The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, July 13, 1906, Image 2

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    Patton Courier.
BASE BALL.
Continued from Pagel.
- Adams, 8s } 4 8 2
"Muck, of i § 1 0.4
Roy ¥aton Decker, Marnin 8 4H 9 40
Sm - Howard, rf. od 00
ESTABLISHED 1898 Cavanaugh, § $1 1la
—— . Totals. ..on SN. Mn 3 3
— OF SUBSCRIPTION,
One copy, vne year, in advance, - « © $1.00 |
a@-No papers discontinued until alt arrear- |
ages are paid, unless at the option of the
publisher.
Entered at the Postoflice at Patton as second
class mall matter,
———
ADVERTISING RATES,
Legal notices §1 per inch for tirree insertions,
Oard of thanks ie per line,
Resolutions fe per lone,
Poetry be per line.
Business locals be per line,
Display ads 10e per inch flat.
Foreign advertising must be oid for invar-
fably in advance. No cemmilsion paid to
advertising agents,
These are “best” rates—no others go.
THE “KISSOGRAPH.”
The latest fad is to kiss the book—
not the Good Boek, as people some-
times do when they take an oath—bat
the ‘“‘kissograph™ book. The ‘“proper-
ties” are a blank book and a little tin
of moist carmine. The collector asks
the victim to first press their lips on
the carmine and then on the book, and
thus preserve the kiss.
“The weak peint about the newest
collecting mania,” according to the
York Daily, “seems to be here: Just
think of the many ways one can, and
‘does kiss! What could be wider apart,
for example, than the little, little
smacks a girl distributes among her
family and the clinging ecstacy of her
greeting to ber young man ?
“Then, too, men have a good many
ways of kissing. An imprint taken
during the honeymoon and one taken
after—say six months, of marriage,
should be easily distinguishable. There
would also be a clear distinction be-
tween the ‘Goo’by dear’ salute of the
morning and the contented luxury of
the after-dinner Kiss, mainly inspired
by gratitude for comfort and good
cheer. :
«But after all it is women whose
kisses run the gamut of emotion, from
freezing to the boiling point. They
have a separate kind of kiss for every
imaginable occasion. It might also be
said that they never kiss the same way
twice; at least, we have this on author-
ity.
“The difficulty will be, then, for the
owner of the ‘kissograph album” to
know what kind of a kiss the kisser
puts init. The only way to be sure
will be to say: ‘Put such a kiss in my
book as you would give me, if—’ that
if’ may easily lead to misconception.
It might even be beld to be an example
of the *‘if provocative.’
“Still, in the pursuit of science, risks
must be taken. There is no reason to
~ doubt that young men and women will
_ be found to face them heroically. It is
easy to see a great future for this new
and improved method of “kissing the
book.’ ”?
Soil Test in Cambria County.
What kind of a commercial fertilizer
does my soil require? is a question of
interest to nearly every farmer. Penn-
sylvania spends for fertilizers some-
what over $5,000,000 annually, a sum
nearly equal to the state appropriation
for public schools. The best answer to
the question is gained by direct fleld
experiments on the soil involved. To
aid in a systematic study of the vari-
ous Boils of Pennsylvania, the state
experiment station, through its chem-
ist, Prof. Frear, has organized a series
of co-operative soil tests with the three
principal classes of commercial fertil-
izers, to determine the present need of
the soil, for one or other of these aids
to fertility. These co-operative tests
are now being made in accordance
with the stations in 38 counties of the
gtate. In Cambria county the co-oper-
. ative farmers are Gust McElheny and
E. A. Sheehan, both of Ashville.
Get the Best Always.
it’s the same with paint as with any-
thing else. It always pays to get the
best.
best. In paint we can tell you in'a way
that you will readily understand.
With every gallon of Patton Sun Proof
paint we give you a written guarantee
good for five years. Could anything
be fairer than that? If you are now or
will soon be in need of paint, come in
and let us talk it over with you.
BINDER & STARRETT.
Buyer Wanted.
For sale:—Good 6 room house with
finished attic, on Beech avenue in Pat-
ton. Will be sold cheap to cash buyer.
Call on or address this office for partic-
HOAE
| Bigler, cf i 3. QO
Helmbold, 2 g 32 3 4.
Glenn, If 0 1 1 9
| Johnson, ss, | 3 4-4 1)
Dugan, ©... | A § ¢ 0
Howe, 1b, } 113 40
O' Rally, 8b. OO 4% 0 § 9
Patton, rf. 0.0 1 0 @
1 Nichols, p.. wewich E00 8 |
OLAS. corer srsnnmnneneninmnsisssss & 44 1 1
The trouble is to know what is |
SCORE BY INNINGS,
01100001 0-3
Patton...
00000200 2-4
Clanrfiel?
The game at Curwensville Saturday
with the ‘Grampian nine was a one-
gided contest and another victory for
the locals. The score:
PATTON.
R ) A E
MoCarty, if: 1 9:14
Flory, i. $ 4 40-6
Adams, 6+ & 1 4
Fullerton, g 1 0 2 4
Mack, of. I 4 § 0. 0
Howard, 1 32 8 4 9
Simpson, 2b 0 1.1.40
Marnin, ¢ g 1 1 0
Swe \pkos 1 41 © 0 0
C avanaugh, P. wld 8 0.4
TOLAIS...oviverrrrnes susssrinsrenss sesens 9 MN 5 4.1
GRAMPIAN.
R HOAE
Norris, 2b. wg 0 3-41
Russell, ss g. 0 2 8 2
Helmbold, 1f.. I 1 1 0 0
Boyd, 1b.. 1 1312. 0.0
Hess, 3b. 1 6 06 0 0
Kerr, p.. i + 3.8 ©
Wall, rf. 9 1 1 0:0
Darnell, ¢ 0.1 8 0 0
9:1 9 3 1
Caldwell,
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Totals.....
Patton ancevetod in capturing one
of the three games played with the
(Cuban Stars on the home grounds this
week. The contest Monday was vir-
tually won by a home run when the
visitors had a runner on the second
base. Score:
PATTON.
R HO AE
Mclean, 3b «0 0 4 0 1
Steele, 2b 0 1 3 11
Flory, p 0 0 0 4 0
McCarty ¢ L 00 0
Adams, I 06.1 0
Howa rd, 1 0 i 1-1 1
Maek, cf. 0 1 1 0 0
Marnin, ¢. 0 113 0 0
Fullerton, 1b.. +0 8 5.0 0
Totals... endsans 17-8 27°:7 °8
CUBAN STARS,
R HO A E|
Moran, 3b. 121 CF 1
Prats, rf. 0 12:0 0
Almerda, 1 2.4 3 0
Cabrena, s 10 3 2 0
Hidalgo, ¢ 6 1 + 0 0
Borges, 3. 01 23 1
Reyer, p.. 0 2 0 3 1
Delgado, ib. 0 012 1 0
Lino, If........ 0.0 2 0 0
TotalS..cccsonsarrssnenens 3 92715 3
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Patton 000 0-1
Cuban Stars 200 1-3
Umpire--Dinsmore.
Scorer—Bailey.
The contest Tuesday was the fastest
ever seen on the home grounds, the
visitors playing an errorless game
and scoring a shut out. The score:
PATTON.
R HO AE
McLean, 3b. «01 v.88 0
Steele, 2b. 6-1 01 0
Flory, If. 00 5 0 0f
McCarty 00 0 0 0}
Adams, s 0 06 1 1 Xj
Howard, y 0 1 2-2 Of
Mack, ¢ 0 0 53 0 0
Marnin, c. 9 0 7 2 0}
Fallerton, 0 0 8 0 Yi
POMS sinrirrirnsrrris 538
CUBAN
R HO AE
Moran, 3b. 2 3 2 0 0
Delgado, 2 0 0 2 8 0
Almerda 0 15 0.0
Cabrena, ig 9 1 3 Of
Hidalgo, ¢ 1 2 4 00
Dorges, 0 1-0 1 Of
Royer, 1 0 010 0 0f
Lino, 1 I 1.2 0 0}
rats, rt, ve 1000-20 0 1 TO
TOME ss simone. 8 27 8 0 |
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Patton... 0000 0-0] |
Cuban Stars 1 021 0--5
Umpire—Fitzgerald,
Scorer—Dole. i
Patton evened up good and plenty |
with Aguinaldo’s compatriots Wed- |
nesday, when the locals piled up 10}
runs to two for the visitors. In the |
three games played Patton secured 11
to the Cuban’s 10 scores. Cavanaugh |
was in the box for the locals and held
the heavy hitting Stars down to six | ©
hits, while the Cuban’sstar twirler was
touched up for 14. Here is how it was |
done:
PATTON.
R HO A E|
McLean, 3b. 2 2 3 2 1}
Steele, 2b.. 2 2 2 1 0f
Flory, 1f... 2 11:0: Of
McCarty, of. 0-1-0 0 1
Adams, ss 0 1 4 4 0}
Howard, 1 0 83 11 1 04
Mack, ¢ 0 0 41 0f-
Marnin, 2 8 4 2 0;
Cavanaugh, “27 0 2 0}
A 10 142 16 2
CUBAN STARS. |
RHOAE
Moran, 3b... wll By 18
Cabrena, 0.0:2 4. 2
Almerda, ¢ } 0.56:1 0
Hidalgo, cf. 9 1.1.1 0}
Borges, 2b 0 2 0 4.1
Royer, 1b 0 011 0 1}
Lino, If. 0 0 2 0 0
Medina, p 100 1 of
Prats, rf... 0 0:2 0 of
Totals........oess tari vans 2 6 24 13 5
SCORE BY INNINGS. {
|
Patton 401 203 *10|
Cuban Stars 100100 0-2]
Umpire--Fitzgerald. |
Scorer—Bailey. |
Dancing. ic
Miss Hancher’s summer dances: Ja- |
venile class 2 p. m. each Thursday at |
Miner's Hall. Evening classes, begin- |
ners eight to nine, advanced social,
nine to twelve.
Estate Auntie Manion, Deceased.
Letters of administration on the estate of |
Annie Manion, late of Clearfield township, de- |
ceased, having been granted to the under- |
ulars.
Patronize the home print shop.
We are better prepared than ever to
turn out commercial printing of all
kinds and at prices that can’t be dupli-
signed, all persons indebted to the said estate |
are requested to make payment, and en]
having claims to present the same without |
delay to
MART MANION AND HARRISON MANION,
Administrators, |
Patton, Pa.
Or to their attorney, Reuel Somerville, Pat-
cated for good work.
ton, Pa. i
a
| ing as Leiden Brothers, J
THE piece of Silver-
ware which you
received on Christmas
wiil lose its lustre and
turn to a brown color if
you do not keep it wrap-
ped in tissue paper away
from the light You will
not care to do that so you
had better get a jar of
SILUER (REAM,
the finest silver polish
made. 25c at
TOZER’'S,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ko-
dacks and Supplies.
Steam and
Hot Water
Heating
Is being used more ex-
tensively each year. Why?
Because it is the most eco-
nomical user of fuel, furn-
ishes a greater volume of
heat and is decidedly cleaner
than any other systems now
in use. Ask your neighbor.
He knows about it.
JOHNSTOWN SUPPLY
HOUSE,
Johnstown, Pa.
Lincoln Building.
Are The One to Suffer
by the “penny-wise poundfool-
ish” policy of mixing your own
paints. Buy Lawrence Ready
Mixed Paint—prepared from
the best pigment and the purest
linseed oil—with scientific accu-
racy. Guaranteed by the maker.
Bushy, Lawrence
Ready
Mixed
PAINT
SIT
READY MIXED
Pics SC ior
Lee
RE
Sold by
Binder & Starrett,
Patton, Pa.
DR: 'R TW. BHILEY,
Dentist!
Room 16, Good Building.
Office Hours—8 to 12 a. m.,,1to5p.,, m.6to8
p. m. LOCAL PHONE.
F. R. ME L LO N,
Dentist.
Office in Gaod Building, formerly
| occupied by H. A. Seitz.
Office hours:—8 a. m. to 12 m.
1 p. m. to 5:30 p. m,
7p. m, to8 p.m.
Reuel Somerville,
Attorney-at-Law,
PATTON, PA.
Office in the Good Brilgies
NO OTICE.
In re first and final ac-)
count of W. H. Sond:
ford, Assignee of H.
Leiden and John B +
Leiden, as individuals,
and as partners, trad-
In the Court of Com-
mon Pleas
of Cambria County.
Having been appointed an Auditor to re-
port a distribution of the fund in the hands of
said accountant, notice is hereby given that I
will sit for the purpose of id appointment at
the office of Reuel Somerville, Esq. Patton, Pa,
ons Wednesday, the
0:3
1st day of August, 1906, at
a. m., where and when all persons infer-
ih may appear or be forever debarred from
coming in on said fund.
F. J. HARTMAN,
Ebensburg, Pa., June 25, 1906.
Audltor.
Old papers for sale at this office for
bc a bundle.
THE PATTON COURIER, JOLY 3
78; Mitchells
(Pennsylvania Division)
Beech Creek District.
Condensed Time Table,
Read u Read down
Exp N ail Inetlect Jane 17,06 Kap
Noi? Noid Now
pm pm wm
920 150ar Patton Tv 16 10 $2 40
Doe 129 Westover Gas 500
70lar A roadin su
) Mahaffey Iv 700 B27
Kerrmoor
Gazzam
crrmoor
1 2 Millport
745 Olanta
Clearfield
Woodland
Wallaceton
Morrisdale Mines
Munson
Philipsburg
605
52 1000 1vy
625 1070 0 ary
600 10 24 ar Munson
555 10 19 Winburne
582 959 Peale
5 Gillintown
Snow Shoe
Beech Creek
Mill Hall
Lock Haven
10 04
10 09
513
504 9381
113 841
101 829
3h 822
336 800 Avis 3
326 702 Jersey Shore 5
$250 17 20 1v Williamsport ar1220 910
pm am pm pm
pm 2 LH Phila & Reading RR im pm
Iv $12 29%11 30
ar 730 650
230 650ar Williamsport
Philadelphia
am pm , pm am
100 Iv. NY via Tamaqua ar 1040
430 9001v N Y via Phila ar 1010 1902
am pm pm am
*Daily, {Week days. #7 p m Sunday. {1100
am Sunday
Connections—At Willig Rmspon with Phila-
delphia and Reading Rail y Shore
with the Fall Brook Distr
with Central Railroad of
Philipsburg | with Pennsylv:
NY and P C RR; at Clearfield with the Buf-
falo, Rochester and Pittsburg railway; at Ma-
haffey and Patton with Cambria and Clearfield
a railroad and
di on of the Pennsyvania railroad; at Ma-
hafle vith the Pennsylvania and North-
western railway.
J. F. Fairlamb, +H. Normrup,
Gen’l Pass. Agt., Gen. Agent,
New York, Williamsport, Pa.
Summer
iS
Here
And so are we
with a full line of
Hammocks, Refriger-
ators, Lawn Mowers,
Ice Cream Freezers,
Screen Doors and
Windows, Horse Cov-
ers, Etc.
Also a full line of Hard-
ware, The most complete
stock in Northern Cambria
County.
Binder &
Starrett,
“Everything in Hardware,”
PATTON, PA.
CHAS. P. WELTY,
Sanitary Plumbing
and Heating.
I have opened a Plumbing
Establishment in Patton and
am prepared to do all work in
my line expeditiously and
well.
Estimates Cheerfully
Furnished.
If in need of anything in
my line, give me a call at
shop in room next to North
Star Steam Laundry, Kerr
building, Fifth Ave.
T. H. WIRTNER,
Modern
Photographer,
PATTON,
Children’s Photographs a Specialty.
Picture Framing and Enlarging in
Crayon, Pastel and Water Colors.
Duplicates can be had of any pictures
taken by my predecessors, Messrs.
Perell, Harris and Kennedy.
T. R.MORRISON
Dentist,
PATTON, PA.
Northern Cambria Street Railway Company
Schedule of Cars.
RUNNING ON A THIRTY-MINUTE HEADWAY,
First enrleaves power house tor Barneshoro nt... #08 0m,
Secondear leaves power house for Barnesboro at.
St, Benedict + "w “
Third "
The “Third Car’ makes connections with P,
First ear leseves Barnesboro for Patton at bilo
e1hH pom,
thereafter until 10:50 p, wi,
nection on this trip,
The 11:00 p. m,
10:30 pm.
until 10:50 p, m.,
again at 11:00 p,m, for the power house ONLY,
First ear Vietor No. 9 to Barneshoro at.....501 a
second ear Victor No, 9 to Barnesboro at...5
First car Brandon Hotel, Spangler,
NS. 4th street to Barnesboro * 5056
Second car " 8 3 “a8
First " iy " * Patton
Victor No, 9 “
power house * xe
Foxberg “" “
St. Bénediet © «
Carr’lt'n Jet ¢ "
X Roads “ “
" “ Asheroft 3 “
* * Columbia * '
i i '" “ Barnesboro
Ly “ Asheroft " “
i * X Roads “ “
“ ¢ Carr’lt'n Jet * i
“ “St. Benedict “ “
" “ Foxberg " “
of “ power house * 8
First car leaving Barnesboro at 5
Baggage and packages carried on all cars,
Special cars can be arranged for.
The 10:45 and 11:15 p. m, cars to power house and St, He
First car leaves Patton for Barnesboro and Carrolltown at 6:40 a, m,
ear to power house
I'irst car leaves power house at 5:00 a, m, for
Branch and connects with all Main Line ears at Carrolltown Junction,
First car leaves Carrolitown for Patton at 5:80 a. mi, and every
First ear leaves Carrolltown for Barnesboro at 6:00 a, m.
The 10:30 p. m. ear will be the last scheduled ear for
receive passengers from Main Line cars at the Junction at 10:4{ p. m, when they willl eave
. mm. will connect with the N, Y. (
eaving Patton at 6:10 a, m. for Mahafley, Clearfield, Philipsburg and Williamsport.
AON w
Rl
R, R. train at Sp angler for Crosson,
a, mand every S90 minutes thereafter until
nediet ONLY,
and every 50 minutes
ONLY. No Carrolltown cons
Carrolitown, This ear then remains on the
850 minutes thereafter until
and every 20 minutes thereafter
Carrolltown unless they
TIME OF CARS AT STATION POINTS ON MAIN LINE,
27 a m and every 80 mins, thereafter until 10 57 p me
» " " “ 1300 *
1023
HIB
at 5 . " “1a
1032 »
1033
1084 +
04 “
1016 ¢
C. & H. R. R, R. train
J. L. MeNELIS, Supt.
TRY IT!
Bell
PHONES: | Pel
Now on the [larket
PATTON BEER
Warranted absolutely pure ard free from
all deleteriolis subsiances.
TRY IT!
FOR SALE AT ALL THE LEADING BARS IN THE COUNTY.
PATTON BEER 1S UNION MADE.
THE PATTON BREWING CO.
PATTON, PA.
AUDITORS" STATEMENT.
Financial statement of Patton Bor-
ough School District for the year end-
ing June, 1906.
Total number of schools 16
Number of months taug
Number of teachers, male
Number of teachers, fema
Average salaries per month,
Average salaries per month, fema
Number of scholars in atte: ndance
Average percentage of attendance
Cost of each pupil per month..
TAX AND RATE PER CENT,
Number of mills levied, for_
school 10, amt
Number of mills levied,
building 8, amt
$ 6, 610 00
Totalk......... ores
RECEIPTS.
Balance on hand last
audit... os
From Sate oes
“ Tax Collec-
tor, Dup. 1903.. 1 56
From Tax A. 8
tor, Dup. 1904..
From Tax Collec
577 34
tor, Dup. 1905. 9,48 45 1,527 35
From fines, Jas.
Mellon, Esq... § 300
From fines, Geo.
Boone, Esq..... 700 10 00
From W. J. Donnelly, Bur-
FOSS. 1 us arnrenrss basse seers 2 25
From rent of Club Hous: 390 00
¢ Tuition... 4 15 00 |
5 xonerations “atiow- |
Csr rasinmessansivins sinners 441 04 $14,512 56
DISBURSEMENTS,
For Teachers Salarie
« Attending Institute
+ Supplies....
“ Text Book
¢ Furniture and
é Treasurer's
sion.
¢ Secretary’s
“ Light and We
« Interest and Debt .
+ Printing and Station-
ery ve 49 75
¢ Forcing Compulsory
school Law 16 93
+t Rent for Club Hou 210 00
“ Outste andmg
aid i : 6 25
« Bxonerati 441 04
“ Sundries... 94 02
¢“ Balance or |
Treasury....... 110 59 $14,512 56
ASSETS.
Due from Tax Duplicate,
1905 a
.§ 1,076 04
Furniture and
“Club House” 345 30
Balance on hand,
TIEY oeeeissrnssnasaansesast 110 59
State appropriation
mated) 2,700 00 $ 4,232 93
LIABILITIES,
Outstanding orders...
Bonds at ontstanding .. $24,005 65
819,762 72
Liabilities in excess of assets...
.. $40,000 00
Value of School Property
Receipts from Club HOUSE... vvurirnnenennnd 390 00
Expenses of Club Hous |
Rent paid. 210 00 i
Fuel. 24 50
Wate 15 00
Light 44 00 § 293 5
Reoeiply | in in
tures.. vases
excess of
We have examined the foregoing
statement and find it true and correct.
H. E. BARTON,
H. A. LEIDEN,
Auditors.
Girl Wanted.
Must be good cook. No washing or
Outfielders’ Gloves
KINKEAD'S
ironing. Will pay good wages.
Mgs. E. C. BRowN, Patton, Pa. |
Lucas
Paint
(Tinted Gloss)
looks better and
wears longer than
other paint be-
cause we use pure
materials, finely
ground and well
mixed; because we
have modern facilities,
and our sixty years
knowledge and experi-
ence in making paint
has put us in the posi-
tion of experts. The
paint must be
right.
Ask your
dealer.
% Jolin Lucas & Co
Sixty years
of paint-making
Philadelphia
New York Chicago
For Sale bv Binder &
Starrett, Patton,
BAT and BALL
are popular this year. Base Ball has
taken a new hold. In fact, all sports
promise to be followed by an increased
number of people this year.
Jome and see nus. We have a line of
Base Ball Goods at the following prices:
Bats - - - - 50¢ to $1.25
Base Balls - - - 5c to 1.26
Catcher’s Mitts - - 25¢ to- 2.50
Basemen’s Mitts . - 50c to 2.00
25¢ to 2.60
STATIONERY
STORE.
Watt
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visiting in
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visiting in
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atives anc
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and child
Mr. al
visiting ir
—Mrs. |
visiting a
face.
—Mrs. }
atives in |
N.Y.
—Rev.
visiting |
Greninge
—John
tended th
last Frida
—Mr. a
children,
atives in
—Mr. a
oldsville,
town this
—The |
Barnesbo
$1,600 to |
—Mr. a
tended a
Saturday
—John
a pipe pi!
week and
—Dr. B
family in
gonage Ol
—Tom
the Punx
its best p
day.
—The ]
way con
fares on
bad consi
—Editc
boro, wh
few and {
was in to
— Willi
secretary
Workers
urday on
—Mac
Co. store
Troy, Pa
of the se:
—The
pany has
ital of $4
John W.
Carrollto
of Johns
—It is
is drunk
to sing, 4
lishman f
Irishman
make a 8
—Orde
Pennsyl
lines east
effect th:
equipped
received
—John
was in |
mick is
towns ©
Johnstoy
tee that |
—Miss
has been
mar schc
Callahan
charge c
will rece
months’
—Mrs.
Irish, Mi
Van Dar
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Mrs. C.
burg, we
WwW. H. S:
—Reut
undergo
Sanitarit
recovere
home at
Saturda)
a sourc
friends. -
—The
will be
July 30,
sheriff, d
missione
Patton is
from eac
held the
—The
Dr. Dixc
every 8
the effe
must be
pecially
the sup
that tho
be vacc
during
they ma
school 0