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The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, December 17, 1933, Image 7

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T rAuK biA XHb OGDhASrtlKG AlJ\ AACh AM) bl. J.AWhhAl'h *l MUx JJUMUUUAT M .MMi, DhC, j<, vxilj. • i w * 5? if if '4 J? Xan/a Ja wx \GIVE FROM Ramsdell-Ewart » THE GIFT THAT LASTS FOR YEARS TO COME' Furniture is the very nicest gift of all . . . it provides genuine happiness for years to come, and pleases the entire family. Our complete holiday stocks invite your inspection and approval. K 10 YEARS AGO county home. Henry *3t. Andrews, 74. stone uia- Willistou Mauley. 55, dies in[ son - dies j Louis It. Murray appointed regu- lar mail earner. $44,770 made available for Og. densburg harbor. •-onfishoivmen present William A. Smith with a fur coat. James McCasland buys equip- ment of the Ogdensburg hub fac- LOVELY MOHAIR SUITE Fun spring construction carefully tailored uphotsterirsg. New in de- sign, created for genuine comfort plus years cf satisfactory service. BEDROOM SUITES These richly designed suites are sure to make a splendid gift. Wal- nut veneered, consisting of bed, dresser and chest of drawers. Newly styled and at our price it is a real value. End Tables End Tables are always a use- ful gift and especially if they come from our store. See them and appreciate the value. Lamps Choose from Bridge or Jun- ior Ffoor Lamps- Metal bases with silk or parchment shades. Pull Up Chairs Strongly madt and low pric- ed. Upholstered in pretty jaccuz-ti velours. Sewing Cabinets Genuine mahogany top and sides. A useful Xmas gift. Cedar Chests Walnut finished. Cedar lin- ed chests in Urge sizes, a lovety and useful gift. Rugs Axminster Rugs in the latest patterns and colorings. Fring- ed ends. VACUUM CLEANERS OCCASIONAL TABLES MAGAZINE BASKETS CARD TABLES RAMSDELL-EWART INC. Old Ogdensburg Club State Street -ft ft x x 14 i Mi i ('anion. i Mrs. Mira Dean, HO. dies in ; Gutucrneur. 47.000 pounus of turkeys sold at JHcuielton from 3o to 46 cents a , pound. j M. K. church reopened after re-j I pairs costing $23,000 ' J. (\ Tuiloch confirmed as tollec- j lor - v - ' tor of the port. j Haunan A: Henry buys its build-j ins: for $U\«uo. j John Carroll, 33. dies. i Rev. R. J. Booth named Catholic- chaplain at Dannemora prison. j Or. G. P. Farmer named master i of Ogdensburg lodge No. 128. F. & !A. M. i Rev. William If. Campbell natn- jed pastor of Presbyterian church of Hammond. ('apt. Edward Elderkin of Chip- powa Ray and Mrs. Harriet Hub- bard married. Engagement of Miss Anna Hick- ey to Hermon Forgione announced. Senator Root opposes G»ass-Owen currency bill. Chicago White Sox to train at Paso Robles, Calif. 30 YEARS AGO J. F. Skelly installing new heat- ing plant at the City Orphanage. J. B. Tyo and doughter Mrs. -^ Anna Basiien. to sail for Europe pNi ; Jan. \>. Alfred Willard to open a delica- tessen shop in State street. Peter Mirras. .»H. r proprietor of the Crystal Palace ice cream par- £ttilor. fatally injured in motor acci- &* dent. , Kenneth Marceau of San Fran- cisco visiting his parents. Mr. and i& !^ rs - J- *\• Marceau. Felix Ifulser named superintend- \J& elK °f Manhattan silk mills in New «S York district. I Owing to illness Miss Mary Sher- | man cancels trip to France. Jack HcGuire leaves for Florida. Lawrence J.aFlair and Miss Laura l>e Marsh married. Edward Dinneen elected dent of the supper club at Dame university. Mrs. S. H. Gardenier dies. Born in 1877. Name of Engineer John Chilton inscribed on gold plate placed in cab of his locomotive. Turkeys selling at the City Mar- ket for 35 to 45 cents a pound. presi- Notre X x i x * $si 20 YEARS AGO Name «f poor house chanced to X X X X X ft X X X X X VIM nodi Enjoy file. Be on your toes. ) i Itadway~s Pills <Tfce Vr*rrtal»l«» laxative) %* cleanse the mtcatiful tract of impurities caused by c —tifiun. Xaar pc»asot)-{roc bimod will give %-4m new \Pep.** Mlkf-JMufcle At Yew Druoeist Kddie Baxter, 15. of Canton, dies in Ogdensburg hospital from injur- ies received in train accident. Son, Ralph Henry, born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barr. 1,2<H) persons receive communion at 4o hours devotion at St. Mary's cathedral. John F. Corry convicted of va- grancy. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis 1. Hoffman in Seattle. Wash. Elmer D. Smith dies at North Lawrence. Mrs. Dr. O. J. Hutchins dies. Miss Kthel Merritt accepts posi- tion as stenographer in Gouver- neur. Price of milk at Rensselaer Falls drops to $1.35 a hundred. Daughter born to Isaac and Fan- pie Goldstone Silverman in Union- town. Pa. Twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Adel- t>ert Hyde die. Mrs. Edward Burns. 74, dies. Mrs. William Walmsley dies. Miss Laura Belle Glover and Frank B. <Madill of Lisbon married. Miss Cora Basford and William C. Tindal married. Augustin Daly's musical comedy. 44 A Country Girl.\ coming to the opera house New Year's eve. Miss Grace A. Burt to lecture in opera house Dec. 2S on \Hamlet the Prince of l>enmark.** Three men drowned in Long Sault rapids near Massena. Bobby Walthour wins 6-d*y -bi- cycle race in New York. Drinking a cup of water immed- iately on rising in the morning starts the day right for health. DR. H. R. STEVENSON, O.D.S. •VEI RATIMAL ftMK tLDC. 234 Ford St. Ogdensburg, N. Y. •ZWE-4UUI6HM6 6AS ADMmiSTEIED FM TEETH OTtACTIM ** »* 3P\.^p: Ifc'J! XMAS DANCE State Armory, Ogdensburg, N. Y. Monday Night, Dec. 25 * ft 44 Music By RED JACKETS\ Featuring HALSEY McPHEE and BILL FARISEE ^^T^^- ^ •&*&•-£*&.?&. ^&&F%£'%£ 29*25* Efr. srx Tor D* w mo6 Stat T the Red peri or c. sect a iid It s ing. of it in it T 44 t last 326 Red wer wis t Not cense to th and 132a Conti densl Y.. ft No cens the wine of th Law burg: for '^ r ^ Pll Coun cord made by clai as Osw cea\ exh er offi said day Da EDV At P Ion Com notic law 4em, late said reqn the will etc at h Wmsh S31 the or 19 I,

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