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THE RECORDER1 former brother Herbert, w h o la threat- Community- Building will be held this = O r s o n A . Bryant, agent, has sold = E d w a r d Davis h a s a Ford car. ened with pneumonia. Friday, owing t o t h e fact that t h e pic- t w o five-passenger Ford cars and de- bought from" Orson Bryant. I = T h e Rev. C F . Robson heard sev- tures needed couldn't be obtained until livered them to Edward Davis and Jay =.V.\ay: Mrs. Jcrusha Bear, with eral of the* Bible lectures given last that night. Gould. her daughter-in-law, Mrs, Mary Bear of FRIDAY, F E B R U A R Y 21. 1919. .—The -V—W—C—A—b»d_th&_jisnal — = O n FvK U t h th* children of Mr. Coxsackie: Mrs. Ernest McCafferty. natt & Co.- week in Catskill. Or. Wednesday after- noon h e w a s Joined b y Mrs. William meeting on Thursday at t h e Community and Mrs. Eugene Cook helped them to with her sister, Mrs. Ervln Rlvenburgh Baldwin. Miss Eudora Hubbard and Building. T h e play which it w a s to celebrate their golden wedding anni- of 0;«k Hill: Mrs. Samuel McCulloch, ROUND ABOUT THE COUNTY. Mrs. Robson, w h o attended the evening have on Feb. 14th w a s postponed until versary at their home in this village. in Preston Hollow with her parents, lecture, Feb. 2Sth; admission-35c., supper 3 5 c ; =:Howard Moore h a s rented Mrs. her sister coining back with her for a ASHLAND. = X e x t Thursday evening. Feb. 27th. proceeds to g o toward expenses of the William Tanner's farm for 1919. few days, MethmM.t Church Note*. there will be a " s e w n supper" in the building. =Orson Bryant attended the automo- = A s t h e influenxa epidemic is on t h e bile show In Albany this week. = G u e s t s hero; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Coventry of East Durham, at G. L. POUGHKEEPS1E, N. Y. = S u n d a y morning services at 10:50, Hall. Seven courses will be served, w i t h sermon on "A Castaway," the Rev. with seven waitresses In attendance, a wane now. school h a s again opened = M r s . Lester Hallock h a s the second Van Auken's; Mr. and Mrs. Palmes J. Entwlslle preaching. Sunday School program of seven numbers, a seven- and all public meetings a r e being re- attack of t h e flu, and Mr. Hallock w a s Bates of Potter Hollow, at Solon Mack- a t 11:45 o'clock, with lesson "Moses cent admission at t h e door, and every sumed. also ill the first of the week, ey's; Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Bell of Fraying for Israel." Junior Kpworth seventh person will be admitted free; = M l s s Nettle Schoonmaker, w h o w a s = 1 ani sorry to learn that the opera- Norton Hill and Mrs. Burdette Bear arid son. at George Layman's. I League a t 3 o'clock: Dorothy Clarke, supper 25c. Proceeds are t o be used recently operated on by Dr. Chandler tion which J a m e s Meloy of East Dur- leader. 6:30 o'clock; Senior Kpworth League at for the Presbyterian Church Insurance. Mrs, Doming, leader. Class meeting at 7:30 o'clock; H. J. • • * .•• KAST RNI>. for apj>endlcltls. Is steadily gaining, ham underwent at the Albany Hospital and her friends hope for a speedy re- for a diseased bone In the kneo w a s not covery. sufficient, and amputation of the l e g Is = A f t e r a short Illness with influenza deemed necessary. ••* WKST CAMP. = T h e r e are Several cases of measles Tell Your Neighbors That Luckey, | Davis, leader. H e h a s the best in town. = T h e Ladles' Aid Society of the Meth- odist Church will give a ten-cent social which he purchased in Hudson. —Otto Herman h a s a new team which turned Into double pneumonia. wishes of h i s many friends here, where Alice Haines, wife of Joseph J. Burkle. ho formerly resided. = Harry Moose Is quite ill. = T h e Ladles' Aid Society meets each • Piatt & Co. is Having An Unusual j I —Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dixon art" re- died on Feb. 11th, aged about forty- = M r . and Mrs. George Bates and Wednesday* with Mrs. Winnie Finch, In the Ked Cross rooms on Saturday, five years. Funeral services were con- from 7 to 10 o'clock, and the public Is covering from a n attack of the "flu." little son Rudolph returned on Monday for quilting, and all w h o can do s o are cordially invited t o be present. =\Vllllc Wlddls of GrapevUle Is a s - ducted by the R e v . C. E . Hewitt of from the home of the former's parents asked to come and help. Arkvllle. with burial In the village ceme- = M r . a n d Mrs. T. W . Demlng spent slsting Warren Sweet with h i s farm tery. She is survived by her husband, in Bates, after several days' absence. = T h e Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Dlngman Sale of Rugs and Trunks I — i Monday and Tuesday in Windham. work. = M r s . Scott Ellis, I understand, is e x - and Mr. a n d . M r s . Linus Cole spent three sons, three daughters, her mother = M r . and Mrs. J. T. Jeralds and son returned to their home in Connecticut from a visit to N e w York. last week, after a stay at their country house here. = X e x t season's work: William Grif- = M r s , Warren Utter h a s returned (Mrs. Viola Haines) and one brother l>ected t o be able to come back from the Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. ••• KAST STANTON H I L L . (Daniel Haines), to all o t whom t h e Albany City Hospital some time this George Shaft. entire community entends sympathy. = F r e d Pelhnm Is busy filling the = E . B. Powell h a s been packing his Kenwood house with fine-looking Ice week, at which w e all rejoice. = T h e r e w a s a good attendance from = Mrs. Gertrude Finch and little here at the dance at John Musier's, Ce- daughter went recently to see her bro- menton. on Saturday. I THE RUGS I fin, on Frank Gritlln's farm, beginning ther. Morton Makely of Altamont. I I from Owen Glennon's pond. = A w a y : Mrs. Wei ton Hill. In Sau- March 1st: William Unppleyea, for apples. = T h e many friends of Alonzo Hold- hear they all have the flu. but hope not gerties on Tuesday; Miss Edith Hill, Kilos lientley of Windham, beginning = W l l l Scott is home from Ravena rldge were grieved to hear of his recent very seriously. spending some time in Saugerties. March 1st: Terry Wlers. for J. T. Jer- because of e y e trouble. accident, and hope for his recovery. = G u e s t s here: Almerln Allen of East = V i s i t o r s : Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Benn s A w a y ; Mr. and Mrs. W m . C. H a n i - alds this Summer, and keeping house In the brick house after the flrs; of next en, visiting their daughter, Mrs, W . D . = P e o p l e a w a y : William and Michael Durham, with his brother Henry: Mrs. of Athens, on Sunday: Mrs. William Adell»ert Youmans of Norton Hill, for $18.25 Wool Fibre Rugs, 9x12 feet . . $15.00 month. llaight of Boughkecpsle: nearly all of O'Hara and Mrs. Herbert O'Hara. a t - a short visit at Mrs. G. W . Barrett's, Relyea and friend of Bloomlngton. with •»• the young people from the Hill, attend- tending the funeral of Miss Margaret Krskine in Hunter on Monday; Edward and calling on Mrs. C. B. Rlvenburgh: Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Relyea on Sunday. 30.00 Tapestry Rugs, 9x12 feet . . 24.00 • I ing t h e dance last Friday evening in Adams, at the county seat: Mrs. C. H. the Rev. K. M. Reynolds, a t dinner a t ••• C U M AX. = M r s . John Bronk h a s been III with Ravena. Legg, in Hartford, Conn., with rela- W. G. Wright's lost Sunday: Mrs. Maud ^ V i s i t o r s here: Clarence Van H o e - tives; Mrs. Minnie T m c e y . In Kings- Brannlgan and daughters Blanche and WKST G R E E N V I L L E . = M r . and Mrs. H. 1. Gardner and 34.00 Tapestry Rugs, 9x12 feet . . 29.00 pleurisy. sen of A q u e t u c k . n t Walter Herald's; ton: W m . 1. Hallenbeck, In Catskll! Mildred of Cooksburgh, with her father, daughter Catherine were a t James =Georgo Jones is on the sick-list. Leonard Ames and company from the Rufus Rider, and at Fred Rider's. 45.00 Best Grade Wilton Velvet Rugs, 9x12 ft. 40.00 = A w a y : Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Coon- city, at S. Bedell's; August Fasslaer of with Dr. Hubbard on Sunday to call Smith's lately. ley, at the valentine dance in Ravcna; Ravena. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Court and Mrs. George Jones, with her sister. Mrs. Will Scott, at E . B. Powell's. J. P. Travis of the same village. on Alonzo Holdrldge, w h o w a s recently badly injured. ChrUtUn Church Xotca. = L a s t Sunday the Rev. Albert sad news that his son Frank had died = P e o p l e here: Mrs. Brown o t Yon- Loucks gave a very practical, helpful of pneumonia Inrri base hospital in = A l o n z o Hitchcock h a s received the I 65.00 Axminster Rugs, 11'4x12 feet . 60.00 • I •»• ^ kers. with her brother, Joseph J. Bur- sermon on "Our Covenant With God." France. He enlisted in Uncle Sam's = V i s i t o r s : Mrs. Clarence Swan of Rocky Cliff, with her parents. Mr. and OAYHKAD. kle: Supervisor Elmer E . Pelhnm, from Mrs. Jennie Glfford led the C. R meet- service In 1916. and had been through = A n auction sale of Mead AUerton's Kingston, with his son Fred; Mr. and ing. • THE T R U N K S I Mrs. Charles Martin: Mr. and Mrs. El- much of the heavy fighting at the front. mer Bonn and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bronk goods will l>e held on t h e Sylvnnus Mrs. Daniel Haines of Saugerties. a t - = P r e a c h i n g next Sunday- at 2:30. He w a s exi>ected home any- day. s o the of Athens. Miss Charlotte Bronk of Al- Story farm, on Feb. 26th. a s Mr. Al- tending the funeral of Mr. Haines's sis- Bible study one hour previous. news w a s a great shock t o his parents bany. George Cole of Lake Katrine. Mr. lerton Is to move to Voorheesvllle. ter. Mrs. Burkle: Francis Burkle. com- = T h e union cottage prayer meeting and three sisters (Mrs. Charles Warner = T h e Ladles* Aid Society- m e t with ing from Palm Beach, for his mother's this Thursday w a s held a t t h e home of of this place. Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Muller of Rocky Store, with Mrs. J. L. Bronk on Sunday. Mrs. L. J. Betts last Friday, and. being funeral: Judson Ryan from Kingston E. N . Tompkins. T h e Rev. Albert M. Peters) a n d a half-brother (Fred $10.00 Dress Trunks . . . . $8.69 • I St. Valentine's .Day, the hostess pre- at his place In Haines Falls. Loucks w a s a t last week's."at Walter HitchcockV all of Albany: also his ••• COOKSBURGH. scnted the ladles with favors. T h e society m e t this week with Mrs. Cronk. Wright's, where a good spiritual meet- wife. w h » lives In Pennsylvania. S y m - pathy is extended to the entire family. • 10.50 Steamer Trunks . . . 9.13 I HIGH F A L L S . ing w a s enjoyed. = O u r church donation w a s held vt on Thursday. = . \ i l members a r e requested to a t - : = A w a y : Leslie Cornell, with h i s the juirsonage on Wednesday evening. =Away: William Smith. Mr. and = T h e new fountain is pretty dry. tend the annual business meeting this parents; Mrs. A. G. Roe. at B a y Hum's. 16.00 Fibre Covered Trunks . . 14.39 = M l s s Viola Garrett of Albany spent Mrs. Herbert Hallock and son. In Cats- = T h e r e w a s a hullabaloo at Mr. E n g - Norton Hill, for a few days. kill on Monday; Grover Parks and len's on Monday, and. a horse hitched t o Saturday- a t 2 o'clock, for the election Sunday- here with her parents. = A w a y : Daniel Keefer, at his s o n Mead Allerton, in Voorheesvllle: Ma- a wagon being started suddenly. Mrs. of officers. -> 30.00 Fibre Covered Wardrobe Trunks, - WINDHAM. Byron's, in N e w York: Mrs. Cook, with sons and their wives, a t a social at Isaac Lucas w a s thrown down and run her cousin. Mrs. J u n e : some of our their hall in Cairo on Tuesday evening. over, one of her legs being broken. PItATTSYILLE. - = T h e Ladles' Aid Society of the • three-quarter size, each . . . 27.00 Methodist Church m e t a t the Munson I people, in the capital for the automobile There w a s great excitement for some s h o w ; Mrs. William Caswell, jr.. In the time. = I t seems ns -though there ought to be a league of nations, but just how to House on Saturday and were royally 40.00 Fibre Covered Wardrobe Trunks, GREEN LAKE. same city with her sister. Mrs: Howard: = T h e spider-web party at Mr. E t h e - make It safe and satisfactory appears entertained. full size, each . . . . 37.50 Hoffman, whose husband is at the Al- = A dandelion blossom w a s picked ridge's w a s a great success. to be the question. W e shall s e e that = T h e ancient history class of the bany City Hospital getting over the ef- here on Feb. 16;h. W. H. S.. with the Rev. J. Markarlan =OHver Mlnkler and Horace Cook of this Is s o when the subject comes be- teacher, held a contest recently. In I fects of .3m operation.. W e all wish him speedy recovery. »-. • =.Tohn Steele is filling local and Leeds East Jewett are visiting here. ice-houses this week. -=iSkaUng—wasJmnK^ejlJ»y_tb«^min- and thaw of l a s t week. JEWETT. fore our Congress. = 1 have missed for several .weeks consequence the losers gave a reception :thc^*.vsH-.Y.-rtttciiz.items^of^iU'5rrF0-^n?rs^: to the school and faculty In t h e P r e s - vllle correspondent. It the "flu" h a s byterian CKuTcir"chapel"on~Fel>: n t h : — 17 I o__« 0 DURHAX. = M i s s Edith Hull i s quite ill. = A t the auction last week. Norman Radick purchased the hotel property; = A r t h u r Van Hoesen Is spending among the first to g o frour* Catskill to tions. = A son w a s born on Feb. 16th to Mr. struck htm. I hope its grip will sson be some time with h i s parents. H e w a s and Mrs. HHand Atwater. Congratula- relaxed and the letters resumed. = T h e auction a t the farm of Elden able time w a s spent. - = O u r C. C. Cs. gave a dance In the Hose Hall last week, when a n enjoy- Refreshments • , rraiT~c6 uovi I = J u d s o n Pond. jr.. of "\Ylndhnm called Cook near Red Falls on Saturday w a s were served: music by AUerton's Or- POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. I camp. consideration $750. recently on his grandmother. Mrs. Alice well attended, and everthlng brought a chestra of Cairo. •.* = S c h o o l i s again in session, Miss • • --XT, Pond. good price. John B. Wyckotf of Grand = T h e Roosevelt union memorial serv- Skidmore having returned from New- GREENVILLE. = O n Saturday Edward Morse w a s Gorge w a s auctioneer. ice at the Presbyterian Church a week York. = A St. Valentine supper w a s largely- taken to the Kingston Hospital, where = I t is reported that James Stickles ago Sunday evening -'was largely a t - = O n Sunday morning the R e v . C. F . attended at the Presy terian Chapel last he w a s operated on for a n abscess on is to work on shares t h e well-known tended, and w a s very impressive. This c Robson will conclude a series of ser- Friday. the neck. H e stood this well and hopes Prout place in Ashland during the year, being a Masonic service, goodly n u m - m o n s o n "The Resurrection of Christ." =Greenville*s male population.besides to return home in a few days. H e w a s beginning March 1st. , bers of Masons were present, and Prof. I n the evening he will preach on "The assiiming tight-fitting coats and wrist- accompanied by Mrs. Morse and the doc- = T h a t recent cold snap seems to have C,rH. Powell read a poem, following it Results of Infidelity and I t s Cure." watches.- is growing l o n g hair. This tor. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lacy are checked the flu epidemic in this place. by the invocation. The Revs. C. G. = M i s s Lizzie Cowles is .spending last addition is due to the continued a b - looking after the work and the children The sick people are all better. Gorse and Jacob Mnrkarian gave e x - some time in Ossining, helping to care sence of our good barber. William during Mr. and Mrs. Morse's absence. = M a n y flags in our village were dis- cellent addresses, and special music w a s Neidlinger. w h o h a s been in N e w York since t h e holidays. =Harold. only child o f Mr. and Mrs. played at half-mast on Saturday, t h e rendered by the choir. Emmons Pond, died on Feb. 12th, aged twenty-first anniversary of the sinking = J u d s o n Pond, w h o recently received CATSKILL SAVINGS BANK =Sanford Williamson h a s been doing 8TATBMENT JANUARY 1, 1918. BACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING carpentry- for John Lowe. twenty-three years, the funeral being of the battleship Maine in Havana his discharge from the N a v y , is work- = E r n e s t Slater and family- will OCT held at the house three days later b y t h e Harbor. T ing for Harold Moore. One D e p o s i t o r s S3.40e.S36.03 = S m a l l e r houses here have been filled = M i s s Dorothy Tallmadge h a s re- Surplus, at Investment or amortized c u p y _ h i s former residence, North of Rev. Richard Braunstein of Hunter value ot securities 446,627.71 B u t N o t So B a d If You Know H o w t o Freehold. burial in Maplewood Cemetery, Hunter. with a fine quality of ice. turned from a visit to Brooklyn. Reach the Cause. One by one earth's ties are broken = T h e Willing Workers had an all- = M r . and Mrs. Perez Steele and Mr. S3.8S3.163.74 = F r i e n d s of Mrs. Ella Butler are day sewing meeting a t Mrs. C. V. and Mrs. Sheridan Cammer were enter- pained to learn that s h e h a s had an A s w e see our loves decay. Nothing more discouraging than a apoplectic stroke, while in her Brook- And the hopes s o fondly cherished White's on Thursday. tained a t the home of Burdette John- constant backache. Lame when y o u lyn home. Brighten but to pass away. awaken, pains pierce you when y o u • = D a v i d Irving and s o n William P. • One by one our hopes- grow b r i g h t e r . l>ake sale at Lutz's store on Saturday. = T h e Ladies* Aid Society will have a son last Friday evening. = G r o v e r V a n Valkenburgh of West- Interest at 4% per annum bend or lift. It's c hard to work or to Irving were in Albany- on business dur- A s w e near the shining shore. = J o h n Yerry of Arkville h a s moved kill w a s a week-end visitor in town. B E G I N N I N G J U L Y 1, 1917 rest. Backache often indicates bad ing Saturday. For w e know across the river into E . A. Alberti's tenement house, and = G e o r g e T. Beggs. Andrew Moore kidneys and calls for prompt treatment. = I t is reported that Mr. and Mrs. \ The best recommended remedy- is Doan's Charles Sanford have purchased t h e Wait the loved ones gone before. Dearest loved one. w e must lay thee will work for him during the coming and Forrest H u g g a n s were here lately, season. having dental work done and attending PAID ON DEPOSITS Kidney Pills. Profit by this nearby resi- former dwelling of the latter, the Geof- In the peaceful grave's embrace^ = J a m e s Stickles is assisting in the dance a t the Hall. dent's experience: o But thy memory will be cherished Lutz's store. -^ = H i r a m Davis passed his ninety-first frey property on Main street. = A w a y : W . J. Lutz, for a f e w days birthday one d a y last week. Steve Cornell, Tannersville, N . Y.. = J a m e s Lewis Wheeler, w h o for t h e Till w e see thy heavenly face. s a y s : "I suffered with kidney trouble past three months h a s been confined with friends in Blenheim: Supervisor = W l l l i a m Hill had a narrow escape ••• Griffin "and Highways Supt. Brandow. in last Friday mcrnlng while on h i s w a y for t w o years. I had pains in t h e small to t h e house, is able to s i t u p . of m y back, and sharp twinges caught = M r s . Adelbert Sprague of 'Green- LIME S T R E E T . = T h e Ladies'Aid Society will meet on Catskill on business. to h i s father's farm. Owing t o the icy = V i s i t o r s : B. F . and W . C. Platner condition of t h e road a t the end of the H . To J O N E S & SON, m e when I stooped or lifted. My back vilie is caring for Mrs. W m . H . McCabe ached at night, and mornings I felt at T h e Inn. Feb. 27th with Airs. Wilson Hallenbeck. ot Stamford: Mrs. F . Mackey of Lex- South street bridge, near Mansfield ITS, S H E E T IRON A N D COPPER WORKl lame. I had headaches, and the kid- = N o one should forget the mystery ington, with Mr. and Mrs. E. W . Shoe- Knapp's. he w a s unable to make the P L U M B E R S A N D G E N E R A L JOBBERS I N n e y secretions contained sediment. T w o supper a t the Hall this Friday. Feb. maker: the Rev. and Mrs. C. E . H e w - hill, the,,car sliding backward over a boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills cured me." HAIXES FALLS. 21st: if stormy, on Saturday. Will t h e itt of Arkville. with friends; Mrs. steep fifteen-foot embankment. It w a s Price 6 0 c . a t all dealers. Don't s i m - ply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's = T h e Ladies* Aid Society m e t with people having those dishes from the Frank Pindar and daughter of Grand probably prevented from overturning Mrs. H . J. Myer on Wednesday after- Hall try and bring them that night, a s Gorge, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. b y a pile of brush near the bottom of Steam, Hot-Water and Warm-Air Heating they are needed? Andrew Carman; Mrs. Isabella Rich- the bank, but the fact that Mr. Hill re- Kidney Pills—the same that Mr. Cornell noon. had. Foster-Milburn Co.. Manufactur- = S e r v i c e s were held a s usual in t h e = A w a y : Mrs. Will Armstrong and mond of Catskill, with her sister, Mrs. mained in his seat and escaped unin- A L L WORK U N D E R OUR PERSONAL SUPERVISION I. F . Sutton; W . Scott Schermerhorn ers, Buffalo. N . Y. Methodist Church on Sunday morning, daughter Mabel and Miss Addie D a y . in jured seems almost miraculous. The A N D SATISFACTION G U A R A N T E E D . of N e w York, called here by the illness when Mr. Snyder's sermon dealt with Catskill; Mr. and Mrs. Grenville H o u g h - car w a s afterward pushed on down the tallng and daughter, Mrs. George Mow- ot his father, J a m e s Schermerhorn. a branch of the Centenary movement. bank to the level. Mr. Hill ran it Telephone 53-L 424 Main Street, Catskill. N . Y. TOWN OF NEW BALTIMORE, —The usual Thursday night prayer er, in South Cairo on Sunday to attend home, a s it w a s not much damaged. meeting and illustrated lecture a t t h e the funeral X>t the former's brother, Greene County, N e w York. SUNSIDE. George Houghtaling.. = V i s i t o r s : J. K. Mumford. with his = T h e y ' v e bought a brand-new organ family a t Shadow Lake F a r m ; George sir. HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE REPORT F o r the y e a r 191*. TO ALL WOMEN Cole of Kingston and Ed. Cole of Cox- sackie Flats, with their sister. Mrs. Will Armstrong. For all their fuss and search: They've done just what they said they'd do. HIGHWAY FUND. It.il.moe from previous year Receipt*. H i g h w a y tax collected pursuant $lf> 22 4.200 00 WHOJREILL • «• MEDUSA. = S o m e twenty-five relatives a n d And put it in the church. They're bound the critter shall be seen. S o on the preacher's right t o Sees. W> and 91 Received from State 2.100 00 This Woman Recommends friends gathered at Walter Wright's o n They've hoisted u p their new m a - Received from eo.il solil S4 SI Feb. 14th to help him celebrate h i s chine. From Knickerbocker Ice Co Xi 77 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- birthday anniversary. Ice cream and In everybody's sight! cake were served and a pleasant e v e n - T o t a l receipts $rt.477 SO table Compound—Her ing w a s spent. = D o g s ran down a valuable full- blooded Jersey bull recently, and broke KxnendltnreA. Oenemi repairs Si.sin i;> Personal Experience. = E . N . Tompkins i s the first one r e - Its l e g s o badly that Veterinary DeWitt Sluices and c u l v e r t s . ; ion oo ported in this locality to make garden. said nothing could be done for it, s o it Special Improvements J 1.900, SS A week ago. with the ground In fine had to be killed. T h e animal belonged McLean, N e b . — " I w a n t t o recom- Total expenditures.. $.-..S70 07 m e n d Lydia E . Pinkham's V e g e t a b l e condition, he sowed radish and lettuce to Ralph Ruland. On hand Oct. .11. WIS $<»7 23 seed, but I think the freeze-up will give = T h e valentine social w a s a great Compound t o a l l nmnr.K F r x n . w o m e n w h o suffer them yellow fever. success: J7.40 realized. This Friday from any functional = O u r basketball teams have a n e w evening. Feb. 21st. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Tax received from Collector.. $«0O 00 disturbance, a s - i t ; ictr-wntrei'—tmt!r-Timt-i«Tr-J»rttvtrctnjr~»iuiic" Murta ot ACra. win give inen^hmiM; for has done m e more often at Makely's Hall. thc evening for a L. A. social. E v e r y - Kxpentlltnres. = V i c t o r y Lodge. T. O. G. T., drafted body welcome: supper served a t 30c. good than all t h e T.aNor and team work aoctor'3 medicine. suitable resolutions in memory of Mrs. per couple. Materials Since t a k i n g i t I W. B. Xosdall and the Hall Is draped = X e u m a n Van Tassel w a s very sick T o t a l expenditure*.. have a fine healthy in mourning for thirty days. Wis last Friday, but I a m glad to report On hand Oct. SI. baby girl and h a v e = T h e list of jurors h a s been drawn MACHINERY I T N I ) . gained in health and for the Supreme Court for March, t h e him much better. strength. M y bus- only one from this district being John = V i s i t o r s : Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W e s t Receipts. and baby Helen, staying a t Ross R u - band and I both T.IT received frcm Collector $100 00 praise yonr med- Milton. land's: Miss Isabel Utter, at W . R. D i s - Expenditure*. icine t o all suffering = T h e lawsuit w a s called here on tln's: Miss Evelyn Williams, at Bert Machinery, f<v>l<. e t c $ir» 7s w o m e n . " — M r s . J O H N K O P P E L M A N N , FU Saturday before Esquire Jerome Spauld- Snyder's. Kepalrs to machinery, etc TO 43 N o . 1, McLean, Nebraska. ing. between Victor Rodney and Dr. ••• Shoults of Preston Hollow. The former Total expenditure.*.. .«r»o if. This famous root and herb remedy, had the latter arrested for violating the On hand Oct. 31. WIS T H R E E - M I L E CENTER. $0 S4 Lydia E . Pinkham's Vegetable Com- automobile highway law. but the de- SNOW A N D MTSCEl.T.ANKOVS I T > ! > . =Oxir farmers wish for Mirnw. that pound, h a s been restoring w o m e n oi fendant w a s discharged on the ground they may draw their logs to the mill. Receipt*. America t o health for more than forty that there w a s not evidence enough to =Gridlcy & Heusted have been saw- T a x received from Cv>llecte.r $ino oo ycare and i t will well p a y a n y w o m a n sustain the charge. ing up the woodpiles In this vicinity. ExpeTHlltnre«. w h o suffers from displacements, in- = Bayard Cook h a s bought a black ssA number of our people gave Mr. Hemovlnc s n o w . . . . $.-.« no flammation, ulceration, irregularities, and Mrs. Floyd Brand of Oak Hill n sur- TIemovins weed* and hrojih 4 ST. backache, headaches, nervousness oi team In Franklinton. Kor w a t e r i n c tronch.* IS lY> " t h e b l u e s " t o g i v e this successful = M r s . Oscar McCafTerty h a s been prise on the 12th Inst., and after a Total expenditure*. On hand Oct. 31. 101S $73 ST. $.Y, 14 remedy a trial. your ailment write Lydia E . Pinkharr. able to sit u p for a short time, but It iKiuntiful repast and a pleasant even- For special s u g g e s t i o n s in regard tc is feared s h e m a y have to g o to the their hnppincss and prosperity. hospital for an operation for appendi- ing left them with hearty wishes for Yremarkswith Prince youloose joy'us OU can't help cutting smokespot every time flush your Albert—it hits Compen«ntIon t o Town Superintendent: Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. T h e rcsull citis, a s she has had several attacks 1*4 day« at *t.no per day $7.V. no of i t s long experience is a t your service. previously. She h a s the l>cst wishes of V T N I 8h*r* Rallr«UL you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy SnpervUor a n d T o w n 01cTk"» A l l o w a n c e : her many friends. Stip^rv!<i->r. lll-.rhw-ny I i w , So.-. HO. $ " t > Y srA gentleman from N e w York, with raUWll qotno s o n ™ I Alt>»ny Catidclll ootxo «"trm Weefcan-xcn pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine and as satisfy- ing as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-four 1 T o w n «'lcrk. IllcJiw.iy Law. See. 110 CT, no State of New York. County of <;reer.e: BOOTH-OVERTON his chauffeur, w a s a guest over nlcht •11.17am last week at W . G. Wrlpht's, and 3.Vftpm •T.3«*ra *50»m X.34»tn.. 1.25ptn '•••'.OTam.. *.42p m . h\5rt \ tn.. ..t.lSatn .11 A*, ara . .i.!s p m I-Mwn C.. Van'torpoel. Snpcrvsor of the Town of New Baltimore. T>c!n;r "Inly sworn, XA.T1VE bought up a few crates of fresh otrcs *J.OBpm Wpm 7.31 r- tn , *.Vt5p m . . - 0, iipm| V f l p n . . . .7.0* p m ..Mlpm It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure- pasture! For, P . A. is trigger-ready to give you more depose-s and s a y s that he I* the person mentioned an s u b m i t t i n g the forccoirn: re. port: that the amount-* Stated therein to _ AND: L I V E R and a quantity of cheese, which I Mabey took with h i s l.ixgo anto-truck •I.VJp t n . . . S c e note x , *6.«1 p m . . • D»Hy, x No Alhtny connection .10.<%pta tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecareer. have hoot) received hy him a<» Supervisor <-f «uch town are all that lie hn« received TABLETS to the city for him. — DoK-mvnera should !>car In mind ffnrtann W r i t R m l l r o a J . • « • Thai's because it has the quality. n« such oflVer for the purpos.es therein that they must re-l;cenpe their animals. s t n t . i l : Hint the expenditures sp«-llled therein have in fart Keen made for the pur- f . i t i s and t o the person-* indicated: that CONSTIPATION If they are not licenced b y the last of CaUalll March, town clerks are required to re- .Warn Albany CalKklll ?..V)a m coma s w r n 6.S1 a m NewTork 1AM p ra Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down that P . A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat. all of sueh expend It >:re-j were made In eood port to the state, and then II will cost ?.l!39pm li\otam 1i.l->ari *7..V>*rn 12.07 p ta faith for value received and In the manner SOMETHING KNTIRCUY NEW TRY ONE BOX O f the owners a nice little c^m or the 1.19pm I.dpm 9.01 a m — .12.0ftp ra S.JOpm • 1 0 3 1 a m 1^7p» And, it never will! For, our exclusive patented process repaired !>y the H i g h w a y I.r.-w; ( h i t the halancc* therein specified are all the men- doers must l>e killed. W e must l>ear x*.I9p tn . . . . ( . U p m • i s o t p m xf!3prn VV)p m •1.19 p m 3.ytpro S.JOp tn cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tongue! e> * ri-mninin^ in his hand* of the moneys this in mind and get on the Job. reeelved by him a s provided by law on no. ft.tTp tn 7.10 p m S.ttp ra 7.1«p n Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handxomr pound and half pound tin n m n l of the hlchwnvs arid hrldtres of such -C.iffor.l Pro*, are entlint: 2o.u0f) feet •7.«*p m S . i i p tn 'I.IJpD 9.43 p n humidor*--and—that cteccr, practical pound crystal f?Icss humidor with town. KIAVIN C. VANOKftPOKL. • of lumlter for Fletcher Tallman on •li.ftiam . l.Wtm •s.44p«j lt.Uain x Batarday only. tSnn> lay on If. sponge moistcner top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. Subscribed and sworn to before m e this THE AFTER DINNER PILL-LAXATIVE shares. • !>»l!y. * .tntb .lay of October. I01S. Ryrori Mansfield. Justice of the Peace. ON S / I . T AT VO'lft OWUT-.'ST On AT PtNNSYLVANIA STATION O - U O E T ^ n C CO. N.Y — Oscar Mnoky bought a flock of No ferry connection with train* d o e at 8:44 an J 11:23 p. m. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C sheep a t Frank Hagadorn's sale. Untitled Document Thomas M. Tryniski 309 South 4th Street Fulton New York 13069 www.fultonhistory.com ...liL! .JL..!!(...:., J,.U."!1"
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