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THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1923, ~ MICKIE SAYS- •* NO, >«V POR6 OOVASBBUv^ V4K MUT GtOttWA WUUT HO SECT , A RUFF AWCY06, ©JEM » MEft, M<VVAS. « «ve>uewtt» «\ FER. ' VUEfce VtfitfmatttS JEST IkO -<\ DEFEUO WO WSEV y> J «UW V LOCAL Items of News Pertaining to Cape Vincent and Vicinity. The Eagle would like to ask why it is that the Watertown Daily Times persists in advertising the dates of the-' Cape Vincent fair as Aug. 29- Sept. 1? The big exhibition is to be held September 11, 12, 13 and 14. —^Slaughter the flies. —Next Monday is Labor Day. —.Water rents will be due on Sat- urday of this week. —(Sheldon Bros, have a full line of school supplies*—Adv. —We ought to have some August weather i n September this year. —Get something ready to exhibit at the big Cape Vincent fair week after next. —(Mrs. J. C. Gregor and daughter, Miss Katherine, paid a visit to Clay- ton Sunday. —A large advertisement for the Oaipe Vincent fair is printed on the last page oi this issue, —Edward Augustus, of Watertoiwn, was a week end guest of relatives in this village and vicinity. —Six hours to live—-what would you do? See \The Sin Flood\ at the Strand Theater September 5.—Adv. , —'Mr. and. Mcs- Guy: LaKoek and. son, Roy, of Massena, were week end visitors in the family of E. P. Gar- lach. —The Misses -Blanche, Anna and Helen Stoddard, of Watertown, were Sunday guests in the family of Alfred Pluche. —If you need anything in the har- ness line the place to buy is at Daley's His stock is complete and his prices are low.—Adv. —'A prominent clergyman says the Ten Commandments are incomplete, but they ought to be as easy to amend as the Constitution. —Mrs. Jiohn Dawson and son, of Toronto, and Miss Helen, Wright, of Kochester, are guests in the family of Dr. H. G. Dawson. —You can get just what you want in the confectionery line at F. G. Blum's. He has Huyler's and other leading brands.—Adv. —'Pulaski Democrat! There few things more embarrassing having your grocer drive up you are paying cash for your line. —School days again—you will need pads, pencils, note books, 'etc., and you will find no larger line or better assortment in town than at Pill- imore's.—Adv. —Mrs. Elizabeth Cummins and Robert Cumwnins, of Elizabeth, N. X, and Mrs; Catherine Barms, of Water- town, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J- Flynn. —If you owe us on subscription, job work or advertising it would please us if you would hand the amount in. We could use it in. our business just at present. —Mr. and Mrs. Frederick MoMul- len, of Auburn, and their son, Earl McMullen, of Rochester, are spending the week with the family of Thomas Grimshaw, in Point street. —On Wednesday evening of last week Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Sacket and Mrs. E. R'. deValin entertained thirty guests at a supper party at the Sacket home, in Broadway. —Will EOt be long before you will want heavy underwear. .Keep in mind the fact that Sheldon Bros, carry a complete stock of men's, boys' and children's underwear, and sell at low prices.—Adv. —Mr. and Mrs. Uel R. Piersall and two children, Catherine and Ralph, of Mount Vernon, N. Y., are visiting Mr. Piersall's sister, Mrs. Arthur Crabfb. •On Monday they motored to Niagara Falls, returning to-day (Wednesday). —ffltr. and Mrs. David Harris, son and daughter, of Rutherford, N. J., who have been visiting Mrs. E. T. iPerine. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Mapes, for the past week, re- turned home on Monday by the way of Albany and New York, are a than while yet —Judicious advertising never failed to pay the advertiser. —.The schools in the town of Cape Vincent will open on Tuesday, Sep- tember 4. —'Before you buy a pair of shoes or oxfords see the splendid • line at Sheldon Bros.—Adv. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fairand and son, Paul, spent the week end with relatives in Watertown. —The next regular coimimunication of Cape Vincent Lodge, No. 293, F. & A. M., will be held Monday evening, September 17. —*Kave you had a box of Mavis chocolates? Just received\ a fa'esh shipment. They are the finest on the market. G. E. Pillinore.—Adv. —(Miss Amelia Phillips has re- turned home from a visit-of several weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Dpwney, at Burrs Mills. —Miss Beatrice Breslin, of Wash- ington, D. C, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. Breslin, and sister, •Miss Evelyn Breslin. —Teas and coffees that will give satisfaction can be found at F. G. Blum's. Also complete line of up-to- date groceries.—Adv. —Mr. and Mrs. George Flower and son, Erwdn, and Mi\ and Mrs, L. A. Watkins, of Syracuse, were Sunday •guests in the family of James Strat- ford. —Mrs. Margaret Weaver atid Wil- bur Crisp, of Canastota, and Mr. and Mrs. John Elasi, of Syracuse, were week end guests in the family .of Jospeh C. Gregor. —Carthage Republican - Tribune: A man's idea of comfort when he gets •home is to shed his coat and collar, but the first thing a woman wants to do is get off her shoes. —Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Phinney aiid daughter, Miss Harriet, left Sat- urday for their home in Buffalo, after spending some time at their summer home, in upper Broadway. —The band of Media. Temple, Nobl- es of the Mystic Shrine, one of the finest musical organizations in the Northern New York, will furnish mu- sic at the Jefferson coxurty fair next week. —Mrs. W. H. Grant left last Sat- urday afternoon for Gananoque and on Monday left in company with, her sister, Mrs. Edwin Ellis, for Fresno, Cal., where she will visit for several weeks. —The Bushnell propei-ty, in James street, recently sold at foreclosure sale, was bid in by, W. J. Flynn, cashier of the'Citizens' Bank, of Cape Vincent. Mr. Flynn intends, to make some needed repairs to the house and barn. —A Montana editor claims to have seen this on a moss-igrown tombstone: \Here lies our wife, Samantha Proc- tor, who kScheda cold and wouldn't doctor. She couldn't stay, she had to go; praise Him from whom all bless- ings flow.\ —The Rev. and Mrs. Francis R. W'ade, of Newark, N. Y., were guests in the family of Dr.. E. M. Qrabb last week. Mr. Wade, a former pastor of the Presbyterian church, was here to attend the centennial celebration of that organization. —Bills will be issued this week an- nouncing the annual fair dances to be held at the Firemen's hall on Wed- nesday and Thursday evenings, Sep- tember 12 and 13, Music will be fur- nished by the \Jolly Five\' orchestra. Tickets, including tax, $1.00. (Danc- ing from 9 until -2. The public i s in- vited, —hi the Water town Standard of August 23 we find the following in the \Events of the Past ~jjcohimn, in which is chronicled items that appear- ed in that paper 25 yeans ago: \The 1 friends in this city of Sergeant A. J. •Briggs, of Company M, 71st Regi- ment, who is in the detention .camp at Montauk Point, sent by express last night two large boxes heavily packed with nearly everything a half starved and fever worn soldier could wish.\ Mr. Briggs is an old Cape Vincent boy, and now holds the posi- tion of ticket agent for the New York Central at Watertown. EAGLE A WELCOME VISITOR. Austin L._ Rogers, president of the Rogers Bros. Seed company, of Al- pena, Mich., in renewing his subscrip- tion to the Eagle writes as follows: \I have just returned from abroad, and observe that the subscription to my Eagle expired during my absence. Thanks to you for continuing to send it. I am enclosing you my check which will insure it not to 'happen next year. Last fall when I went abroad several Eagles did not reach me. This time I left orders to hold them all for my return, as I do not wish to miss a single one of them as they are all welcome visitors.\ Thank you, Mr. Rogers. Your kind words are surely appreciated. —The Odd Fellows will' hold a regular session Friday evening. —If you have visitors please fur- nish us with their names for puibli-. cation. —Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, of Watertoiwn, spent Sunday with Miss Edith Doyle. —Mrs. Milton Drake, of Watertown, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cross on Monday —Underwear and hosiery for men, women and children—(big stock at-F. G. Blum's.—Adv. —Remember the big Cape Vincent fair—Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sep\tember 11, 12, 13 and 14. —It seems that no one has had time to figure out how many pedes- trians can be run over to the gallon of gasoline. —The screen reaches its greatest development in Gdldwyn's \The Sin Flood.\ At the Strand Theater Sep- tember 5.—Adv. —If you intend to go after that big muscalonge you want a good out- fit. Yon can .get it at Sheldon Bros, for a little money.—Adv. —The Jefferson county fair opens at Watertoiwn next Tuesday. Cape Vincent people, as a rule, are good patrons of the county exhibition. —(Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Merritt, of Watertown, and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Skinner, of Brownville, were recent guests in the family of Captain John Joyner. - . —Kingston Whig: We are yet a •long way from the millennium while people continue to occupy the back seats at church and the front seats at a leg show. —-Wellington Burdick, who has been spending several weeks at Ed- more, Mich., has returned t o his home' in this village. He expects to enter St. John's Military School, at Manlius this fall. . —The many friends of Miss Aileen Fitzgerald will be pleased to learn that she is rapidly recovering from the injuries received in an automobile accident several weeks ago. She is now able -to be out in a wheel chair. —Mr. and Mrs. Will Ceekler and family and Miss Ceekler, of Harrison, N. J., who have been guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doc- teur, and other relatives in this lo- cality, have returned to their home. —Lester Crabb and family, who have been spending several weeks in this village with relatives, have re- turned to their home in New York. On the trip they visited at Ellenburg and Plattsbur.g, N. Y., and Middle- bury, Vt. 3/ —•Miss Abigail M. Hilts, and M. A. Kingsley, both of Syracuse, were week end guests at the summer home of Mrs. Lena Miller, at Thousand Is- land Park. Mr. Kingsley is presi- dent of the Phoenix Shops, Inc., of Syracuse. —It is reported that E. W. Coon, one of the largest cheese dealers in this county, has sold a number of his plants in this vicinity to the Dairy- men's League Co-operative Associa- tion. We are unable to aseei-tain what plants have been disposed of, but we understand Mr. Coon has re- served the local plant. —Miss Carrie Hilts has returned to •her home in New York, after spend- ing a couple of weeks in this village, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Killborn. Miss Hilts, who is connec- ted with the Washington Square M. E. church in New York city, gave a very interesting talk at the local M. E. church Sunday evening on church activities in the Metropolis. —Following is the program to be rendered at the regular session of the Gape Vincent grange on Saturday of this week: Every granger has a program, what is it? We can help one another. Readings, Miss Alice Van Schaiek and Mrs. Amos Fav-ret. Song, Gilbert Chapman. The meet- ing will be held in the evening, and all members are requestd to be pres- ent. —Miss Frances Buckley, of New York, who is spending her vacation with her sister, Mrs. H. G. Dawson, spoke at the regular session of the Baptist Sunday school, at Three Mile Bay, last Sunday. Miss Buckley is associated with the Near East Relief Association and has seen much active service among the refugees abroad. Her talks brough out many facts in regard to the needs of the people of 'Armenia. TAKE NOTICE. Water rents for the use of outside faucets are now due and must be paid to the village treasurer, F. G. Blum, at once to avoid additional charge for use of same. Board of Water Commissioners. POR SALE. Carleton' Villa, Carleton Is- land, Cape Vincent, N. Y. This-large and well constructed stone and frame building, with com- modious grounds and having an un- obstructed outlook into the St. Law- rence River at its opening from Lake Ontario, can be secured at a bargain to a prompt purchaser. Best fishing location in river and especially desir- able for the location of a small select club. Also the Carleton Island Farm of 235 acres, with modern buildings and equipment. Reasonable terms of payment will be submitted to our clients. Inquire of Cross & Cross, Attorneys for Owners, 73r75 Utiga City National Bank Building, Utica, New York. Rosiere Picnic. Labor Day, Monday, September 3, is the date of the big Rosiere picnic, which will be held at the church grounds, two minutes walk from the railroad station. Dinners from 11:00 suppers from 4:00. Tickets, admit- ting to grounds and dinner may be purchased at fifty cents at Mr. T. J. Daley's store. At the picnic grounds admission will be 25 cents and dinner fifty cents. Big K. of C. bazaar Tuesday evening, September 4, at the new club house.—Adv. —You cah'\now pay that corpora- tion tax at five per cent. —Miss Cora M. Wiley is visiting relatives and'friends in Watertown. —September comes in on Saturday. The month will have five Saturdays and Sundays. —Lansing Vincent was a recent guest of Eugene L. Crabb at the home of Dr. Crabb, in James street. —Mi', and Mrs. Allen Davis, pf Utica, have been spending a few days with Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. Lydi'a Davis. —Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Eltimg and son, Raymond, of Watertown, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bobbins and family. —J. John Stellman and J. H. Reece, of Niagara Falls, have been guests in the family of Thomas Connolly, at Fox Creek, for the past week. —Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peacock and children, of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. John Fitzgerald, of Watertown, were recent guests of relatives here. —Mrs,, R. P. Stahler and little daughter, Mary Frances, and Mrs. Spencer, of .Syracuse, were. Sunday guests of Miss Aileen Fitzgerald. —.Born, in Warren, Ohio, August 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pluche, a. son. -Mr. Pluche is\The son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pluche, of this vil- —Mrs. Charles Mitchell and two Children, of Oswego, were recent guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bush-. nell at their- summer home, east of this village. -—Clarence Londraville and family, of Watertown, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Londraville's ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Davis, and other relatives in this village. —If that youngster of yours needs a new suit when h e starts school next Tuesday you had better bring him around to our store and let us fit him out. Sheldon Bros.—Adv. —At the third annual reunion of the Grapotte family, held at the low- er state park on Thursday of last week, John H. Grapotte, of this vil- lage, was elected president. —Mrs. W. A, Kelly, John Porter and daughter, Mrs. Leon Fear, of Lowville, and James P. Buckley, of Albany, motored to the Cape recently and called on relatives and friends. —Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Wiley and children have returned to their home in Ridgewood, N. J., after spending several weeks with Mr. Wiley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wiley. —Owing to a mishap in the plant at Carthage we were unable to get our Butterscotch ice cream for last Sunday, but we will have it without a doubt this Sunday. (Come in and try it. .G. E. Pillinore.—Adv. —Don't loaf on the streets and tell strangers that the town is dead. It is not. The trouble is not that of a dead town, but that of dead energies of too many of its people. Show that you are alive by moving lively. —Mrs. Ward Dunning is in the House of the Good Samaritan, Water- town, where she underwent an opera/ tion this ((Wednesday) mpriving for the removal of tonsils. iDrs. Mc- Askill and Gregor performed the op- eration. —Mr. and Mrs. Victor Louth, Mrs. Mary Gilmore, Harland Fleury and Edward Labell, of Watertown, and Nelson Mance and daughter, Louise, of this village, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson, Wilson Settlement. —<R. P. Garlach has returned from Utica, where he spent last week in the factory of the Foamit-sChild's Corporation. Mr. Garlach has the agency in this county for the Foamite- Ohild's products. An advertisement for these goods appears in this issue of the Eagle. Read it. —Massena Obserwer: Sometimes we hear people complain bitterly over conditions that prevail in this coun- try. But complaining is all that a majority of .them ever do. (Condi- tions are just what we make them, or allow them to be made. Complain- ing does no good, because no atten- tion is paid to it. Action would do good, because action produces results. People who are unwilling to act should not complain. - UEA.WE YOUR .ORDER FOR EN- GRAVED CALLING CARDS. M. E. CHURCH NOTICES. Midweek Hour of Prayer, in the church parlor, Wednesday evening at 7:30. Sunday Services. 11:00 A. M.—Morning Sermon. 12:00 M.—Bible School. 7:30 P. M.—\Evening Sermon. Rev. E. Pratt, Bastor. Eyes Scientifically Examined, Prescriptions Filled, Glasses Designed, Made, Fitted and Repaired. Geo. f . Hill OPTOMETBIST and OPTICIAN OTIS BVIIiDINe Watertown, Sew York F1KST PRESBYTERIAN GHUKCtt Key. A. T. Cort, Pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday even- ing at 7:30. Sunday Services. Morning Service at 11:00 A. M, Sunday school at 12:05 Christfoui Endeavor at 6:30. Evening Service at 7:80. —Summer visitors have commenced to leave the river. —Read the advertisement of the Jefferson county fair in this issue. —Mrs, Thomas Masson and son, Selter, of Watertown, spent Sunday •with relatives here. —Remember, Daley can sell you a, trunk, suitcase or traveling bag for a little money.—Adv. —iMiss Iora Fitzgerald, of Water- town, visited in the family of M. G. Fitzgerald recently. —Miss Ann Steinhilber, of Dolge- ville, is the guest of Miss Francis Pond, at Fox Creek. —Miss Marjorie Flake returned home last week from a visit of sev- eral weeks, with her aunt, Mrs. N- D. Tex-rill. —Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ferguson and .Mrs. 'Manning Crosby, of 'Oneida, spent the week end with Mrs. Emma Newman. —A .monster tidal wave that swept clean the souls of sinners. See \The Sin Flood\ at the Strand Theater September 5.—Adv. —Governor Lowden, of Illinois, will speak at the Jefferson county fair, Watertown, on Tuesday after- noon of next week, August 4. —Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Ryder and' Mrs. Diantha Crabb and her grand- son, Elton Crabb, all of Watertown, were recent guests of Dr. E..M. Crabb. -^Everything in the'line of school supplies can be found at F. G. Blum's. Also white lead and oil and a com- plete line of painters' supplies. (Get prices.-—Adv. —.William Florence and family,\ of PHoenix, Oswego county, motored to the Cape Saturday and spent the. week end with relatives and friends in this locality. —The Misses Eva Bishop and Doris. Bluwumer, of Canton, Mildred Will- ougbjby, Dorothea Merchant, Winnie Wiley and Gladys Roadhouse spent last week at the Farr cottage, on the liver shore east of this village. —(Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Boll and son, Donald, of Syracuse, are visiting rela- tives at Fox Creek, Point Peninsula, Cape'Vincent and Watertowh. They •made a motor trip through Canada and the Thousand Island region. —Fred Watkins, of Detroit, Mich., has been spending the past few days with relatives and friends in this lo- cality. Mv. Watkins has been away from the Cape for thirteen yeans. He says that the town has improved wonderfully in that time. —The last of the weekly dances that have been given\ by the Cape Vincent Yacht Club during the sum- mer will be held at the club housej foot of James street, on Saturday evening of this week, This will end the social functions of the chub for the season. —Mr. and Mrs. Ray Murphy and son, Raymond, James ICeffe and the Misses Lucy and Helen Nolan, of Syracuse, returned home Monday; after spending some time with the Misses Nathalie and Ruth Gibson. —Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Applagate, of Philadelphia, Pa,, who have been .making a trip through the Thousand Islands, were recent guests in the family of C. A. Jerome. —School will reopen within a few days, and if the boys and girls of Cape Vincent who have- had a good vacation could only realize how much help they will get later from what they are doing now they would hard- ly care whether they ever had a va- cation. The time one realizes the value of a good education is in after years when the opportunity to acquire a bit of knowledge is not as easily available. Then, too, there is no time in one's life that offers as much in every way as the school-day period. , Jr. With some people gossip is their only pastime. In the army of the Lord there are no draft recruits. FISHING TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO. The following dated, August 23, 1398, is taken from the \Looking Backward\ column in the Watertown Daily Times: •Saturday morning F. W. Sacket, of Cape Vincent, broke the record catch- ing fish. In two hours he was ashore with two muscalonge weighing .64 pounds. The first one he caught weighed 24 pounds. As he had been out only a short time and met with such success, he decided to stay a little while longer, and in a few min- utes he was soon fighting with an- other. This one weighed 40 pounds and measured four feet, six inches in length. The fish were hung in J. C. Gregor's store at Cape Vincent dur- ing the afternoon. The fish were sent to Mr. Sacket's friends on the Brooklyn. One was named Cervera, the other Blanco. A card was at- tache'd which said: \-Both captured by the Americans.\ •<.<.f«,»»4..H..|.'|:.|\r.|..I\h'H\t-*-H-4\»t Dr.PhflipE.Rossiter I Office and Iteeidenc* J Gonatanco House, James St. X OfileeHour»-7toi), ltoB, 6to8 X CAPE VINCENT, S. Tl, * Telephone Connection J •••I 1 'M\I\M\I\M\H'*»********** FOR SALE. One 6 foot Floor Show Case, one 200 Account Superior Register with money drawer. The above articles are in perfect condition. Ji. P. Garlach, Cape Vincent. It is not always best to bank on ;first impressions, - One of the greatest assets in any business is courtesy. Being loyal to your home town is one kind of patriotism, ^Healthy brains have never yet been -known to cause swelled heads. Somehow we are slow to see. the limp in the rich man's moral walk. Usually the office seeks the man with the man's influence and—money. Most of us shrink from the hard luck story, come from where it may. A lot of people \get up in the air\ without the aid of a flying machine. Be quite sure that what you imi- tate is worth your effort in that line. It is what we fail to understand that makes us doubt the Lord's good- ness. Lots and lots of times good cheer is better than the doctor's visit and medicine. We may .all be called enemies of the devil, but how many of us prove it? There is but little community good derived from the mail-order- transac- tion. Before we demand the price we ought to be able to demonstrate our worth. Regard thoroughly all sides of the question before you render a final decision. . You may have the going quality, but it is also a good plan to have the staying one. The watered stock Christian is always long in prayer, but short in actual service. Selfishness, many times, has a way of making us successfully dodge a friend in need. Neither business success not social standing was ever obtained by defy- ing public opinion. Some writer has said that there are more fools than dishonest men, but there are too many in both classes It is usually the man who has no money of his own that knows just how to make and save it for other people. In life's race be extremely careful not to enter classes where the chances are many to one that you will be distanced. There are men right here in Cape Vincent who seem to forget the fact that their wives and themselves are in partnership. It is a good plan to take with several grains of allowance the story that reaches you after going through three or four mouths. If you attempt to use your friends always for pecuniary advantage the chances are more than even that you will be a friend looser. Uncle Philander, Jr. SALARIES OF TEACHERS TO BE INCREASED Teachers in the public schools of the state will receive an increase in their salaries for the coming school year through an interpretation at Chapter 351 of the laws of 1923 in relation to the salaries in the state, which took effect on the first day of the present month. .The increase which thus effects the school in this village also effects all union free schools, and city school districts having a population of less than 150,000. The increase is obliga- tory on the part of school authorities, and must be paid to all teachers who have served one year in the .school in which they are to teach during the school year 1923-1924. Reduced Prices on Silvertown Tires 30x31-2 30x8 3Qx31-2 30x3.85 31x4: 32x4: 33x4 33x41-2 Fabric Fabric Oord Cord Cord Cord Oord Oord £101.47 8.63 13.05 13.J3KS 22.50 35.85 26.70 34.75 We do all kinds of repair work on short notice and at reasonable prices. Agency Studebaker and Chevrolet Leon L. Peo Garage Co. Phone 2452 Cape Vincent i>iiju.UMi]l,i||i!Jjwpspi Strand Theater CAPE VINCENT. WednesdayEve.,SEPT.5 ii Goldwyn Presents The Sin Flood ii A drama that strips the mask from human nature. A picture that lays bare hyprocrisy, jealousy and selfishness! A story that points out the_ glowing hope of mankind—love for one's fol- lowman! A great message\ for all who have eyes to see! Money deposited in this Bank on or before Wednesday, Septem- ber 5th, wiH draw in- terest from September 1st at the rate of 4 Per Cent. The Citizens 7 Bank of Cape Vincent C. C. COOKE President F. L BURDICK, 1st Vice-Pre» J. K. KILBOEN, 2nd Vice-Pres T. C KILLEEN, 3rd Vice-Prea W. J. FLYNN, Cashier D. V. SBBBEE, Asst. Gashier r q^j,jai!iatsa^iMyr.;i'x..i;i,jc'if: Do Not Drive Your Car unless you have Proper Insurance Protection. A policy in some good feomp&ny, at reasonable rates, will fortify you if an accident oocurs. Gape VHiGfiHt Underwriters' Corporation Cape Vincent, N. Y. 3BBBE aesmmS ^l^'^m 5r»i 'Vfefh, Deering Grain Binders We have them ready to set up. Also Deering Binder Twine Lehigh Portland Cement McHenrfMUlhouse Roofing and Shingles W. H. GRANT CO, Inc. CAPE VINCENT, N. Y 1..1U.HP vn^nfrafnnm (( Ged Ap, Napoleon A 2-Reel Comedy ft 8 Big Reels In All Foamite-Childs Corporation. Consolidation of the Foamite Firef oam Company and O. G. Childs Co., Inc., Utica, N. Y. iFire Protection Engineers * and Manufacturers. 13 \ Fire Gun*. 0 For Automobiles, Motor Boats and Electrical. Child's Extinguisher. A 2 1-2 Gal. Fira Extinguisher-for ordinary use. Foamite. A 21 2 Gal. Fire Extinguisher for use around oil and greases, etc. AH Weather (Non Freezing) A 2 1 2 Gal. Fire Extinguisher for use in places unheated as cold storages, freight houses, etc. The Only Anti-Freezing Underwriters Label. Chemical Engines, Fire Pails, Sprinkling Systems, etc. from 3 gal. to 6,000 gal. of FIEEFOAM. Recharges. For all sizes of Hand Extinguishers carried in stock. No charge for filling. Special Note. If you have a Fire Extinguisher remember they should be refilled each year to insure proper working conditions. Prices and Information t« Consumers and Dealers. Agents Wanted for Exelusivs Rights in Jeffersen Co. R. P. Garlach, Sales Agent Cape Vincent, N. Y. Bead the reduced rates on your insurance policy if you art protected with a FOAMITE-OHILDS Fire Extinguish**. TO OPEBATE, TUBN UPSIDE DOWN. All prices F. O. B-, UTIOA, N. Y.

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