|BOY DROWNED AT BARNESBORO|
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hydock, of Barnesboro, was drowned at that place Wednesday afternoon of last week. In passing over a footbridge across a stream he made a misstep and fell into the water below, which was much swollen by the rains. His companion, Joseph Burke, was greatly frightened and ran to Frank's home and told his parents what had happened. About twenty minutes after, the body was found some distance below the bridge, but life was extinct. The deceased was born at Gallitzin, April 2, 1894. His father has been an invalid for the past four years on account of an accident in the mines.