Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York on February 13, 1918 · Page 3
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Binghamton, New York
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Wednesday, February 13, 1918
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THE BINCIHAMTON PRESS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1918 3 ATHENS CHARGE2 WITH CIRCULATION OF Albert Russell and Herbert Jones, Arrested in Sayre, Are Held for Examination POLICE CLAIM CONFESSION Sayre, I"teb. 13. Albert Russell, ,-igpd 32 years, of North Elmer avenue, Sayre, and Herbert Jones, aged :j0 years of Thomas street, Waverly, are said to have admitted passin? and Belling counterfeit coins, when fu-raipned yesterday before Justice ot -.he Peace Frank E. Wood of Sayre. Hussell is held under $1,000 ball and Jones under $500 for further appearance. Uoth were taken to Towanda county Jail this morning by Constable Fred Seager. During the last two months quarters of Canadian Issue of 1916 and 50-cent pieces of United States issue ot 1 907 have been passed In Waverly. Ml coins In the possession of the police except one half dollar of 1U0G issue are poor specimens. Jones, It is said, passed a ha.'f dollar over the bar of a local saloon on Saturday. The proprietor, Richard V. Connelley, thought It counterfeit, whereupon Jones is Raid to have puled out a handful of similar coins and displayed them. James Lynch of Clark street, Waverly, claims he Induced Jones to sell him several of the coins for 50 cents, j With these. Lynch came to Waverly and turned it over to Officer Frank V, Clohessy. Work on the case was continued over Sunday and Monday, but no tangible evidence was obtained. Monday night Officer Clohessy feared that the affair might become known and Jones and Russell would leave town. He accordingly arranged with Sayre officers to close up the case. While Clohessy went to Sayre to confer with Constable Fred Seager and Officer S. K. Evans, Officer James Shaw and- Constable Archie Howell took Jones to the W.avcrly Town Hall. Jones professed Innocence of the affair at first and alleged that the money was passed to him by Francis Mahoney or James Lynch. Mahoney was summoned and in convincing: the police of his innocence, told of the association of Jones and RusseU. This information led to the an est of Russell about 2 o'clock yesterday morning. When first examined Russell insisted that he did not know Jones, but later is said by the police to have admitted furnishing Jones with spurious coin. ' APDRKSS BY MRS. nARRIS. Sayie, Feb. IS. Miss Alva Harris of the Robert Packer Hospital staff talkd on "Domestic Science" to members of the Home and School league In the High School auditorium yesterday afternoon. BAINBRIDGE SUFFERS FROM LACK OF COAL Bainbrldge! Feb. 13. This is the third week that the Bainbrldge High School is forced to remain closed on account of the fuel shortage. While the coal dealers have a limited amount of coal on hand, they are obliged to supply the residences first, and there is hardly enough for them. The W. C. T. U. held its annual Frances Willard memorial Tuesday evening, at the home of Mrs. Frank M. Richards. Mrs. Lee Herrick has gone to Horseheads to join her husband, who accepted a position there three weeks "go. " G. E. Prince has returned from Norwich where he went last week on business , " Mrs. Leland Van Etten has returned from Syracuse, where she was the guest of her brother, Fred L. North-rup, who has just left mor Fort Slo-rura. Mr. Northrup has enlisted in the U. S. Army. Benjamin Sullivan has returned to Binghamton. Mrs. O. B. Ireland has left for North Blenheim to spmd the remainder of the Winter with her son. Francis Fuller has been spending a few days In Binghamton visiting his brother. The funeral of Mrs. George Dana was held Sunday afternoon at her lute home on the ItennettsviUo road, and the body waa placed in the vault of the Bainbrldge cemetery. Rev. lientv I). Smith had charge of the services. lj. R. Booth ha returned from a tmrine trln in P.lnirhfcmton. Charles W. Ireland has returned from Binghamton. where he attended the auto"mobile rhow. SEVEN PUPILS HAVE PERFECT ATTENDANCE sanitaria fcnrinir. Irb. 3. The graded school pupils having perfect attendance for the month of January were; Richard Chrlstman, Paul Detbler. Hiram Goff. Leo Kadlan Mfrschal Strawn. Donaid Winters and Christine Deahler Miss Anna Sullivan returned to her '"rk In Johnson City Tuesday inorn-'g after spending the past two weeks t her home on account of ill health. The Red Cross met at the home of vrs. Klla names' Saturday afternoon. Three new momheri were taken Into the Red Cross, giving the village R total of 79 members. The new members are Mrs. S. A. Parsons. Mrs. Fan-l Shaw and Mrs. Harry Barnes. Saturday, Feb. 16, they are to meet at 'he home of Mrs. 8. A. Parsons for work. , Mrs. Lee Rivers and Miss Vivian "oleomh attended the address given 'n the H!gh School Auditorium, Bing-Imton, Frldny, by Mrs. Allca Dynes Feuling. . Guy Reynolds, who hat been very 'l, Is slowly Improving, Francis Kadlan called on hi sister, Ethel Kadian, in Binghamton "turdajr. Miss Kadlan Is confined to the house by measles. r. and Mrs. Se-?lev Hsrger of 'yfirhamton called at the home of ,M;s. Harger a brother, 11. E. Odcll, unday. COUNTERFEITS WAVERLY PRESBYTERIANS WILL INSTALL NEW PASTOR Rev, S, R, Diehl Takes Up His New Duties in Sayre Sayre. rb. 13. Rev. S. R. Diehl of Hawley, Pa., will accept the pastorate of the First Presbyterian Church of Sayre on Thursday evening, when installation services will be held at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Fred Snlteher of Wyalusln? will preside, while Rev. M. L. Cook or Wyaluslng will read from Scripture. Rev. W. It. Sawtelle of Scranton. formerly of Athens, and Itav. David 71. iivans, pastor of tha Athens Presbyterian Church, will also participate. Rev. Diehl succeeds Rev. S. Wilmer Beitler, who resigned the local church in the Fall. He was born at Cash-town, Adams county, Pennsylvania, in 1892. Ho graduated from Pennsylvania State College in 1913 and finished the Princeton Theological Seminary in 1916. HONORABLY DISCHARGED FROM ARMY SERVICE Sayre, Fob. 13. Dr. T. BenJ. Johnson Jr. of Towanda, has been honorably discharged from service In the United States Army. " Dr. Johnson was commissioned first lieutenant in the Medical Corps of the Army last Summer. He will re-sumo practice in Towanda. Dr. Johnson is a brother to Mrs. John H. Murray of Pennsylvania avenue, Waverly. He was for some time interne at the Robert Packer hospital. Hi NORWICH NORWICH PAILS TO GET MEW INDUSTRY Universal Aircraft Construction Co, Had Thought Favorably of Locatingjhere . Xorwlch, Feb. 13. The Universal Aircraft Construction Company whose representative visited this city several weeks ago, and who through the Norwich Chamber of Commerce obtained an option on the Scott Lumber Company buildings for the location of their factory, has again been heard from, and this time to the effect that the company will not locate in Norwich. The information came in a letter to William H. Dunne, president of the Chamber of Commerce, from T. R. Roche of New York. When Mr. Dunne was In New York a short time ago he called on Mr. Roche, who is secretary of the .Universal Aaircraft Construction Company, and at that time things looked favorable for the location of the fac-. tory at Norwich, and the receipt of the above letter was the first intimation to the contrary. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NOTES OF HALLSTEAD Ilallstead. Feb. 13. Miss Florence Decker of Endicott spent Sunday with her parents In this place. The Misses Anna Allen, jsina cnno, Lillian Tierney and Edith Knoellor went to Wilkesbarre Friday evening, to take a civil service examinaton. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Beaven of Wndsor were guests of their cousin, H. Lynn Bennett Sunday. Philo Bennett of Windsor Is the guest of his son, H. Lynn Bennett. Cards are out announcing me mar riage of Miss Iva Chldester to Floyd Pritchard. to occur on Feb. 20. Mrs. Mary VanLoan of Johnson City was a week-end visitor at the hjme of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Travis. James Fish, who is 88 years old, has gone to visit Earl Tiffany of Mountain Vallev, and his wife is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bert Aldrich, at Vestal. Mrs. J.ou Mills of Endicott called on Mrs. Etlle Ingraham last week. Miss Loretta Donovan spent Sunday with her sister in Binghamton. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mooney, Saturday, Feb. 9, a boy. A "crazv" social will be held at the home of Paul and Roland Stockholm at White Lake Farms. Saturday even ing, the proceeds to purchase books for the school. ' Fred Chirtester Is at his home on DuBols ftreet. until after his sister, MIbs lva, is married on Feb. 20. LIEUTENANT YOUMANS VISITS IN UNADILLA 1'nadilln. Fob. 13. Lieutenant Ray S Yowmans nrrlved home on a two da-'S' furlough Saturday. He has been stationed at Camp Devens. Mass., but recentlv was assigned to Camp Upton, I. I. the latter location being 65 miles fmm New York City. Lieutenant ou msns thinks he will soon be on his wsv "Over There." Deposit High School boys defeatei Unadilla boys at basketball Friday" evening by a score of 43 to 13. After the game a few hours' daucing were enfoyed. n Wednesday evening the Woman's Club held a "Plantation Party" Pt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis J. Topllff. Several. of the ladles donned black masks, dressed like colored mammies and sang plantation melodies in true style. Rev. Yale Lyon left Friday morning for New York City to orfer his services to tho Church War Commission for three months for voluntary chap-lninrv. The vestry of St. Slathew's church voted their rector a thretJ month's loavc of absence. SAYRE HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS HOLD UNIQUE PARTY Waverly, Feb, 13 Young people of the Waverly High School who attended the MSirdi Graa celebration at the High School gymnasium last night for the Girls' Athletic Association report a big success. Miss Margaret Drobnyk as Columbia was queen of the fete while Paul Gillan posed as t'nele Sam. Ladles In waiting were Miss Bertha Barrows, as England Miss Mary Redington, as France; Miss Helen Roberts, Italy; Ruth Pike, China; Sellie Farley, Japan, and Miss Emogene Howard, L Court jesters were James M. Kennedy and Mervin La Rue. Their followers were Floyd Landon. Robert Paasmore, Joseph McN'aniara. Kenneth Crandeil, Romaine Knapp, Edward Sutherland, William Cowelt and Frisbee Howard. Miss Maude Barnes and Miss Mary O'Farrell had charge of the affaiy. Prizes were won as follows: 100-yard dash Kenneth Hovey Bhot put Louise Riley and Gladys Walch; milo relay Kathleen Boll: standing broad jump Edward Sutherland; horse race Meryin La Rue. DEMANDS $30,000 FOR DEATH OF HUSBAND Waverly. Fob. 13. The case of Mrs. Klla Hart, us sole administratrix of the estate of James Hart, against the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company was begun In Chemung County Court at Elmira yesterday afternoon. James Hart was killed Sept. 29, 191 G, in the Sayre yards. The action Is to recover $30,000 for his death. Ml SMALL DAMAGE BY FIRE IN NORWICH Norwich,"" Feb. 13. Slight damage was done late yesterday morning by a fire In the house at 9 Silver street occupied by S. E. Sixberry and owned by W. D. Southworth. The fire start ed In a pile of waste under the cellar stairs. When discovered it had burn ed up through the partition to the second floor, the heat being sufficient to melt the lead pipes in the bath room. The damage which was large ly from smoke, was covered by in surance. Mrs. Carrie L. Harrington died nt the home of her son at 20 Combes street, on Tuesday morning, age 72 years. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev, H. R. McMillan, pastor of .the First Baptist Church, officiating. The body will be placed in the Mt. Hope cemetery vault awaiting burial in the Sherburne West Hill cemetery In the Spring. William H. Mein who has been In the employ of B. H. Cheydleur the North Broad street Jeweler for the past 14 years has resigned and $n the first of March will move to the Boyde farm four miles east of Norwich. For the past two years he has been man aging the farm in connection with his store work. Frank Follett of King Settlement was operated upon at the Norwich hospital Monday for appendicitis by Dr. T. F. Manley. Rev. E. O. Fuller of Afton was a guert at the home of . T. Tanner Tuesday while attending the Minis terral Association meeting. Mr. Fuller went to Oxford in the evening where he assisted In the evangelistic services which are being held in the Baptist church at that place. Rev. E. R. Briggs of Otego Is the guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Walworth on Conkey avenue. . G. Stanley Fisher has been called to Denver, Colorado, by the serious illness of his brother, Lloyd Fisher, who went there about three years ago because or ill. health. EXAMINING BOARD LOOKS OVER 9 MEN Norwich, Feb. 13. The Chenango county examining board convened again today at the Court House to puss upon those draft registrants who were unable to reach Norwich last week on account of bad roads and few who failed to receive notice In time to appear. Only nine were pres ent. Ralph A. Arnold was the only (no who passed the examlr ation. The others were referred to the medlca xamlning board at Blnghaniton: Ivan E. Christian, Clifton M. Crandall Arthur T. Klrby, Cecil Marks, Leon H Iamb. James Lewis, Earl Spaulding, trd Frank Phillips. CALLED TO SISTER'S BEDSIDE. South Montrose. Feb. 13. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Caddcn of Syracuse have been called to the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Sullivan, who Is seriously 111 with pneumonia. RESORTS. BiiiiminnuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiuiitU !EULENI gg Welkins, N. On Sen Lake S S3 S A Mineral Springs Health e Kesort and Kctei e jE Winter Condition! for Tdkinf tht 5 S "Curt" Especuliy Desirable 5 S The nty plao In Amarloa S where the Nauheim Bat ha lor jf s Heart and Circulatory Dlaor. jjj dera are given with a Natural S E Calcium Chloride Brine. NO SHORTAGE OF FUEL. 5 Our cum Heating and Lighting 5 5 Plant is supplied with abun- 5 5 dance of Natural Gas from E our own wells. 5 S StndforiUuttraUdBooUtt 5 KUUUIIIIUlUIIilUIUIllllltHIIIIIIIIIHllM OWEQO CLAIIVl PRESSURE OF ITER IS LOU Ow'ego Fire Authorities Take Complaint Before Village Board of Trustees Owego, Feb. 13. At the regular meeting of the Board of Village Trus ses Fire Chief Truman and First As sistant Briggs asked the boird to take i'P with the Owego Water Works Company the matter of low water pressure In the village for fire fighting. ' The matter of amending the village charter was considered. The committee appointed to report upon the advisability of such anient; ments reported through Mr. Marvin that a bill Co introduced in the Assembly per mitting the submission to the electors of the village the Question or bonding the vl'.lage in the sum of $18,000 for (he purposes of paying oft the, past indebtedness of the village. It also recommended the amend ment to the charter allowing the polls lor the charter election of the village to open at 6 a. m. and close at 6 p. m., instead of being open from 9 a, in. until 2 p, m., as at the present time. A general revision of the village charter was also recommended. BROKEN TRUCK CAUSES FREIGHT WRECK ON ERIE Owego, Fob. 13, '-Some time Mon day night a truck under a freight car on the Eric railroad broke as the train, westbound, was passing the Sawyer bridge, across a small stream two miles east of the Erie station, and derailed from 12 to 15 cars. The wreck did not cause loss of life or In- Jury, but it blocked the westbound track so that all the traffic used the eastbound track for the day. Wreck ers were here all day at work, and things are smoothed out. OWEGO ACADEMY HOLDS EXERCISES FOR LINCOLN Owcjio, ten. 13. Exercises were conducted at the Academy yesterday afternoon in observance of Lincoln's birthday. Village Attorney Benjam In W. Loring delivered an address and read Lincoln's Gettysburgh ad dress; the students sang patriotic songs and remarks were made by several members of the Grand Army of the Republic, among whom were Past Commanders Asa S. Noble, J. DeWilt DeGroat, Samuel H. Souders and Na than W. (iasklll. The occasion waa an enjoyable ene and waa partlclpat ed in by a large number. On Washington's birthday these Grand Army comradoB will visit tho Central grade school and deliver pa triotlc addresses, and there will be other exorcises in which the childfon will take part. PLA STAG PARTY. The regular meeting of the A. O. K. of M. C. will be held this evening at 8 o'clock in tho lodge rooms, 33 Court street. After a short business meeting the members will hold a stag party and smoker. Every member is urged to attend this meeting and bring a friend. , Instant relief from nerve torture and misery with old "St. Jacobs Liniment" Rub this soothing, penetrating liniment right into the sore, inil ned nerves, and like magic neuralgia disappears. "St. Jacobs Liniment" conquers pain. It Is a harmless "neuralgia relief" which doesn't burn or discolor the skin. - Don't suffer! It's so needless. Get a small trial bottle from any drug store and gently rub the "aching nerves" and in Just a moment you will be absolutely free from pain and suffering. No difference whether your pain or neuralgia is in the face, head or any part of the body, you get Instant relief with this old-time, honest pain destroyer It can not Injure. Advertisement. Special Attention given to long hauling. Household goods moved, stored and crated. Pianos packed and plsioo boxes for sale. JOHN B. SOUTHEE StorehoaM. 17S State St. A PRESS WANT AD Will and a for YOlll huyer motor A CKT A WOlin Phone 980 STOP PAIN! RUB NEURALGIA MY JL MISS CLARA MUZZEY WEDS ARTHUR A. BRAY Owobo, Feb. 13. Miss Clara Sax on of this village, daughter of Td- wird Saxton, who for many years was in charge of bridge work on the Erlo railroad's branch south ot Susque hanna, was married Tuesday morning o Arthur Allan Uray of Brooklyn ut Elkland, Md. Miss Laura Cameron of this village accompanied MitiS Muzzy o Elk laud on Monday. Mr. Hray If soldiers and their future pluns are not well decided upon as yet. Mrs. BraVls a popular young lady, and her many friends wish the young couple good luck. Carl Kellenger of Blnghaniton, formerly of this village, was in town TusdHv. William II. Thomas, who. spent a few days at his home on'Talcott street, has returned to Albany, where he has charge of the Senate wrapping department. The steam Are engine was on duty today thawing out frozen catch basins n the sewer system. Former Fire Chief Arthur E. Kent wr:s in town from Elmira on Tuesday. Ivan C. Purple, editor of the TioKa County Herald, wns In town from Newark Valley on Tuesday. Miss Margaret Luckings, a senior In Cornell University, was in town for the week-end, the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Charles u. Woodford. Main street Ray M. Colby today attends the meeting of the executive committee of the National Trotting Association, of which ne is a member, in New York City. Tomorrow ho visits Phlladel phia and on Friday he expects to ru turn home. OWEGO FIREMEN HOLD CLOSE BOWLING MATCH Owego, Feb. 13. The bowllni match between the boys from the two tire companies. Susquehanna Hose No and Hiawatha Chemicals 4. Mon day evening was a close one and was the most remarkable so far in the tournament. No. 1 won the first game, 727 to 706, won the second, 766 to 763 and lost the third. 692 to 979. No. 1 played seven men and No. only five. Bartholomew for No. 1 had high game, 228; high average, 195, and for No. 4, A. Brougham had high game, 215, and high average. 179. The big basketball game between the Ithaca "Imps" and the O. S. S. A., fives tonight promises great sport. and will be followed by dancing. The Joy Recipe I ' . Take Cascarets Regulate liver and bowels, and sweeten the stomach spend 10 cents and see Enjoy life! Straighten up. Tour system is filled with an accumulation of bile and bowel poison which keeps you bilious, headachy, dizzy, tongue coaled, breath bad and stomach sour Why don't you get a 10-cent box of Cascarets at the drug store and feel fine Take Cascarets tonight and en-Joy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced (live Cascarets to children also, they taste like candy Never gripe, but never fail. Sick, bilious children love to take this laxative. Advertisement. IRA A. SWEET rhACTICAL BOXF. BETTER. Oneonta, Windsor Hotel) Saturday, March 2; Binghamton, Lewis House, Monday, March 4; Eagle Hotel, Norwich, Tuesday, March i. MiiEttTV noxn ArrEPTUi. And the different- rrtnraril to yon In rah, on all rlothlnic for men, women anil rhllilren pur-r limed at thla afore. JO. VI LIT Kit. 7 and f fOI'MT T. A. B. ROVER Electrical Engineer and Contractor 146 STATE STREET BINGIIA1ITO!, N. Y. "Nothing Goes But 1 aV W M mM ..V'ri I mm A PLAYER The man who plays it Those who listen to ik Those who dance to Those who sing with Everyone can play the "If Safe to Go Where J,TMR5n n m tk urn rtnnr-i irtTimti in m n i mWiiii nn" rrn T TAKES UP WAR WORK AT NEWPORT NEWS John A, Edwards, Becomes Secretary of Y, M. C, A. Whitney Point, Fob. 13. John A. Edwards left Monday for Newport News. Virginia, where he will be engaged as secretary of the Y, M. C. A. work at that camp. Mr. Edwards was master of the local patrol of Boy Scouts and has long been interested in work of this sort. He is also Master of the local order of Masons and has been prominent in all affairs relating to the welfare of the community. About 20 of the friends of Miss Vera E. Cortrlght gave her a pleas ant surprise party at her home in 119th street Friday evening. Games and music were enjoyed by those present. A sleigh load of young people from this village attended a donation for Itev. Clarence W. Carter in the Grange Hall at Triangle) Friday evening. Mrs. G. C. Hverm'ore entertained a elelgh-load of members of the Ot-sello Rebekah Lodge to a chicken pie dinner last Friday. The Junior Class of the High School held a banquet in the High School auditorium Monday evening in honor of the Senior Class. Miss Rose McGinnls, who teaches in the Wilson district at Triangle, was Stomach Upset? Stop Indigestion, Gases, Sourness-Pape's Diapepsin Instant Relief I Neutralize stomach acidity and stop dyspepsia, pain, heartburn, belching. Try it! Wonder what upset your stomach 1 which portion of the food did the damage do you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach is in a revolt; if sick, gassy and upset, and what you Just ute has fermented and turned sour: head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acids and eructate undigested food; breath foul, tongue coated Just take a little Pape's Diapepsin to help neutralize acidity and in five minutes you wonder what became of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women today fctufaWforitl (TV? V JX READY 10 Firee To the Farm Boys or Girls under 1G years of age who submit the best essay on the subject of how the Dealer in Farm Implements and Supplies can best help the farmer to raise bumper crops in 1918. ' ' First Prize $5.00 Second Prize .... 2.50 Third Prize .... 1.50 Fourth Prize ... . 1.00 Essays to be mailed to us or handed in not later than 3 p. m. Saturday, February 23. Subject matter to count 75 per cent., composition and spelling, 15 per cent., neatness and legibility, 10 per cent. You can win one of these prizes. A. L. DAVIS' SON,Binghamton,N.Y. Annual Opening February 21-22-23 the Truth at Fowler's" 1 .' 1 LJ Bf A a. S-s 1-Tn.l-A-JHg We call It "Out Bps-cial" because of Its beautiful tone, beautiful case design, and bemuse of ita marvelous durability, . PIANO it it Player-Piano. the Crowd Goes" the week-end guest at the Denning home In Collins street Troopers Baldwin and Flynn of the State Constabulary are spending aoine time in this village. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cross or Binghamton spent the week-end with her parents here. ' H. D. Clinton and Phelon Sutphen of the Lestershlre Spool , Mfg. Co., spent Sunday at their respective homes. Miss Ruth Reagan spent a few days with Mrs. R. C. Scott the latter part of last week. FRANK B. SHORT DIES NEAR OWEGO Owego, Feb. IS. Frank P.. Short died at his home on Mutton Hill, Southslde, Monday. He was the son of Uriah and Anna (Nichols) Short, and was born on Mutton Hill, Feb. 10. 11 GO and had spent his lite In that vicinity. Besides his wife he is survived by five sons. Adelbert and Ray Short of Apalachin, Roy Short of Camp Dix. Lloyd and Lester Short living at home; two daughters, Mr?. Daisy Winter of Oneonta and Miss Edith Short Bt home, and two brothers, Uriah and Fred Short of Apalachin. Funeral at 2 p. m. Wednesday. Harold Ieo Thomas, the three months' old son of Harry W. Thomas of Campville, died Monday. Besides his parents he Is survived by one brother, Harry M. Thomas. The funeral was held on Tuesday and the burial wan in the Chenango Valley Cemetery, Binghamton. know that It Is needless to have dyspepsia. A little Diapepsin occasionally keeps the stomach sweetened and they eat their favorite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care ot your liberal limit without rebellion; If your food Is a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless relief is Pape's Din- , pepsin, which costs only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores, It s truly wonderful It stops fermentation and acidity and sets things straight, so gently and easily that it Is really astonishing. Advertisement. THE call-f or-it - and - send - it-back-promptly department of our laundry, service has made many friendly patrons for us. Our checking system eliminates errors and our expert employes handle your clothes with care. STEPHENSON THE WASH MAN Phone 1523 CMusi'cm the Home Vats Sunshine In the Heart $10 puts this superb player piano in your home as first payment. "OUR SPECIAL" Come in, we are "at your service," I'leaso do not feel under any obligation because you Just want to look. Rtac(.ll3immocK. - 7n$r.

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