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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, July 09, 1924, Image 5

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iCOUNTY NEWS SHUSHAK —Clarence Jackson has a new Ford. —Mrs. Roger Craner has b«en vis- ^’itinir in Cambridge recently. ^ - S ig n a Walpole of I'Jew Y»rk is at M rs , Towi Keiski’s for the summer. —Archie Allen of Three Rivers, Canada, is visiting at Isaac Shields'. —Wilda Green of Troy is visiting; ' her krandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. ! Gre&n. J —Thf Piser ami Green families pic- | nic«J lip the- river in Baker’s woods )jF riil ay. Jennie Hover of Delmar, If., was a guest of Mrs. J. B. Shaw bail same was played in Jackson mea­ dow in the afternoon between West Hebron and Shushan which resulted in iuror of Shushan 17 to 8. Over a hundred people witnessed the game. The stores were closed nearly all day anil the poatoffice was only open at mail tim e . Clarence Jackson did not CAMBRIDGE (Continued from paffe 3) — Rev. H. S. Rowe occupied the pul­ pit of the Methodist church at Sal^m Sunday. — Thomas Byrne.s of Schenectady was the over Sunday guest of his deliver mail on the rural routes that trnotflel.i Mrs. Patrick Byrnes, toy- — Mr. anil Mrs. Janies Drummond Newman M. E. Church returned Saturday evening after hursday. — Miss Dorothy Brown of Cobleskill has bet-n spending a few days at her ' home here. —Victor Saari, who has been ■work­ in g in New York, is at his home in •’Sandgate. , —Mrs. Julius Moeller ard son Don­ ald of Cambridge are visdting at ^ r a n k Santus’. —George Randall of Nc-w York spent from Thursday till Sanday at his home here. — Mr. and Mrs. W illiam Hawks of , Bennington visited Mr. and Mrs. J . B. ’ Shaw recently. — Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shaw visited ■' Rev. and Mrs. George Al^en at John- sonville Friday. — William I. Bininger of Thoy spent . Sunday? at Maple Lawn with Mr. and Mrs.. A. I. Bininger. —Judge Kahn, Mrs. Kahn, Henry I Kal»n and Miriam Kahn *wer« at Un- i dertreps over the week-end. — Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green have returned to Schenectady after spend­ ing a few days at A. H. Green’s. — Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Green, jr.. and daughter Winifred of Bingham- *, ton are visiting at A. H. Green’s. — Some of the young people here motored to Beartown Saturday n»,;nL . and enjoyed a supper in the <operi. — Cornell Gray has returned to Bos- Prayer meeting in the chapel Wed­ nesday evening, July 16, at 7:30. Study of the i)oth Psalm. The Sunday school picnic which was to have been held at II edges lake Friday, Ju ly 11, has been postponed to Tuesday, July 15. A ll wishing to go are recfWsted to meet at the church at !> o’clock a. m.. Those who ha-ve cars that can carry extra ones ar.e a-sked to be on hand to assist in carrying the children. Subject of sermon nest Sunday morning— W alking with God. was Mrs. John COSSAYIim —A. daughter, Emma Lena, born June 29 to Mr. and Bain. —L.A n Duel and Mr, Knapp of Si»uth Granville were visitors at New­ comb S. Pratt’s Friday. —M r s . J a m e s C. C lo u g h sp e n t p a r t of lust week w i t h M.r. and M rs . George Clough at Fort Miller. —E . S. Seaver of Glens Falls has ► committee. spending several‘days at Essetf. — Lawrence Ihrisky and John. Ste- fanovise left Sunday for a motor trip to New York city, where they will re­ main two weeks. — The Ladies Aid society of the Presbyterian church will hold a lawn social at the home of the president, Mrs. Frank Richardson, Thursday af­ ternoon. — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stefanovise and Miss Annie Stefanovise of New York are spending the summer with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stefan Stefanovise. — Mr. and Mrs. George S. Stantop left Sunday for their home at Am1- sterdam after spending two weeks with their nephew, William S. Law- [ton, and niece, Mrs. Dewey G. Camp, bell. —Ondawa-Cambridge chapter, D. 1 A. R., Will hold the July meeting with ■ Mrs. Charles W. Larmon at Salem on 'Tuesday afternoon, July 15. Mrs. , Frank Sisson is chairman of the social A program ■will be ren- . ................................................................. siiiliiimiiiiiimtiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimmiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiuiijiiiiiiiiiiiuiiftiiuiaiiimiim The Fort Edward Advertiser I FORT EDWARI>, Y., JU L Y 9, 1924 ' | . ......... . ..................itiiiiiixiimtimminit I'liiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiirtiimiinmimtHiiiiimiiiiimimiiiiitimimnimuiimiiimiiniiiuiuiiimijHBiiiiiJiiuuiiimT Thu- office of The Fort Edivard Ad- vertiMr, which has been closed for the pa-t year, will be opened ntf'xt Monday morning, according to the pre-.i.t plans, and will resume busi- nes as a general job printing office. A 1'-cal business office of The Green­ wich Journal and Fort Edivard Ad­ vert iht will also be located there. The <flic i e* will be irj. charge of Ken- netli McRae, who will conduct the job print mu business and also have chat Lri' nf the local news and adver­ tising service. Mi .Me Eae, whose home is in Schujlervi lie, has had a number of yeai- tx|>t-rience in printing and ne\ -caper offices in his home town and in I'n>y and Glens FaJls. He has also attended the Empire State school of pnr.tiiiK at Ithaca. The Journal- A d v iitw r bespeaks «for him the cordial* support good will which it ha.- -i lar- found the people of Fort Edw.mi very ready to extend. Village Jail Criticized. A report of a recent inspe c tion of the Fort Edward village ja in made by C. D. Patten of the state prison commission was read before a meet­ ing of the village trustees Blonday evening. The report speaks Jiarshly Annual School Meeting. The annual school meeting of Union Free School district No. 1, Town of Fort Ecl-waid, N- Y., will be held in the Broadway school build­ ing Tuesday, August 5, 1324, at 7:30- p.m., for the purpose of presenting- to the taxpayers a budget for the L-omin'j year, and the transaction of I such other business as may properly come before the meeting. FRANK H. HOYSRADT, President. Fred A. Davis, Clerk. Dated July 5, 19 24. Annual School Ele-ction. , r . . . , The annual school election af of the condition of the jail and says; Vnion Free Scho()1 rfistrjct No. 1E that it must be repaired and i mprovedj Town of Fort Edward, N. Y., will or it will be ordered closed. The| *>« in the Broadway school build- matter is in the hands of a special;\1? Wednesday, Augusts, 1324, from . 1 to 6 p.m. for the purpose of elect- committee of the trustees. I in„ three trustees for the term of Another state department -was also| three years each, to succeed B. Frank heard from R. K. Fuller, L'ornmis-i Thebo, Willianj T. Gilchrist, S. B. sioner of canals, calling the attention j <*'r'PP' FRAX K K HOYSRADT President. purchased the Cheese com pany s ten­ ement and opened a barber shop. —Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Miller and son of Ilion are visiting her sis­ ter, M rs. Nelson Skellie, and family. -The Woman's Baptist Mission cir­ cle will meet with Mrs. James C. Clough Thursday, July 17, at 3 o’clock. —Mr. and Mrs. Grover Campbell and children of Albany are spending the week with MTs. James C. Clough. -Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bromley and family o f Schenectady visited Mr. and Mri. Bert Bromley and family Sun­ day. — Mr. and Mrs. Horace Orr, Mr. dered and supper served. ton after spending a month with his |^£rs_ NeWcomb S. Pratt nnd Mrs. An- parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Gray. —Miss Helen Sherman ef Cam­ bridge was a week-end guest of Mrs. W itliam Watkins at Anaquassicoke. lui r . Reid were Saratoga visitors Sato rday — Mr. and Mrs. Horace Orr of N'ew- tonv l 1111, Mass., spent the week-end — A daughter was born to Mr. andJt£ Newcomb S. Pratt's. FrankThom- Mrs. Dallas Boice Saturday morning was at \y_ j j>ratt’s for the week- in the McClellan hospital, Cambridge. pni| — Miss Sarah Nelson, who has hem ( _ IM.-rntt Jeffers nnd son John of spending several months in Strong- y ork clty anj yirs. I>amel hurst, 111., is expected home this week. (>*(Y)nnor, also of Xew V>rk, are the . -M rs. Britt and daughter Marion j ^ , ^ , nf Mr j effers* daughter. Mrs. >f Newark, N. J., are with Mrs. Mar- J o |ln gam_ . . garet McCollum for the month o f _ c eorge Henry _ Clnjrton Guthrie and family attended meet with Mrs. Wm. J. McClay Fri- Willis and Calvin Patterson ^-alcnic in Kastun Saturday held by day, July 11, at 1.30 o’clock, standaru turned to Philadelphia with their aunt,|,h(, Thoroughbred Guernsey Breeders’ timo- A Pu'mc lunch wil1 he ^rv«d- Mrs. Jones, to spend tlie summer |as^so-olntion. ------------ -Mr. and Mrs. David G Moore of Buried Chineise City and family and NORTH GREENWICH —Mrs. Lucinda Mosher is ill. —Miss Alice Gibbons is visiting relatves at Watervliet. —Miss Frances Skiff of Greenwich is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Clark. —Miss Frances Skiff of Greenwich visited Bert Tefft and family last week. —Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hay were Glens Falls visitors last week Wed­ nesday. , —Bert Tefft and daughter Bernice visited relatives at N'urtli Bennington Sunday. — A family picnic was held at the home uf Mr. and Mrs. Itosooe Moore F riday — Mr. and Mrs. David (1. Moore ot Sihenectady visited tlieir parents unit the Fourth of July. —Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. MfClay, Mrs. Mabel and Miss Ruth Sybrant were Glens Fall- visitors F'nday — Mrs. Edward McKenna and son John of Albany are visiting her moth­ er, Mrs. Herman Barbur. The United Workers society will LOCALS AND PERSONALS - Mi.'^ Kthel Ford is spending two wei-r■ in Ballston Spa, where she is vis::,M_r relatives. - 'If'. Jane Burke of Pittsfield, Ma--, i< the guest of her daughter, Mr- f red D. Gritman. - 11 r . Frank Moynihan and family of i’Mlaiielphia are guests at the Moy ih an home here. - I red Brooks has returned to Le- bar H., after spending the wet> i-rnl at his home h«re. - F .rt Edward merchants will en­ joy i half holiday each Thursday af­ ter i .ii. beginning this week, during the ' iithi of July and August. - Mr-. -James Hold •’ worth and fam­ ily ‘ !■ irlewood, Calif., were the re- cen sts nf Mr*. Holdsworth’s aur .Mr*. V. H. Montana and M n . An i . Nil*->. - \ n « i! in r nf the Fort Edward Au' • lit le cluh will he held Thur--- da^ ei; : iik at 7 :130 o’clock at the vill . truster^' rooms All mcm- bei .iir !v«iue-trd to attend - ’, ■n n eth Mnu h nf Schenectady is lemi ..... I as foreman nf the gang wo’ • <m the ^(instruction nf the Ri\\ r\ai| south of this village. He sue • ■!' Thomas Masters, who has bee of the village to the conditio-m of the Argvle street hridire over the haree 1 canal. This hridei* was erectpd hy ' *he state, and responpibilitr for its m'aintenani-e has been understood t o 1 he with the state, hut it appears that ! ♦he s+q*<. now seeks tn nlace th is1 vr..-nor«ihilitv on the village. TTie floorincr i* wearing nut and in 1 tir-H nf repairs. 1 On motion of Trustee Th i*ho, V’ il- ls<?p President Rohin=on was ntadc\ a '•ommittee to communicate with oth'-r i vi'tan-cs in the state and imaTie an I effort tn secure co-onerative action in test!n'.r the le'^alitv of the state’s'on- tention that thp villaee mustt pay the cost nf maintaining this an*d similar bridges. Fred A. Dated Davis, July 5, Clerk. 1924. School Budget 1921-1D25. Form 2— General Control • (regulative and execu­ tive service) ................. $ 700.00 Form 3 — Instructiomal service (supervision a-nd teaching) ........................ 36,200.0tt F o r m 4 — O p e r a t i o n ' of school plant ................. 5,400.00 F o r m 5— M a i n t e n a n c e sj f plant (upkeep) .............. 1,00Q,.0® Form 6— Fixed charges.. 1,900.0& Form 7— Debt 'service . .. 17,710.0fr Form X — Capital outlay (acquisition and c o n ­ struction). , . ............. .. Form 9— Auxiliary agen­ cies and ot^ier sundry activities . ....................... 200.00' 1,200.00 To Give Youngsters Dinting. ; Plore*; in Fort Edward and vicinitr fin- th*> entertainment bf Fresh A i r ; children from N'eiv York fit r fur the fir-^t two weeks in Aueust are heinir sought hv (■'■nmittees rnaresentinir the various churches of th e villaee. Ipiirntion- money to thea'au^«‘ will nl-n he weli'otred I Tht- f'llcwine are thv rr mim itt>■«'*• :i\n.■p>eii - fmp’ fhe sevi-nl rhiirc'-'e*: Sr Ia\ii‘s Eni-copal rh'l r-ch — Mr« A Fl Wu Vs. Mrs. SarnufU >Ci*wton \Ir- W il'ci Meade. I Cbn^'mp Scicni-e sncie-t v — Mr<. I i A. Davis. J Methodist Epi-cnpal church- M r' ' cTin'liJ Cnr-wpll. Mrs William II j H '11, Mis- Kathryn VYinir I St. Jix'-ph’- churi h -Mis Edward (> Boucher, Mrs. Jp-yie Be mbard Mr> Iuhn Moynihan ! I Baptist church Mr-. S. fl. Banker, | Less estimated Amount £64,310.00 state money 12,560.00 to be raised by U e 51,750.00 FRED A. DAVIS, Clerk. 'If* P Hill M rs . John Wanir. Presbyterian church- Rnhin-on. Mrs F’n-d O O [)orum. -M i<-» Annettr B S-rott. Mrs there. Mr and Mrs. Eugene St-arbuck j|ford were visitors over the Fourth amfl daughter Frances of Cohoes were.a t (hc homi, of hpr p a ^ t s , Mr. and Mary Jackson's over the! at Mrs. Fou rth. — Alfred Craner of Troy and Miss Mite Thomas of Hoosick Falls were Mrs. Moore re- i VS vj . A. F. Johnson. irjained for a visit. — IVlr. and Mrs. LeRoy Norton and .children and Eugene Hammond of recent visitor* at Mr. and Mrs. Roger &enrfj(i E(Jwar(1 Ham_ Place of Itnporicr.ce T h e r e m a i n - of hh nnrl»m ( ' I n n - - ' city, tlie walls nf w h i c l i , b e f o r e It w a s destm je - d bj Clilmi's tiri-t vinpi- nr m o r e than 2.HTKI y e a r s ago. s e e m i n g l y Inclosed more t e r r i t o r y thran Is v\ittiin t i e sp n r l o u s w a l l s of Peking, l ie s he- ■. 1 Thomas Masters, wh in rharge of this work —Plants arc under consideration fur thf la. m g of the c.irner stone of the new sc; ol building now in privcevs nf j constru'i .iin. Ft i.- i-\]M-^ti‘«I that ev- ^ ervthing \ill he in r. limi ss for tho , , | Ihe < ire.nw ich .Journal a.nd r »rt ,,-emonv ,n about a »..-k ^ |E.l*»rH Advert.-er ben. e ma.led —Mr- Robert J. MiCrca 1 thi- week, as it «a- la«t m-e-k, to the* -*reet wa. somewhat .r;ur,-.lbv lieuig j subscribers on the mailing Oi*t at the . . T j „,«. ,n t rs ■ \ifvt»rtisir was «u< pmrtod truck by an automn. ‘ in-t t»i> The mailinir li-ts are Concerning Subsrripli »ns. 35 Years o1 HARDWARE and still in the ring b o w t e L l Hardware, Stoves, Plumbing Electric Supplies, Paints, Lumber, Roofing and Building Material FORT E.DWARD, N. Y. Cecil Schrrer of BrookKr Falls yes;terday mornirtr. .'taken to the Slens Fall- h n Glens -he w a s -p r a l and Crurier — Rev. Mr. Patterson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Lionel Steele, Miss Uaael Steele and D. A. Hunt motored to Troy last Thursday. I — Mr. and Mrs. Simon Pratt and Miss Elinor Pratt of Glens Falls were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Armst rong. -— Ir»hn Hendrickson of Mew York into him has for her has. moved his household goods the house recently purchased hy on Main street. — Mrs. George A. Foster, who been in the McClellan hospital several weeks, has returned to home greatly improved in health. — Mrs. John Campbell of Trenton, N. J-, has presented the Shushan li­ brary with two books. Mistress VVild- in f, by Sabatini, and North of B3, by- Sinclair. — The Jackson and Gilchrist fam­ ilies enjoyed a picnic at the bathing beach Friday. The Foster, Hedges anil Shields families picniced on Isaac Shields’ lawn. — D. A. Hunt and family spent Sun­ days in Poultney, Vt. Miss Edith H u n t who had been attending the Epworth. League convention there, home with them. — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eddy of Brooklyn have been spending a few ~ ?s a t the Eddy cottage at Hedges life with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elddy nd Miss Miriam Eddy. -Over $20 was realised from the eolIectioo-Jsaken in the M. E. church, at the Boy Scout service held re­ cently. This money will be used for the benefit of the local troop, __ Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boecherer iraond Sunday. Mr. Hammond re­ mained with his son fo r a few days. —R. J. McWhorter, John McN’eil ami W. A. McNeil of Black Creek pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jo­ seph McN'eil. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wrye, Walter and Laura Ilorrence of Rotterdam and Archil* Porrence of Vrjryh* were al-'o callers there. — Mr. and Mrs. Mac Mil lin and son anil 'Mr. and Mrs. Justus and daugh­ ter and Mr. Campbell of Brooklyn spent last week with Mr. ami Mrs. [»ick Grant7.. Mrs Justus and daugh­ ter are remaining this week. Mrs. (irnntz and daughter, Mjss Anna .lunge, with their guests, spent last Thursday at I.ake George. neath three or fnur feet of eurth about ji lIer cante to her homt fifty miles south of Peking, awaiting | , the archeologists, writes the Japyn j -Mrs. . . . - ai Kive arrived here from th h >• n ■ar 1 and daughter and Jack Soecherex o f New York have been spending a few 3afs a t Adolph Boeeherer’s and w ith tae ir aunts, the Misses Boecherer. -Mrs. Margaret McCollum, -who nas been spending the winter at Ux­ bridge, Mass., has returned to her home here for the summ«r. She was accompanied home by her son Archie, wlio remained over Sunday with her, — The glorious Fourth was ushered iti by fhe ringing of the church bells -■'i'or a short time and .a bo»fire, but otliet-ViSfe passed off very quietly. A WEST HUBKOtf — L illian Randles is visiting her sis­ ter Doris. — Mr. Dickey and son hitve been vis­ iting friends here. — Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davies are at their home here. — Rev. Mr. Turnbull o-ccupied the pulpit here Sunday. -M rs. Anna Scott is entertaining returned fr jcn<]s from Jersey City. —The Literary league held its pic­ nic a t Round Pond Friday. —Mrs. Mary E. Copeland is spend­ ing some time in Kingston. — Raymond Randles has been spend­ ing some time with his people. — Mr. and Mrs. Archie White en­ tertained friends Independence day. —Mrs. EaTl Wilson spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Newton Rogers. —Gertrude Craig attended the fu­ neral of her cousin, Mrs. Gates, Tues- Advertlser About IOC) jear- after \lp\anrier the Oreat conquered Kiy pt, or lute in tlie Second century R. C., there arose a king In the then comparatively small China who compared fn'vorubly with Alexander ln conquests and empir** huIltfirK nnd wimse empire lasted al­ most until the present day. This was Ch’ln Shlh Huang, or Shlli Huang-Ti (•‘the lirst emperor\) whose rule, end Ing in 101* I! ('., marks the close of the feudal period and the beginning of the empire in Chinese history. Shih Huang-Ti subdued the feudal prlnce«, built the famed great Chinese nail nnd successfully defended the country against the Tartars from the north, standardized moa*y, transporta­ tion, writing and other things which aided centralization and destroyed as much of the ancient classics and tradi­ tions as possible, with tlie Idfea thnt the history of the Chinese empire should begin with his reign. hildren f.irmi r h'me in Black River V i\ n Mr. Slack, who recently tonK up t hr du-j • ms ' of raianager of the .i-hingtnn j manty farm bureau. Tbi’> nr. **>•- i . .ipying Sin* N\*wt<*n flat -\ eet. 1 subscriber! I :me t h ■ last yeir printed fr ni the type Baileys as they were found in the Advertiser office. | In softie instances the addresses on I this list are incorrect, and in others the expiratmn date has not been ad­ vanced as it should be. These cor­ rections (jvill be made a- rapidly js ipossihk*. but the work necessarily re­ quires some time. E. J. BLACK AL NEWSDEA.LER and STATION ER FORT EDVliAkR D, N. Y. OBITUARY IM.lv I day, —Mrs. Harry Barkley and son Scott have left for a visit with her parents. —Many friends from here attended the funeral of Miss Haimah Cronin held in Greenwich last week Wednes­ day. —The news of the death of Mrs. Aiden Gates was received here Sun­ day. Mrs. Gates spent her life here until her marriage. Many friends ex-- teriil their sympathy to Iter husband aeid son. Selected Best of AU Traveling Campanians The Chinese have a fable cf a man who wns once summoned to ajJpear for trial under an unjust accusation. The place where he was to be tried was far distant and the journey was long and hard. Just before starting, three disguised figures suddenly appeared niul asked to accompany him. Said the first, “I cannot promise to go with you all the way, but I will see that you have comfortable lodgings and plenty to eat and drink so long as I am with you.\ The second said, “I ennnot promise you these things, but 1 assure you you shall -have pleasant companionship, laughter and conversa­ tion so long as I am with you.” The third said, “I cannot promise you money, nor even pleasant companion­ ship, hut I will go with you all the way, plead your cSuse before the judge, and testify on your behalf.\ After listening to the offer of 511 these axid weighing careftfily their statements the poor man decided to choose the latter. Whereupon the dis­ guises were removed and lie found the first to be riches, the second his friends, and the third his virtues. I p there any doubt that his choice was wise? Itu m r i l l s C a n 't A grei*. I ustice nf the Peace ^ViU.i’.l I-\h- • . .in's court h:is been “n'.ii1 *•! *■11 ’ days, off and on, with th. trou- - o f IE r. and Mrs. Ross Ruinr ll of H , rtford, and still another «es-i,.n is - eduled fur next Saturla> Mrs- Il mri 11 had her husband arrested. ■ >rging that on the night *f July ^ * came home intoxicated and heat i, He also threatened her life and ih .t of her fiftecn-year-olil son, who a witness against Humrill. Kum- ii I stro n g l y denied the ch a r g e s , and •* i adjournment was taken to yester- ■.iv l to penmit him to engage cousel. Wnen the case »as resumed yester- .US' Rum vill wjus representd by At- f. rriey W illiam \ cuing nf Hudson Fills. Efforts were mad«' to arrange a of peaceful separation between th. couple, but differences arose over the ownership of the furniture in their home at Hartford, so the case was further adjourned to Saturday. HONMYMOON STILL OAT Harr) J. Walkup Harry J. Walkup. aired t hurty-five. | died last Wednesday nn.rra ne at hi- home on Canal street Beside*, hi- widmv he is survned bv t n«i chil­ dren, his mother, Mr«. Annn Walkup and a btofher, Fred Walkup. Funeral -. ruces were held Saturd n.y after- n.M.n, Rev. G. W. Swart of the Metho­ dist church officiating. The Bean's Job. Stude: Say, waiter. I)n this bean soup?\ Waiter: The cook does, “Why, the bean in this big enough to flavor it.” “He isn’t supposed to flai'or it, sir He is just supposed to christen it.”— The Progressive Grocer. -ir -uUgl call isn t STORMTIGHT Roof Paint and Cement DuPont Explosives NEWTON & HILL FORT EDWARE, N. Y. jH jaiaaiarirararaiaiE jaia'agM a E r a a E JB i'anjaranfzr^^ their “ Hasn't yet ?’’ “ Not y-et— she si 111 thing he lias to say,” honeymoon' ended believes every- The Greenwich Journal AND Fort Edward Advertiser The Washington County Newspaper $ 2 . 0 0 a y e a r — a n d w o r t h i t Fort Edward office irill open Monday, July 1 4 yaBjaraiarajEtaraiBiEiHfgiMgjararatzjajayEiEiaiEraisignratgiSiBiHiHtiiafaiHfi

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