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Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures all humors, catarrh and rheumatism, relieves that tired feeling, restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. G et it today in usual liq u id foi’m or Chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. O F F I C E R S O F E X C E L S I O R S . H o s e F i v e C h o s c s E x e c u tiA e s F o r 1913 on F r id a y , Dec'onxber 30tli. E x c e lsio r H o s e C o m p a n y N o . F iv e a t its reg-ular m e e tin g h e ld on F r id a y ev'ening, D e c e m b e r 20th, elected th e fo llo w in g - n a m e d officers fo r th e en ­ su in g year : P r e s id e n t — S. E m m e t G a riss. VV ii cc ee -- Pp rr ee ss idi ee nn tt —- P. Gri d S e c r e tary— ilarA'ey T a y lor. C. M ai’chant. T r e a s u r e r — W. c . M arch T r u s t e e - - W illia m B r ink. n— BT’ed C. Hardii F o r e m a n — B\red F irst A s s ista n t H a r d in g . F o r e m a n -^ W ; ’ A s s ista n t F o r e m a n — J o h n W ilW m S e c o n d H e s s . J a n it o r — J o h n W e h inger. E n g in e e r of C h e m ical E n g in e — W il­ lia m H a w k in s ; a s s is t a n ts, C h a r les H a w k in s , W illiam D a v e y . F ire P o lice— M 'illiam B r ink, E. J. O aa J s ’ N e w Officei-s. P o r t Jervis N e s t N o . 1633, O rder of Owds, elected th e fo llo w in g officers at a m e e tin g , h e ld on D e c . 20th ; P r e s id e n t — ^Wilton B e n n e t. ■V ice-President— ^Sol. E m e r y . P a s t - P r ejsident s id e n t — F r e d T e r w illiger. S e c r e t a r y — H . W . Speer. F r e d C o llier. Snook. is. miah Kelder, . Will: T r e a s u r e r — F r e d C _____ Invocator—^Edgar Snook. , Ellis.llis. Warden—Chas. E ■Sentinel ---- Jerem iah Kl€ Picket—-Adam Willmai Trustees— Guenther, Wig, Thos. Carrigan. E A S T E R N STxAR O F F I C E R S . Executives of N. Taft Chapter Chos­ en For Ensuing Year. N . T a f t C h a p ter N o . 446, O rder of th e E a s t e r n Star, at its m e e t in g h e ld on T h u r s d a y ev'ening, D e c e m b e r 19 th, elected th e fo llo w in g -n a m e d officers fo r th e en s u in g year : W iorthy M a tron— 'Carrie J. L a B a r . A s s o c ia t e M a tron— ^Ida L, Sedillo, C o n d u c tress— G e rtrude T u rner. A s s o c ia t e C o n d u c tress — Id a H o if - S e c r e t a r y — Jen n ie E . B o c k . T r e a s u r e r — M a r y J. R o b e r tson . W lorthv P a tro n — ^William F . S toll. T r u s tees— ^W. J. L a m b , 1 year; Id a Y o u n g , 2 years. ^ O F F I C E R S N O > H N xl 4 T E D . O r a n g e Co. B u ild in g and L o a n -Associ­ a t i o n N o . 2 W Ul E le c t Jan. 23. A t a m e e t in g o f th e sh a r e h o ld e r s of O r a n g e C o u n ty B u ild in g and L o a n A s ­ sociation, N o . 2. h e ld in th e room s of th e A s s o c iation in th e F a r n u m B u ild ­ in g last even in g , th e fo llo w in g gen - tlem e.n w e r e placed in n o m in a tion P r e s id e n t — W illiam S. B e v a n s . Vice-President—Claude M. Baird. T r e a s u r e r — C h a r les L. C u n n ingham . ■, Secretary— J o h n J. D u ley. D irectors— P e ter F. V a n N o y , W il­ liam B. Chant. G eorge A. P o s t, W il­ lia m P . G regg, G e o r g e W . T h a y e r , P e ­ ter J, G a u d y , Sam u e l G. B lack m a n , J o h n J. T o th and C h r is toph G raebner. - T h e a n n u a l electio n w ill tak e plac-s a t th e room s o f th e A s s o c iation on T h u r s d a y evening. Jan u a r y 23 rd, 1913, at eight o’clock, CO-OPERATION L. & S. SOCIETY. O fficers N o m in a ted F o r tlie E n s u in g Y e a r a t M e e tin g on D e c . 23. -4t a m e e t in g o f th e B o a r d of D i­ rectors Of th e C o -op e r a tive L o a n and Savin g s S o c iety, h e ld on D e c . 23. th e fo llo w in g officers w e r e n o m in a ted for th e en s u in g year : P o r P r e s id e n t— J o seph. Joh n s o n . F o r V ice-P r e s id e n t — ^A. T, Perry. F o r Secretary— C h a r les E . H o lm e s . P o r T r e a s u r e r — ^Eugene F. M a p es. F o r T r u s tees— J o h n D . Sw inton, Sr., C h a r les Brox. W illiam K . L a in. F o r D irectors— J. B. E a g a n , W . N. T u s c a n o , E . V. Sw in ton , P . R. S a l­ m o n , E. P. Jon e s , H . B. D e n ton, I. D. L a in, D. C. M cCom b s, E d w a r d W. M a y e r , F o r A u d itors— T h o m a s B. Sharp, A r t h u r Slade, H e n r y C. Chant. w o u l d H e lp A lany P o s tm a s ters. A bill h a s been in trod u c e d in Con­ gress to p lace a ll fo u r th class p o s t o f ­ fices on a m in im u m salary of $400 year. S h o u ld th is bill b e c o m e a law it w'ould affect a large nu m b e r o f sm a ll offices w'here th e com p e n s a t ion is now less th a n $100 a year. SANTA CLAUS AT THHjiyRCnES M onday Afternoon and Evening Found Him Busy in This City. CHILDREN IN USUAL PROGRAMS Ih-esbiW i-lan and A lcth o d ist Sunday S c h o o ls a n d ITounger M oiu I mms ’ Of th e R e f o r m e d Sch o o l E n joy Tree.s and Santa. T h e several Sunday sch o o ls of the city b e g a n th e ir celeb r a tion s of th e season w ith en t e r ta in m e n ts and tree.^ and g if t s on M o n d a y aftern o o n and evening: R e form e d Sunday Sehool, L ittle tots and th e sm a ller ehildreu o f the D u t c h R e form e d Sunday sch o o l h e ld th e ir C h r is tm a s en tertain m e n t in th e parlors of th e church M o n d a y a f ­ tern o o n . T h e r e w a s a d e lig h tfu l p r o ­ gram rendered by th e little people., w h ich w a s h u g e ly enjoyed by th e ir parents and frien d s w h o had gath e r e d w ith th e m . T h e K in d e r g a r ten and P r im a r y D e p a r t m e n t each sa n g ch o r ­ uses of th e C h r istm a s tim e and of S a n ta Claus. J. F r a n c is Cross, Jr.,san g a C h r is tm a s hym n , A d d ie Teller- and R o y C a rpenter, each san g one verse of a C h r istm a s .son g tvith ch o r u s by the classes; C h a r lotte H a m m o n d gave a reoitation ; - C a therine D o r e m u s, H a r ­ rison P a r n u m , E s t h e r R o c k lein , Add!*-* T e ller, B e n jam in V a n In w e g e n , D a v id M cC athie, K a th e r in e A ltem e ier am i Frederick Wells sans “ Lullaby ’’ to their Teddy Bears, and Harrison Far­ num , A lice Shearer, L e land L a in, F r a n k A llison, M a r y H u b b a rd, P h o e b e D o r er, F loren c e R h o d e s, John K leln - stu b e r and M a r tha K r o n k , h o ld in g hu g e w h ite bells printed w ith a large red letter recited, “ C h r is tm a s,” and its m e a n ing. xAfter th e program , th e doors intoi th e parlor slid in g back, a large C h r ist­ m a s tree b e a u tifu lly trim m e d and ligh ted , w a s revealed and S a n ta in h is fu r co a t and cap w ith jin g lin g bells, sp r a n g into view . A fter th e exch a n g e of g r e e tin g s the ch ild r e n gath e r e d ab o u t th e tree w h e r e Santa and h is assista n ts gave to each m e m b e r o f th e cla s s e s a box o f can d y and a gift. | K r is K r in g le’s a s s is t a n ts w e r e the teach e r s : M iss F lo r e n c e S w a r tw o u t. M iss A n n a M cC a thie and M iss L e o n e H o r n b e c k , o f th e K in d e r g a r ten ; Mis-? E lean o r C u d d e b a ck, M rs. E d w a r d •tones. M iss E d n a H o r n b e c k , Mrs. P. D. F o w ler and Mrs. P r a n k G e ssner, of th e P r im a r y D e p a r tm e n t. At Drew M, E. Church. D r e w M e th o d ist E p iscop a l Sunday Sch o o l h e ld an en joyab le C h r istm a s en t e r t a in m e n t in th e ch u r c h M o n d a y ev e n in g in th e p r e s e n c e of a n u m ­ ber o f p a r e n ts and frien d s . D e c o r a ­ tion s o f ev e r g r e e n s and C h r istm a s b e lls added to th e attra c t iv e n e s s o f th e church. T h e pu p ils o f th e S u n ­ day Seh o o l occupied th e fro n t pew s; th e red-rib b o n e d h e a d s o f th e little girls a d d in g a unique fea tu r e to th e A fter th e sin g in g o f “G lory To T h e King,” prayer was offered by the Rev. Samuel Jones. Master Rons- evelle R o w e exten d e d th e greetin g of th e S u n d a y S c h o o l. R e c it a tio n s w e r e given by L e a h L a n g a n , Carrie M a ­ lone, E d n a W o o lsey, D o lly L a m b ert, F r a n k W e llon, R a lp h D o ty, D o n a ld P iatt, N in a G ilbert and E m m a G il- Under; son g s by D o r o th y Jon e s and E llen W h ite; exercises, “C h r is tm a s L igh ts,” ‘‘G lad C h r is tm a s B e lls,” “M e r ry C h r istm a s To A ll” and “S a n ­ ta C laus H e r a ld s ” by sev e r a l cla s s e s o f girls an d boys. A fter the program , b o x e s of ca n ­ dies w e r e distrib u ted to th e ch ildren. T h e r e w a s a large con trib u tion of g ifts and variou s su p p lies o f grocer­ ies from th e m e m b e r s of th e Sunday School for d istrib u tion to th e n e e d y fo r C h r istm a s. S u p e r in ten d e n t Jam e s A. \Wylie had ch a r g e o f th e ex e r c ises and \was assisted by th e tea c h e r s o f th e S u n ­ day Sch o o l and M iss H a z e l S c h o o n - maker, pianist. gostion th a t k in d n e s s and the C h r is t­ m a s Spirit be allow e d fu ll expression th a t th e h ig h e s t good m a y be a c ­ com p lish e d . A t th e con c lu s ion o f Dr. G u ild’s rem a r k s S a n ta C laus’ b e lls w e r e heard, th e electric bulbs on th e tree w e r e sw itch e d on and th e distribu­ tion o f g if t s concluded th e evening. T h e Sup e r in ten d e n t -of th e school, Mr. R a y m o n d B. E d d y , an n o u n c e d th e program w h ich w a s as fo llo w s ; P r o c e s s io n a l— School. S o n g — S c h o o l. R e c ita tio n — C h a r les C h a n t and D o r is W e r c h ing. E x e r c is e , C a n d les — K in d e r g a r ten D e p a r tm e n t. C h r istm a s B a b y Song— ^Kindergar­ ten D e p a r tm e n t. C h r istm a s P r a y e r — Six girls of P r im a r y D e p a r tm e n t. R e c itation , S t a r o f B e th leh e m — C h a r les T h o r n ton. R e c itation , T h e C h r istm a s M e ssage — L e o n e Carpenter. ^^Song — M iss G e r trude S a lm o n ’s E x e r c is e , H is N a m e — S ix children o f P r im a r y D e p a r tm e n t. R e c itation . Joy, P e a c e and Lot-e— T h r e e ch ildren, Prim ar.v. R e c itation , A L ittle G h r is tm a s S e r ­ m o n — C larence C anfield, Solo, A w a v in a M a n g e r — L e o n a Seybolt. E x e r c is e — F ive boys. M iss G ertrude S a lm o n ’s Class. Song—ong— ^School.Scho S ^ E x e r c is e , S e v e n girls— ^Thomas Eid- e l’s Class. R e c it a tio n — 'Two Jones’ Witch Hazel Cream. A sure cure for rough, chapped hands or iace. A lo t io n th a t is n o t g r e a s y — th a t dries very quickly so < be applied a t an y tim e . K eep a b o t t l e h a n d y and use a lew d r o p s each d a y . Y o u r skin w ill th e n be sm o o t h and so t t all the tim e . 25c per b o t t le a t Jones’ Drug Store P l'C s b y terian S u n d a y S<*hool. W ith a C h r is tm a s tree loaded from the top m o s t tip to th e lo w e s t b r a n c h ­ es w ith th e stu f f th a t dream s and C h r istm a s tree trim m in g s are m a d e of, luO or SO Su n d a y S c h o o l p e o p le and th e ir sisters and th e ir cou s in s and th e ir aunts, n o t to m e n tion th e ir fa t h e r s and m o thers, and g ifts and can d y and a -Santa Claus, th e festiv a l o f th e P r e s b y t e r ian Sunday School, h e ld in th e ch u r c h M o n d a y n ig h t w a s a large su c c e s s . A t 7.30 o ’clock th e seh o o l m a r c h e d in sin g in g a C h r is t­ m a s so n g and w a s sea ted a t th e fro n t o f th e church. T h e k in d e r ­ garten a n d prim a r y d e p a r tm e n ts sh o n e and old e r m e m b e r s o f th e sch o o l w e r e also p lea s in g in songs' and recitation s . D r . G u ild gave a? b r ief talk, con c lu d in g w ith a b e a u t i­ fu l poem urging- p e o p le to giv e ex ­ p r e ssion to th e ir b e s t th o u g h ts and applying it to the Christmas season. I f on e can k e e p one h e a r t from b r e a k in g one h a s n o t lived in v a in w a s in effect an o t h e r qu o tation w h ich Dr, G u ild gave, fu r t h e r in g th e su g - boys. P. D e n to n ’s S o n g — ^Primary D e p a r tm e n t. R e c ita tio n — M ies R u h a m a h De- W itt’s Class. A d d r e ss— R e v . G e o rge E . G u ild, S o n g — S c h o o l. A r r ival o f S a n ta C lans and th e dis* tribution of gifts. F u r th e r C h r istm a s Sunday School celeb r a tion s in th e ch u r c h e s w e r e h e ld T u e s d a y and W e d n e sday nights, as given b e low : Cantata by Cltildren of Reformed Stm d a y School, \ S a n ta C laus an d M o ther G o o se.” a C h r is tm a s cantata, w a g given in th e m a in S u n d a y S c h o o l room in th e R e ­ form e d D u tch C h a p el C h r istm a s n ig h t by Som e of th e m e m b e r s o f th e sch o o l for th e p leasu r e o f th e rest of th e school, th e ir p a r e n ts and friends. T h e y o u n g p e o p le w e r e w e ll versed in th e ir p a r ts and rendei-ed th e m very w e ll. A b e a u tifu l C h r istm a s tree, g li t t e r ­ in g w ith colored ligh ts, orn a m e n ts and tin s e l, w ith yards o f popcorn strin g s w a s discovered w h e n th e cu r ­ tain s w e r e draw n from in fro n t o f th e p latform . F o u r little girls and fou r little boys, d r e ssed in w h ite “ n ig h t ies” an d caps, each one h u g ­ g in g a T e d d y Bear, cam e to th e fro n t o f th e platform , sa n g a “ G ood N ig h t” song, and, cu d d lin g th e ir bears, m a r c h e d aw a y to “ T h e L a n d O’ D r e a m s .” S a n t a Claus, in h is fu r co a t and cap, so o n appeared. F in d ­ in g no one lo o k in g h e sang: “ I A m , F a t h e r S a n ta Claus, K in g o f C h ild­ h o o d ’s D r e a m land, K in g W ith o u t a P e e r .” M o ther G o o se, en terin g as h e sings, th in k s th a t h e is p r e s u m in g a great deal to se t h im s e lf ab o v e h e r “ in th e b e a u t if u l D r e a m lan d of C h ildhood.” T h e claim o f both on th e affection s o f th e ch ild r e n is Strong, so, n o t to have h a r d feelin g s , th e y le t th e ch o r u s o f th e children d e c id e w h ich sh a ll be suprem e . T h e n one a f t e r th e oth e r M o ther G o o se su m m o n s h e r children, w h o tell th e ir story in so n g and h o w th e y have been loved by th e ch ild r e n from th e ir ea r liest recollection . One o f S a n ta’s little girls brought h e r “ g r e a t b ig dolly” to sp e a k :> S a n ta’s boys had. to form a M ilitarj, Band to b r igh t e n him up a b i t ; h e w a s so very busy this year that ho needed their music. They sang and m a r c h e d ab o u t to th e m u s ic o f th e ir drum s in m ilitary p r e c ision. A fter all o f M o ther G o o se’s ch ild ­ ren had appeared, S a n t a C laus asked th e ch ild r e n ’s ch o r u s to d e c id e w h o sh o u ld be first. Q u ickly cam e th e an s w e r : “ A t all oth e r tim e s w e lik e M o ther G o o se best, b u t a t C h r istm a s tim e w e lik e S a n ta C laus b e s t .” T h e c lo s in g chorus, “ H a il, S a n ta Claus, T h o u A r t K in g T o n ight. H a il Santa, H a il,” given spiritedly, sh o w e d th e firm hold S a n ta has on th e love of th e ch ildren. T h e Sunday S c h o o l orch e s tra ren ­ dered a nu m b e r o f selectio n s whihe th e au d ien c e w a s b e in g seated, and a “ G o o d J S light, L a d ies,” “ H o m e S w e e t H o m e ” m e d ley a fter th e ca n ta ta ad d ­ ed to the p leasu r e o f th e evening. Miss Josephine Lyon directed the rendition of the cantata, and the manner of its production and the grace and ease of the young people, w a s la r g e ly due to h e r a b ility in train in g and directing. T h e co m m ittee associated w ith Miss Lyon were 'Mrs. F. M. Sweezy, Mrs, F. D, F o w ler, M rs, F r e d T e r w il­ lig e r and M rs. F r a n k G essner. T h e “ G ood N ig h t ” so n g to th e T e d d y B e a r s w a s su n g b y E s th e r R o c k lein , K a th e r in e A ltem e ier, C a th­ erin e D o r e m u s , A d d ie T e ller, H a r r i­ son F a r n u m , F r e d e r ick W e lls, D a v id McCathie and Benjamin Vanlnwe- T h e im p e r s o n a tion s o f th e differ­ en t ch a r a c ters w e r e : “ S a n ta C laus,” Mr, Gee “ M o ther G o o se,” Mis crans. “ H is F id d lers T h r e e ,” A u g u s t I delius, A u g u s tu s A ltem e ier, Ge( H o r n b e c k . “ L ittle Jack H o r n e r ,” R o y C a r p en- L ittle B o y B lu e ,” W a lter E llison . S a n ta C laus’ little girl w a s F lo r ­ en c e T o w n e r ; h is M ilitary B a n d , E a r l D e n ton, R a p h a e l P. M e d rick, AATillie Dorr, E lston H o r n b e c k , H u d ­ son K ronk, H e n r y R o c k lein and Leon Shear. .Sunday School Christinas Emertain- mont at St. Peter's Lutheran Church. At St. P e t e r ’s L u theran Church, the .Sunday sch o o l C h r istm a s festiv a l w a s .given ' on T u e sd a y evening. T h e fine program w a s listen e d to w ith the g r e a test in terest by frien d s and rela ­ tives o f th e ch ildren, w h o were p r e s ­ ent. T h e program w a s as fo llo w s : S o n g by th e School, “ S ilen t N ig h t H o ly N ig h t ! ” R e c itation . “ A M erry C h r is tm a s to Y o u ”— G e o rge Schneider. R e c itation , “ T h e r e C a m e a L ittle Child ’’— K a t h e r in e Stoll. R e c itation , “ C h r istm a s B e lls ”— S tu a r t H a p p . R e c itation , “ T h e C h r istm a s \Victor” — ^AValter O tt qnd G ilbert R u p p . R e c itation , “ Sing P r a ises A ll the E a r t h ”— A lfred K r a u se. ‘Citation, “ Keeping Jesus’ Birth- rm ida r ia y ”- E x e r c is e and Song, “ P e a c e on B a r th, G ood W ill to M en ”— M isses Joh a n n a K e ssler, E lsie D r e s c h e r and N e llie D jesch e r , and E r n s t H e in b o c k - el, W illiam K lin e and Carl F lug. R e c itation , ’‘ T h e B e s t G ift ” — Frank H a u s e n . R e c itation , “ W h a t th e B e lls Say ” — H e n r ietta H a p p . R e c itation , “ F i ll Our G lad E a r ”— E a r l B o w e n . R e c itation , “ C — M ary H a u sen. R e c itation , “ L it tle lard K a d e l. R e c itati'on, G lory to God on H ig h ” H e lp e r ”— ^Wil- i “ A C h r istm a s P r a y e r ,” Saw Y e Nev- — H e len Gore. Song by the School, er in the Twilight ? ’’ Recitation, “ Xbe Clurch —Christine Schaefer. Recitation, “ -A.n Ob. Leona_ Krause. Leona R e c itation , “ O I ^ l y Ch: hem ”— G e r trude P e tzel. Ch Ivnows ’ iject Lessc S c h a e fer, partm e n t, “ Me A re R in g in g .” R e c itation , “‘ and E x e r c is e by P r im a r y D e - it, “ M erry C h r istm a s B e lls lin n ie Gla; R ecitatio;n, A c r o ss th e Snow ” do “ T h e T h r e e K ings L illian R o b e r ts, M a r g u e r ite Stoll, ation, “ Chrisitm Scott. “Jacl S i ! and J il l,” W a lter Cai'pen- ter, E liza b e th K e ller. “ H u m p ty Duru M itchell, W a llace m p tys,” E d w a n 3 B lood, A r n o t Gor E lizab e t h Sw inton. ’eep,” “ Mifis M o ffatt.” F lo r e n c e P a r n u m . “ T h e Spider,” L ittle D e lan d T o w n - M o ther H u b b a r d ,” K a th e r in e Slauson. “ M istress M a ry,” G ladys Johnson. “ H e r G a rden o f F lo w e r s ,” Im o - g e n e M arch, H e len Sw inton, M arjorie R e c iti L isette E R e c italtion, is a s D a y s ” H e a th, ita “ H a r k , th e Son g o f any C h ildren ”— A d o lph M a thes, Solo, M iss Jo h a n n a K e ssler, R e c itation , “ God’s O n ly Son ”— ;atherine P e ifer. R e c itation , “ P e a c e , Good W ill to M en ”— W ilh e lm in a M yers, M a b el Bo-- R e c itation , “ C h r istm a s B e lls ” -— F r e d Stoll. R e c itation , “ On C h r istm a s M orn ” -A letha R e iser and E h im a M eyer. R e c itation , “ T h e S h e p h e r d s S in g ” •George M a thes. R e c itation^ “ I t C a m e U p o n — ”— dna H o ffm a n . R e e ftation , “ ‘B e th leh e m ”— ^Theo­ dore B a u c h h e n s and C h a r les K r a u se. R e c itation , “ T h e C h r ist Child,M a r- gu e r ite Shaffer, V iola M erritt. R e c itation , “ A C h r istm a s H y m n ,” — ^Albert Stoll, J o h n L e is ter Stoll. S o n g by th e School, “ L ig h t of the W o rld, W e H a il T h e e .” E x e r c is e , “ Jesus, th e L ig h t o f th e W o r ld,”— F r a n k B a m b e r g e r , ’W illard K a d e l, L e o n K r a u se, • C larence R e iser, E d w a r d K o e n ig, A u g u s t B a m b e r g e r , IN mmm Brooklynite Dies of Exposure jWhen Lost in Wild Country Below Warwick. GOT OFF AT WRONG STATION M a n y W a r w ick H u n t e r s R e c a l l E x p e ­ rien c e s i n th e Sti*eteh o f Country W h e r e U n fortu n a te R ich a r d D u r y e a M e t H is E n d . COUNTY C O URT JU R O R S . U s t D i’aw n tp Sei*ve a t N e w b u r g h B e g in n h ig Jan u a r y 13th. The fo llo w in g list o f jurors h a s been draw n to serve at a term of C ounty Court a t N e w b u r g h , b e g in n in g the second M onday of January, 1913: Edward; M. H u r tin, M iddletow n , Clerk W . J. DeW 'itt H a ls tead, N e w b u r g h City, E lectrician . Geo. Slaughter, H a m p tonburg, Cream e r y m a n . Geo. V a n A lst, M o n tgom e r y , P a r m e r H. E.. R e a g a n , W a llk ill, F a r m e r . M cCloud B o u d ^ , M o n tgom e r y , P a r - P^ R a s m u s s e n , W a r w ick, Parm e r . ’tter, G reenville, F a r m e r R. Q u a c k e n b u sh, W a r w ick, Farm e r . C. B e n n e tt, W a w a y a n d a , M e c h a n ic. E. Garner, W a w a y a n d a , P a r m e r . T. R. B u ll, M iddletow n . Salesm a lesm an. i Town. Gent, ■ocery Clerk. M iddleto w n . S a N e w b \irgh Tow n , Gei CUty! ( JL. G o iaw e ll, Newburgh City, Gent. , C. W h ite, N e w Winci.sor, M ason. J. H . K r a m p e , N e w b u r g h City, F. C. Jones, C raw ford. A. W e y a n t, W o o d b u r y , F o r e m a n . A. A. Sherw o o d . N e w b m g h Tow AVarwick, N. Y., Dec. 25.— O u t of the -woodlands back o f R ingw o o d near G r e e n w o o d L a k e — a stretch of cou n - j ^ try th a t com e s as close to resem b lin g ; 'ca r p e n t e r , a prim e v a l forest as an y t h in g in th is \ G. Hol'bert. C h e ster, Parm e r . G. J. P h illip s , M iddletow n , O. & W. Saturday to P a terson th e body of m a n -Rffio, ap p a r e n tly had lo s t h is w a y and a fter lon g w a n d e r in g had died from exposure. T h e r e w e r e no m a r k s on h is body and $83 fou n d in the p o c k e t s sh o w e d th a t th e m a n w a s not a robber’s victim. In an inside pock e t of th e coat w a s found a photograph on th e b a c k of w h ich w a s w r itten “ R ichard D u r y ea, 216 S tu y v e s a n t avenue, B r o o k lyn .” T e lep h o n e com m u n ication w ith the B r o o k lyn p o lice a u th o r it ies later in th e day developed th a t a m a n by that nam e h a d been' m issin g from h is hom e for ab o u t fou r days and th a t h'C w e n t to N e w Jersey fo r t h e purpose of sp e n d in g a v a c a tion w ith h is brother, w h o s e address w a s n o t learned. D u r y e a ’s wdfe said th a t h e w a s a f ­ flicted with tuberculosis and that he had gon e to N e w J e r s e y fo r a little recreation w h ich h is p h y s is ian had prescribed for him . It is su p p o s e d th a t D u r y e a le f t the train a t th e w r o n g sta t io n and th a t he b e c a m e lo s t in cu ttin g across the h e a v y w o o d s in search o f h is b r o th e r ’s house. T h e body bore every evid e n c e of h a v in g lain w h e r e it w a s fou n d fo - t-w'o or th r e e days. T h e section w h e r e D u r y e a w a s lost is a part o f th e rou g h wmoded country to w h ich th e m o u n t a in s near W a r w ick are con tigu o u s . M a n y local h u n ters can recall b e in g lost in th is region. section does— C o u n ty D e t e c t ive N a - ^ th a n iel Shane took a t an early hour | j^^^^unt, M iddletow n , G ent. P. C u tting, T u x e d o , Gent, J. M a lloy, N e w W indsor, F a rm er, J. W . D a y ton, G o shen, M erchant. W m . Judge. P o r t Jervis, R e tired. A. Saria, H igh lan d s , P a in ter. P. I. Strait, M inisink, F a r m e r . W , T. B r a d n e r , G o shen. R. R. E m ­ p loyee. S. M u rphy, N e w b u r g h Tow n , P a r m e r P. J. C r ebbins. W illk ill, Farm e r . L u h ter Barber, M iddletow n , M a son. R . ,-Howard, M o n tgom e r y , C u tler, N . Staples, N e w AVindsor, B o a tm a n . J. R. P e lton . N e w W indsor, P a r m e r . B. E r icson, C o r n w a ll, F a r m e r . E. A. B r o w n , M iddletow n , H o t e l Prop S. C. E a r l, M o n roe, G ent, J. H. M u rphy, N e w b u r g h City, H a tter H . B r o o k s . H igh lan d s , F a r m e r . C. A. Felter, Blooming Grove, Parmer J. E. Corwin, Middletown, Cocci'j- T. E. H o w e . \W^arwick G ent. A. Patton, Newburgh Town, Farmer. M. C. E a r l, M o n roe, O o erator. G. S. V a n o rder, W a llk ill, F a rm e r . C. P. A d a m s, N e w b u r g h City, M a c h - E, M cCreery, C o rnw a ll. Carpenter. F. J. Zint. Highlands, Grocer. A, J, Crane, M o n roe, G ent. J. W a lker. M iddletow n . N u r s e . D. B a b c o c k , M iddletow n . Gent. S. J. B u r r is . T u x e d o , C a r p e n ter. D. B. W eber, W a llkill, Labprer. EC GAN 0EJUI I wm Prove It To At My Expense.| YOU WHO ARE SUFFER­ ING THE TORTURES OF ECZEMA. WHOSE DAYS A R B M I S E R A B L E , WHOSE N I G H T S A R E ‘■ADE sr --------- — MADE SLEEPLESS BY THE TERRIBLE ITCH­ ING. BU. ---------- ---------- a r : !S B\ ;LET MB FR E E T1 fRNING p a i n s . 1 SEND YOU A -------- ^ rpjSp lAL O P DNT Wl PAID, WITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION ON YOUR PART. JUST WRITE ME A LETTER. OR SEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS OIT A POSTAL CARD. I WILL SEND T H » TREATxMENT FREE OF CGGT TO YOU. 3.C:HUT2I'LL.MrAY.KainSt..Ffc.\W'£-.-cr.i3.InA cob L ehn. R e c itation, “ Song o f th e A n g e ls M o lusky, A n n a M eyer. R e c itation , “ T h e Othei —Henry Egner. ‘ M e m o r ies o f B e th le- AVise M a h ” At tlie Baptist Clxm-ch. T h e C h r istm a s tree and en t e r ta in ­ m e n t o f th e B a p tist S u n d a y School w a s held on ’W e d n e sday n ig h t a t th e B a p t is t C h u rch w ith a large a tten d ­ an c e o f m e m b e r s, parents, and friends, A fine large tree loaded w ith g if t s w a s placed in th e Sim d a y Sch o o l room . Several h y m n s *were su n g b y th e sch o o l gmd m e m b e r s o f th e P r im a r y D e p a r tm e n t, an in t e r e s t ­ in g address w a s given by Su p e r in ­ ten d e n t L. B. E igh m y , and a read in g o f “T h e C h r is tm a s S tory” by M iss A n n ie B u llivan t. Santa C la^s and several little fairies distributed th a Ice-cream and cak e w e r e served at th e con c lu s ion o f th e exercises. A t 'Sccsoiid R e fo r m e d C h u r ch. A n e n ’o y a h le en tertain m e n t w a s held on W e d n e s d a y n ig h t in th e Seo- ond R e form e d C h u rch by th e Sunday School, w h ich con s is ted of- sin g in g and d ialogu e s by th e ch ildren, vocal solos hy Misses Helen Blackman and E d n a Schw a r tz, and v o c a l d u e ts by M isses Jen n ie E d w a r d s and A n n .i G u inan. C h r istm a s g if t s w e r e dis- trlb ” ted to th e ch ildren. M o tlier G ray’s S w e e t P o w d e r s fo r ' Cliildren. R e liev e F e v e r ish n e s s , B a d Stom a c h , T e e t h in g D isorders, m o v e an d reg u ­ la t e th e B o w e ls and a r e a p lea s a n t rem e d y fo r W o r m s, U s e d by M o ­ th e r s fo r 2 “ A t a ll D r u g g is A d d r e ss, A. S. < —Adv. F o r baby’s croup, W illie’s daily cu ts and bruises, m a m m a ’s sore throat. G r a n d m a ’s lam e n e s s , — Dr. T h o m a s ’ E c lectic Oil— t h e h o u s e h o ld rem e d y . 25c. and 50c.— -Adv. -------- ti’ -------- Change of Time. T h e N e w Y o r k , O n tario & \Western R y. ann o u n c e a ch a n g e in th e ir w in ­ ter sch e d u le, effective Sunday, D e ­ cem b e r 29th. Im p o r tan t ch a n g e s . AVAX/rON’S NEVA' T O W N H A L L . A r c liiu x t P la n s B u ild in g to C o s t V il­ la g e $25,000. -A r c h itect S. O. L a c e y , o f B in g h a m ­ ton, h a s retu r n e d from W a lton, w h e r e in com p a n y w ith th e V illa g e T r u stees, h e in s p e c ted th e old T o w n H a ll, burned in th e recen t conflagra­ tion, an d m a d e plan s f o r a n e w stru c ­ ture th a t w ill cost ab o u t $25,000. T h e in s u r a n c e h a s been adjusted and th e tow n h a s received $8,000 on th e stru c tu r e and $2,450 on th e con ­ tents, lea v in g ab o u t $15,000 to be raised by th e tow n . T h e n e w b u ild ­ in g w ill be o f brick, tw o stories high, and w ill in c lu d e a h a ll. our prem ises at or near Sai near H u g u e n o t, are forbIdd( pen a lty o f th e law . G. W . C a r p enter, W. N o tice. T r e spassing, h u n t in g ir pre m is e s a t or ne; a r e forbid d e n und —T h o s. J. Carty, L. C a r m ichael. »nd. Bargains! Bargains! C h ristm a s Slippers For Mother, Father, Brothers and Sisters. See our Displ-ay W indow , for B o x of SALT W'ATBR TAFF-y\ if purchase am.ounta to $3.00 or m o r e, M o n d a y and T u e sd a y CHASE’S CASH SHOE HOUSE, 115 P ik e - S t ., P o r t Jervis. K. Y. STEVENS, WHITNEY &DENTON M A I ilN G J E R S E Y P A R m N G P A Y . Elias Dickison Shows AA'hat Can Be D o n e on “W’ork e d O u t” L a n d . N e w ton, N. J., D ec. IS.— F a r m ing' still p a y s in N e w Jersey w h e n it is done scien tifically and 'py th e m o st up to date methods. Elias Dickisc^, who h a s th e old C o lem a n fa r m at Tran quility, ten m iles from N e w ton, in .i section w h ich w a s gen e r a lly b e lieved to be \worked out,” is an exam p le. T h is year h e raised 2,250 bu s h e ls of corn on a field of tw e n t y - o n e acres. H e is at p r e s e n t m ilk in g tw e n ty - t h r e e cow s, seven o f th e m tw o years old, and is se l lin g eig h t and a h a lf can s of m ilk a day. H e k illed fou r h o g s th a t w e r e fo u r teen m o n th s old and w h o s e total w e ig h t w a s 4,028 pounds. F o u n d G ifts in Spider’s AA^eb. T h e Star o f P r o m ise class o f th e B a p tist B ib le School, held th e sixth an n u a l C h r is tm a s party a t th e h o m e o f M iss B e r t h a D e e g , on L u m b e r street, Saturday. A f ter en joyin g se v ­ eral selectio n s on th e p h o n o g r a p h ,, th e m e m b e r s o f th e class fou n d th e m s e lv e s en t a n g led in a h u g e sp id ­ er’s w eb, and after fo llo w in g up one hundred fe e t o f th e w e b each sch o lar fou n d a nice C h r istm a s g i f t a t th e end o f h e r thread, and th e teacher, Mrs. Koons, a pretty berry bowl of eut-g'lass, a g ift from th e class. T h e la t ter part o f th e even in g w a s sp e n t in games, and a general good time. R e fresh m e n t s w e r e -served, and th e merry making continued iintil a late Reception and Dance. T h e first o f a series of receptions and d a n c e s by the P h ilh a r m o n ic Or­ ch e s t r a w a s h e ld on F r id a y evening, December 2 0th, in Maennerchor Hall. About 25 couples were present. Re­ freshments were served and a fine so­ cial time was enjoyed. To feel strong, h a v e good ap p e tite and d igestion ,’ s leep sou n d ly and en ­ joy life, use B u r d o c k B lood B itters, th e fa m ily system tonic. P r ice, $1.00. Automobile Services. ^ taliaK S sV w S i STEVENS. WHIiNEY & DENTON | our office up to 10 p. m . R U T A N A U - > AIIAAIA^XJ. AAAAAAAAAAi,~^ b a lls and clu b s . O r d e r s ca n b e leii ou r office u p to 10 p. m . R U T A N j TO CO„ N o . 46 -Front St.— ^Adv. Now that the great Christmas rush is past and you sit down and think It over. Isn’t there some one that on have over- looked* some oi*e ttial you liad Intended to remember ? If so, you w ill still find here a , very, good assorfmeid to select from for any m^’niher of the fam­ ily or friends^ T ^ be sure there is not a s large an assorment as there w a s, but yon can fill in these little waiit^ e a s ily and in ^ the regular goods. Stocks are complete to the top notch in the w a y of Blankets, Comfortables, Outing Flannels, Flannelettes, Light,Medium and Heavy Weight Underwear, Hosiery, Etc. If you are thinking about a Coat, Suit or a Piece of Fur w e have the goods at therighf prices. tti- f f f » f -f♦♦♦♦ » f »

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