Ilion Citizen, July 27, 1900, page 6
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What is It?
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A man who has been running a race
with steam and electricity foe-‘years,
-•—_r* rring new life to worn-otr: ZJEsrsrsssr.£ rich Hood tingling through every veil
>t and strengthen every nerve,
rhey hav2 rssc^rsi to the Paralytic the
l-.n~s: to the victims of Loccnc ;cr .^xs
“About ten years
a g o I began to have
trouble with my
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•Win. ConnoUy, of 535
Walnut Street, Lotus, “•*.••>-.;
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healthy by using
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STATUE OF GENERAL NICHOLAS M M
Designed by Mr. Burr C. Miller.
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is from a design submitted to the Monu- on the sides in memory of the soldiers
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ment Association for the soldier’s monu- from Herkimer who fought in th» war of -_ui&: z:_:’zz zzz.:iz?zzrz
the Revolution, the war of 1812 and the
^r^er be i a l i sz zze -.^ces -yi^rs r i s state azment and represents Gneral Nicholas Civil war. The estimated cost of the :z”t–=i
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sciocis t.” t i e stati – e ^ t r a i r 3j:i -s-^.; a r ° aot
of erecting a monument became public, today and will remain there until Friday.
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Mr. Burr C. Miller, a son of Senator
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became interested in the matter and
That newspaper football, the Herki- ?-;•% ~^s 2^1o^73d ~ r j n ^ l z 2-;^^: ~sei: i
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is reported that Geo. W. Nellis, the or- : Small colored .
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li: 3eriginal owner of the paper, is the latest
The model made by Mr. Miller is in
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piaster of paris, the figure is two and a purchaser, although this is denied by
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half feet high and is mounted on an ap Mr. Root, who declines to discloss the
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propriate pedestal of about the same name of his successor. The Record has -lr.. -.21-zczz^~
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changed Bands eight times during the
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At the request of those who haveaeen I twelve years of its existence. Mr. Beefe – . A S S ^ ^ U
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will be showTT for’aTew goesto Rochester where
-vhere^ many start a njrures. ^ y ” « » ** «««rt
days in the windows of H. G. Munger & job office. He has made he” wSl friends Co*
Co.’s store. Straagfly enough, there is is Herkimer and all will wish h i m last Monday’s prices,
however, did not fare so ‘
no picture of Gen Heikimer extant nor abundant success m his new field.
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: ^ . _ c ^ _ ^ . _ . • ” ” *.T ? does history decide his appearance. The
were 9c, to 8f 2 Is* Wsay
Golf Tournaasnt in the Woods.
figure is therefore entirely imaginary,
t -s i – i r e i r * t ~ ? – acccriiz^T
and yet one looks on it feeling that it
The committee of the Eagles Nest a change from a feas — st
t « r s c – ^ i i — Z T :jil=5^ or
most resemble the brave old warior.
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Golf club at blue Mouxtain Luke, an- large were in the lead abc
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Judge Geo. W. Smith, after contem- nounce their Tournament during the The export trade zzzz^ez
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plating the figure a long time said: “It week commencing August 1st to 7th, in- large ones likely to s o to’
continues to come i n gooc
is marvelous and satisfying. It fills tile i clusive, as follows:
-1. ^cci-c-r. t i ? 2u iscrliers.
are shrinking more than
eye. Both face and pose represent Gen. 1 Wednesday, August 1st—18 bote
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Herkimer as I imagine him to have medal play round for handsome prizes
a . : : r s i s « . . -: t.t» t^.i-rc
donated by the club for the t w o best ^ ^
—The cream of wheat*
In Gen. Herkimer we have the most scores. Winners will have the privi- ^””^
prominent rtpresentative of the rugged lege of playing against Vardon in a best
patrioti-mof Ihe men of our Mohawk ball match on the following day.
valley^He. was.a cool„ sagacious and de- j _ Tuesday,. August 2d. -Vardon exMbiv*/i*-**!!Z2?-n i l
termined fighter. No place has a greai-‘ tion. Playing against the best ball of 1 | ^ f Zm^’.”.
! er hero to honor or a name to be more the previous day’s winners.
proud of than Herkimer.
Fridav, August 3d.—Ladies’ day. frrsmaii colored .
Bancroft says: “It was ‘Herkimw hole medal play round. Handsome prize | ^ 0 Sored.
who’ in the optnfonpf Washington ‘first for_best gross score, first 1? to qualify Tw1j»^_wWte.. .^.. „
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A, ldlttry an3″ecbn6tny la one. HaXfis
reversed the gloomy scene’ of the.north- for 9 hole match play in the afternoon. Tw’ins, white..”….?: :-:
SSlfSit Dread and insures against
ern campaign. The hero of the Mohawk Prizes to thefirsttwo.
waste. Every wise woman .uses It;
Valley “served from love of country,
Saturday, August 4th.—36 hole handievery grocer selH It.
Butter—There were sales of far— k
not for reward. He did not want a con cap for gentlemen. Handicaps based on
I5J>OC Barrtis Made Dairy.
tinsntal command or money.’ Before attested scote cards. Prize for best gross butter today amounting to 27 packaj
and prices were 18 @19c.
Congress bad decided how to manifest score and best net scoiv.
their gratitude be died of his wound,
Monday, AURUS*. 6th.—Vardon exhiand they decreed him a monument.” bition with crack amateurs, to be anAlthough accused by some historians nounced later.
of making his march to Oriskany in a
Tuesday, August 7th.—Morning—LaILION M . Y .
loose and disorderly way. with no dies’ putting and approaching contest.
skirmishers out, it is generally conceded 3 distances.
Ladies driving competiand practically proyen_that the last few tion.
miles of the march were made against
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Afternoon—Mixed foursome putting
Herkimer’s best judgment and in spite and approaching contests. Gentlemen’s
of all his persuasions to the contrary. driving competion.
-.«i tbeir acc^wstfor:?. • He
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stepped before hw 'luastiufiid troop?and
• Sawsitri* Iks sstrspsu – :–_-8traw a»«,
' made them a short •peeca,—warning Shavings.
Boa. I. B. DxvEXDOKr. Surrotrste.
them that if they went on and tret the
In Surrogate's Court today the followenemy unexpectedly they wonld be the
Paragon Wall Plaster.
first to run, and their blood would be on ing business was transacted:
Custom Cfrinding a Specialty,'
their own boads. He finished by standAn order was entered assessing t38S.W
largest line of grass, clover and ing calmly before them ar.d calling 00 transfer tax against t h e e s t a g o f F B s m
l seeds in Herkimer county at the J any man who thought him s traitor to— LTeltuer. late of Manh
The last will and testament af Z~rv« prices. Call and be convinced stand out and'shoot him. This is the
moment and the attitude In which the Rbodes, late of Littie Falla was a d – TX Morgan.
to probate. Mary A. Rhode? – 1 – – sculptor represent? him.
Tbelast will and testament of MarThe people of this vicinity must not
forget that some of the most stirring and garet Christman, late of Ohio, admitted
important events of the Revolution were to probate, Augustus Cbrtetman execua
enacted in the Mohawk valley, the whole tor,
locality teems with histories 1 lore, inThe last will and testament of John H.
terestmg.Taot alone to historians, but to Morgan, late of the town o f F r a n k fort,
was admitted to probate, Charles MorJuly «.—1
Right here on Main street st old Fort gan and Ida J. Gray, executors.
Daytou the Tryon county, now Herki—Bert M
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some of bis work accepted for exhibition
P I S O S CURE FOR
at the Saton. the great art exhibit of the
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year in France, and entrance to which te Tke ORBBEK, New
Covaa Syra*. Taataa Oooo. TJss
by no means easy, as a large percentage IWM, Semi-Weekly A!
B t^rtl*. Sr*J by
of the work submitted for exhibition m Farm and Borne, all
rejected, Since his return to this coun- |S. 50.
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Sweet, Pure, fholesome
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Sykes I Hingre.
Phabn & Kiossner
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Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York
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