The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, June 25, 1896, Image 1

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    PATTON. CAMBRIA CO, PA.
, THURS SDAY, ju NE 25,
1896.
00
ov red the
' among its people and our physicians
ey
Extensive Improvements
‘shown by the Patton Water company
Already Commenced.
A BIG NEW RESERVOIR water at a lage expense ix highly to be
cominendsd and they should receive
yams b
{Fo he Erected an the High iit Sent the snpport and encouragement of all
Ringing of Bells and Firing o
East of Patten Boroagh,
| For some time past it has been rum: |
bred that the Patton Water company
was about to undertake improvements
and extensions to their water plant in
Patton fa FAs
pure 8 hap would give ig EE i arranged between the Patton and Eb.
and nafailing supply of it and a fire ensburg clubs, was. played at Ebens-
: protection that wonld cover the entire burg on Batdrday, June mh, CT
boromnih perfectly, The natare of the and resuited in a victory for the Patton
mprovement the COURIER 8 now pre- pos bis
pared to definitely lay before its read.
ars, is ohtatped from data farnished to
the writer from the Superintendent of
‘the Patton Water company, EC
“Brown.
ita citizens,
PATION DEFEATS EBENSBURG
fw the First Game of a Nowies of Seven
Ginmrs to be Played.
rin
maost pxoitiog
tion Lomin How taken 9
time, and one of the
and best comtests evil plaved Sr Hae
Flensburg grounds,
; ¢ of the game for Patten
The Patton Water has Eo ph paying
fully re realized the need of additional pitching of Wolfe and the oaliching uf
fire protection in the outlying portions :R Reilly, phe nomenal stops of line
bite by D. Dale and M. Helly Arm
of the boromgh not covered by the :
witer mains and hydrants at present
It endeavored in 1895 to make the
DECHSRATY Arrangements with the bar:
ough council to accomplish thiz, but
the matter was not taken up by the
eouncil nntil shout the middle of Ox
tober, 1885, when it was too inte to
begin the improvements the Water The same teams will play the second
fompany is willing to make and have Fame nf the series a1 Patton on Satur
partly under way now. i
The proposition of the Patton Water
company was to extend ita mains fa
[the western part of town into what is
known as the Donnelly and Anna
| plats and into that portion of the bor.
| ugh lying south of the old Hotel Pat.
{ton and agreed to put on these lines
twelve additional fire plugs at the
| wiame rental per plug that the horough
now pays for those alre ely in. in,
this connection the Patton Water com.
pany intended to put in a pumping
gation with a duplex pump of large
capacity, a tank or reservoir on the
high hill south east of Patton and to
be followed ap with 8 filtering plant
£ that would filter the water thoroughly
and give it to the people of Patton
free from all objectional features and
qualities that it is in possibile to avoid
when water ls drawn from rannomg
streams that are subject to freshets
The eonncil at a meeting held Jone
12, 1908, passed a resolution acodpting
the proposition of the Patton Water
| pompany and at present the Patton
Water company has a large force of
{men now at work on the hillside }
east of town digging the trenches ana
grading for & reservoir fi mrsdation and
masons are ab work bailding the pec.
essary wails and piers to for
this reservoir tank which the water
pompany will erect at an elevation of
S06 feet above its pumping station and
143 feet above the corner at Fifth and
Magee avennes. This will be compenterd DIRE, oF ce premiGent
| with the town main by an eight-inch SQ0CeS% The program published in
pipe. Back of this reservoir U4 nk, , Jest week's COURIER was weil ree
just referred to, at a higher elovition & and the anicience
filtering plant will be loated, the entertainment
The water for the town's nse at the hos already de
season oF the year when thi water isn 07 the pemitic
cloudy or the supply ia low will go into the Lea
the filtering plant first and after being
thor ougly filtered will ber conveyed by
pipes into the reservoir and from there
some to the people of Patton pury He Patton band for the
oan bet its PAST BLACK. about 7. osparkiing. ont, and all Wha sppeared oxi the
: The advantage of having a supply of FEfRIB HF towdr
| minute class. . : ; water coming ints town from work. A Senteh entertanine
There are others who manufacture eh sg id an oy
[wouthert end cap hardly be over esl 1 daly 12. At the
Hoslery, but there is only one who! Ts ST ee ev A Rp
mated. If will give a constant pressing tqinment on Friday evening the
i tely every pair made ; ; on : cE arate er Pel
Be absolutely every | on all portians of the town, that on BIORLGLE DRXIBC peeling of the
} : aceonnt of the short distance this tes Holter,
WE ARE
reservoir is from the centre of the The
town and the increased size of the being
: selling 95 dowen of these
hose at
“water main from the reserve ir. will ree
15C. PER PAIR.
‘duce the friction in the pipes to such
san extent that the pressure on all
They are the regular 25c Foods in’
ninety per pent. of the stores.
plugs and taps will be Yery
THE LADIES’
| greater. Again in the wi
50c ones here at 35
when the water from
36¢ ones for 25¢.
superior quality, the water company
FINE LINE
hax so arranged, if it ao desires, that it
san connect together both reservoirs,
of Tan Hosiery for Men Women
Miss and Children,
that is. the one now being constracted
he kind,
Li RP
CAYIEL ER IY
are ns an prepared
stron, Climer and Jones were strong
Lhe
§
TE
Fire Works,
Fire Crackers,
Torpedoes,
Cans and Pistdls,
Balloons. |
AE The tee sped ahd We wo}
stile, y
The features for BEbensburg were
fielding of Blair and Davis, and the
first hase playing of Rinkead, the
ting of Davis, Shoemaker and Dow,
the
and the pitching of Sperlein,
day, June 20th, 1586
Following is the score
: Fest ooning, fo
ia
§ wa
Patton Pharmacy,
Headquarters for
Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Etc.
Opposite School Building.
rat
§ snievesafol Entirbaiaayrat
Mach
ENN
¢
5
Fae Linde £3
4 isie aie hel the ion
Td Fi $4 Ey.
a
baa
Voss §
An 5 groat
A LITTLE TALK
on the subject of
HOSE.
sedopidd
y
ve §id
WHR fielighledd
Lire
% M o}
Bneas
10 were
ARTY
with Helis
wnanstrsied her
sy ta whieh Tena Dern
gaiend bv gue, i
WHEN YOU
SEE HERMSDO IRE
Stamped on the Hose von
RLEoreay department.
wise desires Lo tBang sear be rs
£8
Cri BET CONC
va 24
interest andl help in
the mt will be
close of the
jenn
was hela, £040
dent,
LE Naw Div i
reporia ah CW
313
Bai
men bers
presiding.
ine
new
Parii
thal gil work is
the officers Several
wars peoeiveal, ane it oN wrest thd
the } al we
Epworth League of the Patton M. E.
eharch will green find
¥ Eos vn $ hig BY wig #
LETS kr Aaa
hy
half:
: Ha
fire seca) year of Lis hard
Be mri omore
5 ¥
the @
“ha
abundant is Five ¥
a Thursday, June Is, 1398
iors 4¥el
; 2 > $ . 2 % §
LnBburg Mucstainent passe
ne ie IXY poy U4
sure make TT
. = year with just the same reputal Wt as
FO I 5 vig 2 3
WI BG 5 enjoys sid of belng x pos
3 ARE RIERA Wh ga RRR
: TO ewsY atid petiable comnty seat
GOH ih ii Wena He Ih Co : :
para. of. PhoGipsod 8 a nf aative
anil understands th
ness in every detail
fOr muy Ore Years
rectinns sill add to the efficiency of
the plant very much, as it is very sei.
dom that water companies have t
source of sapply enter the town
more than one line. This A yery
important feature of this new improve
‘ment.
The Cousier will give the people of
Patton further information on this pro-
ject as the Work progresses i there is
nothing so important for the pros
perity of a community and the welfare
“and health of itecitizens as an abun.
‘ant and unlimited supply of good
i pure water. Patton has always «b-
& pewspaper Dusk
: Hire's suoocss
heir
hy
y Hiteh
a Try ms
have got 3 “orack’ lase ball club
try to arrange
Possthiv we might get
are getting a monthial and it woakd
;
glabra
south-east of the Flutnagan
run reservoir and the water flowing to
15¢ ones are the regular
Save money on all purchases.
the centre of town from
a game with
Ten per cent. given back in coupons.
our buys
a bite while you
bw
good practice fur your
feed any, an wl do pot
defeated
15 Patton
dies
Spanse Johnstown
a score of 27
far you.
reputation of having an ex-
, | eeptionaily small amount of wekness
| attribute it almost entirely to ita pare
are water and the efforts and thy desire
to farther faver the inhabitants of this
| prosperous town with pare and filtered
The first of the series of Bevel games,
{R08
It was the beat game that the
for some
Patton is Four Years Old To-Day.
of Hite, the
dele
“Mroand Mrs WwW
cmepokd oot
Re
AT PATTON, CAMBRIA CO, PA.
Lh FAA
Minute Cans
at Day Break-—National Salute at
Sun
Rise.
RING OUT THE
Let Us Observe it in a Becom
GLAD TIDINGS.
mg Manner and Celebrate it in
the (oond (id F ashi ionied Way Her Sister Towns
se
and Borimghs Have Througl wut the Length
atid Breadth
i t
the Land of
America Since 1776.
President of the Day, M. 6. LEWIS
Vien Presidents Purgess WJ. Donnelly, John R. Cordell, G8 Good, Jeane Ei
a B Puttin, James Metlon, Major Jno. A, Wolfe, Hon.
Dale. Jno Sumervi
Janws Kerr. 1. 8. Ball,
sreft. 8M. Wilson, IP.
t Dangle, W.
. —r Wresh,
kins, Dr. 1 J. Weida, Revel Somerville,
Mellon,
A Mslion, Dr. V. A Wo
Pir. Chas D. Hertz
"There will be sports of
morning.
The Parade,
Murray,
many kinds,
very effleie
nt
anager the
the famous Bocktaili will connist of Fire Comipanies,
Military Companies, Bicycles, Fantasticn, Bie
o'clock sharp.
The first two amen of Base Ball of a series of sane,
Don's niles Them,
Gunner Corporal C.
Exeenutive Commitien
1. BE Parnell, M.
Finance Committe
Jenne BE. Dale,
Ww.
Committee on Sports. br. 8 OW. Worrell,
Hubbard, Will .. Taompsan,
8. Linge, [rive © lade. WW (
Committee on Transportation FE.
WH. Moore, U.
Committees on Pimworks FE.
£:
¥
2 charles, J. H. Ricken.
Reception Committees Ed.
Greene, 8. W, Eddy, W. H. Bandford,
Cordell
Committee on Degoration { hief of
Wm Probert, Walter W exkland, W. J
Bo Williams, Te Wiirtedsky, Sam’i
i Adapting Cominities
Frank ead
Patton. the largest town
ARES Eoirviad ie a 5
the LRT AEGIS i 1% £¥ vf #1
in Xapthern
it's » Har
peciple
i« always msured to is guests. Co
ehiidran
Boas aay long @ njoyed in not anfonnded
A grand ball for the benefit of 1
Afeennon andl evening in Figpmem's
Anna's grove for
Patton,
3 Hiapla ay of fire ansrk
: Pato: oan the
urtler far ROTLArR
BUELL MOM
bar held In
peed if
Dioamicle sit.
Rivka hy 5 Hates,
Saturday morning Zetia May,
Has Bal it. Sear spied dang hte 3 if
On
150
LWis ard &
a Viren rend
BATON
A very serioas accident, which
rsniited fatally by being kieketl by a
the head! while passing be.
On
kosher
wind the animal i
1a stable, sustaining
a compound fracture of the skiil above
the left temple. It was thought at
the aulortanate nie gird
iret that
possibly Hive bat a fey hours
as the opening in the skull was qne anc
threes fourths
ply.
by
when the
hem lig
aad
can arrived the brains
aut. De 2 W Wornetl,
Dr. J B. Noonan,
with the operation of
skull which was very sovessiul
af present writing the © chill is getting
along as well as could be antipated,
one-half me
of an inch wide
were
sgsisitond oy
ab one proceeded
trepanting the
ard
Atteasting Am inalen
af Lieptenant
ii A
A regular meshing
Kavier Post, Nou
held at the post room Sal aedils. June
ar e968. at 2 ofelock. Al comrades
requested to attend, Bway
83%,
rena off
mportance to he attended to
Foatten Pwo Nghia
On Tuesday, June 3th, aad Wy seins
day, July 1st, 19M), the Baptist congre:
gation will mold a festival in the Yeager
All go and have a good time
Everybody
building
and belp a worthy cause.
invited
No Paper Next Wake
As is the usual custom thivughout
aan brin county the week of July
ith. no Parron COURIER will lve sued
next week. The next af
Courter will be on July 3.
3
nse
A. Repshar and A
RR. Somerviile,
M. Nolan, SE. Jones,
H. Seirulfond,
A. Mallon,
woalwavs pare,
generous, entertaining and jolly:
and sweet hiearta and he eonvinos] that t
he Patton
« Hail
the henefit a
irs the evens
thas BN
Fie 1
LaaRY
WW. Kessler, met with,
3 WANK =
the i
= Sandford. BR. MePhorson, John Ash.
booeowell. WH. Moore, CW, Hodg- |
NW Worrell Frank Kinkoad, Fai.
WwW. HH Bell DJ
Fusowss, ball afternoon and
vig: AIH
enmmand of Major John A. Wolfe, of
Brass Bands
will farm
he Parade xt 18
Patton vs Ebensharg.
felw
I Brown,
Abe Mirkin
I. M. Patterson,
i. 5 Beil
SOM Wilson,
tie (has DD. Hertz,
John Wolte, Jr, Deaeol) fitz
Brows (0H Carfmen, W, © Lingle,
C Holter. William Cramer,
Melanghlin, ©
WwW. Hodgleing, Harry God:
Alex Monteith BE
Chas. Walfe John
J BR Cornelins,
IO Brown, Ri
Wo Hodgkins,
John Sehedd, ¥
Police John Bove, ©
Donnelly, Wm Hoiwir
Jones:
E Greene. Revel Somerville,
Clmbria. tx the Siest plage Bho fsbirata
350d and refining, 3%
thewdore a good enjoyably Gaia Day
and bring your
AppY eptation
ile
exery in why
he Patton
hardid {ha
and plenie ix Ta
faddies wil bw in
Afse a grand dance
md ryder the ansplom of the 81 Mary's
Fire
reoiny rates Tor
LHREENE,
PRAVILLE,
Treasurer
Koew Mrs Mo inley's Fither,
Lie
the
Among the cominents on si.
Louis Repablican convent: ford
lowing is taken from. the Fhiladuiphin
Press of June 20th, [xed
Hissisaiox, June 139
Fix. Assemblyman Hunuel
anid: 1 am particoboly well pleased
with the ticket anc platform. Mrs
MoeRinley's great-grandfatlier was ai
old setlier of Win it) and ded
'f knew her father. James A Saxton, of
Canton, and many of our (kl citizens
et her erandt! ather, Jolin Sax.
ton, who learned the printing treads
Proper,
Mz Brown refermst to
father of Superintendent F.C.
af Pation.
Special ;
TT. Brown
nee
¥ Fine
bse in
Brow,
For the 4th of July
The Ladies of Patton have rented 1
large room in the Yeager Siding
Fifth avenae, aml will be hemdguartery
fur a gol square elude a
goad cup of collie, wd
drinks, ote. on the 4th TH
ir ir
af July $e
proceeds are for the benefit
Patten
lanch,
Ais HE CPE,
thi
Topp Carnet band.
bo |
Chas ansd ine Weldon
Thos. well-known aud
obliging postiasiar
and Mis Maggw
maugh. were married in
Roman Catholic ¢boreh ag Job
on Monday morning, June 1
CoUkiEr, with his many friends,
ends congratiiations.
allen, he
ab Cleese. Ph
Bauer
a
wis
Lhe i
LOE
daha
nstionn,
The
Lit
ith.
Paiton
The second
MOVED RINGS be played on the
Patton grounds on Saturday, June 7
This will, bevond un doubt, 1®
interesting game. Everybody
_ vited to attend,
» Ebensbhurg Agen.
will
wr
¥1
‘of Patton,
om:
Chorrowing the
“levied enh
B. Naonan, |
{fvie and
manufsctorng plants,
in, get the benefit of
Lente
fore
COR
Will
GOR
: the voters
[themed ves.
game of the series of
AS TO THE INCREASE OF DEBT.
The “Coarder’ in the Following Faplains
the Reasons Why ft should be Dose:
In another colamn of this paper will
ba found a copy of an ordinance (No,
2% just passed by the borough council
and niso the notice of a
special election to be held August 1,
1306. To many of the citizens and
voters of Patton this ordinanes and
notice may not be anderstood, and the
CovRIER given ith readers the follow.
ing inforpaation on the same:
In any new and prosperous com
munity the fimt four or five years are
always ones that involve opening
streets, providing street lights, srecting
council rooms, polion station, sewers,
bridges and many improvements that
only have to be done but ones in the
history of kx new comma
There are two wavs to provide fands
for such work and improvements
First: By having heavy tax each
year as Uhe work progresses and pay-
img for the work as it is done or See.
By isning Borough Ronds and
money, for say, ten,
fifteen of twenty years, with the ander-
standing that only enough tax need be
year ax will provide for
one-tenth one fiflsenth or One
twentieth of he with interest,
is the cape misy be
The of affairs
fronts the citizens and
Charough of Patton
There Were streets ApEn, Crossings
pat in, steeet lamps to provide,
police officer to be paid, ete, ote, and
he expanses wore more than the re-
peipts from the tax jevied. Conse
quently the borongh now brs a floating
debt or unpaid orders aud bills; of
about $1200 00 that the council wish to
provide for. The council realises that
=
fev,
soendition that cone
taxpayers of the
just now iw thas
Ei
ak
Lit is pot just to present property own
erm and citizens of Patton that they
| should pay for all these permanent me
provements and have those that here
after hatid houses, erect
ete, COme
these HNProve-
aid contribute nothing in the
way of taxes toward their cost. There
council thinking that the
sitigens and property owners now
should only pay their portion of the
of such improvements, and jet
these who come in among us in the
Lpnext ten, Afteen or twenty years also
Huy lota
ate.
thie
pay their proportion or share of the
sf whit they get as much Lenefit
of 48% wi who are citisens now do want
ta decide the malier for
The plan
ther cotinet
now proposed, and which
subnsita 10 the volers Aug
Zar them to authorise the
a A045 the
aoreenment that the borcugh does not
Hava piv it sack VEArS,
which means that but $260, 06 amd inter
ost need be provided each year for ten
yesra. This is certainly better than
laying a high fax have the
et property owners in Patton put
their hands in their pockets ancl pay
Sf this summer this debt of about
1, 200.08 in addition bo the axes nedes.
sary fiir the current expenses of 1888.
The COURIER anticipates that vvery
BRO pIrtY and voter in Patton
(3 wivke to inerease the Borough Debt
are per cent. of lust assessed
valuation, that is by $2608.85 for the
pore reasnns, and thus alo give The
horough treasury a surplus of about
#1 4000 to faire LMmeryenoes
and prevent ineressing fhe tax giles
(Eat 1G in
sonrudl 00 harmaw on
3
in for ten
rate and
HWHer
a {Iw
meat
af
gan dd
IRE WORKS
and
LAGS
at the
RACKET STORE.
Lane
splay
is the voar you
NECKWEAR
ancl we Have a fine assortment in proves
from Toe an
Ladies if vor want 3 fine sed of L 1TT
] Just call in. We can
GLASSWARE
shaw yon the fAnest me brought to
Patton since the town's incorporation,
(’all people: come people; the piace
for bargains is at the Racket Store.
Yuiirs for low prices,
R. F. Gallaher.