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J.J.XLJ jtr.r V iA/\y ViJULJij, JN. 1., TllORSDAY, DECEMBER 5 ? 19:29. to: . mm//*' a 1 :'/ w •[•• • & A FULL LINE OF MEN'S. BOYS' & CHILDREN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS SHOES AND RUBBERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Our Big $ale is Going Big. Come and get your share Men's Suits and Overcoats {10.50 Boy's Suits an4 Overcoats j 3.98 Men's heavy fleece lined Shirts and Drawers {$Q Men's Heavy Rubbers 98c Men's Sheepskin lined leather coats J 8*95 Men's Fleece lined Union Suits j 1.00 Children's Overshoes .... Men's Bibbed Union Suits Men's Wool pants Men's Flannel Shirts Men's and Boys' Shoes ... Boys' all wool Mackinaw Coats Hundreds of articles not mentioned on account of lack i -—of space— /• HIE LEWIS CLOTHING STORE LOWVILLE, N. Y. 98c 85c $ 1.98 $ U9 $ L98 S 198 flat BIC DISPLAY OF USEFUl XMAS —Hr H. FOOTE CLOTHING & FURNISHING STORE JEWELERY GIFTS THAT -LAST AND PLEASE We have a beautiful line of Whiting & Davis Bags, Diamonds, Crystals, Pearls, Lion Leather Goods, Fickard China, Hawks Crystal, Silver City Glass. Elgin, Hamilton, Illinois, Waltham, Swiss Watches, Session, Seth Thomas, Ingraham, Gilbert, Westclock Clocks. Sterling and plated silverware, flat and holJow. Waterman and Chilton pens in sets and singles.. Whit- ing stationary, Christmas cards, and paper. Adding machines, Typewriters,—Office equipment. Steel files, safes, filing sections, desks, WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING YOU COME IN AND SEE US STEPHENS JEWELER BEAVER FALLS Death of William Coyer—Meeting of the Cradle Boll and Junior Depart- ment of the W. C. T. U. December 7—Many Home for the Thanksgiv- ing Holiday—Nows Notes and Per- sonals. <Mr8. George M. Bardo. Correapond't,) Mrs. Fred LeGross, who has been 411 ia slowly improving. Mrs. A. Smith Is seriously ill at her home with heart trouble. Miss Mynell Richner spent the week- end with Miss Mary Schneeberger. Mrs. Benjamin Virkler is spending a month with relative^ at Long 1 Island. Mr. I^elghton VanArnam is passing some time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. VanArnam. Everett Jones attended a convention of the Utica Mutual insurance agents at Hotel Martin, Utica. Mrs. Helen Henry and son, of Croghan, were recent callers at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Honer. Mrs. Benjamin Virkler left last week for Long Island where she will spend a month with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Maurer spent Thanksgiving with their son, Millard Maurer and family, at Flshkill. Mr. Leigh ton VanArnam has been passing a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. VanArnam. , Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dekln, of Low- ville, were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Osborne. Mr. Norman Coyer died Monday at his home on the Swiss road. Mr. Coyer had ^>een ill for- eeverat years. Franic Osborne has returned ^rom Watertown City Hospital where he recently was operated upon for hernia. Mrs. Louise Meister, o* Rlverbank, upent several days last week^with her sister, Mrs. Hannah Heimhilger and ia Edwin Tyner, of Syracuse- Unlvera- ity IpenrSie' Thanksgiving recess •with bis parents, Mr. and Mra. Tru- u^0G. Fredenburg and infant son hav? returned from the House of the Sod Samaritan, Watertown, both mother and son doing nicWy. Mrs Mary C. Jonee, who has been ^SS S summer at Potsdam has returned to pass some time with her son, Dr. F. E. Jones and family. Misses Lucinda Richner and Gladys Herzig, of Central City Business School, Syracuse, spent the Thanks- giving recess with their parents. Mrs. Cornelius Heimhilger was call- ed to Utica last week by the Ulnesa of her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Swart- faker, who is reported Bomewhat im- proved. Mr. Harvey and Charles Cornwall, of Alexandria Bay, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cornwall a few days last week. Miss Arletha Honer, of Poughkeep- sie, and Miss Donna Jeanne Sooner, of New Hartford, spent Thanksgiving vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Honer. ( Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hilts entertained on Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. George Herrick and two children, of Carthage; Mr. and Mrs. William Hilts and daughter Rema. Mr Joseph ReuYannacht, who has been spending the past two months with his daughter, Mrs. Hutchinson and family, at Ogdensburg, has re- turned to his home. t A union Thanksgiving service .was held at the Evangelical church on Wednesday evening. Rev. C. B. Wal- lace, pastor of the Methodist church delivered the address. The Ladles Auxiliary of the Evan- gelical church will hold their regular business meeting; and election of offi- cers Thursday afternoon, December 5, at the home of Mrs. E. E. Widmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Honer en- tertained for Thanksgiving dinner Miss Arletha Honer, of Poughkepsie, Donna Jeanne Spooner, of New Hart- ford; Fay Sheldon, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn M. Sheldon, of Copenhagen. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Evan- gelical church will hold their regular business meeting and election of of- ficers Thursday afternoon, December 5, at the home of Mrs. E. E_. Wid- meyer, assisting hostess, Mrs. Albert Hoppe. Several members- of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Evangelical church enjoyed a pancake and sau- sage breakfast Thanksgiving day morning at 7:30 in the church dining room. i The following young people were home for the Thanksgiving recess: Miss Mary Lewis, Boston; Miss Louise Nuffer, Rye, N. Y.; Miss Ruth Stevens, Russell Sage College, Troy; Lewis Van Arnam, Syracuse University, Robert Babbit, Ernest Klett, St. Lawrence University. The instruction meeting and Christ- mas party connected with the cradle roll and junior department of the W. C. T. U. will take place from 2 until 4, , Saturday afternoon, December 7th, in the Community House. Ail charter members are requested to be present for the white ribbon service. The next regular business meeting takes place December 12th, at which time a report of state convention will be given. At the National and State conven- tions it was voted that the women of our org-ajsization, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, be ask- ed to observe the first Wednesday in December, which this year came on December 4, as \self denial day.\ Do without something on that day 1 —a simpler meal, some act of self denial by which you contribute the amount saved to the temperance cause. You are requested to respond to the local roll call, reporting on the day and to learn just what the money is used for. The next local business meeting' on December 14. Through some mistake an error occured In last week's item concerning the W. C T. U. convention held in Binghamton. The convention was the state convention, and while there delegates received reports from the National convention, held in Ind- ianapolis, Ind., in the month of Sept- ember. The committee on the arrange- ments for the inflation meeting 1 for the Cradle Roll and the Junior Depart- ments of the Woman's Christian Tem- perance Union, of Beaver Falls recent- ly met The initiation meeting will be held Saturday, December 7th,, at the Community house. It was decided to hold a Christmas party for the child- ren in connection with this meeting and the hour will be announced in next week's issue. DENMARK, DEER RIVER WATSON (Mrs. Clark C. Nye, Correspondent) Margaret Hawley spent the week- end with Mrs. Elon Smith. Mr. F. W. Peckham, who has been ill again, Is better at this writing. Miss Dorothy Gam Bey visited Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ossont last Friday. Mrs. Elon Smith spont Thanksgiv- ing Day with Mr. and Mrs. James Hawley. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Darling, of Inlet, are visiting- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earlenbach. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peckham, of Lowville, spent Thanksgiving with Miss Alice Peckham. Miss t Glema Sands, and Dewey The Severe Storm of November 28-29 A Record Breaker for Thin Section— Only Nineteen Dairy Farmers Out of Sixty Dairy Farmers Able to Beach Milk Station—The Need of a County Snow Wow Imperative—The Death of Mr. 9mf E. Knapp—Person- al News Notes. (Mrs. A. F. White, Correspondent.) George Miller spent the vacation i recess at home from Potsdam, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Miller. - Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Vrooman enter- tained their children and grandchild- ren, Mr. and Mrsr W. B. Hill and Mra. A. F. White, on Thanksgiving Day. (Covers were laid for twenty-five and a bountiful'dinner was served. All en- joyed the day. The severe snow storm of the 28th and 29th was a record breaker as the roads were blocked beyond all traffic. Out of about sixty dairies of milk, only nineteen were able to reach the station on Saturday morning. A party was held Friday night at Mr. Tabolts on the East road, and nearly all were obliged to stay until Sunday morning before they could get home. The \heavy •winds blocked the roads to places so that it was impossible to get through and many cars were stalled on the road. Henry Dora and son, of Rochester, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. •Harvey Dora. Sheldon Merriam and two children spent Thanksgiving in Pennsylvania, where Mrs. Merriam has been conva- le&ing since her operation in the Itha- ca hospital. He returned home Monday morning: and she accompanied him as far as Lowville. All are glad to know that she is much better. The road is passable from Copenha- gen to Carthage by way of Deer River. George Miller returned to Potsdam, •Monday by train, as the roads were filled with snow. We can look for a long snowy win- ter, if the snow continues, as begun in November. Some truck and a few autos passed on Monday. On Tuesday morning, November 26, a life-long- resident of Denmark, Jay E. Knapp, passed away at his home, after an Illness of several months. He was the only son of the late Elliott M. and Harriett Suits Knapp, born on August 28, 1857. He married Miss Mar- lon Dunham, September 11, 1882, who died July 17,1927. Mr. Knapp was well- known In this vicinity as he was a cheese maker in the Crown Brand factory for twenty-three years, and conducted a general store for the last twenty years of his life. He was also Postmaster at Denmark since 1922. He was also a very effloient master of Denmark grange for several years. He had a stroke of paralysis on Aug- ust 28, but recovered so as to be jgrownjof Lyons FaUs, \>rnv+-(piaata-Gt- ^round Air. and Mrs. N. J. Brown Thanksgiv- ing 1 Day. Miss Helen Peckham spent the Thanksgiving recess at Wa,tervJlle with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Peckham. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stewart and children of East Martlnaburg; Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Stewart and children and William R. Stewart, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark C. Nye Thanks- giving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce, of Troy, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Waldron, and daughter Olive Laura Rennnie, of Ot- ter Creek, and Ronald Burnham, of Number Four were guests of Mr. and (Mrs, E. H. Waldron Thanksgiving day. Now they have found a prehistoric skeleton with a skull half an Inch thicker on one side. Maybe that was the side that didn't beHeve in evolu- tion. (mm DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EARLY! Arrow Shirts, Silk or Broadcloth—Collar Attached or Detached With Oolkr to Match Large Line of Neckwear — 50c to $2.00 SILK HOSIERY SILK AND WOOL 8CABF8 ALL PRICES Sheepskin Coats, extra quality for Boys and Men, SPECIAL PRICE ON OVERCOATS AND SUITS FOR -THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS— Come in and Look Ojir Stock k Through 4 Dayan St. II II fQQTF Lowville, N. Y. 48 STEPS FROM THE BUST COBNEK +%+X*X'UX'X'X'X'X'X'X+X+UX+X+X+t'X+X'X+X'X'X'X'X'X he\ wan stricken on Oct- ober 24, from which he only partially rallied, heart failure causing his death. He was tenderly cared for by his granddaughter, Mlas Antoinette Knapp, and dn his last days 8be jyas assisted by her mother, Mrs. Nettie Knapp.xHe is survived by five grand- children,. Misses Ruth Knapp, libra- rian, at Clyde, N. Y.; Antoinette Knapp, Denmark; Mrs. William M. Barrow, of New Hartford; Harold A, and Lawrence Knapp, of Clark's Mills, and one great grandson, Donald L. Barrow. Also Several cousins. Funeral services were held at the home on Friday, November 29, Rev. C C. Frost, of Carthage officiating. Interment was tmade In Swmboume cemetery. The bearers were: F. J, Lawton, W. *D. BUnn, Harvey Dekin and William Brown. Among those who entertained here on Thanksgiving day were: Mr. and Mra. F. H. Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. E. WATCHES — DIAMONDS SILVERWARE JEWELRY KODAKS Jeweler •••) A. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lathum. Mrs. Nellie Otis and uncle, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilkinson, at Lowville, on Thursday, November 28. COPENHAGEN Important Meeting of the Grange Nice Sum Raised at the Supper- Next Meeting December 14—Elec- tion of Officers for 1930—Boy Scoot Services at I. O. O. F. HaU-St CecUe Guild Put on Successful Sap- per—Notes and Personals. ((Mrs. N. D. Tenill, Correspondent) Mrs. Frances C. Howard left Friday for Washington, D. C, to pass the winter. Hon. Addtagn L> Clark left Friday for Bradentpwn, . Florida to spend the winter months. iMr. and Mrs. G. S. Roberts and Mrs. Edna Parsons left Monday for New York to be absent several days. >Mrs. C. S. Thompson has returned to her home in Alexandria Bay after visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Cramer in this village. Rev. and Mrs. T. M. Bond spent the Thanksgiving holiday in Unadllla Forks with Mrs. Bond's mother, Mrs. Jennie-Saundera. Circle X of the Congregational church held their annual sale of fancy goods and served supper in the church Wednesday December 4th. Fully a hundred persons attended the card party at the Davenport House Thursday evening. Refreshments were served at the conclusion, of play. Prizes were awarded Miss Jane»Clark for whist; Mrs. S. W. Parsons for 500; and Mrs. Thomas Bohi for pedro. 8t Cece- lia Guild, which put on the party, will realize about $80 from the event. The regular monthly business meet- ing and social of the W. C T. U. was, held at the home of Mrs. V. C. Wood Friday afternoon, November 22. The president, Mrs. E. L. Sheldon, presid- ing. After the business session the following program was given: Read* ing—Recommendations of the State W. C. T. U. president, Mrs. V, C. Wood, Public Nuisances, Mrs. Tonkin, Legis- lation, Mrs. Jennie Searl, Call to serve, Mrs. Jessie Lewis.. Rosemary Woodard, Infant daugh- ter of Hugh and Glady Glazier Wood- ard, died at the home of her parents, in Barnes Corners at 10 o'clock Satur- day night, death being due to pneu- monia. The child had been til but a few days. She was born tn Barnes Cor- ners in August 1829. Surviving are her parents and a sister, three years old. Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday at 2 o'clock, with inter- ment in Barnes Corners cemetery. A public investiture service was held in I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening, the> opening address being given by Earl Hartley, Noble Grand of Copenha- gen Lodge, I. O. O. F., followed by re- marks by E. M. Blanchard, scout counsel of the Jefferson-Lewis district The charter for the local troop of Boy Scouts was presented, being accepted by Fred E. Hartley, chairman of the local troop committee. A candle light service was presented by the Boy Scouts of the Jefferson County Farm School. The local scouts received their commissions as tenderfoot scouts, be- ing presented by Fred E. Hartley, and the badges were presented by Rev. T. M. Bond, scout master. The boys re- ceiving certificates were: Jerome Da- toush, Carlton Woolschlager, Darwin Hulbert, Albert Miles, Leslie Smith, Charles Bon], Earl Jones and Lyman Sheldon. The regular meeting of Copenhagen Grange was held in Grange hall Sat- urday. Four candidates were balloted for and accepted. Mrs* John Bosh art was appointed a delegate to Pomona Grange to be held in Lowville Decem- ber 5. It was reported that the fair and. supper held by the grange last week netted the society $111.34. The literary program consisted of a song, \In The Garden,\ L. G. Harris; Dean Whlttemore of St. Lawrence Agricul- tural College was introduced and gave an excellent address, speaking of Father Kellers work In organizing the order and of its strong and steady growth. He drew. comparisons be- tween national Industries and agricul- ture, showing agriculture far in the lead. Grangers are being asked to work for forestry, good roads, and fire fighting' facilities for farmers; song, Eunice Webb and Helen Bos- hart; reading by {Mrs. Minnie Wilkln- aon. Pie and cheese were served. The next meeting will be held December 14, and -will be m honor of Qlixer-Kttd^ son Kelley the. organizer of the Grange. A new picture of Father Kel- ley will be hung in the hall at this meeting. NEW BOSTON CMargaret Maher Burns, Correspod't) Mrs. Ida Chamberlain* of Copenha- gen, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Maher and family. Miss Agnes Maher is spending some time In Clayton, caring for Mrs. Paul Hessler and infant daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Forbes and son Robert, of Rome were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Forbes and fam- ily. Mrs. J. Maher and son John, and (Mra J. T. Htgman* visited Mr. and Mrs. John Quinn and family, Clayton, recently. Plunging an the stock mfeurkeft with- out knowing your businteeo is about 91 dbngevous as gathering muahrooans without knowing your toadtftoote. BUSINESS CARDS, QEOBOE t Lowvllte, N. x™^ a* Law. Avenue, T. J. O'CONNOR, Special on life Insurance, Also write an lines of Fire and Automobile Insurance, « Shady Ave., LowvUle, N. Y.; Phone 80Tj7^ •.-.- • <2£ ^ ''&'.'•'£-\'/&•??*•'•&&£&*•&&$ ^^ .•,..-•:.. • •;•.•• •:/.... :.i . *?• ^ ' \\\\

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