facilities Rn
Drink Ambrosia.
For hard times? What's the) us. Make
the best of it and saw wopd. That's
for the money than any
other store in Patton. sp 5 want to
call your attention this week to our
The finest and most complite line ever
brought to this section and jit is marked
a way down so any one can bay it. All
kinds of
get one if yoa drop in.
a, vo um. CW. Heagiim. +
Climbing up—
There's reason ac :
o for it. We sell =
irg Agri-
"Atthe VERY TOP.
£3 only the most
every day sees 7 ] | BL reliable goods
: and the price is
an increase in
our business.
{We will pay car fare both wavs for any person making a
purchase of $5.00 and over)
Gus Simons,
1400 Eleventh ave.
The Finest Stock of
Ever brought to Patten. And
a complete line of
Gras Seeds,
Hay, ifs,
ie es. Ets
It will pay you to call at my store before purchasing else.
where. I am sure I can interest you.
ing spring wheat flours “Perf ” “Nelly
“Colu mbia,” and the celebrated ‘Diamond
‘Also a tull line of high grade winter wheat flour.
Sam’l Boyce,
‘Beech and Fourth Aves., PATTON, PA.
Bly,” .
And profit bv your veading when you
are spending your
Good Round Dollars
It will interest vou to know somothing of the Sargainns
we are offering vou daily. REST ASSURED that
we handle nothing but First-Class Goods and any-
thing that is not as represented bring it back and
your money will be refunded.
= One Word
=To the Ladies!
We have just received a full od complete tiie of
Summer Dress Goods such as
When in need of anything in our line give us a trial.
Yours for a Bargain,
Patton Supply Co.
You Will Find It to Your
‘Advantage to buv at QUINN *S, Clinton St.,
Johnstown, Carpets. Onl Cloths, Linoleums,
‘Mattings, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Carpet as
low as 20 cts per yard, Lace Curtains at 50 Cts.
Aa pair. The largest assortment of Dress ‘Goods
in the city. Ladies Coats and Wraps. Millinery
of all kinds. Good measure, lowest prices.
the envy and
consternation of
I handle the follow
Eo ue
4 5
£ 4°
& 8
2 h Sat erg ’
al id 5 3 * 5 MARRY. WE gr .
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