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Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1915, Bedford, PennsylvaniaR f every voter in the county should turn out on november 2 and smash the slate. It each takes a Little crack at it it will crumble to pieces on that Day. Edford gaze of course to hear Bil mock talk he will carry the by but la won t. You must learn to discount what be says. Volume 11o, no. 3 Bedford pa., Friday october is 1915 established in Persona notes arrivals and departures of residents and visitors in the social world the column everybody about your friends and neigh and there. Or. H. E. Adams of Buffalo Mills paid us a business visit yesterday. Or. W. W. Phillips of Cessna was a business visitor last week. Rev. J. Albert Eyler spent Friday night at Saxton. Mrs. Wilmot Ayres has returned from an extensive visit in the West. Or. Frank Shires went to Philadel phia yesterday for a Brief sojourn. Or. And mrs. Charles l. Longe Necker were thursday visitors at the fair. Or. Irvin m. Eversole of new Enterprise was a business visitor to Bedford wednesday. Or. A b. Pardew tax collector of Southampton township paid us a business visit last Friday. Mrs. Grace Beegle is visiting rela Tives and friends in Pittsburgh and Johnstown. Mrs. George Horn of Buffalo Mills transacted business with the Gazette on thursday. Or. Chester Ford postmaster of Loysburg was a caller at this office on thursday. Or. J. Rush Mardorff is visiting his son mail Carrier Howard mar Dorff and family. Mrs. May of Sulphur Springs visited her daughter mrs. W. S. Reed a few Days last week. Miss Ladina Eichelberger of Hope Well was the guest of miss Ella May Crouse the past week. Or. And mrs. O. Smith and or. William Mckinley Are spending a week in new York City. Or. John l. Mclaughlin and daughter Catherine spent a few Days in Pittsburgh last week. Mrs. Robb and son of Mercersburg Are guests of mrs. Robb s brother Squire j. R. Irvine and family. Or. And mrs. Corle Smith have been spending some time in new York City returned to Bedford tuesday. Or. E. A. Barnett and family and miss Edith Smith left last tuesday on a motor trip to Hagerstown Anc Baltimore. Or. Mcclellan Jay of Piney Creek John c. Andrews Everett a. Candidate for poor director on the democratic ticket. Or. Andrews was born in Mon Roe township in 1850, near Mattie and always lived in Monroe town ship until this Spring when he moved to Everett. He was left an orphan when very Young and made his own Way in the world working on farms and anally when he married miss Susan Shaffer he bought for himself a Home in the shape of a farm near Stephen s Church. Here he raised a family of eleven children five girls and six boys. He is a member of the methodist Church and has served As Steward Lor years and was for 16 years Sun Day school superintendent. He Al ways took an Active interest in the programs of the school and Church and was usually there on time. He served As Justice of the peace for four years assessor three years and township auditor for 18 years. He taught school in Southampton Monroe and East Providence town ships for 12 years. He is sober industrious frugal and believes in lower taxation and helping the poor people. To elect him director of the poor of Bedford county Means to put the office above censure in any Way for he allows his conscience to Rule instead of politicians. _ Claar Averner miss Mabel Edna Werner Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. G. M. Werner of Altoona and Jesse Henderson Claar of Queen this county were United in marriage at o clock tuesday Squire n. C. Mearkle of Clear morning at the Home of the Bride s Ville it. 1 paid us a Friendly Call on i parents by Alderman Adam Leake of the , Altoona. The immediate members of the families were in attendance and witnessed the ceremony. The couple left Al Toona at o clock tuesday afternoon for a honeymoon trip to in clude Baltimore Washington Williamsport and Harrisburg. They will be at Home to their Many friends after november 25, at their newly constructed residence at Queen. Or. Claar is owner of the Claar Telephone line connected with the Bell system and is a prominent Busi Ness Man of Bedford county. He is the son of mrs. Miriam Claar of Queen. Miss Werner was formerly employed in the offices of or. S. B. Evans dentist in the Central Trust building. Thursday. Or. And mrs. William a. Weisel left sunday for new York City where or. Weisel will Purchase his Christmas goods. Miss Sophia Ritchey of Snake Spring township was the guest of the misses Mccleery of this place during fair week. Mrs. Lyle Gates and son Jordan of Somerset Are spending some time with or. And mrs. F. W. Jordan sr., on East Penn Street. Or. And mrs. Charles Horton of Huntingdon spent the past week with mrs. Horton s parents or. And mrs. M. P. Heckerman. Messes. Oliver g. Hartley and John Mcatee of Philadelphia Are visiting or. Hartley s father or. Edwin Hartley at the mrs. W. G. Steele and daughter Lourane of Ralston pa., Are guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank h. Todd South Juliana Street. Lashley Starr a wedding of much interest took place in the Stone Church at Juni Ata College Huntingdon on thurs a -1 t -1 Colfo j Al. Or. And mrs. Stackhouse and Chil Day Forenoon i october 1, at Dren of Altoona spent saturday and 0-Eiocki when prof. I. Harvery Brum Baugh president of the College sunday at the Home or. And mrs. Joshua Points on Bedford Street. Messes. S. H. Koontz John Hodel United in marriage two of his former pupils Edmund Lashley and miss w. H. Straub and Foster boor com Eleanor Starr. Both Are graduates posed an Auto party that took in of Juniata College and Are Well the Hagerstown fair on thursday. Messes. Ellis Koontz e. F. Eng land Marshall England of Bedford Harvey England of Friend s Cove and Guy Colvin of Everett Are attending the fair at Hagerstown. Miss Minnie Powell left for new York where she will spend some time with relatives. On her return she will be accompanied by her Mother mrs. Margaret Powell. Miss Ella Hillegass of Fishertown left on tuesday morning for Phila Delphia where she will spend a week or ten Days with her brother and wife or. And mrs. J. Roy Hillegass. Or. George m. Mann has gone to Philadelphia to do some newspaper work and campaigning for the ladies of the Pennsylvania association opposed to woman suffrage. Or. Mann will return to Bedford the first of november. Or. And mrs. Elie Sheetz of Wash known locally the Bride being the accomplished daughter of or. And mrs. John m. Starr of 422 Mifflin a bit of philosophy from never talk Back James Whitcomb r1ley talk Back to a that s a Usiri you dust let him Happy i and snort and Swap and when he finds his blaming and Dof Amiri is pcs am us in you you be Goi him clean Kay by and you want to hold him talk backhand Wake up the whole Community and Call a Man Alian you can lift and land him fur Dep and with impunity with one dood Jolt of silence than a half a kicks town talk and neighbourhood note tersely told Many items of interest gleaned from various sources Little Points picked i7p by vigilant reporters. John line democratic candidate for Register and life sketch. Or. Line was born in Bedford in 1862, and lived Here All his life. His father was a Soldier and was killed in the War at Petersburg va., 1864, leaving him an orphan at the age of two years. Or. Line slowed his own Way through life. He Learned the occupation of Cigar manufacturer and worked at that Trade until 1889, when he started in the grocery business. He has been a member of the methodist Church for 35 years and a member of the i. O. O. F. Order for 32 and k. Of p. He helped to organize and is a member of the Royal Arcanum since 1902. Me was married june 4, 1884, to miss sue j. Dorsey and has four children. He never served As officer the Tom thumb wedding be Given Friday october 22, at p. M. In Assembly Hall. The p. O. S. Of a. Of Charlesville will hold an Oyster supper and con Cert at the Hall at Rainsburg on sat urday october 23. Turn out to the football game at Northside Park on saturday at when the Huntingdon and Bedford High school teams meet. A meeting of the humane society will be held at the Home of miss j. Constance Tate monday evening october 18, at o clock. On sunday evening Rev. J. Albert Eyler pastor of St. John s reformed Church will preach upon the subject should women be permitted to Fred Wise son of or. And mrs Frank Wise and Anna Davis Dali gee t r of or. And mrs. Harry Davis. Were married in Cumberland last wednesday. Rev. J. C. Collins d. D., of new port delivered a lecture at Burg monday night on the House that Jack it was greatly enjoyed by All. Miss Louise Hall of Massachusetts who has been travelling in Pensyl Vania with the woman suffrage Bell will devote several Days next week to Corner meetings in Philadelphia. Oct Der Lieber Zite. Saturday october 16 the bed orc fatal Auto Accident Bedford Man Steps in front of machine and Dies of injuries. J. Frank Bonner the Well known South Kichard Street grocer died at his Home saturday night from in juries received saturday afternoon when struck by an automobile. Or. Bonner had been to the Barber shop and in crossing the Street in front of the grand Central hotel West Pitt Street did not see a Ford car approaching from the East on account of the Everett Jitney bus behind which he stepped to Cross. The car was driven by miss Ruth Manock of near Bedford daughter of mail car Rier James Manock and contained miss Nellie Manock and miss Sarah Bagley. Miss Manock spectators say had complied with the rules of the Road and kept to the right blowing the Horn repeatedly at the crossing. Or. Bonner stepped from behind the bus into the path of the Ford which was being driven slowly and upon see ing the car started Back toward the court notes court convened on tuesday octo Ber 12, with judges Woods and Huff on the Bench for the purpose of concluding the Case of Frank win Field against j. A. Eichelberger. It Al., in which plaintiff claimed damages for injuries sustained in defendants mine. Jury returned a verdict in favor of defendants. Other matters transacted before the court were As follows estate of Annie Koontz late of South Woodbury petition of Paul Koontz for guardian colonial Trust company appointed. Bond of said Trust company in the sum of filed and approved. Estate of Isaac t. Detwiler South Woodbury petition of Paul Koontz for decree of Sale of real estate. Order of Sale was awarded to the administrators. Estate of Rachel Claar late of Bloomfield petition of Earl Benton Clarence Benton and Harriet Hoff Man for order on a. S. Guyer prothonotary to Over to them cer Tain Money paid into court. In re lunacy of John Heifer order of court for costs modified. Estate of Simon p. Naus late of in any respect except Council Man three years and he has always classes with the fast Huntingdon taken an Active interest in Sci ools i High school football team again churches and All charitable in Tiiu be played at Northside Park and will business Man in be called at . Mrs. J. Howard Feight has moved tons. He is a every particular. You cannot do a better act than to vote for John line for Register and recorder. He will be courteous to you and treat you with the utmost respect in a very business like Way and will devote his entire time to the office if elected. Sealer of weights and measures will soon commence inspection Ira m. Long sealer of weights and a Atni a cont -1 a tarty Yourm Annuli to her old quarters at the Law Oft a of Simon h. Sell Esq and -will1 be ready to do stenographic work of any thine mrs. Feight has also taken out commission of notary Public. The Young ladies of the presbyter Ian Church will hold a social and1 Market in the Chapel tuesday octo Ber 19, at 8 p. You Are cordially invited to enjoy the elegant music and buy such eatables As you measures for Bedford county spent several Days this week in Consulta Tion with the chief of the Bureau of standards of Pennsylvania and with the sealer of weights and measures for the City of Harrisburg. Or. Long will commence the inspection of All Scales and measures As soon As the equipment is approved by the Bureau. Those purchasing Scales and measures should be care Ful that they conform to the Law governing the Sale of commodities. Buyers of weighing devices should insist on a guarantee from the Manu Tion of the Bedford county lutheran sunday school association will be held in the Bortz lutheran Church Cumberland Valley october 19 anti of 20. The first session will open tues Day evening at o clock Oscar l. Brumbaugh a prominent Farmer of near new Enterprise is recovering from injuries sustain a when he fell from a tree at his icae last week. He sustained injuries to the spine had two ribs broken and suffered numerous bruises on the body. Facture that they will stand the test. A speech on woman s suffrage to their capacity. It is unlawful in Selling any commodity to use any measure unless the same shall have thereon marked slivered from an automobile Orv Ike fair ground last last thursday by miss Ladson Hall of Philadelphia was enthusiastically received. Sur in distinct letters and figures their i rounding noises prevented miss Hall s capacity. Measures having two ends again stepping Forward. The car struck him evidently in the left Side and miss Manock terror stricken was unable to successfully manipulate her emergency Brake or. Bon Ner being thrown and the car pass ing Over him from the hips to head. He was hastily carried into the of fice of or. C. W. Gensimore nearby and was Able to speak a few words. Or. Wilmot Ayres was also summoned and the two physicians made a Hasty examination attending to his wounds and stopping the flow of blood., he was taken to his Home Bedford petition of Frank e. Naus Are unlawful. It is unlawful to sell Street Huntingdon and the Groom is j and found to be suffering from six a son of or. And mrs. Jacob Lashley of Everett. The Groom since graduation took the Law course at har Vard and is now engaged in the broken ribs badly lacerated face and Mouth a Cut upon the head and con Cussion of the brain. His sufferings were intense and death relieved him practice of his profession at about eight hours after the Accident. Okla. The Bride has taken Post graduate work at Columba University new York. A wedding breakfast was served at the Bride s parents Home and the tvs Ine occupants tit Oto in car were in executor for the appointment of an auditor. J. C. Russell esq., appointed. William d. Langdon is. Welfle Langdon in divorce. Bill of particulars and answer to Rule to show cause filed. Estate of Benjamin Mills late of Jii ast Providence petition of Lonnie j. Bryson and Raymond i. Mills minor children of said deceased for appointment of a guardian m. N. Stailey appointed. Bond in sum of Bedford a. To be filed with permission to have same approved by the associate judges. Dry commodities by liquid measure. Dry commodities should be sold by the Pound and when sold by the Bushel the Bushel should consist of voice from carrying a great distance but she held a Large crowd of people and Many favourable comments were heard. Representative Warren Worth has been advised by the commis the number of pounds fixed by of pensions that the following persons have been granted pensions. Mrs. Amanda Miller of Buffalo Mills., widow of Ephraim b. Miller late of company of 138th Pennsylvania in Fantry. Alfred Green of holidays and wherever sold in the subdivisions of the Bushel the number of pounds shall consist of the fractional part of the number of pounds in a Bushel. Inquiries will be answered by the burs fee private company a 54th sealer of weights and measures i Massachusetts infantry former presbyterian pastor s wife Dies at state College on sunday october 10, word was to. T. L. Meeting tonight at 6-30 o clock this which was a great 3 held successful meeting i est Ord group rally i league held their annual session at evening the Loyal legion will meet in room erode building for a Short hns d d of Newport and Rev. W. Temperance i Cess. The speakers. Rev. J. S. Wil their Lodge j hams of Petersburg Rev. J. C col received of the death of mrs Marian business session. All members Are Illard of Hopewell All speaking were un-1 a Nydi. Mingworti1 wife of Rev. Requested to meet promptly in View on Epworth league work that is Rohl f t _ i i for o moot in o f n hot it old in til
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