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L AND SEE THE GOODS Mount Kisco News The Goings, Comings, and Social Happening s of Northern Westchester's Hustling Village. •J Mall* Clots at tht Post Offloa: GOING NORTH. 7.00 a. m. 13.19 p- m - 4-13 P- m- 6..a» p.m. GOING SOUTH. 7-57 »• «• 10.45 a. m. 3 31 P- m. 5-32 P-m. 7.47 p.m. DEWITT BENEDICT CROTON FALLS CROTON FALLS. delicacies in Westchester County. 1 Mrs. Floyd P. Lobdell still oontifcea ~A. A'. „ ^ 4-!^U n fo ' tr\ ; ..... I *. ^ . . T 1 Miss Julia Crosby, of New York city, was the guest of Mrs. Albert Chamberlin on last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Gussie Abrams made a short visit at her brother's in Orange, N. J., this week. Mr. Clarence Abrams, formerly of this place, has sold his house in Orange, and expects very shortly to move his family to Brooklyn where he purchased a drug store some months ago. Dr. Edwin Chamberlin is having a road surveyed on Jessup's kill, which is a part of the Chamberlin property located somewhat north of the residence of Mrs. Chamberlin. The Sunday School festival at the Pretbyterian church will be held on Christmas eve, December 24th, at 7:30 o'clock. Next Sunday, the 20th, being the Sunday before Christmas, will be observed as ChriBtmas Sunday at. the i*reslvyterian church with music and preaching appropriate for the time. The collection for foreign mis sions taken recently at the JPresby- terian church has amounted to $88, which is not as much as was re ceived last year. Mrs. George Fowler has been quite ill again this week. Our two new bridges over the Croton river are now ready for use, although the lower one has not the 6ide walls completed. This is ex pected to be finished by Tuesday nextj. Rev. R. G. Gibson attended a meeting held at the Presbyterian church in Brewster on Monday for the purpose of organizing a Croton Valley ministerial association. The meeting was well attended arid the organization was effected. The members of the St. Joseph's Dramatic Union are talking about getting up another play. Public school No. 1 closes today for the Christmas vacation of two weeks. Dr. P. X.. Hitchcock has had his automobile, which was 60 badly damaged in his recent accident, put in complete order and was driving it on Thursdst) Rev. F. ll. Divine, of New York, Secretary of the American Baptist Home Mission Socieh, pre sented its cau.-Je in the Baptist church last Sunday morning, with the result that about &12f> was ap propriated. There is a new assistant at the depot in the place of Mr. Masterson Tliere has been no increase of water at the Jnengst factory, which has necessitated closing the shop en tirely ou some days this week and running on short hours when open. Mr. John Franz, who formerly conducted a large bottling business in this place, died on Monday morn ing at his home in Mt. Vernon. He was about seventy years old and had been a victim of heart trouble for a number of years past. This was the tinal cause of hib death. Go to Doyle Bros., Katonah, for your Christmas supplies. Special cs for the holidajs. keep the best line of groct> es, confec tionary, fruits, \ eget.ible .iiid f.iblc Cash discount tickets. Mr. E. M. Butler has completed the stone terrace which he waa building in front of his residence. The work has been very well done and adds an extremely artistic de tail to a beautiful place. Next Sunday the services both morning and evening in the Bap tist chuich will be of a special na ture. The choir will render Christ mas anthems and solos. In the morning Pastor Hunter will preach on the subject, \The Christmas Sign;\ and in the evening, \No Room in the Inn.\ The annual Christmas entertainment given by the children of the Sunday School will be held next Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock in the church. The children will take full charge enter taining by Xraas songs, recitations, drills, etc. The committee in charge has been untiring in their efforts and the program promises to be one of the best ever given. After the entertainment there will u bTT ifkv. distribution of presents.\ Thefre is no charge for admissiou. The 1 puplic is invited to attend. NORTH SALEM Friends here of Mrs. L G. Newman were (surprised to hear of her sudden death lest Sunday rooming She was sick only aweek. She was a very pop ular woman, and a great helper in all the churchea and will be greatly missed both at home aud abroad. W e extend our sincere sympathy to the family. Alfred Howe has been spending sev eral dajs at his home. He is very much improved in health, we ara hap py to state, and looks very much like himself again. Mr, and Mrs. John T. Hunt enter tained several of their friends at tea last Sunday evening. It was a very enjoyable affair. Mrs WE No will, of New Canaan, has been spending a few days with her mother and slater here. to improve, wo are happy to state, ud will be out again soon. Mi. knd Mrs. Aiken Burdick rill move the flrst of April or baton to their new home in Meadow Brook, re cently purchased. We are aorrj to have them go, but what is our loaf Is another's gain. We wish them (all success possible in their departure. Go to Doyle Brothers, K nah, for your Christmas si plies. Spacial prices for holidays. We keep the best I of groceries, confectionery, fru vegetables and table delicacies in Westchester County. Caph discount tickets. An Ideal Chistmas gift—Water man's Ideal Fountain Pen. W. B Fisher, Mount Kisco, has a big stock Plain black, ?2.o0; gold ana silver mounted, f 3.50 t o $8. A point for every hand. CANDY, CANDY , Candy! 10cent* per pound and up. Our stock 1 greater than ever and prices on par with city stores. Come and inspect our candy counter!^) tyoyle Brothers. Cloth All MAILS AMUVK AT POSTOFFICK FROM NORTH. FROM SOUTH, 8.12 a. m. 7.16 a. in. 11.00 a.m. 12.34 p.m. .46 p. m. 4-38 p. m. ,02 p. m. 6.38 p. m. THE KATONAH TIMIS is on sale every week in Mount Kiscp at the stores of Charles S. Ware and Benedict Brothers Subscriptions also taken for the TIMES. either place at $1.50 per year. News and personal items -of local interest respectfully solicited. Wool and Paint Al Paint. Is cheaper than sboiidy cloth or sl.oddy paint. The L & M is Zinc Metal made into Oxide of Zinc, combined with White Lead, and then made into paint with Pure Linseed Oil in thousand gallon grindings and mixings Wears long, actual cost, only $i 20 per gallon. L. & M. Paint Agents John C. Purdy. Croton Falls,Green Bros., Golden's Bridge M. Westcoti, Mabopac, Mekeel Bros., York- town Heights, C. T. Tompkins, Sorners Centre, Notice. The undersigned has purchased a new wood saw and gasolene engine and is prepared to do all kinds of wood sawing, by the cord or by the hour. Your winter's wood 6awed in a few hours Give me a call. Also have a large quantity of wood to sell by the load or by the cord, sawed any length desired. ROBERT TOMPKINS , Croton Falls. If Tel. Company - lis Tel. W. H. Clark - 3S W. H. CLARK r Of Hoyt Brothers Company funeral Directors and Licensed erabalmers, KATONAH, N. Y. W. H. CLARK, Residence, Bedford Road, Katonah, N.Y. Branch Offices; j \ £• ^\ n „ Clark .* Bedford Station I Store, DeWitt Benedict, Croton Falls H. CLARK. TeL. 1I8-Y-6 CROTON FALLS. N Y A S AVERY, TEL. 131 KATONAH. N. Y. ARTHUR S. AVERY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED MODERN EQUIPMENT CROTON FALLS - EMBALMER COMPETENT SERVICE - - - N. Y. CALL S MAY BE LEFT DAY OR NIGHT AT OFFICE OR RESIDENCE OF O H CLARK AND WIL L RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION Miss Caroline Wood, daughter of the Bon. James Wood, has ju *t been app- pointed First Directress of the N. Y. Colored Orphan Asylum. For many years past Miss Wood has been active in the management of this institution. Her work in supervising the construc tion of the new building at Mount St. Vincent has won high praise from her associates. The Modern Woodmen of America have elected the following officers for the ensuing year: OOUDCII , Edward Harder; Adviser, Guy Meres; Secre tary, Fred Oakjey; Banker, Edward Heller;Escort, Geo. Granville; Phy sician, Ohas. F. Chapman. Three new members have recently been received in the order. They are Prof Decker and Dr. Chapman, of Mount Kisco, and Mr.JDisbrow, of Bedford Station. Lsst Sunday Mrs. Emit Schmetter, of Klrbyville, met with an accident. She was driving with her two children on Main street and the accident hap pened not far from the stone bridge. The road appeared solid and frozen over, but there was a hole beneath the crust Into which the horse plunged. Mrs. Schmetter and one child were thrown out and all were somewhat hut. The horse was seriously hurt and will probably have to be shot. Mrs. J. O. Miller, Miss Addle Miller and Miss Zlllah Wright will spend sev eral days next week, including Christ mas, with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Van Tassell, of Mount Vernon. On New Tears day Mrs. Miller will give a large family dinner party. She expects to move the flrst sf April, as Mrs. Tripp, to whom she sold her house some time ago, expects to take possession. Albert French is now the foreman at B. 0. Tompkins* livery. ^ Mrs. Frank Oronk went to New York on Wednesday to spend several days with friends Mrs. Richard Taoner, of Albany, will come here on Saturday to Bpend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wiltse and family. One of the twiu daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fisher is reported very ill with pleuro-pneumonia. Miss Saidee Mead is clerking in Wll- lard Fisher's jewelry store during tue holidays. It is said that a inau from White Plains is to engage in the hardware business in the vacant store in the opera house block. Mrs. Milton Hommel and son left on Tuesday for West Sauaertiee to re main until after the holidays with re latives Mr. Hommel will go next Wednesday to spend Christmas. Mrs. Warren Plersall is confined to her home by illness. The Nike club met on Tuesday af ternoon with Miss Laura Brown, of Moger avenue, Phillip Diebl, of Brewster, was in the Tillage on Monday. Mrs. Shattuck and son, of Albany, are vlcitlog the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Piatt. Mr. and Mrs. J Borden Harriman and daughter and a party of guests were at Uplands over Sunday. B. 0. Tompkins, the liveryman, had to have a horse shot a few days ago owing to its sustaining such Injuries through a fall that shooting was the only remedy Gilbert Ganun is presenting his cus tomers with some very handsome calenders. Townsend Mathews has sent bis colt to Wm. Gulon, of Pleanantville. for training. It is said that the colt shows evidence of lots of speed, . Alfred Roy, who is employed by Benedict Bros., has moved his lamily here from New York and is occupying one of Frank Dronigoole 's flats. Miss ADna Boehmer, of New York, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Frank Suttou, and attended the confir mation at St. Mark's church, of which she is a member. Miss Anna Von Glahn will give a party this evening at her pleasant home at New Oastle Corners. She will entertain about 20 girls. There will be music and games aDd it is needless to say that the, affair will be pleasant as Miss Vou Glabn is always a charm ing hostess. Gilbert Oanuu und Jacob Brower (it- tended a meeting of the Masonic oider in New Y'irk on Monday uic;ht J. B Thorn ia Imvine; a steam li'-it Ing plaur put in his resident'-* W> -it Maiu street Mrs. Eiwat'l Terwi'.Ite-r i, :i .-iht ing In Chi- Waiv'h ct'-re during he holid'*v iu;>!\ Mrs. Clinton Carpenter has been lying in a comatose state since Wed nesday of last week. At this writing she is alive but her death Is expected at any moment. For four years Mrs. Carpenter has been an Invalid, the re sult of paralitlc strokes, but has been able to sit up and visit with her friends. This last attack which has rendered her unconscious came without warning. 8hk bavins been quite comfortable. She Is a very old lady. During her entire sickness her daughter, Miss Laura Carpenter, has been her faith ful and untiring nurse. Last Sunday afternoon at St. Mark's Episcopal church Bishop David Greer confirmed a class of nine. The service was very beautiful and impressive. The church was packed to its doois and many were obliged to stand. A number of the cottagers, who are in town for the winter, came out to at tend the service. On Monday night the Royal Area nums held their annual turkey supper and election of officers for the coming year. There was a large attendance, delegations being present from Port- chesrer, Brooklyn aud other places Grand Regent Becker, of New York, made the principal address and a inu steal program of exceptional merit m»a presented. The fore part of the even in*? was given over to the election of officers and other business, and the fol lowing officers were elected : Regent, Taylor Wilson - Vice Regent, Chas. An derson; Secretary, Wm. A. Guinaud; Collector, W. P Cray; Trearurer, Wal ter F. Grlmmaud; Chaplain, Edward Smith; Orator, Fred Knapp; Guide, Oliver McOane, Jr.; Warden, N. L Newman; Sentry, Clarence Knox. Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Adams and Mr and Mrs. Edward. Terwilliger will spend Christmas in Valhalla as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Palmer. Mrs. Elliott, of Moger avenue, has been quite seriously sick for the past three weeks. A trained nurse is tak ing care of her. The Mount Kisco opera house is humming with life: Thursday even ing Graves' Ideal Company, from New York, gave an entertainment; next Wednesday night the high school alumni will give a party there; Robin- son's moon pictures are booked for January 12 and a dance is scheduled for the 13th. The second high school basket ball team goes to Katonah to play the second high school there tonight. Geo. Thomas and family will spend Christmas day with Harry Smith and family ^ - t Mrs. E. 8. Adams and Mrs. Nettie Seaman visited in Bedford Station on Wednesday the formers nephew, Wal ter Disbrow, who was ill with pneumo nia, but is now better. t Mount Kisco may have a dancing school again this winter. On Sunday, Dec. 27, Rev. Dr. Bel cher, of Five Points Miasion, New, York, will preach at the Sunday morn ing service at the Methodist church. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bur- nans had a dinner party, it being the birthday of Silas Wiltse, the hoateas' brother. Covers were laid for 11. Dr. and Mrs. Ruasell Hibbs came up from New York on Sunday to attend the confirmation service at St. Mark's church. Mr. and Mrs. M,ortlmore Fish at tended a play in New York on Satur day night. Benj. Smythe, of Bronxville, was in the village on Monday evening attend ing the Royal Arcauum entertainment. -(The Independent Fire Company will have an election of officers at their first meeting lu January. Picture framing a specialty*.—A. S. Avery, Tel. 131, Katonah. The physicians at' the hospital for insane at PotTgbkeepsle give encour agement that Mrs. Warren Brundage will be able to return home by March at the latest, her improvement of late being very rapid. Mrs. Geo. Huello and sou, Walter, spent to-day in New York, where Mr. Huelle, cornjjig from Weehawkeo, joined them Bert*Van Dusen, who for a time has been living on the Hudson, waa in the village on Tuesday calling on friends. It is reported that he is negotiating to lease the Hotel Elwood, and if so. will remodel the lower floor, taking out.the partitions to make a large pool room The upper floors would be conducted as a hotel James A. Stagg has sold his cigar and pool table business, which he has conducted for several years in the Briggs building, to Mr A. Blath, man anrer of the Mount Kisco Bottlinpr Works. It is said that Bert Conn will look af'er the business. The store Is now belnsc remod-lled Mrs. J. Bunds'*hu and Frank Bund- schu, of Tompkinsville. 'S I, were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sutton The Guild of St. Mark's had a very attractive OhristmaH entertainment in the parish house ou Wednesday even ing. The audlenei« was entertained by a reader a-id a singer At the opera house last Saturday night the local basket ball team was again victorious hj a scorn of 40 to 33 over the Port Chester team It was an exciting game throughout. The attendance was good Mrs. Louis Boi: evan and Ron re turned to their ciuntry placo on Tucs- d i> a'ternno;) after a week's absence To Give Technical Education \- Mount Kisco is beginning to wake up and take notice; it Bees the need of refor m aud innovation in certain di lutions. No linger an unimportant villuge. It feelH the rt -epont»lbilit,y of its grovjth and progress aud ODO essential requirement is an educational and social center.- Thanks to Principal Lester H. Decker arrangements nave been made to use the high school as a gathering place for those interested in the work of S \fial improvement.. The movement now on foot contem plates the establishment of a sewing class for girls, to be taught by the ladies ot the vicinity. Besides this there will be a carpentry class for boys held on Saturday afternoons, a night school twice a week for the Italian children of the village and a claaadn bookkeeping for the boys and younff men of the neighborhood who want to qualify themselves for business cal lings Subscriptions are now being raised to supply the necessary tools and furniture and many teachers have volunteered their services. A useful Christmas gift from W. B. Fisher's, Mount Kisco stock of fins leather goods, pocket books, card cases, hand satchels, bill books, cigar cases, etc. The new electric light sign In front of the office of the Westchester Light ing Company illuminates Maple avs- uue for quite a distance. Louis Pope has bought a hotel at Jefferson Valley and will take posses sion next Monday, The Avonia minstrels entertained the convalescents at the Loeb Sani tarium at East View on Sunday. They gave a nice performance and In turn were hospitably entertained. Willie, the son of John Potter, who met with an accident on Thursday morning of last week, falling from a wagon and striking on bis head, cut ting it open so that 14 stitches had to be taken, has made a Bpeedy recovery, being able to be out. A. S. AVERY —Dyeing and Cleaning. Agent for Staten Island Dyeing Es tablishment. Mrs. Wm. 8iesel, of Glen Govs, came here on Tuesday to spend the holldays- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tart Mathews. Mrs. A. P. Dunning, of White Plains, came here on Saturday and to spend ing several days with Mrs. J. O. Miller and family. Mrs. Win. J. Halstead is confined to her house by sickness. A trained nurse came on Tuesday from New York to attend her. Her sickness Is in the nature of a severs cold with pneumonia symptoms. Mr. Grapes, who lives in one of Xi. F. Gorham 's houses on Main street, has gone to Florida for bis health. The Presbyterian Sunday school will have its Christmas festivity-*•>» Tuesday evenis-g, Dec, 99, It will bi a cantata. Upholstering, in all ,its. brancbe<|.. First'do^ work,;.Trics «r ««80i^ble.. —A. S.. AVERT , Tel. 1JJ1 iCatoiih'. - (-. Indians in Westchester. One of the interesting addresses at the recent 22ath anniversary cele bration in White Plains was mads by A. C. Parker, who is of Indian extractiou. ^lr. Parker, who is a chief of the Seneca tribe, was former ly a resident of White Plains and represented the State Educatidnal Department at the celebration. T^ie speaker said that previous to the Revolutionary War the terri tory now embraced by White Plains, Tarrytown and Dobbs Ferry was oc cupied by the Weckquaes-gaeks and that the Siwauoys also claimed much of the land south of this region and along the Hudson and the Sound. These tribes, he said, be longed to the Algonquin linguistic' stock. \At the battle of White Plains,\ continued the speaker, \the Indians were stationed on Chatterton Hill, under the command of Colonel Has let. They were in the thickest of the fight and suffered heavily. They con tinued to be active in the campaign of 1777 and 1778 under General Washington in the regiments under command of General Lafayette. In August, 1778, they returned to West chester County.\ Here the speaker said they wer» engaged in several skirmishes and ambuscades, where they fought most gallantly and suffered the privations of the war without n niurtnor. Their descendants, he said, are to-day to be found among the Oneidns, of Wis consin, and the independent nations in the state of New 'iork. \1 must emphatically believe,\ said he. \'that the citizens of Westchester County nod the residentu of White- Pluius owe a monument to their In dian allies for their unHelfis 'i part in the struggle which meunt so much to. them and so little t o them. The best assortment of candy ever- shown here. Fancy boxes. Christ mas candy, und an endless variety of novelties at Hoyt Bros. Co. We have a fine line of Greening and Baldwin apple and fancy table apples. —Doyle Brothers. What a Multitude of Sins Are Covered. The L. Sc M covers defeefs in previ ous painting and wears from io to 15 years, because the X, & M. is pure lin seed oil binder-pure oxide of zinc-pure white lead,'and vou help to make the paint by mixiug three quarts of lrnst-ed oil witu each gallon of paint Its done IU two minutes Makes cost oris Si 20. per gallon L. & M Paint Aujeui.- [ohn C Purdy Croton F .-.'I... ecu I \• ! Golden\s Bridge. M WLSUO, Vuu^p\ j Mtkeel DUK . Vor!;t.nvn H* £bv i Totupkm** Sv *H +^r-»-CeuLu*_ _ .