Nassau County Review 19071101
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VOL. XIII FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1907 NO. 1 A Good Ticket One Worthy of Support of Every Voter—Every Nominee Well Qualified When you f^o to the polls next Tues¬ day to vote for oflicers for Niissau County for the coming year you will he doinj^ the right thing if you mark your ballot ilke this: should he kept where he is becauso no one could jierform the work better. , (L'harles F. Lewis ' .More thati one million dollar.s is re¬ ceived and disbursed annually in con¬ nection with the varioua deiiartmetiLs of the goveriunent of Nassau County, the court fines, tlic colliitcral inheril- iuice tax, thc trust fund, of which the Oiunty Treasurer is by virtue of his office the custodian, the exci&o fund and others. The greatest compliment that could he said of ii man who has this; FREEPORT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Seth Pelton of Monti¬ cello, N. Y., have heen visi<;ing friends here. This Thursday evening is Halloween. .Mrs. F. J. Sprapue^ of Grove Street is visiting her mother at Northport. rent, ria.-t j Get your magazines at the Nassau Iwo very pleasant room with heat to | County Review Stationery Department. Mrs. Ann C. Kayifor is iiui- 'r liroken hip resullii)'.;; fi-n-n ;i fa'^ 1' , Satui-dav. with board. li] North Bergen It. Ladies' Home Journal for November. Nassau County, Review Stationery Department. E. D. Seabury is erecting another seven-ro<im cottage at Roosevelt, H. position of responsibility and trust is 1 L. Trubenback is the architect, that the hooks of his office always .Ste()licn Wiilters i • liiivini; a cement I walk placed in front of his residence on ! Bedell Street. The winter time-table of the L. I. R. R. goes into effect to-day I Friday). Leon J. Storer of Scriinton, Pa,. snent Friday with his sister. Miss Helen .M. Storer. Miss home. BALDWIN. r^thcl Cock is cdntinod to her Single copies of the lievi'jw at 11. ColicC/.'s and 1. !».iSil\:i' th" Review ofHce. E. F. Osb niovcil to .Mor -:ilk .Mrs, homo ( Fr;iiik I HiU-fi- iiiul laiiiilv liiivc Talk. Miller .\\CIUlt The Dyeing Establishtnent is move into the building viicated by S. Williams, north of the latter's liv .stable. .Miss Alice Voung is \ stir al .Vnislerilain. N. Y Isltll-.U- lU'l- S. A. Williams moved into their Grove Street. and famiiy hiive new home on South have balanced without thc variation of a .single cent. This is a matter of re¬ cord. No man holding public ottico in the (Jounty of Nassau has iieen more maligned than has County Treasurer Lewis. Thc criticism was for politi¬ cal reasons, but was ignored hy this 'official who was content to know that his system iind bis methods were ap proved iind endorsed by the ,State (!e- jiiirtments. One time he was com¬ pelled to force a .Mr. Wallace to juib- licly apologize for statements made in and (Jountry several of the county papers because they liore the signature of a niiin vvho was supposed to know wh;it he was Wm. A. Attfield, a veteriniiry sur¬ geon, lias established an oflice in S. A. Williams' livery stable, So. ."i; .Main Street. Tile smoker of Freeport Council, .\'o. .")7, Jr. O. U. A. M., will bu held this F'riday evening. Hot water bottles made for prolit only are expensive at any price. Those advertised by Chas. I'. ^Jmith in unother c<jlumn in this is.sue are made j for service. It. I The montlily meeting of the Frceport I Arts Club will be held with Mrs, D. ! Ellis Mackay .Monihiy iiftcrnoon; the i topic of the afternoon will be "Home' Re ihb; (! famil Mrs. .Martii I have returneii to their wititei- hi Ion Hooir.'i- St.. Hrooklvit. If >ou have any special happenings vicinity, we would I it. visitors apjiear in ike to know ir any I Mrs. Poinsett Coojier and .Mi-, iind j Mrs. I>onis D. Amermann and daughter have i-eturned to their city home for, ! the w-inter montlit^. j I i Tiie -Woman's Missioiiary .Society' j vvill meet at the resicioiice of Mrs. Ros- ^ I well Davis. '2i> Rose Street; leader, | I .Mr.-T. A. E. names. j I The Liidies' (Circle uf the First Raii-j i tist Ciiurch will hold irs regular month-; riv meeting iit the resilience of Mrs. Miss Clara Leliig of I'rookiyi! ^i.ist .Sunday witli Miss .M. H. Wheck r. Hon. .John F'o.\ nnd famiiy liave ic- turneil t.) .New '^'ork for thc wiiitei-. Wl sh M Mi 'ek ^.S in .M N Thieves in ilH ol ay ( ibcl ew V lirok eorg nigiit. .M ori e ¦ Her :, wit into !¦;. V is h n tl.e iti> speiu ¦lal 111 ost iv ic in;.:- t"'. ;snii liintl II til m yiiriJohn H. .I'ollins, 210 Raiul.-ill Av. ibout 1 \,,v. C, at 2 V. Alfred .1. Thomas iind f;imi!y n:ovc(l to their r.ew home ;it Montgomery. New 'S'ork, this week. ni. ¦4e REPUBLICAN NOMINEES ;¦ William G. Miller WJlen Mr. Miller was nominated for Reheiirsiils for the c;int;itii "The Messiah," to be given in the M. E. i Church in December by the Freeport '• speaking of and for that reason Mr. (;horal Society, are Ijeing held Tuesday Lewis found it necessary to show the evenings in the Presiiyteriati Church i incorrectness of thc statements niiide. under leadership of Prof Palamountain. \ The Frecport C'lub entertainment Committee is arrangfnj? for anotfiur militarv euchre on Werlnesdav, Nov. 20. Wilbur Rider iind Harold Williams of this village and Williani Seaman of Wantagh started Friday for Florida, where they exjiect to spend tlic winter. The M. 1.. .¦^. wiii IwelflJl aiil!i->'cis;iry b\' party at the h'.me of Mis- day evening. Estimates furnish.'d on rejiiiiring, ]i;iinliii^: and w While conducting his ofhce on a strictly business basis, Mr. Lev\'is has Asserpblv two years ago, his next door I , , ,. . . .. i . • . .; " ..... . .. _! found time to give to the develojnnfj .Mr. and Mrs. ''.'heoilore Wernei- of All young lire enthusiasts over six¬ teen vears interested in the formation New York are spending their fourth i of a juvenile fire company iire invited There will he the Communion service j in the Presbyterian Church Sudnay' moriiing- with ii short sermon bv-the I pastor. Rev. K. P. Ketchiim. iind ad- j mission of iv:'W iiicnibcTs. | I and rubber lii .¦\ .'ilke, pie and can/-'siiK'will be Moi- and .h liv hekl Saturdiiv. Nov. 2, at2:;;i) ji. in., inore, Sn for the benefit of the Ejiiscopiil Ciiurch of the Transfiguration, at the residence of Mrs. George K. Libby, P.ergen Place. •, iel.ri a Halii .Mott I ¦ lis e'en Fi-i- ¦d Is \N . ll- tl at M.n.-11.1. Colvin iV: (• ciiriia.LTc repaired ¦k c-ill.-.i ./,. K.-ll- tr neighbor, Wm. P Jones, President of the Allied Boards of Trade of the Town of Hempstead, said in nominating him : "Thirty-five years ago he came from Brooklyn with only two things—a de¬ sire to succceed tind the clothes he had on his back iind there were two things that made him the successful business man that he is today—he. was not a- shamed to put on a pair of overalls and j get to work and he was not afraid to get hjs hands dirty in honest work. I have met him in business life, in social life and in politics and I know him to be a man worthy of any honor. He served as president of the Village of Freeport for seven successive years. You know the character of some of the people of Freeport and anyone who I can please them all for seven years j must indeed be above the ordinary." ! These sentiments were echoed by Wil- 1 liam S. Hall when he nominated Mr. | Miller in the Assembly convention this year, and hy every man in Freeport i who has met him and there are few j who have not. And he is as willing | to shake hands after election as hefore. i Mr. Miller is not essentially a politician j but he is a gentleman and a man who I can be'depended on to do what i» right! of the institntions in his home village jThat he j home is plainly evident. He ; President and one of the charter wedding anniversary with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bonnie Brooke, ('ottage to sticak to H.i once. rv Lootuim iibout il at respected and honored at Tabb at ,s the : K«f«evelt. '"^"'- This Friday. Nov. 1 bers of the Port Washington Building wJU be observed in All Saints Day the Episcopal and Loan Association, an institution ! Church of the Transfiguration by Cel- splints and curbs with assets of moi-e than $100,000 and ebratioii of Holy Communion at 10 which has built upwards of seventy- Dr. (jeorge G. Kelley, V. S., is still With the Freeport Veterinary Hospital at 7f) North Main Street, Freeport; 1 bone lameness a specialty; spavins, five homes in the village and sustained j no losses, iind vice-president of the I Bank of North Hempstead, one of the soundest financial institutions on Long I Island. Mr. Lewis is an enthusiastic Next Suiulay is the Octave of All Saints -Holy Communion at 10:.S0 and Solemn Evensong and Procession at 7 l.'SO. The funeral services of VVilli-nm Smith, late of East Merrick Roiid, j were held on Sunday afternoon. Rev. volunteer fireman and at present fore- | K. P. Ketcham and Mr. Glover ofhciat- man of Atlantic Hook and Ladder Com¬ pany of Port Washington. He is ii member of Morton Lodge, No. 4(), F. and A. M., of Hempstead, and of Kis¬ met Temple. For several terms he held the position of District Deputy Grand Master for Nassau County of the L (). (). F. Franklin A. Coles ing. Mrs. Smith wishes to thank the many friends for their exjiressions of sympathy for lier .sorrow in the loss of} her husband. Fred .Menendez of Bclimor.' giiaran- t.M's as retiresented everything sold by him. No exageration or misrepreiil- ation. If in ne.'.l of a carrage or wagon, write for a r(']iresentat v.' to call for i>articiiliirs ; see adv. tf Vote for your fellow citizen, Wil¬ liam G. Miller, at the polls next Tues¬ day. He is on the Republican ticket for Member of Assembly and has shown his adaptaliility for the office. Robert P. Smart, eldest son of El¬ bert Smart, formerly of Merrick, and a brother of Mrs. Nel.son H. Smith and the lato Jack.son Smart of this villiige, die<i at his home in Trny, N. Y., Tues¬ day, in his 90th year. Funeral ser- The Republican nominee for District i ^'i'^^'^-'* will be held from his late home Attorney is well-iiualified for his ottiee and he will not be under the control of any corporation. In imother column w-ill be found iirticles from two papers on the north side where Mr. Coles re¬ sides, one Rejiublican and the other in Troy Saturday afternoon at 2 :.30. The South Shore Yacht Cluli held a regular meeting at the Benson House Thursday evening, at which time it was voted to issue 240 H per cent 10 year gold bonds secured by first mort- ^ . , , I , . , ,. K^trt', with which to build a club house Democratic, hut both endorsing him for , ^^ Osteopathy in P'reeport Dr. Trenl.olni of Brooklyn, N, gratiuate of th^American Scho Osteopathy. Kirksville, Missouri, open an office at the home of Y., j1 of will Mrs. regardless of con.sequences such men 1 ^''¦""'^•¦"'-'^•- ""-- "*'^" vnuoismK mm ior , ^t a cost of $7000 and .i^oiioo for fur- are scarce at Albany and we need all ' ^'^^' fKisition he hiis filled for the past | nishing, building garage, improving . ,, 4. A i I I two vciirs. ! projierty and putting down docks. of thejn we can get. Assemblyman \ - . Wright, (51 West Merrick Road, on Wednesday, Nov. >. Dr. Trenholm comes well recommended and will visit Freeport on Wednesday and Sat¬ urday of each week. Nervous and chronic cases a specialty. The human organism is regarded by the osteopath as ;i very fine picei' of mechanism, as liiible to get out of physical repiiir as any other machine, iind requiring it to be adjusted properly in a mechanical way before it can be expected to func¬ tionate iiroperly. -Adv. Miller's inajority was big hist year. Let it be bigger this year. ^^ Josejih Foster, the man named for Sheriff on the Re¬ publican ticket, is well acquainted with the duties of his ottiee, and is well-qualified to perform them too. He is well liked by all who know him, and is a man who can be trusted to at¬ tend to his duty honestly and fearless- ly- Charles T. (iili renominated by the Rejiublican conven¬ tion for Overseer of the Poor, is w-ell As a jirelimiiiiiry to the installation I of free delivery service on Friihy of j this week, requiring additional i-ooni and facilities for handling mail, the Post Ofhce was m(ned Saturday nighl „ . , ,„.„ .. , ..11- c rr I . ^, , I to the new huilding erected for it on isjioken of ,n Sea Cliff-, his home vil-1 liamson of loronto who recently ]ec-1 ^^j^ ^^^^^,^^ ^j,,,^. removiil was ac- I complished without difliculty, as only the mail maUer, books, stamjis and other supjilies wert«» needed for the new office. In the new building. A recital of "The Christniiis Carol" by t'harles Dickens will be given bv ! "The Dickens Man." xMr. E. S. Wil-i ANY MISTAKE IN SO DOING. BELLMORE The corner stone of the new school Thomas S. Cheshire It is a frequently exju-esscd sentiment among lawyers that in no county ofthe state are the jiajiers in the County Clerk's oflice more carefully kept or | house will be laid this Saturday after accurately indexed than in Nassau j noon, with ajipropriate ceremonies. County, where Mr. Cheshire has had | vVord received Wednesday hy them tn personal charge for several of th.e jirominent years, iduring his two terms of office, i the safe arrival lage. During the two years he has tured here on Charles Dickens. The , ,, ., JC , , J .. , recital will be given in the Presby- held the oflice he has done his work ^^^^.j^^ (.,^^,.^,h^ Wednesdav evening. De- well. A change is not necessjiry. cember 4, under the ausjiices of the No one could do better than Mr. Gill. |,Junior Society of Christian Eiuieavor. Send h'"i hack for another two years. / ¦ D. B. P. Mott Post, No. .-.27, C. A. P0T YOUR X UNDER THE EA- r., ushered in the fall and winter scii- GLE AND BALLOT BOX WHEN ! son of social events Saturday night by YOU (iO INTO THE POLf.S NEXT giving a smoker to i4s member^ and TUESDAY. YOU CANNOT MAKE '""""' Pr'^n''"^^"^ invited guests innclud- Dr W. B. Kelly of Rockville (\'iitre i.s"a griuluate of the New York Univer¬ sity iitid i.s a thorough man in the sev¬ eral branches .if veterinary surgery and medicine; give him ii trial: '|ihone,271 J-l, Rockville Centie. About fifty of our riremen ;.ttended the second annuiil dinner of the Nassau County Volunteer Firemen's Associa¬ tion ill Miueolii Wednesday evening, .lohn D. (-lunning wiis chairman of the committee of arrangements and the event passed off very successfully. The New York Tailor wishes to in¬ form his friends and patrons that ow¬ ing to the increase of business he has been comjielled to seek larger ijuarters for his tailoring business. After No¬ vember 1 he will occujiy the building at 24 S. Main St.. Freejiort, ojip. the new Bank. It. A misjilaced switch caused ii freight engine with two cars to tiike ii wrong track Thursday morning, and they bumjied into two loaded cars standing on the siding so that both the latter were knocked jiast the bumjier and in¬ to the roiidway, causing considerable damage. Fortunately the traimiian on toji of the moving ciir was uninjured. The services in the First Bajitisl Church Sundiiy morning will be jireach¬ ing by the jiastor. Rev. F. O. (Cunning¬ ham, at 10:.'!0 a. m. and 7 ji. m.; morn-1 ing subject, "Blessed are the Peace- Makers," the sixth in the series on "The Beiitituiles;" evening subject. "The Law against .Murder thc' Sixth (!onihiandnient;" Sunday .Schoool 2 :;]() J), ni. All ;ire welcome. A. .1. Thomas iin.l fiimily hiive re- North '""ved to their new home in Montgom- I ei-y, N. Y. .Mr. Thomas has rented I his house on (inind .'vvemie to his suc- I cessor, Mr. Schmidt. S. P. Pettit an.l Kolaiul .M. Lan. ¦ will sell their lots corner Rockwoou Avenue iind .Merrick Road at public iiuction. cominencing Now 7 and con¬ tinuing till .Siiturdiiy, Nov. It. They will give iiwav jireseiits each ila\-; see adv. WANTAGH The Peekskill giiui-l on Searord .Avi-- nue promises to be ii big imjirove¬ ment. Mrs. Charles .Schiifer enlertiiined the members of the Liidies' Aid Society on Wedni'sday afternoon. . The Hiillowe'en Sujiper id'the King's Diiughters will take jilace this (Thurs¬ day) evening iit the home of Mrs. James .M. .Seaman. The Wantiigh (ilee Club will give an entertainment in Ultsch's Hall on Thursday evening, November 7, under the direction of Professor Pahunoun- liiin. Re\. Thoniiis S. Braitiiwiiite, jms- tor of tlie Menioriiil (,'hurch, will ;)rc!ich the fifth sermon in the series on "The Seven (Cardinal Virtues" next Sunday evening when the subject will he "Fitith". Ill the morning the siicra- nient of the Lord's Supjier will be iid ininistered and tu-w ni.'tnbers r.''e!\cd. Mott one merchants tells of of Moses Hunt and CourVesy and politeness have beep the | P"'"ty ^^ Annapolis^ Mai-yland. rule in his office; it is a pleasure to do' Harry Emeigh had his head badly Guard, and cut by being hit by a piece of coal Patterson. A^l spoke in glowing while at work tn the plai^ifof the Brook- terms of the example i=et bji,Mott Post lyn Water Worksa^ East New York. • ;„ promoting fraternity and .sociability District Committeeman Charle.s Rur- among its members and of the loyalty sel is hustling for the Rejiublican tic- business with him and it would not lie ; to the Iwjst interest of the county to I make any change. A voto^for Thomas S. Cheshire is a vote to keep the which ispf brick, every modern facil¬ ity has been provided for the reception .md handling of mail. The tixtures, of (juartered oak, furnish sejiarate stamp, money order, registered k-tter, carri'.'rs. general delivery and other . ,. , V, ^. ,^ . .windows. Lock boxes and drawers of ing Gen. Kerwin. of the N.\ . Pension modern design, for mail, are provided Agency; Gen. George Chappell, Pa-:t j„ ^^^ cabinet. Tht re will be no calj, State Vice Commander ami other.s, at ^,^^^3 tj,^ p^w quarters jmivides a Its quarters in Odd Fellows' Hall, j ppj^.^tc office for the Postmaster, san • itary lockers for thc carriers, lava¬ tory facilities and other jiccommoda- tions. In the collection and delivery of i mail it is exjiected to make a business ; ci>llcctioii for the 7:20 a. ni, city mail Post; 1 .jj,,j t(, make the first full route deliv George Wallace, Captain of the Rear | ^^^ .j„,^,\ ^ .30 ^ „,_ a business sec- (\)mmilnder William H. tion delivery will jirecede this at 7 ..'Ui SEAFORD 'Mrs. (.'harles Steck and fiimil removed to Brooklyn. Mrs. Samuel Taft sjient Wediii lasl with her parents in Roslyn. -lay MERRICK The Merrick liremen are bu.-y re¬ hearsing under the direction of Kdward A. Spiegi'l for a minstrel ami vaude¬ ville entertainment, to be given by the members of the Merrick Hook iind Liid¬ der Co. .No. I, .Tuesiiay evening, .Nov. 12. The show is well under wiiv and Jiromises to he Ji success. H anted Every Mi The festivities of the evening, card jilaying, serving of oyster stew-s, coffee and cake, tinoking ar.d f^jieeches, maiie by Gen. Kerwin, Gen. Chappell, Past Commander James DciUi, of Grant Post; Hiram R. Smith, a newly-elect¬ ed honorary member of Couniy Clerk's oflice up to the same ket this year in this district. This high standard that it has been under Thursday evening a grand rally is to hia management. While we do not he-' ^^ ^^^'^' »^ which speecbts are to he , ,. , , ^ . ™, made by Franklin A. Coles. Thoma.^ S. heve a mnn should be kept in oflice Cheshire. Joseph Foster. Charles F. just because he happens to pet there i^Lewis, Assemblyman Miller and others, thiu oannot »pply to Mr. Cheshire—he j Everybody is invited to this meeting. and bravery of the il War. a. m. Collections are also expected for the noon city mail and ."ii-'SO p. m. There will be an afternoon delivery . from the 'd o'clock incoming mail, but oldiers of the Civ- j ^^^^^ f^^^^^ the fi p. m. tity mail, which brings the evening nfcwsjjajiers and The Ladies' Aid Society met with Mrs. J. W. Wanzer this Thursdav af¬ ternoon. .——-^ ?»Ir.-. Williani H. Condit sjient .sc'/- eral days last weel; with friends in Brooklyn. Lyman Taft and family are now- oc¬ cujiying R. T. Prod'O'i's ii'Mi-.- on Hic¬ kory .\venue. to call a I strength 1 which W( Carriages at Fl-ed Meneild. Colvin iV: Co.: d Wilgollr. 1 /. Hellniore, see a<lv. II jirr snece .•es, at i»ir to tf 0 i_ "I- i. J i ¦ considerable (luantity of inniortar.t let- Subscribers are requested to, ters. The carriers' routes will not in- J il- • c^ ... J M i elude the entire village, as the carriers SCn(i us their Street and No.j^„,y ^,^k 8 hours a day, and they . . ¦ . J f. I could not cover the routes in that time SO as to insure prompt delivery. -^ ^^^ ^^^u^^ village was inciudeJ. Womjin Jind (Jhild in l-'ree- jiort i.iir store for the greatest iitor itnd health restorer lave ••..I- -did \'iiio|. It is not a patent medicine, hut the most valuable cod liver jirejjnriition made by ill! evtri). tiM- yiid concentrating i;ro- i-e:".-^ ivum fresh cods' livers without a droj) of oil to nauseate atid upset the stomach and retard its-work, and tonic iron which is a needful constituent for the hl;.i(;d added. , ¦ We do not believf; there is a person in this vicinity who cannot be bene» fitted by Vinol at this Hea.son of the year. \'inol is delicious'to the taste, an<l it is recognized as the greatest strength creator for old people, weak, sickly women and children, nursinc mothers, and after ii .'-evere sickness. Vjnol is unecjualed for hacking cough.^, chronic colds, bronchitis and all throat jir.d lui:g troubles. Creates an appetite and makes those who a.»;e t"o thin, fat, rc:y and healthy. We have had .'^o much exoerience with Vinol and teen imj many wordcr- fu! results from its une that we offer A chowder supjier will be served in jto return money without ijutstion if it the Gulid Koom next Wednesday even- does not accomplish all we daim for inff, un^lor the auspices of the Ladies'i it. Thomas Johnston, Druggist, Vrve- The Euchre^Jlub will meet iit the home of .Mr. and Mrs. William Beni.s- ton this Saturday evening. .Mrs. Frank C. F]mo of Ansonia. C*onn., has returned home after a visit 't\-i».h .Mrs. A. Van.No.strand. Presiding Elder Charles L. Wing will Jireach anfl ariminister Holy Com¬ munion in the M. E. Church .S-jnday. Quarterly conference will also be hehl at th's time. G-ild. port. N. Y.
|Title||Nassau County Review 19071101|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19071101|
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1907
A Good Ticket
One Worthy of Support of Every
When you f^o to the polls next Tues¬ day to vote for oflicers for Niissau County for the coming year you will he doinj^ the right thing if you mark your ballot ilke this:
should he kept where he is becauso no one could jierform the work better. ,
(L'harles F. Lewis '
.More thati one million dollar.s is re¬ ceived and disbursed annually in con¬ nection with the varioua deiiartmetiLs of the goveriunent of Nassau County, the court fines, tlic colliitcral inheril- iuice tax, thc trust fund, of which the Oiunty Treasurer is by virtue of his office the custodian, the exci&o fund and others. The greatest compliment that could he said of ii man who has this;
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Pelton of Monti¬ cello, N. Y., have heen visi<;ing friends here.
This Thursday evening is Halloween.
.Mrs. F. J. Sprapue^ of Grove Street is visiting her mother at Northport.
j Get your magazines at the Nassau Iwo very pleasant room with heat to | County Review Stationery Department.
Mrs. Ann C. Kayifor is iiui- 'r liroken hip resullii)'.;; fi-n-n ;i fa'^ 1' , Satui-dav.
li] North Bergen It.
Ladies' Home Journal for November. Nassau County, Review Stationery Department.
E. D. Seabury is erecting another seven-ro|