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gtiJMjMHM the Madrid EeMd, April A, Wt4 1 IHIitary Styles for Women Real Military Footwear that is typical of the tendency of the times in many colors and patterns—straight heels, serviceable soles, and altogeth- er er a smart shoe for business or dress— Tan vamp with brown suede [j: iop, $8.00. k- ' Tan patent vamp with tan |; ClOth top $7.00. Dark Brown vamp with tan ^ cloth top $7.00. Gray kid vamp with gray E cloth top, $8.00. Plain brown kid and calf, $5.50 to $c>5e '•' There s style for every taste and size for every foot Neat Fitting Spats in All Shades, $2.00 and Up. BURKES' Ogdensburg, N*Y. St Lawrence County Savings Bank 70 State Street, Ogdensburg, N. Y. 1 > One Dollar Opens an Account. Sayings Bank in New York the safest place for your money in the United States Remember our Name and Street Correspondence Solicited I Andrew Irving, President James E. Kelly, Treasurer : • 1 >' >WMW'M 11 M\MMH»».H.4.»4.»».K.»»<.»»».H.»<.»»»»»»»» I »»,|>» I »* Ives' Pharmacy Brags, Chemicals, Toilet Articles «: PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY—CALL US. Manufacturer Ives' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites * + Frederick. Ives, $ + Phone 541-M 80 Ford Street Ogdensburg, N. Y. + •*•••••*•++++++*++**++**•+ *+*+**+*+*+#****m+*++.+++ * Basketball Games A double game of basketball will be played in the Opera House Saturday evening April 6, at 8:30 oclock. The Girls, Town team play against Winihrop High School team the first part of the evening. The Crescents of Mad- rid play against a Potsdam boys, team the latter part of the even- ing.. Admission 17c and 28c. W.S. •.'-*-• , The Editor's Front Yard Dump Get a hump to that dump, bring the stump and the rump, fetch the crump, the old pump, any lump, with a bump and a jump. bul no grump nor a mump; hurl the cjuftip at the chump, swat the frump, or the mump, who would slump, from that tump, throw them, plurnp in the sump—play your trump I ^- W. S, B. -^ \Just For Fun\. A bright up^to-date society play, will be presented by young people people of the village who have had experience in dramatic effort before, Careful rehearsal for two months and excellent train- ing have put them in condition for a f}ije rendering of this catchy little comedy. The following are the members of the cast:— Mrs. Fiizgerald Mandeville de Smythe, awould be society leader, Mrs. $. B. Strait. Miss Edith Morton, her niece, a western heiress, Miss Hazel Crump, Mi*s Mabel West, a friend of 1918 |(K« many dosljftlile positions In store for thoim who DftOUro n oournfl of praotlciil training In tlie ALBANY BUSINESS COLLEGE Time short* Expenses moderate. Tor catalogue imiar»«i)OABNBI/I, -k H01T, Albany, N, T. Miss Morton's, Miss Leon K Myers. Miss Jane McCarthy, an Irish maidservant, Miss Ruth Graves. Lord Chelsea, an English noble- man, Howard Thompson, Jack Earl, his friend, a happy- go- lucky fellow, Willie \lden . Ths comedy develops the situa- tions arising from playful changes of names by the characters who are led through many interesting and amusing situations to a final happy conclusion. Lots of tun all the way through. Remember the date, Friday eveing, April i?tb, 8:15, new time. -^- w. a. * — Utter From John Tyndall With the Colors ) March 13,1918 J Dear Bill:—Just a few lines to let you know that we are at the rifle range now. We left our camp at 6 130 Monday morning and took the train as far as Cqfmp Abello, and we had twelve miles to walk to the range. We left Camp Abello at 10130 and got here at 4 oclock; is some place. We are at the foot of the Blue Ridge mountains. We are all well and didn't mind the- hike at all. This morning we started shooting. All we have to make is 105 points out of 175. I maae 143 points on the 100-yard range; 48 out of 50 on the 150-yard, and 55 out of 75 on the 3ooyard. Tiiis last was the hardest; b*e- caute we had to use the battle- sight foi five shots, and the battle-sight is for 500 yards. Then we had to shoot five shots with the bayonet off 4 which made the gun jump more and harder^ to hold. Now don't woiry if you don't hear from me for a while, because we haven't any lights in our tents except candles, and ours is almost burnt out, and we don't have much time to our- selves. Best regards to all. Affectionately John Camp Wads worth — w. s, s. — optmwl mice qvaiifj ftfc v«cy m&fr- er*J» prieo», Herald Offie*. MADRID LOCALS Allen Turner of Madrid Bank was the Easter guest of his par- ents in Ogd. A. D. Whitney went to Albany on business last Wednesday re- turning Saturday. Miss Florence Hallof Chipman has been visiting her friend, Blanche Wheeler, tor a few days. Miss Mary Newby has been visiting her brother; John Dandy, and family in Canton for some days. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Merkley were guest's in Norwood last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. John Pringle. Mrs. George Kingston of Chase Mills was an over-Sunday visitor of her mother, Mrs. Amanda Pryce. Miss Winnie Bush of Brock- ville Business College came Fri- day to visit her parents until Monday. Miss Leona Myers, left Satur- day to visit for a week with her friend, Miss Caroline Thompson, in Syracuse, Walter Andrew of Potsdam came Saturday to spend Easier with-his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Andrew. Mrs. James Boulton and Miss Vivian Petrie of Plessis came last Friday as Easter guests of Mrs. W. P. Garrett. Mrs. Margaret Cranston and daughter, Miss Marion, of Nor- wood came Friday to visit their relatives in town over Easter. Oil Monday livening tht; ladies of. the W. C. f. U. will meet with Mrs. Olive Ricalton, Mrs. Dailey has charge of the meeting. Mrs. Jane Rutherford of Ogd. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adam O. Rutherford and Miss Getty Rutherford at Madrid Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Clark . and family are moving- from a farm in West Potsdam info the house of Mrs. Margaret Lawrence on Depot-st. Spring approaches steadily, the ice and snow disappearing almost w .oily from the roads, so. that auto travel has been good between Waddington and Mad- rid since Monday. Harold and Mayfxed McDon- ough, accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. Maud Liddle, went Satur- day to Potsdam to visit a few days at the farm home of Mr. anu Mrs. N. B. Perrin. Mrs. Alice Stevens lost the sight of her left eye about three weeks ago, it is believed from the bursting of a bloodvessel. For some days she was confined to her room but is able to be around the house. . Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crandall received & telegram Friday that a son, Robert Stuart, was born to Rev. and Mrs. Alban H. Mc- Knight at Naples, N. Y. Con- gratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Crandall on their second grand- child. Mrs. Sarah Arney accompan- ied Miss Lanie Short to her home ; on Croils Island Saturday, cross ing to Dickinson's Landing, where she will visit her cousin, Mrs. Ransome, Miss Eva Bullock and Mrs. Ransom Connolly ai Wales, besides several other rela- tives, being absent about a week. Miss Olive Middlemiss resign- ed from her work in John A. Andrew's laundry last Friday, and Mrs. Mary Pinney, formerly employed there tor several years, again takes up the work. Many friends of Mrs. Pinnty are pleas- ed, that she has returned from Ogd.'to her own home. Mrs. Fred Fisher is carrying her arm in a sling disabled by the dislocation of a small bone. Joseph Mullin injured his shoulder and hip by being thrown off his sled when a runner caught on railroad tie. Albert H. Bul lard has been quite ill the past week, also Mrs. Zinai Bellinger. An Easter postal card shower was senUMiss Mary Jane Ruther- ford, who is still in very ill health at the home of Mrs. Polly Ruth erford. Madrid High School closed Friday for an Easter vacation of a week. Miss Mary E. Purdy left on the same afternoon for her home in Canandaigua and Miss Jerrine Hutchinson for Hetvelton. Principal and Mrs. S. B. Strait and little son Wen dell left Saturday to sper«d the week with their paternal relatives- at Stockholm. Mrs. G. Stuart Curtis resigned her position as teacher in Primary room, where she has been sucr. an efficient and greatly beloved instructor, and Mtss Jennie McNulty of Massena has been engaged for the vacancy. miiii&mm*jmmmmmimm^^ litiifTiin r t mtummitm Homer Rutherford of Potsdam was the Easter guest of George Newby. Miss Mollie I. Morgan came home last Saturday from Conifer for three weeks' vacation. Charles H. Fenton is compelled to rest from active business for a time because of ill health. Miss Mabel Green of Massena arrived Saturday, and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Goldie. • : Miss Vivian Petrie of Carthage and Mrs. -James Polton of Plessis, were Easter guests at the M. E. parsonage. Mrs. Hiram A. Murdle went last Friday to Massena with her son Harold and wife, returning home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Macdon- ald entertained over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Macdonald and sen Leonard of Pyrites. Mr. and Mrs. David Bellinger went last week to Johnstown to spend several days with Mrik, Bellinger's aged mother. Mrs. Oscar Wilson and son, Wendell, ,of Heuyeltont visited last week at the home; of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilson. Mrs. James Fraught©!!., and; children of Norwood visited ; over- Sunday with her parents, Mr* and Mrs. Angus Macdonald'. Leave your order seed corn* Golden Ensilage, 90-day.. Dent,. Genesee Giant Flint with Jn© k T, Robinson, Madrid Springs 40tf Mrs. E. H. Cady 19 able to be out afte$ a two weeks, attack of grip. * Rev. D. C. White of St. John's church in Ogd. held a communion service at St. Philip's church Wednesday morning at nine oclock. Wm. J Stone- has engaged to wqik for Geo. W. Sisson to have charge of Mr. Sisson's barns at Sissonvslle and will remove there with hie family within two weeks, Laeut. David C. Merriman of Ogd. hasf been transferred from, the training camp at San Antonio, Texas, to a concentration camp at Morrison, Va., having been given a staff appointment with the title of adjutant. Many Mad- rid friends are pleased at hi* pro- motion. He was graduated as second lieutenant at Fort Niagara In December and transferred to the Signal Corps, Aviation Divis- ion, at Kellyfield, Texas. -^ W. ft 8. Moving the Clock? an Hour Ahead Last Saturday night we all— 'most all, anyway—moved our clocks an hour ahead, and now we don't notice the difference. We just go to bed an hour earlier and, get up an hour earlier. Ex- cept some farmers who have to gel their milk ready an hour earlier for the team that hauls it to the station and consequently have to rise at four oclock or earlier. CHIPMAN April 2—Miss Blanche Wheeler of Madrid is spending a week with her friend Florence Hall. Willi&m Porteous and sea Earl have purchased a new. Interna-) tional 8-16.tractor from- Charles B. Wright of Lisbon. George F. Short has returned from the A. Barton* Hepburn. Hospital slightlp improved from the treatments he received. The many friends of. Andrew Veitch are glad to know he is at home from the A. Barton Hep- burn Hospital and feeling fine. Floyd Brower and Miss Jessie Robertson of Massena and Miss Edna Robertson of Potsdam* were* guests for a few days ol Rev. and Mrs. James Robertson. Miss Margaret Veitch of; Schnectady aud the Misses Ruih Veitch and Helen Fife of Bojts«, riam Normal are \spending: thek Easter vacation wMi their .parents. Richard Brown and William Styles jr. returned from Buffalo. Saturday afternoon ha.vkvg assist- ed E. R. Rutherford m bringing; 11. Foru cars, one of which was a sedan to Waddington. Prof. Adam A. Walker of Albany, James Walker,of Water- town and Miss Margaret Walker Schenectady are enjoying their Easter vacation with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. James P. Walker and Miss Jane Elliott, The best wishes of many friends follow Clark Stearns, who ieft with ths contingent from Ogd. Monday for Camp. Di^ % N.\ J. This is the second 30B of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stearns to answer his country's call, Robert the eldest enlisting in the Navy a 3 tew weeks ago. Monday afternoon John* E. Ratberford had the rnisfortup.e to cut his left foot so badly witht ; the axe that he is. con(la»e4,*o bed. Mr, Rutherford was helps ing Roy Henry in his sugar woods at the time o^ the accident and suffered a great loss of blood Defore Dr. Cleland of Lisbon ar- rived. The cut is in the iniide of the instep and severed two cords and an artery. His many triends hope for his speedy re- covery. he jumped down. The handle of the fork, pentrated the rectum, puncturing the intestines. Dr. Cleland was -summoned and ad- ministered a hypodermic and advised his immediate removal to the A. Barton. Hepburn, Hospi- tal, realizing that his case was one that needed not only the best of medical, but also the best of surgical, skill. Dr. Madill, who had been notified of his coming, was awaiting his arrival, and he was placed upon the operating table immediatiately, remaining there over four hours* while tke noted sugeon attended to hie in- juries. His suffering from the time of the accident, until he was near the city when the hypoder- mic took effect, was terrible. He is an only child of Mrs. Nellie Graham. His father, the late Samuel Graham, while on a trip through the country, was so terribly injured in automobile accident November 5, 191-8, that, upon being removed to a Water- town hospital, he died after a few weeks of suffering.on Satur- day, .November a^jh*. Mtich Sympathy is expressed for the young man and his mother, and .young wife, but his recovery now seems fairly well assured, won- derful as it seems, W. ft. 8; Fertiliser Agency Transferred Owing to the sickness of Will- iam C, Bradley, the lo^a 1 agency for the Buffalo Fertilizer C^. has been transferred to Thomas Bradley & Son, Madrid Springs, who will soon be supplied with a stock of fertilizer which already is in transit. Messrs. Bradley & Son will render the public good service in this line and I com- mend them to all in need of fertilizer. JAS. R . LINDLKY Potsdam, N. Y. W. 8. 8. MADRID LOCALS I Country People Demand Good Goods, Good Style and good quality when buying FOOTWEA R Our goods constitute all these elements, and why not give.us a call the next time you are in the market for FINE FOOTWEAR I Our stock is large, our styles are various and you will make no mistake by giving, us an opportunity to serve you. 68 Ford St. & Frasfii Ogdensburg •MK^'M^++<^<^^*<^^+*+<W*** l 4^^++4H>+4-*+4-'H'+*+++**+*4-++ EASTER WEEK GREETING FROM | McGcrmick's Clothing and Millinery House I t Mrs. McCormick sincerely thanks her friends and £ customers for the generous patrenage the past season and * she can assure you that during her two weeks in New York 2 she has purchased an elegant stock of Millinery—beautiful T shapes and trimmings of all kinds. Pattern hats, no two + alike. + THE CHARMING POKE HAT | Jap straw, lisere finish, medium size drooping sailor and the J close fitting hat with side roll a very new, smart looking ± form, corner effect, and many others. Just call and you T can see for yourself. Prices are within the reach of all. + I Ladies Suits, Coats, Dresses and Waists | DISTRICT NO. 26 April night! Mrs. Anson Foster is ill and is under the care of Dr. Cleland. Mr. Foster, who has a position in Wa'tertown, is at home during her*illness. She las anemia., and heart troub'e. Her many friends vtfifeh her a speedy re- covery. A very sad accident occurred last week on a farm about 3 miles, from Lisbon village, when a young farmer. Merrill Graham, was terribly injured by befog impaled on a pitchfork. He had been in the upper part of his barn pitching down hay. When he had finished, he threw down the fork into the hay below, then Mrs. Henry Mayette is g)un- ing-after-se»e*al week* sickness from grip. Mr. and. Mrs, John Monique entertained their friends** dinner on Monday Thursday and Fri- day* Mrs. W. J. Brouse entertained eight young people oa Friday evening, it being a red cross benefit. James Thompson of Syracuse- Hard freezes everyjjwas in town on Friday being called here to-attend the funeral of his cousin John Ricalton-, Miss Ethel M. Campbell of Evans Mj'ls Spent from Thursday UBtil Sunday with friends in town.. Miss ,Camp^el! has re- ceived a very flattering raise-of sjfrlairy and will relieve to her position as teacher in the Evans Mills school fair another year. Mm Longer N«w Qocda. Dorothy's little brother nr?Jir«i(l, r#- «rat}y mad Dorothy beckqsf ttwlft a*- »»ched to hhn. One day »he WAR ml«- cbjeyoui Bftd M panUh#ent I thre»t- •Ofd to send her tlttl* brother back. MADRID LOCALS Dr. B. P. Qwain came home from Mbntreal for Easter, Mrs. 0413m meeting him at Brushton-, where they briefly visited his people Mrs. ' Maria Frost returned from her visit at Frank Powell's, Norwood, to spend Easter with Mrs. Julia Powell and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Aitehisom This is the time to begin to think about having your old car- pets made into soft, beautiful rugs. Write for booklet. Mrs. O, A. Babcock, Madrid, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Craig entertained the? following over Easter : Mr. and Mrs. Amos W. Blood of Norwood^ Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Johnson of Massena, Arthui Craig of Buffalo, Merton Craig of Binghamton.. Geraid Lynch, aged nine years, fell last week Tuesday upon the\ steps of his .home at Madrid Springs and bruised his nose severely, so that it has been painful. This week he has the grip and feels that he has a double portion of affliction. Lauris E. Kelly, cashier oi Madrid B .nk is taking a few days' vacafion. On Tuesday afternoon he visited his unc!e» James O. Short, and family, in Waddington. On Wednesday afternoon he left for New York City, to visit his cousin, George A. Short, formerly of Madrid, who is in the U. S. Navy. His object in taking the trip is to volunteer his services for enlist- ment in the Navy, preferring., that branch of the service. He accompanied a friend also in the Navy, B.J. Cummings of Mas- sena, who was granted a fur- lough because of the illness and death of his father. r. W. 8. 8. -*- , Stalner's Crucifixion The united choirs of the M, E. and Congregational churches on Friday evening rendered Stainer's choice-and somber, classic «'The Cfueifixion,\ in the M. E. church to an audience that completely filled it, some even being turned away. The following were the singers: sopranos, Mrs. Jas. W. Aitchison, Mrs. A. W. Hawkins, Mrs. G. Stuart Curtis, Mrs. E. T. Clements, Mrs. E. E. Mc- Knighti; altos, Mrs. Frederic J. Merriman, Mjss Luella Wilson ; tenors, Allen C. Meeker, S. Burton Stiait, Rev. Edgar T. Clements j basses Arthur W. Hawkins*, Elmer E. McKnight, James R. Aitchison, John A. Andrew. For a village as small as Mad- rid and with as little trained vocal talent, such an attempt is very presuming, but, as is usual with Mr.- Hawkins, his energy- and ability as a musical director carried the enterprise through to % successful and very pleasing conclusion. Even the tender and intricate harmonies were executed with an e3ccellentde,gree of p«ecision> while the menV voices were particularly rich and strong. Mr. Hawkins' solo work was fully up to his own high standard, if not better. Such renditions contribute distinctly and generously to. the cultivation of a choice musical taste,especial- ly among the young. I W. 8. S. • \ Ralph Kelly of Ogd. spent Easter with friends in toivn. — .W. S. 8.; Village Residence to be Sold at Auction Oa Saturday, April 20, 1918, at two oclock p» na. I will offer my residence property in Madrid village at Public Auction. This property consists of a house in first clags repair with waterworks, bathroom, electric lights, hot air furnace, four bedrooms; reception room finished in butternut with open stairway leading to cham- bers; large china closets built in. Extra good barn; lot contains 60-roo acre; all beautifully and centrally located on Depot street; Sale on the premises 1 ; terms announced day of sale. James E. Thompson, Owner, 411 West Colyin st., Syracuse, N. Y. John H. Wade^Auc. +4*46 W. S. 8. -— AUCTION SALES I will sell at public auction at ' my farm about two miles from Waddington village on Tuesday, April 16, 1918, a complete assort- ment of farming utensils consist- ing of wagons, buggies, machin- ery, harnesses and household effects. Sale begins at one oclock sharp. Walter Kinney, Owner • W, J. Mein, Auctioneer. W. 8. 8. '— . g - This issue of the Madrid Her- ald fe late because of the lateness of jfrrival of our papers from New York due to the -blockade Of igaods that comes by express, owi-ag to war conditions*. (Dur- ing the past year war conditions also have compelled is to use r-eadiyprints, that is. four pages printed in New York and four .pages printed at home.) FREE!! Hi@tures for Framing Of The Allied Leaders PlRSHINi HAIG FREE!! SM DAILY Orttr Your Paper To-Dajr

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