Middletown Times-Press from Middletown, New York on August 5, 1915 · Page 2
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Thursday, August 5, 1915
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MPDLETQWN DAIMT PAWED ID HELPLESS .Prominent Merchant Restored to Health fiy "Fruit-a-tives" BRISTOL, July 25th, 1914. "I had a stroke of Paralysis in March, uad this left me unable to walk or help myself and the Constipation was terrible. Finally, I took 'Fruit-a-tives' for the Constipation. This fruit medicine gradually toned up the nerves and actually relieved the paralysis. By the use of 'Fruit-a-tivcs' I grew stronger judgment in fa\or of-the plaintiff, Mrs. until all the palsy left rae. I am now irell and attend my store every day." ALTA PHILLIPS. Fruit j nice is nature's own remedy and 'Fruit-a-tives' is made from fruit juices. 60c. a bos, 6 for $2.60, trial size 25c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ogde-sburg, New York. . THOBSDAY. AWH7ST n" 1915. Lower Court Reversed in Lane Action Port Jervis, Aug. 5,--The Appellate Division has handed do\yn its decision in the case of Margaret Lane against Edith A. Myers, individually and as executrix of and trustee under the will of Mary Jane Topping, deceased, and Otto P. Myers reversing the Judgment dismissing the complaint which was entered upon the derision of Judge Tompkins and rendering a final BULLVILLE. Bullville, Aug. 5.--Miss Mildred Seaman, of Bellvtlle, N. J., Is visiting her uncle, Mr. Tmmbell. Some'of the young people seem to be having a great deal cf sport row- Ing and swimming in the Sheffield Pond. The Bpworth League meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L, C Jones, on Friday evening of this week All the members, those wishing to become members, and the new con verts are especially Invited to attend · The pastor will talk to the converts , and afterward a social time will be enjoyed. The Sunday services in the Methodist Ohurch will be the same as usual. Sunday school at 10 a. m , preaching services at 11 a m and 7'45 in the evening, and aJso at 2 30 p. m. at Searsville. The will of Mrs. Topping, the mo, ther of Mrs. .Myers and the grand| mother of Mrs. Lane, directed her executrix, Mrs. Myers, within a year af- i ter tier death, to sell her farm in the town of Deerpark and, after making certain pa} month, to divide the balance of the proceeds equally between tier daughters,, Mrs. Myers" and Mrs. Barren, and her granddaughter, Mrs. Lane. Mrs. Topping died in 1899 but the exeoutux did not exercise the power of sale until 1810 when she conveyed the property to her sou, Otto P. Myers in discharge of an indebtedness which she Individually o«ed to him. HOBO RELIEVES HIM OF $10.50_IN CASH Mr. Tompkin*' Misfortune at Maybrook Montgomery, Aug. 6 --Charlos rompkins, westbound repair man, at Maybrook, was relieved of $10.50, by an unknown hobo, who was suspected, while at work there. His locker was broken open and-' rifled of Its contents, including this sum. Mrs. Herbert P. Cox, Miss Lea Cox and Mrs. Cox's mother were In New York a portion of the present week. They went by boat from Nowburgh. Houston Browa made a mistep and fell, while carrying a roll of patent roofing out of the feed store of John J. Vanderoef Son. His elbow and hand were injured which will tern- porarily incapacitate him from work. The annual Sunday school picnic of the Presbyterian Church and coi · LIVELY SCENES WITNESSED AT THE IDLE HOUR INN, MONROE Guests From Many Sections Attend Informal Fancy Dress Ball at Famous Resort gregatlon will be held on Wednesdav August 18. at Orange Lake. The Mission" Study Class and the young people ot the Methodist Episcopal Church, have collected u sum of money sufficient to send three mothers and their babies from New York to the country at Cornway, for a iveek, under the" auspices, of the Five Points Mission b^ew York cltj William V. Vail, the energetic and efficient Coca Cola'salesman, started Monroe, Aug. 5--Every minute, every hour and every day foring their idded surprises to the guests at Idle *our Inn and Cottag;es. It seems as I the guests have formed themsevles Into one gigantic house party, bringing forth a continual round of pleas- The evening of July 30 was the scene of one of the largest informal ^ancy dress balls ever held in Orange " * the notices York; Mrs. L. W. Sprickland, New York; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Benson, Paterson, N. J. ; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hoffman and Miss Olive N. Hoffman. New York; Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gilmore, Paterson, N. J. ; Mr. and Mrs. Luke, Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt, New York; Cornel Charles Agnew, Pater??,",' JN - J ' : Geor £e Ellsworth Gray. Middletown, N. Y.; Miss Ethel Mitchell, Mlddletown, N. Y.- Mr. and the the from TM - , The granddaughter upon learning of on a trip the early part of. the week BUFFALOS. The Middletown Herd, No. 3, Loyal Order of Buffalos, will meet tonight, In the Maccabee Hnll at 8 o'clock, to tako action on thb death of Brother Louis E. Malochleb. this deed brought this action to set aside the deed as fraudulent and void. The case was tried before Judge Tompkins in October last, who rendered his decision dismissing tbe complaint upon the ground that the executrix would be chargeable with the value of the property upon her ac- Miss Grace Hulse, who is studyiig to be a trained nurse in the, Passaic Genera! Hospital, is a sojourner for two weeks' vacation at the, home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ferris Hulse. · - ·- The funeral service of Charles Tice, on Tuesday, at his late home, counting in Surrogate's Court, that in this village, was attended by many then the plaintiff would receive her sorrowing relatives and friends The proper ?hnre and that her action in pallbearers were: Daniel A. Brown the Supreme Court was maintainable. J- Harvey Harris, William McNea ' The Appellate Division reverses the John Devln e, William H. Legg aiu Judgment entered upon this decision | sepn **· Lawson. and renders final judgment in favor j of Mrs. Lane, setting aside the deed, with costs. this affair the num- I Mrs. F. It shows the N. Y.; a s gone for- N Y - Present ,ew ?^SSSSnTShS l^^^^TS^ S p^STpSaSA*^ ^'^ ^ t0r *« U^ ^Xt'.! ft?***.*?* **? Bn * entertainment of (through many intricate- movements ,,,,. . during this march, a Paul Jones was Middle- announced, which was thoroughly eu- ,,,,., ,., - · ,, .."arwlck, Joyed. Following this an exhibition St^tOT.^^^ e -pretty roads leading to man in their ' Park,-situated on. the CARNIVAL AT THE R1VERDALE CLUB Given for Benefit of Denton Church ki Brooklyn, New Hampton, Augr. 5.--The committees for the carnival at the Riverdale Club house today for the benefit of the church, are as follows: Chairman--Mrs. H. Greenleaf. Sports--Sydney Soons. Candy Committee--Sara Horan, Kathryn Doremus, Isabel Larkin. Fanr-y Articles--Mrs. Soone and Mrs. Davis. Entertainment--Kathryn Doremus Supper--Mrs. E. E. Wood, Mrs Toran, Mrs. J. Ryerson, Mrs. E \ Doremus, Mrs. Proberi, Mrs. Owen' Irs. Naser, Mrs. Mabee, Miss Wlok- am, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. E. Larkin-and The supper will be. served from 6 to 9 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. -William Lattiner are rejoicing over the birth of a bafcy boy Herbert Creeden, -of Greenwood, N J., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Creeden, of this village. A great many berry .pickers u, seen in this section as 'blackberrie are very plentiful. There will bo services In the churcl next Sunday, conducted by Rev. MT Essick. Sunday school as usual. Frajnces Wlckham,, of Panama, hai returned from Easton and wjll spenc the remainder of the summer with he aunt, Mrs. J. C. "Mckham. SOCiMl-lST MEETING. Mrs. Mary G. Schonberg win spea on Franklin 'Square Friday evenin August C, at 8 o'clock. Subject 'Women's Suffrage." Mrs. Schonberg is a public schoc :eacher of New Tork city and is d voting her vacation to furthering th cause ot women's suffrage. BENEFIT CARD PARTY. ,A'' card'' party for the benefit of th JfosKen and'"Middletown Convalesces Home will'be held at the home of Mi and Mrs Harry Bull, of Campbel Hall Monday afternoon, August" 9 a :30 o'clock. Tickets 35 cents. All 'ar uruially Invited. · TV, xT , j. ,- ..one and marks an To give a complete list of the visl- kory"jf-Idle Hour Inn. imposeibil- -The quests enjoy* the links of the MV »,,* ~ » T ~ : " . -"Sr·"""."" *" esent ar e: Monroe Golf Club, as well as the ·n £1 i?f ^' Moore, Jr., more active sports of tennii KrnoSSJ'- ittf'.t 11 ^ 11 "-; 3 " £ ^' Palne ' mhl K an d fining-. A. Round ] \^^«*SStt B Wrfeley New Tnrk- Mr «»,,; i ir Kt. H.UUUUIH. 01 me closeness or TO OCCUPY PULPIT. Rev. L. D. Tyler, of this :ity, -will occupy the pulpit of the Methodist Church, AVashin^tonvIlle, Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Tyler is a ocal preacher in St. Paul's Church. "Cense of New York's Adjfaes." Hotel Continental BROADWAY at 41«t ST. 1SHEW YORK 300 Rooms with Private Baths Rates. $1.80. 92.0(1 »2.!0, $3.00. Rooms with bath, SOc. additional for each extra pen on la a room. H..S. DUNCAN, SURPRISED BY HIS CLASS OF YOUNG MEN Prof. HaijfhtTof Warwick, Has Visit Warwick, Aug. 5--Prof. Clifford L. aight, principal of Warwick High School and superintendent of the Methodist Sunday School, who is spending his vacation with his parents, in Fishlcill Village, was given a surprise Sunday, when his Sunday school class visited him Those ia the class are Harry Givoans, Jesse E Terwilliger, James H. Shimer, H. TV Springer and Everett Faulls. Mr. Halght took charge of his class, as usual, and took the men to the Snn day school, which he attended, when a boy. After luncheon at Mr. Haighr'3 home, the party, including Mi Halght, visited Camp Whitman, and saw the breaking up of camp by the MISS MOORE WEDS ENSIGN OF U. S. NAVY AT MINISINK HOME Becomes Bride of Zeno Waterbury Wicks at Military Wedding August 2 A small but very pretty and im presslve military wedding occurred at the spacious/ home of former Supervisor and Mrs. Perry VanNess Moore. Minisink, August 2. at high noon when their elder daughter, Lulu :rene, became the wife of Ensign Zeno Waterbury Wicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wicks, of Crystal Run. The bride looked beautiful, gowned n pearl -white charraeuse satin trimmed with chantilla lace and wore a ell -draped with orange 1 blossoms, and carrying a shower bouquet of white sweet peas. She was given away by her father and attended by ler sisMr.' Miss lima, as maid of State.. militia. They returned home honor, was -gowned in yellow via Orange Lake and Walden. The de chine lace, trimmed and carrie-l re P° rt a fine time. a bouquet of sunburst roses. Miss David Burr, machinist in the L. Beatrice Totn, of Port Jervis as H. round house, Injured his left foo ' " " quite severely Friday, when a heavi bar of steel fell on It GO TO "SAN FRANCISCO' 3m Sfes George Jones, an employe in the L H. car shops, had his logs severely injured, while at work the other day John E. Berry is seriously ill. Lewis Stage and family are camp ing at Wawayandfc Lake. The Heart nnd Hand Society of the Reformed Church was to have held a picnic Tuesday afternoon on Demorest Hill, but it was held in the church On account of the stormy weather. Mrs. Frank Kilbride and child left tov.-n Mondaj for a month's visit with relatives at Amsterdam. Mrs. Jacob W. Curr*n, of Walden 1 is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Tit- 1 tamer at the Y. M. C \ M mm 9^ "*· Jt i m ON A TIMES-PRESS SPECIAL LEAVING every two weeks during the summer Tour C-- 27-Day Trip Including Fares, Berth, and Hotel Accomodations Enroute. REV. B. E. SMITH AT UNIONV1LLE Occupies Pulpit of the Presbyterian Church Unlonvllle, Aug. 5--Rev. B. E. Smitb of Middletown, preached an able ser mon in the-Presbyterian Church op Sunday morning. Next Sunday morr- ing he will preach to the young m»r and all young men and old" ones too are cordially invited. 'Tis his request that the ··Billy" Sunday hymns be sung and anyone having a "Billy" ; Sunday singing book will please bring It along. Sunday school at the usua nour. Preaching at Mt_ Salem at 2 o'clock Sunday. Rev. Mr. Powell, of Sussex, preach ed in the Wolf Pit school house 01. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs Nathaniel Van Sickle Mr. and Mrs Walter Van Sickle ana daughter, Maud, motored to Kingston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Halliday spent Sundaj with Bayonne friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond and family, accompanied by Joe Wester, Jr., motored to Blairstown, N. J., Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cortrlght, Misses Kate and Hattie Cortright and Howard Clark took an auto trip t'. Port Jervls Sunday. Miss Ada Timbrell has been on the plcft list the past week. Mra. F. E. Myers received a letter from her brother, Percy Davenport, last week, She has been in Alaska for 17 years. It was the first he haa been heard from in four years, an-1 naturally his friends were delighted to hear from him. bridesmaid, wore white taffeta with lace over drapery and carried sun burst roses. The groom was attend ed by Ensign Frank J. Cunneen of i. Y SLATE HILL. Slate Hill. Aug. 5--The annual picnic of the M. El Sunday schools will be hold in Dewltt Smith's grove. Service In the chapel next Sunday" evening, August 8. Pastor, Rev. i:, Conklln. Everybody welcome Mrs. Adley Harden, of Sussex, sp«nt the week-end visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Snyder, of M11- dletown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Snyder. the U. S. S. Minnesota. The groom and best man wore their dress uniform of white and gold. The Lohengrin wedding march was played by Miss E. Dorothy Schattelea, of New York city, an intimate friend of the bride. Chester LeVere, of Brootlyn, a frier d of the groom, pleasingly entertained the guests by rendering "Oh! Promlso Me," "The Lotus Flower," and "I hear a thrush at eve," accompanied by Miss Schatteles. The ring ceremony was ImpreBs- Ively performed by the bride's pastor Rev. R-ush W. Lake, under a wedding bell.- The color scheme, -white and gold, was carried out in the decorations. The wedding breakfast was prepared by Caterer Charleton of Port Jer- vls, and served by her assistants The bridal party was seated at a table In the dining room, the guests being- grouped throughout the var IOUB rooms and at the close of the festivities the bride arose and gracefully out the bride'e cake with the groom's sword. The ushers were Clyde Wehnor and Guy Moore. The bride is a grad uate of Port Jervls High School, class Of '13 and'Training class, '14, and is an accomplished and pouter 1 vounE lady. Tbe numerous gifts testify the high esteem in which th c young couple are regarded. Guests were present from New York, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Yonkers, Middletown and Port Jervis. The wedding trip will take In ail points of interest until the Great Lakes have been reached where the groom hag been assigned a very responsible position. Thc bride's traveling :,ult was of navy blue taffeta with bat to match The happy couple departed amid a shower of rice and bast wishes. MARRIED MEN And those past MIDDLE LIFE; you have got to SAVE in SELF DEFENSE, and should be busy RIGHT NOW DEPOSITING your MONEY in the MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK to PROTECT YOURSELF and FAMILY against SICKNESS and MISFORTUNE that may come any day, without your INVITATION or CONSENT Interest at the rate of 4 per cent. ha 9 just been declared for the' *ix months ending June 30th. Depo.its made on or before the 10th of January and July, and on or before the 3rd of aH other months, will draw interest from the first of those months respectively. GEORGE A. SWAYZE, President HAROLD B. WOODWARD, Sec'y and Treas. THEATRICAL The Arab. The Jesse L. Laky Feature Play Co. 1ms selected a cast of extraordinary excellence to support Edgar Selwyn, the famous Broadway star in the plcturization of bis own drama "The Arab" which will be seen at the Stratton this evening. This company includes Theodore Roberts, in the highly important role of the Turkish Governor. Others in the company are such famous Lasky favorites as Hor- ODELL HOSPITAL INCIPIENT WARD Plan Considered at Session of Trustees Newburgh, Aug. 5-^-Wedneaday, the trustees of the Odell Memorial Tuberculosis Sanitarium met at the hospital. After the transaction of routine business, the principal sub-1 ject considered was the proposition to add an Incipient hospital to the plant. Two plans have been suggested for this--one, to erect hospital buildings on the lands adjoining the present buildings, the other to purchase about 25 acres of land on the opposite side of_ the highway on the west side of West street, known as the Hunter farm, an option on wbich has beec eecured. In any event, whether on the one tract or on tbe other, If will be necessary to go before the Board of Supervisors for the funds nece.:, sary to secure tbe construction of th» building. It is argued that it may not be wises to have the sections for Incipient aud advanced cases of tuberculosis so near each other as would be required If the present hospital site is alone utilized, and in advancing the claims for the Hunter tract it is shown that the land Is of a. good quality of tillable soil and could be worked to advantage in raising vegetables for the hospital table, giving the incipients the outdoor exercise is so necessary for their physical improvement. The matter is in the hand", of a committee who are to present it at the proper time to the Board of Supervisors. Prices that stand the test of comparison Workmanship that stands the test of time STARTUP KNIGHT'S August Furniture Sale Commences Monday, August 2nd and Closes Saturday, August 14th PARTICULAR emphasis is placed on the fact that in pnrchasing- furniture at this store you are told exactly what you buy, and that the so-called trade terms are explained. For instance, 'MA- MAHOGANY" means Veneer, _^ 5" stained to resemble mahogany MAHOGANY means made entirely of mahogany! ''SOLID MAHOGANY" means made of solid pieces of mahogany the same rule applying with Oak, Circassian Walnut, Cherry or any other wood. «wi*u A few only of the many reductions are mentioned be- ·low. A Saving of 10% to 50% on every piece of Furniture in our store. Refrigerators Reduced 25% WRITER DROWNED AT WAWAYANDA East Orange, N. J., Aug. 5.--'Edward Van Valkenbi.rgh, 2-5, a writer for magazines and newspapers, was drowned at the New Jersey Y. M. C. A. camp at Wawayanda, according to a statement Issued today in this city by the young man's father, Willis Van Valkenburgh, I0i Chestnut street, who ace B. Carpenter. Milton Brown Blllv v a ' K e n D u rgn. I0t Chestnut street, who Elm,}r. Sydney Deane, Gertrude Rob n 8e ?* tw ,° * v «« «n search for the body, son and Park Jones. Many of i ^ , a1 ? uv '»lfcenburgh want to the camp . ,, .. m , *t*«j ui Llie T a c t Thnycrlot- o ^ ^ -n. *~ i--ii * . .. scenes of "The Arab" were taken in the heart of the great American desert This has resulted in an amazing realism, and people who have the good fortune to witness this production may veritably believe themselves to be transported across the seas into the land where the enmity between Christian and Turk is a source of continual danger and such events as those in this thrilling play actually narmen from time to time. Unusual vaudeville features will be given tonight "Had! Bon N'assar Troupe of Arabian Whirl winds of the Desert" in a series of dangerous and death defying g\mna3 tic feats. This is claimed to be the most wonderful act of its kind m the world. Mlntz and Palmer offer a bright and snappy sintfng and talkintr offering. Excellent music b the Lad es' Orchestra will also be an extra feature of our show. Ten cents la all we charge for admission to see this the best show in the state. Tomorrow Dorothy Donnelly, late star of "Mad am /L X ' J" 1 "^ 8 8ee ? in a P ict «rizat!on of the absorbing tale "Sealed Vallev ·· --Advertisement;. vauej. last Thursday and it is believed went nlone in the lake to swim. $4,665,569 IS VALUE OF FLAGLER ESTATE New York. Aug. 5.--The annual accounting of Andrew Freedman as committee of the property of Mrs. Ida M. Flagler, divorced wife of Henry 3VI. Flagler, was flled in the Supreme Court yesterday. The accounting states that the present value of the property is $4.665,569, consisting chiefly of securities, which is an Increase of $185,549 over last year. The income the past year was $219,818, and the amount of Income unexpended was $85,606. Mrs. Flagler Is In the sanitarium of Dr. Carlos F. Macdonald at Central Valley, N. Y. Solid Mahogany Dining- room Suite, consisting of 8 pieces, regular price $125, August sale price $75.00 Mahogany Dresser and Chiffonier. Regular price $55. August sale price $42.50 Porch Furniture reduced 33 per cent, consisting of Eockers, Chairs, Couch Hammocks and Swings. Early English Dining- room Suite, consisting of 9 pieces, regular price $200. August sale price $150 Mahogany Dresser and Chiffonier. .Regular price $51.50: August sale, price $40.00 Bedroom Suites reduced, Parlor Suites--, reduced, Livingroom Suites % reduced, Library Sets reduced.- Visit our store during this August Sale and see what the Red Tags say. Startup Knight 36-38 North Street MR. B R O W N E H E R E . Harrison Browne, the song writer, vlll spend several weeks in this sec- ion on account of ill health. Mr. irowne intends to remain long enough o tnkp in the Orange ·County Pair and uso to visit relatives m the city. Designs that ·tand the teat of ta»te Complete Home Furnishers Values that stand alone. We invite comparison »rtf^

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