The Bradford Construction Co. began the grading and paving on Monday of this week, George Phillips, the former munager.in charge. The work will be pushed to a finish on Washington street between Salt street and W<st Penn Railroad. Contractor Harris, who has charge of tho curb, is also on tho work with a largo force of men. Borough Engineer EIrick and his assist act, Malcolm Murray, are busy. Rev. Herbert Grim wood lias accepted a e!ill from tho Baptist congregation at vaiidergrift and will move there this week. Chester Brown, of Hyde Park, was in town Monday. William Walter, a veteran of ths ( ivil war, agwl 82 years, died at tin; homo of his daugl'itcr Miss Sue Walter, last Sunday. His army service was in Co. F, 135 P. I. and Co. G, ISli Regiment P. V.