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1/ Page Eight THE Lampl's \Bercnudiana\ Check Suit bonder You'll r.ing the praises of Lampl's new suit woudor for dozens of good reasons! Exciting nnd versatile, in tempi's exclusive linen-like '•rJermudidna\ check, with a talent for going over/where confidently, fashionablyl Smartly cut checked jacket ond matching solid tone skirt . . . immaculately tailored of wrinkle-resistant rayon fabric that resembles pure linen . . . 10 to 18. 97 Main St. Dial 2441 The John McCormack Show Best Talent in the North Country s Available for Your Entertainment! DeKalb Junction 24 Wanted To Buy—Used furniture, stoves, appliances, household good* of all description. Beat prices paid. Ben L. Koff, new and user furni- ture, 301 Crescent Street, Ogdens- burg. Phone 217-W. Open evenings 39-tf ONE PSTOP Collection everywhere. State! Mercantile Agency, Kermon, N. Y. ! 22-81 OIL BURNER SERVICE—In- stallation and repairs, electrical wiring and plumbing. All work guaranteed. John E. McCormack, DeKalb Junction. Phone 24 collect. 48-tf Fall and Winter SALE Steel Cabinet Showers $68.50 Tierney&Whiteford 4 Hodskln Street Dial 2702 INSURANCE SERVICE auto— fire — life You can s$ve time and money ''. . . as thousands do ... let- ting your local Farm Bureau representative organize and writs all your insurance. Over sixty types of coverage. For expert information on a whole insurance program or for o tingle policy . . . CHARLES W. LIGGIO JOHN W. HARDY 123 Main Street Optometrists ADVERTISER MACHINE — ' SEWING mJ% «*>*»«•*** «***• •™*7~~*<? All makes, satisfaction guaranteed. Dial 2611 CoMMKRCiAL ADVERTiSEK 16 Main Street Canton, N. Y. TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1«52 For Rent—Apartment, 9 Pearl St. Dial 2715. W-tf For Sals—Choice Dairy Cattle. R. G. Mace, Canton. 7-tf For Sale—BushgerU piano. Call 27&5 after 6 p. m. 60-tf WANTED-HORSES & COWS, dead or alive, prompt removal. Dial Canton 2792 collect. Ricalton's Mink Ranch. 49-tf For Sale—1946 Ford convertible; new motor, tires, battery, top. Reasonable. Call ^545 after 5 p. m 50-2 For washable slip covers, any style, chairs or couch, $4.96 up. Terms. Bruyerse, 22 Lake street, Ogdensburg. Phone 1021, collect, Ogdensburg. 49-4 ~Cedar Post^Want«aV-6 ft. long, 6 in. tops, straight, good material, one or more carloads. L. A. Eckler, Jordanville, N. Y. Phone 152W2, 7 o'clock evenings. • 49-4 Wash and Lubricate your car and change oil; keep it in good condi- tion. Also we have Goodrich and Goodyear tires, Delco batteries, the best for long life, Texaco and Sun- Wanted—Good, clean Used Caw to sell. Phone 8621. Olin's Garage. ,/ 46-tf For Sale—Pedigreed Pekingese Pups. Phone Norwood 894W8. 49-8 For \Sale—Chain-saws. See Art Gary before you buy any chain- *aw. Call 8155, Canton, N. Y. 41-tf Wanted—Clean wiping rags for use in office—discarded men's dress shirts, cotton dresses, sleeve and neck bands taken off—No coat or men's suit materials accepted. Fair price'for good quantity of rags. Inquire at Commercial Ad- vertiser office. 51-tf All maites, saviuatuvu B »»»»»~-~-—- •26 Wtfrs experience, Replacement 'parts for all makes of sewing m&~, Chinee. Will be in Canton April 21 ' , 22, and 23. Phone or ^nrite George ! F. Yorkey, c-o New York State Ag.' ;and Tech. Institute. Machines re-[ ' paired in your home, no\ge1ay. 51-6 NOTICE OF VILLAGE ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Pursuant to the Village Law, that the annual village election of the Village of Canton, for the year 1952, will be held at the Board of •Trade Room in the Town Hall | Building in the Village of Canton, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1952 The polls of such election shall be \ opened at 1:00 p. m. and shall close I at 6:00 p. m. Notice is further given that at such election the following offices are to be filled: Food Sale—Girl Scout Troop at Co-op March 29, 1952. [ For Sale—Good used refrigera- tor. Miles Longshore, 17 Pine St., phone 8758. . Wt f MV Will Fur Rent—R o o m s over IGA< Two Trustees, whose term Store. Can be made into apart-! of office is two years each. ment or small club rooms. Kather- j rj a ted March 4th 1952 ine Duskas, Dial 2815, Canton. 44-tf Wanted-^ows or horses for dog food, dead ojr alive; night or day service: wijfich equipped truck. Phone iolielt, Gouverneur 654-J3. (Till May 1, 1952) I am takufc orders for dressmak- ing and sewing of all kinds. Mary Finnigan, 9 P#t l street, i 15-tf Wanted—Choice Springers and compete dairies. K. G. Mace, Can- ! 7-tf For Sale—Good ice refrigerator. ireoi xvi lung IUC, j.c&aw auu oun- ,. . __ 1 _ - . . oco gasoline. Save money with our 9_T««ri S^or dial 2716. | B-tf Trade Cards. We honor them at our| * (1ub R ePlauran t, 45 Couft Street, Garage. Phone 3621. Olin's Garage, i now open at new location, across 1 \\ I from County buildings, Court St. For Sale—Navy owner, due over\- j Rc ' oms > bcard and ^ eals ' seas duty must sacrifice cottage at Higley Palls, Colton, N. Y. ( fully\ furnished, sleep six easily; elec- tricity, pure space heater spring water; oil automatically fed. Call 2705 between 9 and 6. 49-4 For Sale—Farm of 167 acres on the Motley and Madrid road; also 35 tons of hay. Dial 3223. Charles Goodale. 48-tf For Sale—Hard Mill S>bwood, by load or half load. Loctl Truck- ing. Lloyd Mulvaugh. Dial 2868. Cash Coal Co., dial 2961. 42-tf 30-tf Office Space For Rent—i-2 rooms- over Sugar Bowl. Inquire Mrs. Katherine Duskas, 1 East Main St. Dial 2815. 34-tf L H. JOYCE Village of Canton, New York ^^ilK ^ Electroloz, world's fastest home cleaner, Sales and Service; free check of your cleaner. No charge for labor. Frank Pitts, 14 State St. Phone 2625. 51-1 For Sale—Hot Point stove. Ex- cellent condition. Three new units. Dial 3834, after 5:30 p. m. 51-tf W «^ed-«ea l we hare inquiries priced dwellings and and summer you to bflfer, talk it over? No% pmer-Leonard, Inc For Sale—Three - bedroom mod- jern home; oil-radiator heat; two' i hot water heaters; modern kitchen (with electric dish washer; all hard- woor floors, up and' down; dry poured cement basement with wash connections; Venetian blinds on en- closed glass front porch and on all windows throughout, 83 E. Mais St., across from new hospital. Call 8432 for appointment — For Sale—1933 New paint, seat ber, excellent body million, but, doesn't to run. Ideal tranj^ Canton 271«, afterno^ mgs 7-9. iced and repaired-Partg;! Plies for all makes-Win your present machin iZ k ROY J. CLAFLIN SURGE DEALER RichviUe, N. Y. Phone 2323 For Sale—Smith and Wesson PotMcd 0a* Ranges, all lypei K-22 Masterpiece, or will trade for' Gas hot water heaters, gas lights outboard motor or power table saw.; Easy time payment?. Howe Gas & , Phil McMasters, 4 West St., Can- ! Electric Co., Inc. 12 Prospect St.. \ ton, N. Y. Canton, N. Y. Dial 8720. 31-t1 Farm at Auction SATURDAY, MARCH 22nd at 1 o'clock! The Dan Sullivan Farm, located 5 miles from Canton, 7 miles from Potsdam, 3 miles from Crary Mills, 1/2 mile from Raymond Smith's saw mill, 98 acre farm 80 acres tillable. Better than average buildings. Water in house and barn, furnace, telephone, school bus. Fer- tile soil, a good farm that will sell cheap. 23 acre wopd- lot selling separately. 23 HEAD OF CATTLE 16 milkers, mostly fresh, 15 of these are 1st calf heifers. 3 yearling heifers, 1 yearling bull. 3 • started calves. Team of horses, harnesses, 1948 Ford tractor, plows, harrows and mower, Blizzard corn blower, 4 can milk cooler, portable milking machines, hot water heater, electric clippers, manure spreader, rubber tire wagon, hay rack, mowing machine, side rake, hay loader, grain drill, 2 horse cultivator, saw rig, platform scales, evap- orator, SCO sap buckets, 40 tons of hay. many other articles. Terms eii Personal Property—CASH! 10% dqwn an real estate, balance on delivery of deed! JOHN SEYMOUR, owner H^NRY WELLEF, auctioneer ; 1 Tomorrow ... It May Be You! An unforseen accident or illness may destroy, with one blow, the only assurance of normal necessities and comforts . . . YOUR. EARNING POWER Yes;, accidents do happen to people every day—and they hap- pen to the very people who think it will happen to somebody else. 5,670,000 Injured in and about the home! ,2,280,000 Injured in public places! 1,530,000 Injured in industry! 1,340,000 Innjured by automobiles! For full information about Accident and Sickness Insurances- Life, Hospital and Surgery Insurance SEE or CALL RAY T. COLOTON . . . Phone 8630 K. Jude.cn St. Canton, N. Y. , Representing EMPIRE STATE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. • Jamestown, N. Y. SEE R. G. MACE FOR COMPLETE AUCTION SERVICE CHOICE DAIRY CATTLE CHAIN SAWS Phone 2624 TITAN and DISTON ONE and TWO MAN Canton, N. Y. £20,00 FOR YOUR OLD MATTRESS! wjvy.iw thit pi?i i*L;a*»e c-f any of the many New Mattresses made by CLrCI-INEK. MATTRESS CO. • r .•::•• V^, . 2'i !.;<k- St. Ofjdensburg, N . Y. Ralph E. Kin^ Ltlarwi TseUey 4* Judson St. .'i ftw.J.-ich St. Canton, N. Y. I'anton, N. Y. Phone 8655 1'h-;: I N S U R A NCE COS, • far.m Burcjij Mutual AUTD tniurancjf Civ; v .\ ' Himi« Office: COLUMBUS, OHIO j For Any Construction Work New or Itepair! CABINETS BUILT! W. H. PARISIAN Phone: Canton 3547 Potsdam-Cnnton Road A red-haired truck driver jrith the Britiih army in Korea has in- herited a fortune and the title of earl from a relative in England. The youth Is Pvt. Cecil O'Bryen Fittmaurice. He became the eighth Earl of Orkney ai a result of the death of his wealthy uncle. Above dwelling at 21 Miner St., V-J blf.c!: from Ma r St., income property, large barn, hot water heat, electr.r *t hot water heater^ 5 bedrooms, fireplace, first floor haru- [* wood, wired for electric stove. 1. Gro\v plenty of high quality roughs 2. Balance your herd.with your feed FOR SALE 8 Room Dwelling And Bath in nice condition with good single garage and garden! Located in nice residential section! Newly painted, insulated., painted walls down, papered up ... a real honie! PITT-KNOWLES, Inc. 65 MAIN STREET CANTON, N. Y. PH ON 8533 Spring Is ere Ideal -i bedroom dwelling, Judson St.. large lot, hard- wood floors up and down, oil heat, excellent location and priced to sell. Owner moving away. ^ State St., near new school site;3 bedroom dwelling, Jot 65x156; large garage and garden; excellent home. PINE ST., 3 bedroom, new oil heating plain, elect 1 ic hot water heater, Venetian blinds. NO. 9 ELM ST., 10 room dwelling, income property; must be sold to settle estate. SUMMER COTTAGES—Higley Flow and St. Law- rence River locations. Dompnier-Leonard Inc. Brokers INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE 87 Main St. Canton, N. Y. ^^ Dial 2752 (FREE LISTINGS) «. Keep\ production records on each cow in your herd. 4. Practice disease control meiloJr;. \ Produce milk and'cream of hHi;.<-t quality. ' «. : }*'-(•. lr.lor-tr.ving y-.cthr.d*. 7. 1':J':.\ erne of yi.i;r h.rah 8. J)^v.\!o]> a sound brcc^.r.r, } : 7<.<z\r.::i, ' !0. v rwt \Vatkin*- ftork :-i;: s c:.\l CV:. - 9 T ; • •vJr.'~rarJyyr::ni.-r—.i;iy?r.r'«)!-r::J. vf/'r/'J,;...'\ 1 ^ 1 -.^'-:- 1 h <^°\-r nc r~ u . i: ' yl ''\•' •:>;::•,:ir.d. V(i;r (u.'.j j •-.] r.i: '-; •: > r.-v-.-'d th\ir cr^vc?, to mrhe rnili:, 1-j mu;:> tain their bed:?;>. M.ur, eo feeds crown en them \ore low in rnir.-.ra.?, too. Only by Eupplementiuc t!'e feed rations witli a mitral compovmd and vitamin D r.in your cov;s peri'orM t'rir three import'.:f»; jol>s to V.Ar i,v, :_L;—^\--j T4: mo provr to you how Wai,kins oa>c!: Mincrnl Comp'-uTid p;m ht]v vou to }-' l -•)'• profit. \ Your Wei:;::•:i Reefer Harmon Smith Dial 2416—49 Court St- Canton, N.Y . ^||| 1 —BASEBALL —SOFTBALL -FISHING (Sorry, No Canoes) You can color-style o room.for only a few dollars- v/ith ,eosy-lo apply SUPER KEM-TONE colors. Co™ l!i ond use our /ree color service. You tan have a \new room in a day with I • Super do»ob;e, iuper wasbcb\e. • No Ibinning—ju*t stir ond opply— drie^ in one hour. ' • Luscious pa*let», high-fashion deep tones, gorgeous intermediate shades. • Easy to opjAy—over pointed wolis, vcl^c or ptattar. Only *t& QUART. $4^ GAUON The CANTON Hardware MAIN ST. Canton

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