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The East Hampton Star. (East Hampton, N.Y.) 1885-current, June 14, 1918, Image 7

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S tandard O ilcd . se n . y . S T A N D A R D O IL C O M P A N Y o/N E W Y O R K f a r m b o y s a t s t a t e f a i r Plans have been made for a farm boys’ camp to be held at the Syracuse State Fair grounds durin g State Fair week, September 9-14. Detailed ar- rangemeits w ill be under the super­ vision of Commissioner Charles S. Wilson, o f the Division of A g r icul­ ture, Departm e n t o f Farm s and m a r ­ kets, Albany, N. Y. The ruling of the State F a ir Com­ mission for the cam p is as follow s : A boys’ camp w ill be organized for State Fair week, consisting o f one farm-reared boy from each county of the state between the ages o f fo u r ­ teen and eighteen inclusive, who shall be chosen in the follow ing m a n n e r: The district superintendents of a county shall constitute a com m ittee on arrangem e n ts for a county ju d g ­ ing contest and shall designate a suit­ able committee of judges consisting of three members and includin g eith­ er agent or officer o f the Farm B u ­ reau, the m a s ter of the Pom o na Grange, and one other. The three district superintendents met and appointed R. C. Parker, m a n ­ ager of the Suffolk C o u n ty F a rm B u ­ reau, Frank H. W e lls, master o f Po­ mona grange, and E. Everett Davis as a committee of judges. The date set for the county contest is S a tur­ day, J u n e 29, a t the Farm B u reau o f ­ fice, Court House, Riverhead, a t 1:30 p. m., The contestant shall sign ify his in­ tention of entering the contest in ad­ vance of the date set and shall fu r ­ nish the com m ittee w ith a w ritten statement verified by his parents to the effect th a t he is f a m iliar w ith and has perform e d various farm opera­ tions. On the day designated by the sup­ erintendents the boys shall be as­ sembled a t some convenient point, a farm if necessary, where they shall be examined on their knowledge of (a) livestock, (b) farm crops, ac­ cording to score cards furnished them by the com m ittee o f judges, or in any other m a n n e r the judges shall determ ine. The contestant shall also present a statem e n t of not more than five hundred words, containing a concise and accurate account, vouched for _by the parent or some other respons­ ible adult, of the activities' of the contestant durin g the preceding spring and sum m e r along food pro­ duction lines. The statem e n t shall include info r m a tio n on the-kind and extent o f (a) farm chores; (b) field w o rk; (c ^ work w ith livestock; (d) work w ith fru it or other special crops; (e) home project or other activity of a productive nature for which contestant was chiefly o r sole- j ly responsible. F IG H T F O R M IL E A G E B O O K S Surrogate Selal\ B. Strong, o f S u f ­ folk county, intim a tes th a t he is going to m a ke i» strong effort to have the mileage books on the Long Is­ land Railroad le f t in effect. As the opening gun in his effort he sent a long telegram to W Hliam G. M cAdoo, Director General of the Railroads, stating that if the m ile­ age books have to be redeemed under the'new rates in effect Tuesday a con­ tract made w ith the purchasers w ill be violated. Judg e S tro n g ’s telegram follow s : “ The Long Island Railroad Com ­ pany, claim ing to act under your or­ ders, is attem p tin g to void their con­ tracts and call in all m ileage tickets and fam ily trip tickets sold prior to Jun e 10, 1918. ‘W h ile it is the duty of every citi­ zen to support the Governm e n t with T H E E A S T H A M P T O N ST AR. both voice and money, there is no obligation on the individual citizen to support the stockholders of the railroad, although it is w e akly claim­ ed that this is an indirect support of the Government. “ The Long Island Railroad has re­ ceived a special charter from the State of New Y o r k ; it is not incor­ porated under the general railroad act. By the charter the State of New York expressly retains the right to regulate the fares. The State has regulated these fares and certain mileage and trip tickets were sold at State rates prior to Jun e , 1918. A contract was thus entered into which, although it contains no clause fo r a cancellation, the railroad is now at­ tem p ting to void. “ I call your attention to these at­ tempts to violate the obligation of a contract in direct violation o f the provisions of the Federal and State Constitution, and I ask that you give such instructions as are necessary to protect the contracts already en­ tered into with the public.”— Eagle. F R ID A Y , JU N E 14, 1918 THE BROW N SCH OOL OF TUTORING 241 W est 75th St., New Y o r k City Telephone Colum bus 8894 Founded 1906. Open all summer in New York. Also lessons given in all subjects at home of pupils in SO U T H A M P T O N and V IC IN IT Y . Every Pupil should do some studying during the summer. W r ite or phone for inform a tion. N E W R A IL R O A D O R D E R S On Ju n e 10th, all special passen­ ger cars and trains were discontinued on the Long Island Railroad. A n ex­ tra charge, equalling about seventeen per cent, of the regular fare w ill be made fo r ridin g in parlor cars in ad­ dition to regular parlor car fare. A m inim u m of five a d u lt tickets at par­ lor car transportation charges m u s t be surrendered fo r exclusive use of the state room in addition to the reg­ ular state room fare. Notice— The Ladies’ V illage Im ­ provem e n t Society wish to no tify any­ one w ishing to have their trees spray­ ed to com m u n icate w ith N a than H. Dayton, who is in charge of this work. T h e S i g n of S e r v i c e G a s o line M o to r A wide variety of mixtures is being sold the name “ gasoline.” The best way to be sure that the gasoline you buy measures up to quality standards The Sign of a Reliable Dealer is to buy from the dealers listed be­ low. sell only S O C O N Y — uniform, pure, powerful. Look f o r t h e White and Blue So-C O - n y Sign. and the W o rld’s Best Gasoline D E A L E R S W H O S E L L S O C O N Y M O i O K G A S O L I N E EAST HAM P TON H A L S E Y ’S G A R A G E W . P. C O L L IN S F. J . H E D G E S JAMES E. GAY & CO. M a n u facturers of CARRIA G E S AND HARNESS and dealers in Business Wagons Pneum a tic Runabouts Steel Tire Runabouts Top Buggies Open two-Seat W agons Glens Falls Buckboards Depot W agons Farm W a gons, Single, Double Sleighs of A ll Kinds HORSE FU R N ISH IN G GOODS We have a well appointed Blacksm ith Shop connected w ith our estab­ lishment, and are thoroughly equipped to do all kinds of Iron W o rk, Forging, Repairing and H O R S E S H O E IN G in the \best possible m a n n e r. Expert horseshoers always in attendance East M ain Street, East H a m p ton, N. Y. Telephone 16-J s PRING C LOTHES AT M E Y E R ’S STORE We are showing elegant selections of Men’s and Boys’. Clothing at reasonable prices. Visit our Store and look over our offerings. We are sure thatihe Prices and Styles will be to your satisfaction FOOTWEAR We are proud of our beautiful assortment of Men’s, Boys’, and Ladies’ Shoes. We have Pumps, Oxfords and High Cut Shoes in white buckskin and Cordora leathers in the very latest shapes. Drop in and Look Them Over I. MEYER 1918 CROW-ELKHART CARS MULTI-POW E RED Valve-in-Head Motor, Counter-balanced Crankshaft and Removable Head C— E 32 2-Passenger ____ $ 995 C— E 36 5-Passenger ____ 995 C— E 34 4-Passenger 1055 C— E 36 5-Passenger DeLuxe T o u ring C a r _ _ ------- ______ 1055 C— E 5>Passenger Sedan Convertible---- -------- 1395 Prices F. O. B. E lkhart, Ind W ire wheels $100.00 extra B.M. OSBORNE R E A L EST A T E D E A L E R Fine Cottages with all Modern Conveniences To Rent for the Sum­ mer. :: :: :: Large and Small Coun­ try Houses and Build­ ing Sites For Sale. _ Acreage in all Parts of the Town. :: :: If you want to Buy, or have Property to Sell, je*i the Agent B. M. OSBORNE East Ham p ton, N. Y. R I C H A R D SM IT H -PAIN TER and D E C O R A T O R Automobiles, Signs and Furniture a Specialty Packing and Crating o f Every Description— Fine China and Bric- a-brac a Specialty N o rth M a in St. Tel. 60-T H IG H G R A D E PIANOS M A D E F O R T H IS C L IM A T E To Rent and for Summer JAM E S C. LAW R E NCE M a in Street, Sag Harbor, Tele 72-R This is the Place to Buy Your CROCKERY GLASSWARE AM AGANSETT C O N K L IN CO . A M A G A N S E T T G A R A G E W AIN S C O TT G. C. O S B O R N W A T E R M ILL B. A . S C H O L T Z SA G H A R B O R JO H N M U R P H Y M. J. M O R O U N E Y LAMPS S p r i n g Furnishings The season is now a t hand when you w ill need m a n y articles in the line of House Furnishings to put your cottage in shape fo r the good old sum m e r tim e . Y o u w ill find our store heavily stocked w ith F U R N IT U R E of all kinds, F L O O R C O V E R I N G S , B E D S P R IN G S , M A T T R E S S E S , P O R C H F U R N IS IN G S , Etc. Call and inspect our stock. HEDGES & G R IM S H A W EA S T H A M P T O N . L. I. B R ID G E H A M P T O N W M . C. ESP H A L S E Y & M c C A S L IN J. E. H A L S E Y SOU TH AM P TON FURNISHINGS M O N TAU K GARAGE W. D. Parsons & Sons, Prop. T E L . 4 2 -M - l M O N T A U K , N. Y. HENRY D. HEDGES L. W . R U L A N D „ S O U T H A M P T O N G A R A G E CO. IR V I N G G A R A G E M . P. EN S T1NE E D W A R D JO H N S O N W . H. H E D G E S JO S . B U T T O O W Month of Roses, Weddings, Graduations and Anniversaries Y o u w ill find us prepared to m e e t all your requirem e n ts w ith suitable gifts fo r these occasions, and w ith articles revealing the skill o f the gold­ sm iths and silversmiths. W e are still offering m a n y patterns in Silver, W a tches, and Diamonds, m u c h under the present m a rket prices O u r line of M ilitary W r ist W atches is very complete, ran g ing in price from $3.50 to $50. W e feature an exceptionally satisfactory one at $100 c. E. FRITTS ^ u _ Expert W a tchm a k e r and O p tician ^ O C T A G O N M a il and telephone orders solicited, DIAMOND EK6A0E.HENT RW6 A.LL PLATINUM Tel. 29-R, Sag H a rbor. N. Y. Rem e m b e r we sell Watch* D iam o n d s cheaper than others. s4 75. O O Re m e m b e r we sell W atch e s and

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