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Flrst -Nationai {tank of Pearl Rirer - Caplt'al,-325.900;. sun)lua fund, 315,000; ■ uiidlruled profits. 37,807,55;. deposits subject, to check, f 242,828.11; othtf jdb^ositb, $440.123.79; ’ loans .'and dls- cnants7 31S3, 400:02; total resource^, 3759,651.80. ' . . . . ' Siiffern, ^Natibnal Oank — Capital, $200,000; surplus--fund, $100,000; undi ­ vided profits*. $21,873.89; deposits sub ­ ject to cii*ck. $738,240.79; other de-. posits, $452,541.77'; loans and discounts ’ 3692-.702.99; total . resourfes. $1,505,* 845.08. / - v . - ’ ’ \Xtitional Bank of Haverstraw-- , Capital, $50.00tt7 surplus fund, .$25, 000; undivided profits, $12,734.17; de ­ posits subject to check, $980,020.52; loans and discounts, .$138,308.10;. total resources, $1,1061795.11'. '\\I ■ . ■' Xyack N ’ ational Bank* — Capital, $100, • 000.; surplus, fund, $50,000; undivided, 'profit?, 310^,297.26; deposits subject .to check, •$879,801.16; other-deposits, $2,278,168.07; lopns and discounts,' $1,- 675.433?72; total resources, 33,588.- 746.75. ' . . First National. Bank of SparkiM — Capital, $80,000; surplus fund, $10,000; undivided profits,'' $7,531.37 V-depbeits subject to -check, $173,807.84; ether deposits,-$200,470.'44; loans and dis ­ counts, $172, 752.40k; ..total resources, $425,710.52. • ' ' . -*■ \ . : 7. > ..... People^ Bank\ of llaverktraw. C apP 2MAftMAL/iDE. ” •'' -F4 f t<^ nth century niatirjPrennil eplcxttta/ *, * ajul partlculhriy. deuclous awtfet- * nteat -tha t was* beginning to i .over the bfirdor froru-ilpain. li |ipl«;u'r<-d fp ta ff klfjijj df .thlclij tciftl *i y n! t llvti I in4wl • VtrIVIv . rt ‘ Janj, w'ell tlayored aiid with a hotly which gave ill dlsfinctly more of a tagfel than the rather more of a- tngtii tiian the rather tint lijte^erves•*.tfrlil«|h wdfte'- in « vogue nd jlhat tUne.! ih'qalflng into •the 'sburce of. this delicacy, the Parisians .found thsft It cknfe from Portugal', where, tire'na ­ tives bad discovered the. knack of treating'quinces- lb ^uch j. n manner that ’ they nfade.. a ;pg!t|e. or preserve .of, exceptloftal qual ­ ity' and appetizing flavor. '^Be- cap$e of the fact that tlie PdfflT-\ guese word for ^quince Is “ mar« •nieip, ” tiie' name ‘ ‘ marmalade' ’ was ' appiled\ 1 tq this . preserve which; upon, being intjrnciueed lii to England, | )c caip6 e xtremel y [ popular. •' • \ Buring the Nineteenth cen ­ tury the English becatue very, prnficlcnt la tlie : making of or ­ ange marmalade,' and practically captured-Lhe~'.vurid- triule.ia.Jliis . commodity, until American ge ­ nius added a_ new tang ami flavor at an even lower price. The fact that oranges were al ­ most universally used for the manufacture of this product ob ­ scured the original derivatfon of the word, and today, marmalade Is generally understood ro -mean a thick jam made from oranges, ‘ vvhUe, as a matter of fa err it should be applied only, to that which is made fh>m quinces. ( i, . n pils were ordered; , iq report for vde- effi^tton M-isa Elizabeth Mtirphy, a' ‘ teacher In thq tlilrd grade of one bf the dchoqls; JD^jOaftf ’ lar j?. lHobHn and Percy r, . tte latter d bon df j Idrmef. to E8rt' L. D. Hesterj of Hah- hrcftaSSrtn^ ae^epranv? JelgWa, have Ittny- f . and oir ’ l tt ay .T W ttt- tpmign rt ytb a passenger \servh.^ betweenl Haa- brddek Jietghtss, Newark, '.rias^iic, and Hackensack,,; the/, jmeb^g $: mlngt l|)hn Ihe Divin'd Epl.kcopai ’ Church, 01 j|)HB ihe tllvlh'd fcplscopai Church', of jfa'sbWjhj;^ ’ ■Hei^Us/ 'has* rqstgried foil} tervfjbls breafedow/t wlijli towing a jrervf|.is breakdown wli|ch resulted Palm, his war work with the v, m ;. c . a - : isfiarteV Jh« : »..beebtrafusdd /of-a savitiKs biink qt Woddridge; \'/1 Census fibres •show New Jershy is engagifig ■ less in- agripulturp 'today than It was ten years ago, Tbis trehrl Even \orange marmalade\ ls<a misnomer, as a . literal trahslu- tion of the term would be “ or- abge-quince preserve, ” ... . : fCopyrlcht.) . .... , r Tg t 7~$ot7Tmr; — MUi'lavis \'ihm! • JTOM; -^undivided profits. $183.. 690.87; tataf depfisits. $S20;965.44i; loans, anTf-'dis- rc-on . 142.721.sS. ,• ' .'• : ‘ V. - Rockland 'County - Trust Company — Capital, , $100,000; sarplus. fund.-$25,- __ 000100 ; -undivided pr ofits,, $57,525.52; total deposits, -.$2,110,041.42; total re-' ’ sources,, . $2,303,289.85. .' CALVIN TOMPKINS DEAD IN NEW YORK CONTRACTBO ILLNESS AT DEMO ­ CRATIC CON-VENTiON. ' . Wfis Formerly Prominent Resident of Rockland County and Dock- Cdm- .......... . rnjssioner Three- Years. ........... . Calvin Tomkins, Dock Commission ­ er,of New. York from 19W till 1913. and ” long' ..a n .atLyocatemaf public ^in- provements, . and partietUiMy iiie-'de- PI LG RIM, POSTAGE STAMPS ' ' ■ GO ON 'SALE IN NYACK .The'- Pilgrim, tercentenary postage, *■ -stamps, are now on gale'at the Xyack. ' postotficoT . ■ .J ‘ ' -q* \Tr e ‘ 'Pilgrifn ’ - gtajmps -artf 'of three values — l-cent, green; 2-cents, red; and 5-cents, blue. They are small and “ rectangular-shaped, in size the same as .the Victory 3-cent stamp issued ■ dasC year. Th e lucent stamp-depicts .the\ ijayflower under full sail'; tlae 2- • • • cent stamp shows the landing of the- -Pilgrims at Plymouth. December 21, ■ 1620; : ail ’ d-the 5-ceijt stamp 'shows' tl e. 'signing-of-the compact with'the Sotfohr ■era colonies in the cabin of live May ­ flower. ' •■ / TFeie stamps are. unique fh\TIiaf “for the first time the name .of the'United velopmpnt or.- the . port of New Yo.rk, ■died Sunday in the ’ New. York Hospi ­ tal at the age of sixty-tv-o. , He never f aHy - recovered — - from an - • -^.tkae k~^at- •pleurisy -suffered at' the Democratic CoaveiUlbn . .'in San . Francisco . last June, where be represented' the Rock ­ land County district.. ^ —-■'.. .He .was .born in Orange, and was a \descendant of Mieah Tomkins oh New Milford, Conn., one of 'the. original-set ­ tlers of ’ Newark. He was graduated from Cornell in 1879.' For -many years Mr. To-mkins lived at Tomkins t^bve. and was 'well known and'prominent. •. DOWN THE LINE.' Henry L; Stor/ns Is erecting a new store building on Maple avenue. Park Ridge. ' ' ■* • Bergen county has a new organiza ­ tion of 'traffic officers consisting of t\vo offeers and live '.patroimen. , At n il n - y . perft »fat — thejg- daties .on foot hut wilt sdoix lie. mounte.d -pn States.and the word ‘ ‘ postage ” do not,, appear. . - This is the ninth., commemorative issue of postage, stpmps, the first hav- mi.t aai jji MhaE aL tlm motorcyclha. m ‘ r beer 4>Uilding and loan association at'.M,ont- yale the .dues oh 100-7 shares were paid in, •• .. ■ Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. ; GOOD ROADS PRESIDENT FILLS -TWO VACANCIES E. W. ■ Hofstatter, Esq., President of the Rockland County Good Roads Association has appointed Mr. James J. Brown, of Sttffem, as a director of so11 - that Association oa .the Board of the •New York State Automobile Associa- _ . By'relinquishing title to the highway, known as Flats Road to tlie Hacken ­ sack Water Company tha borough of Emerson is to have Lcnwood avenue,- for about a mile and a half rebuilt with bituminous macadam at f.ie -ex ­ pense of the company. — The oompany also agrees to extend its water mains through- the entire borough of Em'er- - appears- • iu a _prei.iniinary annou nce- ment,', qf the- Cehsus Bureau on hine- teen of ’ the 'twcntyfVme 'counties* Jn the st|ue. The / llgun s sho w that tf: e state, aSen as a whole, is' pfo<lueiiig Iess : n quantity in , a number of crops and has smaller\resources in d.omestlc_aumials on the.-farms. Also, in the bounties hi question, fhefe has been a decrease of gnOT Ur tliwTnTTrher r.fMarm3.-(rr-lfi'.2 per e'ent., and a slump of, 11,33 per' cent,.in\ acreage. • • '• Jane Demarest See, widow 6f Hepry See, of . River Edge, died March 12, aged 84 years. • . fJotne in eod iet-ui show you the beautiful eticcln,. you - am' produce In youn own home with - ♦f t# #* * i M ♦ > » 1 1 Carpets Washed - Not Dusted WE WILL RESTORE THE BEAUTIFUL COLORS.,, _ ____ you are from Missouri \And m'Uflt iq shown ” ., . . Lfct us \ .,■■■--- ., . Aex .us •. ’ v «. « r < * Make kqqwn to. yWili \ Our Tvqnderfdl methM of Kiehmug-Carbrts. anti !_. Letter lor. 1 post card, ^veti a phoco tfali Anrll our representative will call. How' Is the.time. ■W THEPALMOKLEANCO 'Electric . .Carpet YVdsh'r.g » cleaniiigi The New and-Better Way 28 NORTH BSOAOWAY NYlACK, N. Y. Phons 24 t-W LEASES BARTELS STORE, VARNISHES and ENAMELS We ’ jl 457ft you a copy of tfar Lpt “ Til n I c v i t T '* <r Hf > m r ,'* and rl*o rrial >r:fn if you ’ ll buy a suii«bl-i britfcu to apply Kyanize* • i HILL & HUBBELL,. Inc. \93 Main Street. ' , T-he . Seogel PastriT'Company, of HaekenseCk, has ren ted the ‘ store-of John Bartels for a fiveyear term arid after the ’ improvementg now-, under way are . complete will open-for busi ­ ness on May 1. 'The. company also .opArateaTTM^sra.'tfr lfavers u> aw. - , -------- TROMM'S DELICATESSEN The Best in Ev/erythlng. 105 Main St., ■ Nyack, N, Y, . HIGHWAY, BRIDGE AND MISCELLANEOUS REPORT 19 2 1 - • . . .-'J.-' TOWN OF ORANGETOWN, COUNTY OF ROCKLANQ For the Repair and Improvement of.Highway, Repair arid Construction of Bridges,-Purchase, Repair and Storage of Machinery,\ Removal of Obstructions caused by Snow, arid other Miscellaneous Purposes., ' • r''\.\ ’ \'\ ilionwAY fund ,\ . • ■. . , ' RECEIPTS Total ’ 'balance from previous year -HSgiJxax-1 ajLxaEELii Received from Surplus ' Highway-. ... i •Interest Motor Vehicle Fund Interest Motor Vehicle ; t-Hee-red iiUr^nanr Tu Sec. ~90TUlM 01 . .State '-as' State aid, See. Iql. TTTT'. .... .32,1(8.97 TlGJKKKfJO\ Telephone, Suffern 164 «{• * * .1. , ' . ' \ ' , \ ' ' 4 Ward Brothers SUFFERN, N. Y. GENERAL CONTRACTORS CRUSHED STONE BRICK SAND and^GRAVEL Auto Trucks for Hire One to Six Ton . . Capacity All deliveries can be made promptly by - 1 our fleet of trucks j , o U.)..-52 . .01.03 ' 15.78 103.63 -tittBresir- H t g h w ay--F-n-nd- fntqrest Highway Fund . .. .. ............... .. ... ■Received, from ‘ 5Ihtoe V.ehidle Fund. ........ TotaUreceipts, • including- balance previbus kJH - . 462.00 1.50 $27,688.15. ___ _______________ EXPEN'UiTFRES . ' • General repairs,, itjcluding sluice.-;, and culverfs. ; . .812,877.08 ■Special im'pmvenieni.s, including/sluices and culverts 14,075.82 Total expenditures for. repair and improvement of highways. ......... .. Balance December,. 1920, moior vehiele fees. ' Balance December ’ 1920, all other mrine.y . . Total balance^ unexpended,: December 31, 1920; 264.73 470.52 $ 26,952.90 735. BRIDGE FUND :-. / „ . , ' - RECEIPTS' \Balance from previous year, all other moneys. ..$1,128.40 -Tax received' froni callector, Se-c. 90 and 91 ... .1,!)00J)0'.. Town of Stony'Point Bridge Iron ........ \....... .......... 42.84 , ‘ C. T. Allison Bridge'Iron. . ’ . . ............. . ....... S.B? Total receipts, including balance from, previous year . . .179.-86 ' ■ . EXPENDITURES . U Labor and team-work, repdir and inaintenaneg-df . bridges\.V. ...,... /...... ----- .■.■■. Materials for repair.- and . maintenance of bridge.- .. . Cohstruclion of new bridges. . i ..J . .• .Transferred to Miscellaneous fund . .4..... ;r,800:00 Total expenditures for bridges. ___ ........................ .. .. .. s ’ Total'- balances, unexpended, December -31, 2920...... 49'.20 127.02 00 ■ .JAMES :E : W1PITEF,BOTTOM- FUNEFSAL DIRECTOP, 53r-d St. arid Sixth Avenue ■. .U' ■' NEW* YOPsK • ... . ' . . .- . j| • . . __ RHONES. . CIRCLE lOd : ■ • . : . ' Broadway, and BoriLSu NYACK '■ .NYACK 1000 ESTABLISHES 4849 \ ; s ^. night MACHINERY FUND Balance on hand from previous year.. ......... .. 6844 T;ix received from cofleCtor, Sec. 90 and 91 ......... .. .. 400.00 Received from sale of Iron Roller. •.•; ......... .. ...... 25.00 Total*receipts .-..t.... - ----------- ------- ------ - ------ ... ' ' $ 493.44, ' . ' > ' • ' EXPENDITURES For purchase of machinery, tools afid intplements .For rpTsih- of niacbin»>rv. tools nnd imiiU-mehts' 183.66 169.08 tion. Mr. Hofstatter has also appoint ­ ed Mr. Joseph W.' Judge, of Spring Valley a member of tte Executive Committee pf the Rockhmd Godnty these h eat i ng the building which bothjoccu- appoiotments are to fill the vacancy 'Tama^d by tfi e-'dcatir of Aaaemtityfflag .-Peck. 1 k NOTES OF THE FiRRMEN. The Hill-burn • Fire Department will - celebrate the twenty-sixth anniversary o£ its brgahizaiioti By giving a bait at la quantity of clothing add- silverware. the Play'House, SufTefn, 'Easter Mon- x--day'nigH-.-- — The ' NeWj, jersey and New York \ Wolunteer Flremep ’ s Association , will l ' hold a jadi-es ’ night at Cloister April ’ 15. , : of Die New Ymrk Voluntsar* 51*55' men's Asgoeiat lbn will beT he l d At ^ Demareet, iftajrdb 34. ‘ Thla will hfi jUia hist Thursday night In the month la- stead qf 4h» ‘ last Friday night, the lat- WeatWood Is to have a Chautauqua June 17 to 22. - Charles' Nomlck, of Westwood, is suing Dr. Gifford L. Ely, a. dentist of the same place, ' for one-half -of the amount of a bill for coal used in py. Nomlck claims that he had a radi- axor titstalfeil tn Dr. - Ely ’ s Tootnr'and bought the coaj to run the furnace, Dr. Ely agreeing to pay one-half, of the coal hill which he-now refuses to Burglars, entered the home of. Mrs. Elmer . Blauvelt at Oradeii and stole They entered Die hpme • of Q. R. Spaulding the same night but were Dig^tened a#ay vap.4^4hi-*ai£-. aaeacei:. anything, New Jersey bus men are Iijferected Inm bilEbefora tAe legislature of that state'&atprohlbttshusesoperatiugon highways:- ci^Jyi.JS3®lfette.':.tn)ii*ty. lines. I pas aed if would' put many bus ’ lines out Of bu siness. _____ _ - Four public schools la Fairvlew/ For, mace of -machine ry, tools and'.implements ' Total, expenditures- .,,..1. . Balance unexpended,-December 31, 1920. ' • 5NOW AND MISCELLANEOUS FUND, • ■; '.'Y ■ * RECEIPTS ',;/ ■', . Balance on' hand -frotn prevtofe year. , ----- .... Tax collected, Sec. 90 ' .and 91. ......... .. .. Received from derj:UJpates of indebtedna^s, Seq. 90 Received by transfer from Bridge fund ■ . v ......... 1 • Total receipts . .. . .... .................... '....■ . .. .. .. ............. 4 745.42 2 , 000.00 1 , 000.00 1,800.00 .,y'. -£M Mululf. YLUjChii- 4 - L-t rs; «s 3 $5,545.42 EXPENDITURES For. removing obstructions caused/by snow. ..:. i _ _______ _ ________ _ ___________ _____ _______ _. .$3,506.50 .Fot cutting iind removing noxious weeds and brush • 582,80. - For other miscellaneous purposes ......I, 425,95 •TdfaF 'expendi tu r e s- v r M . ....... ------ Balance unexpended, December 31, 1920.... . $4,515.25 $1,030.17 Stewart prestige grows AUXILIARY TO THE TOWN HIGHWAY ACCOUNT — - Compensation to- Tnwn. SuperintendenLaml Deputy Town _ - Snperintendent . . ■ 152^ days at $5.00 per day equals ......... .. - .7 ----- - ■ .762:50 l\25$i days-at $7.00 per day equals , ........... ‘ ,v .......... 878.50 1,641.00 -Amouht allowed f6f expenses ----- ’ -$1406.00 SUPERVISOR AND TOWN CLERK'S ALLOWANCE Allowed the Supervisor pursuant to sec. 110 of the highway law $600.00, -Allowed town clerk puftmahUTp'seC: HQ Of tHS'highway law .. $150.00 O UYERS are satBfiAi with Stewart performance, and ^economy. Stewart quality tells-^ simplified design, all truck construction '.have produced a sturdy, serviceable, reliable.truck that stays on the job .at — less cost'jo run. Low up-keep, uninterrupted service, complete satisfaction mean increased Stewdrt sales arid prestige year after year- STiEVYAP'T TRsUCKS have won — • — 7 — ' . . — By c o s tin g ( e ss to r un: — - — • • •• ’ ^fAYE OP NEW. YORK COUNTY - OF, ROQKLAND to.: STEWART* CAPACITIES %, 1, y/z, 2, 2^ and 354 ton HOWARD GARNER. Supervisor of the town of Orangetown being a A deposes and says that he Is the persop mehtioned' as eub : duly swo/ mittlnE the — — . — -------------- -- -------- ---------- - ----------- been received, by him as supervisor of such town, are ail that he has received as auch officer for the pafposes-thorolA statdd; that .the ex- Rockland Auto & Supply Go, I r 0 CfilVf?U <13 SUCH ivx* vrivx ^til v**„ ^ .pendltureA specifiedtherein “ have in fact been madeor f ^the purposes and to the persons Indicated; that all of such expenditures were.made in good faith, for value received and in tfae mffhner required by the -Highway ■Lawp thAt.Ahe'balancea therein, specified arts.all the'moneys rethalnteg in Ms bands, of the moneys received bjrhlin as. provided by. law da account'of the highways and. bridge* of such town: . *: . HOWARD GARNER • ■'- ‘ flNCORKORATBRl. . _ lONo.'Broadway ' NYACK,N. YJ ft . - Phones Nyack 585-654 ' ___ _ _________ . J Bergen county, haveibee^ closed until . '. Waiter the Easter holidays and the po- • : Subscribed anZTsiWora to befofp mej this v Wth day of Janqary. 1921,v ’ .. _ ,„ ‘ •.Reien ^ex*iflb{fury;EfibihL ,... .

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