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From: "Bill Grummons" <>
Subject: [NYFL] Tioga County News
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2002 07:44:27 -0700
Nichols, Jan. 24. - Republican caucus will be held at CADY Hall Saturday,
Jan. 28, at 1:30 p. m.
R. A. MOUILLESSEAUX of Towanda was in town over Sunday.
The Five States Milk producers' association held a meeting in the
American Hotel last Saturday evening. The attendance was large and several
new names were added to the list of members.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John B. BENSLEY of Asbury, Jan. 20, 1899, a boy.
Work has begun under the supervision of G. M. D. TURNER, on the
alterations to the building to be occupied by DRAKE and LATHAM as a hardware
George BURRILL is reported seriously ill with typhoid fever.
Richford, Jan. 24, - Republican caucus in SWIFT'S Hall Saturday, Jan 28,
at 2 p. m.
A donation was held at the Congregational parsonage Friday evening for
Rev. J. S. MITCHELL.
Hon. D. P. WITTER is ill at his home in this place.
H. B. ROBINSON is a recent addition to the grip list.
The McCLARY lecture at Newark Valley, Wednesday evening, was listened to
by some from this place.
Thomas BRICK of Newark Valley is visiting friends in town.
The "regular weekly jollification" occurred on the streets Saturday
evening. Several large sized "drunks" made night hideous and incidentally
made regular fools of themselves.
Newark Valley, Jan.25. - Bert BARBER is visiting relatives in Binghamton
Miss Josephine FRANK, who has been spending some weeks with relatives
here, returned to her home in Schoharie county yesterday.
Woodford PATTERSON of New York city is visiting his mother in this
village for a short time.
Mrs. T. H. BUSHNELL has returned from Oneonta where she has been visiting
during the past month.
A large number of people throughout the vicinity are suffering from the
Bert BLISS has gone to Mt. Clemens, Mich., where he will take treatment
for rheumatism, from which he has been suffering for some time. He was
accompanied by his father, Franklin BLISS of Richford.
Mrs. H. W. CLINTON who has been ill for some weeks with typhoid fever, is
now in critical condition. There are very slight hopes of her recovery.
Mrs. H. L. KNAPP was in Edmeston last week to celebrate the wedding of
Miss Clara BOOTMAN, well known to many here.
The meetings in the interest of the Five States Milk Producers'
association have been held at Fireman's Hall in this village, have signed
contracts and a local union to be formed here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. STANNARD were in Nichols a few days last week.
Candor, Jan. 26. - Harry McCRACKEN has gone to Spencer, where he has
found employment in the new mitten factory.
W. S. MOORE is confined to the house with grip and quinsy.
Miss Sadie SMITH, who has been spending the winter in Far Rockaway,
returned to her home in Ithaca Monday, stopping on her way and calling on
friends in town.
Mrs. Sarah CONKLIN of Apalachin is visiting her sister, Mrs. Catherine
CONKLIN, who is seriously ill.
Twenty-eight young friends of Miss Effa EGGLESON made her a surprise
party Friday night.
Lucy DOTY entertained a company of young friends Friday night.
Born, Sunday, Jan. 22, 1899, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred JACOBS, a girl.
Miss. Minnie VanDUZER is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dan WILLIAMS, at
The funeral of Mrs. H. L. DOBSON was held at the home of her sister, Mrs.
T. S. BOOTH this morning, Rev. T. R. WARNOCK officiating.
Miss Nina JENNINGS of Binghamton is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. DIMON have been spending several days with friends in
Mrs. J. C. DIXON is visiting friends at Elmira.
HOYT & TOMPKINS, the grocers, have dissolved partnership. Mr. Tompkins
will continue the business.
Fred EASTON, who has been spending several days at Hornbrook. PA,
returned home Saturday.
A drama, "Dot, the Miner's Daughter; or "One Glass of Wine," will be
given at the opera house Saturday evening, Jan. 28, by VanETTEN talent.
Admission 15 cents, reserved seats 20 cents.
Rev. Mr. DAY, rector of the Church of the Good Shepard at Binghamton,
exchanged pulpits with, Rev. R. M. GRIGG and preached in St Mark's church
Sunday morning and evening.
Samuel CRANCE of Cortland is in town for a few days.
Miss Mary and Miss Fannie SACKETT attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary
SACKETT at Owego, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. WOODFORD, who have been visiting their son at
Binghamton returned home Saturday.
The friends of Rev. F. W. DICKENSON will make him a donation in the
parlors of the Congregational church Friday evening, Jan. 27. All are
Rev T. B. WARNOCK is continuing his meetings at Canatonk another week.
L. F. LITTLE visited friend in Lestershire the first of the week.
F. L. HEATH will leave about Feb. 6, for a trip of several months to
California and other western points of interest.
Mrs. Polly ALLEN has returned from her visit to Ithaca.
F. E. HUBBARD was home over Sunday. He is in Pennsylvania this week.
Rev. David PERSONEUS is seriously ill. His many friends hope for his
Taxes will be collected at one per cent until Feb. 1, after which 5 per
cent will be charged.
Frank M. HUMISTON of Owego has purchased the Jesse SMITH property,
occupied by Judd ALLEN; possession to be given in February.
John CROW, whose wife is very ill with heart trouble, came home drunk
last night and began an argument with his daughter, Kate DUNHAM, who had
come home from Virginia on account of her mothers illness. John sought to
add emphasis to his argument by means of a stove shovel, with which he
attacked his daughter. She responded with the poker and showed herself well
versed in the mysteries of the somewhat deceptive instrument. The poker made
several scalp wounds on John's head and he retired from the discussion. She
appeared before Recorder LORING about 1 o'clock this morning and a warrant
was issued for her father's arrest on the charge of assault in the third
degree, upon which he was arrested and jailed until Monday at 10 a. m., when
the efforts of Jail Physician, H. E. MERRIAM, M. D., to put him together are
expected to have been successful.
Albert REASOR was arrested on the charge of cruelty to animals on
complaint of Charles STEELE, the agent for the Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals. The case was described in Tuesday's RECORD. The
defendant was convicted and sentenced to pay a fine of $5 or stand
committed to the common jail until paid, not to exceed five days. He paid
Bill Grummons >