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C0U5TY AND TICINITY.
Gainesville.
The new lamps which have beep placed
on the B. R. &. P. ft. R- crossing at Main
street in this village prove to be a most mefol improvement. It is hoped that they
may be effective in preventing the occurrence of accidents to pedestrians and teann
who have a long time been subject to danger at this crossing and which a short time
ago resulted in the death of one of onr most
esteemed citizens.
B. F. Bristol has been elected a director
of the Wyoming County Agricultural Society. As an extensive dealer in stock bis
experience and knowledge will be of much
value in promoting the interests and suecess of the society.
Job Peck has purchased the house occupied by the Rotche family and we hope soon
to have the society of his family added to
the social circle of the village.
Miss Ida Kemp has returned from her visit to friends in Wyoming.
Miss Ethel Shader has been making a
visit to Silver Springs.
Miss Mertie Rotche has returned from an
enjoyable trip to several of the adjacent
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Nellie Wadsworth has been visiting
friends in Warsaw. As all of these young
ladies are of much assistance and accomplishment in music, their absence from the
church choirs has been quite noticeable.
O. W. Bristol who is still at St. Joseph's
Hospital at Hamilton, Canada, was called to
the telephone by his family and had a pleasant chat with them. It is rather a nice phase
of the telephone that it can furnish the facilities, for a pleasant family reunion.
M. R. Brown is in town for a few days. He
has had quite a successful business trip in
Scranton, Pa., as well as a pleasant visit
with his son, Dr. Geo. Brown.
The semi-annual convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Wyoming county will be held in the Methodist
church Thursday and Friday, Jan 21 and 22.
Thursday afternoon—addresses will be
"Sketches from Life," Dr. C. A. Green,Castile; "Call out the Reserves," Anna A. Gordon; "Exchange of Values," Kate Manning.
Attica: a paper, "A summer in Europe, Mrs.
Rose B, Seeley, Attica; discussion, 'Profit
and Loss of the Drink Traffic," opened by
Miss Manning.
Thursday evening, 7 o'clock—Recitation,
"An Appeal to Patriots," Mrs.Alberta Mead,
Gainesville; address, Frances H. Ensign,
Ohio.
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Friday morning—Sketch of the Organization of County work, Mrs. Charlotte A.
Cleveland, Perry; paper, "Home Protection '
Mrs. D. K. Towne, Wyoming; paper, The
Church and the Temperance Cause," Mrs.
S. L. Parker, Wyoming; Question box and
workers conference, Frances H. .Lnsign,
Friday afternoon-Paper, "The Grumblers," Mrs. E. A. Rice, Hermitage; discussion, "Reports," led by Mary Moore, Attica;
"Our State Convention," Grace Barross, Attica; "Echoes from National Convention,"
Miss Moore.
It is anticipated that this will be a large
and interesting convention. All are cordially
invited to attend.
A parlor meeting of the Political Equality
• club was held la^t week at the residence of
Mrs. G. W. Hunn. Readings, recitations,
discussions and music made up a very pleasing entertainment. The attendance was
quite large and encouraging to increased
and interested membership of this club,
there being about 40 present.
At the Congregational church on Sunday
evening next, the pastor. Rev. E. L. Evans,
will deliver the fourth of a series of sermons
to young people, subject, "The Old Maids
Paradise, or What Shall we do with Our
Daughters."
Revival services have been continued to
Wednesday evening last in the Methodist
church. They will be followed by the convention of the W. C. T. U.
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Bliss.
Mrs. E. Armstrong and daughter Mina
of Sandusky visited Mrs. Eager Saturday.
Will Parmeter and sister of Java were in
town over Sunday.
E.M.Abell is constructing a cheese factory
for L E.Jones on Campbell Hill. He has the
building nearly enclosed.
Rev. M. N. Shumaker and wife attended
the quarterly meeting at Dale, consequently
there were no services at the F. B. church
Sunday.
Mrs. Beckley Howes is entertaining a
sister from Kansas.
The eagerness with which potato buyers
have pursued their trade of late is a very
hopeful outlook to farmers.
A ruffle in one of the domestic circles of
our village was so exhibited one day last
week that it caused some little excitement.
It is a thing of the past, however, now and
the former happy relations are apparently resumed.
The Hive of the Maccabees installed officers for the ensuing term Tuesday evening
of last week. The new officers are Mrs.
Jesse Bliss, lady commander; Mrs. Nellie
Eager, lieutenant-commander; Mrs, H.
Peffer, record keeper; Mrs. D. S. Merville,
finance keeper. Mrs. E. Kendall, the retiring commander, served the ladies of the
hive with cream and cake.
Special union services of the two churches
have been held during the last two weeks.
The meetings have shown a gradually increasing interest from the first and it has
been decided to continue them a week
longer.
Rev. King of Pike is assisting in the special meetings this week.
Hermitage.
Wm. Werner, who has occupied one of
the Dr. Hubbard farms for seven or eight
years, has taken a farm near Attica and will
move there about the first of March.
One of Nicholas Obertine's children has
been ill the past-week. Dr. Boddy of North
Java was called to see her.
Miss Jennie Allen has been very sick for
some days at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Clinton Wiseman.
P. H. Wolcott has put in another]>ngine
to use in his grist mill.
Mr. Larkins had a severe attack with his
heart last week, but is better at last report.
Mrs. Stella Wood, who has been suffering
with sore throat is somewhat better.
School Commissioner Strivings made his
first call here in his official capacity the last
of the week.
Mrs. George Butler has spent the past two
weeks with her people in Orangeville.
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P. H. Wolcott and wife were at North
Java Sunday.
The Aid society at Albert York's was well
attended Friday afternoon and netted quite
an addition to their fund.
Rev. Stanley B. Roberts* of Utica will
lecture at the Baptist church Jan. 25, 26 and
27 in the evenings. The subjects will be,
for the first evening, '*The Saloon a Personal and Natural Enemy;" the second, "The
Saloon an Enemy of Church and Home;"
third, "The Saloon a Financial and Commercial Enemy." The Good Templars are
bringing this able and eloquent speaker here
at their own expense. It is not often that
we are permitted to have so noted a lecturer. No admission fee is charged. Come
Rock Glen.
Bert Beebe is quite sick at the FitzGerald
house.
James Dundon, station agent at the B. R.
& P. was married at LeRoy, Wednesday Jan.
20th Happiness and success are the wishes
of all.
Twelve from here attended the Dundon—
Keelty wedding at LeRoy.
Ed. Shultz came sailing into town with
one of the latest style phaetons.
Mrs. O. D. Clark has returned from a two
months' visit in Chicago.
EberYaundo of Fillmore was visiting in
town Friday and Saturday.
I. O. Parker was in Pavilion on business
Saturday.
M. M. Hawley is on the sick list.
Geo. Crandall is slowly improving,
C. Haile and wife were visiting N, Cleveland in Little Valley last week. Kip said he
could not find any gold.
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George Clor went to LeRoy on business
last Wendesday.
Eliza Nichols of Bliss is visiting Mrs. Fred
Neygus.
Dr. Clayton M. Brown of Buffalo visited
his parents Friday and Saturday. «
MarkVanCise is recovering from his recent illness.
Dr. Palmer was called to see Mrs. William
Kelly on Friday,
The young people from here gave Forrest
Hatfield a surprise on Wednesday night.
We are without a physician again; Dr.Peddle left here last Wednesday and had made
plans to sail for Scotland Saturday. He expects to remain there about six months.
Word has reached here of the death of
Dr. Nelson Hewett of Chicago; he was a
cousin of Mrs. Fanny Doolittle of this place
and a former resident of this town.
The young people met at the home of Daniel Stephens Friday night, and had a very
enjoyable time; MiloBrown furnished music
and dancing was indulged in till the wee
small hours in the mprning.
>rry Center.
This comma by was greatly shocked last
Thursday by th sudden death of E. H.
Austin, who wi injured Tuesday by falling
upon the ice wi L a heavy stick of wood accross him. It is not thought his in juries
were so serious mtil Thursday when he was
taken much wo; ie and death came to his
relief at 3:3d p.
Mr. Austin was well and
favorably kno
here
resided in
this vicinity fo; a long having
time
and
G. W. Silver i: his saw mill for assisting
several
years. His deal
is
a
great
blow
to
the
wife
and two little
mourn the loss children who are left to
band and f athei >f a kind and devoted bustbers, one residj He also leaves two broother in Mt. M ig in Lancaster and the
the f vneral whi< irris. Both were present at
Saturday afte: ih was held at his late home
officiating. Th| ioon, Rev. J. J. Shingler
of the entire coi family have the sympathy
reavement.
tmunity in their great beGeo. Nevins tas purchased the David
Geddes place ai isvsoon to start his feed
mill there.
John Skinnc has traded his house
and lot with Ml I. L. L. Safford for her
farm.
Herman La^ m is on the sick list.
E»rl Newcoml , who has been confined
to the house by| illness, is able to be out
again.
Mr. Hickey o| Castile has been pulling
Benedict the past week.
stumps for F.
The family ol Lrol Aiken is still sick with
chicken pox.
Arcade.
The third entertainment of the Academy
lecture course which was to have occurred
last evening, wis postponed.
Regents examinations are to be held at
the school building next week.
Mrs. John Knight gave a party to Marie
and Marguerite Barnes Saturday.
Monroe Young and family were guests at
R. S. Wheeler's last week.
Mrs. Wood off East Main street who has
been dangerously ill is improving.
Geo. Tisdalei has returned from Olean
where he has been for the past few weeks.
Earle and Stafford Wade were in town
over Sunday.
Much of the machinery in the Howard &
Henry saw mill and cheese box factory
which was destroyed by fire last week Wednesday was not so badly damaged as was at
first supposed aid can be repaired and used
again The mill was not insured and will
probably not be rebuilt. It is a severe loss
to this vicinity as it was the only mill in
town.
Three Great
Special
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Week Only
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FIRST—A Strictly AH Wool Black
Cheviot Suit, handsomely trimmed,
and well made in every particular.
Former price was $ 8 , To clear them
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SECOND-Our great Melton Ulster,
full length and wool lined.
A world
beater at $7*
Only a few left and
they will go quickly at
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THIRD--Any Plush Cap in the store
at half price. Every one guaranteed
all silk plushes. Prices range now
(at half price) from
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UNION CLOTHING CO.
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MORRIS & CO
North Java.
P.H. Wolcott and wife of Hermitage were
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guests of E. R. Fox and wife Monday.
Rev. Edgar J. Banks of Greenfield, Mass.,
have a nice olean stock of
has preached two Sundays in the Congregational church. It is thought by many that
he will be engaged for the year as the pastor.
The people in this vicinity were treated to
a real thunder shower Sunday evening. The
lightning was as lively as any ever witnessed
in summer, while the reports equalled an
old fashioned 4th of Juiy celebration. The
They make a specialty of plumbing.
They manufacture every conweather has been considerably cold since
Farm to Rent.
that night,
ceivable kind of Tin Ware; they oarry a fine stock of winter Horse
A desirable farm of 300 acres at Saltvale.
Mt. Vernon lodge, No. 263, F. & A: M., Wyoming county. N. Y., may be subdivide!
Clothing; They have all the best kinds of
installed the following officers on the night into two smaller farms. R. R. station on
of Jan. 16. Calvin F. Hammond, W. M.; the farm. Call or address,
Chas, D. Wolcott, senior warden; Wallace
CBYSTAL SALT Co.,
W.Hatfield, junior warden; C.L. Hammond,
55tf
Warsaw, N. Y.
treasurer; Herbert L. Getty, secretary, E. E.
Cooper, senior deacon; George W. Barber,
Don't come to town without visiting the
junior deacon; C. P. Ells, S. M. C ; Geo. W. Buffalo St. Meat Market, where you will
They have all the best kinds of Furnaces; they keep Skates, Sleds;
Richardson, J. M. C ; A. B. Divers, tiler. find everythingffirst class.
Sleigh Bells, etc., etc,, and what is better still their prices are all
Address of W. M. and secretary at North
Java.
righU Call and you will soon convince yourself of the truth of these
MaudBurch is receiving the congratulastatements.
tions of her many young friends, she being
the victor in the spelling contest at the academy on the afternoon of the 15th.
E M I N E N T L Y SUCCESSFUL.
all.
Thos. H. Donnelly, District Dep. G. M*
of the I. O. O. F., Wyoming district, was in
town Monday evening and installed the offiNorth Wethersfleld.
H. H. Charles of Rock Glen called on cers of North Java lodge, No. 618, I.O.O.F.
Mrs. J. L. Garrett was in Buffalo during
friends here Thursday.
the
week, called there by the illness
Cyrus Warren made a business trip to andpast
subsequent
death of her aunt, Mrs.
Warsaw recently.
Thos. B. Shepard.
Wewounbe pleased to furnish
Will be a t W A T K I N S H O T E L W a r s a w , N. Y
J. Schwab spent Friday in Varysburg.
des'gns
and
prices
on
application,
James S. Royce of Johnsonsburg was in
either bf mall or at our office.
S. M. Sharp of Johnsonsburg was in town town Monday on business.
Friday.
N. R. S l t E D M A N & S O N ,
Java Center.
Walter Ward was the guest of his parents
Cor. of Aiffalo and Center Sts,,
Friday.
Mary Neville was in Buffalo last week.
Lewis Hall and wife of Java LaKe spent
WARSAW, N.Y.
Tim Carroll of Little Valley is assisting in
Sunday with John Homer and wife.
Kidney,,
inspecting the bolts at the mangle roller
Wonderfully
Silver Springs.
mill for several days.
Miss Cora Ward was home over Sunday.
Edgar Hammond and wife entertained a
Andrew Taite and his newly wedded wife • I ^aagflffa T h e m A l l .
Mr. Shaw and wife left for their home in
Bladder,
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select
dancing
party
at
their
home
Friday
of
West Virginia, were shaking hands with
Arcade on Monday.
Successfully in
friends in this vicinity last week.
F.8. Naramore was called to Pennsylvania evening.
Blocd,
Rosa Conroy and sister, Mrs. Quinn of
Monday in regard to business for the firm Mrs, Dora Culver spent a part of last week
with relatives in North Java.
by whom he is employed.
Savannah, are guests of relatives in town,
Chronic
The school entertainment given in the
Thos. Markey and wife of Olean were % Made to O
Mr. Willey, relief agent at the Junction,
Dispepsia,
entertained his sister and Miss Jennings of north school house last Friday evening was callers on friends in town last week.
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well attended and much enjoyed by all
Perry Sunday.
The ball postponed at New Years, on acDiseases and
count of the illness of landlord Kibler, he ©
Mrs. Chas. Poison and Maud Currier were present.
Eruptions,
Milo Smith of Hermitage was in the vi- intends to hold at his hotel February 22.
in Warsaw last week.
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Chat; Chaffee and wife are entertaining cinity Saturday on business.
The interment of Mrs. Hoy of StrykersDiseases of the
M. Culver had the misfortune to lose his viUe who died at the home of her daughter
_ . , their aunt Mrs. Eleanor Wolcott of Mumf ord.
Cured without
e
horse
last
week.
Mrs.
Daley
of
Attica,
took
place
here
last
W. F. Fluker and wife called on friends
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C. M. Cole and Harry Porter of Johnsons* Saturday.
i i Oatka Sunday.
the use of merEye, Ear,
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Mr. Heasmith and wife entertained rela- burg were recent callers on friends here.
Cowlesville.
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tives from Buffalo over Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Griswold of Warsaw was a 1
Lamont.
cury or other
J. M. Duncan is in New Yerk.
guest of her parents, H. C. Nichols and wife e
Hade by } Nose, Throat,
J.
C.
Maher
spent
a
few
days
last
week
in
Doc Parker was in Warsaw Saturday.
last week.
Pittsburg,
Pa.
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Mrs. King is entertaining her sister, Mrs.
Mrs.
Elliott
Daggett
spent
a
few
days
in
injurious remeVariety Machine |
V. D. Morgan and wife of Hermitage were Buffalo last week visiting friends.
Peck of Newfield, N. Y.
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guests of her parents, W, H. VanAUen
Company,
| Lungs, and
John McCreary of Rochester, a tailor who the
Mrs. Isaac Austin is slowly recovering 5 WARSAW. N.Y.
and
wife,
Sunday.
has been employed by Joe Everingham redies. Epilepsy
Mrs. Amos Tice has been on the sick list from the grip.
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Manufactures
of
Sugar
Makers'
Supplies
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turned home Monday.
Charles Munns of Brooklyn, is the guest
Nasal Catarrh.
Peter Berkery who has been spending the the past week; severe attack of tonsilitis.
of
his
parents
Hard
Munns
and
wife.
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Tanls,
Pais,Tttnsfers,
Begnlators,
Heatsrs,
etc.
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Fits cured.
We learn that Wm. Leonard and Eri Grifholidays with his parents, returned to his
Mrs.
A.
H.
Hoskins
is
reported
better
at
fith
have
traded
places.
.studies in Berlin, Ont., last Wednesday.
| PUCES REDICED TO SUIT TJSE TIMES.!
Gus Morgan has purchased the shoe shop present writing.
The employes of the bicycle factory in
OR. McCLELLAN has been connected with the largesc hospitals in the country and has no
Mrs.
S.
Berry
is
still
numbered
among
the
Bradford in which George Hoyt is at work, of Eri Griffith that has stood so long near sick ones.
superior in diagnosing and treating diseases and deformities. He win give $50 for any ca se that
he cannot tell the disease and where located in five minutes. He wlfcreturnto Warsaw every
presented him with a purse ot $37. He is the Lamont bridge and removed it home.
four weeks during the coming year.
We understand that certain green goods
expected borne soon on account of his disThe drama was played Saturday evening
Dlsases of woman such as have baffled the skil of other phyaicians and remedies, quickly
men
have
been
doing
a
little
corresponding
abled hand.
to a full house; receipts were about $15.
cured. Women who have lost their vitality would do well to call.
of
late
with
one
of
our
citizens;
we
f
ail.howJ. E. Nash who accompanied the salt
Cancers, tumor, fibroid, and polypoid growths cured without the use of knife or caustics.* No
Cora Merrill is spending the winter with ever, to see any money in it for the greenies,
cutting,
no pain, no danger.
special to Boston, returned last Tuesday,
her sister, Mrs. F. M. Altfather.
they hit upon the wrong man, and have
New method electroysis, or fits scientifically treated and cured by a never-falling method.
Mrs. C. W. Pratt and grandson Harold
The Endeavor club meets Tuesday even- sown as it were to the wind; we hope they
Worden have been spending a few days with ings at Granger's hall.
will reap to the whirlwind.
Examination aand consultation free to everbody.
•T. O. Randall and family.
Manhood
perfectly restored. Quick, painless and certain cure for impotence, lost manlwod.
Mary Maher was confined to the house
Rev. J. J. Kelly attended the Free Baptist
spermatorrhea, losses, weak and nervous debility: also for prostatitis, varicocele and all private
last
week
with
throat
trouble.
quarterly
meeting
which
convened
at
the
diseases, whether irom imprudent; habits of youth or sexual functions, speedily and permanently
Pike.
Hudson street F. W. Baptist church Buffalo
cured
Jan. 13th, 14th and 15th.
- Several persons from here attend the W.
Examination and consultation free to everybody. Address all communications to 7* York
Johnsonsburg.
Street, Buffalo, N. Y,
C. T. U. county convention held this week
A
series
of
evangelistic
meetings
will
be
Sharp attended teachers' examination
at Gainesville. Dr. Mary Greene, president inGuy
Onr Advertisement w i l l appear twice before each -visit.
held in the Cowlesville F.W. Baptist church
Warsaw
Friday.
of the local organization, Mrs. Lathrop.Mrs.
commencing Tuesday evening, Jan. 19th, as
Rev. Thome is holding revival meetings previously reported.
Welles and Mrs. Fisk, Misses J. A. Capron
at
Union Corners,
and J. Wade and perhaps others.
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There was baptism at the Baptist church
Mrs. Harriet McKenzie was a sufferer
Wyoming:.
last Sunday morning—Mr. Fitch, while his from quinsy last week.
wife and two daughters united by letter.]
Dr. E. B. Belknap was called to ManEugene Barbour and wife visited friends
chester
last week to attend Earl Faulkner
Mrs. Geo. Bemis has her little grandson in Attica recently.
who
is
very
sick with emphysema.
staying with her for a few weeks.
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Miss Maud Baker was the guest of Estella
The Bell telephone and electric apparatus
Mrs. Sill returned to Franklinville Friday Hoy over Sunday.
that was ordered by the Wyoming Telelast after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs.
James Shaw and Arthur Porter visited phone company has arrived and will be E v e r y t h i n g i n t h e W i n d o w
White.
friends in Warsaw recently.
placed in position at once.
There will be a dance and basket party at
Mrs. Lucy Hoy visited her daughter, Mrs.
W h a t y o u n e e d is
A few of the young people enjoyed a hop
the Milks cheese factory Friday evening of G. H. Lewis in Warsaw the first of the week.
at
Cushing's
Hall
last
Thursday
evening.
ibis week.
Ralph Jones of Alden was the guest of
Logs are again moving in the direction of
Dr. Mary T. Greene is to give her lecture his cousins, Arthur and Harry Porter, over
A.
J. Heisler's mill which will be ready for
on "The Sandwich Islands," at the Good Sunday.
business
in a few days.
Templars hall Tuesday night for the benefit
Herbert
Charles
of
Rook
Glen
was
a
pleasof that organization.
We hare the geoda and wish to dispose of them FOB CASH IN HAND
Wm. Roeper is dangerously ill with
in
ant caller in town one day last week.
Bright's
disease.
Delia Greene returned home last Saturday
at the following prices :
A donation for Rev. Thorne was held in
from Buffalo; she has made many additions the
The
youngest
children
of
Chas.
Cashing,
F. M. church on the 14th, Rev. Thurber E. O. Smith, Harvey Durfee and Henry
Boy ' Knee Pant Salts, worth.
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to her studio, both of oil paintings and of of Wethersfleld
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Springs
preached.
Boys' Knee Pant Suits, worth.
a oo only ]
water colors. Her work in this department
Sprague are very sick with the grip. The
Boys'
Knee
Pant
Salts,
worth.
8
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Mrs. J. W. Jones, who is suffering from last two have a complication of the grip and
meets with the highest praise.
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Boys'
Knee
Pant
Salts,
worth.
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diabetes, went to Buffalo last Friday where pneumonia combined. A council of doctors
Boys'
Knee
Pant
Salts,
worth,
O. W. Decker lost a valuable Jersey cow she
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Boys' Long Pant salts, worth.
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only SOS
last week in a very peculiar manner; it drew cian.is being treated by an eminent physi- was held on the last named case on Monday.
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Boys' Long Pant Salts, worth.
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Mrs. Deo is quitefaick with the grip.
a small piece of carrot while eating, into the
Boys* Loaf Pant salts, worthI « • • • '
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10
A wood bee for the Widow Smith last
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trachea or windpipe,and wasjnnable to expel
Mrs. Avery, who has been quite 111 for
Boys'Long
Pent
Salts,
worth
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Men's Salts, worth.......
The Emersonian Club met with Mrs. O.
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Mrs. F. A. Harwood and daughter Ethel
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Skating and coasting were fine last Sat-1 are
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D. Lyon last Friday evening, Jan. 15th. The
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Men's silts, worth
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topics were the literary life of N.P. Willis, usday and many of onr young people en••••••
Men's salts, worth. » • • • • • • • • • <
Dr. E. B. Belknap has been confined to
and Richard Grant White. Mrs. A. O. Skiff joyed the pleasures both afternoon and the
MeMOveraoets
end
Ulsters,
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house several days with the grip.
read a very interesting paper upon JL G. evening.
Men's Overcoats and Ulsters, worth • w • A • • ,
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yes. Wyoming Is pretty nearly all in
White, while Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. E
Men's Qvsrceats and Waters, worth
Mrs. Coburn, a former resident of this
of the grip.
Mob's Overcoats sad ulsters, worth
Walker gave readings from his works. An
•test designs In
Men's Overcoats sad Ulsters, worth
ordinal paper upon the life and character of visiting friends here.
Oranrerille.
N. P. WQlis was read by Mary 8weet; read2 0 * 8 SZ?*00*?1 Mlj? S H 5 5 w o r i £
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The
Ladies'Home
and
Foreign
Missionings, music and discussions filled np the ary society of the Presbyterian church held
Boys
overcoats
ana
yjfters,
worth
• surprise partj was given Rudolph Peifer
Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters, worth
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evening.
Tuesday
ere in honor of Philip Peiferoand
a social at the home of John Kohler and
Men's
Good
Heavy
Gotten
pants,
worth
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wife.
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The funeral of Mis. Julia Wests was held
Mens' Good Heavy Wool Pants, worth... • t • » • • • > » • § • » • . • • » • • . • • • . • • • • • • • <s« S O
Thursday morning of last
Men's Good Heavy Wool Pants, worth... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' , . . . * . . . . . . . . . . « .
Edna Bnreh and Carlie Wheeler spent a
W.
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Warren,
one
of
our
blacksmiths*
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only/
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Best
Overalls,
worth
residence of her husband's mother, Mrs. has been on the sick list for a few weeks; lew dare with Blanche Peok last week.
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and
Beys'
Cans,
worth.
William Watts. Mrs. Watts
Mrs. Henry Peifer Sen. has the grip. Dr.
Will
Phinney
is
filling
his
place
at
the
shop.
ter of Mrs. Besancon of this
and the newest novelties in Millinery. Great ent in prices in the Tailoring Deportment. Above Prions for »0 days oolr
Daniel Ballon visited friends in rYitcoy Bliss attends her.
ter of H. Besancon the founder of the Pike
Several from this way attended the pound
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. GkueUe. and now living in Dakota. For 20 over Sunday; his sister Anna taught school
Inspection cordially invited at
social
at
OrangeriUe
Center
Friday
eve.
in
his
stead
in
Varysburg
Monday.
years she had been a sufferer from brsin
Edna Boron, Anna and Carrie Hall visited
The school in the KOTOS district closed
disease terminating In softening of the brain
school
Wednesday of last week.
and dementia. The funeral services were Friday with an exhibition ia the evening.
eondaoted by Rev. Mr King of the J t B.
HARDWARE
WOOD A N D GOAL
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