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Weekly News Standard (Newspaper) - December 16, 1915, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaThursday december 16, 19 1s the Weg Kuy news Standard from Gur country to correspondents Point Marion town visitors mrs. J. I Hamilton dinner Al Tho noon hour. Mrs. To. Kennoy ii. Wilson i or. And mrs. William in rfcs Charles Aloarn k d. Nixon Harry. Trovore incl mrs hurry Devon Spe Cunningham. Or. E. Kulp Edwin sunday Wlllie or. And Are. Ainu a ult Loii hero and Haa accepted a similar one of a iliac Foreman it con Michael Haney spent yesterday at j Home at no. 1. I Oil 1-1. I m nit Lames Griffith ii recent fair Sclier Lucr of the m Kion Wahela Hiripi Huici Ance Culler company at Morgjn Viown was a week j l. P. Keller of Allison was end visitor Here. Friends ii Ere last evening. George i. Fowler of near s. Ii. Cd scr a caller in Union town in i Hore tic latter Ira l of town Titis Atti Iii to som business mat tors ail shopping. A. Tiliman spent i in end it p. J. Pulali of . E visited his sister mrs. Doyle. Recently. Many persons from Here will attend Wii Orp lie was attn diff Koltho teachers Institute to to held in Homo pertaining to his Uniontown next week or s a stain saturday unroll Klippl a lion god i Annh Hermine jr., mid Tii fully Lipe it Yosry of the Belnac saturday in milking some in unrated and Elsp Lawlur toys Solal Cash and loins preparatory to Christmas. Mckerry a cart and Cla High Isoyo to heir stockholders saturday inking in All in Divi h. Kobaski a of Uniontown a a Ange Kratz visitor cipro wednesday. I Daisy mrs. W. L. Graham am daughter Campbell Stella wore Pittsburgh Ralph Greene one of Tho prominent Young men of this place was recent married to Vii is Florence of Brownsville. Tivey Are expected to return from their honeymoon sunday or. And mrs. Foley spent Fri Day in Connally Viii visiting or. Foley s brother who is seriously ill a his Home. Andrew Ler Cli was visiting his a son Sam wore i Uohara Young or. J. Town Calk a today. I t or. Of Pittsburgh was a Cal i or . I i mrs. W. Mcgeei of Gray s Vvs a caller Here wednesday j Zitilli Sterling selected Alice Mccracken die Lorley flying doves Yri Iena and Ange Kratz. Send Chur Trio first of last septum a Ripepi Sterud at the Leroy december Vesper her null that under a s to Lions Mius Connellsville w. Flower Weitz 1 Tariff too. That Cutai Niy Speaks Well for the Glass business thu ice Trio Wilson administration. Oliver Scot sr., Lii Rance and j. A. All Glass workers Here unit saturday and sunday to Weir Fri Milios in Waller Loley and j. Tob Ron. Knss by overs. Ii ave Timeir seven Days notice the window Glass conic any and sought work at one of the other factories Here. Ira m. In retinal Thomas Holt Aurl f. rail 01 Springli ill township yield an executive session lure afternoon. Or. Ami mrs. A. B. Rhoads of so town were Here sunday Trio t anal of Len late Huili u. Liber-1 Hart. Jar. And .mrs., coir innit of Greene county were sunday guests of their mrs. Tiline on Boulevard Street. A. Chandler. Uniontown William Percy Jack Dewar Connellsville j. B. Pittsburgh Lawrence Kemp sanest to Lullette. Lock one u. K. Wright Ronco Otto Bonn Lancaster w. L. Snodgriss Pittsburgh. At the n new Mason do Jeraber s c. F. Field dickers Ca run w. W. Goldsmith j. Schu lick. Pollock Pittsburgh c. Licitr Spinu Ali. Mary Abbey Dyet arabian dance patrol March Ruth Sterling and Sallie Griffith in Tho Blacksmith Ardena Kratz song perfect Day mrs. Frank Hogue Liu mors arc out. That there v. Ill Tia 5akc to untie a publishing by Chauncey Conn. We wish to congratulate the writer on his excellent poetry dedicated to our name and to our Friend Tommy Dils we humbly apologize for the mis two solemnized in ii is Towel in a recent paper. But. Of Well Between now and the of lie new Tommy Don t get peeved about it Vear. Can von guess Wiio Thev in Somas is coming. We will sure get it right next time. Howard Brooks Lirar enter was a business visitor hero St turny. Hugh r. Ebor Hari. A Well known and respected Springhill citizen died at bib Home i South Point Marlon saturday after a lingering illness of More than a year from kidney am other Complex troubles. Or. Berhan was born near Geneva May a 3s5g, and dial december 10. 1d1s. He lived All his life except the last six weeks near the place of his and was a Farmer by profession Ami while Able to work at it was consid ered one of the Moit successful Fann ers in Springhill township. He was a great admirer of Mark Urick Pom Eroy. And named his first son after him. He was also an ardent admirer of w j. Bryan. He was United in marriage with Angelina Dillinger de Cember 3, 1st9, and to this Union were born Tho following children Mark Pomeroy. Located in Akron 0. Mrs. Stella Britt at sin Tofield a. Amii Dee. A missionary now in China Harry now at Home and Porter in the United states Navy 02? sovino one of Tho battleships. The funeral ser vices were conducted at the Home in Soi Iii Point Marion sunday at 1 a m. With Rev. G. M. Kelley of the m. E. Church assisted by his choir from Tho same Church. The interment look place in the Geneva cemetery near his old Home. Funeral director h. A. Johnston of Masontown had charge and the pall bearers were j. F. Uurchins.1. G. C. Cowell Jacob d. Cagey Lloyd cagey. Walter s. Nil linger and i. N. Vanzandt. Quite a number of relatives friends and neighbors assembled at the Home to last tribute of respect to the departed one. Tho bereaved family have inc sympathy of tiie Community in. This Timeir ii our of sadness. We tarried a number of their friends at party saturday evening. Quite an in 1 Hon consisting of ice Cream Joy Able time was spent in various sandwiches fruit and lemonade. Amusements and at a late hour Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. Laura e. Kaker left for Mones sen a few Days ago when she will visit at her son s until after holidays. Edgar Smith spent sunday and All do fade As tit. Ground. Leaf fall to Tho monday in Pittsburgh. Celia Crow ret Nied after spending a few Days her parents or. And mrs. John Crow. Quite a Lino talk was Given sunday in Gln the Viva Diere j Estella Sterling scene do Ballet Mario Honsaker Star of Hope second Mazurka Mariette Quinette heading the boarding House keeper miss Alice Mccracken Tri Llarch Hill Alre Estella Sterling Mariette Quin Ette Sallie Griffith. Mrs. Eraima o Brien held a party on Friday afternoon in Honor of her daughter s sixth birthday. The afternoon was spent in games recitations and music furnished by Laur ence Hamilton and Mary Dato. Refreshments were served by mrs. A in cake those present were Eugene Hamilton mar Garet o Helrn. Mrs. George Hill Ruth Husher Gertrude it tsar Marie to Dinar Therman , Edith Alt Man Lennie m Jardie. Edgar Hon meardif1, Coy Davis rents id. And mrs. John Lerch yesterday. Miss Gladys Foley participated ii the High school orchestra Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Charles Boyd Aid two children attended the funeral of mrs Boyd s father or. Wheeler at Dunbar. J. K. Anderson was trn Sac ring bus iness in Uniontown saturday. Or. And mrs. Farl Folu were visit ing friends and relatives in Dunbar Friday evening. Miss Irene Anderson will return Home for her Christmas vacation Sim Clay from ship per Rock Normal. K. J. Many was transacting Busi Ness in Uniontown yesterday. Miss Hazel Bierer teacher of room 1, and miss Mabel Markley teacher of Ruom 2, had a nicely decorated Christmas tree for their pupils and each Wero Given a Box of Candy. Or. And mrs. L. 0. Thomas were shopping in Uniontown saturday. The ladies Aid society of the m. P. Church met at mrs. Lewis Foley s for an All Day quilting last wednesday. A delicious dinner was served by mrs. Foley. Those present were mrs. Agnes Foley mrs. Smith Matthews mrs. Samuel Russell and daughter Mae mrs. E. J. Martin. Mrs. my and Iii Scarle 7iirs. My Kemp. Oil and Hoy Scot. N Sci ool last monday a on lined Tor Tho past Scarlet feyers weeks ago. There to Utill Somo Corn to Husk y but it is Tho fault of the banners of there has been plenty of line Reatho thin fall. Harry Ilo Shaw met with a Vei painful Accident this when Board fell and hit him on the lip by nothing serious. George work recently sold the go b. Franks farm. He will give posse Slon april 1, Lolli. John Tate sold his far near Jim Atta to Frank Arnold. To gives Poa session april 1, 1916. Smithfield sin Lohli eld december n the different churches for sunday december. 12, will be As follows mount Llor Lah Baptist Sunda Choulat preaching service a 1 a. p. U. At p. M. Mission tall of Scott a eat p. M. Methodist a boo to a. M. Full preaching services at 1 a. M. And p. M. Of the pastor Epworth league at p. A. Presbyterian sunday school at 45 a. M. Preaching service by Pas or at 11 a m. Christian Endeavor t p. In. Wednesday evening prayer meeting t All the churches. Mrs. James Huhn who has been Oji fined to her Home with a serious track of Erysipelas for several weeks s much improved. Rhodes Temey of Uniontown was Rane acting business and calling on relatives. Here mrs James Matthews visited her other mrs. James Russell of mount Siddock this wee miss Carrie Bathlot. Spent tuesday id wednesday relatives in in town. Mrs. Emma Conn and mrs. Liza Pih Mccleery were also recent Uniontown visitors. The lady Gallatin Rebekah Lodge it in their rooms thursday evening december 9 and installed the follow g officers Noble grand. Mrs. Pleas it c. Britt vice grand mrs. James Matthews corresponding Secretary is. Elizabeth Huhn financial Secre by mrs. Ida Breakiron treasurer is. Lon Campbell r. S. To Noble Rand pleasant Britt l. S. To Noble Rand mrs. Maude Brown r. S. To of grand mrs. Maria Lowe l. S. Vice grand mrs d. H. Bayer con Ictor mrs. S. Miller Warden is. M. C. Stuck chaplain mrs. W. A Farmers plan to Goto state College a number of Fayette county Farmers Are planning to attend tiie Farmers week exercises at the Pennsylvania state College starting december 27. Last year this agricultural gathering was attended by of the leading tanners of Pennsylvania each county being represented one county Alona Laving Over fifty persons there. Tills year the aim of the Farmers Over to a stale is to have persons enrolled. V very interesting program has been in blushed which is larger and better Han Ever. Each person attending will Lavo an Opportunity to hear Twenty our lectures on any phase of Agricula ure he desires the lectures being de Vered by most prominent men along hat certain line. The speakers arc it Only men from Pennsylvania but Hose Best known Over the Eastern part f the United states. The following rates have been author izod by the Pennsylvania rail dad company Moro elaborate program than the. Ink tial affair. T addresses during the Day were delivered by ton county h. C. Fott Rolf stale supervisor of agriculture prof. S. Hon a Jig of Tho Mcclellandtown High school agricultural department superintendent Man dough Eft solos readings dearth and orchestra deletions by High school sheets Sylvia Gray Yvonne quiz Bette Sarah dearth Leon ton a. J. Kend Alap t Rof. I. N. Elf file completed enjoyable pro Gram. The entrants Anil prize winners. Farm agent p. E. Modest newcomer Corn boys exhibit Samuel Morrin first Joseph second 7iie j. L. Newcomer and. Edward Vail adults exhibit yellow Joan Crow first Elliott. Christopher second w. A. Lardin Kenneth add Homer Lewis cd , w. 56 w. Parshall j. Al Sterling and a. L. Vat Lite Corn w. J. Sangston state College from Uniontown. This Fretts. 1 ate will be Good going december 25 first l. D. Woodfill. It fed Corn january 1, and returning to reach original starting Point not later than january 3. The state Grange will hold its an Ual state College decent or 20 and 23. The railroads have it horizon the rates quoted above for Grange also. Tickets for this meet in will be Good going december 18 to 0, the return limit being extended to january 3. This arrangement will per l. E. Dearth first lit those who can remain to attend second ?1 Kenneth Gadd Lindsay Fretts. Vegetables. Parsnips 0. W. Rider second red ribbon. Potatoes w. A Lardin second red ribbon w a. Lardin , exhibits. Samuel Morris. Spitzenberg Clinton Franks pippin c Inton Franks Turo is h. S. , Sec Ond red cauliflower mrs. H. S. Lewis meetings both of the Stato Grange and of Farmers week. Tiie most convenient route to reach tale College Crom Fayette county is nest tit ii ribbon. Ike i. H. To Greensburg change potatoes Homer Lewis main line p. It. At Greensburg for _ Homer. Lewis first Blue prone at Tyrone for note p. R., then to state College j Pota toes _ l. B. Dearth Al feta Blue a Belle Foite Central Railroad. Trains ave belly Fonte for state College id a m. And p. In. Ample living accommodations May o found in town at the Price of ,.00 to 5- .00.per Day. One very in a Ivan set of the trip is the vf3 hrs find lodging and Hoard in the i huge. In order to overcome this faculty a Tii p. E. Dougherty j a made arrangements to get rooms id Board located for the Faye tie Lunty people where t Licy can be to ribbon. Apples first Blue rib Bon Joe Harris second red ribbon new York improved .too.Harris, first Blue ribbon Joe Harris first Blue ribbons pears Joe Harris first Blue rib Bon. Potatoes Carl l. Belles. John Blue ribbon apples John Crow first b a Ribb inf. Grimes Golden John ech outside guardian Samuel Jack farm Bureau. A. Miss Minnie Coughanour of Ion own. Had charge of the install r. At Tho close of the meeting re of ice Cream in and confine miss Rulh Lefi on the b. T u. Train today for Pittsburgh where will visit her miss Isa l. Filyau of 1 or a couple Days their leave far Boston mass., to fix weeks the her si5teri or s. I. C Lapin of that place. Siuy Leoine were Lucy can 10 a Ether before they leave Tor state col Crow ribbon , lege. The entire expense of the trip should not exceed any person wishing further details of the trip can n Crown second red ribbon. Crown pumpkins John Crown first b a Lake up the matter Man Kiwi serine a lion Miessen Agues Shoaf Mildred Shipley Gladys Altman. Kola ser unit. John son. Mary Midred Joinson Ruth . May Blaney. Josephine spent monday in Uniontown consult ing an Eye doctor for an injury to of of his eyes. The writer received a card today Auno Undag Tho birth of a Pound baby boy to or. And mrs. Charles o. Baker Monesse but formerly of this place. The Little lad was Given the name of James Patterson Baker. Mrs. S. A Rankin and sons mar Cus and Hudson have returned to Pic or Home at Uniontown after spend ing a few Days with her sister mrs. Chauncey Conn. Fair Nance dec. To or and airs. L. Sharpe of main Street sunday. December 12, an eight Pound son. Mrs. Sierpe will be remembered As miss Elizabeth Shutterly. The following Are among the teach thai the teachers Are away i rom this place who Are attending the schools will open Agni in on. D2-. Irene Haines spent saturday and sunday with Carrie Mcleod. Jesse of Fairchance spent sunday Harry Sterling. Hopwood Ilo Pwood dec schools of the North and South sides will hold exercises appropriate to Christmas in their schools Friday afternoon join their schools Friday afternoon. Thoss of the North Side will be held in room 1, beginning at o clock. A patrons and friends of the school Are cordially invited to attend. Or and sirs. William Doyle and r. U goofy of Uniontown were guests of hop Wool friends sunday. Busses Irene and Eleanor Golf were go tests of their grandmother mrs. Sarah k. Dawson sunday or. And mrs. William Kunkle have moved to Dunbar where or. Kunkle is employed with or. In. A store at that place. Lending the a Nevers Institute the thu annual county Institute being held or. Anderson has moved his family being free from Hook. At the West ind ut0 the House recently vacated by or arc having a Good time according to Unis week Missos Olive Bayles car Kaiue. Lie in estimate of a Good but would feel Bottor 1c t nor wore on lie River. Trudo Hicks Iva if Umbert Nolle Nixon. Pearl , Hun a Coly. Edna Pringle Pauline Ivcec flu Goodwin. I Erio saucy Ethel Dhiti Gherty prof q. G. Vincent Ricklic a and Thomas Berger. Mrs. U. G. Hawkins will enter Sev eni.1 of her Lino Buff leghorn chickens in tie poultry show being held in Uniontown this week. Youngstown dec. The s. Martin hers of Boulle Yville Uniontown callers yesterday were called on friends Here sunday. Mrs. Norman Decker. Mrs. Barry Tabor the in Wician. Delighted a etl. Lio Ylo and Bert Kane. Large nine Cnoc in the new Hiigli school c. Hush spent yesterday visiting Judi thorium Friday evening with his Tho Union Supply company store i Clever a feature of the eve ii lower end Region. Rings tit hrs to George i Guird several of the mandolin club in town Shiw visiting Heru and Cid several pie aying selections. Cd Irenec Patterson of Revere j spoilt sunday with friends Horn. Lorry Stewart of Point Marion was sin Luy visitor j i. Ii. a caller marry Sweeney fit Connellsville was in Pittsburgh monday a business caller hero yesterday. I John Hamilton is recovering from or. Martin of near scour Talo is the serious injuries to Krista inc while View Yard Boss having taken the .1 Ici est newcomer is a new clerk m company store. Mii Ynie Barry is spending the Day Al Walnut Hill. Now Yard Boss having taken to Aldeo working it Trio Brickyard. Of a. 0, Gadd Tho latter being Iii mrs. C. M. Nehrt daughter Dor Uniontown tills week. Mrs. Al. K. Hardgrove and mrs. Harry lie Shaw of Waltersburg were shopping in Uniontown this week. The Greensboro Gas company is furnishing Gas for the Good people of Waltersburg. V t Claude Ulansell is the proud father of a girl. Samuel junk a Sou of David junk wits in Tho West Penis Hospital in a serious condition but is improving rapidly. They expect him Home in a i the Imp position it spent Tho voc Kend Charlo land jars Kolh Calno Vissi Ugur spent. Geo go c 1ms i he Ronti acl of no. I Moi blends with mrs William a Bolo of looking a. E. Lynn s bar which was Inonu in a Cacuci Loii nod his in Jhc follow Iii were in cell Union mrs Doyle served a Fine blown off in Tho ulna storm a a Jarvy Doyle has moved his family into Tho Huston Doyle House formerly occupied by or. Patterson. The sunday school of Tho Christian Church is preparing a Christmas entertainment which will be very Fine. William Doyle spent the week end with his grandparents Jar. And mrs. William Doyle of Uniontown. Rev. Colhour will preach in the m. P. Church sunday evening. Mrs. Frank Goff and daughter Marie wore guests of friends in town sunday. Hop Wood dec. In the pupils of the n Orch Side held interesting Christ Mas exercises in room a Friday after a Fine tree was by the pupils and and a Good time enjoyed by All present. Mrs. Amanda Kefover was the guest of her sister mrs. Kwing hair. Sunday. Mrs. John Oliver spent sunday with her Paranuk. Or. And airs s. T. Goff of this place. Or. In mrs Sanford Williams of Union Icahn Wero visiting friends in map word saturday evening mrs. James f j. Gov aug hers mrs. Sufficient til during past let Days to give us our Jim St sled to miss Frasee returned Hom a after spending noveral weeks friends at Uniontown miss Frazee is suffer us. Fran att Alvior acute indigestion. Tiie younger social set Are taking part in it Christmas Ca Itati at tiie onion Church. Prot 0. Musical director for re. J. Hoff Man is Home after a successful meeting in Hevr Jersey. Or. Briscoe has improved his prop erty by installing a water system in his Homo. We Are sorry to announce our Miller d. To. Evans is about to leave. Ray Ault and ills brother in Law Earl lint have taken charge of the Mill. Cli Olps umbel has been employed As janitor of uie Union Church. Or. T. Myers Lias prepared him self against a shortage of meat during the coming Winter by placing four hogs and one half beef in cold storage. A. C. Hinebaugh who was employed by the b. 0. Railroad com Pany in Pittsburgh is Home suffering from a mashed foot mrs. Harry Turnoy of Oakland md., visited her parents Oil her Way to tiie county seat. Fairchance. Dec. Earl Al Bert and son Billy left wednesday for Jit. Pleasant where they will visit Albert will join them its .1 Tik ii ii a week end the indies of the Baptist Cli urch Are holding Olmay quilting at the Church Eatn re these Quillings is the excellent lunch served at Neon. Tho following persons from this place were Union own shoppers wednesday mrs. A. M. Frederick jr., miss Jennie Williams mrs. J. B. Wil son mrs. C. Ii. Wilson airs. P. T. Conaway miss Florence Moore. Miss Gertrude Hicks is recovering rom a severe attack of rheumatism. Thomas Henry Hastings was a bus iness caller in Uniontown wednesday. ?.ir. And mrs. J. J. Swaney called on Uniontown friends sunday. A Large number of tickets have been sold for lie entertainment to he Given in the High school auditorium Friday evening when Taber. Glioma Wician will present the second num Ber of the lecture course. R Dor in Fugio Barnes and mrs. Koby Harle and mrs Kath Riuo Kissinger spent upper Franklin 0. P. Stone was a business caller in charging to Avla a. Porter until recently an Active promoter of okla homa government lands with forgery William f. Gorsuch a real estate agent of Mcallister Oklahoma Caus i de Porter s arrest in his room in the Gallatin hotel last evening. The two men Wero Here recently in a private car styled the Oklahoma by calling the ribbon John Crow second red re o Bon. Cabbage Crown first Blue ribbon. Apples w. W. Parshall. Pop Corn John Crown first Blue ribbon. Potatoes Elliott Christopher. Apples Bolle Kower Christopher first Blue ribbon new York improved Elliott. Christopher second red ribbon Christopher first Blue ribbon roman Beauty Elliott Christopher first Blue ribbon or. Christopher had five other entries in this class. Peach Huhn. Catsup mrs. J. C. Mccombs. Crab Apple Jelly mrs. J. C. Me Combs. Corn m s. J. C. Mccomb s. Pumpkin pie Irene Haines. M nce pie Jelly miss Mccombs. Jelly mi33 Mccombs. Grain wheat l. D second red ribbon red wave mor Commissio Tion and do poised of cons Der i _ missions for 82 justices of the Able land in the town of Mcalister to Don 5 w and seven aldermen in Fayette those attracted by a munificent Dis in Craw i j county chosen at the last election of grains and vegetables the kind have been made out and signed by the said to be raised in that Section of secretory for the Commonwealth of the country. Pennsylvania. The parchments will i Gorsuch alleges that Porter was Dis be received by the Lay courts from the charged from the employ of the com he order of deeds office into which Pany a Short time ago but that since must be paid a fee of by the Dis that time he has used the name of the censers of Justice. Unless the Corn company in consummating real estate missions Are lifted within 60 transactions. Porter is said to have he prospective office Holder will for in tis Possession Blank contracts of Feit his right to office and the Posi ithe firm which he made use of. Find red re Boa far Tia Tion will be declared vacant. The. Justices who succeed selves in Fayette county Are following a week s stay in Union them town thar Oklahoma operators left for i can Nielsville and Are now. Said to a mrs. Eleanor l. A Jawara con the of a lot at me tent with being the most township. Charles o. Downer Jefferson Tow shop. H. H. Moorhead. Everson Borough. Earl s. Porter Dawson Borough. Clark t. Baldwin South Browns Ille James Farrell Fairchance Borough. Alex Monteith Fairchance Borough. C. C. Garletts Brownsville Borough. James Bryte Georges township. Evan s. Young Belle Vernon. J Joseph Stillwagon Connellsville township. C. D. Cramer Salt lick township. George b. Graham Dunbar town ship. Joseph a. Biting Bull skin township. James b. Bennett Washington township. New justices include Robert Lowery succeeding m. B. Riffle deceased German township. Alex r. Duncan succeeding John w. Wilhelm Dunbar. F. S Sadler succeeding Louis Del Siiger resigned Point Marion. James Cossel succeeding a. Ethics upper Tyrone township. William m. Henry succeeding w. B. Eillott Bull skin township. 3. Clarence Mcgill succeeding d. H. Russell Dawson. John h. Courtney succeeding lev j. Jeffries deceased Belle Vernon. William j. Sangston succeeding Charles h. Howard Masontown. Charles a. Philips succeeding w. G. Iligin Botham. Redstone township. John ii. Kintzer succeeding Carl e. 1 . Perry township. John s. Symons succeeding a. A. Tiled ending Kavc Sou Borough. W. J. Walters succeeding l. P. Hess Waltersburg. Julius Schmidtko succeeding Rob Mclaughlin Dunbar township r. P. D. No. 32. Seven old Crinan of Uniontown who receive their commissions Aro John Boyle first Ward. J. De. Springer third Ward. William ii. Hooper fourth Ward. John w. Fifth Ward. Joseph j. Michael sixth Ward. Matt Allen seventh Ward. A. Stewart Flenniken eighth Ward. Government at nominal Rawn Porter arrested by Tes. Some other woman to a pen of very arrested by can Otaolea Best Stock. The inmates of the pen Charles w. Betts and Wlliam Desel will be a cock with four direct mater lems. A hearing is to be conducted dal ancestors no Haie had a 200 legs before Justice of Tho peace John record and two Fine pullets hatched Boyle. An Awakening of agricultural inter from eggs Laid by chickens with a rec Ord of from Iso to 200 eggs. The chickens which have been bred to Lay Are from eight generation of trap nested pedigreed White. Wyandotte and the pen with its three Birds has a Selling value of 520. There is no contest about explained mrs. Dawson today. I am Jusi trying to increase interest in. Poultry raising among the this county by malting it Worth while for them to attend the poultry show this1 week. This pen. Of Lucrest White Wyandotte is to a Given to the woman holding the on ticket with the Lucky number who it May be there is no Way of telling but i am hoping it will be some one willing to jets with a further development of the take this pen and Start a flock a Community spirit in Fayette county Tho poultry Sill Ozien tuesday is foreseen by visiting farm experts Rush garage in Peter Street and the crop display which opens i in addition to the prize pen to a Given wednesday in the first National away mrs. Dawson enter her Reo Bank building and com Ord breaker who Laid 253 eggs last Munty Day in German township which 5 . Attracted 600 residents of that District site i3 riot lady to. The Mcclellandtown High school. Laughed mrs. Dawson today but if All saturday chickens had her record i should the farm exhibit to be held in room a 4 of the Bank building is under the auspices of the Fayette county farm Bureau which co operated in making communal Day at Mcclellandtown mile of plodding faithfully along his Jour an event that will to remembered by Ney Oul or them along the Road the residents of Liat Section. Asci t p. E. Dougherty this morning was unable to predict the extent o. Tho exhibits but from assurances of support received from Many Farmers of the county there will be sufficient display of grains vegetables and fruit to Mako a visit to Tho room Worth while. The attendance at Tho German town ship Community Day was estimated at 600. Us value in developing hotter friendliness and closer relationship called a mile of the Mem Bers of the second division of the o woman s association of. The first. Presbyterian Church have reached the end of their time limit How far they have gone on their journey a not yet known but it is hoped they Mads at least n Quarter of the Way. Mrs. B. B. Hovell chairman of the division and the members including the Presby Terian women whose initials Are Frota of to a inclusive will meet in the Church Parlours at among neighbors was immediately 3 o . The will to

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