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ItKS. CObaKLKS MAJIZ
Between South ICain end Htary lits.
Shoe Shiniiig Parlor
HATS CLBANBD AND RENOVATBi) CIGARS. CIOARBTTES
J. A. CHARKALIS 44 So. Main SL FRBBPORT
I 01. 1. B. fHAPSEO
I HOURR: i A. M. to ( P. M.
inn. MAIN ST. PRREPORT, H. 1
Tel«>phone I08S-W Freeport If !'•¦ Apiprrmtmtm *tylt DIatlaetlea
Freeport Fish Market
Removed from Iferrlck Road
7 SOUTH MAOr STREET
Freth Oytten and Clanu on the lalf shell, by the plate or qnu' tity in bulk.
ALL KINDS FISH
Drop in and get a clam or oyt- er on the shell.
We Have New and Used Fords
Touring, Rnnabont, Coupelet, Town and Buainess Can
¥^or Sale or Exchange
We carry and constantly have on hand a large stock of all FORD parts
Tools and Man Make the World's Greatness
WE EMPLOY THE MOST CAPABLE AND RELIABLE MACHINISTS
We wie<"tein a machine shop equipped with modem and ap-to-date ma-
ohinery and having a capacity to do any and all work on
or aboat an aatomobile.
Dodge Motor Cars, feO.be Detroit, $785e
SVPPLrlBS or ALrl^ KINDS
fw aJrerlUBf is
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received in this office at New York City rates.
The New York Times is the dominant newspaper in New York City for the advertiser who wishes to reach the intelligent, progressive and wi!ling-to- spend.
The circulation of The New York Times—both daily and Sunday—exceeds 300,000 copies —a greater circulation than that of The Herald, Sun and Tri¬ bune combined.
The New York Times publishes more general ad¬ vertising, including finan¬ cial, automobile, school, railroad and steamship ad¬ vertising, than any other New York newspaper.
THE health of a nation depends upon the strength of its individuals. Thc strength of the individual depends upon his mode of living.
Men and women who eat and drink, work and play in MODERATION form the back¬ bone of a nation's strength.
Those who do not live moderately lose energy and endiu-ance. THEY will find good, pure beer a valuable source of nourishment. It will increase their strength and vitality, stim¬ ulate the appetite, act as an aid to digestion and tonic to the nerve centers.
As nerves and digestion are dependent upon each other, it restores harmony to both.
The absolute wholesomeness and purity of its ingredients and the advanced scientific facilitie#by which it is brewed, brands
The 'Betr thai SatisMe^
as the Ideal National Temperance Beverage.
it U a beverece tliet U absolutely pure, and when used in moderatiom U tke Ueel beverace el tke tarn- perate and tbe locical food-drink of tamperanco. It i« tk* product of kygieaic brewiM(, eerefel fillMriac, pwpar aefaic, MBltary bottling and tkorougb paatauriaation, making it a beve^tge tkat ia amevirpaaeai hf amg keer, amy- wkera.
In BottUu tmd on Draught. Bottled at thm Brewery ExeUunvtdy.
The Jacob Ruppert Brewery
Third Avenue, SOth to 92d Street, New York
GOLDEN WEDDING IN HISTORIC LOG CABIN
Festlfitlss In Hwiss Whlcii wnkstood Ifldlm Attacks.
Blalravllle., i'a.—In the Ior cablu whloh oncp withstood Indian attack^ and boused six Ronerationn of tbe fiim llj. Mr. and Mrs. William Klnnan role brated their golden wedding annlver Bar>-. Five sons and flve daughters Hnd twenty-flve grandchildren of the cvupte Joined In tbe celebration, which lnste«] several days.
The Klnnan honie.'ln was built In 1771 on the Pittsburgh l>lke, flve miles west of Blalr^ille. One member of the Klnnan family, a woman, was scalped by Indians near the house shortly after Its erection.
Mr. Klnnan ia aged seventy-four aud Mrs. Klnnan, whose maiden name wax Rosanna Larkin. is aged seventy-one. Mrs. Mary Culp of Indiana, Pa., a sis¬ ter of Mrs. Klnnan, and Mrs. Emma Larkin of Blalravllle. a sister-in-law of Mrs, Klnnan, wero present at the cele bratlon.
The sons of tbe coupie are James K. Klnnan, wbo lives on the homesteail with bis parents; WUIiam E. Klnnan. who resides a short distance from lhe homestead; John T. Klnnan, Canal I>u ver, C; Josepb F. Klnnan, Dayton. C. and Charles F. Klnnan of Canton, O.
The daughters are Mrs. Emma Fea- sel, Derry township; Mrs. Catherine Gray and Mrs. Edward New of Bairds- town, Mrs. Rebecca Bridge of Bliilr.-* vllle and Mrs. Mary I>onin of Vander- srrift.
BELL GN RAT DOES TRICK.
Two Talaphone Company Managars
Finally Gat WIraa Through Tunnsl.
Canton, 111.—Success ha.s crowned the efforts of two rural telephone com¬ pany managers to establl.<lore(l ruins npon the Iianks of the Nile.
This wlioat was known to be more thnn 4,(MI0 years did. The glass con tainer whicii holds tho grain is her¬ metically .sealed. To all outward a])- pearanccs the wheal is Just as soinid as tho day it wa.s Iluyed from the head In the long ago, when the earth was in¬ habited by a civilization that is now forgotten. The grains are plump and large.
"I have been told that the grains would probably germinate If planted. but I have never tried auy of them," Colonel Holland said.
STUDENT GETS GOLD l
Alaska Parents Send Son His Money In a Sack,
Seattle, Wash.—An allowance hi the form of gold dust comes regularly from his parents in Candle, northern Alaska. to Colin C. Clements, a senior student at the University of Washington, (lem ents, who recently received some "dust" and nuggets, took It all to an assayer and turned it intn coin of the realm.
The remittance came In a sturdy purse made of a webbed foot, believed to be that of a ptarmigan, with the lei: used as the mouth of lhe sack.
Candle Is on Kotzebue sound. Just below the arctic circle. Because of t he delayed mall service Clements had to wait more than the thirty days, which most college students cuusldor a long enough interval between remittances from home.
He is preparing himself for newsjia per work and expects to supply the res idents of his home-region with the news which thejr now must get by tele¬ pbone from Nome, across tbe penlu; sola.
Qivea Fortune te Mother. San Francisco.—Frank Jones, twen¬ ty-two years old, renounced an inher¬ itance of 116,000 ia favor of his mother. Mrs. Mary E. Jones. Jonea' father died two months ago, leaving an estate val¬ ued at ItlO.OOO, all of whicb Is be¬ queathed to the widow. For some rea¬ son Jones did not mention his son tn the will. Therefore the will ia void, and the son is entitled to one-half of the estate. "I am young, have good health and am well able to suppoit taj. self," Jones told Judge Graham. "I wish to renounce my rlghta of inlier- ttaace ia favor of my mother."
Get aomethins that will make tht flsttro shapelier. Sqmething embraeins all the latest style features and at the same time, preaerving personal comfort. Get a WAUtt Corset.
An expert corsetier awaits the pleasure of fitting and advising you. Corsets tail¬ ored to order dn a day or two or we can flt you from our large and varied stock of WADE ready-to-wear.
Mrs. Annie Abbott
HO. COLUMBUS AVENUE FBEEPOBT
Onr Method of Laundering Collars
NO FRICTION JUST PRESSURE LESS WEAR
Your collars are MOULDED to the proper shape, leaving ample space between the Inside and outside of collar to allow for tbe tie to slip freely.
If you send your laundry to us now, tell your friend?
PARK LAUNDRY CO.
1 ] 9-129 PBOSPECT STREET JAMAICA, KEW YOBK
Flushing Rookville Centre Freeport
Oarden City Hempstead
OUR AUTOS COLLECT AND DELIVER IN THE ABOVE VILLAGES