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Middletown Daily Times-Press (Newspaper) - January 27, 1912, Middletown, New York Duality ana in Circulation make the Best Advertising Medium in Its TieW GUARANTEED CIRCULATION FOR DECEMBER 4965 LEADING NEWSPAPER OF ORANGE COUNTY EIGHT WEATHER flurries nmi not much In moderate northerly 53.50 a Year N. Y. SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 1912 30 a Month CLEARING THE WAY FOR THE WEBB MEMORIAL CHURCH BY REMOVING OLD BUILDINGS TWO CENTS ARFMANN PAYS FOR A COW While excavating In the cellar of ul East Robert an employee of dug up old California bearing the date of 1S4P, which was found at least a foot under the uf the This coin bears on the the of a and en the the Goddess of Liberty nnd the teen the original Ills find CORNELL MAN and to Aug. who is a well collector of coins A number of other coins were With Two Others Local Farmer Expects New Records LOCAL BONDHOLDERS OF UNIONVILLE RAILROAD COME TO THEIR OWN AT LAST Tlie Second The committee of tho first Committee of the bondholders of ville and Water Railroad president pany bus offered to purchase from A TO GET 1'mil 1. of New V. of and Frank 11 ot thin the of it of this committee for mortgage of said issued In thu I National of N the of New York N. the depositories this therefore an to the principal of the bonds and the interest to i no unpaid Interesi up to the a of the bus sold them to of Second Board of Estimate Gives the Fire Chief a Salary Raise par and accrued ruary at live per per upon presentation to the Km Jan. asl 12 New on oi also though he buying a cent Of sueli found m the including John Arfmaur of the old large Contrar Smith ami force busily engaged in i on the Silk purchased bj the trustees of the Westminster to make for ihu new and parsonage to be uy thai church j The ai East is known as the Silk iSj being directly across I the house situated on tlie East side of thu and Dr. be removed to the site of East as soon as the foundations bo inn of auction ring at tho State Armon yesterday and paid for i thu aristocratic I daughter of the OTHERS TOO and a ol to her uas by B. ol paid for V cowan boui ou birthday is on S. noru years ago This was one ol tlie most important tions of tbe mile of ulnch opined in ibis city and concluded shortly beloro 0 proceeds of tbe sale amounted to in many en- cales of properly endorsed in This except good news to aj ing nearly north of friul Sirj by a number of our of the in always works for The of mortgages will bo curried courts without and will probably Tho of Charles two years I of I his an a to a number to due lo the efforts and j ment their meeting lioW at the rated lu u number of AMENDMENTS TO INSURANCE LAW SUGGESTED N. Jan. 27. ways it one ot the best held of tlie Syracuse in here a largo I lu his annual rl Boy Gets Tongue-lashing Girl's Mother CRUIKSHANK SCHWARTZ OF i ON Frustrated in an tempt to a TOOK TO HIS HEELS attendance of representative cattlo nien irom all parts ol ihe On pre- There were numerous sales ai and a did not get nnd the bidding was the prices Mr. Arfmann these cons and bo two pur for to reach monou The cow has a butter record of 3D pounds in 7 Her daughter which be is a who was honed m the on Friday of pounds for Ho s. She evening as having hewn taken ill at j has provided pounds of butter and who at time 7 lu M as HO Walnut this here on evening I ib UOw at Mr. larin on an his way I ing One cow now under test to police has 32.1 pounds of butter tor 7 Tho milk showa per butter There Schwartz told Chief will urge of tho Insurance law lu Among these Thai such law be amended as more to fix tbe of the of HID salary of tho ent be Increased from to 000 a That thu expense of examination of companies be no longer refunded to thu Thai the number of printed UNDERWRITERS DISCUSS CREDIT ON POLICIES At tho of tho local Board held at Uio on of llou of of tho In: ly be ai 4 the following elected for the coming C. Vloo A. Secretary and M. K. Archibald Taylor and W. M. A committee was appointed fo In- the mailer ol credit on nnd report at the neM room of tho on Friday afternoon at matter WHS referred to tho Hoard it Intimate and Apportionment irom tho Imit meeting of the Council of at which time ti offered to effect by and wao At the sumo First Assistant Chief Leon was given a salary of and F. a This action will meet with the hearty approval of nil tho of and IB a ntop in tho right The First National Bank was as city depository for tbo coming In place of Orange County The First MM Jan. 21, of Justice in CBy Associated Jan. 27 Captain left this lor ton police conn this shortly held 10 the action of grand jury in this on aj of He was that he a. and to bo in Di J. and on bib arrival made an c. and found the man to be ill from the effects of several which ho had pre- He told Dr. that bad been once tor and once for and that he He refused to of cut was taki u to Thrall pital m the where Dr. IMPORTANT LEAGUE A very Important meeting of awe will be held January at tho which in this ia IMPORTANT SALES OF TWO CITY PROPERTIES Frank of Ibis rn cently purchased the of (i al ami North for an investment The Snuler her Company has of new lho nt dit on fire un of a can be imposed nol upon tbe upon tho policy and UK now to tho of thn agent to the policy tho premium not paid It a uniform will bave lo bo Tho Inw very philn in lo thin of It In a of Also Ihe new Ihe agent In prohibited from taking commission on his own tire Tbo opinion lho hi policy be bo paid on or In fore Ihe dale are IIK IH to pny tho city two per per annum on dm dally is to give au indemnity bond for any nnd bus tho choice be- tween an Individual or a surety be approved by the resolution was o rod by 1'reiddenl and seconded by Mayor President H. Chirk of Ihe Common President Harry T. of the of and er of John A. Korschen worn nl the Com of C. linn being to Business of be brought and a properly between of Ihe law IK no and from Hie insurance and Dr. charge of i eral of the trade will take KO on the 10 o'clock here ibis and thc an they the county jail stopped off. As ho reached the would not be to Giordano was arrested in the Of the a crowd of Schwartz is resting station in FIshKill and ing on Wednesday where his address as 2-1 (i Second and Mildred aged 31, Cruikshank rushed to the and said that he weie waiting for a train to evidently intending to was a and had been grabbed away from for about four Tho pair from thrash out den that afternoon and ihe or newspapermen learning of the he found himself the co-operation of the Cruikshank ran pellmell up and Fishkill police in de- with a howling mob V LU the who planned to get married in the When Giordano was brought into court this morning gavo him a terrific tongue lashing and might have resorted to violence she not been restrained by the police i Giordano claims that he did not I induce thc girl to elope but that The following toward prevailed on him to do splint to and needed by CONTRIBUTIONS FOR THE SPLINT IN PRATT'S BIG PLANT New ed to be a serious fire was l v J i J i I i told school friends that a poor young man suffering from s work in run away to get if tubercular disease of the a conflagration in the gin met been received tlic Standard Oil Com- as shei Hotel Brown dining room girls in thc Williamsburg section of on on hci her home retired gentleman ro the High and the pair iV to a trolley which they j. 10 Mulberry 1 lor The girl street without a 2.00 A can exploded in a room whore men and 75 girls were All were confined to thu was in a Giordano says before they Printer brick Four V the he telephoned to th Cariffe wishing to talk with the girl's mother and make a final fort to secure her consent to the but one of Mildred's sisters answered the and learning who had poured an lanche of abuso over the met Mildred in where the a numerous Jived before coming to a native cf Marion and A man Mrs. G. Philanthropic Club Total alarms were 100 T. M. C. A. BOYS VISIT Talk Hardly a day passes that tho does not receive several letters from various manufacturers throughout the country enclosing with them news item about thc general business of tbe try and in which tho Individual manufacturer figures con- This is ly true of automobile The editor of a when first at these thinks here's a good bit of I'll use He before ar- ticle is completed there Is tho baldest possible reference to the manufacturer and his In other the ar- ticle is nothing more or less than an advertisement so adroitly worded that the un- sophisticated would naturally it urn in that This attempt on the part of certain publicity agents to use the newspapers of the country as good beyond belief in these days of but it is being Shade trees and the properly developed for building Doth were made through the agency of M depart un nl slop here an the ip in a- be set ner avenue and It the Intention to property and and lay a concrete all the way DAILY DOINGS IN REAL ESTATE AT LIBERTY Mrs. John O. Mrs. Ab- bie and Hairy of thin attended tho funeral vices of Mrs. A. D. which wero held at Liberty on Friday amount In MISS BRADNER DIES AT GOSHEN Jan. 27 Miss filed at tho homo of Ihe MisMos on South at 10 n. m A to-day will appear The Misses J. Roso and Minnie I. have sold their two y apartment Nos. 8 and 10 Place to Spencer who makes tbe as an and will rout out tin two containing large bath nnd Tho Main was mado through tho real tale agency of A. V. 41 North TAFT STARTS ON TO OHIO Jan. Taft left Washington at afternoon on a five trip to Columbus and The president stays at Henry W. Taft's BOSSY COMES INTO HER OWN 79 AND 58 AEE j and TO BS interested Tu tho mechanical They Associated type men set the type and thc j ployed in the park and secured NT Associated ype men set tie type and thc stereo in the An New 2--Brigadier make the plates with fral Stuart U. S. interest sprung up between him and the and it is said before thc family ed from there she had been free in declarations that she would marry her Her parents did thing they could to discourage tlie because of the tender years of the but ihe couple met secretly and apparently avowed nal Soon after the moved to Giordano threw up his job in Tuxedo and came to the aqueduct operations in the town of ery so he could be near his He secured employment with and was laborer No. of has is an annual visit by the Y. M. a license to werl Mrs. Belle A. boys and they are always At the hearin Giordano was represented by Robert T. through whom he waived on page 8.) F. also of General Gordon and Mrs. Fleming is FUNERAL OF MRS. The funeral services of Mrs. Clara M. Redfield was held this afternoon at at tlie late homo near and were largely There was a great number ot ful floral The services were in charge of Rev. E. Van ke pastor of minster Presbyterian of which was a devout The interment was in the family plot in Hillside the bearers being John 1. Joseph Mr. Carpenter and Mr. j Ci M I I dozen or more members of the prosecuted daily en Y. M. C. A. paid a visit to Such practice makes h sary for tbe newspaper editors ard business managers to watch very carefully lest some one uses their columns for gain without paying for the the wily ity one on but we don't ict happen If space is worth seeking for such we feel it is worth ing the service obtained as are any others who desire to see an up-to-date NEW PLANT C. C. who has held the position of foreman in the packing department of the Borden plant in this city for some years was on Thursday promoted the superintendent of the plant m this This was made sary by the promotion of tendent George A. to general of the of the company in this Mr. Denmark resides 23 Olive and is a thoroughly capable and efficient man for the position to which he has been for is poor not only In the advertising and news columns of a but from any other The accepts legitimate advertising from anybody who is responsible and pays the rates shown on its rato We do rot inate in any class of ing Our circulation books optn U by from tbe Albany Knickerbocker which had 't from tM 0., The following was sent out from Albany last and widely published over the worse than a do said Albert a scientific of N. to the New York Agricultural a cow isn't In the right frame of so to continued Mr. doesn't give nearly the Quantity of milk that it ordinarily Manning evidently surprised to see several rural gates smiling a lio known of farmers In Orange county who find it profitable to put dowers lu their caw Such pleasant surroundings cheer tho cows and cause them to give more
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