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ClASS FACTORY MFN MOVING HFRF WARWICK 5tAX KILLED. W illiam S. Sim o n s, a P o r m e r E n g in ­ eer, F o u n d on L. & H . Triic*ks. S illin d e r B rothers Held in H igh E steem in P lace They A re i e a v ing. P i’ocess. T h e Ijody of W illiam S. Sim o n s , of W a r w ick, w a s fou n d on the L. & H. j t i a f k s near that v illage lust F r iday NEW S FROM W E S T END P R ITECTOK BLTRIES A D E E R . AVa'.s' C iiiiglit In W ire P e n c e O a k land anti D ied. ' Dr. W fifett K idd, o f N e w b u r g h , 1 Af=s:atant State G a m e P r o tector, w e n t to O a k land, S u lliv a n county, Friday, in response to a telep h o n e m e ssage from a railroad section forem a n w h o W e st End, N o v . c:5. several w c e lfs in M o iiU e ello, returned Mr. and Mrs. A lvin E, Van F leet, to W e st End last Sun lay. evening. | o f G r e e n v ille, are re oicin g over the ! Mr. p’rank M organ, of I'rooklyn, l . -hr. ,-.imons had l>een in M iddle- | arrival o f a dau.ghter at th e ir h o m e t., w a s a caller in W est E n d M onday. |P>>\n for the day, retu r n in g on the o n IG-iday, N o v e m b e r 22d. Mrs. V a n Mr. M o r g a n h a s ac -epted a positir n |l i \ e o’elock train. He had rem a in e d i P'‘leet w a s form e r ly Miss W inifred th e E r ie shojjs and w ill soon m o v e th a t a dead deer had been fou n d i ia the neighhorhoo!! of th e station 1 V a lk e r . of G rand V iew a \e n u e , th is to th is city. | near there. T h e open season for deer I until nearly six o'eloek, and had evi- j c ity. I The D iligen t D o z e n Sew ing C ircle expired in Sullivan cou n ty on Fri- LARGE AUTO VANS ARRIVE •’'-■ntly started to w a lk up th e track j public telep h o n e p a y s tation of Mrs. Ida Cowan . day, Nov. 13. . ____ _ it'\ ' a w a y , as w a s his h a b i t , ‘on his j .i^rvis T e lei'h o n e C o m p a n y : M e c h a n ic street, on W e d n e s d a y ' A t O a k land the G a m e P r o tector j w a y to his hom e . A heavy w e stbound has been in s talled in the store o f ' a fternoon. A d e lig h t fu l social tim e fou n d the m a n w h o had telep h o n e d O c c u p a tion o f T lirce L o e i l K c.sidcnccs frei >ht had passed the sp o t about th a t j M e .-ehint E. I? A n m i'k , at I'JS W e s t ' e n o y e d w h ile the lad ies w o r k e d him . B o th m e n rode on a h a n d car by tlic X c w P r o p r ietors o f tJic ; ' ^^'Vn'osed to h a v e struck Maint s treet. ' * , sew ing. E x c e llen t refresh - , on the M o n ticelio branch o f th e O. & j h im , a!thou-'h non e of the crew h a d ! , , , ,, , , ■, ' n ien ts W'ere served by the h o s tess. Mk, for ab o u t tw o m iles and th e n B r o x & R y a ll F a c t o r y , in 1 .-a en :h j m an. tin e leg w a s cut off; ‘ am p b e ll and so n ,. P o h r e n , o f W e st Main th e y got off. a l found a con s id e r a b le distan c e uu ' ^ llh n o is, are the gue.sts of 'tire traek fi mn the spot w h e r e the* ^ « ^ ^ ' ' t e r . s . Mrs. F h ilan mm T h e y fou n d th e dead street, has been ill for th e past w e e k , deer lyin g partly dow n a m o u n tain, I T h e 13 - c e n t tea, w h ich w a s given ’^nth one o f his feet cau.gh.t in a w ire T w o large P a c k a r d m o tor van s trunk and arm s w e r e terribly m a n - fro m P e t r y ’s E x p r e s s and D e livery, j S led. o f T r e n ton, N. J., arrived in th is cir^ Mr. Sim o n s w a s a form e r en g in e e r fro m P h ila d e lp h ia a t five o ’clock the road, but had left its em p loy T h u r s d a y ev e n in g w ith fu r n it u r e for j a*.out th r e e years a,go. Of la t e h e had Air. W n i. T. GilUnder, w h o , w'ith his. w o r k in g for W e lch B r o th e r s . Ho b r o th e r s , Jam e s and E d w in, are ' S4 y e a r s old and is su r v ived by a b o u t to open th e form e r B r o x & , ^ son, M arcus, a conduc- E y a ll g lass fa c t o r y in th is city. T h e m o tor va n s w e n t from T r e n ­ to n to P h ila d e lp h ia W e d n e sday, lo a d ­ e d up an d retu r n e d to T r e n ton t h a t ! . _ ^ ^ n ig h t , and on T h u r s d a y came to P o r t i 3035 is Tested Between P o r t body w a s found, and the f.ice and | AWs. G eorge G ieen - L a d ies’ Aid S o c iety fen c e . It appeared to Dr. K idd th a t trun k an d ar m s werw U>rrililv m n n - ' '* ' bl o ther, Mr. V ind o r r.f fUo I th e sramo lenr haU n e f Ue£.r> ifir.lo+Qa tor on the L. & H. B IG E N G I N E S F O R T H E E R I E . Jerv-is. T h e va n s W'ere accom p a n ied b y n in e m e n w ith Mr. T. J. B r u ther, -secretary o f th e com p a n y , in charge. T h e fu r n it u r e w a s tak e n to th e E ls­ to n h o m e . N o . 82 E a s t M a in street, xvhich Mr. G illinder h a s leased for th e w inter. Mr. E d w in B. G illinder w ill occupy -the M iller property on B r o o m e street in a few days and J a m e s G illinder, xvho -will arrive in th e city soon after 'T h a n k s g iving, w ill occu p y th e F . N. M a s o n resid e n c e on O range street. T h e GiU'nder brothers an d th e ir fa m i l ie s w t be h e a r tily -welcom ed in th i s city id it is h o p e d th a t th e y w i l l m ecc w ith abundance of success. T h a t th e G illinder broth e r s w e r e h e l d in h igh esteem in th e ir form e r h o m e and among- form e r asso c ia t e s is in evid e n c e in th e article b e low tak - ■en from th e “P it tsb u r g G lass W o r k - ■CHAXOES A T G ILLINDERgl, W m . T. G illinder and B r o th e r s W i’l P la c e th e P la n t at P o r t Jervis in O p e r a tion — P r e s e n t e d w ith L i v i n g Cup by E m p loyes. P h ilad e lp h ia. P a ., Oct. 21.— Q u ite a. nu m b e r of ch a n g e s h a v e been m a d e in th is section sin c e m y last report, e s p e c ia lly in th e firm of G illinder & Inc. W m . T. G illinder. p r e s i- of th e firm , h a s retired and w ill fer-i-is an d M a y b r o o k Today. M u ch atten tion w a s ■ attracted am o n g railroad m e n in th e city on F r id a y to th e gigan tic 4.20,000 pound E r ie freig h t locom o tive 30 35 of th e \N -1” class w h ich arrived from th e A m e r ican L o c o m o t ive C o m p a n y ’s ■works a t Schenectady, and, fo r a tim e , w a s a t th e rou n d h o u s e for in s p e c tion . T h is m a.gnificent a s s e m b lage o f m o tive pow'er is equipped w ith a V a n d e r b ilt cylin d e r tan k o f 9,000 gallo n s cap a c ity— ^ahout 37 ^4 ton s o f w a ter— a n d is th e first o f a series o f 50 to be p laced in service on th e E r ie railroad during 1913. In th e aftern o o n , th e big engine m a d e a trial trip to and from M a y - brook under th e su p e r v is ion o f M a s­ ter AIeehan4c F . H . M u rray. R o a d F o r e m a n of E n g in e s Jam e s C u n n e e n , TV fi m 11 r TV’- r> I of the Second R e -1 th e gam e law had n o t been violated I in e , a o\ est <nd, j form e d C h u rch, w a s a great success, and th a t th e deer had ca u g h t its R ev. S a m u e l Jones, pastor o f th e | a n d w a s w e ll patronized, g ivin g th e fo o t in th e fen c e in runnin.g dow n Drew' M. E. Church, and th e R e v . society’ over ?1S to add to its treas- j th e m o u n tain and been held fa s t un- W illard Conger, pastor o f th e R e ­ form e d C h u rch, called on TVest E n d p a r is h ion e r s on F r id a y afternoon. Mr. A lva Van E tten is im p roviT g h is property a t K50 W e s t M ain street by th e con s tru c tion o f a new ic e ­ h o u s e a t th e rear of th e storeb u ild - in g in fro n t o f w h ich new con c r e te sid e w a lk s have been laid. ’ Air. Thomas E. Eidel, one of th e jurors in th e fa m o u s G ibson m u r d e r trial now b e in g tried in th e Suprei Mrs. Josep h H e n d e r s h o t and her as­ sista n ts for th e su c c e s s of th e sup- M iss M a ry Cunnin.gham sp e n t a few days th is w e e k w ith frien d s at P a r k e r ’s Glen. Mr. W . C. G o ttlieb and Mr. P r a n k K a u tz w e r e in M ilford on W e d n e s - Dr. and Mrs. J. H. M elbourne, of _ _ _ Derby, Conn., arrived in th e ir au to- jou r n m e n t o f th e case tvas tak e n on | on F r id a y and are th e g u e s ts F r id a y aftern o o n until M o n d a y Mr. and Mrs. J. E d w a r d s , o f We.st m o r n ing. M ain street. Air. and Alr.s. H a r r y A larehant h a v e I M rs. G eorge B ish o p is im p r o v ing returned to th e ir h o m e in N e w TTork . fi'om an atta c k o f ton silitis. City, after visitin g r e l a f v e s in W est-! Mrs. E d w a r d W a g n er, o f Sparrqiw- TTriri ' bu.s-h. visiter! her dauahTer. Mr« E d - C ourt for O range county a t G oshen, is hom e fo r over S u n d a y a s an ad - ury. T h e su p p e r w a s e.xeellent and til death cam e . T h e G a m e P r o - w’as served prom p tly by th e lad ies in tector had th e deer buried, ch a r g e o f th e tab les. C r edit is due B e fore Dr. K idd w e n t to O a k land F r id a y he dent w o r d to P r o tector C o n k lip, of F ish k ill, to look up the case w h e r e a doe h a d b e e n k illed by a train on th e N e w Y o r k C e n tral a sh o r t distan c e ab o v e th a t p lace and th e hind quarters cu t off and tak e n aw a y . It w a s sup p o s e d th e deer had b e e n , m u t ilated by som e foreigner, a brickyard laborer in th e vicinity. Mr. D a n iel H a r t, w h o w'orks on th e E r ie railroad in Ohio, in s t a llin g in ­ terlo c k in g -signals and sw itch e s , sp e n t th e latter part o f th e w e e k w ith h is m o ther. Airs. P r a n k H a rt, of C o le­ m a n street. Air. A. Crane is v isitin g h is daughter, Mrs. A lartin L eet, and o t h ­ er rela tiv e s in Jersey Cit .y Air. S a m u e l W ilson, o f R o c h e ster, bush , visite d h e r daughte r . Airs, w a rd A b ers, on W e d n e sday. Aliss A g n e s R o b e r ty. of B u c k ley street, is ill a t h e r hom e . Mr. H a r v e y W e ls h , o f B u c k ley street, w o n the -second prize a t th e N e w T h e a tre on T h u r sday n igh t— a fine silver ca k e tray. Air. C h a r les V a n A k in is ill w ith to n s il it is-a t h is h o m e on E r ie street. A parts’^ o f frien d s o f M iss E m m a E u c lij'e o f th e A lannerchor. T h e P o r t J e r v is M a n n e r c h o r held an en joyab le euchre, recep tion and dance a t M a n n e r c h o r H a ll on W ea- n e s d a y evening. T h e r e w a s a large a t ten d a n c e o f m e m b e r s and friends. M u sic for d a n c in g w a s fu r n ish e d by F e n n e r ’s orchestra. P r izes -were -won 'by Mrs. K r a u s e , Mrs. Lord an a Misar B u r n s, and M e ssrs. L e o n a r d H err, Joh n S e id e n t s ick e r and A u g u s t D ietz. G e n e r a l F o r e m a n J. H . W infield, arrived here Satu r d a y to v isit rela- ' C a llahan surprised her at h e r hom e w ith E n g in e e r B e n jam in C ole In ' - charge. T r a in m a s ter O 'D o n n e ll ac- m p a n ied th e train. T h e new en g in e on iose leaving here W, T. Gillinder W’as I p r e s e n ted w ith a lo v in g cup as a to k - l e n of esteem from his employes. Air. \<3-lllinder accep t e d th e b e a u t ifu l to k - Friday night brou g h t in a train o f 89 cars from AIQ, (C a m p b e ll H a ll) w ith o u t any difficulty. E n g in e 3036 is b e in g tested as a p u s h e r tod a y up th e m o u n tain from P o r t Jervis to G raham , S m iles. ------------ ^ --------- -M- ------------------- G E T P R IS O N TERAIS. Years Bdiind Bars For Sullivan coun­ ty O ffenders. ith tears Sullivan county court Alontlay, I N o v . IS, sen ten c e s w e r e passed by 1 Judge Thornton as follows : Josep h R a b inia w’as sen t e n c e d to a j tine of $300 and 20 d a y s ’ im p r ison- a n d h a s fu l l con t r o l of b o t h P h ila d e i- B a rber w a s sen ten c e d to be p h ia factories. E d g a r G illinder is ' c o n fined in C linton S tate P r is o n at th e la s t son o f old G illinder, and is D a n n em o r a j N. Y., a t hard labor. The ^ um e s anr m inim u m term is tw o years and six ries are d o ing -w’ell. T h e r e ! m o n th s and th e m a x im u m term four h a v e b e e n tw’O m o r e p a s te m o ld sh o e s j*ears and ten m o n ths, p u t on a t th e T a c o n y factorj’. m a k in g ' fo u r t e e n ’^aste m o ld shops, one off- h a r d and on- p r e ss shop, all fu l l tim e . G rant C u lver w a s sen ten c e d to be m a k in g ! confined in C linton P r ison, a t hard tive-s in th e W e st E n d and h is m o - j on W e st M ain street on T h u r sd a y tlier, Mrs. R. W ilson, of M ill R ift. j evening.^^ A very p lea s a n t tim e tvas A liss G race A IcK n ight accom p a n ied | en'oyed by all. h e r sister, Mrs. W illiam M c H a le, to h e r h o m e in N e w Y o r k C ity on W e d ­ n e s d a y and w'ill rem a in u n til Sun- Air. Joh n D o w n s, o f C o lem a n street is h a v in g h is h o u s e repainted. Air. G e o r g e H err, o f Grand street, is ill a t h is hom e . Kidney Remedy That Acts Like Magic T h e N e e d le W o rk S o c iety w a s tertain e d on W e d n e s d a y ---------- „ the home of Airs. Clarence Roberty, ! and On B u c k ley street. , I ho i T h e M erry E u c h r e Club m e t on | «wamp-R^^^^^^ T u e s d a y ev e n in g at th e home of Airs, I say thaf “ ‘ ' H u b e r t K e lly. P r izes w e r e w o n as , ed_and fo llo w s : F irst, Aliss N e llie C a rroll; [fferer prostra- Aliss R u th A. G o ttlieb w e n t to Jer- second, Mrs. H u b e r t Kelly; thi^d, Miss gey C ity on T h u r s d a y to sp e n d a few ' M a ry G illen; fou r th , M rs. N. E. w'eeks am o n g relatives. j HiCke; fifth, Ml’S. E. J, Early. Airs. W alter R o b e r ts ana Mrs. Wm. M iss M inetta Strick lan d -\vas plCaS PiRUers spent Alonday in New’ Y o rk ! antly surprised on F r id a y ev e n in g by C ity an d also called upon th e la t ter’s ! a number o f members of the Phila- parents. Air. and Mrs. A leyers, of , th e a C lass o f th e B a p t is t C h u rch. A H oi oken, N. J. j fine time \was enjoyed by all. Air. and Mrs. C linton H irst, o f j Mrs. G e o rge H a p p en tertain e d th e M 'ddletow'n, -were th e g u e s ts on Sun- 1 E u c h r e Club a t h e r h o m e on G rand day o f th e ir h r o th e r -in -la w and sis- - street on F r id a y evening.sen P r izesis ter. Air. and Airs. E u g e n e Crane, of tvere w’on b y Airs. W m . L u c k e y , first; R iver street. On th e ir return, Mrs. I Airs. T h o m a s E idel, seepnd; Airs. Sarah W o rden' accom p a n ied th e m . ] Jam e s How’ell, third. V isitors prizes Airs. W o r d e n h a s been sp e n d in g a lyere w’on by Airs. E d w a r d H u tchins, few days w ith her granddaughter, first; Airs. W a lter R o b e r ts, second; I h a v e been a terrib le suffere r for n u m b e r o f years w ith k id n e y and rer trouble, also n e r v o u s p r o s tr a ­ tion and h e a lt h g e n e r a lly poor, con- o-imm-no- af stltu t io n en t irely run dow n u n t il life „ . ° I b e c a m e a burden, I tried p h y s ician s e-*ery a v a ilab le rem e d y b u t fou n d ■elief. W a s induced to give Dr. ’e -Sw a m p -R o o t a trial, w h ich ike m a g ic, ,t I believ€ ed an d nov> a s good a m a n as ever. I b e liev e it m v duty to m a k e th is I p u b lic sta t e m e n t th a t I m a v h e lo -em e d y the authenticity urs very truly, M . H. McCOY. Van Wert, Ohio, S t a t e of Ohio V a n W e r t CountyIss. T h e foreg o in g sta t e m e n t sw o r n to b e fo ’-e m e and subscribed in m y p r e c e th 18th day o f July. 1909, b th e said M. H. McCoy. A. C. G IL P IN , N o tary P u b lic. I laVior. T h e m inim u m term Airs. Crane. Air. and E n g a g e d a s S o lo ist a t C lim ’ch. _ I y e a r s and th e m a x im u m term __ P r e s b j’tei'iaii ^ y e a r s and six m o n ths. It w a s th e n ordered th a t all cases j not disposed of be h e ld over until Aliss F lo r e n c e Aiapes, of G o shen, ^ term , a f t e r w’h ich court adjourn- lia s been en g a g e d as soprano so lo ist gjj^g in th e ' c h o i r o f th e F irst P r e s b y terian j ____________ ________________ C h u r c h of P o r t Jervis. Aliss M a p e s . j,-/* * i-. t , „ , , , . . 1 t o.st .‘>.)6 to Fi-actui'e G a m e L a w s, is W’ell and favorab ly kn o w n in t h i s ; City, w h e r e sh e h a s b e e n a freq u e n t j T-isitor -R’ith her parents. Air. and Airs. Jam e s H a g g e r ty, o f G o shen, at th e resid e n c e o f Air. and M rs. J o h n ! D . Sw’inton, Jr. fou r j daughter, A lice, of R. W o r d e l and P a terson , N. J., T o R e s id e in F lorid a . D a v id Siegel, of C e n terville Station, is said to h a v e sh o t a doe a few’ days aco, W’h ich is a v iolation o f th e law’; h e sh o t it on Sunday, w h ich is an o th e r vbdation o f th e law’; he k illed it in the tow’n o f F a llsln irgh , w h ich again w a s a violation of th e law’, and la s t o f all he W’as h u n tin g w’ith o u t a license. H - w e n t th e lim it, alm o st, for he could have sold th e venison and m a d e a fifth ^•io^ation. xTs the m e a t w a s not .XXIX ^ox^exx, -away, also th e hide, tor i lorida, I ap p a r e n tly did not realize th a t he w’ere th e g u e s ts o f Airs. A n n a C r e igh­ ton, o f R iver street, on Sundaj’. Airs, G race O'Connor, o f W e s t , prised her Aliss Senia Crane, third. Aliss S e n ia Crane, o f R o c h e ster, N. Y., is v isitin g relatives in W e s t En;i. A num b e r of frien d s of M iss A lice K irbj’, of G rand V iew A v e n u e , sur- W e d n e sday evening. A L e tter to Or. Kll»>ier & Co., B ingliaiiiron. \ V Send to Dr. K ilm e r & Co.. B in g ­ h a m ton , N. Y.. for a sam p le bottle, it w ill cor'>’mm cce e anyone.nyone. Y o u w illll also N . Y .. fo r a sa m p le bott \ a Y o u w i . a b o o k let of valu a b le . -ion. tellin g all ab o u t th e kid- Alain street, h a s returned hom e , a f - i fine tim e w a s enjoyed by all and a f - r e y s and bladder W h e n w r iting, be ------ and m e n tion T h e T r i-Stat.es ter p a s s in g several w’eek s w ith friend® , ter refresh m e n ts w e r e served, a ll de- Alr. and Airs. G eorge W o rden, o f P o r t Jervis, sp e n t a fe-w days in Alid- <dletoY’n, With h is aunt, Airs. E. For­ rest, and h is son, W illiam W o rden , b e fo r e thpir departure w h e r e th e y w ill m a k e th e ir fu tu r e ' T* 7 * — >• -x.xxx...v xxxxxi xxr. J h a d violated any law and freely told hom e . Th«^y departed fo r F lorid a Alonday, w h e r e Air. W o r d e n in ten d s to purchase a small orange grove, y,. T o P e t it io n fo r C r ossing. T h e tow n board o f the tow'n o f : A lontgom e r y . at a m e e t in g h e ld on S a tu r d a y , d e c ided to p e tition th e ^ P u b lic Service C o m m ission to order ' th e con s t r u c t ion o f an overhead , cro s s in g a t AYalker’s near St. -An­ drew’s o'-er th e C entral N e w En.-;Lxnd R a ilro a d . New’ con s tru c tion w o r k th e r e ha.s in c r e a s e d tb - danger r f a n alread y d a n g e r o u s cro.-’sin.g, and p u b lic sen t im e n t is in favor < f t'.ia j im p r o v e m e n t. ' h is exploit. Game P r o tector Cross, of Diocrty, caused Siegel’S arrest and before a ju s tice he paid $36 fine and ReligiOii.s t ’en s u s o f th e City. P lan s have been m a d e by the Port Jervis A linisterinl A s s o c iation for th e tak:n,g of a religiou s cen s u s of the city Iieginning sh o r tly a fter T h a n k s ­ giving. T h e city h a s been divided into 22 districts, in w h ich th e cen s u s will be takt-n liV tw o lad ies in each dis- E s < « p e s A n A w f u l F a te, thou.'-and to n g u e s could n o t ex- >ress th e gratitu d e o f Airs. p r e s s th e gratitu d e o i xvirs. j . E. w o r k natural!’ Cox, of Joliet, 111., fo r h e r w o n d e r ful D e a lers.— Adv. The hoy’s apnetite Is often the sou r c e o f am a z e m e n t. I f you w o u ld h a v e su c h an ap p e tite ta k e C h a m b e r ­ la in ’s T a b lets. T h e y n o t on ly create a h e a lt h y appetite, b u t stren g th e n th e stom a c h and en a b le it to do a s ,11V. F o r sa le by in W a r w ick, N. Y. A-liss D o lores AIcAndrews is ill a t her hom e . Air. and Airs. Joh n S c h m idt, Jr., and .son, John, o f V a lley Stream , L, I., cam e la s t S a tu r d a y to visit w ith th e form e r 's parents. Air. and Airs. Joh n Schm idt, o f C o lem a n street. Mr, J o h n Sch m id t W’en t to, the city Alon­ day, b u t returned on T h u r sday to stay h e r e fo r a few days. Airs. Alillcr, w h o h a s been sp e n d in g G eorge K irk. parted for th e ir h o m e s m u c h p lea s ­ ed w ith th e affair. Air. Chris. Sm ith, o f Matamora-s, called on frien d s here Px-iday. Alaster K e n n e th Sharp is im p r o v ­ in g from an a tta c k o f acu t e indigxfe- AIi’s. Jam e s H o w e ll returned h o m e on Px-iday m o r n in g fi’om C leveland, Ohio, w h e r e sh e sp e n t th e p a s t tw o W’eeks v isitin g her daughter, Airs. sure a n d m e n tio n U n ion. R e g u lar fift. d o llar size b o ttles for stores.— ^Adv. -cent and one- sale at all drug NEW YORK'S SEVEN NEW BUilDINCS. IN NINE BLOCKS, WILL COST $30,000,000 New’ Yox-k, N o v . 21. — In nin<‘ block s on low’er Broadw’ay, from E x ­ ch a n g e P lace to th e Postoffice, in the financial district, seven great b u ild ­ in g s are now’ under con s tru c tion or w ill he started soon. A c c o r d ing to a point 20 m iles beyond Syracuse. If th e tile w a s load e d on tru c k s at the sam e tim e it wmuld m a k e a p r o ­ cession 22 m iles long. B e c a u s e it has been im ilt w ith the earnings o f five- an d - t e n - c e n t stores it h a s been nick- th e figures filed w ith th e B u i l d i n g ' th e n ick e l b u ilding. W ith o u t D e p a r tm e n t, the total cost of th e s e I th e b u ild in g h a s cost about imprn^eTnt•nts w ill be $30,000,000. w h ich is 160,000.000 m c k - T h ls is n e a r ly a s m u c h as w’as sp e n t I ‘‘t®- ’ on th e 3,268 buildings erect-d in T h e next big p iece of bu ild in g new s B r o o k lyn in th e year 1910. O n ly in is exiiected to be the announcement ( ’hicago and P h ilad'*lphia am on.g o f the plan s o f J. P. M o rgan & C om - x\m e rie:in cities do building ojiera- \ pany. The firm has bought the D r e x - tion s exceed th is am o u n t an n u a lly; | el B u ild in g at W a ll and Broxid streets, and th e cost of new stru c tu r e s put | in w h ich it has lon.g been a tenant, th e entire year 1910 in P h il- | and al.so th e bank b u ild in g n e x t doox'. We Hope That It Has Been A Profitable Summer For You W h e t h e r you r busin e s s P farm in g m a n u factu r in g , m e r c h a n d isin g , k e e p ­ in g boarders, etc., w e w ish you to succeed. W e w ill h e lp you by p a y in g you in ­ terest at 4% P e r A n n u m on deposits in a m o u n t s o f $500, or over, i f l e f t xn- ta c t fo r six m o n t h s or longer. In­ terest begins on date of deposit, thus g ivin g a m u c h larger return th a n d e ­ posits* in Savin g s B a n k s w h e r e in ter­ e s t begin s only from January first. A p ril first, July first and Octobei THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, M I D D L E T O W N . N . Y . G. T. T O W N S E N D . P r e s id e n t T. H A N F O R D . C a shier. ALCOHOL 3 PEK CEN t ! . -A\^ge(ablePreparationforAs-' sinulaiingtlicFoodaiuIRegula- tmg Uie Siomaclis andJBowelsof For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bough! Bears the Signature of Promotes DigestionJCheerfiil-: ness and RestContainsncillier I Opiuiu.Morpliirie norMuefali N o t N a r c o t i c . MeapeofOTdDrJSmfOjmjBm Pitmpkia Seed~ jflx.Smia * > Mc!e/kSal(s~ / ^seSeed * ■ Apcrfect Remedy forConsfipa- tion, Soui- Stomach-DiarrlioEi Worms,Convulsions,reverish’; ness a n d L o s s OP S leep . Facsimile Signature o f NEW YORK. Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORM THE CENTAUR COMM NY. NEW YORK CITY. NEW ARRIVALS OF Cldldren’s Chinehiila = = fnafs= = -f A T SARGENT & DENNER’S We h a v e t h is d a y received 2 4 new g r a y a n d bluc CMI- T d r t n ’s C h inchilla Coats in the newest StyUs SPECIALS! 39c Lhdiis’ Fleeced ^Underwea^r ............................... 29c $1.50 Men’s Sweaters. ............. : ................................. 98c 15c Children’s Fleeced Underwear.............................. 9c 75c Aviation C«ps ......... . ............................................ 49c Best Grade Outing Fiai.nel ................................... 9c Cut this ad. out and bring to our' store and get a special discount on any coat lor ladies and misses in our store. SARGENT & DENNER, 2S FRONT STREET. deliv’eran e e from an a w fu l fate. “T y p h o id p n e u m o n ia had le f t m e •with a dreadful co u g h ,’’ sh e w r ites. “S o m e t im e s I h a d su c h a w fu l co u g h ­ in g sp e lls I th o u g h t I w o u ld die. co u ld g e t no h e lp from doct( tr e a t m e n t or oth e r m e d icin e s till u s e d Dr. K in g ’s N e w Dx'seovery. I ow e m y life to th is w o n d e r fu l rem ­ ed y fo r I sca r c e ly co u g h a t a l l n o w .’’ ’ Q u ick and safe, its th e m o s t relia b le o f a l l th r o a t and lu n g m e d icin e s . E v ­ er y b o t t le gu a r a n t e e d . 50c. and $1. T r ia l b o ttle fr e e a t A ll D r u g g ists.— ) A d v . H e r e is R e l i e f for W o m e n . If you h a v e pains in th e back, rinary, B lad d e r or K idney trouble; V M o ther G r a y ’s AROM ATIC L E A F , • ^ a p lea s a n t herb rem e d y for w o m e n ’s .or's I il l s and a great sy.stem regulator. At J J > D ru,ggists Or by m a il 30c.. sam p le „ . F R E E . A d d ress, M o ther G ray Co., I L e R o y , N. Y.— C h il d r e n Cry FOR FLETCHER’S CA3TORI A - - M - - ad e lp h ia w a s only $33,000,000. T h e ne-,v Eriu'Italde L ife sk,vt.'crap- er, not yet begun, is to be largest o f all the seven, in floor space. B u t the W o o lw o r th B u ilding, alm o s t finished, i.s the tallest. In fact, it is th e ta ll- 1 est stru c tu r e in th e wox’ld excep t th e E iffel T o w e r in P a r is. “In its con s tru c tion ,’’ rep o r ts the t4un’s n-al estate statistician , “20,000 ton s o f steel girders have been used. It w ill h a v e 36 elevators and a large sw im m in g pool. T h e arch and p a r ti­ tion tile used in it w e ig h s 5,640 tons. I f th is tile w a s laid end to end it T h e tw o old stru c tu r e s w ill be torn dow n and th e new h a n k in g building to occupy th e site is look e d forw a rd to as a trium p h of arch itectu r e . Helps a tltidgc in Bad Fix. J u s tice E li Cherr.v, o f G lllis M ills, Tenn., w a s p lain ly w o rried. A bad sore on h is leg had baffled sev e r a l doctors and lon g resisted a ll rem e ­ dies. “I th o u g h t it w a s a cancer,’’ h e wrote. “A t la s t I used B u c k len ’s A r ­ n ica Salve, and w a s com p letely cu r ­ ed.” Cures burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. 2 5 cen ts a t A ll Try Rutan’s for loaded shells.— Adv -would extend from lower Broadway D r u g g is ts, — Adv. ”R. B. FASHION CLOTHES” are b u ilt by sp e c ia lists— m e n w h o are con t in u a lly stu d y in g th e ir su b ject fi’om evei-y an g le and p o in t o f view . It ta k e s 50 of th e s e sp e c ia lists to produce a coat w h ich th e m a n u f a e tu r - ei’s consider w o r th y of th e ir W o u ldn’t you lik e to w e a r th e s e sp e c ialist-m a d e cloth e s ? You can. W e have p len t y of them . T h e y are very sm a r t. H.Schatransky&Son ESTxXBLISHED 1873. 15 Front St., Port Jervis, N. Y YOUR DOLLAR Will D.juble Itself in Value if Spent With Us During Our 3D SEMI-ANNUAL FURNITURE and STOVE SALE You can buy your stove here now for al- ni’Tst half the price you wbuld have to pay elsewhere. Everybody is doing it, why not you ? COME TO THE i Port Jervis Furniture House, i 81 Pike St. L . Dr. Agnew’s G reat G erm an E y e w a ter. 'd e a l’s up inflam ed eyes, stops Ir- !| ritation, granulation, and itching, ;; burning eyes. Try a Bottle. For Sale Here. Chas.Vun Sickle, EYESIGHT SPECLILIST. Over Family Theatre INSURE Your Property In companies which offer STRONG INHESINiry. ADJUST HONORABLY and FAY LOSSES PROIMPTLY. We have such companies, FRED’KD. FOWLER, Real Estate and Insurance. 89 Pike St„ Port Jervis. N. Y. ’Phone 47J.

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