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>DAY. DECEMBER 8, 1926 2* GOUVERNEUR FREE PRESS lEPEYSTER MAN FRACTURES LEG WHILE AT WORK ROSSIE WOMAN HURT IN AUTO CRASH, EXPIRES Clinton Maxim Injured While Miss Nellie Mullin Expires In .Drawing Timber and Is; Syracuse Now In Hospital !**? Bitttk of a Daughter to Mr. and Mr*. Everett Mcllwee of Haanawa Fab Is Aaaouced. Car Wat Driven By George Ivea of Gouvernenr and Overtarmed On •Curve. Rossie, Dec. 7.—Miss Nellie Mullin who was taken from her home here Depeyster, Dec. 7.—Announce- J a»t Thursday morning on her way MACOMB MAN BADLY HURT IN FEED MILL / ' Charles ^ Raven Receives Crushed Chest In Accident At Watertown. X-Rav Reveals Abo Serums Injury .to Stomach—Many Residents Are Going and Coming During Week. Macomb. DtV. ?.- Charles Haven, meats have been received of the' to a sanitarium in Syracuse, died I 'esSenTof this olace the most of birth of a six and one-half pound Friday morning. Miss Mullin has ; J is r< $f £* t who n.oved to Waw 5Jn daughter Tuesday, November 9, to ' been an invalid all her life and had i£ 18 \ r ag0 was r°tenibhurt £ the Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mcllwee, of been cared for by her sister. Grace,ll^ mitf 'i w I il a ? two Hannawa Falls. N. Y. at the Pots- Mullin. who died a month ago. J £^ago £ fell in th? Srain^hute dam Hospital, named Mary J. Mrs. After the death of the sister it was injuring his chest badly and pushing Mcllwee was formerly Miss Grace ; decided to take her to a sanitarium his stomach out of place^JThey took Walker of this town. ( [in Syracuse. an X-ray of him and found his chest Mrs. uaylord Fleetham who had Mr8 Kelley, a sister, and William • split apart ind pushed down out.of an operation and was in Hepburn Mullin, a brother, with the invalid place and also his stomach. He un- liospitai for several weeks has re- left in a car driven by George Ives derwent an operation in the Mercy U «rt* me ;, u * * i of Gouverneur about 10 o'clock, and i Hospital at Watertown Saturday, waiter Lytle who was operated on at a p i ace ca iled Death Carve, near The reports we receive are that he n Hepburn Hospital for appendicitis Colosse, they had an accident in is real ill but he is believed in no INovember 26, is out of the hospital ; which the car overturned which re- danger. nd recovering at the home of his igulted ln her death the next motn . Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Harvey mo- ran dparents, Mr. and Mrs. John j lng > I tored to Hickory Saturday and spent fuoodison of Ogdensburg. | Sne l 8 gur vived by one sister and , the day with their daughter, Mr. and four brothers, Mrs. F. J. Kelley of j Mrs. Ralph Downing and family. _ . , „ t . . . . , , _ Syracuse, W r illiam Mullin of Gouv-1 The Pierces Corners Ladies' Aid fnisfortune to break his ankle Tues- t e rneur and Daniel. Leo and James | will meet with Mrs. Vern Harland ** r ^\£* sympathy ^extended as j M ullln of Rossie. Thursday, Dec. 9. ~.i. „«« The f un eral was held Monday' Mr. and Mrs. Leon Raven and son morning in Syracuse. The body was Douglas and Mrs, Fred Horton and placed in a vault until spring and j son MHlard motored to Watertown will be brought to Rossie for burial. \ last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gforge Hunter are in j Mrs. Martha Devendorf from Olds- very poor health. jville was an over night guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gardner of [son, Herbert Devendorf and family „ . _, .- Gouverneur spent Sunday wfth rela-! Tuesday night. Frank Fleetham was in Ogdens-1 tiveg herfl ( Mrs. Xury Finley spent Thursday. urx Friday and called on friends j MIgs Lola McKeil of Plessis and'at Fred Horton's. .<* tod relatives at % the hospital. !John Shoulette spent Saturday night: William McFadden. father of Mrs. Arthur Farley and children called j and Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Al- Edith McEchern, returned to his Mrs. Farley at Hepburn Hospital' rred Mullin. ) home in Canada last week after ednesday. Miss Doris Maxim who j Robert Smith of Hammond spent spending a few weeks at John Mills\. as working for the family during Saturday and Sunday with Malcolm j Mr. and Mrs. Leon Raven and Clinton Maxim while drawing tim U>er for Thomas Smlthery had the e was the tenant on the Smithers arm at the time of the fire where he Bias been for several years. He has family of seven and when the cows ere burned his only means to sup- aVjrt his family was to work out by e day. He was taken to the hos- ital Wednesday afternoon-, re. Farley's Illness had to return j Sigourney three sons spent Sunday at Warren me to remain with her mother j James'Pound of Watertown has' Hastings' near Depeyster. hile her father is in the hospital. oeGn ca ii lng on friends in town. Carl Finley and Miss .Edna Wil- ATTIKAT* Pnnrnv fioo Kaon h o v. I _.-__- SPRAGUEVH1E (Hams spent Sunday with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. X. h. Finley. WEST FOWLER Mrs. Amber Conroy has been hav- g a severe case of lumbago and eumatlsm. Emery Smithers has received a ephone from his father at Deferiet • Spragueville, Dec. 7,—Mr. and ing they are quarantined as Roy j Mrs. John Bell are settled in their I ash had small-pox. farm home. i West Fowler, Dec. 7.—Very cold Madeline Hill spent Wednesday! Mrs. Robert Merritt who has been weather has been with us for the ternoon with her grandmother J quite 111 is improving. (past few days and also at this date nroy. > The Progress Club will meet with the snow is falling fast. The nurses school conducted by ; Mrs. Harold Myers Thursday after- \ Mrs. Joe Austin was a guest of rs. Margaret Pool will complete sir course Tuesday afternoon. Al- >ugh there has been much sickness >r roads and bad weather, there been a good attendance and it hoped they will be greatly bene- Jd by this course. |Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fieldson mo- red to Carthage Sunday and spent day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles »f. le Methodist Episcopal Ladies' held a quilting party in- the irch parlors Tuesday afternoon. >per was served from 5 until all |re served, lerrill Putman, Miss Doris and [nley Maxim called on Mr. Maxim [urday. [rs. Ida Creighton and daughters lifred and Leola were in Ogdens- Friday. noon at 2 o'clock. • Mrs. A. Payne one day the past week. Repairs on the basement of the Mr. and Mrs. C. Payne and son Methodist Episcopal church are pro- Walter of Gouverneur, also Mrs. A. gressing finely. It is expected the. Payne were recent callers at Little new floor will be laid this week. , York at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Many from here attended the auc-.' Charles Kelley. tion held on the Ben Goodenough • B. Beatty was a Sunday visitor at farm last Tuesday. the Van Alstyne home. A bazaar and cafeteria supper will' A pedro party was held Friday be held by the ladies of the Metho- ] night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. dist church, at the home of Mr. and I W. A. Day with a good crowd pres- Mrs. Hudson Fuller, on Friday night i ent. All had a fine time, of this week. A parcel post table, j Sheldon Payne was a week-end fancy work, Christmas gifts, baked j guest of his brother, Charles, in food^ ajid popcorn and candy will\ be Gouverneur. in evidence. Let everyone attend. j We are sorry to learn that it is Miss Myra Worden is in school! thought that Mrs. Frank Doane has after having been absent for a week j broken her leg. Much sympathy goes on account of Illness. j to her from all. Leslie Kellogg of Gouverneur, has Mr. and M^s. H. F. Jones spent purchased the Nettie Comins houBe j Thanksgiving week at Mr. and Mrs. and Is moving his tamily here. H. J. Hensby's, Ogdensbarg. PAGE FIFTEEN , _. J Gifts for Men *fi**i***\C ******* •%***+55 ******** A (TijriBtmatf fHrflsarir from firuru if. Uiiau £ $mt To the WnmMi Seeking Gifts for Men I HE STORE of Henry H. Ryan & Son has always so- *. licited the patronage of the women of Gouverneur and .vicinity. We renew the invitation now—confidei that our vast holiday stocks will solve your \\f E HAVE made a study of what a ma w w is sure to prove helpful to the woma study of pleasing him. You may choos< here with full confidence that they will be rec joyful appreciation by any man. O UR ENTIRE floor is devoted exclusively ble gifts for men—gifts of highest qualit omically priced—and displayed in such sjfcrfe, to easy choosing. econ- make w E EAGERLY await an opportunity to gratify your every wish—to render you service that will be noteworthy. Suggestions Shirts Silk Robes Pajamas Neckwear Scarfs Gloves Hosiery- House Coats Bathrobes Sport Jackets Sweaters • Handkerchiefs Jewelry Umbrellas Canes Luggage Immediate shop- ping will give you first selection from »our complete as- sortments. HENRY H. RYAN & SON Clothing Shoe* Haberdashery GOUVERNEUR'S BEST Hat* m itardy place, D say nrtdr- j cor- trsi&s ep the [pf|g neaad I Our Complete Line of Holiday Goods new oaMispUy, jift* of merit for erery member of thefamily. Abo a fnD Ime of LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM and BED ROOM FURNITURE COXWELL CHAIRS, NEEDLE POINT CHAIRS, WINDSOR CHAIRS, alss «U WING OVERSTUFFED CHAIRS, MORNING SETS skssM a^ a astvil wes4. A YAar 10?fi HAS BEDI 0UR BANNER rEAR m m miack M we iC I 6aT 1 «7a£D |m ve ^.^ m greater volume of busmtu and added more castsaert tkaa we have ever before in any year since startznf basinest ifteen >ears af». This is Tery gratifyiaf to us, as it is a dear indication that oar policy of fair deafinf has been recognized and appreciated by the public. We always endeavor to avoid the spectacular, and refrain from bdolfing in \wild cat sale*,\ offering merchandise at less than cost with something lor nothing thrown in. We consider such methods as a reflection on the iirtefligeace and business acumen of the pabfic. Oar policy of oHermg first class, nationafly advertised merchandise, at the minnanm of profit has been accepted and appreciated by the discerning public. Therefore at Ihe completion of 15 years of successful merchandising along these lines we take this opportunity to extend to oar large cBeoble of customers, old and new, oar sincerest thanks, and we extend to them every good wish for a Happy Christmas and a oMst Prosperous New Tear. SaideFs Furniture Store Gouverneur, \N. Y. Our Complete Line of Bagdad, Velvet, Axminster and Brussels Tapestry, Rugs and Floor Coverings is the largest and most selective in Northern New York We aim to continue our old policy of offering the best merchandise at the niinimum of profit accompanied by fair and courteous treatment to aJL Oar terms are cash, if convenient—dignified credit, if you desire it

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