Tlnaradnr. Janasary 2 4 , W 5 W
CALEDONIA! NEW YORK
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JO Y E A R S A G O — J A N U A R Y 23, 1905
Starting on F e b . 1st, Caledonia will have telephone service all
day every Sunday for d i e fine tine.—Edward Peister has t o l d has
barber s h o p t o Joseph Dooley.—Harris G Root o f York, father o f
Charles H . Root of Caledonia, died Thursday evening.—George
Payne, son o f Mr. and Mrs. W. H . Payne, and Miss Elizabeth Allen
• i Sod in will be married tomorrow^—Last Wednesday afternoon
while digging at the bonom of a well, Arthur Johnson struck his
left l o o t , running the pick point nearly through it.—Albert Galla-
gher dislocated his left knee while coasting o n Malloch's hill.
25 Y E A R S A G O — J A N U A R Y 26, 1910
Seethereafern company in 1921 as
D o n a l d McKenzie, well known here,' and Miss Elisabeth Orn- general plant manager. Since 1024
he has been with the New York
dorff o f Washington, D . G , were married Saturday.—There is g o o d Telephone Company, first as gen-
skating and ice 10 inches thick o n Marengo pond—Relatives here eral plant manager, later as general
manager, and most recently as op-
have received word o f t h e death of Samuel Murdock, Jr., in Spo- erating vise president until ]
tion as president of the » r
kaae, Wash.—Baker H . J. Smith is advertising rolls at 75 cents per baring Its headquarters In
BanSBSirf—Mrs. A n n Mahoncy o f Leicester, travelling with her
en»n%F»Tj^S' W » W D tr " ON GUEST
•anbgnJ, dropped dead hi Pueblo, Colo., when she met a nephew
PROGRAM BY .EPH0NE
whom s h e was overjoyed t o see., 1
20 Y E A R S A G O — J A N U A R Y 20, 1915 Club put on a Pi
as their guests the 1
Last Thursday evening, Mr. a n d Mrs. Thomas M. Skivington NeK. Lions Club, bat they
distance guests, as the*
cslr bested the 20th anniversary o f their marriage by inviting a carried by telephone to Om | 1
large number o f relatives and friends t o their home.—A Miner to a long speaker In the club
At the same time, the
Wellman h a s been appointed assistant d e s k of the State S e n a t e — broadcast la Birmingham
John McCollum, one of the oldest Scotch settlers o f Caledonia, tion WBRC, whlla in Omaha ra-
d»ed yesterday at bis h o m e southwest o f this village.—Philip Kraut-
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grajn and broadcast ttorer
THAT RUN COLD
wurat died today at his h o m e four miles front Caledonia -
Kaenxyn Collins of Lima and John A. Keyes o f Caledonia
It's % bad night for sailors wben tberc tjo't
matte I * any hot water to get into—or, if the supply
15 Y E A R S A G O — J A N U A R Y 2S, 1920 Uncle Jab says
happier if the other half '
ater suddenly gives out.
Gill died Jan, 26th at his h o m e o n the Ellicott road.—-
-An Automatic Gas Water Heater in the
Miss Catherine E. Farrell and Leo L. Skelly were married yesterday. home eliminates the stormy scenes that
Cmm Mas o n the ground from 18 to 22 inches deep,—Mrs. N a n c y Most of the breakage in the lather usually go with old-fashioned water heating.
Marshall died on Jan. 23rd.—Mr. and Mrs. George Sherman of parts of harness strata; from cracks,
The result—oceans of satisfaction—espe-
Rush have purchased d i e Marshall Inn.
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i cially when you realize that this 24-hour
•f A Corne 11 bulletin, just off the press, WATER! FOR AS service so little.^
tells how to brace trees ! and treat
Little Denser F r o .
Ohio wag the first state la the wounds in the orchard, j Single copies
to adopt the Indeterminate Of this bulletin, E - 312, may be had
LITTLE AS IOC A
la little cause to worry criminals—that la, the from the office of publican in
death or injury
oolj ens HalL Ithaca, N. Y.
killed by s Stop in at Marvin's Hardware, Caledonia,
They hare been known te eg farm real ^rtfttir Trf-Coanty Nat. 6as Go.
bag few cities and towns Federal bind banks during No1 or phone 137-M for details.
buildings have been were greater than at any moni
U ia estimsteg by the Oensral s tnefi their organization in 1917,
Caledonia Nat. Gas Co. 1
In a f% so a statement of the Farm Credit
i Administration Sales totaled 718 par-
% b of r » ! „ U t e . " T ^
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try's hrst large distillers.
UNIQUE HAN DCUFFS —
hatsag the many »n ve n t ions an
display at the National Inven-
tor's Congress la Hollywood w+
the shove pictured hsneouffs
which do net allow the prisonsr aan
t e move any of the fingers. C U T A W A Y EVE-
This new cutaway
style IS a model ef
STARTS AT BOTTOM— a roae-colored taf-
Stuyveaant Peabody, Jr., feta evening frock
gen ef the millionaire coal wern by Virginia
mine owner, it shewn ** Shields, popular pic-
he learns the coal butt tore star. The jack-
aese fron* tn# v l * ^wes *\» fs • w s \ a) 11 s\ g>
,e*e" ysung the tail coat of a
•nan that s fun day ef -nan's fait' dress
nsro labor ntakes nnn suit, has wide lapels
hunt nla sad at nlgnt. * * d elaborately
»SW THIRD DIMENSION" ART- INGENIOUS GUN-TRAP - William
a thlrd-di- Csvin was killed whan he tried to tear
to his desfn ***Je} TresaMweingf* ehjn en the farm
0 of iahii Narda. m a r Pittabumh. Pa.
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velvet Naenp hsji gland a f a n behind sign.
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4 Is be- wHien ne pan up xc seep w«v»i» TI ot'1 r
% with nog,. »y
nt log on his da ighter, Msnon
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York 13069