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Tracy Darli ng, who Is studying: ¦ In. J B rooklyn, villi spend the weekend at! his home In town. | A serenade was tended to Mr. aud i M rs. Lee W. C osier last Wednesday ] e vening, by Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. ! Da vis and the newlyweds ' many ; friends. Music and dancing were on- : ' joyed after which a bountiful supply , - oi delicious refreshments were served, i i The party did not brea.k » *ip until the ; , wee hours of the morning, and every- j one who attended reported a fine tlme.j ' M rs. E. B. Downs will leave today ' (Friday) to spend a week with Mr. '! and Mrs. W. W. Wellcr of Rochester ,! N; . Y.. :• We make storm , awnings for sleep- ing- room windows. R. N. Wilson, Port Jefferson. Mr. Salveson and family have moved from Beach st. to ^ rs. George Haw- ki ns ' house on East Broadway. Mrs. Irene Hlnkcy, Miss • Ruth Leek and . their niece , Miss Geneva Leigh , all of , Center Moriches , visited friends in town on Friday. A number of the.members of the Woman ' s Home and Foreign. Mission- a ry Society of the Presbyterian Church motored'to Cutchogu c Thurs- day, and attended the Presbyterial held, in the Presbyterian Church. I Mr. and Mrs. Eln ' nr Steinsvaag are living in Miss IJ ena Hutchinson ' s h ouse on Bnrrium ave. James Robertson of Morrlstown , N. J„ will spend the weekend with his family in town. The annual Praise service ol tne Woma n ' s Home and. Foreign Mission- ary Society will be held in the Pres- byterian Church- on Friday afternoon , with an interesting program followed by o . social time. Miss Lena Hutchinson recently vis- ited MCr. and Mrs. Harry Smith nnd daughter , Mrs. Etta Tonjes of Floral P ark , former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Poster and daughter , Reou , left Sunday for White City, Fla., to spend the winter. Mr. Hesse , teacher. In our high school , and his family, have moved In- to Eugene Edwards ' home on East Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burke left by automobile this week for a-trip to California. The children are staying wi th, . their aunt , Mrs. George O'dell , during, their , absence. - Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Albright and Miss. Helen Tobiason enjoyed a.jnotor. trip. to. Bear Mountain on Sunday. Miss Iva Bruce spent the weekend in Yonkers. . M rs. Thomas Campbell and children returned to-her home in Hartford; af- ter a visit at the home of licr par- ents , Mr. - and M rs. G. T. Rubin): .1 (^ D/US S / r . lQl f i J } ^ . , i 4Uy ^ uj au ili c^i u , , a j iu ^ 4 ^^ B J. ' A^^ » , - *allefi ^ . ^ l K ¦ |i a c! S ]i ^ . . : /6. '' - . K : .: to l ^ ii6:' ron : Sun day. :|/ - '' - jirr' : - ' M o l ; ' ' ^ . . , ' . (Jeoj i ge - :V i P)att of ; Rockryllle- Centre ' spent Tues day in town... . * . ¦ ' ' ' ¦ . ' , ' . pr. o nd Mrs. Charles Glldersleeve pf Brooklyn spent Election Day In tow n, as the guests of Mrs. E. B. Downs. Miss Alta Hill of Manhattan, wns the weekend guest of Mrs, Julia Bon- elli, ' . ; ¦ C apt. Q. A, Lerch left Saturday for a hunting trip In Pennsylvania. Miss Wager of Stnten Island wns the weekend guest of Miss Blanche V elsor. v . Miss Lottie B a yle s returned , lo st Friday after nn extended visit In New- port. Mr. ' - a nd Mrs. Thomas McNulty of Manhattan spent a few days this week wi th their mother , Mrs, Jack Tooker. Capt. nnd Mrs. Harry Wicks nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. X,, E. Moger returned, Friday after spending two woolen with Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Lopor nt Pall River, Tlie Study cl ub of Port Jofn;r.ran. was the R iic s t of the PatchOBue Boro- di n on. Monday nt Patclio g ue, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D nyles of Port . Icil' ci'CDii Station enjoyed a motor trip up state this week. Mrs. Elizabeth Burnett of South- ampton wn n the guest of Mrs, Lulu B, Porter on Saturday, Mr, nnd Mrs. foster and tliuiBhtor , R ona Mno, hn - vc moved from tholr temporary home during the ' past few m onths-while tho new road w cur bolhit ' built. Mr, ' 'nnd M rs, Vlnnl Edwards nml dauRh tor , Beatrice , lef t on I V Idny for a motor trip to Capo Cod, Mrs. E. B, Downs In leaving today, Prld ny, an d with Dr. and Mm. O ll- dorafc eve will spend t l m weoktmd In RochcBter , N, V. Watch for the uncovering of ouv w indow Sunday morning for tho most p oi i H u tlonnl value of tho year. O, B, Davis , In c., Port Jefferson , li. I. Mr, and Mr s, Nelson Downs have moved fr om tholr former residence n ear Ziarnuin ava. to n|>nrtinoi>tfi , lti rear of 15. T. Onborno ' s reslilmico; Mr. nml Mrs . Louis N, Clnrko , who have been, n pomlln g tholr l ionoymoon In tlie Wlillo Mt a , and irj motorliiff t hro p li tho ArtlrondackB « r»n(l north- orn- Npw; York , returne d on Sunday, On Tuesda y they wont.to Stony Broolc w liero they tool: posn c Mlon of tholr now homo which wan com plotoly fur- nln l ioil; nn d nil ' read y for oeoupnnoy. Mr. anil Mm. Olarlto nro very popular hero ami wore tliu roolple - nta o! ninny bountiful an d valtiablu fllftfl, i ' i ' \ i ,i ' ¦ \ oy! Rowland spent the weekend ;; ;?i ^ ,Biother In town. \ - r jorle Downs wns a week- ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter . , i .son of Hempstead : . . .: ¦ . ¦ . : ' - i M r. iuicLMrs. iHenry ¦ , ! . (¦ j ' s. N - ell . Truce and son ¦ j -i i vw. ' :\ - - . ' ¦;•! Jartcret N. ,T., visited their . nun!;, , - .. - . James G>. Whitoman on Sunday. . _ . . t . - i- j flha ^ l ps- Dar t nnd family of E(cmp- stead were Sunday guests of his par- ¦|„ ci $ -.ir. v . \ . .„ , ^ e mbers- ' of , the : American Legion ' Auxiliary of Setauket together- ¦ , with friends , enjoyed a Hallowe' en party at . \t ' ft e . & ft o n - BuUdlng on Friday evening. . ' Mr '' . ' arid ' Mrs. Ellsworth ' Downs and . i da ughter' . Mafj orle ' left . this , w eek by j ( aijkr : ¦p ^ ac ^ '-o J;tr ^ r ^ ; f . > i ^ ; - , r : ' ;: ^- ' ! i. :l , v . rillM^^i^erlpfc- -^l^oH^t h^r^v»^uJnea , to he r home in : Sctaiikct; after cnjqy- ' • ' ^ in g . ' . sprne ' time wi th . relatives, and . frlena s , in Ne y j Jeisey. \ . . ' . , ; . The new olUcers of, Harbor ' . Post \ • ^ BxiUary ' wlli be installed at the home ' ' of ^ M r ' sf - ' Orlette Petcrman at Stony . \Brook next Friday evening. . f - ,..„jilr „(dnd M rs. Khuman spent the j, ! wpekend , wlth Mr. and Mrs, J. Hill of ,,jijou t Jjroadway, . •) ¦ Da - v l d H eg g o spent tho weekend In New Y ork City. ' —Ch e ster Darling has recently pur- c hased'd now Studebaker coach. * , Miss Dorothy Lee is nolo to be olit fl nain after being confined to her iom e by illness . j » MLss Elizabeth Miller spent the I weekend in town. I - Ml- , and Mrs, Collins and son Robin I of Great Neck spent Saturday with I M r. 'i. Charlotte Deale. J / ren day sale at the Pattern Shop, Surf Avenue, Port Jefferson, ¦ startin g P rldny. Oct ^ s a; 10% discount on nil uoocis, — Aav. - V S I&2 ; Watch tor the uncovering of our v jlndow Sunday morning for -one most rjcnnatlonnl' value of the year. O. B. i javls , inc.. Port Jeffe rson , L. I. (A nu nih q r ^ of th e members of the ty orniin ' s M|u|ilonary Society, of th o J fnpete t qiiurclr motored to- Kuntfne- ttin Thursday inornlii g . anil at tended a missionary meeting , h old morning ipid iif ternobn in tiio Baptist Cmiich , riov. S terne , ji nstor. . i : j M*a. S. Adams of New Haven , Conn,, i\hn (ho week end guest of. hor nophew , }4 S loHl D Bor , Jr. j j Tho m onthly mooting of tho officio! j lyin rd of tho M. K. Church wnn hold ; M onday night nt HoIHd ' H, Terry ' s , • 'l envvlllo. * S. S lc nliiKor, Jr., motored to tho city jllnt Woilno s tlny and nttonded a Royal j l j ca i int dlnnor i Ho had a wonderful jtj mo, J j Mm. Ln. Vornp Bnylon recently cntor- Mftlnu ii l rolativo ' n irom tl>p c ity ovor tho N o okond. ' ' \ L. i ± - ;|vPEE SONAL - MENTION I \ . r„; ,. .}• ¦ _ ¦ : ' — \ : i Mrs. George . M. Tooker Is spending some time at hei * farm in Vermont, Th e Woman' s Club of the Presby- terian Church held a meeting on Tues- day evening qf this week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wechsler are occupying their new home on Randall ave. Mr. Chester Darling has recently purchased a new Studebaker. We have , heavy celluloid- made to Older lor auto curtains. The thicker It Is the longer It lasts , R, N, Wils on , Port Jjfterson. John W. L'Hommed l eu , for many years n familiar figure on. our streets , celebrated his eighty-eighth birthday, Oct; 22 , at the home of . his daughter , Mrs . Bortha. Purdy In' Bridgeport, , i i iuiira. one ga ve a ;«r .ne naup(ve cri r stori. ' . ' ; . : ¦¦ - .-; : , - - v; • ¦;. : > V. ' ' C . - . \ : ' ¦ \ . - ' .[¦ ' .; ' . ' . ' :i Tropical . \ fis hV Gold; : fish , A quatic Plants , Cana , rtes , .Ca ' ^ es , Japanese.Gar- ¦ d en: S ct s and r Pl o nts; Pet Supplies , Dog Furnishings. . - Ko man i Pet Shop, 45 Railroad-ave., Sayville , N. ' Y. — Adv. 24* Mr. and Mrs. James slaughter mo- tored to Montnuk on Sunday. Mrs t Hfrbert Sriilth . Is vlsitinc her parents , Mr. and lira ' ,.. O , S. . Swo zoy and lier ' b rother ' A rthur and family at Bellport. ' Prepare for winter. Have your auto curtains repaired and new celluloid put in at Piatt' s , corner Surf ave, and Jonesst. • 3 t52 Mrs, Irving Freed of Forkoslo, Pa. , is visi ting her daughter , Mr s. Morris Nelson. ? Mr. and Mrs. Fro i l Tlllotson and son ol Roekville Centre were guests of tholr uncle and aunt , Mr. and Mrs, Adolph Tlllo tson on Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Jennings Is stay j n i t with Mr . nnd Mrs. Alo n zo Shute , ot High st „ for an indefinite period. Win. Ruth Smith. Howell , Director ot Cltlmiship In Un: local W. C. T. U., and also co-dlrccter of same, u ov e a th rilling, soul stirring, impassioned ad- dress on that subject at the Methodist chin ch Sunday uv ^ nlug. It was uu- foi't - unate that there were not, more out to hear It , owing to Its being \Masons \ night , a t the Baptist Ohurcii, The address . was. In honor of World' s 'Il A >. ^ ,m,.n(./.n C1,, . ,,-1.,.. A, nl.. .. .. ? . i llllIU A lll l l v UllIIMII /i t\U >IIU i.lU A U Ul the ndd rccs Rov. I, L, Smith made a lew remarkji npp (- o|)rinto to tho day. Tiio monthly in p etln g of tho Wom- an ' s Foreign ' Miss ionary Society will bo hel d n t Mrs. I. L, Smlth' i i , next T hursday, nt 3:30 p, nv , nt tho Motn- odl st Farsonn g o, The program will be In c liai R O oi tho hostess and Urn. F. S. Hammond. ~ - Mis, George Harrnp, ft Conservatory g rnduato , announces-tho o pening ot a oln sn of plana i niplln. Appointments cun. be,made 4 oclock ' Friday nltcr- iioan s at Minn Youi i r ' u dancing School nl H o okwlth ' u,photo studio, at fi 3* Mr, Theodore Woodliu l l , iMld ont hero for many yearn , a rrived III town las t Wednesday afternoon from tiio li pnm of hl n dniinlitnr , Mrs, O , Frnnlc Tiiompson of Plymouth , Oonn. , another foniror rcnlden t, Ho wns tho ovor- nl g lit ¦ fl uent of Mr, nnd Mrs. TKomiu i O 'Donnoll nnd called on otuur old fr londn In town, Thur/iday ho wont to Bift llht o wri to vlult nnotli e r duu g litor , Mr.i. William Moinlinll. ' Mi' , and Mm. acorno K, Darling and Ills stater , Mrs. 3S, D. Snxton , loft b y nu toinobllo Thursday nfuirno a n , for I 'luii hlnu wl u iro tliey upon! the night with Mm, J. Mi B d rlln g nnd Mb h j cvn f> , llano. P ildny , being nccompnnlod by Minn none , M(. awl Mm. Darling 1 nml MHi. B d xtnn loft for d r o nd aor g o , M, V., whoro tlmy siionu tiio nl d ltt wJMi M r, mA Mm A , . Wnyniird ,; On flati i r« (ft5 | r . ' i Ulny ' , m ofoVi l il . ' lb* ; i Ui||«» \ i,VW; ^ nH tl lo 1 (<»tli»tl («»maOb< > Moi'wrn o w, ^MK i M^^ W i ' i ^ J b o i m - CHD 9 j f WANTS ALL LOCAL j ! , C H IMNEYS ' CLEAN . . I [/ * u Whnt FUEL ECONOMY t ( Bailor floating and \ j ' No Chimney Flrc « ! A n lcWHow To Do lt .. ! ! ' Q!iiroWy.«t Llttlo C « »t. i { OEmNGEira h vf :f j , ' ;) m f ti fj i l^^ i ff iti r,: ^ M rs. W. K. Post of Bayport wa.s re- ; !ectc U chairman ' - of the South Suffolk Dhapten American EeG Cross , at the meeting of that organization hel d re- cently fit the . Helipo rt Memorial Li- brary. Trie Bellport Branch ccf the chapter acted j s 'hostesses for the 68 representatives present. The following were all reelected for another term , with Mrs. Post: llrs , \ K J. K. '^ ost I s Keelectsrl; Head , of:Red . Gro ss Cha@ter . Mr s. Emily Smith Hulse , wife of the late Hathaniel Hulse , p assed away early In the morning on Thursday, Nov. 3. at the Norwalk Hospital , ' No r- v m lk , Conn., where she -had- been for the . past , s e . ven .weeks. Mrs. Hulse was visiting Mrs. John Lewis Smith at Nor- oto n , Conn., where she was token ill and had to - go to the hospital. Mrs. Hulse was.the daughter of Lu- cl nd o , -H awkins and Amos .; Conklin Smith of the Bull Smith family. Her parents are both burled in the old cemetery at South Setauket. She was bora- In . S etauket- April 3, 184 9. Mrs. Hulse spent most of her life in Setau- ' ket. She Is survlved.by one son, Henry • Hulse , of Eastport , and seven grand- children. Mrs, Hulse was a member r of the Presbyterian Church , Setauket. Services were held at that church at 2 o ' clock yesterday, Rev. . Mi Stuart J binc i ating. Burial was made in Cedar ' Hill Cemetery, Port Jefferson. I E mily Smith Hulse ' » I a iaa ' \\\\\ \ \'\\ \ ' ' . \ \ \ '\\ ' s s ssa ' I Saturday, Nov. 7 At 244 MAIN STREET PORT JEFFERSON , L. L < D. Donderp s Fruit , Vege table , ) and G rocery ...Store... with a J ull line of fancy groceries and fre « li fruits and vegetables at fsconoraji Prices I FAY OS A VISIT ON OUR . __ , ¦ i I' Elected- ' Sheriff . jj ' ¦ ' i \ VwS J ?- of your (cl ^ p ^ one. , -If eife ' s g ood'cheeri o nd good ' '/' •• 1' . he alth irii a clean bottle. ' I t' s ' a pu re food . that , ; . Ml T O ^ you AU NEED MOEE OF. W ^ mQt iZ > 3BS - ^ ' ^^ k '^Vw f- v ^ S ^- BRoo t - ' - ' lll l O OK. I MA STOI\ ^ DAIRY - ' ¦ - ' ¦ — ^ > j Back to the Prices I of 15 Years Ago l l 1 Good news! — You bet it ' s goad news! Now I I you c B n buy the clothes you ' ve alwa ys wanted at the jj f, ' , p r icen you ' ve wanted t o pay. i At me J uHi p prices are SACK to f c f tcen. years ago. y W e — aud H a ri SchaSaev & Marx — did it arhi- I J traril y. Costs don ' t justi f y such low prices. But the | situation does. I LARGEST VARIETY OF j Hart Sckflner & Marx and Other I O VERCOATS WE EVER HAD AT PRICES As LOW as $15 As HIGH as $42.50 I Mahe your choice now. A small deposit will hold I an Overcoat until needed. I Back to 1016 levels ! I Cheer tip, — Dress u p, -«- and' SAVE! I S.. S.. . BREWSTER I MEN'S AND tiO V S' Ot<m(IN0. j rWU N f S HrNO a ud J j uTIORM I ' ' T e leplione Ml) ' ¦ ; ' - , I f OHIr jKa W lBBSOK, lb. 1 * N..V. ' r' iV ' .. . • ¦ „ . \ . ¦ ¦¦ ¦ . ¦ , ' . . ' , ' :;. ' ' ' ' ,,; V ' 9n ^ i * nypnro*' a$ , i ' . , ^ . v, - ' .. . ' , \ . , I jj V' ' ;.. ' ' ¦ ** '' ' ' [ - » J * jV , V' [ ^ , ^ 1 if ' - . ' VL ' C f fr .N- i ' ' ii - ' j 1 ' / l ' Vi ' 1 * ' V- ri h ' .ii«ii ' m V ' ' ^ ' ^ ' ' - \ ' ' - ' -- - ' ¦¦-- ' ¦ ' ¦--¦-¦ ' - ' ¦ m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm msmmm , ^ Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Tinker have closed their-Poquott home and. -ha ve gone to then? home on park ave. for tho winter. ' . . , . . Many of' the Roquott residents came from their winter, homes to vote , as the major part of the village is In the East Setauket district most* of the voting was done there. Mrs. Meeker entertained the Bridge club on; Thursday. A fine new line of evening dres s es , at the Fowler Dress Shop. 1153 Mrs. Southwick Maxfteld cf New York , whose; fathcr. is the president of Emerson College , is the guest of . M rs. -Wllla rd Ide ' Pierce. Mrs. Emma-Ka ynbr and daughte r , Constance, of Brooklyn , were Ln town on , Tue sday. ¦ Mr. R aymond K. Price was 5n town on Tuesday. M rs. L. M. Lewis and daughter , LUt Hon ,: of Brooklyn are weekend guests of M rs, Willard Ide Pierce. M rs. -Eugen e- Edwards spent last Friday in Bridgeport with her daug h- ter . Miss Katheruie Beatty. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manning were in- Belle Te rre on Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. . P. ' S. Child r eturned last week after being away since Oct. io f u r »« ' rihlM c»l - l i »T i rt o r l t hp Conven- tion ot the American College of Sur- geons which was . held in New York nnd later Mr. and Mrs. Child motored to Vermont , stopping at Troy to see their daughter ^ Lauraine , who is at- tending the Emma Willar fl School there , . ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ' Kenneth Baldwin ol Bridgeport Conn., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. El- var Lawson. Joseph and - John Gundeison . l e f l Thursday for their : home in Savannah G eorgia , where . ttiey will s j end the winter. ' Suwasset Chapter No. 407 , O. E , S „ will, observe a ' Past Matrons ' nnd Past Patrons ' night (Tuesday, November 10. Miss Maybel l e- areen of Ozone . Park spent' Sunday iri: ti i wn. ' q n Monday • \ efenfn g s everrnl mem- 1 be ^ s ' . ' - ot , , Ml s s l v Eli zabeth' . ae re naorii ' r tor ^^S ui to y ^^ c ' STO^ l c *) ^ h' er . h' ome , on ' ;BoUtn ^ Stree ' t ,and - ' g ave he r. a . -ge nui n e surprise part l y. The' oc- casion , was In. honor of- her blrth ' daj which occiirrecl on , Nov, ' 1. A vorj pleasant evening was enjoyed , aftci bountiful refreslunen fe weio served, Those present -were-Mrs. Laura Law- son, ' Mr s. Laura Pctt J ' , Mcsi ' Ida Mac- Donald , Mrs! Mae Green , 'Mr s. Essie L on g don. Miss Jennie Cozine nnd Miss 'bezondorf. - Mr. mid Mrs. Hi Lynn Plummer an- nounce the birth of a son , Hubert Lovat , at the Mather Hospital on Oc- tober 30. The Port Jefferson Lode* No. 1370 ot Loyal Order of Moose will hold tholr first card, party of the: season on Monday evening,: November 3D , makln n a promise of a real good time for all who attend, Prominent Suffolk Ph ysician Succumbed in New York Ho spital After Long Ill ness Funeral services for Dr. William B. • Savage , of East Isllp, who , died las t Thursday In Sfc. Vincent' s Hospital , New York City, of gangrenous poison- ing were held Saturday morning at eleven o ' clock at . his home. The Rev. William H. Garth of St. Mark' s Chur ch , I slip, will officiate. Interment will follow in Emmanuel. Cemetery, Great River. v . Dr. Savage was born in Oxford , E ng- land; on March 9 , 186C , and as a boy of- eight was brought to this country by the Rev. Dr. Prcscott of St. demon ' s Church in Philadelphia. There he - became one of< the first boy soloists-in the country . He was edu- c ated at Rlpon College , .Wis.... a nd the Medical School of New York Univer- s ity, where he was graduated in 1 393. He was a consulting physician to the , S outhslde Hosp ital , Bay Shore , and was on the medical board of that hos- ¦ pltal when It moved from Babylon to •B ay Shore . He was a lso-a consulting ' rt t ysic i a ' n to the Control Isllp. State) Hospital. Dr. Savage was a . -veteran of tfcie Spanlsh-Ajnerlcan War and more ; than . two years ago the. effects of- .Reu- \ paiftilon ot a leg. :. ¦ ¦ ? ¦ ¦ \ ¦ ' \ , ' ' \ He was a . member of Ancient-Lodge , | ' P, and A' . M „ of New YOrk City; and ¦a- vest ryman and junior warden of St. \ 'Mark' s-Church. He Is survived by two sons by his first wife , Wlllaln S. Sav- 1 age , attorney, of Garden City, and Capt. Gordon Prcscott Savage , a grad- uate of the U. S. Military Academy, and now stationed at the Manllus School , Ma nllus , N. Y. , and his widow , Mrs. Adclo Ingersoll. His first . wife wns Anna May Sutphln of Hector , N. Y. ' . Services Saturda y For Dr.W.B.Sa y agc On Sunday Fred B..Robertson- gave it party at his home in Oakwood st. Those present were F. Taylor, ana son , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robertson , Mrs. Lillian Robertson , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reldtance and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Robertson Jr. Master Robert Robertson Jr. Quite a number of the local bowlers went over to Port Jefferson Sunday to take part in the eight-hour endurance of Medford and. L ouis Hallk ' also of M edford won. O T osdph Schneider and family of Woodhaven spent the weekend at their home on the lake . . ' - s LAKE RONKONKOMA For Learning, an Instrument Try JUNG'S MUSIC STUDIO Itanium Ave. Tel. Port Jefferson 598 Tho M ethods Used There Assure You ot Successful Playing in the Shortest Time. JOSEPH P. WARTA r ^ W ^ HUEIffi . ' \ W MXl See These Rare Bar gains! PIERC E ARROW SG OO j 5 Pass. Coach, N« w Rubber , 18 , 000 I Miles, IUJDSO^f ROADSTER i SOO 1929 Model - \A-l\ FORD C ONVT. COUPE $150 . 5 , 000.Miles , 1031. Excep tional. HUDSON SEDAN 5300 Ve ry Clean PAIGE \8 \ SEDAN ?Z0O E SSEX- COACH-535 1921. Good Rnbbel. ' ' REO TEUCr?is300 | Rack . Body , New Rubt u tr —SEE— BR00KHAVEN AUTO SALES , INC. l S f JONES , ST. Pho ne Port Jcilcrson 107 1- ' , , . . •—— I ARDENCilAIG BOWLING & BILLIARD ACADEMY • Premises lmvo been completely redecorated. A lleys planed and re-cc - ndlticmc-d w llh new equipment Bowline Dnlc s tor C l Dl i s Now Open SPECIAL RATES touls Tenn t lla, Prop. Telephone P. J. 0S 1 'ANNOUNCUMBNT l ¦ Opening t f - P iana Ckt s et Tor Mtpolilli w rtt cull 4 kltnk i vKlt ' * , i . WhrtJfl .H l lWlll J ^ W l i y ^U ir O Mn ^Atft ll . ;.¦ ; . ¦ : ¦ • - ¦ » j « t«;v <a * * >« ( <)'| p ' • j uw iM ^ . r' ^ • , ¦ ^ i.: 1 iff. The Abili ty to- See p Youf Point of View{ 4 !!>!i) 1JHAT is- one. of trio most important 11 1 j; j| ¦ features of the facilities we place J i ^ 'i \ . at your disposal. Complete banki ng II i! service , of course—but tlie willingness, III Ik ' i to gea r that service to your/ particular j j; \ 'j| - needs ' means more to you ' .in 1 satisfae- Ijlj ijy j tion . and results . j: j: You-will find here an unusual idea II , 'iv.r of what banki ng ^ cooperation means. Ill \ * ' 'ii 'ij And that idea is carrie d into practice j jK:! — ahvays. ' . Ilj ill ' ' ; ~ THE: ' j First National . Bank . •l i oRT JEFFERSON - NEW TORE ¦ 'ip li ' ^ : l r - . - - .. . . Member ot Federal Reserve BanU II

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