WEST SAI.KM. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lininger, of New Wilmington, spent a f^vv days with friends in tin's vicinity, Kits'week. Mis-s Abbie Rice, who spent the holidays holidays with her sisters in McKeespoit and and vicinity, returned home Monday, accompanied accompanied by her mother, who has been in MeKeesport lor some lime. Mrs. Bernhart, who has been suffering with an absess under her arm, is reported some better. Mii;s Mame Artheiholt, who spent a week in Piitsburg with her fiiint, Mrs. Sadie Arner, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Durst spent part of last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris, of, Gustavius, Ohio. Mrs. b. S. and Mrs W. VV. Brock way, of Green township, visited in this neighborhood, neighborhood, last Tnursday. Mrs. Norman Whitney, of Jame.stown, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Shoemaker. The infant daughter of Bert Lininger is seriously 111, with slight hopes of its recovery. recovery. Mrs Shoemaker and Mrs. John Foulk, visited (riends in Sharon, last week. Miss Emma Eich and Mr. John Muss, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Wengler, of [amestown, last Thursday. Henry Heaver. ofShenango spent last week with his uncle, Will Mal'hay, of Greensburg. . Mis. W. II. Ruhlman and daughter Fern, of North Lima, Ohio, spent a part this week with her mother, Mrs. M. A. Morford. Hiram Roberts is visiting friends in Sheakleyville, this week. William Wasser has purchased the Freeman Miller f:<rm, better known as the Christman farm. Mrs. Ruffing is on the sick list. Communion services were held at the Good Hope church last Sabbath, con vj w\t • *\j^j\. \.uuiv.«i larti. .Jitllt/tllll, H.MI' ducted bv Rev. W. M. Rehrig; eight were confirmed.