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PAGE ETGirr THE COLUMBIA REPHBLIOAH, THESHAA\ MARCH 21, 1922 RECENT HAPPENINCS IN KINDERHOOK E u t c r t a iu e d B r id g e Clnli. M iss B e r t h a V n A lsty n e ent< th e B r i d g e C lub T u e s d a y eveni :ertair B c a t l i o f F o r m e r P r in c ip a l. T h e n e w s o f th e d e a t h o f /C lay to n F . SU ieniian, a fo r m e r p r i n c i p a l of K i n d e r h o o k H i g h S c h o o l, w a s receiv e d in th i s village. P u r c h a s e d N e w Car. S. B. L e o n a r d i, J r ., h a s p u r c h a s e d a n e w D u r a n t to u r i n g c a r o f th e B r o w n C a r a g e . E e n t e r tain o d a t Cards. J u d g e a n d M r s E d w a r d L. H o v e r e n t e r t a i n e d a t c a r d s W e d n e s d a y ev ­ en in g , th e p r iz e w i n n e r s b e in g M rs J a m e s H . H a n y a n a n d G e o rg e B e s t. G e t t i n g O u t B n in h e r . E r n e s t S u n d e r m a n o f th e “H e m ­ lo c k s ,” w h o p u r c h a s e d a w o o d lo t of E u g e n e S iter, h a s g o t o u t o f it th i s w i n t e r 125 b ig logs a n d is m o v in g th e m to th e F e lp e l M ills-to b e saw e d in t o lu m b e r . F n t e r t i i i n e d a t B r id g e , Mr.s F r a n k B ion V a n A lsty n e e n t e r ­ ta i n e d a t r>no F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n . T lie p r iz e s w e r e w o n b y M rs F r a n k y. B e c k e r a n d M r s J a y W . G a g e . A F a r e w e l l P a r t y . Aliss H e le n H a r d e r g a v e a farew e ll ) t h e K inderhool?? B r id g e C lub da as y ev e n in g a t h e r h o m e on B r o a d stre e t . Aliss H a r d e r w ill leav e fo r• a n E u ro o p e a n tr i p n e x t w e e k . p a r t y to S a t u r d a n E u r p e a n I n s t a l l e d H e a t i n g A p p a r a t u s . ?y B ro th e l'S o f P h i l m o n t , h;a b a la n c e on h a n d . A larcb 9tb, .$193.01. ,The b a l a n c e la s t y e a r w a s $460.04; R e c e ip t s w e r e $10,108.03 a n d ex p e n - i, $10,37 0.06. h e a m o u n t to be W e r e H o s tesses. M rs J o h n W . M e s ick a n d M rs H ei vy At. G ille tte a c te d a s h o s te s s e s i ■the L a d ie s ’ A id o c iety s u p p e r a t th e A leth o d ist c h u r c h p a r l o r s T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n a n d evening. th d itu r e s , . ra i s e d th e co m in g litte d to th e v o t e r s a s $4,500. m e fo r h o ld in g a c a u c u s fo r n o m - la tio n s h a s p a s s e d , so th e c o m m ittee, om p o s e d o f P r a n k S. B e c k e r , E d ^ w a r d L. H o v e r a n d G e o rg e H . B r o w n w ill n o m i n a t e b y p e titio n . PERSONALS. id A irs S a m u e l B o y c e a n d r, E m ily , o f S c h o d a c k , a r e a t fh e h o m e of h is fa t h e r , J a m e s B o y c e , on A lb a n y av e n u e . a n d A irs H a r r y P a l m e r a n d iter, of C h a th a m , w e r e re c e n t I o f h e r p a r e n t s , Air a n d A irs N in k , a n d o t h e r relative;s. •ent o f H ig h w a y s a t t e n d e d th e m e e tin g ! of th e K i n d e r h o o k T o w n B o a r d T u e s - : P a r i s l t H o u s e R e - o p e iie T h e P a r i s h H o u s e T h e a t r e re - o p o n - d W e d n e s d a y n i g h t w ith a good siz­ ed a u d i e n c e a first cla s s p r o d u c - G i'ange Card P a r ty. tio n , fe a t u r i n g T o m Alix. , T h e G r a n g e m e m b e r s w ill give one o f t h e i r p o p u l a r c a r d p a r t i e s F r i d a y veiling,ing, A larcharch 31st,1 a t . G r a n g e H a ll A l 3 w h i c h w ill b e fo r G range.- th e b e n e f it o f th e i AVill Sail for France. Aliss elen H a r d e r w ill sail fo r P a r ­ is, France, March 21st, for a four m o n r h s ’ E u r o p e a n trip , tw o m o n t h s of w h ich w ill ite sp e n t a t th e h o m e of M rs T.e G r a n d D o ty, fo r m e r l y Aliss F lo r id e B a r n a r d , w h o fo r m e r l y re s i d ­ ed in H u d s o n , b u t w h o s e h o m e is now in I’afis. A D o n b k ' S u r p r i s e P a r t y . •s G e o rg e H. B r o w n w a s g iv e n a iirty on her. b i r t h d a y , M a r. ‘ of he.r fo r m e r sch o o l pu - tccl Airs B ro w n v.dth T h e ann iv c .surprise 7th. i)V som e pils, w h o presen i a h a n d s o m e clock. T h e am of Aliss A n ita W in n e o c c u r r in A a rne y B r o t h e i 's o f P h i l m o n t , h v e ' A P s - 'A n i t a ^ d e c id e d im p r o v e m e n t to th e cosy Eastern Star Dam E d a C h a p te r , O. E. S., g£ la n c e A londa: )Cial Afi’air. by the Ch G uests w e r e p r e s e n t from Fall Fiiver, Mass., Poughkeepsi sau , H udson, V a latie, Ivinderhc v icin ity . A P le a s a n t T h e so c ia l giv.( E n d e a v o r S o c iety L e a g u e o f th e R e ­ fo r m e d c h u r c h A londay ev e n in g foi A liss H e l e n H a r d e r w a s a v e r y p l e a s ­ a n t so c i a l affa ir . A b o u t th i r t y - f i v e g u e s t s a t t e n d e d T . •c were- e n j o y e d a l inents of ice ere ris t i a n M u s i a n d g a m e s w'•hicb h ic h refi'( ref] lid cake li. ii.B^iotviiiug, Auto IiiSHvancc. R e p r e s e n t s th e A le r c h a n ts’ M u t A u t o L iab . In s . Co., in H u d s o n a n d s o u t h e r n C o l u m b ia c o u n ty . T h e c o m p a n y enctorsed by th e F a r m B u ­ re a u . H e a d q u a r t e r s , W o r t h H o u s e , H u d s o n . P h o n e o r w r ite f o r p a r t i c u ­ la r s . A ir D o w n in g w ill g l a d ly call.— E. A. DOWLING H uasn, N. Y. FORM FOR PREPARING COPY FOR AUCTION BILL A U C T IO N . T h e u n d e r s i g n e d w ill o f f e r fo r sale a t p u b l i c a u c t i o n on th e f a r m o c c u ­ pied b y ..................................... ............. o f ....................... ........... 1 9 2 ------- a t ................ m T h e fo l lo w in g p r o p e r t y : T E R M S ;— A ll su m s u n d - r ? ............. C a s h . O n a l l su m s of $ .................. an d ov e r , a c r e d i t o r ..................m o n t h s w ill be given on good, a n p io v e d , endorsed lo tes, payable at the ............................ N a t io n a l B a n k o f .............................. w i t h ­ out Interest if paid w h e n due. I f notm paid when due, interest from date N o prop e r ty to be rem o v e d u n t il se t ­ tled for Auctioneer. 25 .$3 75 5e P o s ta g e .50 4.00 lOc 75 4.25 15c 100 4.50 20c P r ices Include n o t ice in b o tli th e w e a k to clay o l sale. ------ ^THE— HUDSON REPUBLICAN CORPORATION H U D S O N . N . Y . compri.scd games, in­ stru m e n t a l and vocal m u s ic and dancing interspor.spd by rominisconces b y t h e h o s t e s s and her yotm g frietids, a f t e r w h ic h re f r e s h m e n t s tv e re serv e d , th e food b e in g so g e n e r o u s ly jiro v id e d for th e occasion th a t a num b e r of fam ilies in the village, where illness p r e v a iled w e r e rem e m bered w ith some of the goodies. The combined b i r t h d a y p a r t y w a s a m o s t e n jo y a b le lu lly Siiin lay A “F r i e n d l y S u n d a y ” w a s o b s e r v e d th e R e f o r m e d D u tc h C h u r c h o f K d e r h o o k la s t S u n d a y , A larch 12th, “frie n d s ” b e i n g in v ite d to a c o m p a n y m a n y of th e m e m b e r s , a n d one of t h e .largest congregations seen in some tim e tvere in a t t e n d a n c e a t th e se r v ­ ices. T h e p a s to r . R e v . L y le W . R o b ­ in s o n , b a d a n n o u n c e d t h a t h i s se r - ,m o n w o u ld be fro m th e th e m e “B u i ld ­ in g A lonum e n ts, o r th e C h a lle n g e of K i n d e r h o o k to th e C h u r c h . ” T h e serm o iiJw a s a m a s t e r l y one. M r R o b ­ in s o n said , ta k i n g a s h is teX t fro m N e h e m i h a 2:20, ‘E v e n a s th e s e m e n w e r e co n c e r n e d w i t h re b u i l d i n g th e w a lls a b o u t th e city o f th e i r m e t Siiiulay W a s O b served. i c h u r c h be /■all to sa f e n ,ies, ev e n so s h o u ld co n c e r n e d in b u ild in g g u a r d th e liv e s a n d th e m o r a ls of th o s e m e n w h o m it w o u ld in s t r u c t in sat a n d lo f t y a i m o f liv i n g rig h t th e g rej .lives an a l science, c h o r u s chio a n d lo f t y a i m o f liv in g r i g h t b u ild in g u p a w a l l of m o r - T h e sin g in g b y th e f i t finely re n d e r e d . c h o r u s c h i r w*as fine ly r e n d e r e d , th e c h u r c h q u a r t e t t e b e in g also a t its b e s t. A solo, “T h e N in e ty a n d N in e ,’ w a s s u n g m o s t .effectively b y W illia m W a d s w o r t h a n d w a s g r e a t l y a p p r e c i ­ a t e d . A irs K e ld e r w a s a t th e o r g a n . DEATH OF MRS JAMES BOYCE A irs J a m e s B o y c e , w ife og J a m e s B o y c e , o f A lb a n y v e n u e , K in d e r h o o k , a w a y A V e d n e s d a y m o r n in g , L5th, a t th e A l b a n y h o s p i ta l, .veelv ag o A irs B o y c e 1 from which it w a s sa id sh e w a s re c o v e r i n g w h e n a re l a p s e o c c u r r e d . A irs B o y c e h a d p a s s e d M a r c h w h e i'e : lu r i n g th e w in t e r , fro m w 'hich n o t re g a i n s t r e n g t h ra p i d l y , a ltlio a b le ^ s t fa ll, c o m in g ite r e a s a b rid id e . H e r m a r r i a g e to Air B o y c e o c c u r r e d a t S t a t e n Isla n d . B e - to b e ar ro o u nd d . A irs B o y c e b a d rt lok sin c e l a s t fa ll, c o m m g fore her marriage she^ wa.« Miss Ada .to b e a u n •in K in d e r h o i i t e r e a s a b r e . a n y friends? by liei’ man p Schodack. pei'son- sossed of alUy. She was a won to . . ed, sh e is su r v ived l)y n u m e r o u s rel-an to th e fa m ily evening. resid e nee Wed n e sday a m o u n t y e a r w ill b e su b - ‘ 0. T h e •hn N in k , a n d o t h e r re l a tiv e Aliss3S Alai lary . O 'R e illy is h o m e fi A N e w Y o r k . A ir a n d A irs O s c a r Z u m f t Of A ir a n d Al w e r e receni i-ere S u n - 1 C h a r le s ippold of ;s o f h e r f S . p a r e n t s . Air a n d A irs G e o rg e o f C h u r c h S q u a r e . A irs J a m e s AL A lagee, w h o w a s t a k ­ en ill -^vith g r ip p e a t th e h o m e o f h e r d a u g h t e r in P ittsfie ld , -w h ere sh e w a s a g u e s t , h a s re t u r n e d to h e r C h a t h a m street h o m e . . J a m e s Al. A lagee Lnd C a r r o ll, m o to r e id in d a y anc I’ A irs Alas A U CTIO N.— lOn ’: a t 11 a. m ., 1 sell a t h e r fa r m a t W a l k e r ’s Alills, in th e to w n o f L iv in g s to n , h o u s e ­ h o ld f u r n i t u r e o f a l l k in d s , so m e a n tiq u e , 2 stoves, c h ic k e n coops, la d d e r s , b a r r e ls, la w n m o w e r, q u a n ­ tity o f w o o d in sto v e le n g t h s . AIRS G E O R G E H . G A T L IN ,_ o w n e r, O r ­ v ille D r u m m , A u c ti o n e e r . a n d so n s , G r o v e r i to P ittsfie ld la s t A ir a n d A irs R . H . B o y d a n d son, R a y m o n d H ., J r . , r e t u r n e d h o m e to F a l l R iv e r , Alass., T u e s d a y , a n d w e r e a c c o m p a n ie d b y Aliss C a r o lin e S c h w a r tz. A irs F r a n k B. A lcPhe P h i lip , o f A lb a n y , wej n d son, ■re w e e k en d •ents. A t t o r n e y a n d te a c h e r o f Ic h - S c h o o l, w a s a Su un n d a y AUC T IO N — O n S a tu r d a y , M a r c h 25th, - th e u n d e r s ig n e d w ill sell on th e fa r m o c c u p ied by h im s e lf , in to w n o f K i n d e r h o o k , 1 m ile n o r t h o f V a ­ la t i e on ro a d fro m S t a t e R o a d to N iv e r v ille, a t 1 p. m . sh a p , b la c k ■walnut d i n in g ta b le , 10 fe e t 2 sto v e s irclo th c h a i r s a n d settee, beds, ca r p e ti od C r a n e S c h o o l, w a s a S lest Of h e r parents at her in near Pine Plains. A. E. Skiiikle of the Rough Notes ; in tow n , Tuesday. 1 E. AUCTION — On T h u r s d n y , A larch 30th, the unclex’signed w ill sell a t his farm ill the town of Germanti Harold J. Sorg. Harold E. Win .ml A lartin Z u m f t m o t o r e d to A lb a n j 'fu e s d a y evening’ a n d a t t e n d e d theatre. H iram E. Colo h a s retui'necl from a week’s visit at the home of his son, W illiam Cole, o f W e st Stockb ridge, Alass. Airs Frank V. AYilson and Miss Ag- n e s K en n e d y w e r e saiests of M iss L o t ­ tie Dunham of Nassau at a dinner and th e a tre party at A lbany, T uesd a y ev- A lrs E liz a b e th B irc k m a y e r is in L’e sh e h a s b e e n sta jd n g o f h e r d a u g h t e r , Ala- bollo, w h o s e h u s b a n d , G e o rg e P ie r c e , Of 'th a t city, h a s b e e n d a n g e r o u s ly ill o f p n e u m o n ia , b u t w h o is re p o r t e d a s being on the way to recovery. Harold P . B irck m a j^er, a b r o t h e r o f A irs P ie r c e , sp e n t S u n d a y a t th e P i e r c e hom e.-. W illia m A i H a r d e r is in K a n s a s C ity, w h e r e h e re c e n t l y p u r c h a s e d a m a n u f a c t u r i n g p l a n t o f W h ich h is son, S h e r m a n W . H a r d e r , is m a n a g e r .^ DUTCH ARMS TO MEET WEDNESDAY T h e re g u l a r m o n t h l y m e e t i n g o f th e D u tc h A r m s o f C la v e r a c k w i ll b e h e ld n e x t A V ednesday n ig h t , M a r c h 22, a t w h ic h tim e a m u s ic a l p r o g r a m w ill be giv e n a n d ev e r y m e m b e r is e x p e c ted to do h is p a r t in th e sin g in g . T h is is th e fir s t so - c a ll e d “S in g S in g ’’ m e e tin g th e D u tc h A r m s h a s e v e r h a d a n d I t is e x p e c t e d th a t m e m b e r s w ill do s o m e th i n g to m a k e it a g r e a t success. K ingston Merchant Retires. iD. H . Alabtheiws, o f th e w h o le s a le g r o c e iT ifirm o f F . B. A latth e w s & Co.,' K in g s to n , w h o h a s b e e n co n ­ n e c te d jv i th it sin c e its in c o r p o r a ­ tio n , h a s an n o u n c e d , h i s re t i r e m e n t ifram th e f i r m on J a n u a r y 1, 1923. H e w i ll a f t e r th a t d a t e d e v o te m o r e tim e to th e a f f a i r s o f th e N e w Yo^-k S t a t e N a t i o n a l B a n k o f w h i c h h e h a s b e e n a d i r e c t o r sin c e 1887, a n d to o t h e r in t e r e s t s . H e w ill re t a i n his in t e r e s t in th e K i n g s t o n G r a in Co. TOWN BOARD MAY BUY TRACTOR q’h e K i n d e r h o o k T o w n T u e s d a y a t tiie o ffice of R o r a b ac ck k; ; wit i th th e e x c e p tio n o f Ju s - B o a r d m e t t tile o f f ic e o f T o w n C lerk ______ a w - - - lice K lin e , a l l m e m b e r s w e r e p r e s e n t . T h e p u r c h a s i n g o f a tr a c t o r w a s d is­ cu s s e d a n d a c o m m i t te e com p o s e T o w n S u p e r i n t e n d e n t o f H ig h w a y s E a r l C. V a n A lsty n e , A lfre d C,, C o d e t 3 a p p o i n t e d - d e m o n s t r a - a n d P h i l i p P u r c e l l , J r ., to in v e s t i g a te a n d h a v e tio n of tra c t o r s . B ills a m o u n tii $28.69 w e re o r d e r e d p a id . T h e re - l>ort of th e Afillage T r u s t e e s sh o w s a Alorc H u n ters liicon s c d . *^ijbany. Alarch -16— ^Conservation CommiFSioner Alexander iMacDonald paid into the sta t e treasury $73,511,-- 53. 'The com m ission ’s r e c e i p ts fo r the month Of February. This amount is in c r e a se of $26,852.29 over th e correspon d ing m o n th of last year. The larse.st increase.^ were fi'om the sale o f b u n ting- licen s e s $16,294.75 a n d fire re b a te s , .$7,307 a n d th e p r i n ­ cipal decrease was fi'Om the sale ot n e t licenses. R e c e ip ts fro m tax e s am i re n t a l s in c r e a s e d $753.68, fines an-1 p e n a l tie s , $883.35 an d re c e ip t s fro m tre.spass eases $949.56. P l i o t o o f F o rniei* H u tl.soiiia.n T h e N o w i'o.rk T im e s S u n d a y c o n ­ ta in e d ah e x c e llen t lik e n e s s of Aliss -Olga C o o k w h o is m a k inig a h i t “Bilossom q'im e ,” a B road-tvay m u s i ­ cal play. (Miss C o o k is a fo r m e r re s i ­ d e n t o f H u d s o n , th e d a u g h t e r o f Air lo u n th ^ g to i-a n d AT.rs E d w a r d Cook, ,fbr m a n y 'y e a r s re s i d e n t s of t h i s city. SM E W A lore th a n $2,500,000 w o r t h of L ib e r ty B o n d s h a v e b e e n lost, b u r n e d o r sto len , th e T r e a s u r y ’D e p a r t m e n t re p o r t s . A n d th i s is b e liev e d to re p i’e s e n t a b o u t h a l f th e b o n d s in th e fire by m ista k e . Thei-e sin n e d five $100 b o n d s boug 'h t by a C o lo­ ra d o m a n . A s h e s o f a $12,000 fire w e r e se n t to th e d e p a r t m e n t w i t h th e re q u e s t th a t th i s a m o u n t o f .new b o n d s be fo r ­ w a r d e d to th e w r ite r , w h o h a d th r o w n t h e 'l o s s fro m th e s e cau s e s . A 'g o a t co n - is a b s o lu te s a f e t y h e r e in o u r ' m a s s iv e sto n e a n d .steel v a u l t s — .safet,v a t th e sm a ll co s t o f $5 a n d u p w a r d s a y e a r . Hudson River Trust Company “Toba.sco Governor Ousted”—'ATexl-r can headline. Hade it hot for him. OLD GIISTOM DYING OUT People ai’o learning that it is not iireesKai’i' lo apply hot, smarting ap- plieations lo ihe skin to relieve aches and pains. Rheumatism, lumbago and other . aches and . pains can be quickly re­ lieved with a pleasant appiic-n(ion wiiieh does not burn or irritate the skin. Carter's Liniment contains no grease ,or oil and jvhen; applied to the skin leaves, an agreeable perCm’ne that \ does not suggest the odor o£-liniment. If your feet can’t do a full day's V work, get ‘ a, boftle ot Garter'-s. Liuir m o a t from y o u r dru g g ist and Icara how to strengthen weak or faliiig arches and how quickly corns and callouses can be clissolvecl. Carter’s Liniment is sold by ail I’fudson druggists at 50 cents per bot­ tle and can be -obtained from any ru ­ ral storckoeppr at the same price. - A - W O R D C O L I J I V I I M One Cent a word first tnsertloa. Additional Insertions one-half cent a word. No advertisement connfed less than IS words. PHILMONT H a v e A Son. A son w a s b o r n t o ' D r. a n d A irs C h a r le s P a r c e l l s a t the- H u d ’s o n C ity H o s p i t a l la s t T h u r s d a y . W ill Entertain Class. M r s F r a n k R ioha-rdson .will e n t e r ­ ta i n h e r S u n d a y school class at h e r 'hom e F r i d a y e v e n i n g o f th i s w e e k . Accepts Pliilinont A ir H e r m a :nce . ;epted- a> p o s itio , of H tzx cepted - a> p o s itio n as H a y e s K n i t t i n g Aldll. fsltion. ton h a s ac-. a s m a c h i n i s t in th e Auction Sales. b la c k hai! c h a ir s , bii;re c h i n a cloi b u . p o ta to a u s , b e d s , c a r p e t s , ru g s , b e d d in g , c h u r n , 250 p o ta t o e s a n d Lim erous to m e n - A. PA C K A IA N , Gei’] oak sidel table, chaii'! rack, lib r a r y tab le, cl iij’ cab in e t, A e o lian combination desk :own, at ,rd. and wash stand niture, couch, s w e e p e r a n d o th o i e r o n s to m e n tio n . HAIST, owner-. A. tioneer. phonograph , bookOi ca and b bedstead, :her bedroom v a c u u m carpet a r t ic les too num - V, F. IJCHTEN- G. C u tting, au c - AUCTION — O n F r i d a y , A larch 24th a t 1 o’clo c k th e u n d e r s ig n e d w ill sell a t th e fa r m oco u p ied toy h i m ­ se l f a t B in g h a a n M ills a b o u t one m ile w e s t of B lu e S to re, w a g o n s , h a r n e s s , c u tte r , fo r k s , ra k e s , pl6ws and other farming’ iniple- ment-s, and household furniture in- clU'd'inig tab les, sta n d s , c a r p e t , beds, b e d d in g , d r e s s e r s , c h a ir s , co o k sto v e , 2 a n t i q u e b u r e a u s a n d m a n y o t h e r a r t i c l e s to o n u m e r o u s to m e n t io n . WAI. B . F I N G A R , O w n e r . D O U G L A S SAIXTH, A u c tio n e e r . A U C T IO N — On T u e s d a y , A p r il 4 th , a t 11 a. m ., th e u n d e r s ig n e d w ill sell faa rr mm km n o w n a s th e E . A. fro m C laver; k . 4 m iles f r o m C la’v lag e , 2 fro m A lellenville, H u d s o n , 1 fin e b a y te a m , h o r s e , b in d e i nder, reaper, mower, rakei plow s , fow ls, h a m e s i w a g o n s , 1 lig h t Six S t u d e b a k e r car, ru n less th a n 3,000 m iles, A l c o n d i ­ tio n , c u t t e r s , sleig h s , c u lt i v a t o r s a n d m a n y o t h e r fa r m i n g im p l e m e n ts to o n u m e r o u s to m e n tio n . Als( p a r l o r su its, p a r l o r stove, su ite, c a r p e ts, 1 n e w Whi1te i co n s istin g stov e , bedroi ite, c a r p e ts , 1 n e w W h i sew in g ichine, quantity of white and g r e e n o u tsid e p a in t, a n d m a n y o t h e r articles. IRVING J. FLEAIING, O w n e r. A lyron M e lius, a u c t i o n e e r ; Ellis Duntz, Clerk. AUCTION— O n Tuesday, A larch 28th a t 10 a. m . s h a r p , th e u n d e r s ig n e d w ill se ll at h is farm in T o w n of C la v e r a c k 2 m i l e s e a s t o f H u d s o n on U n io n T u r n p i k e , 13 cow s , -bin­ ders, re a p e r s , m o w i n g m a c h in e s , w a g ’onai, cutte\*, sleiglis-, h a r r o w s , plo'ws-, c u ltiv a t o r s , h a r n e s s , m i l k can s , scales, 30 R h o d e Is l a n d R e d ch’ick e n s , 1 b la c k h e a v y team, h e a v y d r a f t h o r s e , a n d g e n e r a l a s s o r t m e n t of fa r m a n d g a r d e n tools, 1 square piano, 00 yds. Brus­ se l s carp e t, chairs, rock ers, bed couch, organ, beds, tables, side boards, stoves, and many other articles o f hou seh o ld furniture. AVAf. H. ifLEAHNG, Owner. GRANT L E G G E T T , A u c tio n e e r . ArCTION— On Tuesday, ATarcb 25th a t 12 o’clock s h a r p th e u n d e n s ig n e d w i ll sell on th e fa r m kno-wn as the .D ennis F a r m In tow n of A n c r a m , a b o u t 1 m ile n o r t h of A n c r a m on th e D o o d le T o w n R o a d , 2 g r a y m u les, 3 cow s, 3 calves, w a g o n s ,- sleigh, h a r n e s s , plow , h a r r o w s , c u l­ tiv a to r , C y p h e r ’s o u t-d o o r b r o o d e r h e a t e r , H . P . g a s o lin e engine, 25 la y in g h e n s , po o l ta b le & e q u i p ­ m e n t, sew in g m a c h i n e a n d m a n y o t h e r a r t ic l e s to o n u m e r o u s to- -m e n tion. Al.so 96 a c r e fa r m . Tferm s .$600.00 cash , m o r tg a g e fo r b a la n c e . E D D S W O ItT H T. IN - GRABLAM, O w n e r ; D O U G L A S SAIITH, A u c tio n e e r . Help Wanted ATOUNG AIAN W A N T E D — To le a r n p a i n t e r s trade:. A d d ress P A I N T E R c a r e Re-putolican. AYANTED— ^An a l l ai’o u n d p r i n t e r to j Avork in a c o u n t r y neAvs-p-aper of- ] flee. M u s t be ab le to do h a n d com - 'i ipositlon. A d i;.re.‘-’.-3 R E P U B L I C A N O F F I C E C a rm e l, N. Y. W A N T E D — P 'ii’s t - c l a s s m a n fo r farrit i Avork. 'A lust be g o o d m i l k e r a n d ‘ d r iv e r . I f n o t first-c la s s fa r m m a n , ^ need n o f ap p ly . K . P . K I P P , R . F . D. N o . 1, G r e a f B a r r i n g t o n , Alass. T e l. lS S -5. 1 ^ Poultry. ] CUSTOM H A T C H I N G — 4 c a n egg F i r s t h a t c h s t a r t s A larch 6th. C. B. C R E G O , P h o n e N o . 1.3 C l a v e r - f f ack , N. Y. ' •' B A B Y C H IC K S F O R S A L E — S. C W .' 1 L e s ’h o rnSj $20.00 p e r 100. M a y $1S. H a t c h i n g Eg-gs ,$10.00 p e r 'JOO. M R S D. C. JO R D A N , C rary v ille, K ^ 1A B Y C H IC K S F O R .SAT;K— H. C. ] \V. l.e ? h o r n $23.00 rei- h u n d r e d . ro r n c '. l C e rliflod .33c each . S l ’N - S E T R I D G E rO U I .T K Y F.-VRAI, C. 13. C R E G O , P h o n e No. 13, C lav- < c r a c k , N. Y . 1 For Sale. F O R S A L E — L i g h t oali b e d r o o m su ite, sm ’in g s a n d m a t t r e s s . M RS P E R C Y ■' R O C K E F E L L E R , G c rm a .ntow n , ' N . Y . . ; F O R S A tiE — iviy sto r e p r o p e r t y srocR i of go o d s a n d fix t u r e s to g e t h e r oi s e p a r a t e . R e t i r i n g fro m b u s in e s s P r ic e s re d u c e d . W . L. S P E E D , 725 , C o lu m b ia St., H u d s o n , N. Y. | F O R S A L E — B o n e c u t t e r fo r p o u l t r y , a s new , $10, co s t $15. F i f t y egg i n - ; c u b a f o r a n d b r o o d e r s a m e size, to - ' g e t h e r $6, little u s e d . N in e Z e a ­ la n d R e d ra b b i t s , $12 th e lo t ; sin g ly m a le s $1.50; fem a les, $2. G R I E V E , A la r tin d a l e D e p o t. ; Real Estate. FA R A IS a n d B O A R D I N G H O U S E S — 1 I f y o u Avant to sell, list y o u r place to - d a y . 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B a r r ie , p r e s e n t e d a t th e I’e a t r e Sa A Re.sUleiice Change. ■Air a n d A irs A llen A. P l a t n e F w i ll ivo so o n fro m A irs J. Cap-pelli’e use to ro o m s in th e R ifentourgh. 1 S u m m i t .street. Returns From Hospital. R 'oelif Pal-m e r re t u r n e d n o m e fro m th e H u d s o n H o sspi'tal, p ita l, w iliere h e u n d e r w e n t a eelis ago. afterm o n ['O w h e r e I o p e r a t io n th r e e n u c h im p r o v e d in h e a l t Returns From Child’s Hos] W i llia m C o n n o r re t u r n e d th e C h ild ’s H o s p ital, a Me h a d b e e h a p a r ; tw o w e e k s, fo llo w in g -a performed toy Dr. Eltin la t u r d a y A lbany, fo r th e i op e r a - A N a s a l O p e r a t io n . Ivison A. Sagendioripli had an op e r a ­ tio n on h is nose, la s t T h u r s d a y , a t St. P e t e r ’s Hioispital, A lb a n y , b y D r . C. 'The-isen. t i e w a s alble to return ne Saturday. .Ttidgo C r a iu lell I n A lb a n y . ud’ge .J-ohn L. C r a n d e l l is b o l d in g irt in A lban y this w e e ’k in the ■lacc of Isadore B'ooksitein of Albany. vho i-s fililing Jud g e - C r a n d ell’s place Benelit Asso, -lu Meet. 'r h e W o m e n ’s B e n e f it A s s o c iatio n h o ld thei-r reg a ilar m e e tin g ’ sday evening, a f t e r th e so c ial li-ttee h a s a s u r p r i s e in s t o r e fo r icimlbers. L e t each m e m 'ber b e a r n mind by their presence. Missionary Society To Meet. e W iom a n ’s Poreiign A llssionary S o c iety of -the A leth'odist Episco.pa'1 c h u r c h w ill m e e t S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n , .rch 25-th a t 3 o’clo c k a t th e h o m e A irs E . J. B e a r d s le y on P r o s p e c t The Prize 'Winners. Floyd. Snydi ~ \asqu-ei ub in Strai the Alasqu-erade M rs T h o m a s t h e lad dii ie s pri itie-im h e l d b y th i n d H a i l on, F r id a ; fo r b e in g th e b e s t c o s t u m e t a n . H e re p r e s e n t e d id M rs T h o m a s t h e la . S h e also re p r e s e n te d a n In d i a n . MARKETS ■I > “■SlS'Sir™ . ........ & Seconds ....................... L o w e r g r a d e s ............ U ^ a l t e d creamery-— I Seconds ........... C r e a m try f held® o ■ i t i l i ’s’e’: i I is S ia.” I I E g g s lES'iitio’/iiiii;::::: I I S V S f e r S S ' l . ' . - : - g g Uncanclled ............................. .. • • • • ^ ^ O ther nearby and nearby « | | “\pSbL:::::;;:::-;:::; d I N e a rby and W e s tern hen- ^ nery, brow n , fancy . . . . . . . Nearby brown and mixed colored or f a n c y ..................... N e a rby brown, firsts to ex­ tra firsts ................................ C H IC K E N S —D r y packed, m ilk fed , 12 to box. ^ _ 26% 25% 2HICKENS—Dry picked, c W estern— ider 30 lbs. ti_ 3. and undei _ iVLS—-Dryp We.stei’n— ider 30 lbs. to average fancy fancy packs .. 23@24 24@25 ................... 29#30 ..@ 3L icked, corn fed, 12 to box. and ovlr 28@29 . FOWLS—Dry, picked, milk fed, barrels i i l i i a n y A t A lasq A b o u t fifty p e o p le o a s q 'uerade d a n c e ' a t leratle. a t t e n d e d th e Strand H-al fu’.s'.t prize; la t u r d a y evening. o r b e s t co s tu m e s w e r e w o n b y Airs L e z e tte, ’vv'ho w o r e a Y a im a nyd-er w.ho H e r - riok’g m u s ic fo r KNIGHTS PUCE A BAN UPON BIRTH CONTROL -At a t t a c k u p o n b i r t h c o n t r o l as “ o rg a n ized im-moi’a l i t y ” is m a d e by G o lum toia, o f f ic ia l o r g a n of th e K n i g h t s of Colum tous- in its A larch issue, ju s t ou t. “L e t n a t i v e A m e r i­ c a n s prea'cb' a n d p r a c tice b i r t h co n ­ trol for th r e e Cx- four g e n e r a t ion s ,” the article says, \anti the following' three or fou r gen e r a t ion s -will find th e so - c a lle d ‘fo r e ig n e r s ’ in secu r e po.'isession of the country. In bring­ ing th e dan g e r o u s b irth control pro­ p a g a n d a to th e a t t e n t ion of th e -country Arch-bishop iHayes has ut­ tered a ipat-riotic w a r n ing, w h ic h ._ i f leiflca’s ep pitc i t a p h . ” ubus councils e v e r j’Avhere a i’e u r g e d to n t c lu d e th e b i r t h c o n tro l m o v e m e n t in th e list of re v o lu t i o n a r y , Tadical and o t h e r a n t i - s o c i a l a n d a n t i - A m e r i c a n m o v e - Iments. opp o s e d in K n i g h t s of C o lu m ­ b u s o p e n fo r u m s a n d ■ l e c tu r e co u rses. Red Cross Meeting. T h e a n n u a l m e e tin g of th e Phi- ;ont Gh'aip'ter of the Red Cross Sc e ty w ill b e h e l d a t C r u s a d e r H a l u n h e e d e d m a y be A m e i'lca ’s e Knights of Columb RED HOOK MEN GIVE FINE SHOW Severa.l m e m b e r s o f L a F o y e t t e P o s t, besid e s m e m b e r s o f th e o th e r elev e n posts, in D u tc h e s s C o u n ty a t ­ te n d e d th e pe-rfiorm a n c e g iv e n by th e iinieml’oers of- t h e R h y n d e r s P o s t , N o . 602, A m e rican. L e g ion a t th e i r cluib ro o m s F r i d a y ni-gtot, w h e n th e y p r e ­ se n te d “W h e n a F e llo w N e e d s a F r i e n d . ” qihe pea-iComanco tvas w e ll p e e s e n t- od an d w a s v e r y m u c h en jo y e d by th e larg-e -atten(cl,anice. A v e r y s-iilb.stan- tia l su m w a s realized , w h ic h w ill be u s e d to h e l p defday th e ex p e n s e s of I th e V e t e r a n s ’ ADountain C a m p a t 'L’up - p e r L a k e in th e A d irouclacks. P r a c t i c a l l y a l l o f trie tw e lv e Legion. Posits in D u tchess. C o u n ty h a v e ra ise d a su m o r a r e ra isin g a su m to jbq g iv ­ en toAVards th e 'cxipenses o,f the\ cam p , w h ich w ill be -not on ly fo r A m e r ican T.egron m e m lbers, b u t fo r ' th e e x - s e r ­ vice m e n a t lai'ge. ' POKEEPSIE POST PLANS UPie seco n d m e e tin g o f th e m-oiTth of R a F a y e t t e P o s t of P o u g h k e e p s i e ■was h e l d a t th e P o s t H e a d q u a r t e r s on '.rhm isday ev e n ing, tvhen m 'a n y m e m - toers of th e ex-serV ice m e n ’s lead in g o r g a n i z a ti o n w e r e on h a n d to ta k e p a r t in th e m a n y d iscussions of b u s i­ n e s s w h i c h w e re b r o u g h t u p be-fore the. m e e t i n g b y C o m a n a n d e r SebAvartz. T h e m a s t e r oif the. P o s t h a v i n g its oAvn h o m e Avas b r o u g 'h t u p anid a le - p o r t fro m t h e . im cm lbers of th e E.x- ecu tiv e C o m m ittee Avas giA'en on th i s im ip o r tan t m a itter. I t 'was th e u n a n ­ im o u s oipiniion of th e m e m ibers of th e organ'iziati'on thh-t th e P o s t -should h a v e its oavu hom e , an d C o m m a n d e r S c h w lartz a n n o u n c e d th a t it w a s h is p e r s o n a l o p inion th a t b e f o r e th e end Of th e y e a r , th e meunlbers of I^a- F a y e itte P o s t sh'oulcl b e h o l d in g th e i r OAA’n clulb h o u s e . q.'he sp e c ia l h o u s i n g co m m i tte e a p ­ p o i n te d by C o m |m 'a m ler S c h w a r tz, consi.sting of E lg i n S. N ick e r s o n , .lo.hn C o o k a.nd D r. C. Af. C lay B e a l liave Ibeen g-oing’ o v e r th e availa.ble b u i l d ­ in g s in- th is city an d h a v e ex a m in e d m a n y a n d th e r e a r e set’e r a l o t h e r ■buildings in th i s city and. h a v e m e n ­ tio n e d to th e m e m lbers o f th e Com­ m ittee, th a t Avou'ld m a k e ex c e l l e n t h e a d q u a r t e r s fo r th e Starch in Human Foods. Starclj is the only food that is changed in any chem ical w a y in the mo’jlli. Stai'ciris gradually olianged into sugar in the alinientary canal, tlie first process taking place in - (he Other foods are merely ground ;anizatio n . -D a ta i s b e i n g p r e p a r e d , c o v e r in g of th e bniicTiing's so f a r A'islted. C i imandei- Sc-hwa-r-tz ainpoinited a sp e c ia l fummc-e c-onmi-ittee, Avhich • -Avith the sp e c ia l' irous-ing- c o n se c u r i n g ’ t h e P o s t ’s oavu quaa-'ters. T h e members of both committGes,' togeth- _ . . . er Avlth the m e-m lbers of t h e e x e c u t i v e nioutli. Other foods are merely ground comimlttee Avill meet a m i go o v e r up and softened,, in preparation for plans as to .ho.Av to rai.se the fund-ji tetiou by otJier iuioe\s. . ' • . for the pureha.se of th e clu b house. ' 'ty ^ to be p r e s e n t. A larch 21-st Jbers a r e re q u e s t e d T h e R e v . R e f o r m e d c h u r c h of b i s d i s c o u r s e ‘ ‘ Oh.i'istian SteiwSu'S.rii remark! A n d r e a e o f th e }d a s th e th e m e J nd-ay m e r n i n g , -p,” basinig' his on tbe first tour verses of Ro'm'ans S. ATr A n d r e a e preach e d in the ?.felih'odist church in the even- Ilib l c Scliool E x e r c ises. The devotional e x e r c ises of the R e ­ fo r m e d Bibile S c h o o l Avere- co n d u c ted S u n d a y morning- 'by Mrs J. D. Cran- d e ll's clas.«, Aliss. A larian P a l e n a n d Miss El’izalbeth Keil. acting as lead­ ers. T h e exercises, n e x t S u n d a y , Avi be coiiidiucted b y th e A r n ica C lass. A F o o d Sale. T h e F ide'li;/ C lass o-f th e llef-orm e d B ib le School aa ’III h o ld a food sa l e a t | A b r a m P a l e n ’s st-ore, P rida.y ida.y a f te i 3 5 lbs. each and over .. I it?etl ::::: ’i S l iiS ' i S l i a S ’.:: CAPONS— 10 lbs. each and c B a rrels B o x e s 1 young hens & toms. : i i L - I t i3ii SQUABS— - White, 11 to 12 lbs. to d o z ...l3 00@14 00 le tab l e s . ........... 3 50@ 6 50 ..@ 3 00 Beans, per basket . Beets, per barrel . Leeks,^per 100 b u n c h e s .......... 2 6 o i 5 50 L to i^b e a n \ : bsku oV h o i 3 o j 7 oo yellow ;; I Conn.■’VM.;•yehm^V•b•as;:;; 7 5olt, S 25 00<^ 8 75 as 5 bunches 2 00 @ 3 OO P a l e n ’s st-ore, F r noon, M a i’ch 24th a t 5 o’clock, g i r ls haA’e M a i’c h 24 th a t 5 o’cloc k . T h e s e p led g e d th e m s e lv e s to > fo r the- c h u r c h , a n d th e y ng' go o d p r o g r e s s . T o o k B a r E x a m s . E a i ’l S c u tt, Avho recenitly finished his stu d i e s a t the L a iv S c h o o l o f S y r a ­ cuse P'niA’ers-ity, tqok th e S t a te B a r exam in a t ion s at A lb a n y ’rhur.sday and sp e n t ’Thursclay eA’ening a t tlie hom e of h i s . pa'rents, ■ IMr and M rs W illiaim R e b c k a l is A d e lp h a rill h o l d V ill AJeet. R'etoekah Lo.dge N o . 57.5 le i r re g u l a r m e e t i n g T u e s - ig -a)t Avhich tim e , t h e r e Avill cian’didiates to ta k e th e de­ g r e e a f t e r ’w h ich a c o m m i t t e ' c h a r g e of Airs- A llbert Jenning- a a c t as so c ial C o m m ittee of th e ev< A B ii’tlula; ■ank J. Pi !.t bii-th’dhy S aa tt uu rr dd aa yy -asan.t b i r th 'd a y su n p r i m e , S evening, sive p in o o h le ftirnis-bed th e e n t e r t a i n - im ent. T'-hose m 'e sen-t w e r e Air an d A irs O. A.- Rey-noldB, M re B la n c h e H ic h m a n , D r . a n d M r s G. W . Vedkier. •Aliss K a tiirym S h a r p , M r a n d Airs. J o h n E . W a u v e r, M r a-nd Airs G e o rg’e J. S c u tt, Air a n d IMi’s W illia m A. H u n ­ ter.- DMr.s P a l m e r w a s p r e s e n te d Avith y rem e m b i ’a n c e hi r t h d a y r e m e m l b y h e r frien d s . Village Election Today. m i n d th e v illag e elec h o u r s of be h e l d to d a y betiAvei eleven a. m . a n d fb.i le c tion to o n r tru c k h o u se of the fire com pany AVhich time o-Pficers for the comb vear Avill to chosen. The only nom­ inations filed witli ttiei Village.' Clerk are th o s e of th e Citizens P a r t y w h o .............. a r e L o u is F . .H a r d e r ’ f o r P i- e s ident. E r l s l f hogs: in is . ! J a m e s J. B r e n n a n and G e o rg e - J. Sugar, gran., lb ...................... S c u t t fo r trustee.'?, H a r o l d D e W a l d fo r Sugar. ra-Av. C u bas ............ T r e a s u r e r an d C h a r le s C. R io n for- .................. 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