PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NOTES j J r ., a t Cragsm o o r, n e a r Ellenville, N. (F rom Daily Union of Ju ly 11). Mrs. Jesse Dexheim er, who was op- j T ., have been received from Miss L a erated upon fo r appendicitis a t th e vinia W h ittington, who is cam p ing D e e rpark S a n itarium abou£ two weeks w ith relatives and friends on the ago, has so f a r recovered as to be able m o u n tain at Cragsm o o r. to retu r n to h e r hom e in B eaver Mrs. Benj. Ryall, of Elizabeth B rook on Thursday. She was ac c o m - ' street, is a t Liberty, and will spend j)anied by h e r husband an d Mrs. E . ' som e tim e th e re w ith h e r sister. Mrs. D exheim er, of th e B alsam House. j Gerow. Mr. David Q. H am m o n d , of S p a r-! . row b u sh, is visiting relatives in W a - ainw right Holt, of 27 W est terbury. Conn. Main street, accom p anied by h e r The O rder of Owls contem p lates S randdaughter. Miss Jessie H o lt, of th e establishment of a nest in this Jervis, and Miss Gladys Holt, of city. M e ^ r s . George E. Allen a n d j ISi Utley, N. Y., have gone to Lib- C h arles N.' Brown. Special Organizers spend som e tim e a t th e hom e from the H o m e N e st of The O rder of j of h e r sister, Mrs. J. R. Gerow. Owls, arrived in th e city last night! Mrs. R o b e rt P. Allen, of Peekskill, and are quartered a t B a u e r’s Inn, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W illis M un- w h e re they will rem a in for som e tim e, nich, a t th e ir hom e on M ary street. T h e pelicy of The O rder of Owls is^ M rs. Allen is a sister of Mrs. M un- to w o rk in harm o n y w ith all o ther ■ nich. organizations, w ith “good will tow a rd all and- m alice tow a rd none.’’ ^ The condition of E rie Conductor Ira B. Cole, form e rly of P o r t Jervis, w h o has been ill a t his hom e in E l m ira, is m u c h im p roved. Miss M ay Lord, who has been de tained a t h e r hom e on P ike street w ith a severe attack of rheum a tism , is again able to be out of doors. Mrs. Jo h n C h am b ers, of W e s t Main street, visited in New Y o rk City fo r a few days w ith h e r daughter. Mrs.j nephew, Hon. and Mrs. W illiam Stiles H o race H e ctor. On h e r re tu r n hom e; B ennet, a t th e ir sum m e r cottage she was accom p a n ied by h e r little Glen Ridge, N. J. g randdaughter, P a u line H e ctor, w h o Mrs. Mi^s H a rriet Baldwin, of Roselle, *N. J., and a form e r resident of P o r t Jervis, is visiting relatives here for a few days. Mrs. A lexander Stites, of Brooklyn, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Cuddeback and other relatives in town, w e n t to M iddletown today for a short visit w ith h e r brother, Dr. Theodore Mills. Mrs. Irving Elston returned hom e today afte r a visit w ith h e r niece and will visit h e r g randparents fo r sever- , al weeks. Miss Alice Lundelius Is spending ; the summer with her mother, Mrs. A. Lundelius, a t th e ir hom e on Sussex j street. Fowler, of E a s t Main en, of Bethel, N. Y., are visiting t h e ir ; will determ ine if th e 29,000 locomo- niece and nephew, Mr. an d Mrs. tive engineers of E a s tern railroads Chas. Wood, of E a s t Main street. are entitled to an increase in wages. Mrs. Jos. \Wiingett of Newton, N. Mr. K e lly is th e chairm a n of th e J., h a s been visiting h e r cousin, Mrs. grievance com m ittee of the englM ers C h arles Wood, of E a s t Main street, j of the E rie railroad and has had a M essrs. P. D u n n igan, A. H. Pick- | -^vdde experience in labor affairs, ens, C. Newm an, L. H a rretty, Jr., Miss Lillian Fowler, of Newburgh, John M iller, C h arles H a h n , W illiam ' Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F rederick D. Gibbs, E d w a rd R u ttenber, P. H a rri- ^ F o w ler a t th e ir residence on F e rg u son, J. Judge, W. Sheehan and Q. Fo- | son avenue. She is a sister of Mr. garty, all N e w b u rgh Elks, a u t o ^ ' to ^ F o w ler. this city on Sunday, dined a t th e Ho- ' Dr. J. J. Mills is m a k ing his friends tel M itchell and w e re guests a t th e ' envious carrying a larg Japanese um - E lk s ’ Hom e on P ike street. The party . b rella as a protection from the sum - was chaperoned by Asa (Long Divi- m e r sun. The sunshade was pur- sion) Bell. j chased in Jap a n by a cousin of the Mrs. Irving Young, of U lster Place, | Doctor, returned hom e Saturday evening, af- | Miss A n n a W a lthers, a native of ter a delightful visit w ith Mr. and Copenhagen, D e n m a rk, who has been' Mrs. Jam e s S. B radley, a t th e ir hom e , v isiting Miss C h a rlotte N e a rpass at in Ridgewood, N, J. Mrs. B radley is the hom e of h e r parents. M ayor and the younger daughter of Mrs. Y o u n g Mrs. W, H. N e arpass, on C atherine and is rem e m b e red by h e r m any street, on Sunday, returned to h e r friends in P o r t Jervis as Miss Leila hom e in New York City. Miss W a lth- Young, th e accom p lished pianist. ‘ ers has been in A u stralia, A frica and F ran k Cox, forem a n of the job m o st of th e countries of Europe, F o r' printing d e p a rtm e n t of the Ttim e s- th e p a s t th ree years she has been in th e U n ited States, and traveled ex tensively th r o u g h o u t the states and Canada. A n n o u n c em ents have been received in this city of the m a rriage of Miss Adeliza Andrus, of H a rtw ick, N. Y., to Mr. W illiam Schoonm aker, of P o rt Jervis, on F riday, July 12th. Mr. and Mrs. Schoonmaker will be at home after Septem b er 1st, a t 34 Fi-anklin street, this city. E rie Engineer H. A. M cAllister, 168 W est Main street is running trains 30 and 267, the Honesdale and P o rt Jervis Express, in the place of Engin eer M. F. Fritz, who is taking a vaca tion of 30 days. s treet, is visiting in L iberty a t the hom e of Mrs. J. R. Gerow, w ith Mrs. Benj. Ryall. M essrs. L. C. Senger, H e rb e r t Sen- ger, W a lter C. Senger and Mr. C h arles H a m m o n d left town this m o rning on E rie train One for Buffalo, w h e re th e y will tak e a steam e r fo r a journey across the G reat Lakes as fa r as D u luth, M innesota. Mr. Levi D a v e n p o rt and Miss Ida, from Newfoundland, N. J., spent a week w ith th e ir cousin, Mrs. H a ttie D ecker, 18 R u m sey street. Mr. John M assaker, who fdr 312 day fo r a w e ek’s vacation in p o u g n - years was a forem a n in th e E rie keepsie, w h e re he will enjoy several, shops in this city, and who now re autom o b ile and boating trip s along sides in Illinois, is visiting friends th e H u d son valley. This is Mr. K e l- (F rom Daily Union of July 12). Miss W inifred Holm s, of K ingston inue, is enjoying a visit w ith rela- ' es in M iddletown, N. Y. Mrs, P r a n k Nise, of Brooklyj cousin, Mrs. A n d rew Hensel, on Cul v e r t street. Mr. Jerem iah K e lder left tow n to da y fo r a w e ek ’s vacatio n in P o u g h - d e r’s first vacation in ten years. Dr. an d M rs. C. O. W ilkin and son, and Miss E leanor V a n Sickle, who have been visiting in New Y o rk City, a r e guests a t th e hom e of Mr. and M rs. E m m e tt V a n Sickle, on Sussex street. Mr. F r a n k K e lly still rem a ins special policem a n of the city of P o r t Jervis. Mrs. N. L a m b e rt and daughter, Elizabeth, of 5 W h ite street, left town th is m o rning on train 30 for a few w e e k s ’ visit w ith h e r m o th e r and brother, of Long Island City. Messrs. Samuel S. McLaughlin andj County C lerk George ~ - M onticello, m o tored to P o r t Jervisj P ress at M iddletown, w a s l n town to day for a sh o rt tim e on his wa!y to Scranton. Mr. Cox was form e rly fore m an jn the Gazette’s job room . P h o tographer Gus. K rauss is enter taining his sister. Miss C a rrie K rauss and h e r friend. Miss Em ily B a u m a n n and his little brother, Paul, of New ark, N. J., at his new bungalow, “Sun- syside,” w h ich is nearly com p leted, on the Elm b e n d o rf estate. Mr. H a rry Holtz and Mr. Louis Struck, of New Y o rk City, are visiting a t the hom e of th e ir parents in this Mr. C h a rles H a r t R u tan, of Ball street, is in New York visiting rela tives an d friends. H e will be out of town for several days. Mr. and Mrs. H a rry M elber and daughters, Florence and Lillian, are visiting th e fam ily of Mrs. M elber’s brother, Mr. Moses R u tan, of H a m il ton street. B efore retu r n in g to th e ir hom e in Jersey City they will vHH the o ther b rothers and relatives of Mrs. M elber in and n e a r P o r t Jer\t‘s. Mrs. M elber was form e rly Miss A n n a R u tan. Mrs. M ary Gray, of \Chicago has retu r n e d from M onticello and will be in P o rt Jervis fo r several weeks. Principal F. W. W h itney, of the H igh School, retu r n e d to P o r t Jervis today on a brief business trip. Miss E thel A llerton has returned from Syracuse. A fter the close of the U n iversity Miss A llerton visited w ith relatives a t th e Thousand Islands, of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. B reese on Rui sey street. Mr, George Sharp, of J e rsey City, is visiting his fath e r, Mr. Jo h n S h a rp. Mrs. M ary C alkins has retu r n e d to h e r hom e on Orange street after passing two weeks among friends in P e lto n , of I New York City. P o r t Jervis Mr. Jo h n Buckbee, of H u d son, N. early this m o rning startin g from the Y., arrived in this city today on his -Sullivan county seat about 5.30 and -way to his hom e a t Cahoonzie, w h e re enjoying a cool trip th rough F o rest- he will pass the week-end. here, Mr, M assaker is now 75 years old, A niece accom p anies him . Mr. W illiam Shaw, of the W a lker C o n struction Company, which is en- ^gg j-here a t th e tim e of th e fire, gaged in constructing a section of during which th e cottage w h e re she State H ighw a y No. 4 in the southern gg staying was burned. W h ile in tier, is visiting his m o ther, Mrs. W. A llerton was the Shaw, a t Tri-States. guest of th e Misses Agnes, E d ith and Mr. and Mrs, F r a n k Yerger, Alice Crane. Today she started .fo r Buffalo. N.-Y.. are guests a t the hom e parents. P h o - o f M r. an d Mrs. A. J. B reese on R u m - g„^ Allerton. b u rg in Mr. M cLaughlin’s new au to m obile. They rep o rt com p a ratively cool nights on th e hill. Iter, Mi , who : mann, who have been residents of Maspeth, L. I., for the past ten months, have returned to this city and will occupy their former home on W e s t M ain street. Mr. and M rs. W illiam J. Lam b have re tu r n e d from th e ir wedding journey and are a t hom e a t No. 34 W e s t M ain street. Mrs, G. F . M anthei, of Los Angeles, C alifornia, is visiting h e r ' m o ther, M rs. S. A. C a rpenter, a t No. 9 W e st B room e street. She m a d e th e jo u r ney from th e Pacific Coast by w a y of New Orleans and steam e r up th e A t lantic C o ast to New Y o rk City, Miss D o rothea Swartz, of New Y o rk City, is the guest of Miss M inetta De- puy, on Broom e street. Mr. L. Totten, of Hillside, n e a r B arryville, was in P o r t Jervis on bus iness on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stum p returned to this city last evening from a cam p ing trip of five weeks in Canada. They reported pleasant w e a ther and an enjoyable time. Mr. H a rold Johnson, of Sparrow- bush, retu r n e d hom e on T h u rsday from Easton, Pa., w h e re he is taking a course in Lafayette College. He will pass his vacation -wnth his p a rents, M r. and Mrs. L. A. Johnson. (F ro m Daily Union of J u ly 13). Cards, showing the handsome resi dence, w ith th e lawns and terraces surrounding, of Mr. George Inijess, Lew is* Lice AND F ly D e s tr o y e r . Sure death to all vernim -on poultry, dogs, cattle, hogs,sheep and all domestic animals. Sold by the quart or gallon. Also the sprayers to apply the same. Sold at Jones’ Drug Store Mrs. F ry and Mrs. Van Sickle, of N e w ark, N. J., who have been guests for several days past at the hom e of Mrs. D. C. Hallock, on E a s t Maim street, returned to th e ir hom es today. Miss Leona Lam o reaux who has been visiting for the past two weeks among friends in New City, N. Y.,has returned to her home on Orange Mrs. Thom as M atthew s of B rook lyn, N. Y., is the guest of Mrs. A. Pow rie at 91 F ran k lin street. (F rom Daily Union of July 15). Miss Esther Rankin, chief operator of the Port Jervis Telephone Com pany, retu r n e d hom e on Sunday even ing from a week’s visit w ith friends and relatives in M ontclair, Jersey City and New’ark, N. J., and New York City. Mr. Jam e s V. L a tham , of Passaic, N. J., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W illiam L a tham , on Buckley W. R. Grubb, editor and proprietor of th e B angor, (P a .,) News, was Jn town on Sunday. Miss E d ith R. Corwin, of W yoming, W y o m ing county, N. Y., is visiting h e r uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yaple on H u d son street. Mr. John Duffey, of New York, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thom as Duffey, of W e st M ain street. Mrs. C h arles Beckw ith, and so’Ji, Luther, of W e ehaw k en, N. J., have been guests for several days of Mir. and Mrs. E. Schoonm aker, of U lster Place, the parents of Mrs. Beckw ith. Mr. Beckw ith spent th e w e ek-end in P o rt Jervis, he and Mrs. B eckw ith re tu rn in g hom e this m o rning. L u ther rem a ins for a longer visit. ■ M r. W ilton B ennet, Jr., returned hom e today from Roanoke, Virginia, for the sum m e r vacation. Miss Myra Wallace, of New York City, Misses Hazel, Bessie and Olive B e n n e t laft town today fo r an outing of three weeks at Twin Lakes, Pike county. Pa., w h e re they will camp. Miss M a rguerite Crosier, sten ographer in th e store of Stevens, W h itney and Denton, left town today for a visit of two weeks w ith relatives in Thom p son, Susquehanna county. Misses Lillian Lundbeck and AlP- hilda G u stafson and Messrs, Gordon U rner and E g b e r t Schweicklmim er, who are stopping a t The W a tson a t Twin Lakes, enjoyed today “seeing” P o r t Jervis under the guidance of Mr. Russell Salmon. Mrs. A. E. Dubois and son, Steph- (F rom Daily Union of July 16)‘. Mr. A r th u r Hogehoom, of New Y o rk City, spent Sunday w ith his wife, who is visiting a t th e hom e of h e r m o ther, Mrs. M o rris K ane. Miss K. E. Palm e r, of Boston, Mass., is the guest of Mrs, Josephine W a g n er, on H u d son street. Miss B e a trice Sanders, of Sullivan avenue, is visiting h e r aunt. Miss B e r th a Hocks, a t Cuddehackville. Mr. and Mrs. F. V, Chase are cam p ing in tents along the D e la w are river above Sparrow b u sh. Mrs. B. H a lstead, of P ittsford. N. Y., is visiting Mrs. Geo. H a m ilton, of P e a r l street. Mr. and Mrs. Thom as Challinor, and th e ir little daughters, Dorothy and Prances, are again a t hom e, after a vacation of two weeks spent at their cam p a t W e stcolang Lake Mr. and Mrs. C h arles B randm a n and son, H a rry, are enjoying the pleasures of the season a t A tlantic City. They m ade the trip in th e ir au tom o b ile and expect to be absent about th ree weeks. Miss K a te New’man,- of Orange street, left town this m o rning for a visit of several weeks w ith h e r sister, Mrs. E'm m a Sprout, a t h e r hom e in Rockville Centre, Long Island. Miss A n n a Holm es and Miss Grace Ryall retu r n e d hom e this m o rning from a w e ek’s visit a t Twin Lakes, Pikes county, Pa. Mrs. E d g a r Storm s, Jr., nee Miss M aude W a idler, of F latbush, B rook lyn, is th e guest of h e r parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W a idler, 13 Sullivan ave nue. She will visit in P o r t Jervis about th ree weeks. Miss R ita S tartup and Miss Daisy Cisco, of C u lvert street, are visiting friends and relatives at Oyster Bay, N. Y. Mrs. W. H. B u rns re tu r n e d to h e r hom e in Ridgewood, N, J., Saturday last on train 30. She was accom p a n i ed by h e r little cousin. Miss M arian Percival, of New Y o rk City, afte r a m o n th’s visit w ith Mrs. B u rns’ p a rents, Mr. and Mrs. F ran k Percival, of M ary street. P rom a letter recently received it is learned th a t Mr. John B runs, who was form e rly assistant stew a rd of the E lk s ’ Club, in this city, is now engag ed as chef in the E lks’ Club of Jersey City Lodge, No. 211,-B. P. 0 , E. Mr. B runs and his fam ily w e re residents of M atam o ras, Pa. Mrs. A. A ltm an, son, R ichard and little daughter, B eatrice, are visiting h e r parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Scha- fransky, of C atherine street. Miss R u th V an Noy, who has a po sition a t th e Capitol, Albany, retu r n s tom o rrow m o rning, afte r a w e ek-end visit w ith h e r parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. V a n Noy, of B a ll street. Mr. H u b e rt A. Kelly, of E rie street, is one of the representatives of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engine ers before th e arb itratio n com m ission in session at Manhattan Beach, which (P rom Daily Union of J u ly 17). Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duryea, their daughter. Miss W illa, of Mt. W illiam street, and M iss C a rrie P a n tley, of Hudson street, have returned home o fter a visit with relatives and friends a t Slate Hill. They m ade the journey there and retu r n by autom o b ile. Miss Jennie Snider, of Mt. W illiam Street, is enjoying a w e ll-earned va cation from h e r arduous duties as a nurse, w ith friends a t Slate Hill. M aster F red G./ Smith, Jr., of P a s saic, N. J., is visiting w ith his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. W ellm an, of Mt. W illiam street. The Misses Lucy and M ildred Jam es, of R u therford, N, J., are again renew ing th e ir friendship w ith the young people of P o r t Jervis. They are the guests of the Misses B eatrice and H a r r iet DeBerhle, of Hudson Mrs. Jo h n H a w k ins and Miss Mol- lie M u h lenbrink, of K ingston avenue, are entertaining their cousin. Miss Miss B e rtha Riefe, of New York. Mrs. R o b e rt Allen, of Peekskill,w h o has been the guest of h e r sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. W illis M unnich, of M ary street, fo r the past week, re turned hom e this m o rning.. Miss M ildred Denton and h e r b ro th er, M aster E a r l Denton, of U lster Place, left town today for Lafayette, N. J., w h e re they will visit for two weeks w ith th e ir au n t and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson. Mr. R o b e rt H ickok left this city to day for a brief outing a t H ighland Lake. H e will stop a t the L a k e View House, w h e re his son Gilbert, has been a guest for some time.. Mr. W illiam McNab, of New York City, is passing his sum m e r vacation a t th e hom e of Mrs. Nancy R y a n on R y an street. Mr. Cornelius Cuddeback, who is a student a t the U n iversity of M ichi gan, a t Ann Arbor, is a t his hom e here fo r th e vacation period. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Carr, Jr., of Jersey City and New York, are visit ing Dr. 'and Mrs. Leroy Culver, a t th e ir sum m e r residence on Broom e street. The “I. T.” Club will be en tertain ed this evening a t the hom e of Miss H a n n a b e l R ichardson, No. 26 C h u rch street. Miss L o retta McCormick, so prano soloist, will render several se lections. Mr. Stephen Lee and Miss Helen F a rr e ll, of New Y o rk City, are the guests of Miss Mollie Reilly, on P ike street. Mrs. Lydia Norwood and daughter, Lydia, left town today and will re side in Lakeview, N. J., near P a t e r son, w h e re Mr. C h arles Norwood has a position w ith th e E rie railroad com p any. T h e ir m any friends regret th e ir leaving P o r t Jervis, b u t wish them every success in th e ir new ^ -------- O u ting of T iibune “ Xkesh-Airs.” A party of 98 children in charge of Miss G a rrett, representing th e New York Tribune F resh Air F u n d , w e n t w e st on E rie train 32 a t 11.40 F riday m o rning en route to Deposit, w h e re, for two weeks they will rusticate in the hills of Broom e county, N. Y. -------- ^ --- ----- One Dead, A n o ther M ay Die, F l’om . Heat. M arlborough, Ju ly 11.— George Sol- inovics is dead and Joseph Rosen berg is not expected to live as th e re sult of th e intense h e a t here Tues day. Solinovics was w o rking on state road. He was an A u strian, years old. Rosenberg was picking berries when he becam e violent from th e heat, and his condition is now critical. - ------- ---------- “ Dr. Thom as’ Eclectic Oil is th e best rem e d y for th a t often fa ta l dis ease— croup. H a s been used w ith success in our fam ily for eight years.” —Mrs. L. Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. Y. The M ilford baseball team defeated the P o r t Jervis nine by 8 to 1 in gam e played a t M ilford on T h u rsday afternoon. -------- ^ 4 ^ -------- H E A R IN G ON TAXES. Pi-oposed to Tax P o r t Jervis Special Fi-anchises a t 75 Pei* Cent. Notices to 26 cities are being sent out by the New Y o rk S tate B o ard of Tax Comm issioners • s tating th a t the annual hearing for the equalization of taxes on special franchise property in those cities, will be held next 'Wed nesday at the department’s headquar ters in Albany. If the cities wish to protest the relative valuation placed by the board they are requested to have representatives present at the hearing to state th e ir objections. *' The list of cities including the com parative percentage a t w h ich it is proposed to tax special franchise property for th e com ing fiscal year, follows : Albany .90, Schenectady .82, Rome .81, D u n k irk .80, L a c k a w a n n a .80, | L o c k p o rt .75, New b u rgh .75, N o rth Tonaw anda .75, Glean .74. P la t ts burgh .55, P o r t Jervis .75, Geneva .76, Hudson .84, N iagara P a lls .75', W a tertow n .80, Poughkeepsie .85, K ingston .80, B ingham ton .83, Syra cuse .88, W a tervliet .90, C o rtland .82, E lm ira .74, F u lton .81, Oneida .83, Y o n k ers .85, M ount Vernon .85. ---------------------- H * --------------------- M aJdng A loiing ITotures Nearby. T h irty m em b ers of th e Gem Mov ing P icture Company, of New York City, arrived a t Cuddehackville, Sun day, and will pose for films in th a t vicinity. ------------------- 4 - f --------------^ ---- > F a c tories R e s u m e W o rk. Operations were resum e d at the K n ickerbocker Silver P latin g factory and a t C h arles C h a n t’s glove factory M onday m o rning, afte r a week’s 'vacation. PO R T JE R V IS WON TWO GAMES. T rinuned M ilford 14 to 7 on Saturday. 13 to 7 on Sunday. M ilford ball players visited Tracco P a r k on S a turday and Sunday afte r noons and m ade an attem p t to play ball w ith the P o r t Jervis nine, hut the latter were easily victoriousj^. Sat urday’s gam e having resulted in a score of 14 to 7, and Sunday 13 to 7 favor of the hom e team . The not .arouse The players were as follows : M ilford— Stock, p.; W a lter, c.; Mid- daugh, s. s.; E. Stock, l b.; Mc Laughlin, 2 b.: Devoe, 3 b.; Steele, r. f.; Dingm an, c. f.; Gurley, 1, f. P o r t Jervis— M arch, p.; Mtilvaney, c.; Connelly, s. s.; Campbell, 1 b.; B u rkert, 2 b.; R eagan, 3 b.; M clver, r. f.; Yost, c. f.; Eagan, 1. f. The battery fo r P o r t Jervis on Sun day w a s -B u rk e r t and Carrigan. Mr. R eagan was th e um p ire. gam es lacked skill and did i m u ch interest from th e patr< SNAKE UNDER SOFA PILLOW . F ive F o o t R e p tile Discovered in M on tague Townsliip Hom e. Miss A n n a H a rtrim , daughter of Al fred H a rtrim , of M o n tague township, near Newton, N. J., took a nap o: couch in the dining room yesterday afternoon. She had difficulty in keep ing the piliows in place and sat up to re-arrange them . One of them rolled .to the floor, and with it a blacksnake th a t raised its head in a threatening m anner. The girl’s s c ream s brought h e r father.W ith a pitchfork he finally cornered the snake, catching it hetweef( the tines. It m easured five feet. The snake ha-I crawled in through an open window •close to the couch.— New York H e r- Ti“OUeys Mow Down >flddletow n er’s ago a valuable cow owned by <7, W. Earle, was killed -by a trolley car while out a t pasture, and Sunday night, July 14, a valuable road m a re was killed by a trolley car. BULL FAM ILY REUNION. To C elebrate A d v e n t of M r s t W h ite W o m a n Into: O range County. A m e e ting of the officers and: a few of the m e m b e rs o f the B u ll F a m ily Reunion Association was held in th e hom e of H a rry Bull in Ham p ton^' burgh on F r id a y evening to consider the advisability o f celebrating th e 200th anniversary of the advent of Sarah W ells in t e O range county. I t was unanim o u sly decided to h a v e such a celebration and to hold it a t the “Old Stone H o u se” in H a m p ton- burgh instead o f the picnic ground's Campbell H a ll, on W e d n esday, A u g u st 28. Sarah W e lls was- th e first ite wom an to step foot into Or ange county, and as she w a s th e wife of W illiam Bull, the first one of t h a t nam e to com e to this country, she becam e the m a ternal p a r e n t of all those who bear the nam e of Bull. F o r a mild, easy action of th e bow e l s ; 'a single dose of Doa;n’s R e g u lets is enough. T reatm e n t cures h a b itu a l constipation. 25 cents a box. Ask your druggist fo'r' them . i r ONLY CO S T S FIVE CENTS FOR FUEL to oook a m e a l on tho RCUAMOE BLUE OIL STOVE. $ 3.30 TRY LAIDLEY’S FLAVORING EXTRACTS! THE BEST AND STRONGEST. Extract Lemon, Extract Orange and Extract Vanilla. Pure Food Goods. $8 a gallon. Pints $1.25. We also make a good strong Vanilla Flavoring Com pound. $4 a gallon. Quarts $i.25* Try us. E. T. LAIDLEY, DRUQQIST and STATIONER, 76 Pike Street. JOIN THE MERRY CROWD. AT THE HUB STORE! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS! \ Our P rices Arc Cooling In This Torrid W eather.” A FEW SPECIALS. NUMEROUS OTHERS. S p e c ial No. 1. An assortment of Men’s and Youth’s Fine Suits, tailored well, good fitting garments. A beauti ful lot of Blue Serges, Grays and Brown Mixtures. Former prices of suits $8.00 to $25.00. All to go at a great reduction. $5.48 Up to $16.48 S p e c ial No. 2. An assortment of Boy’s Suits. Styles are'the latest. These suits are built to stand hard wear. For mer prices of suits $3.00 up to $7.00. To go at $2.19 Up to $4.98. 25c Underwear Special 19c 50c Shirts Special 39c $1.00 Shirts, Special 77c $2.00 Working Shoes, Special $1.43 $3.00 Wool Bathing.Suits, Special $1.69 50c Children’s Rompers, Special 43c $1.50 Butcher Coats. Special 98c $2.50 Dress Shoes, Special $1.98 50c and 75c Children’s Straws. Special 44c One-Third Ott Former Prices on Straw Hats and Panam as Wc Operate Ten Stores. **Hub ClothIng The Store That Siives 70 Pike street. Store Formerly Occupied Store,” You Money. Port Jervis, N. Y. By Flanagan. Honest Values Always.