The Summit Herald of November 9, 1907 reported on Tuesday’s election news. In the New Jersey gubernatorial race, Republican John Fort defeated Democrat Frank Katzenbach. Other candidates represented the Prohibition, Socialist, and Social Labor tickets. In New York City, the Tammany candidates had a sweeping victory. Locally, most of the Republican ticket was elected, except for one Council member and the Mayor.
A letter to the editor praised the nine physicians at Overlook Hospital. The writer noted approvingly that although seven of these practiced allopathic medicine and twopracticed homeopathic medicine, the prejudices of the past had been forgotten, and they worked together harmoniously.
The Young Women’s Christian Temperance Union planned to hold a fair on Saturday at the public school. For sale: homemade candy and cake, fancy articles, and dolls with handmade dresses. For amusement: a “fishing pond” for children, and a Gypsy girl telling fortunes. For refreshments: a 35¢ luncheon.
In the classifieds: Lost, a dark yellow Japanese Eskimo dog, reward offered. For sale: a depot wagon with rubber tires for $175; a one-cylinder Cadillac touring car in good condition. Wanted, a good driving horse for winter.
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