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VERSON All MENTION.
Our work is guaranteed fadeless —
Gerkins.
Mrs. John Flynn, of Borden Shaft, is on
the sick list.
“(Baby Photos,” The Gerkins Studio,
108 Broadway.
Mrs. Jno. R. Keller and children are
the guests of Piedmont friends and rela
tives.
Photos only SI.OO the dozen this week
at The Gerkins Studio, 108 Broadway.
Misses Annie Carson and Sadie Smith
of Frostburg, are visiting in Bedford, Pa.
Miss Mae McCaughan lias, left for the
seashore, where she will spend her vaca
tion.
Misses Lillie and Lenora Loman of
Baltimore are visiting friends in Frost
burg.
Mr. Lee Thomas of Homestead Pa., is
visiting his sister, Mrs. D. Stoddart of
Broadway.
Miss Sarah Frost is entertaining friends
from Clarksburg at her home on West
Main street.
Miss Ethel Martain, of Springfield, 0.,
is the guest of Joseph Shaw’s family on
East Main street.
Mr. and Mrs John Engleby,of Roanoke,
Va., are spending some time among
Frostburg friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shaffer have a
son quite ill' at their home on Washington
street this week.
Mrs. Iliese of Piedmont, W. Va., is
spending a few days in Frostburg among
friends and relatives.
David Bromlow, Of Borden Shaft, has
gone to Meyersdale, Pa., to spend some
time with his sister.
Mrs. D. P. Haitzell and children, Cum
ber If ere the guests of her mother,
Mrs. He./ry Williams, part of the week
on East Main street.
Miss Emily McLuckie||of Berlin, Pa.,is
the guest of her aunt, Miss Margaret Mc-
Luckie, on Union street.
Miss Emily Spill, of Allegheny City Pa.,
is here the guest of her sisters, Mrs. Olin.
Gerlach and Mrs. Brown.
Miss Mary Wetcomb, of Hanisonburg,
Va., is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Rogers, of Borden Shaft.
Orou ji instantly ieiie\ed Dr. Thomas’
Eclectric Oil. Perfectly safe Never
fails. At any diug store.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dull of Counellsville
Pa., are visiting Mrs. Geo. Malloy, of Mt.
Savage, sister of Mr. Dull.
Miss Aggie K. Mason, of Friendsville
a former resident of this place, is the
guest of Miss Lizzie Roberts.
Miss Annie Robinson and sister, Inez,
of McKeesport, Pa , are gnetts of Mrs. D.
D. Price, on Frost avenue.
Mr. Thomas Sleeman, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
is spending some time has the guest of
his parents at Hoffman mine.
Mrs. T. H. Morgan and family will
spend a week with Mrs. Thos. H. Mor
gan’s mother at Moscow, Md.
Miss Mollie Miller, formerly of this place,
but now of Elk Garden, spent part of the ;
A week among Frostburg friends.
Mr. E. Stanley Hitcliins and son have
returned to their home in Olive Hill,
Kentucky, after a short visit here.
. Mr. Edward Wehner has a child quite
k ill, suffering from a severe attack of scar
•fet fever at his residence in this place.
HI Miss Maggie Cannon, of Fairmont, W.
is spending her vacation with her
parents in Midlothian, near Frostburg.
Mr. Clarence Riggleman, of the Shaft,
who was painfully injured while at work
at Ocean No. 8, is now much improved.
Mr. Clayton Purnell, member of the
State Board of Education, is now in Oak
dale attending a meeting of that body.
Miss Anna Hanson, who has been the
guests of friends at Accident and other
points in Garrett county, has returned.
For your best| photos, go to"Gerkins.
Photos finished in Platinum, Carbon
Platino, Aristo Platino and Aristo Gold.
Miss Margaret Williams of this place,
is the guest of her brother Mr. Frank
Williams and wife in Allegheny City,
Pa.
Mrs. Arthur Bennett and son, Howard
and Miss Pearl Biggs, of Cross, W. Va., is
visiting Mrs. Abry Martin, of Graham
ton.
Revs. S. J. Clarke and Jas. P. Nolan are
attending the annual retreat of the clergy
in Baltimore. They will return Satur
day.
Mr. John Kemp has opened his restur
ant and ice cream parlor in the room
recently vacated by Wm. Shea’s drug
store.
Mr. Oscar Jones, of Cumberland, spent
part of this Week here, the guest of his
parents, Mr and Mrs. George Jones,
Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lindauer have re
turned from a delightful sojourn with
friends in New York, Philadelphia and
Atlantic City.
Benjamin, son of Mr. and Mrs. sperry,
of McCulloh, street who has been suffer
ing with typhoid fever for some time is
" " improving slowly.
Mr. Paul Hitcliins of Frostburg who
has been visiting in Olive Hill, Kentucky,
has returned to Frostburg with Mr.
Hitcliins and sons.
Miss Lizzie Thrasclier, who has been
sojourning among her many friends in
New Vork, Philadelphia and Atlantic
City, has returned home.
Mr. Edward Kenny of St. Clara, W.
Va., is spending some time here the guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ken
ny, Sr., on Linden street.
Miss Katie Day, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. R. Day, left this week for Balti
more, where she lia3 accepted a position
as-milliner for Dettellielm of that city.
Mrs. Patrick Cosgrove, Mrs. Annie Mc-
Allister, of Frostburg, and Mrs. Charles
Waggle, of Cumberland, left Sunday for
a trip to Nexj York and other eastern
cities.
Miss Mary Kaller, formerly of Frost
burg but now one of the St. Nicholas,
sales ladies, of Cumberland, is spending
her vacation among Frost’ - 6 if lends and
relatives.
Mrs. C. H. Cannon, wife of Rev. Can
nor of Trinity M. E. Church
South, of South Cumberland, and two
_ children, are spending this week with
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McLuckie.
j Messrs Lloyd Evans and Rudolph
Nickel, will make a trip next week to
Uniontown on foot. We would like [to
’ hear of there experiences while taking
the ‘‘short” walk.
3 Mrs. Frank Scott, of Midland, we are
‘ glad 4o learn is greatly improveing after
several weeks’ illness. Mrs. Scott was
; formerly a Miss Garret of Eckliart, and is
well known here.
! Mr. Ralph E. Wilson, chief engineer
for the Union Mining Company has left
for Isolene and other places in the south,
! where he will spend some time in the
' interest of his company.
Dr. James C. Cobey left Saturday for a
week or ten days’ vacation at Mt. Zion,
Mileale, Va., and other points He will
be accompanied home by Mrs. Cobey, who
i is visiting at Mt. Zion, Va.
Mr. Robert M. Tennant, who hashad an
attack of appendicitis, while in Pittsburg
and attended by his mother, Mrs. Robert
, M. Tennant, and sisters, Misses Bessie
and Marguerite, has retrned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koontz of Mt.
Pleasant, Pa., Mrs. Wm. Kreigerof Irwin,
Pa., Mrs. Geo. Weisenborn and Mrs.
George Reece of Hazleton, Pa., were call
ed to Frostburg, on account of the death
of Mrs. Geo. Wehner.
The following Frostburg folks enjoyed
a trip to Bedford on Sunday: Mr. Geo,
Stern, J. S. Metzger, Dr. Wm. Shoemaker,
Mr. and Mrs. Delaney, Clyde Harnill,
Walter Deneen and Clarence J. Morgan.
Henry Means, an employee at the Un
ion Mining Company’s fire clay mines,,
met with a very painful accident recently,
which resulted in breaking his leg. Doc
tors Quarrels and Murray were sum
moned and set the brokea limb, and is, at
this writing, doing nicely.
“Long” John Chaney, of Garett county,
the man who hasen’t missed a circus in
these parts for over forty years, was an
early arrival Monday to attend the circus.
We are not informed at this writing
whether he got a free pass, but it goes
without saying he was there.
Mr. George W. Craig, formerly of Han
cock, but now of Valparaiso, In., where ■
he has been taking a scientific course at ,
Valparaiso University, graduated recently <
with the bachelor degree of science. ,
Prof Craig was Beall’s High School, of •
Frostburg. Mr. Craig was also superin- ,
tendent of schools in Indiana.
Peculiar Disappearance
J. I> Rnnvan, of Butlerville, 0., laid
the peculiar disappearance of his pain- j
fjl symptoms, of indigestion and Bili
ousness, to Dr. King s New Life Pills
He says : “They are a perfect remedy, I
for dizziness, s nir stomach, hea lactic, <
is ns ipation, etc.’’ Guaranteed at, L.
N Meadows & Co.’s Drugstore, price 25c .
LOCAL BRIEFS-
I
Special This week, Cabinet Photos ,
only $1.50 per dozen—The Gerkins Studio
Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a i
clear head, an active brain, a strong vig- 1
orous body—makes him fit for the battle
of life. 1
A grand musical will be held in the
Frostburg Opera House on the evening of
Wednesday, August 30, under the aus- (
■fliesi af*S t. Mb's ' ““
Grand Architect Arthur H. Goodwin ]
and Grand Secretary Elmer Bernhard, of (
Baltimore, paid an official visit to Moun
tain City Lodge, No. 27, I. O. M.. on Fri- ]
day night, August 25th.
The foundation for the new Graham- ’
town public school building is completed ’
and the carpenters will push their work j
so that the building will be ready when 1
the school terms begins.
Miss Clara Poole, who was committed
to jail in default of S3OO bond to await the
action of the grand jury on the charge of
obtaining money on false pretense by ,
Magistrate Chambers, was released Sat
urday on a writ of habeas corpus.
A Texas girl advertised for a husband
and got him. The total expenses for ad
vertising, wedding outfit, etc., were Jsll.
Within a year he died, leaving her an in
surance policy of SIO,OOO. And yet there
are business men in Frostburg who will
tell you it don’t pay to advertise.
A car load of crushed cinders was re
ceived here Tuesday, from the crusher at
Mt. Savage. This will be used on what is
known as the mine road, leading down to
the Consolidation mines. This road has
been damaged considerably at times by
the caving in of the Union mines.
The work is being pused very rapidly
toward completion of the improvements
at the foot of Grant street on the Cum
berland and Westernport Electric Rail
way by the gentlemen in charge, which
will elimate the danger of traveling con
siderably over that division of the road.
Mr. James Martin of Pekin was serious
ly injured while returning home from
work the other day. The cars they were
riding on ran away and when Mr. Martin
jumped from the car he broke his leg.
Dr. J. O. Bullock, of Lonaconing, was
immediately summoned, who rendered
medical attention.
The sewer along Union street above
Bowery has been completed and Street
Supervisor Morgan and his force of men
are now busily engaged in pushing to
1 completion the one along East Main street,
which has long been needed and will no
i doubt be very much appreciated by the
, residents of that part of the city.
The Consolidation Coal company offers
for sale a number ot exceptionally fine
i lots near town. They crown the crest
l which parallels “Eckhart Flat” on the
: north side of the National pike, and are
the best sites for dwellings on ground
that could have been selected as the foun-
dation of Frostburg in the first place.
Rev. John J. Brady, son of Mrs. James
Brady, of Lonaconing, who is located at
1 Renova, Pa., preached at St. Joseph’s
. church Sunday, taking for his text, “If
t thou wil’t have life everlasting thou must
persev< v 'i to the end.” Father Brady de
livered i. ? sermon in an impressive and
eloquent manner, and was listened to by
3 an unusallv large congregation,
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j The social committee of Frostburg
Chapter, 1870, Epworth League, affiiliated
with First M. E. church, have prepared a
very uniqe entertainment for the evening
'* of September 6. It is called “A Trip
= Around the World” and from the pros-
pectus will be yery novel as well as in
structive and entertaining. The trip will
- be made in one evening, and a number of
l places will be visited.
> CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Congregational Church.
Services will be observed by the Bowery
1 street Congregational church the coming
week as follows:
' Sunday morning at 10.30—Sermon by
1 Rev. Ella Evans. Subject —“ The Mercies
of God.”-
Sunday afternoon at 2—Sunday School.
Sunday evening at 7.30 —Sermen by
Rev. Ella Evans. Subject—“ The Two
Wines of the Bible.”
Wednesday evening at 7.4s—Prayer
meeting.
English Lutheran Church.
St. Paul’s Lutheran church services on
Sunday as usual, the pastor officiating,
10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
All are cordially invited to these ser
vices.
Rev. F. R. Wagnf.r, Pastor.
First M. E. Church.
Services will be observed in the First
M. E. church Sunday, August 27, as fol
lows :
9:30 a. m. —Class meeting.
10:30 a. m.—Preaching by the Pastor.
Subject—“ What Is the True Sign of
Christian Disciplesliip ? ”
7:30 p. m. Subject—“ What are Sin
ful Pleasures ?
7.30 p. m., Thursday—Prayer meeting.
Everybody invited.
Rev. A. H. Thompson, Pastor.
St. MicHael’s Cliurcli*
St. Michael’s, Father S. J. Clark, pastor,
Father Joseph Nolan, assistant-Low Mass
7a. in.; Children’s Mass 9a. m. High
Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a. m. Vespers
and Benediction, 7:30 p. m.
Lutheran Church Picnic
The English Lutheran church will hold
a picnic, nothing preventing, on Thurs
day, August 31, in Wjnebrenner’s woods.
Everybody cordially invited and especi
ally the members are requested to be pres
ent.
Business Change
Mr. Charles S. Zeller, oldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. G. Zeller, of Frostburg, has
sold his tonsorial business at Meyersdale,
Pa., to Mr. W. Meyers, who was associated
with him. Mr. Zeller has accepted apr -
sition with the International Correspon
dence School, of Scranton, Pa , having
charge of West Virginia, with headquar
ters at Piedmont, W. Va. May he be suc
cessful in his new venture.
Daughters of Pocahontas
A large delegation of the Daughters of
Pocahontas gathered at their rooms and
made their way to the residence of Mrs.
11. Atkinson, at Borden Mines, where they
tendered Mrs. Jas. Atkinson a delightful
surprise party. The evening was enjoy
ably spent by indulging in pit, Sherlock
Homes and other interesting games. Both
vocal and instrumental music was artisti
cally rendered by different members of
the party.
At a late hour the visiting guests were ,
invited to partake of a bounteous repast
by the charming hostess.
Mrs. Atkinson was the recipient of many
handsome presents.
Temperance Celebration
The Father Matthew’s Total Abstain
ence Society, of Midland, is making
rangements to celebrate the birthday of
Father Matthew, the founder of the society,
on Tuesday, October 10th.
Excursion to Mountain Take Park Via
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
SI.OO round trip from Cumberland. Tickets
will be sold for train 71, leaving at 7:00 a. m.
and good returning on Special Train leaving
Mountain Lake Park 10:00 p. m., on date of
issue. Call on ticket agent, B. &O. R. R.,
for full particulars.
Openine of Frosthura Opera House.
“Human Hearts” a tale of Arkansas
life was a feature at the reopening of the
Frostburg opera house, Friday, August
25. The attendance was very good, and
the show one of that class which comes
very close to the people. This season
will be a busy one, and many high-class
attractions are billed. It is the intention
of the management to produce the very
highest class of Vaudeville, and dramatic
shows on the road. To do this citizens
of this vicinity should show their appre.
ciation by a liberal patronage, and we are
confident that Messrs. Hitchins and Por
ter will leave nothing undone to give
their patrons as good attractions in Frost
burg as they can witness in Cumberland.
Ralph Strauss Injured
Mr. Ralph Strauss met with a painfttl'
accident Wednesday, at Washington mine
No. 2, near Eckhart, while running a car
load of timber into the mine. The car
got beyond his control and in swinging
around a curve he was thrown off the car,
tearing the museles from the bone from
the ankle to the back of the knee.
Frostburjr Road Machine. =
The town council of Frostburg, several
weeks ago, arranged to purchase a ma
chine from the Climax Road Machine Co.,
of Marathon, N. Y. The machine has
been set up at Mt. Savage, near the old
furnace slag pile, where the slag and cin
ders will be crushed and loaded on cars
and shipped to Frostburg, where the ma
terial will be used to macadamise the
streets. The purchase of a machine to do
this work will prove a great saving to the
town.
Shield of Honor Visitation
Grand Secretary Wm. J. Cunningham
and Supreme Secretary W. T. Henry, of
Baltimore, paid an official visit, Wednes
day night, to a joint meeting of Eureka
Lodge, of Frostburg, and Eckhart Lodge,
of Eckhart Mines. The object of their
visit was to explain the motives for in
creasing the rate of assessment, which has
been entirely to low in the past. The
night previous they visited Allegany
Lodge, of Cumberland.
Flying Fisli.’V.
i Flying fish are very voracious. In
' their turn they are preyed upon by
, barracudas, sharks, dolphins, billfish,
redfish and a hundred and one others.
Nature has colored the flying fish pro
tectively. The back is a deep blue,
merging into the blue of the seas they
frequent, so that they are invisible a
, few feet below the surface, while the
j underneath is a dazzling white, and to
t a fish that looks upward must merge
into the light falling on the sea. In ad
’ dition they possess the unique power
’ of flight. Flying fish are about seven
• inches long, and the spread of wings
- is about equal to their length. The
1 “wing” is of thin, gauzy substance,
f having stiffening sinews, like the fiber
of a leaf, to strengthen it.
DEATHS.
Mrs. Barbara E. Wehner
f Mrs. Barbara Elizabeth Wehner, one of
j the most highly esteemed ladies of Frost
burg, died at her residence in this place at
! 5 o’clock, Tuesday evening, August 22,
s aged 64 years, after a lingering illness of
several weeks from paralysis.
Mrs. Wehner was born in Solz, Ger
t many, in 1842. She came, to America with
) her parents when but six years, of age. In
1863 she was married at Hazleton, Pa., to
:• Mr. George Wehner, and shortly after
ward moved to Frostburg, where she re
sided up to the time of her death.
She is survived by a husband and seven
1 children, Messrs. Fred and Albert Wehner,
> Mrs. William R. Gunter, Mrs. Fred. Fast
ner, Mrs. Norris Wetmore, Mrs. Oscar
■ Schneider and Miss Katharine Wehner,
aIL of Frostburg, and ./our sisters, Mrs.
Cornelious Scheine, Mrs. Jno. Heidenreich,
Mrs. Geo. Weisenborn, all of Hazleton,
Pa., and Mrs. Wm. Kreiger, of Irwin, Pa.
Mrs. Wehner was one of the most active
workers in this community for the good
of others, and at the time of her death was
chairlady of the religious work committee
of the Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A.
She was a very active member of Salem
Reform church, and her place, in the re
ligious and social work, will be hard to
fill.
The high esteenf in which she was held
was evidenced by the large number who
attended the funeral and the many hand
some floral tributes sent.
The funeral took place on Thursday
afternoon from her late home on Broad
way at 2.30 p. m., thence to the Salem Re
form church. Interment in Allegany
cemetery. ,
The following gentlemen acted as pall
bearers : Daniel Krap, sr., Otto Hohing,
Jno. Pfeiffer, sr., John Vogtman, Andrew
Lapp, Peter Knieriem, George Gunuett,
and John Ort.
The honorary pallbearers selected from
the Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A.
were Mrs. H. Duclunan, Mrs. Julia Cole
man, Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Mrs. John Arnold,
Mrs. Thomas Irwin, and Mrs. Arthur
Baker, Miss Minnie Hitchins and Miss 1
Sarah Cromwell.
The funeral was under the direction of 1
Mr. J. Durst of the Frostburg Furniture
Company.
Mrs. James Stakem,
The funeral of Mrs. James Stakem, who
died Monday morning, took place from
her late residence on Wednesday morn-
I
ing at nine o’clock. The services were
held in St. Joseph’s Catholic church at
Midland by Rev. Father Mackall, where a
high mass of requiem was said for the i
repose of her soul. Interment was made
in St. Mary’s cemetery at Lonaconing.
Death of Two Children
The funeral of the child of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Jack took place from the home of j
the parents in Grahamton at 2 o’clock,
Tuesday. Interment in St. Michael’s
cemetery.
Tuesday evening a child of Mr. and
Mrs. John Kyles died at their home on
Mechanic street. This child had been ill (
since the death of its twin about two
weeks ago. The funeral took place from 1
the home of the parents at 2.30 Thursday
afternoon. Interment in St. Michael’s ]
cemetery. ]
MARRIED.
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Loss Jon— Con lon
Wednesday morning at 9 o’clock Mr. (
Isadore Logsdon, of Mt. Savage, and Miss ]
Katie Oonlon, of Borden Mines, were
united in marriage at a nuptial high mass i
celebrated by Rev. Father Berkeley, of
Washington, D. C., in St. Michael’s Cath
olic church of Frostburg. After the cere
mony a reception was held at the home of
the bride’s parents at Borden Mines. They
will make their future home at Mt. Sav- i
age. ” •
McKenzie—Minick
Mr. John McKenzie and Miss Mary E.
Minick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Minick, of Garrett county, were -united in
the holy bonds of matrimony at St. Mich
ael’s Catholic parsonage, Frostburg, by
Rev. James P. Nolan, assistant pastor of
the parish. After the ceremony the happy
young couple were driven to the residence
of the bride’s father, where they were
tendered a reception and wedding supper.
At the conclusion of the reception Mr. and
Mrs. McKenzie departed on their honey
moon, which will be spent among friends
in the East. Returning they will take up
their residence just west of Frostburg,
where the groom has a home.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen Ex
cursion to Harpers Ferry
And return via. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad,
Saturday, September 16. Adults $125;
children 65c for the round trip from Cum
berland. Tickets good on special train leav
ing at 7:00 a. m. Excutsion will be under
auspices of Winchester Lodge, No. 430,
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, of
Brunswick, Md.
All kinds of refreshments, amusements,
and excellent fishing. Returning train will
leave Harper’s Ferry at 7:15 p. m.
Killed by Yard Engine
Mrs. Mary Keech was killed at the
Williams street crossing ot the Baltitnoie
and Ohio Railroad at Cumberland, Sun
day night, by the yard engine. She was
■ watching train No. 7 coming in, and did
not see or hear the yard engine, which
' was backing down two cars from the
1 rolling mill yard. One of her legs was
' torn from her body, and lhe other was
badly mangled. Mrs. Keech was about
44 years of age, and is eurviyed by her
husband, Daniel Keech, who is shipping
J. clerk ot the C. & P. offices; two sons,
Obed and F. W. Keech. and two daugh
’ ters, Mrs. Bertha Green, and Miss Lottie
Keech. Mrs. Keeeh’s aged mother also
’ survives her.
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The Authorities Were Rigrht
When the Van Amburg Show company
came to town they sought out the author
' ities and asked permission to run their
various games of chance in connection
with their circus. But to the everlasting
credit of our officers be it said the propo
-1 sition was turned down with a positive
“ No.”. This was as it should be, and
the authorities deserve the applause of the
. people of this vicinity for so doing, and
, show that they are trying at least to do
r their duty.
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1 Team Stolen
’ Tuesdays afternoon some one entered
the stables at Klondyke mines, where some
. of the miners leave their horses while at
j work, and took a little bay mare belong
} ing to George Fisher and hitched it to a
; spring wagon belonging to Wm. Harper
, and drove away. On Wednesday the
r horse und wagon were found near Ocean
mines, the horse tied to a tree.
ftSKDKDI
BASEBALL.
Thege Hits are Gathered from Various
Sources During; the Week.
BASE HITS
1 No more hot-air horns.
Perhaps the Cardinals want the second
hand pennant ?
Where will the next death-blow fail,
Cumberland or Frostburg?
The Pirates have been Sliipwrecked
not one of the crew was saved.
'There is no more wondering, wonder
ing, wondering in Cumberland.
The Cardinals will be the next to take
the road from whence there is no re
turneth.
Cardinals, you must conceed that the
Islanders are better ball players than
yourselves.
The Islanders must liaye a factory for
making “goose eggs.” Especially such as
are fit for Cardinals.
The Champions are nearing second
place—another week of good ball playing
will mean much for them.
Wonder what the fans and hot-air root
ers of Cumberland will say when the
Gardinals go last—yes, last ?
The Cardinals are reported seriously
ill and the doctor, at this writing, holds
out but little hope for their recovery.
*
We would suggest to the Cardinals,
when they play the Islanders, to use
“ slats.” You’ll have a better chance to
hit the (wind) ba’l.
Games Played.
Friday, August 18.
Lonaconing 00000000 0 — 0
Cumberland 40 11 04 2 0 x-12
Batteries Johnson and Guisbert; Tate
and Hart.
Piedmont 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o0 —0
Frostburg 2io 11 00 0 o—s
Batteries —Ament and Patterson ; Beall
and Bertrand. Umpire—Keenan.
Saturday, August 19.
Piedmont 11201020 o—7
Cumberland 00000000 o—o
Batteries —Daily and Maddox ; Mudd
and Caravieu.
Frostburg 22002000 6 —12
Lonaconing 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 o—4
Batteries— W. Spates, Bertrand and
Beall; Saey and Glenn.
Monday, August 21.
Frostburg 30022000 o—7
Cumberland 41501200 x—l 3
Batteries—Beall, Fay, Bertrand Spates;
Hinton and Reeder.
Tuesday, August 22.
Piedmont 00101022 o—6
Cumberland 00000000 o—o0 —0
Batteries—Baily and Maddox; Hinton
and Hines.
Wednesday, August 23.
Frostburg 01 010003 o—s0 —5
Piedmont 10000000 3—4
Batteries —Daily and Kauffman ; Beall
and Reed.
Thursday, August 24.
Cumberland 00000010 o—l
Piedmont 11000000 o—20 —2
Batteries—Hinton and Carriveau ; Daily
and Patterson.
Standing: of the Clubs
August £4
WON. LOST. PCT.
Piedmont 43 22 .662
Cumberland 33 22 .600
Frostburg 31 24 .563
Gerlach Was Acquitted
The cases, which grew out of Tuesday’s
base ball riot at Cumberland, were heard
Wednesday night in the police court of
that “village” and the result was the ac
quittal of Umpire Gerlach on the charge
of disorderly conduct. “ Doc ” Himmler )
who was also arrested in connection with
the case failed to appear for trial and his
forfeit was turned over to the city treasury.
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WHERE LUCK WAS LOST.
In trying to take short cuts to suc
cess.
In looking on the dark side of every
thing.
In overconfidence born of a first easy
victory.
In not working to a plan or pro
gramme.
In not being ready for the opportuni
ty when It came.
In sampling every kind of invest
ment scheme that came along.
In dreaming of great things instead
of doing the little ones at hand.
In being so disagreeable and selfish
that they could not make friends.
In waiting for somebody to help
them or give them a boost or for some
rich uncle to die.
In refusing to take the positions they
could get because they did not know
whether they would like the work or
: not.—Success.
I 1
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD
r
, A New Terminal at Foot of
23rd Street
1 Has been established affording a
3 most convenient entrance near the
' centre of the shopping and hotel
3 district. /
The down town terminal at the
foot of LIBERTY STREET will
1 be continned as heretofore.
2 Ferry service to and from South
t Eerry-Whitehall terminal has been
- discontinued.
i D. B. MARTIN, M. P. T.
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POLITICAL CORRESPONDENCE,
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tW All articles appearing under this heat
are inserted as “Political Announcements” loi
which line-rates are charged.
Wants Mr. Atkinson Nominated
Frostburg, Md., August 21, 1905.
Mr. Editor Notwithstanding the
candidacy of Mr. J. H. Holzshu, of Cum
berland, for the nomination for County
Treasurer, I desire to say a few words in
behalf of a candidate from George’s
Creek. Mr. William Atkinson, ofLona
coning, who aspires* to this position is
> entitled to the best consideration of the
Republican voters of Allegany County.
. Mr. Atkinson is one of the most progres
sive citizens in this section apd is free
from all factional alliances. His business
training and experience equip him for
the position of County Treasurer and
' his qualifications are second tonone anv
where. Ido not reflect upon the ability
of either of his opponents when I say
that Mr. Atkinson is their equal in many
respects and has probably greater claims
upon his pirty at this time. He is a
gentleman of the highest integrity and
standing, and if nominated will bring
to the office a ripe experience and ma
ture good judgment in the performance
of his official duties. He is connected
with no political or financial combina
tions or institutions and will not be con
trolled by any power behind the throne.
Mr. Atkinson will make a most accept
able candidate, and if nominated will
surely be the recipient of the support of
all Republicans as well as hundreds of
independent voters. Taxpayer.
George S. Philips for Surveyor
Under the head “ political announce
ments,” you will find that of Geo. S.
Philips, of Frostburg. It is useless for us
to say anything regarding this candidate.
He has already been tried and not found
wanting. Mr. Philips has served as deputy
surveyor and during the past two years
has held the position of county surveyor,
which he lias filled to the satisfaction of
the people. Mr. Philips desires the sup
port of all Republicans at the coming
primaries for renomination. We do not
know of anyone who can fill this position
any better than this gentleman. It has
been stated in some quarters that Mr.
Philips is not a candidate, but this is not
true, hence this notice.
PROHIBITION CONVENTION
Call Issued By Chairman JLitlle To Nomin-
County Ticket —His Address
The nominating conventi >n of the
Prohibition Party of Allegany County is
heieby called to meet at Miller’s Hall,
Cumb‘rland, Md., Thursday, September
7th, 1905, at, 2 o’clock 'p. m , to nomi
nate a full county ticket, elect delegates
and alternates to the State Prohibition
Convention to meet in BAtimore, O d
Defenders Day, September 12th, anu
to transact such business as requires at
tention.
Nominations to be made are, for Sher
iff, State Senator, five members for the
'House of Delegates, Clerk County Com
missioners, Register of Wills and County
Treasurer.
The attention of the Prohibitionists of
the State is directed to Allegany County
for several reasons. This is now the
banner Prohibition County in the State,
and our State Chairman, who is also a
member of the National Executive Com
mittee, lives in this county. He will
tour the Eastern part of the State in the
interest of our cause, from Aug. 14,h to
the 26th inclusive.
We should hold the best political'con
vention ever held by our party in Alle
gany county, nominate a ticket in which
the people will have full confidence, and
then get to work to see that at least a
part of it is elected. The people are
expecting much of us this year. There
is political u ' rest on every hand. Party
fealty was never- held so lightly, the in
dependent vote was never so large, the
liquor traffic never so hurtful to the in
terests of the county and the sentiment
against the saloon never so strong.
These conditions invite our activity.
We have protected our organization in
the districts and precincts until we can
come together with unity and force, and
we trust you will permit nothing to de
tain you from the Convention. What at
titude do you think our party should
take on the Suffrage Amendment? A
large percentage of criminal cases in our
courts are against members of the colored
race. The crimes with which the ne
groes are so frequently charged are com
mitted almost invariably through ex
cessive use of intoxicating liquors. This
is true in almost every instance with
reference to criminal charges against
whites as well. What is the remedy?
Come and give us your yiews?
Let us as true patriots respond to the
duty of the hour. Make a note cf the
date, arrange to attend and bring o*hers
with you R. W. Litti.e,
County Chairman.
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SOLD ZB"ST ALL DRUGGISTS.
HE WANTED HIS $250.00.
How a Resident of Westernport, It U
Alleged, Was Swindled by Sharpers.
> r John Elias, an Armenian resident of
Westernport, this county appeared be
_ fore Magistrate John Chambers, of Frost
burg, Monday and through Attorney C.
G. Watson, made complaint against the
VanAmburg Show Company, charging
e them with taking the sum of SIOO from
him at Westernport, on Saturday. His
y story is, that among. the attractions he
a found a sweat-board in operation. He
8 and others played until he had spent $lO5
- and at the last turn of the wheel was told
8 lie and another man. standing by had won
e $250 each. The other man, who proved
'• to be one of the show agents was paid his
" money in cash, while Elias was informed
e that his paddle called for the payment of
8 SIOO before he could draw his prize.
r Not having the sum he went out to get-the
J money, which he borrowed from a fellow
- countryman. He went hack into the
1 tent with a check but was told that no
• checks would be taken, he went to the
1 hank and cashed the check came back
3 with the SIOO. which he threw down, de
-1 mantling his prize of $250. A row was
l started and the man operating the wheel
! grabbed up the SIOO and several others
grabbed Mr. Elias and shoved him out of
tent. After telling the story an attach
‘ ment was issued against the show people
• and Owen England, constable, was direct*
■ ed to serve the writ and take possession of
two white horses. Mr. Moore, one of the
showmen, appeared and moved to squash
, the attachment, alleging that they did not
: owe the money, nor did they run any
' gaming devices in connection with the
show. By agreement, argument on mo
tion was heard at seven o’clock before
Magistrate Chambers. According to the
evidence and for insufficient reason given
by Mr. Moore, the court over ruled the
motion. The attachment then stood re
turnable on September 18. Later, one of
the show agents appeared with a Frost
burg citizen as bondsman and filed a bond
for the amount of the suit and costs of
same until September 18, when the trial
comes up. The filing of this bond dis
solved the attachment and the show peo
ple were allowed to take their horses.
The case was watched with great interest
on account of the many little intricate
turns in the evidence and reasons alleged.
GOT THE FIRST PLATE.
Johnny Had It Clutched, but He Had
to Let Go.
President Roosevelt, on one of his
hunting tours In the Adirondacks,
spent a very long day in restless pur
suit of big game. At his urgent re
quest the guide conducted the party
to the netwest inn the wilderness af
forded.
Amusement was created in the presi
dential party when the chief executive,
whose identity had been kept a se
cret, was given a seat at the family
board. It was increased when huge
portions of corned beef and cabbage
were passed from the head of the
table, where sat the host. The first
plate to make its appearance was
heaped very high. ~lt reached a small
boy and got no further. The president
sighed to express his envy and disap
pointment.
“Johnny,” exclaimed the host sharp
ly, “that ben’t fer you; thet be fer the
stranger.”
Mtic-h to the amusement of all, the
president seized the rim of the plate on
one aide, while Johnny held the other.
There was a moment of doubt.
Then the president, softly and with
a twinkle in his eye, but with inexo
rable decision, leaned over and spoke
Into the red, resentful face of the hun
gry boy:
“Johnny,” he said, “let go.”
Johnny let go.—Success.
Not Sufficiently Definite.
Mother—l told you to give your sister
half of that apple, and you have eaten
It all yourself. Small Son—l offered it
to her and she sucked it a little and
then pushed it away.
“She says you didn’t.”
“Oh, you mean that sister. I thought
vou meant the ha hv ”
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the skin of any sort instantly relieved,
permanently cured. Doan’s Ointmentr.
At any drug store.
APPUCATK FOR SAW LICENSE.
\VfHEREAS THE FOLLOWING
vv named persons have, in compliance
with Chapter 140, of the Acts of the Gen
eral Assembly of Maryland, for the vent
1894 as amended by Chapter 415, ol the
Acts of 1902, being Article 1, and as
amended by the Acts of 1904 Public Lo
cal Laws of Allegany County, filed with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Alle
-1 gany County, their applications for li
censes to sell spiritous and fermented
, liquors at their places of business in Al
i legany County as below stated, notice is
hereby giyen that all remonstrances
against the issuance of licenses to said
! applicants must be filed with the under
. signed- before
’ Friday, Sept. 15, 1905
MORANTOWN
. Lynch, Maby— County road ladding from
Mt. Savage to Frostburg, about 100 yards
east of the residence of Mr. Wm. C.
I Henkle, Morantown.
JOHN W. YOUNG,
Clerk
Baltimore and Ohio B. R.
POPULAR
SEASIDE
EXCURSIONS
Atlantic CJity
Cape May, Ocean City, Sea Isle
City, N. J., Ocean City, Md.,
and Rehotooth Beach, Del.
Thursdays. August 31,
AT THE FOLLOWING
VERY LOW RATES
From Cumberland
Only $7.50 Round Trip, tickets good in
coaches only.
Only $9.50 Round Trip, tickets good in
Pullman cars when accompanied
by regular Pullman ticket.
All tickets good returning 16 days, in
cluding date of sale.
Stop-overs allowed on return trip at
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wash
ington.
Ask Baltimore & Ohio Ticket Agent for
pamphlet giving detailed informa
tion.
POLITICAL NOTICES.
is FOR SHERIFF
,f I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the Republican nomination, at the
coming primaries, for SHERIFF 1 of A1
legany county, and solicit the earnest
1. support of all Republicans.
e JOHN N. FRANTZ.
g
u FOR SHERIFF.
s I hereby announce myself a candidate
e for the Republican nomination for
e SHERIFF of Allegan}' county, and solicit
- the support of all Republicans at the com-
J ing primary.
GEORGE W. SNYDER.
J FOR SHERIFF.
j 1 hereby announce myself a. candidate
for the Republican nomination for
- SHERIFF of Allegany county, subject to
, tlie decision of the Republican primaries,
3 and hereby request the support of all
r Republicans.
} WILLIAM BONE,
, Frostburg, fid.
FOR SHERIFF.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
. for the office of SHERIFF of Allegany
county, subject to the decision of the Re
publican voters in the coming primaries,
i I earnestly solicit the support of ail my
' friends.
john mcmillan
Lonaconing, Md.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the Republican nomination for SHERIFF
of Allegany county, subject to the decis
ion of the Republican primary, and I
earnestly solicit the support of all Repub
licans.
J. G. NICKEL
For Hous° of Do 1 pantos.
I her by announce nv .If
date for the House of Deieg,.ic.-., OU u
ject to the decision of the Republican
voters in the coming primaries, and
respectfully solicit the support of my
party.
JOHN fIACKIE,
District No. 8,
Westernport, Tld.
For House of Delegates.
AT THE SOLICITATION OF MY
Li numerous friends I announce my
self a candidate for the House of Dele
gates from Allegany County, subject to
the decision of the Republican voters in
the coming primaries, and solicit the sup
port of all my friends.
JAvtEs CAMPBELL, Jr.,
District No. 11,
37-trp] Frostburg, Md.
For House of Delegates
I take this means of announce % ( ,iv c- n
(iidacy f’T lb n> ” irmti" - member of
•he HOUSE OF DELEGATHS ft the R.-
publican ticket, at the coming irimarire,
and request the earnest support . f ell Re
publicans. x y
HENRY WRIGHT,
District No. 12. Frostburg Md
For Register of Wills.
I beg to announce my candidacy for
the Republican nomination for Register
of Wills of Allegany county, at the com
ing primaries. I feel competent to satis
factorily perform the duties of tiie office
and respectfully so icit the support of nry
friends.
E. R. GRANT,
Midland Md.
For Register of Wills
Having had considerable experience as
clerk in the register’s office in executing
the business coming before the Orphans’
Court, and being familiar with the laws
governingithe same, which fact can total-
tested bv fnany citizens of the county who
have transacted business therein, I feel
that I am competent and qualified to dis
charge the duties thereof, and do here
with most respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for the Republican nomina
tion for the office of REGISTER OF
WILLS, to be voted for at the coming fall
primaries, and earnestly solicit the sup
port of the Republican voters of the coun
ty in my behalf.
HERVEY W. SHUCK
For Register of Wills.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the Republican nomination for the of
fice of REGISTER OF WILLS, subject
to the decision of the coming Republi
can primary election, and I earnestly re
quest the support of all Republicans.
HARRY T. nULLIN.
For Register of Wills
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the Republican nomination for the of
fice of REGISTER OF WILLS, subject
to the decision of the coming Republican
primary election, and I earnestly request
the support of all Republicans.
W. O. HOFFMAN
For Treasurer
I hereby announce myse’f it cntidi : tr.
for the office of TREASLKKn M a.,
gany county, subject to the decision of ihe
Republican primary; and solicit the sup
port of all Republicans.
J. H. HOLZSHU
For County Treasurer.
i I take this method of announcing my
, candidacy for the Republican nomination
i for COUNTY TREASURER, subject to the
decision of the Republican primaries and
request the earnest support of all Republi
cans at the prima ies to be held Saturday,
September 2, 1905
TORRIS M. TWIGG.
For County Treasurer
> At the solicitation of many Republicans
• in almost every section of the county, and
after careful consideration, I have decided
to announce mvself a candidate for COUN
TY TREASURER, subject to the decision
of the Republican primaries on Saturday,
. September 2, and solicit the support of all
members of my party.
WILLIAM ATKINSON,
Lonaconing, Md.
For Clerk to the
County Commissioners.
I her°bv announce mvself a Candida e
for CLERK TO COUNTY CO w M ISSIoN
, ERS and respectfully solicit the support of
all Republicans at the coming primary
PETER LAHITERT,
, For House of Delegates
I take this method of announcing my
candidacy for the Republican nomination
for HOUSE OF DELEGATES, subject to
the coming Republican primaries and re
:l quest the support of all Republicans.
JAMES A. WELSH,
a Westernport, Md.
a—
For County Surveyor.
I take take tills method of announcing
,t my candidacy for the Republican nomina
. tion for COUNTY SURVEYOR, subject to
the decision of the Republican primaries,
and request the support of all Republicans.
GEORGE S. PHILIPS,
Frostburg, fid.

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