The Patton courier. (Patton, Cambria Co., Pa.) 1893-1936, August 03, 1906, Image 5

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‘their own poll tax. The purchase of
INTERESTING INDENTATIONS.
—-Miss Anna Moore, of Johnstown,
is visiting relatives in town,
--0. F. Wolf, the druggist, was rusti-
cating at Conneaut Lake last week.
~John Mahaffey, of Cherrytree, was
renewing acquaintances in town Sun-
day.
— Miss Nettie Wallace, of Johnstown,
is here on a visit with relatives and
friends.
—-B. Kusner has a change of adver-
tisement in this issue that is well worth |
reading.
--Harry Blair, of Ebensburg, with a
party of friends was here on an auto- |
mobile trip Sunday.
—The state department of agricul- |
ture says this will be a banuer year for |
all Pennsylvania crops. |
— Mp, and Mrs. W. H. Denlinger are |
spending a few weeks at Sulpher {
Springs, Bedford county.
~Englebert Young, who is engaged
in the soft drink business at Clymer, |
was in town over Sunday.
—J. P. Airhart, of this place, has
purchased the old Burke farm near
Chest Springs for the sum of §6,000.
—Joseph Hubbard, who is in charge
of extensive building operations. ab
Gallitzin, was in town over Sunday.
— Wednesday was the first day all of
the Patton mines were not running
since the strike and then but two were
idle. |
—The last political convention has
been held in Cambria county. Here-
after uniform primaries will take their
place.
Mrs. J. J. Donnelly and children,
who have been visiting in the eastern
part of the state for some time past,
returned home Friday.
—The Huntingdon & Clearfield Tele-
phone company have a force of men at |
a |
work putting in a new line between
Cresson and Ebensburg.
—(C. A. Repsher is in Atlantic City
attending the seventh Grand Council
of the Young Men’s Institute, as the
representative of the local council.
— Thomas J. Itell received the Demo-
cratic nomination for member of as-
gembly from the Johnstown district at
the convention held Monday evening.
Patton will be crowded next Wed-
nesday on the occasion of the annual
Cambria county grangers’ picnic, It
will be the best attended of any ever
held,
—The Ebensburg council has passed
over the veto of Burgess Waters the
ordinance providing for a bond issue
go that the town may secure a better
supply of water.
— Blake, the Billtown center fielder’s
real name is Sheehan. His home is in
Patton,—Johnstown Democrat. Yes,
and he is certainly making a record
this yean but then we raise ball play-
ers here and not tail enders.
— Dave Perel], the well known New
York photographer and one of the
best in the business, has returned to
Patton and formed a co-partnership
with T. H. Wirtner. The firm will be
known as Wirtner & Perell.
— Under the terms of the new ‘Cor-
rupt Practices Act,’’ voters must pay
poll tax receipts by candidates, politi-
cal committees, ete., is a violation ot
the law, and subject to a heavy penalty.
—A petition is in circulation asking
the court to appoint J. J. Donnelly
as chief burgess of Patton to succeed
the late W. J. Donnelly. ‘He is emi-
nently qualified for the ‘position and
will probably receive the appointment.
An excellent opportunity to buy
standard grades of flour at an excep-
tionally low price is detailed in the
new advertisement of ‘the Patton Feed
Mill in this issue. ~At‘the prices quoted
the main ingredient of the ‘‘staff of
life’” ought to go ‘like the proverbial
hot cakes. *
— The annnal “two-days’ picnic for
benefit of the Patton base ball club will
be held at the Firemen’s Park Tuesday
and Wednesday, August 14 and 15. A
pumber of “new amusements and at-
tractions have been secured and the
indications'are that it will be the best
ever held ‘in this vicinity. Music for
dancing will be furnished by the En-
core orchestra.
John Kassay, of Bakerton, is
lodged in jail at Ebensburg on a charge
of surety of the peace preferred against
him by his daughter. He was arrested
at his home last week by the Carroll-
town constable after a hard effort,
Kassay’s wife interfering in behalf of
her husband. Kassay also threatened
to shoot the officer. The prisoner has
figured in many squabbles throughout
the county and has a reputation as a
bad man.
__R. 8. Westbrook, the Altoona ice
cream dealer, who a few Sundays ago
evaded the old blue laws by giving 40
gallons of ice cream away to the pub-
lic, Wednesday morning issued an
order to his customers instructing
them to procure a prescription from a
physician for ice cream and he would
gell the product next Sunday ing defi-
ance of the city officials and the minis-
ters of the city, who are enforcing the
‘away half of both gallens and labor on
| will goon be in need of paint, come in
| board and all persons are warned not
CLIPPED AND CONTRIBUTED,
It always makes a man feel small to
realize that he has heen taken in,
The man who feels that he is a law
unto himself is apt to respect no others.
Some men are so fond of sympathy
that they actwally glory in being the
under dog.
Ice cream by the dish, quart or gal-
lon, also ice cream soda water at the
City restaurant.
The trouble with the fellow who
knows it all is that he insists upon us
knowing it, too.
It sometimes happens that the
woman who marries for money can’t
even get alimony.
The biggest liar in the world is the
fellow who tells you what he would do
if he were in your place.
No soap bubbles oun Duquesn¢ beer,
The ‘collar’ is pure cream. , Ask for
it at the bars and get the best.
If you want the best call for Du-
Not a headache in a car-
Cool, sparkling and re-
quesne Beer.
load of it.
freshing.
Backache before and during the
menstrnal period promptly relieved by
Wood’s Kidney and Backache pills.
Price 50 cents a box at Wolf’s Pharm-
acy.
Building a reputation is a good bit
like building anything else, You gen-
erally have to tear down your old one
and make room for the new.
Why suffer from backache or kidney
trouble when one box of Wood’s Kid-
ney and Backache pills gives relief and
two or three boxes positively cure.
Price 50 cents a box at Wolf’s Pharm-
acy.
When in Barnesboro try the City
Cafe for meals, lunch, ice cream and
refreshments. Tt is the best place of
its kind in this section, a very desir-
able place for ladies as well as gentle-
men. 7th door north of Corner drug
store. Both ’phones.
Write or phone the Chas. G. Fagan
Wall Paper and Paint Co. for high
grade wall paper and paint of all kinds.
Decorating, papering and painting by
experienced workmen under our per-
gonal supervision of many years exper-
ience, which is quite essential in doing
good work. Rooms papered and dec-
orated from 35.00 to $50.00 according to
grade of work. Both ’phones.
Letter to Wm. C. Hubbard,
Patton, Pa.
Dear Sir: Our agent ought to sell
nine-tenths of the paint of his town
and region; no use to try for the other
tenth. The proportion of men, who
won’t'take good advice, and use the
least-gallons paint, is about one in ten
among even owners of houses and
stores and shops and barnes and fences,
One man in ten will buy a gold brick
or green goods, if he has the money’
and gets a good chance.
Devoe at $1.75 a gallon is better than
gold; adulterated and short-measure
paints are green goods and gold bricks.
Devoe saves half, more or less, of the
wages ‘of painting; it is all paint; full
strength and full measure. There is |
no other such paint within ten per
cen. Ten per cent of labor and paint
is worth saving; and ten is the least.
here are scores of paints that throw
whiting, china-clay, ground stone, bar-
ytes, benzine, water-—all they are good
for is to make gallone of nothing and
look like paint in the can; more gallons
to buy and more gallons to pay for
putting on—gold bricks and green
goods. Here’ s how they work.
Judge I. D. Fairchild owns two
houses exactly alike in Lufkin, Texes.
J. H. Torrence painted both houses;
one Devoe, 15} gallons; the other with
another paint sold at same price, 25
gallons. That 25 gallon paint is weak
and 15 per cent whiting; that’s why it
took 9} gallons more.
Yours truly,
F. W. Devoe & Co.
P. S. Binder & Starrett sell our paint.
Get the Best Always.
It’s the same with paint as with any-
thing else. Italways pays to get the
best. The trouble is to know what is
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
and let us talk it over with you.
BINDER & STARRETT.
7 NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
Kesia K. Noel, has left my bed and
to harbor or sell her goods on my |
name, as I will not be responsible for
same. JosePH C. NOEL.
Clearfield Twp., July 26, 1906.
Dancing.
Miss Hancher’s summer dances: Ju-
venile class 2 p. m. each Thursday at |
Miner's Hall. Evening classes, begin- |
ners eight to nine, advanced social,
nine to twelve.
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-
cated for good work.
Sunday law.
(Tinted Gloss)
8 is thoroughly mixed by
# modern machinery in
exact proportions.
Every particle is thor-
8 oughly incorporated in
the mixture, This can
§ not possibly be done by
wand. Colors are al-
ways uniform; so is the
&§ paint.
HN Ask your dealer.
John Lucas & Co
Sixty years of paint-making
New York Philadelphia Chicago
For Sale by Binder &
Starrett, Patton, Pa.
0
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THE piece of Silver-
which you
on Christmas
wiil its lustre and
turn to 2 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
SILVER (REAM,
the finest silver polish
25c at
ware
received
lose
made.
TOZER'S,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ko-
dacks and Supplies.
NEW BlG
LINE OF WALL
PAPER JUST
RECEIVED.
AM ‘the latest patterns
and designs and at the mini-
mum of price.
Picture frames, room mould-
ing, ete.
JOS. FLICK,
Paifon, Pa.
Home Killed Meat
No embalmed business in
ours. We deal strictly in
meat killed at our slaughter
house. Everything in season.
Little Bros.,
Butchers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Fresh and Smoked Meats.
PATTON, PA.
I
Parnell, Cowher & Co
—Agents for—
FIRE, LIFE AND WSURANCE
ACCIDENT I} J i
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Goed Bnilding, Patton, Pa.—'Phone No, 9.
Violin, Mandolin, Gui-
tar and Banjo
TAUGHT,
WM. M. SIMPSON,
Fifth Avenue, 2PATTON, PA,
Opposite M, E. Churh.
Read your own COURIER.
JTRS STITENENT.
| ough School District for the year end-
| ing June, 10086,
| Total number of schools...
Number of months taught
Number of teachers, male,
Number of teachers, female
Average salaries por month, male
Average salaries per month, fema
Number of scholars in attendance
Average percentage of attendance
Cost of eaeh pupil per month
MAX AND RATE PER CENT,
! Number of mills levied, for
school 10, amt. en
Number of mills levied, for
building 8, amt
£6,610 00
5,201 00
Total...
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11,901 00
RECEIPTS,
Balance on hand at last
audit aan win «3 526 08
From state Appropriation, 2,570 84
“ Tax Collee-
tor, Dup, 1903, 8 1 56
From Tax Gollee-
tor, Dup. 1901. 7 MH
From Tax Collee-
tor, Dap. 1805 OM8 45 1,627 3
From fines 8
Mellon, $ 300
‘rom fines
Boone, Ksq..... 700 10 00
‘rom W. J. Donnelly,
| From rent of Club House 200 00
yi RE 15 00
Exonerations allow-
ed... eehehuenuE Fran
141 04 $14,512 56
| DISBURSEMENTS,
* Supplie
“ Text Books.
“ Furniture
Po. 230 65
121 16
ie 531 15
B®: 783 00
Ra 66 00
a 6 00
| ow
i 2713 74
| 150 00
$ ter 128 52
“ Interest and Debt........ 1,925 00
| “ Printing and Station-
{ 'y 19 75
| School Law.... 16 93
¢ Rent for Club House. 210 00
| “ Outstanding Orders
| aid. G25
¢ Exoner . 141 04
|“ Sundrie 94 02
|
Treasury....
110 59 $14,512 56 |
|
| ASSETS,
| Due from Tax Dupli
ar
y
8 1,076 04
| “Club House’. 346 30
{ Balance on hand
EY cio ini
| State approp
mated)... cociinennnen
110 59
Outstanding orders..
| Bonds at outstandin $24,005 65
....519,762 72
210 00
ie 24 50
Wate
V & . 15 00
Light......ciiiiieisiiis shane 400 8 293 50
Receipts i of expendi
tures. ; erin 06 BO
We have examined the foregoing
statement and find it true and correct.
H. E. BARTON,
H. A. LEIDEN,
Auditors.
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, [he 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
building, Fifth Ave.
or two makes, but a dozen.
Star Steam Laundry, Kerri
| WANT TO INFORM
THE PEOPLE
J of Patton and vicinity that I carry in stock at all
times the best line of Flour that money can buy. Not one
I am selling thi Flour at re-
duced prices. We will offer for
TWENTY DAYS
Commencing Monday, August
5, 1900,
GOLDEN HORN FLOUR, made from select hard spring
wheat (there is no better flour made) at
$4.60 Per Bb.
There is a reduction of $1.00 per bbl.
Our mill is run by electricity. ‘Therefore we are ready
at all times to do your mill work
While Your'e Waiting.
We make all our feed and comply with the Pure Food
Law enacted April 25, 1905, which compels all manufactur-
ers and retailers to stamp or tag every sack the guaranteed
analysis and number of lbs. it contains.
We buy our grain in car load lots and can sell you feed
at a saving of 25 per cent.
PATTON FEED MILL,
F. E. FARABAUGH, Prop.
of Women’s, Misses’ and Children’s trim-
AT THE
ON MILLINERY STORE,
Patton, Pa-
med and untrimmed hats is a money saving
opportunity to all. The remainder of this
season's styles will be sold at less than cost
of material.
Pennsylvania Railroad
SIXTEEN-DAY EXCURSIONS
TO
Atlantic City, Cape May,
Anglesea, Wildwood, Holly Beach, Ocean City,
Sea Isle City, Avolin, New Jersey,
Rehoboth, Del, Ocean City, Md.
dune 21, duly 5 and 19, August 2, 16 and 30, 1306.
Train leaves Patton at 6:50 A. M., connecting with Special Train of Parlor
Oars and Coaches Leaving Pittsburg at 8:55 A. M.
$9 Round Trip. $11 Round Trip.
Tickets good only in coaches. Tickets good only in Parlor and Sleeping Cars
in connection with proper Pullman Tickets.
PROPORTIONATE RATES FROM OTHER STATIONS.
Tickets good for passage on Special Train and its connections or on trains leaving Pittsburg at
4:55 P. M. and 8:50 P. M., and their connections, Stops will be made by Speeial Train for
meals or dining car service will be provided.
For stop-over privileges and full information consult nearest Ticket Agent.
WwW. W. ATTERBURY, J. R. WOOD, GEO. W. BOYD,
General Manager, Pasernger Traffic Manager. General Passenger Agent,
Now on the arket
..PATTON BEER...
Warranted absolutely pure ard free from
all deleterious subsfancss.
TRY IT! TRY IT!
FOR SALE AT ALL THE LEADING BARS IN THE COUNTY.
PATTON BEER IS UNION MADE,
.
THE PATTON BREWING CO,
PATTON, PA.
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PHONES:
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| Reuel Somerville,
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DR: H. W. BHILEY,
Denfist!
Room 16, Good Building.
Attorney-at-Law,
PATTON, PA.
| Office in the Good Building. ; Dae Hours—S8 to 12 a. BL 8
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