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Facts and fallacies. (Brushton, N.Y.) 1905-1952, August 31, 1950, Image 1

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ir&^iMWWtWm'iMjw # Faeta aad F&lt&^fijs ~i ^'ft^fcawwwwfeitfittw^ nfiiii i BT ii» VOl/. LIT TSTTRSDAY No 3© AUGUST-31. I960 €opy for Advertising SHOULD be re~ ftlived at this office not later €han next Monday noon to insure ap- pearance in the next issue; this rate ap- plies particularly to copy for change of advertisements. > Do You 23 TEARS AGO Charles Cornish of Clintonville visited pleads here the first of the week. Landlord Forget has erected a new and ^ry brilliantly II him hi a ted sign at the J&rushton Inn. ! Mrs. Will Fisher visited relatives and Friends ia Brushton the last half of the week, returning home te Massena Sunday Siornfng. _ Borglars entered the Flin* garsge and jewelry store in this place Sunday night, entrance being gained by a back window. Goods to the value of t30O were taken. * Dave McDonald left Monday morning lor a week's business trip to Massena and vicinity. 50 YEARS AGO Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Hulett returned to Qgdenshurg last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Austin are stopping at the Brushton House. Mrs. Eunice Avers returned home from & visit of several weeks at Saranac Lake Tuesday. H. S. Cole returned home from New York City Tuesday. Mrs. David Smith has returned from Johnstown, Vt. H. A. Jenkins has sold the Levi La- Flesh house. Wm. GiHand, of Providence, R. I,, is spending the week end with his parents. East Dickinson Mrs. Kermit Saxton and infanJ- daugh- ter have returned home after spending a few days in Malone with her parents Mr. -and Mrs. Charles Reid, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Petty of Parishviile spent Sunday in town. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hastings were re- cent business callers in Skerry. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hastings and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Barse in Bangor on Sunday. Alex Dunn was a caller in North Ban- gor Friday. Byrnes - Stamatiades Miss Mary Stamatiades, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Philip Stamatiades, became the bride of John J. Byrnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Byrnes, in St. Mary's Church Saturday at 10 a. m. Rev. J. A. O'Brien, pastor, officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and music was played by Miss Catherine Doige of Chateaugay and Mrs, Hedwiga Iwanenok sang. Miss Alice Stamatiades, skter of the bride, was maieToT honor. Mrs. Arthur Roekwood, Jr , of Brushton, was brides- matron. Bridesmaids were Miss Theresa Litster, North Pownai, Yt., and Miss Joan Wilcox, Shelton, Conn., and Miss Jean WoolseMeager, Lowville. Lawrence Byrnes, Copenhagen, cousin of the groom, was best man. Ushers were William McCarthy, Harold Young, and Truman DeLong, all of Brushton, and Albert Moses, of Malone. - A breakfast was served after the cere- mony at Hotel Franklin in Malone. A reception was held at, the bride's home from 1 to 3 p. m. The couple left on their honeymoon- and will be at their home in Brushton after September 10. Attention Readers H«&tkrs are invited to send letters to &is paper, voicing personal opinions or onticfems of interest to the public, for pJbMeatkm. All letters must be in good taste a»d devoid of unpleasant person- alities. Our desire is to provide a forum for the ktjal puhlk and promote an exchange of thought on public opinion. _-=£&. LOCAL ITEMS Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Dabieu, Moira, are psrents of a boy bom at the Alice Hyde Hospital Sunday. Clayton Jock had his little finger am- putated to the first joint last Friday, in- juring it while chopping wood. WiBiam LaValley is again a patient at the Ross Memorial Hospital, Montreal, j His address is Room 9, Fourth Floor. Mrs. Myron Martin, Moira, underwent a major operation at the Alice Hyde Hos- pital Thursday. Charles Earl, 52, of Syracuse, former- ly of Moira, died Wednesday after a brief illness. He was a brother of Mrs. Walter Denny. Mrs. Mark Phalon, of Canton, sister of Mrs. James Finnegan, Moira, died at the Hepburn Hospital in Ogdensburg Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tower are holding an open house for their friends at the home of >Irs. Clara Hartson in Buckton, Friday in honor of their golden anniver- sary. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dewell of Canton were guests Tuesday and Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. DeLong. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sheals, Jr., and children, Arlington, Va., spent a few days at the home of Mrs. A. W. Sheals. • Mr. and Mrs. Earl LaComb and family returned to Malone after visiting Mr. and Mrs. William LaComb for ten days. [arris ins in 18 of 19 Towns for Coroner Benjamin Harris, local candidate for Franklin County Coroner won in the primaries last Tuesday by a land-slide of votes. Our paper could not publish the figures in last week's edition as thpy were not completely tabulated until Saturday. According to the board of elections the only town Harris did not carry was Dick- isson.\ There were over thirty person's names written-in for the office. We are listing the three highest below. Cargill, Flint and Harris were also the three high- est on the Democratic write-in ballots. Wagner of Tupper Lake was fourth with a total of 3-3 votes. Town Harris Flint Cargill Altamont 392 0 0 Bangor 1 IS 58 70 Belmont 83 11 30 Bombay 49 6 7 Brandon 28 0 0 Local Students Win Awards at County Fair The 100th anniversary of the Franklin County Fair biought forth one of fche largest Junior livestock exhibits of its history. This year it was necessary for 4-H and FFA showmen to tie their cattle in the center aisle of the 4-H barn. The quality of the animals shown was very good, and competition keen for blue rib- bons. From Brushton-Moira Ag Department nine bead of registered cattle were exhi- bited, and awards were made as follows: HOLSTEINS - senior calf, Lawrence Leahy, ied ribbon.\ GUERNSEYS - Senior calf, Norman Holmes, grand champion: Junior year- ling, Riehard Traynor, blue award ; Cow 2 years and under 3, Richard Traynor, blue ribbon. JERSEYS - Senior heifer calf, Richard Geneway t blue award and grand- champ- ion; Cow 2 years and under 3, Riehard Geneway, blue award; Senior yearling heifer, Riebard Geneway, red award} Senior bull calf, Richard Geneway, white ribbon; CoW 3 years and over, Riehard Geneway, white award. Two of the blue ribbon winner* were selected to show their animals Sept. 2 to the9 at the State Fair. They are Norman Holmes and Diek Geneway, both with senior colors. Brighton Burke Chateaugay Constable Dickinson Duane Fort Covington Franklin Harrietstown Malone Moira Santa Clara Waverly Westville Total w. 4S 51 233 53 47 27 109 (36 5S0 839 85 25 119 51 3003 C. T. 13 13 14 72 3 8 0 11 1G8 82 1 11 7 479 u. 1 27 17 19 40 15 1(3 0 13 414 52 1 / 14 743 The first regular meeting of the Brush- ton W. C. T. U. after the summer recess will be held in the Christian Church, on Tuesday, Sept. 5th, at 2:30 o'clock. It will be a Spiritual Life meeting with Mrs. A. 0. Orton in charge. Plumbing - - Heating Installation* & Repair •«»\»»' Anthony Viscome Brushton, N, Y. Phone 2026 \WANTS 99 Want, Lost, Found, To Rent, For Sale and other like notices inserted under febia bead for one cent a word e&ebw«ek. Cash with order. BMnffliw* 1 Charge 25 Cent*. FOR SALE: § cemetery lot in the old part of St. Mary's Cemetery, lot No. 10. A S20 lot for $10. Write 610Cross St., Utica FOR SALE: Used cars and trucks, cash or term&. Arthur Tollman, Registered Dealer ac j v ' Route 2,^ Brushton Water for Vlgn A supply of dean water at a* times is important in producing hogs successfully. Pigs make faster and more economical gains when they have plenty of water. When damaged OistHM*. m& uten- • site are used, they m® WW 9 leave chips in &e •&$& W » m , almost impossible to get them thor- oughly clean and sanitary. 7-OF lilies you. 7-UP is pure and wholesome- You like 7-UP. CHdlCE BLOOD-TESTED CHICKS: N. H- Bed, R. I. Reds, Barred Gross; Red Rock and White Rock. No Leghorn, y«q? vhQm f 10.96 per 100. Heavy assort e4.i*&f$per 100 Pullets $17. 00 per 100. Satirfactlon guaranteed. Chicks shipped Ed's Chicks, Manchester, N. H. WE huy. *ell, aa<i exchange furniture, stores, etc Wateoa Manning Phone Moira2008 Everyday Low Prices Week End Special r 4 lif 1 I e line promptly When someone else on the party line needs help in a hurry, they'll appreciate your courtesy in giving up the- line — promptly and cheerfully. Here are some other suggestions to help you and your telephone neighbors get the best party line service: Hang up gently when the line is in use. Space your eajls when you have several to make. Answer promptly when your telephone rings. Teach your children the \Golden Rule-\ of party line usage* In many places we are still unable to provide a better grade of service than that which you now have. We', are working hard to provide the necessary switchboards, cables and other complicated equipment—and we're keeping a careful record of all applications' for better grades of service. They will be filled just as soon as possible. NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY — bringing you ever-increasing value at low cost Chinese \Dress Money\ If you wanted to buy a new dress in the China of about 300 B.C., you were out of luck rf you fished in your purse and could not find a coin shaped like the human body. That was the Chinese \dress mon- ey,\ and other early Chinese coins were shaped like the articles they would purchase. Unknown Diabetics Insulin has been prominently mentioned in the headlines recent- ly because of the current drive to uncover one million yet unknown diabetics. In this connection, a new invention of mass detection of dia- betes by means of a three-minute test for higher-than-normal blood sugar, has been announced. Use a Bleach Hydrogen sulfide fumes from sew- age, industrial plants and other sources tend to darken some paints to a metallic gray resembling graphite. By sponging the surface with hydrogen peroxide or other bleaches—or a dilute solution of muriatic acid—the discoloration may be made to disappear quickly. / Domestic Rabbits Wud animals of several kinds, in- cluding wild rabbits, are frequent victims of tularemia, but domestic rabbits apparently do not contract it. Squirrels, rats, field mice, skunks and beavers are among the animals that are susceptible to this disease, which is sometimes called rabbit fever. Certain biting insects are believed to spread the infection to human beings, although most hu- man cases 8 are due to contact with wild animals or water contaminat- ed by these animals. Raw Onions Raw onions, as you probably know, contain a flavorful, volatile oil which may or may not be re- tained after cooking. If you prefer mild-flavored onions, they should be cooked in a relatively large amount of boiling water in an open kettle. During this cooking process, con- siderable portions of the strong- flavored, volatile oil will pass off with the steam. Rail Freight Rates While material and labor costs are now approximately 100 per cent higher than in 1939, railroad freight rates have increased only 57 per cent and passenger fares only 34 per cent. Winter Storage In packing away winter things, use gummed tape to seal clothes in chests, bags, boxes or paper. This keeps out moths, dust, light and sun. All are bad for woolens, j Store clothes in a cool, dry place if possible. Golfers Beware A New York newspaper, sponsor of an annual hole-in-one golf tourna- ment; figures the chances of scoring an ace are 11,720 to one. Odds are based on the experience of 16 years, with better-than-average golfers participating. College Degrees In 1949 the nation's colleges and universities presented approximate- ly 430,000 degrees, according to the United States office of educa- tion. The report was based on re- turns received from approximately 1,000 degreergranting institutions. Attic Vent Openings The total area of attic vent open- ings should be approximately one- half square inch per square foot of attic, floor area when, the roof pitch is greater than a three-inch rise in a 12-inch vxmj. and double that when the pitch is flatter. Sandwich Filling Give a subtle lift to a sandwich filling by creaming a little lemon juice, onion salt, or grated cheddar cheese into softened margarine, to spread on^the bread first. Honeydew Honeydew is the sweet viscid ex- cretion of plant-sucking insects, such as aphids and scale insects. That portion of the plant juice or sap. which these insects cannot utilize is ejected in the , form of- a sweet liquid. It has a high sugar content and, therefore, is attractive to bees when sources of nectar are not available. . Park Methodist Church Moira J. Harold Burkey, Minister Marine Duties Guarding the mails was one of the odd duties marines performed in past years.- In 1921, and again in 1926, Leatheraeeks were assigned this task at the request of the post office department and were highly commended for their efficiency. Qu0B ©0gmeti<Bg Enjoy the Benefits of Avon's Service Contact your Avon representative Alice T. DeLong Brushton Moira 2035 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning, Worship 11:15 MYF 6 p. m. Mid-week Service: Thursday 8 pm. Brushton Methodist Church Rev. J. Harold Burkey, Minister Morning Worship 9:45 ChurckSchool 10:45 Brushton Christian Chinch Morning Worship 9:45 Sunday School 10:45. Prayer Cottage Meetings each Wednes- day at 7:30 p. m. Printing Center Chicago today- leads all cities in commercial prdnting and in the printing and publishing of trade catalogs and telephone directories. Washing Nylons Wash nylori , articles frequently. Any of the usual household soaps will be satisfactory. • Safety experts point out. that elec- tric Joy^shou|i;b4; jused. by children only under adultT supervision. Filler Serves as Base A paste wood filler is a compound supplied in the form of a rather stiff paste for filling the grain of hard woods, so as to provide a level, non-absorbent surface for var- nishing. The compounds consist usually of finely powdered trans- parent or translucent mineral sub- stances, ground in a'special type of varnish. They are applied by brushing and, after setting and be- fore hardening, the survlus is wiped from the surface of the wood. Protection for Tools The finish on tool handles sup- plies attractive color and also, pro- tests the handle from rough hand- ling by greasy, gritty, moist palms. As for the tool box, the finish has to adhere well and- dry quickly to a smooth hard coating that will not be affected by lubricating oil and grease. It should also keep the box new-looking for a long time. Pilgrim Holiness Church Rev. 0, W- Lawrence, Pastor Sabbath School 10:00, Morning Worship 10:45. Evening Glass Meeting 7:30, followed by a Preaching Service at 8 00. Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday evening 7:45. Young People's Service Friday nighi at 7:30. • ' - Christian Science Services Sunday, 11:00 a. m. at 113 E. JMain Si Malone. September 3,1950 Subject: MAN Golden Text: Psalms 1:1,2. fiflessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of fch> scornful. But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and iahis law dpth he medi- tate day and night. C&Hie Hams Skinless Franks^ Butter Bacon Squarrs— Ground Beef Pork Chops Sausage —— Chuck Roast Cold Cuts 1... s — lb. Wk —lb. 49c _J& 65c lb. 38c • w_-»-Tlx 59c lb. 59c- - lK.48c -lb, 59c Jb,48c I. G.,A. Evaporated Milk „._. I. G. A. Salad Ifres6a#=g-_.-_. -™ I. G. A. Fancy Mayonnaise — Marlene Oleo 1_J — Sunny Morn Coffee : ,~~~- 4 for 45c ,pt. 27e _,apt. 39C &M>. 24c Ij'ib. 69c :„ftb. 89c F. A. CIAII 4 CI *» [Si KEROSENE & FUEL OIL Prompt Delivery Phil Unwin Tel. 2012 i&- -' ^-- - if- I Goinfiifo and ?&ti Our 1 |. FTOCOHRlp ; BEPT | §ft \Beds - Mattresses' U Springs 1 t NEIL C. FLINT I Si M | General Immmm^ * Phone 2631 MOUIA. N. % J I THE VILLAGE STORE | § FOR SALE, Hardwood Stabs When feetburhj sting, Itch and shoes feeh as if they were cutting right into thg r flesh, get a small bottle of MoQns*s JEmerald Oil and pib well on. feet landr anklfisanorningjand nightfor a fewdays* A real discovery for thousands who have found blqssed relief. Moone'-s Emerald Oil is easy and pleasant to use—stainless—money back if not sat- isfied^—good druggists everywhere. $17.50 ALBERT FERRIS St. Regis Falls Phone 9242 occas-tfls ana LOAFERS At Factory Redaction -Prices Several Styles and a Wide Variety of Goiors to Select from. Medium and Narrow Widths. - Loaf^Moc Moccasift Co* BRUSHTON - - N. Y. BIGGEST SHAV1N S Adults arid Children's Portraits . Weddings Anniversaries Commercial Photos Roll Film Service Phone 2794 Here's one of the greatest iron tonics you can buy m REDB100 ESTREN6T if you havs SIMPLE Mil You girls and women suffer so from simple anemia that you're pale;, weak:,, 'dragged out' — did. you evet . stop to think this eomidMoa may fee due to lack; 6$ bioed^- iron? Theu eJa try Eydia E. Pinkham^s,TiS^lJETS» Pih'&Iaaim's Tablets-axe one of th&TOry best Iqme ways to help build, up red Mood to get more strengtli and? energy— in such eases. With©ui a doubt they are on© of the greatest blood-iron tonigs you can buy today. 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