The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, March 24, 1898, Image 1

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    VOL. V.--NO.
PATTON, CAMBRIA CO.,
PA.
THURSDAY, MARCH 24,
$1.00 PER YEAR.
VISIT L. W. COO
SD
HPARTM.
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af
ALTOONA, PA.
rand offer
Save your checks.
On January 1st, 18g9, 1 will
give to the person return-
ing the largest number of
my Cash Register Checks
Of stand:
Will 3s
Sept 1 1h
Ful I Particulars
Later
on exhibition 1n
yy I
Patton Pharmacy.
parFifth and Beech avenues, Oppo-
site School building.
ARDwarge.
A woodman 1s known by
his tools, and he is a good
workman in the same propor
tion that they are good tools
We have the best line
Mechanic's tools, complete
line of paint brushes, carry
the best line of cook stoves
‘and ranges,
of
Capello,
Columbian,
and
Cinderella,
all fully guaranteed.
Just received all varieties of
Gorden Seeds. Give us a
trial order
Furniture
Department.
x»
Lid
Come and examine ol
new line of Carpets, Matu ngs,
Rugs, Window Blinds, Cur
tain Poles, Brass Curta
Rods, Pictures. Mirrors, Iron
Beds! Well, to make a long
story short, we can fit you out
from cellar to garret.
Aticons om Taesday March
Not Talking Strike.
Altoona, Pa, Marck 22 The con.
vention of District No. 2, United Mine
Workers of America, opened here
day. The district is composed chiefly
of Cambria, Clearfield and Jefferson
counties. The ohjert of the meeting is
to confer with the operators regarding
the reference of the Chicago agree
ment which calls for a raise of wages
and eight hours for a day's work after
April L
The morning session was occupied
in bearing reports from the different
localities. There are 104 delegstes
claiming to represen: 14,000 miners,
At the sfternocn session,
was secret, National President
ford delivered an address and =
was formulsted which will be submitted
to the operators to-morrow. The
miners think the war scare will foree
: Atlantic coast shippers to grant the
concession demanded. The strike talk
is not of a positive tone
Held at
$03
Wil Sowrn be BResoly
The Patton Wooden Manufacturing
‘company is making several extensive
improvements on its plant in Patton
{ Over 150,000 feet of lumber have been
| purchased for building purposes and
| Work is going on enlarging and over
haaling the plant, some new mactanery
will be placed soon, and before many
‘days the company wili be in 8 position
to furnish all kinds of building material,
ete. L. M. Patterson, the president of
the company, was in Williamsport,
Pa. on Tuesday looking after
struction of the new handie and spoke
machine, which is being manfactured
in that city. The members of the
company have carefully investi-
gating their resoumees of this nity
for obtaining hardwoed 10 erted
into handle
in great
quality.
Lome £0T.
brig
CHAEY
« and spokes, and found it
and of fomet
be long antl the
hum of the saw and blowing of steam
will be beard at the new industry,
which will be welcomed by Pattoniles
shandanoe {he
it will not
School Roepaori
The following is the report of
township school in Patton for month
ending March 2ist: Number
67; average sttendanoe, 57. Perfeot in
attendance: are
Dyooskey, St ¥
Sponskey, Edith Lansberry, Iva Lan
‘berry, Ftta Martz, Fdna Platt, re
ephine Lasoy, Catharine Sponskey,
Dennis Mitchell, Abraham Wilkinson,
John W HKinson, Tiyan. Rponskey,
‘ Joseph Sponskey, Jose ph Lanoy, Walter
Wotchacoskey, Oliver Tidswell Miss
ing one day James Wilkinson, John
Gregory, Joseph Mitchell, Mary Mitch.
eil, Bertha Farabaugh. Regina Fara
baugh. Frances Rolka, Thomas Bailey
Crraa Duxpaax, Teacher
RIO
Nlasin 1 Fy hey
amg Sy shila
adie ¥ .
A Bicyrie Offerd
L. J. Kerr, proprietor of the Filth
avenue bowling alley, is now offering
a new Cleveland bicycle 10 the perwon
making the largest score in ten pins
Billy Moore, is at present in
he having rolled ©
268% in ten frames.
Tre
the jes,
are of
Theme whe are 0]
lowing ciose after him are John Walk
“Jack” Scheid, Harve Lingle, * Shorty”
Brown, W. CC. Habbard Ed Moore and
Dr. Worrell, The above score is Lhe
largest ever riade on the alley and the
other enthusiasts are making a strong
effort :
he Invincible sex
* 0 ae Ro Pol?
Lo hieeak Po Pos
italia ¥
TENTS
Mahaffey Scmane:
The Mahaffey summer
will re-open on Monday, April d
10a m., for aterm of ten welts, ander
the able and efficient manage
Prof 8. K. Rank, who
by J. C. Williams, a graduate of the
State Normal shoal, of Ind
Tuition Teacher's grade, $s
mar grade, $4.00;
dress all
Rank, prin:
Normal Shea.
GOrnel schoo
.
WN, at
Wii bw passed
May Erve
Patton
Order of Odd Fading
templating the
opera hoase and |
A commitlies |
secure data on
which can be secur
that definite arraznipemel
made. The pe
met with much enconrsgvm
majority of the cit
3 3 ou
2 w ik
dge.,
3
% jet >. 8
izens of
Closing 3a
We are o Josing vial slow
at cost in order
spring goods
tunity while i
Patton Markets
Subject to market changes
Butter. a
Cabbage 3
Buckw haat
Potatoes ~
Onions... 3
MINERS STORE (0. | Limited
DEATH OF HON.
A. BARKER
Ined Suddenly
Friday, March
A SKETCH OF HIS LIFE.
Was a Member of Comgress A Perrson:d
Fries of Abvabkom Lr
Toe Hon. A. A Barker
burg, and prodably
resident of Cambria connty
inst 44 years, died saddens
stroke of appoplexy in Altosma Friday
afternoon
His death came in 4
surprise. He had been in
or four days and Friday
office of Dr Blackburn
treatment for an indmposition that be
had experienced a few days efors his
death
As he entered the office of rr. Black:
burn, Mr Barker compisined of feeling
worse than usaal and the doctor had
him ite sofa in the office
made b anfortable. It was
was lving on the sods that he
Preath was probably
Vad
of Fhwors
best Enwn
y Goring the
fr ea
£470
tf A
Ateswmia (hires
Hs 5 3
wnt 0 the
te: reawive
down on lhe
axl
Wie he
Bregtherd hie last
painless
The fu Chane sw}
place at Ebensbarg on Monday at 2
pm Rerviees were held in the Ebene
burg Prestyterian chareh and were in
charge of the 1. 0. OF lonlge of tha
piace. Rev. Merle Anderson, Nis pas
tor, preached the faneral sermon. His
remains were followed 10 the Lioyd
by & iar FRE GODIOOUrSE ef
friends, including the differeat societies
of which was 8 member. Among
the many beantiful and appropriate
floral offerings were ane from Patton
Lodge, No. 1088 1. O. OF. and Wash-
ington Camp, No. 23% P.O 8 of A
of Patton.
Lowok
ww
ner of the
C4 dE Ty
Foe
Barker wrong
oid i he had
of this having
have
hewn 82 years lived
the eh
born in Loveli
costors were
were among he
England: His
; 4
£3 the i
won em 8 Je
SEALER ERA,
Me
if
5
AL
were Guile MWagre,
ce
FRE RAG ed ey
4
ani HE
Bit Ri Ti
WE (od
ERT. DAD
deavor be followed in Bis native ou
anti] 1854. In
he came 0 Pennwylvan
in Carvolltaosn,
November of
Ln 4 0 |
RART 3 es od
remained for two years theeis
$3
85
aE
Eiensburg, where he
remidiend
After SouAng to Cambria county
Barker continioad in the
Mr
farses baad.
ness Bod in 1558 added to 4 meTcan lee
business wihaoh
then hi
he foimmed unt
Sine
gaged in any
mineh time in
exlensively in the United ! States
Mr Rarker was elected tn Congress
in 1884 from the dstrict ouimiposes] of
of Cambria
Min
Xiasiin,
Neer
bition
Mr
af having baery
veal Dow,
tions
a
great
was
Lh Maine
He
Yinooin
Mans RB ChCis
President
Ey
Was 1h ugnrated.
Mr. Barker bel
fraternal
Row of
Temple of Hos
the Crrand
waved
wrged to 8 pam
He
Tesarizr
a
Logan a RL a bt
PRAISES RES,
i 4 £3
Grand ¥
Wis &
ihe
Ebenisbnry
” .
PAY Ra
Bown shames
Le wii
r
In 142
0 a - T LAL
Mr
wun
Barger
EPG
or Porc an
Panky IRL
If you are going to move and peed a
new stove or range, drop in and ex-
amine the Cinderella. Thousands in
nee, an’ not ope failure. Sold by J E
irk Hardware Co
COUmCHE. PROCEEDINGS
Of Mee ing Held
Tier,
Pa March
Bern igh cine op
Mont
IRD,
pe March
wy Nigh
Patton 1508 Patten
eotyredl chars
reguiar
with LA very bare
1 Monteith Hub
bard, Jones Anderson and MeCormick
The minates of regalar meeting he
on Monday night. March ITih, and
spec inl meeting. Friday evening. March
ith, were read and spproved
The president appointed
ing oommittess 0
TERETE
bers this Monday
WREST the
wid
prea t ii Omi
Ea
*3
RETR
R year
Finance
bard, chairman:
dD. Bair
Street
chairman: EP.
Anderson
Fire and Poli
Bigir. chairman
Lhe motes
arr it tee. W
P Mo
fg
E wie E
i
Mol ormick and
{oma ties
of Sehedd, and secomded
Mol orovck, R
tha
WER
by
Carried
east side
Magee an
propery
Tenn Fours
ried i Read ta 1
tor rece
{In
WN
Ril property
Fils
Bamcli avenoes, and
ers on Magee avenne, be
an a Fi Ld Bi
AZ
homed
ananimonsdy
WT OX
avenoe, bHelwesn
Ba
Avenpes, Dw
walks down
haar
enotion of Hobbard, and seoopnded
by Andere: wh, HE Was ananimotely Ry
rend that the gnestion of hting
streets be referred 10 Street { ciation
Om motion of Habbard, snd seconded
Sereid 21 was arr
that
animosly
Tan § rest og gt
a
the Stewed { conmitiee vod
to ssceriain who have not lad beard
Brroug ho of Paton and
Burgess
td
wRiks in
Hw
5
Crp motion of Scheid, and secunded
3 eormack, 1 Was unAr
carried that the Street Comnm
ral referred to the
LEENA i ¥
Ener §
Fores, and seconded
sasanimonsly carried
ba Rw ais 2s Ae
Hom oom tg
Sa E
eel al
Monday,
malar meeting
as
Adina
Tre
toe
Dryers
Whe wh
by TL
RIS ONIA COGN Wo
Hon
AX
ard Banal
{> Fo
wel
heredyy Fs
the Attorneys Room
Ebenstarg. Pa
Ines. al 19
attending Wo
wl
Hoo in
April 4
the peirposs of
of said appointment, at
and | pis ¥
Atte
ever
share
Rid DETRGOS hleresiedg
boo oi pe
from
Setarre ComIIng
3
of sabd fund
08 588
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peg amg
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bath ae a
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Praeticas Palallhag
etts, practic
Nat Gral wy cond
mitations of ocak, ssh mahog
Woot cherry, walnut and
Can paint a sign and hang wall paper.
Uses nothing buat the best of materials.
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§ C.
5
% op TS
bh we
jmtribaite the funds
ORT 13 FINISHED
+
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WILL. KNOW SOON.
The a A jem of
May ©
Poop PA as to
ue mdi
West, Faa, March
rancher Marin
nited Rfates NAY val
22 Lannsten-
ve ad voeats
FT
Key
ant oon
of the 1
Fryert Ld
nt thas rem of the Pug
, jeft Key
his way io W ssbingte
LET are rv
West thas aflernoon i
day. and Rear with
Commander Marix spent several hours
farther rey
the officers
except Paymast
Carthy have recs
in ie
Ad
Bers,
# bere ast week This
tos bee gov
require
ox idbibn
BE
The majorit
Maire lexve
Miami
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Balms leg ving ;
Marx sad soothe
sonssde red
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WHET
the
he
Armee on
as was Thought a Baw dave
y of the officers of tbe
this afternoon for
remasinder of (bem
ee
2 3
An Tow
SINAN
given
mer Wests
ag could Sue wnt
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or ne fn
mander sai
at completing Team
If the tran ~hninew
will arrive
documents
ti Troe TRA 8 mainty
the rep
Maine was
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ge DRURS Ow
niers TaN
RSET og
an
Sorings. Blair county
as pastor of the Patton
+ has W
a4 Tx
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ws # pplnted
ME
Wasson, who
Was App of the M E
chorh at Saxon, Bedford cou
Loe chumh
AR DRSLOT
nly
=
Waa the 3 x 2% this
Fring and evening
sx period
at TE ee
strong «
he should few fant is
1 ,
ATE PINT STS XeT
Bogda 0 Fos in man
mas arena
¢ akar
2
sunt LOT
ape embers and
Ala wen ows Be
aa ATLA NaC
Fe
agement.
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Line Spel WHS 1 ARO
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It is the purpose of the
Sh 4
and Dave Low
Cas Veh
w ns Ee
TALL
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a atl a
Ramee
fon oud Tn aa ¥ 4 BE
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em ASK WAS
aaa ZL
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we bo Bay
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fond h
wilt
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Wil: Pw
oka y farther steps
VERN To pete Loe OUIREISATION
SUE
MEouh
airead
vise Bnandal Ea
ircaiars sent oul by the Ures
son Springs company the indications
are the Mountain house will not
be open ped this season. It is reported
on good anthorty thal the famous
Be
a
resort will in the near future be turned
into a military academy
SRAWGE WETTING
Fell = Loretto on Monday.
$0 The Progrem
Tow | ria County Pomoes Grange
will convene in regular quarterly ses
sion in the Parochial Hall imei
om Monday, April th, 1998
The morn Dg Mews 3 Was
the CRE
order and on hearing PEAT A Sabor:
inate Oranges, general ds be
Aferns ar 158
Following = the program: “Wheat
and I. Furrsh
Thotien of tha Ww of mubewrd mate
Granges.” Annie J. Beiter, “Advant
separator,” Joseph
anas and Pasa! Yabhuer, “The
Me H J Bannan,
Wrawbherry sadare,dohn F. Thoamns:
Annw
Fe
Tax be Apr
sn
al
CRETE
will be Ge
voted Foryas = rtereats of
CE ATI,
ON MERAY WL
Pea
Fug £5 nn rn Ae.
PER aaTE a
£35 a
VIET
£ TERI
3
Ideal Grange ©
a
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uly #
nde pron
:
Program as
Prima Thomas:
sublert of “Coed
Ferdinand KitZell of
bye Basnan
meg at ron Jed Wa,
tates hort the
Batley, editor
Ff the lohrstown Daily
an address >
Roads”
Lamette
and Wm
Cary: “How
Bey
Foyer
Puy
Woes Iain
ho ©
eroned
farmer 7 Warmes W
and proprietor
Personal
Tie pr wt
Tue 1%
Patrons
mg ha J 3
if | 4
AE
GR wih
TTR ren : wi
at earh asssion
orgs wnt music
} will he met at
ENN
TT eT Foam
attend
By arder Bxeentive
Gp W
Carita
GARRITY.
Kent
eX Peis b4% Fm,
April Ist The sale of
Westfledd bicycles
All wands
etal
wd
ANE
A SpewiRily
rR Wii be ged
DeWitt s Little Early Risers,
The famous fille pills
ARAVA VE VHB VLH EWE LPR RL IVY
Dry goods ~~ §
and las
TRE BEST QUALITY
THE NEWEST STYLES
TRE LOWEST PRICES
Out of Town
; Purchasers
#
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friends.
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