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COCAIN[ DEAliRS ARE SENT TO JAIL Smith and “ F a tty ” Suiliv ad Held For Grand Jury In Default cf Bail. BOTH MSN ARE NEGROES ro U w m f n and Mooivliead Kaid x::.,cd Ale an d Cocaine Social Ovoi- in K ins Strei't B lack Belt Thursdaw . As th e resu lt of an ins-estigation m a d e on T h u rsday night by Police­ m en Cam p b ell an d M o o rehead over in the “ Black B e lt” section of liow e r K ing street, Jan ies Sullivan, alias “ F a tty ,” and W illiam Sm ith, alias “ S lim Jim ,” both well-know n negroes, w e re arrested on th e charge of violating Section 1746 of th e penal law s In th e illegal sale of cocaine. W h e n th e police entered the house a t th e corner of K ing and T h ird street about 11 o’clock, they In terru p ted a m ixed ale p a r ty com ­ posed of ten negroes and fo u r whites, of w h ich th e re were nine m ales and five fem a lea G reat excitem ent p r e ­ vailed an d th e p a r ty adjourned in haste. Sm ith p u t up a vigorous fight w ith officer Cam p b ell, b u t the latter soon h a d him under control and landed him safely in th e city jail on Sussex street. Sullivan m a d e no re ­ sistance and cam e along w ith the of­ ficers In P o lice C o u rt F rid a y m o rning th e two defendants w e re arraigned before Ju s tice H o lbrook. “ P a t t y ” pleaded g u ilty b u t waived exam ination. “ S lim ” w a s represented by A ttorney W ilton B e n n e t an d entered a plea of n o t guilty and also waived exam ina­ tion. B o th m en w e re held in $200 bail to aw a is t th e action of th e G rand This action on th e p a r t of th e P o ­ lice is th e first of a series of “ f o r ­ ward* m o v em ents ” tow a rd th e wiping o u t of certain law break e r s and dis­ rep u tab le ch a racters w h o se actions a r e well know n to the city police an d to w h ich th e attention of th e co u r ts and G rand Ju r y will shortly be called. This nefarious, debasing 1 ’ an d crim inal traffic in cocaine has \ ^ been under surveillance by th e police ^ f o r som e tim e , b u t th e re was nothing doing until som e of the p a rties un ­ d e r suspicion could be cau g h t w ith th e goods. W h e n “ Slim ” was g a th ­ ered in last night, he h a d in his pos­ session seven or eight sm a ll packages o-f cocaine w h ich he endeavored to w h ile resisting arrest. He ^ * ^ 0 had in his possession receipts '■-Row ing from w h o m h e had secured th e cocaine. I t ia stated th a t certain negroes of w h o m \ S lim ” an d “ P a tty ” were th e rin g leaders, are in th e h a b it of securing from physicians on th e pre^ tense of being ill, prescriptions for cocaine, fo r w h ich they are charged $1, th e sam e ra te as an office call. T h e y th e n get th e prescription filled b y a druggist a t th e ra te of $7 ounce. This ounce of dope when di­ vided up m a k e s from 90 to 100 doses, fo r w h ich th e illegal dealer gets cents from the num e rous cocaine fiends prevalent am o n g th e negroes an d w h ites. It is fu r th e r stated th a t saleratu s is used to ad u lterate the cocaine, and this m a k e s the negroes v e r y indignant w h e n they learned of th e deception ! T h e penalty fo r th e illegal sale of cocaine is one y e a r’s im p risonm e n t, o r $1,000 fine, or both. S m ith and Sullivan w e re tak e n th e county jail a t Goshen F rid a y a f ­ ternoon on E rie train 176 by Special Officer Lew is Steinbach. COIMiEIilUS L. WAHING DEAD. P ro m in e n t K e p u b lican Law y e r ol N ew b u rgh, Suocum betl t o Pai*alysis. C o rnelius L. W a ring, a prom inent lawy.-r (>f Newburgh, died a t 8 a. m. on W ednesday, M arch 20, in his room in The P a latin e H o tel, New- | burgh, w h e re he had boarded for some yeare. His death followed a stroke of paralysis with which he was seized last Thursday forenoon* at about 11 o’clock while seated in his law offices in th e ’C e n tennial building. This was th e second stro k e sustained by Mr, W a ring and was m u c h m o re severe th a n th e first, a year ago last August, when, a f te r being confined a( St. L u k e ’s H o spital fo r some time, 1 h e spent a couple of m o n ths in th.- ! south at D a y tona, Florida. He never > fully recovered from the effects, hut ^ was still able to co n in c t his business. ! The deceased was born at F o s ter- i town, and w a s a little over 61 years of age. His parents w e re C o rnelius and M ary Wiaring. A fter attending th e local schools, he began th e study of law w h e n about 20 years of age, w ith Judge M. H. H irschberg, now C h ie f Justice of th e Suprem e Court. Second . Judicial D e p a rtm e n t, and was adm itted to practice a t th e bar in 1873. A sh o rt tim e later he w e n t into p a r tn e rsh ip w ith fo r m e r D istrict A ttorney R u ssell Headley, w h ich continued until 1878, w'hen Mr. W a r­ ing was elected R e c o rder of New­ burgh. H e retired from th a t office D e cem b e r 31, 1890, having been re ­ elected in 1881 and 1886. Mr. W a ring declined to be a candi­ d a te fo r a fo u r th term . D u ring the tw e lve years w h ich h e served he presided a t all sessions of h is court,' w ith th e exception of about 20, and disposed of over 10,000 cases. His w o r k as recorder w a s alw a y s m a r k ­ ed by fairness and intelligence, and he m a d e a m o s t excellent record in th e office. Mr. W a ring also held t h e office of C o rporation Counsel of th e City of N ew b u rgh fo r fourteen years and discharged his duties w ith fidelity. In Jan u a ry , 1909, Mr, W a ring was appointed atto rn e y fo r th e C o m p ­ tro ller of th e S tate of Ne'W Y o rk In proceedings fo r th e determ ination and assessm e n t of tran s f e r taxes in th e C o u n ty of Orange. As a law y e r M r. W a ring’s w o rk was alw a y s care­ fully prepared. Mr. W a ring has alw a y s been a R e p u b lican in politics, and fo r sever­ al years h a s been chairm a n of the City C o m m ittee o f th a t party, in w h ich his active and energetic w o rk w a s alw a y s felt in cam p aigns. He was also a m e m b e r of th e R e p u b li­ can Club of the city of New York. Mr. W a ring held in terests in m a n ' of th e leading financial institutions and business houses of Newburgfi and vicinity, and was a director in m o s t of these. H e w a s given to philanthrophy, and m a n y can testify to his liberality, w h ich was always enacted in th e quietest w a y possible. BANQUET OF jIRE POTICE Enjoyable Affair Held at River­ side Hotel by City Firemen On Wednesday Night. MANY SPEECHES WERE MADE P lre D e p a rtm e n t M em b ers anti Sev- ei’al Officers Discuss an Excellent D inner aiul V a rious M a tters of F ir e m a n le Interest. VERIFY IT. the delicious m enu prepared served by th e capable ladies of the society. j ______ E p w o rth Lc.agHC B irthday P a rty . j T h e P ro o f is in P o r t Jerrfe Alm o st a t D R O P P E D DEAD N E A R HOM E. Prominent SusQuehanna Business 3£an E x p ired Very Suddenly. Jo h n Buckley, one of th e oldest an d best know n m e n in Susquehanna, dropped dead Thursday noon in fro n t of th e residence of Joseph Meginnis, on Jackson avenue, th a t place, ju s t su sh o rt distance from his hom e. H e a r t disease is given as th e cause. Mr. B u ckley had been fo r m a n y years prom inently identified w ith the business life of Susquehanna. F o r m o re th a n 35 years he h a d been en­ gaged in th e clothing business and a few years ago he'w a s th e leading clo­ th ier in t h a t section of t h e country. M r. Buckley is survived by his w ife and seven children : P o u r sons, J. T., an attorney who resides in B ingham ton ; H a rry, of Jersey City, C arl an d A rthur, of Susquehanna ; th ree daughters, M a rgaret, of Elm ira, E lla, of Brooklyn, and S is ter Ancilla, c f W illiam sport. CASES IN SIJRROGATE’S COURT. Several M a tters o f E s tates Come Up Befoire S u rrogate J. \B. Sweezy. A t th e M a rch term of S u rrogate’s I C o u rt held in this citj* on W e d n esday I aftern o o n by S u rrogate Jo h n B. I Sweezy, of Goshen, a final decree of I ju d icial settlem e n t was entered in § t h e estate of S. B. Claypool. C lara B u ckley an d C h a rlotte Buck- I l e y w e re appointed ad m in istratrix of i t h e estate of M a tilda B. W o lverton, I o f P o r t Jervis. T h e bond of M ax J. M u lhearn, ex- I ^ u t o r of th e estate of Jam e s C. M ul- ^ e a r n o f th e tow n of D e e rpark, was ixed a t $3,000. W illiam F . R h o d e s was appointed d m in lstra to r of th e estate of M ary ■hodes, of th e town of Foresfcburg, p lllv a n county, N. X. M a n y D riven F rom Hom e. Ruvery year, in m a n y p a r ts of th e K u n try, thousands are driven from t e l r hr.m es by coughs and lung dis­ hes. F rien d s and business are left [ehind fo r o th e r clim ates, b u t th is Is tostly an d n o t always sure. A b e tter ■ty—th e w a y of m u ltitudes— Is to use R King’s New Discovery and cure b u r s e lf a t hom e. S tay rig h t there, Bth your friends, and tak e th is safe Apdlcine. T h ro a t an d lung troubles Bd quick relief and h e a lth retu r n s . ^ help in coughs, colds, grip, croup, pooplng-eough an d sore lungs like It a positive blessing. 50c. and 1.00. T rial bottle free. G u a ranteed ■ A ll D ruggists. h e United States in 1911 produi ■ 217 , 000,000 barrels of petroleum, Vnst 220,000.000 t>«rr«l« in 1120. m M E M ORY O F OU R FR IE N D , M inerva M o o re Trim m e r. F a th e r, w h ile our eyes are weeping. O’er th e loss of our dear friend— Thou did’s t give a n d thou h a s t taken, And the loss we deeply feel. n o t forsaken I’st give and thou has taken, ther, neighbor, friend in one. Tho’ today we’re filled w ith m o u rning Thou h a s t taken b u t thine own. L o rd of E a r t h and God of H e aven, Everm o re Thy will be done. —iM artha C o n k llng M u rphy, 11 W a rren St. B ingham ton, N. X. A p p o intm ents F o r Sussex Men. G o v ernor W o o d row W ilson, of New Jersey, announced th e following ap ­ pointm e n ts, am o n g others, on W e d ­ nesday ; State B o ard of H e a lth— ^Dr. Jacob Cole Price, of Sussex. P rosecutor of th e P leas—Sussex, W illiam A. Dolan. ----------------- -M* ----------------- W h a t W e N e v er F o rg e t according to science, are th e things associated with our early home life, such as Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, that mother or grandmother used to cure our burns, boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, sprains o r bruises. F o rty years o f cures prove Its m erit. U n rivaled fo r plies, corns or cold- sores. Only 25 cents a t All D rug- O h ildren Cry FOR FLETCHER’S CASTORI A T w e n ty-four m e m b e rs of th e P o rt Jerv is F ire D e p a rtm e n t, com p o sed of th e fire police. Chief E n g ineer H o w ­ ard W h e a t, several forem e n and guests, participated in a banquet a t B a m b e rger’s R iverside H o tel on W e d n esday evening, M arch 20, where, a t nine o’clock a fine dinner was served and was enjoyed in a m a n n e r characteristic of the firem en. F o r over an h o u r th e com p any was k e p t busy w ith th e consum p tion of the feast, and, a t its conclusion, Chief ■W. J. H e n d e rshot of th e fire police, called th e guests to order and in an inform a l m a n n e r spoke briefly of th e fine social affair and th e excel­ len t dinner, th e m u tual benefit to th e firem en and fire police of getting together m o re frequently and dis­ cussing m a tters of im p o rtance to the departm e n t. Chief E n g ineer H o w a rd W h e a t and fo r m e r C h ief E n g ineer E d g a r J. H a rding spoke of th e excellent w o rk done by th e firem en a t th e H u b b a rd B u ilding fire on F r o n t street, on W e d ­ nesday m o rning, an d th e efficient service rendered by the fire police. T o a s tm a s ter C h a rles L. M u nnich th e n took charge of th e proceedings an d m ade rem a rk s of an optim istic n a tu r e concerning th e F ire D e p a rt­ m e n t and its police service which w e ll m e rits th e favor of th e city of Port Jervis. Inform a l rem a rk s were afterw a rd m a d e by M essrs. A. W . Sm ith, C, D. P a tterso n ; H. H. F a rnum , R. D. 'Marion, Charles H. Lee, F red S ta r t­ up,, J. W. Carley, F red M illspaugh, C h a rles Kadel, J. A. Beebe, W. E. M illspaugh, J. W. Stoll, W illiam B rink, Jam e s S k e lenger and A, L. E lm e r H. Ellis, a ch a rter m e m b e r of th e fire police and in active serv- ■ce i fo r 14 years, was th e oldest fire­ m a n present and his rem a rk s w e re h e a rd w ith m u c h in terest by the young men. To Mr. and M rs. B a m b e rger was extended th e sincere th a n k s of the firem en fo r th e fine dinner which they had so well served and which h a d been arranged for by a com m it­ tee com p o sed of M essrs. A. W . Smith, W. E. M illspaugh and J. W. Carley. Vocal and instrum e n tal music, cards and cigars form e d th e diver­ sions of th e evening. The com p any retu r n e d to th e ir hom es, having had a m o s t enjoyable time. LADIES’ AID ELECTION. Society of Di-ew M E . C h u rch Chose Officers F o r A n o tlier Y e ar, T h u rsday afternoon the Ladies’ Aid Society of Drew M ethodist C h u rch assem b led in the church parlors fo r th e ir yearly m e e ting and election of officers. T h e re was a larg e attendance, and a g reat deal of business to come before the society, w h ich w a s satisfactorily transacted. The president, Mrs. S. P a tterson, was in charge of th e m eeting. Being the last m e e ting of th e year th e paym e n t of yearly dues was in order and some new m e m b ers w e re added. A food sale will be held in the church F rid a y afternoon, A p ril 5th, Mrs. G. W. Quick and Mrs. V a n In- wegen being appointed as com m ittee in charge. An unanim o u s standing vote ex­ pressed th e desire of all to have Rev. S. Jones retu r n e d to th e church this year. F o r th is Rev. Jones thanked the ladies, saying th a t he hoped th a t h e m ight be retu r n e d to P o r t Jervis. The secretary, Mrs. O. H. H a ttler, read h e r yearly report, telling of m u c h w o rk th a t has been accom ­ plished, the m e m b e rship being alm o st a hundred. Mrs. C. I. Peck, treasu rer, gave a re p o r t of m o n eys received an d ex­ penditures fo r the y e a r which proved very satisfactory. They have a bal­ ance of about two hundred’* ars in th e treasury. Mrs. P a tterson, afte r th a n k ing the ladies for standing so faithfully by each o th e r and by h e r th rough tfie p a s t year, announced th e election of officers, asking Mrs. J, Cuddeback to preside during election. Mrs. Cudde­ back appointed Mrs. E, V a n Sickle, clerk, and Mrs. G. S. D e W itt and Mrs. E. S ta r r tellers, and th e follow­ ing officers were returned to office : P resident, Mrs. S. P a tterso n ; 1st V ice-President, Mrs. J. Cuddeback; 2nd V ice-President, M rs. D. R ich­ ards; Secretary, Mrs. 0. H. Hattler; Treasurer, Mrs. C. I. Peck. The officers th a n k e d th e m e m b ers fo r the honor conferred upon them . Mrs. P a tterso n asked fo r t h e ir h e a rty co-operation th rough this com ing y e a r as during th e past; Mrs. Peck thanked th e ladies fo r th e ir confi­ dence in her, th is m a k ing h e r nine­ teen th y e a r as treasurer. M em b ers and th e ir guests repaired to th e dining-room w h e re they w e re seated a t th e long tables an d enjoyed Silk bags containing as maity pennies a.s th e ir owner.s were years old held a neat sum for the treasury of the E p w o rth League when theS' were counted at the ITirthday P a rty of th e league held a t Drew M ethodist C h u rch Thursday evening. The so­ cial was a great surce.ss, everyone entering Into the sp irit of fun which , prevailed during th e evening. A piano solo by Miss Hazel Schoonm ak- er, vocal solos by M rs. J. A. W ylie and 'Mr. C. I. Peck, Jr., a reading by Miss Helen M erriam , piano duet by Mrs. Luckey and Miss Lillian Luckey, violin and piano duet by Miss Mil- i dred Howey and Mr. E a r l W illiam s j were well received and heartily en- ' cored. The participants In the pro­ gram each responded to the encore. T h e receipts from the sale of hom e ­ m a d e candy also added a n e a t sum to th e treasury. R e freshm e n ts were served and enjoyed by all present. Ju n io rs H e ld a Social. T h e Ju n io r C h ristian E n d e a v o r Society of th e F irst P resbyterian C h u rch recently elected th e following officers: P resident, aster Adolph C arlton; V ice-President, Miss E s th e r Goodrich; Secretary, M aster F red e r­ ick M a n thai; Treasurer, Miss Lllliaii G a rrabrant. On T h u rsd a y afternoon afte r school th e Ju n iors held a social in th e chapel, having a happy tim e playing games, enjoying hugely each o th e r’s com p a n y an d th a t of th e ir Superintendents. Candies, ice-cream and cake w e re th e refreshm e n ts so well enjoyed. The officers of the so­ ciety had charge of the social. The superintendents a r e th e Misses A u ­ gustine Stoll, M a rgaret Stevens and F lorence B u rkhardt. T h e Clam Chowder Supper. T h e clam chow d er supper served in the dining-room of th e F irst P resby­ teria n C h u rch F riday evening was a success from both a culinary and financial point of view. T h e re was chow d er a-plenty, w h ich was fo r tu n ­ ate as i t was so appetizing t h a t th e re w e re m a n y calls fo r a second help­ ing. T h e cabbage salad was ju s t right, as also was th e coffee. The ta ­ bles w e re well filled, th e diners com ­ ing and going continually during the hours of serving. The Ju n e com m it­ tee of th e W illing W o rkers, of w h ich Mrs. R o b e rt H a m ilton and Miss E d ith F o x are chairm e n , th rough th is sup­ p e r netted a substantial sum fo r the treasu ry of th e society. O rgan W ill be Dedicated M arch 31st. Those who have been fortunate enough to see th e new A u stin organ w h ich is being installed In the P r e s ­ byterian C h u rch, are enthusiastic over the addition it will m a k e to t h e church auditorium and the fine ap ­ pearance it will m a k e w h e n finally com p leted an d the church is opened for services again. The com b ination of th is organ and th e noted organist, Mr. A r th u r Depuy, -will give great pleasure to all attending the concert of F riday evening. The organ will he form a lly dedicated a t th e m o rning service of th e church, Sunday, M arch 31st. The Comm u n ion service com ­ ing a t four o’clock th a t afternoon, there will be no evening service, so the dedication occurs in th e m o rning. Y o u r Door. The public statem e n t of a P o r t Jervis citizen is in itself strong proof fo r P o r t Jervis people, b u t confirm a­ tion strengthens th e evidence. H e re is a P o r t Jervis citizen who . testified years ago th a t D o a n ’s Kid- ; n ey Pills relieved sick kidneys and ' now states th e cure was perm a n e n t, j Can any sufferer from kidney ills ask ; b e tter proof? Xou can investigate. | The case is rig h t a t hom e. ! John S h a rp, 158 P ike St., P o rt Jervis, N. X., says: “I t is over twelve y e a rs since m y first experience w ith Doan’s Kidney Pills. A t th a t tim e 1 ' had a great deal of heavy lifting tc . do and often suffered from intense pains in m y back. The kidney secre- , tions also becam e u n n a tural. I final- ! ly began using D o a n ’s K idney Pills , an d in a sh o rt t im e they disposed of | th e trouble,j T h e above statem e n t was given j Jan u a r y 4, 1908, and when Mr. S h a rp was interview ed on Septem b er 22, 1911, hejfeaid: “I gave a public testi­ m o n ial several years ago recom m end­ ing Doan’s K idney Pills afte r they had cured m e of kidney disease and I now willingly confirm all I then said. M any people have asked me about this rem e d y an d I have alw a y s recom m ended it highly.” F o r sale by all dealers. • P rice 50 cents. Foster-M Ilburn Co., Buffalo, New Xork, sole agents fo r th e United States. R e m e m b e r th e nam e— ^Doan’s— and take no other. We Hope That It Has Been A Profitable Winter For You W h e th e r your business is farm ing, m a n u facturing, m erchandising, keep­ ing boarders, etc., we w ish you to succeed. W e will help you py paying you in ­ terest a t 4% P e r A n n u m on deposits in am o im is of $500, o r over, if left in­ ta c t for six m o n ths or longer. In t e r ­ est begins on date of deposit, th u s giving a m u ch larger re tu r n th a n de- B a n k s w h e re in1 NEW EASTER APPAREL —A T - SARGENT & DEflEiER’S Did \you see our New Suits, New Coats and New Dresses? It will be worth 3’Our while to look our stock Suits for Ladies and Misses........... $10 t <9 $30 Coats “ “ “ “ $ 5 to $20 Dresses “ “ “ $ 1.98 to $18 All merchandise that leaves our store is fully guaranteed “THE STORE OF BETTER MERCHANDISE.” J SARGENT & DENNER 2S Front Street. O O O O O O O C X X X X X 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C X X 9 0 0 0 0 9 THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, M IDDLETOW N, N. Y. initl&als W ANTED A LODGING PLAGE B u t M r. A b e rs Told Suspicious M id­ n ig h t V isitor to Move On. About 1.30 o’clock last W e d n esday m o rning, Mr. C lark Abers, who re­ sides in th e R e d e k e r residence a t No. 1 P ike street, was aw akened by th e continual b a r k ing of his dog, w h ich w a s chained in the yard. A t the sam e tim e Mr. C. W a rner, a boarder a t th e house, had been aroused and, looking from a window, saw a m an enter a door in one of th e sm all buildings attached to th e barn. Mr, A b e rs dressed and arm e d w ith a rifle w a lked out n e a r t h e building fol­ lowed by M r.W arner. H e dem a n d ed to know w h o w a s t h e r e and w h a t was wanted. The intruder, who could be h e a rd w a lking around, soon cam e out and w h e n h e took In th e situation he was ready to wilt. H e claim e d he h a d com e to town on a late t r a in and was looking fo r a islace to sleep and requested Mr. Abers to let him stay in the building. H is request w a s de­ nied and he was ordered to m ove on. w h ich h e did, tak in g th e course di­ rected hy M r, Abers, who m a rched him over th e law n to th e street. As he passed out on P ik e street under th e electric light he pulled his cap over his face, no doubt feeling fo r ­ tu n a te th a t he was allowed to go. Several horses and a fine flock of chickens are housed in the building. The dog h a d been loosened froifi his chain and doors leading to th e o ther buildings w e re opened. M r. Abers, who acted in a cool m a n n e r, gave th e stran g e r th e benefit of the doubt as to his purpose In being there. ----------------- ^ ----------------- C h ildren are m u ch m o re likely to co n tract th e contagious diseases when they have colds. WhOOp-CQUgh, diphtheria, scarlet fever and con­ sum p tion are diseases th a t are often contracted when th e child has a cold. T h a t Is why all m edical authorities say bew a re of colds. F o r th e qu cure of colds you will find noth , b e t t e r th a n C h a m b e rlain’s Cough Rem edy. I t can alw a y s be depended upon and Is pleasant and safe take. F o r sale by All Dealers. D u ring 1910 and 1911 th e United S tates agents handled 7,444,661, in tern a l revenue stamps. I NOTICE: ^ The first Spring invoice of ; I Women^s I Medicated Shoes have arrived. They are the most com- ■ fortable bhoes made for ■ corns, imnions and tender ; feet. None so good. Ask : the men or woman who wears them. Sold on]}'- at CHASE’S I CASH SHOE HOUSE § ^ 8 ..................... : ..................... ........ s THE THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION OF THE NEW YOM WORLD P r a c ti c a lly a D a ily a t t h e P r ic e of a W eekly No o th e r NewSi>aper in th e W o rld G ives So Much at So Low a Price. T h e g r e a t P r e s id e n tial cam p a ign, ■will soon b e s in a n d you w ill w a n t th e new s cu r a tely an d pro m p tly . T h e W o rld long since estab lish e d a record fo r Im p a r tia lity , an d a n y body can afford its T h r ice-a-W e e k edition, w h ich com e s every o th e r d a y In th e w eek, ex c e p t Sunday.^ I t w ill be of p a r ­ tic u la r valu e to you now . T h e T h r ice-a- W e e k W o rld also ab o u n d s In o th e r stro n g featu r e s , serial stories, hum o r, m a r k e ts, c a r ­ to o n s ; in fact, e v e r y th in g th a t is to found in a flrst-class dally, T H E T H R I C E - A - W E E K W O R L D ’S reg u ­ la r sub s c rip tio n price Is only $1.00 p e r y e a r ,and th is p a y s fo r i60 p a p e r s . W e offer this iinequalley newspaper and THE TRI- STA T E S U N IO N to g e th e r fo r one y e a r 51.05, pay a b le stric tly in advance. FORD Higher Than Ever in Qnaiity— Lower Than Ever in Price. FORD MODEL T famed for its service in all the highways of the world, is still of the same scientific, accurate and simple design ; the same heat treated Vanadium Steel con­ struction ; the same light weight; the same economical car to own add operate. There have been no mistakes to correct—no experiments to try out—but conveniences have been added and a marked reduction in price made possible through larger production and added factory facilities.FORD MODEL T has been, above all other cars, more extensively tested, because more exten­ sively used. More than 100,000 Ford cars are in operation today. Every fifth car in America is a Ford Model T. 75,000 must be made to supply the demand the coming [ year. Stronger evidence of value is not possible. The Ford Motor Company devotes its entire eflforts to the building of one model, one chassis but dilierent bodies. Write for catalog and other descriptive book. GEO. W . CASE CO., Distributor, 54 FRONT ST., PCRT JERVIS, N. Y. 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