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The East Hampton Star. (East Hampton, N.Y.) 1885-current, May 03, 1918, Image 2

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T H E E A S T H A M P T O I ^ S T A R M A Y 3, 19U3 TIMELY NEWS NOTES FROM NEIGHBORING VILLAGES S P R I N G S Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Field, of East Hampton, spent Sunday in this place. Joseph F. M itchell was called from this place to enter camp last Satur­ day. Miss Esther Sanford entertained two of her young friends at tea F r i­ day night. M r. and Mrs. O. K ing and fam ily were recent guests of relatives on Fire Place road. Miss Helen Parsons visited with her aunt, Mrs. R. S. Parsons, on F r i­ day last, a t East Hampton. John Edwards, of Franklin farm , is engaged for a time at Dr. David Edwards’ in East Hampton. Lawrence M iller is assisting Capt. D. A. Howard and son with their fish business this season. B. Addison W a rner, of East H a m p ­ ton, with an auto party visited at Bay View Sunday afternoon. B udd K ing, of this place, is en­ gaged at C. H. Thomas’ garage in East Ham p ton, for a time. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Parsons, of Montauk, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Edwards. Capt. W . W . Parsons and son, of Montauk, obtained an auto truck­ load of hay at Fire Place Monday. “ Uncle” John Penney was a wel­ come guest with his old friends in this place the latter part of last week. A large quantity of lum b e r and locust posts for Gardiner’s Island, was brought to Fire Place last week. B. C. and L. S. Talmage have been busily engaged renewing the fence enclosing the Griffin farm this past week. I Wesley Parsons, one of the crew On Str. H a m p ton, was home several days last week on account of sick­ ness. W m . H. Parsons and Capt. and Mrs. W . W . Parsons, of Montauk, visited the old home at Fire Place Sunday. Mrs. C. Herman K ing spent last Thursday visiting with her niece Mrs. Alexander Prince, at Capt. D. A. Howard’s. Capt. and Mrs. W illiam L. Ed­ wards, of East Ham p ton, visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Edwards one day this past week. G. E. M iller, of Str. Ham p ton, and C. Howard King, and W illiam Leud- m an, of M o ntauk, were home over the week end. , Our local fishermen are busily en­ gaged taking out and cleaning ttfieir flat fish gears and renewing (heir pounds this week. Misses Jessie and Ada Adams, of East Hampton, visited with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Her­ m an King, M onday night. I f you think there’s nothing going oh in our little village, ju s t look over the fields. The blackbirds and crows are there, yes, and the farmers are, or have been there, too. Quite a num b e r from our village attended the parade and dance last Saturday afternoon and evening in East Hampton, and enjoyed the oc­ casion immensely. The committee soliciting in our place for the Third Liberty Loan is meeting with a marked success, and there is a surprise in store for us. ‘‘They’ve put it up to us, so we’ve had to do or bust.” S A G H A R B O R Louis J. M iller has found it neces­ sary on doctor’s advise, to resign his position in the Fahys Co and seek employment outside. Lou has been w ith the company for twenty-six years, spending twelve years of the tim e as foreman, and fourteen years as case inspector. On com p laint of Felix Jablowski, Sheriff Jose arrested Leon P. W a rd, constable, of Bridgeham p ton, on a charge of assault and was examined before Justice Greene on Monday, A p r il 22. Cortland Kiernan appear­ ed as attorney fo r Jablowski, and George H. H ildreth, assistant dis­ trict attorney, for the attorney, and Geo. H. Furm a n , as attorney for the defendant. A fter the examination the prisoner was discharged, evidence not being sufficient to w a rrant the holding for the grand jury. The Rev. Mr. Runner and wife were most cordially received by the members and congregation of the Presbyterian Church last Thursday evening in the church parlors. The occasion was a social-get-together, as Elder Davis so felicitiously expressed it. The Revs. Baer and Fanton rep­ resented their respective churches, and extended the glad hand of fe l­ lowship to the new comer and his fam ily. Mr. Runner spoke eenthu- siastically of his work in the past while in other fields and most hope­ fu lly of w h a t he expected to do in Sag Harbor. Ivan C. Byram and his men repaired the holes 011 the road and the sidewalks on W a shington street last week, which was a very neces­ sary job. Rev. Lester W a rd A u m a n has been assigned as pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church of this 'place, by the A n n u a l Conference, and will preach next Sunday m o rning and evening. Mrs. Mary H u n t, widow of Edgar Z. H u n t, had the m isfortune to fall while crossing the floor from one room to another. Fortunately no bones were broken, though she suf­ fered a severe bodilv shock by the fall. Capt. Thomas Burns was taken suddenly ill on the steamer Em blane last week and was im mediately re­ moved to his home in Greenport. Capt. Edgar Brooks, of Greenport, is in charge of the Em blane during the illness of Capt. Burns. Thomas M. W a rd announces the marriage of his daughter, Kathryn Frances, to Dr. Charles Gilbert Irish, a lieutenant in the Medical Reserve Corps, on Saturday, April 20th, 1918, a t the rectory of the Church of As­ cension, New York City. Rev. Mr. Fanton left on Tuesday m o rning to begin work in his new field of labor with the temperance forces of the state. Mr. Fanton will be associated w ith Rev. Lewis B. Tucker, D. D., whose office in the central district is located in the Uni­ versity Block, Syracuse. Capt. John R. Roy, veteran cap­ tain of the seas and of the M arine Department of the Long Island Rail­ road, is now a guest aboard steam­ er Wyandotte, recuperating from a serious illness. Captain Roy has been in the employ of the L. I. R. R. for the past twenty-six years. He re­ ports Sag Harbor as a place in which to live long and happy. W A I N S C O T T A N D S A G A P O N A C K The Busy Bees were very pleasant­ ly entertained on Tuesday afteroon, by Mrs. Fred C. Barnes. Mrs. M. Louisa Osborn arrived in W a inscott Tuesday evening after spending the w inter in New York City with her daughter. Miss M ary L. Osborn. The annual m e e ting o f the Village Im p rovem ent Society was held in the chapel on Tuesday evening for the election of officers and the transac­ tion of business. Herbert Osborn returned home on Tuesday from New York City, where he had been since last Thursday, with Mrs. Osborn, who is ill in the Pres­ byterian Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W a lter L. Parffitt re­ turned to Brooklyn on Wednesday for two weeks, when they w ill return to their summer home, “Lakeside,” on Sagaponack Lake. Mrs. J. 0 . Hopping and Mrs. W . F. Conklin have been entertaining a num b e r of our summer people who hav^ been down looking after their summer homes in W ainscott. Chas. T. Ludlow has rented his house on Sagaponack road fo r the summer fo r the use of the camp of the W o m a n ’s Land Army, members of which w ill work for the farmers. N. Howell Topping, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Topping, has been sent to the aviation camp in Dallas, Texas, having recently graduated from the school of aeronautics in Princeton, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver S. Osborn re­ ceived two letters on Tuesday of this week from their son, Sergeant Ray­ m o nd H. Osborn; and Miss M ay Os­ born from her sister, Miss Ella Os­ born, both of whom are “somewhere in France.” Interesting A rbor Day exercises *re held in both the W a inscott and Sagaponack schoQls with appropriate programs in charge of Miss Atala Rogers, the teacher of the W a inscott school, and Miss A n n a Rogers and Miss Dorothy Seely, of the Sagapon­ ack school. On Friday evening, A p r il 26th, a party of East Ham pton young people ent by auto to Eastport, where they enjoyed a duck dinner a t the East­ port Inn, given by them in honor of their friend Thomas Berg’s birthday. He was also presented with a solid gold Gillett safety razor. A fter din­ ner, which was served at eight o’clock dancing -was enjoyed until midnight, a pleasant closing for an evening lo n g to be remembered. S O U T H A M P T O N Miss Ethel Corwin has returned home from Cincinnati, Ohio. Miss Mae Cameron is beekkeeping at Duryea and B a ird’s office. Mr. and Mrs. J. Foster Terry spert last week at Dr. Thorp's cainn at M o ntauk Painters’ Local Union No. 873, of this place, has purchased a §100 Lib­ erty Bond. Thousands of wild ducks have been feeding in the local bays during the past few weeks. Frank Sandford, of Bridgehamp­ ton, is receiving treatm e n t in the Southampton Hospital. W a lter Lewis has returned to Southampton after spending the w in­ ter in Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Eva Robinson, who has been in Missouri the past winter, has re­ turned to Southampton. Edward C. Sayre, of Ninevia, N. Y., is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Henry Sayre. Village Treasure Fred N. Dunwell is enjoying a vacation from his duties in the Southampton Bank. Ralph Weeks, U. S. N., who is sta­ tioned at Philadelphia, Pa., spent the week end with relatives in Southamp­ ton. Charles Meschutt has taken a posi­ tion as gardener for George Barton French and has moved to Ox-Pasture road. Mrs. R. Hayden Lutz was \sur­ prised” by a num b e r of her friends at her home last Tuesday evening. A jo lly good tim e was enjoyed. Miss Mamie Cavanagh is now oper­ ating in the local telephone central office, having been transferred here from the East H a m p ton central of­ fice. The Southam pton young men who went to Camp U p ton in the last draft, on April 1st, were A r thur V. A . Fitz, Vincent Bedowski, Frank Rombosky and Joseph H. Culver. The Y o u n g Giants, of Southamp­ ton, challenge any baseball team in S u ffolk County which does not aver­ age over 105 pounds. They guaran­ tee to give a good showing. Address, Captain, P. O. Box 723, Southamp­ ton. A canvass of the village is bfiing made this week for the sale of sea­ son tickets for next w inter’s course of entertainm ents under the auspices of the Southam p ton Literary Society. The program planned is fo r a very high class course, the best that the society has ever arranged for. The marriage of Miss M arion Adele Burling, of Southam p ton, and Corporal Lester A. Holden, of Brook­ lyn, took place A p r il 8, a t Camp Up­ ton Chapel, the Rev. A r thur F. Dunn officiating. Coiporal Holden is a member of theetaoishdluetr.oinshrdlu member of Com p a ny M , :;06th In ­ fantry. The announcem e nt was maoe at a party \iv'en by the bride at her home mst Saturday. The OuVoir has adopted a little French girl and w ill support her fo r a year at lea^t. This society of South­ am p ton young women is doing a splendid work and merits the sup­ port of all. M eetings are held every Wednesday evening, and persons having dresses to donate fo r the des­ titute French children are requested to notify Miss Mae Cameron. There is urgent need of all the dresses that can be secured. D R . F R E D E R I C K R U S S E L L S U R G E O N D E N T I S T O v e r Postoffice T e l. 3 0 I- J T . W . O N D E R D O N K , D . D . S. 17 East 38th St., cor. M adison Ave. A t East H a m p ton from Ju ly 1st to September 15. Office at residence on L ily Pond Rd. B R I D G E H A M P T O N W o rd has been received of the safe arrival overseas of Private Hugh W . A. Jones, and Courtland W o rth, both of this village. C. T. Ludlow has rented his prop­ erty on Sagg Road for the use of the camp of the W o m a n ’s Land Army, that is to be located in Bridgehamp­ ton this summer. , ^ The new bungalow built for Frank H. Halsey on his property on the M a in road has been completed and Mr. Halsey and fam ily moved into the house last week. W illiam Fitzpatrick’ and fam ily have moved from the H u ll house on Sagaponack road, and are now occu­ pying the bungalow owned by W il­ liam Fahy, on Ocean road. Representatives of a New York City poultry m a rket were in the vil­ lage the past week buying all the live poultry that they could procure, and shipping it to their New York market. Through the agency of Hum b let & Dickinson, the farm property and buildings of Mrs. M ary P. Halsey have been sold to W illiam S. Top­ ping, of Sagaponack, who w ill take possession in the near future. Miss M ary A n n ietta Grant, a form ­ er member of the Bridgehampton H igh School faculty, and well known here, was married on Saturday, April 6th, in Brooklyn, to Robert D. Sher­ m a n , of the 310th In fan try, U. S. N. A. John Bradshaw, who for a num b e r of years has been in charge of the business of the Grand Union Tea Co., of Brooklyn, fo r this village and Sag H a rbor, has resigned that position, and has accepted a position with Acker, M errill & Condit Co., at Camp Upton. Ensign Esterbrook Carter, of U. S. N., has been spending a furlough of a few days in Bridgehampton, re­ turnin g to his duties last Friday. Mr. Carter has only recently received his commission as ensign, and expects to be assigned to transport duty w ithin a short time. The big engine of the freight was derailed in the yard of the East H a m p ton Lum ber and Coal Co., on W ednesday of last week, caused lay a broken rail. As a result of this acci­ dent a f r e ig h t was held up here until late in the afternoon. It was neces­ sary to have the wrecking crew come down to get the engine on the track again. For non-payment of house rent, a suit was brought against Charles Ol­ sen, of East H a m p ton, form e rly of this village, by Louis Humblet, on Wednesday of last week before Jus­ tice Robert R. Kendrick and a jury of local men. Attorney H a rry G. Stephens, of East Ham p ton, appear­ ed for Mr. Olsen, and Attorney Geo. W . Percy appeared fo r Mr. Humblet. The ju r y gave a verdict in favor of Mr. H u m b let, Mr. Olsen having to pay the am o u n t claimed and the costs of court. Those who served as jurors were John C. Sayre, Eugene Sayre, R. J. Hagerman, Howard H e n ­ drickson, Fred C. Topping and Ar­ th u r G. Halsey. D rying of Fruits and Vegetables is the title of a new document which may be had by applying to Congress­ man F. C. Hicks. D R . H E N R Y J . R E E S Opposite The Star Office A . H A R R Y G . S T E P H E N S A t t o r n e y a n d C o u n s e lo r a t L a w N o t a r y P u b lic Hand Building, M a in Street R A Y M O N D A S M I T H . L L . B. A t t o r n e y a n d C o u n s e lo r a t L a w The Osborne Bank B u ilding East H a m p ton, N. Y. N . N . T I F F A N Y , C . E . C iv il a n d S a n ita r y E n g in e e r O ffice H a n d B u ild in g E a s t H a m p t o n , L . I. J . C U S T I S L A W R E N C E H a n d B u ild in g , E a s t H a m p t o i J O S E P H S. O S B O R N E R e a l E s t a t e In s u r a n c e N o t a r y P u b lic Desirable property on M a in St. and in all parts of the town fo r sale and to rent C H A R L E S S. P A R S O N S Springfield Fire & M arine Insurance Co., Springfield, Mass London & Lancashier Fire Insurance Co., Ltd, Liverpool Eng. Fidelity & Deposit Co., Baltim o re, Md A ll Lines A n y A m o u n t R U D O L F E IR S A P a n t ig o H ill 7 R . S. P A R S O N S E L E C T R I C A L C O N T R A C T O R W i r i n g fo r L ig h t , H e a t a n d P o w e r Dealer in V a c u u m Cleaners, Irons, Stoves and all kinds of Electrical Appliances Phone. N . N . T I F F A N Y , C. E . L a n d S u r v e y i n g R o a d Sewage Disposal for Country Residences O ffice H a n d B u ild in g E a s t H a m p t o n , L o n g Is la n d B A R N S B R O T H E R S C o n t r a c t in g M a s o n s Dealers in all Masons’ Supplies Y a r d M a in S t ., E a s t H a m p t o n P h o n e 175-J Estimates Cheerfully Given G . A . E L D R E D G E & S O N C o n t r a c t o r s a n d B u ild e r s All kinds of building and repair­ ing prom p tly attended to E a s t H a m p t o n , N . Y . T e l. 104-L S. J . L Y N C H C o n t r a c t o r fo r a l l k in d s o f M A S O N W O R K A ls o d e a le r in a l l k in d s o f M a s o n S u p p lie s , C e m e n t , B r ic k , P la s te r L a r g e sto c k alw a y s on h a n d N . M a in S t r e e t T e le p h o n e F . B . S M I T H n t r a c t o r a n d B u ild e r Estimates C h e e rfully Given Jobbing Attended to Prom p tly E D W A R D M . G A Y C o n t r a c t o r a n d B u ild e r A ll kinds B u ilding and Jobbing promptly attended to Shop Newtown Lane, near School E a s t H a m p t o n , N . Y . T e l 11-R A D A M W I L H E L M P a in t e r & D e c o r a t o r Jones B u ilding, Newtown Lane Cottages renovated in a practical and artistic manner. Paper hanging. Esti­ mates cheerfully given. References. B o x 371 E a s t H a m p t o n N O R M A N S . C L E A V E S C o n t r a c t o r a n d B u ild e r Let us give you an Estimate E a s t H a m p t o n , N . Y . E L M E R E . S M I T H P a in t e r a n d D e c o r a t o r C e d a r S t r e e t E a s t H a m p t o n ’P h o n e 176-J T h is space is p a id fo r a n d c o n t r ib u t e d by I. Y. Halsey and the East Hampton Electric Light Co SCHOLZ S BREAD—IT’S BEST E v e r y m a t e r ia l is m o s t c a r e f u lly selected; m ix t u r e s a r e m a d e by ele c t r ic m a c h in e s , a n d th e fin is h e d b r e a d goes d ire c t ly in t o a sealed p a r c h m e n t w r a p p in g , re a c h in g y o u r ta b le th e sam e d a y it is b a k e d . A l l k in d s o f B r e a d a n d R o lls . C a k e s a n d P a s t r y fo r s p e c ial occationi H O M E-M A D E IC E C R E A M E A S T H A M P T O N B A K E R Y M A X S C H O L Z , P r o p . T e le p h o n e 66-W E a s t H a m p t o n , L I +'Cr*'CrifCr*trtr-Cl-*<?-* f THE GREAT SPRING SAVE j S A V E Y o u r m o n e y a n d b u y L ib e r t y B o n d s . i E g g s a n d p u t th e m u p in w a t e r glass a g a in s t a ris in g price, j* Y o u r fu r s , ru g s , w in t e r , co a t s , b la n k e t s , etc., by putting j th e m a w a y in o u r M a n a h a n T a r P a p e r B a g s — 3 sizes. Woolen i goods w ill be scarce a n d fa n c y p r ic e d n e x t year. Y o u r h e a lth by ta k i n g o u r B e s t S p r in g M id e c in e — A . D . S. ) C B lo o d R e m e d y . \ E. J. EDWARDS’ EAST HAMPTON PHARMACY JAMES E. GAY & CO. CARRIAGES AND HARNESS a n d dea lers in B u s iness W a g o n s P n e u m a t ic R u n a b o u t s S t e e l T ire R u n a b o u t s ( T o p B u g g ie s S u r r e y s O p e n tw o - S e a t W a g o n s G le n s F a lls B u c k b o a r d s D e p o t W a g o n s F a r m W a g o n s , S in g l e , Doukl* S le ig h s o f A l l K in d s HORSE FURNISHING GOODS W e have a well appointed Blacksm ith Shop connected w ith our estt> lishment, and are thoroughly equipped to do all kinds of Iron W o rk, Forgi* Repairing and H O R S E S H O E I N G in the best possible manner. Expert horseshoers always in attendance E a s t M a in S t r e e t , E a s t H a m p t o n , N- I T e le p h o n e 16-J SAXON CARS S a x o n S ix P r ic e $ 9 9 5 4-cyl. R o a d s t e r $445 L . F. S Q U I R E S , A g e n t S o u t h a m p t o n , N . Y . T e le p h o n e 34U W . F. E. W H I T E P R E S C R I P T I O N PHARMAO DRUGS, MEDICI NES, CHEMICALS Care and Skill Used in Dispensing All Prescription* Surgical and Sick-room Supplies, Nursery Aids, Etc. W . F. E. W H I T E P R E S C R I P T I O N PHARMAC LOUIS VETAULT Potted Plants, Trees, and Shrubs, Vines and Hardy Perennials Cooper Lane OTTO SIM M O N S P L U M B IN G Steam and Hot Water Heating Stoves and Ranges M ain Street East Ilampto* T E L E P H O N E 106

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