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   Wellsboro Agitator, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               VOL. 41. WELLSBQBO, TIQGA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBlSlf THE COtWTY COURT, An Interesting Cue Over a Liquor License at- Knoxviile. Judge Cbannell on Tuesday at ten o'clock heard evidence on a rule to DEATH OF 70SEPH GLEASON, Deftth of a Fine Young Lawrenceville News. Lawrenceville, Oct. 9. Josep Gleason died Wednesday at his hom show cause why the license of E, A. I on Franklin street, Kennedy, who conducts a hotel at He is survived Knoxviile, should not be revoked. The petitioner, Rev. Mr. Miller, of Knoxville, averred in Els pettion that one Charles Pickett, a person alleged to be a person of known intemper- ate habits, and. at the time the liquor was sold to him, visibly intoxicated, obtained drink at the bar of the ho- tel ih Knoxville above named. It was further Averred that on account of his intoxicated condition he, while driving borne, thrown from his carriage and killed. The petitioner was represented by Hon. H. B. Packer and Hon. David Cameron and the respondent to the rule was represented by Chester H. Ashton, Esq., and Dunsmore Ed- wardSf The house now owned by Mr. Ken- nedy is the old Wakely 'House In Knoxville. At the license term of course last February this house was the only hotel there to receive a li- cense. Several witnesses were called by the petitioners to the rule to show that the deceased, Charles Pickett, was a man of known intemperate habits. To several of the questions asked these several witnesses, objec- tions were raised by the respondents to the rule on the ground that their opinion was formed only by the speech of a few people and that did not base their opinion on the gen- eral speech of people, Lee Pickett, son of the deceased, testified in brief that on the day al- leged, the 6th of September, 1916, he saw bis father and his brother, Ed Pickett, go into the hotel, and that he went in with them and that they bought a glass of ale. He fur- her testified that his father and brother were drunk On another oc- casion he saw them go into the hotel again and later saw them -and thev both were intoxicated. Mrs. Charles Picke'tt, widow of the deceased, in her testimony testified that before he left the house that morning he had been and on cross examination as to how much he .had with him at that time, testi- fied that be had about a pint. She next saw him when he lay the lounge at the house In an unconscious condition. Three bottles, two quarts and one pint, were produced and of- fered in evidence. Mrs. Pickett tes- tified that these bottles were taken from the person of the decedent. Other witnesses were sworn who testified as to the condition of Chas Pickett as the} saw him about the streets that dav. These winesses al- so testified as to the reputation of the decedent by the speech of people, as to his reputation for being a per- son of known intemperate habits. The bartender pf the hotel was sworn by tbe respondent, and he tes- tified that he did sell liquor to the parties, on that day, but that they were not Intoxicated, and that was all that was sold them that dav. Other witnesses were sworn who testified that they did not know the deceased to be a person of known intemperate habits Tbe case was adjourned to Mondaj, October 16, when argument will be bad On Mondai Judge Channell sen- j tenced Herman Gillespie. who was I convicted at the last term of break- ing into a car and larcem, for the term of not less than one A ear nor more than ten, Andrew Smith who of pneumonia Jfant, his parents, and two brothers The. funeral'was held Saturday morn ing. .Mrs. Joseph Gleason is very ill o pneumonia, at the Some of her sis ter, Mrs. Delos Colegrove, on Mil street. Eugene Beaumont, Sifd, aged aboft 15 evening, after several weeks' illness. He was the only child of Mr. and Mrs.-Eugene Beaumont, Jr. He was born in the old Beaumont home and lived there his entire life except when attend- ing school last year at Hackensack N. J. Mrs. L W. Inman is convalescent after an illness of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Howe have moved from Elmira into the Hilton Hamlin house. Mr. and Mrs. John Strassen have moved Lewisburg, Pa., into tbe Patchen house. Mr Weld -and family have moved from Elmira into the J. N, Hill house at the "Point." Jerome Howe has purchased the A. S. Brant grocery store. The Lawrenceville schools opened Oct. 2, with the following teachers: Prof and Mrs LaFrance, Miss Dor- othy Hutchinson, Miss Marguerite Ryon, Miss Elizabeth narrower and Mrs. June Reep. The township teachers are: Frances Moody, at Ti- oga Junction; Hazel Rockwell, East Lawrence; Norman Ryon, Jr., Cole- grove; Ernest Stoddard, Mapes; Dor- othy Rockwell, Grinell school. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian church served a New England supper at Fred Preston's, on route I, Friday evening Nine dol- lars was realized, and a verj enjoy- able time. Mr and Mrs. Emory Stage spent the week-end in Bingtyamton, N. Y. W S Wilcox was in Wellsboro Fri- day. Mrs Guy Andrews, of Knoxville, is -visiting Mrs. Henr> Colegrove. Mrs. Elmer Beeman, of Pittsburgh, is the guest of Miss Eva J. Beeman. The regular monthly meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Societv will meet with Mrs. J. W. Rockwell Wednesday at 3 p. m. The Peg-a- club will meet Fridas evening with Mrs. Rov Smith. The Home and Foreign Missionar> Society met last week -with Mrs. R. E Baker. LATEST FROM ELKLAND. Ouz Reporter, With Fad and Pencil, Picks Up News Itenu, Mark Redfleld has gone to Borden- town to attend the military school. Thorne Kenyon, Ross Warren and Charles Cornelius left Monday for 'Wenona, N. J., where they will also enter a military scho61. Mr. and Mrs. J. Laidlaw, of El- mira, are visiting friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Fenton were in Blossburg Sunday to visit E. L. Bailey, who is in the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. James Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. P'attlso'n and son, Therman, Mr. Donovan's sons, George and James, In Buffalo A very pleasant social event was the reception given the new officers of the Ladies' Club at the home of Mrs. W. on Friday ev- ening. Music and games were the entertainment of the evening. The house was beautifujly decorated with autumn leaves. Dainty refreshments were served. Ten dollars was the amount taken in at the bake sale "held by the Sen- iors of the High School on Saturday This is the first venture of the class to raise money for their Washington trip. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Claud Fen- ton, a son, named Robert; to Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Campbell, a son, James. Mr, and Mrs Nuss spent Sunflay with friends in Towanda. Rev, H. I. Cbattin is in Buffalo at- tending General Conference of the M. E. church. Carl Bailey, who has been in Hel- :ertown with two car loads of stock, returned Andrew Wallace has purchased the louse on Main street owned by Tom Gleason. Miss Florence Engbers and Arthur 3ehrman were married In Woodhull, Sept. 30. Miss Mary McMittds has gone to Wellsboro to reside with her sister. MOEKIS MATTEBS. A Social Notes of the Past Week. Morris, Oct. Delia Dodd 1 visiting friends at Bradford, Pa. Thp Ladies' Aid of the M. E church surprised Mrs. Bert 'Cooley b.y a visit to her home on Saturday even jng. They had a very enjoyable tlm and served delicious refreshments Mrs! Cooley will leave on Tuesday fo: her new home in Wellsboro. Misses Ruth Hart and Anna. O'Mal ley, of the Mansfield Normal School spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L W. Hart. Misses Laura Kilpatrick, Rose Bomberlc and Agnes Poncuski were shopping in Wellsboro on Thursday. A. Carlson left Tuesday for a trip to Olean and Jamestown, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Cooley Golden Wedding Celebration. Tne 50th wedding annlversarj of Mr. and Mrs William H. Watrous was celebrated at their home, "Maple in Gaines, on Oct. 3. A sumptuous dinner of three courses was served and their home was beau- tifully decorated with autumn leaves, asters, chrysanthemums and potted plants, the color scheme being pret- til-v carried out They received some. nice presents, including a num- ber of gold pieces Mr. and Mrs Watrous commenced their married life at the home where thev still reside Mr. Watrous serv- ed over three rears with the 45tn PennsUvama Volunteers during the civil war The following children were pres- ent Mr and Mrs X I. Strait and daughters, of -ftilliamsport, Mrs George Prick, of Wellsville, NT Y Mus Roj Cole and tnree sons, Mr and Mrs Charles Watrous Mr and Mrs Earl Watrous Mr and Mrs W. W, Smith and grandson Carl Smith, was convicted of the same-offense, for J anrl wife. Tbf other guests present a term of not less than one jear and a half and not more than ten Council Meeting. At the regular meeting Of the Council Monday evening Councilmen Button Dartt, Etner, Packer, Potter and Sherwood were present H. F. Marsh, Esq appeared in the irterest of a change m Courtland street extension to accommodate the new building about to be constructed bv the Helvetia Milk Condensing Co Tbe Council took favorable action regarding the matter. Ex-Councilman C L Miller ap- peared and asked to have a grade line established in Gibson allev and cer- tain grading to be done to the bor- ough. The matter was considered bv the Council The matter of raking the fallen leaves into the gutters was taken up and discussed, and it derided to ask the citizens to aid the borough authorities in keeping the gutters free from leaves so that the -water can enter the catch basins and run off and keep the roadwa% drv. After ordering the bills for street labor and supplies paid, the Council adjourned to meet Mondav evening, Oct. 23. at 7-30 o'clock. were Mrs. 0 4 Smith Mrs. .1 W Kjelgaard, Mrs Ira Williams, of Can- ton, Pa'., Mr. and Mrs F E Watrous and Mr and Mrs. H F. Marsh, of Wellsboro. Tompkins Topics. The Ladies' Aid was held at the church collections, Mrs Henri Ball was in Lawrence- ville Mondai to see her daughter, h the munition works Marshlands Locals. D C Smith and daughter, Elsie, of Wellsboro, were in town Sundav. J. L, White and Dillion, nd several other people, motored through town Mr and Mrs John Delill of Sun- erlmvllle, came down Saturdaj after Heir granddaughter, Clarissa Deltll. who has been visiting at the home of C E. Vermilyea for some time. C 0 Schanbacher and farnilv, of 'anisteo, N Y., naVe been visiting elatives here Ella Wood, who has been awav several months staying with rela- tives, returned here recently Wm. Wood and family, of Asaph, motored to this place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Maftison, of Knoxviile; Grant Mattison and fam- ily, of Galeton, and Howard Mattison and familv, of Watrous were in town Sunday, Miss Esther Parker, of Watrous, is working for C, W. Kjelgaard. C W Kjelgaard has been rather peculiarly afflicted lateh as one of his eves has been bleeding from a ruptured blood and -without anv injurv to cause it He lias had to consult a physician, but thinks it will not be so serious. An apple tree on C. E Vermihea's place blossomed recentlv This is something very unusual, although the writer has seen blossoms on a lilac bush and a Juneberry tree in the fall. and Mrs. Wm. Levine, of Willlams- portr -motored here on Saturday to visit their parents. Misses Ellen Carlson, Anna Ander- son and Maunette Welliver motored to Wellsboro Friday evening and at- te.nded the theater Mrs. Samuel Emmick is visiting friends in Elmira. Victor Curtin and Michael Des- mnod, who are employed at th-e Cadjl- lao motor works in Detroit, are home on a visit. Cottage prayer meeting was held at the home of Dr. R. F RobinsOn on Thursday evening. Fifteen ivere present. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kline and Mr. and Mrs. Elery Hart, of Stonyfork, motored to Jersey Shore on Sunday and spent the day with Mr. Kline's daughter, Mrs. E. Q. Crane. Mr. and Mrs. J, Kurtz, of New York city, were guests at the Curtin House a few daya the past week. A variety shower was Miss Rose Bomberic on Mondey evening at her home On Tuesday evening Miss Bomberic and Vincent of Blossburg., will be married at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Immediately after the ceremony a reception will be held at the home of the parents a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Rotusfci will be at home at Blossburg, where Mr. Rotuski is engaged in the grocerv business. Farmington Pacts. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Erwav and Mrs Marion Clark, pf near Little Marsh, spent Sundaj with Mr. and Mrs Frank Weeks. Mrs Charles Palmer returned home Friday from where she has spent the past four weeks She is much Improved in health Mrs Ira of Elkland spent a couple of last week at her farm here Mrs Mourey has had the barn repaired and now has an up-to- date dairy barn. Mrs. Tackson, of Addison, is visit- ing friends here Lee Redfield is having'a new datrv barn built on his fann..herg. When completed, it will dairv barns in the county The Ladies' Aid served dinner at Burr VanDnsen's, proceeds about Mr and Mrs Lee Morga-n have re- moved from this place to Elkland Mrs Geo Tax lor, of is visiting her daugther, Mrs Gleason. Mr and Mrs George Seamans, of Knovville. are visiting their daugh- ter Mrs Eva Teaphman LEETONIA LOCALS. News of the Past Few Days from That Vicinity, Leetonia, Ocf and Mrs. F. J. Campbell and daughter, Mary, mo- tdred to Wellsboro and Mansfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hare motored out of town. Sunday. Garland. Mann returned to Mans- field Saturday, where will attend High School. Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Pratt and daughter, Elda, and Mrs. J. P. Much- ler motored to Galeton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loreftz, of Pigeon Hill, were in toWn E. J. Muchler and J. P. Muchler motored to Galeton Saturday. Dell Spiecker is ill. Mrs. William Sanders and son, of Marsh Creek, returned home Saturday, after spending a few weeks with friends here. Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Hare motored to Galeton Tuesday. Gerald Mann is ill. Arden Brown, of Galeton, is ill with pneumnoia. Rev. H. A. Harrlman, of Galeton, preached here last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hate motored out of town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.-F. J. Campbell and daughter, Mary, motored t6 Galeton Friday. Mr and Mrs. Charles-" Whitukker and daughter, Jane, motored out of town Friday afternoon. Miss Katherine Cherry, of Wil- iiamsport is visiting at the- home of E. J. Muehleri John Naeley, of Port Allegany, Was town on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Pratt and daughter motored to Galeton Friday. A pound party was held for our new pastor, Rev. Edward Porter, and 'amilv, Friday evening. Miss Bessie English has returne to her home in Morris, after spendini a week with relatives here. James Seltz, of Galeton, was in town on business Friday. John Schwab and Howd Kloci vere in Wellsboro on business Wed nesday Personal Cherryflats and Vicinity. Mrs. Wm. March visited friends in A'ellsboro last week. The M- E. Ladies' Aid met in the :hurch parlor last week for dinner Lbout 1-5 were present. Mr, and Mrs J, F Haverley visitec t Fred Muncaster's last Sunday. The Grange .held their tegular meeting last Saturdav night, with bout 45 present The milk situa- ion was discussed and delegates ap- ointed to Pomona, which meets in Vellsboro next wek, A splendid Ht- ran program was given, consisting f a duet, "When You and I Were oung by Misses Evelyn nd Edna Bowen. A humorous reci- ation, "The Downhill by Mrs. Frank Wcrden, fitting, forth the bap- >enings their way home from market, in which, the man was the innocent vic- tim of circumstances, was heartilr enjoj ed by all, especially the ladies series of tableaus was given, first, An Indian Maiden, Doris Patterson; A Western Girl. Eva Ford; A Puri- tan Maiden, Mildred Rogers, A Southern Belle Evelyn Bowen; Geo. Washington and Betsj Ross Mr Louis Corwin and wife; The Prettiest H H. Champnev visited relatives spent Sundav at Earl Weeks' "RlT) fTlQTW trttl and n Tifif r__ _ i at Bmghamton. Windsor and other New York points recentlv. He is now visiting friends at West Pike and contemplates going to Florida with them soon W P Smith and family and E H. Smith and famih visited friends at Sundav Leo Proutr is attending high school at Galeton and Stella Smith is board- ing with relatives at WeHsboro and attending high school Bavard Kjelgaard and famih ex- fieot, to move to Emporium soon where Mr. Kjelgaard is employed at Sherman AVeeks daughter. Mar- j Girl I Know, Miss Edna Bowen. An that, and Mrs of Elkland, I emoiable time was reported all Mr. and Mrs. Wrn Smith and Mrs Tako of Mrs. Jus- tfpe; of Brookhn, N'. Y. visited at Mr and Mrs James Passmore's last week. Mr and Mrs Ro% Demiing, of Ti- oga visited at Leon Sun- dav. Cass Lamphier of Mansfield and Niles Valley Notes. Mr. ami R. A Sampson daughter. Francis, and son, William, motored to Dundee and spent the with John Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Leon M, Buck spent Sunday at A. H. Buck's, at .Marsh Creek F. A. Stratton had business at Wellsboro Mondav Henrv Wedge and lasper Xilcs had business at Mondav. Mr. and Mrs. S. Baker, of Asaph, spent Sunday at Ivan Sweet's. Mrs. Henry Carson, of Slate Run. spent Saturday night with her sister, Mrs. R. A ii If not called for In two weeks at the Wellsboro Postofflce tbey will be sent to tfce Dead Letter Office. .Otls H. Davto, P, M. Mefr-acken Bros have purchased the storp which ocrupv A number of people from this placp attended thp Baptist Sunda% School and Youns? People's Convention at the Galeton Baptist church last Fri- ,nto it dav afternoon anrl evening tll Viva Card bad thp misfortnne one of her brokfn Mrs Charles Starr has rented her farm to Mr. West for the coming season .j Mr and Mrs Frank Hood attended thp at Butler Hill and took dinner withn the Lad- ies' The Pleasant ValleA school com- menced Mondaj, tv, enU -three pupils enrolled Mrs. Milton Cadv has been enter- taining her sister Mrs Pope, and daughter of Marsh Charles Churchill, of Deerfield has been putting down a couple of drilled for Baker Coe TTpham and famih in with Mr and Mr: Eddie Cady and Mr. T'pham will tvork the farm Earl Weeks hart P horse bartlv in- last Suntfai tn an auto running The horsp was in the road auto hit side, cutting I qtiite a sash Draper Doings. Mr and Mrs. Frank Olmstead soil, Frank, and little daughter Rose, o' Painted V. Y were Sundav guests of Mrs Rri Wetherbee Mrs. Roi Webb and children spent Sunda-i with ?.Ir and Mrs lames Burton Mr and YanVliet were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie TaUor, of Olmsville, on Sundaj. Mrs B. A Wacriner and daugh- ters. N'aoma and Nettie, are visiting Mrs. Arthur Butler, of Menerva, Ohio', Mrs. Nettie Vandegrift, of Wells- boro. was a Sundav guest of Mr. and j Mrs E. E. Krisler. Mr. and Mrs H E Willard and Mr and Oscar Root spent Sundai with friends in Miss Zelma Torpr spent with Miss Vhian Goodwin, at Mr. and Mrs J H Compton's Misses Irene and Phoplie Wether- I boo spent Sumia> with Miss Theo Cal- i lahan. it being Miss Theo's nth i birthday. i Lott Webb, of Wellsboro, spent several days last weel? with Air. and Mrs. Chdo Cnllaban. Little Marsh Locals Mr and Mrs D Ricp of Wells- boro visited in Little Marsh onp clav last week T H Ferris and famih motored to Elmira and Fridai j Thp bo sorial at L W. Rice's Fri- nicrht was a snccpcs, financially and eoriallv. I G. W Love, of was calling on friends in this place Sat- nrdar. TOP Rankin ami familv Stin- dai with Mr and Mrs Kpplor I Mrs. T E Roberts of Wollsboro j visits A. H Ricp wppfc Mrs Tobn Katon of Wpllsboro. was th-p srnpst of her aunt. Mrs Chas Satnrdav. Clara Sparling spent Sunday at D. H -Ford's___.____________ E C Howells and wife and daugh- ter Mabel, Thomas Tavlor and Rov Ford motored to Morris Sundae. Mr and Mrs Will Tohnson are visiting at Towanda and Bin-ghamton. Will Hoskins and family, John Pvm and familv, of Arnot; John Wilson and familj, of Delmar, visited -at John MoCann's last Sunda-v. Rev R .1 Reese of Edwardsville, is expected to preach at the Wefsh church Sundaj Miss JIabel Howells visited at S. R R6gers last week The Baptist Sundav School held their election of officers last M A. Thompson snpt asst. supt.. Lewis, secretary and treasurer. The Baptist Sunda) School organized a tpachers' training Mr and Mrs Chas Ilarkness and Mr. and Mrs T. J Dalies at T. M Reese's last Sundae. Tloga, Oct. Lockporfc, N. days witb relatives in T; Walter Leonard, of CaiMi ___, was a week-enl3 guest of Mr. and MjjK? T. M. Ure'lt. v Miss Myrtle Daggett, who Is teach- ing in Wellsville, N. Y., Spent Satur- day and Sunday at her home here. Miss Elizabeth Corneilius, of the Mansfield Normal School, visited friends in town on Saturday. Walter Urell, of Scranton, spent the week-end at bis home in Tioga. Miss Annie DePul 'Baldwin is spending several weeks with her brother, E. D, Baldwin, In Williams- port Joseph Krleger was 111 several days last week, but is better at present. Miss Winifred Hughes is visiting relatives and friends in Philadelphia, Willlamsport, and other places. She expects to be gone a month. Smead Berry visited friends 3n El- mira last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Saxton motored to Binghamton, Whitney's Point and places last week. Miss Anna Barwer, who has been spending the sunimer with Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Putnam, returned to her home in Portland, Oregon, on Friday. Miss Lou A. Bishop has obtained a. two months' leave of absence from the School Board, and will remain in New York during that period. W. M. Lawrence has been ill the .past week. Mrs Ulna Goodall and Miss Vir- ginia Goodall, of Mansfield, were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Camp, Harry Finesilver and, Mever Levin- son spent Thursday and Friday with friends in Elmira. Mrs Vera J, Benjamin and daugh- ter, of Bath, were guests last week of Mr. Mrs, George Dibble. The music pupils of Professor Wal- ter A. Graves, of Elmira, gave a very interesting recital on. the evening of Tuesday, the 10th of October, at the home of Mr. anH Mrs. Dan Berrv. Mr. Graves has a large class here, and their work this year is better, if pos- sible, than it has ever beea before. Mr, and Mrs. J. H, Eick have mov- ed to Bush Place for the- winter. Mr. and Mrs. James Cole and Miss Marcele Cole have left for their win- ter theatrical tour. Rockwell's Sunny South Co. gave one of the best shows in Wickham hall on Saturday night that has ap- peared here in some time. The mus- ic and dancing was of a very superior order, and the audience was unusual- ly large for Tioga. Rev and Mrs Francis B. Cannon and daughter, Rosebud Cannon, of New York city, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Alford. Miss Helen McCain has returned to teach Tioga scho.pl, after ents near Tunkhaimoek, Mrs. Caroline Barden is receiving treatment at the Arnot-Ogden hospit- al in Elmira for eye trouble. Mrs Dan Berrj and Mrs. Lee Deck- er gave a reception at Mrs. Bern's home on Monday night for their brother, Ravmond Graves and his bride. Mr. and Mrs Graves returned to Brookhn on Sundav, where they will make their home There was a meeting of the Tioga Lodge of Eastern Stars on Tuesday -.ight The Grand Deputy Twinkler from Williamsport was present, and addressed tbe meeting BoblittlB the', 1st Jndge, .His odlst minis of the judge, the grandfather Methodist fire a power in the Kingdom combined in the younger give's him" a balance sure to win in any fiejtd. At the age n he was' hold evangelistic meetings In- af town in West' Virginia. The1 -mi Ings were a success from the and continued for two weeks. At end of that time, although the house was packed to the doors, and people turned away, Mr. BobHtt abruptly announced that tbe meetings would close Tbe--chnrch board Inquired the reason, but tbe young preacher would state none. He has since con- fided to his brother ministers, that" the reason for the abrupt close was, that he had only sixteen sermons at that time He has, since added a few sermons to his collection and we as- sure the people of Wellsboro that he has enough to last at least a month. Rev. Mr. Boblltt has taken a law- course in Ohio State University, That Mr. BobJitt appeals to men Is shown by the fact that recently in a three days' canvass he raised eighty- five men who declared 'themselves -willing to respond to their country's call, should their help be needed. His wide experience as song-leader la general given him a deep sympathy with all religious or-- ganizations, and his relation to all churches is one of friendliness. For the last two years Rev. Mr, BobHtt has been pastor of' the Lock Haven Christian church. His cess in that field has been wonderful. He has added 252 new members in 19 months. Crowds fill bis chnrcli to overflowing each service. The-1' church is planning an -enlarged build- Ing to accommodate the people intfioC wish to hear his sermons. WellsbofoT is to be congratulated On the'iacV" that this man Is to spend teaching and inspiring her Hammond Happenings. Mrs. Lizzie Spaulding Was a recettfe guest and Mrs. 0eoige of Keene Leet and JtaStJly have ed from vh T _i spent the. i The Local Markets, day tbe retail dealers of Wellsboro quoted tbe following pric- es on a few staple articles of food- stuffs; Butter, 3Sc to 42c-a pound, with flali> bntltr very scarce; eegs, 35c. a dozen; Sc. a pound- two years ago cabbajce tin trimmed was selling at a ton: sugar, a pound; potatoes, 11.25 to 11.60 a bushfl; apples, 40 to 60c onions. SI 25 to a bushel; floor, to 110 a barrel; carrots and beots a bushed. In mpats Western beef of choice cuts brlns S5c. a pound; native beef, pood cuts, 22c.; chuck roaste, rump, 2flc.; pork chops, 24c.; bacon, 26c.; sausage, 20c.; lamb, 25c. to 35c.; bam, 25c. to veal, ISc. to SOc. i News from Tiadaghton, Mr. and F H. Olmstead, son. and daughter Rose, of Painted Post were guests at N. E. Cooper's Saturday. Svlvia Brewer, of Little March been visiting at Bert Perry's X Leso is visiting at Corning and Tla Faulkner visited her tin- Rochester. MPT. Faulkner, a couple of flars Patsy Smith, of Galeton, Is visiting bis parents in this place, Mr. atiri Mrs. Williamson, of Jersev Shore, spent iast week at R W. Fen- stemarher's. Pcrlpj Kennedv. of Corning, is vis- next j iting at W. E. Ashlcv's. Lee Campbell sealer for'the Cen- tral Pennsylvania Lumber Companf, spent Sunday with his family at Gale- ton. Repairs are being made on the Lee- tonla railroad bridge by Truman Car- penter of Charleston. last week. A son born Pnndav. to Mr and Mrs. Earl Fuller A wetins of the M H Sopietv was held at the of Mrs Joseph Revnolds Wodnesdav Tho" meeting wUl bp with Krwln Hire on Wednesday Ort 1 for din- ner. M. S. Jt. S. Football Schedule. October N'orth Sitlo IT. S at Mansfield. October Veademv at Mansfield. October S N g, at October S. N. S. at Mansfield. November FJ. S Mansfield. November Stats FwshTneji at States folJece. November Afndemr at November Aoadetnv at Bellefonte. November 30 St, Bonaventnre Collet at Mansfield. Captain, W. D. Vedder, Coach and Manager, R. C. RlchUne; Assis- tant Couch, F, a. Rupert. Spicewood News. Mr and Mrs. Wright Bloom, of Knoxviile, spent a couple of days last .veek with Mr and Mrs. Arthur Bowen. Mrs Truman Whitnev spent Sun- lav with her parents, Mr and Mrs B Smith. Last Sundaj afternoon the on of Mrs. Emma Statts came run- ning into the house, sajing, "Mam- ma there is a funn-v animal out here with long ears." She went out tq ee what it was and saw a deer chas- ng the cow The cow was frighten- d at the deer so kept running. El- rin. the eldest son openpd the gate o let the cow- into the barn and the eer sprang over the fence, still fol- oviing Ihfrpow Tust then an auto- nobile fame down the road which risjhttf.el the dppr and it ran up "he niU into tbe woods lr and Mrs Dana den and children anrl hrr mother anc! Air and Mrs Bow en wcrr quests of Mr, ami Bow en and fanniv. Mr and Mrs Chas. Mathtrn and children spent Sumia} with Mrs. Emma Statts. Mr and Earl Powers spent several davs last week with Mr. and Mrs lohn Eberenz. daughter; of Corning, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert'Cole. Mrs. John Bailey, accompanied bys grandmother, Mrs. Mary Thnrs- ton, spent last Wednesday with friends in Beaver Dams Mr and Mrs. P. C. Stevens hasre moved to tbe winter. Mrs. Mary Westbroolr, of Wells- boro, and Mrs Merritt, of Farming- ton, are guests of Mrs. Etta Simonds. Mr.. Walter Baker expects to '.move his familv to Crooked creek this week. Our school opened Oct 2 and is progressing nicely under the manage- ment of Miss Bessie Bernauer, of Wellsboro. "Mrs Shellman. of Jackson, Is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs Bert Sbellman, and familv. Mr and Mrs Walter Cole, Mr. and Mrs Harrv Smith and daughter, Eva, motored "to Pine Citv Sundav and spent the dav with the latter's par- ents, Mr and Mrs Hiram Smith. The hour for church Sunday School has been changed Beginning next Sunday, ttte Sundav School will be at one p. m. and preaching service at 2 p. m during the winter. Mrs. Ross Nichols and daughter, Mrs Cole of Elmira. wore recent guests of Cole_______.._ Mr. and Mrs Robert Cole and children spent Sundav wittf Mrs. Cole's parents, at Ansoma Mr. and Mrs Frank Losei visited friends in Elmira Sundar. Mr and Mrs Glen Davis of Phil- lips Station and Mr and Mrs Loren Phillips, of Elmira. were week-end of Mr and Mrs Hartley Davies The Hill's Creek legion. Mrs S. I. Haves and Mrs. West and Mrs WSbus, from Clcarfleld. and Mrs. Howard Beckwlth were visiting day last week at Ed. Mr. Will Hammond, Mr. and Frank Hammond and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Root and young child motor- ed last Tuesday to Perry, N, Y., to attend tbe funeral of Rev. R. K, Hammond Fred Hymes and his tirlde, of EI- mlra, are visiting hte sister, Mrs. W, E. Bryant. Mr, and Mrs, Harry Root visited Mr. and Mm. S. Q. Borden Monday-. Mrs. Addle Blanchard to vtoltlng in Wellsboro. j Wellsboro Junction. Francis Dodge has secured emploj- ment at the Elkland tannen and has hoved his familv there Clifford Bennett and famih, who have been visiting his parents here. Mr. and Mrs Dell Dennett returned to their home in Elmira last week. Mrs A. T, Lietka who recentlj underwent an operation in tbe Corn- Ins hospital, has so far recoiled that she is home this week. Buckwheat in this is a ven -poor crop, Tbe ensilasre cutting around bere is nearly all done. Mr and Mrs. R. B Rosettl are vis- iting friends in Galeton for a few At least people visited tbe scene of the tractor wreck here Sun- dav of last week, in which Louis Statts lost his life. The funeral of Charles HotelHns; occurred nt his btfme In Stokesdhlfc Wednesday of last Week; burial at Nlles Vnllev. Baptist Church at Holiday. Sundav. Sehool and preachfng ser- vice at tbe usual hour Sandav morn- ins and Young People's meeting and preaching scrvlc? Sunday evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Peekbam. Services Sunday after- noon at tbe regular hoar at Shores- Tflle, The first meeting of the Wo- man's Missionary Circle ww held last Thursday. Woodland Items. Mack Miller, of Brownlcc and Mr. and Mrs Pearlej Kriner and ter. Marian, of Antrim, were on the hill Sunday Mr and .Mrs. Chas. McComiell Jr., and children, of Antrim. Mrs Wm. ClarKnnd son Richard, and Manuel McConneH, of Brownlee. were Sunday I truosts of Mr. and'Mrs G Mattoon. j Mrs Gilbert Mattoon ami Mrs. I Kriner, Sr.. were in Wellsboro i Tuesday, Miss Elizabeth Cunningham spent lie week-end with Ester O'Connell, j or Antrim. i Dunham was in Wellsboro on business Saturdav. Mrs Forrest Webb was shopping in Antrim Friday. j A .1 Carson, Mrs C. Dun- ham and Mrs. Alvin Huck spent Thursday with Mrs. Elijah Stark- weather, of Anna S. A. J. Carson spent Sundaj with his familv bere. Chas McConell, Sr., who has been ft few davs with his daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Mattoon, returned to the homo of his son, Chas, McConell. Jr., of Antrim. Corey Dunham and daughter, Dor- Is, were 1n Antrim Sundmv. The fceerlick Co. Has Some Oik Tbe Deerllck Oil Company is drill- Ing another well near Gaines. Last ,wee1k tbe operators found oil seeping through toe plugs in an old well on one of Its leases near Watftfua well stands fnll of oil of tbe highest qnalltv. This well Is to be tested lo Ite dally prodnctlon and If thers to sufficient quantity arrangements trill be made at once to pump It TMto well was abandoned some years ago, bnt It seems to have And It is hoped u mat a 
                            

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