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LAKE CITY KEWS b y l e a g u e sam e a t Leroy Cole has returned from the North Woods and has accepted his old, position in the paper mill. Mrs. W. H. WestfaiJ is on a '^isit to relatives'at Oneonta. The starting of the paper noil makes business brisk in Lake City. Boxing matches are all the rage in this section. The creek is expected to go out overy day. J a s . B y r o n v i s i t e d a t W r m G r e s s ’ last Sunday. Ira Vedder viaited at Geo. W. Wolever’s last Sunday. Woodriek & Marsh furnished the music for the old-fashioned party at Bert Wolever’s residence in Small’s Bush. Henrv Maxfield of Utica is spend inK H fe.vv' days in town. Our local politicians were down town yesterday trying to save the country. It is rumored that the freight yards of the M. & M. 'will be put in here about the first of April. The yards and tracks are now being cleaned up. This winter has made everything in this part of town quiet. A shot gun might be fired down Lake street after 7 o’clock p. m. without hitting . anyone. Geo. Lewis has resigned his posi­ tion in Quackenbush’s shop and ex­ pects to leave for North Carolina, his former home, Saturday. Miss Emma Thiede has resigned her position in r-he Gem mill to ac­ cept a similar one in Mohawk. Tuesday morning the residents of this n e i g h b o r h o o d heard a g r e a t racket which on investigation proved to be only a scrap between a couple of colored gentlemen in Brooklyn. Jack Young of Utica made a busi­ ness call in this section recently. Those who attended the surprise party tendered EarlKirby last Thurs­ day night report a very enjoyable time. It has been reported that Leman Hopkins has purchased the William Barse place. M. A. Deimel has pressed his hay and is shipping it to market. Mrs. Bose Barse, who has been seriously ill, is improving. W illie Barse, who had his hand in­ jured on a “Sander” at Horroek’s d ^ k factory, is getting along nicely. Marvin Higgins is getting ready to build a house on German street. W ill Brennan, while trying to per­ suade Mr. Klem to sell out to him Tuesday, left his horse standing un­ tied in front of the store. The horse got tired of waiting and started for home with two men on a run after it. The animal was stopped and so for the lime being were all business propositions. . BOARDERS wanted at Mrs. J. H. Waller’s, 237 Berry Street.' OBITTrARY. John Clark died Friday night at 10:30 o’clock at his home in South Washington street. Deceased was 83 years old, death was caused by kidney and liver trouble and he had been sick only since the Tuesday preceeding. He was a member of the bartenders union and of the St. Franes de Sales church. He is sur­ vived beside his wife and a son, Wilber aged 6, by his monther, Mrs. Kate Olarkj two brothers, Thomas and Charles Clark and sister. Miss Margaret Clark of New York city. Thomas-Clark, father of deceased died in Middleville only six months ago and a brother, James of the same , place, died but 2 months since. The funeral was held Monday at 9:80 from the house and 10' o’clock from St. Frances de Sales church. Rev. James H. Halpin officiated. There was a large attendance and the floral tributes we're numerous and beauti­ ful. G. M Eussel Falls Dead. GeoTge M. Russell of Frankfort H ill, highy respected, was stricken with heart failure Sunday afternoon dying almost instantly. Mr. Russell drove to Utica Sunday and placed his horse in Obemesser’s livery barn in South street. The proprietor’s son went with Mr. Russel to get his horse for the return trip. Mr. Russell was arranging the har­ ness when his companion, who was removing the blanket from the animal heard a fall and saw Mr. Russell upon the floor unconscious. Medical aid was summoned, hut the stricken man never regained consciousaess. Deceased was 64 years of age, was born in his present residence, where he had lived many years. He was well educated, a practical farmer and widely >and favorably known. In politics he was a Republican and ■ had held the office of assessor many years. He was a member of Frank­ fort Lodge F- & A.M. He is survived by a wife, two sons, Fred N. and Frank A. Russell of Hion, a daugh­ ter. Mrs. Oarl Men^ and two sis Hers, Miss Mary Bussell and Mrs. Dennis ILewis all three o f F r a n k f o r t . ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. James Grooms is serously ill at her home in in West Smith street. Local M. P. L. elects officers this evening. Mrsl^ Menzo Wood is entertaining Miss Jennie Maze of Johnstown. Frank Slocum of Frankfort has been appointed deputy by Sheriff Richards Sidney Valentine died at the county hospital Thursday last. He was formez-ly a resident of Frankfort. A grand and p e t i t .iury to serve a t th e term o f suprem e c o u r t, w h i c h convenes April 4th, Justice Scripture presiding will be drawn Saturday. Loses Right Hand Timothy Hichy employled in the Standrad Fnrnitnre do’s, plant lost practically his right hand by cutting it on a jointer, Saturday afternoon. Part of three fingers on this band were cut off 10 years ago. At the Emergency Hospital Monday - the first three fingers of the hand were removed to the knuckle joint, leav­ ing hut the thumb and little finger. Drs. Canfield and Roberts performed the operation. Drs. Suiter and Burgess assisted. Institutions Eemembered. The will of Mrs. Frances L« Priest late of Little Falls has been made publia and bequests were made to the following institutions: To the Emmanuel church of Little Falls, $1,000; Old Ladlies Home, Mohawk, $500, City Hosyital, Little Falls. The will proyides that the be­ quests be kept inveated and only the interest be used. The estate is valued a t ' $15,000 and the balance goes to n e p h e w s and neices. A Chance For the Newsboys. An up to-date 1904 “ Newport” bicycle w ill be given to the most ‘popular newsboy inHerkimer Obnnty, outside of Herkimer. This wheel is manufactured by Homer P. Snyder of Little Falls and ig one of the best on the market. It w ill be given in connection with the Masonic fair at Herkimer and the boys at Dolge- ville. Little Falls, Middleville. New­ port, Poland, Cold Brook, Mohawk, Ilion , Frankfort, in fact anywhere in Herkimer c&unty except Her­ kimer, are eligible to enter the con­ test. The lads oan commence hust­ ling at once. Books will he furnish ed by writing to A. T . Smith, Secretary of Fair Gommitee, Her­ kimer, N. Y. The boy who picks up the most money and turns ife in for the fair takes the bike which is valued at fifty dollars. LITTLE FALLS. From o u r Regular Correspondent. Charles Bailey celebrated his 74 birthday at his home in West Main stree t F r i d a y evening. S e v e r a l gu e s ts w e re p r e s e n t fro m o u t of tow n . The Citizen’s band furnished a serenade, dinner was served by Peer- son and dancing was enjoyed. Mrs. Margaeret Kearns aged 83 died Saturday afternoon at her home in Loomis street. She was 40 yeafs' a resident of Little Falls and highly esteemed. Two sons, Michael and Thomas, and a daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Booth of Little Falls sur­ vive. The funeral was held yester­ day fro m St, M a r y ’s church. The Ira Seeber farm of 136 acres west of this village was purchased last week by Rush F. Lewis for $7,- 600. Dynamite was used in the Mohawk River here Saturday to make a’ -channel to allow floating ice to es-1\- cape. The ice blocked the flow of water in raceways causing some man­ ufacturers to shut down. The gymnasium in the basement' of the First Baptist church has been opened. August Golden 13 1-3 years manager of the Grangers’ store has resigned. Eugene M. Snyder succeeds him. ' The Herkimer Gounty German Union held a largely attenuded and interesting session Sunday in the Mannerohor- club rooms. Members were present from Frankfort, Ilibfa, Mohawk and Herkimer. Frank Uuser aged 17 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Unser di^d suddenly Sunday night. RELIEP IN SIX HOURS. Distressing.Kidney and Bladder Disease re- Teved in six iiours by “N ew G bea - t S outh : ■.MERiCAx K idney O dbe .” It is a great sur. on a c c o u n t o f its e x ceeding prom p tness In { q i)]adder, leving pair ,le— o r fern?ale. an^baek. __________ .-idneysam ____ ____ l ReUeves retention of watc_ almost immediately. If you v/ant qrick relief and cure this is the remedy Sold by \W\. H. W hitehead , druguist, Herkimer. N. Y. ' dec 5?-1v- George Junior Eepnblic. William R, George, the founder of the George Junior Republic, at Freeville, N. Y., delivered a most interesting address at Folts Institute, last Tuesday evening: Several years ago Mr. George took a large number ofgthe roughest boys and girls to the country for a weeks outing and this was repeated and at last be con- ceivedtthe idea of establishing a jun­ ior republic where the boys estab­ lished self government. We have the promise of an interesting article on Mr. George’s work and we hope it w ill be forthcoming in an early issue of the- Democrat. kjn . FORT HEEKIIOIR. From Our Regular Correspondent. Mr. Kinne Devendorf and wife of Herkimer called on Mr. and Mrs. James Harder Sunday afternoon. Attorney Smith and wife of Herki mer spent Sunday with Mrs. Smith’s parents , Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Steele. Mrs. Sarah Dresher. who has been spending the past six weeks in New York City with her daughter, Mrs. Maude Fisher returned home today. George Zoller who is a student of the High School in Herkimer with about fifty other students, spent Wed­ nesday in Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitmore and daughter Aurelia, spent Sunday in Jaoksonburg with Mrs. Whit­ more’s grand mother, Mrs. M. Staur- ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Steele spent Monday in Herkimer. Mrs. Frederick Zoller who under­ went an operation at the Emergency Hospital in Herkimer two weeks ago, returned home today. Her many friends are glad to know that she is very much improved in health. H Mr, and Mrs. Frank Stanring, Sr., spent Sunday in Jacksonburg with his mother Mrs. M. Stanring who is seriously ill. Gussie Untz who has been sick for the past few weeks is able to be out again. Mrs. William Kellar spent Friday in Herkimer with Mr. and Mrs. John Kellar. ILION. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harrington were tendered a surprise by their children and many friends Saturday afternoon it being the fiftieth an­ niversary of their marriage. A pleasant time was enjoyed and Mr. and Mrs. Harrington were given a purse of gold in honor of the e v e n t . Mrs. Eugene Rivers was given a pleasant surprise by 600 of her friends last Friday afternoon. The affair was a most enjoyable one. Violet Rebekah Lodge celebrated their sixth anniversary last week. Five candidates wore initiated and a pleasing programme was rendered. The anniversary meeting was a largely attended and enjoyahe event. Delevan G. Ross a highly respected resident and business man died Mon­ day afternoon at his home in West street. Death resulted from a severe cold contracted while he was trying to protect his stock during the Hunter block fire. He was 57 years of age and a member of many fraternal or­ ganizations. He is survived by wife, son and sister. Miss Lydia Morris recently visited her sister Miss Sarah Morris. Burt Slaughter and family spent Sunday with relatives Herkimer. Rov Slaughter has been spending a few days with his grandmother at Ilion. ^ .V Thf-j^obber sq^al at S. A. Morris’ -las^^'l^riday eveit«%’''Was a .fin a n c ial as'well as a so c ial success, ab o u t $36 being realized. The “ G r a b - b a g ” created lots of fun for the young people. Philip Spearman captured th e p r ize for h a v in g th e most rub­ ber, and M iss L e i a S L a u l th e least. T h e first p r ize w a s a . l a r g e ru b b e r doll, the second,. a rubber ball. Mr. Atwood of Canada visiting Mr. Henry Jones af the Stock Farm. Miss Frances Birdseye is not gain­ ing as fast as her many friends would like. Mrs. Fred Day is slowly improving after being confined to her bed for several weeks. The King’s Daughters meeting with Mrs. Cpmes was not largely attended last ^ Wednesday owing to the storm, but those who were 'present renort a very enjoyable time. There will be no April meeting. Ed. Endlong and Nathan Lints spent Sunday with Arthur Bonck at Frankfort Hill. $ioo—Dr. E. Decthon’s Antl-D Iuretlc m a j he worth to you more thanSlOOif you have achUd —’-■> soils th e bei’ ^' ‘ \ ------ - --------- ' ------ --- \ you h a v e a chU incou tinea* e i KINGDOM (From Our Regular OorresDondont)* The cottage prayer meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hawks Tuesday evening, Mar. 15. Miss Maud Panghurn spent last week in Ilion with her sister, M9k Clarence Beckwith. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanmer of Mohawk spent a couple of days last week with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Helmer. For the accomodation of those who want to get as pure blood bred P. R. and black Minorcas as there are, D A. Pierce has them and will sell .eggs at 75 cents for a setting of 18 igp at the house. None will be shipped. Adv. The sick are on the gain. Clarence Gugyer is father of a three pound boy. Quite a number of young people from here and South Columbia were very pleasantly entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helmer Saturday even­ ing. Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkinson were Jpleusant callers at Williard Shimel’s Friday. Miss Gladys Pierce visited at Mrs. Ellen Eastwood’s last Tuesday. Owing to the weather of Wednes­ day last the social at Jordanville was postponed until a week from to-day (Wednesday) Mar, 23. Miss Pearl Ackerman did not return to her school duties last week account oCjthe illness of her mother Mrs, Henry Ackerman. >ils the beddine from ii P Cures old ai able a t o CEDAEVILLE Mr. Jones of the Matieson stock farm has hired a man and his wife from Canada to assist him with his work the coming year. Mrs. J. O. Cole of Millers Mills spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Ball. William son *of Dr. and Mrs. Brown, aged six years celebrated his birthday last Thursday by iuvit- Sng a few of his little friends to a treat of ice cream and cake. Mrs. Kernan Handley is quite sick. Mrs Lydia Santimer is caring for her. Philip Spearman and Frederick Hunt are cutting wood for John Ackler. John Putman, jr., is spendingsome time with his sister, Mrs. Dye of Winfield. Jeremiah Kinne is on our list of sick ones, also M iss F r a n c e s B irdseye. Cyrus Morris has taken Eugene Huntley’s farm. Mr, Waite and James Sohooley* sawed,, split and piled 13 cords of wood recently in 2 days. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Slaughter of Cranes Corners recently entertained Mrs. Bethany Cole and E. J. Pelton of Colninhia SprinRS. M rs. S a rah W illiam s has rented one df h e r f a rliis i n th e g u l f t o M r. D o n a h u ^ , an d one t o M r. ' T o w n s e n d . There are 288 large pitch-holes with in the distance of four miles on the gulf road leading from this place to Ilion. Kilborn Fuller spent Saturday with friends in Winfield. Charles Fuller lost one of his thoroughbred cows last week. Smoke New Cuba Cigar, 6c. LOST.—Black and White Fox hound, large notch in right ear. left front foot crooked, black spot an flip, running half length of tail, carries teets on stomach like fe­ male dog. Pinderplease notify owner. L. E. SAYLE3, Jordan­ ville,' N. Y Mch. 16.3. LITCHFIELD, Born, March 13th to Mr. and Mrs. M. Quinliven, a bab.y boy. Born, March lOth to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hull, a 7)4 pound baby girl, Charles Johnson spent Sunday at A. L. Bndlong’s. His phonograph selections on the telephone line were greatly enjoyed. Mr. an Mrs. James Rice spent Thursday at A. Shaul’s. T. Butchher and family of North Litchfield visited at S. A. Morris’ last Saturday. J. W. Fish an son Fred attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Underwood of nioh last Saturday. sum e hex w o r k as h first class dress m a k e r. T h e U n ion sto re is doing as u s u a l in th e back p a r t of 3l3 . church. M iss B e s ’ie W illiam s of w a s in tow n on Frida.y. Mr. and Sirs. - .StephtlS -AMlOy of NorwajjSpent Friday in this pace. busin-iss th e M, P ro s p e c t .... pM E m/EEK ■' CbMlilENCINQ G o v e rnor Van Za'ot Elated. St. P a u l, Mai-ch 15.— G o v e rnor Van Z a n t w h e n toid of th e decision in th e m e rg e r case, r:zs highly elated. H e said : “I am very m;!s3i g ratined, for, in m y opinion, thv doeision m e a n s m o re to th e people cf o u r country th a n any ev e n t since th e g r e a t civil w a r. It v?ill for all tim e p r e v e n t th e fo r m a tio n cl illegal tru s t s and unlaw ­ ful com b inations.” M A R K E T Ri?.?'O.RT. New York Prcv'aion Msrkst. New York, M a rch 14. W H E A T — No. 2 red, $1 04@1.09 i o. b. afloat; No. 1 n o r t h e r n D u luth, $1.09%. CORN — No. 2 corn, 56% c f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 yello'w, 57c. OATS — No. 2 oats, 49c f. o. b. w h ite, 50c; No. 3 w h ite, 49%c. B U C KW HEAT FLOUR — $2.00# 2.10. PORK— M ess, $15.50@16.00; fam ily, $16.00 @16.50. H a y — S h ipping, 65@75c; goo*l to choice. 9oc@$1.05. . . . B U T T E R — C ream e ry, ex tras, 24 @ 24% c ; factory, 15@ 15% c; w e s tern im ­ itatio n cream e ry, 18e. C H E E S E — S tate, full cream , sm a ll fancy, 12c. EGGS — S ta te and Penttsylvania, fancy selected, 24e. POTATOES—State and western, per sack, $2.60 @2.70. • B u ffalo P r o v i s i o n M a r k e t . Buffalo, M a rch 14. W H E A T — No. 1 n o rth e r n , c. i. f., $1.10; w in ter w h e a t, $1.08. CORN—^No. 2 co m , 53@53i-^c f. o. b. afloat; No. 3 yellow, 52^4c. OATS — No. 2 w h ite, 48% c f. a. b. afloat; No. 3 w h ite, 48c. FLO U R —Spring w h e at, b e s t p a ten t p e r bbl., $5.40 @6.15; low grades, $3.75 @4.50. B U T T E R - - C ream e ry w e s tern ex­ tra tubs, 25c; sta t e and P e n n ­ sylvania cream e ry, 24c; dairy, fa ir tiJ good, 17@18c. C H E E S E — F a n c y full cream , 12c; good to choice, 10% @ H % c ; com ­ m o n to fair, 8@10c. EGGS— S tate, fre s h fancy, 20c. PO T A T O E S —P e r bu., 90c@$1.00. OPERA ..KOUSE The Chicago Stock Co. O P E N I N G B I L L High-class V sudpville B etw een Each Act. - Mon*'ay night Ladie.s Free when ac­ com p a n ie d by a P a id R eserved Oeat T icket, Secure'} in advance. . P rices—10, 20 a n d 30 cts. Sale opens F riday niom ing. P. G. KLEM, Lake S t . Grocer. H erkim er. SPECIAL LOW RATES VIA THE NICKEL PLATE EOADl ;? To points in the West and South West. Round trip Homeseekers’ and one-way colonist tickets on sale March loth and April 5th and 19th. Also Settlers’ one way tickets to 'r^oints in Minnesota, North and South Dakota and Wyoming each Tuesday during Yarch and April. Write R. E. Payne. General Agefit, 391 Main.St., Buffalo, N. y. Mch 8-3t. E n g lish P p avin L itdm e n t rem o v e s a ll H a rd, Jolt o r CaHouFed Lumps and Blemishes from lorses.B loodSpavins, Garbs, Splint ” ling Bone, Stifles, Sprains, a ll Swol Co ghs, e tc. Save $50 by tise of W arranted the most wonderful Bi _________ ever know n . Sold by W . H . 'W h iteh e a d , druggist, Herkimer, N. Y. dee 2-lyr POLAND, iFrom Our Regular CSorresdondent.) Mrs. Ed. Coons and Mrs. Ed Car­ penter were at Utica Monday . Mrs. Owen Lewis was a caller in town Sunday. Joe Lamb and family and sister Nellie have again become residents of this vicinity. They occupy the same house as before on Potter street. Frank Biebow and wife spent Fri­ day at Herkimer. Several of the Masons atended the funeral of Ingham Rice Friday at Fairfield. Miss Hattie Wells, who has been employed at the Hotel Carlton,, has severed her employment there and will return to her home at Wilmurt. Miss Bessie Keller who has been quite sick with scarlet fever is again seen on our streets. Mrs. 'Dr. Merriman was in Utica on business last week. Arthux Peterson and wife have returned to Moorehouseville, where she will teach the school she had last Miss Frank of Morohouseville is visiting Miss Reba Becraft the past Mrs. Edwin Miller of Gray spent Monday in town. ( Miss Truax of PulaskL who has been visiting her parents for several weeks returned Saturday night to re- East Buffalo Live Stock Market. CATTLE—^Best steers on sale, $5.00 @$5.25; good to choice b u tch e r steers, $4.50@4.90; m e d ium h a lf fa t steers. $3.50@4.00; com m o n to fa i r heifers, 5S.25@3.75; choice to ex t r a f a t heifers, $4.40@4.50; good butcher bulls. $3.50 @3.85; choice to extra veals, ?7.25@ 7.50,- fa ir t o good veals, $6.25@6.75. SH E E P ANI> LAM B S — Choice lam b s , $5.90@6.10; culls t o com m o n , $4.75@5.50; yearlings, h a n d y w e ight, * $5.00@5.40; w e th e r sheep. $4.75@5.00. HGGS— M ixed p a c k e rs’ grades, $5.95 @6.00; m edium hogs, $6.00@G.05; pigs, light, $5.80 @5.95. Buffalo Hay Market. HAY— T im o thy, new , p e r ton. loose, $16.00@17.00; hay, prim e on new, $16.00; No. 1 do do, @ 1 5^0; 1 ^ . 2 do do. $12.00@12.50. Advertise in the Democrat if you want good results. track, $14.50 $33 California Oregon and Washington withsimilarly low rates to Utah,Idaho, Wyoming and Montana, p oints, from Chicago daily during March and April. tes from othe . ing/ Corresponding low rate; D a lly a n d P e r s o n a lly Conducted Excursions in Pullman tourist sleep­ ing cars tO San Francisco, Los Angeles and Portland without change; D'OUblC Berth only $7. Fast through trains. Choice of Routes. Rates and full information on application to S. A. Hutchison. Manager, North Western* Union Pacific Excursions: SHOE SELECTION.. is easy here. Our Spring Shoes afe>. in ; the largest stock we ever ha<i. - 4 15 Styles Douglas, Packard, “Korrect Utz & Dunn’s. 4 Shapes, Burt & Shape,” Sorosis, Your Wants are consid­ ered Before You Come. E B. FAIRCHILD, Qraad Opera House Block. H e r k i m e r , H . Y . w i t l s . J A Y M r S T 0 I V E R M I F U G E , a Ijjleasasits gjoteint, m4 peimaibeiat for WOMISBift an d ^ .. 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