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Herkimer Democrat. (Herkimer, N.Y.) 1877-1904, October 22, 1904, Image 4

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K . . fieslpaei? Democpat’ A. F, FLUMME|!iFiL.T. o ^ditorit m tered at'^he, I ^ t o j ^ a t Serkimer, it T,j a s se9ndel9S9 matter. Terms-4i.S0 a year, or $1.00 if p a id sridht admnee. ifcte en. th» little printed Blip with, yonr niadh » changed, and Is yotur receipt for payment remember the d»t# alwava abows the tim e to rftioh von have paid. SATURjDA.Y, OOT. 22, 1904 they veant this cimal bnilt. and this money spent nnder a state sdminis- ttation with Higgins «i governor? Bememher the same Higgins who when Iiientenant Governor voted to par the FnmaceviUe Iren do. |18,« 618 for ro3k excavation whea no rook was esoavated. If he voted to take 118,618 ont of the state treasnry gimply to compensate a poUtioal helper, what wonld he do with the 101 millions? Taxpayers, rememher this when you go to the polls ojj election day, and vote for Judge Herrick. DEJttOCRATlC TICKET, For Pfosidoftt. ALTON B. PARKER, N e w York. For Vice-President, HENRY a . DAVIS. W e s t V irg in ia . For Goveraori D. GADX HBRKIOE. Albany, PorLient. Gov^emor, FRANCIS BURTON HARRISON, New York. For Attorney General, JOHN OUNNEEN, Erie Gonntiy. '■ For Secretary of State, JOHN PALL4CE, JR Monroe. F o r C o m p troller, GEORGE HALL, St. Lawrence. Fcj^ State Treasurer, < WiULIAM: MUElSrCH, Onondaga. For State Engineer and Surveyor, TSOMAS H. STRYKER, Oneida. ' For Chief Judge of Court Appeals EDGAR M. CULLEN, For Assoc. Justice. Court of Appeals. WILLIAM E. WERNER, Monroe. For Member of Coagress, PROF, W. H. SQUIRES, • Oneida.'v For State Senator, WILLIAM PITT EARLE, Otsego; For Member of Assembly, « FIKMAir OprOEREIRK, ^ Russia. For Coroners, DR. F. J. H ASTER, Herkimer. DR. O. H. 0LIDDEN, ^ Eifctle FaJls. D R , W . BC.PRTRIE, OMo. • DR. J, H, S T E V E N S . * West Winfield- / For Supervisor, DR. F. J. HARTER; For Town Clerk, CHARLES H. DYGEBT, F o r C o m m ission e r o f B igfaw a y s , RICHARD HARTER. For. Assessors, R. CLYDE LONGSHORE. \ WILLIAM H. PROWSfi, E. O. MUNSON. For Collector, HERMAN URISTMAN. -• F o r J u s t i c e s o f P e a c e , W. A. DOUQUE. JAMES H. PAGAN. For Constables, CHARLES BAUM. DAVID NICHOLS. - J a c o b i . p e r r y . ANTON BAULIG. ALVAH POTTER. SUFERVISOH JOHN FIE L D S . The people of the town of Fair- field know when they have a good, faithful representative in the Board ctf Supervisors, and when they get luoh an official they keep him as long as they can.. That town has had many able men in the board, hut none more so than Mr. John Fields. He has been the supervisor from that town for many years, and what he does not know ^ ahont the duties of the office is not worth knowing. He has been le-nomlnat- ed by the Democrats, and will be re­ elected. He has] never songht the office, but it has always songht him. He is a faithful, consoiencious offloial, always looking out for the welfare of the taxpayers of his town. The people of the town of Fairfield irrespeotive of party w ill vote to keep John Fields in the Board of Supervisors. Ho w ill be re-elected hy a large majoritv. The people of the state of New York should remember that 101 millions of dollars arc to be spent in building & barge canaL Do Think of the last Bepublioan legislature, under the spur of Odell paealng a law authorizing a certain Republican printing concern to publish a lot of highway mannaia to be delivered to the several high­ way oommissioners, and pathmasters in every town in the State, the expense to he paid hy the several towns at the rate of one dollar each. Thea§ mannala eost about twenty cents each. This -leav^ h snug little profit of eighiy cents ea oh in the pocket ^ f the Eepnbilca* print­ ing concern if the fraud wai carried out, but thanks to Attorney-General Onnneen for tie exposure of the trick, the several towns w ill refuse to take these manuals and pay for them, T h ia is only one sample^ of Odellism m this State. Ne> -wonder the people, irrespective of party, are determined to vote the Demoomtio ticket. With Judge Herriok asT!h» governor snob frauds On th e people would be im p o s s ible. D id tha Hon. A . B . S teele vote for this bill? The Citizen has fa iled to te l l us. The October deficiency of th e Government-up to Thursday last was 18,801,353. President Roosevelt is indeed continuing the same policy wbiob has been in vogue for the past four years. Extravagance! Ex- travaganqe! But how'lOng can the Government stand this? Supposing he is elected for another four years, what w ill be the result? Votei*, think of this -when yon g4> to the polls on eleotlon day, and vote for ecsonotay by voting for Judge iParkoTi ittOJRB ODEI^LISAI, - - Now l€ appears that the defunct J&Jack JEtiyer Oanal, -on wbxch » boat has npt run in two yeaxsj has been manned with Bepublloan heelers during tbe past summer; The Swing bridges at Oastorland, Hlllingswdrth, Beachs, Glenfield and Whittlesey have had two men on each to attend them, when they have not swung onc^ during the past summer. Two locks, one at Otter Oreek and (the other at \Much’s landing, havo each had two men all summer to attend them, when not a boat haa passed tbrongh either of them. This is only one of the many frauds that has caused the enormous increase of the. State expenses. When the hooka are turned over to the next Democratic administration, further exposure of the frauds of Odellism may be expected. m o N . Georg© T^rowbridge, rfairty years ^ resident of this village and highly esteemed died Tuesday of heart failure aged 65 years. Threei daugh­ ters, his mother, four hrotheri and a sister survive. The funeral was hell yesterday afternoon. B . B . N e n field w h o has leased th e Osgood Hotel as previously , told in the Democrat, has 'taken possession. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. True Monday eveimig entertained the Mohawk Drum Oor^, They had jiust return­ ed from th e ir w e d d ing trip . Mr. and Mrs. True were presented with a carving set. The new voting machines have been set up at the headquarters of both parties, both in this village and at Mohawk where voters can receive instruction Until election. I. A. Sberman arrested for violat­ ing & Village ordinance in hlooking a sidewalk with his wagon was fined W- H. N e w ton saperiateudent of the M e tropolitan L ife Insurance Oo. has resigned and bought a farm to go into th e p o u ltry business. Real Estate Transfers- Seported for tbe Pemociat. John J. Small to Seymour Row­ land land H erkim er. W. B . L a a n in g to Will L a a a in g laud town of Russia.ITOO. Beal enjoyment is had when read­ ing that clever magazine, The Smart Set, MOHAWK. I Bevis—Gibson, . . One of the most charming -home weddings celebrated in this village in some time was that at the home of Mrs. Emm H. Gibson, o n ' South Washington street, Wednesday even­ ing, when her danghter.Edna Louise, was united in marriage to Charles William Bevis. The houae' was prettily decorated with autumn leaves, running pine, palms and potted plants. Running pine decorat­ ed the ceiling in lattice effect. The bride looked charming, in a beauti­ ful gown of white silk mull, over white taffeta silk. She wore a veil and carried a large bouquet of white bridal roses. The maid of honor was Miss* Edna Day of Mohawk, who wore A baudsome gowu of. Hgbt gray crepO de ebeiie, trimmed witb pixrk. The best man was Henry L. Beech­ ing of Athol, MaoS. Miss Edith Kileen was ring bearer. Promptly at 7 o ’clock tbe wedding party came down the stairs, passed through the parlor to the sitting room, where under a large, wedding* bell of hydrangeas the ceremony was per­ formed by Rev. 0. M. Smith. Master Everett Shoemaker, who bad waited upon tbe guests at chq door, joined the ring, hearer in the hridal pos­ session. About 75 guests -were present, who after congratulations, enjoyed a bountiful wedding supper served by Mrs, Oiausen, caterer of H ion. M iss Louis Wigbtman and her m o ther, Mrs. Jeanette G. W igbt­ man, on piano and violin, played W a g n er’s L o h e n g r in w e d d ing march when the bridal party entered. Mnsio was furnished throughout the evening by an orchestra from Utica with harp, violin and clarionet. bride and groom left the bouse amid the usual shower of rice and confetti. The bride’s traveling suit was of dark brown trimmed with burnt orange. Atfer a wedding trip in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, they w ill be at home to thfiir friends after November 15, on South Washington street. The bride is a young lady of ■ sweet character and beloved by all. The groom is employed at the Ilion typewriter works, aqd enjoys the esteem and confidence of many friends. The ont of town ■ guests were: Miss Annie Bevis of Peter- boro, sister of the groom; Henry L. Beeching; - Athol, Mass, i Mr. and Arthur Joy, MrT and Mrs. Theodore Harter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Menz. iMiss Estella Kerr. Mi8s< Francef Steele, Mies Mattfe O’Brien, Miefi Nellie Snyder, Mr. and Mrg.' Henry Sherman, lUon; Mr, and M eb ^ Obaries Fqlte, Mr, and Mrs. James! G etm a n , Mr. and Mra, AnUtill Glark,j H erkim e r. T h e . .g i f t a , r e ceived by th e bride w e r e m a n y and, costly, and inclndcd glftsswaro, raga.' silverwaro and other handsome tokens o f esteem. Eeformed Church Matter* A meeting' of the consistory of the Reformed Ohnroh was held Tues­ day evening, Eev. H. Cl. Willoughby, of Fort Plain presiding, B, 4- Stone, M. G. Prince and Ddvid Oasler members of the consistory' presented their resignations -whioh: were accepted. A congregational meeting was then held at which those- nominated f 01 a neW consistory declin­ ed. The congregation after voting the u»o of the church for Ghristian Endeavor and Sunday School meet­ ings adjourned until November lltb. Tbe church was reported free from debt. CIDARVILLE Mrs, B a y B a ll an d daughter”* h a v e returned hom e a f t e r spending a week with^ relatives in U tica. A l l regret th e r e titem e n t o f Gepige K l i p p e l ' from th e firm o f R lip p e l B rothers, By h is pleading address and f a ir dealing h e and h is am iable w i f e have secured a patronage second to none in tb e v illa g e and they w ill be greatly m issed^- Mrs. Qbarles Ball and son have re­ turned' to th e ir hom e in H erkim e r after a week spent with Mrs. A. J. Kay. ^ Both to Mf. aad Mm. Jolip Woodart, a daughter last week. ' Mrs, Eliza Wheelook is tbe g u e s ts o f Dr. and Mrs. Brown.* M rs. K a te M, B row n i s w ith her sister Mrs. B y ron O o le w h o i s very ill. Mrs.'Frank Balmer ig caring for Mrs. Herbert Mathews, Frederick Wheelook and family at­ tended th e fu n e r a l o f Mrs. O. T. W heelook o f W est W infield October - Miss Lizzie Kolb is canvassing for tb e P e o p le’s H ome Joarnal. FERN CLIFF, ^ITrom Oar Re,falar ConTef|)r-y-i^mj' Mrs. E. A. Calkins spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs. Edward B ecker o f S p in n e r v ille. ' The Missionary meeting'at Florence Griffin’s was Well attended consider­ ing tbe weather, |3.50 was added to the funds for foreign missionary w o r k . The next meeting w ill he at Mrs. J. lA. G o lden’s th e second T u e s­ day evenin g of Novem b er. Ben O iem e n s o f W e s ternville spent Sunday with Frank Getman. Mr. and Mrs. George H isert enter, tained company Sunday. Edward Lints was kicked by a horse Thursday and hurt seriously. All hope he w ill soon recover. Miss Peatl Getmai^ entertained the Misses Yerna (!3rook. Lulu Wal- rath, Libbie and Mabel Becker,' Sat­ urday afternoon. , Eev. I. A. Brice and wife were at Geo, Get-man’s Sunday afternoon. ' Oscar Gaulkins and mother called dn Margaret Bellinger, at Ilion Sunday. Geo. Getman has 15 pigs for sale, —^Adv. Mr._J. H. Heath of Sdiots 5s visit-, ing his daughter, Mrs. A . fi. Wardi- ■ Arthur Hisert and Earl Shaul spent Friday evenihg with Frank Getman.. Milton Bellinget o f ' lijon and Fred Bellinger of New Grleauq Visit­ ed at Osear Oaalbins' abd George- Gefemau’s Saturday afternoftra. ^ ROH j BYHLB, M:rs. Elizabeth- Doxtater and Mrs. Lizzie Neahr charged with assault hy Martin Flynu who alleged the de­ fendant hit him on the head with a brick were .acquitted by a jury. Flynn it developed'was under bonds to keep the peace and tried to fgre^ his attentions op Mrs. Neahr Jwhen they drove*him away, one with a tin can, the other having a stand I as her weapon. IM VN f S / ( HiLDKLN Rromotes Digestion,Cheerful­ ness andBestContains neither Otriim,Hoj^lune nor^fiiieiai. NOT :NARC O T IC, J lUAJJUSmUt^ I \ 1 jrim/iyfftt/t rJKfUK f > ’ Afteifed Bemedy for Consfipa- Hofli Sour SlOHiach,Diarrhoea Worms,Convulsionsjeverish- ]i£ss andXoss of S usep , JacSiMb Stgnaluf ft of Y D H K . A l li iij i i i i i b V i* ld ! ] ) l)u s> S - I M S kEAQT eoBY or waASi^ER. CASTORU 2 o £ j M a n t s a g 4 C M l t o The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Ose For Over Thirty Years GASTORU NEW YORK STORE H . Q . M U N Q E R & C O . , H e r k i m e r . Speciahand [xtfaofiliiiafi SALE of Carpets and Carpet ,Rugs , ¥ 30 Da|s! YOUR CARPET WANTS FOR FALL Gan be suppplled here in everything that* pertains -to the sea­ son’s best productions. A n examination of pur immense stock will convince you that T H IS IB T H E SUl>PLY CENTER. The assGBtnient contains an amazing variety of the new and d)eautiful colorings and designs—The low PR ICES of which are onequaled in Central Hew lork. IN OUR NEW RUO ROOM N E W F A L L P a t t e r n s As a disjiiay room for RtlGS.this room is nnequalled in Cen­ tral New York—-with perfect arrangemeht and perfect light. In addition to this THE GREATEST ATTRACTION, of this department is the extensive assortment and Unmatchahle Prices, to these we invite your especial attention and compari- We Guarantee Every Eng Advertised. t^be better value than are offered elsewhere in Central Hew York. This sale is not for ONE DAY, but CONTINUES UNTIL NOV. 20. It will pay you to buy these Rugs and' Carpets, now at PRICES named, even if you are not ready to lise-them at present. Make your seleetipn and we will keep them ior you until you wish them on payment of small portion of purchase price. We have just issued our annouheemenfc'of CARPETS and BUGS included in this GREAT SAI j I! with Prices at which w e oKer them UNTIL NOVEMBER 20. THESE PRICES ai’e^Eolow all otlier dealers in ibis sec­ tion of the State and are named that we may rMuce pflr .im­ mense stOck^ at onoe. . ' ' We will gladly show you our CARPETS and CARPET RUGS. You will profit by a Comparison of our line-with that of other dealers.- ' I f y o u h a v e u o t r e c e l v e a a e o p y o f o u r A d - , variisenieiit send to ixs and '^a will g l a d l y m a i l y o u o n e , ; i Y O U R B A N K I N O ! 1 j . . ■■ . .... — ... . . ' f jig NO MATTE^R j h o w SIyIAI. 1 . ! ^ W NO M A T T E R HOW OARGE ! ^ I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, | S OF B E R K I M E S . , H , T t . S ' W W ILE GIVE IT OAREFUE ATTENTION, \** - , This Message Applies to the Men-and Women alike. ' OPH'ICHRB : A ii BS* W . H ablbhukst ,'P rest., . G eo . P. P outs , Yice-Prest,, OuABBNCE A . M c C eeebt ^ Cashier. H e NBY G. M u NGEE, CoENELinS E . S nebu , G eorge P. P outs , M icha E u P oubv , G eoege H. W atson , P . P . L atheop , A lex . W . BLAguEHrmsT, I (’.IMWVMWmTV. THE ANDES I I I I I I I I M k V B I LEAD ALL OTHERS P L U M B I N G in a l l i t s B r a n d i e s . PELTONBROS., H B I I K iM B I t , I t . y . - i

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