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   Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1906, Bedford, Pennsylvania                               LOCM. LETTRS. (Continued From First Page) Mock, of Si. ClairsviUe. Tbey also enj jyed a dinner a'. T umai Knipple's oa Sunday. Miss Edna Hoenstine received the gold watch and chain that was given away by the Clifton Esmedy cempiny as being the most popular young Isdy of Oaterburg. New Fttrlg News. NEW PAKIS, llareb. is ver- nal equinox. Rev. RittechouEe commenced an evangelist'c meeting at this pltca Sun- day evening in the Evangelical church. Rav. Gulden of the M. E church delivered his last sermon at this ap- pointment for the coiference year. Rev. Rudisill has returned from a visit at Gattysbu'-g ard ermiieticei a protracted nntting ia tbe U. B. church at Helixville. Harry H. La'shaw las moved from the William AcUms property to tiwn into the house formerly :c3upied by R. E. Call. Prof, D. M. Woad ra his returned from the property west of town to hia firm in Bjthel Hallow. Daring the first pirt of the present snow Een-y Mitchell aid sons succeed- ed in t TO grown foxes and five young ones. The snow ia the Allegheny moun- tain, h is is thirty inches deep Oa Monday huckster Harry Ling vta3 compelled t3 unload his prodnca near Crumb and return home. S. W. Kimmsl his som: Comb Whits L3ghcri chickens that are a show. They are bred for layers He is selling sellings of vary reaEoa- able, c A j. Karat Route Kamblinga ALOXG ROUTE Xo 3, March 21 White, who has besn around here for quite a while, hss -e'urned to hia home in P.ttsburg Ra'ph Sljger returned home from Johcs'own on Saturday, where he hsd baea visitir.jj his b'O'her Hugh. Perry Boor and wi'e, of Michigan, were visiting George Sliger over Sue- day. Joseph Weber and daughter Ger trnde, of wpre the guests of Weber several days 'ast week. Nicholas wife are bcth on the s'c'i list at present. C. Price, who had been con- fined t3 his room with a very severe attack of qn'nsy, is Rb'e to be around again. Mrs. Charles A. Wertz hsd a very severe attack of lait week. James D-enoing 's suffering with rheumatism. Daniel Dretming his oa the farm he recently pu'c'issed from James Dullard. George ia mcviig on the G. W. K-e- fa-m today. The Bjll pcop'e are put- STRAUB'S STORE. Is the place for you to purchase your Spring Merchandise. Our Spring Goods, in All Departments, are now on hand, such as White Goods, Carpets, Clothing, Shoes, Dress Goods, Shirt Waists, a Mattings, Groceries. Don't forget we are selling for a short time soap at 2c cake; worth 5c. ting in quite a the valley, number of 'phoces !.n bchellabarg SCIIF.LLSBUKQ. K'nzey can now walk without t'jo aid o! crutches and he exoeets to lefcve next to work at B'ue Knab. Mrs Jlsrt'ii ShtfiV, of Johnstown, is N visitor ia fur tt this writing M'- and Mrs. Gjorge Egolf, of near Minn's Choice, speat pirt of in our vil'ajje. William Whitmire, a s'achnt nt Mer- eersbnrg academy, ia rxoectai home this eveD'rg for a few dim' vacation. Miss Jessie Morria, a nt at Wi 1- Umsport sencrasry, home 01 Friday for a vrca'.ioi with her parents, Mr, asd Mrs. J )Kn Mirria Miss Pja-m-_r, ol the Rsek L'ck school, fp nb Saturday End San-Hay wit1] hrmc" fc'ks Mr Ha-bsTigh, Of Piras- antvTe, now a reaidr-t o' Sx't Like C.ty, Enihismr t or. Atmt SvUie Harbsuffb, cf ard Caarlss vid vj'a, of Scalp Lsvsl, and aud wife, tha guests of Hr. Ei C W-elsUm na Sunday Joseph Peeves--, the mereiati'e appraiser, ie on cur merchants trday Miss Ju'ir, Gulp, who hns been quite ill with p-jeumonis is batter Amick, cf Poirt, is -visiting at the hrme of Mrs. Cu'p. ImlertowD Items. IMLEBTOVX March Charles Itoler is on the sick Michail Harclerhode moved with his family to Sp-isjj Iss1; week. William Imler moved to our village today. Miss E 'zabeth Diehl is numbsred with the sick. Herrj Shutik recently moved into tbe house Taeited by M.o1 Ha-clerhode. John S. Im er is seriously ill. Mrs Smits, o' Bedford, is spending soma time with home folks Letter to John Line. Bedford, Pa. Sir: A painter complained thitour cass are too full; unhandy; spill. U's way we 't's handier not to be fall; but we have a weakuess far full measure. Oar gallon contains eight pints; the usual "gallon" is seven WeM think ;t over agvr; but we a fu1! HOT Enwt voiM you like a ga1- ioc3 wculd be the proportion Register's Notices, The following Administrators', and Guardians' and Executors' accounts have been filed in the Register's Office for con- firmation in the Orphans' Court of Bedford County, on Wednesday, April 18th, 1906. 1. Tbe first and final account of Georgn B Gorsunbt administrator of the estate of Rebecca STiith, late of township, Bedford county. deceased. 2. The account of S. R. Adams, admin- istrator of the estate of William Adams, late of Napiar township, Bedford county, Pa., deceased. 3 The account of A bram B. Morris, ex- ecutor of the last will and testament of Susan K. Morris, late of West Providence township, Bedford county, Pa deceasad. 4 Tne account of Michael E. Diehl, ex- ecutor of Benjiuiin Franklin Diehl, late of Coleram township, Bodfori county, Fa., deceased. o The accDnnt of John C. Turner, ad- ministrator of Cjlvin Smitb, late of Har- rison township, Bedford county, Pa, de- censed. 0 The account of FrsnkP Gephan, nd- of the estate of Isaac D. Earnest late e i Bedford borough, Bsdford county, Pa decea-ed. 7. The first and final account oC Albert Rgighnrd, administrator of Mary E Reigh- ard, late of West Providence township, bed- ford, county, Pa., deceased, 5 Account of R'ish Morris and Blaine Ba-efoot, executors of the will and tes- tament Barton C. Morri'', late of Pleas- borough, Bedford county, Pa de- ceased, (j The account of A. Sheterom, ad- ministratrix of Harry U. Sheterom. late of Saxton borough, Bedford county, Pa., do- ceasad. 10 The account of J. Reei Irvine, ex- ecutor of the last will etc of J. Frank Har- clerode, late of Bedford borough, Bedford county, Pa., deceased. 11. The first and final account of E.G. "Whitehall, executor of the last will and tes- tament of Jacob E. Ritchey, late of Hope- well township, Bedford county, Fa., da- ceased. 1_. The account of B. F. Monspeaker, executor of Jacob Manspeaksr, late of East Providence township, Bedford County, Pa., deceased. 13 The first aud final account of Joseph H, Mickel and John Oldhsui, exeeutora of the last will and testament of Hpiiry Al- baugh, deceased, lata of East St. Glair township, Bedford county, Pa. 14. First and final account of Ales. Orris, administrator of Frank Orris, late of Bedford borough, Bedford county, Pa., deceased. 15 Aczount of John B. Phillips and F H. Todd, executors of the last will etc of Henry S. Sill, late- of Bedford t.ownship, Bedford county, Pa., deceased. 1G. The first and final account of Jacob Nave and Randolph Nave, executors of the last -will and testament of George Nave, fate of Cumberland Valley township, Bed- ford county, Pa., deceased. 17. The first and final account of John M. Corley, ndministrator of the estate of Elizabeth E Corley, late of Juniata town- ehip, Bedford county, Pa., deceased. Ifr The account of Joseph Barkman an1 "William H. Miller, execi tors of the last will and testament of ISIBC C Mills, late cf Monroe township, Bedford county, Fa de- ceased. It' The first and finil account of Ro's A Long, admimatiator of the estate of Samuel B.Long, late of Schellsburg bor- ough, Bedford county, Pa deceased. 2D The first and final account of James W. nillegas? and John S Hillegaos, admin- istrators c t. a. d. b. n. of Jacob flillegass, late of Junista township, Bedford county, Pa., deceased. 21. The eccount of George S. Gorsoch, executor of the last will etc. of Benjamin Ball, late of Hopewell townsh p, Bedford county, Pa deceased. 23. The account of George Q Gorsuch and John M. Hall, executors of the last will etc of Cathanae Hall, late of Hope- well township, Bedford county, Pi, de- ceased. 23. The second and partial account of "William H, Mowry, John F. Mowry aud U. Markie, administrators and trustees of all and Pingular the goods and chatties, rights and credits which were of Peter M-jwry, late of the township of Jani- ata in the county of Bedford, state of Penn- sylvania, deceased 24 The second account of Jo, W. late, Rash Litzmgar, Frank Fletcher and Frank E. Colvm, executors of the last will and testament of Hon. E3ward F. Kerr, late of Bedford borough, Bedford cDunty, Pa., de- ceased. 25. The first and final account of Abraham Barnhart, expcutor of the last will and tes- tament of Ca'.hnrine Barnhart, late of Bed- ford borough, Bedford county, Fa de- ceased, 26. The account of E'la M. Little, ad- Sheriff's Sales, By virtue ot sundry writs of W. Fa. issued out of the Court of Comoion Fleas of "Bedford County, and to me directed, there will ba exposed to public sale, at the Court House, ia the Borough of Bedford. County of Bedford, and State of Pennsylvania, at one o'clock p. m., on Saturday, April 14, 1906. All o! defendants1 right, title and inter- est of, in and to a tract of land sitnati in Bast Providence township, Bedford county ajad state of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: On the'east by Mrs. John Lodge and Charlie Hixon, south by JIrs John Snyder. west bv Enos Wink, north by Mrs. Maria Whitfleld, con- taming 45 tiora or less, having there on erected one story dwelling house.not occupied, and one frame stable. Seized and taken in execution and to be sold ns the property of Annie E Whitfleld and William fi Whitfleld, defendants. ALSO, Allot defendant's right, titla and interest of, in and to a lot of ground situ- ate in Oaterburg, King township, Bedford county, Pennsylvania, bounded and de- scribed as follows to wit: Oo the north by S. K Moses, south bf AbrBhem Colebaugh, by Mrs. Abraham Moses, west b; Thomas Clav baugh, having thereon erectei one two-story plank dwelling house, one frame stablo nnd othar outbuildirgs Heizpd and taken in eTecution and to be sold as the properly of Heilman Imler, de- fendant. ALSO, All of defendant's right, title and interest of, in and to a tract of land situate in East Providence township, Bedford county, Pennsylvania, bounded and de- scribed as follows, to -wit: On the north by Fred Grove, south by William Grove, on the east by Eiward Davis, "west by Jesse Foor, containing 96 acres more or less, hav- ing thereon erected a two-story plank dwelling house, frame stable and other out buildings. Seized and taken in execution and to be sold as the proparty of Grant Shaffer, de- fendant. ALSO, AH of the defendant's right, title and interest in, to and out of all that cer- tain tract of land situate in BlooroS'ld township, Bedford county, Pennsylvania, adjoining landa of Duncans heirs andEi. 'ward Hair on the north, Charles Bush and .Edward Hair on the east, Calvin P Lirg on the south, George H, Appleman on the containing S5 acres and 1ST perches, having thereon erected a two-story frame dwelling houss and smoke house. Seized and taken in execution and to be sold as the property of Charles T.Holsinger, defendant. TERMS price for which the proper- ty is sold must be paid at time of sale, or such other arrangements made as will be approved, otherwise the property will be immediately put up and sold at the risk and expense of the person to whom it was first sold, and, in case of deficiency, at such re- sale, shall make good the same, and in no instance will the deed be presented to the court for confirmation unless the money is actually paid to the sheriff. Purchasers Tvho are lien creditors, must procure a cer- tified list of liens for the sheriff in. order to apply the amount of bids or any part there- of on their liens. J OB. P. I VILER, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, March S3, 1900. mch23t4 Prothonotary's Notices. The following accounts have been filed in tho Prothonotary's office, examined and passed by him, and will be presented to the nty nil, Court ot Pleas of Count- on Wednesday, the 1 1905, for confirmation: on Wednesday, the ISth day of Ap The account of D. P Wonder, Assignee of S M. Blackburn, of Napier Township. The flrst and final account of Abram .Barnhart, Committee of Catharine Barn- -hart, decsas.'d, a lunatic Inte of Bedford uorough. G.W. mar23w3 Prothonotary. CHICK Btarioi- lor young chickens for eala at H H. LysiDger's Bedford. FOB CDWS, young horses, end fat cattle. Vitally B. Wertz, New Bnena Vista. irar23tS Salesman. Must furnish references and invest One IV usand (81000) Dollsrs, in first clats cent Bonds. Silary and Expen- ses paid. Enperience notrtqaired, we business at our mil's. The Wheeling Hoofing Cornica Co Wheeling, W. mariete the shortage :s probably not in the etiesp- eat ingredient Guess we'll stick  t this i KI-. g i a free notice in tie s-h 'Ofrieter This is worth evera timp" price rf t1 e bills. At- homp nn West P 't street, f-n 31, at one o'clock M'ss will sell at public m beds and bedding, piann, e 'nking uten- sid-bifrd. cunboard, ehai'8, csrpfts m-t'irps. oak pilirg, tele- trrEph po ties, 1 CM pisia tim- ha-. B-x 154 Station A, Pittsbnrif, Pa. j n SB 2-1 1 Wanted -500 end Girls to register at Mew Employment Bu-eau, 515 Sandu'kv street, Allegheny, Pa. mchatl. Fos.SALK-i T early new. Apply to J. W. Bidenonr, Bedford. Schellsburg Classical Seminary ANNOUNCES Normal Term and Business Courses, TERM OPENING APRIL 17m, 180B. Pull normal course, literary course and courses in book- keeping, shorthand and type- writing. Terms for normal course 85c per week. For terms, etc., address Edgar P. Johnston, D. D., President, Schellsburg-, Pa. mar9w4 Store Heywood Shoes For men, there are no better shoes made. For the same price we know of none so good. Our spring stock of Shoes and Oxfords is here, and certainly very House Furnishing Goods. Only a few weeks until that dreadful house-cleaning you'll need lots pretty; The new Painter last, not so ex- of 1'ttle things to brighten up the home. treme as last season, is very handsome. Light weight leathers in Blucher and button; also medium and heavy weight soles for present wear. We sell the Hey- wood "Bunion" boon for the man with enlarged joints With these it is an easy matter to get a good fit You don't have to get a size longer than you need and you don't have any surplus leather over the instep. Heywood Shoes are worth 75 and H oo Carpet Chain Are you going to make a carpet this spring? If so we would like to sell the chain. We keep the -'Quaker Citv" brand which is fie best j ply, fine, chain on the market. The colors are extra good and the threads are very sir.oo h and uni- form. The present price is 240. Also all colors in wool and linen chain. Feathers and Pillows We got in a Mg lot of Feathers aud Pillows this week. Two grades of feathers best grade, which is half down, is worth 750 a Ib. The other grade, which is pure white live geese feathers, is worth alb. ard worth 7sc, goc, and 50. Perhaps after laundering >our curtains you'll find new ones are needed or new shades or curtain poles We make our shades here at the store and you can get any color or any size }ou want on  rt notice at about half the price a factory- made shade will they are much better too Probably a pair of portiers will be or stand the room may need new rug or two will help to make it more tnay want to change the carpet to another room and get a new one or a new milling for every item you may want we can show a splendid assortment at the very lowest prices. You will also find he'e pretty Cut Glass and China Novellies and ornaments suitable for center (able, side- board or mantel. fancy linen   wadding, hosiery, The pillows are covered with stand- lace'' belts, d fancy tick, weigh 3 Ibs. and are hooks and tape measures, darners, embroidery material, diamond dye.-, Mennen's talcum, perfumery, Carpets Fine Upholstering We are now, without a doubt, show- ing the finest line of Upholstering goods ever brought to Bedford County. Plain and fancy twills, Bagdad stripes, Velours and silk Brocatels and Tapeslries. All are 50 inches wide and vary in price eral widths and show jou just what the Let us our new we fe :1 sure you will likeoarseleoiion and our pnces We have the full roils in our large carpet room and can match uo from 250 to a yard. Some small to cover a chair or lounge or sofa. Lisk's Anti-Rust m- JL Tinware 0 The old saying ''the best is always the cheapest" is certainly proved when you buy Disk's goods They do cost a little more than the common goods, but they Insurance and Real Estate. WE LEAD THE BEST FOLLOW. Tbe Urban Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Bedford, The Altoona Urbin Mutual Fire In- inrance Co Alteon a, Pa. Some of the leading old line cash Fire Irsurance Companies in tbe U.it d States. Tbe lowest ra'ps, best crmpanieg, and prompt ad jistment of all claims, is onr claim. THB MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HEWABK N. J. THE NATIONAL BELIEF ASSUBANCE CO PHILADELPHIA, PA guarantee your inerme if ycu are lick o- injured and pay yon funeral Benefit when yon die, for a mail payment each month, WILL BDT, SELL OB EXCHANGE TOUB SEAL ESTATE OB BUSINESS romptly and satisfactorily. If yon ant to buy or tells property write 10. For ra'e land particulars on above write me cr call. THOVfAS J. BfOOBE, ?al Estate Insurance Broker. Bedford, Pa. wear almost a lifetime. We expect a big shipment of these goods this week and will be glad to have you look at them. Among thf lot will be single and double spray very necessary article for fruit trees. carpet will look like when fiuished We h.ive 25 rolls of Ingrain carpet on hai d ai d can suit every taste as to color, weight aud price. Handsome Axminsters at 10. Velvets at goc, 25; some of the above with borders. In Brussels carpets we show a magnificent line in green, brown, tan, b'.ue, ecru, aud grounds, ranging in price from 6oc to 50 a yard. Handsome Rugs from door mat size to room size, in Ingrain Velvet, Ax minster and Moquette Room size Rugs, 9x12 feet, from Curved stair pads, patent stair carpet holders The best carpet lining on the market 5C a yard. Carpet binding, needles, thread and tacks We al-o have the best family carpet stretcher on the 85C. A child can operate it. When you are ready to purchase your fl )or coverings, come here and look over our assortment, we know we can please you. JKitchen Utensils Nearly everything you need for the kitchen in white-lined ware, gray ware and tinware. Galvanized, steel and wire goods. Wooden vessels of all kinds. Tubs, brooms, wash boards, freezers, sweepers, brushes and ail kinds of kitchen hardware. On most of articles you'll find prices a litt'e under what >ou've been paying Groceries It is about the right time now for you to place your order for wHat sugar you may need for the coming summer. The maiket is very firm and indications point to higher prices. Fancy Cream Cheese, Ib...... JA Creamery Lima Beans, Ib o- Gold Medal Flour.....'.'.'.'.'. 75 Swift's Premium Hams Breakfast Bacon..........IQ E. A. BARNETT D- Ssara will beat Wecines- ay, March 23, when be may be cor- ulted on any trouble of the eyes, ear, oie and threat. BEDFORD, PA. IN SPA PERI IN SPA PERI   

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