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Journal and Republican li \. VANNAMEE, Local Editor, Editor Telephone . . ...9-W ; t-a Office Telephone .,.. 9-j BRIEF MENTION :.« the Croghan-Belfort . .ninienced Monday. Surrogate's office will be closed • •• balance of August. .- understood that Daniel Doyle, wville, will be a candidate \for : un the Democratic ticket at eptember primaries. Beatrice Edick, Stewart street ..'.ton to Mercy Hospital, Water- as t Thursday in Virkler's am- ••»'. suffering from appendicitis. - young ladies employed at the y clerk's and treasurer's office (-•ntertaiiKd Tuesday evening by Her tort Hanson at her home on nue. 12,000 pound cheese recently at the West Martlnsburg fact- or exhibition at the State fair . t- shipped to Syracuse by truck v- Tuesday. \ ii je number of LowviUe ladies ••.iiney to Utlca today to attend :: ; .con-bridge at the Tahunndasis .i C.ub, given by Mrs. Harry P. ;.i and Mrs. Gordon H. P. Gould, Lywtus Falls. Wi'iliam Bolvin, of Lake Placid, em* yni on the street paving job, was ii-.(••.! up at 1:30 a. m. Monday by ..a-man Fred Toussalnt, charged .'h public intoxication, and upon -::ii: arraigned before Justice Fred jn$*rwas fined $5. grtailes H. Ryan is installing; a com- < -.o new outfit in the store formerly upied by the A&P, first door south Bush's drug store, and will r^- uci^e in the confectionery business. \\<- new store will be ready for busi- •.-•; about September 1st. So noticeable waa the earthquake .ik at A. N. Virkler's camp at iKwater last Monday, where Mrs. »'.. Virkler, her daughter and hus- u.d. Mi. and Mrs. Robert Born, and iuchter Barbara, of East Orange, j. and Mrs. Harriet Nichols are » 's, that it woke everybody up In tr.e eottage. THREE HURT AS AUTO CRASHES INTO TELEPHONE POLE Front Wheel of Car Drops Off Con- crete, Pulling Auto Into Ditch on Construction Job Near Housevtlle. Unable to pull her car back Into L h ^ K°& . after the rl « ht f ran* wheel had left the concrete at a point near Houseville, Mrs. Susan Goodrich, Pittsfield. Mass., lost control of the machine Monday afternoon about 1:30 and ran into a telephone pole, break- ing it off. In the car with Mrs. Goodrich were her mother, Mrs. Mary Marks and the three Goodrich children* Frank, Charles and Schuxler. Frank, aged 10, received a out lip while Mrs. Marks, 68, received a cut on the forehead and several lower teeth were loosened. The injured were taken to Mercy Hospital, where they received treat- ment by Dr. H. G. Farmer. It was necessary to have several of Mrs. Marks' lower teeth removed. Injuries of the others were not serious and they only remained at the hospital a short time. ANNUAL FAIR AND EXPOSITION LEWIS COUNTY BRIDGE AND AT FOREST PARK, LOWVILLE i HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION JOBS Membership Fair Ttoeftcts. Membership tickets to the Lewis .::uy fair, August 20-23, are now on he l f of J. R. Bapl'Destroyed on Rudd Farm 7ne LowviUe fire department truck as called to the Lester Rudd farm at Mr th coal office State street. Observed 60th Anniversary. . and Mrs. E. C. Lovejoy, who w.•:,' married August 13, 1879, at Mar- •nvhurtf by Rev. L. R. Webber, ob- • ••wed their 50th anniversary Tuesday r. their home in Carthage. Bridge Closed. A new floor Is being laid on the •\bridge that crosses Moose river at Lyonsdale and the bridge will be riost^F to Yralflc for about ten days. C: Lo>oted timber 4x6 Is being used for ir.i. 1 r'.oor. PROPOSED STATE HIGHWAY Construction Programme for 1930 In- cludes Five Miles Down Black River Valley From BoonytUe to LowviUe. With the letting of the contract for the improvement of the HarrlsviUe- Fine state highway, the provisions contained in section 122-a of the high- way law have been complied with and contracts may now be let for the con- struction of highways added to the state system by chapter 330, laws of County Superintendent of Highways L. P. M. Gaylord has been Informed by District Engineer Roy F. Hall, of the state department of public works, that •, his proposed programme for construction in Lewis county in 1930 is about five miles on the new route down the Black river valley from Boonville to LowviUe. The* section to be Improved will probably be In the vicinity of Port Leyden and Lyons Falls. est Thing in Boots,\ by the Copenhagen Grange. Base ball, Glenfleld vs. Croghan. Awarding premiums in depart- ment A, sections 10, 11, 12.J13. 0:45 A.M.—Grange play repeated. 1:00 A. M.—Morris Troupe. 11:30 A.M.—Grange play repeated. 12:00 M.—Base Bail, HarrlsviUe Grange vs. Lowville Grange. 1:00 P.M.—Music by the Caatorland Band.; ' 1:30 P.M.—Grange play, \Mrs. Stub- bin's Book Agent,\ by Denmark Grange. High wire act. 1:45 P.M.—Morris Troupe. 2:00 P.M.—Base ball, Brown Ltpe Chapin vs. Sacred Hearts, Syracuse. 2:10 P.M.—Grange play repeated. 2:30P.M.—2:19 trot, purse $300. 2:21 pace, purse $300. 3:10 P.M.—Grange play repeated. Running race, purse $100. 3:30 P.M.—Morris Troupe. Parachute jump. 4:00 R M.—High diving act. Thursday, August 22. near Burdlck's Crossing, four miles south of Glenfleld, yesterday after- noon by reason of a barn being struck by lightning. The barn was destroyed, together with contents of hay, grain and farming tools. Death of Edward Johnson. Edward Johnson, a resident of Lewis county forty-five years ago, died on the 6th lnst. at his home in Buffalo. The body was brought here and interred Friday In the Martins- burg cemetery. A brother resides In Watertown and another brother and a sister in Buffalo. Spelling Contest. The Lewis county spelling contest A.il be held as folows: Thursday, August 12, at 10:30 a. m.. at the Low- vilie Academy, the written contest. Th'v oral contest will be held at the. Country Theatre building, on the fair ^ruuruis, from 12 to 1, Thursday, the U'd Must be Good. The board of governors of the Jefferson County Golf Club have adopted the following: No. employe or servant of the club .--hall possess, sell, keep, handle or serve any intoxicating liquor or beverage on the club premises, and any violation of this rule shall be cause for dismissal without notice.\ Rushing 1 Street Paving. The pouring of concrete on the Clinton street job was completed Tuesday and this street will be open to traffic In about two weeks. The Park avenue pavement will be com- pleted this week and an 18-foot road- way will be open to traffic fair week. On Waters Terrace two of the three strips have been laid full length. Make Entries Early. Those who contemplate making ex- hibits at the county fair next week are urged to make their entries early and avoid the rush. For the conven- ience of exhibitors the agricultural so- ciety will keep their office in the Bo wen block open for the receiving of entries on Friday, August 16th, from 1 to 9 p. m., and from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. on both Saturday and Mon- day next. Regular Monthly Clinic. The regular monthly clinic con- ducted by the St. Lawrence State Hospital will be held in Carthage, at the welfare 'station, on Tuesday, August 20th, from 2 to 4 p. m,; and in Watertown on Wednesday, August 21st, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. at the House of the Good Samaritan. The clinic will be conducted by Dr. J. A. Pritchard, first assistant physician, and Mrs. Clara E. Ellsworth, social worker. No fee is charged at the clinic, no medicine is prescribed, and advice only is given. New Time Table. A new time table went into effect on the Lowville and Beaver River railroad last Sunday. On week days trains leave Lowville at 8:15 a. m. and 4:30 p. m., arriving at Croghan at 8:55 a. m. and 5 p. m.; Sundays leave Lowville at 7:45 a. m., and ar- rive at Croghan at 8:20 a. m. On week days trains leave Croghan at 7:25 a. m. and 1 p. m., arriving at Lowville at 7:55 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. Sundays- leave Croghan at 9:10 a. m., arriving in Lowville at 9:45 a. m. Eastern Star Picnic. The Present and Past Matrons' and and Patrons' Association of Jefferson- Lewis district, Order of Eastern Star, will hold their annual picnic at Cedar Point, Tuesday, August 20. Picnic Band Concert Saturday, August 17 March—King of the Air, Johnson. Overture—The Blue Ribbon, Alex- ander. Fox Trot—High School Days, Mary Zoller. Cornet Duet—The Pals, (Geo. Bar- nard.) played by Allison Burhans, age 12; Earl Barnes, Jr., age 14. Fox Trot—(a) Maybe—Who Knows Tucker, Schuster and Ettlng; (b) Lady of the Morning, Sam Messen- helmer and Val Burton. Capriccio—Geraldine, R. B. Hall. Waltz—My Dear, Kahn and Saund- ers. March—National Emblem, Bagley. Star Spangled Banner, Ripley. Wise, or Otherwise? Is It wise, or otherwise, fqr the Lowville Board of Trustees, or who- ever may be in authority, to consent to the fire department truck being taken to neighboring towns In ans- wer to calls for assistance at barn fires? Yesterday the truck was tak- en to Burdick's Crossing, between Glenfield and Lyons Falls, to render assistance, and this In face of a pre- vailing fierce electric storm that continued throughout the afternoon and evening. A good many citizens who witnessed the passing of the truck down State Street, were free in expressing their disapproval of the practice, and all agreed that while it is an act of kindness to respond to relief calls, It i» running a great risk to take the truck any great dis- tance from Lowville, and thereby endanger local property. dinner will be served at 12:30. present and past matrons of All the order, whether members of the or- ganization or not, are invited to at- tend. Sports with prizes in the after- president of the organization, is de- sirous of a large attendance. Gifts to the Public Library. During the last six months many valuable books have been added to the Lowville Library by gift. At this time we wish to publicly thank the following donors: Mrs. H. C. AbeU, Airs. S. H. Anderson, New York City; Miss Elizabeth Arthur, Miss Jane Ar- thur, Mrs. R. E. Bateman, Miss Mary Curtis, Mrs. Deloss Fitch, Mrs. Annie Phillips, Mrs. H. A. Phillips, Mrs. M. A. Phillips, Miss Mabel Rich, Mrs. Hanna Rice, Miss Emma Scott, Miss Evelyn Smiley, Mr. Van Dressen, Van Waters. Sheffield Milk Prices. The net cash price to be, paid the more than 12,000 members of the Sheffield Producers Co-operative As- sociation, Inc., for the milk sold by them in the month of July, 1929, is $2.37% per hundred pounds or three per cent grade B milk in the 201-210 mile zone, with the usual freight, grade and butterfat differentials. This is equivalent to $2.57H for milk sold on a 3.5 basis. It is 7% cents higher than the price paid in June. This July price is the same as the price paid, in July, 1928, which was then the highest price ever paid for July mUk. Checks will be in producers' hands by August 15th. era to Purchase Fire Truck. Tuesday evening ihe Lowville Grange committee, consisting of Louis Archer, Louis Boshart and Fay C. Gordon, met with the council of the LowviUe fire department and formed a committee to be known as the Cen- tral Lewis County Fire Protection Committee. Lewis Archer was elect- ed chairman; Fay Gordon, vice-chair- man, and Lewis Boshart, secretary and treasurer. About forty other men, mostly farmers, were appointed on The committee will meet at the engine house Friday night at eight o'clock and start the soliciting of funds for the purchase\ of a fire truck to serve the rural districts in. cen- tral Lewis county. It is planned to house the truck in the LowvUle engine house and th fire department will respond to call from the country. A light truck equipped with chemicals and pumper would reach the scene of a fire in a few minutes and would be the meanj. of preventing a large loss. Bowsam Reunion. The fourth annual reunion of the* Rowsam family will be hejd at W. D. Rowsam'a TalcoilviUe, Sunday, Aug. 18th. Dinner at noon, followed\ by business meeting and programme. Mrs. Arthur Rowsam, Secretary. Fall Hate. Just received a nice. line of fall hats; also have a few straw hats left, which I will sell very cheap. Mrs. E. A. Agens, 151 Park Ave., Lowville, N. Y.—adv. Holsteln Picnic and Field Day. Members of the Holstein-Frieslan Association will celebrate at the Ger- rit S. Miller farm at Peterboro, N. Y., on Saturday, August 17. The principal event of the day will be the dedication of a boulder erected by the New York State Holsteln-Friesian Association, marking the birthplace of the first Holstein female registered in th< first published Herd Book and als commemorating the first yearly record of milk production ever made completed in the Miller herd In 1872. The notable speakers will lncludi Hon. Frank O. Lowden, president oi the National Holstein-Friesian Asso elation; Hon. Berne E. Pyrke, Com missioner of Agriculture and Mar- kets: Hon. Jared VanWagenen, Jr.; Hon. A. A. Hartshorn; Hon. Gerrit S. Miller, America's oldest Holsteln breeder. Th6 morning will be given over to field sports, Including ball game, races, horseshoe pitching and tug of war. A large delegation of Lewis County Holsteln boosters is plannln to attend this celebration, eventful in the history of Holsteln breeding. Miss M. M. Finch Has now a full line of the latest fa styles in hats and dresses. All ne^ creations in the up-to-date fashions. Call and make an early selection.— adv. \ uesday, Wednesday, Thursday' and Friday, August 20, 2*1, 22 ant 23— Official Programme of Dally Events. Tuesday, August 20. by the LowviUe 9:00 A. M.—Music Band. 0:00A.M.—Awarding of premiums w Barnes Corners-West Lowville high- all departments except sections .10, 11, 12 and 13. Base ball, Copenhagen Grange vs. Rlverbank Grange. 1:00 A.M.—Morris Troupe. 1:00 P.M.—Music by LowviUe Band. 1:30 P.M.—High wire act. 1:48 P. M. —Morris Troupe. 2:00 P.M.—Grange play, \Mother Pulls the Strings,\ by Leyden Grange. Base ball, Carthage vs. Brown- Lipe Chapin, Syracuse. 2:30 P.M.—2:30 trot, purse $300. 2:27 pace, purse $300.- 3:00 P.M.—Grange play repeated. 3:30 P. M.—Morris Troupe. Parachute jump. 4:00 P. M.—High diving act. Wednesday, August 21. 9:00 A.M.—Music by the Cos tori and Band. 0:00 A. M.—Grange play, 'The Dear- Harrtsville-Flne Road, 12-Mile Stretch, to Cost $817,735j8fl|—Two Bridges and Approaches on Barnes Corners Road $23,863.50. The Ruhtz Pike Engineering and Construction Corporation, Cohoes, were low bidders for the construction of two bridges and approaches on the way when bids were opened at the State Department of Public Works Friday. Their figure was $28,863.50. The engineer's estimate was $31,- 283.60. One bridge will be 18-feet span and the other 24-feet span, both with roadway 26 feet wide. The Belmar Construction Company of Troy proved low bidder on the largest state highway construction job ever let in northern New York. Bids were opened Friday on parts one and three of the Harrisville-Flne road and, when this 12-mile stretch is com- pleted, Carthage and Tupper Lake will be connected by a continuous stretch of improved highway. It Is expected that the Belmar Company will start work at once. The com- pany's bid was $617,735.65 and the state engineer's estimate was $870,- 206.65. Bidders on the contract were required to deposit $45,000. Boy F. Hall, division superintendent of the highway department, says that the laying of the concrete will com- plete the programme of- making con- crete Improved highway into the Adi- rondacks from this section, as all of the other sections of the road have been laid. The lrst wais from Tupper Lakea to Fine, following which a F t , g a ecr tlon was laid between Fargo and Harrisville. MRS. LUCIA C. HURRAY Born In the Town of Denmark and foMfalf a Century a Resident of Lowville, Died Sunday. 9:00 A.M.—Music by the Boonville Mrs. Lucia Crane Murray, widow of /[the late Roswell F. Murray, and for half a century a resident of LowviUe, died Sunday at the age of 84 years at the state hospital in Ogdensburg, where she had been a patient for about a week. Mrs. Murray had been In falling health for five years. For he past year she had resided at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, of Band. .0:00 A. M.—Grange play, \The Sur- prising Grange. Bride,\ by . Lowville. Base ball, winner of Wednesday's game vs. Boonville. 0:45 A. M.-t-Grange play repeated. .1:00 A. M.—Morris Troupe. 11:30 A.M.—Grange -play repeated. 12:00 M.—Spelling contest. 1:00 P.M.—Music by the Boonville Band. 1:30 P. M-—Grange play, ~\Bertha Brings Home the Bacon,\ by Bar- nes Corners Grange. High wire act. 1:45P.M.—Morris Troupe. 2:00 P.M.—Base ball, Sacred Hearts vs. Havana Red Sox. 2:30P.M.—Grange play repeated. 2:24 trot, purse $300. 2:24 pace, purse $300. ' 3:30 P.M.—Morris Troupe. Parachute jump. 4:00 P.M.—High diving act. r Friday, August 23. 9:00 A.M.—Music by the LowviUe Band. 10:00 A.M.—Base ball, Port Leyden vs. ConstablevlUe. •' 10:30 A.M.—Morris Troupe. 11:00A.M.—Grand parade of prem- ium stock. Dealers auto parade. 1:00 P.M.—Music by LowviUe Band. 1:30 P.M.—^Grange play, \Saving the Situation,\ by Rlverbank Grange. High wire act. 1:45P.M.—Morris Troupe. 2:00 P.M.—Base ball. Sacred Hearts vs. Havana Red Sox. '• 2:30 P.M.—Grange play repeated. 2:17 pace, purse $300. 2:11 trot., purse $300. 3:00 P.M.—Running race, purse $100. 3:30 P. M.—Morris Troupe. Parachute jump. 4:00 P.M.—High diving act. Other attractions may be added, and the society reserves-the right to change the programme as necessity may repuire. Glenn W. Smith, General Super- intendent East Martinsburg. The deceased was born In the town of Denmark, was the second wife of Mr. Murray and for about 40 years was associated with him in a book and stationery store here. After Mr. Murray's death, Mrs. Murray was as- sisted In the store by her sister, Miss. Louise Crane, until the latter's death several years ago. . The only surviving relative is a niece, Miss Lottie Nash, of Rochester. Funeral services were held yesterday from the undertaking parlors of Claude A. Dekin, Lowville, Rev. E. J. Lavis officiating; interment at Rural cemetery. COE FOWLER NUPTIALS LONG SOUGHT WITNESS LOCATED AT W1NDECKER David Beaudry, Wanted in Michigan, Denies Woman's {Claim of Perjury. : Long thought dead by Michigan of- ficials and residents of Alma, Mich. David Beaudry, principal witness In the Beatrice Epelr murder case at Alma 12 years ago, has been found residing at Windecker, about 12 miles west of Lowville. Beaudry has been sought in con- nection with a recent statement by Mrs. Anna Gllson, on whose testi- mony Albert Echorn, a wealthy farm- er, was convicted of murder and Is now serving the 12th year of his life sentence . Mrs. Gllson claimed her testimony was fase and that she perjured her- Belf at the Importunities of Beaudry, who, she said, promised a substantial part of the reward. Beaudry, near death from heart disease, stated Mrs. Gllson's testimony was \surely the truth\ and denied any offer of money. A. D. Wood, state parole commis- sioner of Michigan, visited .Beaudry Tuesday and obtained a stenographic statement from the witness. LEFT EAR Jesse Peebles, LowviUe, Severely In- jured in Auto Crash Near State Nursery. Jesse Peebles,. 50,, Lowville, was taken Sunday night to Mercy Hos pital, Watertown, badljr cut and bruised in an auto accident neat the state' nursery east of LowvUle at 7 o'clock Peebles had bis left ear nearly torn from his head. He also has several broken ribs on the left side over the heart and has cuts and bruises abou the head. Dr. Hr G. Farmer sewed the ear back- onto the head. Peebles was riding in a car driven by Floyd Hanno, when the car let the road and hit a telephone pole Hanno escaped injury. Dr. Campbell of LowviUe, gave first aid and direct- ed he be sent to the hospital. He was placed in Virkler's ambulance, which made a fast trip. Ladles Looking for the Latest Fall Styles Should call and examine the new^llne of fall hats and dresses on exhibition at Miss M. M. Finch's, State Street, LowviUe.—advJ Blodgett. Will be at his office on State St. nearly opposite Water Street, Tues days, Wednesdays, Thursday, Fridays Saturdays .—ad v. V. S. Bureau of Standards has just announced that clothe: laundered by home methods wear ou faster than similar' clothes washed and finished in a modern- laundry. Th New- System Laundry of Rome em- ploys the most modern methods known to the industry. Lowville Agency at Graham's Store, Phone 377-W.—adv. Miss Doris M. Fowler Bride of Elrich S. Coe at Home of Grandfather, Herman Shumway. Miss Doris M. Fowler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Fowler, C&natf- tota, acid Elrich S. Coe. of Syracuse, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Coe, were married at 4 p. m. Monday at the home of the bride's grandfather, Her- man Shumway, Trinity avenue, Low- ll The ceremony was performed C E f Mll Ol j y p by Rev.. C. E. Fry, of Manllus. Only the families were present. The attendants were Miss Dorothy Fulton, formerly of\ Lowville, now of Oswego. and Walter Whltfleld, Syra- cuse. Mrs. George B.^Mont played the wedding march of Mendelssohn and during the wedding ceremony played \O Promise Me.\ The home was decorated with wild flowers, the color scheme being white and yellow. Snap dragon and calen- dulas decorated the dining room. Miss Marguerite Klett and Miss Katherine Day, of LowvUle, classmates of the bride at Cartland Normal, assisted in the dining room. The bride was attired in white georgette, with a veil caught up with orange blossoms, and carried a brida* bouquet of roses. The maid of honor was gowned in yellow and also car- ried roses. Following the wedding supper the couple left for a motor trip through the Adirondacks. They will make their home In Syracuse where the .bridegroom is connected with the Wv I. Addis Company. SECURITIES DEPARTMENT Black River National Bank of Low- vlUe Inaugurates New Department. Eric E; Esler, of Watertown, N. Y. has been employed by the board o directors of the Black River National Bank, LowviUe, to take charge of the securities department of the bank. Mr. Esler Is a native- of northern New York. He was born In St. Law rence county and received the majo portion of his education In the Wa tertown schools. For many years he was In the employ of the Northern New York Trust Company, of Water town. For five years he was cashie of the Bank of Theresa, at Theresa New York. During the latter part o 1925 he resigned this office and ac- cepted the position of secretary of the Dunkirk Trust Company, Dun kirk, New York. \ In 1926 he was elected a director of this institution and served on the executive commit tee, resigning in October, .1928, to ac- cept 'the position of northern New York representative of one of the Investment 'banking houses of ew York city, s_ cipal and private securities Mr. Esler is married and has one son. He will move to Lowville at once. SPECIAL TOWN MEETING Notice Is hereby given that, pursu- ant to an application made therefor as prescribed by the provisions of the Town Law, which application was filed In the office, of the town clerk of the town of Lowville on the 13th day of Augustr~IB29, the~\ioUowlng proposition will' be submitted, to be voted upon by ballot at a spec lal town meeting to be held at th« court house, in the village of Low- vUle, Lewis county, New York, be- tween the hours of 1 o'clock p. m., and 6 o'clock p. m., on the 3rd, da_ of September, 1929, to wit: \Shall there be appropriated and expended from moneys now on hand belonging to the town of LowviUe, a sum of not to exceed five thousand dollars < $5,000! for the erection upon lands now own- ed by the town of Lowville, on Bost wick street In the village of LowvUle New York, of a building for the pur- poses of storage and care of mach- inery and equipment belonging to th said town.\ Dated this 13th day of August, 192t Fred C. Jacques, Town Clerk 43-3t-c The Best Place to Eat. Three Maples Inn, Locust Grove, Sunday chicken dinner $1.00. Short soft drinks. Telephone, Lyons Falls, 5-F12. Conducted by Mr. and Mrs Friend Ward.—adv. Complete Service. We have expert tailors in our plan 1 to repair or reline your coals or gar- ments at a nominal charge. New System Laundry & Dry Cleaners, Agency at Graham's Store, Phone 377-W,—adv. PEOPLE IN PRINT Mrs. Addle Ayres, of Gloversvllle, is ^siting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller. Miss Bertha Snow, of Syracuse, is he guest of Mrs. L. B. LaMont, Stowe treet. Miss Mary Dow, of Chicago, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hutchlns. Miss Elva Kelhi, of Newport, was he guest last week of Miss Marion \'ogarty. Mrs. S. Brown Richardson left Wednesday to spend some time ,at Heuvelton. J Mr. and Mrs. George S. Reed and hildren are spending the month at Long Pond. Frank Waterman, of Brooklyn, is he guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Back, of Nyack, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Nortz. Mrs. Frank L. Bostwick has re- urned from several weeks stay at >ovldence, R.. I. Miss Cora Tlmmerman of Staten aland is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. \eorge Shepard. Mrs. Roymeyn B. Hough has as guests Mr .and Mrs. Frank Galloway, f Passalc, N. J. Miss Marlon Bisnett, of Water- own, waa a recent guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nelson J. Peck. Mr. and Mrs. James Finn and Mrs. W. H. 'McCarthy are spending the week in Cleveland, O. Mrs. George Babbit and daughter, fluth, are spending some time with Mrs. C. Fred Boshart M. C. Albrecht, of Rochester, is pending two weeks In LowviUe, and iclnlty visiting friends. -• Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holt and Mr. nd Mrs. Jesse Dana have been at Third Lake the past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Toussalnt are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Chamblee, of, Oxford, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yates, of Buffalo, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Farrington. Miss Adeline- Barnes, R. N., of Watertown, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Barnes. Mrs, Oarlyle Ring and daughter, Barbara, of Worcester, are the guests f Mr. and Mrs. Francis Back; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stlne and Mrs. E. B. Mayhan motored to Platts- burg Tuesday for a few days. Miss Elizabeth Williams has been he guest of Dr. and Mrs. James lemming, of Utlca, the past week. Miss Grace Kotary and Miss Irene Grimm are spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. William Fulton, of Troy. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fogarty and Miss Marlon Fogarty returned yesterday from a trip to Scran ton, Pa., and New York. r * • . Mrs. George Fulton and three daughters, of Oswego, are visiting Russell Burdlck, grandfather of Mrs. \\ulton. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bedford have been Isitine Mr. and Mrs. Seth Peckham at JPSterviUe. . ward B. Schermerhora is spend- ng two weeks at Plattsburg as a member of the Citizens' Military Training Corps. Mrs. Walter Galloway and children eft Saturday for three weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haller at the Thousand Islands. Miss Loraine .White, Rochester; Miss Esther Carl and Walter Taylor, of Heneretta, have been the guests of M. E. McOmber and family. Mra. Alberts and Miss Grau, of Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Beyer, of Castorland, have been vislt- ng Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Rice. Mrs. Walter Salisbury has returned from Boston, accompanied by her sis- ters, Mu Sarah Comer, Mrs. William Blis>«tfnd Miss Gertrude Ryel. Alas Ruth Loaon, -student at Long land College Hospital, is spending four weeks' vacation with her par- ents .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Loson. Xfeomas W. McGrath, president of Jne Board of Education and promin- ent cheese buyer of this village, is seriously 111 at bis home on Dayan street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barlow and Miss Agnes Rhlneheart, of Oswego; Mr. and Mrs. Kent Dodge, were.Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peck and son, David, of Brownsville, Tenn., are guests of Nelson J. Peck, Mrs. Peck's brother and other relatives in this section. Misses Eleanor and Jane Bourne, of East Rochester, are spending some time with' Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robinson if and Mrs. Emory Morrow are j/tT^ motor trip to Ottawa and Mont- real. During their absence, Under- seriff Arthur Robinson is in charge of the sheriff's office. Mrs. F. S. Stoddard is entertaining Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Knickerbocker, of Minneapolis, Minn., and has also had as recent guests Dr. and Mrs. F M. Miller, o£ Utlca. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Virkler, Leonard Virkler and Mrs. Frank Sturtz left Tuesday for Stockbrldge, Mass., to vist John Kohler, a brother of Mrs. Virkler and Mrs. Sturtz. ' Mr, and Mrs. Maurice N. Virkler, Park avenue, have as guests for two weeks Mr. and Mrs. WUliam Sebold and two children, of Wanawa, Wls Mrs. Sebold is a sister of Mrs. Virk ler. Mrs. W. |k Bennett and children, Bradford, Ruth and Edwin, are the guests of her father, Dr. B..W. Sher- wood, at his summer camp on Fourth Lake of the Fulton Chain, for two wee Mrfs M. M. Finch is visiting several ^rthe central New York cities look Ing over the fall styles. She is ac companied on her automobile trip by her sister, Mrs. Jennie L. Schmidt, o Watertown. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bourne and nd Ml*S r James Flood, of East Rochester, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Robinson. Mrs. Katherine 'Henry with Gerald and Raphael Henry wiU leave Mon- day to vist her SOD, Edgar Henry, in Cleveland, O. Miss Bernlce Henry, nurse at Glenvllle Hospital, will re- turn with them for her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Petrie, of Beach Hill; Mr. -and Mrs. Ray Plop- per, Mr. and Mrs. Philo Hunt, John Hunt, Frances Plopper, Sheridan Plopper, LowviUe, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra, Glenn Loadwick at Car- thage. ^and Mrs. William Welch and , Uy, Elm street, will soon remov to Panama, where Mr. Welch ia con nected with the Government's com- mlsary on the Panama Canal. Mr Welch has been in Panama several years, returning here recently for a vacation. Mrs. Welch 1B a daughter\ of Mr,_a.nd Mrs. Frank,_JL._Boshart State street. Celebrates Birthday. Thirty-five guests were present t help little MIBS Anna Hulbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T Hulbert, celebrate her birthday at the residence of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hulbert, Rural avenue, Monday night. Various games were played and prizes were awarded. The guest of honor also received many beautiful and usefu presents, among them a purse o: money, Learn to Remember Phone Numbers Practice on 377-W, \the phone num ber of the Lowville Agyjcy of th< New System Laundry & Dry Cleaners —adv. This nation wasn't made great b men afraid to tell the world how the> stood on national Issues of their day. TEN, TWENTY-FIVE AND FORTY-FIVE YEARS AGO From the Journal and Republican of August 14, 1919; August 11, 1904; August U, 1884. August 14,1919. Leo Hubbard has returned from veraeas duty. Granulated sugar sells at 11 cents >er pound and the supply is limited. Thomas Ward, formerly of Low- ille, died Monday at Port Leyden, ;ged 84. The ninth annual reunion of the eebles family will be held at Mar- insburg, August 21. Mrs. Fannie C. Fish has sold ber residence on DeWltt street to Mrs. Esther Hall for (2,000. Mrs. Samuel Hardy died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bray- ton York, at Bellwood. Leslie Wasmuth died Thursday at Turin of spinal meningitis following an illness of four hours. Emory Mahalyl and Miss Rose Links were married Thursday at Glenfleld by Justice John Lampman. Rev. Donald C. Stuart wUl com- mence his rectorship of St. Paul's church, Constableville, September 1. Earl Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard Miller, Port Leyden, and Miss Emma Outwater, Watertown, were married August 11. The second annual reunion of the ary family was held Friday at For- est Park. Ninety-three members of he family were present. The total receipts to pay the ex- penses of the Victory Jubilee In Low- ville were $3,645.31; expenses, $3,425.92; balance on hand, 121939. John Zehr, Belfort, was drowned Tuesday morning in the Oswegatchie river, just below Mud Pond, when he was seized with cramps. The eight columns used on State street during the Victory jubilee cele- bration, have been removed to Forest Park, where they will be placed per- manently. Jacob A. Neibergall died Monday t the Soldiers' Home at Bath, which he entered from LowviUe April 12th. He was born at Port Leyden, Feb- ruary 5, 1843. Harold C. Foote has returned from serving nineteen months overseas. He carried ammunition and took wound- ed to the rear during St. Mlhlel and ther offensives. The funeral services of Pivate WU- lam M. Roberts were held Thursday rom the Turin Presbyterian church, Rev. C. H. Dayton and Rev. Evan Evans officiating. Miss Hazel L. Vandewalker, Water* own, and Raymond Rowland Jansen, teacher of agriculture at LowviUe Academy, were married Tuesday by Rev. Winfred P. Moody. Milton C. Osborne, well known busi- ness man of Harrlsvllle, was found dead in his room at the Central house, where he boarded, Monday morning, death being due to apoplexy. John Garbarino returned Friday to his home In LowviUe. His company, which numbered 236 men at the start, returned with only 23 of the original members, 212 having been killed or left in hospitals. August 11, 1904. Sig. Sautelle's circus In LowvUle, August 15. George VanAtter, 79, died Monday at Watson. Pawnee Bill's Wild West sfiow in Lowville, August 23. Mrs. John L. Beach, 52, died Tues- day at her home in LowviUe. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Galvln, LowvUle, August 5, 1904,, a son. Mrs. E. D. Dunham, 82, ,,dled Sat- urday at her home In Denmark. Alonzo Sharp died August 4th at his home at Petrie's Corners,'aged 81. John N. Pelton, formerly of Low- viUe, died August 8th at -Minneapolis, Minn., aged 64.' Joseph Sins, 67, died suddenly of heart disease August 5th at his home on Mohawk Hill. Ruth Mlder, 7-years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mider, LowviUe, died Saturday of diphtheria. James A. Mareness has Bold his grocery store in Catrhage and re- moved his family to LowviUe. Miss Ethel Smiley celebrated her 9th birthday Tuesday by entertaining a company of her young friends. The 14th annual convention of the Lewis County Y. P. S. C. E. will be held today and tomorrow at Glen- fleld. Major Walter H. Blodget, of Wor- cester, Mass., has presented to the In- habitants of Denmark, his former home, 25 street lamps. John W. Dale, formerly clerk of the surrogate's court, Lowville, and Miss Mary AUene Haviland, a member of the Academy faculty, were married yesterday at Rushville. Billy Conover on Monday, took* a header out of a second story window at his home on State street, turned a double somersault in. his descent of 16 feet and was not injured in the least. Trude B., owned by Dr. C. W. Borg- ner LowviUe, and driven by BUly Pratt, took second money, in the 2:25 class at Watertown, and first money In three straight heats at Canton time, 2:21%. Mrs. C. Crowley, Castorland, who dug her early potatoes in June, plant- ed some of the. potatoes that were dug on the same ground and they are looking fine. They have been hoed twice and prospects are good for a second crop. A fairly good start has been made the present week on the LowvUle and Beaver River railroad. Twenty-five Italians are at work grading near the Limekiln hill just north of LowvUle, and work has also been commenced on cattle passes in that vicinity, Fifty more Italians will be put to work next week. Visitors in Lowville this week: Mrs, D. L. Ketcham,, Rome; J.\ W. Jones, Frankfort; John E. Jones, New York Bo wen, presented Gen. Logan with a handsome boquet at the LowvUle sta- tion this morning. John O'Donnell is building an ad- dition to the Dayan street opera house, 28 by 60 feet, designed for a stage and dressing rooms. r . Six hundred and ninety-three pen- sioners, many of them residents of Lewis county, last week received $264,301.34 from the Syracuse agency. Prof. Frank Thompson, of Gouver- neur, will enter upon an engagement next Monday as leader and musical director of the Lowville Band, In. place of Robert McCrossen, who goes Amsterdam. <*• The report of the Utlca and Black. River Railroad Company to the rail- oad Commissioners shows: Gross arnloigs, $199,192.91; expenses, $156,- W03.66; Income, $142358.50; fares and interest, $45,712.24; deficit, $3,853.74. Among a large number of young adies who received the white veil of he noviliate at St. Nicholas German hurch, Wilkesbarre, Pa., Tuesday, were Miss Caroline Scharback and Miss Mary Claser, of ConstablevtUe. Gen. John A. Logan, Republican andldate for vice-president, and •arty, arrived in LowviUe at 10:02 his morning by special train en-route or Watertown. Fully 1,000 persons ihook hands with him at the Low- ill e station. C. L. Knapp, Charles D. Boshart, R. J. Richardson and H. A. hllllps joined the party here and ac- ompanied them to Watertown to at- end a G. A. R. reception and mass meeting. Visitors in LowviUe this week: Miss Grace Eden, Utlca; Miss Grace Bingham, Watertown; Frank H. Hough , Washington; Mies Hattle Chapin, Antwerp; Miss Ella Traffern, Forestport; Miss Georgia Mclntosh, Olean; Miss Henry Merrell, Toledo, O.; Henry McCulloch, Albany; G. M. Perkins, Blue Springs, Neb.; Miss Laura Moss, Lockport; Mrs. Alonzo Kellogg, Adams; Everett M. Arthur, Silverton, Colo.; WaUace Clark, New York; Miss Amelia Erhardt, Utlca; Mrs. Judge Randall, Florida; Miss Bessie Foote, Syracuse; George J. Mager, Cortland; Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Germond, New York; Rev. and Mrs. Richard J. Smith, East Hamilton; Rev. S. E. Breen, Boston, Mass.; Rev. Nelson S. Rulison, Cleveland, O. During the past. ten days Chief Engineer Henry E. Turner has added about 80 members to the LowviUe fire department, and been instrumental in organizing two new companies. The Mechanics' Hook and Ladder Com- pany Monday evening elected the fol- owlne officers: Foreman, W. D. Parker; first assistant, Louis Crois- ant; second assistant, William Moren; president, Lewis Humphrey; vice- president, Thaddeus Sutphen; sec- retary, Michael Kleb; treasurer, C. F. Burllngame. The Steamer Company was organized Tuesday evening with 50 members and these officers: Fore- man, William Garnsey; first and sec- ond assistants, M. L. Bateman and John E. Haberer; president, S. Brown Richardson; vice-president, J. H. Locklin;^secretary* R- E. Bateman; treasurer, A. M. Lanpher; committee on by-laws, J. E. Haberer, W. L. Scott, A. J. Passenger. LOWVILLE CHURCHES AND KINDRED ORGANIZATIONS a...HnhhftU. Rochester: May Hoban, New York; Miss Olive Bolton, Rochester; E. Erwin Lanpher. Atlantic City; Miss Ruth Gangloff ana Miss Grace Man tell, Utlca; Mrs. George H. Cruickshank, Brooklyn; Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Coddlngt6n an< daughter Dorothy, Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. George Sanderson, Morris; Mrs. W. G. MandevUle, Sr., Norwich. August 14,1884. J. N. Pelton Is enlarging his scythi and plow wactory. The State fair will be held a Elmira, September 4-10. Patrick Brady, 77, Harrlsbubrg, died while at the dinner table Friday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Byron Van Duzee, LowvUle, August 8th, a daugh- ter. A portable noiseless floor is being placed in Roscoe hall for a skating rink. - .James H. Ralsten has commenced the erection, of JL resldence_on Dayan James Bush, esteemed resident o Martinsburg, died suddenly Monday aged 63. The new iron bridge at the head o Dayan street will be opened for traffi Saturday. R. Kent Stevens has purchased a half interest In the store of A. M Lanpher, Lowville -Band excursion to Utica and return August 28th; $2 round trip with special train both ways. M. J. Ryan has commenced rebuild- ing the Central house on State street, which was recently destroyed by fire. Horatio Arthur, who has purchased residence on Campbell street, wil' rent his farm and remove to Low ville. Royal P. Wilbur, LowvUle, has re- ceived a bequest of $20,600 from his uncle, the late Royal Phelps, New York. . . Miss Mary Bowen, daughter of O. F Trinity Church. Walter Leopold Bennett, Rector. The August services in this church are proving their need; Many .used to attend church because they were forced to. Now relieved of that bondage, they go because, as in the words of the psalmist, \As the heart for the water-brooks, so pants my soul for Thee, O God\; and again, \I was glad when they said unto me, let us go unto the house of the Lord.\ Old forms die out, but the old-need of God does not die; in great souls it grows greater and greater. An in- creasing attendance Is noticed in our city churches at daily morning prayer and holy communion. Plan, to attend Sunday; early services, cool church. 8 a. m., holy communion; 9:30 a. sou, morning prayer and sermon,, \The Basis of Modern Religion.\ 11 a. m., holy communion, low serv- ice, at Trinity chapel, Greig. * Church of the Nazarene. C. Lester Cleaves, Pastor, Prayer service at 8 p. m., Wedhe*«- day, please note the change; service at the }all at 8 p/m., Friday. Services for' Sunday are as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. xn. BUILD ROAD IN JIG TME Spellman & Oliver Construction Com-. paay Commenced Pouring Cement June 12th on Five BOIe Stretch and Finished Friday, The Spellmaji and Oliver Construc- tion Company, of Cbateaugay, have completed the concrete work in jig time on the Martlnsburg-Turln State highway, a five mile stretch. They commenced pouring concrete on June 12th, and completed this part of the job Friday. The bonus system l» in force on $iis Job, wtth the result that nearly every man employed is working? to increase the amount in his pay en- velope. The firm has beaten its own reoefdrln the pouring of concrete, they having poured on Wednesday, Thurs- day and Friday of last week, 1,648% feet each day. This Is the greatest yardage ever put In by this company. There will be about three weeks work, finishing the Houseville bridge and the shoulders of the road. > The machinery of the company will be shipped to Plattsburg, where Spell- man-Onver will this summer start a six-mile stretch of new road between Plattsburg and Ausable Chasm. o Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schantz, LowvUle, August 10, 1929, twin daugh- ters. NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT-ROLL. Tax Law, Sec 36—Hearing of Complaints. ~* •-« •*•-*•- . . • i ••is/.y ••\•• • \!. Notice is hereby given that the assessors of the town of LowviUe have completed their assessment roll for the current year; that a copy thereof has been left with E. A. Tiffany at the Baptist church sheds, where it may be seen and examined by any person interested therein until the third Tuesday of August next, and that on such day, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, said assessors wUl meet at' Court > House in the said town, to; hear and examine all complaints in relation to such assessments, on the application of any person conceiving himself aggrieved thereby. Dated this 1st day of August, 1B29. W. J. Stoddard, F. J. Boshart, 41-3t c Assessors. Notice to Farmers I will ship cattle and calves from Lowville stockyards. Saturday August 17th, top price for calves, 160 pounds and over. Glenn W. Smith.—Adv. if. \cfe '•\'$ ' .•'•;' •'•' \ '••• ; *',V M Uncle Sam Makes Solars Smaller. \bur special 20% reduction until August 29th makes their purchasing power greater than ever before. New~ System Laundry and Dry Cleaners of Rome, Agency at Graham's Store, Phone 377-W.—adv. • T 'ki \Spick and Spruce.\ Laundry and Dry Cleaning service is now available to LowviUe and vicinity. Agency at Graham's store, Phone 377-W.--adv. k^^^

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