GROSHON - WEANT John David GROSHON of Motter's Station and Rosa Arabella WEANT of Taneytown were quietly married February 11. CRAMPTON - BARNES Elmer Guy CRAMPTON of Jefferson and Sallie Fleming BARNES of Feagaville were married February 12 by Rev. Charles F. STECK, D. D. BOONE - KELLER Vernon BOONE of near Frederick and Miss Alta KELLER, d/o Mr. and Mrs. George W. M. KELLER of Middletown, were married at the Grace Reformed parsonage on February 12 by Rev. E. L. McLEAH.
- ZIMMERMAN - Mrs. Elizabeth ZIMMERMAN, w/o Mr. Edward ZIMMERMAN of Carroll's Manor, died at her home Saturday morning of general debility, aged 82 years. She was a most estimable woman. - ZACHARIAS - Mrs. Ann R. ZACHARIAS, widow of the late John F. ZACHARIAS, died last Wednesday evening at the home of her son, Mr. Horace C. ZACHARIAS, East Third Street, of diabetes, in her 69th year. - ALBAUGH - Mrs. Catherine Louise ALBAUGH, w/o Mr. Ingomar W. ALBAUGH, a well known barber, died Friday morning at the Frederick City Hospital, of a complication of troubles, aged 34 years. She is survived by her husband and four young daughters. - MYERS - Mr. Clifford H. MYERS died at the City Hospital Thursday night of typhoid pneumonia, aged 23 years. He is survived by a widow but no children. - WILDERS - Clarence M. WILDERS, infant son of James and Annie WILDERS, died at his home near LeGore, this county, on February 8 of congestion of the lungs. - SHOOK, Libertytown - Mr. John H. SHOOK died at his home at 1 o'clock on Sunday, of heart failure, aged about 52 years. The deceased was a retired farmer and had for the past few years conducted a boarding house in this place. He was highly respected by everybody and is survived by a widow and several brothers and sisters. The funeral took place today at 10 o'clock with services in the M. P. church, Rev. WOODEN officiating. Interment was made in Fairmount Cemetery. The pall bearers were: Messrs. Milton CARTER, Jacob N. PITTINGER, O. M. SWEADNER, J. V. ALBAUGH, Calvin METCALFE, and B. F. HAMMAKER; Sweadner Bros. funeral directors. - LINK - George LINK, a resident of Woodsboro district and a well known farmer, was struck and fatally injured by a locomotive of the Northern Central Railway at the Glade crossing, a short distance above Walkersville, Thursday afternoon of last week. Mr. Link, who was on the petit jury of the present term of Court, had been excused and was on his way home. He reached the Glade crossing just before the southbound passenger train reached that point, and started to drive across the track not realizing his danger. The horse had gotten clear of the track and the locomotive struck the dog cart, hurling the cart and Mr. Link a distance of about thirty feet, into a field along side the railroad. The horse was not injured. Engineer SWOPE stopped the train and men hurried to where Mr. Link lay. He was taken aboard the train and brought to Frederick. On the way to the hospital he became unconscious in the ambulance. Dr. Ira J. McCURDY, found that he had sustained a compound fracture of his right leg and a fracture of his right arm, and that his right hip was badle lacerated. He died at 7:30 o'clock from shock. He leaves a widow, but no children. The jury exonerated the railroad company and train crew from blame, but recommended an electric signal bell, like the one at Harmony Grove, to be placed at said crossing.