August 27, 1907
1:1 t" people whom at once. All we for Death ancl Funera! of One of the Oldest Citizens. LARGE CROWD ATTENDED. Recovering From a Painful Accident. Funeral of a Child--Personal Mention Mention of Visitors to and From the Mountain City. Bureau of the Evening Times. Frostburg, Md., Aug. -i- Mr -lolm Harden, one of the oldest and bcst known citizens of this local- its, died at his residence at Allegany oil Saturday, alter a short illness. 'I lu it-mains were taken to Eckhart and buried in the Porter cemetery abovt that place. The deceased lived fo: many year.-, on a little place just above Eckhait on the Arnold farm and was employed at Eckhart by the C. P R R " He was, 85 yeais of age at the time of his death and is survived b several chlhlien. The funeral was at tended by manv friends from hcie \ \ h e i u he was well known bv many o the older inhabitants. The funera was under the direction of Mr. J. J. Dm .st. BELLS WILL And the Great Lonaconing Jubilee Will Be On. COMING FROM A DISTANCE. Funeral of Mrs. Turner--"Busted" the Station House--An Interesting Case--Personal News of Town and Vicinity. Bureau of the Evening Lonaconing, Md . Aug. - Mi-fa. Elizabeth Jane Tinner, awl SO, a native of Bloomsbnrc. Pa-, died sit the lesidence of her (Kmu-luer, Mrs. Susanna Smith. In HarpoibMlle Sunday Sunday morning. Mrs. Tinner came to Barton from Bloomsburg in 1-0, a removed to Lonaconing m !Â»Â»". o'l 1 was was the widow of Charles lÂ«nier. who died here'11 years ago. She is survived bv one daughter. Mis. Smitn with whom Grandma Turner made her home since the deatii 01 her husband, husband, and one brother, Loi Sliumak- er. in Blooinsburg. Pa. She leaves seven gr.iml clnldien. The funeral took place from the Smith residence in Hai persviiie at lay. Religious services V L l v - . l i l IJ.IV t v*Â»'-J* -'*Â» Â· _ Â» Â» Â· Â· -- Â· - . - Â· ._ton. ._ton. D. ( ' . ;ii'i- spending a few weeks vacation in tho Mountain Cit. Airs Isaac Kri'.r is speiiiliiu: a lew d o s in Sonri Cumberland, the gtiest of "her daughter. Mrs. \Vm. '1. At v. ell. \ lar^o a.ulienc-" attended tho nnisi- r.ii cantata entitled. "Esther the Beau- tinil Queen, a Biblical drama, at the "roNtbuis OiH-va HOUK-. li't J'lgiit. .-ir.e'. v. .s H \ e n bv a coiii;,anv 01 sever'.-In sever'.-In e peitMHi'-is- under the dnv- tic'.ii of Kov. D. W. Shaw of thnt citj. lor the benefit of John \\esley Mel- odist Ej)is-copiil Church. M:.- Win. H. D u f t \ i* .said to be quite ill at her borne on Bov/ery street. Mi. P. O'Rourke. aecrmpanied bv Miss Ethel Pearce. of Lord, have gone to Baltimore, where Miss Pearce will take a situation as an ev.jcrt milliner. Mr. G Washington McCuIloh. ol (Yn:niv. \V. Va.. is the suest cf his in upon f.inul 'i,n Orni.ind street. Mr. Oiui R liice. of Beall High School, who lias been sojourning anicui" f i i e m t b and relaihes in tne eastern part of the State, lias returned. returned. . Miss M.irv Major, o!' Barton, who was the miett of MiÂ« Parks, has returned . -. * pÂ« Rn^or 5 ; DftStOI* Ol tlH* -1* 1^ Â» Â» i l l l f t i . i l iVUj^V 1 Â·', J J M O V W * v "Â· . . j church, in Lonaconing, .md interment was made in Oak Hill ctmetory. An ' d r e w Spier, funeral diuctor. . The case against a loc.il un iertak j er for making an interim-lit w i t h a burial permit was heard beiore i Magistrate C. S. Murphy, yesterday afternoon. It appeared that _the undertaker undertaker buried a woi.'.iu \\no died ' o u t on the mountains 'Â· o::d j without a regular permit irom the Io- i cal health officer. The attending [physician ga\e a certificate 01 death I v. hich the undertaker f.uled to file 1 with the health officer, and procure ' burial permit. The unJertaker Hied the certificate in his office and con- Â· sidered tnat sufficient warrant for ' burying the body. It came out in evidence that there was no intent evade the law. merely a misunderstanding misunderstanding of its provisions. While the law provides a penalty for failure to procure a ceitiflcate ot death and record the sa.ne. there is no penalty provided in the section covering p'ermits for burial. Squire Murphy held the case sub curia.