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THB SE N E C A COONry C O U K I E R -JO U E N A l The Courier - Journal SENECA FALLS, N. Y. O ldest K e p u b lioan P a p e r k i Seneca C o u n ty. Entered as second-class matter at postoffice, Seneca F a lls. N . Y .. u n d e r A e t of C o n g ress, March 3,1879, J. D. PO L L A R D - EDITOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Tlie Jonrnal PaWisMng Co. ( p im it x d ) A lick B. P ollabd , - President. J. D. PonPABD, Sec. and Treas. CLARY BLOCK. SENECA FALLS. N. Y. TERMS: Ohuniy Subscribers, |S.OO when paid In advance Snbseribers outside th e county. $3.00 per y e a r postage prepaid; Sppscriptlon tot six m o n ths. $1.00 in advance. RATES FOR ADVERTISING Made Known Upon Application ■|!!' worship. We call to the attention oi all our friends that the hour of worship for June, July and August will be 10:00 a. m. Next Sunday the Quarterly Communion Service will be held. 11:15—Sunday School hour for the summer months will be from-'l^io ■tt>-'l‘ 2 ; 00 . 6:00— Epw o rth TeaglieT5S\^tibhal Service., Topic: “Playing the Game Together.” Leader, Arthur F, Burley. 7:00— Union service in the F irst B a p tist church. M rs. Alfreda J. Howell of Albany will be the speaker. Monday evening the regular meet­ ing of the Sunday School Board. Picnic supper will be served on the lawn of Mrs. E. M. Cox-Fralick at 6:30, followed by the business ses­ sion. All members and their fami­ lies are invited. On Monday afternoon the Ladies’ Aid Society v/ill hold its monthly meeting at the church. All mem­ bers are urged to attend. Tuesday evening the Epworth League business.and social meeting will be held at the church. Thursday night the regular prayer meeting service will be held at 7:30. We need the grace of God as much at this time of the year as in the winter. Sunday, June 12th, is Children’s Day. Special sermon by the pastor and baptism of babes at the morning service. an.d a pageant by the Sun­ day School in the evening. CHURCHES FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. Robert D. Merrill, Pastor The Light Bearers Club will meet on Thursday afternoon this week and the Westminster Circle on Fri­ day afternoon in the Junior room. All are welcome at the sessions of Seneca County Union Christian En­ deavor Convention in this church on Saturday afternoon and evening. The principal addresses will be by Rev. John E. Pickens, Assistant Field Secretary of the State Union, a t 3:30, and by Rev. Ward B, Flax- ington, of the Oak’s Corners Pres­ byterian church in the evening. The Sacrament of the Lord’s Sup­ per will be observed at the morning service of the church on Sunday, June 4th, at 10:30. A brief serm o n will be preached on the subject “ The Hidden Man.” The Sunday School will meet at 11:50, including the Philathea Class for women and the Tower Class for men. The Christian Endeavor Society devotional meet­ ing will be held at 6:15; this will be the last meeting of the season. This congregation will join with the oth­ er congregations in a union service in the Baptist church at 7. The King’s Daughters will hold their regular meeting on Monday evening, June 6 th. The members will join in a tureen supper at 6:30. A full attendance is desired, as this is the last meeting of the season, and moreover there are important matters to cousider. The subject of the mid-week m eet­ ing on Thursday evening, June 9th. a t 7:30 will be “ A F ighting F a i th ,” BA P T IST CHURCH Rev. Wm. Howes. Pastor Sunday—Morning worship at 10:30 with a sermon by the paiitor. Sun­ day School at 11:45 with classes for all ages. There will be no Young Peoples’ meeting, but a union ser- vice will be held at 7 o’clock when i —Mrs. John S. Gay entertained at cards yesterday afternoon at her home in Prospect street in honor of her liiece. Miss Louise Gdsselin of Milton, Mass. —Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Felch of Boston, Mass., were the holiday guests of her aunts, the Misses Flo­ rence and Anna Becker in Cayuga street. —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sant and daughter of Syracuse were Memor­ ial Day guests of Eugene Sant in Bridge street, , —Prof. A. C. Hamilton was called to Delhi last week by the serious illness of his brother. —Fire Chief M. E. Hanlin has been in Niagara Falls this week, at­ tending the New York State Fire Chiefs’ Association Convention. —Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nugent and Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo HamMl will leave Sunday for Troy to at­ tend the New York State Elks’ As­ sociation convention. —Mrs. Joseph Dineenand children of Easton, Pa., have been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Magill in Ovid street. —Mr. and Mrs. John F. Yury of Prospect street spent the week end with relatives in Rochester. —Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Delavan of Cayuga street left Saturday to make their home in Skaneatelas. —Miss Caroline F. Lester has re­ turned from a visit with friends at Holyoke College at South Hadley, Mass. —Dr. C. Anna J. Brown has mov­ ed into her new home in Cayuga street. —Miss Janet M. Cowing of Yon­ kers and Mrs. Herbert Stayton of Pa., are spending a Mrs. Alfreda J. Howell,- child psy­ chologist and girls’ councillor, will give an address. Mrs. Howell’s ad­ dress will be followed by a pageant by twelve young ladies. The pa­ geant is entitled “Prom Self to Ser­ vice.” Mid-week service of prayer and song Thursday at 7:30 and you are invited to all our services. The Woman’s Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. George Leet on Wednesday afternoon, June 8 tb. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Fred Seigfred, and the lesson will be con­ ducted by Mrs. W. A. Howes, The monthly business meeting of the Philathea Society and the Bara- ca Class, which was to have been held a t the home of M r. and M rs. Schwab this week,- has been post­ poned for one week. CH R ISTIA N SCIENCE. Services Sunday 11 a. m., in No. 3 Fisher Theatre Building. Subject “God, The Only Cause and Creator” Midweek services including testi­ monies of Christian Science healing are held the first Wednesday of each month at 8 P. M. The public is cordially invited to these services. ■■ M a tt. 10:34-39. c o n g r e g a t i o n a l c h u r c h . Rev. Inm a n Willcox. Pastor The Board of T rustees will hold a t m e e ting Thursday evening of this week a t 8 o’clock. The annual J u n e supper scheduled for Friday, J u n e 3rd, will be held on Thursday, J u n e 2nd. instead. This r will be p u t on by the Ladies’ Aid a t 6 o’clock. Rev. H e w itt of Rushville will speak as a candidate a t this church Sunday m o rning, J u n e 5th, a t 10:30. T h ree new m em b e rs w e re install­ ed into this fellowship at last Sun- day morning’s service. Rev. I. L. W illcox gave his fare­ well sermon on the topic “Ye Are My Friends” at last Sunday morn- io'g’s service. Miss Marion Stevens and Edward L. Bbwell sang a spe- eial number. The sermon and mu< sic were most impresaivo. Union services a t the First Baptist charcb Sunday evening a t 7 o’clock. A: pageant entitled “From ^ I f to afervice” Will be given by that socTe- ^^Ghildren'fl Day exerciaea are sche- duiid to be held Sunday, June 12th, at lli:3b. METHODIST EPt^DOPAL CHURCH. Rev. H. G. Burley, Pastor Sunday Services—10:00 Morning PERSONALS -Miss Mary. Weatherlow and Miss Margaret McCann of Batavia spent the week end here. . —Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ^cWilliarhs of Syracuse were holiday guests of Mr. and M rs. H. D. K n ight in Cayu­ ga s tr e e t. —Mr. and Mrs. John M. Guion motored to Buffalo for the week — Paul L. Livingston has returned from a motor trip to Cleveland, 0. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graver have bought the Jessie Joseph pro­ perty in Daniels street, and Howard Reynolds is moving into the Addi­ son house in VanCIeef street vaca­ ted by Mr. Graver. —Mr, and Mrs. Morris Aronson and family have returned from a motor trip to Saratoga Spring's. —Eric Anderson and family of Easton, Pa., are occupying the Per­ kins flat in State street, Mr. Ander­ son having accepted a position in the engineering department of Goulds Pumps, Ihc. —Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McDon­ ald of Glens Falls spent Sunday and Monday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McDonald in Haigh street. few days at the Hotel Gould. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson of New York called on friends here Monday. —Miss Aletta C. Edwards and Miss Mabel Vanderhoof of Brock- port Normal were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Vanderhoof in Clinton street. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bebb and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Masso of Syr­ acuse spent the holidays at the Hol­ man cottage a t Bridgeport. —Patrick J. Murphy has been e ^ ' gaged as policenian at Cayuga Lake Park for the summer months. — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Poole mo­ tored to Hamilton, Ontario, for the week end. Nathan H. Bunis of 14 Rum- sey street, local dealer in rags, paper and metals, has filed a vol­ untary petition in bankruptcy in the United States District Court through Attorney Daniel W. Mo­ ran. Mr. Bunis has liabilities of $ 12,851 82 , and assets of $ 6 , 876 , including real estate valued at $ 5 , 000 . The first meeting of the creditors will be held in the office of H. A. Carmer, referee in bank­ ruptcy, on Friday, June lOlh. Subscribe for Courier-Journal. RHEUMATISM While in Prance with the American Army I obtained a noted French pre­ scription for the treatment of Rheu- motism and Neuntis. I have fiivsn this to thousands with wonderlnl re­ sults. Ttie presori^ion cost me notji- inV. I ask nothing for it. I will m’aU it if you Will send me your address. A postal will bring it. Write today. PAUL CASE, Dept. M-% 44 , Brockton, Mass. PICTU R E S Q U E LTREET PA R A D E TO B P SHOW N H E R E BY W ALTER L. M AIN Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lowell. Miss Clara Day and Miss Fannie Shears- son of Lockport were the week end guests of Mrs. Clara Day in Clinton street. —M r. and M rs. Gerald Taiimen and daughter, B e tty Jane, were the week end guests of relatives in Ne­ wark Valley and Cortland. —Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Margetson of Clinton street were the week end guests of relatives in Syracuse. —Mr. and Mrs. Gillis Pratt of Rochester were guests over Memo­ rial Day of his parents, Mr. and Mx's, Sterling W, P ratt in Clinton street. —Miss Jane Wilson and Mrs. Wil­ liam Phyfe of Newburgh on the Hudson and Miss Winona Wilson of Syracuse were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wilson in Clinton street. —Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nugent spent the week end with relatives in Watertown. —Ellia Kreutter, Clarence Con- k^y, Mftynard Gochenauer and J. D. Pollard motored to Ottawa, Quyon, l^ingston and other Canadian points for the week end, enjoying a trip of iiMrl'y SOO miliea. ||:1 End daughters of Miller street spent the week end with relatives in Cort­ land, —jSrs. S. A. Russell of ^ r y l Ave- tme w^ll enteriiih'tH^ Axii^tioWdrid'ire Club nekt Monday t f terifdoh. —Otto G. Wagner of Buffalo call­ ed on friends here Memorial Day. W hen the W alter L. Main Circus visits this village, Monday. June 6th there will be seen on the down town streets the day of the exhibition street jjdiade th a t represents an ex penditure of half a million dollars. It is entirely the origination and exe­ cution of the best a rtists, designers, and property m aster of Italy, E n g ­ land a n d Prance. Persia, flags and banners from China S\ 'Muiry from Italy, band and or­ chestra wagono o t b r o ’’7e, hand car­ ve ^ i decorated with pure burn­ ished gold. Alm ost every type of man will be seen in his native dress and the char­ acteristic music of the of the world is represented by trum p e ting brass bands, chanters, bagpipers tom-tom Main Circus neveV to repeat its novel­ ties. For that reason the phtade- for this season is entirely new. For mohtlis, day and night, artists and decorators toiled like veritable Tro- —Mr. and Mira. William D. Ayera jarn's’in tlie Bufop«?an workshops in It is the policy of the Walter L- I playeps, drum, fife and bugle corps. The great menagerie, gthe pride of Walter L. Main, is shown- in open dens. The tented city requires five acres of ground this year. Two great herds of elephants are carried among the 406 animals. order to build tFe^pafadfc Which this’ ydir W starflihjg'Ath^rican cities. Not in any way does the street parade r a m b le the psg<^nt o f ' the past. It fairly glistens with oew|iess There are fldato of burdished gold made Oriralal workmen! costumes and tapebtries from Prance and at i a’hd 7 p. ni'. The'peFfiirmahce thls'yeaV, too, has u'nder^one many chlnges. MOre'tllaii 400 arenic performers will be seen in the circus, performing in three rings and on elevated sUgef. Performauccf ^egm at 2 and’Ap, m., and dmrs to the W alter L. Main m’en'akerie ol>e'ti Somd^ -%>iill have cars 9 - How maiiy thnes hawe you wished yoor £uni!y had a a e < » i K l car? How often would it have been not only a convenienice, but an actual saving? Buidc costs less today than ever before. Operating costs are lower tod. W hy wait longer to boy another car? Your “family” car will be in ever-increasing demand during the spring summer months. Get your Buick now and make the whole funily happy this year. W H E N B B T T B R l A U T O M O B I L E S A R B B U I L T , B U I C K W I L L B U I L D T H E M M. A. NEARPASS Seneca Falls, N . Y. / Even newlyweds can afford these SERVANTS 'IT^OR I cent to 3 cents an hour, elec- J- tricity will wash or iron or sweep —do all the household drudgery th a t makes so m any young brides old be­ fore their time. Even newlyweds ca,n afford these electrical servants. They cost far less than the least-trained maid. They work for years without a single after­ noon out. They offer a way for the young housewife to keep young, alert, attractive. The inter-connected power plants of the Buffalo, Niagara and Eastern PowerSystemhelp to make it possible for electric service to come to you at the lowest possible cost. While the price of most necessities has a4vanced nearly ioo% since 1915, the cost of electric current has actually decreased during the same period. And so, your electricity is cheap. It is the biggest bargain you buy. Use it freely, NiAGAitA, L o d K P P ^ T A N p ONTARIO C om pany NIAGARA IK . . P SERVICE HI 1 1 a l a ). MAv, Ww\ J.,\-liKN S \ s i l \ l AS;

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