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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 22. 1927. COUYERNEUR FREE PRESS PAGE SEVEN DR. CAMPBELL OPENS PRACTICE AT LAKE PLACID CHILDREN'S DAY OBSERVED AT NATURAL DAM W. FORCE WEDS WATERTOWN WOMAN I'hf I:I.UT : r:iiK»' o f Ch i a stout- ciitw r of Tht- C.t-rtruiif (Juinup of strt-tM. Watertown, wa tht- noiii.- of Mr For. t -!vJ Mi. hnry \T. h\ rl.- n \V Force, •esa. ami Mrs. . iierforiind at s pareHt.-i. Mr. t» . '<\. Willia:i ' Son of Edwards Physician Purchases Mis* Van Dazee, Teacher, Is Presented in..- 1 with Gift by Pupils of School— Hems of Interest from Village. Natural Dam , June 21.•-• Chil- dren's day wa s observed at the Meth- odist Episcopal church Sunda y night, panied with hail during th e da y but | Th e following program wa s present- ence tha t tim e th e weather ha s been ; ed : fine. Crops are looking good. J Son?. Savior Lik e A Shepher d Business There—Other News of In- terest from Village. Edwards. June 21 -We have real lummer weather at last. Last Wed- nesday it wa s showery often accoin- tl Dr. Marsh, th e District Superin- tendent of th e Methodist Episcopal Church, preached the baccalaureate sermon Sunda y morning. The churc h was decorated and ther e wa s special tousic. The freshman class of th e High School enjoyed a picnic at Porta Ferry Lake last Friday. Edwards 1. O O. F Lodge sent a big delegation to Gouverneur last Thursday for a meetin g of th e order A good time is reported . Many from here patronized th e circu6 a t Watertown Thursday. Mrs. J. E. Beckstea d an d daugh- ters ar e guest s of Watertown friends. Mrs. Law attended th e graduation exercises a t the Potsdam Normal last Tuesday. Her daughter, Eva , wa s one of th e graduates. John Kerr, a student a t Dartmouth College, is heme for the summer va- cation. Mrs. Henry Enipso n of Syracuse and Mrs. Henry Stagen of Mexico, w.ere callers a t Dr. D. M. Taylors Saturday. The y were resident s of Edwards at on e t?me. Mr. an d Mrs. Fre d Russell an d Miss Ethe l Lenox of Herkimer are \\\visiting at W . Lenox's. J. S. Wells of Potsdam an d C. J. \Wells of East Pitcair n were Edwards visitors last week. Beatrice Dulack. a student at Oswego Normal, is home for th e sum - mer. Clarence Hanson has moved to the house On Second street which Melissa Cleland owns. John Geng- Jer will occupy th e hous e Mr. Hanson vacates . Mr. an d Mrs. E. Estus an d Mrs . Estus of Watertown were Saturday guest s at D. F . Dulack's . Mrs. D. Gardner and childre n of Harrisville are visiting her parents. Mr. an d Mrs. E. Beach. James Campbel l D. D. S.. son of Dr. an d Mrs. W . Campbell, ha s pur- chased a practice at Lake Placid an d leaves shortly for his new labor*. Dr. Campbell ha s ha d a position at Wa- tertow n th e past year where he has made good and h e ha s th e best wishes of his townsmen in his ne w field of labor. Mrs. Cora Paynp and Joh n Lum- ley received notice of th e deat h of their brother, Edward, of Adams Center Friday. Mr. Lumle y ha d been an invalid for quit e some time and his death was not unexpected. The funeral wa s held Sunda y morning at Adams Center. Mr. and Mrs . A. Spotswood of Potsdam were visitors at Will Brown's Tuesday. Mrs. L. O'Neil spent some time at Lake Placid last week. Mrs. Arthur Gore. Mrs. W. Pad - gett an d sons left Friday to attend the graduating exercises at Dart - mouth. Lionel, son of Mr. an d Mrs. Arthur Gore, is one of th e graduates. J. French and family spent Sunday 1B Watertown. Lat e Sunday afternoo n a messag e came from the mines tha t a man ha d been hurt in an automobile acci- dent. A ca r that three me n wer e Tiding in was ditched an d on e man was unconscious. Th e man tha t was burt th e most wa s Dan Markill. a carpenter . It wa s found h e had a broken arm, several broke n ribs an d a bad scalp wound . Dr. Taylor made him a s comfortable a s possible and be wa s taken to the hospital at once. The othe r tw o men were only slight- ly bruised. by th e choir, yer. Rev. P D. Mang. DEPEYSTER WOMAN FILES PETITION IN BAXKrUTTCY t'tica. June 21.— A debt of $1.0*0 forced Nina W. Smithers, of Depey- eter, to file a petition in bankruptcy In federal cour t here Monday. She ha s no assets, according to th e pe - tition filed through Attorne y F . J. Gray of Ogdensburg. Jason Turner, of Heuvelton, holds two notes for a total of fl.000, with interest due two year?. Th e notes are in judg- ment. Lead t I rf, i Hesitation, Nature's Chorus , Jo - sephine Easton. Dialogue, Weldon Foy , Genevieve I McPherson. Mary Dier, Marion Fair- bunks. Lena Radigan, Richard Mc- Pherson. ! Recitation. Lena Radigan. Reading. Lyla McPherson. Sung, Meet Mother in th e Skies. William Shaw. ! Song. Golden Hearted Daises, by the Sunda y School. Classes of Miss ! Weltha Shaw an d Miss Catherin e Foy. j Recitation, Mary Dier. | Recitation, Wanata Shaw. ; Recitation . Weldo n Foy . Responsive Reading. j Recitation . Judson Fairbanks. Children' s da y exercises, Josephin e Easton. Weldo n Foy , Mary Dier. j Lena Radigan. | The closing hymn. Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow, by the choir, Mrs. Herbert Shaw , Bea - ' trice McPherson. Harriet Easton . Mrs. Clarence LaMore, William Shaw. Benediction, Rev. P. D. Mang. , Grad e examinations were held in the school last week which proved to be very satisfactory. Sylvia Paquet t received th e prize in th e Health con- test, an d Robert McPherson received the prize for th e highest average in spelling which wa s awarded by Miss Ruth Van Duzee. Friday a picnic wa s held at th e talc mill woods which wa s greatly enjoyed by the children an d parents. Miss Van Du- zee presente d th e pupils with a box of stationery an d they presented he r with a pink satin slip. Th e follow- ing poem wa s given with th e gift • which expresses th e thoughts of th e people here: For five long years w e have been together, Through clays of sunshine an d stormy weather Into th e hearts of th e children you have found a way. And now have a place we ar e sur e will stay. Th f parent? appreciate th e work you have done. To teach th e children, both in work and fun. And wish to extend their thanks to you For all the nice things you found time to do. To say goodbye an d school days close i Is not always easy a s each one • knows . . But pleasant memories, forever will stay And help us a lot as we go our way . I Please except this small gift, ou r i best wishes too. , We hope you find happines s in what j ever you do May you never hav e cause for regret or sigh Just doll up in this and let troubles slip by. Miss Va n Duzee responde d in a few well chosen words but wa s deep- ly moved as were all present, an d words could not come very freely. After five years of companionshi p both in work an d play she will be ' greatly missed an d all hope she will teach here again in th e near future. Miss Lola Baxter an d Ernest Bou- let of Gouverneur attended the Ring- j ling Brothers circus a t Watertown Thursday. William La Mont, Alber t Baxter, Arthur Hoyt went trout fishing Fri - : day an d they reporte d a fine catch Fre d S. Hilts is having electric lights installed in his home by th e ' St. Lawrence Utilitie Gouverneur . Mr. an d Mrs. Fred Ring an d sons. Frederick an d Allen of Pittsburgh, arrived here Sunday for a tw o week's vacation with Mrs. Ring's mother. Mrs. Wesley Card, and sister, Mrs Deibert Fov . I A. E. Rirdey ha s purchased a Chevrolet coupe from Seaker & ! Graves of Gouverneu r Mr and Mrs. Will Ma>hew of , Gouverneur ar e moving into th e hous e recently vara ted bv Mr. an d Mrs Robert Corbine Mr. .Mayhew is employed by th e Oswegatchi e Pa- per company. A number from her e attended th e Mutt an d Jeff show a t Gouverneur Sat unlay night. Every on e report- ed it as being very good ! Monday Mr an d Mwt Ring ind' family, Mr. an d Mrs. Deibert Foy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley: Card an d James Allen motore d to | Pyrite s an d visited Mr and Mrs. Roy Farmer an d Mr. an d Mrs. Herber t Vert. The cooked food sale which wa s held at McDonald and RQbinson's j hardware store at Gouverneur Sat- urda y by th e ladies of th e Methodist Episcopal church realized $ 1 :MHI The sale was in charge of Mrs. Del-j ben Foy an d Mrs Fred Dier. Mr. an d Mrs. James McPherson, j . . .' \ . ••• Beatric e an d Alfred McPherson. Mrs. j NOTIC E | Arthur Buckley an d daughters. Mar-I pursuant to an Order of Hon. (Yv- Ijor. e an d Phylis of Gouverneur at- , i un <;. chanev. Surrogate of th\ tended th e ball game at Edwards. jcountv of St. Lawrence, an d accord- '. Gouverneur, on i^ridav The man a^e was peri jlle.-ct l \ I i s.tl ; 11 VT Ml , C>' relatives .ml i, lends bv Rev Join Robt-rt. pastor of th e Free V.-thodist church of this »il'age. Mr. Force is i well know n resi- dent of Theresa and formerly resided in this village wher e be is boru This wa s hi s second mai-riag\. Mrs' Force ha d been married t<vYe before this, both of her former husbands having died She is a native of Clay- ton, later residing in Watertown. They will make their home in Providence , R. I . where Mrs. Force conduct s a business. ' ROA D TIME TABLE ,'ised April 24. lt*27 > South an d Wwt NY. 4 . . 7 0S a. m. NY. 4 connects with Wilson Flyer for Syracuse leaving Watertown a t 8:30 No. 10 !• 15 a. m. (The Northern New Yorker) (Arrives at Syracuse at 12:3<» noon) HA I No. No. No. No. No. No. No No No. NY. No. No. 12: ,4 Sundav Onlv) t»0 8 4:5 7 North and EaM « Daily Except Sunday ) 21 1 Daly _. 5 Daily e 3 Daily _ 707 Sundi 11: OS 2:o7 r> 2 o c.pt Sun._ 7 : 20 10-26 only _.10:25 Mr. an d Mrs. George Mayhew of Gouverneur were th e guests of Mr. an d Mrs. Joseph Paquett Monday Mr. an d Mrs. Clarence Bean an d Hober t Daniels attended th e funeral of Arthur Backu s at Antwerp Sun- day. Mr. Daniels wa s emplyod by Mr. Backus on the road near The- resa a t th e time of his death . Miss Wanata Shaw is spendin g he r vacation with Fre d Peck an d friend of North Gouverneur . Mr. an d Mrs. E. E. Tanner an d daughter of Watertown spent Sun- day with Mr. an d Mrs. Henry Goss- man. Mr. son. NY daughter. Mrs. Leo King, an d family at Newto n Fairs. Mrs. Youngs and daughter. Isabel nd Mrs Albert Baxter and son. spent Sunday with their ing to the Statut e in such cases made ! an d provided. Notice is hereby given! to all persons havin g claims agains t j the estate of Bernard George Parker. late of Gouverneur in said county, ' deceased, thatt they a*e required to exhibit th e same , witji the vouchers criber, at 214 j the Village, of Gouverneur in'vsaid/Yunty , on or be- ! fore thv 16th rfay/Jf September next. Dora L. \Parker. Executrix. Dated. March 3rd, 1927. James C. Dolan. Att'y. Gouverneur. N. Y. 4w26 riuiuu me ssiimr, «ii thereof, to th e subi East Main Street i/ EDWARDS BRANCH , leaving Gouvt-rnfur. [ I >.r.lv t'Xi ept Sundav » Daily ex< ept Sundav J«: 4 0 Daily except Sunda y 6:3 o Sunda y only __K' 30 Arrive at Gouverneur Daily except Sundav 10:05 Daily exce.pt Sunday 7:5 0 Sunda y only 11:5 0 I/oaviitg Etlwartlti .Daily except Sunda v ^» 30 Daily except Sundav 7:1 5 Sunday only 11:15 a. P- a. a. P- a. a. P- a. m m m m m m m m m DOGS All Dog Licviw*** Expir e o n June 80 The 1927 License Fee Is Du e July 1 Every dog must wear a ta g of th e curren^ dog license year. A do g NOTICE Pursuant to a n Order of Hon . Cey- lon G. Chanev. Surrogate of th e County of St. Lawrence , an d accord- i *ithout^uch ta g is not protecte d by ing to th e Statute in such cases made iaw aDtl no action can be maintained and Miss Lucille Hall of Gouverneur j an d provided. Notice Is hereby give-n fo ' his injury or destruction, attended th e school picnic Friday. jt o all persons hfavir^- claims against An unlicensed dog may be seized Emerv Savage of Cincinnati is ' th e estat e of qharif-s Labadee , latg.- anti killed, an d th e fact that a dog visiting'his nephew. Joseph Paquett. I of Fine, in sajdi'ounty., deceased, is withou t a ta g is presumptive evi and family. | that they are. rqq/ired to exhibit th e denc a that the dog/s ^licensed, George Get man an d Maurice Bean spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Getman at Carthage. * ijdi 1 ounty d« fq/ired to exh *Jroucher jrouche r ther Mrs. David Premo an d daughter. Lillian, left Monday for Seneca Falls where they will be th e guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kreuter for a few days. They were accompanied by Wilbur Premo and daughter. Mar- garet, of Gouverneur . Mrs. Phillip Trave r and son. Ken - ' neth. of Gouverneur. spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bean. Charlie Empso n an d Maurice Bean attended th e Ringling Brothers cir- cus at Watertown Thursday. Mis« Hazel McDonald of Gouver- neur was th e guest of he r sister, i Mrs. Kenneth Pernice. i Mrs. Lamb an d daughter of Hailesboro were th e guests of Mr. :and Mrs. H. Bowen Sunday . Mr. an d Mrs. Kenneth Pernice spent Sunday at Massena visiting realtives. Mr. an d Mrs. Jo e Savage were th e guest s of Mr. an d Mrs. Wesley Smith of Pop e Mills. | Mr. an d Mr?. Jason Smit h an d Mr. an d Mrs. Lawrence Beaman were business callers at Watertown Sat- urday. Mrs. Carl Greenley of Adams spent Sunday with he r mother, Mrs. Wes- ley Card, an d sister. Mrs. Deibert Foy. ime. with tha thereof, to' D ° K licenses tfUMff be obtained th- subscriber, ^u his store in the from th e Clerk csrtfce city or town Village of Edwards, in said County, where th e dog is hirbored or kept. on or before th e 31st day of Decern- License Fees Araas Follows: ber next. -MALE DOG - -A- Dated. June 16th, 1927 . ! FEMALE IHHi - . J. N. McLeod, i sPAYED FEMALE DOG Executor. Arthur T. Johnson. Attorney. Gouverneur. N. Y. !0w20 NOTIC E Pursuant to an Order of Hon . Cey- lon G. Chancy, Surrogate of th e County of St. Lawrence , an d accord- ing to th e Statut e in siifh oases made and provided. Notice ii hereby given 11 persons having ^laims against/?Yar a list ,/sion of th thy estat e of Stephen late of town of Fowle r deceased, tha t they exhibit the. same, wi thereof, to th e subsc fice in th e V, said Count y of Januarv. lv»2 Char Dated. June Arthur T. Gouverneur. Van Namee/ n said county. required to the voucher s ber. at his of- Gouverneur in ore th e 1st da y Van Namee, Administrator. 92.25 5.23 2.2 5 No license can be issued for less tha n th e full license fee. The owne r of a dog wh o fails o r refuses to obtain a license for th e dog as require d by law incur s a penalty of $10.00 an d costs. The assessors of towns an d th e police departments of cities ar e re - quired to prepare in June of each of dog owners. The oniis- ' name of an owne r from the assessors' or police list will no t excuse the owner from obtainin g a license. Att'y, 20w20 SOUTH HAMMOND Hammond. June 21—An ace ident of serious proportions occurred about 4:3 0 Sunda y afternoon four miles west of Theresa on th e Water- town-Theresa highway near Pierce's railroad crossing when Mr. an d Mrs. Willia m Brodie of South Hammond tipped over in their Ford sedan , suf- . fering shock an d severe bruises. > Mr. an d Mrs. Brodie ha d been I visiting Mrs. Brodie's brother. Harry E. Workman, 226 Flower avenue, east. Watertown, and wer e returning i to thei r home in Sout h Hammond. Mrs. Brodie was driving th e car and was about to make a right turn when a rear tire blew out. She lost con- trol of th e machin e which went in- to the ditch, tipped over on its side an d slid for a distance of som e feet before coming to a stop. A passing motorist happened along shortly after th e accident an d telephoned to Bicklehaupt's garag e in company of Theresa, which dispatche d a ca r to ' bring Mr. an d Mrs. Brodie to There - sa, wher e they wer e taken to th e ' Makepeace hospital for medical tention . no bones ha d been broken but Mrs. Br.rdi^ was bruised on th e head, th e , side an d th e face while Mr. Brodie ' ha d severe bruise* on the head, shoulder, right hand an d nose. It is j considered miraculous that neither (occupant of the car wa s r;:r by i broken glass. Or^ side of th e ma - chine in which they ha d been driving ] wa s a complete w-r^ck. The injured couple ha d improved sufficiently Sunday evenin g so that they could be 'ak^r. to th^ir home by a neighbor. George Kice of South Ha mm or. d NOTIC E Pursuant to an order of Hon . Cey- lon G. Chanev, Surrogate of th e County of Su Lawrence , an d accord- ing to th e Statute in such cases made and provided. Notice is hereb y given to all persons havin g claims agains t the. estate of Alice M. Whitney, late of Gouverneur in said county, de - ceased, that they are required to exhibit th e same.v with th e vouchers thereof, to th e subscriber, at the Office of Nathan W. Whitney in th e Village of Gouverneur , in said Coun- ty, on or before tfce 31s t da y of August, next. t Dated. February I6tlf. 1927 . Lillian S. MacKenzie. Nathan W . Whitney, Executors. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE ROSSIE, N. Y^ June 2 Hyde's 7 Syncopators i C. Arthur Parker. Attorney. Gouverneur. N. Y. 3w26 I Get the most out of your Buick itnow ^ buy No by'tfemoaftraigbt-cwvyorMflL For the Baie k farfa«*tittQ«Tod. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE | State of New York, Supreme Court, County of St. Lawrence-—Gouverneur : Savings an d Loa n Association, Plain- j tiff, agains t James M. Negus , Laura Negus, Defendants. I In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure an d sale granted in th e above entitled action, and entere d in ! St. Lawrence County Clerk's ofTice on j the 1st da y of June, 1927 . I. Arthur \ T Johnson, th e undersigned . Referee ' Examrna\tion\disclo7ed'that in v s » id Judgment named will sell at j public auction at the office of Geo. | W. Parker in th e Village of Gouver- neur, N. Y.. on the 14t h da y of July. 1927. at one o'clock P. M., th e prem- \ ise? de?rribe.d in said Judgment, as j follows, viz.: All That Tract or Parcel of Land I situat e in th e Village of Gouverneur,! County of St. Lawrence an d State of j New York, an d described a s follows: Known as Lot No. 35 of Hazelton's survey of the Bate's land :nto Village.. lots for Charle? P. Egert an d Charles j Anthony an d the same premise s here - ' tofore conveyed by th e said Charles P. Egert an d Charles Anthony to '• ilJohn Shaver, being th e Bame prem- lises conveyed to Cynthi a A. Merri-' 30 \GLAD\ $100 BULBS for Glowing crimsoni ffeme apri- cot, giant white, raiiant rose, sparkling satoon, /fl^jxSn to cream, \earliesj/91 ail\ pink and golden gian t arradiolus, 30 \pep- py\ blooming size bulbs (1H to \ in. ) of these fine varieties Bent, mixed, on receipt of 11.00. If planted this month these will bloom splendidly this year. FRED L. ASHWORTH HEUVELTON, N. Y. 1 —The Od d served a beef m. on Thurs- Diana Lodge HARRISVILLE HarriFv-.;:e. Ju^e : Feilows of Harrisville steak supper at €:30 p day to th e members o 92* F & A M. Mrs RoBe Muir is very'ill a t he r home on Maple street- E P. Lake an d daughter have re- turned from Atlanti c City where they attended th e Shriner's Convention. Merril Baaaett is home from CLarksc-c college. Potsdam summer vacation maa by Hiram H. Sprague an d wife and Henry W. Sprague and wife by deed date d May 29th. 1888 . an d recorde d in St. Lawrence County Clerk's office June 30th, 1888 . in Liber 129-A of Deeds a t page 483 Exceptin g an d reserving tnerefrom a certai n piece or parcel of land deeded by Adelaide Cynthia Merri- man to William MclntyTe by deed ( dated January 2»th. 1891, an d or th e recorde d in 8t. Lawrence County 1 Clerk's office January 30th. 181 1 in Thomas Brickley of Palmer Fa'.is Liber 134-A of Deeds a t pag e 5«8 . spe-nt Sunday w;t h relative* in thif an d de*cr.bed as follows, vii ^•^e^ All That Tract or ParceJ of Lan d Mr. an d Mr?. J. L. Humes. Mr.'utuate in th e Town an d Village of and Mrs Frank Johnson. Mr*. Bower Gouverneur, County of St, Lawrence A:>n Mrs David Gardner. Harland and State of New York, and described Sidman . Ra y Hammer. Mr an d Mrs ,M follow? Beginnin g in th e W«t LANDON'S CLEANERS and DYERS Watertown, N. Y. Ov AfepresentatiTC Will Be m A/•) gouverneur Mondays and Thursdays TELEPHONE 27S-J W. Call For a*. Defrrtr GOUVERNEUR OO WED JUNE LL Sherman Valentine an d Miss Mabel Wi.der spent Friday in Watertown Bernard riyun was home from Cortland . N Y . for ow th e week- end. Miss Mary Brady purchased a new Chevrolet coupe during th e past I M- Th* OH to bay • d* the fax AUTOMOBILES HJTCX WILL BLTLD SEAIER-GRAVES MOTOR CO. GoavnuiEu*, n. T. margin of Park Street a t th e south- easterly corner of th e Eddy Lo t an d runt thenc e along tae southerl y line o! th e Bddy Lot 8. 80% deg. W. one chain an d 5p links to th e northeast- erly corner of th e Farley Lot ; then.-e along th e easterly line of th e Farley Lot S 9\ deg. E. on e chain 13 1 * hnks ^\ 5 fee: i to a corner, thence north iOK deg. E parallel with the first mentioned l.ne. on e chain 50 link* to th e we*t*rly margin of Park Stre>:: thenc e along the westerly marg = of Park Street N. 9 \ deg. W. one chain 1$S links to th e place of beginning Also excepting an d re - serving from th e said premise s 10 fe*t of this above mentioned lot, ad - Joining th e lot of Charles C. Donald thei r mother during on th e westerly side of the above 'mentioned lot. 125 feet in length an d 10 feet wide. Be!ng the sam e premise s conveyed to James M. Nef-os hy CTsarle* C. Donald an d Or* Donald fcy deed M-anger of Watertown is impending some time a t th e home of [ber daughter. Mr» O E. Grave*. !| Bern tc Mr an d Mr s Ro y Lancor. June I s a daughter . Miit« Ce';e*tia S-.dman is cotSned ;to he r hom e by nines * ] Ms* Jennie Meade visited friends In Wstertcwn dnriag th e past week Mr and Mrs Arthur Marr of Can- ton were railed to town by th e »er- ious .'.!ne*s o' the past week Fred E Whipple ha s returned frorc Washington, where h e attended a meeting of th * Bankers associa- tion. R A La.df wa s heme from Wan- ak^ra for *v*r -± c we-ek-end Af*er *~~zi'zg *.!* w**k-erd a: the:r ho=^t »c re Van e W»ugh. E d Flrnn and Df F-re*t Carter returned tc :h*:r work it P.-m e Mrs Natha- Squares «? Carthage visited her parents. Mr an d Mrs. Nelson ? t LawrencA. during the past week TERRYST* BIG OftMMKAl Uncle Tom's Cabin TINt SNOW 3»a-Sltct«lll|l1UI-3H AND (g$ ATTEND GOUVERNEUR'S FIRST FREE COOKING SCHOOL Every woman in Northern New York is in- vited whether cooking by electricity, coal- oil or wood. YOU WILL ENJOY THE MUSICAL PROGRAM 2 to 2:30 P.M. Gralyn Theatre, June 28th Sponsored by ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY UTILITIES, INC with the following Gouverneur Merchants: C. ,P, Collins J. E. McAllaater A. Katxman & Son Roy Enos Severance Bros. Alien & Ritchie Gay Deans A. Saidei Crystal Palace Taitt Music Stow 'W. AT THE GRALYN THEATRE. GOLVERNEUR TUESDAY. JUNE 21 AND 28. MONDAY AND da-*j De^eaber Sth. 1»24 . an d recorded .z St- Lawrence County; Clerk' s office February \'-h. 1*25. i n I Libr 225 oi De*d* at page 215. Da:*<; a t GoBTemeur. N Y this 1st day of Joaa. 192\ - Arthcr T Johaaott. Geo W Parker. Referee Plaintiff ? Att'y. Gc-art-zevr N* T. IJwgc ionstif WifrprMf Twrtt > 2 BAMD COWCOTTS DAILY 2 BUFF A tO BRIE ftL CL£VEU*b CBX8P0KT East ov West A restful night on Lake Erie will add eojoytxhent t o you r crtp* Three Palatial CAB Steamer* Th# Gr** Skip \SEEA-VPSEE\ - \CrTY OT 1KB\ •»d \crrr or BUTFALO- Xjr^jmxtd ffco-.-x*. trtcWiaf large ctr* etn a amtttoemm (tk»t er.«e-* • ionf tufb DAKT^MAVI* TO NOVEMBER Utk Each Way Every Night B«tw««* Buffalo and Cleveland Leaving a: S-CC p. tn-, srrrriag at 7JC t» m. care Scsadard T«n* NTW ERIE DTVTSION »». c & « <«••<»« -crrr OF our-. u«— q >• n I MBfca. )•*? » to Sapc. sccv lUtdDcw* lUaatUp 5 X p •». Lor^ . M.kv K- Y. . . A**+m Mia le-K p ta. Ar-i * ... fena, P*. . . . . L*»*t tSJX m. *. 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