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i' UlilAtitlED EVKH Y TBUR8DA Y, By Estate of A.C.H.LIVINGSTON, GEORGE L. BROWN, ;1OOK AND jlOB JOINTING DF ovory description executed with prompt- ii ;N9 and at low prices. DEVOTED TO POLITICS, SCIENCE, AGRICULTURE, AND WHOLE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE. VOL. 50. ELIZABETHTOWN, ESSEX COUNTY. N. Y., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1901. NO. 9 Readim? Notices, among reading matter 5 cents per line. Busiuess Cards (not occupying more than one inch space) $3.00 per year. Legal Advertising at rates prescribed by law. Other advertising rates made known on application. Birth, Marriage and Death notices free. Correspondence of public interests so- licited from all parts of the county. The subscription price of the Post an-l Gazette is $1-00 per year, payable strictly in advance. Local and Vicinity. Put! Con itue II is Alt.Mid meeting at- village Oct. s i yield tl th •otl- le e C ing. ing w soldit oiirt ell. srs inouument House in this —Columbia is still the #em of the ocean. Mftrabon—MoNamara. A pretty little wedding occurred -Morning mail closss at 10 o'clock at The Windsor in this village .last ,t the Elizabcthtown Post Office. evening at 7 o'clock, at which time ext -Supreme Court in this village eek. See Calendar of causes, lsewhere. clhif[t 'iit. farmer subscribers are again urged to draw in some —(Jeorge W. Jenkins returned home from the Pan-American Ex- position Sunday morning. —Thomas Sutherland continues to Keep things moving upon his upper Roquet Valley premises. -Be sure and see Flint, the graduate Optician .at the Maple wood Imi Oct. 11, Westport Oct. 10. — Cyrus II. Daniels is erecting a large, substantial barn at the rear of his lot. on Hand Avenue in this village. -Charles Hi two Lewis vi picked up H'il ihvy last --Orlando Roberts, G I and Frank Bartlett, ung men, dug and bushels of potatoes ek. Kellogg. Julius rge W. Jenkins Benjamin t\ Stetson of this village, visited St. Fhihert's Inn Monday. —If your eyes blur when you read you need glasses to help your eye- sight. Or. Flint, ivill be tit the. Maple- wood Inn Oct. 11, Weslport Oct. 1<>. —Regular covenant and business meeting at the ftliaabethtown Baptist Church Mie eoming Saturday after- noon, commencing promptly at two o'clock. —Clarence Patterson and family have moved from the Wm. Barton house at, ihe foot of the Matthews hill into the Hand house, so called, on the Plain. —Mrs. Victoria Liberty of Brook- lyn. N. Y., and her sister Mrs. Lmnirii Wait of Foley. Nebraska.are visiting relatives andfrieuds in this, their native town. —Fred E. Milholland, Foreman of the New York Tribune co:np >sing rooms, was in Wlizabethtowu Tues- day and Wednesday. —JS. Triuleau and C. Orlo Metealf have returned home from the Pan- American Kxposition and report hi i —For a few days only sample line of men's suits and overcoats at H. II. Nichols. —H. H. Nichols has just rceived a car load of the famous \Old Sleepy K/o\ Flour. —Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Marvin of Detroit, Mich.,are visiting relatives in thi-i village. — I>L s! service, best workmanship ll-iberls Tonsorial Parlor in the JW-Office Block. [tfj —More new arrivals at Nichols— ilings, ladies kimonas, dressing icques, night robes, skirts, etc. The semi-annual meeting of the Warren County Teachers' associa- i will be held October 19 at the high school, Warrensburgh. —Miss Cordelia Pond, having finished her duties as Librarian at Keene Heights, returned to her home in this village Saturday. We are glad to have her home again. —We are more than pleased ot see our old friend and schoolmate Hubert H. Glidden, who has been in the State of Washington about two years, back among his native hills. —A chocolate party will be given by the Farther Light Circle in the Baptist Church Fridayevening,Oct. and place Mr. Maurice Marabon of Elizabethtown and Miss Nellie Mc- Namara of New York were united, the Rev. Father LaChance of West- port performing the marriage cere- mony. Mr. Marabon is head chef at The Windsor and we are glad to be able to note that be has taken unto himself a wife. HEW LAKE GEOEGE STEAMEE. Improvements on the Gobble Hill Golf Ground. The regular fall work on the Cob- ble Hill Golf Ground in Hand Park, under the personal supervision of Albert Patterson. Keeper of the Green, is now in progress. Among the alterations and improvements ve note a new green at the 6th hole and also a new green at the 5th hole. The new greens, especially the lat- ter, which is at the foot of \Old Glory\ notch, will add materially to the appearance of the Cobble Hill Golf Ground aud will be much ap- preciated by the patrons of those famous links. •4th. Cocoa, candies, ice cream and ;ake will be sold. All are invited. —The sale of the livery outfit at Keeue Heights, which was to have taken place Monday afternoon, was postponed till Oct. 14th, to take place at Holt's Corners, so called, at the north end of Keene Valley. —Lost—Between this village and the Westport Railroad Station, a burlap bag containing the saddle and pedal cranks of n bicycle. Suit- ? reward will be paid for the re- turn of said articles to this office. Ltf.] —Underwood & Co.. the up-to- date photographers who have been in our midst nearly three months. announce that they having .seen alm cluding the Joh —Charles L. verything, i stown flo >d. Abel and Mrs. W. II. JJurbunk have our thanks for wspapers. giving ulVato in dea of what is going on at the Exposition, etc. copies us aii Pan-Ainerii —Friday evening was an excel leent one for an open air band con cert, and the Kliziibei-htrnvii Military Baud met the occasion like trained musicians, tilling the bill to per- fects F. H. Davis and Family Go Back to New Bochelle. F. H. Davis and family returned to their New Rochelle home Satur- day last, they having occupied the John M. Adams cottage on Water Street during the summer months. Mr. Davis is Superintendent of the New Rochelle Water Company auf we are glad indeed to be able to say that his cottage on the slope of Wood Hill, not far from the Post & Gazette building, is rapidly nearing com- pletion, Henry R. Fuller, the con- tractor and builder, rushing it to his utmost. The selection of this commanding ing site was made by Mrs. Davis and it is but a few rods paratively speaking. strive to com- the spot where Richards, the great artist, Will be Eeady Next July— Something of the Design-To be Fitted With Ail the Latest Appliances. Next year a new steamer will be placed on Lake George by The Cham- plain Transportation Company. The Horicon will take the trip formerly performed by the Ticonderoga, which was recently burned, while the new boat will take the schedule formerly operated by the Horicon. As yet the name of the new boat has not been determined, but the con- tracts call for the completion of the boat for operation July 1, 1902. The boat will be constructed by The W. & A. Fletcher Company of Hoboken, N. J., the contract for the hull being sub-let to The Harlan & Hollingsworth Company of Wilming- ton, Del., and the joiner work to Job u Inglis & Son of Brooklyn. The Fletcher Company built the Fall River Line steamers, Plymouth and Priseilla, and is one of the best known aud most capable shipbuild- ing companies. The new boat will be li>5 feet long I the water line and 203 feet ovei all. The beam or width of the boat will bo thirty feet and fifty-nine feet over all. The depth of the hold will be ten feet six inches. The boat will be fitted with watertight bulkheads. It will have a vertical beam engine, forty-four-inch cylinder, ten feet stroke and two boilers of return tubular pattern, eight feet in di- ameter and twenty-three feet long. The wheels are of the patent feather- ing pattern, twenty-three feet in diameter, and the buckets work automatically to feather in leaving the water. This prevents much resistance and allows greater speed. The boat will be fitted with search- lights, steam steering gear and every modern convenience. The dining room will be on the main deck. The cost of the new steamer will be about $150,000. The Champlain Transportation Newman. Sept. 30.—Mr. aud Mrs. Harvey Randall and family of North Dakota arc visiting friends and relatives in town. Mr. Randall lectures in the M. E. Church to-night for the bene- fit of the Epworth League. Thaire E. Mazuzan of Greenfield, lass.,has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Mazuzan; he re- turned to his home in Greenfield Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bryant visited •elatives at Keene Center last week. Miss Jessie Philbrooks of Saranac Lake was the guest of Mrs. Fred Calkins Friday, Sept. 27. Miss Effie Kennedy is working in Howe's store at Lake Placid. Mrs. Hueston, who has been stay- ing with her son at Peasleyville, re- turned to their home at her daugh- ter's, Mrs. Friday. Frank Durgan's, last Port Henry- Miss Anita Stewart of New York, j who has been visiting at F. S. Wither bee's, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Graham of I Iron ville visited this section Tues- day. Miss Grace McDowell returned W. T. Foote, Jr., and Harry Pel-[tome Saturday night after spending n of New York have returned , a week a t Malone. from a hunting expedition in ! G Hti Dakotas. painted his famous landscape. South Valley A Woman Says: \The first bottle of the ) raedi- n Saturday, Sept, 21st, ng near Elizabefchtown, a r j()S while d round rubber air cushion covered with green denim. Finder will be rewarded if returned to ftl. C. Stan- ton, Iflizubcthluwii, New York. -Charles II. Thompson who wit- nessed the horrorsof Mic Johnstown flood May ill, 1SK!», was in Elizabeth- town Monday and Tuesday soliciting orders for Brewer's Worlds Best Orations, a mostadinirable work. •-Hurry lOlkes won the sa.llOO match series against, Bobby Waltfi- our. the \Kair Haired Boy,\ on tin Revere, track, Boston. Mass., Satur day night, Elkes rodo rJ7u miles ii the hour behind single motors nearly a mile more than WaHhour. -(ieorge W. I'Vem-h of this vil- lage will have charge oF the dining room, kitchen, ele., at- the Palmer House, Lakewood, N. J.. the com- ing winter. This will make his nth winter season at the Palmer House and no one doubts his success. -Clinton H.Simonds of this place left home Tuesday morning for Lake. Placid, from whence he was to go on to 'fupper Lake and Beaver River to attend to some, hydraulic engi- neering for the International Paper Company by whom he is employed. Those going to Buffalo from this section to visit the Pan-American Exposition would do well to put up with Charles L. Abel, 430 Porter Ave. Take West Grant Car at Niagara Street, get oil' at Porter and York Streets, one block up Porter Ave., leftside. —Win. IT. Hanehett has sold his house on Hand Avenue to Mrs.RHixH MeManus and daughters and pur- chased theoldPvobertW. Livingston homestead just across Maple Street from the Post & Gazette office. We extend a hearty welcome to our now neighbors. —Ivan Roberts, Elizabethtown's accomplished barber, returned home yesterday from a sojourn on Otter Creek, bringing a 'line specimen of the blue heron which helmd captured ik A. Morso. the taxidermist, will get t: canght up\ so as to leave us about the middle of next week. —One of the cottages being erect- ed up back of G. W. Jenkins farm buildings is 62 ft. l>y 47 ft., two story high. The other is 46 ft. by 48 ft., two story high. Charles 01- druifofthis village has charge of both and the work is going rapidly forward. —Thursday last we received a visit from our old friend, Major H. Barber of Barbers Point, town of Westport. Major and his wife have recently returned home from visit- ing Chicago, the Pan-American Ex- position, etc., and report a most en- oyable time. —We are going to show you how susily a fire can be extinguished with our fire extinguisher. Every- body is iuvited to witness the ex- hibifciouof Kilfyre to be given at Elizabethtown on Oct. 8th at 7 p. m. in front of H. H. Nichols store. ALBERT HINZE, Westport. —Benjamin Abel, a resident of Buffalo, has taken some very excel- lent photographs of the Milburn House where McKinley died, which will be mailed to those desiring them for twenty-five cents each and four cents for postage. Address Miss S. Abel, 43(5 Porter Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. cine, Calcura Solvent, set up my nerves like tuning a fiddle. I be- gan to get good sleep. After that I felt hungry and when I smelt break- fast I wasn't long getting down stairs. J picked up weight and strength, and no wonder 1 believe in Dr. David Kennedy, of Kennedy Row, Kingston. N. Y.\ All drug- gists $1.00. sept.26tf. —The Rev. Homer W. Tope,D:D., Superintendent of the Albany Dis- trict,New York Anti-Saloon League, poke in the Methodist Church here Monday evening,under the auspices of the local W. C. T. U. A large crowd listened attentively to an effective orator, a man who says much in a short space of time. — The editor of the Post has re- ceived a photograph of the John G. Milburn home in Buffalo where President McKinley died. The photograph was taken by Benjamin Abel and is an excellent oue to preserve. Send 25 cents and 4 and wh: famous mount. >n1 . for postage to 436 Porter Ave. Buffalo, N. Y., and get something well worth preserving. —Miss Sarah Abel, of 436 Porter A ve.. Buffalo, will receive Pan-Amer- ican guests. Terms #1.00 apiece—two in a room. Finest residence part of Buffalo, Half block distant from cars going to and from the grounds. Rooms must be engaged in ad- vance. Band Concert in Band Stand Friday Night. See The Conquering Hero Comes —P. Gilmoro. March—Mailer—P. H. Losey. Blonde and Brunette — Concert Duet—T. V. Short. Two Step—\Soaly Rifles\—E. W. Berry. March — Canton Halafax—R. B. [Tall. Harvest Days—Overture—-Harry Vcio Tilzer, arr. by Chafctfaway. Maroh— Demsloy Commandery— R. B. Hall. Lee Woodruff Sherman. It is seldom that a death causes as luch surprise and sorrow as that of Lee Woodruff Sherman on Sept. 10th, 1901, aged eleven years, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Sherman of Wadhams Mills, N. Y. The years of 1808 and 1890 were spent by Mr. and Mrs. Sherman at Elizabeth-towu where Lee attended school and made many friends; he had planned to visit his friends and schoolmates at that place the week of his death. Lee was taken ill on Saturday but was not considered to be in a dan- gerous condition until the day of his death which occurred on Tuesday evening. Just before his death he said: 'Papa am I going to die;\ his father answered, \I don't know, Lee;\ he then put his arms around his mother's neck and repeated the Lord's prayer, then kissed parents and in a short time his life in this rorld ended. The funeral was held at the home on Thursday after noon and although the day was a rainy one, the largo attendance and the number of flowers mowed the love of kiud friends. Rev. A. Dracas had charge of the service and preached a helpful ser- mon; the text was from Matthew, 18tb chapter, 10th verse. It was a sad sight to see the casket carried from the home by the youngcousins, Tom Sherman, Richard Woodruff, Roy Sherman and Robert Howard. Lee will be remembered as a boy of quiet and thoughtful nature, with a pleasiugface and gentlemanly man- Company will also construct a new boat for its Lake Champlain service. The new boat on Lake George will make the transportation service the best ever given on that lake.—Ex. Rev. Harvey S. Bandall Heie For a Day. Sunday morning last those who attended the Methodist Church in this village had the privilege of listening to a soul-stirring sermon by Rev. Harvey S. Randall of Leeds, North Dakota, his text being John 3-16: For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever belioveth in him should not perish but have ever- lasting life. Mr. Randall ^ Arnold Ricketson of Peasleyville was in town last week, the guest of his aunt, Mrs. F. Durgan. M. N. Lamoy and family have moved into Ike Goodrich's block at Lake Placid. Essex. Oct. 2.—The beautiful month of October is here. This morning threatens rain, but as Friday and Saturday of last week, the calendar for this mouth, was so warm and pleasant, we trust that we may have just such pleasant weather through- out this month. We were visited with a hard thunder storm Sunday eveniug but did no damage in this vicinity. The farmers are picking their ap- ples and report not a very large crop. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stower of Standish, N. Y., are in town for a few days. Mr., and Mrs. Nelson LaRoe have gone to spend a week at New York. Mrs. Shy land of Greenwich. N.Y.. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. R. Bigger. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Anson of Cambridge. N. Y.. are in town. John Fortune has purchased a home in the village, moving in last week. —Dr. F. John W. Carr returned from Lake Placid a few days since. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Witherbee re in Ottawa this week. Mr. Witherbee has purchased upwards of forty thousand acres of land in the vicinity of Ottawa which will be used for huntling grouuds. F. Lewald went to New York Saturday night for his fall goods and for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Witherbee re- turned from the Pan-American a few days since. W. O. Martin, drug clerk in Sweet's drug store, left for Albany on Sundej' night to take a course of study in theAlbauy Medical college. Fifteen members of the Port Henry Council, Knights of Colum- bus, attended the installation the I George Huestis spent Sunday at home. Miss Fred Talbort of Philmont is Mr. and Mrs. Will Rose anl Mus- ter Sherwood \ -ntto Aus-ihle spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Saunders. Fred Nedeau and Miss Millie Saunders were married yesterday evening at the home of the bride. Mrs. F. E. Huestis was in Ti- codderoga Friday. Memorial services were held at ;he Center Sunday. TWINSEY. Svveatt returned from fas a student in the Elizabethtown Union Free School in 1886 and 1887, during which years he formed many strong friend- ihips here. He came here to school from the A very ville section of the town of North Elba and shortly after his school days went West. His many friends in this section will be a lad to know that he has a family, consisting of a wife and four children. His wife and children arc visiting her people at Mooors Forks. Mr. Randall left this village for North Elba on the stage Monday morning. We were sorry he could not stay longer but were glad to have had him with us even for a day. May the sun shine brightly upon his North Dakota home. Buffalo last week. Mrs. H. H. Knapp, accompauied by her son Harry, has gone to Buffalo. Lewis Jerdo and family have moved from the Maguire place into the Stower house, it being nearer Mr. Jerdo's farm work. George Clodgo aud family who have been occupying the Ferguson house have moved into the Allen house. of a council ot Knights at Saranac Lake Sunday. Mrs. J. McGilvrcy spent Sunday with relatives \at Beekmantown. Rev. M. H. Holland and T. P. Holland, also Miss Mary are at Moriah this week to witness the marriage of Miss Katherine Hoi- land to J. L. O'Hara of Willsboro. formerly of this town. George C. Wheelock has pur- chased the Buttertield property, formerly owned by his grandfather. Clark Butterfield. The Shirt Factory has resumed operations with a large force of operators. Clarence Wiswcll, formerly Oper- ator at the station and now oper- ator at Rouses Point, spent Sunday in town. U. S. Att'y H. E. Oweu is attend- ing U. S. Court ot Auburn this reek. John McNany, drug clerk for E. S. Smith, has resumed his stud- ies at Albany Medical College. Rumor comes to us of a hot game of base ball played by the clubs of our neighboring towns of Lewis and Willsboro. We are told that the Lewis Giants met their Waterloo at the hands of the famous Willsboro Indians. The Indians are hot stuff and full of ginger, playing big ball when the moon is right. A Lusty Son Bora to Mr. and Mrs. George H. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. George H. Williams of Haekensack, N. J., are the proud parents of a lusty sou born to them Saturday, September 30, 1901. Both mother and son doing well at last reports. The editor of the Post, who was a seatinate of the father of the \new comer\ those halcyon school days back in the 80s, hastens to extend congratulations. Lewis- Frank Cornwright has left the Milholland farms and is moving his family to Lewis. Elwin Collins is to move into the boarding house vacated by Mr. Cornwright. William Dickerson is to occupy one part of the Dudley cottage and Harvey Searles is to have the re- mainder of the house. Will Cole has rented a house of Chas. Bullis in the north end of the village. A few of our boys with the Wad- hams first niue went to Willsboro Saturday to play with the Willsboro nine and were defeated. Eugene Lee, the pitcher, is sadly missed. Mrs. Marcia Woodruff is in New York City this week visiting friends. The wires have been placed on the poles and otherwise completed. Harry Derby has returned from Willsboro where he has been treated by Dr. L. G. Barton for two weeks. The Misses Leach aud Ladue took trip to Keeseville Sunday. The employes of the telephone ine or twenty-five of themareboard- ng at the Mountain View House. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Searles isited friends in town on Sunday George Flagg of Wadhams was at lome on Sunday last. terday and contempbu-e i to morrow. Potatoes are rotting qu in somo places; srvn ? ii- boon ab-itulonel on a-;- ».m ago and r>t b >th. iv>t-w->rr: as a rule, the yield is p > u- R. W. VanOma-Ti i* e: few diyso-.jM.-r/ inS.'^i. The tint of th > a'i''i i plainly SIKHV fch i' O.-io l > >r TJppui- Jay . Sept. 30.- A party of just returned fr vn fch- P can, and still th •:':.: a'v :v low. Prof. Piun.'y lu.i a.*.':.•>-»' tion in 13 ).->t >i. a'i I m uw pecte-1 to aMi-n I Ins m'iv the coming ye ir, fiirl it to mike hasty pivpM-.i'i') ing elsewhere. Miss Mittie Prim- w Syracuse [Juiwrsil.y. a- home next week. Mr. and Mrs. A. I\). Ivi to morrow for Co! C > they will spju-l two w.; -ks wT i relatives. C. B. M.tLiu^iibi. a .InU'-tMV SnpvcmiCnivt , s-i-:>< :i f-\.v -livs last w ( -!v visiting S >n U >r IVim >. School begins to-tlay with Mr. J. T. Heald and Miss V,. Cn^ra, in- structors. JAY COOK NEAE TO D;v\T3 Suddenly Overooma by Illw . :i:il S>h Yet Oat of Dau^r. Wadhams Mills. Sept. 30—We had a hard thunder storm last evening with a heavy fall of rain, which washed the ro&d in many places. We wish to state that in last week's issue it was Mr. Jonathan Braisted who was a little more comfortable. Our merchants have returned from New York and are busy arranging their new goods. The Misses Daisy Sherman, Lula French, Lillie Robb and Annie Sher- man are attending school at West- port. Miss Lucy Livingston is teaching in the French District, also Miss Sayre in the Vaughan district. We are very sorry to hear that Mrs. Young has fallen aud sprained her hip. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Sayre of Moriah are visiting his brother, Mr. Clayton Sayre. Joseph Hardy, who has been vis- iting his sister, Mrs. H. Sherman, has returned to his home in Kansas. W. C. T. U. Convention in West- port on Tuesday afternoon and even- ing of this week. Construction Active Here. Elizabethtown ha s had a good summer and business continue!: lively up to the present. Our own Ira Hall's Left Leg Broken. Saturday afternoon about four o'clock Ira Hall of this place, who was employed by CharlesOldruff on the new cottages up back of G. W. Jenkins farm buildings,had the mis- fortune to break his left leg between the knee aud ankle. He was driving a team hitched toastone-boat. After unloading the stone-boat he started up the horses, the stone-boat snub- bed against a small black cherry stump, bobbed up and hit him on the left leg so as to instantly break it as above noted. Dr. Thomas A. Wasson of this villageset the broken member and Mr. Hall is doing as well as could be expected under the circumstances. This is the second experience of the kind Mr.Hall has had, as he broke bis right leg just above the ankle carpenters, stone masons and painters and several additional incs from Lewis and Westport are constantly employed by local con- tractors. We honestly believe that there is more in the way of con- struction going on here than in any town this side of North Elba. Ohurch Named for McKinley. (Special to th- World.) RRE, Pa. ; Sept.ao-This i h city has the honor of having d f th city has the first church named for the late President. The trustees of the new German-English Evangelical Luth- eran Church to-day decided to call the church the William McKinley Memorial Chapel. It is now being built, the corner-stone having been laid six days before the President was shot. Westport. The. Westport Inn closed Tuesday after a very successful season. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. M. Shattuck _.id Mrs. C. A. Pattison have re- turned from the Pan-American and report a very enjoyable trip. Mr. aud Mrs. M. E. Lott of Westport and Mr. and Mrs. Ace Walker of Essex are now at the Pan-American. Mrs. Samuel Root, wife of the late Samuel Root, died at her home in Moriah Sunday. Interment took place at Westport Tuesday. Mrs. Cordelia Howard is quite ill. Sorry to report Dr. C. R. Holt on the sick list. Last reports say he is better. J. L. Ferrell and family spent Sunday at Lewis Centre, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller. J. Hurley and wife are visiting friends in Willsboro. Philip Gardner has purchased the J. W. Nye building and will soon move his tonsorial parlors -to his new home. Iron ville. Oct. 1—What a beautiful October morning this is after the rain Sun day and a strong refreshing wind Sunday night and Monday. Those that attended the memorial services from here at Crown Poin 1 Centre Sunday were Capt. James A. Penfield, Viceroy Moore, Mrs. Annett Sisson, Mrs. Celia Turne and Mrs. Wm. Knowlton. Miss Alyce Peasley arrived here from Keene Valley last Friday We are glad to welcome her home again once more ; our girls are all at home from the hotels ; it seems more lik it. Mr. Rafferty, our new blacksmith, has moved his family here. We are sorry to say that Mrs. L. R, Dudley is still in a critical con- dition. Miss Lizzie O'Keefe returned homi last week from a visit at Ticonde- roga. George Bevins has returned to hi, work in Ticonderoga. Mrs. Emily Hall and son Albert gave the young people of Ironville party last Thursday evening; they all report a jolly time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles GarfieL were in Ticonderoga on busines: last week. Farmers here arc not afraid thai their potatoes are going to rot, the, know they arc rotting badly ; the are a big crop through this section but some are hardly worth digging. NOW-AND-THEN. The Crown Point. Misses Florence Ingalli Oard of Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clark and Mvs. M. A. Richards wish to ex- press their thanks to the many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted during the illuess, death assisted and burial of ng the i Mrs. E. L. Andrews while employed at Butto City. Mon-Mrs. l Richards sister; also for the, tana, back in the £ many beautiful floral offeriugs. Just n nd rum i/u-Ucn. are having weddings the famous league urned to his West- Mable Roseola, John Gilligau am Walton Huestis drove to Ticonder oga Thursday evening by moon- light. \How are the roads Walton?\ Mr. aud Mrs. E. R. Wilcox wer< in Middlebury Tuesday. Mrs. O. C. Mclutyre left Tuesda noon for Elizabethtown. WillQuirkoof Port Henry wa? the guest of Clay McNutt Satur- day. Alex Yell of Port Henry was i town Sunday. t Mrs. Crawford and daughter re- turned home Thursday night, after spending a week at Ware, Mass. Albert Lichtenham is the guest of Miss Grace Mclntyre- Miss Leua Mclnty re of Ticonder- oga speut Sunday at home. The Misses Bessie and Laura Murdock and Mr. Chase drove to Port Henry Monday evening. p port h\ Sand«sky.O..S.' the aged civil w llu WhaUoiisbnrgli • The Return of an Essex Oounty Boy. Oct. 1.—James Henry McNeel, M. D., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. amesT.McNeel,former residents of the town ofLewis,accompanied by his sister-in-law, his daughter and her lady friend, all from Fon-Du-Lac, Wis., arrived at the home of his only surviving- Aunt, Mrs. Roger VanOrnum, in Whallonsburgh Fri- day, after an absence of 46 years, being 18 years old when he left the home of his youth, with his parents and other children and has since that date been a resident of Fon- Du-Lac. Very many readers of the town of Lewis will recall his par- ents, also the Dr. with many fond memories, as they were held in high esteem by a large circle of friends; he was in the employ of the late Gen. Wm. S. Merriam in Lewis for an iudefinate period and was also clerk one year in the store for Wm. P. Merriam in Westport and was a student in the academy at Keese- ville at one time, and like the most of our Essex County boys had a longing desire to behold the beauti- ful and majestic scenery of old Essex County once more, and visit these places that were so strongly endeared to him in his youth. Also to visit the remaining relatives in Potsdam, Whallonsburgh and Ti- conderoga, all of which he has been jermitted to enjoy, making \the present\ a bright spot in his life, that no oblivion can obscure from his memory. They spent a few days at the Pan-American, visited Niagara Falls, Montreal, Thousand Islands, aud many other points of interest; they went by boat to Ti conderoga Saturday and made a short visit and thence to New York, where they were booked for two days and then leave for their home in Wisconsin. Mr. McNeel prac- ticed his profession skillfully for 32 years and still has extensive prac- tice; he contemplates repeating his visit in future, showing the eher ished memories of his Essex County home and friends. All hope that providence will not order it other- wise. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sage went to Rutland Tuesday for a two weeks visit at the home of his son Willard Sage and family. Mrs. E. R. Mather and her three children after spending the summer with her people hero and her hus- band also returned to Clinton, Mass.. Thursday and will remain with his brother N. E. Mather and family a few days and then go on to Pro- vidence. R. I., where she will joii her husband and will soon be set- tled in domestic life again. attack of congestion of t V some time during thomtrh\. ;v\ for the timely arrival oi' a pV. - - would not now be alive. Mr. Cooke has been p.wiiii heated term at his s'.rn r> -r The Castle! on Gibraltar, a *m.i and near Put-in-Bay. A ::,•.:• ber of his relatives anl ; h a- .• also occupy the prom!-;''-. Mr. Cooke had left or-l-:--; called at 6 o'clock this m >rn\.i contemplated a fishing !rh>. servant tapped at hi-, nedroo-n but there was no iv;>)y. an servant aroused the h.-Kis.-ho 1 door was broken in and }•]>'. was discovered uneons.M-M-; bed. All efforts to revive him futile. A small stoaui-T \••:_; diately despatched to fins c' a physician was hurrii'f] t<> \ and. After a long time Mr was restored to eonsfinusue.- condition at 0 o'clock tuni'-f hopeful, although he ->\ no means out of chiiigev. many friends of tii- 1 vi. financier in ERzahethtmvi; cinity will unite in hoping recovers. Mrs. E. L- Andrews. It, is with sincere regret. announce the death of Mrs Andrews which occurred I. C pr i lit as n-j in- Hi: [ The >ok.> the. oved mi 1 . 1 - and ir-J- ooke Hi s V.VtS by Tin; •able 1 vi- t he V we . L. the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clark n the village of Westport at 2:30 o'clock List Thursday afternoon. Although she was tar advanced in life, yet her death was sudden and unexpected. Decease:! was a daugh- ter of the late Ira Hender-*>ii. who •as a soldier in the War of \sl2 and took part in the HatHe»f Pittsburgh, where he wounded. He vas a daughter of Judge Joseph Jouks of the old Court Pleas. Born and rear* WVsl- port, she ever entertained ihe high- est regard for and interest in the Champlain Valley. Educated aud refined, this lady had traveled much and read widely and was a must in- teresting conversationalis t and riter. She had passed t.lic summer ith her aged sister. Mrs. M. A. Richards, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chirk, in the midst of the >d, renewing cenes of her childho old acquaintances and fVn-niiMirniany new and pleasing ones, I ler funeral. which was held Saturday afternoon. was largely attended. tesii lying toa marked degree the esteem in which this lady of most tender sensibilities was held generally knew her best. by th Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Smith re- iurned from the Pan-American Saturday, feeling that the occasion was enjoyable and very interesting. Mrs. Clare Fuller, widow of the late Clark Fuller, and her two children have spent the limit of their time, one year, (specified by down on reaching Kate Moore was in Ticonderoga , - • - Saturday on business. herself) among her husband s peo- Miss Kate Stockover of Ticon-U..mlhave now returned to h- deroga spent Sunday in town. Henry was in town Monday. I home in Cleveland, O. Wallace, ; youngest son of Albert Fuller, ac- companied them home. Notice. All persons are hereby l\)i'b hunting, shooting or t-.-espa: under penalty of I he; law. on 1 UK occupied by George II. 01 Dated ElizabethUnvn, N. Y. 28, 1901. A Fiend'b P\ An attack w is ! it \ i F. Collier of Clnm» < nearly prove d 1 it u I through his kidm \ s H -* ' so lame he could not sto \\ \ great pain, not siMu i < I i « cushions *\ i< mtjl hi !M 1 ! Bitters which ell< etc d » i '> , derfui change that 1»> w \i feels like a new nun i -> n ous medicine cut< • > ' < kidney trouble pi i I s and builds up \oiu If x \ 50c atC . N. Villanw Th _r S wh •I No. dden. propped by helped him

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