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I The TrI-States Union J ’u b lish e d W e e k ly (T h u r s d a y ) at 1 1 2 1 P i k e S treet, P o r t Jervis, N. Y., by ’T R I-ST A T E S P U B L I S H I N G CO., Inc. P r e d R . Salm o n , - P r e s , and T reas. te r a t th e P o s tofflce, P o r t SU B S C R IP T I O N P R I C E : lEtrictly a yeai ir in advi T H U R S D A Y , A UG UST 22. 1912. Republican Roiinations. F o r P r e s id e n t, . W IL L I A M H . T A F T . o f O h io. F o r V ice-P r e s id e n t, JA M E S S. SH E R M A N , o f N e w Y o r k . R e p n h lica n S t a t e C o n v e n tion. The Republican Electors of the JState of New York are hereUy re- 4 Ctu€sie 5 , pursuant to the provisions Of c h a p t e r 891 of the laws of 1911 as amended, to send delegates to a State CJonvention to bo beld oX Convention Hall in the Village of Saratoga S p r in g s , on W e d n e sday, th e 25th day o f September, 1912, at twelve o’clock dld a tes for G o v - noon, to nomini ta r y o f L . CHeneral, T r e a surer, St: a n d Su r v e y o r an d A s s o c ia t e Jud H ie C o u r t o f A p p e a ls an d to tran s a c t « u c h oth e r b u s in e s s a s m a y properly some before th e C o n v e n tion E a c h A s s e m b ly d istrict in th e S tate ■Will be en titled to rep r e s e n t a t ion in cordance w ith th e basis estab lish e d a c c o r d a n c e w it h t h e bas is e s t a b li l>y t h e S t a t e C o n v e n tion o f 1885. W ILLIA M B A R N E S , Jr., C h a irm a n . IxAF FA AT TB BT TT T] B B. G L E ASO N, Secretar. U n d e r th e 5 sch e d u le O r a n g e D ist. titled to 9 delegates and 5 d e legates. S e n a t o r ia l C o m m ittee M e e ting. th e T w e n ty-fifth S e n a t o r ial Distri w ill be h e ld in C ity H a ll. M iddletow n , o n S A T U R D A Y , AUG U S T 24. a t 1 p. an., fo r th e p u r p o s e o f d e s ig n a tin g c a n d id a t e s fo r n o m in a tion fo r office, a s provided b y th e E lectio n L a w , to b e v o t e d for a t th e n e x t en s u in g o f ­ ficia l p r im a r y electio n to be h e ld on S e p t . 17, and for th e tran s a c tion of s u c h oth e r b u s in e s s as m a y properly co m e b e f o r e said m e e tin g . C H A R L E S J. BO Y D . C h a irm a n . H O W A R D B E E C H E R , Secretary. R e p u b lica n C o u n ty C o m m ittee. A m e e t in g o f th e R e p u b lican C o u n ­ ty C o m m ittee, w ill be h e ld a t th e C o u r t H o u s e in G o shen, N . Y., T u e s d a y , th e 27th day of A u g u st, 1912, a t 11 o’clock, a. m ., fo r th e pur­ p o s e o f d e s ig n a tin g can d id a tes for n o m in a t io n fo r office, a s provided by C h a p ter 891, o f th e L a w s of 1911, to b e v o ted fo r a t th e n e x t en s u in g o f ­ ficia l prim a r y electio n to b e h e ld th e 17th day o f S e p tem b e r , 1912, and fo r th e tran s a c tion of su c h oth e r b u s ­ in e s s as m a y properly com e b e fore sa id m e e tin g . A t th e close o f said m e e t in g , a m e e t in g o f th e m e m b e r s of th e C o u n ­ ty C o m m ittee resid in g in th e 2nd A s ­ sem b ly D istrict o f said county, a c t ­ in g a s th e A s s e m b ly D istrict for said D istrict, w ill be h e ld a t said p lace fo r th e purpose o f d e s ign a tin g a can ­ d id a te for n o m in a t ion for th e office of M e m b e r o f A ssem b ly, and also for d e s ig n a t in g can d id a tes fo r p a r t y p o ­ sitio n s as d e tegates and a lt e r n a t e s to th e R e p u b lican S tate C o n v e n tion to b e h e ld a t th e V illa g e o f Saratoga Sp r in g s , T u e sday, th e 25th day of Sep t e m b e r , 1912, a t 12 o’clock noon, a s provided by th e call o f said Con­ v e n t io n issu e d b y th e R e p u b lican S t a t e C o m m ittee, and fo r th e tr a n s ­ a c tio n Of su c h oth e r b u s in e s s as m a y p r o p e r ly com e b e fore said m e e tin g . D a ted, A u g u s t 5th, 1912. G E O R G E F . G R E G G , C h a irm a n . •TAMES M I L L E R , Secretary. calm tem p e r a m e n t , and w isd o m at th e h e lm . L e t ch a n g e s be w r o u g h t co n ­ s tru c t iv e ly n o t d e s tru c tively. D rop cla s s hatred. T h e m e n w h o have' given th e ir blood to th e b u s in e s s su c c e s s o f th is cou n try and have su c c e e d e d are en titled to con s id e r a tion as w e ll as th o s e w h o h a v e failed . T h e y w a n t e v ­ olu tion not revolu tion . T h e evolu tion su c h a s P r e s id e n t T a f t rep r e s e n ts. ' It is rid icu lou s to su p p o s e an y m e n can block w h a t is in th e h e a r ts o f the people. T h e great R e p u b lica n party w h o s e p r in c ip a ls h a v e found favor w ith, t h e people o f th e n a tion for a h a lf century w ill certain ly not try. It’s su p p o r ters b e lieve it b e s t rep r e ­ sen t s th e desires in th e h e a r t s o f m o st o f all th e p e o p le a t th is tim e for a carefu l, san e n a tio n a l govern m e n t. A m a n w ith a club is n o t need e d a t th is tim e , nor a m a n w ith p r e tty th e o r ies and no exp e r ien c e . P r e s id e n t T a ft, w ith th e sp irit of th e b e s t o f th e n a ­ tion as h is guide, w ill n o t fail. H e h a s proven fit to in terp r e t and put into effect th e n a t io n ’s presen t diesires, born out o f th e so -ca lled social u p ­ h e a v a l. H e sh o u ld be re-electedl. E O U N T H ^.XBH@5PDNDENBE o f m e e tings K n igh t, o f P o r t Jervis, p a s s e d la s t tim e , h a v e th e p leasu r e W e d n e s d a y and T h u r s d a y a t th e m a n v friends, h o m e o f J a m e s V a n ^Sickle. i Mr. and Mrs. W ilson, am Mrs. C o r n e lius C o r tright and ch il- D o n a ld, h a v e returned, to dren. of W o r tendyke. passed th e h a v in g sp e n t sev e r a l w e e k s w e e k - e n d a t V^!m. S la ter’s. • S k in n e r ’s. , Mr. and Mrs. C h a r les Cooke, w h o Mr. and Mrs. E. A. C a r th e u s e r a n a ■ ;d an a u t o I little son.. B r o o k lv n . a t V . h a v e been passin g a w e e k here, re- M iss M a b e l SlUnner turned T u e s d a y to th e ir h o m e at trip to L iberty. Saturd«y. T H E T IM E S A N D T A F T , M a n y m e n are tryin g to analyze w h a t th e y are p leased to call th e p r e s ­ e n t social u p h e a v a l in A m e r ica an-i o u t o f t h e b e s t o f op in ion s it is not h a r d to draw th e co n c lu s ion th a t th e n a t io n ’s in d ivid u a ls are m e r e ly 'r e ­ tu r n in g to th e old relig io u s truths, co n c lu d in g th a t th e r e are stan d a r d s ^greater th a n m e r e p h y s ical and finan­ cia l prosperity, upon w h ich an y en ­ d u r in g prosperity m u s t rest. A .“an tim e n t is ferm e n t in g in th is n a t io n w h ich w h e n th e ch ild r e n now in in f a n c y com e to fa c e th e w o r ld to ea r n a livin g , w ill give th e m b e tter id e a l s o f ju s tice and fa irn e s s and of in d iv id u a l resp o n s ib ility fo r th e w e l ­ fa r e of a ll h u m a n ity. T h is u p h e a v a l is th e exclu s iv e prop e r ty of no m e n or c l a s s o f m e n . E d u c a t e d m e n and w e a lt h y m e n , ign o r a n t m e n and poor m e n , R e p u b lican s and D e m o c r a ts, and blind and fren z ied follo w e r s o f th e d e m a g o g u e s are recogn izin g th a t since th e C ivil W a r w e ’ve been goin g fa s t tow a r d a trem e n d o u s accu m u lation o f w e a lt h , m in u s m u c h th a t m ig h t be d e s ired in character, in social ju s tice, in p u r ity and h o n e s ty and h o m e ly -virtue. P r e s id e n ts nor C o n g r e s ses can ch a n g e th e h e a r t o f th e p e o p le and th e id e a ls o f th e people. T h a t is and m u s t be grad u a l and sp o n tan e o u s . It is a lso irresistib le. N e ith e r th is m a n n o r th a t m a n can ch e c k or h a s ten its -progress. M en can on ly try to in ter­ p r e t su c h a change. T h e r e is little doubt t h a t th e nation h a s reach e d a crisis in its d e v e lop - ^ e n t . It n e e d s a t su c h tim e a m a n of A BETTER ,>rETROI»Or/IS. G a m b lin g on c e w a s one o f m a n ’s leg itim a t e p a s tim e s w h e n h e w a s n ’t w e a r in g w a r p a in t and crack in g th e sk u lls o f oth e r m e n or k illin g gam e . T h e gam b lin g lu s t is a su r v ival o f th e old sa v a g e w h e n w o m e n did a ll of th e u s e f u l w o r k . N e w Y o r k ’s M a yor, w h a t e v e r m a y be th o u g h t o f h is a t t i ­ tu d e tow a r d th is R o s e n th a l case, u t ­ tered a tru th w h e n h e said o n ly th e ch u r c h e s and th e S u n d a y S c h o o ls can effectively stam p ou t gam b lin g . N e w Y o rk can stam p ou t p o lice grafters h o w e v e r and sh o u ld be ab le to keep th e m stam p e d out, a fa c t M a y o r G a y - nor d o e s n ’t seem to h a v e b e e n m u c h en th u s e d about. A n d an h o n e s t p o ­ lice fo r c e can k e e p gam b lin g w ith all its a t t e n d a n t villa in y far b e lo w th e su r face, w h e r e it dare n o t and can n o t flourish a s it h a s been flou r is h in g in N e w Y o r k . O n e g r e a t en c o u r a g in g fea t u r e of th e p r e s e n t situ a t io n in N e w Y o r k is th a t m o s t o f th e p e o p le are aga in s t gam b lin g . T h e r e is no dou b t ab o u t th a t. T h e ch u r c h e s and S u n d a y S c h o o ls h a v e traveled far sin c e th e d a y s w h e n m e n w o r e iron h a b e r ­ d a s h e r y and greeted th e ir en e m ies w ith a m e a t axe. G o v e r n o r H u g h e s d e m o n s trated th a t fa c t in h is su c c e s s ­ fu l cam p a ign a g a in s t race track g a m ­ bling. , R e s p e c t a b le N e w Y o r k e r s m a y h o p e fo r a clean e r city th a n th e y h a v e h a d in som e years. T h e y h a v e discovered th e ir ow n stren g th . W ith a p o lice fo r c e fa it h f u lly rep r e s e n tin g th e m th e fo r c e s o f ev il m u s t h e k e p t in ch e c k u n til righ teou s n e s s p r e v a ils in even th e h e a r ts o f th e guinmen. N e w Y o r k C ity nor an y o th e r c it y in th e cou n try n e e d b e con t r o lled by th e v icio u s an y lon g e r th a n It ta k e s for th e p e o p le o f h o m e s and ch ild r e n and sch o o ls and ch u r c h e s to g e t to g e t h e r and te ll th e ir officials th e y w a n t th e la w en forced and if th e y d o n ’t en ­ fo r c e it p u t m e n in office w h o w ill. TOWNANICOUNTRY Special Letters to The Tri-States Union From Three States, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. M r. an d Mrs. M iss M a b e l S3U] tr ip to L iberty . Saturc P ish k ill-o n - th e - H u d s o n . accom p a n ied Mr. and M rs. N e w t o n by th e ir niece. M iss E z o la B e e m e r . Orland’o. F lorid a , are visitin® ^ T h e P r e s b y terian social. w h ich ter. M iss F lo r e n c e C. Skinner. T h is took p lace on th e sch o o l- h o u s e is Mr. C o r n is h ’s first v isit h e r e in 2 d - grounds, last T u e s d a y evening, w a s years. w e ll attended and over $40 w e r e real- Mrs. Jo h n Sherw o o d ' is en t e r t a in in g ized. h e r son. W e s ley L a R u e . and w ife, o f ' ■ ........ ........ . ' — \ • Mr. and Mrs. O scar W o r d e n le f t Syracuse.. ! M o n d a y for U lster county, for an in- , ------- ---------- b e a u tifu l K im o n a girl; E d d ie B o r n as la s t m o n th. She now h a s a certificate d e finite stay. T v lcr H i l l E o r n sky, th e peddler; Mrs. D r a k e as th a t en titles her to teach any sc h o o l ' T h e ’-ew sh e d s at L ibertyville are T v I at - H ill Ana- 1 9 M rs D u n n e r y th e W a s h Lady, and C h a rlie, her pal; in N e w Y o r k state. Mrs. W o lfe n e a r in g com p letion. * a n d son o f N e w Y o r k C ity are a t th e Mrs, S teinroeder as A p p le M ary; M iss ta u g h t her first sch o o l a t W e s tcolan g . | W ilbur B e e m e r entertain e d a n u m - Q lver H o u s e r as Ri a h R a h boy, and E t h - P a . S h e th e n w e n t to N e w Y o r k ber o f h is frien d s M o n d a y afternoon. . num b e r' from h e r e atten d e d th e lieg e chum ; Y o u n g R o b b ie sta t e and tau g h t ab o u t th r e e years, th e occasion b e in g to celebrate h is ^ C a lUcoon and saw n o th in g . C leaner: Joh n C u n n ingham A fter th a t attended th e T r a in in g C lass 10th birthday. T h e aftern o o n w a s F o r e s t T a v lor an d M a r ian hn B lau th as E v a T a n g w a y ; a t P o r t Jervis. Sh e again returned , m o s t p leasan tly sp e n t and a b o u n t i- T o r r v 'sn e n t part o f la s t w e e k w i i h stein r o e d e r a s R el. A g n e s as D a n and ffisrincU o n ^ ^ llS ? a i u T ’a ? th e S g h - u n t i r s h e T b t S T staTe'^c^^^^^^^^^ h r p u 7 r e t o n r o n S r ^ S ' t S e ^ f o m ^ - cem ed dia ian s and ors. A t ab o u t 11 o’cl im ents. ad by all pres- grand n refreshrr Mrs, M. L. ■ances H e n r y , m e n d ing a coi»- L iebla. [O u r corresp o n d e n ts are urged to send in th e ir n e w s letters early in th e w e e k . L e tters m u s t reach The T r i-S tates U n ion n o t later th a n T u e s ­ day even in g to insure pu b lication th e same weeK. If a news letter does not appear it is only because it reached us too la te for p u b lication .— 'E d itor]. SU L L IV A N COUNTY. NaiTOWshurg. N a r r o w sburg, A u g . 19.— M iss E lla D river, of N e w Y o r k City, is v isitin g h e r fath e r , Mr. Jam e s D r iver. | yorl M iss E v a B. G reen sp e n t several L^'Kalbfi days of last w e e k a t P o r t Jervis. | M iss Clara R ixton is v isitin g rela- Mrs. B d g ^ r F e id ler and little *1';^ a t L ivin g s ton Mai daughter, o f P h ilad e lp h ia, P a ., i s ' v isitin g a t th e h o m e o f Mr. and A d a m F e id ler. . tery. M isses T im e and F loren c e H a a s , o f v isitin g a t th e h o m e Jerrsey City, are visitin g - - tow n . I Mr. and Mrs. \Willard H ick o k and -nd Mrs. Clar and M abel Ginj colored ce m e vendor s, w e r e rei too place, follow e d by A jo lly good tim e w a s h; B a ir y v ilk B a r r y v ille, A u g . 19.- T u r n e r and nephew , o f M iddletow n , are si Die o f w e e k s w ith Mrs. W i _____ Mr. W m . H . G ibbs and w ife, Stroudsiburg. P a ., registered at S p r in g H o u s e Sunday. M isses A n n a and L e ta L iebla D o r o th y B ird sp e n t W ednedi P o r t Je er rv \ W o lfe, o f B a r r y v ille. j M iss W ilh e m in a Schott, sister ol Mrs. W o lfe, tau g h t sch o o l tw o years and th e n en tered th e T r a inIng in g Class ___ ____ _______ ___ _____ C la ss wei at M o n tieello. N. Y.. from w h ich sh e T hu ---------- -------------------- , graduated with honors. She returned , Mrs. Elizabeth Hough is staying ; home and taught one vear at Tusten I with her daughter. Mrs. Elmer Slate. B r ink and E ston Coi ors at M iddleto' l r s d a y and F r iday. Mrs. Elizabeth He ’o r t J is. Mr. and teach the same | Mrs. Mahlon Groom, of near XJnion- .'ville. sDent Monday with Mr, and Mrs ________ _.ck. also of this , James Van Sickle. assed her examinations and ' Robert Struble. Jr., and family, of WO years a t T u s ten and th e n S’^te H ill, v isited over Saturday nisrht entered th e T r a in in g C lass a t P o r t and Sunday w ith h is parents. Mr. Jervis, from w h ich sh e graduated and Mr? R o b e r t Struble. Sr., of M a- w ith ho on no or r s la s t June. She h a s been Die G rove Farm . '■■■ \\lorence P e llet, o f B e e m e r - a recen t gu e s t o f M iss Ile le an d Mrs. R o s a and daughter. r York, sp e n t Sunday w ith Mrs. l s la s t Jun e . Sh e h a s bee n P ie G rove Far m , ig a g e d to teach th is w in t e r a t F r e - M iss F loren c e P e lle l m o n t Center. N. Y.. a t $15 a w e e k . M ile, w a s £ T h e s e th r e e y o u n g lad ies h a v e al- M e d d a u g h . ys lived in T u sten and h a v e nover I Mr. and m e s d a le. a te a c h - exten d con- I g i a t u i a t io n s to her. urcon Mr. W , L. J a c k s o n ig entertaining, his uncle. Mr. A p p ly, and cousin, fronx C o n n e c ticut. Clarence Fbrtnam and R obert Mitchell spent Tuesday evening a t GalXicoon. Every one went to the picnic at M ilanvilre W e d n e s d a y a n d a ll h a d a v e r y en joyab le tim e . Mrs; L u tz h a s a new F o r d ear. T h e m u s ica l and\ litera r y en ter­ tain m e n t a t Mrs. E. T. G iver’s w a s w e l l attended and v e r y m u c h en j o y e d bv th e participants. V a len t in e to o k a p a r ty B a y o n n e , f e w day: H a r p e r V L iberty T u e s d a y aftern o o n in h is c a n Mrs. hom e . In term e n t a t EW rea cem e - ^ tiT e y t t ‘l u ‘“ x D l n s M ' ' w h n £ d a u a w S ^ at sch o o l and one them assisted hom e . W h a t th e s e lad ies have a com p lished can be done by others. dines, o f N e w Yorl a t th e h o m e o f Mrs f N e w a r k , visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. la s t w e e k . j cha^ ohnson A s p e ll an d ’' d a u g h te r . L u lu, of N e w ton, are en tertain e d by rela tiv e s -h e r M i«. H e r m a n Inderlied, o f C o c h e c - ' ^ ^ S k ® ^ l d \ C m f l y ^ o f W i l k e ? - S r r ': f I v isitin g a t th e hom e o f Mr. H lck o k ’s sister. Mrs. P r a n k L a w - ST E E L A N D W O O L V E T O E S . T h e N e w Y o r k Sun is n o t n o t ice­ ably for Mr. T a ft, b u t it fra n k ly ad ­ m its ed it o r ially th a t th e recen t w o o l and steel b ills low e r in g the tariff on those products and vetoed b y the P r e s id e n t , w-ere an “ old co m e d y in p o litics.” “ T h e y w e r e n o t h o n e s tly economic.” “ They were shiftly polit­ ical measures.” L e t th e tariff be sh a v e n and shorn as m u c h as it can be or should be, w ith th e proper regard for business and labor, b u t let th e job be done by a sin g le party, responsibly, soberly, deliberately, and n o t b y im p r o v isa­ tion, coalition and buncom b e . “ P o s s ib ly th e D e m o c r a ts w h e n ev­ er th e y com e to pow e r w ill look u p ­ on tariff revision w ith less eagerness. A t an y rate w e ta k e it th a t busin e s s m e n w ill n o t w e e p if no d isturbance is n o w p r e c ip it a ted .” ------------------- -f-f --------------- ---- SUM S IT IIP, Vice-President Sherman’s speech ov acceptance delivered at Utica on W e d n e s d a y con c lu d e d as follow s : “W e ask th a t th e R e p u b lican party and its can d id a t e s be tried upon th e record o f service and a c c o m p lish ­ m e n ts. W e n e a r th e end o f P r e s id e n t T a f t ’s first term o f service, w ith oui gov e r n m e n t a t am ity w ith a ll foreign pow e r s, am id d o m e stic tran q u ility and w ith our p e o p le blessed b y p r o s­ p e r ity and abu n d a n c e ; our n a v i a m o n g th e fo r e m o s t o f th e w o r ld; our arm y in a h ig h d e g r e e o f ex c e l le n c e » our p o s tal service, fo r th e first tim e in its history, self-su s ta in in g ; th e co l' ossal dream o f th e centuries, an Isth ­ m ian Canal, a lm o s t a com p leted rea l­ ity; our foreign and d o m e s tic co m ­ m e r c e in a con d ition o f activity, vigor and h e a lth , m e e t in g th e desires of tho m o s t op tim istic, and every deparx- m e n t o f th e govern m e n t, rendering proper and efficient aid to law -ab id ­ in g citizen s in every ca llin g . C o n fident th a t th e A m e r ican p e o p le are n o t yex w illin g to d e s troy and discard th e co n s t itu tio n w h ich h a s stood th e test o f m o r e th a n a cen tu r y ; w h ich was, fram e d , expounded and u p h e ld by th e grea t m e n o f th e past, th a t th e y havu n o t y e t forgotten th e direfu l resu lt ol th e m ista k e o f 1892, w e calm ly aivah th[e id e s o f N o v e m b e r .” ton, N. Y., sp e n t Satu r d a y h o m e o f Mrs. J. S. A n d e r son. Dr. and Mrs. B. B. L indridge and | f e n c e , son, o f B r o o k lyn, L. I., and M iss A lice I - L indridge, o f Sh o h o la, P a ., sp e n t j W e d n e s d a y and T h u r s d a y w ith th e Y o r k la t t e r ’s sister, Mrs. L. N. G u theil. w eek, M iss M a rie P e r r thon, o f B r o o k lyn, N. Y., is v isitin g h e r sister, Mrs. P . J. S c h n e ider. R e v . and Mrs. W a lter W a lk e r and daughter, Olive, o f W h ite M ills, P a ., sp e n t several days o f last w e e k a t th e h o m e o f Dr, P a r s e lls. Mr. Sam L o n g m o r e , of N e w Y o r k City, is sp e n d in g h is vacation a t th e h o m e o f Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L a h m . Mr. Chas. R inn, o f M ill R ift, P a ., sp e n t S u n d a y w ith h is parents, M. and Mrs. O w en R inn. M a ster G ordon A n d e r son is v isitin g relatives a t H o n e s d a le, P a . Mr. and Mrs. Jbhn H u n t and little daughter, o f C h a tham , N. J., h a v e re­ turned to th e ir hom e , after sp e n d in g a w e e k w ith th e fo r m e r ’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. H u n t. Sr. M isses M a y Carroll and Sad ie M c­ D o n o u g h and Mr. W illiam Carroll, of B r o o k lyn, are visitin g a t th e h o m e of Mr. and M rs. J. H . K irk. A m o n g th e fa m ilia r fa c e s from N e w Y o r k C ity w e n o tice Leo B e y e r, H a n k F ish e r and B illy C u m m ings, sto p p in g a t th e A n n e x H o tel. W A Y N E COUNTY. lir T h u r s d a y eveninsr- k n o w Mr. L loyd h a d th e m isfortu n e to fa ll and break h i s Dr. A p p ly w a s ca lled an d h a s I Of th e case. larp an d n iece retu r n e d t o Saturday, a f t e r a fo u r ; w ith Mrs. M inch. A b r a h a m ga-ve- a tea partY Tuesday aftern o o n . T h e gu e s t o f h o n - ir w a s M iss Carr, o f D a k o ta, w h o is fisiting friend's- here. P r e a c h in g here S u n d a y ev e n in g b y . p . M inch. a M y ron sp e n t T h u r .s - New jersey eek s ’ -usit _ L o ttie H a n k in s v isited a t P o r t jrvis W e d n e sday. Mr. H e r m a n D e c k n a tel, City, w a s a caller in N e ’ house. Mr. ■ J. M. h e sick list for 3 I in isin k F o r d . M inisink F o r d . A u g . 19 .— 1 Sm ith o f B in g h a m ton , is visi parents. Mr. and Mrs. W e s le Mrs. J. C a m p b e ll w a s a P o r t J e r v is on Saturday. B e s s ie M orris and Mrs. W . A. K in n e lly and 16 gu e s ts SO badly Sibrned, ley Sm ith, caller in ____ ice. M il- . o f J e r s e y City, are sp e n d in g a few leks w ith th e la tter’s parents. Mr. nd M rs. W a lter M orris. Mr. and Mrs. Sim m and daughter, Clsie. o f N e w Y o r k City, are sp e n d in g few w e e k s in tow n . Mr. W e s leyy'S Sm ith ;;ro N e a l lves,_ o f th is place, and Ja^k , ^ jf^ k b e r r ies are very n ien tifu l. hs. M itchell took a p a r ty to M a r i- bout h is hom e . ticn’h^dlT^^irpedandale la s t T h u r sday in M s car. w e e . -p.< - 4 i?“ r a ? e ’r 1 ! during and after the conflagration. I' M c K inley and N e a l Ives escan< PTeen aoD lost a fine porker cause, but w a s n o t awa u n til th e trouble devel< “ M r. W e sT e m ith and M iss A n n a is h a v in g a fine season Johnson, o f W h ite M ills, sp e n t S u n - ' C o ttage, w h ich sh e le: day w ith Mr. and Mrs. W e s ley Sm ith, sum m e r . • T h e h o u s e is : , S ! | ly w ith M r. an d Mrs. W e s le y M iss P e a r l B a r n e s h a s le f t to\ a few w e e k s ’ vacation . E ldred. Eldred, A u g . 19.— P h o tograp h e r . It h a s in v e s ted in a m o to su m m er. • T h e h o u s e is n e w and very p leasan tly located, overlook in g th e „ H o n e s d a le.. Jake. I B e s s ie R o lisoi I Grand V iew F a r m . E d w a r d B o r n - ' r a igned ! s tein, proprietor, is overrun w ith “^.y mor g a y e t v by its fo r t y .o r m o r e su m m e r Iv conduct, f^uests. Mr. and Mrs. B o r n s tein are bail and enter: ipular caterers. T w e lve or m o r e O c tober term of coui - - - law y e r . C. A. McCarts E v e r y gallon: costs a parater’s daj^’s P o o r paint, m o r e gallon s ; g o o d paint, lesg gallons. ^ ^ .-w I E v e r y extra g a llon ad d s to you r W a m e s » » n t y S e w s . ■ - ■ w o r k ; n o t fa r from $5 a gallon. T h e r e are a dozen good p a in t s an d hundreds o f poor ones. D e v o e i.s one. of th e dozen. T h e ch a n c e s axe; th e r e ign’\t a n o t h e r in th is tow n . D E V O E Jo n e s ’\ D r u g Store sells it. > of PP romr ipton. . before Ju:stice o m w a s £ i Sm ith T h u r s - j ing on a ch a r g e of disordcr- ;t. Mrs. R o lison fui ired '’] b r n ish e d ap p e a l for th e rt through h e r A u g , 19. — M iss lOklyn. is soendin ir hom tow n for a few days. E d n a P a r t r id g e h a s gon e to B r o o k ­ lyn for an indefinite sta ’'s. L. B e y e r , H . F ish e r an d ^ Y m . Cum ­ m ins. o f N e w -York, w h o an v p lea s a n t sur iglstered at +be Ai rk . w h o ha'v im m ers here. are nnex Hotel for two w e e k s . A m o n g th e la t e arrivals at T h e md Mrs. H . K r a n tz, D e x ter is ta k in g in th e sig h t s Y o r k for a few w e e k s . ! o t M Mis.ses A lice and F a n n ie N e w Y o r k City are gu e s ts O. S a r g e a n t and fam ily. > J a c k ’s ice cream parlors, fru it and con f e c tion e r y stan d are crow d e d , and th e little opstofflee on th e corner seem to be ch ief attraction s for city folks, w h o gath e r by th e hundreds and talk I over old tim e s w h ile th e m a il is b e in g | irted, a f ter w h ich , w ith a lantern sw in g in g on thei back to th e m a n y su;m Mrs. L u k e D a iley i: proved in h e a lth and soon to rem o v e to M. w h e r e Mr. D a iley h a s ste:ady we heard about it, but ■esorts. vhat im - arm s th e y i m er fam ilv is b n v a u p V a lley, s em p loy- m o u n t a in s and its accom m o d a tior arc a lw a y s in dem a n d . Mrs. P e terson . \W. E. Owen. \W. J K in n e lly. E. M. Crandall A. A, Ha: en. F. B. O wen. M e tzgers’. T. N. R:: cine. T h eo. \West and A. B r a d ley ai h a v in g a good season. N e w e id e n . N e w e id e n . A u g . 18.— ^Mrs. S. Strebel .nd son, G eorge. Mrs. H . J. \Weiden eorge S. B e u r k e t. o f th is place, been notified to appear b e fore a board of exam in e r s a t P o r t Slocum . N. Y.. on A p r il 24. to tak e an exam ­ in a tion for entrance to th e United\ S tates M ilitary A c a d e m y a t W e s t P o int. T h e ap p o in tm e n t w a s secu r e d th r o u g h th e efforts o f C o n g r e s s m a n I W . D. B. A iney. o f th e 14th district. Mrs. Chas. N e im a n w a s arrested on ^ \Wednesday la s t by D e t e c t ive Spencer th e ch a r g e of arson. Mrs. N e im a n leld a t .$200 'bail fo: o r th e O ctober an d so n , G eorg e . Mrs. H . J. W e ide n w a s he ld a t .$200 'bail f and son. ^be an n u a l jury jjy ju s t ic e Sm ith. Galil: . 2 0 .- news sometimes. G.^ \W. Engelmann : days w ith h is auto. ~ anning has gong to Bing- • a few w e e k s ’ stay. Hi.«hlan(l Lake. H igh lan d L a k e . A u g . 19 — H igh lan d ike, Sullivan county, seems to be £ ot th is season fo r citi great ; w e n t over t Mr. L o u H e with his car 1 So far Mr. G a lilee. Aug. 20.— Percy, th e onlv son o f Mr. and Mrs. E d . H a d sel. v ' l s drow n e d w h ile fishing in Bushes- L a k e lay aftern o o n . H e ai P'alter Hadsel. aged' ;ason f o r citv r h o u s e is fu ll th e s e day s \ Edna B n ___ .. h a m t o n fo r a fe w w e e k s ’ W m . D a r lin g and fam ily, o f B in g ­ h a m ton. a r e s p e n d in g som e tim e on th e farm n e a r B e a v e r B r o o k . Mr. D a r lin g cam e dow n in h is F o r d tou r ­ in g car, W m . S tanton and fam ily, o f Bro( lyn. w h o h a v e been v isitin g a S c h n e id e r ’s for th e o a s t ttvo retu r n e d h o m e Sunday. iveeks. I to overflow ing. M any are a w a v for lack o f accom m o d a tion s . The Lake View House, C. C. & M, nur: I D. M yers, proprietors, is crow d e d chei ■ w ith So guests. T h e A v e n d o r f is ca- l M terin g to 110. Mr. J. B o v d . 45. Mrs. Mr. W a it. 15. M rs. Geo. M ills, 40. Mrs. er attended th e annual firem er B o sch. ab o u t 30. T h e M inisink nie a t N a r r o w s b u r g . H o u se. S. A. M yers, prop.. 25, Mr. A. | Mr. H, J. W e iden sp e n t th e w eekr W . M y ers and m a n y others a sm a ller end at his cou n try h o m e a t this num b e r . H igh lan d L a k e C a sino h a v in g a m o s t b 7th A ll report a very good tim e . Mrs. W e iden had th e good fortu n e o f w i n n in - a b e a u t i­ fu l centerpiece. The affair was a gre a t su c c e s s , both so e ia llv and finan- Mr. and Mrs. B o r m a n also I Jrow n , lately. _ B o m . to Mr. and Mrs. E r n e st h a s h a d tw o I-^j^ite A u g u s t ISth. a daughter, pects several co n g r a tu lation s , m th e near | t . F. Gilro; a X'ter V „a 1is s 1„« a very l a r « fam ilv ' one into th e i Doyifl Bushe: nine years. w th e boat r in g S. H a n k im erv business, his specialty being | H^^J. . o f Midd with her i Irs. A m y V a n Orden. Mr. David WilTnarth and family. I also M iss C lara B a r ten. o f Scranton. I P a ., sp e n t th e p a s t w e e k w ith h is m o - jher. Mrs. M a rtha W 'ilm arth. a n d ot'n- relatives here. F o s terd a le. P o s terd a le. A u g . 19.— Mis: H o n e sdale. P a ., is h o m e o f our postm : >me o f ou r postm a ster. P. A. I Ralph Magaw. of Pof-t Jervis. w e e k h e r e a Mrs. A. J. H e irs York, v isited h e r parents. Mrs. J. B u sch, la s t w e e k . Jis s Seitz, of i^st at th e d fam ily, of N e w Mr. and prosperous fine dan c in g pavil: Iley. pool room , b o a t liv( returned Sunday evening, h a v in g ered th e d istan c e o f 12 m iles h C o c h e c ton C enter. G rant Av: th is w e e k . Ontario & Western Detective J. A b p lanaln sp e n t th e w e e k -en d h e r e with his family. Q u ite a num-her from h e r e attended th e W ild W e s t Show a t C a llicoon last W e s tb r o o k x ille. W e s tb r o o k v ille, Aug. 20. — Mrs. J e s s e B r o o k sby and daughter, F l o r ­ ence, o f R e n s s e laer, N. Y., recently v isited Mrs, A n n R h o d e s and other rela tiv e s here. w ill be a p a r ty Saturday a f - and even in g , i^ug. 24. a t th e inner, of. ernoon an d eve n in g . A u g . lom e o f Mrs. E . P . B a b c o c k . Ice- id cak e w ill be cream an d ca k e w ill I Mr. and M rs. R o b e r t oiaihuci . ui M a tam o r a s P a ., v isited Mrs. H a r r y P ia t t o n ° d a y la s t w e e k . Mrs. W m . S. M illar and Mr*- H. 1 \ . B r o w n sp e n t a cou p le o f days a t Tri- S tates and P o r t Jervis la s t xveek. M rs. G eorge T illison and daughter. N ina, of U n ion H ill. N. J.. recen tly v isited Mrs. A lvah P a n tlev and other rela tiv e s h e r e . ^ B a r r y v ille. B a r r y v ille, A u g . 19.— T h e g u e s ts o f Mt. P lea s a n t H o u se,M r. and Mrs, W m . W o lfe, proprietor, particip a ted in a p leasan t en tertain m e n t and m a s q u e ­ rade one ev e n in g last w e e k , w h ich w ill lon g be rem e m b e r e d by all jpesent. T h e en tertain m e n t con s is ted o f vocal and in s tru m e n tal m u sic and yau d v ille, dialogues, and fam iliar airs. ‘ principalrincipal masq^uasqueraders A m o n g th e p m w e r e Mr. W. S c h u lth e is (W illie) little Speck as C o lm stock; C u ty S< ilas and Mir: nem a n n , ind; Mr. ier, and J . ; M iss M a r g a r e t G illt Wilson, o f Glen Spey, ’ th e h o m e o f th e ir sister. Mrs. Geo. M ills, a t th e M ills H o u s e , on W e 'l- nesday' o f last w e e k . M iss B e lle M ills visited at th e h o m e of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lyon in Monti- cello la s t w e e k . ' Mrs. Chas. Irwin, of Yonkers, \was ® a g u e s t a t th e M ills H o u s e last w e e k , dining A m a n d a Stanton. M o n g a u p V a lley, is stopplnt h o m e of h e r daughter. Mi H o r ton, a t H igh lan d L a k e. -^ foirm ’ll ton. D. C.. is visitin g rela tiv e s here. I F loren c e P r ice recen t ly e” ^ertain.=jd 1 h e r S u n d a y School class. T h e even - , i n g w a s sp e n t w ith m u s ic and gam e s. ' i a n d th e tim e passed very quickly.. — T h e I M ary and K a tie Orr are en lo y in g a Co- v isit w ith th e ir aunt. Mr.s. B lair, at R ileyville. Mrs. C. A. Tyler and sons. C h a rles. •Heinle. N o tw ith s ta n d in g a h e a v y Clayti layton and G a rrison. of WiHves- rain ab o u t 5 o ’c lock in th e afternoon. ' B a r t h e h o m e \which stron g ly so a k e d th e grounds, it Mr. in M o n ti- ^ success. T h e people retired to T y ler spei sp a c iou s room s o f Mr. H e in le’s here, and busin e s s w e n t on. T h e lon g | City W ith th e ir b o w lin g alle y , po o l roo m , b o a t barber shop, souvenirs, ice-cream , con f e c tion e r y and cigars th e v xre m e e t in g th e w a n ts of th e stran g e r s M rJ^D.^A.’^Gmesptel'^bf C a rteret. N. I C o c h e c ton C enter. A u g . 19. — M iss M a_rgaret G ille spie and M rs Cenfe” *^ w a s M rs Geo h e ld A u g . 13th. on th e law n o f W . F. I Mrs — - ■ -Heinle. N o tw it h s ta n d in g a h e a v y C i erly g at th e . ing a few w e e k s w ith jorge H. T y ler. Mr. lay w ith h is fam ily A n y T im e You want a good quality of cream,. or ch o ice fruits, or fine co n f e c t io n e r y , w r ite US, or call a t eith e r of ou r , and w e can su p p ly you a t v e r y Cream pack e d and reasonal shipped rices. Cre ippe d to any point. B o a r d in g - uses:s w illill doo w e ll to look u s UP- ,de, an d w d pt delivery w ill be 'action guaranteed.— len or C rystal P a lace T h e P o r t B a b y w o n ’t suffer five m in u tes w ith croup if you ap p ly Dr. T h o m a s ’ E c ­ lectic Oil a t once. I t acts lik e m a g ic. One Cent a Word F O R E A C H IN S E R T IO N . N O A D ­ VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR L E S S T H A N IS C E NTS A N D C A S H OR POSTAGE STAMPS MUST B E SE N T W I T H E V E R Y O R D E R . M a k e it k n o w n if you h a v e a n y - , th in g you w a n t to buy, sell, ren t , o r / exch a n g e , an y tliin g you h a v e lo s t or h a d stolen, th r o u g h our “ Q N E - C E N T -A -W O K D ” colu m n h e lo w a n d you tviK g e t quick retu im s .. T h is co l­ um n Is design e d to brin g th e b u y e r a n d seller to g e t h e r on sa les th a t d o n o t w a r r a n t “lai'ge exp e n d it u r e s o f cash .” hoi th e m a n y go< t h e lad ies of , never snare any T h e large sitti: peop le retire d to o f M r. H e in le ’s __ lo n g I City people are en.ioying th e ir v a c a - w ith tion at E d w a r d _a n d J. D. D e x t e r ’s. w a s spread thin.gs prepared by an( ichecton Center, w h o , ho^ 3 plenty. tio n a t E d w a r d ai a n d the: H o c k e r Br:oth e r s have H o c k e r )u se filled w ith su m m e r guests. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K in g and son. of York, are visitin g parents. Mrs. Chas. R. Dext< lake V iew T u sten. 19.— ^Charle Mrs. L u scom b e na. of B r o o k lyn. : A. S. N ich o ls’. M isses H e len ibiting and I m a n y fa n c y articles. T h e ha: I w ich e s w e r e esp e c ially fine. M any j th a n k s to Mr. Jacob \Winand. o f N a r ­ row sburg. our popular m e a t m an. T u sten. A u g . 19.— ^Charles \Witsen w h o g e n e r o u s ly donated a large ham . and sister, o f N e w Y o r k City, are . x’he lad ies o f th e G u ild cleared a lit- b o a r d ing at W m . D e t e r ich ’s. | t ie o v e r one hundred dollar.s and the Mrs. L a v illa B a r low returned from church a little over fifty dollars. W u r tsboro on M onday, h a v in g re- | Mr. and Mrs. L ighte. of N e w Y o rk ham . and cousin. G ertrude m a ined on ly a w e e k w ith h e r dau g h - j Citv. th e p a r ties w h o p r e s e n ted th e | M iss H e len T w ieh e ll vei ter. people o f Co'^becton C e n ter w ith th e , r e n d e r e d solos a t th e a fter W e s ley R o b e r ts, o f P o r t Jervis, ch u r c h bell and w h ich w a s dedicated i e v e n in g serv ices Sunday, came up Friday morning and return- one year ago at th e ir annual fair, j Fred Samson, o f Binghamton spent ed th a t evening. ! tvere on th e grounds and seem e d to Sunday a t h is hom e here. W e are M isses B e s s ie and B e a trice th o r o u g h ly em'ov b e in g present. | Pleased to learn th a t h e h a s bean and B e s s ie and H a ttie D e ter- e r - | k . m . R e m o l d s and w ife, of i p r o m o ted w ith a nice ad v a n c e in sal- ■ ' \ K e n o z a L a k e , togeth e r w ith many , ary. from L a k e H u n tin g ton and Lava. | Mrs. Sam u e l H a n k in s and daugh- helped to sw e ll the num b e r s and th e ter. W inifred, of B ingham ton, visited treasury. T h e r e is no doubt if it h a d n ’t been for th e rain th e r e w o u ld h a v e been over tw o hundred doll: Cleared. Mr. and Mrs. H e in le are de: o f m u c h cred it for ooenin: FOR SALE — 5 -aere farm . lO-room : -ith bath; a lso 4-room co tta g e , barn. 2 large ch ick e n coops. 700 fo o t fro n t a g e on n e w State road. % m ile from v illa g e of R o scoe. S u llivan C o , Id e a l sp o t for boarders. P r ice $3,000. $4,500 fu r n ^ h e d .— ^T, J. M e y e r . Station. K in g s ton , F o r S a le or Iiease. — B la c k s m ith I and w a g o n shop, 25x50, w e ll equip p e d i w ith tools and m a c h inery, good, b u s i - ■ n e s s. T e r m s reasonable. A d d r e s s P . O. B o x 35, B a r r y v ille, Sullivan Co., N . Y\. or $4,50 0 fu r n is C a r e o f O. & \Vi W A N T E D — 2'5 ston e cu tters a t T h e M isses B a r low , an d B e s s ie an d H a ttie D e t ich atten d e d th e firem e n ’s parade a t N a r r o w sburg la s t W e d n e s d a y . M iss B e a trice B a r low w e n t to M on- ticello la s t Saturday to rem a in about a m o n th. Fred M a rkle w e n t to P o r t Jervis on M o n d a y and exp e c ts to go on as fire­ m a n on th e E r ie R a ilroad, providing h e can get a positi T h e frien d s wh< F O R SA L E .— T w o (2 ) g r a d e J E R ­ SE Y H e ifers, y e a r lin g s o f sou n d breeding, b y J e r s e y • Sire R e g . No. 85483.— A p p ly F. I. V a n d e r B e e k , Jr., “A r d m o r e ” F a r m , G len Spe: s S ' h a v e ver.v p lea s ­ an tly sp e n t th e past tw o w e e k s at Mrs. M ary D ick ’s, retu r n e d to their city h o m e on Sunday. A hard rain la s t T h u r s d a y . F r iday. S a tu r d a y and Sunday h a s m a d e m o r e m o istu r e than is needed. Mr. Jesse E. B a r low and w ife and tw o dau\'hters exp e c t to v isit M o n ti- cello. N. Y., th is w e e k . | Mrs. K a th e r in e S c h o tt W o lf e grad- . u a ted at th e N e w P a ltz N o r m a l School I SU S S E X COUNTY, D u n n has tow n . N. 1 Mrs. An . C o lesville. been visiti M”s. O scar ;ing in M iddle- H iggins. o f P o r t Jervis, 'eek w ith rela t iv e s here. Mrs. M. ngregation greeted Crane Sunday and listen e d 1 ifre d . o f Bi H . B e a c h and tinner last w e e k R e v . W m . Crane, w ife ■Port Byron. N. Y.. are f aunt. Mrs. J. H . B e a c h , rge congregati: _____ Sunda y an d ex c e llen t serm o n “F r ien d s h ip .” Mrs. P. S. B a r n e s , of H o n e sdale, is sp e n d in g th is w e e k w ith her n iece. Mrs. M. L. Skinner. T h e fa ir and festiv a l given T h u r s ­ day by th e L a d ies’ A id Society n e tted over $65. T h e day w a s pleasant, and\ m a n v people availed th e m s e L th e op p o r tu n ity to b u y a good fo r a sm a ll sum , a n d a t thi supper W A N T E D — G ood h o m e s w a n t e d fo r boys an d girls u n d e r fou r teen ' years of a g e w h e r e th e y w ill' be re­ ceived a s m e m b e r s o f th e fam ily. A p - ’ p ly to C h ildren’s D e p t., S t a t e Chari­ tie s A id A ssociation, 289 F o u r t h A t'e- m ie. N e w Y o r k City. D: HOLBROOK. j real estate office; estaibllshed 35 years. 122 P ik e St,. Port Jervis, N. Y. Iccommodatea and wagon! lt)0' horses. Blue Front StS)-, Jervis, N. for salW.

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