1919-07-11 - Northern New York Historical Newspapers


1919-07-11 - Northern New York Historical Newspapers


[L. U, No. 10. Brewster, Putnam County, New Yotk, Friday, July 11,1919 $2.00 Per Year

trewater Chautauqua^

le of aU Ktodi wBI Chwa at ito

lusic. lovers are promised a rare

at tbe Commanity Chautauqua

J year, for every variety of musical

IVtainment Is Included on Its pro*

The opening night attraction Is

jfamous Del Mar Ladles Quartet and

(ing Orchestra which with Its orl-

iX, attractive costumes and artistic

flngs forms a musical attraction of

fersal appial. As each of these four

ksts Is a speciallsl In her oWn par-

liar line, the enf£rtalnment Is of an

isual kind presented In an jinusufJ

, The variety of the program Is

greatest chirm, for everything

n' light, popular melodies to the

idard classical selections that can-

be heard too often Is* Included.

Pse clever artists sing as well as

\y play and In addition give dever

itatiohs and readings. It's Just an

kfashioned song fest of the choicest

|d that is designed to include every-

Jiy's favorite melodies.

Miuic niiutratod mtA


Entirely different in Its appeal Is the

l-ogram offered by the Misses Keller

jecital Company, for these two talent-

Id^ artists are presenting a program

iypjcally American music. They be-

V« that our country possesses as 6ne

lent as any European and It Is to en-

>urage tbe development of native tal-

Int that their work is designed. They

iresent the linest of American colnpo-

(itlons, Including some of Miss Luella

Jer's own work that has won the

iproval of the highest American cri-

kcs.' In addition lo their cbArmIng ren-

titlon of new and unusual composl-

jions, Miss Keller gives a brief lecture

lat will b^ appreciated by every lover

music who has not the time to de-

|[ote to lengthy study. Every one who

(as heard a piece of music and won-

ered what it was, what Is meant and

ly it was so appealing, will be glad

hear this simple inspiring talk on

le language of music, which gives suf-

Iclent background for tbe appreciation

the greatest compositions.

Muatc froBi th« Twmekm,

EquiUly stirring Is the'offering of

^he Doughboys Male Quartet, a thor

i>ughly modem offering tbaf has Its In

wcausft ours was a singing- army, It , , . „-i„ „# t Atn ni i

at both. This group of Amerl-

ins comes direct from the trenches

>f Fra^ io bring t^e songs of cheer

it we^e sung on the firing line. They

•sent our patriotic music in an In­

spiring manner and is addition, they

tve a group of those snappy, dashing

trench songi written by the soldiers

themselves—tongs which are, perhaps,

aost characteristic of soldier life.

lese are so typically American In

virit and style that they will, without

>ubt, be preserved as the most charac­

teristic music of our times. These rep­

resent the thoroughly modern spirit

rhich music lovers will welcome in or-

er that they may contrast it with what

best Ip the older music that they

ive known and loved.

TW Cnmm WamUr Otttiiiff.

'Wilson H. Crane rarely takes a day

He Is usually needed to help out

lome celebrations. His family decided

[lliat he must have a real outing oa the

[Fourth. Rye Beach was decided upon as

[tbe objective. One hour on the Harlem

ijasscmbled the family at White Plains

id another hour oo the trolley Intro-

iccd tbe sand and swimming and

Pscorchlng sun at Rye. Appuently all of

Itlie lnm>itants of the surrounding

fcpuntry had decided that the veath-

jcr was ideal for an outing at the sea

lore. AUghtiog from the trolley car

Ir. Crane's firsi discovery was that

ba4 stepped on somebody's foot. He

ras about to apollglze when somebody

[stepped on his fogt. All of tbe mem-

Ibcrs of his family complained of like

livtrcductory experiences. Upon loves-

tigatiof Mr. Crane's further discovery

Indicated that the crowd was so great

and the area of Rye so limited that

I standing room on the sand for more

than one but at a time was prohibitive.

He lookei^wiih envy upon a bunch of

oue-legged soldiers from a hospital

Dear by, disporting themselves In the

rater and upon the sand. He attempted

10 "move oo" in response to the sug­

gestion of a man lo uniform, but his

leet were under pressure ai every step.

Tbe only chance for relief was tbe

trolley car. Transportation to a cooler

sector and less congested environment

was easy and there the family enjoyed

a basket lunch sufficient for all needs.

Mr. Crane was delighted and astonish­

ed by the multitude on hand to wel­

come and test the financial standing

aU visitors. He expects to visit Rye

each again but not on a holiday.

"Sight WalWV'^OM cLkt.

The Teagardens at Peach Lake sup-

iply niebt walkers at one cent each.

[Last night Dr. Teagardeo earned 58.67

Igafbering this elusive and effective

[bait for white perch. A flash light,

nimble fingers and a tomato can are

tbe^only tools needed to catch and

[Store this commodity.

Mn. Whalay EntertalM B^flUto.

The regular monthly meeting of the

Woman's Mission Circle of the Baptist

church was held at the home of Mrs.

W. T. Whalfy on Wednesday afternoon.

The meeting opened with the singing

of ''Work for the Night Is Coming."

Devotional service led by Mrs. Stadt-

feld. After tbe regular business Mrs.

Irvlng*Heed, of Crot6n Falls, secre­

tary of the Home Mission work for the

Union Baptist Association, was iritro-

.ced and gave «o Interesting talk of

her experiences In caring for and en­

tertaining a young widowed Italian

mother and her two little girls tsslgn-

ed to her for a two weeks outing.

These were wards of the Judson neigh-

borhood House,.of Washington Square,

New York, and I* was through Inter­

est In the work of that Mission insti­

tution Mrs. Reed had learned of the

needs of little Ida and Roma and their

dark eyedf devoted mother. The Jud­

son Neighborhood House which was

formerly the Jay Gould mansion Is do­

ing extensive Christian AmericinUa-

tlon work and a list of Its present

needs were read by Mrs. Reed with a

suggestion of co-operative work In

furnishing supplies. The Announcement

was also made of an Invitation from

Mrs. F. A. Purdy to the Mission cir­

cles of the Baptist churches of Brew­

ster and Croton Falls to hold a Joint

meeting at their Peach Lake camp on

Tuesday, August 12. Mrs. M. E.

Bloomer, of New York, an ofSclal of

the State Board will be present. A hap­

py and profitable excursion Is antici­

pated. After the Wednesday meeting

a lawn social was enjoyed at > Mrs.

Wha]ey*s with a picnic supper, the

families of the members of the^ So­

ciety Joining in the gOod time.

T«aiMrwc« CUldrMi C«Ubnte. .

The annual L. T. L. fair on Wed­

nesday afternoon at tl^e home of the

Superintendeiit, Mrs. W. H. Crane, was

well patronized. The decorations gave

the lawn a very festive appearance.

Flags, bunting and flowers were dis­

played to advantage upon the porch

and at the tables when ice cream,

cake, pop corn, candy and fancy work

and novelties were sold. The children

were highly delighted with the fine

weather. ,

During the'period of the war In

spite of many difficulties tbe Army of

Loyal Temperance Legioners has con­

tinued to Increase. There are now en-


this en-


against the use of Intoxicants, tobacco

and profanity. Their membership dues

for the year amounted to 94,790.

Much has been done through Medal

Contest work, bands of nKrcy aod

antl-arcotic appeals. Only those Inti­

mately associated with the work, real-

iziB the value of organlzlnt children

of the community for temperance work.

Their motto chosen years ago "Tremble

King Alcohol, We shall Grow Up," was

on the banner of many boys and girls

now voters. The truths and precepts

then taught have become unbending

principles of right and Justice. Tbe

continued patronage and Interest shown

in the L. T. L. is evidence that the

residents of Brewster approve and ap­

preciate the good work accomplished

by the Legion.

CvflMs C«BBoa AwMdad.

In announcing this week the win­

ning towns and cities that are award­

ed captured German cannon, three

small communities of New York Slate

leap to the forefront as the result of

patriotic response by their popula­

tions to the appeal by tbe Uberty Loan

Committee to subscribe for Victory


Ten German canooos, captured by

Americau' forces in battle in France,

go as prizes to (en communities in tbe

Second Federal Reserve District, to be

held as permanent awards for duties

well performed. Here are tbe winners

in Ne / York State:

Detcriet subscribed by »30t,S00

which was \,120% of Its quota of

fi6,500. Roles governing tbe compe­

tition called for the sale of Victory

Notes to more than 20 per cent, of the

population and this percentage for De-

feriet was only 160. The total number

of subscribers recorded for tbe non-

banking town was 55S. There were

1,493 communities In the class of De-

feriet lo the race for a cannon and

only two guns to be awarded.

Union was asked to subscribe |129,-

700. Tbe people there responded by

loaning il633.t50. which was 488% of

the quota. Twenty per cent, of tbe

population was officially given as 385.

The total number of subscribers was

387. There were 3 56 communities

Competing for two cannon in this class.

Union aod WtllkUl winning.

The qoota for WaUklll was 030.900.

Tbe community responding • by sub­

scribing fi27;45o, which was 412%

of the amount requested. Twenty per

cent, of the population is 140 per­

sons. The total number of subscribers

was 183.

The avic'CIub*wm meet at the

Town Hall on Monday. July 14. at 3:30.

Those interested lo the sewing project

are requested to atteod aod the ladies

wUI be asked for a report of their


Anaittl MMlint of W. C. T. U.

The annual business meeting of the

W. C. T. U. was held with Mrs. C-

P. Truran on Thursday afternoon. In

the absence of the president, Mrs. E.

A. GaNun presided. Committees were

appointed to arrange a change qf pro­

gram for the ensuing year as follows:

To designate places of meetings^—Mrs.

H. B. Truran and Mrs. D. H. Bloomer.

To select subjects:—-Mrs. • W. H.

Crane and Mrs. C. A. Hopkins.

To announce dates, places and sub­

jects.—Mrs. P. F. Beal,* Mrs. M. E.

Truran and Mrs. H. B. Chown.

After' the monthly reports, Mrs.

Joseph Losee was chosen leader. An­

nual 'sports being In order, Mrs. David

French, superintendent of the Depart­

ment of CoHsperatiorf with Missionary

Societies said.that more than 4,ooo

postals had been collected and sent

for Foreign work among children. The

Mverage' was about four pounds per

monlh. The package this month was

forwarded to the Paul Grove school

In Corea.

Mrs, GaNun for the Evangelistic De­

partment reported special days of pray­

er celebrated, of meetings held at the

County Farm and of personal visits and

letters written.

Mrs. W. H. Crane for tbe Loyal

Temperance Le^on gave the usual in­

teresting meeting of the Seniors, the

Young Crusaders and the Wlllard

Club, while tbe Sunshine Band had

observed every meeling day' with In-

teresthig programs and had gained In

membership. Mrs. Hopkins reported

nine young men formeriy members of

the t. T. L. and Y. P. B. having been

In U. S. serAice during tbe late war.

And of the success of the Branch In

their work on' W. C T. U. Tag Day

when they succeeded In raising over

846 for the Jubilee drive.

The secretary, Mrs. M.' E. Truran,

gave a good report of the work done

by the Union during the year, of the

>36i raised for the drive, of the Brew­

ster W. C. T. U. being placed on tbe

State Honor Rolj,>rlth a membership of

over 100 and having raised an ad­

ditional purple ribbon badge for gain

In new members during the year.

Mrs. GaNun reported special'work

for the Red Cross at 16 sewing bees

and much knitting done by individual

members and 082.5S' contributed by


Ti». ivw^ir. ^ as,. T P •''T'^\\m**V^°^

treasurer, showed more' money Hlseff^ '

and expended than ever before In the

history of the Society. The depart­

ments of Flower Mission, Rescue and

Sunday scbdbl work gave their usual

good reports. The election of officers


.President—Mrs. P. F. Beal.

Rec. Sec.—Mrs. M. E. Truran.

Cor. Sec—Mrs. E A GaNun.

Treasurer—Mrs. J, E. Pugsley.

Sec Y. P. B.—Miss Florence Shove.

Sec U T L.—Mrs. W. H. Crane.

Sec White Ribbon Recruits—Mrs. D.


The assistants to the; secretariei

and the superintendents of departments

will be appointed by the president. Tbe

list to be published later.

A vocal trio by Mrs. C P. Truran,

Miss Cora Sherwood and Mrs. H. B.

Truran i' piano solos by Miss Reglna

Wheeler and readings by Mlsa Emily

Watson were entertainment numbers

well rendered and greatly enjoyed.



An exceedingly artistic page of sub­

urban homes Illustrated advertising

was printed in Sunday's Tribune by

the Merriam agency. ML Kisco. Among

the write ups we noiice the foltowing:

"The views from the property are

wonderful but the camera cannot re­

cord the breathless majesty of a cer­

tain vista through century old oaks

and hemlocks, of the winding of those

waters ever laving the feet of Mount

Muscoot, drowsing away lo tbe prime­

val loveliness of a view unsullied by

tbe hand of man."

Tody Hamilton for over a quarter

of a century the rarest and richest de­

scriptive writer on things primerval

and majestic, such as roaring lions and

their haunts in jungles was considered

the limit in extravagant use of words

exrpessive, of imaginative, etheral con­

ditions which exist near Mt. Kisco

where winding waters wash the feett of

Mount Muscoot wbile it sleeps.

TriboM FfMfc Air Fud.

Dr. T. A. Marsland representing the

New York Tribune Fresh Air Fund ad­

dressed representative ladles of Brew­

ster at the home of Mrs. Arthur Strang

Thursday afternoon io behalf of the

poor children of New York City. The

Tribune has been.engaged In this work

for tbe past 42 years and Is caring for

more than fi.ooo children through their

13 fresh air homes annually. They also

solicit among the residents of various

communities. Appeal Is made to the

people of Brewster in behalf of these

children. A committee of dadies rep­

resenting the various churches of

Brewster are oow seeking hospitality

for these little ones. They invite all to

take interest in this work. Mrs. E. R.

Richie, Mrs. A. G. Strang, Mrs. L. B.

Lent. Mrs. Francis O'Brien. Mrs. W.

H. Lvon. Mrs. H. M. Reynolds. MrSu C

A. Hopkins, Miss Agoes WhHc


Squire Bernard Romans, nephew of

George A. Romans, Turk Hill, and Miss

Bessie Marie Fisher, were married at

Haines, Oregon, on Manday, July 7.


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wesley Marvin,''

of New York, announce the marriage

of their daughter, Eleanor Sands, to,

Frederick Schrafer. of Buffalo, Wyom­

ing, In the Cathedral of St. John, the

Divine, in the City of New York, on

Thursday, July 3, 1919.


Major tflerbert Harold Vreeland and

MissAline-Marie Baylin, daughter of Ma­

dame Eioi l^yJin, were married at the

home'of the bride, Canderan, Goronda,

France, on July 2. Major Vreeland's

command has received oi'ders to pro­

ceed to St. Nazarle, a debarkation port

on or about July i5. It Is probable

they will reach America about Aug. \.

On the wedding day the parents of the

groom gave a dinner party al Rest-a-

While In celebration of the happy


A royal welcome awaits tbe prin­

cipals. The announcement by Mr. and

Mrs. Vreeland Indicates that they will

be at home at Rest-a-while befort

August fifteenth to October first.

WelcDm^lTlt F.^D. War Vetmu.

Eari Merritt, Robert Wilkin and

Murray H. Wlltse, Brewster R. F. D.

Carriers, who were not "too proud to

fight" and left the Federal service and

tbe paths of peace at home to Join the

Allied forces engaged in a war for^de­

mocracy in France, have~ "finished the

Job" and are now renewing tbe ac­

quaintance of Yanjcee rations.

Tbe Brewster House on Thursday

evening' was the scene of a welcome

not unlike other festive gatherings re­

ported in every vUlage on this side of

the Atlantic in honor or returning sons.

Only fourteen covers were laid. Post-

raaajer Thorp was toastmaster. The

veterans were seated upon either side.

Assistant. Postmaster Leon Garnsey, P.

O. Clerks Herbert Merritt and Charles

O'Hara. Substitute .E. M. Sloat. Trans­

portation agents Clarence Tuttle and

Thomas Brennan and carriers made up

the party. Isaac Vermllyea, Frank Ros-

coe. Frank MackM and George H.


Landlord Briggs providedfor the oc­

casion a national color scoeme of red-

white and blue and a menu never sur­

passed at any home prepared feast.

The fact that Veterana Merritt, WUjUn

and Wlltse were kept "after schooF*

as it were for many months, does not

Indicate that they offended against any

rules. On the contrary they returned

with good records and good appetites

**tbc Ifttter now fully satisfied.

BrmnUr PUylac Good BUL

When the Standard went to press on

July 4 Brewster was Joyous and satis­

fied wHh a 5 to 2 victory over White

Plains. The game bristled with enter­

tainment The temperature was well up

but In spite of beat both teams played

with snap and earnestness. The scorer

fell by the wayside Only three hHs

off Charles Tuttle and only four off

Buck Flewellitt and good support kept

the score down. The crowd was the

largest ever seen at a morning game,

but the Contributions were very


The afternoon game went to White

Plains. Jack Needbam was on the

moond for Brewster and did well* but

be was not up to the speed of the

Whfte Plains twirier. Up to the seventh

Inning It was anybody's game. Then

Brewster faltered, and Whiu Halns

woa 6 to 1, The umpire did his part

well and satisfactorily In both occa-


Ralph DePalma'a Rite.

Tmi Yem Aco ThouMnda SMiod on

the Gnmd Stusd at HM DubniT Fair

Saw Ralph DaPaima Horiad Throvgk

tha Air asd against the Tmtik ol a

TrM. The Standard of Oet. IS.

1909t Reported the Accfdant-aa Fol-


Friday furnished an Interesting

racing card and Saturday's auto events

were thrilling and would have been

successful, but for the i^Ishap to De-

Palma the daring driver of the Flati

"cyclone." The accident happened on

the last lap of the five mile handicap

and was caused by tbe bursting of a

tire. His only serious Injury was a com­

pound fracture of the thigh.

Hjs own version of the accident Is

Interesting. The machine has a normal

speed of 110 miles an hour. It was tiot

working perfectly Saturday and during

tbe greater part of the race was run­

ning an two cylinders. When he took

the turn Just before the accident oc­

curred, the driver had the throttle open

wide and with two cylinders In opera­

tion was moving at' a pace estimated

at between 50 and 60 miles an hour.

Suddenly one or both of the remaining

cylinders began working and'^the speed

of the engine was so accllerated that

the speed of the automobile Increas-

•ed to approximately 80 miles an. hour

within a distance of iO or l5 feet.

Tbe strain upon the tires during the]

second or two that the machine was

Jumping ahead at this rate was tre­

mendous and tbe shoe of one of the

rear tires was wrenched loose. The

result of such an accident is almost

invariably the overturning of the ma­

chine. He also said that he considered

the track In no way to fault for the

accident, that be found the track an

almost Ideal one for a half mile course.

Ralph DePalma to-day surveys the

world of automobile racing from the

pinnacle of every race driver's hope—

the all around championship. He Is tbe

master driver. In the same sense that

there is an all around champion ath­

lete. Every division of automobile rac­

ing—hill climb, dirt track, road and

speedway performance—pays the tri­

bute of its records to his art and


Tbe eleven years that span his rac­

ing career from novice to champion are

decked with remarkable triumphs and

le can look back to OM season In


Mra. Adam Wa«T.

The following was taken from the'

Cltiten Herald, of Walden, of Thurs­

day, July 3:

Mrs. Adam Wiley, widow of the late

Dr. Adam'Wiley, died yesterday morn­

ing at her home, 34 Bergen Ave., after

a lingering illness, aged 70 years.

Deceased wlis a most estimable wo­

man. She was born on shipboard off

tbe coast of Newfoundland, April 27,

1849. She moved from Brewster, N.

Y., to WaUklll about 30 years ago and

about 12 years later moved to Walden.

Surviving her are one son. Justice

Henry L. Wiley and one daughter. Miss

Bessie Wiley, both of this vlllaget a

brother, Joseph L. Sweetman, of

Brewster, N. Y.j three- sisters, Mrs.

Clayton Merrick, Mrs. Samuel Barrett

and Miss Anna Sweetman and step­

mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Sweetman, all

of Brewster, N. Y.

Deceased was a member of the

Methodist church of which Rev. W.

H. Lofthouse will conduct funeral ser­

vices at the late home at 2 o'clock on

Saturday afternoon.

Boy Burned with Paraffin.

Kenneth, the little six year>old son

of Mr. and Mrs. William Palmer, of

Carmel avenue, was badly burned on

last Saturday by hot paraflln. Mrs.

Palmer had,left the wax to melt and


CoHVMittdna and Confareneas o£ MCK

and Wuiliwrf>|HiabHcana have femn.

Held hi nasy Up-SWta tUitrict*,. Aa

have baan Ptfptdar and of Great Aa-

•iatanca to all Conceniad. Ptttnam

Naadi Uin Awalwninf.

heat over the oil stove while she step­

ped out of the room -for a moment.

She returned quickly but found that


Mrs. Joseph WUson and children,

of New York Qty, are spending the

summer with her mother, Mrs. Mary


Adrian Pauw, of Hobofcen, spent the

4th with Mr. aod Mrs. Hi D. Knapp.

Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Taylor motored

from Maine aod were guests of Mr.

and Mrs. B. L. Rathbun ovti the week


Mr. aod Mrs. James Simpsoo aod

family, of Carmel, were guests of Mr.

and Mrs. J. W. Ritchie on Sunday.

Francis Creighton, U. S. Navy, is

enjoying a furdougb with his parents.

Mr. and Mrs. James Creighton.

Joseph Kearns was at home for the

holiday and week end.

i^t. and Mrs. James Dakin, of Lud-

lonville was with their daughter, Mrs.

Thomas Wallace, over the week end.

A motor pariy from Massachuselis

camped on the Hopkins farm over the


"Governor Smith felt that it was

necessary to make a short swlog

around tbe state." OrdioarUly a man's

fences do not require fixin' the first

month that he is io office. But Smith

is a Democrat and storms are always

reported during a Democratic adminis­

tration. For further reference consult

ths Wilson administration, Washing-

ton, D. C


yfalcb be won seventeen out of nine­

teen races In which he started and to

yet another when he won every race

he entered.

DePalma Is an American, born

thirtyrfour years ago In Trola, Italy.

His father moved to this country twen­

ty-five years ago and the future rac­

ing driver took his seat on a school

bench In Brooklyn at the age of 9.

When tbe teacher uked every pupil

present to write his or her name the

bright eyed little feUow from overseas

wrote "Raffaele DePalma"—and you

have to hear an enthusiastic Italian roll

that out lo get the full benefit of the

rich I'i io It. Teacher looked over his

shoulder and said: "That's too hard.

Hereafter your name Is Ralph."

So Ralph entered Into the studies

and sports of the native born Ameri­

cans. The bicycle attracted him above

all other means of transportation and

recreation. He wanted one. As he says,

"What chance did a ten-year-old In

an Italian wheat {merchant's rather

numerous family have of getHng a bi­

cycle?" He answered the question him­

self with self-constructed relations with

a neighborhood grocer and a neighbor­

hood bicycle dealer.

Tbe grocer would give him a dollar

a week for delivering groceries via

new bicycle; the dealer /would give

him a wheel oo |i a week lostalJments.

The deal was made and Ralph got

the wheel. But there was so much en­

joyment io ridiog the wheel chat the

grocery bosloess fell off and soon

there was no dollar a week to put

down on his bike. Finally there war a

reluctant conference with the bicycle

dealer—Frank Baker * of Brooklyn—

and things looked bjue for any more

cycling till Mr. Baker suggested that

maybe the demon rider would like to

work for him as a bicycle mechanic

at |18 a week. From that it was » step

to bicycle racing and a long, long way

to the driving championship.

The first bicycle race Ralph DePalma

entered he did not show for place. The

second, ^till no place. But in the third

he won the novice race and moved into

the amateur dasy. That was nineteen

years ago.

Then came the motorcvcle and De­

Palma took to the new field immedi­

ately and won almosi every race be

entered until one day he was unable to

resist the temptatipo to go back into

an unusually interesting bicycle race-

under an assumed name. He von and

ducked into the crowd and iried to

?.ook like a spectator, without hope of

gain or reward. But a shrewd-eyed

amateur association dragged him fortb

^nd suspended him from all athletic

activities for five vears.

With 1908 and the lifting of th*^ sus-

renston came his entry info automO'

tile racing. He was serving as R me­

chanic when .he got his first oproriu

the parafin had Ignited from the flame

of the oil stove and was in danger of

setting the room on fire. She screamed

to her husband who was Just outside

and he came in, grabbed- the handle

of the saucepan containing tbe burn­

ing wax and started to carry It out of

doors. Just as he got to the door

a guat of air from outside caused the

flames to blow back In bis face. In

order to avoid them he took a step

backward and as he did so the sauoe-

j)an tipped, spilling some of the boil­

ing paraffin on little Kenneth who was

in a portable bath tub near the door.

The fact of the child being pariially

under water probably saved him from

worse injury but as it was his legs and

other surfaces were badly and "pain­

fully burned. But the little chap has

been very patient through all the suf­

fering he has thus endured and It Is

hoped that the burns will heal rapidly

hoped that the burns will heal rapidly.

-Tlio liMl|w»>1TOTMa ConurfptioK

Denying that disarmament Is to be

brought about through tbe League of

Nations, Senator Borah of Idaho in a

speech in. the Senate also asserted

thar unless conscription were en­

forced it would be utterly impossible

to carry out Article X and certain

other phases of the League covenant.

"These two principles—the estab­

lishment of the freedom of the seas

and the elimination of conscription

—were the two great principles

which were promised to the people

of the worl


Miss Susie Doyle, of White Plains,

Is spending her vtcitlon here.

The Rainbow Club met with Mrs.

•Alec Burgess Tuesday evening.

T*e McCollum houses is 6lled to

overflowlhg with sumnier boarders.

Harold French Is now employed with

the American Assembly Machine Ca

A number of friends picnicked at

(he home of Wilbur Knapp on the 4th.

Mlsa May Anios, of New York City.

is Ihe guest of hert||jter. Mrs. D. C.

Halght • '^ '

The Butler and QIark families en-

Joyed a iofptlal, PlUtsburg, suffering from the

resell oi gas attack over seas. He was

VUnliMur ^8 days following the attack

*ar& Ills limbs were at times partially

If jtr.ljsed. His left arm and lelt leg

arc vCll -iffecled- His respiration is

A guest at the home of Mr. and

Mrs. Arthur Smith losi a valuable leather

wallet between the residence of Mr.

Smith and the base ball grounds on

July 4, It was an alligator wallet containing

a considerable amount of

money and a Liberty bond. The

owner has offered a liberal reward for

return of the sanie.

Rev. Mr. Shaw, of the Union Theological

Seminary filled the pulpit of the

Presbyterian church on Sunday. It Is

expected that he will be present again

on next Sunday and conduct all of the

regular services of the church. The

evening service will be held at 7ii5

p. m. It Is hoped that as many as possible

will be present during the month

of July. Thereafter the church wUI be

closed for a month,

Mrs. Christopher a>ok died at her

home near Llncolndale on last Friday

after several week's serious Illness.

She Is survived by her husband, her

mother, Mrs. O'Brien, who lived with

her and two sisters, Mrs. Adrlap

Smith, of Llncolndale and Mrs. Fred

Young, of Pleasantvllle. Mrs. Cook

was In her 46fh year and had been

ailing during the past six months. Th«

funeral services were held at SIL

Joseph's church, Croton Falls, on

Wednesday at to a. m. Rev. E. J.

Beary officiated. Interment at Somers.

MsBttrooB Hyp»crlay.

Replying to the congratulations of

the Emperor of Japan on the occasion

of his departure for a visit lo the

United States, President Wilson said:

"Your Majesty's message of felicitations

Js received with the greatest gratification.

II has been a privilege to cooperate

with the very able representatives

of Japan in developing the terms

of peace which Inevitably Involve the

interests of the whole world. I believe

with your Majesty that the results

achieved forecast a new era in the

world's history because they Kive promise

of a peace In which Justice will

not be Imperiled by selfish Initiative

->ri the part of any single nation." Oh.

monstrous ^ypocrisyl And this exchange

of congratulations was made

over the body of ravished Shantung.

After Judas Iscarlot had counted bis

30 pieces of silver he was oveAvbelmed

with remorse at what he had done

and went out and banged himself. At

leas! be had the virtue which comes

from shame of a treacherous act.

also uuceriain. His mother, Mrs. P. place of transacting business In the

Lecoaid. bas received from Washing- town of Carmel, Putnam County,

ti'O, a picture of Ihe company in New York, on or before the 22d day

-tfWcli her son was a member and also of September, 1919.

:.n eniraved honor roll, he being the D»ted, March li. I9i9.

only soldier in this vicinity ihus hon-j CUYTON RYDER.

«red. .. ' Swcutor.

A Spimgtime



(Oowvltbt Ilia, tr til* UeClu* Mtw»*

Mpir BrBdte*t«.>

Big BUI Sh^doa was decidedly not

s Watenier, One oould bare guessed

that fact by hli air of r«tn-o*-« refined,

courteous, bat oerertbeless deai^

ly obvious t«m-sufBcleDt>foiHxiyBeIt

manner. The manner, howsiver, was

not oC BUI'S cam choodng; rather was

It a tvodoct of enTtrooment, More*

over, It was a-source of desD frlevance

to him, for.try as hard ss ha might be

could not make friends, with a reserve

as ImpenetrBble as the Bocfe of Olbroltar

rising between himself and every

one be meit Em the glad spontaneity

of a merrr Western dty, where friend.

Ilness was the rule, rather than the re*

verse, seemed not to melt tbe Ice.

How ctmld Ms new-fonnd acqnain^

onces divine for tbemsdves that wltl»>

In his six feet balk of calDt blond nondialance

lay a desire for adrentore u

keen as that of some twelve-yearHold

devotee of Nick Carter; or that the

wistful look Bhowlog forth every now

and then from hirdeep gray eyes h^

tokened only tbe strong desire that

somewhen, sooner or Istsr, some one

woold notice him and really like bhn

In spite of himself. No wonder he

moped; and no wonder Amit Delia

•tood at her wit's end to entsAaln him.

She bad fed blm to the fattening

point; she (md Introduced him to torn

to erery one she knew; she hod waited

glance.^ There seemed no graceful

way of escape. So Bill threw back

the long French nindow and stood

bravely watting for events to happen.

"Ir^ne. this Is my nephew, BUl Sheldon,

from the East" cnlled Atlbtle

Bascom from the the other room.

Bill gravely at^oowledged the introduction

with a bow, striving menntlme

to down the rising reserve which was

alu^-sya Intensified by atmeetbig with

a stranger.

.Tm pleased* to meet Ttm." Irene's

fnll-thronted voice rang oat pleasantly

ai she extended her firm white hand

and raised ber blue,, blue eyes to his.

She waited tor DO resen-e to melt In

fact she nelthw felt nor noticed any

such thing.

"Do you play tennis?" she loqulrwl,

with a glance toward the racket In ber


Then BUl surprtsed himself. "Jnsi

try me," he answered, '*wheo you finlah

your errand."

Auntie Basccsn heaved a sigh of r»*

lief ss tb^ walked off tctgethw.

"Iraie*!! keep him amused tot a Uttle

whUe.'* she ejacnUted, **althottgh I

know be won't approve of her romih

Ing ways." s

Somehow there wss not any naon

talk of going home, ahd~ someh^ Bill

began to take an interest in bis visit

Never did Aont DeUa attribute thU

change to the lively Irene, for tUbre

was alwaj's s crowd of young people

together. Her enlli^tenment came sad*

dcnly and unlntentlooally.

BUl had gone away for the evening.

The d(«hes had been carefully washed

and dried. The soft evening breeae

blew by the open door with a pulling

force. Throwing a shawl atwut her

should^v, Aunt Delia started across

tbe garden path to her Delghbor*a, Mrs.

Roberts, tor 'a chat It was a walk

that she loved. The moonlli^t was

on blm more tenderly than his owp soft «nd scented. I^ tluoghts turn­

auther vonld haw douw **pg***»^ as a pocketplece snd locky oobb and

on the south side of the highway lead­ had toood affinity with bar feet this was the flrat hint galbsd by the

ing from Deans Corners to Drewv'Ue "Tangh." gasped BUI, snd •Xoagbl* detectives as to wfaeia UM7 iboold

and commencing In the middle o< the *^bi aaatli^ who's the yoaug Uuti luat look for tbe morderer, who w«s sob-

highway and opposite a cross cut in doprr

seqoeatly spprebeoded sod eoovlctad.

a stone In the fence about twenty- Aont Dens csjefolly set her pbs

It wu a minute tiUik this hkadtng

three feet westerly of the west en­ crust In the yellow mUlng bovL vtpad

over a COIIK b^t it bnraght tba miuv

trance of a gateway on the adjoining her **flniis and came at her p^"s

'derer to the just paulshnient whldi

premises and lands of Josephine Rus­ nephew's excited call.

his crime deserved. Bad ha ctancad

sell; thence running southerly in line

OO any other pleea of mossy tn his

niist's no young lady,** atis cArrecfr

with the cross cut In the stone above

pocket~and it was afterwards Icosvn

ed. *Dist Is Irene Boberts^ Why.

mentioned and along lands of Josephine

that be had a podietfal of nwflsy

I've kaova that cbUd vi^ stncs gha

Russdl in a direct line to a cross cut

lis woQfaS in all pnbahimy have s»

was horn."

In a stone on a fence in the edge of

matned undlacoveredv^^ondon UalL

the woods; and which stone Is twenty-

"Bow UHU IS that •n&tlel'* *%|^ i^^


ohe feet and nine inches easicrly of

the westerly abutment of a btrway *WiAI, oow, let me ssa. Ik oast »• If Yaw Cyas Ara TIratf.

leading Into the woods; thence run­ twenty yews or CbanalxmtSi* Bob Seat yoonett on ODA gtda og Uka

ning easterly along the fence In the raised his eyebrows QolttfeaSy, bat saaa, fadng the w«a



int to Stitiic,' I hereby orippoint

the term of the Govart

of the County of Pntnam In

ite of New York, for the trlil

ei of law and fact and the hear-

'nd determination of all criminal

fa of W|hlch said Court bu Jnrlth^

at which a Grand Jury and a

ury will be required to attend,

'held in the Court Hohse In the

%t Carmel, in said County tn the

91$, as follows:

the first Tuesday of June and

e Second Tuesday of December,

rther order and appoint the

of the County Court of the

y of Putnam In the State of

York, for the trial of Issues of

e hearing and decision of raoand

other proceedings at which

ry will be required to attend,

held in the Court House In the

aid town of Carmel, on the aecnd

fourth Tuesday of each month

t the office of the County Judge

tnam County In the VUlage of

Spring, In said County, on the

and tthlrd Saturday of each month,

t during the months of January


ted, December 16, i9i8.

led December 16, 1918.


Putnam County Judge.


,CB, 8S.1

WARD S. AGOR, Clerk of the

County of Potnam'and of

the County Court of said

County, do'hereby certify

that the preceding Ii a trae

[S.) copy of the original designation

of the terms of the

County Ctturt of the County

of Putnam for the year 1919,

now on file In my office.


. ^anty Qcrk.

iJE COURT or rvniAM


Pursuant to Statute, I hereby order

id appoint ,the terms of the Sarroite

Court of the County of Putnam

the St«te of New York for the trial

Issues of law and fact and for the

irlng and determination of all mat-

\n of which said Court has Jurisdlc-

>n, at which a Trial Jury will be re*

ired to attend, to be jbeld In the

lurt House in the town of Carmel,

said County, In the year 1919, u


Go the second Mondayi of Ite

>ntha of January. March, May, July,

feptember and November.

>ated, December I6, 191S.



filed December 16, 1918.


OFFICE, ss.:


of the County of Put*

•nam and ex-ofiido dcrk ol


the Surrogate's Court, do

(bereby certify that the preceding

U a true copy ol Ibe

original designation of the

trial terms of the Surrogate

Court of the County of Putnam

for the year 191^, now

ca fik In my office.



PwMMBt to •• a»fcv of Chi HD*.

I. Bennett Southard, Surrogate of the

}Uttty of Patnam, N. Y^ notice Ir

lereby given to ttl persons having

laims against the estate of James

riltse. latc'crf the Town of Southeast,

said County, deceased, to present

Ihe same with the vouchers thereof to

[he undersigned admiotstratrlx of the

(oodt. cbatels and credits of aahl de-

Eeased at her residence and place of

{[ransacting buslnes* In the village of

tewster, Putnam County. New York,

or before the SOtfa day of August,


, Dated, February 20. i9l9.



PiuMMt to MS Oa4a> of 4* Uoa.

fj. Bennett Sonthard, Surrogate of the

County of Putmm. N. Y., notice Is

bereby given to all persons having

daims against the eetate of John

Snlliv«n, tn said Coonty, deceased, to

present the noc with the voucher*

lereof to t^ aadersigoed executrix

the will of John SuUivaa. deceas-

Icd. at her residence apd place of

transacting basiDess in the town of

Southeast. Putnam Connty, Hew

Y«rk, on or bcfoKc the 2Sth day of

June, 1919.

Dated, Dec 9, I9i8.




AUoracy tor Execntrlx.

PoTMiaBi to an Ordv of tha Hnu.

J. Bennett Southard, Surrojfte pi

(the County of Putnam, N. Y.. notice

is hereby given to all persons having

daims against the estate of Thomas

FureU, late of the Town of Southcast,

in said County, deceased, to

present the same with the vouchers

tbe/eof to the uoderdgned administrator

of the goods, chattds and

credits of said deceased, at his residence

and place of transacting business

in the tows of Southeast. Putnam

County, N«w York, on or before

the iltb day of Octobe«; 1919.

Dated, April 3. 1919.



As a minority organUatlon the

Democratic pvty can make great

claims. Bui as a leading force U has

much to learn. It has been said that

Democrats tee no value in leadership.





"Health \» Wealth." aays Louise Uc-

Xntyre^ who bna sbovn UuraaaDda of

people bow to get well and keep well

by the tiae of a texc simple exerclsea.

Her temou Temple Beulth Club tn

Bm Pta&clacn, the largest of its kind

In (he country, Iiaa been the menna

of belpttig tho^iaanda to health' and

tUVpUkCift Ber'lecture bae been prevented

ID every burse city of the eomiti7

vheiB emool^ chorchea nnd pub*

nc ftDdlea bare endoreed It as one of

Qw OkOit piictlcal lectorea of Ita kind

yet gireik Louie McXncyre sptmrs on

(te third afternoon of the Oomnnmlty

GheotsQiiQa end win give eveiTone a

flytng ftHit on the road to gBBBter


Dr. C W. MvdHdl a V. M


OlBOi^ W. J. Hope Drug Store.

*PboDe 74 or 45-R.

An Calli Attended to Promptty.

The humber of candidates there are

for places on Republican tlckcta

throughout the slate proves that Republicans

generally are confident of

success this fall and of victory a year

hence. When there Is a desire tP get

on a ticket It Is an unmistakable sign

of healthful conditions In the party.


Tlie Peak

of Tire Valve

Radm '"CoBolry Road?


ou hear only good wordt for Radne

YTiret. The "Countfy Road^' or the

'*Multi-Mile*' Cord demoutratet ita luperiority

in acttiat milease. B*dl tepreaentt

the peak of tire vahWi




Extra Teats fn Xtadne Rubber Company

factories put extra value in these

tires. Bach Extra Test adds definite value.

Each adds miles of service.

We keep a complete stock of these Extra

Tested t^res. Always ready and anxious


#br Tbar Otm Prottoihtt 'Bm 'Ctrtmtn Brmy

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The Red, Wliite and Blue SoCO-ny Sigtis are your guide xo

the world's best gasoline. Every day you ipotor, every place you .,

go, you can get So-CO-ny Gasoline—and keep your car up to

the So-CO-ny standard.

Eadi gallon of So-CO-ny matches all other gallons in power, purity and resiilts.

It is dian, quick-starting—does away with carburetor adjusting and clogging.

Shun inferior, bw-^rade mixtures. Use So-CO-ny and know what goes

into du; tanL

At garogf 5 and supply sutions everywhere in New York State and New England.





What Is Ahead for



PNMoto Hii Great Lecture '

Our NatioDal Highway .

to Happiness i


In wlUeh he outlines the problems confrontlc;

America, and diBCUssea in a broad-minded way such

question* as: • ,,4. ,

• - - 4 ^ j . " • \ - ^

What shall wa do with the foreigner 7 \ "^

How shall we fiffht BolthevUmt'x /j^

\_ , Should individual enterprise give \'l

r . way to Government Ownership? '^

As a prelude to the lecture, a dellffhtfully ^

unique program will be presented by the Misses

Keller Recital Company.

Third Night Attraction

SMMaTiclteU $2.75-Bat As Pint 500 will be wld st $2.20

Get Yourt Early and ftav* SB Canta.


For home necessities indoors and out of doors, for

kitchen and garden, for hay field and grain harvest and potato

patch you will find the best line of hardware and' all

necessary tools and implements.

It'is a luxury in the hot summef to do your cooking ani

so on with one of our ready handy Oil Stoves.

ICE CREAM FREEZERS, all sizes, from one quart up.

There is no ice cream like the home made product.

Refrigerators are a necessity. • We have them at attractive

prices. Good ones, too, at that

And for repair work of any kind, don't forget our tool

department. Fine assortment of best saws, hammers^

wrenches, screw drivers, hinges, nails, etc.

W. E. Smith,


Dependable Plumbing

It's Right and Stays Right

When W« Fix It

Our estimates when you install new work will get

118 the contract After that you will have very little use

for a plumber's services, oecause OUR WORK STAYS


We are also experts in correcting miftakes of the

other fellow.

See UB when Yoa Want Dependnble Plombinv,

Either New or Bepahw.


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Geo. W. Hall Co, Inc.










Shoes Going; Up. >., J

The leading Shoe houses of the country are notifying

tiieir customers that shoes for Spring delivery will be from

259* to 35* higher than Fall prices.



If you wait till spring you will also run the risk of having

to take various substitutes for real leather, as we are told

leatiier is so scarce that some substitutes will have to be employed.

Come to us for solid leatiier shoes at a living price. '!


Maio Street, Brewster. Telephone 180-W



i Hug*'* Hat ia tfaa Riii«.

' Francis M. Hugo, Secretary of State,

imparted more or less of an open secret

to the P^lic last Saturday. He told

the Fraam M. Hugo Association of

Oueeos county, picnicking at Patcho-

%ue, that bfi was a candidate for the

Kepublican nomination for Governor

•a 1920.

''I have served my home city of

Waterlown eight years as Msyor," he

VU. '^'At the end of my present term I

Shan have served six years as Secretary

uf Stjae. It U simply normaJ, simply

bumao for me to say to you that in

1920 1 would like to be promoted. 1

tidbert f>e time has come for the uppfcr

flirt of thj; State to be recogniied

in At selection of a candidate for the

That Is the main fact of the present

situation. The President of the

United States, the self-avowed interpreter

of American opinion, now

changes places from Interpreter to Interpreted

and on the American interpretation

of his doings and designs

depends, >n a degree immeasurable,

the future weal or woe of the nation

which now calmly takes Us furn as

interpreter^ •

Victory in 1920 and an Increased

v-'^rt 4^ A>v£rnor. My hat is in the majority In the Assembly next year«

trl^tt isd is going to stay there. If any were the deductions of newspaper edi­

one kJcitS ii out he has got to be a tors at their meeting in Saratoga last

i>ettcr Ecan than I am."

week. If there is one class of men who

know something about the signs of the

Undoubtedly one who will try his toe times the safe and sane editor repre­

on Mr. ilsgo's hat is Eugene M. Travis sents that type of citizenry. When the

of arupkjyn. State GomptroUer. nemspapers are pessimistic look out,

Camp Fire Girls will dance IX the but when they are optimistic, get

Town HaU this cvcniog.

^ready for a triumph.

tunc viL.

Various departments at Washington

have spent thousands upon thousands

of dollars conducting price and costof-living

Investigations and Inquit-ies

with no other result than .that cost

oT living has continued to go up. No

department has put lis finger upon

the cause of Increasing cost or Indicated

a means of checking the upward

trend. Neither has the public been

Informed as to the exict location of

the Increase. In other words we have

spent Immense sums of money upon

Our Store

Too. sir

b tl'iW Cffiab?



(From the New York Herald.) Mr. and Mrs. Eric Friediand have re­


President Wilson Is approaching what turned to their home in Youngstown,


seems to be the crisis of his political Ohio, after spending a week with re­

t m. W. AOdta, Editor «nd Proprlciut. citeer. He returns to America with a latives here.

coiJy of the treaty of peace to which Mrs. Roger VanVechten and daugh­

-Wa*r« rVond of H

the "Covenant of a League of Nations" ter. Dorothy, of Lakewood, N. J., spent

Gatlint Proudw Evavy Dap

ruUUhad weeUy at Brewster, Put* Is attached. He returns to give an ac­ the Fourth with Mrs. Clarence French.

Hu Count)'! N. Y.

count of his stewardship as the chief


Mr. and' Mrs. George W. Decker are

katered at the f ott OfSce it Brtw- peace comthlssloner of the United

now the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles

• CemMahiff

•tu. AS second diss mill.

States, to reveal the text at\^ to de­


Decker, of New York.

fend the provisions of the complicat­

Danb«rp Hardworo Co.

ed document.

Master Percy Price, of Freeport,

mmi .

FrM>7. Mf 11. Itl*.

The President has so Interpreted his

L. I., Is enjoying fum lire with his

mission as to clothe himself with power

aunt, Mrs. Irving Reed.

Investigations without getting any­

Co-operatlv Fandtairo Co.

Plumbers on a

MIcht. wrt Wikt, PffOTklb. not only to make peace with America's ' President Wilson Is back. Nbw for where. No department seems to have


enemies but to commit his country to a summer course In composition and ent of calling a score of dealers upon

Immedlitely after signing the peace

•. . • Full of Choice Merchandise -r^ •

a.new and untried International policy rhetoric^

resorted to the very simple expedl-

treaty the President'seized upon the

Your money's wprth A « ^-A*

without as yet offering an adequate

the carpet and asking them at what

' dramatic moment to' issue another ap­

We generally think of peace and

explanation or excuse therefor.

price they sell certain staple articles, or your money back. « #ti »c

peal iot bts leau« of nations, this

rest as an Ideal combination. Just now

«ime Jddressin&'lt to his "fellow coun­ The time has arrived for plain

what they pay the wholesaler, what Quality—Service—Prices ^m.

the combination seems to be peace and

trymen." Tbesum and substance of all speech and clear language. Thus far

the wholesaler pays the manufacturer Han tot to bo Rifbt

unrest. ^ ,

ibc ar«umenis used by Mr. Wilson and President Wilson has talked only In

and what the manufacturer pays for RMt Room for LadliM

bis suppprters In this ^country for nebulous phrases.. He must now tell '*Com^ on ini Water's finet" all the raw materials and labor, all with com-

their le^igue 1$ contalned-ln one sent­ Congress and the country Just whit dry states have been saying. Now the parlsot^s with the same figures before

ence of'that statement: "It (the league) the "covenant" means and exactly wet states have their opportunity to the wiir. Such figures, very quickly EvorytUnt for Faraa, Faetorp,

associates the free governments of the where the country will head and finally form an opinion.

obtained, would show where the In­ Homo and Moehanlc.

wvfld in a permanent league in which land If It Joins the league. It wUI not

creases have chiefly occurred.

tj^ey axe pledged to use their united do for President Wilson to further em­

/^over to maintain peace by malqtaln- ploy glittering generaltles and sotf BREWSTCR THEATRE


.'' inj ffJflit and justice."

Idealisms; heSmust be specific, plain,

Foster*s Shoe Store

/ (tow. every Infelligent reader of the frank and clear. The country will

tolerate no other attitude, for it Is tired Stturday, Julf 12th


QwUlp and Unicm

leagse covenant Icnows that the gov-

We Need More Men Right Now:-

of mystery and half truths. The people

«rBM«its of the world do nothing of

CUm KfanbiJl Young

are both Judges and juryi they want

the sort- From beginning to end of the the truth, the whole truth and nothing wMi IMT OWM caaipaiiy praaavie >

U9'U\ Main Slrw^

doriBDent there is 'not to be found a

Buster Brown,

but the truth.

single pledge "to use their united pow­

The SftTSge Woaiui


er to maintain peace by maintaining

The American people have a right

riiMi and Jusfice." It Is true that by

to know whether the proposed league A mrr liM M' coetlr maduetioa, Growing Girls'

the rrovJtlons of Article i6 the united

Is to be a sort of debating society to Abo Kmw WooUr A Chriella CoM^y

V:rce of the league members is to be

pass resolutions and make recommen­

For Sole

Cvaaiaff oolp at StlB

a-pSed lo a state that refuses to acdations

or means the creation of what

White Canvass

cept the league's Interpretation of

amounts to a superstate and the estab­

New Studebaker,

«A'iiat constitutes right and Justice and

lishment of a world government cloth­

£i5Brt{ Its own conception of iequlty.

ed with military, naval and economic Wednttday, July IM



la such a case might prevails and not

power to compel all member nations to

Car In porfect order, axtra tiro, aafaror

Setsue Hayakawa

rifhL A nation subdued lo that man-

obey Its mandates and decrees.

Medium droad Toe and Military Heel, uid bumpM-, 19ltf modol* m lasi than Six.Different Factory Jobs

tier remains defiant and undefeated in One horn of that dilemma leads to a IW cold>nlad Japaaoao Actor • special price $5.80 1,600 mUai, wtU bo eoU at Uf db-

• spirit, ready to fight again at the firs! blind alley, the other to a radical

la Iho .

Sizes 2H to 6^.

count, ownore dotlroa smallar car.

opportunity for the vindication of its change In the fundamental structure of

principles. •

'our republic and a surrender of con­ * Secftft'Gaine

Genuine White Kid, same style as

stitutional rights .If It is to be a radical

above $9.B0


AIM NOW* WooUy A Choelor Scoirfo

nnt, admitting that the instances will chang^ of government and a surrender

Genuine Dark Mahogany Calf, square 203 Main Stroot, Dtmimrf* Ctmm.\

be lev where a single countrj* wUl

CTOf^oc at BtlS.

of constitutional rights the proposal

toe ..$7.S0

defy the world and underlalce to. ap­


challenges the serious attention of all

. .. ••••^••M ^ ^^ These are good shoes, made right

ply lis own theories of right ancTftrong Americans and calls for the opposition

the methods provided In the covenant


and will WEAR. Just the shoes you

of Americans worthy the name.


iof arriving at a decision of the league

are so devious and Involved that it will

It Is .most.fbrtunate that our fore­ Wednesday, July 30lh should buy fpr growing girls. '

be rare Indeed when concerted^action

fathers made the Senate, co-ordinate

Sold only in Oanbury at ~


Is possible. Articles 12. 13 and 14 of

with the President In treaty making. Auction of Souls

Ask for T. Clark Hull or C. H* Banzhaf—-at

Solas Takan Anjrwhoro.

the covenant provide a way for the

Without that check a President could From tho book RavUhod Anooak,

submission of international disputes to

commit this country To any treaty, no

Foster's Shoe Store, 10 Yoara* Exporionco.

principal rolo aBactoil bjr Auyora MararbUration.

In thit they differ lAt)

matter how dangerous, that his peculiar

Jigfcntaw, eolo •urvivor of Half a Mil­

244*246 Mala Stroot, DanfaiuT, Conn. Roiorooca, Anyono I Evor Sold Far;

irom the means provided by the Hague

political philosophy might dictate. As it

Convention which have been for years

is. the Senate is clothed with the right lion Armenian Christian Giri>« aocap-

Thon* 9M.


and are now available to tny nation

and is charged with the duty of check­ •d to Amorica aflor two jaars In

fid^ ^^l',^reSlor^

thai cares to make use of them. Aring

and modifying, If need be, all trea­ Turkich Harom aad KuMbb Slav*

ticle 15« however, deals with cases that

ties negotiated by the executive branch Raidars.

You can know what we know about

are not submitted to arbitration and

of the govertiment. Any Senator who

therein is a departure from existing

blindly swallows what a President of­

practice. In fact. Artldes l5 and 16

fers is guilty of a violation of his oath I>IPOBT OF THB OOMDITION OP THB

contain the machinery, by which league

of office. Presidents and Senators are

ft Putnam Ooontr Tmit Oompaoy. Brewater, toOet requirements.

N. T.. at tne ctOM ol bualoeM oa Cba SKh oar Of


advocates claim they can prevent fu­

but agents of the people and the peo­ Jane. 181 »j

ture wtrs. By the terms of the former

ple will render a Just verdict If given


Nothing finds more frequent employment than proper

h..fw //J

disputes not settled by arbitration are

the facts. This they demand.

Stock and Bona Inveatmeote, rlz


toilet goods. From rising in the morning to retiring at night,

Putillo MoartOfn 18M01 St

Jbki0-*vhmiH*A«rlbt council'of nine,

ir the council Is unanimous fn Its find­

Tbalwdna W«U lU^aivad.

» _._; ,,mrate

Beoanoea 8,108 Ts constant use by man, woman and child for toile^ needs

ings then the parties to the dispute President Wilson nas been received KortiifM owned IT.OQODO

a^rce nut to go to war. But the council in New York after his seven months Loaaa ana diaoounu Moured bx ocb- might include tooth pastes and powders, face creams and

he American people are

yet to be won by his forensic efforts,

it Is obvious that the credentials he Stationery

proffered to the European statesmen

and populations on so many well re

membered occasions during the seven

months of his stay must now be subiected

to a very extensive and even

humiliating revision.

50c Box

G>mmaicea July 12.

Gold Bevel

You can aot Wy Ito •qua']

obovrfcoro for too* tkaa Mk.

Cinna'a fiao Writiof Pa-J

po«« oar •pmeuitf.


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239 Mein Street

'Bl Danbury, Conn.





Boys' u'ash suits. Many

styles and a l^rge variety

of color combinations—but

not ope that isn't guaranteed

with money back any

time, if you want it


Bivftdvay Broadway

ftt llcb 8L "Four at >4th SL


Broadwar Corsara" Fifth Ava.

at Warron ai 41at SL




That's practically the situation at Hull's, where 'la:

offs" are only a* memory and where the w,eekly pan eny<

lope is very frequently heavy with "double time" monei

in addition to the regular weekly 44 hours' pay. •

Several for our main shop in Danbury and one or two foi

our Bethel branch. Ask any of our men how they tike

working at Hull's. This is your chance to become one of

our "regulars." '

* The work is piling in fast and there»s a lot more coming.

At present we have crews working on

And we are installing bathrooms and-water systems in four,

summer homes outside of the city—all this ih addition \4

our regular daily jobbing, which rolls in, in big volume,

all the time. • •

APPLY NOW—And if you qualify we'll put you to

work as soon as Vou i;an get your-overalls on. .^

Send for list of July records, they are all especially

line. We send records by mail, postage free. No home is

Hunt's Leadine Music House, Inc.


Oitferiog muiy Special Bargains ID











tiss Mildred Duncan spent the 4th

Til friends at Dover Plains.

Irs. John R. Garslde. of New York

[y, was In- town -on Monday. •

^ -*—

Irs. Charles Canham and son, of

Iham, are visiting relatives In town.

The Putnam County Trust Co., yeslay,

voluntarily surrendered Us


Uss AUeen. Beal Is spending the

Bk In Poughkeepsle with Dr. and

M. C. Beal.

\he Misses Sadie and Luella French

H gone to Talrfield Beach, Conn.,

^the summer.

Irs. Grace Dickinson, of New York

/, spent the holiday at the home of

father, S. O. Avery.

:hrls!opher Glesman, of New York

\y, spent Saturday and Sunday with

k and Mrs. Herbert Bell.

I'MIss Csther Crane, a Deaconess of

WashinEton Square M. E. church,

at home for the Fourth. '

[MISS Katherlne Smith Is spending

summer vacation with her aunt,

[s. Ray Field, of Jrtlll Plaln._

it. and Mrs. Thomas Toy and chll-

En, of Beacon City, were guests of

pwster friends over the 4th.

iRev. H. B. Chown reports the

]ich of a i^ pound bass In the watof

Dean's Corners reservoir.

'he report of the marriage of one

our latest returned soldiers seems

have been a little premature.

The Misses Johanna and Anna Caliban,

of Dover Plains, ire visiting Mr.

fnd Mrs. John Dl^lan, Carm^l avenue.

Ir. and Mrs. Richard Armstrong

_ Miss Katherlne Gartland, of Hew

rork City, were at J. H. WlUIains for

the Fourth!

Mrs. George Hlllerman returned on

Saturday from a week's visit with her

laughter. Mrs. Leslie ChurchlU, 4t

jrookTyp. —*Wf«*'mat'!''>

.Seaman W. Ross Beal has left his

[orpedo boat destroyer at the Philadelphia

navy y«rds and Is spending a

^eek at home.

Mrs. Anna Green, of Waterbury,

lonn,, and Mrs, Sarah Day, of Bed-

Vd Hills, are guests at the home of

Stanley Day.

>r. E. N. Ryder has declnded to ex-.

\enA the period of his absence from

lis dental offices In this village until

tonday, August 4.

Mrs. Homer Smith and daughter,

:unice, qf Washington, are the guests

|>f Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

;urdy T.' Cornell.

I. Mrs. Robert Walther Is III at the

tome of her parents as the result of

fbscess of the mouth which required

painful operation.

H. T«iH» repOlrta a profitable sale

i.soft drinks frbm his new soda water

efrigerator opportunely Installed upoA

|he advent of the arid era.

Miss Kite Crane, of Hastings and

Prank Rasbeck. 'of New York City,

/ere Independence Day guests of Mr.

ind Mrs. J. E Fowler.

Mrs. James Wlltse entertained her

prother-ln-law, John Plunkett and

iraily, of Pelbam. at her Peach Lake

[ottage over the holiday and week end.

Master Ernest Bucksteln, Jr., celebrated

his first birthday on Tuesday

fnd Prospect street friends and neighbors

assisted in making the day «

ippy o£e.

The hot weather of last week caustbe

asphalt cover of the Brewster-

3anbury State highway to exude very

>iously much to the chagrin of Interstate


Mrs. H. F. Standerwlck recently recovered

from an attack of pneumonia

krhile visiting on Staten Island is again

It the home ofw her daughter, Mrs.

laurlce Stadtfweld.

Miss Helen Vreeland, Dtnbury Hospital

nurse, spent last Sunday at the

3ffle of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

E. VredauL She expects to enjoy

vacation later in the summer.'

Kenneth Hopkiojt, son of Mr. and

Irs. Ernest Hopkins, was taken to the

}anbury Hospital on Saturday for the

removal of a small stone which he had

pushed in his eu while at play.

The ladies who have knitted over

hwenty-slx garments for the U. S.

JNavy League have been rewarded for

Uheir labor by receiving a certificate of

thanks from the Navy League for their

[loyftl assistance. The fortunate receplents

are Mrs. Estella A. GaNun,.Mrs.

fhomas Jeffrey, Mrs. Thorny Dwyer,

Irs. S. B. McCiinton.

Five Seniors, B. H. S.. 1920, Misses

Regina Wheeler and Helen Ritchie,

ICUfford Tuttie, George WUUams and

William Ires, are taking a six weeks

course at the White Plains High

I Schood beginning Monday. The class Is

,« large one and the Brewster young

{people are quite enthusiastic over this

_fine opportunity to get extra counts

iring tt^cjEood^old summer time.

The Goodrich Tire advertising stunt

jwhich started af Boston one week ago

trlth four so-too trucks equipped with

lammoth tires of the Goodrich type

ind carrying 120 Boy Scouts and a

complete camp outfit en route for San

-raucisco, passed through Brewster

londay tittrnooa. Leaving the Dan-

>ury road at Storm's corners the train

proceeded to Pawling via. the Elm

rte Route, it was decidedly the larg-

U thing* of the kind ever seen on


Social dance, Brennan's five piece

orchestra, Friday, "July 18.

Mrs. Fred Duncan Is enterlalning

her sister. Miss ' Ethel Church, of


. Chsfles B. Tllljander and family and

Miss Martha Fagan were In Torrlngton

over the Fourth.

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Anderson, of

Waterbury, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur

Sparks on July 4.

' A meeting of the Camp Fire Girls

will be held at the Town Hall Saturday

afternoon at 4 o'clock.

Mrs. P.. A. Young, of Carmel avenue,

Is enler^lnlng her parents from

North White Pbln|.

Cluk Eno Is at the home of his

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frink Eno, on

a two weeks furlough.

W. A. Elliott aiM John Blockley, of

New York City, spent Sunday with Mr.

and Mrs. Leo Wilkinson.

Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Colby are en-

Joying their new Ford by taking frequent

outings at Mahopac.

Regular meeting of St. Lawrence

Council on Monday evening, July 14.

Quarterly dues are In order.

Mrs. C S. Travis, of Deposit, will

spend the next two weeks at the home

of her father, John S. Eno.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chase, of

Kent, Conn., were over the Fourth's

guests of'Mrs. and Miss Shove.

• Mrs. Irene Reynolds has returned to

Brewster after several week's visit with

her daughter, Mrs. L. Brownselt.


By virtue of one of the speediest

and most one-sided battles whlfh ever

decided a big'fistic event. Jack Dempsey

who may now be Wish to known by

his full voHng name of William Harrison

Dempsey, became the wdrld's

heavy weight champion boxer.

To all Intents and purposes he

whipped the huge Jess Wlllard,' favorite

In the meager betting, In one

round. Dempsey thought the referee

had announced him winner and actually

left the ring. But he was called

back for two rounds Aore when Jess,

sitting In his corner with a bewildered

look on his swollen coutenance failed

to respond to the gong.

'*lt was no use to continue.** said

the ex-champion. "My strength went

from me In the first round."

He sat there apparently the most

surprised man In the United States

at the moment His right eye was

dosed and his right cheek sw(dlcn and

Mue with bruises. Blood covered his

body and his arms hung helplessly

over the ropes that It seemed as If

a child might give him farther abuse

without arousing his, Interest.

Dempse^ was breathing hard when

the fight ended but It was from exertion

and not from punishment. :tfc esr

caped unhurt but as he had been using

his arms like trip-hammers on the

anatomy of his opponent for nine

crowded minutes In a suit that sent

the thermometer to 110 degrees, his

heart was still pumping at high pressure

ami he-appreciated the briiathing

spell. ,

Such fighting, as the Kansas ranchman

produced was placed on exhibition

at the onset. He had stood In his

£f>rner^ picture of cdnfidence. His

smile seemed that of one. who had

a brief and not unpleasant task before

him. He certainly was all set to go

for Just^befote time' was called he

was heard to re.mark: "Ut's get this

thing over.'* —•«•«•*-.,—•-•

how much money the contest drew.

The' announcement that the bout

drew only aboiit' 20,000 persons, less

than one-fourth of the seating capacity

of the arena, was a big surprise, Richard

said that $n of the 060 seats wert

sold and that virtually all of the 050

seats were disposed of but that the disappointment

cam^ In the sale of the

cheapest seats which sold for 9tO.

' Provision had been made to seat

between 35,000 and 40,000 persons

In the $10 seat sections, but only

about 5,000 seafs were sold. '

T^e Toledo Charity Fund will be

enriched by virtually 131.500 as the

result of the contest. The city received

seven per cent, of the gross receipts.-^The

money will be used In endowing'

hospital beds for the poor and

taking children of poor families on

summer vacations.

The Government will receive nearly

>4i.ooo in war tax.

Thus it is leen that Rlckard, who

.built a stadium capable of holding 80,obo

persons, and who fondly expected

a fi.000,000 gate reedved a Jolt almost

as severe as that banded, to. Wlllard

by Dempsey.

' The total receipts exceed those at

Reno by flSl,22S, the takings at the

Johnson-JeflTries fight being 1270,775.

Yet the fact of the WIllard-Dempsey

affair being staged In the centre of

population while the Johnson-Jeffries

contest was put on In the wilds of Nevada,

far from all the large Eastern

cities, should have warranted a much

larger margin of receipts for thfe last


MrlUi^mt ^roa«

Semi-Annuat Pre-lnventory


This tt a Iboked-f or event with the purchasing public and always

draws crowds of appreciative patrons.

t •

Most Wonderful Valuos of Sommer Season

Offered in Every Department.

AU lines in thu big stoie will show lughly desirable bargains at

this time of year when every one finds many demands to be met

Women's and Children's Appaid» Dry Goodb, Domestics, Notions

and Novdties, all come under ou^ closing out of the season's

goods in preparation.

Brewster Boy Scouts, Troop No. i,

will m^et at the Town Hall on Monday

The camera that was focused on the

Dempsey-Wlllard combat at Toledo,

July 4 and which reported to 'have

caught only five knockdowns for the

evening, July 14^. at 7:30 o'clock.

challenger In the first round has*been

Mrs. William Minor, of Plalnfield, N;

completdy vindicated.

J., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs.

When the orlnglnal report as to the

Coleman K. Townsend, Carmel avenue.

quintette pf knockdowns was flashed

east ^any of those who had been at

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Makenny, of

the ringside were of the opinion that

Montclair, spent the Fourth with Mr. He measured the attendance which

the camera was afflicted with a stlg..

" •

Makenny's parents,' on East Vlfw ave­ disappointed estimates'by about fifty

matism In Sfvere forTni^^fi^ZMlm,

nue. .^ ^,,^^.^i0m.Utmth*Sl!i**jm^:^[:^Y per cent, with an appraising eye. •


Dempsey presented a contrast. None But ^now that the film has beeii'

Hienry Langlar, of New Jersey and

of the confidence pf his training camp thrown on the screen the sev«0 knock­

Mr. and Mrs. w. Knapp, of Danbury,

statements appeared Irf his bearlbg. downs appear as large and as,natural McLEAN BROS.

were week end guests of Mr .and Mrs.

The man across from him outweighed as life. It was Tex Rlckard who dis­

William JLangler^ • •

him forty pounds and looked as big covered that the camera was mathemat­

221 Main St

Mr. and Mrs. George Frohllch, of and Impregnable as a Bank Building. ically correct In the count of the

Danbury, Conn.

Brooklyn, were guests of the Merrltt The mood of the challenger was plainly knockdowns. A private showing of the-

and Thorp families for over the holifight

film was made to Richard and

thoughtful and more than one ring- f^-n^. i« x«i*,4«

day and week end.

side gazer whispered. "He's licked i * P,"*y_°'f"^'*?.^''"

Dempsey, the pictures




Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Park motored right ^now." ^

floored Wlllard with left hooks to the

up from Leonla, N. J., on Saturday and w£en they were Introduced Jess

Open daUy 8:30 A. M.

chin for the first four knockdowns.

were over Sunday guests of Mr. and sauntered over with the cordial man­ He upset the defeated champion for

Mrs. Clarence Tuttie.

ner of one desiring to reassure r the other three knockdowns with right

Close 5:30 P. M. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays.

youngster and took his hands in the

The Udles' Aid Society of the Bap­

and left swings. The first blow that up­

friendliest way. Jack's handshake was

tist church will hold a cake sale at the

set Wlllard was a short right swing

Close noon WednescUys during July and August

friendly, too.

home of Mrs. Charles Drum on Friday

afternoon, July IS.

Dempse7s first effective blows and !° t'.htf '""^"'' ^' " ''" '~'

aose 9 P. M. Satuidays.

the ones which apparently settled WJl- *^"'"'

There was no knockdowns .In the

WtllUm Losee left the torrid tem­ lard's fate, were a rlgfit' over Jess'

remaining two rounds, bu| (Wlllard

perature of GotbaiQ to enjoy with us shoulder to the Jaw. a left to the body

probably would have been floored if

the hottest Fourth and' some other and a right to the jaw. Jess staggered

the ropes of the ring had not support­

equally warm days.

back. His eye was closing and he ed him. /

reeled and the challenger with all the

The Cballer boys, of lllon, are the

guests of their grandmother, Mrs.

energy of is pulsing youth, began hit­ Nnv Piuo lor Towa tUL

Estella A.^«Mun. T4iey ar« aMonting

him at wilL Tom Brennan Is happy and much

•pgHTta.15y'nfelf parents.

The attendance was htH^ etMka^ tfapplhen Is In store fPr the lovers of

Jin BoUbfvio Prebloai.

tlons. Seats were built for eighty- good music and dancing. A new Whee-

The Lusk seaatorlal committee mty

The first 500 season tickets for thousand and the estimate was that lock upright has b^n bistalled In the

be taldng some drastic aAlon in get­

Chautauqua will be sold at 92.00 each. not moVe than half of these were oc­ Town Hall in place of the Kranlch &

ting at the root of (he Bolshevlc prob-

The SOist ticket and all others thUvcupied. Speculators lost licavily, Th^y Bach purchased over a quarter of r

Two Piece. l«m, nevertfael^^ once .Jn ,a while

after will be |2.S0 each.

re-sold thelrtickets at anything from century ago.of John, B. Hunt, now

sfrong-arm mMbods are necessary to

95 to fl5 under gate prices. No bet­

The announcement that Miss PUcfa

President of Hunt's Leading Music

protect life and property, If the comting

was reported at the ringside, nor

was the bride's attendant at the re­

House, of White Plains, The old piano

, Suits

mittee Is successful in routing tUx

was there much elsewhere so far as

cent wedding of Mrs. Patty Carter Is

lived up to the guarantee given when

element decent people will not ques­

could be ascertained.

emphatically denied by Miss Pilch..

it was purchased. The weu and tear

tion at length the means that are em­

Because of the controversy over the of 25 years suggested to a new Instruployed.

To expect that the Bolshevists,

They look Cool

Krt. Harry Hobby entertained her duration of the heavyweight champlon-r ment. The Town Board decided to con­

and otheri^of this order will visit the

father. John Adams, of Porlchester ship contest between Jess Wlllard and fer with Mr. Hunt and thus the ex­

committee and ask for permission to

and her brother-in-law, Anthony Sing- Jack Dempsey and' whether Dempsey change was effected. He Is now enjoy-

They are Cool

confess Is bardly to be anticipated. It

erline, of Newark, N. J., over the 4th. should be credited with a knockout, Infmuch needed rest at Niantic, Conn..

has not been the plan of the anarchist

Wlllard Morehouse returned on Ollie Pecord, the referee of the bout, and he will be* glad to learn (hat de­

up to date. In this work, if the coio-

Air^-Waava Suite M COOUM •»

Wednesday from a pleasure trip to ruled that Wlllard had been knocked livery of the piano has been made and

miftee brings (he. culprits to Justice

Poughkeepsle accompanjed by Kr% out In the third round.

ihat the Companions of the Forest en*

m whiff farom Craft—Ji icy oMus- the end will sartly Justify the metns.

Pollie Flagler, a relative of that dty. Pecord also ruled thai the fight end­ Joyed Its music from early eventide,

tain» aad M stjliah a* Uwaa fanoia The nuaber of law abiding cltlzeax

ed at the close of the third round, de­ July 3, until eariy morn on the 4th.

iatigamn of

IdlUd and —Imid would warrant more

The Putnam Fife and Drum Corps

than a slap on the wrist to those wb»

spite the fut that the towel was not


played continuously and marched and

tossed Into the ring from WlUard's Novtk Btwweto- Flrad 0«.

are gallty.

melted without missing a step in the

could awlra *ma.

corner until the bdl had sounded for

big welcome home celebration at Mt.

From time to time for severd years

the fotirtb round. Wlllard, however,

Klsco on the Fourth.

North Brewster has turned ln*sensa-

Wa'ra •botrinf a coaprahaaaivw SieS BMMRD—Tbo sum

did not leave bis chair to answer the tlond stories of unusud Importance.

aMortaMBt of Ikaaa faihioatbla mmU »• bo prid f or hif orteaiiaa

St. Lawrence Council, K. of C, are call for the fourth round.

•Probationary treatment of several

Atr-o-Waava* ri^ nam. Diotinc- wUtk «M ked to tba artwat aad ca»-

invited to attend an Initiation of the Tex Reckard, promoter of the con­ ^hady t|8nsactions was tried but withaf

Aa paaaOB or paraoaa «§•

Mf. Vernon Council on SUnd»y, July

tira varialioM ol tha waiet Ua*

test, requested an official ruling from ot^ fessatloo of the offences cpmplaln-

dio Illy Foatar fatm off

13. at 3 o'clock. For further Informa­ Pecprd because of the hundreds of ^ ed «l.

alyla and othm uaart •odele. Onafas B. H I i. a Miabar af •»»

tion Inquire of the local financial sec­ telegrams he received asking If Demp- For a few weeks, owing to the

Uaal Suite for faniJaaii, ovaMlaci

Uadi and white cam.


sey should be credited with a knock- efforh of mord suasion, and the In-

vacatiou, draae or f«Mtal waar.

Boaiaty «tf Wnrthw

out victory and when the bout was of- trodudlon of an evangelistic antidote

•ad Soutbara

Chauncey A. Hopldns renewed his

ficially ended. !for domestic Infdidty, we are informed,

A. P. Bad4 Pkoaidantf E.

youth, reduced h^s weight eighteen

pounds and saved many tons of hay C. B. Shyittr of Chicago, who oper- no reports that grate harshly on the

for Star Ridge Farm consumption, durated parl-mutuel machines and a book sodal ear, have been promulgated.


ing the catching weather since the on the contest, announced he had dear-

SaeO REWARD—HW abov»

Wednesday night sharp repor-ts of

wB bo paid for Inf onaatioa wUeB wBI

harvest began.

ed 982,700. jle said that If the con- fire arms aroused and exdted every

180 Main Street.

land to Ibo anaaC and ooaviotias af fhw

test had ended In the first round his, family in the hamlet. State Troopers,

Star of Brewster Orde, Companions

paraon or pmaom who on "ndf or

winnings would have totaled 9126.822 Justice Murty and relatives were In-

Danbury, Cotm.

of the Forest, will hold an initiation at

Tuaaday, Juno 23 or 24, iiif od A»

and If Wlllard would have answered the' voked to restore quiet and prevent if

the lodge rooms on next Tuesday ev­

dwaliteg known a* Roaa-aWbita, owaa*

bell for the fourth round, they would i possible further disorderly conduct

ening. Refreshments will be served,

by a K Vriikiiii, a mwihw qf tkim

have been reduced to 925,000. |and nocturnd disturbances. The Judge

a pleasing program rendered and all

Society and laiiiiail thvaboaa f/tup

Wlllard was disturbed on Saturday i delivered a lecture and entered a sen-

members are o/ged^ to be present.

arty conaiattng of money and -rfiiihfa

by rumors that he was dying; that he tence of sixty days In Jail which will

jawafry. MUIMI VigiUnco Swdaty «f

The monthly meeting of the DUtrict had been removed to a bospitd and be suspended pending good behavior. READING NOTICES FOR SALE—Flaniah Caaate Rab*

Nortbam Waatebaator and liithMM

Nursing Association was held with Miss that he was dead. The defeated cham­

bite, Braodari and Yooag Stock. Aa*

Putnam Conatiaa. A. P. •--fj^ Pkaat-

Florence Shove on Wednesday afterpion has. entirdy recovered from the EUct BimMirnB AaMmUjmum.

FORJtaal Eetato* A.P. BuM. 4nmr» 13 CbappolU St.. Oaabury, Ct.

da»t; E. D. Stennnid, Sectotery.

noon. The report of the nurse for June effects of the punishment Dempsey The dection of Republican Assem-

was 69 calls on nine patients. Paralysis gave him.

blymeik.this fdt will have a marked FOR RENT—^ApartsMUto aawiy

FOR SMF RoaJ baby carriaga.

and rheumatism were the prlndpal Rlckard annOonced that both the tendency to presage a Republican vic­ cetstod. Apflf to Mr*. Frad l«aa.

Boarfy aaw, oringiBal prico S37.50, will TO SUMMON 100 DEBTORS—A^

diseases treated.

boxers were paid in full Dempsey was tory io 1920, not only In the state but

bo aotd for batf price. A|vly to box aouaoanant tt mada that tW Nrtio^tf

given 927,500 in cash while Wlllard In the nation. For that reason it would WAWTED CoMpotaaf bouMWsrk- Z7li Bromtar.

M-'f'rtU Agoacy, a Bridg^ort c^

2i BrwmtMr. S. got 980,000 In Liberty bonds and the be wisdom for locd organizations to m. Good homo. Good wasaa. Apply to

lactiag coaoara, it about to ba^ la«rf

Bethel was favored by the presence remdnlng. 920,000 of his 9100,000 avoid delays in getting their machinery Hn. T. W. CarroU.

FOR SAL&—Wbito firo

action againal about 100 **•*»* wu rfow

touring car, 20 bona powar, quick do> pay dabton ia B^owatar and »r^y

of the Brewster team on Saturday. The guarantee in cash.

in order so that after the designations

WANTEI>—Maid for Ufkl Mouotablo rim«« naw top^ now aido Tba liat who will bo mada daf«

famous delivery artist, Ahearn, credit­ Souvenir hunters started ito tear are made in the primarUs, which will

work mad u conpaoioo, confortafaU curtoina. nowly painted, Warvar laaaaa, agafaut wbem jndgmanU aro

ed with vlctbries over all Connecticut down the arena and twenty policemen be held shortly, a vigorous campaign

bona. CUU or oddMM W. C. Mahar. ISIO modoL MuT E. Uu»^ Gotdaa^a will U placod in tba btada id a Jba-

teams added Brewster to his list, but were guudling the structure.

may be started throughout the state.

•ridga^ N. Y.

tica Jamaa hlnrty in a law d^a- Lectf

it was not because he pitched better

From reports that have beeh received FOR SALE—6 lOon hooM, alM two

conttihlai in Brawatcr, Cwn^ ao^

ball than Tuttie. Ahearn in the second The gloomy depressed look worn

by State Chairman George A. Glynn a f amil J bouM of 4 rooou aock. Rarfaio. WANTED^Wo^aa a nuddU ^a, Pattoraon will aarra tba papmn. Rwiit

was touclied for a double by Ed. Brady by Tex Rlckard's explained by a des­

majority of the locd organizations have S. A. Turaar, A«aBt, Bromtv* N. Y. oaa or two cbildroo not objoctaoMblo. of tlia court proraading* MU i«poar fa

which was followed by a homer by patch In which the promoter announced

been busy formulating plans and there

a» IwuM kmpn and gaaaral arm tab- tba papon. Tbi« counting coacot^ ha»

Addis. Ahearn was rocking a bit. When that the receipts of the Willard-Oemp-

is every intUcatlon that county chdr- LOST—Batwaan Dtahurj and Paocb «r for feroman OB farm. Good wagaa •uccoaaCuUy brought ovor 2,000 tufto

two moie got on the bases the time was sey contest were approxlmatdy 9452,men/redlzc

the vdue of a good begin­ Utko via. Bi«w»tar • plud atoamar ru«. aod vary attroctiva lioffl* auwonndinga. at law In Coanocdcut againat atubbotv

ripe for a rally, but too much eager­ 000 and the total attendance between


Fiadv kiadlr rofcnni to Standard Of- Apply Box A. Standard Offica. BOa-payora. Wliila auch proModtaga

ness to steal bases spoiled their 20^00 and 21.000.

The next legislature will have the &CO. Suitafala rowwd offarad.

arc alwaya unploaMot for tba dafond-

chances to score. The final count was The despatch set forth that revenue responsibility on its shoulders of prov­

TONY ItANDAZZO-a baiUr akep aat dobtor titcro aoanu to ba no etbar

2 in favor of Bethel,

agents were checking up the figures to ing io the people that it stands for FOR SAU Hoiaaa and truelu. outfit i» now located ia i^arlBiaBte ov­ way. Browatar buaioM* concama oith.

-morrow at 3:30 the Croton Falls determine the amount of war tax due that which is constructive and not de­ ckwico of twa»^-£vo laaioffad horaaa er MicbaU'a Jowolry Stora. lotmmh •r want tbair pay for good* bonaatlr

teaiftwill appear at the Electrozone the Government and they probd^ly structive and that*it Is in accord with uMd is onr ba«ia«M. Changing to oocufttad by tba Fuiol Adminittrattoa. •old and daUvarad from ooo to aav

Fielfflffhe weather will be fine uid the would not finish the tuk until late to­ the bigger principles which must be auto truck* cauaa oi HlU&g. R. Yooag Ha baa aocorod tika acrvicaa of aa OB- year* ago or a judgment ao that OM-

atiendke wlU be the'largest of the morrow. Promoter Rlckard Idt for recognized in the administration of na- Bros. Food Cov Talaphooa 876. «i»teat and aow offars to tba puUc cntioB may iaaua at a«y convi ~


New York without knowing exacUy tional affairs. .'

White Piaiw. N. Y.

^>a adraatago of a two-maa ibep- vomaa^



^ ..'•



Off Agin, On Agin, GopeAgin,

. —Finnigin.

The famous author of thit

famouB phtftse


will appear wtth the Douffbboya'

Male Quartet to Crown

cor j^ih^Mt.

JoyNitltt r„.My


Smllefl, ffrins and chuckles will greet the appearance

of Strickland OUlUan on this occasion. His

sense of hOmor Is of the kind that sees the funny

side of everyday, thinsa—and will make you glad

to be alive.

HU Humor Is a Toole—Doa^l Mlas Itt

SMMB Tkkrtt $2.75-Bei ^ nm SM «m k MU at $t20

OM yeut% CaMr ^nd tovt U CmttU..

Danburjf-Brewster LumbBr Co., Inc.


lyiute Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine^ Dryer, Shelbc Ptjritty,

Bfuresco, Sandpaper, Glue, Berry Bros. VamSah, May^e Dn-

Cote Motor Car Enamel, L ft M. Celebrated Ptete Pkint»

Ocrtain-leed Flat Wall PkinL

Contracts for Large jobs taken and promptly filed. Tele­

phone orders and have them delivered at the door. 'Phone

Brewster 206.

Big Special Said of

——r Befrigerators.

As it is getting late in the season we will give you the

chance to purchase a refrigerator at a very low. price.*

Prices $9.60 up.

We also got a nice lin^ of Heywood Sulkies 9SM up

Oil Stoves, 2 burners |13M^ 3 burners I16M.

Pprch Hammocks $7.9B up.

We are agents for the Sterling Ranfe atid Household

Range—best Ranges in America. Prices $38.00.

in order to convince you of our statement call at our

store and look it over and you will see for yourself that

our prices are lower than any others and our goods are

guaranteed in every respect.


Tin New EnglMd FuniitiHV Gonwanv

H. DICK, Manager.

Tlo. 80 Wlute Sbeet Fxue Dsttvcry*



L. A. Auctioneer.

All kinds of goods sold.

I§i Ten Years of Experience M a Traveling SalfOTian

jjjc J ^

jUj If I can't sell your goods they are not saleable

Sflf P. O. Address Brewster, N. Y. Tel. 86



Joseph Laclav


. Men's Clothing and Furnishings

at Reasonable Prices*

Tailoring a Specialty*

TIT Str««i Oppoute NetionallE^uik Br»w«Ur







SurituilMa Water Woila


DffOai TWMfh BwHi m RMk

M Kb«i«f ISiigl«e MMto»y




Robertt* DuUdiDg, over Bart's Store.

An opcrtttont performed tcconUng to

the latest methods.

OBM liuwa e A. M. to • p. hL






Ye Needle Craft ft Oft Shop


toe Mala 5L , Dubwir* CUMI

Next to Hotel Green


Indlvldiiii Locked Rooms of Stad


For Your Furniture

Spectol Rctet for Pluos, Trunks, Etc.

Efficient Service. Nteht Watchman.


•fid«» stTMS CfMtir atTM*



Salet of dl kinds promptly attended to

at short notice.

Rcstteice and P. O. Address,





Alwap Latest Desi^ snd


Repairitig of All ICinds.

Clfiazimg snd Eressins.

IfeinSL N.Y.



Bukr4>n«diop, Mpci, RMi^inH

raaf Models to stodc Ctialocuf m

MOttcsL Easy psynfcBts. miiinettfiF

tfoo. Aftats ••Iliad Piatf aiicMse

at faugita piteM.


WMte Pleinib ti Y.




• cowt SL. White FWM, n. V.

M 111 ilii Omm Tkaniawi

9v f. Wmmmu BmUmm

HiMnihli S70.


Saooewor to fVrd WUeon

Twenty seven years £xpericoee

on Automobiles

and Carriages.

pAtnuiAge Bo)ioitt< 8fttlal4Mitlou

Quf >Bt

Summer Sale

loF -

Figured Voiles and Silk Dresses, White

Voil Waists and White Skirts. '

White and figured voil dresses .^M to flOOO

Silk dresses *7.9B and 912JBO

All thri latest styles of white dress skirts at $1.49 to $3JX>

White voil waists, all new styles 98c and $1*9S

A Big Assortment of Men's Straw

Hats at $1.50 and $2.50

New York Store,




BBEf 8TEB, R. T:

TUt CoMpwr IwrilM comtpoadtM* tmi eoHidlfttfM

M th* mblMto of EMMitorah^ mmA Am —UliUifcM—t «l

to Mnnrto kttm aC taqaifT •* bj patwmil tetaMwv.

«kr«» ar aUiflitfM.

~* ' Acconato wctini nh}9tt to ciMck.


WU^SON^f. CRANE, Secretary.




-^•SfiJlfc t- ^ -> Wnt'oOR WRITC

The Stearns Lime 0>mpany .

Danbiuyt Conn.

(Yovr Vmrmt SMUCS OI Sttpplj.)

BestHQuAli^' Lowest Prices and Freight Rates



C. D. RYDER, Rwsim.

Brewster/N. Y.



Overhauling all Makes of Cars. Repairiag


All Wotk Giiaranleed


FOR SALE^-One Velie Touring Car, $200; one Baby

PecrleM limwuine $400. Bolb in good condilion.

Telephone i4i29-l 3.

Birth Days and Weddines

* They come as regularly as the seasons and there is no escape

from them.

Custom has ordained the giving of presents on these occasions.

No more appropriate present can be given than

Fine Jewelry and Watches

In a wide range of prices.

«Ula etMat. Br«wster



Telafkboo* ia».W


CutliiiB WMdb abd Brmli..

Town of Southeast.

The Highway Law, Section 54, requires owners and

occupants of property situated along ^e highway to cut and

remove all weetk and brush along' the highways fronting

such land twice each year—before the firstday of June and

the first day of September. Highway Superintendents are

required to see that this law is obeyed.

' Notice is therefore hereby given that when the weeds

^nd brush are not cut, destroyed or removed from the highway

before the first of September, 1919, the Superintendent

will cause such work to be done and the co|t thereof will be

assessed against such owner so neglecting and added to his

or her highway tax for. the ensuing year.

In cutting weeds and brush they must be destroyed or

removed from, within the bounds of the highway, not left

to clog the\road gutters. >..,.-...*-» —


villi*'** Supt. of Highways, Town of Southeast.

The owners of nearly 400 dogs In ttie lown of South

6iast have neglected to call on the undersigtted and obtain

licenses for the ensuing year. Failing to put in an appearance

before June 1st the dog killer willbe furnished Jhe

names of delinquent owners. '^'HSTStew '^\ * ^

Dated, Brewster, May 23, i9l9. ^«a Trial i

Uao it Yoinalf 2 Day*

WriU for Pricoa and Trial


TboBo 64, Irowalar. N. Y.


Modem Dcatietry

Practical, Scientific and RcUiUa.

Dr. Merritt wiU t>e at Carmel Monday,

Tuesday and Wednesday. Al

Brewster, Thursday, Friday and Satsi-

Office in Post Office BsUdlnf.


Magic—VIHtite Magic!

An erenfaiff of the meet thifning, myitlfytoe tribkih

BVnented by the muter tuoriiieker end magicleii^

Brush the Great

Hie wogJ^*"! inchidee Che greeteit iUtulone of the Par

Eeet, laaUi ChloA. JepAi^ ee well as of Europe ud


}^ ,. See th« HrpnoOsed BelW-Jt Stays ID Mld-Airl

^0j, The Greet Hiodoo Beeltet Trick.

It^^*.. -The Foituiie Telling DoIUw,

%'r fThe Greet Gun Powder Biddle

^; Snub WiU ftUlw Yoa Forvet Your Tronblef.

Second Nisht Attraction

SEASON TICKETS $2.78. But the FirM 500 WiU Be Sold at $2.2a

Got Your* Early and Sava 55 CwiU.

The Streng^th of Touth

With its ability to su|tain burdens and meet, the require*

ments of the strenuous >life-i-will not last always.

Jhere will come a time in your life when your bodity

strength will not be eaual to the task of providing, for your

physical needs. That time may be distant. It may be near.

You can put off the Cvil day indefinitely by leaving your

orders for Bakery with

PMlip DlBliI & Son, Inc.

Come and let us make you acquainted* with several

varieties of Bread a ndPastry. "^ -

flB* It's nflotigtt necessary to go into the de-

.,. tails describing the practical merits of the Ford

^ car^—everybody Itnows all about "The Universal

/, Car." How it goes and comes day after day and

' > year after year at an operating expense so small

•'*'^ that it*s wonderful. This advertisement is to

^ yrge prospective buyers to place orders without

u^ delay'/Buy a Ford car when you can get one.

.; WeMI take good care of, your order—get your

>i Ford to you as soon as t»ossible—and give the

•\$. best in "after-service" when required.

O'HARA BROS.. Agents

BREWSTOI. N. Y. T«l«phoM 19. ••^

nhe Knox Smith Undertaking Go.


1 Funeral Directors and Embalmers

TabpbowflC. H SmiA» Jr., SOCalb Awwwd Night ar Omj




Meat that will make and keep you in good health and iii

good spirits is a personal and national requirement.

Meet that le Pure and Meat that b Cut horn the Baal

Cattle in the Country ii Kept in our Rdrigerator.

All we ask is that you try Chaa. G. Ijieriptfdt Steady

patronage will surely follow.

Breweter Traffic Rulee.

SM to It th«i your auto bcadJlghts are in. conformity with the law.

Hall M the road Is youra—no more.

Develop the spirit -of give and take, therefore don't covet aiiyt>o4r*s

of the r-td. Wi«aM •»* Mny Ufhto

Look both ways before crossing a road. . v-r/ *],,

Remember the man on horseback or In a wagon, autom(4>Ile or tinclc lift

Just as much right to the road as you have.

Never go on a road unless you obey the law.

There are certain piaces designated for crossing the road.

Remember if you are hurt and are not following tAic direct riaea yoa

have no case against the village, township or person operating tbe vikUife.

Logic out for tU CMM>»«

Instruct ahlldren daHy not to play In the road or to rush into tae toiA

Every vehicle, motor or wagon must luve a light between soodows taa


If yon must walk a long distance in the coantry at night you we atfcr

If yo« carry a lantern.

All ol these precautions are not for anybody els« but for yon.

If yoa are maimed or killed these directions do yoa no gook.

The traffic officer and state troopers are enforcing dhe Ugfawtf Um^

obey them. They are your friends and are helping you.





Policie» I>rawn With SkiJlful Care

Fiie^ Automobile, Liability, Burglary, Surety Bond*.

Community Chautauqua, Brewster, N. Y., July 19-23, 1919.




Brewster, N. V., July 7, \9t9.

The Treasurer of the County of

Pnlntm, pursuant to- Chapter, tSO of

the UwS of 1900 entitled "An Act In

relation to unpaid taxes in the towns

of the County of Putnam/* gives notice

that the time for the redemption

of parcels of land sold under this act

oa the astb day of December, 1917,

for unpaid taxes, will expire on the

28th day of December, I9i9, after

which the persons entitled thereto may

.receive the deeds of such sale. i

The followin(E being a list of such



A~ parcel situate west of Lake Maho*

pac. In the to;vn of Carmel, shown and

described as Plot 20 on a map of Mahopac-Kirk

Woods, filed tn Putnam

County Clerk's Office under File No.

53. July 23, 1915. Supposed/)wner,

Ollne di Butera. Sold^ to H. & C.

Ryder for p7,§3.

A parcel of land situate in thtf central

part of the tdwn of CarmeL containing

about one-seventh of an acre.

Supposed owner, Adolpb Edelsteln.

Sold to Putnam County for 06.65.

A parcel situate west of Lake Mahopac,

in the town of Carmel, known

and described as Plot 21 on a may of

JVlahopac-Kirk Woods, filed in Putnam

County Clerk's Office July 23, 19lS.

Supposed owner, Ailda S. Williams.

Sold to H. & C. Ryder for «6.65.

A parcel situate west of Lake Mar

hopac, tn the town of Carmel shown

and'described as Plot 45 on a map of

JHahopac-Klrk Woods, ifided In Put*

naQi County Clerk's Office July 33,

1915. Supposed owner, IsabeJla T,

Swan. Sold to H. & C Ryder for S6.65.

Building occupied as Real Estate Of-

Gee, located on property of New York

Central Railroad Company at Station

near Thompson House in 4he town of

Carmel. Supposed owner, N. W. Walker.

Sold to G. Wesley Clark for 97.23.


Lot of land containing ten acres,

located northeast of Farmers Milts, In

the town of Kent. Supposed owner.

Estate of Wm. S. Mead. Sold to Edmund

D. Foshay for 97.62. #

Patterson, ' .

Telephone line consisting of poles,

wires, etc, extending from tenement

bouse of Andy Johnson easterly to the

Connecticut State Line and from tt|e

farm of Egbert Havlland easterly to the

Connecticut State Line. Supposed owner,

Herbert Winshlp. Sold to James E.

Towner for 57.98.


Lot of land situate near Manitou,

town of Pbilipstown, being part of Lot

iS, Mountain Park. Supposed owner,

Bofamilla Funda. Sold to Putnam County

for S7.17.

Lot of land situate In the south part

of the town of PhUipstown. Supposed

owner, Elma Woodrow. Sold to

•Stuyresant Fish for 98.80.

Lot of land situate near Manitou,

town of PhUipstown, being a part of

Mountain Park. Supposed owner. John

D. Foley. Sold to Putnam County for


Lot of land situate near Manitou,

town of PhUipstown, being Lot No. i,

Mountain Park. Supposed owner, John

Hardy. Sold to Putnam County for


Tract of Und with dwelling thereon,

situate north of Cold Spring, town

of PhUipstown. Supposed owner, Estate

of Mary £. Huestis. Sold to J. Bennett

Southard for f 61.90.

House and lot situate In Cold Spring.

lown of PhUipstown. Supposed owner,

tSaniel McCarty. Sold to J. Bennett

Southard for 98.06.

Lot of land containing Hotel, tttu-

»te In NelsonvIIIe, town of PhUplstown.

Supposed owner, Elward PolvenL Sold

to J. Bennett Southard for 918.31.

Two lots of Und situate near Manltou.

town of PhiUpstown, being Lota

33 9nd 24, Mountain Park. Supposed

owner. Frederick Slushmeler. Sold to

"•^ntnafn County for 9S.80.

Lot of iMd with store buUdtof

thereon, situate In Cdd Spring, town

of Philipstown. Supposed owner. Estate

of William J. Woods. Sold to Putntm

County for 934.32.

Lot of land with store - .Kildlnc.

{hereon, sltvate In Cold Spring, town


4,700 00

5,000 00

Lawful reserve with Federal, Reserve Bank ' 34,359 75

Ciib in vauU^nd ipet amounts due from national banks

105.898 32

Net amounts due from banks, bankers and trust companies

other tban included lo Items 13, 14 or l5.

6.673 78

Total of Items 14, iS, I6. 17 and 18 113.571 00

jCbecks G^ banks l9cated ou1.slde of dly/or town of reporting

bank and other cash items

9,393 76

Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer and doe from

U. S. Treasurer

3.500 00

Interest earned tnt not collected—approximate—4)D

Notes and Bills Receivable not past due

Other assets. If any

330 17

38 56


..' *

Capital stock pain tn

Surplus fund ' * -

Undivided profits ' ' '

Interest and discount collected or credited, in advance «' • .

of maturity and not earned (approximate).... »- F •

Amount reserved for taxes acccued ' ** ^ '

Circulating notes outstanding. / " *

Net amounts due to National banks • ' •

Net amounts due to banks, bankers and trust companies

(other than included in Items 31 and 33).

Certified checks outstanding

Total of Items 32. 33, 34 and 35 63,517 69

9835,775 90

Individual deposits subject to check 550,40$ 53

Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other

than for money borrowed)

Dividends unpaid .«. •.

Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits)

subject to Reserve ^ 558.993

^'^fmmM''^¥mi^:^€-^M T^^''•


9100,000 00

56,000 00

7,376 06

334 43

1,020 60

48,500 00

20,168 97

39,884 55

3.464 17

4,566 60

4.020 00

m wm






. "20 MULE TEAM"


II you ha>e not secured your free package^gret It to-day. It is good soap. Try It at the expensf

of the manufacturer and be convinced. ^^^


The dedlers named below are authorized to present FREE a full M^edfs ounce

package of *!20 MULE TEAM" Borax Soap Chips to every person who pur-^

chases Two One Pound Packages of "20 MULE TEAM" Borax. ;^

Woolens,|F1annel8 and|Blanket8

Washed with "20 Mule Teftm" Bonuc Soap Chips dry out soft, fluffy,

dean and sahityy. Also best for Georgette crepe waists, for lingerie

or other gannehtb^of sheer dainty fabrics, because the Borax cleanses

¥ridi6ut injunr and without rubbing. "If s the Borax with th^ Soap that

does the work.'

In the Kitchen

Of every home "20 Mule Team" Borax is needed, because it lightens

labor, floubles the cleansing power of soap and water, kills genns anU

being a harmless deordorizer and disinfectant, it leaves everything

clean, sweet and sanitary. '. *

Get Your Free Package of Soap Chips, with a "Direction Card" and "Magic

Crystal" Booklet at one of the following


A. F. Lobdell, Brewster;"O. H. Clark/Croton Falls; N. H. Minor, Purdy's.

Send a BlaU Order to Lackey, Piatt ^ Compayo r

Cool Hosiery for Women and


For comfort and wearing—light hosiery for mid-summer

with the sport skirt, with the light frock or for the

more formal dinner or evening dress must be correct.

Prepare with such items as these:

Women's Italian Silk Hose in brown, white, black—

double sole—size 8>^ to loj^. Price per pair $3.25.

Women's black and white hose. lisle—double sole,

garter top—sizes 8>^ to 10. Price per pair 3Sc

Women's.outside lisle.hose in black, white—sizes

9 to 103^. Price per pair 50c.

Children's fine rib hose in black, white, brown—

sizes 6 to 9>4. Price per pair 50c '

Women's fibre hose in black, tan, white with lisle

top—^sizes Sj^ to 10. Price per pair 7Sc.

TakfOwM SO.

Luckey, Plait & Company

Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

Brewster Cash Mea Market.

The Market that introduced low prices.

R. SMJWW. Proib

By trading here you save money and you get nothing

but the first quality meat. / ,

Liabilities other than those above stated 335 oo

9835.775 90 PRIME RIB ROAST, Ms

State of New York, County of Putnam, ss:


1, Edward D. Stannard, Cashier of the tbove-ilamed bank, do solemnly swear POT ROAST, 3Zc ap

(hat the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ROUND STEAK, 40e


Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 9tb day of July, I9l9.




PLATE B£EF,*lSc 20c



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LAMB CHOPS, 36c. 40c


Look over our prices for to-morrow. ' 7 V^







riipAHY HAM. 40c


FACON. 4Sc •• 'Z 'f

UVERW15H. 30c "-.^,j.

nUNKFURTS, 28c •" -i"-*





COM •» VM f3.t5 A GdlDo whan a»d» raadr tm wm ^

•rsATiarwDUMn vMovni<

* ftuariNix MMMirjicTwiWM. N. V;

ObMto OOLOR GABD lra« aw Acm

Dubury-Brawatar Lmabar Co.« BrmwBtmr.

D. Sptin * SOB, MUkopK. Grmu Bkoa.. Cokbw Bridg*.

MCKMI Bro«., Yorktem IWcbto. C T. TOBPUM, IJTolnatU,


Cone in and talk OYW houasing a barrel in your

Yon can bay it in 15, 30 and so gaOoo aleei dnum with faucet

wlikfa meant no laakage.


TaUpbooe 1IM>-J


Levy Bros.

For Your Vacation

Palm Beach Suits.

Madras or Silk Shipts.

Silk Hosiery.


Traveling Bags.

Motor Lunch Kits.

Food Jars.

White Flannel Trousers.

Washable Tic5.

B. V. D. Union Suits.

Straw or Panama Hats.

Suit Cases or Trunks.

Thermos Bottles.

Bathing Suits.

Our variety is too great to describe.

Levy Bros.

2U Main St Danbury, Conn.

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