The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, April 20, 1899, Image 5

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    atton
| parTON PUBLISHING Co, Proprietors.
E WILL GREENE, Editor,
* renws of oF SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, oni year, in ndvance, + -
PE paper discontinimed anil sll nreenr- |
ages are ald,
Entered at the Postoffles st Patton as second.
ell tines tail matter,
From L. A.W, Bulletin,
spde fromm the g rive so ehill
o eresinatories rn
I ort be vers long until
Weall Sve arn ww thy Barn,
All] kinds of wesithior eome together
n April's geneml master,
At morn in uister iy the thing,
AL noe) we wear o duster
Attend
Entertainment
At Baptist Church
Friday evening, April 21st.
For a first-class lunch go to the City
Restaurant.
The frog his begun to peep. another
sure sign of spring.
When a woman seen a mohee she gets
rat-tled. -L. A. W. B.
A cholee line of confections, nuts and
fruits at the (ity Restanrant.
Call at the Cash Grocery and get
' prices on groceries and von will surely
Atom
8, B. King and John McCormick
“drove over to our town the find of the
week.
ZT. Morgnn, of Coalport,
culating among friends in
Ventare Alburty, of the Quarry, Is
saffering from a severe attack of ery.
_sipelas in his hand.
Among this many visitors to our
town Monday, was Nr. Carry, of the
Metropolitan hotel, at Westover.
Misses Lizmtie Easley and Charlotte
Campbell, of Carrolitown, visited with
friends in Palton the first of the week,
Harry Cooney, W. 'T. Robinson and
“J. M. Bpicher have planted shade trees
in front of their properties on East
Magee avenue,
Miss Mary Cornely and Wayne
Whiteside, of Madera, are guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E, Dale
on Magee avenue,
Wm. Wulf, a well-known young
gentleman of this place, departed Mon-
= Cn for Hartford, € ‘only, where he may
possibly make: his futare home,
~ Qeo. BE. Owens, editor of the Clear.
fed Republican, was in Patton Friday
in the interest of bis newspaper, and
while here made this office a fraternal
ell.
Mrs. CC. Grenninger, accompanied
by ‘Miss Burd Hurd, of LaJose, who
was clr.
Patton
al
‘has been stopping in Patton for the
«= month, made a shopping tour to
i Altoona Saturday.
A Graham, one of Philipsburg’
' Cormick, son of M.
| attorney-at-law.
: burg, were pleasant callers at this office
While In town Baturday.
Is it “froithess” to advertise on the
slentris light poles?
electric ‘‘currants” for instance. If
ou can't stand the “shock” see War.
. the up to “date” painter,
Matthew Miller has moved his family
to Hastings where ho has associated
himself with the electric light company |
at that place. He reports doing n very
road is affected olightly. Foakin: num-
ber 9, 28 and 25, which have heretofore’
gone to Patton now only go to Clear:
fleld. -- Lock Haven Democrat.
The rich man’s whiskey is Harper,
because it is supremely delicious. The
poor man's whiskey ix Harper, because
such good whiskey helps him. The
family whiskey is Harper, because it's
pare, pleasant and strvmgthening. Sold |
by W. L. Daggett, Patton, Pa.
Through the courtesy of B. P. Greene, |
wf Vandergrift, Pa., who is a brother
of the editor of the COURTER, a copy |
Courier.
nw
A vertising rates made Known gpon spe
nidess 11 the option of the |
thing in millinery,
Mra Dartt's
- of tieo. Shall,
3 4 i wi 1h i of
Wall paper at Fisher's 3} cents s naber as ye
rolls
Moe in
Certainly not;
: Saturday,
age had been done, :
wards arrested and taken to the county
cof the winter's ashes,
put them in a healthy condition,
Business circulars have become al
nuisance to every householder, and
nineteen-twentieths of them go into |
the waste of the kitchen without ever’
‘being seen by those to whom they are!
directed, while the few which happen |
to reach those who are sought as cns- |
tomers, as a rule find their way
Next will appear spring flowers,
Bicycles are becoming numerous.
Get your pictures framed at Fisher's.
Is the man who gets ‘loaded’ a son-
of a-gun ?- Ex.
Fresh shad, catfish, eels,
herring at the Cash Grocery,
J. D. Hepburn was down from Pat-
ton Tuesday. - Mahaffey Gazette,
Mrs. Alfredd Dodson and son Alf, are
visiting friends at Philipsburg this
basa and
| week.
Call on Ernst Bruer, the photo.
grapher, corner of Fourth and Magee
avenues.
Sheriff Geo. M. Werte, and Stewart
Kinkead came down from the county
‘seat Friday.
np to the finest
will find it at
For a nice cheap hat,
you
Only one person, a man by the name
has died of small-pox at
Editor Williams, of the Glen Camp.
bell Comet, was a pleasant caller at this
office Monday. Call again.
Pennsylvania Railroad Road Suaper-
visor John PP. Charlton, of Uresson,
was a visitor to Patton Monday.
For nobbypess and #tyvie vou will
find it at Mrs. Darts in
ready-made
Patton,
Thomas, thse year
and Mrs. Wm, Goynn, had
arm broken one day last week
playing with other boys
Mra JO MeMuallen, of Dysart,
has besa an invalid in the German
pital at Philadelphia fur the past five
woes, 3
fede’
wnpiete
ber
stata the (post i
{7-3 san of Mi
3
his rigig
while
YY visit ing
her cousin, TN. Nagle
C. WW. Holdgkineg expats to takes
tended bicyele trip about the first of
June to Philadelphia, New
other points in the Famnpire
Wiew lig
have
isn
an
gasil
fe
York
mite
will be gone about tw
things
He
grins is
John Bayo im bwopnd to
ap to style at the Cash |
recently
gin in front
ser y
has
fotint
quite a convenience to
2. P Young, of I
in town several
he
Main
Yi est] in
IIR IEE.
green
placed a
of his store wiih is
bbe beadde.
wtton, had business
dave last week tin
hs promned eof Hila fre rey
strewt to Harris,
Thoredas
on Sonth
of ta
Joh
moved from Patton to this place alu
five weeks ago, took biz family
Vintondale Monday of last week
on Saturday he shipped his household
goods to that place Carrolltown
News, 2
The Raftsman’s Jovrnal says that it
is rimored that the New York Central
R. R. has obtained a 60-day option for
the purchase of the B, R & P. road,
and it looks as though but two rail
roads will enter Clearfield in the near
future, viz: The P. R. R. and the N,
Y.
A fatal shooting sccident occurred
on the river at Lock Haven Thursday
afternoon, the victim being Ralph Me-
8. McCormick, an
The young man was
on duck hunting expedition, and by
anno
Coadport Standard,
the shoemaker, who
sit
tis
and
y Phonieison,
‘the accidental discharge of his gun re.
ceived the full charge in his left breast
near the heart killing him instantly.
An attempt was made to burn the St.
Elmo hotel at DdBois about midnight
Andrew Murray had been
previously ejected from the hotel. He
returned and gaining entrance to a
rear room emptied the contents of an
oil can and set fire to the fluid The
blaze was discovered before much dam |
Jail,
The time of the vear is abont here!
when everyone should commence cleans |
ing their promises of the decumulation
as to give them a neat appearances and
Lime
‘should be freely used so as to make a
thorough disinfection of the entire
| premises. The back yard and lot should
not only receive special attention, but
(the street in front of the dwelling
'shoald be given attention,
A Western exchange says that hug-
| ging societies have been introduced in |
Idaho, to swell the church treasury,
of Vol 1, No. 1 of the Vandergrift with the following scale of prices:
Citizen was sent to this paper one day |
tw The journal is up-to-date,
g well edited and neatly printed. |
.M. H. Cochran, formerly of the
> Herald, is the editor and she
y deserves credit.
Girls under 16, 13 cents for a hug of
two minutes or 10 cents for a short
| squeeze; from 16 to 20 years, 50 cents;
‘school marms, 40 cents; another man’ 8
| wifo, $1.00; widows, according to looks, |
| from 9 ents to $2.00: old maids, three
. | cents each or two for five centa and no
limit of time.
‘ charged,
are not allowed to participate until
Preachers are not
Editors pay in advance and
j everyone else is through.
caAsSTORIA.
t The Kind You lave Awa
people here
Murray wis after. |
rubbish, ete, so
‘call.
into
‘Phila. Times
In the dull season, when only com-
paratively few people are baying
anything, the advertising effort should
be increased as the number of possible
buyers decrease. It is easier to sell $10
worth of goods among a thousand
(people than it is to sell that amount
among one hundred people. If there
are only one hundred to work on, work |
then hard Bates,
Mrs. Alexander MacCormick, of
Spangler, received the sad news last
Monday of the death of her mother,
Mrs. Catharine Convrey, at her home in |
Sterling, Scotland, March 24th, at the
ripe age of 88 years, The news was
particularly sad in that as Mrs. Mac
Cormick had completed arrangements
to visit her mother, having already en-
gaged passage on a steamer to leave
next week,
the waste basket,
Miss Annie Bock, who forsook school
teaching of the modern sart and for the
past two years has been giving “Ye
Deestreect Skule” in different parts of
the State for the benefit of churches
and schools, has been doing some very
sucoessinl work in the western part of
the State, Miss Bock made her start
line in Philipsburg and the
will be glad to hear of
continued speoess. — Philipsburg
in this
her
Ledger,
To “ehan! DHreetars,
In pursusnes of the forty third
\ot of May 8, 1854, you are
pitifhed to meet in convention,
mrt hao in Ebensburg, on
May, 1869
month. and select
; of the whole
number of directors present, one per-
HE
tion of the
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in
of thn
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¥ive vores, hr oa nisjority
son of wientifle and literary ar
pin
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siihin
ivoand ERT son
& ont FM pu rit
groand
fiir the
an verti
Carnbrig county,
HEINE yours: the
$f to the Rigs Baperintendent
3
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ninth anil fortieth seetiong of sad
frieat abd
T 1.
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fat snN
§ fvnty tendon
CASBTOILIA.
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Bipnatuss
of
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Hiden ion for
Srey, spwmer pind
Vestal,
Ctmpditnl soe pmid in
marge furl,
{7nd vided profits, PR Apu famiw gerd
fae sow panic
Nationa! Mand notes cantstaading i
Pie toy stir Nationa! Banks
Prividends ungmid
foatividtne! degamits pobident tor ediin ik
Pann cortiftontos of ds fromit
Titre cortifiea ive of de prasit
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County of Cantbria
Wa, HH. sandfond, Cashier of the wisve
prsidsiest Fhank, do osndetoanly swenr that the
alwive wat alemeat I= rue snd correed fas 1h
fmt of yoy Know belpe and bellef
Wa Ho Saspyagn, ashen
Miharritesl and mopar to before me this Lith
tay of April, Dan
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Pape, Notary Publik
Ciosprent
AE. Parry, )
F.C, BROWN, 5» Dire
Jase Keun,
0f-
wish to announce to the
Patton that I have
| | the drug store form-
erly owned by H. D. Hasson,
now deceased, and as soon as
some necessary repairing and
remodeling can be done will
be opened to the public. It
will be known as
‘Huber’s Corner
‘Drug Store
and a full and complete
line of goods will be found
here. You are in invited to
Remember the place—corn-
er of Fifth and Magee avenue,
opposite Palmer house.
H. HUBER,
Proprietor.
J
—you
iS NOW ready
It's a hook of almost 100
pages, filled with news
about this store of yours.
It tells you all about almost
every article we sell, and
tells you so plainly that it
18 an easy matter for you
to sit at home and do your
shopping here by Mail. We
want vou to have one of
these books. If you have
not received one already,
drop us a eard and we'll
send it by return mail, It
doesn’t cost yon anything
more than the price of the
postal.
GABLE & CO.
1320-22-24 11th AVENUE,
ALTOONA, PA.
VOT
Men
Shoes can’t be touched for
beanty, styles and at the price,
&
1.GS to & 3-40.
CLOTHING.
We made a special purchase
of hittle fejlows! suits for our
Faster trade and they are all
ready for sale. Just came mn
Tuesday last
The price
all—1.48 to 83
Our boys’ pants S1ILS are
also ready. Lots of new styles
to select from. Prices from
48 to 5. 43.
MEN'S SU I'TS—By tar the
largest stock in town, All
good uptodate styles and
made to wear it, wes
right.
NOW ABOUT
FURNISHINGS
AND HATS
Have you
shirts, our
Our new
Well,
within reach of
45
and fit. pr
»*
pe ‘3:
ir Alin
=
new OT
sty les of
yon are behind
crowd if vou haven't
have sold and are
plenty every day
Have 5 new collars
latest designs too.
Here 1s a flyer
Those Chicago styles in
collars are here, 15¢ 2 for 25c.
The very latest styles and
hobbies.
latest and best here: so come
are invited-—cordially
LC k Witdr
3 C
hats ?
the
We
St thing
ns
~Very
We are opposite the Bank
on the right side of street.
The Keystone
Clothing
and Shoe (o.,
irmmiioinini is ¥
i
You always get the .
€
1
g
you want
the new
Last year's shoes are not what
Buy with us. Buy
‘99 shoes. They are
up-to-date, and you will start out
wearing
#a 8
i é *
wi
ts
Il be
them prejudiced in their
They are made right and
sold right. We claim
or.
that our prices are the lowest for
ey ual
1at.
tl
quality, but many claim
We, to clinch it, offer to re-
fund the money if vou find as
gro] shoes elsewhere at a lower
:
in the h
CO. has there hee; chown
complete ne
story
STC
f NEW SHOES = 1s now displayed here,
price,
the PATTON ¢
up-to-date,
SUPPLY
styiish and
of
h an
Don’t Buy Your Shoes
We
Le He
ile,
t from.
lowest,
until
shoes to seled
are the
VOI see our
ind
Se
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
ff - »”
The Sorosis.
THE S 33.50 SHOE FOR \WOMENX.
Sepa
New Shoes
fam Bigs Field
¥iit
ry :
New Shoes
Cisiee of the laripest JOY
then in all colors
We Bave slyoews for all
Black, all styles, at 150 ¢
and fie
Me 0, Wo
Oo 4 5% per pair
EYEE TY
WWE HAY
FilierR i
: a¥
SOA, Wei
that Com nEm
ey support
aS
Wiatiial
and
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FRA
ie the
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§ 3
ANE
For Babies.
wr showed Patter, We have
54
Boys, Girls and Babies in Tan and
EE THEM.
Come and See Them WASH GOODS Madras, Ginghams, Percales, Dim
thew, Ze phirys, Batiste, Organdios, Lawns,
very latest | Laces and Embroideries
in all colors and sty lew.
aver
This Department has bodded out in all its sprin
to hand. fom
Pigne mm all colors. Ribbons Boe
$00 worth to select from.
ines, There is a revelation of beanty and newness coming
showing the vanguard of things that ure fashionable and
t will be worn by
Indien of good taste in all of the large cities this season
No end of new things in this line, and to our large assortment we add the
additional inducements of low prices that can’t be approached elsewhere.
PATTON
SIFY C0
The Busy Store sam
SI
Fo: $8.25
1
aE
1}
flied
Aner
ment
x
gold
{Wi
you
with this watch and
it is also guaranteed
3 1
by the manufacturer,
Come in and see it.
TOZER,
The Patton Jeweler.
‘orders,
‘Undertaking,
This Bedroom Suit
Only $15.00.
Fine Furniture in every conceivable
patterri to suit all tastes. A short
time spent looking over our line will
convince you that we have the goods
and sell at prices that catch the
Embalming,
Etc. Etc,
tended to.
ethads used.
satisfaction
Pr rompti y at
All modern m
T he
TATA
3% A 3%
best of
teed,
. 3. BUCK,
Next to Hotel P atton,