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THE KATO TIMES COMBINING THE CROTON I ALLS \NEWS\ AND \FOLIO.\ (ESTABU* ••' OIN 1878 > VOL. XXX No. 3. KATONAH, N. Y., FRIDA\ , A I NFi 5, 1008. SI.50 A Y.'-\k A Hardwood Floor of any Color You may Choose for $2.50 Vicinity Correspondence * The News of Our Neighboring Villages]\and Hamlets Briefly but Tersely Told. DIVISION OF EARNINGS. I - lours u Inch are in l.» i pin >r i onditioii to be im- piov cdvv ith v arnisli alone cm '>i_ made to lnutatt- a gemma lurdwm nl ri. H ,r viuh this law p.uuiu d (ii cuing S\ stem '1 li's pp K .I sa il' •< i ii' t ri i]• 11• o tin - si r\ i' « s ' f Jil. 'li. SSI '-li-ll lshcr Ih. (,r.i: t iki s tl <_ i .,. .1 . , , 1 . • lit -1 rv f t't'tl II. i\. til . s II! l.'l ^ f. I IV. «• i;. ' i ex;.. c SOMERS • ii i.n- ^ 'I • I . ( . i 1 . v I >' II I t \ ! i 1 i i' i ' i \ Kellogg & Mead. KATONAH N. Y. Hoy! Brothers Company funeral Directors and Dccnsed Embalmcrs General Department Store I T Tin; AIM <>r «>i K ^n >i;i: 1 I I ll.t \ c \V ll.lt I K'< I| '!< ' W.I 11 I . ,111' I tn --(II trin - tiling with ti nth, .it ]>n- <•< s that an- III-I n.irht Our regular customers know this fact. Wr arc show mo a lin e Inn- ol' Shirt Waist Boxes, Folding Screens, Piazza Chairs in all i:i\nli-s in WicUri ami K. it tan. F,awn Swings, Lawn Seats, and Folding Canvas Chairs. A laruc\arii t \ >i Child rens Wagons, and Dolls' Carriages. Thci <• ai i' -i'\ era I [iiiiiiN that [Hi t tin-. •sil c <|uit<- l>y M M-IT . a in l tin- Sale Prices are extraordinarily low and at­ tractive. We ll;l\l- PXJK 'i IrtlO'-il \\ Ol 1\ 11) I • 1 1 III Hill Upholstery Department ami iviilc ran^r c of all tin- luh-s t <li >^ r iis ir rc-ci>\ orinn \our furniture, anil wo 11 bo ploasod to < r i\r \nii o-tiniato^ o n anv w ork ilo.-irod . We Are at Your Service f I EOYT BROS. COMPANY iSiakmah, N. Y. Som e C 'inslilerable Improvements have been mad e in the highways of the t ,wn, notably r>n the lull just south of Somei s Oentt-i wher e Coinniisfioner Fl I ha s graded , widened and great ly inipr< .vi 'd what f ir years was a steep nan w • urvmpf hill Mtt- Hutry Reynolds aud HODS, of YotiUers enjoyed ;i \ii-it with Mr and , Mrs Frank Reynolds In re the last of the w«ek |.I\IM 1 l,« I has aft\ rd l • ii' ing >f in. 1 wl i tai/ s-ive i lea in g i lldli, • 1 h til' an oj. •ill-.' s l ' le 1 u • n t/i.i •pelt V It marks the i road makin g H'-ml >cks da m •ltunily f \ r the Si ii\»is villag e : t il the town > : iken advan- .VIl-l - the Ii . I .1-, I. • ' l.\ pi 1 i L-I i' i.i i - ,i • i , older f\r li . * Vuliiii,, '\t 'i -tat- load, and 111- u' I I '• VI' \ II • (.'111 I' ilieil tUe fa iii :'. ' i - ii S.ii.d > but Alth \Uirli tie- iv I. i eoiidiii urn have Ii ' n iini'-'i illv _\o f.ii un abun­ dant puis- vi-d ' , i lie same conditions «!«• .idvei —• t> i»i • - rai'i i growt h ot • un H IMI-UI , I i- i pp. Be tho law of i \i ']peii6 !ii i' in will apply ia this case. Thoma s J >M S has been spending the pan: week at Sherburne Four (Jor- neis havin g ivws, and shipped two carloads • f the very hest Holstei a spring, is yesterda y These will b e vu sale at the Wilson (J. Todd farm, Bu­ rners, ary time after Saturday, June t As Mr Junes has a well koown repu ­ tation for dealiup in first class stock this will be an exeellent opportunity l 'i r farmers in this section to secure som e high grade cattle. CROSS RIVER Ch .1 sion ly wa-s t the in - T. ' nes - tiitii Dr - fi.11 I. • fal in to • Ing .111 Mhlf-i has takiu posses- 1,1 tie t' arn 'I- b'.->int ss tormrr- I I\! 11 S Ilia 1 '1 he butiness THE COUNTY TRUST COMPANY, White Plar.s. N.Y.. credited to its depositors on May 29th , interest amounting: to $17,378.04, for six months ending May 31st, 190 8 Since July 1st, J903, * total .of $J23,404.0o ha s been returned to depositors as interest cn their daily balances. These figures plainly show the value of a Trust Compan y to its home community . Total Resources, SMay 28th, 1908, $1 ,5 (9,434 ,8: tit: 11 :=f£ 1 i.< 1 I ' \) ' , I- , IV I ' . U\ 1 1 I S \1 W , k tak 1 - I.. I •III pit tloll <'f 1 ii last week the I bllsi- bllsv HIS hv 11 M PURDY STATION braai I at 1 win II way • Mis, lem, Cr b- - itnid 1- ui iiu.i : ' - ' • 1 IS' • .\': a .1 1 Al'l'd p 1 r tin lie land can 1 f rents. 1- Ldua II Sini' 1- visi'ing h> 1 u • r vvrl, '1 Law f l .h p,.el i.l e I 11 tl. > v\ .-1: H> \sill a.s . 1 un 11 II, an I ealve^ in v \ \ I } g 1 we.-t •e ha I u • lie aply in ui Hvnti • f. 1 a 1 Riv 1 tills «• • 1.11 B I I; 1 South gia 'i l| arn :• at \7 \7 • I) c ra.i 'tl D-iv lv> , • so. , i.dlj 1 1 •I .y u the 1-rilVl - '• ••• 'I el as u -'i ti I n 1 h v It 1 'U- 1 i as- - l.e '1 .W.'I - v. a li-l.T. I- ' \l - v 1- • I I!' til t his v ear was 1 the aft- I'll • . '\ the M.llii I ~ d bv d-tie 1 1 al. 1 1 . !. I la- d bv ' ! iv 1 11 v 1 I t w. p ; p ninth f- .- 'ueihi' fl rt y r.-. 1 1 .'t b, si - iv it p . i .', I ('hail's Wall, familial Iv Ktioivn 11s | \dilines , was .rial^i • d b. f..n 1'. lie.-| Justice Mo..re 1 i'l the i?. . 1, ch.irpe 1 with b^e.il.n u' in 11 I ' d *-al\\ii lie \ VM.S i- 1, mi. \• I : . • iii I'I di fault . •!' ?l 1 1 all t await 'I . Plan I nil} .\\.Ii. 1 ill 1 ii •• la - 1 . 1 1 ii 1 i .p 1 s. v . 1 a I I iv - vv ii ,111 1 ' ' i t I i , fill 11 I h< 'i 1 11 it\ 1 I ...I 1 - ! .v al'l alien.1 t 1 his • lilt 1 •• atr.iii Mis, U od and M \111.1. are tin K' H '-U \1 Mi s S M s tew wi 1 ks. Mrs Isaac Kipp, Miss Kipp, Mis y u ^' l.aiie, Mi ant Mrs Slaule ,md Mws Fssn- Slui/le n't- n I'd 'he fiitn-nil if a 11 lat 1 v.-, at I) i lib 111 v ( .1111 , 11 1 11 I iv 1 e-f \ -p. 1 ial tn 0 1 Mi p f the fill-tors \f ir s h\ Idtsiii, t ealleil for Jutu mh f.>r in. |.I -I| I • '\ votiii).' ti i.iise S;,u linn •'a-a new HI h. .1 bull Imp uud Jrln UdiI f..r a new site \ ill ig\ ta\\s will b » due nest we^k, Collector Hiooks sittirp at the c >rpor ati >n looms for the Hist time M\U'lav „ - . . Miss R J SilTclc, aciMi! panied by _ ^pffeidd m conse.jueLce. i ^ B i:i iza bet h Vomer, ret-.lined early eflo'n of the trees and preen ' this week from Seattle, Vvush., where ttc y have been in attendance at the d-a'iib--I iitnl Imi'ral •>( the fo r in'a br .tln-t- aw i% ' |! 1 ' - I o Broad Brook farm SI 111 I o\v III JlM 'hi n r.i -l.'in 11 N \ ii I) hl^ll t ML -8 1 h'li Johi, B . 1 . f s L u!s, Jwti s last wci k a pu s f M.^ J tin 8 Fun hl .ei Ic and ' .11 Mo lillth sail'd for Europe . I >id it rain M lie nal Da>'- Tin re W.n • 1 idlcalions 1 f v in s .m, I ntUties <Ju 1 a/ t he aftei n .011. -- SVe f *iled to make conuoctlou in 'ti ^Wbl 'apDear in print last weei<. We hi Iside in the water i. f the 1 ike a* the n irningf'ti of Wednesda y pictured it d vvu tin upli tin 1< pths fiotn a fac. if tin- wat- r iv is and 1 it • .- tlit - rd 1. tl-, •\ ,. n. / r Sill-.{ S in I iv. M M) ,| f si,;Y. 11 I-* wh 1 p.is-ed Pure Milk Cream 1 . , ,u 1 1 , Butter > resh or Salted as prefetred . R , . ! I„ -' Buttermilk -- 1 ... I 1 . ill , 1 J -','11 . - I'. .1 vico .. UED1-0RI) STATION BY FARfl, I 1 . ,.l . 'SM-\ '.It Kino u <•', Doyle Brothers, Katonab, Telephone 31-y-2, A I UANK5& SON. nount Klsto, 1 . i 1 li , II I n were IU' ' in I ,U is '-I' •e,l 'Inl 1. - 1 ir fuii , 1, 1 1 I 1, 1, 'i. t 11. :I.T • 1 1 V 1 ' ' as ', - U'l'l-'l' 1 1 111)' tl.T-'I .e|. , | u I i'j \ ii,- lit 11 was i n u , . - ' n| leasa! t an I dis 'Vproeabl d i> 1 an vm • • ..it t b e t epiitai ion ' \1 , »v -i PI . nth. ui iwiilibtaii 'lna; 1 suit- of varum.-, \dry\ tlecti m Tno Hue 0PVV c:ir \f i) DoWn : >> . .f Croton Falls, is secu hen .na-. . aily and p'esent s a got d appeal.n Our neighbors uutbiile. if tin« v.li c- ai e rapidly pdulDg the uiLk? .1 11 autuista At present tlu 1'hf o 1 seems to he the Maxwell, although '1 Th t .as of Thomas L Find) stil 1 h ! - ihe pre eminence in Its owiur' s ce 'iu ti n and he has thoroughly te .-t. I un It . all borts of coiniitious lhe Ladie s Aid Society . f t' e M 1 1 hutch will hold a snial and si.,,.; 1* th. usideilc e ot Mis (\hloe l'.l 11 • ..•! lost Wednesday evening li w . i .ndoiit tedl) be a very pleasant ...1 . M .11 and Mrs Bloon c r, who is m 1 f the vet. i an 11 jem 1 rs ..r tin ch \ I ', wll be very pleased pi • ' ' many .uei 'd s and ni -ighb >ls at ev. at It aflords much pleasure to am ouu> < tin I 'ontinu'd bnprov emeut in heal . if Lx S ipervisoi Isaac l'unly. A!, c in 1 fjons now point to a complete !•• ov< rv • r h 's former health. His 1 • : • liti. 11 at one tin..; w.ts eritinil in tl extrem e N II Miin'i was in town on S 11 la) List ui.il rep.uts business in l'leafiu ' villi-as lump very ui >'>il and hiphlv satlsfaetory Marshall Courseu ami family .11 >• movin g |-.ito the plfHSMut >1111 • r 11 i 1 ove r lie sto n I is a 'ei v Jfsinii h .iM-1 roomy i|>'.i lling The condition* 1 are sujh that m-ylieh .tu I la.wu mowers are uceessaiiiv k- 1 1 111 consta.H motion in order ti keep the i.rnwih 1 f prr »s Q in ui.y s- 1 1 of c -i. trol l'robably Augus t wil' tell cn ol her tale \iis A Wuii .i -.-y I .oti .leil '\s at tu-. fi- i-ei 'titie e f->r a vvhilo as hei health it, ..i ' i vi -ry 5 '<u.l. Shu hits ii\t reall. ic'n\'f. ii'tnir. 'h e » fi'x'a of the ran v ..1 .ivlc >' toe Hiowsicr train, in iv. 1 s 1 I-' -. 1 j . te, udlod a ..,l IU utc 1 1 he c n.p ,n) Lab -ettled '.vi 'h hei. ho,/. • 1 11. , -vitbei . ...ii:g Ihey h >v . i:.*ii i 1 • •J 'O'IP- I 'hut tho at' wl id I.U.le, eti •i .e. t.i i'. ill c ARM0NK s l ..n • i * i •• Mi 1. i:. 1 I', • • t , Vil- J ,* • v\ 1 . Jf 11 Abu I ,v, II t w ) c.ii s M. - ^C— lie 11 1 VV \ . H I tin- h f |. • 1 ts! \ 1 w i!k, I Illv I 1*1 . ! • man l . 1 -ufi'i . d I 'oin a.. the tl 1 a* vv hi, n l i-i 1 dt v el 'HOllsi) ''.at It vv .is i.e. .-ssary I ' s '.id r to the not;! er \ in of ti.e stale New Y .rk, The Invig..ratr .-,* air -vnabrn. li 1 .: : ly f, 1 a sh rt tin.e I'I i the i\.vagvR , r 11 consuiiiptive .i-easec . HI n t he appeased She iter wan taken to l'ast Norwn k, her e sin- '-i.i . imihed Miss Ueirian I 'asvvell ri 1 , 1 HI in Mount Kiso a s •i-llftu n ii'tli\ ' towu and ii sls'er, Vtd Daniel 1. . .\, restd- « there Th- •eased was about tv.-niysi x veals ' ii(je 1 i .ii-i.il setvici s wi le h.-l I at 1 -t Xoivv.iik ' n 'Ihiiis lav an I i.iirial •• as in tin t'a'i dy plot in Whl' e Fl di s \iletei y \i arri'- ' as s!ie V.HS laii.u ' ly call, d bv dl, had a h .si el' fli, nds .Ithel'hli.ii, ua- l.u Iv a\ei 1 d .v 1 i 1 '.H - II , 1 II v ,' . .li In- ' ta-jn NAARDE\ FARM \LLM NORTH SALEM SHOR v 10RNS ii 1 T'.ttl- , of V \ > • t lv • ' S .'Mird .iy and Sun, I iv -vith • iten-e \ al 1 a! Fa Siesta d Vis o ( Hatv h, \ New v, w<?re :i e pii'.ntH last Sunday Maria 1 - I in. li at M.ipl- Mi 'IV. Vis Mr \--rk . ' V 1.11 n. 'I le bill II daiiee ai 1 is! 1 I 'd iv iiit'lit vv 1 and a g pi •sent ' \KV.I-R - ( ( 1\.' I'll. 1 AMII > ( OW Mil K AM) I i Sl/F AM) ( (.Aslil L 'i GM BLLl v A1AL.-5 J' « Wcrk Olv. \.X Ml. I - : : u' 1 HAY $25 Hill \1 .1 lug ! 1 ime \v ,i, 1 I 1 li.- tni'isi' F.v 111 _* 1 Hi's I lv 'ided ', .v'ld bv all was PLEASANTVI LLE 3 \olU .• neai Iv Mis \l 1 pi. s 1. i.e. ip. D F of s* ,| Pile Salem was to will.- I Ml ii 1 w,. ;i 1 s' 11 i^s • e I n 11 II I 1 pi CS' \V ln.ini I) Jills ' I ' - , of H IVV III. u'lf-ib • M 11 vt . \ id 1». err o k in i: -ilf id bail it' ' n J nt • n 111 N w Mrs ire at Vis, THE HORSE AND HOUND r i- 1 I N > ave be. . ' « i -eil ' Ii- I Sdi-ll. te.lll aved • 'li Ah I d Ilollii r, Iii Iii) It 'illiei leriean. with theii f.im- . d rp flolll tin !1 v.tv -Ull'met resldetn 1 in >as bt en il' vv it h an s aioui.d apain as av Stia-ipe il! th s hey 8 l ii aid o T -i tl .Still '.'.:< 1'ut i iiauv-'i at ,he Byin^tunV a'C T '.' b'.' i' P wad iHl« of in,\ :•! ..n-iiit'.-\ <J \ids of tiiese.'iyo' 'incn • i-i '< '•• atfvrd.ii e and excellent 'llll .-|e. in' e.VI.1) .- .1 i tKv I till oviv ?nj. yed tlu - n ft.\ Messis \lf 1 I O H. S'h s, have un lues to tin 1 s village Fran k IMI . 'tiLk of jai . .- ml ueinuiial uei viem iviie In Id in the v it mus cliuri Ins ,ei e on undiiy ev en- At the 1 rst M \'. ihui.hadele c 1111 'ii from Croiuwell i'-ht, (. A K, ' Wtiilc Fl tins, v.ei • presfij! by 111- v '.ttiou of H-v Dr Saufoid i he iiicleiiu-iit wether oT Meinoiial Day cau»3ed much disappointment tieie .ions s elsewhere Ho'teve r ih-ru wi re pilto a U'taiber of visitors in town The marriage of Mle° Agnl-.u Hrlggs, f tr ia villi.(,e, to William UucUiou. ... \ew Yoil; city, wiis s- lemm/ed 111 S- Jr hn's cliuri h -..n ?l<-nday at six . look p. tii. On Tuesday .\oung JoLn 1^. Thorn v ,ln bertitfl y i.n iroii i .nd neinl. ktlle 1 ' . bring • JV<.I '.y m . •. ' .. nling He was i>ltchya ne- HOUR a- v hi m l b 1. n cr • f the depot, which '-• 1 sloii' iniiblo wi rk , re .-eivii p a ' ol fraetur. .f h • ar»i. I «as ,»t r : . th ,i h I .'' ' 1.ad rt f. . • c : Is llll liUi 1!. v' , 1 it, 1 • .. thlit Oi U ' -«e .*.il|) T.II- 1 >• '1'. licerii'L b side iiauy othi iu. u> s tin was taKeii a' • in'' to *hi F tr »•' 1 h '•••p.inl, . .te- Ii. i IUT • run.) tu 1 p I,' thi- physli; jrm I .<>, an 1 it lust repoit (i. 1 w us t h 1 ip ,iit hk i\ t.i ri -n'.ir Satur. . lhntely [\ st; 1 have the S a ) ate a g.-n'leii Dny w is in,l always like t. v i.-it us a-, tie of fi Hon s an 1 '10 ku keiH Tin- s.,, J 11. • t bovs are hav.ng times tl.. si .lavs at S.il.-m C. utei several are eneiiu p-d th-i c at pri It is c.-i t'atnl) cute an addition t- t o .v n Arthii'' H Y.i'. is sirvinp on the 1 liirv it Wliiti I'liiiiis for the June ' term ' Thei- wei.-.s.-\end vit -itoi s ai IV11 Lake mi M-m -rial D.i\ but th. ir s |i ut was spoiled 111 in 1 • 1.nt of th ^ un u : ,ent weather Mi and Mrs L, W Nuholp atnl twi) of Fhlladi hia, a.e nt th.'ir ounlrv hi..nj f >r 'i few came i,p in their auto Kli 'I I'radley has sold his f -um t .i a Mi Noiiui'.. oT White I'lain.s William D. Hjder is wo.kieg i.t Ciir- niel at present. M's 3 Able- IF :V.iil, of N \w \mk ' ity, wps at her in le s. }• T 1.' 11' 1 . ver \Ji 11i1ir1.il 1 D r .1^ u 1 ' v Frni st 1,1. bain y o n W. I-in nds !.et' -f }' piii'ie.l t lenrr < f 11 - e • - i\ I , \ f I-' I 'I. • 'is In. ,1 ' • b en a-v iv fo » a 'v- cor -, diip: , 1 < 11 i |, u r .-'V , loads of tip vi 1 v 01 il II. 1 .»•. e;c- wl i h will be f- 1 P .I . th -I l ' 1 I s \ | I \ | \ \1hs h \HKt\< LLNCHLON AND 'I EA I ii I' •! s . \|) '\ (,\MH.l \l .\ Vol OK KLI'AIK -i l .lri.l,.... K \tl-W ' I .,. I -i f - 1 .l.Jvair . OLD FURNITURE SHOP .sOLTIl S\liM ^ Y Only Old Furniture Sold N« reproductions o f ( lavs They Qnl\ One Price L*<*rvtl .in, 1 a*<>n.»l'tr .'..,11.- 1 1 •narked at anij sold •din sd •)• ! I5 ..II s ecu • ici-rs 11 •k pa^ Ml BLACKSMITH SHOP 1 si 111 ; • \\ im-- .eg 1 : 1 r !ir'n, s-'ine. lay, June ( V air t I B H TT'PNER ^OLT! I SA1.CM, N Y Shoeing at Lowest Prices l.ENt«AL KFP MR.'

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