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DKIEF H0TE5 FROA finnGHKETT Mrs. H a rry Leek w e n t to th e city W e d n e s d a y f o r a sh o r t s tay. M rs. C linton Edw a rds r e c e n tly vis­ ited h e r p a r e n ts a t S h e lter Island. M rs. R. D. Snow d en sp e n t last T h u rsday visiting a t E a s t H a m p ton Charlie Erickson has been hom e th e past week on acco u n t o f an in­ fected hand. M rs. R alph P a rsons is v i s it i n g h e r m o ther, M rs. C. W . B e n n e tt, a t th e W ind Mill cottage. Miss A n n ie Gosm an has been vis­ iting fo r tw o weeks, w ith h e r re la ­ tives in N e w Jersey . M rs. Jam e s E ickhorn, J r . , who has been ill d u rin g th e p a s t week, has ab o u t recovered from h e r indisposi­ tion. M iss E d ith E d g a r, of G reenport, visited re c e n tly w ith M iss Agnes M u rray a t h e r hom e on th e Mon- tau k road. A lfred S h e rm a n , of th e C o a st G u a rds, who has been th ro u g h an op­ eratio n a t th e M a rine H o s p ital, is a t hom e convalescent. Real estate ag e n t W m . M. T e r ry has re n te d th e B a k e r bungalow on M e e ting H o u se lan e to D r. Moss, of th e N a v a l A ir S tation a t M o n tauk. The ja n i t o r ’s w o rk a t th e Red C ross w o rk room s is being w e ll ta k ­ en care of this m o n th by M iss E lla H a m m o n d an d M iss E th e l B e n n e tt. P resto n M u lford, an electrician in th e R e m ington A rm s fa c to r y in H o ­ boken, sp e n t th e first o f last w eek w ith his p a r e n ts, M r. an d M rs. Geo. M u lford, o f A m a g a n s e tt. M rs. Geo. Conklin, who w e n t to th e P o s t G r a d u a te H o s p ital f o r t r e a t ­ m e n t l a s t week, is still a t t h e hospit­ al and a t th e tim e o f th is w r itin g has n o t as y e t been operated upon. M rs. E. M. C a r tw r ig h t and daugh­ te r , of S o u tham p ton, visited w ith M rs. G e o rge V. S c h e llinger and Mrs. H a r r y T. C o n k lin on S a tu r d a y and S u n d a y , tak i n g in th e Red Cross dance. H e n ry L. Leek had th e m isfo rtu n e to sp rain his an k le q u ite badly last S a tu r d a y m o rning. As this is th e second tim e t h e sam e ankle h a s been sprained, it will probably be som e little tim e m ending. A com m ittee of th r e e ladies will give a dance F rid a y evening, A p ril 26th, fo r th e benefit of M rs. N e ttie M iller W e b s ter. S c h ieder’s orches­ tra will fu r n ish th e m u sic, an d re ­ fresh m e n ts will be sold. T h e Hom e D e p a rtm e n t o f o u r S u n ­ d a y School, u n d e r th e supervision o f M rs. Jo h n D. E d w a rds, has now over six ty m e m b e rs enrolled on the list. This d e p a r tm e n t has been stead ­ ily grow ing fo r th e p a s t year. T h rough circum s tances over w h ich we had no control s e v e ral news item s have been u n p rin ted during the last fe.v weeks. W e have advled a L inotype to o u r p r in tin g equip­ m e n t m id will in th e fu t u r e oe .nble to h a n d le an y am o u n t o f news. HAM ILTON IN A V IA T IO N CORPS G e o rge H a m ilton, son of Mr. and M rs. D a v id H. H a m ilton, o f A m a g a n ­ sett, station e d w ith th e arm y cam p s a t Sam H o u s ton, is now in th e A v ia­ tio n C o rps. He h a s tak e n tw o tests, passed them successfully, an d ex­ pects to tak e a n o t h e r in ab o u t a w e ek, this one, if passed successful­ ly, will q u a lify him to fly. G e o rge is a m a c h inist an d says he enjoys his w o rk and is in th e b e s t o f health. A re you doing y o u r bit? R E D CRO S S DAN C E A larg e n u m b e r atten d e d th e Red Cross D a n c e a t M iam k o m a last S a t ­ u rd a y evening. B o th cam p s a t M on­ tau k w e re well rep resen ted , all the enlisted m en who did n o t go back by au to th a t nig h t, w e re en t e r t a i n e d by th e village people. O v e r $27.00 was cleared. F IR S T PR E S B Y T E R IA N CHURCH Rev. W m . C lark-D u ff, P a s to r M o rning service w ith serm o n , them e , “ A Tim e ly M e ssage,” 10:45; S u n d a y School, 12 n o o n ; evening ser­ vice w ith serm o n , them e , “ A Big Task,” 7 :45. T h is is a day fo r doing things, a r e you doing y o u r bit? W H Y ? W hy is it th a t b a k e rs can sell up ­ w a rd o f a tho u s a n d loaves o f bread (w h ite) in sm a ll tow n s w h ile in cities som e effort is m n d e to conserve w h ite flour? W h y is it? DIED G ILC H R IST— A t N e w a rk, N. J . on A p ril 8, F red e rick a B e a rdsley, widow o f R o b e rt G ilch rist; F u n e r ­ al services w e re held on W e d n e s ­ day, A p ril 19, a t 2 p. m ., a t th e hom e o f h e r d a u g h ter, M rs. John W. Howell, 211 B a llentine Ave. P a rkw a y , N e w a rk. X. J. ANN UAL REPO R T The follow ing a r e th e re p o r t s of the sec r e ta r y an d tre a s u r e r of th e A m a g a n s e tt K ing’s D a u g h ters’ C ir­ cle f o r th e y e a r ending A p ril 1, 1918. S e c r e tary ’s Report. L a s t y e a r we m e t a t ou r annual m e e ting an unb ro k e n band an d we rejoiced th a t though we had been th ro u g h m a n y trials, we w e re still an u n b roken circle, w illing an d ready to w o rk “ In H is Name. This y e a r we m e e t and m o u rn th e loss o f tw o sisters who have gone hom e, both b rig h t, in terested and capable w o rkers, an d one fo r m any years an officer in o u r beloved circle. O u r w o rk d u rin g o u r p a s t y e a r has fallen in m u ch t h e sam e lines as fo r ­ m e rly, co n trib u tio n s to th e F resh A ir F u n d , th e K ing’s D a u g h ters’ S tate Hom e, M a r g a ret B o ttom e M em o rial, S e a m a n ’s C h ristian Asso­ ciation, T h a n k s g iving dinners, P res­ b y terian C h u rch, a hospital, burial grounds, church grounds, m agazines to lib rary an d to soldiers, etc. O u r activities fo r th e purpose of social en jo y m e n t an d financial aid w e re a tow n m e e tin g luncheon, d o llar so­ cial, cake sales, thim b le p a r ties, V a l­ en tin e p a r ty , and a C h ristm a s sale. The fru it , g roceries, etc., th a t have been collected by individual m em ­ bers can n o t be counted as m o re of this w o rk th a n ever has been done th r o u g h o u t th e y e a r in an u n ­ selfish and q u iet m a n n e r, tru l y fo l ­ low ing in th e fo o tstep s o f th e M a s ter and “ In His N a m e .” T r e a s u r e r ’s R e p o rt. R E C E IPT S A m o u n t on h a n d __________ $ 56.08 C o llections _________________ 13.08 Dues Town M e e ting Luncheon . 9.95 13.42 Thim b le P a r t i e s ____________ 14.15 C h ristm a s Sale D o llar S o c i a l _______________ 39.00 G ifts _______________________ 19.50 Cake Sales _________________ 31.26 S a le of P ins ______________ C o llected fo r W o o l _________ C o llected fo r S ta t e Hom e__ C o llected fo r C h u rch C lean­ ing ----------------------------------- 15.95 C o llected fo r C e m e t e r y ___ 32.90 C o llected fo r C o m fort B ags 5.35 R aised a t C h u rch F a i r _____ 78.38 _________ 37.75 .70 5.00 15.00 T o tal R e c e ipts ________ j $387.47 D isbursem e n ts ________ 360.28 D ISB U R S E M E N T S F o r F low e rs _______________ $ 13.75 F o r S ilver P i n s _____________ 3.45 C leaning C h u rch and yard, cu ttin g p r i v e t ____________ 17.25 E x p e n s e o f Socials and Sales 5.50 C leaning C h u r c h ____________ 6.30 C leaning o u t C e m e tery _____ 37.15 H o s p ital ___________________ 2.00 Y a rn fo r R ed Cross ______ i0 .5 0 C h u rch D u e s _______________ 50.00 C h u rch V e s t i b u l e __________ 42.00 M agazines __________________ 3.52 F resh A ir F u n d _____________ 6.00 C ircles D u e s ______________ 13.00 Y a rn, s w e a t e r s _____________ 2.25 O u ting F lannel ____________ 2.00 D e legate’s Expenses _______ 5.00 B o a rd M e m b e rs’ D u e s _____ 1.00 K ing’s D a u g h ters’ S tate H o m e ------------------------------- 15.00 T h a n k s g iving D i n n e r s _____ 11.00 F reig h t on b b l . _____________ 1.19 H isto ry fo r L i b r a r y ________ 2.65 R ed Cross D u e s _____________ 1.00 G roveries an d S u p p l i e s _____ 20.03 P o s t C a rds _______________ .50 C o m f o rt B ags _____________ 5.35 S p e c ial D e liveries, postage, etc. --------------------------------- 3.77 C h u rch from F a i r _________ 78.38 M iscellaneous ______________ .74 C O M P E T ITIV E EX A M INATION A com p e titive exam ination is h e r e ­ by announced fo r th e follow ing po­ sition. M a tron, Suffolk C o u n ty C h il­ d r e n ’s Hom e. S a lary $900 a year. Com p e titors m u s t be citizens o f th e U n ited S ta tes, and fo r a t least t h r e e m o n ths ju s t p rio r to A p ril 27, 1918, resid e n ts o f Suffolk C o u n ty. P r e ­ fe r r e d ages 25 to 50 years. C a n d idates w ill n o t be req u ir e d to ap p e a r a t an y place fo r w r itten exam ination, b u t w ill be ra te d on th e i r experience an d personal qual­ ifications as shown by th e i r sw o rn statem e n ts an d by answ e rs to such inquiries as th e com m ission m a y d i­ re c t to p ro p e r sources o f in fo rm a ­ tion am o n g persons acq u a in ted w ith th e ir experience an d qualifications. One ap p o in tm e n t is expected. C a n d idates m a y also be sum m o n e d fo r an interview w ith th e exam iners. C a n d idates m u s t file application in th e office o f the Civil S e rvice Com­ m ission. A p p lications received a t th e office o f th e com m ission a f t e r A p ril 27, 1918, will not be accepted. F o r application form ad d r e s s : S ta t e Civil Service Com m ission, Al­ bany, N. Y. — W ilm o t Y. H a llock, o f W e s tbury, a t t o r n e y fo r a n u m b e r o f p ro p e rty •ners o f th a t section, h a s b ro u g h t actio n fo r dam a g e s ag a in s t th e Tow n o f N o r th H e m p s tead an d th e Long Island R a ilroad. In th e papers filed w ith Thom a s O’C o n n e ll, Tow n C lerk, A tto rn e y H a llock nam e s tw e n ty -fo u r p ro p e rty ow n e rs o f W e s tbury as plaintiffs an d asks fo r dam a g e s am o u n tin g to $30,000, caused, he claim s, by w a te r flow ing fro m th e public highw a y into th e cellars of p r o p e r t y ow n e d by his clients. T H E E A S T H A M P T O N S T A R . A P R I i - t2, 1 9 1 8 MRS. R O B E R T G ILCH R IST,Sr. EA S T H A M P T O N G IR L IN FRA NCE A t h e r city hom e in N e w ark, N. (C o n tinued from Page One.) J . , M rs. F red e rick a B. G ilchrist died I on Sunday, th e 8th inst. She was a shadow. N e ither M adam e Pinck nor d a u g h ter of Sam u el R aym o n d B e a rd- Y 'o n n e speak a word of English— sley, a law y e r o f Oswego, N. Y., who . f o r w h ich I am really glad, selfishly, was successively m a y o r and post- | 1 have m y car— a M axwell-Bris- m a s ter th e re. In th e w a r o f th e Re- ) coe 5 passenger to u rin g — d a rk bellion he w a s colonel o f th e 24th f reen and m aybe I’m n o t enjoying New Y o rk R e g im e n t, which belong- over these good F ren c h roads ed to th e Iron B rigade, and subse- j ' Vlth speed lim it! On S u n d a y q u e n tly h e was on th e staff of Gen. L ieutenant M o rgan, M adam e Pinck M eade. He w a s w o u n d e d a t Chan- ! an<^ ^ v o n n e and I drove to Levroux cellorsVille and died of disease con- ; to the ™ ins of an old chateau of th e trac ted in th e service. His d a u g h ter cen tu ry and then on to Val- m a rr ied R o b e rt G ilchrist, who was a f \ sey th e beau tifu l chateau of well know n law y e r in N e w a rk an d . e D u k e o f Valensey. M ost of this a t one tim e was atto r n e y general of Is 17th cen tu ry b u t a sm all p a r t New Jersey . M rs. G ilchrist cam e t o ' ”* the old chateau of ea r lier tim e s. A m a g a n s e tt fo r a sum m e r sojourn ! T h e re is a deep m o a t and tw o draw- in 1891, boarded fo r a few seasons ! b.ridges and a splendid w a ll and for- w ith M rs. Phoebe H a n d , and then ! tifications— a b e a u tifu l co u r t (ab o u t built a cottage on th e bluff. Subse- I J 00 x 200 f t . ) — a lovely p a r k — q u e n tly she built th r e e others, and I f ° « n tain s o f P a n a n m a rble— p edes- becam e one of th e m o st substantial, I of rose m arble. I enclose some active, b e s t know n an d b e s t beloved 1 vi°*ets th e lieu ten a n t picked fo r me of o u r sum m e r colony. She was ch a r ter m e m b e r of th e M eridian, th e m o st successful club fo r women in New Y o rk City. She had a good li­ brary, w a s w idely re a d in th e best lite r a t u r e , and was an able w riter. A B o ston publishing firm brought h e r volum e en titled “ T h e T rue S tory of H a m let and O p h e lia,” a philo­ sophical stu d y o f the play of “H a m ­ let,” thoroughly original and alto ­ g e th e r one of th e b e s t com m e n taries ever produced on th a t m u c h discuss­ ed tragedy. She leaves tw o sons and two daughters. HAV E YOU BOUGH T YOURS? The cycle o f m o n ey invested in L iberty Bonds is sh o r t and com p lete. The people lend th e m o n ey to the G o v e rnm e n t, th e G o v e rnm e n t lends som e to o u r A llies, and o u r G o v e rn­ m e n t an d o u r A llies straig h tw a y spend th e m o n ey or th e g r e a t e r p o r­ tion o f it, am o n g th e people of the U n ited S tates. In som e instances the m o n ey paid in by w a g e earners on th e in s tallm e n t of L iberty Bonds is paid by th e G o v e rnm e n t to th e ir em p loyers, and by th e ir em p loyers paid back to them in th e w a y of w ages b e f o re th e n e x t Bond in s tal­ lation is due. B u y L ib e r ty Bonds. M o re th a n a billion dollars of A m erican ag r ic u ltu r a l exports were sold to th e E u ropean n a tio n s a t w a r w ith G e rm a n y d u r in g 1917. Had this n a tion m a intained peace a t the price of obedience to the Germ an w a r zone decree, th is E u ropean m a r­ ket would have been closed and this billion dollars w o rth of agricu ltu r a l products w o u ld, m o s t o f them , have ro tted on th e fa r m s and in w a re­ houses, o r been used in unprofitable ways, w ith consequent stag n a tio n W A IN S C O T T STA T IO N CLOSED C o m p laints by shippers ag a in s t the discontinuance of th e re c e ip t o f less- than-carload fre i g h t shipm e n ts a t the B u shw ick S tation o f th e Long Island R a ilroad Co. will probably be satisfacto rily ad ju s ted . T h e Public Service Com m ission, Second D istrict, has heard th e evidence and it will hold th e m a tter open fo r two weeks, p e n d in g advice from th e shippers and th e railroad. The Public Service Commission, Second D istrict, has dism issed the com p laint o f p a tro n s of th e Long Island R a ilroad Co. ag a in s t a dis­ continuance o f th e statio n a t Wain- sco tt in Suffolk county. T h e com­ p lain a n ts did n o t appear. from th e D u k e ’s garden by th e fo u n ­ tain. As D u k e y d e a r is South fo r the w in ter we couldn’t g e t inside, but the concierge tells us th a t if we w r ite th e D u k e he will give us perm ission to go in. Since th a t trip m y car has been on th e bum and M o rgan has detailed his best m echanic to w o rk on it. Y e s terday I had td go to B u z a n s a is to visit rep a tries an d M o rgan len t m e a Ford am b u lance and a chauffeur. In- cidently, I drove all th e w a y hom e because 1 w a n t to learn to ru n a Ford! You should see all th e sm all boys call everybody o u t in th e vil­ lage to see th e w o m en driving an autom o b ile! O f course no one b u t an A m e rican w o u ld do such a thing. A le t t e r from th e office this m o rn­ ing tells m e th a t we are to have a conference in P a ris th e 18th and 19th of M arch. I am tickled to death to have an excuse to g e t back to Paris an d have m y expenses paid. I d o u b t if m y b rillian t ideas w ill be of inestim a b le value to th e o ther delegates, however. I have visited th e best aviation cam p in F ran c e though n o t one of the larg e s t ones— “ F ren c h ” cam p I mean. The pupils are ab o u t h a lf French. A F rench cap tain e took us around and explained everything. If he’d g e t to going too fa s t I’d stop him an d ask questions. T h e re w e re hundreds of planes— som e alighting, some leaving th e g r o u n d — som e be­ ing rep a ired — som e overhead all the time. Now I can tell th e difference betw e e n a C a n d ron an d a N e w p o rt and th in k I’m aw fu lly sm a rt! The “B aby N e w p o rts” are w h a t I like— very sm all, very fa s t and very p retty things. The only w a y I g o t in a t all was by being in R. C. un ifo rm — and then, too, I know th e A m e rican com m anding officer— a cap tain who is very nice indeed. I have re c e n t ­ ly m a d e th e acq u a in tan c e of a young an d ru i n to th e A m e rican farm e rs. ... _ In t e r e s t as welL a s du ty urges th e F rench flyer w h o was educated in A m erican fa r m e r to give financial England and speaks fa r b e t t e r Eng- su p p o rt to his G o v e rnm e n t in this Hsh than I do. He is aw fully attra c t - war. >ve an d ac tu a lly has a sense of “h u m o r'’— a th in g ra r e on this side of th e A tlantic. H e drops in the hotel alm o s t daily to talk to M adam e Pinck and me. I also have Visited th e larg e s t A m e rican flying cam p in F r a n c e an d w a s m ightily interested. It is not very pleasan tly situ a ted fo r th e boys— f o r it’s aw a y off in the w ilderness an d th e y do g e t d read ­ fu lly bored b u t it is n o t so bad in m a n y ways. The last ten m iles of the road n e a rly w recked m y car— it is n e a r ly as bad as th e ro a d to M o n tauk P o int. This all sounds as if I w e r e n ’t doing an y w o rk a t all but I am I assu r e you— m u ch o f it is ro u tin e an d stu p id an d v e r y fa ­ tiguing— h e n c e I d o n 't w r ite ab o u t it. L a s t w e ek I visited som e 200 re p a tr ies in th e various com m u n es n o r th o f here. Found one fam ily consisting of a m a n who is tb , his w ife and five children, som e of whom are tb , all living, sleeping, cooking, having th e ir en tire existence in “ o n e room .” M aybe I didn’t raise C ain w ith th e m a ire o f th a t tow n an d th e officials o f th e p r e f e c t u r e an d they will have to be m o v ed “ t o u t de su i te ” ! They have no idea o f w h a t good housing really m e a n s over here — a n d f a r be it from m e to attem p t to educate th e “ e n tih e In d r e ” up to A m e rican stan d a r d s of housing an d cleanliness an d san itatio n . I can only m a k e l i ttle dents’ h e r e an d there. Besides when I g e t really excited I can ’t \ t h in k in F ren c h .” Y o u should see th e p e r f e c t “de­ luge” o f m a il I had last w e ek— d o n ’t know when I ever g e t tim e to answ e r it all. W o n ’t you pass m y le t t e r s aro u n d to as m a n y people as you can. P e t e says she has a circu latin g li­ b r a r y fo r them in W a s h y ! The D e lta Gam m a s have asked m e to w r ite fo r th e A n c h o ra an d I know I o u g h t to— fo r publicity w o rk. Tell everybody ab o u t w h a t o u r bureau o f th e R. C. is doing w h e n e v e r you g e t a chance — its spreading th e good new s and lettin g th e A m e rican people know how we are using th e ir m o n ey. I believe in th e R. C. in F r a n c e th o r ­ oughly— I believe we a r e cem e n ting a frien d s h ip w ith poor w a r-drained ROAD CONSTRUCTION E a s t H a m p ton, N. Y. A p ril 11, 1918. Sealed proposals fo r th e construc­ tion o f concrete p a v e m e n t w ith earth shoulders, to g e th e r w ith ap p u r tm a n t concrete culvert, on N e w tow n Lane and H ighw a y ad j a c e n t to R a ilroad S tation a t E a s t H a m p ton, N. Y., will be received by th e Town S u p t. of H ightw a y s o f the Town o f E a s t H a m p ton, Suffolk C o u n ty, N. Y., un­ til 2 p. m., A p ril 27, 1918, a t th e o f ­ fice o f the Town C lerk of said Town, a t which tim e and place th e y will be publicly opened an d read, and the aw a rd in g of th e co n t r a c t m ade as soon th e r e a f te r as practicable. Each proposal shall s t a t e th e price fo r co n s tru c tio n of said pavem e n t, shoulders an d cu lv e rt com p lete ac­ cording to th e plans an d specifica­ tions. The proposal shall be endors­ ed “ F o r C o n s tr u c tion o f C o n crete P a v e m e n t w ith E a r t h Shoulders and cu lv e rt, N e w tow n L a n e an d Highway ad j a c e n t to R a ilroad S tatio n , E a s t H a m p ton, N. Y .,” and delivered to Jo h n Y. S tr o n g , Town C lerk, E a s t H a m p ton, N. Y. Each proposal shall be accom p a n ­ ied by a certified check payable to th e Town of E a s t H a m p ton in an am o u n t equal to two p e r centum o f i F ran c e and a r e helping them to un ­ to tal am o u n t o f th e bid. This de- i d e r s tan d us and I hope we will be posit will be fo r f e i t e d to th e Town ■ a b le to in t e r p r e t th e F rench to th e as liq u id a ted dam a g e s if th e bidder j A m e rican people, to whom th e co n t r a c t m ay be aw a rd- | Send this le t t e r to P e te— I ’ll w rite ed fails to ex e c u te th e co n tr a c t an d 1 h e r in a few days, give th e necessary bond. This de- '■ RUTH. posit, how e v e r, w ill be re tu r n e d to ----------- ‘ ------------ th e b idder upon th e execution of th e Do you need any office help, boy, co n tr a c t and giving of th e req u ir e d gard e n e r , bookkeeper or o th e r help? bond. All checks o f unsuccessful H a v e you any farm m a c h inery, bidders will be re tu r n e d . T h e rig h t boats, real estate, houses, horses, reserv e d cy the Tow n B o a rd to cows f o r sale? H a v e you a building, re je c t an v or uil aids. store, ap a r tm e n t to re n t? If so use The plans an d specifications m ay the S ta r w a a t and fo r sale colum n , be o b tain e d a t th e Office o f th e It is su r e to bring you re s u lu . Ju s t Tow n C lerk. try it once. Jam e s E. Gay, Call 17-J and we will help supply S u p t. o f H ighw a y s, y o u r w a n ts . « e o n o * o n o « t o n o * o * o » e o » t o * t o * o » t o o j i o * o s « o * o » o * o * o j » o * o i « o j i o 3 i o j i 0 & § A C h a n g e in O u r B u s iness I M e thods 0 1 February 1, 1918 o V 2 W e have m a te rially reduced our pi ices and in addition o * o will give o | 5 per ct. o f f for cash a? g on all goods bought at our store and carried home by the custom er. See our bulletin. Store closes at 8 p. m., except on Saturdays J o o 0 * * 0 * 0 * 0 . J * 0 * 0 * 0 * t D * 0 * 0 * 0 « 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 Conklin Company The Co-operative Store cyimagansett Long Island Telephone 19 D o d g e B r o t h e r s COMMERCIAL CAR It will do what it is intended to do in an efficient and economical manner The gasoline consum ption is unusually low The tire r-ileage is_unusually high Commercial Car, Touring C ar or R o adster, $885 All prices f. o. b. D e tr o it H ALSEY’S G ARAG E Tel. 4. East Hampton. B. M. OSBORNE R E A L E S T A T E D E A L E R F i n e C o t t a g e s with all M o d e r n C o n v e n i e n c e s T o R e n t for t h e Sum- Large an d S mall C o u n ­ try H o u s e s a n d B u i l d ­ ing Sites For Sale A c r e a g e in All Parts of t h e Tow n . If y o u w a n t to B u y o r h a v e P r o p e r t y to S e ll s e e th e A g e n t B. M . O S B O R N E E a s t H a m p to n . N. Y. THE HUNTTING C H A S . S . P A R S O M S O p e n s April ist C l o s e s D e c e m b e r Ist G O O D R o O O M S G O O D B E D S G O O D T A B L E “ I t R ^ e m i n d s M e o f H o m e . ” PIANOS & PLAYERS A r e s u p e r i o r i n s t r u m e n t s a n d th e p r i c e s a r e lo w . T h e r e a r e n o n e b e t t e r . & A * ^ Pathe Phonographs and Records Get in touch w ith u s E D W A R D M. O S B O R N M ain S tr e e t, E a s t H a m p ton P h o n e 43-M Box 723 RUD OLFEIRSA Florist PANT1G0 H I L L JAMES O BRIEN M a s o n B u i l d e r a n d ) C o n t r a c t o r H o l l o w T i l e C o n s t r u c t i o n Tiling, Plain and O rnam e n tal P laster­ ing, Cem ent Stucco a Specialty “ E s tim a tes Furnished. A m a g a n s e tt. N. Y. W. M. TERRY A nagansett Real Estate, Insurance, Notary Furnished and unfurnieh- cottageB for r e n t and Bale Building Bites overlooking ocean, with beach rights; woodland and farm acreage for sale. Telephone 20 REWARD. A re w a r d o f $10 w ill be paid fo r in f o r m a ti o n le a d in g to th e a r ­ re s t an d co n v ic tio n o f t h e p e r s o n or p e r s o n s g u i l t y o f b r e a k i n g w in d owe o r d e s t r o y i n g p r o p e r t y a t th e M a id ­ sto n e B a th H o u s e s, in any m a n n e r. A. H C u lv e r. If in need of a G o o d P iano w r i t e .............. H. S. H O R N B E C K 288 N o . 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