THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1926, Items of News Pertaining to Cape Vincent and Vicinity. —Do you enjoy the band concerts ? —'For g health's sake be a fly killer. —August is the' muscalonge month.. —Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gosier spent the week end in Syracuse. —Wilfred Vreatt, of Detroit, is visiting relatives in this village. —John R. Pears, of Utiea, is , a guest in the family of Leon L. Peo. —Captain John C. Joyner returned Monday from a business trip to Os-. wego. —The Odd Fellows will meet in regular session on Friday evening of this week. —Cigars, tobacco, cigarettes and a complete line of pipes at Sheldon Bros.—Adv. —Bathing suits—a full line for men, women and children can be found' at F. G. Blum's.—Adv. —Kingston Standard; A self-made; man is usually one who selected a wife that made him work. —Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gilchriese, of Detroit, Mich.,, are visiting relatives •and friends in this village, —Mass Wiggens, of Rochester, and Miss Mary L. Dunning- spent Sunday: among the Thousand Islands, —John Chapman, of Three Mile Bay, was the guest of his brother, Gilbert Chapman, one day last week.' —Kathryn Fraley has been spend- ing a few days with the family of her uncle, William Fraley, at Rosiere. —Mrs. Lillian McFall, of Castor- land, is a guest in the family of Clifford Bailey, just east of this vil- lage. —For sale, the Graves house and lot, in William street, Cape Vincent. Inquire • of E. S. Graves, Three Mile Bay.—Adv. —Well, it didn't .rain last Thurs- day, St. Swithen's Day, so we can look for some nice weather for the next forty days. —Mr. and Mrs. Seth Waterman and children, Joseph and M^y, of Os- wego, were week end guests of Joseph Leininger and family. —For sale, house and lot in. Lake street. Lot contains about 2 acres of land. Inquire of William Mason,' Route 2, Cape Vincent.—Adv. —Mr. and Mrs. ICeriian and chil- dren, of Utica, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Millar, at \Breezy Corners,\ Carleton Island. —Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leininger and little daughter, June, of Roches- ter, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Stoel, at Millens Bay. —For sale, power boat; 22 feet Ions- Wiatentown 8-10 engine; equip- ped with chairs, cushions, sitove, tablet- etc. Inquire of Peter Garlach.—Adv. —For sale, Webster's New Inter- national Dictionary; latest edition; never been used; just the thing for a school. Inquire at this office.—Adv. —Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Culkin, son Ray, and daughter Kathleen Ann, of Rochester, are guests of the Misses Mae and Ella Strong, in Joseph street. —H. P. Reese, Post-office Inspector, of Utica, was in town Tuesday, check- ing up the distance of the routes covered by rural carriers, W. 0. Wiley and C. W. Kilborn. —Mr. and Mrs. William Florence and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leroy and family, of Oswego, spent the week end with Lewis Bourcy and family, at Wilson's Bay. —Mr. and Mrs. Neil Huff and son, Robert,and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Huff and daughter, Betty, of Watertown, were Sunday guests of the Huff family, at \Banner Hill,\ south-east of this village. —Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Drake, of St. Petersburg, Florida, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Drake were •former residents of this village, Mr. Drake being engaged in the hard- ware business here. —You will find aprons, candy, fancy and useful articles for sate, a fish pond for the children and a package basket for the grown-ups; also tea, Japanese way, will be served at the M. E. Garden Party Saturday evening, July 31.—Adv. Ti~~''\y\r;r.~^'\1-\\-'''-'~tT' —Band concert and block dance Thursday night. -—Miss Ruth Herrick, of Fox Creek, is- the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. f. Fraley. —Mrs. Roy Stanley is attending the summer session of the Normal school, •at Cortland. —A financial report, of the Fourth of July celebration is printed in this issue. You should read it. —Men's and boys' shoes and ox- foi-ds-^he most complete line in town at Sheldon Bros.—Adv.' —Many a man wiould refuse to go out with his wife if she wore the kind of gown he admires on other women. —The big bass and plenty of them are caught near Cape Vincent. Como' here if you Want fishing that is fish-. ing. —Mrs. Levi D. Millatrd spent the' week end with the family of her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Dillenbaek, at Chaumont. —Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gilchrist, of Watertown, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ellen Vincent and daughter, at Fox Creek. —You can get practically every- thing .you need for that picnic or shore dinner at F. G. Blum's. Call and see.—Adv. •—The ladies of St. Vincent de Paul's church, are ;b'usy with prepa^ra-. tions for the annual bazaar, to be held August 13 and 14. —The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. church will hold their annual Gar- den Party on C. B. Shaffer's lawn on Saturday evening* July 31.—Adv. —Mrs. Karl C. Eagley, of Erie, Pa., is the guest of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. John Fairburn, at the Episcopal rectory, in Market street. —The Misses Myrtle and Amanda Wilcox and DeEtta Northrop, <>f Three Mile Bay, were guests of Mjss Ruth Gibson a portion of last week. —The following real estate transfer was recently recorded in the county clerk's office, at Watertown: Emma Favret to Elizabeth Gregor, tract of land in Cape Vincent. —Coleman Hinckley is the new clerk at F. G. Blum's, When it comes to dispensing ice cream sodas and yther cooling drinks \Coney\ is right there with the goods. —Mrs. Carrie B. Collins, Spirella Corsetiere, of Chaumont, will be in Cape Vincent on Friday of this week. Anyone wanting to see her can leave word at the Eagle office.—-Adv. —Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cross are at-' tending\ the annual field day of the employes of the Northern New York Utilities, Inc., which is being held at Southwick Beach, Mexico Bay, to- day. —Mrs. H. S. Stoddard and daugh- ter, Miss Helen, Mrs. Belva Holmes and Walter Clarke, of Schenectady, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner, of Millens Bay, spent Sunday at Paul Smith's and Tupper Lake. —A Cape Vincent business many who is a close observer of conditions and events says the most fortunate farmer in America is the one who can look to a couple of husky sons for relief instead of to congress. —Orlo Pashley, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Pashley, of this village, has gone to Elizabeth, N. J., where he has secured a lucrative position in the re- search department of the United States Metals Refining company. —On Monday, August 2, at 12 o'clock noon, the village board >f Chawnont will receive sealed pro- posals for the purchase of three bonds of $1,000 each, and five bonds of $800 each. Said bonds are to be issued for the purpose of paying $7,000 for the purchase of fire fighting apparatus and equipment. A notice of the sale appears in this issue of the Eagle. —Ice cream—all flavors—and the leading soft drinks at Sheldon Bros. —Miss Clara Leininger has return- ed from a several days visit to Syra- cuse. —Keep the dates of the big Cape Vincent fair in mind—August -30 to September 2. —The premium list of the Cape Vincent fair will be ready for dis- tribution about August 1. —George Leininger, of, Syracuse, was a Sunday guest in- the family of his uncle, Joseph Leininger. —Miss Hilda Johnson, of Burnt: Rock, was the week end guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Rose Mullin. —The Rev. and Mrs. William Ger- son, of Turin, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Tanner. —Remember, the annual school meeting in district No. 10 will be held on Tuesday evening, August 3. —Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Bailey had' for their guests last Wednesday Mr. aiid Mrs.' William Byer, of Castor-' land. —Mrs. E. J. Brady-and daughter, Miss Helen, of Utica, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Brady,- in William street. —If you want anything-in the line of souvenirs you can find it at F. G. Blum's. He has a nice stock of this class of goods.—Adv. —Get yo'ur cleaning, pressing' and repairing done at the Davis Shop, in Market street. Prompt service and reasonable- prices.—-Adv. —Mrs. N. K. White, son and daugh- ter, of Troy, are occupying the Scobell homestead, in William street, for the balance of the summer. •> —The price paid for cheese on the Watertown Produce Exchange last Saturday was 20% cents, the same as was paid the week previous. —Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chapman and daughter, Leita, and Mr. Snyder, all of Lacona, were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Chapman. -—The Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church will hold a meet- ing at the home of Mrs. Georgiana. Best on Thursday afternoon at 2:30. —It is reported that under a new state law justices of the peace are given authority to sentence drivers who plead guilty to driving while intoxicated. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tollen and daughter, Jane, of Syracuse, were re- cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Londraville and Mrs. Rose Mullin, in Market street. —Robert Bennett, Jr., and family have returned to their home at Car- thage, after spending some time in this village with Mr. Bennett's par- ents and other relatives. —When driving your automobile do not forget to show proper considera- tion for \the other fellow.\ Go a bit further than simply observing the rules of the road. Courtesy means safety for everybody.' —If you know an item or a piece of news, tell us about it. That's what we want. But a newspaper man sometimes experiences more dif- ficulty in gathering, news than one would imagine. This was the case when a reporter in a neighboring town was sent to write up a fire in a residence. Going to the door, he in- quired for the lady of the house. The maid .said she was out. \Are any of •the family at home?\ inquired the scribe. \No they are all out,\ was the reply. \Well wasn't there a fire here last evening?\ \Yes said the hired girl, \but that's out, too.\ —.Give us the names of your visitors for publication. —<Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Craig, of Ot- tawa, Ont., are guests of Mrs. F. W. Sacket. —A number from this village took in the boat races at Alexandria Bay last Saturday. —The next meeting of the local Board of Trade will be held on Fri- day evening, August 13. —G. Lester Crabb and family, of- Woodhaven, N. • Y., have arrived at the Cape to spend the summer. —You can get choice dairy butter at F. G. Blum's. He alsci lias milk and Coon's snappy cheese;—Adv. —Mr. and Mrs. A. Huck are spend- ing a few days with relatives and friends at ^Watertown and Brownville. , —D-r. P. F. Dunning and Dr. C, L. Wilson, of Amsterdam, were week end •guests in the family of P. W. Dun- ning. —Mrs. Julia Fraley, of Clayton, and Mrs. William Fraley, of Rosiere, were recent guests in the family of Clarence Fraley, in Point street. —Ray, son of Mr, and Mrs. M. G. Fitzgerald, who had his collar bone broken while playing ball at South- wick Beach a. week ago Sunday is im- proving rapidly. —Mr. and Mrs. Allen N. -Gilbert and son,.James, of Port Henry, N. Y., are visiting Mrs. Gilbert's parents,, Mr. and Mrs. C W. KilboMi, and other relatives in. Cape Vincent. —Mrs. Henrietta Birtrand, Mrs. Albert Rogers and Mrs. Alfred O. Elmer, of Watertown,' visited\ their cousins, Mrs. Ellen Vincent and Miss Florentine Vincent, at Fox Creek last week Thursday. —When you go fishing you want a good outfit. Well, you can get such' an outfit at Sheldon Bros. They have •everything in that line—rods, reels, lines, hooks, sinkers, etc., and their prices are right.—Adv. —Three pieces of property in the town of Cape Vincent are listed in the tax sale conducted by County Treasurer B. S. Hayes,, at the Court house, in Watertown, on August 17. They are the John Breslin estate, a parcel of land containing about 14 acres, with tax and expenses of $11.42; parcel owned by James Bull, containing about one-quarter of an acre, tax and-expense $12.66; and N. Kellar estate, parcel containing one- half interest in about five-sixteenths of an acre, tax and expense $9.22. Chas. Allen Breaks Arm Cranking Car —0— Charles Allen, of the firm of Allen Bros., is at his home in James street, suffering from a broken arm. Mr. Allen, with a force of men was at Pulaski doing a job of pairiting, and at about four o'clock Saturday after- noon he went to the garage to get 'his car tp make the trip to the Cape. When he.cranked the' machine it jumped ahead pinning bis right arm against the wall and breaking it jusF; above the elbow. He was taken to the hospital in Watertown, where the fracture was reduced, and later he was brought to his home in this vil- lage. At this writing Mr. Allen is getting along as well as could be ex- pected under the circumstances. ,f OR SALE. Sixteen room house, in good con- dition; city water, bath room, electric lights and good cellar; also barn, nearly two acres of land and plenty of fruit. This home is situated on east Broadway, facing the beautiful St. Lawrence River. For further par- ticular inquire of Gilbert Chapman, Cape Vincent. Jacob Zimmerman Dies in Maryland Gilbert Chapman, of this village, received a telegram Tuesday morning announcing the death of Jacob Zim- merman, which occurred at his home at Hyattsville, Md., at four o'clock Monday afternoon. He had been in pGor health for some time. Mr. Zimmerman, who was 84 years of age, was born in the town of Cape Vincent, near Millens Bay, and re- sided in this town the greater portion of his life. About twenty-five years ago he moved to Alexandria, Va., where he resided until about a year ago, when he went to reside with his soil, John, at Hyattsville. Mr. Zim- merman was a veteran, of the Civil war, serving in Co. K. Tenth Heavy Artillery. He had a host of friends in Cape Vincent and vicinity who will regret to learn of his demise. Besides his widow, he is survived by three sons, John, Harry and Ernest, all of Hyattsville, and three grandsons and three granddaughters. As we go to press the funeral ar- rangements are incomplete. St. John's Lawn Fete Saturday 0 St. John's Guild will hold a Lawn Fete on the lawn of Mrs. G. S. Jones on Saturday afternoon and evening, July 24. Fancy articles, apron and handkerchief booths, food sale, home made candy, ice cream, popcorn, lemonade, flowers, country store, and fish pond. Every purchase of ten cents entitles you to one vote in the Baby contest. Three prizes given, which can be seen in F. G. Blum's store window. See the Doll in Pill- more's window. Free musical entertainment. Come and have a good time. —Miss lima Fitzgerald and Lewis Fitzgerald spent the week end' in Canton. —Our esteemed townsman, Gilbert Chapman, is in rather poor health just at present. —Mr. and,Mrs. Albert Qaa-lach have been spending the past few days with relatives in- Syracuse. —Theodore L. Cross and fiamily, of Utica, are occupying their pleasant summer home on Carleton Island. —Oil for all kinds of machinery at F. G. Blum's. Also paints', brushes and .&• full line of painters' supplies. ^-Mr: and Mrs-.'Seth Waterman and children, of Oswego, were Sunday guests'.of Joseph-Leininger and family —Miss Madeline Kraft, of Roches- ter, is spending the' week with the family of F: J.. Bourcy, in Pleasant Villey. .-•\ —Mrs. Thos.; W- Mills, of. Kingston, Ont., speBt' Saturday with her son, Rev. Johiv V. Mills, at the Manse, James street. —The .Misses. Kathleen O'Neill and Clare Cbhners, of Watertown, are guests in the family of William Wiley, in Market street. \•-The residence of the Rev. R, 0. Duf ord, -in Broadway, has 'been bright- ened up with a coat of paint. Morris Emery did the-work. —Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, of Buffalo, and daughter, Mrs. .B. Smith) of Niagarijt''-Falls* we're recent guests of Mrs: D.\ R. Simpson, —Leonard J. Gates left last week for New\ Liskeard, Ont., where he will act in the capacity of foreman for a large construction company. —Mr. and Mrs.^ James Bishop and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bishop and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Rima, at Adams last Sun- day. —Since the opening of the bass season,' June 16, the fishing at Cape Vincent has been exceptionally good. The fish are usually large, and the catches fine. —Born, at the Mercy hospital, Wa- tertown, July 16, to Mr. and Mirs. Bruce A. MacDonald, a daughter. Mr. MacDonald is a former resident of this village. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosier and Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cordwell and children, of Ogdensburg, have return- ed home, after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Bernhardt. —Major\ William N. Maloney re- turned Sunday morning from Carlisle Barracks, Carlisle, Pa., where he spent a fifteen-day training period with the reserve officers corps. —No need to go out of ,town for anything in the line of men's and boys' clothing. Our stock is complete, and we ask you to.make an inspection before you buy. Sheldon Bros.—Adv. —The surrogate's court of Jeffer- son county, in Watertown, will be closed during the month of August according to custom, but Judge Joseph Atwell has arrajiged to open it August. 17 for the transaction of such, busies as may accumulate 'during th« ffifa* part of the month -.&»,! vhieiff'j&tfnot wait until Septem- ber 1. \ • • ' ' Dry Goods Our stock is com- plete and prices reasonable. I We would like the ladies of Cape Vin- cent and vicinity to call and examine. MONTEITH and BLUM \Service That Serves\ Subscribe for the Eagle >5>«>$>3><8>^<SKS>«><SX3>«»3><S>^^ ROSIERE. Miss Elinor Gosierspent the week end with relatives in Watertown. Mrs. C. W. Knapp spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Dunlay, in Watertown. Mrs. Louella Gosder and grandson, Ned, of Cape Vincent, spent the week end here with friends. Mrs. Sadie Branche and Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Branche, of Watertown, were Sunday callers here. .' Dr. and Mrs. Emmett Dunlay and daughter, of Watertown, were visitors at H. W. Rainear's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Radley and daughter, of Alexandria Bay, spent Sunday with the family of N. L. Aubertine. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Fraley and Mr. and Mrs. B. Bates and daughter, Helen, of Watertown, spent Sunday with Raymond Constance and family. —Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dezengre- mel and son, Francis, of Watertown, and Sister Cora, of St. Patrick's Or- phanage, Watertown, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Rose Gosier and family. R. I. Mance Making Good In Tacoma The following letter to the Eagle from I. T. Cross, a native of Cape Vincent, but now in the State Soldiers Home, at Orting, Wash., concerning Ralph I. Mance, also a native son, will be interesting to many of our readers: \I am pleased to write you saying that Ralph Mance, son of Nelson Mance, has very recently been made general Manager of the large Depart- ment Stjre called 'The Fair,' in Ta- coma. Congratulations from the Eagle are in order. \I see) Mr. Mance very often and have visaed him at his home several Tons of Dead Fish On PL Peninsula —o— Under date of July 19 a Chaumont correspondent writes as follows: Tons of dead fish, in some cases laying in layers, have driven campers from the Lake Ontario side of Point Peninsula., The fish are a species of shad, planted by some one in the wa- ters of Lake Ontario, in the hope that the salt water fish would thrive there. The fish are reported all of about uniform size. It is believed that re- moved from their accustomed habitat the fish quickly died. FARMERS, TAICE NOTICE. The Presbyterian church sheds are in a dangerous condition and the trustees of the church are willing to repair them if the farmers who use the sheds will pay for the repairs; if not the sheds will be removed. The Trustees. LUMBER Before you do any build- ing it will be to your advantage to call and let us quote figures on your needs. We have everything in the line of building supplies and sell at a price that will satisfy you. We also do mill work on short notice. J. A.ScobelI Co., Inc. CAPE VINCENT, N. Y. times, :ir. Mance has one child, a girl, wh( is the 5th generation of the Mance's. I have known her father, Ralph; her grandfather, Nelson Mance; ler great-grandfather, Isaac Mance,. i aid hen- great-great-grand- father, -elix Mance. \I fine I am dating back some ways myself, put am just as young at heart as of SOI years ago, but not so physi- cally, and in my legs in particular. Am troubled with some rheumatism, •as well is poor hearing, but am good for thre: square meals daily and it in here wh 2re we get it.\ My Own Savings Account MORE AND MORE EVERY DAY ARE WIVES OPENING SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OF THEIR OWN. THEY KNOW THAT THEY ARE PRACTICING BOTH CAUTION AND THRIFT BY DOING SO. WHATEVER MAY HAPPEN TO THEIR. HUSBAND'S ACCOUNT THROUGH FINANCIAL MISFORTUNE IN BUSINESS WILL NOT AFFECT THEIR ACCOUNT. LET US EXPLAIN THE SEVERAL PLANS WHEREBY YOU MAY BECOME AN INDEPENDENT SAVER AND HAVE AN ACCOUNT ALL YOUR OWN. The Citizens' Bank of Cape Vincent CAPE VINCENT C. C. COOKE, President W. J. FLYNN, Cashier ^»araam3SEZM3&3EasMasjt«i^^ First Presbyterian Church Rev. John V. Mills, Pastor. Saturday, 8:00 p. m.—Choir re- hearsal at the church. Sunday, July 25, 1926. 11:00—\The Prodigal Son's Epi- taph.\ 12:00—Sunday school and Bible class. 7:30—Evening service. During the month of August the pastor is endeavoring to cut the ser- vice down ot fifty minutes. We wel- come any strangers in the Cape to come andworship with us on The Lord's Day. The church is large, cool and a hearty welcome awaits all those who come with us. Young people especially invited to attend. What Kind? Gharifston says that, healthy nag- ging is I good thing for a young mar- ried rain, but he does not say just how robust It should be.—San Ber- nardlncf Sun. ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING The annual school meeting of the inhabitants of School District No. 10, Town of Cape Vincent, N. Y., quali- fied 'to vote at said meetings in said district, will be held at the school building, in said district, on Tuesday, August 3, 1926, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a trus- tee, in the place of Sidney W. Gordon, for a term of three years, whose term expires July 31, and transacting such business as is authorized by the Consolidated School Law of 1910 and the acts amendatory thereof. S. W. GORDON, Clerk. • Drink Our I Delicious Ik Shakes I and Cream Sodas ILLPRE'S I Dairymen's League Ice Cream Uncle Philander, Jr, The world' is full of people trying to get honest dollars dishonestly. If it were not for footing the bills we would all multiply our wants. In the matter of fund soliciting the corner loafer displays wonderful nerve energy. The chronic skeptic disbelieves be- fore the evidence on either side is produced. The transgressor is quite likely to blame others because he made his way hard. The devil finds debatable ground in the church where brotherly love falls below par. In many cases the \wandering- boy's\ parents don't overdo in hunt- ing him up. Of course, if reform is to take place we want, the other fellow to have the first chance. With a great many men something more than a soft answer is needed to be effective. „ There's no particular danger of get- ting apart when the husband and wife pull together. • Because salvation is said to be free a lot of ministers are also expected to be generous. The man who has time to visit should seek the society of others equally fortunate. Society prevents a lot of well mean- ing people from saying \good morn- ing\ to each other. Before being put to its intended use, the milk of human kindness some- times becomes sour. Uncle Philander, Jr. When you place one of our Policies on your Car every possible liability from accident is completely covered. It makes no difference whether you are to blame for the accident or not. And, furthermore, you are protected in case the person, or property of others, is injured or dam- aged. Come in and let us explain this policy to you. CAPE VINCENT CapJerVmttent/ftL ¥.-: aHjviemnaxatBcanisaaetsEa/eaa Deering and McCormick Mowers Side Delivery Rakes Loaders $105.00 Sulky Rakes: McCormick, Deering, Champion Full Line of Repairs W. H. GRANT CO., INC. Cape Vincent, New York St. John's Episcopal Church. Rev. J. Fairburn, Rector. Eighth Sunday after Trinity, July 25. 10:45—-Morning worship and ser- mon. Subject, \Providence.\ 12-.00 M.—Sunday school. Aiter the next Sunday St. John's Sunday school will take a holiday during the month of August. No choir rehearsal this week on ac- count of the Lawn Pete. The Lawn Fete and Bazaar of St, John'swill take place next Saturday on the lawn of Mrs. G. S. Jones. This is going to be a very attractive event. There will be so many interesting features—fancy work booth, fish pond, country store, grab-box table, good music, ice cream, etc. Remember the date. Come and bring your friends along. Millens Bay: Service next Sunday at 9 a. m. Come and join in with us in the Episcopal services of the above places. A warm welcome awaits you. These churches are for you and yours. 3$mm®& ggBBSsreg^aua^^ TO THE PUBLIC. Whereas, niy wife, Macule Brown, havintf left my bed and board, without due cause or provocation, I hereby give notice that I will rot be .responsible for any debts contracted by her after July 21, 1926. Harry Brown. m&mt 7/OPTOMEtRi* ions-BMW, yATERTOWff „ EX_ _ ON» - . Let Us Do Your Job Printing trie :mr^FaE^iB3E^^ The Eagle Does First-Class Job Printing.