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Penn Yan express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1866-1926, October 04, 1922, Image 3

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X . TtfTi r r N if* * * \TV * \ * * ' ' ’ *„ — 1 7 * . . . T - I C- 200 P A I R Women’s Kid Lace Shoes Made to Sell for $7.50, Finest Black Vici Kid. * Sale Price only $4.45 j 100 Pair Brown Lace. Genuine Ooze Caif Top, Very Stylish, made to sell lor $7.01). Sale Price Only $395 flltmt $mt (Express. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1922 | Registration days—Oct. 14th 21st. and lection, Nov. 7. John C. Fox, of tills village, has been appointed fuel administrator for Yates county. We more than suspect that some Coal, mostly chestnut, is arriving hay-fever victims are yearning for a In Elmira, and retails at $12.30 a ton. black frost. It. is estimated that Yates county will have 86 per cent yield of grapes. The conference of New York State A special meeting of Penn Yan En­ campment, No. 98, I. O. O. F., will be held tonight at 7.30. Tuesday afternoon just as we were postmasters will meet In Syracuse to- Press, a fire broke out in the day, October 4. Miss Grace Pollock will open a Ackley Block on lower Main street. The Liberty street bridge, which school of Interpretive and toe danc- was closed temporarily to raise the north end, is now open to traffic. The report of the condition of the ing in this village on October 11. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Red field have . XT .. removed to Elmira, N. Y. Mr. Redtield Dundee National Bank lor Sept ^ 15 conducted a photographic studio. shows total deposits of $248,432.64. here. 100 Pair Men’s Work Shoes Heavy Tan Grain, $3 45 Made to sell lor $3 50 We Save Yon Money. About the time you see something interesting out of a car window, the train runs past two miles of box cars on a siding. Miss Eleanor Craugh is in Buffalo attending a school of methods con­ ducted by the New York Telephone (Company, for employes. Town Clerk and Mrs. David Miller left on Saturday for a ten days' mo­ tor trip through the Adirondacks. On Sept. 27th, the Public Service Commission authorized the Penn Yan Gas Light Co. to issue $18,000 worth ot 7 per cent, preferred stock. PERSONAL. —Miss Monica M. Buckley has re­ turned to New York City, where she will resume her studies at College of iMt. St. VinvenVoiti-the-Hudson, —Charles Klube and mother, both of Penn Yan, spent Sunday with Au­ gust Klube and lamily.—Watkins Re­ view. —Doctor and Mrs. H. E. Forrester and daughter, Miss Margaret, from Pueblo, Colo., are spending some time with Dr. Hawley and Mrs. D. Anna Hawley at their home at Wil­ low Grove. —Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Sinclair and son, of Wiliamsport, Pa., were week­ end guests of their aunt, Mrs. Drake- ley, of Clinton street. —Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Chapin, of Canandaigua, were over Sunday guests of their sister, Mrs. J. Monroe Lown, and brother, Edward Chapin. —Mr. Samuel Maxwell, of Elmira, N. Y., was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Wm. MacKay, last week. —Mrs. M/eJlinger, of Johnstown, Pa., was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Fox, last week. wife, Addle Robinson, of Penn Yan; . Man Loses Both Legs. one brother, William, and two sis- -------- ters, Diana Turner and Maria Orr, of' Curtis B. McAllister, aged 25 years, Potter. The funeral was held from fell from a freight car on the Penn his late home Monday afternoon, at 2 Yan & Lake Shore Railway on Wed- o'clock. Interment was In Lake View nesday afternoon of last week, and cemetery. William A. Travis. was run over by the car, severing one Dundee Taxpayers Vote Against Con­ struction of Water and Sewer Systems. At the special election held In Dun­ dee on Monday of last week the vot­ ers defeated both the water and sew- William A. Travis 64 years old, amputated, died at his home In Dresden on Thursday evening, following a short ^ illness from a stroke. He was a mem-, ^ an an^ “'ftke Shore Rail- ber of Seneca Lake Lodge, F. and A .1 way for the past eight months and M., the Markam Grotto and the Mac- \was on the car, which was one of caoess. He leaves his wife, Minnie E. three freight cars attached to the Travis, of Dresden; one daughter, freight motor, coming toward Penn Mrs. Gladys Dains, of No. 407 Haw- Yan about 5.45 o’clock. Eugene Sny- E d w a r d o f Fomina-1,1 a f i l t e r Mrs* mother employee, saw him fall. Mary Peck, of Watkins. The funeral £he acci?.eS1t happened near the was held from his late home Monday. ^ urdy switch. afternoon, at 3.30 o’clock, Rev. Fryer The injured man was taken to the officiating. Interment was in the Dres- local hospital where he was attended den cemetery. leg near the knee, and so badly crush- er propositions by large majorities. ing the other ode that it had to be 356 votes were cast. The vote on the water proposition was 113 to 236, and on the sewer proposition It was 99 to 247. Our Stock of Sewing Machines is Very Complete Now. I Wants, For Sale, Etc. FOR SALE—Empty elder, wine and whiskey barrels. Empire State Wtine Co., 133 Lake street, Penn Yan. 45tf. Mrs. Sarah Bushnel) Smith. , _ „ , . . Grapes, Apples and Pears wanted, by Drs. Foster and Matthews. Load anywhere McAllister, after a brave.fight to c. H. CROSIER & SON. live, died on Friday afternoon about 5.30. His parents live at 107 Ash-, phone c H Crosler and Son> 415 before selling your grapes. Mrs. Sarah Bushnell Smith, aged „ 0 __ _ 80 years, died at her home in Stark,wortb Place, Syracuse. avenue, on Monday night. She Is sur-| _ , _ . _ 1 * vived by a daughter, Miss Helen Resolution by Board of Education on Smith, of Ames, Iowa; also by a bro- Occasion of 50th Anniversary. ther, Stephen Bushnell, of this vil- lagev The funeral will be held this A. .. ~ . .. Mrs: Ralph w7 HoyTTs the guest ^ ' ^ ^ S t a 'r k \ Board of EducaUon.TeM^n Monday6 of relatives in Baltimore, Md., and r ©v< w . h . Wheatley, pastor of the evening, Trustee Earles presented the ► ► Thie Lown Dry Goods bargain sale on aluminum ware on Thursday. There was a mad rush for It is estimated that 10,000 people attended the 28th annual field day of Willard Hospital at Wjillard on Sat- Co. had a urday> gept. 23. The Philathea Class will hold their the different articles and before 9 monthly meeting on Wednesday even- £ o'clock many sets were exhausted. ► ► It is thought that the alterations of t the new County Home, in accordance . i . . . . . - . * , i . ing of this week at the home of Miss Ann Holley, Brown street. u i t A r i i r n r , ------- . A t the October meeting of the WAuENtn BROTHERS y ~ itU - t h e p l a n s approved by the State] Board of Education Mr. G. L. Barden ► V Board of Charities, will cost $25,000. about The marriage of Miss Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. was elected Trustee to fill the va­ cancy caused by the resignation of Trustee John- B. Cramer I The tennis courts at the Presbyter- Fall Shoes for Men and Boys 'Craugh, of Penn Yan, and Richard jan church are well patronized since s?n ,0f Mr. and Mrs- Thomas Reynolds, their opening on Saturday, Sept 23. ™ thl® ^ llage, will take place Thurs- Froin ^ l y morning until dusk there y, uct. !2th. _____ are lovers of the sport using the The fall dancing season will open grounds- Ya? ° 1\ 1Col!tmbui Da^’ ° Ctr Miss Athal Jenkins, daughter of tv when the Saxophone Novel- 1L Jeilkins, of this village, who Temnle ' * * known in the theatrical profession chairman of the committee. genue role in th4 Demi-Virgin Com- T TTi n ii x . x ,, pany, starring Hazel Dawn. . J. F. Bullock, supenntendeu r o f 1 the first supervisory district, Yates The Dundee Fair is now on. The county, was elected secretary-treasur- races this year are expected to out­ er of the Association of Superinten- j class those held here in other years, dents of Ontario, Seneca and Yates I The race purse has 'been raised, the counties, at a meeting last week. Black and A t the October term of Supreme •Court holding in Canandaigua this week, Justice B. B. Cunningha association having put events for each dgy. on three The Forty-Eighth semi-annual meet- pre-1 ing of the Woman's Missionary So- siaing, the case of the American Book ciety of Geneva Presbytery will be (Company against Abe V. Masten, Jr., held at Shortsville, Friday, Oct. 6, at for goods sold, will be brought to | ten o’clock. Miss Helen Streer, of the Brown Calf. trial. Home Board, will speak. M c A D A M S SHOE CO., Inc. Now Passenger trains No. 3 and No. 4 District Superintendents Bullock on the Pennyslvania division of the and Corbit announce that there will Central have been discontinued north be a conference with teachers of the of Corning. The cut is rumored to common schools in Yates county at have been made to facilitate the the Court House in Peng Yan on movement of coal over the division, Thursday and Friday, October 6th which, is to have the right of way. and 6th, beginning at 9.30 a. m. A carload of heating boilers and In order to ease the coal situation radiators was received recently by many railroads are curtailing their the Yates Plumbing Heating and passenger train service, and putting Electric Company. 'T h e shipment u back on war-time schedules. Two weighed about 40,000 pounds and was Passenger trains have been taken off comprised of twelve complete heating the Pennsylvania Division of the New plants, all of which have been sold York Central, and will be installed in homes here. J. Howard Ferguson, who has con- The Temtor Com & Fruit Products ducted a dancing class in this vil- Company’s property near the boat laSe for the past two years, will hold landing was sold at foreclosure sale the opening dance of his Elmira Acad- on Sept. 19. Office furnishings—type- emy of Dancing, on Thursday even- writers* desks, etc.—were sold for the inS» Oct 5. Reilly Bros.’ Orchestra, proverbial “song.” A fine typewriter of this village, will furnish the music, was sold for $25, when it costs that ------ much nowadays to have one repaired. Mary and Henry Simpson, who Seeding Conklin King Timothy Pure Kelly Rumors that E. E. Lafler had sold “Glenside Roan Clay,” the largest bull in the world, for $25,000 i sentire- ly without foundation. Mr. Laffer had the animal at the recent State Fair and took two prizes on him, but brought the bull back to his farm, in Potter, and expects to keep him, he states. The meeting of the Y. P. B. was held at the Presbyterian .church, last Thursday evening, September 14th. Sidney Ayres, State president of Y. P. B. of the W. C. T. U., was the speaker of the evening. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Marion Hazen, at South Lyons. —Lyons Republican. Attorney Edward J. Cook, of Gene­ va, was in town Tuesday, Sept. 26th. He was in charge of the referee’s sale of the 50-acre Benton farm of Bertha M. Johnson. The action was brought by Agnes M. Lewis as admin­ istratrix of the estate of Richard L. Slosson. The property was bid in by Byron Mead for $1350. Quality Grocer Rhone The enormous apple crop this year is clearly in evidence to those who are privileged to ride through the country. Most trees are loaded down, with limbs bending nearly to the ground. The grape crop in the Lake have served as “chefs” for Mr. Rich­ ard Craugh in his restaurant for many years past, have been absent for several weeks, owing to the fact that Henry has been in a Rochester hospital, following an operation his eye. on Philadelphia. —Mrs. Julia S. Harron, who has been spending two months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Scofield, has returned to Cleveland, Ohio. —Mrs. W. S. Cornwell went to Washington, D. C., Saturday, where she will teach History in the Nation­ al Park Seminary. —Mrs. Maurice Harrison spent Sun­ day and Monday with relatives in Rochester. —Mrs. Clemence Griggs has been in Rochester for a few days. —Mrs. H. K, Armstrong will be the guest of her son, in Rochester, the latter part of the week. —Mr. George Kinne has returned to Buffalo, where he is studying dentis­ try. —Mrs. Alexander R. Thompson has been in New York City during the past week. Her daughter, Mrs. H. Wtilfred DuPuy, and son, John, land­ ed on Friday, having spent the sum­ mer abroad. —John Wyant spent last Sunday in Rochester with his mother, Mrs. Agnes Wyant. —John H. Johnson, Esq., and Clin­ ton B. Struble, Esq., motored through the Catskills last week and attended the Republican State Convention in Albany. / Mrs. A. E. Houck and son, of Grove Spring, had a narrow escape from death on Saturday, while on their way to this village. At Crosby they turned their automobile out to pass a truck, and in turning their car it slipped over the steep embankment at that place. Fortunately it settled down on its side and slid down, bring­ ing up against a tree about half way down. Neither Mrs. Houck nor her son- were injured, but the car receiv­ ed a broken, “ wish-bone” and a smash­ ed front wheel. Donald H. Tillman. Baptist church, officiating. Interment following resolution: will be in Lake View cemetery. Fifty years ago today, Reuben A. Scofield became the owner and editor of the Penn Yan Express and has _ ,, tt mm .. ., served in that capacity continuously Donald H. lillman, 16-months-oUl gince> pGr nearly twenty years of son of M,r. and Mrs. Altred W. Till- that time he was a member of the man, of Main street, this village, Board of Education of the Penn Yan died on Saturday, Sept. 30th. lhe union School District. Some of the cause of death was bronchial pneu- present members served with him monia. He is survived by his parents, and can testify to the interest he also three sisters and two brothers. took in school matters, and to the The funeral was held on Tuesday at- fact that he was always a vigorous tornoon at 2 o clock, Rev. J. H Per- contender for and defender of what kins officiating. Burial in Pulteney believed to be best for the public SAflPSON Singer, New Borne, Free, Eldredge 2-Spool, (No Bobbins to Wind) Mason Rotary, and* Others in Electric and Foot Power. i cemetery: Martin Van Buren Moshier. Martin Van Buren Moshier died schools. On this Golden Anniversary we take pleasure in extending cordial congratulations to Editor Scofield, wish him many more years October 3, 1922, at his home in Bar-j^ld community the happiness that ought to be be held from his late residence Fri-Llie r6ward 0j the service he has al- Gladys Adell Moshier. Funeral wilV— — -i— >» be held from his Jate residence Fri­ day, Oct. 6, at 2 p. m. Burial in Sec­ ond Milo Cemetery. HARRIED. The Penn Yan Grange will present the following program at the Grange Hall on Friday evening, Oct. 6: Se­ lection, Grange Orchestra; solo, Har­ ry Hurford; reading, Mrs. John Moore; cornet solo, Frank Pallard; talk, Frank Spencer; piano duet, Mar­ ion and Llewellyn Owen; talk, E. C. Gillett; solo, Mrs. Fred Beard; Bridgman—Andrews. On Saturday, Sept. 30th, at twelve o’clock, took place the marriage of Miss Hazel Thelma Andrews, of Dun­ dee, to Mr. Edwin C. Bridgman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perl Bridgman, of this village. The ceremony was per­ formed at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. An­ drews, of Dundee, by Rev. C. K. Im- briei, pastor of the Presbyterian church of Penn Yan. The bride wore blue canton crepe with hat to match, and her bridesmaid, Miss Genevieve Harris, of Himrods, also wore blue. The groom was attended by his bro­ ther, Mr. Merrelle Bridgman, of this place. After the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served by the bride’s mother to the immediate families of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Bridgman left for a wedding trip, af­ ter which they will be at home at 111 Johnson avenue, Penn Yan. ready rendered. Unanimously adopted by the Board of Education, October 2, 1922. JOHN H. JOHNSON, President. W. E. DE MELT, Secretary. 1 \ i Democratic County Committee. Wilson— Baker. Fred Oliver Wilson, of the town of Benton, and Miss Emma May Baker, of Penn Yan, were united in marri- lection, Grange Orchestra. All those age at the Baptist parsonage, at Ben- who are in the minstrels are request- ton, last Wednesday afternoon. The ed to be present and meet after the ceremony was performed by the Rev. program has been rendered on Fn- ding trip Mr and Mrs. Wilson will day evening. reside on the Penn Yan-Potter road, where the groom has a farm. The late Lena M. Berry gave by At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee the following of­ ficers for the ensuing year were elected: Chairman, Joseph P. Craugh; Associate Chairman, Mrs. Mary Drakeley; Recording Secretary, John P. Sheridan; Treasurer, E. J. Cole­ man. The executive committee consists of Joseph P. Craugh, Mary C. Drake- ley, John E. Sheridan, E. G. Cole­ man, Samuel I. Thayer, A. J. New­ comb, H. D. Geer, Henry R. Brown, L. Case Williams, Eustice Andrus, F. M. Larsen and Margaret O’Connor. Finance Committee, Jeremiah Buck- ley, John E. Sheridan, Catherine Al­ bertson, George Rapalee, Harry Dib­ ble, W . A. Scoon, H. D. Geer, E. G. Coleman, L. Case Williams, Minerva Henderson, Ross Huson. Do You Remember “ Peacock Alley” Of course you do; who could forget Mae Murray’ portrayal of “Cleo,” of the Paris Cafe. In “Fascination,” shown at the Sampson Oct 9 and 10, she has the role of a Spanish girl who falls in love with, a fiery toreador of the bull ring. her wm substantially all of her prop- c Horses and Machines Lost in erty to the Penn Yan Hospital. She r 1 drew the will herself, and it is dated $12,000 Fire. August 7, 1919. The value of the es­ tate is not now ascertainable, and A large barn on what is known as will not be until all debts have been the Swartkout farm, on the Bath road proved. It is estimated at noth- just outside of this village, was de- ing to $8,000. Shortly before her stroyed by fire early Sunday morn- death Miss Berry was sued for $2500 ing, causing a loss estimated at $12,- on stock subscription. She made no 000, about $7,000 of which is covered defense, and judgment for the full by insurance. The loss included three amount was rendered and paid, horses, a new Ford truck, a touring Whether there were any other trans- car and the season’s crops. The farm is owned by F. O. Tobias, who Ask your grocer for Levi Smith High Grade Kerosene. It he don’t car* ry it we have it at wholesale. Guar­ anteed best for tractor and household purposes. John A . Flero’s, Benham street. SAMPSON THEATRE Several persons living near Dun- dee have reported seeing a female actions of the kind will not be known _________ ln that ™ iaity- 18 thought unti! after the claims have been filed, formerly of Horseheads, that the one seem came from the deep woods of Pennsylvania. Reports statol There Is no anthraclte coal in Penn included 12 acres of wheat. 15 acres •Friday Evening Oct. 13 formerly or Horseneaas, who pur- nr* , p « /x /» chased it last spring. Burned crops Ifl6 NfSt 111*3110 Up6F3 VOlIv that it is quite tame. Y a n T T carload\ was 'received at the I of oats and barley and several tons I tk fflV {0 A p D e a r HeFB M Fiero yard a few days ago. but has “ ..was pi“ s.e<i, F J VV The Penn Yan Fire Department re- The big gray horse driven on one ‘ sold.\ 'other\ plTces ” round ‘^day by Mr Tobias and placed in of the local Railway Express wagons about have been receiving coal. Why th« barn last evening, for thei past few years, was “express- pAnn Vnn i«ft out? Fuel Director xt 18 thought the fire may have been ed” back to the New York stables of Probably ?tarted by tramps who were sleeping the company on Tuesday The big an- win as he knows how to do busi- lnJ he ,barn- imal has lately developed a lameness ^ But it he should not succeed. . . , „ , . treatment. Fred ( “ Mat”) Andrews £ omm ere7 and other ™ i z a t i o n s adi° ininS buildinS8* P sente™! .ye.lfar« o£ our people is con- u remainder in the Farmers’ Reli- The price for grapes seems to vary. t now demanding their attention. ance’ ®°™e f E™w7f s mf ket‘nE tbe'r The “outing” season is about over. others a r ! retiring8 $90 and 1 m and, now there Bhould be an “lnninE\ ' Penn Yan Academy Footba\ Schedu,e 003*1 S6&S0Q* Years. M e t r o p o l i t a n OPERATIC ASSOC. Verdft BeautifulOpera Penn Yan Academy will open its The higher prices seem to be paid by men who come in by auto truck and, .. A1_ .... carry away the grapes to large cit-l Sunday night there were three cars I football season Saturday, Oct. 7, at ies. The growers are hustling their *n collision on the State road near the fair grounds with the St. Francis picking now, fearing that the nextrBenton* TbL© car of Dr. J. Harvey | de Sales high shcool team of Geneva. frost will be a “ black” one. Wheeler, of this village, a Ford coupe, The locals are working hard every was badly smashed up, as also a car day, each endeavoring to obtain a No Time Like | The Present I and No Present Like the Time Tr. , . . .. The coal situation is worrvinfi- our driven by Wellend Salsbury, of this position on tlie team worthy to rep- Keuka region is also above the aver- houseekeCep^rs^ nT a l i t t l e ™ g fraJ^ village. Wjth Salsbury in the car resent his school. t w o i\ yieldrtanh !uaded with black diamonds pull up were Walter Conklin, Karl MacKay, This is the first football team to the fruit before the advent o£ killing concernediy on their way to more for- escaped injury. William Henries, of about 11 years. The last team won frosfs. And, at prevailing prices will tunate communities, and the Lake- Jackson street, was driving the third few, if any, of its games and the there be a profit in marketing grapes. mont coal bins are empty or nearly car and he was accompanied by support it received from the town W ell orobablvYfteT T h e whole so* W e are liyi»S ln hope that some ‘.Stub” Lamphier. On Tuesday Hen- was very poor W ILL YOU attend habitants will wake up to the fact ___ 8 ______ ing a car while intoxicated. He de- The following is the schedule as tbat w© need a ^ g h t w a tchi^n here. NelIie# the four-year-old daughter manded an examination, which was to date: A t the present writing all that one o£ Mr and Mrs. Grover Cole, of Dun- set down for October 12th. It is al- Oct. 7—St. Francis de Sales at Penn has to do to^ open up a store in this while playing in the fields near leged by the drivers of the other Yan. \ town is to drive in with a large enough her home last week found some two cars that Henries smashed into Oct. 13—Newark at Newark, truck to carry the stock that they bushes with red berries growing on them. Oct. 23—Mynderse at Seneca Falls want and load it up and drive away. them. She ate some of them and soon , , , Oct 28—Starkey (Seminary at Lake- No one knows it until the next day, Was taken very ill. Upon investigat- crystal Serines in the town of Bar- mont. when the robbers are miles away. ing it was found she had eaten her- ri^ t0n was once a ^opltiar resort. N a 3-Newark at Penn Yan. nes of the deadly nightshade pant. Th*re was a hotel there and a sani- Npv. 17—Clyde at Penn Yan. W ith a C a s t OF F amous S t a r s WEDNESDAY Constance Talmadge in “WEDDING BELLS” The happist, snappiest comedy of many a day, not a lot of little laughs, but one long, continuous one, lasting six reels. Harold Lloyd Comedy Prlzma THURSDAY .. Viola Dana in “GLASS HOUSES” The hilarious incidents that pursue a newly married cou­ ple, as depicted by Viola Dana in her latest production, “Glass Houses,” are \of such variety that they well serve their purpose of povldlng capi­ tal entertainment “IN THE DAYS OF BUF­ FALO BILL” Selznlck News FRIDAY Road Attraction GUS H ILL’S MINSTRELS Hill’s Minstrels and George Evan’s Honey Boy Minstrels have combined their shows, making an organization that has met with the most flatter­ ing success, and large audi­ ences, as well as the press have been unanimous in their approval. Prices, lower floor, $1.00,; balcony, 75c and $1.00; gallery, 25c, plus tax. SATURDAY Hoot Gibson in “THE GALLOPIN’ KID” A whirlwind story of a drifter who came to anchor when he took the job of chaperoning the prettiest girl he had ever seen, Gibson puts up one of the greatest battles of his car­ eer in this quick action story, of the West. Matinee, 10-17c; evening, 17-22c; children un­ der twelve, 10c. Century Comedy SPECIAL ORCHESTRA MONDAY AND TUESDAY Mae Murray in “FASCINATION” If you • w ill look back for a few weeks you will admit that our Monday and Tuesday “special productions” were pictures you would rather see than have your friends tell you about There was “ Son­ ny,” “Turn to the Right” and “The Storm,” each one a pho­ todrama you will never for­ get. Now comes another as good as the best of them, “Fascination,” with the lovely Mae Murray, in the character of the impulsive daughter of a Spainsh-American marriage, who becomes fascinated by a handsome ' toreador. She brings to the screen a drama­ tic story, which, for sheer in­ tensity, would be difficult to surpass. Matinee, 22c; even­ ing, 17 and 28c; children un­ der twelve, 10c. Also, 2nd Hand Machines at $5.00 and Upward. Please Call and See Oor Stock Now and Get Onr P rices. Bush’s Music House Oil, Needles, and Paris for all makes ol Sewing Machines Always on Hand. THE METROPOLITAN INC. ISTew Goods Opened this Week at the Metropolitan H a n d made Dresses from Belgium. H a n d made W a ists from Porto Rico. H a n d embroidered Underwear from the Phillipines. N e w embroidered T a b le] Linens and Doylies from Madras. F u r Coats of Raccoon, Astrakan Seal. Hudson Seal, Marmot; and Coney. H igh grade Cloth Coats with F u r Collars and Cuffs. Silk and W o o l Hose for Wom en. W o o l Hose, fancy ribbed, for W o m en. Kim o n as of Silk, of Crepe, etc. A line of W in t e r Gloves at 59c* T h e new tariff will make same quality 75 or 80 cents. K n it Underwear, O u ting N igh t Dresses. T h e M e t r o p o litan ARCHIE THAYER UNDERTAKER 205 JACOB STREET, PENN YAN, N. Y. Lady Embalmer Public Funeral Parlors Ambulance Service Day or Night Without Charge. PHONE, 412 OCTOBER LIST OF MONEY MAKERS Puretest Epsom Salts, Price— 15c Special . . THt F inest S inging C horus A merica About time something was done. Prattsburgh Advertiser. BUY YOUR W A T C H E S OF C. E. Shepard O P T O M E T R IST 1 $ 1 i $ 1 $ 1 I ■j I 1 For several days the child was dang-1 tarium A Mr Pumiso> ot Waterloo. Nov- 25—Starkey Seminary at Penn Branchport comes to the front again in novel ways of catching fish. erously ill, but is now recovering. also had a sylvan retreat, with squir­ rels, rock and rills, and other primeval Yan 04ND THE COM P A N yf OWN ORCHESTRA Engagement Extraordinary PRICES - 50c. lo $2 00 SEAT SALE OPENS TUESDAY MAIL ORDERS NOW Cadet Peppermint Patties 33c lb. ONE KEY WITH EACH Phenolphthalen Tablets, 100 59c ONE KEY WITH EACH $1.50 Maximum Atomizer 98c TWO KEYS WITH EACH | Rexall Kidney Pills 39c ONE KEY WITH EACH Adhesive Plaster, First Aid, (5 yd. x 1 inch)—29c ONE KEY WITH EACH Jcnteel Combination Creme 39c ONE KEY WITH EACH , Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic 19c Save your keys and get that beautiful chest of silver free. PROUTY & RAPALEE Prescription Dnggists 4*enn Yan, N. Y. The above is a cut of the new combination Ambulance and Sedan add­ ed to the motor equipment of Archie M. Thayer. This car was built and especially designed for Mr. Thayer by the Meteor Motor Car Co., of Piqua, Ohio, who build cars especially for the Undertaking trade. This car has 148-inch wheel base, Timken axles and bearings throughout, 72-horse power Red Seal Continental Motor. It is equipped with heater and pullman type draw shades with silk tie-back curtains, inside lights, nurses first aid equipment, also concealed tank for carrying water when used for ambu­ lance purposes. It has a seating capacity for eight when used as a Sedan, the first, second and third seats on the right are removable when used as an ambulance. It is also euipped with Bomgardner spring adjustable ambu­ lance chair cot, making it possible for the patient to lie or sit at any angle with the thoughts and horrors of riding in a car used for undertaking pur­ poses thoroughly eliminated. This is the latest and most up-to-date in ambulance construction, bring­ ing to our midst an ambulance equal to anything found in the large cities. This I offer to the people of Penn Yah and vicinity free of charge for am­ bulance purposes and will furnish it with nurse when requested. I will al­ so give my personal attention to all ambulance calls as far as possible. - _ , A local restaurant served fresh red adornments which were numerously Frank Coughtry, of the firm of Evans raspberry ple on Saturday last. The visite^lnd'enjoyed by pat“ o? the ^ Cojightry, was standing on planks patrons of the restaurant held a resort. The hotel was managed by the which run o,ut into the lake in fron t guessing contest as to what kind of M e Benson Smith, and Dr. DeBora o£ bis cottage on the West Branch, ple ,t was, as the season for fresh was in charge of the Sanitarium. The when he saw a good sized black bass raspberries has long since ceased, hotel was burned and the Sanitarium in shallow water evidently come near however, after much discussion, the went some way, we know not how. to shore to look over the political manager of the place informed all The writer visited the site a few situation. With g. pall, Mr. Coughtry t]lat ,t Was fresh red raspberry pie. daya ago, and found it a veritable scooped the fish onto the plank amd Mr3. Isaac Clark, of Benton, had scene of desolation, so different from kicked t to shore. The fish weighed brought in 5 quarts of delicious red formerly as to be scarcely recogntz- one and one-half pounds—Exchange.| raspberries which she had picked able. A 11 Its glories, save one, have ber bushes. Not bad for Sept, departed and nothing is left but the A • * A fur necklace, valued at $350, was | 30th left by a hotel guest in the wash room of the Benham Hotel on Tuesday night, for a very few spring, with perennial, out-flowing water, cold and sparkling, and said AmontH Whpnl Three Rochester persons were tak- to „ e possessed, ot valuable medicinal moments. Whenj en to the Soldiers and Sailors Me- properties * • * • * • * • * • * • the woman returned to look for it, mortal hospital here Sunday as the the piece was gone. Suspicion was result of an automobile crash Sunday v 1 directed toward a young woman, who, morning a mile north of Benton Cen- S accompanied by a young man, had ter. The injured were Miss Annabelle left the hotel for the 7.07 train. It Twombley, of No. 104 Cady was reported, upon investigation, that Rochester; the young woman was seen wearing a or Forbes street, and Harry Brink, of neckpiece similar to the one lost. n q. 222 Alamba street, Mrs. Galdys i DEATHS. ?f tbe mi8alng £ 1 found. street, William Peoples, of Lena Berry. Miss Lena Berry, who was found She bought a ticket to Elmira and her] McGlennon, of No. 2 Alexander St., I unconscious in her home on Elm companion one to Rochester. No trace I Rochester, fourth member of the par- street last Thursday, died at the lo- -- —1—*— necklace has been1 v 1' 1— ------ 1— Coffee Our special Blend of Coffee is proving most popular because it possesses arich flavor, correct blend, and a taste satisfaction sel­ dom found in any other coffee of near price* It is a medium grade coffee— a blend that is bound to please the average coffee drinker* The price is A t the semi-annual election of of­ ficers of Penn Yan Encampment, No. • 98, I. O. O. F., held on Friday evening, x September 22, the following wea^e ” elected for the ensuing term: Chief Patriarch ............ A. J. Brown High Priest ........ Stephen T. Owen Senior Warden ............ Willett Hall Junior Warden .... Oscar Mickelsen Scribe ........................ Earl F. Morse Financial S c r ib e ......... W. K. Austin I Treasurer . .......... . Wm, L. Wilson tv was not iniured The car of caI hospltal on Wednesday morning, ty, • , V, , 1 injured, m e car, 01 after having regained consciousness which Brink was owner and driver, but a tew moments. Miss Berry lived tipped over going around a sharp alone, and, as she was not seen about bend in the road and was wrecked, on Thursday, neighbors became None of the party were seriously in- alarmed and called Chief Wten, who jured. forced an entrance and found Miss Berry in an apparently dying condl- The J. S. P. Colored Social Club|ti<>n. Dr. John Hatch was called and held a very enjoyable concert and I >^^.__I!ein?Yed *° *bo hospital. dance on Thursday evening, Sept. 28. “ ,a8 v ^ M r s . c M n , in Masonic Temple. There was a an aunt, of Elmira, and Frank Hol- large attendance, guests being pres- man and Henry Townsend, cousins, ent from Elmira, Canandaigua, Ge- of Ithaca, were notified. The funeral neva, Naples, Watkins, Montour Falls was held on Friday afternoon at . .......... . um, an(i several other places. The hall o’clock, Rev. C. K. Imbrie officiating. Trustee, 3 years . . . . . . A. J. Browu wa($ pr(3ttjIy decorated. Music was Interment in Lake View cemetery. Trustee, to fill vacancy..Chas. Bates furnished by Bush’s Novelty Saxo- ivrM™ T7 ___ i \ t » . ih . phone Orchestra. The concert con- v Daniel Lynn. of^hls plac^ who have condlictiS The elBted ot BoVeiral numbers, notably Daniel Lynn, aged 73 years, a res- Music Shonne in Bath will eo to vocaI BelectloUB by MlsB .Lal.a Frank, ide-nt of Branchport, was found dead Buffalo abouT October lOth wUh the °1 Buffalo contralto and Mr Orlo his vineyard, on Saturday, Sept. 30. auo, lul“ wUU,Jhe Frank, of Dundee. Howard Dobson Mr. Lynn left his house about two Sn L m l 8, fhn'tTh* and Archibald Mitchell, of Penn Yan, o’clock Saturday afternoon, and when will remain for the winter They will s two popular numbers. he did not return for supner his rela- with them several high c ass -- ------ ----- --------- lives became worried and began a musicians and conduct a first class Jolm A Fjero> one 0f the coal deal- search for him. He was found In the Threshing 109 BENHAM ST. PHONE 148 Z///Z/////Z the Kitchen Cabinet that saves miles of steps orchestra tor parties in Buffalo aiM, * ... . ^ „ Anohin era °f this place, has ® I viaplrtn(1 /\f on t h fC Makes Kitchen W o rk 29c. lb. $ t received a RoiHy,J alscTof P<in T an,“ will 2^m -| carl,oad ot aathrac1lte =0al ^ pany them. Miss Mary Reilly will PaBt weeks The coal was speed- - 1 ily snatched up by householders, ieav- unsupplied. Mr. Fiero deals with an independent mine and the price is, therefore, some- vicinity. Messrs. Austin and * have charge of the Music Shopper.” 7 Mr. Samuel Strange ^ iu ! bl5 a walMng list Jg i here and 1 have charge of the one in Bath. vineyard and life had been extinct some time. Deceased is survived by his wife; by four sons: Clarence, of Cananadigua; John, of New York City; Arthur and Oliver, of Branch- port; two daughters, Mrs. Blanche Poyneer and Mrs. Anna Newland, of Branchport, also by two sisters, Mrs. Frank Kinyoun, of Penn Yan, and of Reading, Joy. Little Roscoe Hatch, the son of t h e \ 'ha‘ U1eller u™n the ^oalco.itroned Rector of st Mark's rhurch was by tho companies. He received a a 1« . , - • . . Li ' . 11 price list which, shows tin Bclvnnco ov* Mrs* Florence Suttonf v-. 5 , urrled from the train on his arrival ^ t h r p r C B from January to April Mass. The funeral will be held tills * I Maine, for consultation with a Bpf\> pea ^ f . $i 40 ner ton on ^ g coal from the home and at 2 o’clock from o p e fa t C 1 o f S r h ^ r w t h s ^ s m a \ ^ “ t o v e ^ FH S r r w : b — i _ _ _______ Rufus & ° f phelm S “ Manorer’NM y ! wfich of coal to James Robinson valesemit htaf which he is a be that the yard price would be $13.25, dters’ and Sailors’ H^pital in Penn patient, but intends to resume his wUh $14.00 for it delivered. Mr. ^nero four yearB old f OT many years lie. . , .. . . duties at St. Mark’s church and the did n°t receive his price list until at waB a resident of the town of Potter. ■ A pan which contains a thin layer missions of which he is in charge, ter his car of coal had been sold, so He wae born in Italy Hill. He was of eand placed in the bottom of the the second Sunday in October.—Dem- ho stands to loae 90c per cent on cheat- the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham oven prevents food from scorching. , oerat, . i ^ i l 1 »ut, Mi (Robinson. He Is survived by hla T H E H O O S IE R concentrates your work in a highly compact spot. It will save you miles of steps each day and will enable you to get out of your kitchen in half the usual time by cutting out all waste motions and useless work. Come in and let us show you how you can do your kitchen work in half the usual time and much easier than yon are now doing it. A. MacKay & Co. i FURN! T U R E . UNDER TAKING t z h k v z v -m z v * j v . “The Furniture Store That Saves You Money.” Sale of Vacuum Bottles Pint Size, Very Best Quality. Thursdaj', October Gold Seal Congoleum Week Special Sale Prices on Con- goleum by the yard, and all of the different size Rugs. Come in and investigate. LOWN GOO DS CO 1 , 5 A i j UL .{. . *5!

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