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   Mail (Newspaper) - August 9, 1907, Hagerstown, Maryland                                VOLUME AUGUST ESTABLISHED Thtrt a Heap of Solace in Being Able to Upon a Well Earned For naontns Hagerstown readers liave seen the cbnstait expression of praise for Kidney and read about the goodwork they have done in this Not another remedy tever produced such convinc ing proof of 118 Randolph says I suffered weakness of my kidneys for caused by an acci when I was Although I recovered able to bfc my jrniever strong f grew nains across my loins gradually Jgrfew My Ttidneys aid the paBaagea were attended and forced me to rise Very fre quently during the night They were Ughly colored and if allowed to deposited heavy The pains acroit my back were BO severe at times that I was hardly able to stoop and for weeks at a time I was unable to follow my Af ter using many without I procured a box of Doans Kid ney Pills at Rudy Merediths drug They went directly td the seat of the trouble and I continued using them until I gave a statement to this effect several years ago and am very glad to confirm what I then Tlie cure Doans Kidney Pills effected in my has proved a permanent one and I nave not suffered any of kidney trouble since that For sale by all Price 50 FosterMilbura ngents for the United Remember the and no Tried and Fire Tested RRE iNfURANCE IcCOIAS fi la KtptMntlni Larfest Homt and Foreign In ftate KO Ho TwoTMrd Clause in Our All Kinds o Property atook Fire In and Beiiur Rilled bj Liffht nloc on and AiMtU Rcprtstnt About oo fam ProMrty and Dwelling are Imurcd Viry Low Hate for Term of Fftid McOOMAB Adjolnlnf Firtt National VTMtdnctOn Bt d Money to Invest FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES ON FARMS FOB TERM OF S Hendewon a FARMER ROUTS THUGS Otho a wellknown esiding on the McLanahan along the Conococheagce west f was attacked by two men at the foot of cemetery hill Tues ay night and narrowly escaped ser ous Bowers was on his way home out the when just as e was opposite the schoolhouse two men rushed at him from the side of he The one man had an open nife in his hand and made a vicious lash at Bowers cutting his oat open for some Fortu a heavy bill book Bowers was carrying In an inside pocket turn d the blade and Bowers was not undismayed by the act that two men were attacking receded to wade into knock ing the one man down and using up he other fellow so badly that they oth took to their heels and disap eared in the Owing to the arkness Bowers was unable to ecognize either of his STEAM SHOVEL On Fleming Farm Hill for New Cum berland Valley A monster steam shovel for use in emolishing the hill on the Fleming arm north of Greencastle has been ecured by the railroad and was hipped there and started work on A 35 foot cut will be re uifed through the hill for the new elt line tracks and in order to make tie cut as expeditlously as possible lie steam shovel is being During the past week a gang of lasters has been at work on the leming hill loosening up the earth o that the shovel can work eftective The wooden trestle which carries he new tracks across Baltimore treet temporarily has been completed nd is in A gang of concreters Is at work on he piers for the steel bridge which will carry the tracks across Baltimore Fire Insurance Hi rrnata Ni Asiesnieits THl OLU HOMX lotaal Iisorince Company Lire Ukturet tjtn and llf htnta at lowwt cot Victo ARMSTRONG CO 105 Washington St WANTS MOTHERINLAW Lawyer RetorU to Habeas Corpue Be cause She Stayt be ause his motherinlaw had left his Eugene a wealtny began action in Probate lourt to enforce Irer He resorted to an in habeas claiming that Bessie his had been ereruaded to leave and was for bly restrained from He amfcd a neigh as being responsible for Rob nsons All of the parties named reside in a fashionable neigh jorhood and are FAMILY A happy and interesting social event was celebrated at the thirtyeighth marriage anniversary of and harlton Fogle at their home at for which occasion a reunion of the family was arranged Including the host and five and twenty ive grand there were pres et at the joyous affair about flCty Among tne attendants were num bered Rogers and of Chewsville Miller and of Catoctin Miss Jennie Stoner and Daniel of and quite a number of friends from the 100 TONS COAL The coal chute and about 100 tons of coal at Shenandoah Junct ion were burned this but the the fire is not It is supposed that the fire started from sparks from an The or was of considerable size and was the coaling station for engines on this end of the The coal was dumped on the track in the efforts to extinguish the flames and traffic Trains 1 and 2 transferred passengers at the The loss is UNION PICNIC AT Hollowell union Sunday school plan to picnic August in Ber gers woods near There will be four Sunday schools represent ed including the Sunday schools of the Salem Reformed and the Leitersburg Reformed The Wayne Band has been engaged and will be in attendance throughout the Five speakers will also be engaged for the among whom will be Victor and Jacob Roeis RATTLESNAKE BITES A young daughter of Charles Young of Gardners was bitten twice by a rattlesnake while walking near the barn aid was The father after ward found the rattler under a board and killed the SELLS NEW Conner sold for Victor Long his new residence in Summit to Palmer Tcnnant on private GARIS IS DISBARRED GOING TO The opinion of Chief Judge Boyd and Associate Judge Hen in the case of the Washington ounty Bar Association against Adam an attorney of this for which has been expected or several arrived Thursday fternoon at the clerks The court sustains most of the charges preferred against ordering his disbarment and that his name be stricken from the roll of at neyfi practicing at the bar and that he is hereafter prohibited from prac icing in this While the result of the case was not unexpected to many persons yet it same as a surprise to who expected to be He said he had no comment to He has an nounced his intention to leave Ha gerstown and remove with his family o a new country to His objective point is He in ends leaving for there as soon as he can adjust his Much sym jathy is felt and was expressed for by lawyers and others and lis friends wish him success wherever hie The opinion states that in taking up the charges in their respective or ler that seven of the thattoe was convicted on two minor charges before a magistrate tnat while pretending to have an office at lis residence he used the corridor of he Courthouse for the purpose of meeting clients that he spoke with iisrespect of Judge Keedy for he purpose of casting foul aspersions upon the character of the latter and hat he also spoke falsely of Judge are The specifica tions referring to his conduct in the chindel divorce case for collecting money from the defendant in the Zejg er divorce case and the Artz case and hat his reputation for fldel ty and trustworthiness is bad are not That under charge two in the Corby the specification is sustained in 50 far aa the charge of collusion is but not sustained as to the Acceptance of fees from the defend and further that the specification n the Zeigler case and the Schindel case relative to the taking of testi mony and casting reflections upon an attorney in the are but the specifications where he Is alleged to have asked cer tain in the Schindel case or the purpose of casting suspicion upon witnesses is not The opinion in concluding says From these findings of we con clude that charges one and two are both Some of the specifica tions under each charge are not In themselves alone sufficient to prove unfltnesa to exercise the office of at but taken together their ef ect is strongly cumulative and from them arises the conviction that the de Adam does not now possess the of character and fitness required of an attorney of this and that his longer re maining an enrolled attorney of this jar cannot but reflect discredit upon the administration of Where good moral character and worthiness to be admitted are require ments of admission to the the os8 of such qualities is a cause for From all the evidence in the case are compelled to conclude that the is unfit longer to ex ercise the high functions an attor new at It appearing to the Court that charg one and two in the petition of the Bar Association of Washington ounty against Adam filed March are proven and that the Adam is guilty as charged in each of said charges one and it is hereby or dered that the name of the Adam be and it is hereby stricken from the roll of attorneys practicing at this bar and that the said Garis be and he is hereafter pro hibited from practicing in this WALKERS of Pittsburg James of Elmer Chamberlain and Clar ence of of the Overland Walking of visited Antietam Battlefield and Guide Reilly walked them over the They were pleased with their They walked 25 miles each day they were GETTING Downins injured eye is get ting imich clearer and he is beginning to see very plainly with A piece of steel flew into the sight some months requiring a powerful mag net to remove very delicate oper The recovery of the sight is remarkable and very gratifying to Down GOES TO Perry son of Mason and left for where he expects to enter on the practice of his pro McLaughlin recently pass ed both the Pennsylvania and Mary land State Board examinations and was licensed to practice in both SHOOTING A resolution was offered in the Chambersburg borough council call Ing for the creation of a loan of 000 for improvements to the light and water a sewerage system and street No action was taken There was much more than the usu al romance connected with the recent marriage of and Miss Ettie Shady A dozen years ago they were Repp lived near Clay and Miss Garman near Shady They haped to be but they were Some one inter Repp went to the estab lished himself in practice as a veter inarian and He married soon after he settled in the Three children were born into his fam One of them is now eight years another six and the third His wife died several years A few days ago Repp came east on a visit to He got on a trolley car Green So did Miss Garuian and her to whom quickly came sack the old engaged his iormer sweetheart in conversation and soon round himself endeavoring o persuade her to accompany him to he festival at With the eloquence of a lover he soon procured her to go with Other eveningsequally as delighting to them but only a few of for Repp insisted that his old sweetheart marry him and that she do so at Miss Garmau promised to be his bride after he nature of all she wanted a little longer time for her trousseau and for bididng farewell to old friends and cherished Of the earnest lovers in sistence won over the bridetobe and she consented to a speedy The ceremony was to be performed n Repp and Miss Sarman got on the trolley car at Sha dy but It was late getting to reencastle and they missed the That for the seemed o spell disappointment but the indom table lover did not allow it to stop the wedding He had the marriage license in his pocket and with his old sweetheart imited up a minister and were united in marirage at while the guests were gathered at the appointed jlace in Chambersburg waited in vain or the bridal BOYS BAD Albert who works on the farm of Jacob was ar raigned before Magistrate Rentch at charged with threat ening to kill Moler and his The trouble arose over a The boy claims that his threat was not se riously Magistrate Rentch re erred the case to the next grand PLACED Trout brought here for distribution were placed as follows Flaugh Lake Joseph Wol Lewis Spig Elias Troupes Leon Your Samuel Emmerts Mid NEwliUlTS New Suits have been filed by John Martin and Luther Rhodes against the Wl railroad for dam ages alleged to have been done their property at Big by water over The suits were removed to Westminster for trial and non Wagaman ii Wagaman are attorneys for the JAILED AND At a hearing before Justice in George Holmes was fined and half the costs and sen tenced to ten days in and George Holmes was fined and half the costs and sentenced to 7 days in jail for assaulting Koogle along uic road while he was going to Rohrers DIED IN Lewis a colored resident of died the county jail in Death was supposed to be due to epileptic Lee was picked up on streets hopelessly drunk and taken to the jail to be cared LEG While unloading a naif barrel of beer from his delivery wagon in Wil Gruber Castle stepped on a banana peel and and the of the barrel struck his inflicting a gash from which he is of the Salvation will deliver his The Slums of a Great in the Methodist church in Smithsburg on Monday August FELL FROM of was badly shaken up and bruised by falling from a ladder while No bones were but he is unable to Miss Alice Baker and W both of this were mar ried on July 31 by Keller at residence THRIVING GITIf the post and auth writing in the Democrat speaks as follows of the present and future of and toe beauties of Pen Mar and our valley I spent a recent Sunday at one of tire most scenic spots in this It has not the universal fame that some other places but this does not detract from its Pen Mar lies on the famoum Mason and Dixons line und overlooks the beautiful Cum berland It is reached by two steam and one trolley The view which eclipses all that I have ever seen is obtained from the observatory built on tire top of the Two thousand feet below this lofty spot lies tne fertile Cum berland stretching as far as eye can dotted with flourishing farms and cities df which the eye never One can look into three states and thirty tbe great panorama of natural beauty affording a treat to the senses which is not soon Tire mountain has been turned into a vast and almost fifty hotels and boarding houses take care of the constant crowd of There is entertainment of every sort for tbe tourist from tne merrygo round to shady nook and it rs no wonder that tired humanity seeks Pen Mar for The route thither took me across tbe Maryland bills and then over the gorgeous wheat lands of It was a constant feast for the eye and made one proud to know that this vast beauty spot be to his own country and not to he king cursed lands of the old The Cumberland Valley is among tne oldest settled portions of the stats and its history runs back to the first Blessed with every thing that goes to make life worth liv it is a good place to live in and the beautiful farm houses and well cul tivated acres tell a story of thrift and I stopped awhile in This thriving city can boast of four teen thousand people and is far ahead of its rival Frederick across the Hagerstown saw much of the civil war and entertained both armies at different There is push everywhere in the city and it lias the airs of a much larger The Pope Automobile shops are sit uated at Hagerstown and other large industries are located Freder ick money goes into the banks and stays but Hagerstown cash is all the time in circulation and does its owners and the city a great deal of There is a great future for Hagerstown for with its push it can not but become one of the moat thriv ing communities in the There is everywhere in Maryland that cordiality that makes a commun ity The friendship of the good old days is found everywhere and the Oriole state can give westerners lessons in From the days of Lord Calvert to the present Mary land has been noted for hospitality and the string is never taken I know some people who are so selfish that they are afraid to keep the latch string out for fear some one will give it a pull and open the But this is not the case in Taxes are very so tne people have no reason to If we of Ohio liad as low taxes as Mary land we would think ourselves ex tremely yet with her mod erate Maryland keeps up ex penses and always has a large sink ing fund on The rental of the oyster beds keeps up the roads in this state and the fisheries are If I were to tell you how large Mary land frogs grow you would set me down for a second Baron Munchau so I am ftot going to describe them only to say that a single one will make a hungry man a If you dont believe that just fast a few days and tackle a Maryland If you are uot satisfied Ill pay toe CAR SHOPS FOR The Newville Star says A rumor is if mater would mean very much for the betterment of our For some time past the has been dealing for the purchase of the Parker which is situated along the Big Spring southwest of and runs up to the railroad one field reaching as far down as the cattle It is now reported that the deal has been According to it was purchased for the proposed new short cut to Pittsburg and the making use of the old South Penn Another reporth as it that as soon as all arrangements are complet ed the company will erect its car shops in NEW LUMBER The Croft Lumber of has been chartered by the State of West The cap ital stock of the company is and the are Ra Oakland IX Meyers dale Doub and P of The company has large timber holdings and a nulling plant at FALSE PHONE MESSAGE GAVE PARENTS A and Lewis of relieved of great dis tress in a moat peculiar of Middle who had awakened from slum ber about 2 oclock and heard a noise down in the office and was sure she recognized th3 footsteps of the Doctors notwithstanding she was supposed to be in Still being convinced that the footsteps were those of her she quickly aroused tne Doctor and told him to go see what was As the Doctor ran into the hall to call down he heard weeping below and hurriedly asked what was the He was surprised as well as star when his mothers voice rang out in distressed tones Oh for Heavens one is it The still shocked from the rude awakening an dthe startling sit uation replied Why what is wrong What do you mean Where did you come from The distressed mother was too dis tracted to make any reply but Oh tell me which one How did it hap pen By this time the Doctors father tiad entered the hall and in answer to hig sons stated that tney had received a telephone message at 11 oclock that stating that one of their daughters at Heights bad died Instantly the son realized that a terrible mistake had been made in some be knowing that neither one of his Miss Emma or Miss who keeps a boarding nouse at the had died during the Sorrow was quickly turned in o joy and an explanation re ieved Late Tuesday night Miss Emma and Angie Lamar sent a telephone message to their father and mother at requesting them to send them at once a The man who ookthe or the one who de livered evidently got it very badly mixed and caused a night of distress and excitement for two Lamar said tnat when they re ceived the startling he and Albert a relative from went to the field after the horse and he and Lamar drove hurriedly to To make the message more who had just arrived at Bene vola from Middletown on told and Lamar that when lie saw Miss Emma Lamar at the Heights she was suffering with a severe Tnis led her parents to believe that she might have taken a headache powder of some which caused AFTER Among those most prominently men tioned as a candidate for Judge of the Orphans Court is Albert of this Funk is one of the best known men in as well as throughout the for the past twenty years has been con nected with the John Gassman now Hurley Stamm with his courteous treatment and gentle manly dealings with all won himself into the favor of the leading men throughout the and who would undoubtedly flock to standard in the event of his Funk has been a life long Demo and his name on the ticket would add considerable strength to and would undoubtedly carry himself to He is one of those men tnat can make a winning He Is thoroughly qualified for the position he seeks and would unquestionably grace the Orphans Court Funk was born near Hagers in and has resided here all his He engaged in farming until he was 25 years when he entered the mercantile where he has since He has never been a candidate for any HAYMAKING lEmanuel tenant on Springfield farm at gave a fine treat to his hands and a few friends on Friday after finishing hay Ice fruit and other refreshments were served in Among those present were Hoffman and Ran kin Preston Mansfield John James Staley and Hoffmans hay crop will reach 200 an enor mous CINDER iN HIS Lane is suffering from a very sore eye as the result of a cinder getting in it while he was walk ing up Washington Hum richouse removed the which had caused ulceration and gave Lane considerable pain and much in REINCORPORATE The quarterly council of the Ant re tain congregation of the German Bap tist Brethren church was held in the Waynesboro It was determin ed to reincorporate the Price and Waynesboro GATES The gates for the Philadelphia Bri gade park at Antietam Battlefield have arrived there and been placed in posi tion at the entrance to the tenacre near the Dunkard Sev eral members of the brigade placed the a double one in the center and single ones on the MISS SPIELMJIN Miss Katherine daugh ter of Wesley this and Sheldon of Ne braska were married on Thursday evening at oclock at the residence of and Washington st The cere mony was performed by Spangler the ring service be ing Only relatives and a few friends were The bridal party parlor to the strains of played by Miss Nellie O Promise Me was renderedduring the The bride was away by She edby Miss Genevieve Daniel Fpley was best The bride wore white Swiss and a shower bouquet of brides Her traveling gown was of blue The house was decorated win cut flowers and potted The color scheme was greea and A reception was held and light freshments and Huckins left at oclock over the for where the is and the young coupte will Thursday at the residence of Savington Hoffmaster Miss Mary Zim merman Clifton White Hoffmaster is a prosperous farmer of the Keedys ville Miss Sadie Hunsecker and William both of were married Thursday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage in WilUamsport by Miss Bertha Hoover and both of were married July 31 by MCDONALD Miss Mabel only daughter of and Ellis both of drove to Sharpsburg Thursday afternoon where they were quietly married by They were ac companied to the battlefield ground by and Isaac McDonald par ents of the groom Mae sister of the and and Charles who were witnesses to the The happy couple returned home in the The groom is employed in the Auburn Wagon Works and he and his bride are both popular young Miss Grace Burkhart and Daniel both of were married in Hagerstown on Wednes day evening after which the couple returned home and were tendered a lively serenade by their News was received in town by Douglas announcing the marriage of her Miss Elolse formerly of this and Frederick a son of of Prospect The wedding took place Friday afternoon in Phila The bride has been spending the summer at Sharon near that The announcement came as a surprise in social circles here where both of the young people are well The bride is a beautiful young woman and is a daughter of Hen ry Bell and a niece of Edwin MiVFebhtig is a traveling salesman fort Bond Paper The Gil bert and Nervin appointed by the Board of School Commissioners to audit the accounts of the at his made their which we herewith It shows that tne have been economically managed and the money received disbursed in a business like and careful manner con sistant with tne proper conduct of the and leaves a good bal ance to meet current expenses after paying many expenditures for new Surrey Stepped Off Moving Susan an aged lady of attempted to alight from a moving trolley car and was thrown to the Excepting a severe ner vous shock the only injury she sus tained was au abrasion of the fore FOP a bad stomach is Stomach Bitters and one bottle will convince you beyond all doubt that this is It is an medicine and has a reputation of 54 years Hostetters Stomach Bitten is therefore the friend of every matt or woman suffering from Poor Appft Sick Diarrhoea or   

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