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                                                                                                                                           Letters addnwsed to the following re

                                                                                                                                       H.-l»-n Embtm-y, Herro. Ltysr tiwrRyi?,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NEW YEAR 6IFTS
                                                                                                                                                                                               Mr Walter Hartman and family spent
                                                                                                                                       m.tn unclattn<-d iu the past> l9>.-e: lllra New Ye«r» at bis fatbrra.
                                                                                                                                                                                               MISH Sarah Van Deiz«e, who has been
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       Tuc *• In »r < f I bU »lcp»rtmeal h&* been »tii U*>rt£««l lo rr«c^-lvt> *atn%c-rlpitii&» fnr Ihe Sm«-r iir-'tge Morn-•». Ur. Utuilsuo Smith.
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             urt«-..«.»»«« 1 <»M -ab»crt|mon v m i i i i i i <•.•! fun»»»b wlvrnt»ing rain. Hr ulll a>«o                                                                                                                           Ladies' and Gentlemen's Solid Gold and
                                                                                                                                                                                           til at tit-r brother's, Cornelius VnoDrtZ e.
             t * ^il«*t!w>l If) r t f b e l i e u * of t«it-til t o i r r * ^ . taut nil rommcxoirHltout* tnupl hr «ttfur*i
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              w                                                                                                                                                                            Is improving.
            « . .in srulrni r < ( .'IKHI ' s l l h
                                   >                    I be Qsllir u( I hr w w l r t » l | l n>i| hr t u « l pxit-pl t.i
                                                               H t                        l t   i t ! not Kr p.-! it r-n.*!                              New *»uleu>.                          Uri> Page will lecture in the cburcb         Gold-Pilled Watches.
                                                                                                                                           Ur A Wince left hutuf 1»BT we*k t o bme ->uod»y »Mfruooa at the usual                                                One of tbe Largest Assortment in the City.
            IAH AL IS1CK\ ITIKS                                                              Personals.                               \n-it till) tlangbter, Mrs. Jodu                     hour i>! servto-, i-JSa.
                                                                                                                                      of B.*-toa                                              Mr. Jobo Hartnun. Mr. Andrew Oil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  R. F. Simmons & Co.'s Chains and Bracelets.
     Wll              Mix              .*! r<x-»» at thr (' ! Hammoitd and family tcM town
                                                                                 >                                                         Mr J. Nelonn Mi>ak anil                         v. r «utl laiully. am) Mr Van D«rzee La                          DIAMOND RINGS, Some Beauties at $30 to $50.
Howe                       t-1          w».U»                            nr- 1-) lur Florida.                                         K'tti«. np»Qt t-nuday witb i                        i!r«m!» and family Rpent New Ys«rs at
     Dni' i.' t.« i «• »io.r Rtottu tra'n* on th*                                                                                                                                          Ur J irat-n
                                                                          \1i-s V<)-laM» Bu-«in^ r»taroel from
D &'              . r >H«1 «».r«- ui 1 inn uu i.lrtrll>
                                                                                   lle. W<-Jn*-sday.                                      A renntoo «frvU-« will be b«-ld at the .V.r aud Mr*. Anthony Pangbnrn,
                  f j » - l i " «?»rlv !• irt .>f t o e                                                                               U. E church nest Sunday evening, al Mrs Fmncsa P^ngbarn sntl Mra, dnao
WtSrll
                                                                                    Blanche Unttice spent Snuday bait after seven o'cK.clt.                                               nou vtaittrd Mr. and Mis. Andtew Wai
                                                                                rrUtiveo at Unea.                                         Mr. Gilbert Wtnn* is confined to thf dren at Jrrtcho. New Yrara                               I
                   of tbe int>n employd Ht tb«
steam -*w mill, n-ceot'y »*t np in Shn-                                   Mr* S Sager and d«nghter spent th«- noose by sickness Ht» friends sinceiely                                                                                                                                •PHONE 15O0A
           <Vs w<>od». are l«uarrt»ng fit tb«-                        day in Albany recently                                                  him a speedy return to health.                  Plates that fit. Boose Daatal Co . Al- '
                                                                                                                                                                                          bauy.                                         I
 Horn** L.««u boif I                                                      Ur. snd His. Brayton Babcnck will                               It Is very gratifying to bar many                                                              I
                I>eker. who has been confined bo»rd in Albany tbts winter                                                             friends to learn that Mr*. Sophia Mann,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Elsmere.
 to bis hom» for a week l>y tllntas. h»»                                                                                              who bus been snfferinK with pneumonia
recovered »ud rrtnnud to bis work at Prof. Charles Blessing attended tb* t h e                                                                      few d , y s > u n o w rapW|_ ^ .          Ltsten tor tbe wedding bella.                          B e n e B . F D . Note*.                                   BAILBOAD8.
                                                                      Educational Conference at Syracuse last                                                                                 13 below cero Monday moratng.
the printing office.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Wright hav»
                                                                      week.                                                                                                                   Mr. aad Mra Bert Sacor spant Nsw a boaaclBK baby boy.
     The pnbltc school opewd Monday, bat                                                                                           I Hra Page, of Albany, will deliver an Year's witb her mother. Mrs. Stewart.                                                                                                       DKLAWAJtE AND
the attendance was not quite np to th* Philip Crapjy. of ChioMto. was a guest j                                                                     t o . Reformed charcb Tnes-                                                               Mlsa Lnella Dyer, of CotooW, vtsitrd                                          HTJD60H B . E.
standard, on account of the storm and *t Mr and Mw. J. White Sprongs on jd s y e T e n m g > J a n . x* , D w b t e B ^ w , , ,
                                                                                                                                     uaartam    at                                            Mln Ma Httlson, of Albany, spent her
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          at Merrymoor Farm, New Year's week.                                            CoawtaclBf Oct 4,
severe cold weather                                                   N«w Years day.                                              ] convey to tbe Christian cbarch an im-                 vacation witb her friend, Madge Reed.
                                                                                                                                   i                                                                                                          I shall carry daily Albany Times-                                  , iflOn. trains will m m
    Special service* have been held daring                                Mtss Bt»th Baainra epent the early | portant message from Periconie. chief of                                       Mite Grace VanWie spent Bandsy                                                                                     M follows between Alhaay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Unions for sale beginning naxt Monday.
the wet* to tbe It. E. cbarch Presiding part of the week witb friends at Castl*- jthe Coniancble people Mrs. Page i s a with her friend. Edith Allen, at Albany.                                                                              Remember the Maccabees drama.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     and Altamont. lawriif
Elder Stevens of Albany, preached on too and New Baltimore.                                                                          mast eloquent and impressive speaker,                    Hr. aad Mr*. Rogers cave a New                                                                                         Albany at the Muldn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The cast is oow complete asd comprises                                     Lane depot.
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Tbe                                                                                                   *nd no person in tbe community can Year's dinner to several friends from tbe many artists of promising talent who
services were conducted the remainder                                     Prof. J . E Ostrander of Amh.rst.                                                                               city.
                                                                                                                                   |                                          of                                                          have never before appeared on the stage
of the week by the pastor, the Rev. C. Mas*. spent last week in town, with his                                                                                                                Miss Elisabeth Albright and Lillian in Berne.                                                   Bolls*
 H. Sturgess.                                                         parents, Mr. and Urs. John Oatrander. , _
                                                                                                                                                                                          VanWie spent New Year's with friend*
                                                                                                                                   | The donation at the Reformed chorch,                                                                     These embryo blixxsrds serve to break 2 SI 5.5 •<
     Tbe following papils of the public Him Kxtfaerine Frailer and Leonard New Year's night, was a gratifying sne at Albany,
school bave been perfect in attendance Fruiter, of Amsterdam were guests of 1 cess, enabling the ladies of the chmcb to

                                                                                                                                   ; long planned and toiled The last cent and Amsterdam.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tbe monotony of tbe mail carriers life
                                                                                                                                                                                              Mrs. Charles Secor recently spent s and make it interesting. 6.W Monday
since cch-K)l opened September 8. 1003:tbf ir annt, Mrs. L E. Haswell, la-t| reallz« the obj-ct for wbicb tbey have few days witb* friends at Schenectady evening fonnd me, after passing through
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     f§l
 Edna Moat, Ethel Moat, George Fowler week.                                                                                                                                                                                               ploughed fte»<J», over atone walls and
and Stay Balsdorf In over 600 writt n                                                                                              I of debt on the property is paid. Tbe                     Mrs. GileoD. of Galway, is spending rail fences, stock in a snow bank in the ssrs&s
                                                                          Harwood Sprang, ot New York, bas { mortgage Is ready for the fl itnea All
spelling words Edna Sager has bad a                                                                                                                                                       the winter with her daughter, Mrs, Vaa Vrankeo—Wilday                              neighborhood
                                                                      been spending a few days in town, wttb
perfect record since school began.                                                                                                 ; this suggests a                                      Henry Rotating.                                 Tne boras made a lunge and cleared ssssss
                                                                      ots parents, Ur. and Mrs. J. W hit*-'
           Installation ot Officers.                                  Sprong.                                                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs Charles Irwin, of Albany, himself of the cutter and all his bazae*
                                                                                                                                                 at oome tutors day. This is the spent New Year's with his sister. Mrs. except the bridle asd tains, taking the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          e
     D. D. G M. Fred J. Miller and stuff                                  Mr and Mm Ray F. Arthur spent , third church to be built, 'quit p d and Edward Reed. 00 Kenwood Ave.                                                            carrier from bis seat witb man celerity
installed tbe following officers of Frien- Friday at Falters, being uue-ts of Mr*. !paid for by tbis soeirty since tta orszani                                                                Mr and Mrs. Prank Pangbum, of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          than ceremony and landing him In the
dly Union Lodge. No 381. L O. O. F , \rtbor'8 parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abratu i«tion. And no little praise for teeFullers, epent a few days Christmas snow. We managed to straighten up
Saturday nigbt: N. Q.. Fred Goldrtng; Uallenbeck.                                                                                    issue Is due the faitbftil and diligent                                                              after a while and proceeded bareback to
                                                                                                                                      Lutdie'« societies                                  we*k with his sister. Mrs Willis Sager, deliver the rest of the mail. Jake came
V t*.. Jay Fowter; Secretary. Arthnr                                      Mr. and Mrs. C D. Hammond and :                                                                                     Mr. and Sirs. William Fnrman and oat with a Untem. loaned me a harness,
Bel us**: Fiuanciai Secretary. James Bee- dttushter. Miss Josephine, s ent N<-w
ten; Treasurer. £ O. Van Wie; Ward..                                                                                                                       A Card                         fltoshtfr Bewie, spent a few days witb and aided by tbe W ilday boys got me
                                                                                      h Ur. and lire Franfe Parsons,
 A. C. Con**-: Cotid . R F. Allen; Ch»j>., at Altamont                                                                                    We. the nnderciunvd. do b«r*by aar»^ b»r patents. Ur. and Mrs. Eitas Wostfall, started for Berne where I arrived with-
J. D. iloak; Hi., Robert Oliver; O. ( i . .                                                                                           ^o r«-lond tbr moot-y on a 50 cent bott!- at Altamnnt.                                              out farther misbap.
Charles Alltu; R 8. &. B, Andrews; u                                      Mrs H Caltanan and eons. Charier •»f Gr»-en'e Warranted Svrnp ot Tar If it Mrs. Knlley and dtasjhter. Mrs Cart
                                                                                                                                      f xti»8 to core yonr con^h ur cold. W <?                                                                Don't miss having yonr Watch or
8. 8 . . J . Bilyieu; B. 8. N. « . CharlesH and Reid, left town Wednesday for «l«o cnaraotf e a 25 cent bottle to provv ner. of New Baltimore, and Zilpbta
Hay; R • > V l i . , Jesse Guernsey; Coming, where the) expect to opend
                   ".                                                                                                                      tft            money rfnudwi.                  V*nWie rpent New Year's with Mra Clock repaired by J. R. Boynton, Aita
                                                                      »everal weeks.                                                                             EJJMCTT \1YSDERSE. John                                                  moot.                                    27-tf
L. S. V. O . S. A. Petroff
    After tne tojtalUtiou a banquet was                                   Mr. and Mrs. John B. Johnson enter                                                                                                                                  P. P. Merribpw, tbe Quaker Stroei
held at tbe Borne Lawn hotel                                                                                                                                                                                                              dentist, la at Hotel Altamont. ever;
                                                                     tained Ur. and Mrs. Aibertu* Becker                                                                                                                                   Tuesday                                  578-tf     3S
            A Pleasant Surprise                                      and daughters Hula and Oiive, of New '
                                                                          atland, on Sunday.                                                                                                                                                  Oar written guarantee, Hoose Dental g Bans Sundays only.


                                                                                                                                                     BAJAC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Co., Albany.                                           t Stops on signal.
    A snprise party was given at the bus>« Ur. and Mre. Charles A. DocksUder •
of Ur. and Mrs. Ed. Bender, of New <mtertaioed at dinner oa Naw Hi ear's                                                                                                                                                                                                                         f Stops to discharge paawngera.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Plates, t o up. H             Dental Co.. Al OTTraina U, 30, S3,84, M, 38 going
Scotland, in honor of their daughter, day toe following goosta: Ur. and Mrs.                                                                                                                                                               bany.                                               aat aad trains tl, 31,38,35,37,39 going
Joanne, on New Tears Eve. A very en- W allon. lira. Height, Master Harolt and                                                                                                                                                                                                                 *est, are' local trains running betweea
joyable time was bad by alL Among Mias Eth«d Wallon, all of Albany.                                                                                                                                                                                             Colonle.                      Attamout and Albany and stop s t Ele-
                                                                                                                                  j                                                                                                                                                           mere and Font Grove oa signal.
those present wer Means. H. Creble, C                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mr. Fred Dyer bas been visiting friend* Snnday trains: Going east. No. 18,
Spore, S. Bcbrtbner, U. Ilathiaa, the Ur. and Mrs. Albertoa Becker, of!                                                                                                                                                                    in Albany                                          No. C6. No. 8, dne at Aibmont ISaS
Hisses Anna Jodin, Bessie Creble, fis New Scotland, entertained the following i                                                                                                                                                                                                               p. m.. stops Sundays only to diactiarg*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Ice harvesting is again in order. The passengers. Going west No. :» So. S
telte Loncks, Mable Hedrick. of Jenxsa on New Years Day: Mra. Temperance '                                                                                                                                                                 tee is clear as crystal and 14 inches •tops at VoorhetsvUle and Altaauvt to
lem: Messrs B. EL Conghtry. A. Hum. Daly, of Ualwjtj; Joseph Oliver, jr., of !                                                                                                                                                            thick                                                 iraharRe pamengera only.
G. Barton, F. Stalker, a Wayne, A. Albany; Mr. and Mrs Juarpb Oliver, ot                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Time tables showing local and through
Hoak, E. Uoughtry, the Misses Dortha Delmar; Hr*. John H Johnson and Slisjt
Wayne, Florence Hurst, Henrietta Win- A IUUB, of Slingerlands.
nie, Gladys Barton, Lola and Oiive Bec-
                                                                                                                                                5* Cigar             DeajtsrvNE B R O S , M H I M , auwtr. H. Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Miss Lnella Dyer has resumed her train service may be obtained at all D.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          school duties after a pleasant vacation ftfl.ticket office*.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          spent with friends in Berne.
ker, Helen Wayne, of New Scotland.                                        Artist Twttcbell entertained the fol <                                                                                                                               Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McNab were pleas-

           Wedding Anulversary.
                                                                      lotting gursts. at dinner New Years, in
                                                                      honor ot bis K4th birthday: Ur. and <
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           antly remembered by a small party.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Monday evening. The frozen oyster
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     WEST-SHORE
                                                                      » r s Albert UcHurg and dangbters Alter;
     Mr. and Mra. T. G. Hotaling gave a and Grace, Dr. and Mra J. H. Fitcb.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           was brought out and converted into a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           hot stew which waa much appreciated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      RAILROAD==
                                                                                                                                                            Deuuar.                                         Chenmont.
New Year's (tinner to celebrate their oiaa Uae E. Fitcb. Ur and Mrs. Charle* J                                                                                                                                                             by all because of tbe warmth so ranch ContmsaetBg Bondaf, NOT 15, 19-33, traies
twenty fifth wedding anniversary Those rwitcbell, and dangbter Lnln. and                                                                   Mrs. A. B Conde is un tbe sick 11st.                Hif» Julia Hotaling is spending a week                                                         will leave Union StaUon, Albaay, as follows:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           needed.
comprising tbe dinner party were, Mr Uanon Ednn; Artbnr W. Twitcheil.                                                                      Miss Westfall, of Altamont, is visiting witb her parents at Coeymans Hollow.                                                                                                BOC'H
and Mrs George E. Chamberlain, ol                                                                                                      Mrs. R. Barnes,                                        Ur and Mrs John Patterson took                   Tbe Christmas entertainment at the •t 35 A. M.—National E«press.
 Rpcwood; Ur and Mrs John Botalina. Misses Ida and Josephine Twitcheli and                                                                                                                                                                  H E cbarch, Newtonville, was appre- •3 90 A. JL—^tlutte Express.
                                                                                                                                           Miss Urace VanWte spent Snnday i n New Ydir* dinner witb friends in town. ciated by all. Tbe house was well 4.43 A. M.—Hadsin Blver Local Erpreaa.
of Betbhrfeem Ontre; Mr nnd Mra John vV alter TwitchetL Tbe table decorations                                                                                                                                                                                                                   •7J5 A. M.—Ktaxstoa Local
 H. Gardner, of Meadowdalr; Mr. andwere carnations and ferns Tbe aff«tr. i Albany witn Alias Bin t and E>htb                                                                                  Miss Jessie Wilkes spent one day last filled. Newtonville a S. always bas a 850 A. M.—Bndsca River Local Exprsss.
 Mrs. Win A. Gstrsnder. of Albany, ano though informal, was thoroughly enjoyed                                                             Mrs Coarlee Oake, of Gal way. w«s re creek with Mrs. VanDensen at Rens- <$ood supply ot funds in the treasury •3 i30 P. M —N. Y. Local Limited.      U S A. M.—CoBiineni«l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Express.
        . John Ostrander, of SlingerUnds.                              t>y alt.                                                      . cently the guest ol her oouaia, Airs. Joe. selaer.                                                   with which to provide 8anta witb plead-             •S *» P. M.—». T. Local.
                                                                      _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ „ » ' Ouver.                                                                                                                                                                        •».15 P. U-- Ravena Local.
                                                                                                                                                                                              Hiss Emma Vanapeldom, of Lansinjf- ing gifts for both teacher and scholar. •11 Jo P 14.- Bivena Local.
                                                                                                                                           Mrs            Brittin has been visiting hnrg. bas been the «n*jt of her sister,                    Christmas and New Years have come                                        WEST.
         Dislocated H e r Shoulder.                                 |                      Newtonville.                             j
                                                                                                                                       ber sister, Mrs. Carrie McCoimack, tbe Mrs Darbecker, recently.                                                                                                       M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and gone. To some it brought much •7.45 A. M - Buffal. Loe»L (BseaoUc)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2.3UP          - C tea Local.
      Mrs. Johanna Soderbolm, of Fergus' Mrs J. H. Kemp is still on tbe sicb ' past week.                                                                                                     Ur J H. Wilkes, 1st engineer on the happiness; to others, darkness and des- •530 P. M. - CmUneatsl Limited.
 Falls, Minn , fell and dul^c^Jed ber I                                                                                                    Miss Letha Cooper hae returned borne            Dr«o Ricbmond, baa been spending a pair. The Chicago fire, in wbicb so •9 15 P. U. - Cntcarfo aad St. Louis Lfmitsi
                                                                            Mis* Beraie Helme is vuitlng her aunt.' from Mtitord where suo haa been spend couple weeks st borne witb his family.                                                                                              •11.30 P. M.-P<citc Express.
 ahonlder. She bad a surgeon get it back                                                                                                                                                                                                   many lost their lives, is too heart-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Local «T»tn for Ctlca leaves VoorhassrOIa
 in place as eoon as possible, but it was                              Mrs. H. Rapp. of McKownvtlle.                                ' ing tbe holidays.                                       Mrs. Calvin Kennedy, of Brooklyn. rendering to dwell upxa. The mourn- 4:15 P. If. d»il? except Sunday
quite sore and pained her very much.                                        Mr. and Mrs. I L. Helme and dangb                              Tbe Cbristmas entertainment in tbe rnt a few days latt week with her ing frients have tbe sympathy of all. Local train for Hew Tor* leaves Voorbeas-
 Her eon mentioned tbat be had seen ter, Iris, have returned from McKown M. E ennreb waa largely attended ami sister, Mrs. A. H. Teetsel. Mr. and sympathy could only relieve their vlUe SM4 A. M. U. daUy.                                If
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              train at 4i5 P.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   except Saadsy, sad atpress
 CbamberUin's Pain Balm advertised for ville,                                                                                       ; tne tittle folks rendered a fine prvgram.             vln a A. Teetsel, Master Austin the sorrow and restore lost friends.                                  •Daily, a D*Qy axespt liosday.
 sprains and soreness, and she asked Dim                                    Kin Mable Pitts and sister Mildred.; Mtsa Both Patterson bus returned. 2nd and Miss Susie Teeteel, of Albany,                                                                                                         e Boos via H. T. C. to Caraaa.
 to buy ber a bottle of it, which be did. have returned from a visit with relative* ;                                                                                                      «Uo called on Mr. and Urs. TeetaeL                                                                     TdapkoBSK: Westeott BagjisCB Trans, SB
                                                                                                                                               g p ^ i n g * tew days wttb be*
 It quickly relieved her and enabled ber in Nassau.
                                                                                                                                       alteT
                                                                                                                                     ' friend, Mias Kittle Wemrtek, at Albany                 Have yonr Watches and Clocks re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              The Cause of Many                                                Caapef; Wssteott Carriacaa, 80S Chapel.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Attests of Westeott Kxprsss Ccmpaay urn oa
 to sleep whieb she had not done for seve-
 ral days. The son was so much pleased
                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Bueil, of Coboes. and j M r & B H e n E c ^ M d Un Netoe paired by J R. Boynton, tbe expert re-                                             Sudden Deaths.                                            alltkroa htratestocasekbantaKe aad ea-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               caicseaborearriSKs, etc Taroeith tickets,
                                                                       daughter Fanny, spent New Year's dayf j | , u e r ^ , 3 daotfbtar have been spending pairer, Altamont. M. Y.                                                tfrtf      There is a disease prevailing In this            tin* tables aad fartk«r taforaMttan M Ualan
 witb tbe relief it gave bis mother that be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           country mod dangerous because so decep- Station.                     A. E. BRAINARD. Gen. Attt^
 baa since recommended it to many others with Mr. and Mra J O H«la                                                                   ; . l e w a . , , w l l n B r . gad Mrs. » . W                       Ouettqaetnaw.                                       ~"        live. Many sudden                                        Albany BuUoa
  Tor eale by J. F. Myndarse, and all Rev II. M. Boyce and wife, and Missi Latta.                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0. K. LAMBERT, G«B. pia'r. AgU
                                                                                                                                                                                              Cold wave. 16 below sero Monday.                                          deaths are caused by                      7 East 4*J St. Ksw ToikCtty-
 agencies in tbe county.                                                      Boyce were entertained by Mr. aad M r Hodman B . Allen, tbe new Koed                                                                                                                      It—heart dbesae,
                                                                        Mrs. J. G. Bflla, Thursday Eve.                                                                                        8=bool opened Monday aftsr a weskt                                       pneumonia, heart
                                                                                                                                       Commlaslunw, entertained thirty at din
                        Feora B u s n .                                                                                                                                                     vacation.                                                                  failure or apoplexy
                                                                           A nnraber of young peoplo from here oar New Yaara day.                                                                                                                                       are cfton the raauM
                                                                                                                                                                                               Mr. James Wadslsy, of Green Held,
      Mr. and Mra John Lehman, of Johns-                               attended a private dance at Lothrtdge
 town, spent the holidays at the parson- hall, New Y e a n Eve. A fine time was home after spending two weeks witb her
                                                                                                                                           Mias Josephine R Prink has retained
                                                                                                                                                                                           waa In town last week.                                                                           WO CHARGE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        cf kidney disease. If
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        kidnsy trouble is a t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Tor Paialess Eznactlaa waaa testa ar
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        lowed to advance Oa
 age.                                                                  reported.                                                       ancle and family, Mr Willis Bander, of Mr. Herman Bradt la spending a fsw                                                                                                               **i», wanaats*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        kldney-polsonad ordered. Full art ot teeth, ^ S tUtafa. »
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ejMCrowaa,»M»totMt.
      •Use Elate Waldroo spent the holidays Dr and Mrs. H. C. Abraxas and dangb Oneonta, also Mrs. John O Byard, of weeks wit%Bdw. Mitchell's.                                                                                                                          blood will attack 0m                                      raw
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  AH
 in Syracuse visiting ber aunt                                         ter Jane, spent New Year's day with Oneoota.                                                                            Mrs. George Latta and son Kdwia, of                                   . vita! organs or the
                                                                        Mrs. Abrsma brother and wife. Mr. and A surprise party was given Hiss 141 Indian Field*, visited relatives hare last kidneys themselves break down and vute
      The donation gives onr pastor was a
 socceae, socially aad financially.                                     Mrs. David Jennings, McKownviUe.                                Han Taylor. Friday evening, Jaa 1.1904. week.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           away ceB by cell.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Bladder troubles most always result from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Dr. Carmichael,
                                                                                                                                                                                              Miss Haggle Hotaling, of CtarksviUe, a derangement of the kidneys and a curs it
      Gilbert Salisbury will work Wm. Van Miss J. B . Abrams attended the re- by a large number ot bar young friend*                                                                                                                       obtained quickest by a proper treatment ot O H * B*«Uaga.                           2O1 Onion S t .
  Atten's farm next year having Isaeed it ception and banquet given by the Ladies Untie and games were Indulged 10, after sprat Wednesday witb Miss Jennie H o the kidneys. If you are feeling badly yoa                                                                                                  SCHENECTADV. N . V .
  for a term of yean.                                                   Auxiliary, of the Wesley O Howard which a collation was served, and all re Binch                                                                                   can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's
                                                                        Rose company, of Bensselaer, New turned home voting tbeir hostess a fioe Mr Edward Mitchell cut his foot Swamp-Root, the great kidney, Bvtr and
      Tbe Ladies Aid society have recently Years Eva                                                                                    entertainer.                                        fnanulay morning while chopping w e d bladder remedy.
 installed new ligbta for the church and Mr. J. B Kemp and family attended                                                                                                                                                                     It corrects inability to hold urine and scald-
                                                                                                                                           38 degrees below zero, Tnwday mnnv in the woods. Dr. Sanerbrie dressed tbe ing pain in passing It, and overcomes that
  were first used Snnday.                                               the annntl N«w Y«ar"g Rathertnn at ttt«- tng We tbink tbe new yexr hast started                                     vronud.                                         unpleasant necessity of being Compelled to
      The Jericho and Feura Bush schools oome of bis p«renta, Ur aad Sirs. J. W. m wttb real old fnsbt >n«l wiot«r Mr Ben B*ck and Miss Bertha Vsc- go often during the day, and to gsl up many
  each celebrated Xmas by appropriate Warner.                                                 Among        others           were-. weather, hot we bops It will Dot la»t Derbllt, both ot tbts place, were united ' extraordinaryths night.S^ratnp-Root and the
                    and a Xmas tree for the child Mr. and Mra. C Robdan, Ur. and Mrs.long, for Jack Fro*t b<v> «ain^d eotran in marriage at tbe parsonage at Ravena realized. It stands ths highest for its won-
                                                                         W. H. Brewater and sons. Hr. and Mrs cs in a good m «ny bouses to which he recently.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            times during
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             effect of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Ths mild

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            derful cures of the most distressing
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              taka and sold Steer. Ball or Horse
      ••'r. and Mrs. Francis Bradt gave a O. C. Ten Broeck and dautrntcr, Mr. an<l was a stranger before.                                                                                      A gathering of eighty young people byS-aamp-Root Is pleasant to and one-dollar bide. Calf skin. Dog
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 all druggists in fifty-cent
  N - w Years dinner to their children and                               \in Putetnuo, Mr. and Mrs A. Pat*>                                Our K. F D. carrier wishes bis patrons           •pent a very p'easant evening st the sized bottles. You may                                         skin, or any other kind
   I, rtuidcbildren. An enjoyable time was man of Watervliet, Mr and Mra. E would shovel the snow away so tbat be home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark DeLoog. have a sample bottle of                                                                                                                    of hitlc or skin, and let
  t-, eat by all.                                                       Ptteman, of Troy. Mr and Mrs. Me Wil- con Id get to tbeir mnil boxex better, Ni-w Year's eve All report an enjoy- this vondsrfu! new dis- fcj                                                                           us Lan it with t!'«* • —. r
                                                                        ton, Mr. and Mrs A. W»rner, Mr. »««» j Ecery oneOTsntto willing to do tbi* able titue, mach of which was dne the covery and a book that                                                                                 an, soft, lijjht, O.T'I.S3
      Mrs, and Mrs. Qeo. Rotbanpt enter- \V. Warner. Mr and Mrs P Warner.                                                                                                                                                                   tells all about It. bsth
                                                                                                                                        when tbey cet their m*il so promptly >ff.irts of the hostess, who npared no ssnt freo by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer 8t Co. and laotli-proof. ior roLc,
 tained the following gaesta on Christ- Mr. and Mrs. G. Eicke and daughter, ol each day, and please put tbe peonies in paim to make everything pleasant Binghamton, N. Y. Whan writing mention rag, coat or gloves.
  mas: R « T F. V. W. Lehman and family. Uttca                                                                                          a paper, tbat will save nim from remove linstc and d«ncing was enjoyed. Tbey reading this generous effer in this paper - •                          >      Brit 6 • •* c t o n r C*
  Mr. and Mrs. John Knanff, Hr. and                                                                                                     tag bis gloves throe hittT cold mornings rt-tnrned home early in the N«w Year.                                                                           u R -»od
  a i d Mrs. W. R Van Atten and dsugbter Have your W«tca«s and Clocks re-                                                                                                                                                                      Don't laake aav mistake, but retaeab*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            •he name. Swamp Roit Dr Kilmer's Swsrap
  Uattte, and Mr and Mra. John Lehman, paired by i R. Boynt- n, the expert r»>-                                                             Roone Dental Co., 37 N. Pearl St.                  Hoo*e Dental Co., 87 Noatb Pearl S t , Root, tn4 the address, BInghuaton, N. T raw fur&.           •mS CROSBY FBtSlAN r t « CO.MPAKV.
 of Johnstown,                                                          pairer, Altamont, N. Y.                              2ft-tf Albany.                                                  Ubany.                                         oa evarv bottle.                                            110 Mia Street. Rochester. N. V.

				
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