March 18, 1909 Squire as JOP

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March 18, 1909 Squire as JOP - UTEST BBR St. Patrick's Day Passed Unusual...
UTEST BBR St. Patrick's Day Passed Unusual Quietness. RAN PICK THROUGH HAND Gave Bonds for Court--Fined for ·ault--Little Work at the Mine*. Gave a Concert--Personal and Other News of the Day. Bureau of the Evening Times, Lonaconing. Md.. March lg. Misses, Margaiet and Agatha Dor scy. of Spring Gap. who have visiting their paients In Midland, returned to Spring Gap Monday. Passed Almost Without Notice. St Patrick's Day was scarcely no- .iced In Louaconing. The Grievance Club was the only organizationln town that celebrated the annlver- baiy. A full account of the proceed- ngs will appear In this paper tonior- ·ow T h e Hibernians marched to n the morning and heaid mass. 'ew shamrocks and a bit of green ribbon was been here and there. That's all. Thomas Carr it building a large tenement house at Knapp's Meadow. A Lcnaconing man has the contract. Mrs. John Ball has returned from Myersdaie, where she has been V!Biting her daughter. Harrj Strickland, of Garrett county, was the guest of John Wesley Evans. Monday. Thomas Grosser. Jr., met with very serious accident in Ocean mine jesterday morning. He drove the point of his pick through his right hand, making a very dangerous wound. Thos. Grosser, Sr., of Detmold, home from Thomas, W. Va., where he has been working. Mr. Crobse caine home ill. Gave Bonds for Court. Mrs Jennie Nelson, of Koontz Bar racks, was before Squire Murphy on yesterday afternoon charged with pointing a loaded shot gun at George Peacemaker. Mrs. Nelson elected to be tried before a jur\ and gave to appear at April term of the Clr cuit Court. Fined for Assault. Mrs Xelbon had Mrs. Peacemaker up before Squire Walsh on Monday. The charge was assault and battery Mrs. Peacemaker was fined two dollars and thought she was getting easy until she,found she would be required to pay seven sixty coats, making nine sixty in all. Mrs. Peacemaker is now trj Ing to find out the costs were so high. Principals and witnesses Ihe at Koontz Barracks William Hains, of Railroad street, spent Monday in Frostburg. Frank Qulnn. of Dudley, was In Cumberland Tuesday.

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 18 Mar 1909, Thu,
  3. Page 10

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