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RensBelaer Falls, N. Y. Owe Slone 28a P r8 THE BEE \WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE CHARITY FOR ALL.\ VOLUME 6. HEUVELTON, N. Y., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1917. NUMBER 19 THE BEE ESTABLISHED 1912. WILBUR N. LOWRY, Editor and Publisher. Published weekly on Saturday morn- ing, at Heuvelton, St. Lawrence County, N.Y. Subscription rates: Per year, 75 cents, or 50 cents when paid promptly in ad- vance. Advertising rates: 10 cents per inch, first insertion. Classified advertising: 5 cents a line. Reading notices: 5 cents per line. Legal advertisements inserted at UK- rate established by law. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We appreciate your letters. Please ob- serve the following rules: When writing for this paper, write on one side of paper only. Write plain, es- pecially names; always sign your name, and kindly oblige the editor. \Entered as second class matter April 13, 19V!, at Hie 1'ortt oilk-.e at HeuvrlUui, N. Y. undei-the Act of March :), Wl'.i.\ THY A BOTTLE OF ROSE'S CORN REMEDY NO CURE, NO PAY. JScts. W. H. ROSE The Druggist Ogdensburg, N. Y. f BUILDING A REPUTATION EVERY MAN in business li- building a reputation. EVKRY DEAL he makes is t ne morJ stone in the structure of his suc- cess. As an aid to this you need the co-operation of a good BANK. Your bank dealings are the foundation and buttress of your rej u'.ation. THE NATIONAL BANK OF OGDENSBURG. COAL. We have the bill of some COAL, which has been shipped. The Coal Company writes us that we will get our usual allotment, so don't get scarred. The price will not be any more than , at Ogdens- burg. C. A. MOORE. Classified Ads. Make Money Grow Solve the Servant Problem =:= -:- ADVERTISE nr OUR HELP WANT COLUMN. MRS. ROBERT CREIGHTON The funeral services of Mrs. Robert Creighton who died Friday morning July 6th, were hold from her late home in Dekalb Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock Rev. Mr. Robson Meth- odist pastor of Renss-llaer Falls offi- ciating. Mr. Robson spoke from the text found in Rev. 22nd chap- ter, 7 and 12 verses. \Behold I come quickly\. Interment in our Heuvelton cemetery. Mrs. Creighton retired after enjoy- ing the fire works the night of the Fourth in her usual state of health, but was found by her husband Thurs- day morning in an unconscious con- dition having suffered a stroke of apoplexy during the night; she did not regain consciousness and passed away Friday morning. She is sur- vived by five children three dauglr 'ers and two sons. Mrs. Andrew Hitchcock of Dekalb; Mrs..ytromas Dickinson of Moore's Junction;. Mrs. Tennis Tillma of Fremont Nedraska. Sons, John and Frank Creighton of this village and her husband Robert Creighton. Mrs. Creighton was a life long member of the Methodist church a devout christian, loving wife and mother. She ate not the ' bread of Idleness\ but was ever alert and active even beyond her strength. Her death came as a great shock to her friends, neighbors, children, and feeble husband who is left thus at the twilight hour in his infirmity without his companion of nearly sixty years. She was 78 years of age but active and much alive to the things of this world; but the summons came from which there was no delaying. And this aged husband waiting as it were at the shore in the even- tide can feel he is \Only waiting till the shadows are a little longer grown only waiting till the glimmer of the day's last beam has flown; Then from out the gathered darkness, Holy deathless stars shall rise. By whose light my soul shall gladly Tread its pathway to the skies.\ Let us have the news as early in the weeke as possible please. A new lot of those Heuvelton stamped tablets at the Bee office. Read The BEE. It is interest- ing. Post Cards 1 cent each at the Bee office. BIRTHDAY BAGS OPENED The entertainment given by the Ladies Aid of the M. E. church Friday evening July 6th, was inter- esting and greeted by a fair sized audience. The occassion being the opening of the Birthday bags that had been sent out some time previous. The receipts from these were nearly 42 dollars. The literary program in connect- ion with this was good. Recitations by the Misses Banford, Waffle and Jenkissoh, reading by Miss Jennie Steele. Music, by Floyd Breckinridge on the pipe organ and Mrs. Moshier on the violin; and selections on the organ by Mrs. Was.hburn. A very interesting talk by Mrs. Herbert Allen wife of doctor Allen a one time Heuvelton boy. Her talk consisted of pleasant remin- iscences of her own and her hus- band's early life and her travels through the west, north.and south, where nature can be seen in all its undisturbed grandeur and beauty. As we have said it was a very inter- esting talk and one much appreciat- ed by the Ladies Aid and all others who had the pleasure of listening. Mrs. Allen is a woman of much charm of manner and ease of ex- pression. She was given a rising vote of thanks and the Chautauqua salute. Another pleasing feature of the evening was the gift to the Ladies Aid of a beautiful linen table cloth by Miss Susan Langtry. Instead of putting in pennies denoting the years she had lived, she gave this cloth. Should we judge her years of earth life by the hundreds of pennies it took to get this gift Miss Langtry would indeed be one of the very ancients. This gift was much appreciated by the ladies and a rising vote of thanks was given Miss Lan.gtry for her generous kindness and thought- fulness. LOST —Silver Mesh Bag on on July 4th, containing a bunch of keys; C- W. Austin, engraved on the inside; Reward. Fresh Paris-Green at N. H. Bullis'; 6o cents per pound. Beginning June 4th, The Daily Syracuse Journal will be on sale at this office at 2 cents per copy, or 10 cts. a week. All the latest news. LOCAL NEWS. Miss Sophia Chamberlin arrived in town Tuesduy for a few weeks visit with her sister Mrs. James McClure. Her health is not as good as it was a year ago while here. Mrs. Mark Carr and Miss Dorris Beatty left for Waterlon, Iowa, Monduy morning by way of Niag- aria Falls, Chicago and Mason City. Mrs. Carr expects to return in a few weeks while Miss Beatty will re- main for some time longer. 'George Hutchinson, our local representative in the Railway Mail Service, is on his summer run from Utica cto Ogdensburg again. On this run he works every other week. He Spent last Sunday and Mon- day with friends at Lake Branting- ham, N. Y. and is now at his home here. Miss Mildred McRobbie of Dekalb Junction is visiting her aunt Mrs. G. A. Tann. Mrs. Marvin Davis of Minneapolis and Mrs. Erwin Benjamin of Chicago are to be week end guests of their cousin Mrs. G. A. Tann. All ladies interested in working for our soldiers are requested to meet in the Odd Fellows Hall, Thursday, July 19, at 1:30 p. m. The Watertown Daily Times and The Bee one year for $3.00 also the Daily Times on sale at this office every evening. BIG TIME NEXT SUNDAY IN THE TABERNACLE A delegation of 100 are expected from Brier Hill next Sunday after- noon to attend the services in the Tabernacle. These will be mostly \trail-hit- ters\ who were converted during the Daily Meetings held in Brier Hill some months ago. This will be a great occasion for Heuvelton. The meetings are receiving a support far in excess of fondest hope of the most optimistic. Heuvelton faces a better day in her higher spiritual life. Everybody should attend these services and boost for Christ and His Church. Get one of those \Gem\ Fount- ain pens at the Bee office. Only $1.00 each.

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