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^J^M* WEDNESDAY. JUNE 15, 1927. GOUVERNEUR FREE PRESS O.LS. HOLDS STATED MEET AT DEPEYSTER sixth birthday. Games were played cuse, Canastota and other places in on the lawn after which refresh-1 the central part of the state and menta were served. ! spent several days last week. Mrs. Galey Smithers and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Smithers, Stew- Gage of Defe/iet spent part of last art Smithers and Lionel Beatty were week with the former's two sons and in Ogdensburg Friday, other relatives and friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bogardus Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Giffin enter- ', spent Sunday with relatives at Brasie Corners. Mr. and Mrs. Dorwin Gilson of Heuvelton were in town Saturday evening. They had the largest crowd of the season at tha Saturday night dance in Masonic Temple which speaks well of their music and dances Mrs. Dan Calnon, Jr., spent Tues- day with Mrs. Arb Hill. tained for supper Sunday night Mr. * j and Mrs. Gtiy Giffin and daughter, s., sc« T™., b*iM i. vauf. M »^ nt callers M Mrs p A Con _ •f Depeyster—hnpressire Ceressoay | roy'i were Mr. and Mrs Galey Fleet- ly u-y j ham and grandson, Robert, Mrs. C. \ . 1E . Giffin and Mrs. R. D. Orr. ohS^T' *»*A M•T*L^ , 2S e | The Community Circle Sunday 2ttfISfn;\iI MSJS'J T«mS«W?J^'School class spent Tuesday evening tl?-Tl g Jfn^^« «1? P wi^ a J« ne 7tn - ln ** Methodist Episcopal !SS y .»^n 8, * , church parlors. After the social eve- ^t-S,. J». 10th. Troop! nin« a d b ioe .eating refresh- ^^ ^^j^ No. 1. Boy Scouts of this town were j ^b RounTs o i Heuvelton was in Ml88 Lol « H \ e,tOQ ls home Installed in the village at 8 p. m. town one day la8t wee i t Scout Executive Wright, together Miss Leola Crelghton spent several with Eagle Scouts F. Hickok, E. j dajr g | a8t ^.^ ^ witn a friend at THREE VOLSTEAD \ ACT VIOLATORS ! ARRAIGNED HERE Syracuse Men Apprehended Between Watertown and Adanu Center Ap- pear Before Coauaissioner Haxetton. Thrt*e alleged Volstead act violat- ors, held over the we-ek end in the Jefferson county jail, were arraigned Thornhill and L. Wallace taking pi erre pont charge of the instalaltion. The troop j Ml8s Winifred Creighton is help- committee bf the new troop are lng Mrs g Q u u8n Messrs. R. D. Orr, Leon Overacker,! G lenn Hill and daughter Madeline G. A. Hazelton, C. E. Giffin and Rev. i were jn Heuvelton Wednesday. Allen Kirkness. Fred L. Ashworth j Every school district in this lo- ts the scoutmaster. The new troop cai^y was we n represented at the consists ot the following boys: Hurl- Ee , Weir p j cn i c Friday, but Bogardus, Clifford HaieUon, Mrs Fred Morris, Miss Elsie Mor- Donald Mayhue, Murry Mayhue, r , 8 and Mrs menn Thornhill Worth Parks, Byron Rickett and ' cal iers at Mrs Amber Conroy's last M rs Leon Lester Pterling. This is the first troop week JJJ 8 ^ Mr. and Mrs. Newel Beatty and before United States Commissioner daughter of Heuvelton spent Sunday Dallas M. Hazelton here Monday af- ternoon. Miss Lois Hatelton is home from) Henry FlnkeJstein. 37. of 1012 Potsdam for her summer vacation. ! South MoBride street, Syracuse, and The Old Oak Rebekahs and I. O. Austin La Nier, Jewish-Negro, aged O. F. held their annual services in 39, of 305 East Washington street. the Methodist Episcopal church Sun-'Syracuse, were arraigned charged day evening. Rev. Allen Kirkness J with possession of liquor, transporta- preached an appropriate sermon for j tiou and smuggling, having beeji ar- the occasion. There was a good at- i rested on Saturday morning between tendance of both organizations. Watertown and Adams Center by • istate troopers. They were, driving a SPRAGUEVILLE Brockwav truck in whi.-h was found in Depeyster in aver six years. 50 bags of alleged Canadian ale. The SpragueviHe, June 14.—Mrs. . truck was seized by the officers and Hardy of Theresa, who for the past the two occupants lodged in the ere two weeks has been with her sister. Watertown jail. Owing to the ab- Barkus, has returned ! sence from the city of W. Glen Lar- • mouth. United States Commissioner Mr and Mrs. Philip McHugh and' A i arge audience attended the! there, thev were brought here for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stowell and ! Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Cheeseman of Children's Day program at the Meth- arralgument Mrs. Minnie Hawkins spent Tuesday j Theresa were dinner guests of Mr. odi8t church Sunday evening. Both waived examination and bond evening with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn • and Mrs. John Hand Sunday. The Epworth League will serve ice wa8 placed at $2,000 each Finkel- Thornhlll. Mr. and Mrs. George Humphrey cream on. Friday evening of this stein produced a bondsman in the Paul A. Conroy and son. Junior, of North Gouverneur spent Sunday i wee k . person of Maurice Singer of 519 Har- Clark and Asa Ames motored to at Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ames. | Mrs. Charles Simons left Monday ! rlson street, Syracuse. La Nier, in Brasie Corners Tuesday and attend-' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morris were ] morning to attend Commencement j default of bond, was remanded to ©d thed burial of the infant son of Sunday guests of their parents. Mr. \ at Potsdam. Her daughter, Hope the jail in Watertown to await the RAILROAD TIME TABLE (Revised April 24, 1927) South and Went (Daily except Sunday) No. 4 7:08 a. m No. 4 connects with Wilson Flyer for Syracuse, leaving Watertown at 8: JO No. 10 9:15 a. m. (The Northern New Yorker) (Arrives at Syracuse at 12:30 noon) No. 12 12:32 p. m. No. 8 4:22 p. m. No. 18 8:05 p. m. (Sunday only) No. 702 8:00 a. m. No 708 4:57 p. m. North and East (Dally except 8unday) No. 17 8:27 a. m. No. 7 11:08 a. m. No. 21 2:07-p. m. No. 1 Dally «:20 p. m No. 5 Dally except Sun. 7:20 p. m. No. 3 Daily 10:25 p. m. No. 707 8unday only __10:26 a. m. EDWARD6 BRANCH Ijeaving Gottverneur (Daily except Sunday) Daily except Sunday 8:40 a. m. Dally except Sunday 6:30 p. m. Sunday only 10:30 a. m. Arrives at Gouverneur Daily except Sunday 10:05 a. m. Dally except Sunday 7:50 p. m. Sunday only 11:50 a. m. Leaving Edwards Dally except Sunday 9:30 a. m. Dally except Sunday 7:15 p. m. .Sunday only 11:16 a, m. Mr. an Mrs. P. A- Conroy. and Mrs. Will Morris, of Norwood. Miss Laura Wilson of Gouverneur Fred Parks had the misfortune to spent the week-end with her parents Io\se his spring colt. tn town. i Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bogardus and Mrs. Glenn Thornhill and two sons son. Hurlbut, spent Sunday at John Morris and Morgan motored to Og- Bogardus' of Brasie Corners. densburg Saturday. j Mr. and Mrs. Lee Joyce and two Miss Violet Woodward who has children spent Sunday with their taught three successful years in Mud father, Will Parks. jLake school closed her school Fri-1 Among those who attended the O. day and with her students attended E. S. convention in Ogdensburg Tues- tke picnic at Eel Weir Park. We day, June 7, were Mr. and Mrs. My- regret that Miss Woodward will not • ron Mayne, Mrs. Arlle Bush, Mrs. he with us another year. I Stanley Pickett, Mrs. Nettie Austin Miss Nora Parks is home from Tennessee where she has been at- tending school for the past year. Miss Zaidee Ames remained in Og- densburg during the week-end. Robert Smithers entertained six little boys Monday In honor of htB Mrs. Vera Smithers, Mrs. Florence Wilson, Miss Carrie Holland, Mrs. Mildred Fleetham, Mrs. Olive Ward, Mrs. Jerusha Fisfabeck and Mrs. Lee- la Perry. Mrs. Mildred Fleetham and Mrs. Olive Ward motored to Utica Levya, is to be one of the graduates. | Auburn term of federal court. The village school will hold a ptc-j Joseph Milite. 28, a former soldier, nic at Sylvia Lake on Friday ot this j whose place on the Watertown-Rices week. An invitation is given to all ' road, near Watertown. was raided on to join in making this a success. j Friday last on a warrant issued by Mrs. Crabb arrived Monday and j Commissioner Larmouth, also was will spend the summer vacation at > brought here for arraignment. her home here. Milite was charged with possession Mr. and Mrs. Aurelius Davenport j a nd violation of the federal tariff act of Richville are guests at Mr. Leslie \ for having in his possession five C GRALYN I* THEATRE XM WE'VE PICKED THE PICK 0 ' THE PICTURES *S WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Jane 15 and IS— • <.rv*t WWM Polks! Here Comra JOHNNY HINB8 ia Tiat'p/i/io East or Wosf A restfot night cm Lake Erie will add enjoyment to your Crip. Three Palatial C&B Steamers Ths Great Ship \SEEANDBEB\—\CTTY OF ERIE\ Mkd \CITY OF BUFFALO\ Unlimited 6tcflitte«, including Urtc tiry cl—n mautotmaa thtt enawe a long nlgbt't tefecthtag *Wp. Emc«4icnt din tag roam Nrvice. DAlLX MAY Ut TO NOVEMBER 14th EmchWay Every Nigbt Between Buffalo and Cleveland Leaving ar^OO p. m., arriving at 740 *• *&• Euttm Standard Time NEW ERIE DIVISION W»C&.B Steamer \CITY OF ERIE\. Leave* Cfeveknd and Bu&lo on alternate night*. Jul? 3td to Sept. 6th. Read Down Rend Up 5J0 p. m- Leave . . Buffalo. N. Y. .. Arrr»* «K»a- m. 10:30 p. m. Arrive .... Erie, Pa. ... . Leave 12:00 m. n. 12:00 m. n. Leave .... Erie. Pa. .... Arrive 10:30 p. m. 6:00 a. m. Arrtve . . Cleveland. O.. . Leave 4J0p. m. CnwctiMu M Uk» MMMTU, Dun* mmi Him Wmt Aak your ticket agent oe toMriat agaftcy foe tickets vial C &. B Line. Yocr rail ticket U good on out Sceameta-1 New Automobile Rat e S5.00 aad n p T8B CXEVELAND AIOBUmUX) «« a, ma wmt^ •\\we&p*** Fare $5^0 Kellogg's. The orchestra met for practice at A. P. Bell's Monday evening. After the rehearsal Mrs. Bell and Corrlnne served Ice cream and cake. Mrs. Willard Swem and Mrs. Eu- gene Mack spent last Tuesday vlsit- i ing In their old home district at Shantyrllle. I Sixty people attended the school Syra-| picnic at Sylvia Lake last Friday in , Caswell of 339 High street j which the districts of Steele's Cor-: town, ners and West Fowler joined. Milite had been previously arrest- Mr. Kentfield has moved the Turn-'ed, it was said, on a federal charge, bull shop which he purchased to his : but the case finally was withdrawn. lot on Church street. • Miss Hope Levya and Miss Louise ' CTC A MFR RIFI MAN ONI Y Culligan returned Tuesday evening ' 3 * tAmtR DltLHlAn UHL I quarts of alleged Frontenac ale. five gallons of wine and one quart of al- leged William Penn whiskey, all of which was seized. He demanded a hearing which was set down for June 16 at 2 p. m. before Commissioner Larmouth of Watertown. His bond was placed at $3,000 and was fur- nished by Ralph Gallo of S09 David- son street, Watertown, and Domonic Water- LIENOR'S NOTICE OP SALE To J. R. Story. Star Lake, N. Y., Howard Motor Car Co., Watertown, N. Y., and who ever may be inter- ested In the following described I property. • ! TAKE NOTICE: Purusant to the ( : Sections of the Lien Law to satisfy a lien for labor, material and storage i amounting to $178.91 together with | additional storage and foreclosure! I expenses I will sell one Model 88-8S! 1 Willys-Knight Automobile, Engine! No. 2 79 6, to the highest bidder at the ! j Whitney Oarage, John St., Oourer-! ; neur, N. Y., at 10 o'clock a. m. # June I 24th, 1927. ! George E. Fox, ) i 18w2tc Lienor. \ From newsboy to hetMiUmv was just a step for this baby. whole Btwuty llioniM of lively ttteppeni r%ht oat of Broadway** most expciMive n'vu«\ \The S4AiKlal«, ,< witii MARY BRIAN. See \ Coaiedy—THE TINY GHOST FRIDAY, June 17— THE GREAT GATSBY witli WARNRR liAXTKU and LOIS WELSON Tlie book ha* thrilled mllllonx. Tt»o play ran a aoUd year fa New York. Tlio picture 1M the dramatic thunderbolt of the aeaaaa Don't nikw it! Comedy—A PUNCH IN THE NOSE SATURDAY, June 18, Matinee and Night— JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S ^FUMING FOREST from Potsdam Normal. NORTH RUSSELL North Russell. June 14—Mr. and FLOATING POST OFFICE The only floating postoffk'e in the world is the little government steam- er Bielman which delivers mail to Mrs\S.\w.\iTrown visited friends~in | $* passing ves^ls in the Detroit Edwards Sundav river, at Detroit. Mich., during the Mrs.- R. L. Clark, Mrs. Charles! 8e * 80n of navigation on .the Great Cameron. Mrs. Earl Woods, Mrs. Roy l 1 ****-. Du , rm , g l he 2 \l d * y ! r -r?f Noble. Mrs. Leonard Clark and Mrs.! navigation last season the marine Chartes Tie! attended the Eastern! *> 4 r ^h ^^^Detj-on^postoffice^de- Star Convention at Potsdam Satur day evening Mrs. Ella Gilman has gone to live with Fred Ray's folks. Mrs. Woodside and son Stuart and Mrs. Mildred Moss of Ogdensburg visited at George White's Sunday livered two million letters and tele- grams to the passing boats and re- ceived '1,225 letters and telegrams to be forwarded; including money orders, parcels and newspapers a to- tal of 3,503.000 pieces of mail mat- ter was handled by the marine post- Mfss Carrie Armstrong and friend ^f- a t cco f r * l h ng 1 i° rr ^: ^f^^ - c .,„_ „__ „i„<*i_„ «* D«k„f president of the Detroit & Cleveland riark? I Navigation company which operates i Mr. and Mrs. William Poole, and I Passenger and package freight boat Mr and Mrs. Frank Wallace attend-' »\* be ^ n Detr01t \ Buffal °- CleVe ' l Sn , s e un I !uT CaI \ re ' t e 8erm ° n ^ CSD f an Detroit Ttle gateway to all of Lester Leavitt was very ill with I the Principal summer resorts in the measles last week. Dr. Williams at- tended him. Several other children are just nicely getting over them. The Ladies' Aid society meets with Mrs. Blanchard Dewey this week. UA\TAG T*mMulti 'Motor runs with GASOLINE Try one in y oar own home See the Maytaf waah big. tubfuls of clothes in 3 to 7 mkuites, fiatah a bif waaV iaf in an bow, aod K> tborooghly dean that DO haod-rubbios U ncoawry even an oA- lart. cuff*, or crnay overall*. Write or pbooe for a Maytag. If it doeant «£ itself, doat keep it. T HE Maytag Gasoline Muhti-Motor is not something new. For years it has been making the Maytag a fav- orite washer for £arm homes. It is a modem gasoline power plant, as compact as an electric motor and so simple that the housewife can start it and operate it her- self. Naturally this gasoline Multi-Motor was made optional equipment on the Maytag Aluminum Washer of today, rnalring the world's fastest, most thorough, most con venient washer practi«al for homes with- out electricity. For homes with electricity, the Maytag is equipped with an electric motor. The roomy, seamless, lifetime, cast- aluminum tub, that drains itself and cleans itself, the all-metal, automatic tension-adjusting wringer, the handy hinged tid, the extension legs, and the many other Maytag features have won for it World Leadership in both farm and city homes. ___ Deferred Payment* You'll Sever Mi** t ^ \R\um'mum c Washer Northern Maytag Go. I Oi>\TO?f ST PHONE S80-J Maanraa. Poawl&ro. GOCTTBRMCtR Low-rtUe. Maytag dealers ev«>*'-icrc follow the ttandardi«ed ra> of sending a May- tag to a home to do a week » -s-ashing free, and wrthc^t obligation of ary kind. Th» is the Tray all Maytag Gyrafoaci Washer* are sold. r Great Lakes region and possesses the largest fleet of passenger liners and day excursion steamers on the inland waterways of the country,\ said Mr., Schantz. \The new steamers Greater, Buffalo and Greater Detroit operat- ing on Lake Erie between Detroit (and Buffalo cost J3.50A.000 each to! build and have sleeping accommoda- tions for 1^500 passengers, besides quarters ,fOT a crew of 300 officers and saiUJps. -.Some of the day excur- sion steamers running between De-' troit and nearby summer outing points are licensed to carry 3,500 ; passengers., i \One of the outstanding pleasures of an outing on a lake passenger steamer is in watching the endless procession of a bulk freight steam-, ers. The proportion ot the total wa-; ter-borne commerce of the United States which is carried on the Great. Lakes is astonishing for it is nearly as great as the total commerce of all other internal waterway systems in '• the country. This lake commerce is largely in excess of the United States- coastwise ocean-borne commerce and exceeds the foreign commerce of the Atlantic. Pacific and Gulf.\ TERRY'S BIG ¥XCLE \ TOM'S CABIN IS COMING Announcement is made of the com- ing of the old favorite and much talked of play. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Many amusement enterprises have grown from small companies to two and three car s^howg. the Terry Com- pany being one that is found in this class, having started thirty-three years ago with a small troupe of ten people, and gradually augmenting their attraction until now the com- pany numbers fifty people and travel in their own cars. Ttoeir great suc- cess being due to the fact that the •how management haa always had the required eneraX posh and hon- est business dealings, In presenting this mammoth Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. From the day of their beginning with small things, they have mount- ed upwards tin til now they stand at the top without competitors And now Terry's is a household word in many states. Neither expense nor time has been srpared to make the Terry show the best of its kind on the road, having equipped the stage, which is one of the largest portable stages ever con- structed, with the massive scenic and electrical effects required to properly produce this p+ay. the presenting C*MI is made up of the very beet dramatic talent that could possibly be •eenred. and anyone that wltnesaee tlie pro- duction can feel assured that they wil\. see a complete and first claae performance. The name Terry ia a guarantee in itse'.f f©r whenever this same is found upon the advertising the pub- lic knowi w*iat to expect, as their presentation is a true representation of the famous srory Many imitators hare tried tr ?:'- low the wayi of Terry, and w» = t to k--» :t* secret of his wonderfc\. SU'C^-J.? but there is no secret :t ;* simply the hon*** m*thod ir. which th\ sh.-ivi have been conducted since the first perfortnam-e thirty-three year* ago ; Terry » Big Unr> Tom's Cabin will be at G-^uTernAur for one nigh: p*r- femnan.-e only on W?inesdav. Jan* 22 NOTIOB Pursuant to an Order of Hon. Cey- lon G. Chaney, Burrogata of the County of S t Lawrence, and accord- ing to the Statute in such cases made and provided, Notice Is hereby given to ail persons having claims against the estate or Mary A. Gardner, late of Gouverneur. in said county, de- ceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with_the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his office in the Village of Gouverneur, in said County, on or before the 16th day of June next. Dated, December 4th, 1926. Harry C. Rogers, Executor. Arthur T. Johnson, Attorney. Gouverneur, N. Y. 4fwS6 NOTICE Pursuant to an order of Hon. Cey- lon G. Chaney, Surrogate of the County of St. Lawrence, and accord- ing to the Statute In such cases made and provided, Notice Is hereby given to all persona haying claims against the estate of Alice M. Whitney, late of Gouverneur In said county, de- ceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at the Office of Nathan W. Whitney in the Village of Gouverneur, in said Coun- ty, on or before the 31st day of August next. Dated, February 16th, 1927. Lillian S. MacKenile, Nathan W. Whitney, Executors. C. Arthur Parker, Attorney. Gouverneur, N. T. IwJ6 NOTICE Pursuant to an Oraer of Hon. Cey- lon G. Chaney, Surrogate of the County of S t Lawrence, and accord- ing to the Statute in such cases made and provided, Notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Barnard George Parker, late of Gouverneur in said county, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at 214 East Main Street tn the Village of Gouverneur In said County, on or be- fore the 16th day of September next Dora L. Parker, Executrix. Dated. March Jrd, 1827. James C. Dolan. Att'y. Gouverneur, N. Y. 4w2t I Stepping Along i <Soni-in-me p^pt-r *u» a stopper in his latest screen ecreasa! • t>m newaboy to hetMlUmv wtw just a step for this baby. And a W f • d I I i I I I I i I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I A sensational forest fire, amaaing mecuee, the trials, harnora and adveataree of Canadian pioneering days—all whirling about a winsome slip of a girl who'll win your heart. With ANTONIO MORENO and RENEE ADOREK. Also 0«r Gang Comedy-ONE WILD RIDE MONDAY, June 20— - MAE MURRAY LLOYD HUGHES in VALENCIA A tale of beauty, suspense and romance, Mae Murray never so charming! Love travels a rocky road—bat you'll vote it the funniest and most exciting picture in a long time. Comedy—BUTTER FINGERS . TUESDAY, June 21, One Night Only— An Affair of the Follies Can a chorus girl marry for love? See this startling heavt* story of the after-the-stiow life of a chorus beauty. Instate facts you've never dreamed of. With LEWIS STONE, BILLIE DOVE and LLOYD HUGHES. Comedy—GOOD MORNING MADAM THURSDAY and FRIDAY, June 23 and 24— , TELL IT TO THE MARINES :he -» for the AT:at Adas AI:CT.S The «-&y to teerfc <-a:',<ir»ii to aceep: re«pon*:bi'.- ity i« t.-> C.T* 'h»:s re*^K'as;i.:;ties tc accept- I T THE STAR SALESMAN ^f^fc USY days are ahead of us. 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