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Miss Ella Holly and W. C. MtKio
are on the nick lint.
H. U. I.nnhli-y and Silas Holly will
go to ('iimln'rliind this week.
W. K. Stino sppnt Saturday and
Sunday nt his hotnr in Kinniuvlllp.
John Dintfloy, of H uncock, was Urn
jruost of Silas Holly last Saturday.
Mrs. Wm. L. Mc.KiMiin and daugh
ters Jessie and Clara, of North Dako
ta, arc visiting relatives In this com
munity. Ir. .Tamos McICihhin and family, of
Mi-m-rsburj?, have just had u pleas
ant visit to the Doctor's old homo in
Mrs. Darbara Fisher, who had been
spending three weeks with her daugh
ter, Mrs. John Spade, of Sipes Mills,
returned home Wednesday.
While harrowing w ith u spike har
row last week, Anthony Lynch, In
Monie way became entangled with the
implement, and the result wus a badly
Mr. Clarence Stoner, of Clearfield
county, but formerly of lirush Creek,
was circulating in our midst last week.
Clarence is well known and all like to
Among those who attended tin; Hod
ford Fair were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Akers, Mr. H. Smith and Miss Klla
Wink, and Mrs. C. W. Akers and
Mr. ObodT. Mellott made a busi
ness trip to the Valley lust week.
Messrs. H. M. Mellott & Sons have
been sawing shingles for the past few
days on lund of C II Akers.
Frank Thomas, accompanied by his
wife und family, visited his sister-in-law,
Mrs Mary Akers, lust Sunday.
llev W W Heese, of Huys Hill, vis
ited Mr M M Hurton lust week .
Messrs O A Duvall, CJ I Covalt, and
C II Akers attended the local institute
at Kmmavillo last Friday evening
K N Akers the buggy dealer, und S
L Wink, of Sipes Mills, were promi
nent figures in the Valley, Sunday
Mr. (leoige Mcllott's youngest child
has sourlct fcvVr.
Spelling school nt Needmore this
Mrs. Joe Funk died last Sunday
about 11 o'clock a. m.
Mr. D. C. Hart attended uu Institute
at Kmmuville Friday evening.
Mr. Tommie (iarland and wife at
tended preaching on the H'ulge Sun
day. Miss Minnie Mellott passed through
town on her way to Mount Airy school
Messrs. F.munucl Sharpe nnd Milton
Hill had wells drilled on their prom
ises last week.
Miss 1 hod u Lake spent one night
last Week with the family of her uncle
Quito a number of our people at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Thompson
I'eck at Tonoloway last Tuesday.
Miss Est a Hart and her brother
Floyd spent Saturday afternoon utlhe
home of their grand parents, Mr. und
Mrs. T. U. 1 'aimer.
J. C. Mellott, wife and mother and
Jacob (iarland, wife, und daughter,
sturted last Thursday to Springfield to
attend the Baptist Association.
.Messrs. Frank Hurt and Ahlmunz
Uunyun spent last Thursday night
with Thompson l'eek who is lying very
ill with typhoid fever ut Park Palmer's
in Pigeon Cove.
During the recess period of the
Needmore school last Friday afternoon
Queen Lake one of the pupils, a
daughter of William H. Lake, while
at pluy wlith her companions in the
road was run down by a bicycle rider,
sustaining a painful injury of one
knee. Dr. Swurtzwelder wus culled
and rendered necessary assistance.
RURNT OA WINS.
These Items were Intended for last
week's issue, but reached us too lute.
Isaac Waters lost a line horse Tues
(Jeorge Doran is the busiest man in
J. C. Mcflowun is a juror thU week
In your town.
The Methodist preacher's mother,
had been real 111 for several days but
Is now much improved.
Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Koose and Un
cle Jake Miller spent Tuesday in Me
Messrs. Doyle & Shinier, MeCon
nellsburg painters, have just linished
I Samuel Koeso'snew barn. It looks all
Miss Etta Polk, the teacher of our
town School, spent Saturday and Sun.
day at her home in Knobsvllle.
(irundmu Hoof, of Chunibersburg,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Flunk
Oliver, at ttie lower end of town.
Judging from the gun shot reports
in the near-by wood, some one is vio
lating the game luw. This ought not
On Subbuth morning the mortal re
mains of Mrs. Itettie Long wus laid to
rest in our cemetery on the hill, by the
side of her husband. Mrs. Long was
formerly a resident of this place. At
the time of her death she wus residing
with relatives near Tyrone, l'a.
Misses Marllla Houck and Hertha
Allowuy spent a part of last week with
friends at Woodvale.
Frank Hluck of Saltillo, was the
guest of his uncle, John Thomas, a
part of last week. Frank has been a
very sick boy for a while. Ho looks
Dr. H. H. Campbell and J. A. Mc
Donough siient last Tuesday in Hunt
ingdon on business. They report the
City coming to the front.
F. C. McClain left New Grenada
last Tuesday. He purposes taking up
his abode in the Quuker City.
Dr. C. A. U. McCluin and wife, of
Cussville, uttended the funeral of Mrs.
Stunkard last week. They also spent
purt of a day among friends here.
Will Hunter, who is teaching In
Huntingdon county, wus jollying
among us Tuesday night of last week.
N. II. Alloway spent lust Friday in
our town. Newt has been working in
the mines at Woodvulo for quito a
Mrs. H. II. Hridenstino und Mrs. II.
C. MeClean spent lust Sunday in Cass
ville. They tell a doleful story of
their home how they got lost a few
times and drove and drove, and drove.
Miss Honta McCoy gave a flower
social last Tuesday night. Quite a
iiuuiImt of our young folks attended,
and they report a real good time. But
the flower ''it'' didn't bloom.
Uncle Hilly Allowuy hus finished
planting the stones in the foundation
for Plummer's burn. Hani llider is
constructing the. wood work. Some
day soon wo will get a cull to help ut
O, Clee! Did you sec that racer that
Dr. Campbell got? Why it fairly
makes your heud swim to rlilo behind
it, und t i ride it is something awful.
Dr., put it on the ruco track, it la sure
to be a winner.
Mrs. Mary A. Valance, wife of
William A. Valance, died Friday ev
ening, of cancer of the breast, aged
years, and a few months. She was a
faithful member of the M. E. church
and wus fully prepared for that home
prepared for her. The remains were
followed by sixty-two vehicles to the
M. E. cemetery ut Green Hill, Sunday
morning, where a large number of
friends and neighbors uwnited their
arrival. Her. pastor, Kev. Hughes,
preached a very appropriate, sermon.
She is survived by her husband, und
a large family of grown children.
George Pet, wife and little son, of
Curwensville, who hud been visiting
Mrs. Bet.'s father, John G. Metzlor,
and other friends the past two weeks,
left Tuesday for Chunibersburg, where
they will reside in the future,.
T. Irwin Sipes, who has been suffer
ing from un uttack of malarial fever,
is able to be out again.
Marvin Brown, wife und little child,
of Everett, spent Sunday, with Mr.
Brown's sister, Mrs. H. II. Minick, of
Mrs. Spoor, is on tho sick list.
Virgil Sipes of McConnellsburg,wus
in this vicinity Sunday.
Our Store Is tho Place to Go.
Y? carry twice the stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING we
had three months ago, and we are going to sell
twice as much. Our lare stock and low prices will
do it easily. This is not only talk but a business truth
and we can convince all who come.
JJ have more piece WOOLENS than you will find in
the entire county, and we can make you, WE
KNOW, the best fitting and the cheapest
to be found anywhere.
A. U. NACE & SONS.
SIPES MILL. .
Miss Ada E. Hill wus the guest of
Miss Blanche Mellott last Sunday.
Some of the people were not up with
their work und let the frost catch the
George It. M org ret wus up along the
creek Saturday evening looking for
There will be a teachers' local insti
tute at Jacob Lake's school house on
Friday evening, .October 1.1.
Mr. II. II. Peshong und daughters
Anna and Hosa were at the county
neat Monday. Ilcnrvsuys, '"The Burg
fellers wont cut sweet-tutors."
Mrs. Dennis Hurt und daughter
Glcnna returned to their home in Hart
ford City lust week. Mr. Hart will re
main In Fulton county with friends for
Mrs. Sampson J. Mellott, of neur
this place, is lying critically ill with
dropsy of tho heart. She was not
conllned to her bed until u week ago.
We hope of her speedy recovery.
G. B. Mellott spent Saturday last
with h'is parents neur Sipes Mills.
Harry Hurr and wife spent Sunday
night with friends in Thoinustown.
. John Ott and his estimable, wife
spent October Hth with his mother,
Mrs. Mary Ott.
There will be a local Institute, at
Back Kun on tho evening of October
2(1. All who uio lntorcsud in educa
tional work and its results are cor
CX'tobor 2. Farmers are busy seed
The llrst frost to do any damage
cume last Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Wink visited
the family of Isaac Soudcrs last Sun
day. Mrs. John M. 1'ittmun visited friends
in I'igeon Cove last week.
Bradford Mason, of Hancock, made
a business trip out to the Hidgo last
Miss Etta Lashley wus thn guest of
Lemuel Shaw's family lust Sunday.
H. B. Hill und Miss Nora Shaw at
tended preucliiug ut Ouklcy lust Sun
There was u debute at West View
school last Friday evening. The ques
tion was, '"Bcsolvod, That the fear of
punishment lias a greater influence on
human conduct than the hope of re
ward." Notwithstanding the early
date in the season, and the very dark
evening, a large number of persons
We ure ull sorry to learn of the
doatli of Mrs. Thompson I'eck. She
had boon lingering for some time with
typhoid fever and her death was not
Octolior 0. Tho rain last Sunday
cume very good in this vicinity, fur
some reuson the southern portion of
Thompson township hus been very dry
since harvest till lust Sunday.
Miss Hose Shivos spent lust week
with her sister, Mrs. Weaver.
Missus May Mason und Fanny Lush
ley, of Huncock, visited Mr. Benjamin
Hollensliead last Wednesday.
Miss Precious 'enroll, daughter of
Hov. W. C. Correll, of Kentucky, is
visiting her uncle, Jumes M. Luke.
Miss Louie Barney, of Cleurville,
Bedford County, who has boon visiting
friends In Virginia, is spending a few
days with her uncle, John M. 1'ittmun.
Mrs. Charley Soudcrs, of Hancock,
spent purt of last week with her father-in-law,
Jacob Souders of I'lum Hun.
Hev. A. H. Garland und family, of
1'urcoll, Bedford county, visited at
the homo of Mr. Isaac Culler's last
Friday. They Intended to visit other
relatives in northern part of township,
also In Mc.Connellshurg.
Wffllo Mr. and Mrs. John Eader
were going homo from Mr. Nycum's
last Sunday evening, they hud the mis
fortune to meet some vicious looking
wild anlmul. Mr. Eader thinks it was
a wildcat or a wolf. We ure all glad
to learn that it did them no further
hurm than to produce a lively scare,
us wo ull might Imagine.
1'rcacliing is still in progress at Ho
Goldsmith the Tailor.
How much wiser we would be if we
didn't let people see that we knew they
BltCHAKKll & Co., have just com
pleted a commodious photograph gal
lery in town, und ure now prepared to
do llrst class work In every branch of
the art at reasonable priced. They
guuruutee perfect sutlsfaction.
Ludies' coats altered, or anything in
the line of tailoring neatly done by
Goldsmith The Tailor
The man who thinks life isn't worth
living is the first to send for the doc
tor when he feels sick.
The odor of tar bulls on the clear
frosty uir tells us thut winter garments
are making their annual debut.
The frosts have turned the leuves to
brown, yellow und crimson, which,
mingled with the green make u rarely
All kinds of stoves ut W. H. Nos
bit's. Cull, examine them, and got
prices before you buy.
When a man boasts thut he would
ruther tight than eut, you can gener
ally depend upon It that ho would rath
er talk than do either.
It is with nurrow-souled people as
with narrow-necked bottles tho less
they have in them, the more noise they
muke In pouring it out.
The man who hasn't the morul cour
age to say "no" on some important
occasions, manages to eopo with tho
situation when his wifo usks him for
It is one of the sad conditions of life
that experience is not trunsniissible.
No man will learn from the sufferings
of unother; he must sutler himself.
Did you ever look over a book on
human ailments that you could not
make one of them at least tit your ease
even though you thought you were
quite well when you begun reudingV
The person who removes the window
screens, thinking that the flies have-!
gone into retirement for the winter, will
realize u sad mistake that has been
made when in the morning bu.y.ing
and meandering nomads of the lly
tribe render sleep an impossibility.
Messrs. Metis and Hot., of Fort Lou
don, have this year been buying up
all the apple in their neighborhood
thut they wore ublo to procure. Thus
fur they have secured about seven ear
loads or between three and four thou
sand bushels. Their purchases in
cluded nearly all tho upples grown
around Fort Loudon, as well us in
Bath Valley and Horse Valley.
Just now the ladies of McConncllshurR nnd elsewhere
ure asking this question :
Where Is the Place
To get the most fashion
able and the best Hat for
the least Possible money
AntUCr flt "tirstore 'n McConnellshnrR, where wehiivejust
tYoin Hie caste-i ll cities u l ull Hue of ull
The Latest Things In
You are respectfully invited to call soon and see
our new goods.
A. J. IRWIN & CO.,
X liHANIHKBAY OF X
X FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY
T. J. COMEREU
has on hand from his summer
stock a few jjood
Buggies and Surreys
which will no at special prices.
Give him a call before they
are all one.
We are now r'ndy to show yon our
new Hue til Full mid Winter fOoiHuou-i-lMlnif
of llaltliuore. New York uml
I'lillmlKiplilu style. The uootls sfleul
el for this fall uml winter ure excep
tionally neat In design uml iittruetlve in
style. We. with our line of xoods rep
resent the largest uilllluerv estulillsh
meut lu the couutry. You have the ud
vuuLaye of this store hy buying your
tiomlsof us. Look throuV'h our hoe he
fore hiiyliiK your full or winter hut. We
guuruutee satisfaction and our prices
urelielow all competition. You must
he suUstied with our iioris or have your
tuouc-y hack, We have trimmed hats
out ftoe. up. tintrlnuned hats u. up.
ill nats and sailors In all colors und
prices. Children's (.'oats. Hats, Capes
and Hoods, ilahv Hoots und Shoes.
Hut I Mas. Ilcain v Tins, licit and Neck
liiieltles. Hat llueliles. Handkerchiefs,
Neektles. Vellltor. Swansdown. 1, utiles
uml (ieutlemeu's Hose, Itralds, Sllksuml
Velvets ull colors und w Ulths.
J Youth respectfully, J
MRS. A. F. LITTLE. X
D. EDWARD FORE
offers his Store nnd Property for su!o.
Possession ttlveu at once to the buyer
of property uud -ootls. 1 offer my line
of Kootls for sale ut the lowest eush
price. Knit felt hoot, I'ncle Sum."
with cover, at t3.hu; others ut J.cl.
Shoes ut the lowest prices without re
uaiillut,' to advuuee of Id to Hi per cent,
lu manufacturers prlcw. All koikIs sold
for oash al a reduction of A to III per
cent. I M M. I. NOT UK IMII HSOI i,
und wlllullow you 'J cents pci dozen more
for vunu. lu trade, thun unv huckster
pays; also Dried Krult of ull kinds. Furs
bouuhl lu season. You will Hud my
slock, eonsistluif of Dry Goods. Notions,.
Hardware, ljuecuswurc, Tobacco. CI
Kins uud uciicrul line of Komls, com-
Iilcte. 1'rlces low for cash, Heuieuiber
will out be uuilersolil.
D. JSllWAUl) I'oltK,
I respectfully ntiiiouuco to tho
Konorul pubiio that since moving
into my now room I have replen
ished my stock and havo now ou
hands a complete line of Cooking.
Heating and Oil Stoves, Ranges,
iStove Kepuirs of all kinds, Stovo
Hoards, Stove Pipe, tho celebrat
ed Climax Stovo Polish, Iron Ket
tles, Oil Cloth Hugs, Tinware,
from tho cheapest to tho best,
Anti-Husting Tinware which I
guarantee not to rust for two
years, and will wenr for eight
years. Every piece is guaranteed
to me not to rust and I will guar
antee it to you. If it rusts bring
it back and I will give you anoth
er pieco. In Fancy Goods I have
a largo assortment. Hutchering
Supplies such ns Lard Presses,
Meat Cutters, Butcher Knives
and Hog Scrapers. Also a full
lino of School Supplies which I
will sell during Court week at tho
lowest possible prices. You will
tind mo in my now room opposite
Patterson's store where 1 will bo
glad to have you call and o iamiuo
To Start the Fall Season.
Boots for fall. A specially
fine whole stock kip $2.75
Light weight calf dress
The famous "conductor"
The "Mohawk" boot $.169
A nice light split boot
A woman's heavy shoe $l,l!ui i
Heavy school shoes f't;
misses, 13-2, 'cn
Children's heavy schef
shoes, 9-12, S(ille
An odd lot (19 pairs) 1
ladies' flexible line kid sin ty
worth 3,00 at U&e i
140 Pairs of Large Cotton Qlark
kets at 49 cents.
SEE OUR SUPERB Mi
IN OUIi Lhet
Men's and Boys'
Fine All-wool Tricot, Jong, dark
Oxford Mix., ' Round Sack Suit,
Single-breasted, Satin Piped
Facings, Well Made and
Trimmed. Fully Worth
Our Price for the Suit 4.50.
BLACK COTTON CLAY WORSTED
warranted fast black. If you
traveled the country over you
wouldn't find the equal of this
value, for it is worth 4.00.
Our price $2.90.
A special drive in an
All-wool Black CLAY WORSTED.
Extra fine trimming, French fac
ing, elegantly tailored, and will
suit the most particular man.
Our special price is only 10.00.
A pretty child's suit, 75 cents.
A good suit for a boy, 5
Men's underwear, 25 cents.
f J.V. ,.fi ll f . j i . ! !
luuio sun ueece iinea neavy underwear, 2b it fs
..... . losirel
Children s union suits soft fleece lined, per suit, 25
Ladies' beautiful skirts all m
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