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Orange County Times-Press (Newspaper) - August 22, 1919, Middletown, New YorkOrange county times by today a Toast 22, cos Hen will of the late Archibald Disposes of an estate of aug will of Arch Holmes president of the Holmes music company of Middle town who died july 19, Bas been admitted to probate. The document which was executed August 3, 1908, disposes of an estate estimated at real and personal appointing As executors the widow. Mary m Holmes and a brother of the deceased. George w. Hohanes. Archie Holmes of Downs vice a nephew1 is Given the widow the turn of the Bouse and lot at 18 Highland Avenue Middletown. To Gether with All the furniture and fix Tures. The remainder of the estate is i laced in Trust with the executors at trustees the provision being that the income from the estate shall go to the widow during her life. If on the death of wife her Mother mrs. Emma d. Adams shall be still Liv ing the trustees Are to annually to her the sum of during her life. Upon the termination of the trusteeship. Residue of the estate gots to the Brothers George w. Holmes and John d. Holmes of Downsville and the Sisters. Lulu Rowe of on Meta and Jinan la Craw Ford of Hamden. In Case Juanita Crawford has no living children then her share of the estate goes to Tho brother Norge w. Holmes in Trust for the other sister. The will is signed by Augustus b. Holmes Aud Frank w. Hurtman. Of Downsville. Witnesses. Of administration have been issued to c. P. Hotaling on the estate of Michael Patio of Florida who died november 4, 1918. The estate which is estimated at personal goes to. The widow and two children. Letters of have twon issued to David Lewis of Montgom Ery on the estate of Samuel Lewis of that place which is estimated at personal. Letters testamentary have been in Suemoto Charles p. Shields of Flor Ida of the estate of Bridget r stretch which of real and personal. A dining room table is Given to a Niece a sewing to piece clothes to a Sis Ter Anil the of the property to Paul stretch a Sun. Returned Soldier denied right to peddle in Peekskill to test Case Goshen aug Nahon of Newburgh. A Veteran of the recent War who has served his country Over seas securing his honorable Dis charge was at the county clerk s office this morning narrating an experience which he had at Peekskill tuesday when he alleges the authorities refused to Honor a License which he had secured from county clerk Gregg july 25, entitling him As a Soldier to Hawk and peddle in the state without paying a License. Nahon states that he went to peeks kill to do a Little business As a junk dealer and was summoned to police court by motorcycle where he was detained for about two hours until the arrival of chief of police Henry g. Burke who informed him that he must or cease to do business there. He decided to leave and seek advice As to what course to pursue. He claims that the chief in formed him his License would not answer the purpose As far As Peekskill is concerned it making no difference to the authorities of that place whether he had served in the War or not As every peddle who did business there must take out a License there. As the Law plainly states that the License issued to a Soldier shall be valid in that state it is expected that or. Nahon will return to and test the matter. Personal c facial note 0 Campbell Hall Man buys the Hampton Burgh hotel property Goshen. Aug. 19 this Forenoon at o clock on the Steps of the court House Philip a. Rorty As referee sold at mortgage foreclosure the old hotel property at Hampton Burgh. Including about 34 acres of land. The property was purchased by William h. Lunney the Well known Pioneer of Campbell Hall the being aug Price the action Wae entitled Charles g. Juliand plaintiff against Emma l. Jones Arthur p. Nash Miles Odell Selina d. Garriock Jean bar Rell Felix Doyle and Sarah Doyle. The attorney for the plaintiff was Charles Clinton of Binghan ton. Or. Juliand who was formerly a resident of Hampton Burgh but now resides at Greene. Chenango county was present at the Sale. Real estate transfers. Goshen aug. Following real estate transfers have been re corded in the county clerk s office Carrie d. Kelsey Aad p. Kelsey of Goshen to Joseph Slosinski of Warwick property in the town of Warwick. Consideration Harry a. Meola and wife of Middletown to Michael Brennan and wife of Middletown property of beat tie Avenue that City. Consideration one drunk arraigned. Goshen aug. 19 Justice George r. Who was on the Bench in jus Tice Merritt s court this morning one Case of intoxication before him. That of a Goshen Man who claimed to have drank Only the 2.75 percent Beer. Was arrested by jus officer Johnson monday night. Tice Farrell administered some advice and suspended sentence. Personal notes. Goshen aug. ,19 mrs. Daniel Ryer son and daughter have returned from a visit at Jamestown. Mrs. M. D. Seely who has charge of ithe Western Union office at Tho Navy Rifle Range Caldwell n. I spent bunday in town. Miss Alice Gordon of Middle logo. Who is employee at w. P. Doremus photographic studio has returned irom a month s vacation. A Young old Man. Goshen. Aug. Horace More inns. Of , who was is of inc monday in town today Selling produce from Bis Gar Den. A years rust lightly on Hiliu. Fur he can to Var a Nuch territory sell As Micu produce As the a o tars his Junior. A week at Spring Valley. Marjorie Gibson is spending two weeks at Yankee Lake at the sew Ard Cattage the guest of Alice sew Ard. Ice Cream festival. Aug. Aid society of the methodist Church will hold a ice Cream at the Home of mrs. Eleanor Greene on Orange Avenue. Friday evening. Everybody Welcome. Personal notes. Gosf Cea. Aug. Mrs. Anaa l. Girls. Of Casioa. A has vis uhf Tow broker. Sheriff twin Iasi m. Leonart. She returned name today. A. W. A tort of is on his Zuar Fri cads in this or. A A terran jailed As starting a cd in new London. Ella her Home a has been in c at the races met week. Act Farned in turd a. Two wrecks at borne of or. Aad Robert w. Bruce on Murray Moxa ool Jain liking. Formerly super of Ibe Harrala track Aad has cow to los for Ite in nest of his real estate transfers. Goshen aug. Following real estate transfers have been re corded at the county clerk s office Frederick Funnell and wife of Middletown to Albie j Hayward of the same City properly on South Street. Middletown. Consideration Marion s. Barker of sir acute to George k. Reiner of Goshen prop erty in this tillage. Consideration Frank l. Rogers of Monroe to Harvey a. Anderson of the place property in Monroe. Consideration sex Nett Smith and wife of Mon Roe to Henry Kostie of the Sanio place property in Monroe. Consideration Elinor m. Levey of Monroe to win fled Scott of Paes Alc n. A. Property in Monroe. Consideration. 110. Not Many kickers. Goshen aug. Assessors who met tuesday to hear grievances did not receive Many callers for the reason that most of the property own Era Are pretty Well satisfied with the judgment shown by the assessors. Judge Cuddeback s funeral Goshen aug. Those in attendance at the funeral of judge William h. Cuddeback. Tuesday Al Ter noon. Were associate of the court of appeals Benjamin n. Cardozo. John w. And Emory a Chase judge Mclaughun. Of Peraic division Seary w. Keleen Aad Alphonse Karl of Buffalo part ners of judge Cuddeback. In the prac Tice of Law a that City for years clerk Richara m. Barber of the court of presbyterian mrs wont. Goshea. Aug. August meet ing of the woman s missionary society of the presbyterian Barco. Will be held in the compel thursday Teraoka. At the president will give a acco Aat of the Alsisto Abaiy con Ference at East . Members of tie a. 8. M. Society and any oth ers Are cordially invited to Tbs Seeling. Presbyterian Church. Goshea e. A Krai of port jews. Will is cach a mrs. E. D. Curtis of Indianapolis in visiting her sister. Mrs. C. J. Boyd miss Edna t. Hawes and miss Flor ence r. Boyd Are spending a couple of weeks at Shandale Lake livings ton Manor. Or. And mrs. Joseph Turner of the state Hospital have As visitors or. And mrs. Albert Powers of Chester. A. They Are visiting this City com ing from a tour of new England. West Lynne and Boston mass., being their last attractions. During the few Days Stop Over a this City they will visit or. And mrs. Harry Jubo 23 Monha Gen Avenue. Before returning to their Home in Chester a a Brief visit will be made in Philadelphia. F r miss Josephine Stinnard of Brooklyn it spending the week with mrs. William Sherlock of Johnson or. And mrs Charles Clearwater of Warwick Lave been visiting mrs. Clearwater a aunt Lucy m. Deora of 8 Cortland Street this City. W to v mrs. Anne Cooper Aad party have returned Home after a visit at the Pine kill club at Yankee Lake. Among enjoying the stay at the Lake were or and mrs. Harvey Sheppard of Danbury and or. Bradey Williams and sister Gertrude mrs. Carnichael mrs. Mccarter Harry Cooper and Roy Leemon of this City. Joseph Kniffin and daughter Sadie Kniffin of this City Are visiting rela Tives in Paterson n. J. Mrs. John Robb and son Walter of 322 North Street Are enjoying a trip to Norwich Marathon and other Points in the Northern Section of the state. Miss Helen Cooper of Paterson n. A. Is visiting miss Alice Moe an at her Home in this City. Mrs. Grace Hoffman has returned from a several weeks stay which included visits to Milford Sawmill and other Points in Pennsylvania. Lieutenant commander Earl a. Mcintyre u. S. N., who was recently appointed to the instructing staff of the United states naval Academy at an Napolis is spending a Short leave of absence at the Home of his Mother mrs. A. E. Mclntyre 74 grand Avenue. Hiss Rowena a. Mcewan of Yose mite Valley California a daughter of William Mcewan who has been trav Eling in the Eastern states for the past year spent the week end at Tho Home of her Uncle Henry Vic ban 15 Lake Avenue. Miss Moe an s father a brother of Henry Mcewan is one of the most extensive mine own ers in the Yosemite Valley. M Edwin b. Parliman of Lake to honk spent few Days last week with his parents or. And mrs. James h. Parliman. At 67 East Avenue he also attended the fair and returned Home Friday. Or. And mrs. Irving Atkins of use Church act sunday Aad the St Vidar morning Harold trill have charge of Ibec e. Naming at 7 o clock. The subject a Fol be. The Christian s Chat exude to life Matiiw 4.18-22. Frank Mar 31 c. Of uses been Tajh c eve Rosa for about two rears is borne a few Dart Jena goo draft. Is is town for a Sejm or Titas of Ithaca Bas bees several Dmya a Tarara Iff few dairymen s league Windsor conn., Are visiting friends in this City and in Tyler Hill a. Mrs. Atkins was formerly miss Dora lord of Tyler Hill and was for Many years a correspondent of the Honesdale Wayne Independent. Mrs. Edward Knapp of Winterton. Was the guest on Simmav of or and mrs. I Atkins of Tyler Hill pa., and visited this City monday. Mrs. O. Tymeson and mrs. C. J. Tymeson Are guests of their Cousin a. S. Clark on Lake Avenue. Mrs. J. W. Sloat of Brooklyn who has been visiting friends in this City her former Home returned . R or. And mrs. M Singer have As guests mrs. S. Sil Vennan and son. Of Troy formerly residents of this City and miss Jennie Rothfield. Of new York City. George l. Inn and daughter. Bulna. Arc risking the family of f. A. Bushley. At Norwich. Alderman William h of Noaell and Tammy Are visiting friends in Norwich for a few Days. Joseph Singer son of or. And mrs. M. Stager has ret Raed after spend no a enjoyable five Wake vacation in Troy. Albany Aad Saratoga or. Aad mrs. Harry Stiver of Dar Toa Ohio arc guests of Alderman and mrs. John Fox mrs. St Ever is a sister of mrs. Cox. Mrs. George Terr Tubi has to her Home after i Frijus wends to Wal Flea and attending the oomnraa3ly pm Cal at Orange late of City tit Vaca miss Gladys cordon ouirr1., is Tion at ill Annie. W. Mead of rising Bis f. F. Mad. 227 for a visit Injo relatives in Matamoras a. Or. And mrs. G. W. Brown and fam ily Are at mrs. J. Taylor s at Orson. Charles Hilton tha genial Pullman conductor on Eria trains and 27, accompanied by mrs. Hilton and or. And mrs. Janius of hones Dale pa., left on tuesday for u six weeks Auto trip through the Eastern states they expect to spend a part of the tin ii at a Rubago Lake. Maine where or. Ohton has interests in a cottage. William Clark. 17 Sproat Street motored to to his wife s aunts. Mrs. Woolsey. In his car wer a his wife Ami Alma and Niece. Bertha and mrs. Clark s sister mrs. James c. , her husband of Richmond place. Miss hels i Weale who was Grad Ual de from the Urs Tiline Academy last Juno and has been leaching music there luring a six weeks Sam mar course Bince then is spending vacation with her father. P. K. Manager of he Holmes music company of port Jervis. Miss Weale will resume her duties at in september. Mrs. Mary cumm tags. Of 127 Ham a venue. Returned Home Mondov to a clinic after a week s vacation at Rockaway Beach. Mrs. Hoy c. Corwin of port Jer us is visiting relatives in this City. Miss Alvah , of Butler n j., is spending a Weijk with rela Tives Anil Fri Pitts Iti this Chy. Dorothy Barnes left wednes any for two weeks vacation to rely Tivis a Poujak Jepsie hav ertl raw and it. Ivy. James Oliva of this City who was injured at the race track on the fair grounds last week by reason of the racing car in which he was Riding overturning has been discharged from Thrall Hospital. Lloyd William Oliver of Tarry Toni in returned Home monday after visiting his grandparents or. And mrs. William Helm of i Rovn Avenue for the past ten Days. E Rev. Or. f Bonner of Endicott City was in town wednesday favored the times press with a Call. Or. Sooner several years ago was pastor of the . Church at a Lorida came to or Ange county to officiate it the Wray Creeden Acar Slata Hill mrs. E p. Holt and miss Barnes of Hutfle Straw Ere visiting at mrs. Davy Avenue. Miss Ethel Lynch of Finchville spent the week end at the Home of her Friend. Miss Strait of Matamoras a. Miss Emma Strack of Lindenhurst Long Island a sister of Edward c. Strack and his Niece miss Gertrude Polick of Woodhaven Long Island Are visiting or. Strack. Or. And mrs. C. I. Redfield have re turned from Asbury Park after a pleasant vacation of two weeks. Sidney Koss of Albany formerly i Deputy clerk of the Assembly. Was in town jul mesday returning from a visit to Sullivan county. K. L. Mcc Rua and mrs. Mccrea of this City have gone to port Jefferson l. L. Where they will two weeks visiting their son or. Fred l Mccrea. 3 the following your women Are stopping at the Jesse Bookstover cot Tage at Yankee Lake Ida May and Betty Sage of Hartsdale Idella dub. Of Goshen Gertrude hunger Helen Boyce. Of Campbell Hall Suball of Chester Mildred i. Santos of Middletown and Vernus Vander Mark and Nell Seybolt. Of Wash log tonal Lac. They Are Cape Road by miss Anna Parson of this City. Miss heh a of Scranton. A. N vision Cousin. Miss Dorriny 1-Evan. Here. Mrs. A. 3. Or. And mrs l h Creesy and have in. Turned Njazi a two woks sojourn act Asbury Pirt the misses Marcella Helen Aad Tanney. Of this Day. Are ape diag Useir vacation at Crafton. Sib their Cousan. Mrs. James Mcdonald. F mrs. M. J. Quinn and daughter. Lesja. From a vacation speak is the Ian. Hosgoo Road c. Son of of Joer and. Mrs. B. Wood has 3j1sj a to fed. Fans in to i his Petty has on the which is to b Irr Aiava a nth la inc Iii if 3m not leaving Are to Revost for fair is opened at Ellenville first Day it marked by Good weather big attendance Many Large exhibitors at annual show Gray. Ellen Grille fruit. A b. Tit Spring Glen school work Stanley b. Heason Ellenville farm produce w. Townsend Ellenville. General superintendent of Tho women s auxiliary mrs. E. B. Saunders Ellenville. In charge of the various departments Are Art mrs. Harry c. Derby mrs. C. D. Divine mrs. Hoi Man and Eaton domes tic Herbert Thyson mrs. J. W. Rode mrs h. C. Terwillliger mrs. J. C. Coles mrs. S. 0. Durland mrs. B. P. Neal culinary and Dairy. Mrs. M. J. Grimmer mrs. E. J Pierson mrs. B. B. Russell mrs. M. G. Schoonmaker Flowers mrs. George Mericle mrs. E. S. Carver mrs. W. C. Parsells mrs Irving Ostrander mrs. L. E. Ver non. Among the Large exhibitors of flow ers and potted plants Are Valentine Burgentine inc., of Kingston and h. T. Cooking am of Ellen vice. Joe Gerhardt obituary Cynthia Penney Poppre. Cynthia Popple died at. .u-30 sunday night at her Home be Low Otisville of paralysis. She was born of March to 1sj3 and i lie daughter of Sarah Ketcham Anil John Peaney. She was married to George i Oppie on december 17, 1579. Ills death occurred several years ago several nieces and nephews survive her. The funeral was held at her i in Home 2.3 wednesday afternoon Inte cent in Otisville cer Retery John Austin Miller. John Austin Miller son of or. And mrs. Joseph Miller passed away at 16 Wells Avenue at noon today. An obituary and funeral notice tomorrow. John Burke. Port Jervis aug. J Burke for Many years a Yard conductor in the Erie service at port Jervis died on saturday of a complication of diseases. He was born in Brooklyn and was the son of James Burke and Honor Connelly Burke. On december 16th, 18s4, he was United in marriage with miss Mary e. Mulhearn. The death of mrs Burke occurred on May is 1912. The surviving relatives Are one daughter Vivian wife of Brower e. Lockwood. Of Springfield mass., two sons James f and Edward of Pon Jervis one sister mrs. Marie b. Hughes of port Jervis one brother Florence g. Burke of Middletown or. Ellenville aug. First Day of the Ulster county fair at Ellenville passed off very auspiciously and was from every Point of View. The fore noon was spent in arranging exhibits of which More entries had been made than at any previous fair held in the county. Every Booth is occupied in the main buildings and an extra tent raised on the outside to accommodate the exhibitors who seem anxious to assist in making this fair one of the largest Ever known in Ulster county. Between and entries have been made among them a num Ber of Large exhibits. Some of the largest Stock exhibitors Are Frank Brooks of Grahamsville Herbert Brooks Sundown Gardiner Lake farm Dairyland Ulster county Chester Young Napanoch Yama farms Napanoch and Walsh and Wintish Ellenville All of whom have Fine herds of cattle. A w. Hillis sons of new Wor Cester exhibit 12 varieties of sheep and eight Swine John Dunlop of Wawarsing Swine. The largest exhibition of poultry Ever seen in this county is at the fair grounds this week. Among Tho exhibitors Are Wright and Harry Dawson of Walden Basil Smith of Whitney Point with an exhibit of 800 Birds o. G. Peacock of Canandaigua who shows 900. And. A. G. Sin Sabaugh of Ithaca with 600 Birds. Others Are William n. Shouter ot1 pleasant Valley and de Hewlett of Lagrangeville. The most prominent exhibitors of fruit Are W. Weaver sons of Highland and mrs. W. P. Masten by pleasant Valley. The Ulster county farm Bureau also has a Fine exhibit and the jewish agricultural society occupy a Booth in the main building. In the Art department the Princi exhibitor of hand painted China and of water colors is miss Anna Walling of Pine Island Orange county who makes a Fine showing of her work. Dubois Bros of new paltz Are on hand with their automobile sories and the Duro residence water system with the Alamo Power and Light Plant for the farm Are demonstrated by their agents Carl Miller son of Kingston. Notwithstanding the very Uncertain conditions of the weather the paid admissions to the fair grounds exceeded the first Day of last year and As it was also children s Day the merry go round and other amuse ments of the Midway were Well patronized. The races were started today by starter e. Lahiff whose Home is in Keene x. H., and who will be re j Mem ered As the starter who sans songs Between the races for the amusement of the crowd and whose presence is one of the pleasurable features of the fair. Brice Moore the new Secretary of the society is proving himself Eft Orient in his office and is the right Man in the right the exhibits. Wood and Russett. Of Ellenville occupy two Booths with a Fine Dis play of new furniture carpets rugs Etc. J. A. Brown and m. E. Estryn exhibit pianos pianola and other musical instruments also e. Winter s i Qaji sons and w. Rider of Kingston have their usual Fine annual display in the same line Van Waschen and co. Of Kingston. Occupy a Largo Booth in the Center of the building Wax re Hoy show Sam Ples of their Best goods from Tho Var ious departments of their Largo store Loyal Orcigr of the who held Down second sack Cincinnati reds in 78. Tor John Auster Miller. John Austin Jahier infant son of or. And mrs. Joseph Austin Miller whose death was briefly mentioned in the times press wednesday even ing died of toxins poisoning that morning at 11 o clock at the Home if Wells Avenue after an illness of six Days. The child was born in this City november 29, 131s, and was baptized children s Luy at the first Presby Terian Church. Besides the parents two Sisters survive. Charles Whitman. Charles Whitman died wednesday August 20, at about 8 o clock in the evening at his Home at Yankee Lake. Deceased was born july 9th, 1844. He is survived by his wife and two daughters at Home and also by one brother and two Sisters. The funeral service will be held at 2 Friday in the reformed Church Wurtsboro. Interment will be in Sylvan cemetery. Obsequies William h. Patterson. The funeral of William h Patter son was hold at the i late Home j6 Beattie Avenue. Rov. Stanal Dow Butler officiating. Mrs. L. And mrs. V. Lour sans two selections asleep in Jesus Ami abide with me the pallbearers were Conrad Neu Burger and John Shin dlr from the maccabees. Winner and Lar. Try Raper. Fron us carpenters Union. An l Frank from the 1-odg.1. X. O. Dean and gave the i. O. 0 k. Sort ice at grave. Then Nero Manv Floral town Lodge 3u, 1. 0. O. Of Macon ice tent 2sj carpenters ii Ina. And in that City. The Domestic Art and fancy wor5r j try. J interment was in Hillside departments Are Well filled and More j fun work displayed than has been for a number of Vears at the fair. J school work is in Charef of the school superintendent. E. And is i usual constr atop of attractive sex of the fair. An unusually Large Aad attractive j Midway with Many amusing of stares Aud Caroe and already Contra once doing a Rood business Joe Gerhardt is mentioned in bit of history Joe Villa writing in the new York evening Sun of tuesday under the Captain Why Cincinnati fans Aro crazy Over Moran s reds says with the exception of the season of 1882 when the Cincinnati reds won the american association s Pennant Yorkville fans never have been rep resented by a championship Ball club in major league company. The famous red stockings Defeated All com ers in 1869, but there was nil regular schedule in those Days and no pen Nanu Moran and his sensational reds therefore now Are threatening to capture the National league s High est honors for the first time in the history of the great american time and for that important reason Cincinnati rooters apparently Are los ing their sense8. Cincinnati has been represented in the National league race for thirty five years being one of the charter members when the circuit was organized in 1s76. Four years later the reds were expelled from the league for various reasons and did not obtain another franchise until 1s90, when president Aaron Stern took ui3 club out of the american association As one of the moves by organized baseball in fighting the brotherhood of players. Only one Cincinnati team up to this year was Able to finish As High As second in the National league race. That feat was accomplished in 1878. The reds line up including will White who wore eyeglasses Pitcher Deacon Jim White Catcher Chub Sullivan first base Joe Gerhardt second base William Geer Short Stop Cal Mcvey third base Charley Jones lip Pike and m. J. Kelly out Joe Gerhardt whose Home is now in Middletown and who is employed in n. D. Mills James Street Cigar store still has baseball blood in his veins and Joe talks entertaining la of the National sport Back in the 70s. Woman Hurt in Auto smash at South Centreville weddings the Horac by a la Raj a of Motel Koch i of a Kitchen and devices. Each be a of Afie Raovoa. A at z o clock turf Day afternoon it Spring Street occurred Tho marriage of Dayton of 3-4 la Bari and Mars Enn .1 j Ort t o 5 Lexington n. 3. By to will be at j on tuesday aft Raovoa Tat w i nr-3 win he to o l. Case. . To Terry of Goshea. Cation at a for late Moore. Her in meeting called i a a Tinc of Dmary Asro s league a Fol be Tew of a atop of Rotas the tort a school Aad Are to in j of be shark. N at mrs. Ella i late. Wallkill River Grange. Only Rau Jaf matters Ltd at the n to Ira of a 02 Wallfi rave on Paytra has just rets a Anna new topic dry. Ism been to pc note at note Norta . W bar Poston to Tux at the f a a Madeline of town and miss of West teen. Left the Fey razor diag for Bur Park their Vijh snows at or have inc of that skin club of county on Symay a of tie per s scr 1 cooler. The Kilben 5s in of Sttuart of Jyh for Ulster Ostia to who will be Wen by of Tbs Mcouatt of a in id Lul Mhz b l f the South Centreville aug. Or Accident happened sunday after noon at the double curves above Here when a Large new touring car was crowded against the rails by an other machine and an elderly woman occupant was severely Cut. Byron Ellsworth of Middle Moira recently spent a few Days Here Call ing on friends and relatives. Or. And mrs. S f. Clark of Walla Wall. Washington were week end visitors at the Home of their Nephew and Niece. Or. And mrs. W. L. Brown. Or. And mrs. Clark Are in their Soth year and Are enjoying Good health. They Are making their Home while Here with or. Clark s brother will Clark of the lower Road near Deaton who with his wife and brother Young Clark and daughter. Nettie. Of sunday afternoon called at or. Brown s. The services at the presbyter Laa Church on sunday were Well attended when Rev. A. Rosenberg preached an excellent Sermon in the morning and in the evening told of his conver Sion Frein Judaism to christianity. Of j next sunday. August 21. Be will i preach at 11 o clock and a the evea i ing will Tell of his work among the chinese. Everybody Welcome at both of these scr sees. Mrs. It Etta Walker with her son. Will Walker and wife Aad their children of Green Vehe were callers a w. L Brown s on saturday. Mrs. J. Monroe. Mrs. J. Scaia Jef and son. Frank Morrison sub Facer. My i and yaa5ciu of Brooklyn lib-1 last week of Morrison Heights Fana. Mrs. J. E. Blade Aad Soas. Fraai and Gordon Are visiting Alta Are parents at Matamoras. _ of Lortice Aad brother Frel i err Picoc. Of a tray York were trusts of tin rec Anil Atrat or Aad mrs. F a or pict. Saturday last. Ainu a. B e. A at Rhey Iii s City. Kod or at hoax a this a officers. Are. Syst Hooray wok Sroc nil vice r t. Gook Agban Secre tary Moore racing wre Jary or m to a k sat Riekea. Of i1-" vow hit rotarians of four cities Are to meet in Newburgh Louis A. By it w Shook Kejty Joba births. Or. To 3 mrs. Carls Highland tote birth on auras to of a daughter. s 11. Tie of in rotary will Jabeir Patias Tere. Tie big foot la Aad Middle Tom adj was of for or. Or i r it f ? a a 3 r re to ule. I Antono e5-. To this City Waday will occupy Oie cottage of or. And Leavle sheep Aad Stoe James mrs. Grant ten Olliger Lor next love eoe Ovule poultry. Wax in Joan Jozac pm of Wor Tea by w us the a i odium of every cae that bad a tilt 1st rotary u wifi to m

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