The Post-Star from Glens Falls, New York on May 16, 1930 · 13
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The Post-Star from Glens Falls, New York · 13

Glens Falls, New York
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Friday, May 16, 1930
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THE POST-STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1930 13 I TOMORROW-LONG'S SHOE STORE-STARTS THEIR WARREN SBURQ The town board LAKE GEORGE The first Patron's! Wednesday evening named Jean Taylor of this place aa motorcycle pollce-fnan for the lummer to begin duty May 26. It wa also voted to relamp the .treet llghti at each and of the main street and let them to work at once, i Harry A. Reoux, representing the Schroon River Pulp and Paper com-lpany, complained of oil being dumped Into the river which had e polled a carload of their paper. The board referred the matter to tha health committee. A, subcommittee of the Warrena- Night ever held In the local High school will take place this evening. Prof. Philip Bonney and his faculty are anxious to have every parent, guardian and friend of the students attend. The regular afternoon session of the sohool will be adjourned to the even Ing, when the scholars wll Hake their S Hi U I places and while their parents and friends are looking on will go through their regular course of study so that those who visit the school may have Telephone Want Ada 2500 - ' r r f m tt rfFT- A W V V'k P A P V an Idea how classes are conducted during the regular hours. ROUTE NUMBER CHANGED U it .. ... hoard to purchase a small set of 1n ika haJih nlinlnai The articles will be purchased, POWER EMPLOYES HOLD DINNER-DANCE WARRENSBUKQ Iroquois chapter of the Utilities association, comprising the employees of the Now York Power and Light corporation of the local division were hosts, last evening to the members of the local chapter us well as many from the Other chapters In the Albany district and officials of the company at dinner-dance in the New Adlron-I dack hotel. ,,:., 1 Following a dinner the " several f hundred present enjoyed dancing In V.he bail room of the hotel. nmce cdaimpco r dict CLASS VALEDICTORIAN ' WARRENSBURG Principal' J. Harold Rlpton has announced Francis Ernestine Rlst as the valedlc- tnMnn nf tha 1930 nan lor class of the 9 Hlo-h nrhnnl and June Reynolds- as the salutatorian. The valedictorian la the daughter Of Ernest G. Rist. Her mother, Maude Bowen Austin, was salutatorian of the class of 1904. f PLAN FOOD SALE WARRENSBURG A food sale will be conducted by the Helper's Circle ot the Methodist Episcopal church In the Baker's salesrooms1 tomorrow afternoon. AGAIN ON P. 0. FORCE . WARRENSBURG Francis Thayer who has acted as substitute clerk In tbe local postofflce has again joined the local force for the summer. LAKE UEOKGE Autolsts who use the Lake George-Luaerne road will now find that road marked as 8-K Instead of 10 as It was formerly known, the state1 highway department, having changed the number. " MISSIONARY MEETING LAKE GEORGE Mrs; John Hall will entertain the Missionary society of tha Presbyterian church this afternoon at 3 o'clock at her home. TO ATTEND MEETING LAKE GEORGE A number of members of the Lake George chapter, Order of the Eustorn (3 far, will Journey to Potlersville tomorrow evening to attend the visitation of the grand lodge officers to Japtha chapter in that village. Supper will be served at 6, standard time. FIRE MENACE ELIMINATED WARRENSBURG Rain that was welcomed throughout the entire Adirondack region came here . Wednesday night and continued yPsterd;iy wetting down the woods and eliminating the Are menace that had closed the woods to the fishermen. BABY CLINIC' HELD ' ... WARRENSBURG The public health committee yesterday afternoon sponsored- a nurses clinic In Odd Fellows' hall under the direction, of the county nurse, Miss Bertice Reese, Several healthy babies were ex ami n ed. CARD PARTY TONIGHT "' WARRENSBURG The Woman's Guild of the Church of the Holy Cross will conduct a public card party this evening In the parish house. - i , When mother is tired, nervous or ill the whole Kome is upset. For her family's sake, every mother wantsio be well "and strong. These three women tell how Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound helps them to care for their families. ; ; ; Y if Mrs. H. 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One day & booklet was left at our door and after reading it I decided to try Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I am now on my fourth bottle and I feel much stronger; It has helped me in every way and 1 feel sure that other women in rundown condition will pick up if they will only take a few bottles. 1 Name , M M W M. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TEXT BOOK. 64 pages of valuable Information; Free to women Mdfl this coupon to Lydia E.Pinkham t Address. Mcdicin O. j ' Lvnn. Mass m ... r 1 - I ... H M M . MM M M.. . WILBUR COON AND MENIHAN ARCH AID PUMPS, STRAPS OXFORDS For the women who need the built In arch, .A wide variety for your' select Ion, Either neat plain atylea or fancy ty!es ' $7.49 SPECIAL GROUP CHILDREN'S Low and High Footwear Actual Value to $3.50 To appreclat thti ffreat value you muit Me them. All good it y lee itrapi oxfordi and ehoes. Lots of "Bueter Browns" Inaiuded. Kearty WlV eixee from email to large In the lot. 98c 5 I WOMEN'S . NEWEST FOOTWEAR At Attractive Low Prices t , Everything new and wanted. Selection and size ranges are so complete you will find : exactly the kind you wish. All the new creations in Patents, Satins, Black and Colored Kids, Gun Metals, Reptiles, etc. made up into new snappy styles for the season. All , heel heights and all sizes. Especially marked at 05 a $ ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED LADIES' BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN'S FINEST SILVER AND GOLD SLIPPERS Sold Formerly up to $8.00 Silver kids and silver and gold, brocades. All good styles, but not every size in each, hence the low price. 97 OXFORDS and STRAPS Values up to $4.00 As fine a lot as you could wish for. Oxfords and straps In black and' tan calfskin, patent leather, smoked elk. etc. Crepe and-leather soles Many "Buster Browns'1 in thf-group, Sizes rrom 6 to 2. . $X-85' - ' A MEN'S OXFORDS Tmm A group from our regular stock. Black and tan calfskins and tan Scotch grain. AH sizes, NOW Regular $6.00 Valuei $3.85 sum ST - - STRAPS, PUMPS, BOW PUMPS, CUT OUTS TIES, Ladies' HIGH SHOES Sold formerly up to $9 , AH low and Cuban heels Made of calfskins and kid. A real bargain hurry for . em. 97c BOYSf HEAVY LEATHER - WORK SHOES . ' . ' . $4.50 Values,1 r Just tho thing for the active boy for play or for work. Are of the famous "Thorogood" brand can't be beat for service. Either with leather or composition soles. ' . Boys' SHOES and OXFORDS Values to $5.00 . ' These shoes and oxfords for the young fellows are sturdily bu;tt and will give the hqrd service demanded. Come in tans and blacks. All sizes. ' $0.85 . LADIES' HIGH QUALITY COMFORT 4 4 "' SHOES and 5 OXFORDS Real $5.00 VALUES Made of soft pliable kid have hand turned soles and will assure you real foot 'comfort. Closing out the lot at per pair $1.85 1 MEN'S FLORSHEIM OXFORDS . Mere mention . of Flor-sheim to men and thy know they are getting the utmost for their money. Our stock consists of all 1 the new styles for this sea- . son. Tans and blacks in calfskins and Scotch grains. Florsheim Feeture Arch Oxfords are included. Regular $ 1 0 and $ I 1 values going at $g.45 ill v Women's Finest STRAPS-PUMPS OXFORDS-TIES $8.00, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00 values goingf at $285 at $-85 at $.85 , at $g.85 Four record breaking offerings of the finest footwear. Every pair from our regular stocks and every pair is of the highest grade. To describe ; the many, many styles, leathers and fabrics in the groups would be impossible but' we'll say you will find most any kind you could wish for. Patents, satins, black kids, colored kids, gunmetals, snake skins, lizards, and combinations in an endless array. . All on racks. Though all sizes are not in every style, you will find large groups of every size in these 4 big lota. You'll buy several pairs when you see these bargains. Values to $8.00 is n sryi i -i i BOYS' AND YOUTHS' FINE XFORDS Values to $5.00 Every pair In the lot Is a ' record breaker for value. Tans and clacks In- several food styles. NOW $2.85 1 " MEN'S 1 Calfskin ; Oxfords Come on fellows with the bis; feett Hera's a lot of oxfords ranging in sizes from 10 to 12, which are going; at a real.- give-away price. All solid leatherall good styles. Regular 16.00 values SJ.95 Values to .85 $9.00 $f.85 Value to $10.00 $.85 Values Up to $12.00 LADIES' PURE SILK FULL FASHIONED HOSE These hose are of the "Wayne Knit" brandthe-; kind we always sell. Are full fashioned and 'are made of pure silk. Service weight Come in the season's wanted shade - - Regular 1.W ValuM $1-19 Our Reg. $2.00 "Wayne Knit" Chiffon Hose Going at $ 1 3& MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTHS', LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S TENNIS SHOES $1.25 Values Such high grade brands as Ball Band and U, 8. Keds brown, black and white. All sires for the family Several Styles. NOW 89c A Pair 0 7 to 9 South Street mm m Mm Empire Theatre BIdg. Glens Falls, N. Y. HM' ' I"' - llll " ' ..... ' FREE Because of Oar Extreme PARKING Park your car at Dewey's NO APPROVALS i'liiing oiaLioii lut iiiit tO.ths aJl'l U VU A ail'iTC store and when making pur- 11 U EtALnAIluLJ chase have our cashier stamp KTA 114 ADprC your parking check,. " u vnAIVOCJ :i ii I i; bh iaaiaaia.A.A a a a a a x a a a A A A A A a A A A! tVA tA? !AA aaT I !A:AA;:A?Ar;A:A;:A':A::A .....

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