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PAGE SIX GOUVERNEUR FREE PRESS Red Star Sales Day, Wednesday, Dec. 15 How About Your Funds For Next Christmas? Join the 1927 Christmas Club of the GOUVERNEUR SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION N EXT year at Christmas—just when you need it most— you can have a Christmas Fund of $12.50 to $500.00 or more and dividends by saving In the best Christmas Fund ever devised. Think of the joy you can bring to all your family—to those nearest and dearest to you—it you have plenty of money for the gifts that will say \Merry Christmas\ to each and every one. Think of the many practical uses for extra money next Christmas-—just when you have unusual demands on your purse for taxes, insurance, interest and other payments. The Christmas Club way is the happiest, safest and most practical way to have extra money—without any need of touching your regular savings account. SIX CONVENIENT CLASSES $10 WEEKLY: To save $500 and dividends In this class you pay $10 each week for 50 weeks $ 5 WEEKLY: To save $250 and dividends In this class you pay 15 each week for 50 weeks $ 2 WEEKLY: To save $100 and dividends In this class you pay $2 each week for 50 weeks •$ 1 WEEKLY: To save $50 and dividends In this class you pay $1 each week for 50 weeks 50* WEEKLY: To save $25 and dividends In this class you pay SOc each week for 50 weeks 25* WEEKLY: To save $ 12.50 and dividends In this class you pay 25c each week for 50 weeks The Club opens Saturday, December 11, and first pay- ment is due in that week. Those who join the second week make two payments at time of joining, in the third, three payments, and so on. Enrollment in the Club closes Monday, January 10, 1927. . i Payment May Be Made By Mail GOUVERNEUR SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Gladden Their Christmas Brighten Their New Year with an Eveready Flashlight DONALD'S Smart Christmas Gifts for Her Personal Use A Gift from Donald's Will Please Any Man Here Thermos Bottles Universal Auto Cafe Thermal Jars Universal Aladdin Thermarware Jars Lunch Boxes Supremacy and Waterman's FOUNTAIN PENS Every Man and Woman, Boy and Girl Needs One Bridge Sets are a Few Suggestions and There are Pocket Books Purses Bill Holders Cigarette Cases Cigarette Holders Pipes in Sets Meerschaum Pipes Baketite Pipes Briar Pipes Cigarettes and Tobacco In Xmas Packages Many More - Cigars Ash Trays Smokers' Sets Perfumes Perfumisers Perfume Sets Pen and Pencil Sets Bobbie Sets Ingersoll Watches $1.50 to $9.50 Ansonian Alarm Clocks c. c DONALD The Corner Drug Store Gouverneur, N. Y. • \ JACK'S 1 lb. Home Made Peannt Brittle Pineapple Snndaes Pimento Cheese Sandwich and Coffee Soda Con* in and see Onr Line of Fancy Box Chocohtni Kibbee's Pare Sngnr Christmas Candy in Boxes 15c 10c 10c 10c LIGHT LUNCHES :: HOME BAKED GOODS :: CANDIES NUTS AND FRUITS :. CIGARS AND TOBACCOS NEW ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLA PLATED FREE 3 Main St Phone 97-W LEONARD & FULLER \The Store That Sefis QuaEty Merchandise\ Boys' Leather Top Rnhbers size 3 to 6. sale price, $3.25_$2.7« Men's Mixed Wool Host, 35c kind Itc 287c off on Boys' Sato Odd Lots m Boys'O'Coats V s off A Full line of Useful Gifts for Men and Boys ENDICOH-JOHNSON SHOE STORE SALES DAY SPECIALS Women's and Girls, in the lighter shades, new models in Blonde Oxfords, Cherry Pumps, Light Tan Oxfords; suitable for dress or every day These are $5.00 value for wear. $&g\ - $3a1 Young Men's Oxford* Nivv arrivals, Black or Tan, Welts. You are asked $6.00 elsewhere. Sales Day THE GRAY SHOP Clohotcy & Sweeney HATS PRICED AT— $3.00 to $5.00 for $1.50 $5.00 to $8.50 for $3.50 $10.00 to $12.00 for $5.00 ENTIRE STOCK OF DRESSES— ~ 25% Discount Men's Ball Band 2-Backle Heavy Rubbers to wear over Lumberman's Socks. We will sell these perfect goods at factory price ..:— .65 $2J§ Men's 16-inch High Work or Hunting Sh all leather 20 Slippers —Christmas Slippers—Best stock ever shown. Men's, Women s, Children's felt house slippers that are warm, comfortable and good looking. The perfect Christmas gift. ENDICOH-JOHNSON SHOE STORE ORM1STON BLOCK Ope. GRAMMAR SCHOOL J.S.HILTS Specials for Sales Day 6 Cakes Fairy Soap - — 32c Washing Powder, 25-cent size -.-18% 60c Tea . - 48c 1 b. Red Ribbon Coffee at regular price 55c With 1 fc. Granaiated Sugar Free Sabd Dres***, large size 33c FANCY TOWELS— 50c and 59c Values at 43c CHRISTMAS GIFTS THAT KEEP ON GIVING— Christmas will soon be here, and now let's Kelp yon in getting a present for die family. A nice Piano or Victrola it the one gift that kecprmr-gmng nSe rest of the year. Come in and see what we have for you. THE TAIT MUSIC STORE Records Ra«e SPENCER H. GOTETTE, Pm*. r, H. T. PVene f»-W FREE FACIAL On Seles Dey Only vita every pmrchase of a SI JAR OF FACIAL CRXAM WASHBURN BEAUTY SHOPPE MAE SULUVAH, GIVE SOMETHING FOR THE CAR FOR XMAS Onr Sngf«sD*n* LOCK ON RAIMA TOR CAPS *m4 MOTOMCTEBS—UQBTS FOR MOTOMKTKRS—MIRRORS—STOP LIGHTS —BJLATKR8—TIRE TKKTkK8—C&AIXS SEAKER-GRAVES MOTOR CO. HARVEY & SMITH 26 Cakes White Naptha Soap_________$1.00 24y 2 Ih*. Pa*by Flour.. ——--$1.05 1 Pint Ivanhoe Salad Dressing _38c 34b. Box Crackers _ : 38c THE GREATEST TREAT OF ALL- Special \FROST-KIST\ Ice Cream FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER \ At the end of the meal, what cottjdjbe better for desert than a brick of TROST-KISF Ice Cream. For Christmas we offer yon a special brick of three layers of debaoos \FROST-JUST\ Chocolate. French Vanffln, and NesebooV PneVfing nl inclnded in one brick. This is a delicious fruited cream and it wiH be well worth while to incrode this ddicioasiy different brick with your menu on Christmas Day. Yon may order from any of oar regular customers or leave your orders at our plant by calling 'phone ; 142-W and we wm debVer at meal time any place m Gouverneur. Have your tire* repaired at red seed price* while year ear Is pat «p for the winter G. H. BARTHOLOMEW * SON JOHN STREET All the Latest Style* tn Hair Catting Direct from Beaaty Cottar* of New Tor* MAGEE'S cw reratax |i_M, by Miss Taylor.. -_T3 We Cushman Co. Genuine Price Redudtions OnAUOur FURNITURE We are going to clean our store preparatory![to moving to our new quar- ters next Summer. Prices Cut on Everything in the Furniture Line We Cushman Co. LA WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8. »9261 WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8 BOARD OF SUI ACTS ON m REPORT RECOMMEND SALARY BE DO Designations of Count: Coming Year Adopt {Continued from Page Fo road account* but Uxey are general intereat. In the Child Welfare Fum have been, paid amounting 084.03. In regard to the new Clerk's office bonds have be during the year amounting 000 and interest to 115,300. In the General Fund ther balance a year ago of Ml receipts brought it up to a S102.S09.18 and there U a pn hand of *45,81«.01. The balance aheet showi funds on hand tn the vartoi of the county amounting t 080.88. „ . gixttxmtfa Day—Decern!* Mr. Hall presented the Report of the Committee < and Means, which recomm appropriation tor various of 8616,088.84 and compi state and county tax tor 19- year the amount jrecommex !|62S,11».87. _. W1 , Mr. Hall asked and obtali lmoms consent that Rule 2 ponded for the balance of th Mr. Sanford presented tlon. which was adopted, le on the several towns the eluded in the report of the tee on Highways-Money heretofore reported. Mr Hall nominated Dr. Sanford tor County Home for the coming year at t flxed by the Committee or end there being no othei tioiis the Clerk was direct <did east the ballot of the ,Mr. Sanford. and he was (duly elected. Mr. Sanford nominated H- Ladd of Canton'for jail for the coming year at the ed by the Committee or *There being no other n< \ the Clerk was directed t cast the ballot of the Boa jLadd and he was declared • j^d . On motion of Mr. Hall of the Committee on Means and the accompany tiona appropriating the i «or by the report, were t On motion of Mr. t Board adjourned until leight o'clock p. m. Fifteenth Dnjr—Deo« Mr. Sanford from Coi Public Health reported fa resolution referred to sa v tee in reference to. the < -•of a second County Nui ^liis motion the privileges ^were granted to Dr. J. P. *Louisvllle, President of Medical Society, Dr. L. *>f Norwood, Dr. F. F. •Canton, Dr. Stanley W •Gouverneur and Mr. Juli •Ogdensburg, and the genl , «ed all addressed the Bo ^>«iderable length upon i At the conclusion of th - \NLT. Chaney moved the -the resolution; Mr. Clar * the yea* and nays; Mr. I »«d to amend ky po«tpoj consideration of the wl ,nntil next Thursday m called for the yeas and i * amendment carried, yei '\• Mr. Hall presented a i •Committee on WayB -which was adopted. It I *orably: 1. The resolution t . - 812,000 for payments t o 'Compensation. 2. The resolution t -81,434 tor payment pamphlets, etc, and de name to the members c 3. The resolution i |276 for St. Lawrence Toratory for the coming ~~\'' 4. The resolution ; 82.675 to pay for C • --truck, hose, etc. Mr. Hanmer from Jv mittee to which was resolution that the me Board of Directors of 1 rreau who are also me Board be paid by the c -ed that the board may pensation of the merab * but that the same be p appropriation to the J *The report was aecon .resolution fixing such .nt six dollars per day i rpenses. The report s were both adopted. Mr. Hanmer also pi -port\m reference to U •ented agminst Su $7*1.55; Madrid for !CPoUdam for 8551.57 t Rsilroad Company, an ~ed that the same be a ^iseaned against the towi 'the portion thereof re -.•hare paid the county Interest thereon, he -county. Referred to on Ways and Means. Mr. Lnntry present • of the Committee on •«eral Taxes, which wa 'places on towns genen .adverttaiax for Redem; itotal. 84.788.04. Mr. Rich presenter levying 892,170 npon the construction of I 830.000 for new road repairs to the old; 81. lb rush along comnty that 87.000 be levied •lotfiee rent and meld of the Connty Snpen Referred to the Wavs and Means. Mr. Rich preeente nppropriating 810.00 pose of adding to t •building where the eo is stored Referred tee on Wars and MM Mr Timr present 'which was adopt* county officer* to att of their Tiriom aaso< ty expense darisf U Prt>*;oii froai ^•r.d^nt of Conn^W^^ pr««n WBjr foriTt^ ^* } foaad r*^- 1 *\ xh *' r i rood thJnnnW--* * use A Most Appropriate and Usetni Ckristnus Gift— Tke FREE PRESS Sent to Any Address— $150 a Tear -Keep the Former Residents Informed as to Activities in Their Home Town Subscriptions Received Sales Day Will Be Dated as of January I, 1927, at the Regular Price THE GOUVERNEUR FREE PRESS PHONE: 100 HORSES FOR SALE Ten horses weighing from 1050 lbs. to 1 500 lbs./ three matched pairs, two road horses, one trotter. ~ Some \ native horses cheap. mn Year Armmi Cliche tt Make roar best wishes at the Christmas season extend thronghont the year by sending the absent member of the family a weekly letter in the form o/ THE NORTHERN TRIBUNE *THB BOMS TOWX PAPER\ 52 WEEKLY LETTERS FOR OHLT $IM RUMMAGE JALE a: *Jae »IOncIP.*X BCILW5G WEDrfESDAT. DECEMBER IS, SALES DAT

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