June 11, 1891

June 11, 1891

THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1891 NO. 24

Children's Day will be observed in the Presbyterian Church next Sabbath. In the evening the Sunday School will hold their anniversary exercises. Mr. E. L. Gerard will present a sketch of the former Superintendents of the school.

The visiting committee held their annual meeting at the County Alma House on May 27.

Rev. James M. Denton, with his wife and daughter, Lizzie, spent ten days at Shelter Island while the parsons were at work upon the improvements at Oak Villa Parsonage.

Mr. and Mrs. Barley with a niece have been at Cottage Inn.

Mr. C. J. Fry and family have arrived at Artist Lake.

The vote for state flower in Yaphank on Arbor Day stood: Rose, 18; Golden Rod, 8. In Centre Moriches: Rose, 64; Golden rod, 23. In the second commissioner district of the state, compose 1 of the towns of Jamaica, Newtown, and Hempstead: Rose, 2,368; Golden Rod, 1,924. In Brooklyn: Rose, 34,974; Golden Rod, 35,995.

Mrs. Walter Condit, who has made a trip around the world visiting the mission fields, gave a very interesting address on Tuesday evening in the Presbyterian Church.

The Editor and his sister Miss Annie B. Denton have been visiting their grandparents home in Jamaica, L. I.

The improvements at Oak Villa parsonage are progressing.

Miss Dora Swezey and Miss Annie B. Denton, with their Pastor, attended the S. S. Convention at Shelter Island May 12.

Boarding and Livery Stables.
Horses to let at reasonable prices. Carting and trucking attended to with dispatch. Stages for picnic parties furnished at short notice.

Gilt-edge Butter a specialty. Made by the Cooley Creamer process from the milk of pure-bred and registered Jersey Cows. DR. G. SWEZEY, PROPRIETOR.

Demorest's Family Magizine,
Two Dollars a year.
W. Jennings Demerest, Publisher.
15 East 14 St, New York City.

Repaired and Covered.
Cleaned and Repaired.
Terms reasonable.


We are selling
Best Standard Granulated Sugar, @ 5ct. per lb.
Splendid Java Coffee @ 25 cts. per lb
N. O. Molasses @ 40 cts. per gal.
And everything else in the Grocery line at proportionate prices (that may not be cheaper than anyone else can sell you them), but I want to tell you in the columns of the Courier of some "Bargains" that I can offer you. On Shoes we can beat 'em all.

I have hunted all over to see where I could buy the best shoes at the lowest price, and I have found the place. A manufacturer in the Shoe Country, who is a go-ahead fellow, believes in making good goods and quick sales at small profit for Cash. I'll sell them the same way.
Baby Shoes sizes 1 to 6, 35cts. per pair. A real good Spring Heel Shoe, Goat or Kid, sizes 5 to 8, 50 cts. per pair. A good solid Misses School Shoe, Heeled or Spring, $1 per pair. Ladies Pebble Goat Button Shoes, $1 per pair. Mens Canvas Shoes, all sizes, 90 cts. per pair. Mens Canvas Shoes, Rubber Bottoms, 65 cts. per pair.

When the large Wholesale houses get sold down so close that they have not enough Hats of a kind to send out by their agents, they put them on a counter and sell them cheap. I happened to be there just in the nick of time and bought a lot of them, and am selling them cheap. For instance, Hats that cost $1.55 each at wholesale for which a Milliner would charge perhaps $2 we are selling for 50 cts. The ladies appreciate this bargain, and they are going like "hot cakes". If you want some, you had better make a rush for them.

When you come I would be please to show you the Hamburg Edgings. The other day I bought a big Job lot of them $200 or $300 worth very cheap and can show you the best assortment you ever say in this vicinity, and sell them to you at wholesale prices. Don't fail to see it. RESPECTFULLY, ROSWELL DAVIS

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