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   Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - November 16, 1917, Bedford, Pennsylvania                               CIJSAN CONSERVATIVE PROGRESSIVE GAZS VOLUME 113, No. 5. BEDFORD, PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1917 ES'17 PEISOML ion EMERGENCY AID AND NAVY LEAGUE NOTES Arrival.' and Departures of Residents and Visitors IN IHE SOCIAL WORLD The Column Everybody About Your Friends and Neigh- and There. Lights For The Dark Hour Dear Chairman: The Emergency Aid has establish- ed a new committee to be called the' "Soldiers' and Sailors' Bureau." This committee has been establish- j as u rtottUU numberless appeals j from the Army camps. The purpose of the Bureau is to give to Pennsyl- vania soldiers in camp information as to how their needs in connection with Miss Mary Beckley of St matters, insurance, business or PHILADELPHIA October 1917. lhe outbreak the world-war have the forces of freedom and light been so much in need of inspiriting as now The Italy by the overwhelming German power, coming .Russia definitely assumes the character of a positive S ve to- tlle allied cause' must shock, momentarily, at the stout- est courage. i fan .De no thought of quitting or talk of compromise. The spirit must animate the American people and 'those others who to this ers wo o s timp have borne so- much more heroic part than is indentical with the ville is visiting relatives in Bedford. Henry W. CogaBrtoTHopewell Twp., spent several days in Bedford this week. Mr. McClellan Jay, of Piney Creek, spent several days in Bedford this week. relief can be met. In addition to this work the Bu-1 reau will endeavor to supply sweat-1 ers-as quickly as possible when de-[ mands come from the camps. The days." We were tired and worn out for lack those awful Virginia swamps. I was bivouacked on the banks of the Rappahdnnock. The victorious enemy of us. Even retreat seemed cut off. _ I turned to the man next to sweaters for the men. No assoeia- Mr. and Mrs. Win. Beegle of Ev- I tion is able to cope with the situation erett spent Sunday with relatives in -Bedford. Robert C. Smith, Point was Aid to make a special appeal to their Emergency Aid has daily the most and homesick, I turned to tne man next to me He was a urgent appeals from the officers ureen mountaineer, shaking with ague from the fever-swamps think we can ever he asked nodded, and thru his ague-chattering teeth he said: and for this reason the Bureau urges all the chairmen of the Emergency Court convened on Monday No- vember 12th, 1917, at 10.00 a. m. with all Judges present. William Brice, Jr., was appointed foreman of the Grand Jury. Estate of George R. Ling de- ceased; report of E.D. Claar. Audit- or filed and confirmed nisi. Estate of William P. Cromwell, de- ceased; return of sale filed and con- firmed nisi. Town Talk and Neighb Tersely MANY ITEMS GPL_ Gleaned From VarloCKBURN Little Points" Vigilant A baby girl' was bor Mrs. Raymond Burke Su, Mr. Frank Grove of Estate of R. R. McCreary deceas-' served as a Grand Juror thyoTroB g-g-got to.' 'We friends in Bedford on members to begin to knit sweaters at once, and to finish them as Quickly sPim ana as possible. The -Emergency Aid greeting his ri uesday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Metzger of New Enterprise visited relatives in Bed- ford Sunday. Miss Marsha Weisel has returned from a four week's visit with friends in Pittsburgh. Mrs. D. W. B. Mann and son, of Altoona were callers at the Gazette office Saturday. -feels that every member should knit at least one sweater during the next three weeks. The situation is ex- ceedingly serious, and there will be great suffering if it is not met promptly. All knitted articles intended for the soldiers in camps should be ad- dressed to Mrs. Clarence Clark, Sold- Squire George R. Imler of Wood- iers' and Sailors' Bureau of the Emer bury-was a business visitor to Bed-isency Aid, T428 Walnut Street. ford on Tuesday. Mr. D. W. Snyder of Cumberland, Md., is greeting his many friends in Bedford this week. Mr. C. C. Brumbaugh of New En- terprise, was a business visitor to Bedford on Tuesday. Captain Josiah Hissong of Point was transacting business in Bedford Tuesday. x Mrs. Geo. Mardorffl and daughter, Edna, spent a few days shopping last in Cumberland, Md., Mr. and Mrs. 'D. W. Prosser are visiting at the-home of Mr. and Mrs. Judward Prosser in Bedford Twp. Lieutenant J. Schell Ridenour spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and J. W. Ridenour Mr. Griffin Hammer of Pittsburgh arrived Thursday to attend, the funer- al of his little brother, Ned Hammer. Mr. and G. Smith of Pitts- burgh motored to Bedford and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Cess- na. Mr. Geo. W. Taylor, Proprietor of the Grand View Hotel, Saxton, Pa., made us a business call this week while serving as juryman. Yours very'truly, C. H. ELLIS, Secretary protem Soldiers' Sailors' Bureau. (Mrs. William S. Ellis) PHILADELPHIA November 8, 1917. Miss Cora McGirr, Chairman, Comforts Com., Navy League, Bedford, Pa. My dear Miss McGirr: The, box of garments sent by you on the Sth-instant has been received, for which accept our sincere thanks. Also extend our-thanks to the diff- erent sections that have contributed their share. As the weather gets colder the de- mands for these garments become greater, and it makes us very happy to be able to fill these needs by just such contributions as yours. Very truly yours, MRS. MONCURE ROBINSO.ft Chairman for the State of Penna. The ladies of the Emergency Aid mati-m- wnaf ''We g-g-got to" lick the Germans. And no matlel our economic advantages or how much longer our resources :nless there is among the men in the fighting ranks the to go through to the end. the it will ttirvsA nf f and Pennsylvania, in common _ those of the nation, will hear much about the Y M C A WP have of Vermont soldfei because we r ihTS YM Bok confessed to a prejudice against the i. m. o. A. J or a long time the name had borne to him a suggestion of Piousness He had imagined that the Yr M. C. A. meant somltwlg a Httle ncUned to the wishy-washy. It was apart from the rough and tumble of PerllaPS to cant in young and pliable minds But the war, which is changing'our thought on so many subjects had changed his on the Y. M. C. A. Mr; Bok has learned as so many others are learning that the Y. M. C.'A. in'the war is not pious, TB place forjsant, that it is not cold, nor aloof, nor theological. That it is the factor with which the soldier comes in contact fhaVany other" agJucT' and 6fflCiellt Said a man to a young inveterate cigarette smoker now in a training camp: Jack, how do you get your "No trouble at all said Jack. "I get all I want at the Y. M. C. A., and I buy 'em 2 cents a box cheaper than I could get 'em here in the city a million other Jacks are this day getting their rl n A! HA 4- i _ Senator McNichol of Philadelphia, jand Navy League of Bedford County died at the home of his son Wednes- have certainly done their "bit" in the number of knitted garments al- day morning, death being due by dilation of the heart. Sergeants Joe Heit and Oscar. Whetstone of Camp Hancock, Augus- j ferent branch organizations have ta, Ga., are spending several days been rencently shipped: on a furlough with Bedford relatives November 12, 1917, sixth ship- cigarettes and everything else thatIppToximates home comfort from the f M. u A. snacks in the traininsr eamns in the TTnitAri Sfotcc, firing lines in France. training camps in the United States and on the If Jack wants a needle and thread or a box of chocolates or the Quar- terly Review or to cash a check or to see a movie or to write a letter or a How about you aak. Well, if, he wants religion, it is there for him, but if he doesn't want it he doesn't have to take it any more than he has to take chewing tobacco if his taste is for 6andy. They are all there at his command. And if it is religion he wants, why that, too is there in infinite variety. If he is a Jew, he will find the approved Jewish M- C' A- iS a he Can The Y. M. C. A. is teaching the men tossing; it is teaching them to box- it is teaching them to play football; it is teaching thousands of them to read and write English. In one camp near Philadelphia the Y M C A maintains athletic fields for men at one time M> C' A- is the last link that binds tlle soldiers to life outside tne fighting service. It is the nearest thing to a home that they can ready sent to the soldiers and sailors. in war. It is the last friend to pat them on the back as they eo The following articles from the dif- over the top. It is the first to greet them when they come back exhaust- Mrs. Arch Harper-and daughter re- turned to their home at Cleveland.O., after spending some time with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs J. B. May. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hetrick of Woodbury and Mrs. Frank Kalaf of Washington, D. C. spent last Satur- day at-the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bortz. Mr. Geo MeCleery, two sisters, Misses Drucile and Martha, Mr.Harry Steck and Miss Rose Bruist, all of Jeanette, motored to Bedford on last Sunday as the guests of the former aunts Misses McCleery. Mrs. Annie Margaret and Drucile Wertz and daughter ment from Bedford Navy League. New Enterprise, 1 muffler, 1 pair wristlets. Woodbury, 2 jackets, 1 muffller, 2 pair wristlets. Imler, 7 jackets, 3 pair wristlets, 1 muffler. Schellsburg, 2 jackets, 1 muffler, 1 pair wristlets. Total 21. Miss Cora McGirr, Chair man of Comfordt's Com. November 12 1917, second ship- ment from Everett, 44 garments: To the Navy League 14 jackets, 4 helmets, 16 scarfs, 10 pairs wrist- lets. ed, wounded or heartsick. Its workers on the front are continualy under fire, and they give up their lives with the same devotion as the soldiers show. T ---Miss Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sent to Camp Lee 11 jackets, 2 scarfs, 1 pair wristlets. _, ___ ___ ___ ______ Given to Everett Boys 10 jackets. and sons Lawrence and mufflers, 3 helmets, 3 pair wrist- and Mr. Moses Lippel, motored to I lets. Chambersburg on Sunday. Aside frgm the Navy League ship- of knittel garments Miss Mc- I Girr has been shipping each week On Monday evening at seven knitted outfits to the boys of Corn- o'clock in the parlors of the Grand PanJ L Bedford County. Mr. Denver C. .._ _ ner and Miss Maude M. Cable of i much these are appreciated by our Cairnbrook were united in marriage! boys at Camp Hancock: by the Rev. C. R. Allenbach, pastor I ARMY AND NAVY of Trinity Lutheran Church Mr. and Young Hens' Christian Association Mrs. R. C. Brant attended the happy! Saturday, Nov. 4, 1917. couple during the ceremony. The (Dear Miss McGirr: Sunday the Y. M. C. A. of the nation began a campaign for 000 to carry on its work of keeping the American fighting men happy, clean and courageos, of keeping their hearts in the great work before them of keeping them efficient weapons in the war for world-freedom and human liberty. Never since the war began has there been so vital a need of this work has the obligation been so great on the American people to promote it. It can very easily mean the difference between winning the war and losing it. We are sure that the people of this nation will respond to the call We are sure that the people of this city and state will do their share And those who give can have the assurance that they are helping their "own boys and our boys, now in the service or yet to' begin it; helping to put home into the camp and into the trench with them, helping to put courage into their hearts and hope into their souls; helping to guide them thru the hell of war and helping to bring them back home with high spirits and clean bodies, fit to be the fathers of the generations who have to carry the American name and the American ideals down the ages yet to come ed; widow's inventory filed. Estate of D. M. Ripley, deceased' widow's inventory filed. Estate of J. B. Williams, deceased; order of sale continued. Estate of J. B. Manning, deceased; late oi A full attendance the ladies' orchestra All baking establishments' ten barrels of flour or more a' are to be licensed after Decemcin cnml A chicken and waffle be held in the basement of es-l Thomas Catholic of the congregation on Wednesto the evening Nov. 21. Price of tickmake oOc. return of sale filed Estate of Charles E. Furry, de- ceased; order of sale awarded Bond in the sum of filed and ap- proved. And in the same estate the Bedford County Trust Company was pension at the rate appointed guardian of Emmert Furry e ate and Delia Furry. monm In re application for a charter for Bedford Springs Golf and Tennis Club; proof of publicaton filed Estate of Lavanda Ott Diehl; D. B. Replogle appointed guardian of Fern Dleil, a minor. Same estate order of sale awarded. Estate of G. W. Kinton, deceased; election of widow to take under the will filed. Estate of Hon. E. F. Kerr, deceas- of 17, per month from Octorat'or John S Treasurer crett- Bedford CoT Fair Association ready to pay all premiums at Electric Light office. With every county in Ohio reported officially 86 to the secreta of state, and the remaining two l county seat officials which have i Ed yet been reported to the ed; report of B. F. filed and confirmed nisi. Estate of Catharine Byers, deceas- ed; report of Emory D. Claar, Audit- or, filed and confirmed nisi. Estate of Simon College, deceased; i j T. Thomas Clapper and Silas Ritchey sPreads and turkish appointed appraisers. Estate of Uriah Berkstresser, de- state, prohibition in Ohio has defeated by a majority returns. dressing Ald Spie6e, late p, Bedford bute them to this 1 persons a" ergenCy Aid against thnt are Widow's inventory filed. Estate of Levi Shaffer, deceased; Ul. U L JLtLii -DtSl a i i ceased; J. N. Minnich, Esq., appoint- A "p ed Auditor. Any Person found Estate of James O'Neal, deceased; Pn fhlB. possession aftei order of sale awarded j out a license issued by ad all pe Assigned estate of'Adam Faupel; thP purp are requ proof of notice filed. And in the the explosives are to of th. same estate exceptions filed. to arrest and fine of Estate of Jesse Shroyer, deceased; one year s imprisonment The contributions of the thine fourth grade for the Belgium" widow's inventory filed and confirmed in our pap nisi j last week. They are as follows v Estate of Hezekiah E. May, de- 3- and Grade 4, ceased; widow's inventory filed and1 Marrisse licenses were gi confirmed nisi. Estate of Charles Struckman, de- ceased; order of sale of. real estate tJHoice awarded Kaymond Leslie Donahoe andving beenl In re Bridge in Londonderry Twp.; of Bean's Cove; Wm. I executor the Grand Jury and the Court con- ?llho" of and testament' cur in the report of the Viewers f of South-! Cumberland this week to Raliand, Bowser of Bedford and Qnfm> Appeal to County Bands By authority of the Secretary of i SAMUEL NED HAMMER Little Ned Hammer, son of Mr. and a body of 150 men will be en- j Mrs. Scott Hammer died at his home u ciocK in tne parlors 01 tne Grand J-> ui jaeaiora uounty. i j listed in this county, between John St Wednesday evening, Central -Hotel, Mr. Denver C. Wag- The "ollowing letter shows how ages of IS and 40 inclusive.includinjr i Fovl eifht He con- -_ ti---- i o tracted diptheria a week ago and was in a serious condition until the time T yet called by the Local bUt Board for physical examination. This body will of his death. He was youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hammer and was entire wedding party are excellent 1 received the sweater outfit yes-1 young people and landlord Yont had terday which were sent by you from' y uuimg me pen all things arranged for their welfare i the Emergency Aid. As soon as I j There will be h-eld Bedford County born April 24 1914 ing Unit" and will-represent as granting a County Bridge. Estate of. George H Knisely, de- ceased; widow's inventory filed and confirmed nisi. Same estate, order of sale awarded. Estate of Walter M. Bowers; or- der of sale continued. Estate of Elmira Irvine, deceased; return of publication filed and heirs called. None of the heirs appearing, a sale post partition was awarded to George Points, as Trustee. Assigned estate of M. J. Maust; H. C. James appointed auditor. Estate of Patrick Donahoe, deceas- ed; order of sale continued. Estate of -.Charles E. Welsh, de- ceased; widow's inventory filed and order of sale awarded Estate of Andrew J. Miller, deceas- ed; widow's inventory filed. hous1e occupied by Mr. Cd County! fam'ly on caught fire Tuesday morning J estate defective flue burning all_ non 'ithout dl cles on the third floor ture on the other two saved but the w.ater dul consid rgnj damage to the interior of the_house. SAMUEL BOOR Last Wednesday morning early, Mr. Samuel Boor, of Cumberland1' Valley, known in as "Big Sam Boor" every place, passed away, death be- ing due to heart trouble. Mr. Boon arose early in the morning to builc fire in the big fire place. He had hi" kindling and everything ready whei an attack caught him and he died without any alarm being given When the family came down stairs, Estate of Jonah J. Reed, deceased; they found him lying before the'flrebov order of sale continued. Estate of Peter Keagy, deceased; J amended petition for an order of sale filed. Estate of Pearl C. Delwiler, de- ceased; return of sale filed. Commonwealth vs Carl Garlick, place dead. He was 77 years old, married, and a very prolific farmer. He had the warmest heart for a friend and one among his warmest friends was Frank Fletcher, Esq., with whom he spent many a pleasant day. He was a member o fthe old the defendant-plead guilty and was family of Boors iu Cumberland Val- sentenced to pay the costs; balance of sentence Estate of George Petters, deceas- ed; return of sale filed Estate of Dai'id Ramsey, deceased; He is survived i .SVMZ jE parlors OT the received and opened the package I pleasing appear- j took Lloyd Price's to him. He was very thankful to receive it tainly showed his appreciation. Am- broze Mazzou is in the hospital with rheumatism and I will take his out- j fit to him to-day. It will certainly DAY FOR GAZETTE brighten him "up, when he receives and comfort. The hotel presented a ance. The best wishes of a host of friends accompany Mr. and Mrs. Wagner on their voyage of life to- gether. of the war i burg, Helen, Robert, Eva, Florence, __ ___ at various Alice and Quentin at home. A broth- points in the county Rally Meetings eJ" and two sisters proceeded him to where able speakers will explain the e The remains were taken plan of organization and advant- Pleasantville were services were age of beconiing a volunteer in this' Unit. j The undersigned appeal to the Bandmasters of the County to freely Commonwealth vs Margaret Wise; ley and lived on the home property all his life. His size was immense. His height was about f. feet 6 and his weight about 275 pounds. His limbs were about twice to three times th "'-f size of an ordinary man's and he a giant in He has twcflB, charge adultery; the defendant plead sisters living at home, Misses Amamte guilty and was sentenced to pay the costs. Commonwealth vs. John Albright; da and Eliza and three brothersmi James, William and Henry. He will be buried today (FridayIn, fornication; the defendant was sen-'The funeral to take plare at 1 o'clock? K. A Bishara ON MONDAY, NOV. 26 I The Gazette will print Envelopes, jjfNote Heads. Letter Heads, etc., at the following prices: Note Heads, size 6x9 per 1000 per 500 .75 per 250 .50 per 100 Letter Heads, 8 xl 1 per 1000 per 500 per 250 .75 per 125 Bill Heads, 7x8 per 1000 per 500 per 250 .50 per 100 0% per 1000 50-per 500 per 250 .50, per 100 these sizes and quantities are you want, write for quota- These prices are f.q.b. Bed- All goods will be shipped C. parcel post. Send your order1 it it reaches us by November adjust our presses for this that day and keep them ad- kuntil the orders are all filled. it and finds out the people in Bedford are doing something for him. The Emergency Aid is certainly doing a great work and it is highly appre- ciated by the soldiers. Words can- not the appreciation that the men are enthusiastic in their efforts 1 to GAZETTE INSTALLS ATTN- MATIC PLATTEN PRESS FEEDER l' Last Monday the Gazette job rooms Yours sincerely, HARRY S. BLA-TCHFORD. undertaking in the shortest possible time, and hope to receive from the I One of our most active units with 'a membedship of thirty is located in the town of Wolfsburg. These ener- getic women on last Thursday even- ing, November 8, served a delicious chicken and waffle supper at the home of theJPresident, Miss Stuckey and realized a sum of Through the kindness of Mr. J. King Henry who most generously gave the Iw to PK CO., Bedford, to A. T. Lyoii B. F. Madore S. F. Statler Emory D. Claar -Jessie B. Barclay Mary Elizabeth Metzger Emily S. Statler Lizzie M. Bain Amy G. Brice N Elizabeth F. Sell Committee. MRS. SARAH LOWERV at the house Tntprment at Burnimi grave conducted by Rev. tenced to p'ay the costs Commonwealth vs. Gertrude Davis i Bush cemetery and Clarence Burket; fornication the! defendants sentenced to pay the costs Commonwealth vs Ruth Davis arcl' William Hook; fornication; the de-j fendants sentenced to pay the costs Commonwealth vs. Fred Baylor, i nf ReploRle and "Elevei J THE REV. R. Z. REPLOGLE DIES AFTER o i nl fornication and bastardy; the de- Othef e supper. The Wolfsburg ladies have knitted 9 com- plete outfits. 6 were sent to Com- pany L; 1 to the American Ambu- lance; 1 to the Field Artillery in Another unit organized about the middle of September is at New Paris. This organization has reported some work completed each week. Last week Mrs. H. I. Shoenthal gave a (Continued on Fourth Page) o'clock Sunday morning at her home near Ellerslie. Besides her hus- band she is survived by ten children as follows: Frank Lowery, of Bed- ford, Pa.; Horace Lowery, of Cor- Henry ery, Lucinda Lowery, Mrs. Edith Mil- ler, Mrs. Mary DeVore, Mrs. Pearl Shrover and Miss Nina Lowery, all of Ellerslie, and Mrs. Annie Conner, of Corrigansville. The funeral took place at 1 ci'clock Tuesday afternoon with burial at Ellerslie. ed to a 10x15 Chandler and Price Job press and feeds, delivers, packs and jogs sheets from the size of a little piece fendant plead guilty and was sen- or a Mi.ler i tenced by the Court to pay the prose-i Rhinehnrf 7 attach-1 cutrix the sum of and W sum of per week for seven years. Estate of Carrie Evans, deceased: kind of stock from tissue paper to 4 ply card board. Smaller sizes than a postal card may be fed by a sepa- rate appliance. The first job that was done by this feeder was 2000 letter heads for Frank E. Colvin, At- torney-at-Law. 1049 notes were fed by this little wonder without a sheet spoiled and many were refed to test the registration and the registration was so perfect that we couldn't de- tect the sheet was fed through the second time. It is the sign of the modern shop and the Gazette has it. You a re, at liberty to visit our job rooms and see this little machine do Its part. Longenecker, o'clock deceased; order of sale continued. nf wniV-h j Estate of William H Diehl, deceas- ed; widow's inventory filed. TVT i T miee jears. Estate of Solomon Hershberger, cSV' 4? Johnstown in deceased, James Q. Hershberger ap- inmister of Progressive pointed guardian of Rebecca Hersh- berger, a minor. And in the same estate Jacob Hershberger appointed guardian of Willis Karns, a church, ___ ate a number of years. conducted a general insurance in New son; assault and battery; the defend- ant plead guilty and was directed to pay the costs. I Commonwealth va Charles Doclson, assault and battery; nol pros allowed j Commonwealth .73 Charles Putt, j assault and battery; tontinued. Commonwealth vs. Beever, f and b case continued. Commonwealth vs James M. Mcln- ixrPastofs'theme: "Over-, tyre, violation of weights; 'nol pros coming the World." thou with i allowed St. John's Reformed Church J. Albert Eyler, Pastor. at P Communio at 11 a. m. worship n-J p! us and we will do thee gocd. Commonwealth vs George Brant- j ner and Jacob Brantner, larceny; de- I Renloe-le COanty' a son of fendants plead guilty and matter re-i i. f erred to argument court. I ,r Resides his wife, Mary Anne Furry Commonwealth vs Edward Robin- MJ- ReP'ogle leaves the following children: Charles N., S. Arch. J.Leon- ard, Roy, Herbert R. and Joseph R They reared a family of twelve. Mr. Replogle was a Mrs Elizabeth Ober of New Mrs. Sarah Clouse of Iowa Ham Replogle of Dayton, O. Funeral services were Tuesday afternoon by the Fremont Watson, pastor of t Brethren church, Johnstown. Intej ment was made in Grandview cej tery. (Continued on Eighth   

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