Mrs. Hirum Weedmark is
very low of consumption. Her death is expected hourly.
Mrs. Petit and daughter, Marguerite,
of Avoca, have been guests of Mrs H. A. Whitet his past week. they
were former residents here.
Milton A. Jones, of Daysville,
visited his niece, Mrs. Thomas Laing, last week. He was on his way
home from Saratoga Springs where he had been to visit his daughter, Mrs.
E. J. McAuley was in town, Sunday,
calling upon old friends. He came from Syracuse on his wheel. His
wife has been visiting here for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark, of Chadwicks,
aresiting friends in town.
Mrs. Bonney, of Pulaski, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Ida Pride.
Mrs. Nancy Gillett does not improve
any. She is in a critical condition with dropsy.
Miss Grace Crispell has returned
Miss Helen Irene Burr made a short
visit to this village on her way to Redfield,Saturday.
Very hot weather.
The Presbyterian society is making
extensive repairs on their church in the way of new paper, carpet, etc.
Mrs. H. A. White is entertaining
friends from out of town.
Many people from this place attended
the state fair, Tuesday and Wednesday.
R. T. Rathburn was in Palermo
on undertaking business, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Barnard called
on their son, Prof. Barnard while on their way to Rome last week.
The manager of the corn factory
expects to put up fifty or sixty thousand cans per day this week and next.
Mrs. Dixon and grandchildren George
and Marjorie Wells are spending a week in Syracuse.
Misses Eva Cole and Jennie Potts
have returned from New York.