Charles J Snyder contracted with Mr. Kreeger for new steam flour mill. May 18, 1895
UPPER END. Henry Frank succeeds the late Simon Wert as president of the Millersburg Bible Society. Rev. J. H. Hitter was installed as pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, nearBer - rysburg. Reidinger Grove, near Williamsport, ia being put in condition for the summer season. Wishawaha Council, No. 34, Degree of Pocahontas, Williamstown, has been organized. organized. Miss Alice Kawel, of Millersburg, has gone to Omaha, Neb., where Bhe expects to reside. David Wier, of Williamstown, was taken to the asylum at Harrisburg on Thursday morning. George Buehler Coles and family, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, are visiting his parents in Lykens. Harry Lenker, of Berrysburg, is lying ill with typhoid fever at the Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia. Rev. Thomas Garland will preach the annual memorial sermon to the Halifax G. A. R. Post May 26th. Lyken's council has decide, to enforce the ordinances prohibiting corner loafing and cattle from running at large. Rev. A. Ivison, former pastor of the P. M. Church, Wiconisco, moved hia family to Houlzdale, Clearfield county. Charles J . Snyder has contracted with Mr. Kreeger for the erection of his new Bteam flouring mill in Millersburg. Michael Welker sold his farm and property property near Berrysburg to the Hill Church, to be used by them for a parsonage. The Epworth Mission Band will hold its third anniversary service in the Millersburg Millersburg M. E. Church this evening. The Wiconisco public schools will close Friday, May 24th, with an entertainment, which will be continued on Saturday evening. evening. The next banquet of the Millersburg Traveling Salesmen's Association will take place at the Washington Houso May 25th. Mrs. T. F. Bradenbaugb, of Millersburg, Millersburg, has gone to her old home in Fair - mount, W. Va , where she will remain for some weeks. Williams town's Council has passed the ordinance granting a right of way through that town to the Lykens Telegraph and Telephone Company. Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Trout - man, who reside on the Round Top, has been missing since Friday, May 3d. When last seen he was going toward the river. The mother of Mra. Wm. Boden , Wiconisco, Wiconisco, who has been visiting in this country country for several months, will sail for her home in England on the 25th inst. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Boden, who goes for several months visit to her home. Deaths Mrs. Rebecca Swartz, Wico - nieco; Miss Eva Bishoff, of Berrysburg, in Philadelphia; John Philip Spang, Millersburg; Millersburg; StelU Fenstermacher, Georgetown. Georgetown.