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PAGE TEN THE COLUMBIA BEPUBLICAN. TUESDAY, / APEH; 1932 RECENT TRANSFERS * OF REAL ESTATE T»fliu M i l le r ,- o f Hr.ufrOn, to I^ydia M itlpr, o f Clavpraelc, tract ’oi; land in tlio v illa g e o f H o llow v llle. H o m ’v R. ■gjaAvrence. liK ooiitor, of Q e r m a n t o w n ,' to IMaiide F o s ter, of -A m sterdam , p a r c e l o f land near C h e ­ v i o t in toAvn o f GermantoAvn. C o n sid­ era t io n $830. A d r ian 1). l.ans<3on and AAdfe, of ^lopake, to f-on-is V a n H o e sen, of H u d .son, lot of land in T oaaui of C 07 F r a n c e s Rocdvefeller, of 'Paahkanic, fo Ira W o o d a r d , of Tas'likanic, pa.i’- cel. o f lanfl AA'ith biiildfns's th e r e o n in T a ^ lik a n ic, Ham u el RabinoAAdtz and AA’ife, H u d ­ s o n , to Alary la b la n s k i, of H u d son, laarcel of land Avith buildifias th e r e ­ i n in Pecond W a r d , H u d son, on th e so u t h e r ly sid e o f S tate St, betAveen Se-c.ond and T h ird Sts. R o b e r t Storm of H u d .son'to E lla A. t'ardAA'clI, H u d s o n , parcel of land on , A ik e n A v e .. F i f t h W a rd, Hnd.son. Jas. .1. Arkin.so.n and AA'ife to .John fT. A r k ls o n , all o f Hud.son, intere.st in rea l estate m a e h inery. etc., of proper- f v k iio v c n a s A r k l s o n tir o s ., ))r ie k - S o p h ic G r a h n , GrccXt Harrin.'^ton, to •M a r tin B. E a ton . Hud.son, tract of land AAdtli biiildin.ns tliorcon in Fourtli TW a r d , H u d s o n , o n n o r t h e r l y s i d e o f Warren St. Eoui.se yr. Thiderhill and F r a n k T. I-T-olsapple as Admrs.. to Jos. V e lk and W ife, Hud.son, real estate Avith build- insvs th e r e o n on th e n o r t h e r ly side of Thiion St.. knoAAm a s M e llen i>lace. t'onsideration $5,100. F r a n k W ilclerm u th and AA'ife, ClaA'- er a c k to C h a r les H iscox, ClaA'erack. lo t Of land AA'ith building's th e r e o n in th e village o f ClaA'eracK. •Pr.ank S. B e c k e r and Avife, K inder- liOoR, to EdAATtrd Gibibon.s, Stu 3 n'esant, p a r c e l o f land Avith ibnilding's thereon in th e villag'e of K inderhook at th e GAS CUT-OFF DEVICE MUST BE INSTALLED T h e B o a r d of Ahh'rm en of XeAA' Y o rk (’ity hy a A'ote or 3S to Ehpa.s.s- ed. an o r d i i i a n e e r e q u ir in g ' an a u t o ­ m a tic .g'a.^out-off to be placed on the outside of every buildiu.g' in tlu' c U. a '. excep t priA'ate dAvelliu.g.s and tAVO- fam ilj' houses. Iteal estate m en and en.g'iuoers had tried to p r e v e n t th e rushing' throu.g'h of thy m e a sure, w h ieli AVill cost the taxpayers $2.3,- DOO.Ohd. it is e s t i m a t e d . 'Phe device. Avhich AVili cost $130 to install, is do- si.gnod to s.'ive the lives of lirem en Avho h a \i' to g'o into burnin.g' huild- SOLD THREE PACKARDS. ■Che.ster 11 - . yiilier, of th e Ei.g'hth street gnrag'e, put in riuite a husy day W od'nesdaj' and during' {lie afternoon sold th r e e uoaa ' P a c k a r d s. A .sedan AA'as bou g h t by (Maude H a rt o f Ger- mantoAAm; and touring's Avere pu r ­ chased by J. H. HoA'cr, of G e r m a n - tOAvn, and X a th a u H e r r ick, of X iver- J ligliAvay C o iiiin ittccs. A A-acancy on llie Sunnysiclo-SttiyA'c- sant rig'ht-of-AA'a>' com m ittee existing', ilie, chairm a n o f the B o a r d of Super­ visors has named on th e committee Jfessrs. G ihhons, X caa ^ a n d Oeor.ge; on th e O opake e o m m itlce ytessr.s. Peck, Gibbons and SAAmet and on the .Mount Ri.ga com m ittee y iessrs. S\voA»t, (>liver and Peck. N o tice (''ommencin.g' May (1 and until fur- M ille r Ho^ ;^n, close Saturday ndard tim e .—rAdv. 'over, G e r m a n at 12 o’clock corner of Hudson St, and Maiden EdAA'ard Eennej- and AA'ife to Eiriin.'i A. yriller, Copake, p a r c e l of land Avith building's thereon on sou th e r lj' side of G r een St. SPECIAL DRESS SALE THIRTY DRESSES ('Consisting of Canton Crejie, Georgette, Taffeta, Serge and J ersey, in all colors, sizes 16 to 4-2, all this season’s models, and at greatly reduced prices; regular $15.00, $25.00 and $30.00 values, reduced $10.00, $15.00, and $20.00 COATS- A special offering of Spring Coats in Po­ lo, Tweeds, Velour Tricotine and earn­ ers Hair, in Sport and Wrap Models. Special, $12.00 to $49.50 HUDSOM’S LEAD.TNG CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE W. C. FALK & SON 543 Wa.rren Strdet. HOSIERY FOR SPRING WEAR ^'OHYX” and other makes of fine silk Hosiery for women; full fashioned and in the new colors, $ 2 pair. make with Pointex heel, in lisle at 7 5 ^ and ? 1 .00; in silk, ^2.25 and $2.98. Kayser Silk Hosiery; Italian silk in novelty designs at $2.98; regular silk in heavy weight,'$3.00 and :$3.50. Kayser Holette Hosiery, a novelty in the hosiery line at $2.98 Silk Hosier}^ to match tweed suits in both plain and clocked effects at $ 1 .50 Sport Hosiery in wide ribbed effect. HOSIERY FOR MEX—Silk and lisle in the best makes. Interwoven, Onyx, etc. OBITUARY (U X )U G E AV. H AVER. G eorge V ' M ayes, ngert SS yc'.u'.s, ■pi'ominent re.sidenl o f E.a.st Na.ssaxi am i gi'andfalhor of Ed.sel B e n n e tt of nud.'.on, died Thur.-^day nigh t a t his hom e . H e is “survived hy his Avife aiiid one daughter, .Airs Maren.s Boix- iictt. h'uncral .sa-r v ices Avere held l•■'J•il^ay m o r n ing a t 11 o clock .at his ia le lionip. liE O l H i K AV. W m 'I'IU N 'Iv . G e o rge W . MMiilljpck. furn'.O 'ly postm a s lej- v>f X a s s a n . oied F r i d a y a t (he A lbany 1 1 o.spila 1 au .er a lo.ng ill- mess. H o Avas l)')i'ji in .Vasyau sev e n ty ycar.s ago an d h a d fo r a tim i ' ))e(>n I'OAVn s u p e r in f e n d e n l of highAvav.s and ju.silce of Uie pta.-e a n d pf)iicc. Ili^ term of office .s.s nui.sier (.>.pir.f.l l‘■’e^)I'luu'y I. .-Adiliado K y a n . yii.s.s .Adili;id<' R yan daughter of H enry T . R y a n of P<oston, M ass., died W e d n e sday at the hom o of lier sis- tei', iMt's (Miarli'S IloAA'arth on Spring street, P h a th a m . -Miss R y a n Avas visitin g iier si.ste.r Avhen taken ill, the cause of d e a th Ijeiiig a-heumati-suA of the heart. 'Phe romain.s AA'erc taken to HaA'erili. iMa.s.s.. her form e r hom e Avliovc th e funeral Avill he held. .1 l o w 1 / r r H o n j ’O N. X paa ' s AA'as receiv e d h.y relatiA'es. in •Philmont S u n d a y o f t h e deatk o f J oav - ott Horton at his winter houip in En- lerpri.se, PMorida. 'P avo of hi.s dau g h ­ ters,' Airs Ei'uest Van W a g o n e r of T o t­ ten ville, S. I. and Airs Fora. Everedts o f B r o A v ster, X\. Y. le f t a IV aa ' d a y s g a o fo r Florida, u p o n h e a r i n g o f th e i r father's serious illness, ■M'he'Imdy Avill be l)ronght to P h il- h o n t and buried beside- th a t of h is AvifG, AAdio also died in F lorid a sever­ a l years ago. 'The fu n e r a l AA'ill iai 'O- ba'bly be hold on W e d n e sday. A n iS ANIJKEAV N . H A K U E K . A fter an illne.ss of se'v'eral m o n ths, M rs -YndreAv X'. H a r d e r passed aAA'ay at (''hatham Thur.sday morning'. The deceased is survived l)y her husband and one son, (.'harles E. 'Phe fu n e r a l AA'as held from th e h o m e of her .son on .Tones aA'enue, Saturday a f t e r ­ noon at 1:30 o’clock and the th e .ser­ vices Avere ])rivate. ReA'. J-[. C. W r ight pa.stor o f th e R e form e d church officiated . T h e Imd;. Avas he taken to (Aastleton, X. Y. for in­ term ent. AIKS C A T H liK IN ig DITlfF. 'Phe rem a ins of Mrs C a therine B u ff, .an old resid e n t of H u d son, Avere brought to th is citj' AA’'erinesGai' a fter­ noon on the 3:15 o’'Clock and in ter­ m e n t AA'as m a d e in th e fa m ily p lot in Cedar P a r k cem eter.v. 'Phe deceased had b e e n a re.sic],^nt of Saranac E a k e for th e p a s t ten years btit b e fore m o v ­ ing- to th a t p lace had lived in H u d ­ son for fifty ye&rs. She h a d 'been in ill h e a lt h for ab o u t a year. Sh e w a s th e wicloAv o f Alartin D u f f, of H u d son, anid is stu ’A'ived on ly by a daug'hter, K a th e r y n D u ff, of Saranac L a k e , AIR.S L O r i.S E DICCKER The death o f Airs Louise Decker, o f H illsd a le, AV'idoAv o f AVilliam D e c k ­ er, occurred at lier hom e , OakAA'ood Terrace, Saturday, April 13, at 7 o’Glook^,^She w a s in her S 2 ud year and d e a th Avas cau s e d by a strok e of paralysis AA'hich she had suffered (about a Aveek liefore. All’s D e c k e r AA'as born in H illsd a le and lived a ll h e r life on a farm ju s t Avest o f the. v illage. She AA'as the d a u g h ter o f F r a n c is B. and E m m e lin e S. (B u r t is) F e r g u s o n . H e r hu.sband w a s AVilliam D e c k e r , Avho died in 1899. She Avas Avell knoAvn th r u o u t th e cou n t y as aa ' c II as in h e r n a tive town, Avhere hy h e r m a n y d e e d s of Deaths. SA G l'lN D O R P H — A t A lellenville, X. Y„ A p r il 22, 1922, P e t e r H . Sagen- dorph, aged 6 G y e a r s. F u n e r a l .services AA'ill he h e ld T u e s d a y aftern o o n a t 2 o’clock iro m his. lute resid e n c e in A lellen­ ville. In term e n t in Aleilern'llle. AAiEBSTER— In. th is city, A p r il 21, 1922, X in a Jane R o u s e , AA'ife of C h a r les AA'ebster. g t m U o k i n d n e s s a n d n o b l e tra it s of c h .'irn c t e r . .slie alii'tic-ied lo iierselC th e I oa T and e.steem of m a n y friends Avho Avill le a r n o f Tier d e c i-a s i' Avith r n g r e t . Jhn- o n l y .su r v iv i n g vc'lallvi'.s a r e cou- 'Phe rtinorq.] . took place 'Pue.sday froju h e r late residence, O a k w o o d 'I'er- rare. at 2 o'cMoc'k, in th e aftm 'nuon. li.ev. Jam e s BriinelOAV, pa.stor of the .M e th o d i.st' c h u r c h of H illsd a le, of AA'hich Mr.s Ds’ck e r aaus ' a loyal m e m - m er. officiated . In le n n e n t w a s m a d e in llu' fam ily jiaoc ’ at X o r h •Hilhsdale.- .MBK P A I f O l i J M ' , E A V i ' F l l R . .Mrs C a roline k a u ffer. a form er re'-'ideul of th is cify, died 'i’hiu'.sday at lier hom e in B r o o k lyn. Hei- body wa.s Ill-ought li(>re Salurday and burial services w e r e held a t G licut lu th e aftern o o n . Alr.s- 1/auffer form e r ly hA-ed in G h e n t, and fo llo w in g the death Of iter hiisltand at a com p a r a ­ tively (xu'l.A age, .she AViih her young children cam e to H u d son and I'osided here for a num lter or year.s, remoA'ing to H rooklyn lAvimty-hve or m o r e years Airs r.au ffer AVius ”72 j'oai's of age, and Avas a Avoman Avho h a d inany fi'iend.s. As a Avidow' Avith four little c h i l d r e n s h e l.'ihored u n d a u n t e d l y and e\-ci' AA'ith a h e a r ty s p i r i t of good-AA'ill iind eheerines.s to proA'ide, for and p r o .s p e r h e r o f f s p r i n g , a n d o f th e three noAV living, Ihe tAvo daughtoi’s.. the Alis.sos (\arrie and T.iOuise, are teach e r s in the G reater X oav Y o r k puhlio schools, while the son, Jacon, is a proprietor o f a, plTarmacy. VA'Ii- liam Steitz, the Avell knoAvn Civil Avar, veteran of tlii.s city, is a brother th e departed, and th e late F r e d e r ick A. Rteitz, Of lliTs city, Avas also her iu'other. 'Phe old Hud.son K iver s.team b o a t, CMtr.A'slen.'ih. Avhich for years plied hetAveen X’ew Aiorlc and. P e o k s k ill. and AA'a.s A v reeked by a .stoi-iii a n d -iiloAVn into tile liead of E c h o (\’reek off N gav R o c h e lh' earlj' last year, aa ' us floated at hi.gh fid»' and toAA'od to Oy.sler B a y yestordai'. 'Pite (Mirj'stenah becam e ,a n excursion boat on Tjong Islan d Sound tAVO year.s ago. In llie storm ia.st year sh e Avas Avedged iK-tAA'cen the .stone AA'alks of th e ci'eek and the in- .surance com p a n ies paid a total loss to her OAA'ner.s. 'Phe. (Mt.v of X cav Itoc'helle acquired titie and so ld her at pub lic au c tion for $1 to Fredoi'ick „W ejick, AA'ho rebuilt her as a fei'ry- b o a t and Aviil p;^-obably use her again on th e H u d s o n ; (M iauncey AI. DepcAV and the la i c Jamo.s W . H u s ted used to travel on th e old Chi'y.stenah. -MR.R ('II.VULE.S WKB.S'l’lU l. F o llo w in g an illne.ss sin c e last July AV'liicli su d d e n ly b e c a m e critical a day or so ago. Airs C h a r les W e b ster q u iet­ ly p a s sed aAA'ay at her h o m e on upper C o lum b ia street about 11 o’clock F r i­ day m o r n ing. Airs AVebster w a s seri­ ou sly sti'iokeu last sum m e r a t her cottage at Luke • C h a r lotte, and in sp ite o f a l l th.at loA 'ing h a n d s and m e d ical sk ill could do, her slren g lh grad u a lly b e c a m e w e a k e r u n til the end cam e. 'rhe deceased AA'as I kuti at Alalden B ridge, the d a u g h ter of Air and Alns Jam e s Roust'. PoUoAviug her marri;'..ge in' ES9G sh e lived in N o r th (M iatham a'nd R en.sselaer b e fore oomiu.g to H u d son tAvelve years ago, AA'here she had since resided. She aar ' s a Avoman of th e h igh e s t type, Avhose b e a u tifu l life Avas given to d o in g k in d n e s s e s to a ll and injury to hone. Q u ietly sh e AA'dlked the pathAA'ay of life, ever w ith an ou tstretch e d uand to aid a friend in need. B u t it Avas in her h o m e and am id th o s e sh e so d e a r ly loved, th a t sh e found life ’s .greatest hap p in e s s , and it is th e r e th a t th is fon d and lo v in g AA-’ife and m o th e r Avill be sad ly m issed. She Avas a m e m b e r o f th e F irst A lethodist church of H u d son and of Alount Alerino Chapter, Order of E a s ­ tern Star. She is survived ijy' her husband, C h a r les AA'ebster, w h o is su p e r in ten d ­ en t of th e railroad o f th e XeAV Y'ork an d N e w E n g lan d C e m e n t Co.; tAVO daughters. Airs F r a n k B e s t and Airs C h a r les Sherm a n : one son, Geoi'ge, of th i s city, and a sister, Airs F loren c e L e ster, of Troy, 'rhe b u r ial Avill be at E a s t N a ssau. E n joyed A .Supper. lemhei's of the Spani.sh War A^'et- ei-a n s last,, n i.g h t e n j o y e d a s u p p e r ai the Shirley restaurant. D R . W ILLI.S G. T U C K E R . Dr. AAMilis 'G a y lord 'TiicKer, one of .the best knoA v n ch e m ists in th e co u n ­ try, died a t h is hom e , 459 S tate street, Alljany, F r id a y n ig h t a fter an illn e s s of a m o n th Avith pneum o n ia. H e Avas 7 3 years old. H is fu n e r a l w a s held at h is resid e n c e A londay aftern o o n at 2:30 o’clock, 'fh e R e v . r. AVilliam H e r ­ m an H o p k ins, pastor o f th e F irst P r e s b y terian church, conducted the services. The hearers .were: , Dr. A n d r e w A lacFarlane, Dr. A lbert V a n d e r A’'eer, Dr. Edgar A. Vander A“cer, F r a n k A'an B n e th u y s e n ,, Dr. John AI. Clarke, Dr. Cyrus S. Alerrill, Dr. Jam e s P. B o y d , Dr. A r thur B e ­ dell, P r o f. H o ffm a n o f UniO'u U n lver- ,sity, Geu. A m a sa J. P a r k e r , J. N e w ­ ton F iero, F r e d e r ick F . AA'adhans, R o b e r t O lcott, A. P a g e Sm ith and E d w a rd AV. R a n k in. Dr. 'Tucker Avas ijorn O ctober 31, 1849, in a p a r t o f B e t h leh e m noAv included in A lb a n y city, th e you n g e s t son o f L u th e r T u cker, fou n d e r o f th e PAUL WHITEMAN’S Fan^ous Orchestra Avliose heavenly music sets all feet stiiTiiig and all hearts healing faster ----- PLAYS FOR THE ----- M AY D A Y DANCE ----- OF THE^— HUDSON MASONIC CLUB AT THE STATE ABMOBY TUESDAY, MAY 2ND, ’22 DANCING NINE TO TWO (N E W TIAIE) TICKETS $1.50 (INCLUDING WAR TAX) This is the Big Dance of the season that yon can’t af­ ford to miss. With this Avonderfiil orchestra and the miique decorations, it is going to be an event long to be remembered bj^ those in attendance. CHRYSTENAH MAY BE RETURNED TO RIVER HAD A COLLISON. Jolin Goor.go, of Gliont; and T h o m a s Banbara, of th is city, furnished a lit­ tle cxciteaAient A londay Avhen th e h'ord car Of the G h e n t m a n and the m o tor­ cycle of th e locxil m a n m e t in a co l­ lision at the, corner of AV'arren and. South F o u r t h .''.ti'eets. G e o r g e aa '.'^ pas.sing dOAvn W a r r e n and a ttem p ted to turn into South Fourth street, out of -which B a r b a r a Ava.s riding- on an Indian m o lorcj'cle. 'Phe car h it the cycle a glan c in g hlOAv, lien d in g Ih/' h a n d le b.ir and th e iniid gnard. q'he iig lits on th e Jford Avere sma.shed. O fficers AIcEnneny and H a ig h t took th e m e n to P o lice headquarters Avhere th e y settled lietAveen them for the dam a g e s done by the collision. HELD SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION MONDAY Took Place at Reformed Church And Largely At tended by School Delegates Roche.ster “-Advertiser,” th e first d a ily paper ])ublished Avest of A lliany, and of th e “C o u n try G e n tlem a n ,” th e oldest agi'icultural jjaper in th e Avorld. Me Avas ed u c a ted in th e A lbany -Acad­ em y and AA'as grad u a ted in 1866. Hfe entered th e A lbany A ledical college, taking- th e d e g r e e of AI. D. in ;LS70. H e n e v e r practiced m e d icine, h o w ­ ever, but devoted h im s e lf to ch e m is- ti-jx Avhich he ta u g h t in th e A lhanj' A c a d e m y , th e A lbany F e m a le A c a d ­ em y , th e A lb a n y H igh School, St. A g n e s ’ School, th e A lbany C o llege of P h a r m a c y of Avhich in s t itu t ion he AA'as p r e s id e n t of th e facu lty, tru s tee and dean for a n u m b e r of years, and for 44 years in th e A lb a n y M e d ical C o llege from 1S71 to 1915. H e also AA'as registrar of t h e college from IS 81 to 1913; and dean o f th e fa c u lt y for 1914 and 1915, th e n resigning- h is po­ sition there. H e is survived hy h is Avife, form e r ly M iss J la y NeAvman; one son, W illis G a y lord T u cker, .Tr.; tAVo daughters, Airs A lbert W . P u tn a m an d M rs H e n r y H o lt; fou r gran d d a u g h ters, and one brother, G ilbert M. Tucker. The an n u a l convention of the, tirst district of th e C o lum iha C o u n ty .Sun­ day .cichool as.sooiation began yester­ day at th e R e foi'ined church of (h is city Avith afternoon and evenin.g .ses­ sions, l)otb of AA'hic'h Avere attended 1)A- largo galh e i'in g s of inte rested m en and Avomoh. A num b ei' of in t e r e s t ­ ing talk s Avei-e given and en lig h ten ­ ing' d iscussions on m a n y sui)jects. 'Pile program opened. Avith devotion led Ity M o rris V a n de B o g a r i, Avho is district suiM -rinleudent, and after the roll eall of th e schools, tAvo ta iiv s Avei'e giA'pn. th e iirst on “ H oav T o Conduct a H o m e 1 ie p a i'trnent,” liy IMi's I'\'. R. HathaAvay and tlie .‘-econd l)j' IMi'S IPranklin B r im m e r , su p e r in ­ tendent of ciiildren'.s AA'ork, on “'Phe EfHcic'nt <’radio R o ll.” A.I'ter re])orts of th e dislrict offioev.s and appointm e n t of oon im iltees, W. ,P. M o ody, division director of th e four cou n ties gave a splendid ta lk on “M issionary E d u c a tion in the Sunday Sc-iiool.” M iss E lsie B r istol gave a report of the Sai'atoga Sum m e r Sch o o l Avhich Avas m o s t in t e r e s t i n g w h i l e . M iss .Joyce RoAvii'y p r e sented an eq u a lly inUn'C.'it- iug i-eport on th p daily A a ication B ible School h e ld in t h i s c it j ' la s t sum m e r . M rs B r im m e r m a d e a report on the Avork done at th e county fair ex h ib it at C h a tham . , A very able paper Ava.s given, by Mr.s F r a n c e s McKCnno on ‘ ‘H o w 'I'o Get P u p ils '.Po Stu d y ,” and Jkli'S .1. H a r v e y Mni-p'liy’.s di.sciission of “H oav T o C o n ­ duct a Pj'im a r y D e p a r t m e n t .” AA'as m u c h appreciated. '.Phe even in g .session be,gan at 7:30 and Avas- equally as Avell atten d e d and. a s e n j o y a b le ^ a s t h e a f t e r n o o n .ses­ sion. D e v o tions' Avei'e, led hy Ylr M o o d y AA'hich Avas folloAved by reports o f c o m m i t t e e s and d i s t r i c t o f f i c e r s . Yli'S B r im m e r p r e s e n ted an in t e r ­ estin g discussion on “B x p r e s s ion a l A c t ivities of th e C h ildren's DiA'ision” and th e address of th e eA’en in g Avas given by R e v J. H a r v e y M u r p h y and proved a very splendid talk. A n election of officers Avas held A vhich resu lted as foUoAA's:: j P r e s ident— ^AndreAA' -Anderson. Vice President—^L. R. Guillerman. ' Secretary— ^^Mrs E. M. K a rr. T r e a s u r e r — Yliss L illy D e c k e r . S u p e r intendent— ^Frank R . H a t h a - A sst. Supt.— H. E. D o u g h ty. Supt. E lem e n tary AVork— M iss Car- I'ie B u m p . Supt. A d u lt AA^'ork— ^Alec Ci'bulas. S'upt. Honre D e p a r tm e n t— ^Alrs F. R. H a th a w a y . Supt. Y o u n g P e o p le's AVork— Yliss F lo r e n c e M oore. URGES! FRUIT CROP IN YEMtS SAYS GROSS A ccordirig to opinion o f T h o m a s E . Ci'o,of La.g'rangevilic, prAsidenf o f i.he. .\PAv Y'ork State H o r ticu ltu r a l ,=ocji-t.v, (he com in.g fruit ci'Op is g-oin.g- to lift th e lar.gest in A'ear.s, not o n ly in apph'S, l)ut peaches-, pear.-', and othei'^ fru it crops. 'J'he AJelnto.shfc.s, a n d other ea r ly varieties are .just n o w be.gi'ining to .“rboAV jAink, Air. C ross stated 'rue.sday, a n d the .sprayin.g se.-ison i.s noAV a t its hei.ght in th e fru i t gi'OAving .sections of J)u{chess__county. AUhou.g'h Air. Cro.ss iuis n-l)Out 7,e0U trees a t h is place at L a g r a n g c v ine, h e l)asn’t yet .sy)ra.yej a .sin.gle tree. “J never spray nritii there is som e tliing- to sp r a y for,” he said, and gave h is opinion th a t there is a gr('at deal o f m o n e y and tim e Avn.sted by .'»))raying at Avrong\season.s or Avhen tljere i.s no infe.station to sin-ay for. W h ile m a k in g a v isit to tlie ioc.al F a r m B u r e a u 'I'uesday' aftern o o n , Air. r‘ro.s.s and th e cou n ty agen t, ]<Tank H. Lacy, discussed at len.gth som e of the proltlem s of fruit s.pi'aying', w h ich i.s now claim in g tlie alten iio n of m o s t of th e farm e r s Avho rai.se apple.s or o th e j- fru it for i-om n iercial p-.npos.ep. Air. L a c y (luoted .some iu.sm u -U o n s g iv e n in a letter fj'om f - B . f'ro.sshy. Of the d e p a r t m e n t o f entomolo.g.v', of the. S tate ('oilege o f h.g'ricuhure, w h i c h a r e p a r t i c u l a r l y d e .sig n e d to assist fruit .groAvers in .g'cUin.g'. the b e s t resu lts from th e ir spraying'. A n im p o r t a n t portion of the letter is here quoted: “F a ilu r e to find th e in s e c ts in th e buds m a y iead to erroneous con c lu ­ sion s a s to the a d v isab ility of ap p ly ­ in g n icotin e in th e delaj'efi dorm a n t. On th e , other hand, an abundance o f . nym ph.s on th e /b u d s does not alAvays sig n ify-seriou s injui-y to th e crop. U'he m o s t im p o r t a n t factor to be consider­ ed is the h isto r y of the orchard w ith refernce to previous outbreaks. “I f th e - o r c h a r d h a s never b e e n in ­ fested w ith a p h is in pret'ious years, it i.s n o t lik e ly th a t th e omis.sion of nicotirie su lp h a t e in th e d e layed dor­ m a n t sp r a y w o u ld be of serio u s con ­ sequence. O therw ise it is certain ly best to stan d on the .safe .side b y a p ­ p lyin g th e n icotin e .” Card o f 'riKUilv.s W e Avi.sh to thank our . n e igh b o r s and friends fo r their k in d n e s s at recen t death o f our hu.s'band and father, J. H. Riinge, and for floral o f f e r i n g s . AIRR. J. H. 'RUNGE AND FAAHLY, G e r m a n tow n .— ^Adv'. C ardIt. oJJ. f T h a n k s t J AVe desire to e.xtend th a n k s to ail friends a: .... onr sin c e r e a n d n e igh b o r s for th e ir k indness and sym p -athy dur­ inn g thn e illnlln e s s andim d e a th o f ourur b e- ­ i g t e i e s s a ueaLji. o f o b e lOA-ed husUmnd and father, L loyd AI. Aros.bufg'h, and a lso fo r th e floral tributes. AIRS. C A R R I E ArOSBURGH, AIRS. E D G A R AIIERS. A n c r a m , N . Y\.— Adv. __________ . 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