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^?W^WP it •• . ,:iS»3sSMKfe *m&#4 ; *ra!inpj^ VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF \VRAPB VSi WRAPE CASE, IN IJinPROVBMENfS At THE M. E. CHUBLCH TO BE BEGUN SOON. that of James Fridayi An Operation tor Appendicitis- Revival Meetings to Be Held Next Month-A Novel Birthday Party. Cartilage,. Sept. 16,—The case at brother against brother, Patrick \Vrape against 'Wrape, came to trial The plaontifi \ivas sworn in his ovsn he- half, the defendant and Timothy Me- gan on the part &f the defense. At ^e close of the evidence tie defend-, ant's attorney admitted that the plain 1 - tif£ -was entitled no 11 j: dg-nient of-$6&0, Which \was rendered in Ms favor with $3,30 costs. A successful operation was per- formed on Harold Porter for appendi- citis at Watertown Friday. Imella Haskins, the 6-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Nellis Haskins, died Friday at the home of her pa- rents. The pastors of the local Protestant churches are arranging a series of evangelistic services to be held in the churches during October. Lawrence B. Greenwood, of SonierriUe, lTass.,has been engaged to lead the services. Fi- nal arrangements are to be made Mon- day. Bishop Huntington will visit the par- ish of Grace Episcopal church in- this village Oct, 10. Collector If. A, Eandall has received ' the warrant for the collection of the school tax for the Carthage High school district. The tax rate this year is 65 cents on $100, which is 13 cents higher than last year. The increase in; rate is due to the expense of 31,700 for putting new furnaces in the school •building. Friday evening on the low lands of West street fronting the Simonds resi- dence, was celebrated the 12th birth- day of Master Hughes Simonds, son of Dr. and Mrs. \E.A Simon-Is It was the most novel birthday event over giv- en in this village. The program con- sisted of a camp fire, corn roast and clam bake To thj? event 90 invita- tions had been sent- out to Master Hughes' yocing friends. 1% is safe to say that not one failed to accept. Two teiits had been erected at; the foot of tie hill. In front of these, the camp- fire was lighted. About this, the 95 - youths flocked, each with- an ear of corn on the end of a stick. .- The clam bake followed, and the same eager- ness was manifested nmtil the \300 i clams were devoured. Prom the.i ad- jacent hillside during the evening, ful- ly 300 spectators watched the progress •of the events. Master Hughes receiv- ed about 60 presents. W. \W\. Sweet, A. F. Balcom, Sam Creighton and \William Arnott called; •on Lyle Cruickshank at his home, four miles from this village, Sunday, arid found him greatly improved. Mrs. Mary Mullen, wife of Spencer Mullen, died Saturday at the residence of Mrs. John Clark in the Irish Setle- ment, aged 19. The funeral services were held Monday morning from St. James church. 'Society Meetings—threshers Busy—Many Attend the State hair-Flshlnf, Good In Indian River. Sept. 16.-^-A good many from here took in the fair at Syracuse last week. Mj\ Frank Bates and wife, of Water- to,wn, were the guests of his parents here Sur.£r.y. Dr. William Sne.ll and B. E. Jarvis took in the city Friday. Sir. Oliver Seymour, of Black Eiver, was visiting his brothers here last week. Mr. Hiram Townsend and son, John, of Woods Mills, visited in town the past week. Mrs. W. P . Swan visited her son.Fred at Ogdensburg, the past week. Miss Lizzi e Thwing- will visit her sis- ter, Mrs. Boy Porter, at Malone next week, I>r. William Snell went to Rochester Saturday on business. He returned Monday. A few from here took in the Islands Sunday. ' Threshers are now busy. They re- port a large yield of grain. There will be a regular meeting of Theresa lodge, Xo. 174, F. and A. M., on Friday evening of this week; also a regular meeting of Theresa chapter, Xo .194, 0. E. S., on Thursday evening of this week. It is hoped that there will be a good attendance at these i meetings. Mr. Frank Peck has rented James Cavanaugh's house in Hobpken and moved into the same. , Mrs. J. W. Wakefield is having a very severe attack of hay fever. It is reported tha.t work on the M. B. church is soon to be commenced. A cellar underneath the ehurch will have to be blasted out in order to put in a furnace. Our merchants are, receiving their fall and -winter stock of goods. The fishing is good in Indian river now. Sharp Advances Made in Prices on Saturday's Call Board. ; AUG, MAKE CLEANED UP ALEXANDRIA BAY Coach J. D. Carver Arrives from Schenac- tady. TJREMAJNS. \Wendall Newton Breaks an Arm—Miss Lillie Thompson Hurt—John Murray Falls and Injures His Side. Tremaines, Sept. 16.—Wendall New- ton had the misfortune to break one arm and seriously injxire the other one day last week. A staging gave way:) '•tvith him. Miss Lillie Thompson) tripped her- -self on a. rug and fell, hurting one of \her limbs very badly. John Murray, while at work for Geo. Tlynt, slipped and fell, striking his side on a grain bin. He was painfully \injured. B\. W. 'Cleveland is having another at- tack of rheumatism. Mrs. Stilart Plummer and grandson, who have been visiting at Albert Thompson's, have returned to their home at Mannsville. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Greenley attended the Greenley-Burt wedding last Wed- nesday. Mrs. G-. L. MeKinley was called 'to Orwell last Thursday, owing, to th e sudden demise of her sister, Mrs. A. •G-. Thompson. The funeral was held Saturday. Miss Jackson, the evangelist, held meetings ini the Tremaines school house last week and will continue them this week. Mrs. Herbert Priest is convalescing. H. W. Cleveland is building a lean-to on his barn and painting his house. Mrs. S. Woodard spent a part of last week a t North Worth. Alexandria Bay, Sept. 16.—Coach J. D; Carver, of Schenectady .arrived Mon- day noon and was met by the officers of the athletic association. Practice will be commenced this\ week. John E. Kellett has completed his dtities at the postoffice and will open an insurance office this Week. William- Dollinger, of Redwood, was the guest of his brother, Clarence, over Sunday. MT. Ayles and sister, of Montreal, are visiting their ,aunt, Mrs. Samuel McGarvey, at this place. The steamer St. Lawrence made her last trip from here Sunday afternoon. The Islander will take her place. Dr. E. E.Campbell has sold his yacht Mignon to Mrs. N. W. Hunt of Brook- lyn for $1,700, and will have a larger yacht built this winter. Clinton B. Wiltse has completed his duties as editor' of the Thousand Is- land Daily and will enter the Albany law school next week. CAPE VINCENT. The Annual Fair successful in Every Way —News Notes and Personals. Cape Vincent, 'Sept. 16.—Mrs. M. H. Strail, of New York, is here visiting her daughter, Mrs.. H. S. Spafford. . Mrs. Jacob Wooleven, of Chicago, 111., is here visitifig relatives. Arthur and' Lester\ Crafob have re- turned to New York city, where they both teach school. Will Clark and wife, of Waterto-wn, visited hi® people here last week. Miss May Ba-rdol, who has been At High Prices—Brisk Competition Drives Quotation on Small White to 10 3-4 Cents—Registrations Show Large Increase. The most aelh is cheese market of : the season was experienced op the Wa- tertown Produce Hxchaijge Saturday., though some of 'ha regular buyers did but little business. The registrations were considerably larger thair one week ago and the salesmen were more willing to sell on the fall board E. W. Coon, of Philadelphia, Pa-., was the strongest buyer, the leading com- petition being on small 40-pound white and large white. Prices went higher Hi an any one had anticixiated and tlxe '| purchases were confined principally to three buyers. The call board system made many new friends and its merits were mnre generally acknowledged. It would not be strange, however, if there is some reaction next Saturday, as the prices on sma.ll singles and large white went much higherthan legitimate mar- ket conditions seemed to warrant, ow- ing to the brisk competition. Buyers' orders stood at 9% to 10 cents on large and 10% t o 10% cents on small sizes, so it is evident that prices soared above any one's expecta- tions. The large cheese brought 10 3-10 cents, the small sing-les 10% cents and the twins 10% cents, as against 9%, cents for large and 10 cents for small one week ago. , The salesmen are learning the wis-' dom of acting together and when the lesson is thoroughly learned they can control the situation. Vice-President L. S. Pitkin acted as, auctioneer and performed- his part ad-: m'rably. Forty lots aggregating 3,05-1, boxes'were registered. The bidding began at 3 and' the board transactions were completed he-J fore 4 p. m. Business started on large white cheese, E. W.-Coon- bid- ding 9% cents\ for the board. ' S. B. Richardson raised th e price to 9% oents. The auctioneer then called for, bids on selections, Mr. Coon named 9 11-16 cents. Leon Miller bid 9% cents and Mr. Coon ptit on another six- teenth. G.JST. Easton then took a hand and named 9%. cents^ Mr. Coon was. again- in evidence with another six-i teenth and Mr. Easton made it an even, 10 cents. But the fun was not over. Mr. Coon had another move up his;| •sleeve and 10 1-16 cents was heard, from the plucky Philadelphia^ Mr. Miller added to the interest by calling! 10% cents and Mr. Coon quickly put on another sixteenth. ' Mr. Easton al- so bid 10 3-16 cents. The auctioneer then came to the buyers' relief and: asked Messrs. COon and Easton to, name their selections and between them put 10 3-16 cents on nearly all the j oiTering. On the call the majority of the salesmen accepted. A few hesi-, tated and the buyers promptly with- drew their bids. E-mail white came next. Biddiug started at 10 cents, Mr. Richardson naming that price for the board. Mr. Coon said the small cheese ought to be worth as much as the large and bid 10 3-16 cents. Then came selections, Mr. Miller startingwith 10% cents, fol-i lowed by 10% cents from Mr. Coon. Then alt'ernatingMessrs.Coon and Mill- er worked the price up by sixteenths Abotrt^O_00;bpxes more vvjll.go for- ward on} c'pntract and ok basis of boaril prices-. \' '\v , ' •\'\''. •' ; j ' . Registering:. , iSalesraen.' -ar.e. : urged to register their- oKeeseLag.earlyin,the afternoon'as p'os-.j sible, as the larger and. more general the registration at the-opening of the marked the -more competition is likely to follow.^ • '..-'' -Thie day's, transactions practically clean up'.the August rnak& , , •*<, The Roll or Honor., The- following paid dries to the, sec- retary:, Tjaifayette Pollqy, Watertown Valley factory;' JE. D. Hpilpway,. North Adams factory; total paid to date, 101. There, are still about 15 factories whose dues for the present season are still unpaid: ' The salesmen of such factories should see to the matter .at their earliest.eOnvenienee. The Season's Record. ' The' transactions on the Exchange thus far this season have been as foi-, lows, the prices quoted being Oh large white cheese: Date. May 3... May 10.. May 17,.. May 24.. May 31... June 7. . June 14. June 21. June 28. July 5. July 12., July 19. Aug. 2. Aug. 16,, Aug. 23.. Aug. 30. Boxes. ..1,532.... ..2,356 • ..3,992.....11 ..4807,...• ..6,977....• ..7,435....• ..7,79*... ...8i540-... ...10,252..... ...10,851.. i. . .10,607. 10,449. 8,375.. . . .7,332.. 6,953.. 6.666...9 Range. ,11 @ .... @ .... 9%.@9%..., ?Vi@9%.... 9%@9%.,.. 9y 2 @-T . . •••9y s @9y 4 ... .... 9y 8 @9.y 4 .. ....9%@9%.. 9%@-.. ...9y 4 @9 5-16 ...9%(fi>9 7-16. 9-16@—.,, ...,9%@-.,, Ruling. ...11 ... 9% ..»•, 9%, ... 9% ... 9% ....9% 9% ... 9%, ......9% ....9% ....9% .9 7-16 ....'9% .9 9-16 ....9% 135 04 1C0 Following- is the table of offerings: Ayers—L. &. Ives.(e.t.) i Ball—Henry O. Ball....(\v. fc. ) - Bay View—S. O. Adams..,.(o t) Barnes Corners—n. <\•. Hall(s. w.) Banner—Joan Saunders (1 w.) Barott—T. H. Staplin (I.e.) Babcock-Georga N. Shatty (e. t.).. Oloverdale—No. 1, S. N Hall (sw) Chaumont-T-ah&rleS Combs,.,,(s.w) .... Oenfcral 6£ WHna -Daune Pierce... ,c. t.,,. Champion—F. O.. Carter.,.. (wt) •....,,,., Cascade—J HE. Jones (w.t.1.,,. Gold Spring—Martin SprihBer(wbj Cold Brook—S A. .Gtaraer ... (s, w.) Olo-.erdale No. 3—A. 31. TownSend..fc. w.. Glover Valley—J. 0. Flteslmmons., (1. w.).. Copenhagen— Seorge J. Dryderi .c.t.).... Crown Srarid —H K Cuok... ..[s.w] DevoisCorners—Z. Sarvev ,...(o. t.) Douglas--J..;P. Douslas..[w t],,,.., Diamond-A. a . Pia-]ook.,..(l. w.) Drill Well-G ,W. Clieriey .-... (w. t.) Enmes4-E.-8. Poo( (tw) Eyins Mills—Daniel Walrath (sw) EastBoylsfcnWW. H..H. Eudd [sw],. Bureka-^O B. Arnold (C.T..)-.v. Enterprise—Jauies 'Brennenfl.w.) •• ., EfricB'odman—F. B. Dunaway.„ t .(c.t.).... Excelsior—IT. S. Reeves ..1. w ,,., . Farmers-Thomes Dulmadge .(l.w,)..,,.-.. Five ObrneiS-O. 9.; >ierriman.(sw.) ..,.,... Fillmore —M.M.Fillmore ..,' [1 w]..,. Fox-Creek—it. w.Heotze....(c t)... Fnlfvtew-A. W, Plant l w Gouveraeuf -J. I \ Hodgkin,....... o. t,,,. Grenadier Island -J. D. Eitzgerald.w, t.,,.i Qonld--S. «. liouldw. v.). :Ge6rge,Hyie Cuts E[ts $5qot.-Corse Cottage, | oh Butterfield ialie Broken Into— Other Nbtesi _ Kedwood, :Sept.l6,^-]*red Carmon has had his, store repainted. The new dwelling houses erected, in this village/for L. Biclcelhaupt and Mrs, G, ^Wheeler are alinost ready for ocoil4 pancy. ' tA large nurnber of people from the village of' Alexandria Bay took advan? tage- of the half rate- on the trolley 'line Sunday. Marion K. Da.vis of IBjartford, Conp.j spent a week with his college chuin, A. H, .Gourtenay, and both returned on Tfednesday last to their alma materj to take part in the football practice of the Hamilton college club, prior t o re- suming their studies, 1 'George Hyle had the misfortune to cut his foot severely with an axe while splitting wood recently. The trolley roadmana-ger issues tick- ets at haif fare to students attending otir Union school. Some party or parties broke intp the' 'Corse cottage on Bound Island, But- terfield lake, and some property is mi ssing. Adam Bickelhaupt, our genial super»> visor, is haring a large roomy piazza erected- on two sides of his residence. 120 100 177 40 Boater ^= S, ffi reined & ^^\^± ™fZ*Jl ^ Coon. Messrs. Miller and Cooper also made the same bid. On the call every lot but one accepted the price. Bidding on white twins was not so active. Mr. Miller opened the ball with 10 cents. Mr. Bichardson jump- ed to 10y, cents, followed by Mr. Eas- ton. Mr. Coon- came in with another I sixteenth and Mr.Easton followed suit. Jfr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey have Mr Bichardson evidently meant business- turned from Toronto. Ont. i ani j ra i se d the price_ to 10% cents, fol- home. Mr. Brank Gardner and wife, of Bic- ton, Ont., are here, visiting his people. Our fair last week was a great suc- cess. The exhibits- were the largest we ever had. The attendance was big and the managers deserve great cred- it, returned from Toronto, Ont, BLACK RIVER. W. A. Slack Narrowly Escapes Drowning\ While Searching for the Remains of His Drowned Son. Wot Doomed For Life. ! 1 \was treated for three years .by * good doctors,' writes W. A. Greer. Me- * Connellsville, O., \for piles, and, fistula, 'but, when all failed, Bucklen's Arnica ~Salve cured me in two weeks.\ Cures \burns , bruises, cuts, corns, sores, erup- tionSj salt rheunl, piles or no pay. •25c at Homer H. Bice's drug store. SLOCUM'S PHOTOS SPEAK. CABINETS ALLSTYI.ES. TME BOJ JtfONE BETTER AT DOUBLE. TEEPB.IOE. CHEAPER ONES ARE A DISAPPOINTMENT CALL AND BE CONVINCED. SLOCU NEW STUDIO, Over Sherman Bros., Washington St. Watertown, N. Y. Black Biver, Sept. 16.—The search for the remains of little Wilfred Slack, who was drowned Briday afternoon in Black river, was continued Saturday and Sunday, but without avail. Sun- dnj'. six boats equipped with men, grappling hooks, pikes and rakes, w orked diligently. The boat carrying fbe father, W. A. Slack, was capsizfd where the current was strong. Mr, Slack, becoming entangled in a rops, hooked on the oar lock, narrowly es- caped drowning beneath th e over- turned boat. The clairvoyant, Mrs. Owen, came in the afternoon, but as yet all efforts have been futile. Scores of men turned out t o help in the Sea\rch.' HENDERSON Sept, 16.—Mrs. Cornelia Kilby, Who has been visiting a few weeks in Mich- igan, came home Wednesday. She was accompanied by Miss Grace Bar- ney, formerly of this place, but who has been in Michigan for three years. feed Jones left Monday for Boston. Bumor says the next time he comes he will take one of Henderson's fair dahghters with him. j T?. M. Kilby is spending a few days at Massena Springs. Mrs. Ellen Howard and Mrs. Mila Eggleston spent Thursday in Water- town. Prof. Montague is suffering from too much lip, caused by applying camphor to a cold sore. Mrs. Mila Eggleston went to Boches- ter Thursday to spent a few weeks-. Miss Lottie Critteqtpn is-home and is'entertaining a friend. ; Bay your school tax. Dairy Farm To Let. A good dairy farm to yet. this office. ';'.••, , Apply at lowed by Messrs. Easton a>nd Miller, Although there was a difference of % cent between twins and small singles it became evident that the price could not be forced higher and salesmen realized that the bid was all that could reasonably be expected. Auctioner Bitkln set a commendahle example on the call by accepting the 10% cent bid on his four factories and his acceptance was followed by simi- lar action by ndarly all the other lots registered. There were but two lots of large colored cheese registered, and al- though the market conditions at New York indicated aslightly stronger feel- ing on colored than on, white there was but one bid, and that only 10 cents, which was refused. There were also but two lots of col- bred- twins registered and 10% cents was the best bid, which was refused. On the curb no better prices were obtainable and some large cheese was purchased at 10% cents, a sixteenth under the board price. The Sales. The transactions on the call board were: Lots. Boxes. Brice. Large white 9 516 10 3-16 Small white ...11 795 10% White twins 7 440 103/ a Total ..87 1,751 Day in and out there is that feeling of Weakness that maKes a burden of itself. Food does not strengthen. Sleep does not refresh. It is hard to do, hard to bear, what should be easy,—vitality is on the ebb, and the whole system suffers. For this condition take Grindstone island—jjames Batehford 1, w. Howard—D. H. Sohrift..,.,.,., is.w.).,., Henoerson—S. \Y. Fbrard .1. c...... Hill Spring^-J. B. wappotte... [s'w].,,,, Barter—P.A. Hartor ....(s.o Hatisall & Moore—A, W. Hadsallfe. w)..,, Hillside-Cornelius O'Brien....-. (l.w.).. Indian BAver— I: 8.- Gibbs (w. lw.) Imperial-W. ^V. Voroe, (o. t.) ,.., Jefferson Valley—St, M, Doxtater(wt,).... Lorraine— t,. St Pitkin h w. '<>>. Line Bond—Fred V: Haas (6. t). •., Iiake-E. P. Lake n, .-.- fsw] Maple Grove—L. S.fit*in w t Mather—A. A.Scott..... [lw] Jlaxon—E. C. Maxon..,.(w.t.)....,....,, Miller— Anson Miller...,,..,(w.t.).... Muzzy—BiuhardOw^ns [lw] ....,; Mayflower A. Connor [lw].- North Adams—E DiHolloway....( c.t.)..,, North Rodman—Harrison Fuller(l. c.),.... New Model-B. G, ;MeEuen....-(o.t.) ;. Orleans Centre—G.F. Baltz....fs'.w.] , Orleans Valley—A. JJ. Getman—[lw]i..,. Parkinson—P. O. Parkinson (4w) Pamelia Centre—Stephen Gillette (wt) ,,,. Pitkln-L. 8. Pitkin.'.' •..[w.t.l.... i .,.. Philadelphia-William Flathtd, t.)........ Pleasant \Valley 0. B. Wiggins, (w.t.)..,. Perry—A. E. Emerson..,,.,i.,.l.,W ,,. Pillar Point Union^EdwinA.Moffatc. (s.w.) Pillar Point Central-H. C. White.... SiW.. Pinokney Corners—John P. Murphy (h o.) Point Peninsula- FranK Collins Bayhill—Amos Lane [1 w] Bodman—Harrison Fuller,,,. (c. t.) Bosiere-N. L. Aubertine ....[c.t.] Springer—it B. Kirklandd. w.) Star-Eli Mosher(l.w.) ,......'. •••• Spring—George A. Fuller (s.w.) South Champion—N- 0. Shepafd(o .t.)..,. Sunnyslde—A. E. Helmer ...i[sw] Sandy Creek Valley-:Fred Balph....s. o... Siandring-O. A.Austln ....(t.) Silver Greek—A E. Newton.... [wtl Sterling-JamesGromley. [1 vj.., Sooteh Brook—L. Eadley.,..[w.t.J.....,,, Thistle—Martin Springer w.t,.,.,,,,, 80 Three Mile Bay-.T. W. Taft (at) Trout Brook J. N.Hill.... [lw] Tylerville-G. W. Smith.... (o. t.) Thousand Island—E. O. \Wagoner .l.w 32 Trout—Jesse A. Kittle.... 1. o Union, Stone Mills-Burt Galley... lw. .. 85 Union (Pinokney)—P. Dillon... .[c.t].... Warren Settlement-J. D. Powell.... [w t] Williams, No. 8 Bioe Gould (s. w.) \WOPthVins-L. S. Pitkin wt 60 •. indmill-G. B. MoMullin (c t) Watertown Valley—Lafayette Polly (wt.) 85 Winona-W. H. Anthony w.t. 100 West Carthage—Charles Besha(e.t.) Woodville-G. M. Wood s. w Waldo—D. A, Goodrich [stil.] Worth ''enter—John 0'Connor....[sw]..,. Woolworth-J. D. Wheeler, (s. w.) 05 Yosc-Homer F . Smith (».w.) 60 Total number boxes registered 8,104 Number of factories ™ Average per factory /J Offering one week ago... I,™ 5 The Be-TJnion i s th e people's paper. $1.50 per year. EVANS MILLS. Sept. 16;—Olaaide Barnes, of Water- town, spent Swnday in town. • Miss Anna. Duffy returned to her school in- Olayville last week. Bev. Mr., and Mrs. Sanford, of Wa- tertown, were in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Linstruth and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith were the .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geox-ge Hawn at Grindstone -Island Sunday. Eugelie Simonet, of Brovidence, B. I,, attended the funeral of his brother, Lewis Simonet, Friday. \ , ,, Mrs. Bruce Bort, of Watertown, calledf'i on friends in town Thursday. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ered Croissant, of Ant- werp, wei-e in town Friday. ,J '. Mr. and Mrs. James Moore, of De- kalb Junction, spent a few days -.in •town last week. ' - y Mrs. Hubbard, of Belleville, was *fche guest of her parents recently. Mr. \and Mrs. H.iG. Haas are spend- ing- a week at Boint Vivian. Mrs. W. Whitney and Mr. and Mrs.;, ErankHarris and daughters Spent-one; day last week at Deferiet. -, :| ;•.:,:' :BELL:E^LE.,,,-,', JlriiOh Academy Reception tarfely, At;. ; tended—McRIhley Memorial Services - priday^An Ice Cream Sqclaji Bellevile, ' Septi - 16;r^The : - -reception- tendered the faculty and students, of Union academy by the Badies' Social union-of the a.oademy.ori Eriday-'eVea- ing last, was largely attended an'd very enjoyalble. The ladies served cake nn.d ice creain to their many .guests. The present registered number of stu- dents is over One hundred, and a ma- jority of them- were present. • , The.vV:. E. C. will hold-brief mem- orial se\rvioes at 3 p. m. .Friday, Sept. 19, at the G. A. B. post j jr t Q.oins,.in co.m- memofation- of the tragic \death of Bresideht McEinley, Sept. 14, 19,01; All members 'of Buckley post are especial- ly invited to be present, and all others Interested will be welcome. The \X\. B, S. C. E„ of the Baptist church will give an.' ice cream social ,at the home; of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dutch- - : er, Friday evening, Sept. 19. All in-: terestecl are invited to be present. The Fhilomathean CI L. S. C. held their annual meeting for the election I'of officers at the home of the presi- l.dont, Mrs. C. M. Overton-, Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 10, when the following officers-for the comingyear w^ere;elect- ed: President. Mrs. G. M. Overton-; vice-president, Mrs. L. J. Weirt; treas- urer, Mrs.W. H. Durfee; recording'and corresponding secretary, Mrs. T. E. Eulton-. Birst meting of the year will be held October 11, at th e home of Mrs. Frederic Williams.. .'^nWQR'fa: CENTRE' last Friday. ' ' om S y r a«is, CIDER. P. W. Slack, of Pamelia Four, Cor- ners, wishes to announce that he will make cidar at his mill on Wednesdays} And Thursdays only of each week. 100 U. T. K. Clothing Store HA WES HATS FOR FALL. w E have secured the ex- clusive agency for this celebrated hat in Wa- tertown and are ready to show you the very latest styles that will be worn this fall and -wint&v.^\^*^^ The Hawes Hat at §8.00 is conceded to be the best Hat that is made at any ptice. ORLEANS FOUR CORNERS Sept. 16,—-Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Tim- erman and sons were guests of Mr and Mrs. Hemperly Timerman at Mas- sena. '• ••_ < Dr. Sargent, of Watertown, visited his brother, B. T. Sargent, recently. . ,H, P, House, John McLaughlin, Tes, er MifleJ ftlicl- William Clark attended, the State fair last week. • :r . ; Mr. LaFave, of Watertown, waij., iti' •town last week. .'•••'•' Mr. Bretch, of Lafargeville, wag . : a: caller in town last Saturday.., ,., \ - -, ,; Mr., and Mrs. Ostramder,.\of Berch- Biver, called on their daughter,' 'Mrs. Walrath, last Saturday. ' , , ., .. -. Mr. and Mrs, - Walrath' werei ,: ciut of town Sunday -to attend a- funeral of a •friend* Mrs. O. E; Timerman is the guest of •her brother at Gananoque, Can. , Wanted, seven thousand:, gofcid hteoi^J lock shingles. Apply at parsonage. ' Sock;..social Wednesday evening' at, hall. ..'/;., ; ,'.., . ' &• ,?;S Mr. and Mrs^JTredSrlok Dorr' wer® guests of George Brightweiser's ftt Philadelphia recently. Miss Nellie O'Connor, of W-it»rf yisitedher parents over Sunda^' i Norman Weaver and faoulv i, I moved to Worthville. y ia \l Bev; E. 0. Weaver returnB/i- v ' from conference Monday k>m «^ Summer Felt Outing Hats. . Seepnd to none in tone, touch, q 0n i 1 ity, character, workmanship; made 1 softest white felts and two tS . ,'' fects; some with handsome band' wing and pompom trimmings: the nS' : elties .of the season. Thrs is £> waist weather. We have a very ft* assortmeut in. both white and ccC I Tw_enity-flve per cent, discount^ I waists during August. C. M. BannS ter, 9 WasMngton street. * H.Butterworth&Sons, Desigoers AND Makers OF High Grade ' A Genuine French Mar- ten Scarf with full cluster ;-of. tails neatly finished, ' '.a, stylish well .proportion- ed and filled Scarf at $5.00. 3 Arsenal Street, Bell 'Phone, 95-o. Northern -School. A WIDE-AWAKE BUSINESS TRAINING SOHOM ,.\ for Jheyoung Deoblio of Northern New York. Modem, -'staslble'mellioas. Beautiful, sightly rooms. Unequal- ed facilities for starting pupils In business. No belief lndti'ce&ients offered anywhere. Catalogue free. Ad- dree? ' • ' • A. 0. IVESj Prtn., Watertown, N. T, A. Bushnell & Co., WN, ••!!«•. Y. .1 8 J CAN WE SHOW IT TO YOTT NOW JAMES M. DORSET, 7 Washington Place, Watertown, N. T. in the Dress Goods; nMiment: t You must see th'efn to appreciate them. 45 inch All-wool Black CHe4>t Suitings.... ^.. ,50c yard! 38 inch Extra^heayy colored' Suiting Cheviots......S0c yard. 52 mch Exbra-yalue Black and Colored Cheviots,. 4 ! Mc yard, iancy Wool Waistings, aU the new Fall-shades, 25c \to 76b. The New \Snow-Flake\ Suitings ; 8L60 yard . Gravenetted Cloths- for Rain'-garments $1 50 yard. The New Tucked and Embroidered Suitings $2.00 yard, Ihree Extra-value Black Zibelines.. .81.00, §1.25, 81.50 yard. Extra-value All-wool Black Paca Cloth, .:...... .$1.50 yard. Use Our Mail Order Dep artme nt. It Pays Your Neighbor. It Will Pay You. A. Bushnell & Co. If you see it in Eemiiugtoja's ad. you see it in Eemington's store. Is Here It vitaiize^'the bloodj give*. >-.- 0 v an( j (; 0ne to all the oigans and fui .,ns, mid is positively unequalled for an rnn-dowh Or •debilitated donditlons, .UP9D'B I'ILLB cure-constipation. 25 cent.; It's an ideal month. The nights are cool; the crisp air is delightful With this first fall month business crossed a trade line. To anticipate what men want in Clothing is almost a science. Any- body with money can fill a store with goods, but it fakes the right kind of goods to fill it with peo- ple. The Fall Fashions are fully set, the Three Button Sack, the Straight Front, Round Corner Sack and the Two or Three Button Double Breasted. Sacks are the accepted styles for business and gen- era! wear. Then for semi'-dress is the Cutaway with Fancy Trousers. SUITS $5, $6, $r, $8, $10, $12, $14, $15, $16, $lf, $18 and $20. 16 Public Square. «==*i^* ClUOTMtER TO Opposite the Fountain. TH© PEOPLBi

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