EAST SYRACUSE POM^EY CENTER '^^^ffmwR^aiiwBBBiwim
HEWS. FROM The Quaint Art Furniture company, Our townspeople assembled Satur-
which, secured about four and one- day afternoon and erected a pole 50
FRIDAY, MAY *, 1917
half acr«s of Land in West Manilas ftc-t high upon which our flag was
street at a point almost opposite the soon floating. Rev. ("has. R. Vkkery
NEAR I f T H E
Published bjr the Mialius Publisajba-
Company. FajeuevlUc N. T. >—' B-entdlct Manufacturing company of Manlius mad*- a patriotic address , PUKEFOOD
Enttred »i Kcond cLus matter In the plant has just purchased two and one- a n l military music was a feature of
poaloAc* at K»)ettevti:e. N. Y.
half acres more of land in the same • lt.e oc c a s i u ^ '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES vicinity. The seven acres will be Mrs H^rto U,visiting friends in S y - .
f 1 SO per ) n r , 7»c lor i l l months. KIRKVILLE.
tic for t&re* m^r.Uu.
A D V E R T I S I N G RATES
Ret. f. W - B e t t s of -Sj-Tatrma r i l l ° ' j » " H f"'r « e huildlng to be erected ra. ujf
Mr.- Hiram IVnoyer and family.'
by the company in the manufacture
Rtadlrc notices oc* c«r.t a word (or preach in the UrcifersalUt church and' Mrs. Bishop of I'ompey - Hollow \
oo* Insertion In both M&nlius EU('* and ^Sunday at -i p. m. on '-The Ked Cross of the Thompson school desk.
Nolle** of «r.tert*lojnerit», for th« pur- SocMy of the VVorH With the locating of this plant in •.pent Sunday with Mrs. Barden.
pose of rjjsia*- tnor.ty. obituaries and Fast Syracuse and operations now Mr. IVnoyer has a new Ford auto-
cardj of thinVs, charged for at regular A farce. "A Modern Sewing Society"
rat* of or.t ctr.t & word under way for the construction of a u.obiie.
will be given by the l a d i e s ' Aid in
factory for the Harvard Wagon Mr. 11 IJuguld and family o f ' S y r a
the M. K. church Friday evening.,
One of the cutest business schemes company of Newark, a boom Is ap- ra<* visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mrg Orem Dean of Rochester was
that has come down the pike tor in town this week. parent in the village along -business Moore Sunday,
tome time, say* an exchange, is that lines. At the school meeting Tuesday
Mrs Martin Burke of Orlskany eal\
of the man 'who offered a' $5 prize St Matthew's church will be dedi- evening. James Clancy was* reelected
ed on Mr. and Mrs Garfield Burke cated Sunday. May 30, with a solemn trustee. Mr. Moore, collector and Den-
for the largest potato. He received
altogether fltteea bushels that at the
then market price were worth $18.75
pontifical mass celebrated Jay Bishop nis Barden, clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shoemaker and John Grimes. The new edifice has Mrs. John Meade spent last week That's Our Motto-
affording him a net return of $13.75. family of Mile-Strip were the Sunday been In cdurie of construction for two"' with relatives In Syracuse. ^
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mosher. years and will h a t e a seating capacity
St. John's school is certainly doing ' Miss CeTIa Sweeting is spending of 960. The present structure was *home ovt-r the week-end.
Charles Scott of Syracuse was
Best for tKe Least
Its bit for the country in offering free some time with her niece Mrs Rob- erected thirty-seven years ago. Rev- Q u r c u s t o m e r s live b e t t e r for less
training to all able-bodied men be- ert Dunlap in Syracuse. D. J. Moore has been in charge of the
Mrs. Cook is on the. slcs. ust. parish for the past ten years. Mrs. Sarah Sherman of Oneonta 13 m o n e y t h a n those who buy elsewhere—
tween the agea of 17 and 45. Now
that conscription has been decided Mr. and Mrs. \V. G. Hitchins were Harry L. .Benedict, president of the vi-iting her daughter, Mrs. Fred a n d all b e c a u s e of the p u r i t y a n d w h o l e -
upon by Congress the drilling which in t ' t k a recently. Benedict Manufacturing company. nuit«. -. s o m e n e s s of our groceries.
t a n be obtained at St. John's will Miss Kthel Chapman of Little Falls has announced that he will haTe all Miss Roxie Springstube. who has
N o t percentage~of p r o f i t r b u l g i o s j p t o f i t -
prepare - a man for a better soldier is the guest of her grandparents, Mr. of his employes' gardens plowed and heen in Syracuse for several months.
placed is condition for planting at his has returned to the home of her par- a t t h e y e a r ' s e n d is our a i m . T h a t result
and help him to advance from the and Mrs. Da,vld Chapman.
ranks should he be selected to help Mrs. Kdwards and family of Syra- exp«nse. More than one hundred em- ents is b e s t a t t a i n e d b y m a k i n g a s m a l l profit
defend his country's honor. Mi-s F.lla Jerome was home frbm o n e a c h i t e m a n d t h u s d o i n g a m u c h larger
I i u s e have moved into the Carr house. ployes are planning to raise their own
!'o;tUnd for the w e e k e n d .
vegetables this spriag. v o l u m of b u s i n e s s .
Principal Wilson of the Middle- FILLMORE CORNER Mi-s Hettie Doyle of Syracuse was
Trainmaster C. E. Ray. Postmaster • T h a t m e a n s t h a t w e b u y o u r g o o d s irf
town High school put a powerful Eugene Smith Is working for H. J- M. J. Spillane and John I-. Kyne of a rectM gu«st of her aunf, Mrs. Kate
m u c h larger q u a n t i t i e s a n d t h e r e b y g e t a
phraseological punch behind a sound Fillmore on th* Troop II. Farm. The East Syracuse News will secure Talluu.
idea when he said to his pupils: Mr. and Mrs.'Olive Robinson. Wil- and donate vacant plots of ground Thonjas Mahar. mail carrier is now- lower price, m a k i n g it p o s s i b l e for u s t o
"Every boy that raises a quart of liam Bolls and lady friend of Syra for prospective gardens. making, his trip to Jame3ville twice g i v e pure food groceries for less m o n e y .
beans, a quart of onions, or a few- ruse spent the week end at their cot Announcement has been made of i a i l y In a new truck. B e f r u g a l , h e a l t h y and h a p p y b y b u y i n g
ears of corn has done as much as if tage. the engagement of Miss Nora Beadle, S. II Culp, pastor of the church of
h e moulded a Mine ball. Every girl l i n e eap.ifceiurm ui -.*.--.> ..«.— «*..—..-, Christ, will conclude his work here. here.
Mrs. her nephew from Syracuse
•who gets the* brown healthy coat of talnlng Eugene Smith has been enter- „ hler f K r a n k „„,„ and ^ ^ May :<). and will locate in New Bruns-
tan looking after her garden is for :i few days.
equally patriotic. Now. boys and
- ' » - - * •
Vernon Smith of Syracuse spent
(?•-_.. Alia A I
Mcl>ough!in. a member of the local
ite pince in juue.
postofflce forte. The wedding will
Mrs. Henrietta Hungerford. who PEASE & AGAN
girls, it Is time to get to thinking." Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hodge left Tues- has passt-d the past year at the home
take plnce In June. FAYETTEVILLE
Mrs. Rufus Smith. day for a weeJCs ,vis.lt . I s n N e w ; York,.o!_ Mr. and Mrs. Sidney White, has
T h e Hill-Wlieeler gill providing
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. F111m,ore were in City. - • gone to Jamesville to live with her
local option in cities -which recently
Syracuse last week called as witness' The annual convention oT "TrR4"! daushter.
passed the assembly seems doomed un the Gibson will case.
Women's Home Missionary Society of The body of Mrs. Hannah Doolet J U 1 1 IJ LJ LI U I J I J I J U U I J I
t o . defeat as the senate commiteo' The Physical Instructor visited our Syracuse Eastern district, will open*, was brought here from Oneonta for
has agreed to so amend it that the school Monday.
Thursday evening in the Methodist burial last Friday.
goiernor will not sign it. In case Mrs. Dorn Is still seriously ill. Her church The body of John Oley was brought
this Is done, Governor" Whitman says two sisters are rarlnff for her. • »»otfo»f »
The East Syracuse Business Men's- n »-re from Jamesville for burial on
he will call a special session of the At the school meeting Tuesday Association and J. L. Kyne. will be Monday,
Legislature for the purpose of enact- nijrht, F. H. Fillmore was elected
hosts at a banquet at which the sup-
ing statewide prohibition as a war trustee. OL-nn Trinder. collector and
measure. Between the governor Grover Glfford. clerk.
erintendents, teachers and delegates
of the schools of Onondaga and Madi-
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Herzel and fam-
Overstock of Implements
and the liquor Interests the senate ily oj East Syracuse spent Sunday
son county who attend the town coun-
can appreciate tt\e position of th« ORAN with Miss Mame Oot. ^_ _
ty prize spelling contest to be held in
man between the devil and the deep Mr and Mrs. Frank Kupp of Syra- Mrs. Anna Mathews of Syracuse
this village on May 2S, will be the
»ea. cuse spent Sunday at Deloa Thomp spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D
son's and James Balsjey's.
guests of honor.
D. Costello. Syracuse Plows and Extras, One-Horse Cultiva-
New York State's lawmakers are The annual ''cleanup" in East
Mrs. John Buyea of Clockvllle and Mrs. Helen Adams who has been tors, Buckeye Mowers, Moline Spring Tooth
engaged in considering war meas- Mrs. Alice Holmes of Syracuse visit- Syracuse commences Monday. spending some time with her daugh-
ures. The Inevitable result • of suffi- ed Mr. and Mrs. Hiram lluyea last For the "tlrrt-time In the history of
ter in New- York has returned home. Harrows. Some of these goods were bought
cient study must be the repeal of the week. East Syracuse a woman won at an
fall crew law. It has been estimated election, and for the next year, be-
Mrs. Mary- Horan has returned to last year and we will close them out at less
Leon Tempieton's Sunday- school the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. D
that the full crew law in this state clas3 will hold a Foot Social Thurs- ginning the first Monday in August.
Costello. after visiting friends and than the present wholesale prices.
makes necessary the employment of day evening at the home of^J. F. Mrs. Maude Conklin will be a member relatives in Canastota.
J.0OO men whose presence on the pay- Cathers. for the purpose of raising of the Board of Education as a result
roll Is a waste, as their presence on \ money for a new carpet. of Wednesday's school election. Mrs.
Miss Beatrice Pilcher of Mlnoa is Perfection Oil Stoves, Garden Tools of all
spending some time with Mr. and
the*"trilns Is useless. .They contrib- Mrs. THioi Thompson, who h a s .
Conklin. nominated for trustee for
; Mrs. J". KemUnger. kinds, Acme Paints, the Best in the market, for
ute no necessary work to the oper- been III with'stomach trouble, is able j ™« >^af- received the highest vote Mr. Richard Robinson of Syracuse
ation of the trains; they contribute of any candidate. The total vote
spent Sunday-1" town.
inside and outside.
to be out.
no valuable factor of safety tor was the largest in the history of the
Mr. and* Mrs. J. A. Stanley of North Mr. ajid Mrs. Arthur N. Relyea and
trains, train ' crews or passengers Casenoyla visited h e r - p a r e n t s . Mr. M-hool district. 1,116 ballots being
son. 1/candrr, spent Sund.iy in Cana
which would be absent If they were and Mrs. S. H. Norton Sunday. cast Mrs. Conklin received 5S1' votes.
left behind when the trains start. R. B Clark and H. B. Peck were the
("has. Snook Is quite-ill.
They are parasites. economically
Mrs. Clarence Stein and mother, otlirrs trustees elected. At the-an- CORNELL POINTS POR FARMERS
•peaking, implanted on the railroad
system through the misdirected zeal
of labor union leaders.
Mrs. Bowes, left Thursday for Michi- nual meeting Tuesday night a budget
gan, the home of Mrs. Bowes. of J.T6.693 was voted after a hot dis- this time 13 •& crime against the
cussion. It was the largest attended country.
Any form of unnecessary waste at
JAMESVILLE meetins and election ever held in the Start experiments today on Chang- Fayetteville
Conscription Bill Passed The young ladles of the Methodist village. ing food habits—it may mean better
The American army in the war church will hold a variety fair and | health, too.
sgalnst Germany will be raised by a food sale at the church parlors CHITTENANGO With present prices for cow beef
conscription. The fight in Congress next Saturday afternoon and even- l
Miss Et,hel Ring of Rome has been there never has b e e n , a better time
for the administration selective draft ing. the guest of Mrs C. H. Osborn. to call out the low-yield cows.
measure was won Monday after days Mr. and Mrs D. J. M.ilane are par-1 Mrs. R. Fields Is the guest of The price paid to producers for
of the hottest kind of debate when ents of a son born Monday. I friends in Rome. first quality domestic "wheat in the
the House passed "the bill by a Tote William Cook and family h a v e ! Mr. Fake and family of Oneida I United Kingdom for 1917 has been
of 397 to 24. The bill, in somewhat moved to Liverpool. N. Y.
different form .was passed l a t e r . b y Arthur Nicholson has moved to
have moved in town.
Mrs W. Seemans of Tyler spent;
t fixed at $l.T4~a bushel, Your Continued Patronage
Because labor t i scarce do not neg-i
the Senate. SI to 8. Points of dif- Syracuse. last week with her son, O Seemans. i l e c t to make seed beeds. they con-
ference In the »ges subject to selec- Mr. and "Mrs. Louis Reals are par-
tive draft, "in the Senate and Honse ents of a son born April 22.
will necessitate a compromise before Mrs. M. J. Maher has returned
serve seed "and are a first defense
against low yields.
Having sold my Tarra located one-. „ „ , „ » ! „ m lthe ^ ^ ^ . „. . _ . „
Estimates of u r pumber of farm
the consTrtptioa bill become a law. home after spending several weeks' half mile north of Eagle Village-and tracOtf In a c t u a l ' u s e In the United
Principal points of difference be- In Syracuse. two miles east or Manlius. I will sell: s u f e s sho'w Illinois leading with
tween the houses Include the so-cal- Miss Olive Morris of Utlc* Is the the following property without r e - ! 3 - 2 0 2 . Kansas Is second with 2.2S7
led Rooierelt volunteer amendmeaV guest of Miss Jennie Goodfellow. serye on Tuesday. May S. c o m m e n c ; f o l W d c f o s e , y b y T e „ 9 > , o w i a n d 1 have purchased the milk route for-
ln the Senate bill; the difference in Miss Louise Titos of Buffalo la the Ing at 10 a. m. 3 horses. 1 ma.tcned »•-...». n . v ^ . . —I.K * — < nnn i« ..,.>, »
t i e ages subject to selective drsft. guest of relatives In town. pair of bay Geldings, weight about t N o r t h D l * o u w i , h < * " 2 ' 0 0 0 l a e t < * merly operated by Mrs. Morell E. Brown
the Senate bill specifying .those be-' 1.250 each: T black working Brood | c a s e . New York" ranks twelfth with
tween 21 and .27 and the House, 21 AMONG T H E MAPLES
mare weight 1.300; S-year-oId bay c o l l i 1.210. and will conduct it in the same high-class
weight 1.100 p o i n d s ; 1 two-year-old; • -~ - '
and 40. and the S e n t t e bill's army Mrs. Cora Healey of Syracuse spent bay colt. 1 one-year-old bay colt. 14 OREEN LAKE manner as it has been.
prohibition section. a couple of days here with former high grade Holsteln cows, nearly all; r^«-«tv< r ^ M «t t>~-»,<«t».. «-.• *
fresh milkers. 1 yearling heifer. 1 " w " ? .S™" °' ^ " ^ . "
A compromise Is expected on the neighbors. ._-—~—~
yearling ball. S shoats, 13 Rock fowls, *e**-end visitor at the Cro?s farms. 1 solicit your patronage and will guar*
age limits, possibly fixing the mini- Horace JtcT\Tbben left for Iowa on 3 heavy lumber wagons. 3 hay racks, The officers of last year In the
mum at 21 and the maximum at 35. Saturday on a call of the serious ill- 1 road carL 1 milk wagon. 2 pair school district No. U were unamkma- antee satisfactory service and products.
The House representatives probably ness of his father. heavy bobs. 1 pair light bobs, I firm- , e ] e c t f d t t t h e 8 c h o o l m M l I n hel<1
ers favorite grain drill 1 land roller,'
will not accept the Roosevelt amend- Jullne Walter and children of Sy- ers" favorite grain drill l land rouar, ? - . , „ ,. . . .
ment, which would allow the former racuse spent Sunday with relatives binder. 1 hayconi .harvester. 1 grain Tuesday evening as follow*: Harry U
tedder*. 1 hay rake. I Smith trustee. Howard U Cross clerk,
President to raise tnfsntry divisions here. mowing machines. I Lyons fanning and. Fred Mosher collector.
for doty on foreign soil John Prixslebrand of—Syracuse i» mill. 1 two-horse cultivator. I walk- ""Peter Waggoner, who has beea
*UPFRAOE COUNTY CONVENTION
spending a fewjlaxa>•»••-
ing cultivators. 1 Syracuse ptow 1 with Cross B r o s , through the sprt
rprlng-tooth harrow. 1 Keystone Im-
Three residents of this section are proved hay load ax. . 1 seta of heavy Is moving his famjly to Marcellus.
George B. Parker,
suffering from Injuries. Mr. Wbr- double harness. 7 'forty-quart milk
W i l l Bt Held Monday at Onondaga math on Maple farm. fo*t bones: Dea- can*, -firy binder. 2 hand corn Central City Trvtt Company 3 Ysara . Manlius, Nt-Y. - - - -
Hot<! In Syraewt* Old
ls Costello. foot bonea; Kenton Whlte- planters, damp box. lumber wagon,
The New \ o r k State Woman 8af box. sickle grinder. 1 sulky grind The Central City Trust Company
maa. broke a wrist. stone, 10 bushel crates. a"tew tons ot4 youngest among Syracuse banking in-
fra«* Party will hold their Coontr
EAQLB VILLAGE hay. stack of straw. ( 0 bushels teed
Coav**Uon at i h e Onondaga on Men- oats. 20 .bushels potatoes, i barrels stitutions observed Hs third anniver-
day. Everyone Interested la wlaalng Charles Owen Is III at the home of vinegar stock; household goods'con- sary thla weak.
tao vota (or w o a e a la Kovombar U h i t mother. .Mra. W. Owen. listing of 1 bedroom tult. couch, Quarterly dividend checks ot 1 per
re-elected rhtlra. bedstead. Urfce parlor store, cent have been mailed to the stock
txpected to attend. At 19 o'clock, re- Sampson Parker was
ports from th« districts will o* gl\-en, trustee. Fred. Robfetaa clerk and El- * horseforks. rope and pnney, whit- holder*, and at the tame Ume t h *
At BOOB la the RathsVeMar, a Imaca- mer Mills collector at t h . v**®*™ < $ & ^ $ ? ? £ k t t & twelve employee* *Ma#» bank recelv •
! INSURANCE: * I
meeting Tuesd sdty evening. T M i n s . cauwron aie, i u e . cooa o usiovw, • - » • • - \d7 ' B di 'f ,o" , v « . . . J . . \ i . M . i
| and o t B O T Ismall t tools t to Mnumerou* ttoo * * . d ^ * " FIRE
t o n will t * served. a n j other ntii oo 0 tn*r « L^J^tS^'SSS^. \ l
Mr. and Mra. Chart** Sherwood of mention.
... These tools are In good i log tp 1 oer cent, of their salaries-1 •
- ..-•. - •_ ~ J inr ta l per LlABlblTY
DtnlfiftiUBed s p e a k m are expect- -"rte^niittutloa, opened three - year* I; p*
ed ID t a t afternoon. Mr*. Raymond Manilas Ceater w e t * S a n d c y . guests condition and many of them nearly ago with oTfJy f o a f m e n back of \ h e l , , AUTOMOBILE
Brown will be la charge. ~anbject< ot counter".
counter. " ... 1 f WORKMEN'S
Oovernmeat Sarvjc* -will b« dlscat- Parker. be given oa good endorsed, approved The third aaalveraary exhibit of "de- COMPENSATION
•ed a t well aa polata o*. how to v i a t i e Wllltag Workers wiu meet note* with Interest at • per cent, pay- posits carried by the trust c o a p a a y
shows the growth ot the bank baa
th* M f f r a f i campalnf. with Mra. Millard Everingham Thart- able at the Salt Spring* .Bank* o t beea rapid. Oa the opeatag day th*
d s y afteraooa. May 1*.
W. A. Beaderrr-Auctioneer. 1 C. deposits ware 1114.414 and at the
Thomas M. Tryniski
C. E. COUf, fSTaft
Try » T o r 8aJa" Ad. la th* Class] Robert Nixon of Homer la the guest Adsms, Clerk. 309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York 13069 close of b u i f t e a s featarday. they ag- W ^ » » ^ ^ m m » ^ m » ^ . , » ^ k » » . , » . m * - l » ? '
.v. - - -.— fled A^vartUlac eorBsra. of hta sister. Mra. Rarat Baldwin. J. W. e a s i e r I fTeated ! > > W 1 » » ?