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The East Hampton Star. (East Hampton, N.Y.) 1885-current, July 05, 1918, Image 7

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W E E K L Y W A R N E W S D I G E S T Send O n y M o n e y to S o ld ier* The original order t h a t th e approv­ al of a regim e n tal or higher com­ pander was necessary b e fore pack- •ees might be sent to m e m b e r of the expeditionary forces has been m o d i­ fied to officers with th e ran k o f m a­ jor and higher m ay approve ship­ ments. The approval of a com p a n y commander is n o t sufficient. The question of th e shipm e n t of parcels to F rance first cam e to th e at­ tention of the W a r D e p a rtm e n t when the commanding g e n e ral of th e ex­ peditionary forces cabled th a t con eestion of such articles had reach ­ ed such a point th a t F ren c h ra il­ roads were unable to h a n d le th e load. ^ board appointed by S e c r e tary of «Far and the P o s tm a s ter G e n e ral ex­ amined 5,000 sacks of p a rcel post pail, and found th a t th e articles be­ ing sent not only, in th e m ain, w e re absolutely unnecessary, J>ut u n d e ­ sirable. The investigation showed that the am o u n t of such m ail had reached a to tal o f £00,000 pounds a and was s teadily increasing. Relatives and frien d s , according to recent statem e n t by th e W a r De­ will find they o ften can do greater service to soldiers by send­ them m o n ey fo r th e purchase of in F ran c e th a n by f o r w a r d in g articles. Tobacco is now being as p a r t of th e A rm y ratio n s , m erchandise of n e a rly all kinds now be purchased in F rance the huge g e n e ral sto re estab- ished by the Q u a r term a s te r Corps lower prices th a n charged by re ­ here. T o Im p o r t M e x i c a n L a b o r To assist in . m e e ting th e p resen t in unskilled labor restric- have been tem p o rarily rem o v e d n the im p o rtation o f M exican labor be used in ce r tain occupations, step supplem e n ts th e o rd e r by the D e p a rtm e n t o f L a b o r has to b rin g P o rto R ican labor- into this co u n try fo r w o rk on co n tracts. It is esti- th a t 75,000 islan d e r s can be in w h ile tran s p o r ta t io n is New reg u latio n s on th e su b ject of labor contain rig id provis- to p rev e n t an y attem p t a t ex- on th e p a r t of prospective W a g e ra te s c u r r e n t fo r labor in th e localities in w h ich a d m itted alien is to be em p loyed a s s u red, as well as good housing s a n itatio n conditions. A p p lication fo r perm ission to im- M exican lab o r u n d e r th e new m a y be filed w ith U n ited im m igration o r em p loym e n t officials, giving th e num b e r of desired, class o f w o rk, w a g es place of em p loym ent. C a r r i e d in G a » - p r o o f C o n t a i n e r The Q u a r term a s te r ’s D e p a rtm e n t now supplying gas-p ro o f food con- to th e soldiers in th e zone of in F ran c e . T h e s e con- p r e v e n t seepage o f gas into c o n tainers and g u a r d ag a in s t con- ination o f th e food. T h e men rry th e ir em e rgency ra tio n s in the ntainers an d all food bro u g h t up the tren c h e s is carried in th e new A fter th e food is packed in th e they are herm e tically seal- . It is planned to u s e paraffine fo r sling as it settles in th e crevices such a w a y th a t i t m u s t be cu t be- the lids can be t a k e n off. It can applied by ru n n in g th e co n tain e rs a paraffine bath. Because th e supply o f t i n is lim ited t h e re m ay n o t be enough to sup- the needs o f t h e A rm y , th e Q u a r- a s ter’s D e p a r tm e n t is experi- w ith th e w a x p a p e r box. m ade show th a t these boxes all conditions satisfacto rily , tin s and boxes both a r e verm in w a ter proof. i n F i r m A d v e r t i s e s P a p e r U s e s An ad v e rtisem e n t in a B e rlin new s- per, rep o rted by th e “ In f o rm a tio n shows som e of th e m a n y es to which p a p e r is being p u t in any: ‘‘P a p e r s tuff f o r dresses an d ap r o n s ‘‘P a p e r stuff fo r business suits “ P a p e r stuff fo r m a n u f a c tu r e of its \P a p e r stuff fo r u p h o lstery and ‘‘P a p e r stuff fo r tru n k s and bags \P a p e r stuff fo r bags, pillow cases, m a ttresses \Splendidly asso r ted lot fo r sale.” R . A d m i n i s t r a t i o n P r o v i d e * fo r W h e a t H a n d l i n g The box-car situ a tio n is b e t t e r a t esent than it has been a t an y tim e the last t h r e e y e a rs, according advice received by th e D e p a rtm e n t A g riculture from th e R a ilroad Ad- On May first box cars began to into w h e a t t e r r i to r y , and w h e a t- rrying roads are expected to have th e ir lines m o re th a n th e norm a l of cars ow n e d by them . C a rs being parked in w h e a t-loading ry , which was im p o ssible last The R ailrod A d m inistration c o n tinue to m ove cars into w h e a t as long as t h e r e is an y indi- th a t ad d itio n a l cars will be TH E EA S T HAM P T O N STAR, FRIDAY, JU L Y 5, 1918 Sag H a rbor Savings Bank Sag H a rb o r, N. Y., J u n e 24, 1918. ' The T rustees of th e Sag H a rb o r j S a v ings B ank have declared a sem i­ an n u a l devidend a t th e ra te o f FOUR P E R C E N T p e r annum fo r th e six j m o n ths and t h r e e m o n ths ending J u n e 30, 1S18, payable on and a f t e r Ju ly 20. 1918. M o rey deposited on o r b e fore Ju ly 12, 1918 (th e ten t h business day in Ju l y ) will be en titled to in terest from Ju ly 1, 1918. W. D. Halsey, President. E. L. T indall, T reasu rer. 32-2 Stockholders’ M eeting T h e an n u a l m e e ting o f th e Stock­ holders of th e M a idstone Club, of E a s t H a m p ton, L. I., fo r th e election of D irectors and Inspectors of E lec­ tion, an d fo r th e tran s a c tio n o f an y o th e r business th a t m a y p roperly be b ro u g h t b e fore th e m e e ting, will be held a t th e Club H o u se in E a s t H a m p ­ ton, on S a tu rd a y , Ju l y 13th, 1918, a t 1 1 :30 a. m. D. W. M cCord, S e c retary. E a s t H a m p ton, N. Y. J u n e 28th, 1918. 32-3 S T O C K H O L D E R S ’ M E E T I N G The an n u a l m e e ting of th e stock­ holders of th e M ai'dstone Im p rove­ m e n t C o m p a n y , f o r th e election o f di­ re c to r s and inspectors of election, and fo r t h e tran s a c tio n of any o ther business th a t m a y properly be b ro u g h t b e f o re th e m e e ting, will be held a t th e M a idstone Club House, in E a s t H a m p ton, N. Y., on S a t u r ­ day, Ju l y 6, 1918, a t 2:3 0 p. m. Sam u e l T. Skidm o re, S e c r e tary. E a s t H a m p ton, Ju n e 21.. 1918. T H E It is m o s t im p o r t a n t w h e n y o u r F o r d C a r re q u ire * m e ­ c h a n ic a l a t t e n t i o n th a t y o u p la c e it in c h a r g e o f th e a u t h o r i z e d F o r d d e a l e r , b e c a u s e th e n y o u a r e s u r e o f h a v i n g re p a i r s a n d re p l a c e m e n t s m a d e w ith g e n u in e F o r d - m a d e m a t e r i a l s by m e n w h o k n o w a ll a b o u t F o r d c a r s . S o b r i n g y o u r F o r d to us, w h e r e s a t i s f a c t i o n is g u a r a n t e e d . P r o m p t , efficien t * e r v ice a t a l l tim e s a n d F o r d c a r s , if y o u w ish to buy. E A S T H A M P T O N G A R A G E F. J. H E D G E S & SO N , Props. T e l. 3 1 7 E a s t H a m p to n E a s t H a m p to n , N . Y. I b e s t QUALITY STATIONERY I J W e h a v e re a d y fo r y o u r in s p e c tio n a a a s s o r t m e n t o f fine q u a l- J £ ity W r i t i n g P a p e r in a t t r a c t i v e bo x e s — in p a d s , c o r r e s p o n d i n g c a r d s £ J an d le a f le ts, o r by fh e p o u n d s — C | S H E T L A N D L I N E N , IR I S H L I N E N , W H I T I N G ’S C L O T H F I N I S H , | f V I C T O R Y L A W N , O L D F L A X S T A T I O N E R Y , 5 + P A T R I O T I C S T A T I O N E R Y G | B E S T S T Y L E S IN E N V E L O P E S A N D P A P E R | E. J. EDWARDS’ EAST HAMPTON PHARMACY t s W omen sten o g rap h e rs an d ty p ists now being enrolled in th e Naval as yoem en. A b o u t fifty subsistence inspectors the A rm y atten d e d a school of one recen tly held a t W a s h ington, G., to receive i n s tr u c tio n in m e th- to stan d a r d ize th e inspection of The Sign of Service M o to r A w ide variety o f m ixtures is being sold u n d e r the nam e “ g a s o line.” T h e best w a y to be sure that the gasoline you buy m e a s u r e s up to quality standards T h e Sign of a R e liable D e a ler Gasoline is to buy from the d e a lers listed b e ­ low . sell only S O C O N Y —u n iform , p u r e , pow e r f u l. L o o k f o r t h e W h ite and Blue S o - C O - n y Sign. and th e W o r ld ’s N est G a s o lin e D E A L E R S W H O S E L L S O C O N Y M O I O R G A S O L I N E EAST HAM P T O N H A L S E Y ’S G A R A G E W . P . C O L L I N S F . J . H E D G E S AM AGANSETT C O N K L I N C O . A M A G A N S E T T G A R A G E W AINSCOTT G . C . O S B O R N W A T E R MILL B. A . S C H O L T Z SAG HARBOR J O H N M U R P H Y M. J . M O R O U N E Y BRIDGEHAM P T O N W M . C . E S P H A L S E Y & M c C A S L I N J . E . H A L S E Y SOUTHAM P T O N L . W . R U L A N D S O U T H A M P T O N G A R A G E CO. IR V I N G G A R A G E M . P . E N S T I N E E D W A R D JO H N S O N W . H . H E D G E S J O S . B U T T O O W STANDARD OIL COMPANY of NEW YORK THE BROWN SCHOOL OF TUTORING 241 W e s t 7 5 t h S t., N e w Y o r k C ity T e le p h o n e C o lu m b u s 88 9 4 F o u n d e d 1906. O p e n a ll su m m e r in N e w Y o r k . A lso lessons g iven in a ll s u b j e c t s a t hom e o f p u p ils in S O U T H A M P T O N a n d V I C I N I T Y . E v e r y P u p il sh o u ld do som e s t u d y in g d u r i n g th e s u m m e r . W r i t e o r p h o n e fo r in f o r m a t i o n . JAMES E. GAY & CO. M a n u f a c t u r e r s of CARRIAGES AND HARNESS a n d d e a l e r s in B u s in e s s W a g o n s P n e u m a t i c R u n a b o u t s S t e e l T i r e R u n a b o u ts T o p B u g g ies S u r r e y s O p e n tw o - S e a t W a g o n s G len s F a l l s 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 i n g l e , D o u b le S le ig h s o f A ll K inds HORSE FURNISHING GOODS W e have a well appointed B lacksm ith Shop connected w ith ou r estab­ lishm e n t, and are thoroughly equipped to do a ll kinds of Iron W o rk, Forging, R e p a iring and H O R S E S H O E I N G in th e b e s t possible m a n n e r. E x p e r t horseshoers alw a y s 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 . Y. T e le p h o n e 16-J g P R I N G Q L O T H E S AT MEYER’S STORE We are showing elegant selections of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing at reasonable prices. Visit our Store and lo.ok over our offerings. ___ We are sure that the Prices and Styles will be to your satisfaction FOOTWEAR We are proud of oui' beautiful assortment of Men’s, Boys’, and Ladies’ Shoes. We have Pumps, Oxfords and High Cut Shoes in white buckskin and Cordora leathers in the very latest shapes. _ Drop in and Look Them Over I. MEYER 1918 CR0W-ELKHART CARS M ULTI-POW E R E D V a lv e - in - H e a d M o tor, C o u n te r - b a la n c e d C r a n k s h a f t a n d R e m o v a b le H e a d C — E 3 2 2 - P a s s e n g e r R o a d s t e r ---------------------------------------------------------- $ 9 9 5 C — E 3 6 5 - P a s s e n g e r T o u r i n g C a r ---------------------------------------------------- 995 C — E 3 4 4 - P a s s e n g e r D e L u x e R o a d s t e r -------------------------------------------- 1055 C— E 3 6 5 - P a s s e n g e r D e L u x e T o u r i n g C a r _ _ --------------------------------- 1055 C — E 5 - P a s s e n g e r S e d a n C o n v e r t i b l e ----------------------------------------- 1395 P r i c e s F . O . B. E l k h a r t , In d W i r e w h e e ls $ 1 0 0 .0 0 e x t r a M ONTAUK GARAGE W. D. P a r s o n s & Sons, Prop. T E L . 4 2 - M - l M O N T A U K . N. Y. M o n th of Ro*es, W e d d ings, G r a d u a tio n s a n d A n n iv e r s a r ies OCTAGON\ DIAMOND E/f4A6EMWT RINC A L L PLAT/MUM s4 7 5 .- You will find uh prepared to m eet all your requirem e n ts w ith nuitable g if ts fo r these occasions, and with articles revealing the skill o f the gold­ sm iths and silversm iths. W e are still offering m any p a ttern s in Silver, W a tches, and Diam onds, m u ch u n d e r the present m a rket prices O u r line of M ilitary W rist W a tches is very com p lete, ranging in price from $ 3 .5 0 to $ 0 0 . W e fe a tu r e an exceptionally satisfacto ry one at $100 c . E. FRITTS E x p e r t W a t c h m a k e r a n d O p t i c i a n M ail and telephone orders solicited, Tel. 29-R, Sag H a rbor, N. Y. R e m e m b e r we sell W a tches and Diam o n d s cheaper th a n other*.

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