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The Lake Placid news. (Lake Placid, N.Y.) 1905-current, October 02, 1914, Image 5

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THE LAKE PLACID NEWS, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1S14.. ONIONS Now is the Time to Buy for Winter Use NICE CUpAN STOCK No. 1 Goods For Present Delivrfy $1.00 per Bushel Tremble & flooney, Grocers Telephone 29-W Store closes at : 6 p. m., Saturdays excepted PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS | —Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ross spent Frank W., Swift and James Oregan Saturday in Saranac Lake. Real Estate IDENT JOHN M. llaeKENZIE, Agent Post-Office Bulldi* 1 SHOES | were in town Saturday and Sunday. Silas W. Prime spent Saturday and | Mrs. Seweil Brace'and family were Sunday in town. j guests at the Homestead Sunday, —Leo Fag-an of AuSable Forks is in ' —Ira Pray is visiting friends and towa for a few days. —George Heazel left Saturday ev- ening for a vacation in Albany. —Charles Grinnell has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ross for several days; -^-William Severance of Peru is in relatives at Jay. Miss Lynch of Plattsburgh i3 the guest of Miss Savage this week. —Fred Dashnaw was a business caller in Saranac Lake Thursday. —Miss Leora Sheldrake is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Sheldrake. —Miss Mildred Cheyne is confined ! —Mose Feinberg of Keene has been to her bed with tonsilitis. | visiting his parents for a few days. —Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Donovan and j —F. S. Leonard and R. S. Ames are daughter of Jay are-visiting: relatives spending a few days hunting at Ax- in town for a week. ton. —Spencer G. Prime, 2xsd and Her- man Reed left for New York Wed- nesday evening. —Paul Stevens is spending a few —Guy Rand of Keene is visiting tow^i for a few days closing up his his mother, Mrs. L. A. Rand, for a cottage. i few days, —H. C. Makely accompanied by! —T. A. Leahy, Fred Dashnaw, Paul friends from Mariorkill motored to Stevens and E, L, Ware were in Sar- days at Silver L&ke on a hunting ex Placid Wednesday, j anac Lake Monday. pedition. —Miss Lola Green of Upper Jay] Misses Helen and Ruth Sliekney Rev. Father Savage is in Port was the week-end guest of Miss Mar- ; returned to White Plains with their Henry this week assisting Rev. guerite LaMoy at her home here last Aunt Mrs. Freivers where they will Fathe. Pierce at Forty Hours Devo- week. | attend the High Scshool there. tion. Judge and Mrs. Mtilquean of New —Miss Kate McCrane and brother, Mrs. S. Freivers and daughter* Helen of White Plains was the gaest of her Sister Mrs. A. H. Sticknoy at the Pines. —Mrs. M. A. Peppier returned to York who has been staying at the James, returned to New York Wed- Stevens House returned to their \home nesday evening after a successful sea- Thursday. —Miss Frances Keating of Syra- —Jack Walton, who was graduated New York Wednesday evening, after cuse returned home after visiting from the local High School last June, spending the summer at the Lakeside I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gannon for a left on Sunday night for Washington, —Miss Helma Anderson left Wed- nesday for her home in New York City, after spending the sumer in Lake Pladd. —Mrs, Mary Hamilton left for her month. D. C, where he has enrolled at the '—Mrs. Raymond Bovia returned to Catholic University. He was accom- Saranac Lake Saturday, after spend- panied by his father, Frank G. Walton. ing two weeks with her parents, Mr. Dan Regan and William Hutchinst and Mrs. Burt LaMay. both of whom have been employed —Mrs. John Crossett was call 3d to here this summer, also left for the **ome in Chicago Thursday evening, i Ironville this week to attend the fu- University, where they are pursuing after spending- the summer ~in her cot- nera l o f he r brother-in-law, Martin courses. tage on Signal Hill. j Proof. -Dr. John H, Coujarhlin, who has been a guest at the Lakeside Inn for THAT Fl $2 BEOADWAY ANDLAST SAEANAC LAKE -Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Scott left fork ~ Mr - *? d MrS ' S y lve8te r Foor d j their home in Boston Thursday ev-! b ™ ther , Harr y Foor d hav e ^turned severa l wesks> left Thursday morn . mmz. Mr. and Mrs. Scott were em-! after takin * a week ' s vacatj on at in g fo r a brie f sta y i n the c - ty afte r loved at the Stevens House during j WestDOr t a \d vicinity, the summer. ! William H. Van Wart of the Now _. —Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ross, Miss P ork _ Llfe Insuranc e C<>- and Editor lin is viritine phvsician to Gouverneiir Alta Ro^s, Seth Bull, Mr. and Mrs.' * nd p '^ hsher o f th e Caldwell New Hospital. New York. Clinical Profes-! Harry Mihill, Charles Grinnell of Da- Jersy Pr0 ? ress an d tn e Mountclairian so r o f Medicine and a member of the I —% the srue^t of Frederick H. Administrative Board of Fordham University. j •#•»»••• •+••»»•» ALLEN & \FE1DSTEIN REAL ESTATE IBUILDERS INVESTMENTS <& BONDS Salibian Building, Lake Placid. Tel. 19 which he will return for another month's sojourn in town. Dr. Cou^h- tona. Florida, and Miss Rachel Fein- ^ a tn e CTe \ t o f Fr ^erick *ierg climbed Whitefaee Sunday. '^egfned, at The Pmes. ••••»••• •• •••»•••• •••••»•• H. N. PRUNIER PRACTICAL PLUWER Steam and Hot ESTIMATES F Satisfaction Main St. (Lak Telephone If 6-M Placid Dancing School at Happy H(lur Hall Monday and Thursday Evgs. —From j0 fip n-- Admission Per Couple 35c 50c Private and Class Lessons by Appointment Hall can be rented for Private Entertainments $75,000 CONFLAGRATION DESTROYS MINEVILLE STORES The most destructive conflagration in the history of Mineville visited that town September 24 destroying several large business places entail- ing a loss of upwards of $75,000. The blaze started at 1 a. m. and swept everything before it. Valiant efforts of firemen assisted by com panies from nearby places saved the town from total destruction. The clothing store of J. Larowitz, Krumholtz's wholesale cigar store, A. SiegePs jewelry store and Cog- man's barber shop fell a prey to the devouring flames. The origin of the fire is unknown. Mai! Delivery in Ticocderoga Owing to the fact that the business of the Ticonderoga postoffice has reachd such dimnsions that the vil- lage is entitled to have mail delivered by carriers, such service will shortly be established. Two deliveries a day will be made by two carriers selected t>*ough a competitive Civil Service animation. CASCADE Mrs. Maude Taylor and Mrs. Belle Bennett spent Tuesday in Cascade. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Goff were busi- tess callers in Lake Placid Saturday. Eugene Thew has been visiting rel- atives and friends in Peru the past week. Misses Hazel Goff and Nona Smith enjoyed a motor ride to Lake Placid Sunday evening with friends. Mrs. Walter Goff and daughter have returned after spending two weeks in Plattsburgh and Warens- turg. Miss Nono Smith was a Saturday caller in Saranac Lake and returned Sunday afternoon with a new \chauf- feur/' H. C. Goff and mother, Mrs. J. S. Goff, motored to Saranac Lake Tues- day, where they will be the guests of Mrs. Charlotte Murray for a few days. Cheney Calhoun was in town re- cently. It is expected that he will ;oon move his roller bolt mill else- where, as no bolts are being cut at present. Walter Goff, while crossing on the iron house roof, where he was work- ing, Tuesday, slipped and fell about twelve feet to the ground, badly straining the muscles of his right foot and leg. At present writing he is able to be about but. is rather lame. PLATTSBURGH BANK PRESIDENT DEAD John M. Wever, banker and former congressman, died Sunday morning after a week's illness with pneumo- nia, aged 67 years. He was president of the Merchants' National Bank of Plattsburgh and had been for years a prominent figure in the business and political life of northern New York. Mr. Wever was a lifelong Republi- can, served in the Civil War and was a memtter of the 57th and 58th con- gresses. For years he was the lead- er of the Republican party in this congressional district. Heavy, impure blood makes a mud- dy, pimply complexion, headaches, nausea, indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak, pale and sickly. For pure blood, sound digestion, use Bur- dock Blood Bitters, $1.00 at all stores. BEFORE BUYING YOUR FALL AND WINTER HAT, CLOAK, SUIT OR ONE PIECE DRESS \POST YOURSELVES\ Oft THE STYLES by coining to HOWE MHJMRY AND CKWK STORE We want every buyer to feel at when they come to oujf show- The assortments are large, ladies will make you welcome, ire in showing you the you buy or not. THE HOWE MILLINERY AND CLOAK STORE Lake Placid, N. Y. LOCALS Don't miss the Harvest Supper in the M. E. Church Wednesday, October 7th. Admission 25c. **** Come one! Come all! Where? To the Harvest Supper in the M. E. Church Wednesday, October 7th. Born—In Schuylerville, N. Y., on Saturday, September 26th, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Alfrert E. Kelley. **** The Standard Bearers will serve a Harvest Supper in the parlors of the M. E. Church on Wednesday, October 7th. Admission 25c. Beginning this week the usual win- ter arrangement among the various local stores of closing at 6 p. m., ex- cepting Saturday, goes into effect. **** Yonder & Bellmare—Chinese Imper- sonators^—will be seen in an acrobatic sketch entitled \A Chinese Laundry on Busy Day.\ This act is imported by DeRue Bros, for their Minstrel Company as a special acrobatic fea- ture. Will appear at the Opera House on Friday evening, October 9th. **** Billy DeRue ably demonstrates the fallibility of the old saw \There is nothing new under the sun.\ His droll jests and merry quips all bear the hall mark of originality. It has been truthfully said that Billy DeRue and Lew Dockstader solely evolve the roaring absurdities, which constitute the stock-in-trade of a vast army of imitators on the American stage. This season he has a new line of talk for his monologue, and a budget of side- splitting parodies of his own writing, which is a guarantee that they will please. He will be seen at the Opera House on Friday evening, October 9, with DeRue Bros. Ideal Minstrels. AVERYVILLE Mrs. Charles Hathaway was a re- cent visitor at Lake Placid. Irs. G. Rossman and daughter, Bertha, were recent visitors of Mrs. Frank Alford. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Moss have clos- ed their house and left for an ex- tended trip to the coast. Andres Rossman and Philip and Bee Alford enjoyed a boating trip up Chubb river recently. Mrs. Robert McNally of Plattsburg was a recent visitor at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Frank Alford. Howard Alford, accompanied by his mother and a party of friends, motored to Plattsburgh recently in his new car. The District Superintendent of Schools Mattie J. Prime visited the school here recently and made a fa- vorable report. PERSONALS —F. B, Guild is on a hunting trip at Axton, N. Y, j Mrs. Carrie Boyd, of Livingston, i Montana, visited her sister, Mrs. F. j Alford recently. She returned ac- ' companied by her nephew, David AI- \ ford and Clifford Preston. : A party of mountain climbers con- sisting of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Lyon, 'daughter Marion and Miss Fannie ; Barnett made a recent ascent of Mt. Cobble. Cries of an animal in dis- j tress attracted their attention upon their return, and an investigation dis- ' closed a pet cat caught in a t rap. The | party believed the animal to be a pan- ther and it was with much caution I that they searched the surroundings. j Frank Alford has improved the appearance of his property by erect- ing a windmill with which he will sup- • t ply his house and barn with water. MILEAGES—Bought and .sold, D. & H., and New York Central. J. F, White, Newman. adv. Rylan's / \ GROCERY PHONE 104 ian6 of CHECKIN^AeCOUNTS 3* Per 2SF. is Solicited INTEREST ACCOUNTS P PBPOSIT ^Interest laid on Certificates after luiee months. 4 Per Ce Interest is compo DEPOSITORY, New York State Canal ^ O BOH as. i FORREST B. Gru.o and CtABENCB H. WAT ON, Cashier Inter^t jmid on Special Interest Accounts with Pass Book. The twice a year. States Postal Savings Funds, nds and Essex County, N. Y. Nf», President i-sa B. HcRt.ET, Vlc» Presiidente WU-LIAM E. ABCHKB, Asuistant Ca«hter Lake Placid, N. Y. Men's and Boyt' Cloth in j, Furnish ,ngs and Snoes, Sporting Goods F. B. GUILD YOU BENEFIT BY OUR GOOD JUDG- MENT after day we have the fact instated that thoughtful dres- are finding that Stein-Bloch of superior tailoring and taste in styles means clothes isfaction want to serve you best, so we lave brought here for you, ready p[^2tawj^>*|lo put on the smartest and most s jjjl perfect clothes we know of. s '\ ^e have the right to claim good _ ent m the selection of these v-orlcUcnovvn clothes as the right ciothe*. for YOU to buy. Prices $18.00, $$.00, $22.50 and $25.00 F. B. QUILL BEDDIN0 PLANTS Out Flowers ALL KINDS OF PANSIES Floral Designs AdirondafckGreenhouses P, H. RYANiProp Cor. Broadway and Ampersand Ave ; Lake, N Y Teiei>hon« Your Summer Foods In warm |veather your foods cannot be too carefully ielected. The proper diet for summer is of fgreat importance in getting or keeping well, and it is necessary that all that goes* on Wiur table be of high quality and, above al|VuRE. We carry|alRthe leading lines of Pure Food Product^, ami we insist on the QUAL- ITY of every! jing\we put in stock. For variety and e surpassed in New York. cellence our stock cannot be ny grqpery store of Northern io, notbne! Come in ! «inci l@t ti£ prove it to you Munn Brothers Fancy Groceries Table Wines and Liquors PHCNB NO. 3 72-78 MAIN ST. SARANAC LAKE, K. Y. 3§c Siliiii^^ mA:k: % : *a#, ;

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