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vs-;, v THE JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN, LOWVILLE,,N. Y.,. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15,1929. you can now buy a ONLY at the factoru and a Straight Eight 2door sedan at $ U85 ; \ Luxurious motoring becomes economical motoring! For Stude- • baker —world's largest builder of eight-cylinder cars—now offer* at £1235 a luxurious four-door sedan powered by a thrifty straight-eight motor. And imagine! A Dictator Six four-door Sedan as low as $1095 —an even better car than the Dictator which sold in big volume at $1345, All price* ct the factory SCHANTCBROS. Phone 257 Shady Ave. LYONS FALLS. Notes anil Personals of the Out-of- -Tgwn 0ue~t» Who Are- Vacation* in* In the VUlage-<aiul the Week- Bod Trips of the Residents. Mra. A. D. Edmonds, Corresponds.) Dorothy Burrows is the gueaf of Hadys Carver at Buffalo. Cora Cook of St. Paul, Minn., IB he guest of her mother, Mrs. Ida 2k AUTOMOBILE Lois Miller and Mary Seymour are gttesta of W. J. Seymour at New York ^ity. > - Mrs. Jay Markham and daughter 'atherlne made a motor trip to Franklin, Friday. Mrs. Anthony O'Grady or Schenec- tady is the guegt of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J, Schaffer. Gertrude McAdams of Gouverneur, has been a recent guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jay Markham. Rev. Raymond C. Hoag and fam- ly are spending two weeks with rel- atives In New Jersey. Albert Edmonds and J. D. Shultz are spending a few days at Pleasant Lake on a fishing trip. Mrs. Katherine Jefferles of Low- vllle, has been a recent gueat of her sister, Mrs. P. J. Jennings. Mrs. C. E. Trube of_ South Orange, . J. is the gue^t of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman L. Merrlam. Mr, and Mrs. Lynn B. Parker of Rochester are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Markham. Mrs. Clayton W. Bowdlsh'is spend- ing a few days with her^ son, LeRoy W. Bowdlsh and family at Ogdens- burg. Mrs. Jennie Roberts has returned from a trip to her home at Indepen- dence, Mo., and is stopping at the Lyons |nn., Mr. arid Mrs. Howard C. Zimmer, have returned from a week's motor trip to Montreal, Quebec; and Ster Anne De Beauprie. Miss Augusta Waters and brother, John Waters, have returned from Newark, N. J., after spending some- time with Mrs. M. D. Kinmoth. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Drew and family who have been spending 'a month at their cottage at Branting- ham Lake have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy W. Bowdlsh and son, Donald, of Ogdensburg, were the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton W t Bowdish, Sat- urday. H. B, Dobbs who has been spend- ing several weeks with his family here has returned to his position as a structural steel worker in New York City. The members of the local Fire De- partment will drive to Old Forge, Sunday, and take a motor boat to Fourth Lake, where they will have dinner at the New Neodak. The local Firemen and their fam- ilies to the number of sixty-nine motored to Old Forge, Sunday, and took motor boats to the New Neodak where they were served dinner. Against Collision, Fire Liability, Property Damage And All Other Forms of FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, HEALTH And Compensation Insurance J.D MOORE & SON Lpwrille, New York INSURANCE Fire, Compensation and Bonds ALL KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE We represent only reliable companies including the \Old Hartford\ MOORE, LEYIS & TOUSSAINT LOWVIIXE. N. Y. MMBMBBMBBaHBB CASTORLAND. Death of Leland Lewis Llnstruth In New York—Good Financial Returns From the Legion Social—Notes and Personals. You can save money buying your Clothing of Fred Marcy, Boonville Good heavy wool worsted suits, $18.00 The better grade of suits range from $19.75 to $31.00 These grades cannot be dupli- cated elsewhere for anywhere near the price. \B.VJ>.\ Union Suits at 85c or less are good values and I advise their purchase instead of substitutes. \Sealpax\ Twin Button, Step Thru Union Suite at 656 or less are real good values—much better than substitutes. \Saranac\ genuine Buckskin gloves ... 1.15 \Saranac\ genuine Buckskin gloves, heavier grade . . 1.00 Tobacco olio - Brown Striped Over- uns triple stitched . . L15 Brown Overalls, Freeland or Sunbury brand .... LOO $5.00 Hats, Full lined, our best grade .. . 8.50 Two Dollar Hats - - - - I* 60 Dollar Grade 4-in-hand Ties _ . J50 $5.00 1H-lo-V' Sweaters SJJQ Dollar Grade Black Sateen Shirts—triple stitched .... .75 U. S. Bobber Co., \Baynster\ black rubber coats .... 8.75 Very high-grade Trench Coats— sllvernlckel or leather buckles 4.50 We do not offer substitutes and hold the right to quote lower prices than those advertised. All goods are First Grade- Positively No Seconds— Nor Old Stock. It is my intention to keep the public posted on real good, high-grade, standard merchandise FRED MARCY, CLOTHIER BOONVILLE, NEW YORK A wife is a person who thinks you might as well fix a few faucets and hinges while you are too sick to work at the office. Normal human blood ia too thick to be drawn through the mosquito's smalL piercing tube. They must first inject a. thinning fluid. - In that way disease germs are set afloat in the blood stream—bacteria of burning fever and crippling disease.. There is also the danger of streptococcic in- fection (blood poisoning) from scratching the bite. Mosquitoes must be killed. * Health authorities advo- cate Fly-Tox. Simple instructions on each boWe (blue label) for killing all household insects. Insist on Fly-Tox Fly-Tox has a perfume-like fragrance It was developed at Mellon Institute of Industrial Research by Rex Re- search Fellowship.*\ Safe, stainless fragrant, sure.—adv/- See p Ride - Drive - Buy 2-D00R SEDAN 4-DOOR SEDAN $875.00 $975.00 Write or Phone For Demonstration N. C Bateman, Dealer MARTINSBURG. Death of Mrs. Amanda Greene Shaw— An* Old-Time Resident—Villagers on the Sick list Improving—Notes and Personals. (Mrs. Louis Lomber, Correspondent) Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Brasle spent last week in Glenfield. Miss Ida Root of Syracuse, is the guest of Miss Lydia Evans. Mrs. Mary Baker of Elgin, 111., is visiting her -sister, Mrs. W. F. Smith- ling. Mrs. Henrietta. Joy has returned from a three week's visit with Adams relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Meritt Jones of Copen- hagen, were Friday guests of Mi.B Lydia Evans. Mrs. John Bannon and daughter, Mary were recent guests of friends at Watertown and Brownville. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mills, of Rose Hill, were callers on Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shepard last Tuesday. Mrs. Louis Lomber accompanied Mr. and* Mrs. N. J. Connolly to Old Forge and Limekiln Lake Sunday. Mrs. B, B. Gibbs, of Portland, Me., and Mrs. Olive Jonete of Dexter, were recent guests at John Dening's. Miss Charlotte Nash received the sad news of the death of her cousin, Mrs. Lucia Murray, at Lowville. Mrs. Lester Hartley and daughter Dorothy, of Deansboro,, have been spending a few days with Emmett Shaw and Family. John Dening and family and Daniel Dening and family, were Sunday guests of Attorney and Mrs. W. J. Gardenier at Herkimer. We are £lad to report that Christian Swartzentruber has so far recovered as to be Able to be out, and that Stan- ley Young is able to sit up and hopes to be home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Smith are spending sometime in Utica, with their daughter, Mrs. Burdette Greene. While there Mrs. Smith will consult a doctor as she is In very poor health. Again we have been called upon to lose a very dear friend and neighbor, Mrs. Amanda Greene Shaw, who pass- ed away Saturday, August 10th, at 11 o'clock, after a lingering illness, caused by shock several weeks ago. Mrs. Shaw was born In Constableville, Oct- ober 10th, 1855, the daughter of David and Rachael Heath Greene. Her en- tire life was spent in Lewis county, where she made many friends who will regret her passing. She was always a kind and faithful friend and neighbor, a faithful member of the Methodist church and Ladies' Aid Society, which she attended as long as her health would permit. For many years she had been a patient sufferer, so death came as a relief to her. She is survived by her husband, six children, Mrs. Cora Dunbar\ Erie, Pa., Mrs. Lauramla Bush of East Martinsburg, Mrs. Nellfe Staring, Deansboro, Arthur Youngs, Erie, Pal, James Youngs, Lyons Falls, and Howard Shaw of Carthage. 25 grandchildren, 18 great grand child- ren, two brothers, James Greene of Constableville and Frank Greene of Taberg. The funeral was largely at- tended from the Methodist church, Tuesday, afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with interment in the local cemetery. The many beautiful flowers spoke their silent love and esteem. With roasting ears and fried chick- en in prospect, it's strange that con- gressional efforts didn't i Include a junket. According to statistics one and a third billion dollars are expended each year in America for cakes. Yet the World War proved that we are not a nation of cake eaters. OPEN FOB INSPECTION A REAL HOME FOR SALE-|s James Street Section ENGLISH COLONIAL MODEL HOME JUST COMPLETED First floor, Vestibule, Center Hall, Coat Boom with'Mirror Door, Large Living Room Dining Room and Kitchen with ample Cuphoard Room. Second Floor consists of Hall, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Clothes (piosets, Bath, Linen Closet, Clothes Chute. A Large Attic. Lots For Sale Good Sewerage C. F. SUNDERHAFT, Builder, Phone 351-W (Mrs. August Krueger, Correspond!.) Mrs. Loren Louis is quite ill. Miss La Veda Farney is spending this week at Brantingham Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Ormsby, of Wa- tertown, were callers in town Friday. Mrs. Anna Rinkenburg has bought Mrs. Sarah Roth's house on Main street. Lansing Petrie is home from New York city where he had been fop sev- eral days. Joseph Haltering, of Newark, N. J., Is spendmg^etflme time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Glenn. Miss Edith Ackerman, of Northeast, Pa., spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Virkler. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Virkler, of Syra- cuse, and Wellington Brown, of Black River, were recent visitors In town. The Rosary Society of St. Anne'a church will hold a social on Beyer's lawn Thursday evening of this week. Everyone invited. Mr. and and Mrs. Frank Bosdyke, of Rochester, and Mrs. Sophia Squires, of Carthage have been guests of Mr. and Mrs: Jesse Karcher. Mrs. Frank Sturtze with Mr. and Mrs. William Virkler,' of Lowville, left Tuesday to visit relatives at Stock- bridge, Mass., for a few days. Frank Linstruth and daughter, H. Amilda and Mrs. T. H. Glenn were in New York city last week being called there by the serious illness of Leland Linstruth. Lieut, and Mrs. J. F. Woolschlager and children leave Thursday for -a month's vacation. They will visit relatives at Oil City, Pa., and spend two weeks at Camp Perry, Ohio. - - Rev. A. B. Bass, of Adams, was a caller at the home of Frank Linstruth on Sunday. Mr. Bass was a former pastor of the Baptist church here and recently a student of Oxford, Univers- ity, England. The American Legion and Auxiliary wish to thank all who helped at the social for the benefit of the band last Thursday evening. The proceeds were $68.55, $18.80 of which was from tags sold by the Boy Scouts. The Band, also wishes to express thanks to the American Legion Auxiliary, and townspeople for the donation. The Ladles' Auxiliary Legion met with schey Monday night. Leland Lewis Linstruth, 22, died in Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York city Friday afternoon,. August 9th, follow- ing a serious attack ot tubercular meningitis. Mr. Linstruth who only came to New York ten days ago from Tucson, Ariz., where he had been re- ceiving treatment for tuberculosis, since lalfAuguat, Previous to this he had been at Ray brook Sanatorium and at Saranac Lake since 1925. He was born in Castorland March 1, 1907, a son of Frank J. and Ida Bassett Linstruth. He graduated from Low- ville Academy in 1924, and was taken ill the summer of that year. He was married August 1, 1928, to Miss Mary C. Kelly, of New York, city just be- iore leaving for Arizona. He is sur- vived by his wife, father and sister, Miss H. Amilda Linstruth. His mother having died August 19, 1923. The fun- eral was held at the home of his father Monday afternoon at 2:30, Rev. Stewart J. Veach, of Lowville, officiat- ing. Interment in Castorland ceme- tery. Mr. Raskob predicts revolution and the breaking up of the country Into three nations unless things change. Maybe that Is what ia the matter with the stock market. CLAUDE A. DEKIN Lowville, N. Y. LICENSED UNDEBTAKESB AND COMPLETE AUTO FtTNEBAL EQUIPMENT. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Our Service la Hlgh-Grade With Yean of Experience. Night OHO* Promptly Answered* Near Depot Phone The man who used to be able t name all the Presidents, has a son wh can recognize the voices of the radi announcers before they reveal their id entity. Gru** Cortouch* xyjewel movement, t29.7S The most unusual watch value in Gruen history! Why not, this summer, replace ywrdd wnat watch wi* a smart new one? Here is a Gruen Guild Watt* Gruen rectangular <aee. more _Sfej been able to offer watch few minutes to come in and sec it —today. A. H CUMMINGS, Jeweler Your eyes work even when yon play! OO C7O Uiem with new Tillyer Lenses. These lenses are accurate. You see accurately* no mat- ter whether you are looking through the center of the lenses* or glancing through the edges- Tillyer Lenses help your eyes judge distance, and direction. They make it more fun to play. Try Tillyer Lenses. B. E. PAKKEB Optometrist Miller Block Lowvtfle. N. Y. Phone 77 new, wide angle TILLYEB LENSES to the American Mrs. Walter Hlr- STRANGE AS IT SEEMS All tilings are \true that you find illustrated and explained in this big group ctfffoon, appearing daily on the sport page. 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