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the hotel Forest keep a transacted. vis re of W. the M. E of re WJfiST WHEA'iriELl). Miss Carrie Robinson, who has been attending the meetings at Kidgeview, was called home to the bedside of her niece, Bessie Rngh, who is seriously ill with typhoid fever. Mrs James Brendlinger, of Vandergrift, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sheira Lichtenfels. James Brett moved to his new house, Garfield, on Thursday. James Hood, of Ceutreville, was a visitor on Saturday. James Henderson is on the sick list. Maggie Lynn, of Clyde, visited her brother, U. S. Lynn, of Garfield, on Thursday. Mia. Emma Campbell, of Johnstown, retained home Thursday, after spend ing time with her mother, Mrs Lynn. Mrs. Blanche Campbell, of Garlield, last week with her parents, Mr. and Daniel Woods Miss Maggie Houston returned to Pittsburg on Thursday, after spending her vacation here. John Felton, of Clyde, called on Garfield, Friday evening.