Mrs. John Oberly
PERSONAL' M IENTIO N. • George "Weis and Miss Alice Ganttor ntnj Mr.-«nd MIB.S. Weis will leave for Lebanon, to be quests of Prof. James Eckeptoth.—Reading Times.' Joseph McAllister, piivate secretary to G4UDV-8. -Bammond, treasurer of the Cc!EP*s»H railroad,, Lebanon, was in Beading—Beading Times. Mrs;. Satnnel Kline, Mre. .•Humme!- buuh and Mrs. Wike, of Harnsburp, attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary fcly, in tbta ctty, on Monday. George D. Rise and wife this morning ire:e passengers to New York city. Mrs. John Fisher, of Philadelphia, •who bae been visiting Mrs. John Oberly, South Fifth street, returned home today. • Mrs. Ella Kelly was & passenger to Boading this morning. D. M. Earnest and John Souder, ST., of Jonestown, went to Reading today. B. G. Eois, of Jonestown, was in town today. •Dr. I. A. Roebuck, of Lititz, waa a visitor here today. .Mrs. Thomas Walker, of Jonestown •Was in town today. * Geo. B. Woomer, esq , was a passenger ta Harrisburg this afternoon. Herbert Hecht was n visitor to Read <u* this afternoon.