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Commercial advertiser. (Potsdam Junction, N.Y.) 1873-1958, February 14, 1905, Image 5

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TUESDJiY. FEBRUJ3fcT14. 1905. HOOSKIN STREET. Wall Paper Everyone knows that the assortment is larger and prices lower here than elsewhere. DEZELL'S BOOK STORE Railroad Time Table. — CtOINO XA8T. OOINO WK8T. 8:53 A. 11:20 A. 1:50 P. (1:20 P . 11:25 P. 11:20 A. •V45 P. M. M. M. M. W. SUNDAY M. M. (Milk Train). 7:18 A. 11:40 A. 3:5tf P . 6:40 P. :i:5« P. M. M. M. M M. OPTICIAN E. L. WHEELER A Graduate from New York, WILL BE AT Edwards, Thoma.q Houne, ..Feb. 21 Oouverneur, St. Lawrence Inn, Feb. 22 23 Hermon, Hermon House,: March 29 Canton. American House, Feb. 24 and 25 and every SIX weeks during the year. Come and have your eyes correctly fitted for glasses. Examination free. WORK GUARANTEED. DR. POWELL, 'ifi-lj CANTON, N. Y. Administerrt Gas for painloHH Extraction of teeth. BUSINESS NOTICES. H OCSK TO KKNT. I;KO. H. BOWERS. I^ORSALK CHEAP, ruy Honliiian RIVV, H.IUUIV ** Piano. It is In first claHH n\ui\n\ (i.m.l reason for spiling. L. K. WINSLOW. 44-4t M ONEY TO LOAN.— Canton Saving Loan Association. Apply to <'. J. Perkins, • ecretary. :tO-OL' F OR SALE—House and barn ami one acre of land on Whitney Strict. 21-tf. JOSEPH F. JUtOVN TKLKPMONK coal orders to my house •r leave them a t either of the A. Al. Aldrieh ^rocerv stores. IJ. H. -Rogers. «anton, N. Y. '17-ly. INCUBATORS AND BROODERS- Prices reduced on all the 'Cypherb\ •aacliims. and freight paid. See the agent for catalogue ana prieeN. O L HARHKK , AR-I., 44--H Cnnton . N N . SETTLEMENT ITEMS This is the day Canton experts I'wry Mian to do his dut.3\ and vote for 1MB party candidate. The Democrats have flint elasy men in the field, men who are • •apahle of doing 1 the work entrusted to them. Support your own man. don't •plit. I 'nion is strength. liothofoui 1 HrhoolH are having \aci- tion. Mr. Phalon has been very sick with la^rippe hut is some, better. Dancing is the order of the day. A very «njoyal>Je parly at John Leonard's last Kriday night. Miss Annie Tierney entertained eom- pan.y from the \Burg\ last week. Thelittle son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brady was quite sick last week but in on bhe gain, also thelittle girl of Mr. and Mrs. John (Jaffney. Farmers g^re about through getting their wood piles ready for the sawyers This is the weather that makes the wood dipappenr. I do no! care much for I he eiocmfcy ol' the man who puts questions to m<*> an an exeuse to air his own opinions. Now is the time to ^ot your furniture upholster- ed and repaired, cane rhairs reseated, as we have extra help with us at this time and can do work very promptly and at a less expense than •thor seasons of the yoar. 41-tf GEO. II. GTLMOKK. SHORT LOCALS. Gill wanted at oiftje, QO waging. MRS. H.S. WHITMABSH. The more you trade at Racine's Market the more he likes you. 46-tf. Kip guarantees all watch repairing one year, no run, no pay. 40-ly Rubberroid Roofing for sale by Tall- man & Ho wo. 9-tf. 15 set of good single harnesess for sale very cheap. Also a farm horse 5 .years old. E. A. GREEN. Optician E. L. Wheeler will be at Ameri- can house Friday and Saturday Feb. 24 25. Canton Legion No. 555 are, going to hold a dance in Miner Hall Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22d. Tbo a terrific storm is raging today, a heavy vote is being cast, apparently on account of the excise question. Dr. Sturtevant, oculist, American House, Canton, first Thursday of every month. Next date. March 2nd. 27-lyr. The ladies of St. Mary's Church will give a progressive pedro party at Miner Hall, Thursday evening at 8:80. All are cordially invited. W. W. Clark who has been in the em- ployment of Hart and Vandewalker for the past 11 years is going to resume his duties for that Co. Gouverneur submits today a proposi- tion to its voters to raise $18,000 with which to build a new steel bridge over the Oswegatchie river at that place: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet with Mrs. Whitmarsh on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. Subject, Suffrage. Leader, Dr. Heaton. Mrs. Geo. McCoy had the misfortune to fall on the icey walk near theRuehton Boat factory Saturday and break her rightwrist. Dr. Williams set the frac- ture and says that it promises well for recovery. We are still selling #5.00 Nettleton for $8.95. Ladies' Patent Ultras for $2.85 and many other styles propor- tionately low. Also have 75 pairs childs' $1.40 shoes at 97c, a pair. (iRIRWOLD &\ HARPKH. Sunday evening Rev. \V. H. Stubble- bine preached a sermon on Abraham Lincoln afc the Presbyterian church be- fore the G. A. R. and W. R. C. The church was decorated with flags and bunting and presented a tine appearanee. The choir had prepared special music, which was rendered in an exceedingly fine manner. The fourth of Prof. Hardies lectures in his fine arts course, will be given Mon- day evening, Feb. 20th. at 7:80 o'clock in the Episcopal Parish House. Sub- ject. Gothic Architecture. These lectures ai-e not difficult to understand. The pictures are delightful to everyone. Ad- mission 25 cents. For the benefit of the Public Libary. At Akron, ()., Tuesday January 81st, Judge Kohler granted a bill of absolute divorce to Jessie R. imrie on the ground of cruelty. The wife is given the custody of the one child and alimony. Mrs. Imrie is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Roulston of Canton and was married in 185)7. Today is St Valentine's Day. The birds are supposed to choose their mates on this day, and every nice young man of good principles selects the best valen- tine he can rind for his best girl, while the son of Belial does quite the contrary, and buys the worse comic valentines ho can for somebody he wishes to get even with. In any ease don't forget that spring is coming, in spite of the Candle- mas Bear who is supposed to be engaged in another nap of six weeks. Alexander O. Brodie, governor of Ari- zona, is a lineal descendant of Robert 3rd, ivfng of Scotland. His great uncle. Alexander (). Brodie, wan connected with thu Pierreponts and McCormicks who once owned .so much of Northern New York, and he himself was born in St. Lawrence county. He has one son, seven years old, who is alno named Alexander (). Brodie. Recently he furn- ished the Franklin County Historical Society, by request of Secretary Collins, with an abstract of his fumily tree and also with a portrait of the original Alexander 0. Bradie who figured in the history ofthis section. The special services at Grace church commenced with the holding of Holy Communion Saturday evening. There was a large attendance Sunday morn- ing, when Rev. L. E. Sanford preached upon the subject, \The Christian's God.\ The sermon was much appreciated, Litany was held at 4:80 in theafternoon by Rev. Mr. Sanford, after which he delivered a sermon on the subject, \The Soul and ItsTJeed of God.\ Sunday eveu- ing was held tho evening prayer service, after which Mr. Sanford preached on \Action and Reaction in the Spiritual Life.\ Much interest is manifested in the meetings, which are held under the aus- pices of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew. George MovehoiiHe, aged 28 a quarry - man, was seriously ami perhaps fatally injured in the quarry of the Adams-Duford Co. at Chaumont shortly after 1 Monday afternoon, lie wascngagvd in quarrying stone in an embankment when he dis- lodged a piece of frozen earth weighing about three tons, which fell on him, seri- ously injuring him. fie was picked up unconscious and removed to his home, where he was attended by Dr. LaFon- tuine. Hin chest was crushed in, and he was bleeding internally. He was also badly injured about the face and head. He has recovered consciousness. His father. I'\rank Morehouse, was badly in jured in the same quarry by dynamite I about six weeks ago. I The N. P. L Benefit held at Canton opora house Wednesday evening was a success in every way, and Jere. S. Ken- nedy, an old time favorite under whose direction the entertainment was put on proved that like old wine he improves with age. \The Mayor's Reception,\ wan tiie title bill but aside from this there were one or two good farces, and considerable specialty work by local and Sandstone City talont. Mr. Kennedy has the show bunineHH at his finger tips Find ought to do n good business in towns of Northern Now York whore wo understand he intends appearing with amaturo talent. Tho entertainment was ropoated Monday evening 'or the benefit of Mr. Konnedy and notwithstanding tho heavy storm was fairly well patron- iwd. i One of the attractions of the Jefferson ! county centennial just decided upon is an bid-fashioned fair on the grounds of the agricultural society where there will be a plowing match with ox teams, old- 1 fashioned horse races, games and exhib- I tions of agricultural implements. Pre- miums will be given for the oldest exam- ples of ancient sickles, forks, mowers, vehicles, etc. Old spinning wheels and carding machines will be shown in oper- ation in the old exhibition halt, the old- est hall of its kind in the State. Opposite will be shown every manner of modern agricultural machinery. The celebration will open June 19th. The centennial oration will be made by E. M. Barton, of Chicago, who is president of the Western Electric Co. and a millionaire. He is a native of Adams. An effort is be- ing made to arrange for a special train from Chicago to bring east the Jefferson county people residing in that city. They number upwards of 2,000. It is announced on authority of Tim- othy L. Woodruff and the republican leaders of Fulton and Hamilton counties, Durey and Cole, that the two counties will be made one within a short time by legislative action. Hamilton county is to be wiped off the map, and its 1,100,- 000 acres will be merged into Fulton county upontbe solicitation of the heavy taxpayers—J. Pierpont Morgan, H. Wal- ter Webb, Alfred G. Vanderbilt, the W. C. W T hitrrey estate, Timothy L Wood- ruff, Lucy L. Carnegie, the CollisP. Hunt- ington estate, the Duranfc estate and many other large New York owners of Adirondack lauds. Tbe taxpayers com- plain of the extravagance of running a great county machine to accommodate five thousand inhabitants. The merger, Mr. Woodruff asserts, has the sanction of the state departments which have to do with taxation and the deal will be consummated without delay. The new county will be the largest in area in the state. A man who was formerly an under- taker iu this village recently came back to look over his'plantation. He pays he is still in the undertaking business but he has yet to find a man as menn as the Canton man who called a good many year© ago to buy a coffin for his dead wife. Everything was satisfactory after he was encouraged to secure the cheap- est thing possible in caskets, but as the stingy one left the rooms he called the undertaker out and whispered in his ear, \Say can't you take those handles off a t the grave and deduct it from the bill?\ The undertaker looked him over from top to toe and caustically replied. \Yes 1 can take the handles off, but I can't allow you anything on them but I can save them and, when you die .your relatives won't need to buy a coffin. We can ar- range to screw these handles onto your sides and handle you in that way. \ The man concluded he would leave the handles on the coffin. MEN HELD THE FORT Thursday evening February t)th the men of The First Presbyterian church gave a supper at the old Dr. Ebenezer Fisher place on Judson Street. From common report of late years it has been learned that Canton benedicts or bache- lors know little and care less about the cooking or serving of mea-ls, but if the supper served Thursday night is a sam- ple of failure some one might be inclined to remark deliver ns from etc. A very largo number were present to enjoy the delicacies set up on the occasion, and among these the full active chapter of A. T. (). were on the field. A forbidding placard over the kitchen door, gotten up through the devilish ingenuity of Attor- neys A. Z. Squires and Joseph F. Brown warned all of the gentler sex agairist visiting the kitchen and it is needless to say that the members of that persua- sion did not venture therein. Caterer (J. W. Jack and his assistent J. Gaiser are receiving much praise on account of the delectable repast set up. The re- ceipts were about forty dollars. JUVENU-E MINSTRELS The minstrel show given in Miner Hall hint Friday evening by some of the younger talent of Canton, was a. grand success. The hall was crowded to its fullest capacity ami the loud applause gave the boys and girls an impetus to do their best. The first part was the usual first part of a minstrel show. The in- terlocutor was Harry Eggleston and the endmen were Case, Bush, McAndrews and Smith. There were about thirty in the chorus and ihe scene was a very pleasing spectacle as the curtain went up. The endmen carried out their part to prelection. They acted more like pro- fessionals than boys of sixteen. The songs were new and well sung. \Shame on You\ was especially well rendered by Case. Smith hud a bad cold and al- though he sings naturally a high tenor he sang his Kong a little higher than usual. It took well. One of the features of the first part was the entrance of Will Johnston as a fisherman. He had a song for the occasion, \Fishing.'\ \Cleo\ sung by the \Seven Alabama COOUH\ took the house by storm and they had to return more than onoe. The specialties were a little tediouanot having been rehearsed together. The. act of Case and McAndrevvs was good Case made an excellent girl and \Mick 1 was a good mate The \Musical fun' 1 by Feickert. H. Bush and Tripp was one of the best things of the evening and in J'act better than is seen in the average show. The idea was a good one in the first place,of introducing the music and Bush as tbe instructor was graceful and easy. Feickert was an ideal \nigger\. Every motion was perfect. Tho entertainment concluded with a farce by some of tho young ladies. Dancing wan in order after the show and forty-five couple remained. The fear of what our enemies will nay often acts as a sort of safeguard which prevents us from doing wrong. A Cold in the Head doesn't seem serious but it is. It gra.dus.lly works down to the Air passages tvnd causes congestion ivnd infirm m tit Ion, Shlloh's Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonlct is guferiknteed to curs coughs and colds. Your money ba.ck. if it doesn't. 405 25c. 50c. and $1.00 PEOPLE IN PRINT. .. —Mrs. 6. E. Sims entertained Wednes- day afternoon and evening. —L. L. Gillett of Cambridge, Mass., was called here the past week by the death of his brother, Chae. S. Gillett. —Mr. and Mrs. Ross Goodnough of Gouverneur were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Goodnough over Sunday. —William Coates, jr., returned to Can- ton yesterday from his home in Ray- mondville, where he spent tbe past week. —The engagement of Bella Mae, oldest daughter of Mrs. Helen On* of Canton, to. George Robinson of Canton, is an- nounced. —J. T. Myre, assistant superintendent of the Prudential Insurance company, whose home is in Ogdensburg, was here last week. —Mrs. R. W. Barrows and Mrs. James Hemstreet entertained at whist Friday afternoon and evening at their Elm street home. —E. H. Dollar of Heuvelton was elected a director of the Holstem Fri- sian Breeders' club organized a t Syra- cuse Wednesday. —Miss Gertrude Jones, who has just graduated from the Potsdam Normal school, has been employed by the board of education as an extra teacher in the seventh grade. Miee Jones assumed her new duties last Wednesday. —George H. Bowers Et?q. and Maj. H. O. Ellsworth were in Ogdensburg last -TV\eek attending the bankruptcy court, where final settlement was made in the case of George A. Taylor, a bankrupt of West Pierrepont. —Mrs. Charlotte I). Seaver who has been assistant in the domestic science department'of Potsdam Tech. the past year wjll shortly take the degree of B. 8., and will have charge of the summer school the coming summer. MR. BEARD AND THE RING Now and theu one is apt to hear of the term\ring M when politics is broached and the above caption might lead one to believe that the ' ; ring\ was again getting in its work. This time however the act was entirely graceful and the ring referred to is a massive old gold one, handsomely wrought, and apparently fits very be- comingly the finger of Mr. Iieard who has so capably filled the office of super- visor of the town of Canton the past two years. Mr. Beard was agreeably surprised atthetneetingof thetownboard Tuesday to be presented with this token < f esteem from lire colleagues on the board, Mr. A. H. Wiggins being spokesman on the r casion. The dougty hanker was taken rather off his feet but quickly rallied and responded feelingly in his character- istically pleasing way. The inner surface of the ring bears the inscription, \are- sen ted by the town board of Canton, IS\. Y.. 190.\ or words to that effort. COLLEGE NOTES. Finals are over and the second term began with registration yesterday morn- ing. Mih« Cleveland, a graduate of Ann Arbor, has registered with the freshman class and will take up work in the Theo- logical department. Neatly all of the students, who spent final week at home, have returned to resume work. During the past week Mr. Hullet visit- ed a number of the neighboring towns, in the interest of the University. The damage done to Prof. Hardies room by the recent fire has been repaired, aud classes will now beheld there as be lore. Prof. Hiirdie and Instructor Nutting have returned, after an absence of several (lMV* . L<i>f evening in a fastaud clean game of basketball the 'Varsity five defeated tho Ottawa Y. M.C. A. at the gyrnnaaum by a score of 30 fo 18. This' was un- questionably the most interesting game that has been played on this floor since the season opeued. The Ottawa men are quick and accurate goal throwers and played well throughout. A ff»w fouls were called. Th*' line up follows: St. Lawrence '*0 Ottawa Black r. f. Ashfleld Heaton 1. f. Bourni llurlbut. (ant. c. Storey, ('apt. Ford r. g. Bo ice Merry 1. g. Knox The officials were: Referee, (iiliett; Um- pire, Crarrh; Timekeeper, Nutting; Scorer, Sawyer. After the game the management gave the teams a feed a t The Hodskiu. Prof. Mills and Prof. Nutting were also present, Prof. Mills acted as toastmaster and several impromptu toasts were given, interspersed with songs. The general opinion was that the Ottawa players were gentlemanly and that Athletic relations with Ottawa should be encour- aged. The Ottawa m^n were enthu- siastic over their treatment here aud expressed a desire to come again neit year. Tomorrow evening the Ottawa team plays the Potsdam Normal team a t Potsdam. The Best. Onk Stoves and Ranges Hot Water Heating Systems Furnaces. High grade Plumbing <uid tinning. We make a .specialty of Steel^Oeiling work. We carry everything in the Hardware line. all and get Eatimatek HcGORHIGK k MAIN COR. MAIN and WATER S ( This is the Good Goods Store The' Home of Good Clothes CANTON, NEW YORK. tbe Olbitntarsb Gash Store Remodeling Sale of everything in the store. Putting in a new floor &<:•., will necessitate our moving a great many things about the store. We prefer to sell them out of the way. So for a few days we will hold a House- cleaning sale at cut prices. Cloaks 1-2 price. All goods at special prices. Hoy wanted to lenrn dry jroo<ls busines.-. HI. S. - AIX ON THE WAY - To Rich's Meat Market Where they know they will be well served with ROAST or STEAK or HAH or BACON | The Choicest Cuts of WESTERN MEATS Tho lowest Prices, qjuality considered. Phone in connection. Corner Main and Waiter Streets, ojpposite The Hodskin bANTON, N. J ^apifs; : ^ , ^ f t *••* - fl yi*fc -y .

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