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THE COLUMBIA. E ^ U S t a b A H s TUESDIAT, AUGUST. 192] PAGE FIVE F n t O F I FtlRMERMHAN A t h e n s , Aug-, 4. — U n io n o p e n a i r ee r v i c e s w e r e lie l ( i ''a t T r i n i t y E p i s c o ­ p a l c h u r c h S u n d a y ev e n i n g a n d w e r e la r g e l y a t t e n d e d . C h a ir s w e r e p la c e d o n th e sp a c i o u s la w n a b o u t t h e c h u r c h to a c c o m o d a t e th e c o n g r e g a tio n . R e v . M r . D a v is, p a s t o r o f th e R e f o r m e d c h u r c h d e l iv e r e d th e se r m o n , a n d sp e c i a l m u s ic Avas re n d e r e d b y th e u n i t e d ch o ir s . M r . a n d M rs. E l m e r G o e tz o f H u d ­ s o n s p e n t S u n d a y w i th ) M rs. D . W in e - T h e D a ily V a c a t i o n B ib le S c h o o l, clo s e d T u e s d a y , Aintli a n ex h ib i ti o n a t >■ t h e R e f o r m e d c h u r c h C h a p e l, o f th e Avork a c c o m p l ish e d b y th e pupils'. I t Avas re a l l y in t e r e s t i n g to se e . th e a m o u n t of AAmrk d o n e b y th e c h il d r e n , in th e lin e o f p a p e r b a s k e t s a n d fa n c y a n d r a f i a m a t s a n d b a s k e t s . T h is \ s c h o o l h a s p r o v e d a g r e a t su c c e s s a n d it is h o p e d to h a v e . i t on a la r g e r s c a l e n e x t y e a r . The remains of Amos Dibble, a for­ m e r A t h e n i a n , w h o d ie d a t h i s h o m e in B r o o k ly n w e r e b r o u g h t to th e h o m e o f M r s C h a s . D e e S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n , a n d th e fu n e i-al h e l d fro m tb e r e S u n ­ d a y a f t e r n o o n a t tAAm o’cloclc. M a n y p e o p l e fro m o u t o f towm a t t e n d e d th e fu n e r a l . J o h n P . PoAvers, av I io is s t o p p i n g a t th e SteAvard H o u s e , is e n t e r t a i n i n g h i s son, D r : H u b e r t F . PoAvers, of HeAwXorK city. M r. a n d M rs. H a r o l d T r a v is, a r e re c e i v i n g c o n g r a t u l a t i o n s on th e b i r t h o f a d a u g h t e r , a t th e i r h o m e o n A u g , M iss V i r g i n n ia AudreAVS, r e t u r n e d to h e r h o m e in P o u g h k e e p s i e , W e d ­ n e s d a y a f t e r s p e n d i n g s e v e r a l Aveeks w i t h h e r g r a n d p a r e n t s , M r . a n d M rs. C h a r l e s A n d r e w s . T i c k e t s a r e on s a l e f o r a E u c h r e a n d B r i d g e p a r t y - t o b e h e l d o n T u e s ­ d a y , A u g u s t, 9 t h a t th e G r e e n D a k e C a s in o fo r th e b e n e f i t -of St. P a t r i c k s c h u r c h o f A thens.. GREENDALE G r e e d a le, A u g , 4 __ ReAi-. D o n a l d B o ice a n d G e o . E . K n o w les, o f W e s - te r l o , sp e n t W e d n e s d a y a f t e r n o o n w i t h M r . a n d M r s . L lo y d *-H a ll e n b e c k , M rs.- D u r k e e o f S a r a t o g a S p r in g s , is sp e n d i n g so m e tim .e a t th e h o m e of M r. a n d Airs. R u s s e l P ie r s o n . M r s . J o n a s C o le a n d son, o f W e s t C o x s a c k ie, a n d M iss E r m i n n i e C o le , of B r o o k l y n , a r e s p e n d i n g so m e t i m e w i t h Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Coons. Airs. W m . A u f f o r t h , Airs. B y r o n C o l e - a n d d a u g h t e r . Airs. R o b e r t H ic k s a n d M rs. A lb e i't H a r t , e n jo y e d a m o t o r tr i p to A lb a n j', W e d n e s d a y . Air. a n d Airs. D ick s , a r e on tert-ain in g frie n d s fro m ICeAV Y o r k . A r t h u r H a j^son o u r lo c a l e x p r e s s m a n , h a s b e e n on th e sic k list. Airs. H e » K y F e lle r , w a s a s h o p p e r In Catskill, Wednesday. L. J. H u b b a r d , A\ms a c a l l e r in toA v n , A londay. Airs. S a m u e l H a l l e n b e c k , s p e n t W e d ­ n e s d a y in H u d s o n . T u e s d a y n i g h t , L o r r i n e D e c k e r , h a d tl:r, m i s f o r tu n e to ru n ^ ;.-u- in h is fo o t . H e w a s c a r r ie c l to L lo y d H a l - le n b e c k s sto r e , w h e r e f i r s t -aid t r e a t ­ m e n t AA-as giA 'e n h i m . HOLLOWyiLLE H o llow A d lle, A u g , 4.— H e l e n W ildc-r- . m u t h , h a s re t u r n e d fro m a A'isit AAutli frie n d s o u t o f toAvn. Air. and Airs. Arthur AToore, enter­ ta i n e d frie n d s fro m X'nioaAlUe, C o n n ., a n d A u b u r n , j ST. Y ., re c e n t l y A liss B e s s ie H e a d ' r e t u r n e d h o m e in G o p a k e , S u n d a y . W i l li a m W i ls o n , is sp e n d i n g so m e time at Stuyvesant Falls. A u g u s t a P l n m l e y s p e n t BnndaA-. AA'ith h e r b r o t h e r . N e lso n D r u m a n d fa m i ly , a t C r a r y v ille. Aliss P r a n c e s K e lls, is o n th e sic k list. A irs. G e o r g e B e c k e r a n d son, P b iU p , a r e ex p e c t e d to a r r i v e fro m N e w Y o r k c i t y to sp e n d so m e lim e w ith h e r sis­ te r , Airs. D e o n a rd . Airs. C. AI. P e c k t a l a n d d a u g h t e r s , O la a n d H e len , o f C r a r y v ille, a n d Aliss A lay R y n d e r s o f NeAV Je r s e y , Avere in th i s lilaee T u e s d a y . LINLiTHGO. Liniithgo Aug, 4— Mrs. Temple, a n d d a u g h t e r E m m a , o f J e r s e y City, a r e s p e n d in g th e i r A-acation Avitli, A irs. T r u m a n T e m p le. ' C h e s t e r B u n k a n d fa m i l y , o f ATistz- geskill, spent Sunday, Avith Air. and ' Airs. W e b s te r A liller. LaAvrence a n d L e s t e r P e r le c , haA-'o re t u r n e d to th e i r Avovk, a f t e r sp e n d ­ in g th e i r A-acation Avith th e i r p a r e n t s . Air. a n d Airs. H . L. P e r le e . Aliss E l e a n o r R o s s , h a s re t u r n e d to h e r h o m e in C h e v iot, a f t e r spenrliu.g so m e tim e Avith rclaliA-es a n d frie n d s . B e n e d i c k A liller, h a d th e m is f o r t u n e to fa l l a n d b r e a k h is I'ig h t a r m ne<ar th e w r i s t . Air. a r d Airs. W a l l e r P l a i n e r a n d son, s p e n t S a t u r d a y n i g h t a n d Sunda.y, Avith Air. a n d A irs. A llen P l a i n e r , a t P h i l r n o n t . T h e fa i r h e ld on the p a r s o n a g e la w n on J u l y 22nd and 23rd Avas a great success. T h e amount d a r e d w a s n e a r l y tAvo h u n d r e d dollars. W illia m C o o n , h a s p u r c h a s e d a ncAV S t u d e b a k e r to u r i n g car. HILLSDALE. H illsd a le, A u g , 4.— M r. E . D. H u n ­ te r , is A’is i ti n g h e r p a r e n t s . Air. a n d A irs S t e p h e n S h u t ts, a t L iv i n g s t o n . A laAvn p a r t y fo r th e b e n e f i t o f th e EpA v o rth L e a g u e AI. E . S u n d a y sc h o o l Avill be h e l d A V ednesday e \ 'e n i n g A u g , 10th, on th e laAvn of F r e d S h u ts,. V ic t o r G i n s l e r o f N e w Y o r k city , s p e n t th e Aveek en d AAdth h i s w ife a n d Air. an d M rs. J o h n S m ith , an d C h a s ., P e c k an d fa m i l y of C o p a k e , a r e sp e n d in g th is Aveek a t L a k e B u e l. W m . jr. HayAvopci an d fa m i ly o f jM b a n y , calJod on L l c n d s in t-OAvn, T u e s d a y TAGHfeiaB&; T a g h k a n i c A u g , 3.— T h e r e w ill b e se r v ic e s in th i s c h u r c h S u n d a y A u g ., 7 t h a t 11 A . M. C. E. Scutt and family of Hudson, s p e n t S u n d a y w i t h M rs. B la n c h e M il- M r . a n d Airs. S q u i e r o f N e w Y o r k , a r e sp e n d i n g so m e tim e w i t h M r . a n d A irs. J a c o b F r i s s . Air. a n d Airs. W a l t e r A liller, e n ­ te r t a i n e d c o m p a n y S u n d a y . P e t e r M iller o f H u d s o n , a n d M iss E t h e l l A liller o f A l b a n y , c a l le d o n Airs. B la n c h e A liller, S u n d a jL F r a n k F r i s s , w h o is still ill, re m a in s a b o u t t h e sa m e . Air. a n d Airs. T a n n e r w e r e in H u d -: son, S a tu r d a y . Air. a n d Airs. C a m p b le e n t e r t a i n e d c o m p a n y fro m N oav Y o r k , la s t w e e k . C l a y to n C a r l a n d E a r l S m ith o f C r a r y v i l le Avere in th i s A-illage S u n ­ d a y cA'cning. C la r is W h e e l e r o f N caa ”- Y o r k , s p e n t th e Aveek e n d w i t h h e r p a r e n t s . Air. a n d Airs. J. W h e e l e r . A ir a n d Airs. \Y. J. P e c t a l a n d d a u g h ­ te r S u s a n , a n d A rA T sta P e c t a l o f C r a ­ ryv ille, s p e n t S u n d a y in th i s p lace. BLUESTORE^ B l u e S to r e , A u g ., 4— Air. a n d Airs. J o h n T i n k l e p a u g h , s p e n t A londay in Airs. H o w e ll a n d A liss J o h n s o n of NfAv R o c h e lle , a r e s p e n d i n g tw o w e e k s w i th , A irs. C h a r le s S tick les. Air. a n d Airs. C lau d e S e iple, Avas a S u n d a j- g-uest o f Air. a n d Airs. H a r r y W a g n e r . Air. a n d Airs. R o s s m a n F i n g a r , M r. a n d Airs. J a m e s W a g n e r a n d ch i ld r e n , s p e n t S u n d a y a t C o p a k e L a k e . , All*, a n d Airs. W m . W h ite o f B r o o k ­ lyn, a n d Airs. F r a n k F i n g a r , s p e n t F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n a n d CATning, Avith G e o r g e C lum a n d fa m i ly . E d w a r d H a r v e y a n d fa m i ly , Avere in P o u g h k e e p s i e , S u n d a y afteraroon. ■ Airs. H - a r ry W a g n e r a n d d a u g h t e r , a r e sp e n d in g a few d a y s in C la v e f a c k , Avith A irs. M a i-k D u n tz. , Air. a n d M rs. C lay to n S tick les, a r e e n t e r t a i n i n g c o m p a n y from , P o u g h ­ keepsie.- MEANER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD 20 YRS, Valatie, Aug. 4—Ernest Witbeck AA^as elected school trustee lo succeed N . P . W ild Avho re s ig n e d a n d H u g h Lament Avas re - e l e c te d . T h e e lectio n w a s h e l d Wednesday afternoon. Air AYild h a s b e e n o n th e sch o o l b o a r d OA-er 20 y e a r s a n d h a s b e e n P r e s i d e n t fo r 17 y e a r s . I t w a s Avith r e g r e t th a t h is re s i g n a t i o n w a s receiv e d . MELLENVILLE. A lellenville, A u g . 2. — Air. a n d Airs. N e lso n BoAA'dy m o to r e d to W e s t S a n d L a k e lo s t F r i d a y a n d s p e n t S u n d a y wi'-h re l a t i v e s . Airs. H e n r y S c h u l te a n d d a u g h t e r Adsited h e r liusiiancl a t A l b a n y th e p a s t w e e k . T h o m a s C r o tt y , Avbo re s i d e s a t G h e n t, aau - s in toAvn this, w e e k to a t ­ te n d h i s Avife.s’ f u n e r a l . A irs. E d W a r d , d a u .g h r e r o f F lo y d C la p p e r o f P e r r y v illn . Aid., fo r m e r re s i d e n t s o f th i s A-illoge, u n d e r w e n t a ■serious o p e r a t i o n la s t T h u r s d a y m o r u - H a r n l d W a l t e r m i r e is ill a t th e hom':> o f h i s g r a n d m o t h e r , Airs. A. ATi\ a n d A irs. F l o y d S h u t t s v isite d ■u S to n e M ill S u n d a y . C h e s t e r F u i v e r a n d f a m i l y o f O ld C h a t h a m c a l le d on frie n d s in th i s plan e S u n d a y . A liss L o u is e J . A liller o f H o i-th C l a v e r a e k s p e n t S a t u r d a y Avith h e r a u n t . All's A J a rtin A liller. T h e r e Av'iU b e n o .‘-■nrvines a t th e f h u r c h S u n d a y , th e m i n i s t e r a n d f a m ­ ily b e i n g a w a y on th e i r A h e a tion. S u n d a y sc h o o l p ic n ic a t C o p a k e ic i k e on S a tu r r ln y , A u g u s t Gth. a n d A irs. R o g e r L a r a n a y a n d family of Hudson, and M ih Benjamin M a rch .and son a n d Air. n n d Airs. S a m ­ uel I^aianer.t-'T fd' H u m o h reA w ille, c a l l ­ ed a t Airs. A lartin A liller’s S u n d a y ev e n in g . ELIZAVILLE E liz a v i l le A u g , 2.— Air. a n d Airs. S. P.. Shook, entertained guests from E s o p u s on S u n d a y . Aliss N e llie Alay H u c h i n g s , is v i s i t ­ ing relatives in Clermont. J . AY. D y k e m a n , Airs. B e r t h a D y k e - m a n a n d sons, s p e n t t h e AA-eek e n d w i t h relatiA 'c s in P h i l r n o n t . Air. a n d Airs. Je s s e Jo h n s o n , a n d son s , Air. a n d Airs. AT. Vv^eaA'er, AVere. re c e n t g u e s ts o f Air. a n d Airs. H y a t K i s s e lb r a e k a t Pine. B u s h . AI j - s . ft. K ii k p a t r i c k , o f J e r s e y C ity, w i t h h e r tw o little d a u g h t e r s , a r e g u e s ts a t th e p a r s o n a g e . S e v e r a l fro m hei-e a t t e n d e d th e fu ­ n e r a l o f C la r e n c e A loore in R e d H o o k , on S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n . Airs. P h i l i p H a p e m a n o f P o u g h k e e p ­ sie. s p e n t th e w e e k en .l w ith h e r s i s ­ ter, Airs. J o h n W e a v e r . W i l i a m . R e iss, h a s p u r c h a s e d th e P e t e r C h ic p r o p e r t y . G e o r g e ErAAin o f P h i l a d e l p h i a , is a g u e s t o f M r. a n d Airs. D a v id S h e r ­ m a n a n d fa m ily . ■ ^ Air. a n d Airs. H a r r y H o l s a p p l e a n d ! fam ily , a n d W illia m C o o n s s p e n t i S u n d a y Avith re l a ti v e s in P h i lr n o n t. work and Avill commen‘re it in a few sraimuxsiiiHiii. m u n w a t S to ttv i lle , A u g . 3— ^TheTRev a n d M r is R o b e r t -N. T u r n e r , le f t tM o n d a y m o r n ­ in g fo r N e w Y o r k , c ity , w h e r e M r.- T u r n e r w il l h a v e c h a r g e o f S a i n t Lukes Chapeh old' Trinity Parish' d u r i n g A u g u s t a n d p a r t o f S e p t e m b e r . D u r i n g th e re c t o r s a b s e n c e th e fo l ­ lo w i n g sc h e d u l e o f se r v ic e s Avill b e i o b s e r v e d in St. B a r-n a b a a c h u r c h . S u n ­ d a y A u g u s t 2 8 th , th e R e v . E. J. W a l- e n t a , fro m th e C a t h e d r a l o f A ll S a in ts, A lb a n y w ill o f f ic ia t e , celebi-at- in g th e H o ly C o m m u n io n a t 7:30 a ^ . w i t h a h i g h c e l e b r a t i o n a n d s e r n ib n a t 10:30 a. m . O n th e - o t h e r S u n d a y s ' th e r e Avill b e a la y r e a d e r fro m A l­ b a n y , a t 10:30 a. m ., o t h e r serv ices b e in g o m i t t e d . 1 T h e p u b lic sch o o l b u i l d i n g s a r e to be p a i n t e d a n d re - d e c o r a t e d b e f o r e t h e b e g in n i n g o f th e fa l l , term * C h a r le s R-. W a r n e r ,- h a s th e c o n t r a c t to do th e Airs. A lartin A lan c h u n k .so n H a r o l d and daughter Beryl, are at Pittsfield, Alass, AA'here t h e y w ill sp e n d some. I aao ' w e e k s , a t th e - h o m e s o f her brothers, John and Prank Yerrick. Airs. A lex. A lichel a n d A liss N u tc h e , o f NcAvark, N.- J., AAdio w e r e Ausiting a t th e h o m e o f Air. a n d Airs. C h a r l e s R . W a i-ner, haA o re t u r n e d h o m e . Airs. William Dick and niece are sp e n d in g seA-eral d a y s AAuth frien d s :at A lb a n y , ther S. Kai’ner. M r. a n d Airs. C. L . BalloA v -and Airs. G e r t r u d e LJiw sen, of N e w Haven, Conn a r e g u e s ts o f Aliss L y d i a -J. ErAvin. Airs. EdA vard V a n V lie t a n d ch i ld r e n w h o w e r e th e g u e s ts o f Airs. J o h n T V a n V liet, h a v e re t u r n e d to th e i r h o m e a t P o u g h k e e p s ie . T h e y re t u r n e d m u c h e a r l i e r th a n e x p e c te d b e c a u s e of th e illn e s s o f a d a u g h t e r , Aliss A lildred V a n V liet. T h e A lisses N e llie a n d F r a n c e s S k i n k l e a r e sp e n d i n g th e i r v a c a ti o n a t T ro y , Avith Air. a n d M rs. A.- V a n - Airs. Alarj^ Palen of Kingston, is spending sometime at the home of h e r d a u g h t e r , Airs. W illia m H e r b e r g . Airs. A. Bi C o o ley, is p a c k i n g a n d S to r in g h e r h o u s e h o l d goods. S h e 'w ill leav e s h o r t l y to jo in Air. C o o ley; 'in NeAV H a m p s h ire . , Airs. Adger Solnvartz and little .d a u g h t e r , a r e g u e s ts o f Air. a n d Airs. H . SchAvartz -a t K i n d e r h o o k . Airs. William Alorrison of Castlolon, was in town Tuesday, calling on'her Sister, Mrs. .Tames H. Harder. Airs. L illia n AI. Lipes* a n d son,, -Ro­ b e r t h a v e re t u r n e d to B ro a k ly n , a f t e r sp e n d in g tAvo w e e k s w i t h M r . a n d A lts. W illiam H e r b e r g . G e o rg e L. V isk, s p e n t th e Aveek en d a t B r o o k l y n , Avith h is b r o t h e r a n d w ife, Air. a n d Airs. H e r b e r t C. V isk. H e to o k Avith h im h i s so n “Billie*’ V isk Avho Avill sp e n d s e v e r a l w e e k s W ith h is u n c le a n d a u n t . VALATIE.- mVERIGI&fitBif S€H0UWE ClaATvack, Aug, 3.— ^The Bi-monthly m eeting of the W omans Missionary Society, was held Friday afternoon a t th e -home of Mrs. Everefet-Esselstyn. About fift y ladifes were present. In the absence- of the President, Mrs. Loomis, Airs.- ATyron Van Deboe had Charge of the meeting, and conducted the dcA-otional exercises. The meeting opened Avith hymn, “Come Thou A l­ mighty King,” followed by reading of Psalm, and Lords Prayer. Mrs. Edgar Milham read the secretary’s re­ port. Airs. Venron Miller, sang a solo, “Show Me The Way,’’ Miss Vosburgh, then introduced Airs. Graham of New York city, Avho gave a A-ery interest­ ing talk, which Avas enjoyed by all present. Airs. Graham then offered prayer, and the meeting closed with singing America, after which a social houi- Avas enjoshed, and delicious re­ freshments served. The ■ closing exercises of the Cla- vei-aek B ib le Ai\acation S c h o o l w ill be held in the Alemorial Cliapeh on the afternoon of August the ^5th at 3:30 o’clock (ncAV tim e ). Certificates of attendance Avill be given to those AA'ho haA'e attended with some degree of i-egularity. There will be exercises by the children, and an exhibition of the work done by them. A cordial in­ vitation to attend is extended to all. Regular mid-Aveek prayer service Thursday evening at S o’clock. • At tile morning service in the R e ­ formed church, Aliss- Laurie Neefus, of N cav York city sang a solo^ Aliss Rosalind Neefus, or Hudson, Spent Sunday Avith Air. and Mrs. Hor­ ace BroAvn. Mrs: E. S. Porter, who has been spending some Aveeks at “Old Court,’’ has returned to her home in New York Mrs. Joseph Hiscox, and Airs. Mat.- fie Kipp, spent Sunday at Ghent. M r. a n d -Mrs. C. J. M y e r, M rs. E d -; Avard Kochersperger, and daughters, and Richard' Pape, spent Saturday,^ a t R h o d a P o n d . Airs. Henry Pape and daughters, Doris and Virginia, of Newark, N . J.j a r r i v e d in to w n M o n d a y , and. w ill. spend the. month of August with Airs. Pape’s parents, Air. and Mrs. W. D. Alster. Aliss Louise ATesick of Hudson, has been visiting her sister. Airs. Charles BeJisoii. Miss Fannie Leggett of Yonkers, s p e n t S u n d a y Avith M iss A lary D. C r a n e R e v . a n d Airs. H a r o l d D u B o is, a n d son, of Port Washington, were guests of Aliss Tomlinson; Alonday. Airs. John Dinehart, and Mrs. Frank- Aliller, attended the picnic of the Historical Society of Columbia Count.v, at Copake Lake, ’Thursday. Aliss Nellie Tomlinson, has re-turned from a visit at Hempstead, L. I. Airs. Irene Rossman, is spending some time at Alartindale. Alr.s Alark ])untz, Jr., and infant son, Henry Seiple, came home from the Hudson City Hospital, Friday. Air. and Airs. Peter ATesick, and f a m i l y A'isited at J-rake Charlotte. Air. and Airs. Albert ShaAAb and the V a la tie -Aug. 4.— A irs. E i a m a l j n e P a y n e of P o u g h k e e p s ie , is a n e x p e c t - . ed Aveek en d g u e s t a t t h e h o m e of Air. - A lisses -Alice a n d D e lia S h a w , w h o h a v e a n d Airs. W . H . R e jm o ld s . j b e e n s p e n d in g a Atteek a t L a k e C h a r - ATrs. F lo r e n c e W illia m s a n d son, h a v e re t u r n e d h o m e , e x p e c t to IcaA-e S a t u r d a y fo r a vlsU I Airs. A liller S tu p p le b e e n , re t u r n e d a t th e '- h o m e of Air. a n d Airs. E d w a r d W a s h b u n i , a t V a lley F a l ls. AIi-s. G e o rgo Y o u n g s o f N e v / Y o r k , w a s a g u e s t o f Airs. F lo r e n c e W illiam s F i-iday. AT:-, a n d M rs. J. M. R e y n o l d s a n d f a m i l y ex p e c t to leaA'e S u n d a y fo r R o u n d L a k e , Avhere th e y Avill sp e n d th e i r A-acation. AIi-s. W a l t e r G o lden, h a s b e e n A-isit- in g in C h a th a m C e n te r th i s w e e k . h o m e A londay, fro m th e B i-ady A'lem- oria.1 H c s p i t a l a t A lb a n y , AAdiere sh e h a s been receiA-ing tre a t m e n t . B e n ja m i n M e s ick Jr., o f W e s t P o i n t, h a s b e e n sp e n d in g a s h o r t tim e w i t h his parents, Air. and Airs. B. Fi. ATesick. Air. a n d Airs. E r n e s t C rego, y e h e n e c t a d y , sp e n d S u n d a y in to w n , l-.er, v IC indC rhook A u g 3— Pruyn V a n A L sty n e , w h o h a s b e e n c o n f i n e d in th e P r e s b y t e r i a n Hdspital in N e w Y o r k city, sin c e h i s a r r i v a l fro m P a r i s , F r a n c e ,, se v e r a l Aveeks ago, w a s b r o u g h t to K i n d e r h o o k , S u n d a y , a n d Is n o w lo c a t e d in a c o tta g e , on th e fa r m of h i s b r o t h e r in law , a n d siste r , AT t . a n d M rs. LaA v rence H o w a r d , a m ile n o r t h o f K i n d e r h o o k Aullage.- M r. V a n Alstyrve, w h o is in a se r i o u s co n ­ d itio n fro m th e e f f e c t s o f ty p h o id fe ­ v e r ,- m a d e th e tr i p b y tra i n to H u d s o n ,. Where the ambulance of the Hudson C ity H o s p i t a l co n v e y e d h i m to th i s v illa g e .' H e Avas a c c o m p a n ie d b y h i s ■ivife, a n d a n u r s e . R . C. W a t e r b u r y , Of t h i s Adllage m e e t in g th e p a t i e n t a t H u d s o n . Air. V a n A lsty n e , is sa id to be slig h t ­ ly Improved, a n d is resting comforta­ b ly a f t e r t h e jo u r n e y . Air, V a n A lsty n e is a n a t i v e of K in d e r h o o k , w h e r e m e n y felations and friends regret to learn o f h i s se r i o u s c o n d itio n . H e is th e i'o u n g e s t son. of t h e la t e , M r. a n d M rs. E d w a r d Van Alstyne, of Sunnyside. T h e d isease Avas c o n t r a c t e d w h i le M r. y a n A lsty n e Avas en g a g e d in a g o v e r n ­ m e n t p o s i t io n a b r o a d . i ’h e K in d e r h o o k b a s e b a l l te a m , d e ­ fe a t e d th e A m e r i c a n L e g io n te a m of S a u g e r t i e s , S a t u r d a y , o n th e K i n d e r ­ h o o k field . S c o re— 6— 4. T h e g a m e v/as a m o s t in t e r e s t i n g one. ’ T h e d a n c e g iv e n F r i d a y e v e n i n g by th e K i n d e r h o o k b a s e b a l l clu b Avas a d e c id e d success. O n e of th e ■iai’g e s t cro w d s ev e r seen in th e v i llag e h a ll, b e i n g in a tte n d a n c e .- K i n g Ja z z a n d h i s F r i s c o S y n c o p a to r s - o r c h e s t r a Of -A lbany p la y e d fo r th e a f f a i r . O v e r $100 -was c leared . M r. a n d Airs. J a y W . G a g e a n d M rs. F r a n k V. W ilso n , le f t b y m o t o r S u n - d a y - m o r n in g , fo r a w e e k ’s trip to G a m a n o q u e , C a n a d a , Avhere th e y av UI be- g u e s t s of Air. a n d M rs. F r a n k S. B e c k e r a t t h e i r su m r r ier h o m e . ' J a m e s - B . ' O’R e illjv of N cav Y o rk , on h i s re t u r n trip fro m N i a g a r a F a l l s , w a s a w e e k e n d g u e s t o f h i s .sisters, h t th e . O ’R e i lly - C h a m p l i n h o m e - T h e c o n d i t io n o f Airs. E l l a ^ ‘AVhit- b e c k , w h o w a s ta k e n s u d d e n ly ill la s t w e e k en d , is slig h t ly impi-OAted.' a n d s h e is re s t i n g co m f o r t a b y , a t th is Avi-iting- T h e o d o r e AI. B r a d l e y , o f A lbany, Avas a re c e n t g u e s t, o f AIrs; A lary G illette. ■ M rs. C. W . A lonthie, a n d Airs. W . J., Hill and daughter, Florence, were g u e s ts o f th e fo r m e r ’s son, E d w a r d A lonthie, a n d fa m i l y o f R e n s s e l a e r , and alsn visited in Albany. A lisses K a t h e r i n e , a n d A lary D. O ’R e illy , J a m e s B. C R e i l l y , Airs E d - Avard P . C h a m p l in , sons, EdAvard and- A lark, Avere d i n n e r g u e s t s S a t u r d a y ev e n in g a t th e h o m e o f Aliss E m m a K e a r n e y , a n d fa m ily o f V a latie. A numebr of Renselaerites Avere in a tt e n d a n c e a t th e b a s e b a l l team 's d a n c e , F r i d a y cATning. F i f t j ’- to sev e n ty fiA'e au tom o b iie.s w e r e p a r k e d a r o u n d P u b l i c \S q u a r e . SoA-eral s p e e d i n g m o t o r i s t s AAtere fin e d S u n d a y , a f t e r re c e i v i n g a r e p r i ­ m a n d fo r f a s t driA-ing by O f f ic e r Ivle. V a u g h . Aliss AI. E . P.eid, v\^as a d i n n e r g u e s t S u n d a y CATiiing a t h e r n ieces a n d n e p h e w s , a t th e O ’R e illy - C h a m p l i n \ L. F i s h , o f N cav Y o rk , is a g u e s t of h is fam .ily, on A l b a n j ’ -Tvenue. Air. a n d Airs. W . C. H oati ', a n d fa m i ­ ly a,tten d e d th e m o v ies a t th e P l a y ­ h o u s e in H u d s o n , S u n d a y GA^ening. Alns. Alary Van Hoesan of Rensse- Alr. and Airs. Albert C. Bristol, of G o x'akc, Avere c a l l e r s in to w n Sundi D u ring- th e e l e c t r ic a l s t o r m S u n d a v ANCKAM: A lto n S k ipklo, aats the Avinner o f i a f te r n o o n , a coav OAvned by P e t e r fho a d u l t O h a u t a i j q u a tic k e t o f f e r e d j Me.sjck w a s s t r u c k b y lig 'h tn i n g a n d by H u g h L a m e n t fo r g u e s s in g th e c o r - j k illed , re c t n u m b e r o f k isse s in h is AVindOAV. LaAvrence E s s e l s ty n , h a s a c c e p t e d a Airs. L e n a PoAvler o f Y o n k e i-s, is a i p o s 'tio n a t th e G i f f o r d - W o o d p l a n t guest at the honid of Mr. and Airs. ■ in Hudson. L. F . F o w le r ATrs. Arthur Dexhirner of NeAV York AA'as in town recently. W i n . o t n h le y , w a s th e w i n n e r o f the tickets offered by the Chautauqua people for the. original meaning of the Avord “Chautauqua.” E l iz a b e t h H a m m , e n t e r t a i n e d a n u m b e r o f little frie n d s , T h u r s d a y in honor of her birthday. C laren c e H u y c k , h a s re t u r n e d fro m th e h o s p ita l . Airs. Norton Schormerhorn and ATai-garet .Soace of P i t t s r i e l d , are guests of ?,tr. a n d AIvs. 'F r e d e r i c k R u d d . Aliss Beulah Now, wag a giipgt of h e r b r o t h e r , H . S. N gav , AYednesday. Airs. A largarc-t A'an B u r e n o f L a n - sing-burgh, h a s been a g u e s t o f h e r b r o t h e r , A lfred S k in k le. R . P . Ilic h m o n d , h a s b o u g h t b a r k fro m W m . W e i iig a r to n th e l a p e r m ill in TTpper A lain s tr e e t. A b o u t six ty g u a r a n t o r s h a v e sig n e d th e ' C h a u taiK iu a fo r n e x t y e a r . TOnEDUCEFm OHDtUliOAV' T h e ( ‘h a m h e r o f ('’nr-'m '-'rce h a s ! b e e n n o ti f i e d t h a t on D o l l a r D a y . ! A u g u s t 2.Sth. th e r e Avill b e a 20 iJor j c e n t , re d u c t i o n o r.rouncl-1 ri;> tic k e t s ! on th e A lb a n y S o r t h o r n ra i l r o a d fro m 3,11 p o i n i s so u t h o f Nas.-;aii to H u d - i so n a n d r e t u r n . qUie officia.ls, o f th e oad a r e vei-A' a n x io u s to c o - o p e r a t e Avith th e H u d s o n m e r c h a n t s in m a k ­ in g D o l l a r D a y a )>:g .siiccess. WEST TAGHKAMig^ We.st q’ag h k a n ic.. A u g . 2.— T lie feM i- '/al a t G ienco A lills AAdiich A \m s'hSld la s t F r i d a y ev e n in g AA'a.s a ,gre:it s u c ­ cess. a n d th«- ])roceeds w e r e o v e r SilO-l. [t w a s raM ur,’ a n in c l e m e n t n ig h t a n d tn e la d ie s h a d ice c ’-eani le f t AA''hit-li th e y sold if-itiu-d.iy a f t e r n o o n . Tle-v. an d M rs. OlenAvood spoiyt. a f^w day.s la s t w^eek vi.siting R e v . an d Airs. Fi-a.nk De,'-tn a t G ’a.seo. T h e y h.ad .several ])I<\isant i-iclc.s tliro u g l i th e •Gatskilhs in ih e R cao Ali-! D e a ls' Q u ite a little e x c ite m e n t Avas c r e ­ a t e d k a t- r e d a y aP e i- n o o n AA*hen the'-lful! OAvnod b\- D o u g las V'ea.Aa-r o f G leneo Milks b r o k e loose. T h e r e Ave-.-e q'l-iitc a n u m lie r o f th e la d ie s srd lin g ice c r e a m on th e c-hi:rch la w n d ir d e tly o p p o s it e Air. W e a v e r s ’ re s id e n c e a n d th e i e veas <iuife a little- r u n n i n g a n d ^■e.imporing. S o m e o f Air. W e a v e r ’s w o rk-m e n d r o v e th e h u ll in to th e b a r n b e f o r e ho d id a n y d a m a g e . PvOV. a n d Alr.s. G lonw o o d , M r. h n d Air.s. D o u .glas AA'eaver a n d fa m i ly an d Ivlrs. ’h h o m a s P e e r a t t e n d e d th e P a j- k th e a t r e S a t u r d a y e v e n in g a n d w i t ­ n e s s e d th e m b v in g p i c t u r e , ...jlThe S t r e a m o f L ife .” ^ A n c r a m , A u g , 3.— ^Lee K n i c k e r b o c k ­ e r re t u r n e d to h is d u t ie s a t S a r a to g a , A londay m o r n i n g , a f t e r s p e n d i n g th e Aveek en d Avith h i s p a r e n t s . Air. a n d AIi-s. W illia m K n ic k e r b o c k e r . Air. a n d Airs. H a r r y . A liller a n d son, of B o s to n C o r n e r s , c a lle d on frie n d s in th i s p lac e , S u n d a y . T h e r e Avill be no se r v ic e s in th e L u ­ theran church during the month of The Womans 1-lome a n d F o r e ig n A iissio n a r y S o c iety, AA'iH m e e t in the H a ll S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n a t th e u s u a l Airs. AiathcAv R ick e y , h a s been co n ­ fin e d to h e r b e d fo r t h e p a s t w e e k , h e r m a n y frie n d s a r e g la d to le a r n sh e is g a in in g in h e a l t h . Air. a n d Airs. E a r l K n i c k e r b o c k e r a n d C lifto n I.o u c k s .a n d Aliss E th e l B o ice o f P o u g h k e e p s ie , re t u r n e d S u n - d a y .a f t e r s'p e n d in g a AA'-eek to u r i n g Ih r o u g h th e co u n try , coA'ci--ng a dis- ; ta n c e o f n in e liu n d r e d m iles a n d e n ­ jo y i n g c a m p life., taking- in S a r a t o g a L a k e , L a k e G e o rge, L a k e C h a m p la in an d man.A- o t h e r in t e r e s t i n g p laces. Ail-, an d Airs. E . R o e k e f o l le r , m o t o r ­ ed to V a la t ie S u n d a y , a t t e n d e d th e (UuLUtauqua, a n d v i s it e d R e v . P a r i s a n d fam ily , re t u r n i n g to th e i r h o m e , Aronda.v n i g h t. O ttis T r ip p a n d fam ily , re t u r n e d A ionday to th e i r h o m e in P o u g h k e e p ­ sie, a f t e r sp e n d in g a Aveek v.dth th e i r cousins. AIi-s. S u s a n B a c h m a n , h a s re tu r n e d a f t e r sp e n d in g several Aveeks in S p r in g - POST CARD DELIVERED AFTER SEVEN YEARS On Tuesday, Air. and Airs. Charle.'-- A. Elliott of Catskill received a card mailed on Octoher 21, 1914, at-ITlster Heights, Ulster Co., ha\ung been near­ ly seven years in reaching its desti­ nation. Since then the nartj- referred to has died. 1 Aveek e n d g u e s t a t th e h o m e o f h e r brotherinlaAV , Air. a n d Alrs.- Jo s e p h HeeneA'. Afrs. W illia m H e e n e y , AA-as a S u n - d a y g u e s t of h e r soninlaAv, and d a u g h ­ te r , Air. a n d Airs. W illia m C. K lin e , of A lbany. Aliss 1-ottie D u n h a m , is a b o a r d e r a*- th e L i n d e n w a l 'i , th i s Aveek. d'he K jpdei-hc.olc b a n d , .gav'e a d e ­ lightful concert Saturday evening, a vei-y la r g o cro w d b e i n g in a t t e n d a n c e Claude Legs'ett, o f W e s t G h e n t, v/as a n o v e r S u n d a y g u e s t o f h is parents. Air. a n d Airs. G r a n t L e g g e t t, o f B r o a d J a m e s A liller o f A lb a n y , a fo r m e r re s id e n t, w a s a Sunda,y g u e s t o f K in - dei-hook frien d s . MAKORTON Alanorton, Aug. 3—Air. and Alr.s. W; X>. L y n k , th e M isses M a b e l B e n t on and Theodore Randall an-d Stairley Lynk all jo i n e d AVith gome friends in n fa m i ly p i c n i c a t C o p a k e L a k e S-atur- d a y a f t e r n o o n . Aliss R e n a S o t t o n g .and co u s in fro m B r o o k l y n , AI P h i l l i p s fro m S p r in g - field, A lass., a n d J i m C o llin s o f B r o o k ­ lyn, Avere OAxn- S u n d a y g u e s t s o f .Air. a n d A irs. ,Iohn Sottcn,g. M r. a n d M rs. A r t h u r L y n k , Alis.s R o s a l i a L y n k a n d Irv i n g a n d E lia s L y n k v r e n t w ith a p a r t y o f frie n d s on it p ic n i c to C o p a k e T^ake rii-.nday. M r .an d Airs. A r c h ie C o o n s sp e n t S u n d a y in R h i n e b e c k a n d R o c k C ity. Air. a n d Airs. C o m p to n H o v e r of GermantOAVn, Airs. A lfre d C h r i s t i a n of Syi'cicuse a n d Ati-s. D i r e k e r a n d daugh­ te r o f A iab-am a , a l l c a ll e d on Air. a n d Airs. C. D. C o o n s S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n . Air. a n d Airs. G e o r g e D, W e a v e r sp e n t F r i d a y in L a k e v il l e . Airs. C h a r le s L. C o o n s sp e n t th e la t ­ te;- 1 .art o f th e w t ’i bf>;- ter, Airs. F r e d W ild e y of I J v i n g s l (•!•. Aliss T h e o d o r i a R a n d a l o f L i n e r ly is Ausiting Aliss M a b e l B e n to n . Air. a n d AIi-s. AY. D. L y n k sp e n t •■lund.ay in H illsd a le . THE COXSACKIE UNION PURCHASES NEW PRESS E d i t o r R i c k a r d o f th e “C o x .saekie U n i o n ” h a s in s t a ll e d a ne.Av C a m p b e ll C y li n d e r C o u n t r y P r e s s in h is ncAv q u a r t o r s in th e P r e n d e r g a s t bnUdine- on I h e - n o r t h sid e o f - R e e d .street. On F r i d a y h e Avill b e g in m o v in g hi.s p l a n t j fro m th e U n io n b u i l d i n g to hi.s neAV q u a r t e r s . ChufehtOAvn, A u g . 3—^Alrs. David R o b e i 'ts a n d so n o f T a g h k a n i c a n d M rs. E d g a r H a l l e n b e c k a n d d a u g h t e r o f B r o o k l y n sp e n t F r i d a y w i t h . M rs. Jo r d o n M iller. A liss D o r o t h y S h e ld o ji v isite d M iss Pearl Myers Sunday. M iss E t h e l M i l le r o f A l b a n y is v i s i t ­ in g M rs. F l o y d W e a v e r . M iss C o r e t t a A llen w a s a re c e n t - g u e s t o f her- siste r , A liss B i r d e l l a A l­ len a t H u m p h r e y v ille . s A liss A lyra S h e l d o n a n d A d a m M il­ le r re t u r n e d w i t h M r. a n d M rs. N o r ­ m a n P l a s s to N e w Y o r k . T h e y m P - to r e d doAvn a n d w ill r e t u r n T h u r s d a y . M r. a n d Airs. P l a s s s p e n t so m e tim e W ith th e m . Air. a n d A irs.-L e w is A l a r s h a ll e n t e r ­ ta i n e d c o m p a n y fr o m H u d s o n ov e r th e w e e k - e n d .' Air. a n d M rs. G e o r g e G o h l, P e t e r A liller o f H u d s o n a n d Aliss E t h e l ATil- le r o f A lb a n y w e r e c a l le r s on frie n d s here Sunday evening. Air. a n d A irs. R a y M e r r if ield of A l­ b a n y Avere re c e n t g u e s t s o f h i s ' p a r ­ ents, Air. and Airs. Philip Merrifield. Airs. A lelinda S h e l d o n a n d W illia m A liller w e r e SundaA; g u e s t s o f M r. a n d A irs, J o r d o n A liller. M i l d r e d E a g e r h a s re t u r n e d h o m e a f t e r sp e n d i n g so m e t i i u e . w ith h e r siste r , M r s . 'W illiam S w a r tz. Aliss D o r o t h y S h e ld o n is visiting-A ir. a n d Airs. A l b e r t D U n b a r a t G ienco Aiuis. H a r r y P l u m m e r o f N e w Y o r k h a s b e e n y i s i t i u g h i s m o t h e r , A irs. A d a P lu m m e r . D o n a ld W e a v e r re t u r n e d h o m e S u n ­ d a y a f t e r s p e n d in g se v e r a l d a y s w ith h is g r a n d m o t h e r , M rs. L u e l la AAteaver a t H u d s o n . S e v e r a l fro m h e r e a t t e n d e d th e fe.s- tiv a l a t G ienco M ills' on F r i d a y eAten- Alrs. Iv a R o s s m a n s p e n t S a t u r d a y n i g h t w i t h - M rs. F r e d D e c k e r. ; R e v . W . E . I ’a n n e r w a s in N cav Y o r k . A londay a n d T u e s d a y on b u s in e s s . SILVERNAII^. S ilv e r n a ils, A.ugu,st 2.-—D o m in ick F i a n d o l a , AvhO h a s b e e n s p e n d in g few w e e k s a t th e h o m e o f M r. a n d Airs. C. S. H e m e n w a y , re t u r n e d to h i s h o m e in B r o o k l y n S a t u r d a y . D r. F . B; W e a v e r • o f H y d e P a r k s p e n t S u n d a y a t th e h o m e o f h i s p a r ­ en ts, M r. a n d Airs. N . W eav-er. , M r. a n d M rs. B. W . F i n k l e e n t e r ­ ta i n e d re l a t i v e s fro m H o llo w v ille la s t Sunday. . H . ~ W . Dex'AA’a y p f th e B r y a n t & C h a p m a n Co., Avas i n th i s p l a c e S a t ­ u r d a y . M r. a n d Airs. A. H . W teaver a n d d a u g h t e r , H e len , .spent S a t u r d a y a f t ­ e r n o o n a t S a l t P o i n t. E . H . F u n k is g a t h e r i n g h a y o n th e A. a n d E . S m i t h fa r n i . • Air. a n d A irs. C. J. H o y s r a d t o f A n ­ c r a m L e a d A lines w e r e in th i s p l a c e T h u n s d a y even in g . Let The Hudson Republican Cor­ poration do your priming. CLERMONT; ! C l e r m o n t , Aug.. 2 . ^ L e w i s \Van Al-^e sty n e , o f K i n g s to n , c a lle d on h i s siste i i Airs. H a r o l d W ilso n , J r ., on th e 26th-- Air. P a r r o t , M r. P h i p p s a n d M iv R iventam -gh o f t h e G e n e v a E x p e r i m e n t: S ta tio n , a m i M r. B u c k h o l t z o f th s . F a r m B u r e a u , Avere -in C lerm o n t, M o n -, day. T h e y a r e in s p e c t i n g o r c h a r d s v a r i o u s p a r t s o f th e c o u n ty . G e o r g e W . S a u lp a u g L , h a s p u t al c e m e n t w a l k fro m h is h o m e to tin ? ' T h e l a w n - p a r ts '' f o r t h e b e n e f i t o f thei^' A lanor c h u r c h , w h i c h Avas h e l d a h G e o rg e W . S d u lp a u g h ’s W e d n e s d a y ,^ w a s a g r e a t success. T h e g r o u n d s w e r e t p r e t t i l y l i g h t e d w i th J a p a n e s e la n t e r n ^ a n d a l a r g e cro w d o f p e o p l e w h o earner fro m v a i’io u s p l a c e s en j o y e d th e occa-* Sion,, a n d th e d e licio u s ice- cream jf. cak e , etc. Airs. Harold Wilson, Jr., and two? children made a visit at Copake Lake4 from Tuesday until Thursday. M rs. C h a r le s W ; P o t t s , h a s b e e n f entertaining company including heij. son,Wesley, who arrived U’hursday. M rs. W a l la c e P o u c h e r , H e l e n D e c k - .- ,e r a n d A n n a P o l i s h e r n e r e n j o y e d ' ai. rid e to R h i n e b e c k la s t T h u r s d a y . O n ’P h u r s d a y , D r . H . D u . .B: M u lf ordh w a s a c a ll e r in C lerm o n t. R o b e r t K in g , a n d R o b e r t K in g , J r .„4 w e r e in C l e r m o n t th e la t t e r p a r t oIT th e w e e k . ' A n u m b e r of p e r s o n s fro m C ler-.' m o n t a t t e n d e d th e so c ial a t F r a n k f Fing-ars. A irs. G e o rg e H u n t , a n d d a u g h t e i v . c a lle d on h e r m o t h e r , M rs. Jo h n W a t- . son,- S u n d a j . . A c c id e n ts- to I avo c a r s h a p p e n e d i S u n d a jv in t h e . n o r t h e r n p a r t of t h » Au-llage. O n e Avas a P e n n s y t e a n i a car,*, a n d th e o t h e r fro m N e w Y o r k city*. B o t h w e r e remoA’-ed h y Avrecking cars*. T h e N e w Y o r k p a r t y w a s ta k e n tof- S a r a t o g a S p r i n g s h y W e s ley P o t t s ir?i Air. a n d Airs. C h a u n c e y P o t t s , a n d t d a u g h t e r V iv ian , ca l l e d a t G. WIT .S a lp a u g h ’s S u n d a y , on th e i r w a y ta f O n e o n ta . ^ Airs. A lerw in L a s h e r ’s d a u g h t e r lEf: q u i te ill. } DAY UNE'STEAMER ! HAS CRACKED SHMTf Announcement is made by officialst of the Hudson River Day Line that theifc. s t e a m e r -W tesh in g t o n I i - v in g w ill be*- o u t o f co m m issio n fo r th e m o n t h ofT A u g u s t In lo o k i n g o v e r t h e m a c h in e r y ^ o f t h e b o a t in N e w Y o r k on 'Y tednes— d a y n i g h t th e e n g in e e r i n g fo r c e di.s- co v e r e d a c r a c k _in th e p r o p e llo Y s h a f t . T h e A Y a shington I r v i n g Ava.-» ta k e n to F l e t c h e r ’s y a r d , H o b o k e n , Avhere th e shaft- v/iil be re p l a c e d a * so o n a s p o s s ible. D a y Lin-e servlctj; b e tw e e n A l b a n y a n d N e w Yoi-k AvilE b e m a i n t a i n e d by th e H e n d r i c k K'Ud-'-’- so n a n d th e R o b e r t F u l t o n . Th(-> s t e a m e r D e W i t t C lin to n w ill ru n b e ­ tw e e n N e w Y o r k a n d P o u g h k e e p s ie^ a n d th e s t e a m e r A l b a n y b e t w e e n Netv^ Y o r k a n d NeA v b u rgh. ^ w u e i E ’s QOLDmBEOM ■ M a l t 'a i - A ’d H o p S y m p /N f Flavor W ill Win Your Favor At last we have succeeded in.producing, ihe ideal .Malt Syrup for riiaking a delicious and satisfying iereper-ance -diink. BEST BY TEST f boiling * 111 STRAINING Bccputr to ££t Arkr-t you AV'ant you r.r.:y vsry the prpportl-ons of dilution. (One pound of syrup per gallon c.f vatcr— racrc er he?:;.) Weigel’s Gold Ribbon b the n'-timzic predae: of P'' Master Brewers’ experience.— A bi;gbiy conres- frated extract cf Ma't and Hops, r-.iil- fully cor.ibined for making rhe most s.Tti-jfvjpg beverage. You’Jt lika i-r and .yo-i -./111 iusirc .-n ha-.'ing it rcpcraedly. , PREPARED OUICKIjY . ^ READY 'QUICKLY' GONE QUICKLY S’scbscl in caccs c f 2 aoz. 214 lb. cans—5 g a l, co,-ris, Rh-jirS — Yz hhis. 300 ihs.—hois. 600 Xhs. Maniifactured in the Hedrick Brewer^/ % ROBERT WEIGEL. Ine. ALBANY; N. Y. 410 C E N S K A li A Y E . SHI? YOUR HAY AND STRAW ; Q V,A ■ I ■hCatskiii Evening Lino and Saugercies S-teamboat Co. W HAY Receivers anti ristributors .Uain u a l c e : Ci f : STRAWn ite a i u 'h ; t atek U l KAOPilte {.hu. v i o v 'rl. N. lU We make retiirus more jiromptly than any otlun' (y |■'(•'OU<:em ill- the hn.'^iiiess. Make n.s prove -it. Ws e iyvrant your biisiiip.s.s and you m-r-d ciir

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