A Ml HAS HV
MCCONNELLSBURG, PA., NOVEMBER 9, 1899.
Tin? next session of the Presbyterian
bvtioit; which was In session at Eric,
(ill bd held in tin- l'ino Street church,
The State Convention of the Young
'omen's Christian Association lid
, i . .i 1 t WHI-
Mll'lI'Mi lllSl. nilllllllj I'VVIIIUH iik r. "I-
msport, after u most successful ses-
l ui, lusting four days.
lingular services will be held in the
United Presbyterian church on next
Sabbath. The pastor, after a rest of
jwo weeks from the stmly In the open
ir, resumes his regular work with
bitch renewed vigor and much appre
ciation of the kindness of his people
ih the. care for his health ami comfort.
Rev, Wm. A West will conduct com
Amnion services in the Presbyterian
Jhurcti at this place on 'next Sabbath
horning at 10:30 o'clock, and at Green
fill lit 3 in the afternoon. Prepara
i wrvli'es at this place on Saturday
fcm nUig at lOiJOo'eloe k, and ut Green
feill at :i P. M.
ir'.l'KClAI, Skrvick. Dr. T. O. Bll
imer, of the Theological Seminary
Gettysburg, will preach in the Luth
eran Clilircli nexi annuity morning.
Io collies in the Interest of the Semi
jiary nd will present the needs of the
vLhtitution. The Doctor is an able
Lnd eloquent speaker and no one will
jrret coming out 10 near mm. ju
re heartily welcome.
The title of Doctor of Divinity was
(Wtttly conferred upon Iiev, W. A.
est; President of Metzger College,
arlisle, by Westminister College,
ew Wilmington, Penn.
A notable act in Presbyterian legis-
.tloii was the unanimous vote of the
l' . . 1 . .... I . M .
'euuaylvuniu oynou ui r.ne in nivor
f Uip tithe system as the standurd for
lontributions to the church. Kvery
ovffj heretofore to accomplish this
:id has been overwhelmingly defeated,
nd tlte Pennsylvania Synod is the
rst Of that faith in the world to adopt
e tithe )lan. This method Is outlin
l lu.the Scriptures and recommends
a't ill church members pay not less
an pne tenth of their Incomes to the
Wupport of the church, this amount not
iuplude contributions to charatable
H. S. Cook and family left
Uhaiobersburir last week for Hanover.
IjU'V.JCook preached an impressive
ijrpwell sermon In Zion Lutheran
ftiuiijb before leaving for his new
Jjiurie. His departure is sincerely re-
retted by a host of friends in Chum-
;. .. -' -
V4 regret to learn that owing to the
r.t that David T. Fields, of Tod town-
friiphus felt called upon to abandon
grkpiltural pursuits, the co-operative
fysUttn of farming which lias leen ear
ned py that gentleman and Samuel
purifliall, will, In a mcusure, be dis-
iitttiued. We havo not the space in
TiK"NlWS to outline the system, but
ue readers can gather from brief and
agmentary colloquies between them,
iimething of Its nature.
"Say, Daddy, guess Pll go to work
"All right, Sainmy."
Daddy, I think Pll quit working
r you. Got a better job, Sixty 'dol-
ars a month and boarded."
h "Al right, Sammy. How much do
"ij i roe dollars. You Mirn t mad,
'o, no, Sammy."
"Why, hello, Sammy."
"Qood morning, Daddy. Going to
A'll I'lirlit,. Silllnmv "
) "U t me off a week, Daddy, to go to
f jhu ejection."
"Uo on, Sammy. How much do I
' (ac you;"'
. "Three dollars. You urn'tinud.
f i lrt you stick, Daddy."
qorreet Sammy." And so on
i i Hi Fi
Friday last the directors, of the
um Oil Company, met in special
im In the private room of the
ujrock Bank. Fneouruging report
- iecolved and t'apt. George W.
f u ti'ly dale, and secure the ser
of un expert and such fluanclal
I might be necessary to fully
! !KM. )lete the well. It Is now thought
;:jiiit.stock will be taken to the amount
r .fit 100 the original capital. We are
filing more and more assured that
iue living in an undeveloped oil
l ll'un.l tknt ll.. .1.... t. . .11
ij uuu viiuu iiio uuy is noii iar uis
.iMt, when oil derricks will stand pro
' nlutly upon our hills and in our
iho evidence is sntllcient to
' nnt the prediction. The earth has
fbeen penetrated to any great
f, but it has given every indiuu-
that under our rough surface
exists a smooth article culled
In 1H07 a company was formed at
fcoek and hole driven down (100
,when a flow of gas almost as
fiuted the operators. When (in
lysis was made, tun per cent, of oil
?ound to exist. At Franklin MUls,
Hancock, oil of a good quality
een found at u depth of 400 feet.
ock Stur. ' '
overcoming nil i ici ltiks.
One of our female reporters tells us
this little story about how her mother
and sister solved a perplexing ques
tion as to how to drive with one trace,
while going down the Cove the other
day. H seems that midway between
this place and their destination the
truce became loosened. To fasten it
H"cmcd an easy mutter, and both
alighted for that purpose. One buck
ed the horse, anil the buggy bucked
also, and the truce could not be at
tached; then the horse wus pulled for
ward and the buggy persistently fol
lowed and the trace was no nearer the
point of adjustment. After debating
the matter for a time they concluded
that one should pull forward ut the
buggy shaft while the other would pull
backward on the trace. This they did,
while the horse proceeded leisurely
along, all parties seemingly pleased
at this huppy triumph over an eiubar
ransing situation. Finally a gentle
man tume along and hooked the trace
without the slightest dililculty and then
their cup wus full to overflowing.
I ll i: AGF, OF. SJT'AM.
Mrs. Scott Hann, of Ayr township,
has come to realie that this is un age
of steam, llccently us she was driv
ing along on the hill, near Mrs. Dr.
Cook's residence, her horse took fright
ut a traction engine that wus ap
proaching, wheeled suddenly around
and broke the shafts of her buggy.
Her presence of mind prevented it more
serious accident. Then, lust week she
visited her sister ut Lelimuster's, and
from there took the train to Chambers
burg. This wus her first trip by rail
road and she derived much more en
joyment out of this experience than the
former one, although both of the agen
cies were steam.
IT COSTS MONKY TO Cl'T TIM
lil.K. A party of hunters out raccoon
hunting in Trough Creek valley a few
nights since, says the Huntingdon
Semi-Weekly News, found that night's
hunt rather expensive sport. Having
treed one of the ring-tailed unlmuls,
they proceeded to build a lire under the
tree, and on the coming of daylight
cut down the tree to secure their game.
Just about that time the owner of the
land put In an uppi urunce, end a few
days later wurrunts were served on all
the participants to appear before F.s
quiiv Kelly in this place to answer to
two sepurute charges, building a fire in
the woods und cutting timber without
leave. The case was uired on Friday,
with the result of each participant Vic
ing mulcted in the sum of $7.H8. Some
of our farmers complain that there is
too much cutting of timber done on
their premises, not only by hunters,
but by others. The law is explicit in
the mutter, und mukes the penalty for
violations of this kind two und three
times the value of the timber.
NOT WILD ON ICS.
Mr. Mack Dixon, Pleasant Ridge's
hustling merchant and farmer, has a
nice Hock of tamo turkeys. Like ev
erybody else who has any success
raising turkeys, ho allows them to
range at will over his Ileitis and
through his woodland. A few days
ago, a hunter espied a nice bunch of
turkeys not fur from Mack's, and
quickly stole up to where he could get
a good shot, and blazed away. Ho
succeeded In killing one and crippling
two. To the hunter's surprise, the
turkeys did not lly, and he found that
he had made a mistake, a thing he no
doubt regretted very much, for the
flock proved to be M tick's. Conse
quence: turkey on the bill of fare be
TAK1CN TO THE HOSPITAL.
On Monday morning, a week, Dr.
,T. G. Hunks took Clara Hixson, of
Brush Creek township, whose scalp
was torn off by the mill shaft, about
three weeks ago, to a Philadelphia
Hospital. She has written two letters
home, and Is getting along as well as
could be expected. The little sufferer
has stood every operation heroically.
FULTON COUNTY BUCKVVH1CAT.
The buckwheat season bus commenc
ed, many carloads going from Han
cock annuully. This Is the distribut
ing point for the fumous Fulton coun
ty biickwhcut, ground In old burr mills
driven by wuter power. This brund
goes ull over the country und is ex
ported. Baltimore Sun.
A LARGE ONE.
Ephralm Hart, of Brush Creek town
ship, raised several large sweet pota
toes this season. The largest one,
which was weighed at Locust Grove
postotllce, weighed 7 pounds, less half
an ounce. Six or eight' tubers of that
size ought to satisfy the cravings of
hunger of an ordinary man.
, Dr. Guy Miller, of Hill Valley, who
recently located at Blair's Mills, has
removed to Burnt Cabins, Fulton
The most brilliuut ovr-nt of tlio
Noodinore uncial season was tlm
mart iafjo on Wednesday evening
of Miss Mary Edith liunyan
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ahi
tnaaz liunyan to Mr. Robert C.
Dixon, of Pittsburg, Ph., sou of
Captain and Mrs. C. T. Dixon, of
Promptly on the hour the large
company assembled in the parlor
of th! bride's parents andthe us
ual hush was broken by the
beautiful strains of Lohengrin
rendered by Miss Cora Morgret,
of Hancock. With quiet dignity
the bridal party appeared. Mr.
Ed. 1 'aimer, of Warfordsburg,
acting as groomsman and Miss
Ora Dixon, sister of the groom,
bridesmaid. The bride wore a
beautiful gown of organdio en
train trimmed in white satin rib
bon and carried a large bouquet.
The rooms were lavishly decorat
ed with (lowers, evergreous and
autumn leaves, and the surround
ings were such as to make the
picture, very beautiful and the
ceremony, which was performed
by Elder C. L. Funk, very impres
sive. The presents were very nu
merous and beautiful, consisting
of cut glass, silver, china and lin
en. C A large reception will be giveu
at the home of the groom's par
ents this afternoon.
In about two weeks, the bride
and groom expect to bo in their
own home in Pittsburg.
MRS. AGNES M. STOUTEAGLE.
The subject of this notice, wife of
John V. Stouteugle, died at her home
In this place early Tuesday morning,
aged years, 4 months, und 24 days.
She was the daughter of Mr. und Mrs.
Amos Hixon, of Brush Creek valley,
and was married to Mr. Stouteugle
February 27, 188:(. Besides her hus
band she leaves to mourn her, four
children, Olive U., Maiden S., Amos
H., and John F. Her funerul took
place Wednesday afternoon and her
remains were placed In the family lot
in Big Cove cemetery.
While Mrs. Stouteugle was not a
very strong woman physically, her
death ut this early uge, was nn un-thought-of
event, und produced quite u
About five weeks ago, her son Amos
wus uttucked by typhoid muluriu, and
the constant care of the mother over
her sick boy for three weeks caused
her to break dowu physically, and she
was' compelled to take her bed. The
most tender care of her husband und
family, coupled with the skill of one of
our best physicians, was not enough
to restore her, and she gruduully grew
weaker until the end came.
At the early ugo of twelve years, she
became a member of the M. H. church;
and her sweet, pure, christian life show
ed, thut ut the time her name went tin
the church hooka here, it was inscrib
ed in tho Lamb's Book of Life above.
The sympathy of a very large circle
of friends goes out to the grief stricken
husliuud and children: as well as toher
parents, brothers und sisters, ull of
whom survive her except Fred, a well
known teacher, who died several years
Miss Plui'bo Hoover, tho Philips
burg school teacher who started for
the Klondike over a year ugo und who
bus been doing ull kinds of work up
there, Is now reported to lie teaching
school In Dawson City, with thirty
pupils at $10 each per month.
Extensive improvements are being
made to the Everett Furnace. A new
set of boilers of (MM) horse-power ca
pacity has been put in, also a new pot
oven, which will increase the working
capacity of the plant. The works lire
to be Illuminated by electric light.
D. H. Bridenstein, a former resident
of Everett, Bedford county, but who
bus been In the Klondike for the past
two years, returned to his home from
Dawson City Saturday. He has been
in the west for the past fifteen years
prospecting for silver He is the own
er of many valuable claims from w hich
he reall.es handsomely. He su.vs the
reports of enormous costs of living are
A careful mother will take great
pains to teaili her children to read
uloud acceptably. Much time und
money are often expended In cultivat
ing the' voice for singing, and yet quite
us much pleasure may be given by the
persou who reads aloud in a pleasing
manner. No attempt need be mudo at
elocution us the word is ordinarily un
derstood; distinct utterance and proper
emphasis' so as to convey easily to tho
hearer the meaning of the sentences
read are ull that is necessary.
Sum Parsons Has a Good Time in
Nov. 7, 1K!M).
Mr. It. W. Peck,
Dear Sir and Bro.: For the good
of the Ft'LTON County Nkvvs, und
the satisfaction of my many friends in
Fulton county, I will write the follow
ing: I left home Oct. 24, Ht 12:20 p.
m., to attend the TiOth anniversary of
Mackinaw Lodge, No. :!H0 I. O. O. F.,
at New Bloomlield, county scut of
Perry county, Pa., anil had a grand,
old-fashioned time, und enjoyed my
self among the tiOOO people present. I
met some of my dear friends among
them, Hev. H. K., Ash, formerly of
Burnt Cabins, who treated me as a
lii'fitlmr. T ntttrwl.til fttii.ili it-ill. lit... i
lust Sunday and took supper w ith him.
He is enjoying good health and is do
ing a great work on his charge. IBs
beloved wife is in good health und
does her purt to welcome their friends
from Fulton county. They have two
sous, Paul, 4 years old, und Harold.
1.1 months. I met my cousins who live
there. Dyson Parsons, anil his sister
Mrs. Brlner. They were glad to see
me. I visited D. Oscar Stoops, who is
in business there. He treated me like
a king, that is, because I am a nimrod:
and, by the way, we hud a hunt togeth
er, and bugged ten pheasants, one tur
key, 8 rabbits, and three squirrels. I
think I could have killed a carload, if
I had stayed a few days longer.
I arrived at home last night at (1:24
Found my family well and glad to see
I am going to Clearfield co., on Fri
day to linisli my hunt for work. Wish
ing the editor, as well us the new pupcr,
success, I am your friend,
S. E. Pausons.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimmerman
spent last Sunday with Mrs. Zimmer
man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
J. V. Fisher, of Brunswick, Md., Is
visiting his brother-in-law, P. P.
Sarah Gregory spent Sunday with
George W. Bishop Is udding to the
convenience and comfort of his family
by having a well drilled near his
Mrs. Susan May expects to move to
Sideling Hill Wednesday; Oliver Peck
will move into the house vacated by
Austin Lynch is visiting his mother.
Mr. und Mrs. Jacob Peck spent Sun
day with Mrs. Lynch; and Mr. und
Mrs. Frunk Smith, Mrs. F.mtuu Mel
lott and Mary Shives, with Mrs. May.
Will Blackof McConnellsburg wus
down this wuy Sunday.
Hev. Hughes will preach at Zion
Sunday 10th ut 3 o'clock.
Mr, und Mrs. Thomas Garland of
Needmore spent Sunday with Mrs. B.
C. Cuttlet, who is sick; and Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Sharp, with David Greg
Miss Margaret Truux is quite poor-
SPRING HOUSE VALLEY.
Miss Mollie Muyhngh, of Shady
Grove, is renewing old acquaintance
here. We are ulwuys glud to have
Mollie with us,
(Jultea number of our young folks
thought they started in time to utteml
the love feust lust Saturday evening,
hut reached the church as the people
were start lug home.
Harvey Kichards Is reported on the
GeorgePaylor Is going around again.
Frank Mayhugh, of Franklin county,
spent part of last week with friends
Mr. John Siders spent last Monday
in Franklin county.
There will be preaching at this place
on the 1-Sth and 10th of November.
All are welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. John Souders spent
Sunday with the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Otho Sunders, of Tod.
Miss. Daisy Clevenger, of Jugtown,
spent part of lust week with friends here.
Miss. Lottie Hockensinitli, of Harri
sonvllle, is spending some time with
the family of John Carbaugh.
Mr. William Patterson, who spent
last summer with the family of Wil
liumPuylor, will spend this winter with
David A. Nelson.
Elmer Selders, accompanied by Miss.
Mollie . Mayhugh, attended the love
feast last Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Covalt are
visiting friends and relatives at
J Prank Post, of Blackoak Ridge,
i paid James O'Rourke, or some
1 one of tho family, a prolonged visit
i last week and was accompanied
j homo by Miss Mamie.
Mrs. Lizzie Pittmau, of this
place, is some better.
Ephraim Mellott and wife, of
Pleasant Ridge, and Alfred Peck
and wife, of Needmore, visited
the family of Mrs. Mary Peck, of
Joseph Ilixon and wife, of Lock
;!, Maryland, nre visiting his
sister, Mrs. Lizzie Pitt man.
Miss Date Lakt, of Needmore,
left for Philadelphia., where she
Mr. Hatlield, of Covalt, is put
ting the finishing touches on
Moses IIoss's house with the
W. "V. Peck, Anna Covalt, J.
W. Like, Raymond Peck and
Simeon Covalt attended services
at the M. E. church, Warfords
burg, last Sunday evening.
Rev. Yost will preach atOakley,
Nov. at .'J o'clock, P. M.
Editor B. W. Peck called at our
Ira Minich.of ShadpCup, spent
several days with his uncle, Wm.
McCowan last week.
Dr. Hudson, of Shade Cap, was
in town on Saturday, making
Cracey Naugle expects to oc
cupy his new house soon.
Peter Neely and wife, of Wash
ington D. 0. visited our town last
week and called upon a number
of old friends here.
New goods just received at the
Welch Store of North Main St.
Prices to suit the times.
Rev. J. Smith Gordon preach
ed a temperance sermon from his
pulpit on last Sabbath. This
place needs a mighty revolution
on the temperance issue.
Clell Cisney's new house is be
ing pushed to completion rapidly.
It will not be ready for occupancy,
however, before spring.
Rev. Mcllnay, pastor of the
Burnt Cabins Charge, M. E.
church, is engaged in revival
work at Pannettsburg.
We are glad tho mountain fires
have been extinguished. The
loss of young timber lias been
great, to the owners of tho moun
tain land surrounding us.
Some one lired the cabin be
longing to the Altoona Hunting
Club, and it, with nil its contents,
was burned. The club have since
erected a tent, but they are not
finding much game
Mrs. Blanche Kirk aud son
have gone to Pittsburg for a few
Miss Minnie Swope is in Bed
ford visiting friends.
Mrs. Hayes Bivens was sum
moned to her home in Rays Cove
on account of the illness of her
mother, but before she could get
there, her mother was called to
her long resting place.
Mrs. James Burnet, also, re
ceived a message that her sister,
Mrs. Witter, of Waterfall, had de
parted this life. Her funeral
took place Monday afternoon.
The schools of our township, so
far as we can hear, are all doing
uicely. Since our superintendent
has taken unto himself a wife, we
wonder whether he will get
around to see us three times this
winter? Hupe ho may.
Two representatives of tho Sal
vation Army visited us Sunday
afternoon. One of them was
blind but could read from his
Bible, prepared for the unfortu
Our towm is again enlivened by
a saw mill company that havo
bought all of W. L. Woodcock's
timber- They have employed all
our men that want work; aud sev
eral families have moved from Al
toona that aro connected with the
work. We hope they will bo more
successful than Long & Co.
W. B. Stunkard and Albert
Ilelsel have purchased a saw mill
and expect to begin work at once.
W. L. Moseby tells us ho is going
to start hts mill very soon. We
think by the time they all get in
ojieration wo shall have a lively
SI PES MILL.
Quite a large crowd of our
young people attended preaching
at the German Baptist church on
Miss Nellie Duebaun, accompa
nied by her brother John of
Grecncastle was the guest of
Miss Laura Bard Saturday and
Mrs. Sampson J. Mellott whose
illness was noted in last week's
issue is still improving.
Martin Truax, accompanied by
his friend Edward Bituer, sjKMit
the last of the week with Mr.
Truax's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Truax, of this place; they al
so visited Needmore. Ed thinks
real well of Needmore.
Miss Prances Deshoug'of Lick
ing Creek spent last Saturday
evening with her cousin Anna
Deshong of this place.
Silas Mellott and wife of this
place, and Mrs. Caleb Mellott
of Knobsville, went down to Cag
ions Knob in Franklin county to
visit their sister Mrs. Sallie
Miss Rosa Deshong spent last
Sunday in Needmore with her
friend Miss Etta Everets.
Mrs. Mantlie Bard and her son
Carl left last week to make their
home in Everett. Miss Martha
Bard accompanied them and ex
pects to stay with her aunt a
couple of weeks.
Since the weather has become
cooler, our coal Barons smile.
Dr. W. J. Campbell, nn eminent
physician, of Mt. Union, Pa.,
spent part of last week with his
brother,' Dr. R. B. Campbell of
Misses Mae Cunningham and
Maud Mc.Claiu Suudayed with
the family of Dr. C. A. R. Mc
Clain, of Cassville.
Attorney S. W. Kirk, of Mc
Connellsburg, made a business
trip to our town last Thursday.
It was not a political call as some
of our ioope thought.
Misses Martha Mills and Rilla
Houck spent a couple days re
cently with friends in Taylor
A number of our young people
attended the revival , mooting at
the U. B. church which is being
conducted by the Salvation peo
ple of Knobsville.
Some of our nimrods havo boon
bagging the rabbits since the
opening of the season. Our boys
aro cracker-jacks when it comes
to marksmanship; at least, we in
fer that from their yarn swaps
after they have been out a day
While our young friend Clyde
Plummor was on his way to
church Sunday night, riding on
horseback, he met with what
might havo been a much worse
accident. His horse stumbled,
throwing him among tho stones
and cutting his face badly. Com
missioner Cunningham, who
chanced to bo present,' brought
him home, when a physician was
summoned and the wounds, which
proved to be only llesh wounds,
were dressed aud Clyde put in
good shape again.
Tho preaching at this place last
Sunday by Elder Palmer was well
Martin Peck, of Park Head,
was visiting relatives in this place
a few days ago.
Prof. B. N. Palmer spent Sat
urday and Sunday at home.
George Morgret aud wife, of
Clearfield, 'are visiting relatives
and friends. in our neighborhood
Miss Anna Everts spent one
night last week with tho family
of Oliver riessinger.
Miss Rose Deshong, of Sipes
Mill, spent Suuday in this place.
Miss Date Lake, of this place,
left for Philadelphia last week,
where she will be engaged in house
Dentist Job Mellott raised his
new house one day last week.
Additional Correspondence on 8th
Miss Kathkkine Cook, of Webster
Mills, spent. Sunday with Miss Besslo
Miss Mary Pittman returned on
Saturday lust frfmi a visit in Phila
delphia. Jacoh Pott, of Ayr township, made
us a brief but siitlsfnctory call on
Miss Gf.ktik Siim'.s, a student of C.
V. State Normal, spent Saturday and
Sunday ut her home in this place.
' Mrs. BhYsox, of Mereersburg, ut
len'dcd services ut the German Bapt ist
church the latter purt of last w.n k.
J. A. IltwiN left for Philadelphia
und New York Ibis morning to pur
chase a large stock of holiday goods.
Al.r.XANUKU Maynk, one of Fort
Littleton's stalwart Republicans, mudo
his usual post-election visit to town
to secure the latest returns.
Miss Bki.i.k Dikiii., who lias been
visiting her sister Mrs. James Io at
Hays Hill has returned to her home In
ClIARI.KS AND BOVI) MOSSIIII of Up
ton, Franklin county, spent Saturday
night with Daniel E. Fore's family of
Mas. Jacoh Biucicioit. of Chambers
burg, and Mrs. John Myers, of Up,
ton, were visiting their sister, Mrs.
Henry Scott, of this place.
Jacoh Kackcman, of Pleasant
Kiilge, wus u Sutnrtluy caller. Wo
lire sorry to note that our friend Jacob
is alllicted with rheumatism.
John Snydkh und little daughter
Mary, of Mereersburg, spent Monday
of this week as the guest of Isaac
Hull. They were accompanied home
by Mrs. Bryson.
Gkohcjk Wilson, of Dublin town
ship, paid the Kkwa office a call on
Saturday lust. If ull reports are true
Mr. Wilson will get u more extended
Miss OmvkGiussinki.r, the accom
plished und talented teacher of Forest
Dale school, iu Licking Creek town;
ship, spent Suturduy und Sunday ut
her home in this pluce.
J. It. Clai-sauulk, employed In
Grissinger's creamery in this place,
bus ucccptcd ix similar position with
the Montgomery Creamery Association
at Oellig's, Franklin county.
Kkv. Lewis Chamukks, of Webster
Mills, whose visits to town have be
come very infrequent of lute years,
wus in town on Monduy, und visited
the Nkws oltlce. He wus heartily
greeted by his muny friends.
Missks Clydk Hks.s and Daytie
Luke, of Needmore, ure both situuted
In a delightful home on Park avenue,
Philadelphia. The young ladies ure'
fortunate in securing so nice a place,
and in being in the same family.
Jamks C. Hou.insiikad, of Licking
Creek township, was in town on Sutur
duy lust. Mr. llollinshead will move
to near Upton, Franklin county, in the
spring. He Is a good citizen and wo
regret this decision on his part.
Miss Hattik Sii'Ks, of Gapsville,
is the guest of Miss Bertha B. Burton,
this week. Mrs. Philip Burton und
Mrs. P. M. Barton, visited friends in
Hustoutown, a couple days this week.
Hays Hill correspondent of Everett
B. W. Pi:ck spent Sunday with hU
brother in Philadelphia.
Hi:v. W. W. ItKKSK, of Hays Hill,
u former pustor of the M. E. congre
gation of this plucc, stopped for a
short time in town, on his return from
a visit to his brother-in-luw, A. H.
Loudcrhuugh, In Mereersburg, last
Missus Fi.o Kcxrotii,, and Mary
and Sallie Dickson returned from
Philadelphia on Monday evening.
They were accompanied from Cham
bersburg by Mrs. J as. McFerreu who
will spend a few days visiting the
Miss Geutucdh Hoku, of this
place, who is president of the Y. W.
Christian Association at the Ship
prnsburg State Normal, spent from
Thursday until Monday ut Williams
port, Pu., us a delegate, to tho State
convention of that orgunl.ation.
Miss Myuti.k Stocteaoe, of Ll
bonlu, Franklin county, Is spending
this week at her home In this place.
Mrs. John B. Hi'nyan Is spending
a week with friends in Needmore.
JoskI'U II. Lohk, for muny years a
leuding teacher of the county, but like
most of thut profession, has retired to
the quiet life of the farm or something
else, was a caller ut the Nkws oltice
Miss Mauy E. Danik.i.s spent Sun-'
day and Monduy with her purents ut
OlK friend, J. C. Brewer, of Plum
Hun, was one or our visitors on
Wednesduy. Cull again.
Jamics J. Dunlap and wife, of Leb
muster, are in town, and attended the
funerul of Mrs. John V. Stouteuge.
WALKKH II. FAUST, of Williamson,
Franklin county, pent Saturduy and
Sunday with the fumily of David V.
! Si es.
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