THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920. r!!\T7!ZtT''\''''r\\'--*,'\'\\'•''' 'I.I:.',*\ -\ '\.'\T'T -°? MCKIE §AYS BO'SS OU^VN^NS^eSSVNOVtfH] OF WOMEWSAUO- >SW>.C.S.C> X <3r\T Items of News Pertaining! to Cape Vincent and \'Vicinity. What's the Use? What's the use oj getting \blue When there's nothing ailing you, When your appetite's 0. K. Arid you get three squares a day, When your job is cinched for fair, / And your pay is always there, And your family is easing, too, What's the use a-geting blue? . —Thanksgiving. ' —Attend church. —Remember the poor. —=-Use Eagle advertising. —Next Tuesday will see the tend oi November. —A. F. Keough spent last Satur- day'at Syracuse. —Books, papers and magazines at Newman's.—Adv. —Renee's Khama. Imported talcun powder -DeLux—at Spafford's.—AdvS —Joseph O'Neill will oarry the mai on Route No. 2 in the absence 01 Win. Wiley. —Hear the famous Suwanee Rivei Quartet at the Strand Theater Thurs clay evening. —For sale, cheap, good cutter ano 1 single harness. Inquire of Ernest - JRfrarcy.-rvA.dv ,.. .. —Have you seen Glenn's line, o, Christmas gifts? They are wortl looking over. His prices are ver> reasonable.—Adv. —A suit case would make a ver; suitable Christmas gift. See Daley hi has a big stock to select from. Call and let him quote prices.^Adv. —Think of Christmas presents, bui do not buy until F. G. Blum has^lii stock on exhibition. It will, be thf best ever shown in Cape Vincent. --Lost, near Rosiere, 32x4 G. J. tire and rim. Will the party witl' Ford that picked it up notify E. L. Barker, Route No. 1, Cape Vincent • —Help the American Legion b; buying a ticket to the concert to b( given by the Suwanee River Quartet afthe Strand Theater Thursday eve ning.. —The Suwanee River Quartet wil be heard at the Strand' Theater ii tins village, on Thursday evening this being the third number in the American Legion entertainment course. Admission, adults, 80c; chil- dren, 50c. Entertainment begins at 8:15. Thanksgiving at La Rendezvous. ' Eat your Thanksgiving dinner at La Rendezvous Restaurant. , Cream tomato soup, celery, olives, roast turkey, bread dressing, mashed tur- nips, mashed potatoes, baked squash,-! cranberry sauce; lettuce with may- onnaise dressing, pumpkin and mince pie, tea, coffee or cocoa, sweet cider nuts.—Adv. FOR SALE. Farm near Rosiere. Desirable lo- cation, large wood lot, etc. Inquire of Fred A. Grant.\ —Christmas next, —The Odd Fellows will .meet in regular session on Friday evening. , '; -^Watches and clocks—guaranteed to keep correct time^-at F, -G, Blum's i —For sale, cheap, pair light bpbs. inquire of Louis Doyle, Millens Bay. > —rThe Cape Vincent grajnge will eject new officers on Saturday aftefc-. noon, December <^ —Miss Adaline Joyher, of B^own- yille, is spending a few days relatives in this village.. —The Cape Vincent school Will close this (Wednesday) afternoon and remain 1 closed until Monday morning., —Mr. Farmer: Your horse should have a nice warm blanket. You can buy one for a little, money at Daley's. —Our local weather prophet, Fred Johnson, makes the statement that ice bridge will form early in J t anau- ary. —.Wash-lite makes washing easy. Cloths co&e out white, clean and sweet. Ten tablets 15c. At. Spaf- ford's.—Adv.. —Cigars, tobacco, cigarettes and the best stock of pipes ever shown in Cape Vincent can be found at Sheldon's.—Adv. —A. <X- Gardner is now the local representative for the Jefferson Se- ,curitie1T - Gorplfration7 of Watertown, See advertisement in this issue. —3Mr. and Mrs. Peter -Sederick, of Gouverneur, were rece'nt guests, of their daughter, Mrs. John Mussot, and other relatives in this village. —If you want bar-gains irt shoes, rubbers, overshoes, shirts* socks, sweater?, etc., call at John McGow- an's. Everything being sold at great reductions.—Adv. --Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. HaTt. who- have .been spending the summer at their home; Green Shutters, in Point street, left Monday for New York city, where they will spendjthe winter. —A force of men in charge of Robert C. Lusky of the local fish, hatchery are engaged in collecting- spawn at South Bay, Ont. The new government boat, Curlew, is being used for the -first time on this trip,. —On Tuesday morning of this week, at the Holy - Family church, Watertown, occurred the marriage of-; Miss Doris Herrick, daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herrick, of Fox Creek, to Andrew Anthony Kenny. The many friends of the bride in this locality will extend hearty congratu- lations. ' —There is something .about Christ- mas giving—-the thinking about oth- ers, and what v they like—that \warms the heart and makes one feel cheerful and happy and busy. That is, if the giving is done in the right way; nfit by bestowing useless trifles that goon degenerate into \clutter just for •the sake of giving something, .nor gifts »so expensive that you begrudge them, because handsome ones have been or may be givejn to you. Give something you believe is' needed or desired by the recipient. By doing this you display the real Christmas spirit. i \\ \ ' ,—Practice coal economy. • —Take a look at the nice warm blankets F. G. Blum is selling.—Adv. —Mr. and Mrs, F. W. Sacket re- turned Monday. evening from a visit to. Syracuse, •^--Henefe's- I^poitcjl DeLux talcum fttnis^-^diffeyeoti' odors. At? •Spaf* —If y^u\ want s'trictly' high-grade canned and : bottled goods Tiuy at E. with jr** jSttm's'.-Mdv. -—The b,6ard of supervisors hope fo finish-the work of the annual session bsfore'-'Ghristmas. . i-the Rev. -R. (VDuford left Mon- •day morning for Albany, where he will spend a v few days. - —A full line of \Keith's\ gift box- es of writing papers that always please at.Glenn's.—Adv. —Kingston Whig: When a man-| finds a quart in these dry times he never puts off until to-morrow what he can take to-day. —Camden Advance-Journal: Girls, when you doll up, be careful not to Smile as it lights up your face and\ might set <off the powder. ' —'Carthage Republican: The people who oljer thanks 'on* Thanksgiving Day are npt; as; 1 numerous as they should be> hut -they'll, remember the Lord all; right when they get sick. —Already thev forarmed are be- gining to think' of JSie„-holidays', and; are getting i-ea'dy to purchase Christ- mas gifts. It is but a little more than a month before the universal gfift-giving holiday will arrive. Se^ lectiiig the gifts, to get what is most appropriate and still within one's means is a familiar task, which is made easier by reading the advertis- ing in the Eagle. —The Holbrook (Arizono) Tribune •of November 12, prints an account of, the Klatawa Oil company, which is soon to commence drilling jCtells in that section. The article mentions David L. Mohtonna, son of Mr. and Mrs. t W. E. Montonna, of Tibbits- Point light station, as being_ connec-' ted with the company. Mr. Monton- na, who has been residing at Lps Angeles, Cat, for some time past, Is now at Holbrook making , arrange- ments for the drilling of wells on the property owned by the company. His many friends in this village hope that he may be successful in ( his new ven- ture. •- \ / f\ i hanksgivjing. Silverware and Cut Glass For That Big-Dinner ! We have good stock and Special LOW Prices, our Have also just restocked JEWELRY CASES with Gift Jewcley for CHRISTMAS. Prices are veryi| reasonable. Wiley-O'Neill Wedding. The marriage of Miss Helen Eliza- beth O'Neill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John O'Neill to William O. Wiley son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wiley, took place at eight o'clock this (Wed- nesday) morning at St. Vincent de Paul's church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Joseph L. Tierney, of Rosiere, (in the absence of the Rev. R. 0. Duford, who was called to Albany Monday), in the presence of the immediate relatives and a large number of friends of the contracting parties. The bride, who was becomingly at- tired in a suit of brown silvertone, with velvet hat to match, and black fox furs, was attended by Miss Cora M. E. Wiley, a sister of the groom, who wore a suit of blue velvet and hat to match. Thomas O'Neill, a brother of the bride, acted as best man. Francis and Herman O'Nei\ acted as ushers. Following the oeremony a tempting- wedding Breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, west of this village, to the bridal party and a few intimate friends. The bride is one of Cape Vincent's chawni'ng young ladies and is held in high esteem by a large circle of ac- quaintances. The^groom, who holds the position of mail carrier on Route No. 2 out of this village, is well liked and popular young man. He is a veteran of- the late World War, hav- ing served with the A. E. F. in France. s The young couple left on a wed- ding trip which will include visits to New York and other cities. Upon their'return they will take up their residence in Mrs. Delia Gamble's house, in Kanady street. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley will join with the Eagle in ex- tending hearty congratulations. E. WOK'S HEW CHEESE PLiT STORAGE ROOM DESIGNED TO RESEMBLE HOLD OF AN OCEAN LINER. Under date of November 18, the Watertown correspondent of the.Sy- racuse PostrStandard writes as fol- lows: '\ . E. W. Coon & Cp., proprietors of a chain of cheese-, factories through Jefferson county, • are completing re- construction \ of a~ novel cold * stofage'l plant for cheese at Cape Vincent.! When finished the plant is : expected not only to afford a- completely equip- ped cold storage, but to impart to the cheese held there the same prop- erties derived from ah ocean voyage. .It is a fact well known to cheese merchants, , according to experts in thi^ triatter, that ' American cheese shipped abroad acquires an improved flavor from being packed in the hold of a. vessel. It is even said by cheese men attending the convention of the New York State Dairymen's associa- tion that American cheese has been given an ocean voyage' for its health, so to speak, and returned to meet the demands of American markets. It is understood that the same re- sults obtained from the trans-Atlan- tic shipments are hoped for through storage in the plant now under con- struction at Cape Vincent. The con- struction of the storage plant differs from that of many refrigerating systems. Large quantities of tile are being used in the walls of the building, which is to resemble as nearly as possible on land the hold of an ocean liner. The building being utilized in the work stands nearly opposite the Carleton hotel, at the east end of the' village, and has not been in use for some time, . E. W. Coon & Co. are among Northern New York's best known cheese merchants. They specialize in Yankee cheese>.and have establish- ed a .national reputation, shipping large, quantities to England. They also do an extensive business in Italian cheese. A REAL BARGAIN IN American China Sets Five beautiful pattenrs' 42 pieces to set. Price $12.98 Supply i on come early. these are limited, so JOSEPH 6. GREGOR M. E. CHURCH NOTICES. 7:30 P. M.-^Prayer meeting this Wednesday evening. Union Thanksgiving services will be held at the Methodist church Thursday evening 1 at.7:30. The Rev. Arthur T. Cort, pastor of Presbyter- ian church, will, preach the sermon, and as he leaves for England early in December, everyone will want to hear him. ' We regret that he is to go out of town and hope that his vacation may be pleasant. . - The ladies of the church will hold their Aid Society meeting Friday afternoon at three o'clock at the par- sonage. The day is changed from Thursday on account of Thanksgiv- ing. All are requested to be present Sunday Services. 11:00 A. M.r-^Mornirig Service. 12:00 M.—Sunday school. 7:00 P. M.—Evening Sermon- \ - ;Py, Eugene.cNjolsom. ifol\ ill Uu- harvest ended, *K-. . ,J live .\eai £ruws old, ;riiu^i'.^s uveriUivins, I'ull -as the bins can-hold, .. Peace and plenty surround us— - Each' has a bounteous share; Thanfts t<? the fertile farmlands, Opulence everywhere. thanks to the sturdy toller. Answering duty's call;, XhahKs, to ths-gracious Giver, ';,. Infinite T>rd'of**H. Brothers, once more united, , Bi'othera from far away,' Eachi \of us yet remembers •fhls^-our Thanlu^ivftijr Dax! (©, iiZO: \Western Newspaper Union.) -M3nly 36 more, days of 1920. —^Confectionery—in bulk and fancy bd2f.es at Sheldon's.—Adv. —Read the report of the Citizens' Batik in thisi issue of the Eagle. —Toilet articles of all kinds pan be found at F. G. Bhim's Adv, —Hagfe&'s Cordial?—the great/build er-up medicine.. At Spafford's.^-Ad. '—A large amount of' matter ap- propriate for Thanksgiving is printed in this issue, . ; -r-The condition of Fred G. Shafer, ; ill at his home in William street,, is somewhat improved. r —Losftj st>pieiKh.ere, in this village^ a very vlhiame-pearl earing. Reward. Finder-jglease leave at this office.. ' —Miss Nellie White has returned to her home' in this village , after spending 1 the past three weeks in Vernon- and Utica. —Mrs; Dominick Mason had the .misfortune to \fall in, the yard at her home in Lake street Monday, and re- serve injuries that are .quite painful. —Mi's.. E. R,-de Valin lef t Monday for Northampton, Mass., to spend Thanksgiving with her daughter, Miss Frances,- who is in Smith col- lege. ' , -. • —A large advertisement for the Hardiman-Wodlworth cpmpany ap- pears on the second page of this is- sue. Be sure and read it. -. The pri- ces quoted on furniture with a repu- tation are very reasonable. —Miss Frances Buckley has learn- ed that a- month after she left Mar-, ash, Turkey, the Turks obliged the Near 35ast Relief to vacate the Latin Catholic church that was being used for the Armenian refugees. They- have^ destroyed the steeple with the cross and i are using the beautiful grey stone church as a mosque. —According to reports made by toy manufacturers of the United Sta- tes $80j000,000 worth of American- made toys have been produced this year in this country. Santa Claus •will, therefore, have plenty of Am- erican-made toys to supply all of Uncle Sam's\ good boys and girls without, having to By a foreign flag becaus*e of the shortage of toys for domestic use, ^ne;,pfVbox paper and big * .supplies at Sheldon's. MRS. KATHERINE AMO, . Early' Saturday morning at her hqme in the eastern portion -of the : /illage, occurred the death of Mrs. Katherine Amo, after an illness of about two weeks. Mrs. Amo, who was 77 years of age, was born in Caitada, hut had made her home ~ha this village for a good many years. She had the re- spect and esteem of a large number of acquaintances', all of whom will sympathize with the family in its .be- reavement. She is survived by four sons, John Tracy, of Brownville, Joseph, Charles and Alfred Amo, of this village, and'| three daughters, Mrs. John Ferguson and Mrs. Lloyd Warren, of this vil- lage, and Mrs. Tillie DeJourdan, of Watertown; also two brothers, John and James McLenna, of Gananoque, Ont., and a sister, Mrs. Mary Gil- more, of Watertown. The funeral was held from St. Vin- cent de,Paul's church Monday morn- ing at nine o'clock, the Rev. R. O. Duford officiating. The remains were placed in Riverside cemetery vault. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CAPE VINCENT. Wednesday evening service at 7:30. ( Sunday, November 28. • 11:00 A. M.r—Morning Service. At this service a special offering townsmen. . ~^F4iij stock :o: -T-fligsijilfTrobacco and cigarettes— all the^lsajjjing' brands—at NewiVanV. —Cai'hfton N. Raclley, of Red Creek was tbJe^Week end guest of relatives and friends,'in this village. —Tea and coffee—^the kind that will give, -satisfaqtion—can\ be found at E. G;, v Blum's.—Adv. -^Ha^e you noticed that the oldr 'fashibnted man who could drink'or let ft alone',is now letting' it alone, —G, iH. GlenA - is showing a very nice linf' ofi'Hudnut's perfumes and toilet water's, - Call and see them. • V^-The-'.pext regular meeting >of Cape Vjnpent Lodge, F. & A. M.', will* be <he)d- \Monday evening, December 6. —Mi'SH Mary Favret has goiie ;r |o Watertown, where she wjll spend- the winter \vyith the family of John Hein- riclv ' .-f-M-iss : Margaret Boyle, a teacher in.theTpcal High school,, was called to Canton Friday by the illness of her father. \ .' —!Ehe trustees of the Presbyterian -church -, have purchased the JM. E. Bloclc house,- in James street. It will .undergo some needed repairs and be uged, as, a manse. —Onaccount'of disagreeable weath er, the-social ' dance given by St. John's-Men's Club basketball-team at the. Firgmen's hall last Friday even- ingtMas hot largely attended. =-MiCaiid Mrs. G. H. -Glenn, Mrs. L. A.\'J>octeui'j Mrs. Joseph Reff, Miss Emma Reft' and Walton Reff % tendexijfche funeral of Mrs. Lyman Canfi^liJ, at Carthage, last Sunday. —No. need to cough your head off any- more.- Get a bottle of Stearns* Improved Pine Honey and Tar Cough Remedy.' Guaranteed; instant relief or money back. At Spafford's.—Ad. —A Kansas man recently fined $10' and •g-iven 30 day in'jail for murder. It looks' like a light punishment for such a erime, but not having been ac- quainted\\ with the victim, we are-, of course,-not competent to judge, says an exchange. —Woi'd has been received that Neil CHsey.-son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Case'y.,'of Grand Rapid?, Mich., has reenlisfed in the U. S. Army for three years'/and will go to Germany to do guard duty. Young. Casey, who has been in'-California the past summer, will he: stationed at Fort\ Slocum,. N. Y., until ordered to go across. —Lake Ontario is 0.18 foot.lower nath lajst month, 1.06' feet lower than a year;'ago r 0-52 feet below the aver- age st^ge of October of the last ten years, 2,52- feet below the high'stake) of October, 1861, and 1.62 feet above the low? stage of October, 1895. Dur- ing the. last ten years the October le-tel h,iis-averaged 0.4 foot lower than in September and' .42 indies lower than the November level. ' iilSOHL ..IjPasseijI? A>%Si.;at t W? Jtpme .Sou% Deitk of Mrs. W. 8. Brewster At half, past ten o'clock Tuesday morning, at the family home in Broadway, occurred the death of Mrs. Wayne B. Brewster, at the age of 65 years. Mrs. Brewster had been in poor health for a long time, having suffered a couple ' of slight shocks within the past year. Mrs. Brewster, whose maiden name was Etta R. Stevens, was born in Madison county, but the greater por- tidn of her life had heen spent in Cape Vincent. She was a conscien- tious Christian woman, a member of the First Presbyterian church, of this village, and was beloved and respec- ted by all who knew her.- Besides her husband, -who, at this |-writing, is quite-ill, she is survived by two daughters, the Misses Marion and Marguerite Brewster, of this vil- lage,; also a brother, Roy Stevens, of Natural Bridge, a half-brother, La- Faystte Paige, of Fulton, and two .hali-sisters, Mrs. James Smith and Mrs* Harriet Van Schaie, of Fulton, all of whom have the sympathy of *lj i* their bereavement. Funeral arrangements ar incom- plete. will be\ taken for the One Million Dol lar Interchurch Debt. Sunday school at the close of the morning service. 7:00 P. M.—Evening Service. Continuation of the special service commemoi-ating the coming of the Pilgrim Fathers. \L'ecture-aiid stereo- bptican views. Thirty-seven .slides, nearly all colored, will be shown. wood East of This Village Early Tuesday Morning. Early Tuesday morning at Ills home, south-east of this village, oc- curred the death of Harrison L. Humphrey, one\ of Cape Vincent's oldest' and most highly honored citi- zens, following an illness due to the breaking down of J;he system and the ills incident to advanced age. Mr,..-Humphrey, who was 86 years of age, was bom in Amsterdam, Montgomery county, the son of John and Sarah (Wenban) Humphrey, and came to this town with his parents when a small boy, about 1840, ami settled on the land known as the Humphrey homestead. After his marriage to Justina, daughter of Al- bion ^and Demah (Butler) Davis, he took up his residence/on a farm on •Grenadier\ Island. Mrs. Humphrey died on the island in 1883. Several years ago-Mr. Humphrey moved from the island to a farm south-east of this village; his son, Charles H., residing with him. His was considered to be one of the most successful farmers in the town of Cape Vincent. He had been prominently connected with the affairs of this community and his death will be regretted by all. Mr. Humphrey ever bore the re- spect and high regard \of his fellow He was an honorable, CAPE VINCENT. Wanted. Men to solicit orders for fruit and ornamental trees, roses, shrubs, etc. Part or full time. Pay weekly. C. ... _. W. Stuart & Co., Newark, N. Y. stat<S j Cntsift, Rosiere, N. Y.~Adv, FARM FOR SALE. The farm of the late Alexander Crusot, located near the Burnt Rock SQhMl h«ttMj contains 85 acres with good wood\ lotr Inquire of Fred upright citizen, a good neighbor and a loyal friend, always ready to lend hjs support to every good cause. Besides a wide circle of friends to mourn his departure, he leaves one spn, Charles H- Humphrey, and one daughter, Mrs. Truman H? Moore, both of Cape Vincent; two hrothers, William Humphrey, of this village, and James Humphrey, of New York city. The funeral will be held from St. Uncle Philander, Jr. Time charity never-seeks space in a newspaper. —-\— „ Look out for the L.dhalual who has no good neighbors. A spasmodic,religion-is not the kind that counts' for helpfulness,. —°^- Temptation is good to yield to when, ybu are tempted to do right. E'o something besides pray for the poor on Thanksgiving. Give, v You; will always find som'e hard-to- reach'rounds in the ladder of success,, . One. kind word for the living out- weighs a storm, of tears for the dead. If you want the fibrd to listen there should be a meaning to your prayer. \•My friend, your life may be a sort of guide-bpard for others.* Is it fit for it?_ .' . . -_ ' • t ° Fashion,\ I have noticed, spends a good deal of time in the fool making business. , > - You and I sometimes question God, when, in reality, we should question ourselves.-. The man with kin'dness in his heart can be relied upon to get some .of-it into his words and acts. —c— Even if you are quite sure you are right, it -won't do a bit of harm to, take another look at the matter. ' , The tame'crow that is flying about the village is a, source of great an.- noyance . to ' some of our people. It doesn't take much to annoy some folks. Although statistics prove that mar- ried people live longer on the average than those who lead single lives, there does not seem to be any great hustle among the Cape Vincent bachelors to lengthen their time on earth. —o— I don't like to see 'children abused. There is no sense in whipping them for every litle indiscretion. There is a time to correct them, but let it be done, when it is necessary, in a way that does not require whips, sticks, etc., for that is abuse. If you wish to lessen the worries of the world, my friend, and scatter sun- shine as you go, pay your debts cheer-, fully and promptly. It lubricates the wheels of trade, breaks up party ice, gives tone .to the social system and liberates good will. Pay as you go. . 'Don't_vant and rave*and howl^about dyspepsia'on Thanksgiving Day, my friend. Don't allow the yellow- visaged ghost of billiousness to sit at the feast. Forggt your liver for the time being. Time enough for that to morrow, or next week. You have got all the rest of your lifetime to sulk about your stomach. Keep silent about it on Thanksgiving Day. There are many men who think the world was made for them. We have them here in Cape Vincent. They want the bes£ of everything and wish everyone to contribute to them the largest portion. They are always selfish and often stingy. \They care for nothing but what is of interest to themselves. I have an idea that when they enter the other world they will fiiUl 'it was not made for them -alone. |. 1 have observed that great endings often have small beginnings, and no one can tell just what effect a word or an action may have. A- word that you speak may cut far deeper than you have any. idea, of, or, let us-hope, it may have an untold influence for good. The gesture that you make may inspire someone who, sees you to better living. The' light that shines from your window may en- courage him. who beholds it to make another trial of life and to make it on different principles. The song that .you sing in the -dark may reach some heart that needs it and turn the course of life. Mere fancies, you say? No, I think not. I firmly be- lieve that you and I and. the rest of mankind are open to the influences arpund us, no matter how slight they may be. Uncle Philander, Jr. This Bank Will Start a and our advertisement next week will tell you all about it. The Citizens Bank of Cape Vincent Chit. C. Cooke, Pres., J. R. Kilborn, 2nd Vice-Pres. F. t. Burdick, 1st Vice-Pres. T. C. Killeen, Sec. and Treas. Wanted to buy:—Cut pulp from one car load up to 10,000 cords, delivered at the R. R. siding or in the woods. State quantity you have and John's Episcopal church Friday after- price, alsoSrfiether peeled or rough, noon at two o'clock, the Rev. Ernest Also how far from R.- R. siding. Gar- R. Ladbrook officiating. The body vey Lumber Company, 251-253 River body will be placed in Riverside cem- Street, Trqy, N. Y. . etery vault. Suits and Overcoats Made to your individual measure and guaranteed to fit, from 100 per cent all pure wool fabrics. Our Prices Are Reasonable > Come |In To-Day ^ Countryman Tailoring Co. Praoitcal Tailors Broadway : : Cap,e Vincent We do Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Wanted to buy:—Standing timber and pulp wood. From 1,000,000 to 30,000,000 feet. State how much you have and distance from railroad. Garvey Lumber Co., 251-253 River St., Troy, N. Y. | C. 1. LONBRAMU | 'I '\ Funeral Director ' % 1 Call's Answe'red Anywhere <| I Day or Night « | I AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT J % Hearse ai>d Asnbulanee '% T Prompt Service t |t I GAPE VINCENT, N. T. f r 3SEJGE The Eagle $1.50 a Year. Subscribe Building material and labor prices have gone up. Furniture and household supplies cost more. You may have had enough Fire Insurance a year or two ago. Have you enough now ? We are still writing Insurance at the same old pre-war rates. CORNAIRE & GARDNER Cape Vincent, N. Y. INSURANCE! Not How CHEAP But How GOOD. Consider It's Importance. We represent companies that are t|ie oldest in tire United States and the ki-gest in the world. D. V. SEEBER Agent for. Every Form of Insurance. Opposite Post-Office Cape Vincent, N. Y. The ildren love ^s~and ifs them. 8r# \V-WI Made under conditions of sfesolote cleanliness and brougfif to them in Wrigiey's sealed sanitary package. 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