PAGE FOUR ~ Sn#fcrjp^cfr $&50 j p JUwts County THE LOWVILLE LEADER „We Po Job Printing BUY - SELL - MISCELLANEOUS FREE', ff excess acid causes you pains of Stomach tFleers, Indi- gestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloating, Nausea, Gas Pains, get fr«r& sample Ugda, at Fay Snyder Drag. , , S-5-10tp WANTED WANTED—TO BUY OR TRADE men's ~useo. -clothes, shoes and rubbers. Tnquir* at Gbahn's Store. Phone 309W. -MK28tc FOE SALE s. . FOR SALE OR TRADE—1930 Oldsmoblle sedan, good.mechan- ical, condition. Clem Rozanski, lowville, N: Y. - 9-22-ltc '-•--. FOR SALE — BOTANY WOOL bine coat, size 16^ Beige wool '•= • . • coat, size 40; Water repellent re- versible red an,d ^ite winid •breaker, size 16; dresses; sMrte; blouses. Mrs. C. R. 'Hedden, .13-9 Shady Ave., Lowville, N. Y. 9-30-ltp. Phone , x i273iM. HOUSE FOR RENT—46 TRINITY Ave. Inquire C. R. Trowbridge. 8-12tfe NICELY FURNISH^J APART. ment on State St.; no children; rent reasonable. Phone 86. 9-23^7tc HELP WANTED WOMEN W-ANtED: COVERING, liphOIstering department; steady year-Tbund work:' Phone &2S}-As- bestos Burial\ Casket Company. -. t-23-3tc. WANTED—OFFICE MAtif, DRjAF? eexempt* by local wjhpauy- 'Op- portunity for one who can qual- ify. State past* experience. Box No. IflB. - > . ,9-30-7tc TWO LIVE DINING RPP^-W\AIT : resseg wanted immediately, Len- Roy Restaurant, Chady Ave, 9-30-3tc FOR SALE— 43 CUBIC FEET RE- - frigerator suitable for hotel store or large home; (brand new and in perfect condition; come i n and see it at Stehantz Bros., Shady Shady avenue. 9-30-7tc FOR~SALE—DOU BLE BARRELED shotgun like new; inquire Box 84, Lowville, N. Y: 9-30-ltp HELP WANTED—NIGHT WATCH fireman and factory workers. Phone 310. Payne-Jones, Inc., Inc. Lowville. . • 9-30-ltc REALliSTATE WANTED FARM: RENlToR BUY OR RENT with option to buy; capacity 2-5 cows; electricity. Box 101, The /Leader. '9:30atp LOWVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY 'FARM IMPLEMENTS J. H. Ross . Agricultural Implements Farm Supplies We specialize in •Milking (Machines Refrigeration,,.Water -JPumps -,. Lowvillei 247J, : Shady Ave. ,. Lowville, 27'4-iF FURNITURE Si^& Visiter For A Complete Lane Of Home Furnishings and Electrical, Appliances - See Your Home Town Dealer Shady Ave. iLowville, 62 JEWELER A. H. Cummings Watches Silverwahe Diamond Merchants Gifts for AH Occasions A Gift From. Your Jeweler Is A Gift At Its Best State St. • Lowville 5c,> 10c AND UP AUCTIONEER NEWS OF THE CHURCHES 9*3S SEPTEMBER SO, 134S Henry D. Welter AUCTIONEER Use An Auctioneer Who Has Proven Sa%tl*act»?y to Your j '.Meft&iiprs':.'*.\•'.••. -'•••••.':., BEER For Your Etojoyqaient and,Health . Ask/By ijamei^oy\ . Goebel's Beer :and f hoenix Beer and : Ale'' Distributed by Donald H. Ebersol For Enjoyment and Relaxation Always • Demand UTICA CLUB - LANG GENESSEE Beers and Ales Henry J. Nortz Distributor F n IIEFAC THRU IS SULPHUR -PASMS OF DUE TO SULPHUR DEFICIENCY Slany doctors are now helping this common trouble by prescribing Colloidal Sulphur to relieve the sulphur deficiency. The use <of sulphur in such cases often helps to relieve the painful, aching joints. No \.a- •?'• what you have tried •before—ana rr> matter how dis- courat^d ~.o : a:e—• e a£k you to try S .-.Ipic-C-I—and if you do not feel that you have been much re. lieved from the torturous aches and pains, you may have your mon- ey refunded. In Sulpho-Sol you will receive an effective preparation containing Colloidal Iodized Sulphur in small easy-to-take capsules, to be taken by mouth. It is sold by The Cor- ner Pharmacy in Lowville, or any , druggist can get Sulpho-Sol for you. CAPSULES WE'RE FACING A COAL CRISIS UNCLESAMSAYS ORDER GOAL NOW TO KEEP WARM THIS WINTER are co- coal in The following government operating in the campaign to place every bin now: U. S. Bituminoust Coal Consumers Counsel Office of War Information Office of Price Administration Office of Solid Fuels Administration War Production Board Office of Defense Transportation Office of Civilian Defense Surely this is a logical warning--so why wait longer? Order your coal NOW! We Will Estimate the Capacity of Your Coal Bin Without Charge. Phone 46 LOWVILLE SCHOQL SUPPLIES: SlOOOOIiBAOS ' 29c 59c . LUNCH BOXES 15c 25c 29q Ben Franklin Store Lewis County's Largest Store FARM MACHINERY McCQRMICK—DEERING Farm Equipment and Refrigeration Call or See Schantz Bros. Shady Ave.- Lowville, 257 RESTAURANT AND GRILL For The Finest Of Food Liquors — Wines — Beers Served in an Atmosphere of Refinement, Go To Ver's Restaurant and Grill Shady Ave. Lowville HOTEL Eor The Best Of FOODS LIQUORS WINES . BEERS Go TO The Windsor Hotel Lowville, N. Y. FUEL C. H. Fairchild \Blue Coal\ Better and More Economical Order Early to Insure Comfort Next Winter Shady Ave. iLowville, 306 MEN'S WEAR Lewis Clothing Store A Complete Line of Men's Suits Slacks Sport and Work Clothes Footwear for the Entire Family 'State; St.- . • . Lqwyille DRUGGIST Allen's Drag Store Successor to Horace Bush. & Son Prescriptions FMIed by A Registered Pharmacist Sick Room Supplies :\ Cosmetics • Druggist Sundries State St. Lowville, 99-J DRY GOODS Archer's Play Suits Bathing Suits Slacks Cool Summer Dresses For Children, Misses, Women Accessories Dry Goods , State St. Lowville 464.J HOTEL and GRILL • Henry's Grill Liquors — Wines — Beers. Excellent Food Plan To Spend An Evening Here State St. Lowville CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS Coahn's Clothing Store Shop early at. Coahn's Clothing •Store, Lowville. Just ^received a new supply of Men's 'and' Boys' Winter Jackets and Pants; We have the best for less. State Street Lowville ELECTRIQ and REFRIGERATION Lowville Electric Shop R. J. Hetzig, Prop. Service and Repairs on All Makes of Refrigerators, Motors and Appliances If It's Electrical, We Fix It ' - Lowville, 300-J AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Reed's Sunoco Station Complete Auto Electric Service Starter — Generator— Ignition, Magneto Repairing Doing Our Best To Serve You During The Emergency State St. ' . ' Lowville, 305 AUTO SERVICE Dodge and Plymouth Service Expert Repairing on All Cars Let A Specialist Help Keep Your Car Running For The Duration Shady Ave. Lowville,171 We Keep for Your Benefit a constant check on the earn- ing powers ipf the debtors in our filesV This enables us to collect cash, with a less effi- cient of permanent organiza- tion. CALL'ON US to con- vert your bad debt into cash for you. LEGAL COLLECTION E. L. SHERMAN, Mgr. ,, f 15 Genesee St Phone 4-8341 i UTICA, N.Y. No, Collection, No Charge. TO SEE BETTER -^SEE-- BtWETT bunlap Block-4carthage r N.Y. Surge} Fashion's War Deereii Soft and nianageabla ~ tjiat'* what you want That'* why; you'll love one of these shorf nairdresseg with ~'l|j&-'l|j&' abla curia. •S'::^^J BERNIE'S BEAUTY SALON State Street Phone 345-W SALVAGE 'DEALER. LOUIS BUFE \Get Your Scrap Into The Fight Through Us\ Highest Prices Paid for Hides and Furs East State,.. .-.' ... .^Lowville ,26§, Notice to Creditors In pursuance of an Order of the Surrogate's Court of the County of Lewis, Notice is hereby given ac- cording to law, to ail persons hav- ing claims against Dennis J. Cal-. laghan, late of the town Of Crb- ghan, in said county of Lewis, de ceased, that they are required to exhibit the same./wiith the vouch- ers thereof to the subscriber, ex- ecutor of the Will of the said de- ceased, at, the office of Benjamin H. Demo,.in. the village of Cr/oghan in said county Of Lewis, on of be- fore the 22nd day of November* 1043.' Dated May 5, 1943. < BENJAMIN H. DBMO, 5.13-26t.c Executor.! NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Pursuance of an sqrdef of•• th'£. Surrogate of the County of Levyi#£ Notice is hereby ...grVjsfiv .according to law, to all persons having] claims against David A^ Baker lato of the Town of West Turin in sai^; county of Lewis, deceased; ''ttial they are required to exhibit the| same, with the vouchers thereof-'•£& the subscriber, Administfatrix of the goods,. chattels and^.cfedits 6£j the said deceased> a^her residehcife; iii; \ffenstabieville in 'the Town pi> West Turin iu said county. pf-I.ewy ^s^New York, on or before the 31i| day-of January, 1944; Dated July 26th, 1943. ,.:';;;•.. ANNA P.-' ABBEY, • 7-2£h26tc Administratrix. FREE -* Printed Personal Sta- tionery (paper and envelopes).;, or 50 Printed Persoijal Christmas Cards with: each' new jpr renewal annual subecriptiop to the ; L«WYll}e ttiaderv^Advi'•:« T : 'V^ -*• ., Mr. •\- St. Peter's Catholic Chinch (Honsigor John Hog an, Pastor. Masses on Sunday at 6:#6, 8:00 and.IOr0« O'clocfe.. Week day'm'assfes at 9:30V .' A fij»ly day masses at 10:30. St*. Hedwig's Church, Houseville Father Dennis Blizhiak, O.M.C, \-.V;\'; , • ••;-~ ? JPa8tor f iM&:bs oS'-feufiday>''at , '9' ! :00 and 10: ; 3do'?)clpck; •-•••\•'\'• : .'••-[ \•• '-\_•• ^iniiy ^p^joofeal OTnii-qh Rev. Walterl It Bennett, Rector 8:30 A. M. Hbljr jeommunlon in Trinity .ChaSel' .Greig in.'Record -ance with the; Worldwide Holy Communions of all churches. Lowville Services 10:30.A. M. Choral Communion with sermon. ,11:45 A M.\ Church School. •. iMohday,; United! Students Ser vices-in our church at 9:00 A. M. and 9:30 A. M., Rev. Walter Mc- pherson and • Rev. Theodore And- erson being .the speakers. Church of the Nazarene 7 : Jackson Street, Lowville Rev. Walter S. MacPherson, Pastor Sunday, 10 a. m., Sunday school. , Morning worship. Rev. Robert Danielstm, returned; 11- a. in., missionary will speak. Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., prayer and praise service. First Methodist Church Rev. G. J. Frazier, Pastor Fri., Oct. 1, 7:30 P. M,—The Wil- ling Workers class meets with Mrs. Ceorge Bushey, 41 Stow'e Street. 'Sat., Oct. 3, 10:30'A. M.—World- Wide ICommUinion iSunday. iSaera- ment of Holy Communion, Church Loyalty Day, Offering for Overseas Relief and Service Men's Fund.. . 11:30 A! IM,—The Church iSchopl, Clarence D, Ford; Siupt. This .is the firsjt Sunday i n the new Church School Year. 7:30 iP. M.—Youth Fellowship de- votional period, for all young peo- ple, in the chapel. . ' Mon., Oct 4—The Married Boosters will meet. Details an- nounced Sunday., 7:45 P. IM.--Troop 70, Boy Scouts meet in Church basement. Tue„ Oct.. 5, 7:30 P. (M.—Wo- man's Society of Christian Service meets at the (Church, This meeting is \for all women of the Ohufoh and congregation. Business, program, •sociability. Wed., Oct. 6—The Volunteers Class is holding a supper and pro- gram meeting at the Church. 7:80 P. 'M.—'The Wesleyan Serv- ice Guild meets at 7:30 with the president, Mrs. Everett'Hughes, at her home 353 State Street. Daily, 6:00 P. M.—\America's Prayer Minute.\ First Presbyterian Church Rev. O. T. Anderson, Pastor The congregation is urged to at- tend the World Wide Communion Service at the morning service on Sunday next, Oct. 3rd. at 10.3* A. M: To know that on the same day and the same hour millions of other lOhrisHans will have gathered for their communion service and that on the same day sometime during the day, millions of others Will partake of the Lord's Supper^ ought to give us a feeling of spirit- ual solidarity The Church is not divided regarding the post-war world We are all tgreed that the Jesus way is the only way (Let us show our solidarity by being m Church on this day Church School at 11 45 A M and P Y P A at 7.30 P M Baptist Church Rev. Wm. W. Sawin, Pastor World Communion Sunday will be observed at the Lowville Bap- tist Church October'3rd. The com- munion meditation will be -'A Sil- ent Soul.\ The- communion offer- ing will be sent to the Ministers' and Missionaries' Benefit Board of the Northern Baptist Conven- tion to be used for aiding aged ministers or their widows or de- pendent children. About 1200 peo- ple of the Baptist denomination are thus aided each year. - . The Church school will convene at 11:45 A. M. with Mr. Kenneth Kilpatrick in- charge. The Youth Fellowship will meet at the church at 7:15 P. 'M. Mr. David Harrienger, the president, 1 will lead the meeting. Also offi- cers will be elected. -. , The first Monday chapel serv- ice for protestant pupils will be held October 4th at 9^ A.;M, at the Episcopal Church, .idhiidfen in the grades will cOme at 9:;®0. The iPhilathes classy will meet at the home, of Mrs. Jessie. Ross. Moh^ day evening, October,'^th, at,7:30, -Mrs,\ BJOse Hiart. will be.the assist- ing hostess. ~ World ;Parish Day will be held in the Baptist, church October 27th. In connection with an exhibit for this day,'we desire to have.a pic- ture of each boy from the -Baptist church who i s i n the service of our country. Please send these pfe tures t o Mrs. Sawin. FREE — Printed Personal Sta- tionery (paper and envelopes) or 50 Printed Personal Christmas Cards with each new or renewal annual subscription to the Lowville Leader.—Adv. HAMILTON AWARDS DEGREE RICHARDSON Stephen B. Riehardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. \Raymond S. Rich- ardson, 131 State Street, Lowville, is one of 14 Hamilton College stu- dentsdents awarded bachelor de- crees- at the CoUege's 133d Com- mencement last week. Parents of son—Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stanford, Lowville, are fhe parents of a son born September 25, at the (Lewis County General Avalon Fri. - Sat.—2 Features LUPE EDDIE u\ -<£* VELEZ \LADIES' ALBERT DAY\ -Plus— IJ a Sun. - Moil.'I, Tues. SPECIAL MAT. SUN.y\2:3p P. 2—BIG HITS^2 :--i •« M. Distributed hRKQ RADIO WED. , THURS. MUM IIUWi:» v«\--J fALL IN S- l SreviCE ROY WILLIAMS State Street^ Lowvilfe Phone 374J Mtniir wviTS a r CAti en Us e t Any Time foi Port$ f Repair* «r Any TgStKSgga <»Yovr SURGE OAIRY FARM EQUIPWEtlT You can save a day a week ,J by sending your family .; washing to the laundry. The ; time t spent; mi --.^p^^0^/2 wash e&rt be SQ ea^^,-;:spt; '•$&>]% expensively devoted to morej;? important things. ; t Just • bj-ing ybur r § Ipihegfto us ^.dfwe ^I'refle^e^oW'of washtub drudgery. toi^.- : ^e ? IQake ear*^ of ya0:*0$>. n U #j eleamng problems, Joo.^fl^i\ Phone 87, -gj ve us a ^g an ^\ we 'll do 5 Elm Street, the rest. - LowviUe,N.*X. IT'S LIKE NEW WHEN WE'RE THROUGH! Lowville Churches Participating: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GoWwMnicants Are Urged to Jffi$$j$, Communion jSerfice ; M/Fheif- Churches oh This Sunday! * ii V #'