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THE JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN, LOWVILLE, N. Y., THURSDAY, AUGUST 15,1929. WANTED Young Men and Young Women For PO SITIONS \Win our, rccoijimendatioh and win a position/' The prestijfe ol a quarter of a century of successful Work if back of this statement. Study Bookkeeping, Accounting, Shorthand, Secretarial,, or Cinl Service Courses. Stud for m*w catalog and annual cir- cular. Euttr any kmt. FALL TERM STARTS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 City Business School .-.::\ J S y r c\ c u s o , N.Y. I 632 South Wtrren Street INSURANCE IN RELIABLE COMPANIES SERVICE GUARANTEED Real Estate for Sale Da van St.—Brick houae with modern improvements, including hot water heat, fireplace, hardwood floors, large lot, garage and stable, all lii perfect Jackson St.—Dwelling, equipped with furnnce,. lights and toilet; garage and large garden, condition. ^_South State Sfc—S-rooja house with hardwood floors, hew elecfrlc fixtures, fire place, sleeping porch, double gar- age, newly refinished and painted. Campbell St.—7-room new house, all modem Improvements, garage and garden. . Corner Stewart and Dewitt SU^-10- room house; furnace, electric lights, toilet, cement walk. Easton St.—8-room house, bath, lights and furnace,* garage and gar- den. Park Avenue—10-room house, lights, bath and furnace, two-car garage, garden. Water St.—12-room house, garage, large barn, 3% acres land. South State St.—Two-family house; garage and garden; modern Improve^ xnent8. For Sale, /Trinity Ave.—ft-room house, lights, bath and furnace, cement cellar bottom. Lot approx- imately 88 feet front. Large barn and garage and garden. W. F. PATTEN General Insurance, Real Estate, Investments, Loans Negotiated. Miller Block LOWVILLE, N.Y. It is said that when the next war comes the soldiers will be billeted' in hotels. This will be fine for buck pri- vates as a little contact with the mod- ern hotel clerk will teach them to en- dure the second lieutenants a little later on. COPENHAGEN The Matinee Races at the Local Track a Great Success—Old Home Day Celebration by the New Boston Church Society—Good Proframme Arranged—Notes and Personal of the Villager* and Their Guest*. (Mrs. N. D. Terrill, Correspondent.) Mr. and $ira. John S. Rich, of Nor- wich, Conn., are visiting relatives In Copenhagen. Mr. and Mrs. Merrltt Jones are visiting friends, in BlnghanUon and Great Bend, Pa. Mrs. Hay T. Jones passed the week- end in Theresa the guest of Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gates, of De- troit, Mich., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peck and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. H. Keefe, of Syracuse, called on Rev. and Mrs. Philip Tonkin on Saturday. Miss Sarah Gardner and Glenn Pen- niman, of Schenectady are guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Roberts. J. J. Brainerd left Wednesday for Boston, Maes., where he will attend a Cities Service convention. * Mr. and Mrs. George Chisholm and children, Gertrude, Junior and Harold are visiting friends in Gloversville. Mrs. Charles Babel and daughter, Katherine, of Smithville, are vis ting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt. ' Circle X of the Congregational church will serve supper in the church Wednesday, August 14, at 6 .o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. John Byrnes and son, Mr .and Mrs. M. M. Byrnes and Mrs. J. J. Brainerd left Friday morning for Rochester to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford p. Kilham, of Cleveland, Ohio, are spending some time with relatives in Copenhagen and Miss Ruth Kilham, of Utica. F. Edmund Bonnet assistant man- ager of the Hornell, N. Y., store of the J. C. Penny Co., Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrsj F. E. Bonner. Rev. F. E. Hartley, of this village, is supplying the pulpit of the Wool- worth Memorial M. E. church at Great Bend during the* month of August.. The Dorcas Society of the M. E. church will serve a dinner Thursday. August 15, at noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Eggleson. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Burdick and daughter, Veronica, Mrs. JBertha Buchal, Mrs. A. W. Lanpher, Bernard Lanpher, Mrs. Gertrude Wheeler and Miss Mary Birchenough left Wednes- day morning for automobile trip through the New England states. An old home day celebration will be given by St. Peter's and St. Paul's church society at New Boston August 15. Features of the celebration will be a base ball game at 10 a. m., a dinner to be served at noon, a tug of war between teams representing four towns of this county and numerous other sports and contests; with prizes to the winners. A dancing platform of 100 feet has been erected for the af- ternoon dance from noon to 5 p. m., the evening hours being from 8 to 12, old and new dances being featured. Music will be furnished by Smith's Jolly Jazzers of Lowvllle. The celebra- tion of last year was very largely at- tended and a still larger\ crowd is ex- pected this year. , The annual reunion o fthe Byrnes family Was held recently at the M. M. Byrnes home in this village. Dinner was served on the lawn, covers being laid for 32. Mrs. Stanley Parsons act- ed as toastmistress. Speeches, songs and games were enjoyed. Those pres- ent were the parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Byrnes, Copenhagen and their ten children as follows: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Brynea and family, Rochester; Mr .and Mrs. M. S. Byrnes and fam- ily. Evans Mills; Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Byrnes and family, Herkimer; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Woolschlager and fam- ily, Lowvllle.; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Parsons, Copenhagen; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Byrnes and family, North Law- rence; Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Byrnes and family, Copenhagen; Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Byrnes. Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Curtis, Watertown; SfTss~Mil- dred Byrnes, New York, and Roy Proulx, Summit, N. J. With skies overcast and threatening rain the second matinee, was held on the local track Saturday. The track was in fine condition and a large and enthueiastip crowd present to witness the events. Four good races were closely contested. The Copenhagen Band under the leadership of Prof. C. Leon Ryel,. furnished excellent music throughout the entire pro- gramme. One of the main features of the afternoon was the race between Florence Parole, owned by Dr. W. H. Cramer, president of the Copenhagen Driving Club, and Laverna, owned by N. G. Stowell, vice-president, in which Florence Parole was an easy winner, Laverna being off form. In the second event first heat, Thomas Castfe, of Carthage, driving Kitty Moon, drew the pole and led the field. Philip Carroll driving Derby Wilkes laid at Castles' wheel to the head of the stretch, where he pulled Derby out and made a hard drive with a thrilling finish. Kitty Moore winning by a head and Hottentot finishing third due to a bad break on the first turn. Ben Silk finished fourth. In the second heat the horses got away to a good start with Hottentot driven by Putrhan, of Gloversville, trailing. Castle driving, a little wide on the first turn,., left an opening through which the veteran driver, Putman, shot Hottentot to the front and was not headed to the wire. The third heat was also won by Hottentot with Ben Silk driven by R. Vaughn, of Boonville, Derby Wilkes and Kitty Moore fighting for second place. In the third event there were three start- ers, Ted Kohler, of Castorland, driv- ing Mabel C; Putman, of Gloversville, driving Mystery Girl, and C. N. Schmidt, of Carthage, driving Claren- don, O., which he recently purchased of Mr. Mason, of Seneca Falls, N. Y., which proved to be the fastest race of the day, Kohler's Mabel C. winning in straight heats with MyBtery Girl a very close second and Clarendon, O., a good third. The fourth event, the farmers' race, was not finished owing to the lateness of the hour. Sum- mary: CUM A. Pace. Florence Parole, b. m. ( by Legal parole (Sheridan) 1 1 Laverna, ch. m., by Chamberton (Stowell) - 2 2 Time—2:25H, 2:22. Class B. Trot or Pace. Hottentot, b. g. (Putman) ~- 3 1 1 Kitty Moore, br. m. (Castle) 12 2 Derby Wilkes, blk. g. (Car- roll) - 2 4 3 Ben Silk, b. g. (Vaughn) ._.. 4 3 4 Time-2:22, 2:20, 2:22. Class B. Pace. . ' Mabel C, ch. m. by Bertina (Kbhler) — Mystery Girl, b. m. by Malcolm Forbes (Putman) 2 Clarendon O.. blk. s. by Orlton (Schmidt) T — -— Time—2:19. 2:17*. Farmers' Race. Little Dan, b. g (Blair) — 1 2 Sandy, ch. g. (Geary) __~ 2 1 Single G., blk.g. (Coffeen) 3 3 Copenhagen M. E. Church. Philip Tonkin, Pastor. At 10:30, morning worship; subject, •Christ the Bread of Life\; 11:45 Sun- day school; topic, \The Return From Captivity.\ No evening, service or prayer meeting through the month of August. Morning services are re- sumer Sunday morning,, August 18. A hearty welcome to all. It isn't the talkie people object to, but the talk. 1 1 3 3 Greatest Washer Value on Earth STANDARD WHIRLPOOL WASHER now $99.50 cash NORTHERN OUTLET COMPANY Watertown, N. Y. 136 State St. Phone 4138 Service on all makes of washers ¥HERE 4oO Error T HAT «* what it proved to be whcflchcowocrof a moderately priced, car left it funding for ifceo mtmifw and neglected to remove the kcy$. Be lute. y*r~ automobile'is protected with /€tna Combi- onion Automobile Insurance LLOYD SCHANTZ CASTORLAND, N. Y. Successor to T. H. Glenn Mr. Wickersham takes rank with our beet bean spllUers. Of course. The Surge can be dec* Irically operated I Write today- learn how Itttl* It coit» to equip TheSuifefor high-line\current. New Way to Milk Cows ill* Sorcc milka eowlika no otter w* thii»*«««rmUli«deo«ab«f««. kmto M woo4erft>) NEW ttUkln. •rtion. S3k» eovaathtr m»? htoe* e«1. And~-b«CMM 1b« Serae tott« ©lUnmAebfc*VHSNO Lon* TOM*- NO daws-It to SMeb ••cWr to wmah mnd prodoea* dm, Of- BtlunfpHecd milk; with U— work. lw •xp«BMthM) a*i/otb«riDUktaf nMbte*. InvMtfarat* tht» wMxkrfel BiUtac a*> •blaa TODAY! FREE Demonstration Writ* l forear O w TinwOffit.W. *»!• « TOO to boy a*yiAin« UNTIL «M hat* Mtoaily prx>t*d- right IN r«O*o«bin •with roar own cow*— (bit TM jaorg* will nnk all roar «o« ia>Ur. etmmr And b*M«f. and ••*• yoo Bwar* ana mid . nancy Otao any OOMT mllkta* nisrWar !•' ttbsta fair offer T Send lor Fret Catalog 947-12 GUENFKLO, N. Y. Agent for Pino Tree Making Mach SEND FOB CATALOGUE Perhaps one would be safer always to ask the hitch-hiker it he Intends to make a hole in one. WATSON. (Mrs. Clark C. Nye, Correspondent) Clark C. Uye spent Sunday at Still- water. Clara Clark is spending sometime at Stillwater. Robert Ouderkirk is confined to the house by illness. Mrs. Anna Kentner, Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. M. J. Rennle. Mrs. Herman Fenton is a guest of her eon, Albert Fenton at Otter Creek. Mrs. William Mooney, of Water- town, is a guest of Mrs. Clark C. Nye. Dorothy Johnson of Brooklyn visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dailey, last week. Mrs. William Roberts of Daytdn, Ohio, was a guesst of Mrs. Clark C. Nye Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dailey were' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles John- son at Otter Creek, Sunday. Merritt Ed wards of Number Four is in Watertown City Hospital, where he underwent an operation for appen- dicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johns of Roches- ter and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wlrtz of Buffalo, were guests of Mr. and Mrg. : Edward Duffer, Sunday. The condition of Mrs. Robert Ouder- kirk, who recently underwent an oper- ation in the City Hospital, Watertown,, remains about the » JUNIOR SHARES INCORPORATED Until further notice the offering price of the capital stock of Junior Shares, Inc. will be per share T f he stock df this corporation was originally offered a short time ago at $15.00 per share. Owing to the increasing values of the se- curities placed back of and securing the issu- ance of the capital stock of Junior Shares, Inc. (comprising to a major degree the junior equities of the American Founders Group) the offering price has been increased ill accordance with that governing factor. Fiscal Agents Specialists in Investment Trusts 22-24 BANK PLACE UTICA, N. Y. £37 W00LW0RTH BLDG., WATERTOWN, NEW YORK vi : %.- :\•£'£• •4a fbr Economical Transportation r CHEVROLET/ 8 '•)'•&••• REFUIGEROTO only alUsteel refriger- X ators in the world ... these rugged General Electrics. Built of sheets of steel—as strong and long-lived as a safe. They cannot warp, because steel can- not warp. Their doors will never gag. Their latch and hinges will never loosen^—they are bolted right into the steel. Because,tbeir doors always fit so tightly and because of specially effective insulation, these re- frigerators actually maintain perfect temperature (always safely below the 5Q degree danger point) on the least pos- sible current. Heat cannot leak in and cold cannot seep out . . . and that is the secret of economical refrigeration. Just as an all-steel cabinet is superior to other types, so is the hermetically sealed mechanism of the General Electric in a free. Operation is extremely quiet. It never needs oiling. It has an accessible temperature control. As evidence of guar- anteed reliability— there are now more than 300 t 000 users and not one has spent a single dollar for repairs! Come and fi^e the models, any of which can be pur- class of its own. It isxlust-proof and worry- chased on conveniently spaced payments... Tune in on the General Electric Hour broadcast every Saturday evening 8 to 9 Eastern Standard Time over the N. B. C. network of 42 stations: . /\ , GENERAL ALL-STEEL NORTHERN NEW YORK UTILITIES. INC. Phone 80 s Lowville, N. Y. SIX CYLINDER C on the road in less than ei •m mon Less than eight months have beautiful new bodies—which are available in a variety of colors— represent one of Fisher's great- est style triumphs. And its safety and handling ease are so outstanding that it's a sheer delight to fcit at the wheel and drive. In fact, the new Chevrolet Six has completely changed every Into a price field that had hitherto previous idea as to what the buyer elapsed since the first Chevrolet Six was delivered into the hands of an owner—and already there are more than a million six- cylinder Chevrolets on the road! And the reasons for this overwhelming success are easy to understand. been occupied exclusively by four-cylinder cars— Chevrolet has introduced a six-cylinder car of amaz- ing quality and value. Not only does it offer the smooth, quiet, velvety performance of a great six-cylinder valve-in-head motor—but t from every standpoint, it is a finer automobile than was ever before thought possible at such low prices! Its The COACH '595 Thm ROADSTER Tht \ PHAETON TA« COUPB TA« * SPORT COUPE... 77i« * SEDAN ™« IMPERIAL SEDAN Th« S*d«n DCUTMT ... Th* Llftbt DeilreryChasaU.. Thm 1 Vfc Ton ChaMit.. T/i#tVfcTon ChawU with Cab. Alt pries* J. ©. b. /actarjL. Hint. Mich. I COMPARE Che deliTered price a* well as the Hat prlcelacontlderioaauto- mohUe values. Chevro« I«t's delivered prices In- clude only reasonable charge* for delivery and financing. of a low-priced car now has a right to expect for his money. You owe it to yourself, as a careful buyer, to see and drive this car. For it gives you every advan- tage of a fine six-cylinder -automobile— in theprice~ range of the four and with economy of better than 20 miles to the gallon! Come in today! S Open Efcnrngs EDWARD TROHBLEY, PORT LEYDEN, N. Y. N. W. SALMON^ GLENFIELP, N« Y. - v SPECIAL B.ADIQ PROGRAM The Chevrolet Motor Company Will present a special radio program Wednesday, August 14,over the Columbia network, 8 to8:30p.m., Easternstandard Time, cele- brating the millionth Six-Cylinder Chevrolet delivered in less than 8 months'time. FINN CHEVROLET, CO., INC., Lowville, N. Y. Associate Dealers . : •>.••?••'• Open Evening* DUFLO CHEVROLET CO., CROGHAN, N. Y. WE HATHAWAY, CONSTABLEYILLE, N. Y. /'/-Wi^'^ '^^^Ji^^^f'ft^^

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