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Ulank notes at the New office.
Trespass notices at tlie News
Mrs. Albert Stoner v?ent over
to Saxtou Tuesday to visit her
daughter Myrtle, Mrs. V. M.
.HIDES. .tamos Sipea & Sonr.
pay the highest market price
lor beef hiues at tioir butcher
shop in McConnellsburg, also
highest price paid for call ak ins
sheepskins and tallow.
Mr. Emery Pittman, employed
vrith the Westmghouso people,
t'ittsburg, spent a few days dur
ing the past week, with relatives
and friends in and about McCon
nellsburg. Every family has need of a
good, reliable liniment. For
sprains, bruises, soreness of the
muscles and rheumatic pains
there is none better than Cham
berlain's. Sold by all dealers.
Preaching in the U. H. church
at llustontown, Saturday even
ing at 7 o'clock; and on Sunday,
tnere will be preaching at Bethel
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and
at Knobsville at 7 in the evening.
Kev. Swank, pastor.
The quicker a cold is gotten rid
of the less tho dauger from
pneumonia ai d other serious dis
eases. Mr.: n. VV. L. Hall, of
"Waverly, Va., says: "I firmly be
lieve Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy to be absolutely the best pre
paration on tho market for colds.
I have recommended H to my
friends and they all agree with
me." For sale bv all dealers.
Clifton Sipes who recently , re
turned to his home near Huston
town from Cambria county,
where he had been employed dur
ing the winter at his trade, that
of carpentering, was a visitor in
our office last week. Mr. Sipes
contemplates moving his family
to the western part of the State
in the spring so they can be near
the place he has employment.
This is the
jfj Absolutely Pure
The only Baking
from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
made from grapes
B) No Alum Bf
jh No Lime Phosphate j"
Samuel Foster, who has been
spending the past year in Illinois,
was a visitor in New Grenada
Miss Martha Black, a student
in tho Pennsylvania Business
College in Lancaster, and Kitner
Black, agent of the E. B. T. 11 11.
at Orbisonia, are visiting in the
home of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Black.
Miss Ida Watkins, of Taylor
township, is visiting among
friends in this v'llage.
Miss Lois Quston spent Sun
day with friends at Three
Fred Lodge, teacher of the
Clear Ridge school; Miss Grace
Lodge, teacher of the No. 3
school in "Wells Valley, and Dr.
R. B. Campbell, spent Chrismas
in the home of Mrs. E. II. Lodge
in Brush Creek valley.
Dr. and Mrs. Campbell are
spending a week in the home of
the latter's mother m Brush
Creek township. The Doctor
now knows how to cook and
John Galbraith and wife, of
South Fork, Pa., are visiting in
the home of Frank Thomas, and
of Grandmother Duvall.
Richard Alloway has been on
the sick list a few days.
On account of there being no
entertainment at Bethel or Zion
this year, our young folks attend
ed Oak Grove and Wells Valley
VV. F. Berkstresser and wife,
of Taylor, ate their Christmas
dinner at Frank Thomas's.
George Edwards and Frank
Cunningham, of Enid, were
guests in the home of F. G. Mills
Dr. Chas. R. Grisslnger, of
Bedford, spent Sunday in the
home of F. G. Mills.
The Cunninghams of our town
ate their Christmas dinner in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. N. G.
Bernard Bergstresser has
been on the sick list for some
William Alloway attended the
47th anniversary of the institu
tion of Broadtop City lodge, I.
O. O. F., last Saturday, evening.
Of the charter members, only
three are surviving, namely, C.
K. Ilorton, Harry Cook, and Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Cutchall,
of Pittsburg, are visiting the lat
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Cutchall, and other friends.
The sad intelligence reached
us Saturday evening of the death
of Mr. Oliver E. Cook, of Cook's
Mills. His 'vidow is a daughter
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Isaac McClain, David and Wil
liam Hershey all of Taylor
township were business visitors
in New Grenada Monday.
Grandmother Gracev, of Gra-
cey, ate Christmas pie at the ta
bio of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Al
loway, and Roswell Stains wore
quite a satisfied expression after
he had finished a Christmas din
ner at .Jacob Crlder's.
Curtis Long, of Jacobs, and
Newton Stains, of Robertsdale,
spent Sunday in the home of
Sledding is fine now.
V. B. Bard's held a family re
union last Sunday. 'Mr. John
Baid's brothers and sistsrs were
all present, namely, Mrs. IInry
Truax, Mrs. Sboridan Hann, Mr.
Lewis Bard and Mr. Michael
Services at theBrethrenchnrch
was well attended last Sunday
Charles Knablo, it Mercers
burg, spent Sundgy at Rev. John
David Fittry had tho miafor
tune to cut his thumb badly.
There was a birthday dinner
held in honor of Mr. John Strait
last Saturday, there was a pretty
There will be services at the
Brethren church onnextSatur
day evening and Sunday evening.
Notice is hereby given that
the Fulton County Mutual Fire
Insurance Company will bold its
annual election of officers on the
second Tuesday of January, it
being the 10th day of the month,
at 10 o'clock, a m., and or the
transaction of such other business
as may coma before them. -
. S. M.Caknei.l,
Tuesday, March 7, C. M. Ray,
having bought a farm and being
obliged to reduce his stock, will
sell at his residence on the Patter
son farm, 2 miles southwest of
McConnellsburg, horses, cattle,
hogs, farming implements, &c.
Sale begins at 10 o'clock. A. L.
Thursday, March 9, George
Brant having bought a farm in
Cumberland county, and intend
ing to remove thereto, will sell at
his residence on "the old Gillia
farm" 2 miles northwest of Mc
Con noils bu rg, horses, cattle, hogs
farming implements, bay, grain,
&c. A. L. Wible, Auctioneer.
Friday,. March 10. Wm. But
erbaugh intending to remove to
his own farm in Ayr township,
will sell at his residence on the
McGovern farm 1 J mile north of
McConnellsburg, horses, cattle,
sheep, hogs, farming implements
grain, &c. Sale begins at 10
o'clock. A. L. Wible, auctioneer.
Tuesday, March 14 B. W.
Logue intending to quit farming,
will sell at his residence on the
late Judge Logan farm in Ayr
township, 5 oales south of Mc
Connellsburg, horses, cattle,
farming implements, grain, feed,
household goods, &c. Sale be
gins at 10 o'clock. A. L. Wible,
Wednesday, March 15, John
Gillis will sell at his residence on
the Spangler farm about 2 miles
north of Knobsville,- horses, cat
tle, bogs, farming implements,
hay, grain, &c. Sale begins at
10 o'clock. A. L. Wible, anc-tioneer.
Friday, March 17th, W. M.
Lathers,intending to remove from
the County, will sell at his resi
dence on tiie Sam Widney farm
1 mile east of Burnt Cabins, live
stock, farming implements, hay
grain, household goods, etc. Sale
will begin at 12 o'clock, noon. A.
L. Wible, auctioneer.
Miss Bessie Willett one of the
teachers of the Windber schools,
is home for the holidays.
Miss Jessie Cunningham, of
Altoona, accompanied by her
brother Dr. Cunningham, of
Juniata, spent Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. Roudabush, of
Portage, spent Christmas with
Mrs. J. E. Anderson, of Kear
ney, spent a day with her mother
Mrs. J. R. Lockard recently.
Miss Marian Edwards, of De
fiance, is home for Christmas.
Chas. S. Schenck has purchas
ed a new 12 II. P. traction engine.
Watch for the saw dust this win
ter, and listen for the sound of
the threshing machine next sum
Cloyde Edwards of Juniata
spent Xmas with his parents N
Mrs. Nell King who has been
with ber grandmother Mrs C. A,
Cunningham, left on Friday for
Chas. Earley moved Monday
from the John Stunkard place to
his mother's house.
Daniel Cunningham, George
Edwards and Glover Horton our
College boys are spending their
X mas vacation at their respective
Luther 11. Grove our postmas
ter, barber and grocer, left early
Saturday morning to spend
Christmas with his sister Emma
retta, Mrs. Clyde Uockenberry,
Frank Madden, wife and five
children, spent Christmas with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Baker and called in the evening
on Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bloom.
B. S. Fleming of Waynesboro
came tj this place Saturday even
ing to spend Christmas in the
home of his parents Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Fleming.
Cleve Fields recently purchased
a horse and expects to engage in
Mrs. Jesse Carmack has been
on the sick list for sometime her
many friends hope for ber speedy
There will be an oyster supper
in ' the Grange Hall Saturday
S. C. Henry left Saturday to
visit friends in Altoona and Pitts
burg. , ,
Henry Wilson and J. P. Ker-
lin were County Seat visitors on
Saturday. The former went to
town to meet his daughter Mrs.
Frank Mort and ber husband
from Waynesboro but for some
unknown reason they failed to
come. - ,
Miss Elizabeth Henry, who
teaches school near Huntingdon
is home to spend the holidays
with her father and brothers.
Harry Wible, wife and children
Marie, Olive, Herald, Gladys and
Willis of llustontown spent
Xmas at the home of her parents
J. P. Kerhn and wife.
Morton and Wilson Fleming of
Huntingdon and Juniata counties
came to this place on Xmas to
spend part of the holiday season
with their brother T. E. Fleming
who is ill.
Levi P. Morton and Miss
Mertio Stevens of Ft. Littleton
were visitors Saturday of Bert
Clarence and Charles Henry
left on Xmas to spend some time
with lriends at Broad Top City
and with the former's brother II.
M. IlAtirr of Dudl
J. A. Henry and wife spent Fn
day at the County Seat on a shop
wm. Meuott and wile were
visitors Saturday exening of A
J. Fraker and wife.
David Fraker and wife of Fort
Littleton were visitors on Xmas
atN. B. Henry s as were also
Frank Keith wife and three sons
Fred Lod ge teacher of school
No. 6., left Friday evening to
spend until Monday evening
with his mother Mrs. Elmira
Lodge of Crystatsprings.
J. A. Henry wife and interest
ing little son Merrill G. Henry
spent Sunday afternoon in the
home of Jesse Carmack and
Wm. Edwards spent Xmas with
his mother Mrs. Uarnett.
Eodi Winter' Troubles.
To many, winter is a season of
trouble.. The frost bitten toes
and fingers, chapped hands and
lips, chilblains, cold, sores, red
and rough skins, prove this. But
such trouoles fly heforeBucklen's
Arnica Salve. A trial convinces;
Greatest healer ot Burns, Boils,
Piles, Cuts, Sores, Eczema and
Sprains. Only 25c. at Trout's
drug store. .
May You Enjoy It .
You may look , forward to
some fun with the dates next
year it you live through it On
four days you will be able to head
your letters with "ones." There
will be 1111 and 111-11. and
11111. But the best of all will
be the day in November 'when
you can write 11 11 11.
A Clean Watch
means good time for years to
coma True economy in a time
piece lies in cleanliness. My
business is the care of watches.
It will cost you nothing to let me
examine your watch.
D. R. Ramsey,
Jeweler & Engraver,
. DUBLIN MILLS.
line unristmas tree exercises
at Dublin Mills attracted a large
crowd and were interesting.
Mrs. Araminta Cook, who bad
been sick, is able to go about
. W. G. Wink is getting along
quietly with bis school.
Miss Orlena Madden visited
her sister Araminta Cook last
Mrs. Richard Maddep has re
turned home. '
Election of Directors,
A regular meeting of the Share
holders of The First National
Bank of McConnellsburg, Pa.j
will be held on Tuesday, January
10, 1911 between the hours of 12
m. and 2 p. m., at the Banking
House. ' Election ot Directors.
Mekrill, W. Nace,
12 8 t5. Cashier.
About a month ago a white
faced cow and calf, a yearling
Ilolstein bull, and a yearling steer
came upon the premises of Ralph
Glenn, near Webster Mills, and
are there yet; tho owner is here
by notified to come forward,
prove property, pay charges, and
take them away, or they will be
disposed of according to law.
State Senator Quail of Schuyl
kill county, fell dead while trans
acting business in the Auditor
General's office, at Uarrisburg,
on Thursday of last week. .
The fastest 11 y ing machine is
There is always room on the
sunny side of the road; let us
When the sparerib is put to
roast, sprinkle it lightly with;
powdered sage and minced on
It is an easy matter to size up
a man if bis dog crawls under the
house when it sees him approach
Sifted coal ashes, mixed with a
little vinegar, make a splendid
mixture for polishing faucets,
brass kettles and the like.
Tack pieces of rubber, cut from
over shoes, to the bottom of the
step ladder legs, and they will not
slide on a slippery floor.
Whenever a bottle has been
emptied wash it right out, and
do not set it away to dry. You
can clean it more easily by doing
The cork in a bottle of cement
or glue is apt to stick and break
when it is opened for the second
time. To prevent this, grease it
lightly when first taken out
If housewives would have rub
ber heels and soles on their every
day shoes, they would find that
much discomfort from aching,
tired feet would be avoided.
Cabbage is more delicate, if,
after it is boiled a little while, it
is turned out into a colander and
cold water run. over it; then put
again in boiling water and finish
After boiling salt ham or ton
gue, remove it from the fire and
plunge it at once in cold water.
This instantly loosens the skin,
which then pulls off without any
Save the good pieces of the
men's winter underclothes. From
them you can make the, children
some shirts, drawers or petti
coats that will be as warm and
last nearly as long as new. Saves
Have buttons, or books and
eyes, for the slips you use on the
sofa pillows. Then you can often
take the pillows out and wash the
slips. Saves a lot of sewing and
the slips are apt to get washed a
good deal oftener.
. A bandy funnel for pouring
liquid into a bottle may be quick
ly made anywhere by taking a
piece of thick, smooth white pa
per, roiling it into a cornucopia
and fastening it with a pin. Cut
t(be pointed end off and it's ready
When any one is taken ill in
the night and needs a quick ap
plication of heat, light a lamp.
The chimney will be hot in a mo
ment and will answer until water
or a brick can be beated. It can
be slipped into a stocking leg and
applied at once.
' Knit the baby's mittens with
out any thumb; then, no matter
which way tbey are put on, they
are all right If large enough he
can move bis fingers all around
inside, while the long wrists keep
the sleeves of his dress down
over his arms and make him com
fortable. It saves much bard work in
keeping heavy bedclothes tidy
under the usage they ordinarily
receive from the boys and hired
men, to have a breadth of muslin
or calico firmly basted over the
upper end of quilts and bed com
forts. This can be removed often
and washed with much less work
than to put the whole big com
forter in the tub.
Light and wholesome griddle
cakes; Pare the crust from a stale
loaf of baker's or light home
made bread, crumb it into a por
celain diBb and pour over it a
pint of boiling milk. Cover and
let it stand for ten minutes.
When it swells add the yolk of
two eggs, well beaten, a table
spoouful of melted butter, a half
teaspoonful of salt, a fourth of a
cupful of sifted flour and the
stlHly beaten whites of the eggs.
Then beat until the batter is
smooth and velvety as cream.
Add no baking powder, as the
beating makes it light Prop
it in little cakes on a hot griddle;
bake quickly. From January
Farm Journal , '
Many, mauy thanks to my
teacher school mates and other
friends for their kindness in sur
prising me with a lot of beautiful
ChriBtmas post Cards. Walter
I Want You
Buy a Fulton County home or two, and
" take life easy the balance of your days.
1 have a select list of Poultry, Fruit,
, Dairy, Grain and Stock Farms;. -Country
and Town Store
Property; Ideal Homes,
Building Lots and
Some of these properties will soon look cheap at double -the
price now. Delay, and you lose.
Loans negotiated to help you buy cheap for cash. 1911
booklet just completed. Will continue to add leaflets. If
you want to buy or sell, write for booklet and state what
you want to buy or sell.
I will be in home office on Monday and Tuesday of each
week. Write me a few days in advance, so I can arrange
to show you properties on other days.
FRANK MASON, Agent.
N McConnellsburg, Pa. y v
I have farms for sale in all parts ot Fulton,
Franklin, and Cumberland counties:
and Timber Lands
Costs you nothing to list your property.
Loans negotiated for purchasers needing
money. See me before buying or selling. -
GEO. A. HARRIS, Ajfent
We are ready now with 100 Styles of Suitings
Suits Ready-to-Wear, Overcoats, Rain Coats,
Boys' Clothing of all kinds.
Coat Sweaters, in red, brown, white, and gray,
Silk and Wool Mufflers. .
.Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Linen and Silk Hand
kerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Neckties.
A full and complete line of Underwear, Hats.
Caps, and any and every thing usually
. found in an up-to-date Clothing and
Gents Furnishing Store and all at right
Come in and see us.
A. U. NACE & SON.
Christmas Announcement of
-:- MRS. A. F. LITTLE'S
Big Underselling Store.
We wish to inform our patrons that
we have great Xmas, bargains which will
make handsome and useful presents.
Hats reduced to' 1-3 less than regular
price. Children's bear skin coats In all
colors reduced to $1.75. Ladies' heather
bloom petticoats 60c, Belts 25c, now
15c; collars, necklaces, ruching, combs,
, - barretts, hair pins, belt buckles, toques,
" baby caps. All the above are reduced.
Ladies' don't forget the special ribbon
sale going on at our store.
You may purchase a great many pret
. ty Xmas gifts for a very small sum of
MRS. A. F. LITTLE.
PULTON COUNTY NBI70
in tho pcoplo'a paper.
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