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MOHAWK’S MURMURINQS News Gathered by the Democrat’s Wide-iwake’lteporters-- ri' irOHAWK- Mies Maud Mills of Oedarville, ■ Mrs. N. Vandeusan and Henry Brown of Winfield were recent guests of Miss W elthie Brown in Mohawk. Miss Ida W. Dey bas.returned from sis weeks nursing in Watertown. There was a regular communication - of Mohawk Lodge, No. 686, 1. O. O. 1*. at its rooms Monday evening. The regular Cottage prayer meet­ ing of the Reformed church w ill he held Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Burton Beasley in Walnut -street. The lest quarterly conference of the Methodist Episcopal church was held at the church parlors last evening. After the meeting a re­ ception was held in honor of the Rev. Mr. Miller whose position as presid­ ing elder has expired. Holy week is being observed in Grace Episcopal church this week. Today (Wednesday) and tomorrow --at 10 a. zn, there w ill he Holy com­ munion and at 7 :30 p. m. there w ill i be evensong and address by the rector. 'Good Friday at 10 a. m, there w ill be morning prayer. A special I N E W I SPRING JEWELRY I My stock is now cora- I plete with all the new- * ' est novelties in ■ Jewelry, Cut Glass, a Sterling Silver^ I Fine China, Etc. - I have the largest store, the best store and the lar^t-st^tock at the lowest prices in J. L. Jeweler, HASTINGS, Mohawk,'N.Y. MIDDLEVH.LE. A number of families have into town the past week, j Friday night. Commissioner Douglass moved which was blocked in antic- ! about 300 loads of dirt. Edward H.Thornley aged 33 years jpatiou of tbe resumption of business & the tannery., The hxstlot ot hWea “ J \ \ Z musical programme is being arranged for Easter Sunday. Miss Helen Smith of Chitenango is spending the week with Mrs. TFloyd Gary iu Washingon street. Miss Jennie Conklin is about again .--after quite a severe illness. Miss McKenne is spending the Easter vacation at her home in Cort- Miss Maude Ames of Marshall -.avenue is visiting friends in Rich- “ field Springs. The Ladies Aid of the Universalist church w ill meet this (Wednesday) . afternoon with Mrs. E. L. Prince in Orchard street at half past two clock. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott of East Main street entertanied a number of - the Drum Corps Saturday evening; The fanr<?al of Golda May Hurdick w a s held from the home of her grand- ■father, Joseph Sharp in West Main street Sunday afternoon the Rev. G. M. Smith oflaciating. Interment ;at Paines Hollow. Lyle Brown, the 11 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Brown of 'Green street met with a severe ■ accident Saturday afternoon. While : riding horseback, the horse became ■ frightened at tbe high water and ran away. The boy was thrown to the ground. Dr. Frdd Casey was • summoned and found the lad quite severely injured about the face and .hands. Mrs. Charles Brown of Orchard -street is xecoverine from her recent illness and is able to be about the -house again. Prof. S. ' a . Watson left Monday “Tor Rochester where he w ill spend the Easter vacation. Miss Susan Maylencler of Fort -Plain is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Graham Bellinger. Mr. J. M. Bellnger returned home .from New Ybrk Saturday. Mr. Arthur Robinson of Albany •was recently a guest of friends in Cards were received here Monday ^announcing the marriage of Georgia Letitia Rich to Mr. Ellsworth Layton Gamble of New York City which occurred Saturdav March 26 at H o m ellsville. Miss Rich was former­ ly one of Mohawk’s popular young ladies and the best wishes for their future happiness w ill be extended by a host of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gamble w ill be at home to their friends after June 1st at 341 West 23rd street, New York City. Mrs. Nancy Christman who has been quite ill is reported better at this writing. Miss Louise Bronstrater of Gray is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. S. N, Dnbois in Orchard street. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hyde of Orchard street ^Satur­ day March 26. The Rev. W. Gordon Bentley rector of St. Stephen’s church in New Hartford preached a very able sermon to the congregation of Grace church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Hull of Fly Greek are guests of^ friends in town this week. Mr. Floyd Lowell retnrned Satur­ day from Neiv York. George H. Tuttle returned home Sunday from a three months sojourn in California. Mrs. Charles Tucker of Columbia street entertained a number of lady friends at cards Thursday. WHAT IS LIFE? In the last analysis nobody knows, but we do know that it is under strict law. Abuse that law even slightly, pain results. Irregular living means derangement of the organs, resulting in Constipation, Headache or liver trouble. Dr. K ing’s New Life P ills quickly readjusts this. It’s gentle yet thorough. Only 25c a L. H. Hollon’s,Herkimer,and J. D. F itch’s Mohawk, Drug Stores. were tanned last we^k. A ll the sick people about town are rapidly convalescing, A specal meeting of Pomona Grange was attended by its members from this place last Saturday. The literary Onion meets with Mrs. Dillenbeck Tuesday night. Sterne and Goldsmith is the subject for the’evening’s study. Regents examinations were held in the school during the past week. Tbe present g r a d u a t i n g class was entertained last week Thursday night by Principal Case. An executive session was held at which Miss Belle Gongdon was elected president; Miss Marguerite Doyle, treasurer and Wilbur Whiting, secretary. The class also adopted their colors, pin, motto and flower. The valedictorian and salntatorian were also selected. The missionary society of the M. B. church held a very enjoyable social at the parsonage Friday night last. The young people furnished the music for the regular service of the M. E. church last Sunday. Rev. G. W. Sias preached an excellent sermon last Sunday in the Dniversalist church. Subject, \The Whtie Guard.’’ T h irty Italians were w o r k ing a ll day Saturday on the rail road tracks in this place endeavoring to remove the ice which was crowded over the banks of We«t Canada Creek. Rev. L. B. Gray preached the funeral sermon of Mr. John Linton Sunday 1 p. m. Specail Easter services w ill he conducted in each of the churches in town next Sunday, in Shnltow n jErom lung trouble. He was a tool maker in the typewriter, a member of the F. & A. M. -and Royal Arcanum. He is survived by wife and five children. The funeral was held yesterday under the auspices of tbe Masonic lodge. Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head, an active brain, a strong, vigorous body— makes him fit for the battle of life. $50 00 to California and Return. Via The Chicago, Union Pacific & North Western Line, from ■ Chicago, April 23 to May 1. Choice of routes going and returning. Corresponding­ ly low rates from all points. Two trains a day from Chicago through without charge. Daily and person­ ally conducted tourist car excursions. Write for itinerary and full par­ ticulars regarding special train leav­ ing Chicago April 26. Moh. 19’—7t. FEARFUL ODDS AGAINST HIM. Bedridden, alone and destitute. Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier 'by name of J.. J. Havens, Versailles,. For years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief. At length he tried Electric Bitters, It put him his feet in short order and now he testifies. \ I ’m on the road to com­ plete recovery. ’ ’ Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel com­ plaints. Only 50o. Guaranteed by L. H. Hollon, Herkimer, and J. D. Fitch, Mohawk, Druggists. Doctor ^ r i e d b u t C o u l d N o t R . e l i e v e M e ‘ 3AST SCHUYLER. O u r Reeralar Correspondent.) Mr. and Mrs, Geneso Sheaf at­ tended the funeral of their uncle John Forbes Friday at his late home at Alder Creek Oneida County. Many of our dairymen were un­ able to take their m ilk to the conden- sary last Saturday owing to had roads and high water. There is a two weeks vacation in district No. 4. The Michael MillerJ|farm was sold at auction last Tuesday. The farm contained 104 acres and brought $4,- 050, Willard Sterling was the pur­ chaser. The auction of Mr. Duane E. Jaok= son last Tuesday was largely attended and the rare old home made linen and woolen goods brought good prices and met with quick sales. Democratic caucus Thursday even­ ing March 30 at M iller’s Hall- Nickel Plate Road’s New Tourist Sleeping Cars. If you expect to take advantage of the low colonist rates to the Pacific Coast write R. B. Payne, General Agent, 291 Main St., Buffalo N. Y ., forparticnlars regarding their splendid tourist sleeping cars. T h e j afford \ comfortable journey at a very 1( cost, Feb. 24-lOt -O f H e a d a c h e , l y i z z U n e s s . T w i t c h i n g . 3 r . Miles’ Nervine Did R elieve and Cure, \*Tlie doctor tried but c o u ldn’t relieve m e” Is aphrasa commonly m e t v /ith in the letters we receive from grateful patients. The • ' ■ T h e doctor tries ireakn< 5, g enerd debiliW, dizzy spsl '-tneies, hysteria, the disease is a nervous dis- '- »rder and some means must be taken to strengthen and restore the nervous systenu ■' -wonders every day and will cure you as it ias thousands of others. Read how quickly I it acted in the following case: \A few years ago I was greatly troubled * Tridi nervousness and indigestion. While at work a dizzy spell would come over me and II would be forced to stop andrest. I suffered Uenribly from headaches and my nervousness was so marked as to cause almost constant twitching of the muscles. My doctor tried ■ but could not relieve me. I finally began fite use of Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervme ' ntil I have used four bottle^ had a dizzy spell since although I have not had a dizzy spell since taking the first dose. I am very thankful for wh'it your medicine has done for me and skull take pleasure in teeommendine it wh never I can.”— F rank F. BENTtEY.Mid* -iefaary, Vt. fixst^b^ LITTLE FALLS. From our Regular Correspondent. The High School Basket hall team Friday night defeated the Pamstimea of Syracuse by a score of 2i> to 8. John Ecker slipped and fell in Ann street fracturing his right arm. Henry Hothonsa is suffering from a badly lacerated left nand due to contact with a hand saw. Mrs. John Perron was stricken with apoplexy Saturday evening at. her home in this city. Her condition most serious aud her son has been sent for. John D. Fredericksen, a school com-, missioner of Little Falla has pre­ sented the school with a mounted turkey buzzard. Marcellus Walker aged 66 years died at his home in Southern avenue Friday nighk He is survived fay a widow, two sons and a daughter. Services were held at the home Sun­ day evening and the remains taken to Lowville for burial. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fenton of Furnace street is suffering from bnm s sustained by lye whoih the child overturned on its head and arms. Dr. Wood’s Norway Pine Syrup seems especially adapted to the needs of the children, pleasant to take; jiuca XXCUCUC 1 4 ___ 1 soothing in its influence. It is the TOUs imd^HeS Dhieaiet. A4*in»ji } remedy of all remedies for every form Sh, m t » Medical Co, Elkbait, lad. * jjjjoat and Inng disease. ILION. The local schools are closed for the Easter vacation. The roads south of this village are jn a terrible condition. Rural Mail Carrier Avery was -unable to make his trip Monday and Carrier Luce used a boat on part of his route, Mr. aud Mrs. V. C. Smith are visiting their son in Brooklyn. The fire deparment Saturday even­ ing electeed Louis Bower chief engineer, Andrew Carr and Rpbert Baker his assistants and'Harry Clark secretary and Oswal Clayton, treas- A landslide blocked the Wafren road between Ilion and Mohawk $500 Reward fOP Women Who € m t :ed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures, a record ch as no other remedy for the diseases iknesses peculiar to women ever he proprietors of Dr^ Pierce’s rescription now fc<' offering feel fully war­ ring to pay $500 in legal United Staff' “ attain( Favoni money of the United Slates,’\for any of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness, Pr< sus, or Falling of Womb which they not cure. All they ask is a fair and res able trial of their means of cure. used four bottles o f your ‘Favorite Pre­ scription’ and one o f ‘ Golden Medical Discov­ e r y /” writes Mrs. Elmer D. Shearer, of Motmt- hope. baacaster Co., Pa., \and can say that l a m cured of that dreaded disease, utenne trouble. Am in better health than e v erbef CALLED TU WASHINGTON. Next Tuesady, March 29th, is your last opportunity this year to visit Washington City at the excursion rate of $10.00. You should apply at once to Ticket Agents for space in through sleeping car, as the number of sleepers are limited. Congress is in session and the papitol is now full of life. The Congressional Library, Smithsonian Institurce, Corcoran Art Gallery and a ll the pub­ lic buildings are displaying their choicest attractions for your in ­ spection. ' Train leaves Mohawk at 8:16 p, , and ten-day lim it on tickets permits stop-overs at Baltimore, Philadelphia and New YorK, ■^EM S T E R Your feet are just f-merging from the snow of winter. They are visible now and should b'i properly dressed. No season like EASTER for dress. New hat, New gown, Old shoes. Think of it. Everything in footwear for ladies. We can’t tell our story here. Our window has some attractions— more inside. The “DOUGLAS” Habit Once acquired, wears a life time. The shoes wear almost as w e ll! and they’re dressy, too. Fifteen styles. If our Shoes please you tell others, if not, tell us. Herkimer, ST. Y. Grand Opera House Block. ’Pkone 40. Hefliinef's Big Furniture Store IS H E A D Q U A R T E R S FOR ANYTHING IN T H E F U R ­ N I T URE LINE. . .... Attraction Tours to New England. The Eastertide excursions to Spring- field, Palmer. Worcester, South Framingham and Boston, announced by the New York Central for Satur­ day, April 2nd, are a new departure. Our citizens have seldom had an opportunity to visit New England at excursion fares and a ten-day lim it on tickets permits an extended trip. Boston is one of the most attrac­ tive cities in the States, and tickets to that point permit a stop-over at any one of the above mentioned c ities. Round-trip rates to all points is $8.00 from Herkimer. Ticket Agents fur nish circulars giving complete details of the trip and the condition of tickets. The route is through the world-famed Berkshire Hills. Right Prices- Is the M o tto W liicli M oves th e G o o d s. LARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL NEW YORK In Furnishing Your Homes Call On Us. W M . B HOWELL, HERKIMER, N.Y. SPECIAL LOW RATES VIA THE NICKEL PLATE ROAD. To points in the West and South west. Round trip Homeseekers’ and one-way colonist tickets on sale March 15th and April 5th and 19th. Also Settlers’ one .way tickets to points in Minnesota,North and South Dakota and Wyoming each Tuesday during Natch and April. Write R. E. Payne. General Agent, 291 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. Mch 9-3t. Easter Sunday in New York. No city in the world unless it he Paris, can offer a scene of greater beauty and animation than is pre­ sented on Fifth avenue after the Eas­ ter church services are over. Beauti­ ful women, magnificent costumes and handsome equipages are the principal factors that combined, make this fashionable thoroughfare worth going far to witness at least once a year j — on Easter Sunday. The New York Central announces its Easter excursion to New York City for Saturday, ' April 2nd. Tickets , at rate of a single-fare-plns-one-dollar for .the round trip w ill be on sale at all stations Syracuse to Albany and Troy inclusive. They are accepted going on all regular trains except ’ Eimitbds on April 2nd, and are good returning by similar trains until Thursday, April 7th. Lay your plana to spend Easter | Sunday in New York City* j I T H E G R E A T HOLIDAY E M P O R I U M n FOR M O R E TH A N 5 0 YEARS I HAS BEEN I W.SJavloFJewelffStore s ti Itissti’] u snrias ffl f i 1’ •■.gi'fd vnrb-ff 1 f ..Urtdivf azd^beautiful goodr/and II for tbe quality always ni;uuiai,.fe<i at >uib < --i W e b a v e Gf>lel W atch-H. Ilf eve'V 'k ind. fV-” l.a-'i;es aud O e n thraen. W e bavo an 0 elegant line of Finger l-ic-g-. a t nh -ir-nti t he!-'uprt'b Itium'-ncl r, i t h e Plain (jiold 6 J?and. W e b a v e DiaiiKi!.::, Pi-arl aud fipal B .oacbes of the cboicest patterns. Our O Silver Stock was nevernuire c.onip>' te ^^itb the u-eful a w l ornattieutal in silver. Our II Fine Gold Clocks aii.l E eg.u-ttrill he ad m i n d by a ll lovers of the w beautiful. Call and See our fine slock. \ o n are it. sureu of poUte a ttention—and good W bargains if you buy. Orders by|mail Promptly Filled. W, S, TAYLOR 62 Genesee S t . 1 UTICA, N.Y. -O ld e s t Jew e ler in t h e City.- Address World’s Dispensary Medical Asso­ ciation, Proprietors, nnffalo, N. Y. CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT COtSFAflY CO N N E C T IN G . CLEVELAriD and BUFFALO “WHILE YOU SLEEP” UNPARALLELED MIGHT SERVICE. NEW STEAMERS “ CITY OF BUFFALO” “ CITY OF ERIE” Both together being, -without doubt in a ll respects the finest and fastest that are run in the iuiere-t of the traveling public in the United States. TIME CARD hAILY INCtUDING SUNDAY LEAVE ARRIVS Gisyeland 8 P.M. Buffalo 6:3G h.ll Buffalo 8 “ Cleveland 6:30 “ CENTRAL STANDARD TIME ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES EACH STEAMER Connections made at BnSalo with trains for all Eastern and Canadian points, at Clcreland for Toledo, Detroit and all points West and Sonthwest. Tickets reading over L.S.&M.S.By. xvili bsaceepicii Oil this Company’s Steamers without extra charije. Special h o v r R a te s C leveland Buffalo a.ud Niagara Falls every Saturday Kt.ghL also Buffalo to Cleveland. ^sk Ticket Agents for tickets via C. £c D. U'ac. Send four cents for illustrated paiupliluL i W. F. HERMAN. 6. P. A.. Cletelanil. Ciib. **L oi M ’* ^ cslc 4 * Our New Story THE HERO — A fearless coantry t H i o u HIS ENEMIES—A «f mttfdeiofis wliite caps* THE HEROINE—A glorlotrs yoong womaa of tie Mghesf Ameikan type* W h a t th e s e la­ d ies sa w . w h e n th e y looked out of their w indow into th e storm yott w ill see, and m u ch m o re, IN OVR NEW STORV The Gentleman From Indiana BY BOOTH TARKINGTON - E v e r y lin e o f th e story pulsates w ith life— A m erican life of today w ith w h ich yoti are fft- m iliar. W h e ther sturdily b a t t lin g fo r th e righ t at t h e risk o f h is life, or e loquently plead­ in g h is love. E d itor John H a r M ess i s a charac­ ter w h o s e fortunes you follow w ith h r e a t h l ^ interest.

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