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Penn Yan express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1866-1926, October 18, 1922, Image 3

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vm * -r — * *• . t • i . 4 • - - - _». ' ’ -, t f-' c r f - > n •«T- ,* * » : * ' .v<. A Men’s Rubber Boots $2.45 W I N n $an (ffyprfse.. I Dr^ z Z ^ WoV WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1922 proxlmately 4600, has 15 grocery stores, and 11 public eating places. PERSONAL Bank Deposits, The banks of Yatea County show deposits on September 30, 1922, as W ftlter R S l » » W i I=“ | B a ldw m s B u lk . ............. 11 , 7 * 5,791 01 DEATHS. Daniel 8. Capell. Daniel S. Capell died Oct. 12, 1922, Women’s Fine Rubbers 69c. Regular Price, $1.06 Liberty street, brick paved by Con­ tractor Kelly, is open from Elm to Tuesday for Evanstown, 111., where ctUzens^Bank ....... vi ’428 i57 17 r ____ — v. It is evident that the total cost of wageuer street. she will be the guest for a month of Dundee State *! ‘ !!! X *414*473 83 at Union Printers’ Home, Colora- flttmg up the new county home at Es- -------- --- - her sister, Mrs. Charles Sprague. Rushville State ............ 467,038 69 do Springs, Col., aged 77 years, 6 persanza will be about $45>000. | There will be a regular communica- Prom there she will go to join hor Dundee National ........... 248,432 64 mo:» da. ? e7?ra8 .H16 s?n °* ^ ari*eI tto” 6 A . husband at Denver. Colo., where she „ , . 777.— - - Sp \ n t bom l ™ nU/ Vp»,?n v ama,kin®,.a new scale ,U.; l -rlday evening October HUtu.I will spend the winter. ,ap of Penn Yan for the Are lnsur-|und work in the Urst degree. -M r s . H. Wilfred DuPuy is spend- Mrs. Emil Miller, an inmate of the M \* a f T dayV lth her mother- Mr8' ance underwriters. 4RA# B A B V A a MU A UUi«Vv y I A 1 1 m i Frank Raymond has leased a part Old Ladies’ Home, on Clinton street, Alex^ deL * Ti!?mps(>n , „ , „ of the Edie Preserving Co. Building suffered a stroke last week and was* ^ r * *>e*er Kinyoun, of Bucknell Total ....................... ^4,3131,898 27, near Penn Yan. His grandparents and children came to this section by ox team from Groton, Mass. Mr. Capell was a printer and worked for some time in the office of the Penn Yan Grange Program. The following is the program for Democrat. The surviving members of tor a store houses taken to the local hospital. (College Lewisburg Pa! was- called meeting on Friday night, Mr. Capell's family are Mrs. Anna iv v u y g y , Jvyw 2 8 u u r g , ira-, was caiieu Q c t 20tU, 7.30 p. m.: yi-— it fin - i . u ™ a p t home on account of the death A his Women’s Stockings 17c. Regular Price, 40c. Miss Frances Caton gave a shower I There have been frosts several!grandfathQr' Mr* Frank l^nyoun on Saturday for Miss Martha Tobey.l nights during the past week, but they of Penn Yan.—Naples News. The deposits of the Dundee State Bank, as of the date of Sept 30, 1922, amounted to $414,478.93. were nut severe enough to damage 1, M\ ' Wm Handley will entertain at 6 Jluncheon and cards on Thursdays. fruit. ii Women’s Black Kid Shoes $4.45 Regular Price, $7.00 Women’s Black Kid Shoes $2.45 Regular Price, $4.50 The deposits of Baldwin’s Bank, as of the date of Sept. 30, 1922, amount­ ed to $1,765,791.04. The deposits of the Rushville State Bank on Sept. 30, 1922, amounted to $248,432.64. The W. C. T. U. will hold a meet-1 Mr8‘ S,a\> Fybush entertained fifty ing at the home of Mrs. B. B. Lewis, I f U(?8t? at lu“ cl*e° “ and carda at A1‘ HUd Jacob street, Friday afternoon, at |ley 8 Inn on Saturday. 3 o’clock. Capell Wickham, of W est Lynn, Mass- ‘•Interesting Glimpses of the Island achusetts; Mrs. Loretta C. Gillett, of of Crete” .... .Miss Beatrix Moore Watkins, N. Y., and Charles A. Car Vocal Solo ... M,rs. Grifflji Townsend pell, of Washington, D. C. Debate, “Resolved that general farm­ ing is better than specialized farm­ ing, Affirmative, Fred S. Hollowell, Sey- stealmg and eating his poultry. The | cities owl measured 4 feet from the tips of his wings and weighed 12 pounds. H Ground has been broken for a new I Mayor George R, Lunn, Democratic ►house ( between the residences of John candidate for Lieut. Governor, will Wm. P. Stevens. mn„p pnpHv w s Fniine-ar* ime-a,' W m- p - Stevens, aged 69 years, tive F E Hovt W N Patteson died on Monday at the State Indus- R V n L t y ’ * % trial school, at Industry, N. Y „ of „ , J t Judges,'Joseph'Challis, N. S. Dailey,1* 8\ * Each day sees numerous motor -p g Snencer . guard at the above Institution for ov- trucks loaded with grapes, passing | Violin Solo ..'....M iss Eleanor Ayres' ^ro^ 6yea^ arl^ sLvensof this rth lage; and one sister, Mrs. Helen Bei­ lis, of Dansville. The funeral services will be held this (Wednesday) morn­ ing at 10 o’clock, from the Thayer Un­ dertaking Parlors. Rev. W a lter S. swamp o^“ nr4 c ^ t^enwhmhCh^tdr been| through the village, en route to the'Question Box— Each member please contribute. MARRIED. Columbus Day In Penn Yan. Columbus Day was fittingly observ- W right officiating. Burial at Atlanta, Hall-^-Cowell I e(* in Penn Yan by the local Council N. Y. u f h ^ d m fe dnn SYanl on wtdn^day\1 Married at the Second Milo Baptist f the Knights of Columbus An en » ™ neJ b° \ 0n!> »°i£|Se.P.t.ln:^ ril1! I , i * & oII O c ^ o K!I; aBt ' kli) pllX 1Mr.1| mmnbe^sheld \at \the Be\nham Flero and Cyrus Bacon. freight business of this country was | meeting will be announced later, within three per cent, of its highest previous record. Joel W. Hall, of Penn Yan, to Miss House, after which a splendid Mrs. Anna Nielsen, of Hamilton street, fell down stairs at her home ► | recently, fracturing a bone in her leg ► ► below the knee. WAfiFNFR BROTHERS tl l t ls said that meat has sone back n n u c i l t n o n u i n t l W H t0 prices of I914-at wholesale. At The total stock of money in th e l^ ouise Uowell, of Barrington. Frank P. Kinyoun. Frank P. Kinyoun died at his home prct* on East Main street Sunday morning, United States on October 1, 1922, was $8,388,237,342, of Which $3,624,044,510 was neid in the Treasury, and $6,- 763,712,6/9 was outside of the Treas­ ury. Per capita circulation, $41.00. Harper—Ackerson. Druery Harper, of Rochester, N. Y., The Yates County Tuberculosis 1 Committee will hold Us regular m retail the prices are far from pre-war I monthly meeting, »id a y , Oct. 20th F I n, kf» Vk 7 n If fill 'PlMK/Ml'o A* =. prices ^1 U .il. at Mr. Walter Tower's office, at 3 gram of speeches and entertainment age(i 72 years. He is survived by his was offered. The hotel dining room wife, also by one son, Clay F. Kin- was attractively decorated in the na- youn, of this village. Deceased was tional colors and autumn flowers a member of Milo Lodge, No. 108, F. graced the tables. Music was furtiish- & A . M ., and the funeral was in nad Mary Ackerson of Penn Yan, were 0(, b the saxophone Novelty Or- cl)arFe o£ Ula£ '° dge- „ T|ie funeral married by Rev. W. H. Wheatley, at riieafL throughout the dinnpr Tosenh servlcos were held on Tuesday after- ^ ------------- c cnestra tnrougnout ine dinner, josepn noon> at 3 o'clock, with burial in P. Craugh acted as toastmaster and ^ake View cemetery* Rev. C. K. Im- introduced John J. Hyland as the prie was officiating clergyman. first speaker. Mr. Hyland spoke elo-, * m . - ^ qvently of the history of the order of Danish Brotherhood Visited tparsonage, October 5, 1922. They will reside at Rochester. p. in B0RDWELLS INC. Corner Main and Elm Sis PENN YAN, N. Y. The recent rains broke a long draught, and greatly benefitted winter grains, pastures, and meadows facilitated fall plowing. Orr—Doty, Clyde Orr, of Penn Yan, and Bertha the Knights of Columbus and stated Doty, of Milo, were married by Rev. that the present year marks the 40th The real estate transfers in Yates I w. H. Wheatley, at the Baptist par- anniversary of its foundation. Messrs, and I county last week as reported by the sonage, October 10 1922. They w ill re- Frank Quenan and Thomas F. Carroll County Clerk in another column, in- atfe at Penn Yan. to the order o f the Danish Brother* hood and the work of the local lodge. A banquet was enjoyed by all pres­ ent, and later dancing was Indulged in. There were many visitors from Ontario and Monroe counties. The Danish Brotherhood Is a fra­ ternal Insurance organization. It has been in existence about 40 years, and now has 322 lodges. Because of the war and subsequent financial depres­ sion, many fraternal organizations were hard put, but the Danish Broth­ erhood enjoys the distinction of be­ ing the only one to declare a dividend to Its policy holders. Since its organ­ ization the Brotherhood has paid death and other claims amounting to about $4,000,000, and now has a sur­ plus of about one and one-third mil­ lion. Select your Ford type today at the lowest price in history. C o n c e r t by Duxbak hunting coats and breeches, lace and straight. Practically water­ proof. Donaldson, Hess & Co. m j f - Marie Morrise* Everybody w ill buy a Ford now. If You Enjoyed “ Turn to the Right,” you w ill come back the second time to see “ HU­ M A N H EARTS,” which w ill be shown at the Sampson, Oct. 23-24. “H UM A N H E A R T S ” is a drama of home,- of real people and a picture the whole family will like. Select your Ford tvne today at the lowest price in history. by Su preme President On Tuesday of last week, the local eludes the following: “ Teintor Corn Oct. 11th,Iaud Fruit Products Co., by Tit, to property •9 SOMETHING NEW I N TOILET GOODS Venida ClinTonic Twin Soaps VENIDA “ Clinic” Soap cleanses the skin of ,4ust and germs. VENIDA “ Tonic” Soap nourishes, softens and tonics the skin. Used together they give a skin treatment wonderful results. BOTH CAKES FOR 25c. Married, in Rochester, . ----- - .... m . ,, 1922, Frank R. Durry, of Penn Yan,| Alefcanule Trust Co., Mo., and Mrs. Bertha S. Angeles, Cal. The bride was formerly a resident of Penn Yan. Union School The buildings, vineyards and stock $31594.25. Tax rate,, $10.19 on $1000 of the Hammondsport Wine Company, asgessed valuation. The total as- wqre sold at foreclosure proceedings, sessment is—real, $3,032,655; person- on Monday of last week.1 They were . $? i q inn• total $3 101 655 bid in at $60,000 for a New: York man. al> *by’luu’ tola1’ scored a hit with their specialty lodge of the Danish Brotherhood, song, which contained local versions known as W>ndia Lodge, No. 71, D. of the popular “ Mr. Gallagher and B. S., was visited by Supreme Presi- tMr. Shean” song. Ray. Father Dissett dent Soren Iversen, of Hartford, .. Truax— Southwick. in Milo, etc., consideration, $1,000,000. „ Bari Truax, of Keuka Park, and Ida introduced his remarks with several iConn. _ ’ «. _____ ,. I . » ^ . - Southwick, of Penn Yan, were married humorous anecdotes and concluded 1 The event was unique in that it was The total tax of the Penn Yan hy Rev w - H - Wheatley, at the Bap- wjth a stirring appeal to the men to the first time that the Penn Yan The next Chamber of Commerce dinner will be. held at The Benham, on Wedndesday,, November 1st. The program will be in charge of the Highway Improvement Council, of which Ralph Norris is chairman. ANOTHER NEW ONE We now have— HOD Bid ANT FROM PARIS perfume in a new purse size bottle that sells for $1.00. Just the thing to carry in your purse or for your dressing table. Your choice of 11 odors. TRY YOUR DRUG STORE FIRST The State Fuel Administrator has modified his first order,, prohibiting the sale by retailers of more than a two weeks’ supply of coal of domes­ tic sizes. Now a month's supply is al­ lowed. Pea coal can be sold in any quantity,. Two Geneva policemen arrested two State troopers about one o’clock Monday morning for reckless driving of an automobile. They were taken to the police station. One trooper threatened to use his gun, but thought better of it.—Democrat. District this year is tlst Parsona6e» October 15, 1922. They live up t0 the ideals of the Order, lodge had even been visited by a Su- 1 w ill reside at Keuka Park. past Grand Knight H. C. Earles spoke preme officer and great preparations brefly on the past history and future had been made for the visit. Southerland __ Bogart outlook of the Penn. Yan Council. Co-| Mr. Iverson was met at the Penn- On Saturday October 14 1922 at !umbus Day, he stated, marked the sylvania station at two o’clock by a the Presbyterian manse, in this * vil- second anniversary of the institution reception committee, composed of lage, took place the marriage of Miss of the Penn Yan Council, which he* Martin Nielsen, President of Wendia Mrs. H. B. Parish was taken sud- L ena Bogart and Mr. Emmett South- gan with a membership of sixty, which!Lodge; Lars Andersen, Secretary, and deuTy ill in New York City on Satur- erland, both of this village. Rev. C. has since been doubled, Charles T.| p. Hansen. Later he was taken to day last, while acting as a delegate K . Imbrie performed the ceremony. Whelan, of Auburn, as the principal the Anderson farm in Benton, where of the local Eastern Star at the con- The bride is a daughter of Mr..and speaker, concluded the program with he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. vention in New York. She was Mrs. Guy Bogart, lorm e i^ of this an address on Columbus and the Ies-I Lars Anderson, whose personal friend brought to her home here on Monday Branchpor^^nd^tiie sons to be learned from the initta-! he has been for several years. STEEL BOAT BELONGING TO KEUKA COLLEGE. FINDER, PLEASE NO T IFY COLLEGE AND RECEIVE REWARD. Wants, For Sale, E tc. FOR SALE— Cleveland tractor (like new), 3 1-2 ton Packard truck, two saw mills, some shingle, lath and heading machinery. Very cheap for cash. Dr. F. C. Shaut, Addison, N . Y . This will be the season’s most unibue music event. In addition to singing several groups of songs, Miss Morrisey has consented to com­ pare her voice with its R e -C r e a t i o n b y Mr. Edison’s new phonograph. She will be as­ sisted by W alter Chapman, pianist, and Jacques Glocktier, cellist. The famous contralto will appear ELMWOOD THEeTEL , r D,v OCT. 23d Admittance by invitation only. W e shall be glad to issue these to music-lovers who apply, in order of application. Call, write, or tele­ phone. MUSIC 132 Main Street HOUSE THE METROPOLITAN INC. by her husband, H. B. Parish. groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Southerland, of Penn Yan. Hatch— Til lotson. G E T IT A T BORDWELL’S. In some places rounabout farmers are getting for their potatoes only 35c to 40c per bushel. There is not much profit in spuds at those prices, especially when the yield has been small. Penn Yan merchants have been paying 50c per bushel for potatoes. Lieutenant (X Birkett Ferenbaugh, U. S. A., who received orders trans­ ferring him from Vancouver to Pre­ sidio, at San Francisco, has received further orders to go to Honolulu, H. I., and will sail from San Francisco Oct. 19. He will be stationed at Schofield's Barracks, 19th Inf., Honolulu, H. I. A report of the highway superinten­ dent shows a doubt of the possibility of completing the Hammondsport and Branchport State road this fall. Two miles arq finished and are open to traffic, but the construction company in charge is having difficulty in get­ ting some materials needed. EASIEST SHOE ON EARTH Friday night, Oct. 6th, Milo Lodge, F. & A M., presented District Deputy pennis C. Pierce with a handsome emblem. Worshipful Master Welles Griffith presided. Professor W. E. De- Melt, of the Academy, gave an in­ teresting address on “ The History of Masonry.’’ Refreshments were served. The Fine Arts Building, on Chest­ nut street, in Rochester, was sold last week by John C. Fox, of Penn Yan. The value of the property is said to bo about $185,000. Some years ago the late Fred U. Swarts, of Penn Yan, acquired the property in a real estate trade. It is an eight story building. McADAMS SHOE CO On the 30th of September last there were on deposit in the five banks of Yates county $4,318,898.27. That is a good deal of money, and indicates that many people are prospering abundantly. Probably the most of them are agriculturists, as business men are not heavy depositors. Many of them are borrowers. Margaret Dixon, widow of John M. Dixon, of Hall, who died recently, leaving an estate of $20,466.53, ac- on Saturday, October 14, 1922, at cording to a transfer tax, has just Towanda, Pa., took place the marri- paid a tax of $154.70. After debts and age of Miss Maude fillotson, of''Can- expenses amounting to $996.16 had ton, Pa., to Mr. Roy Hatch, of Naples, been paid Mrs. Dixon inherited $19,- N. Y. The ceremony was performed 47n 07 by Rev. H. I. Andrews, pastor of the ' Methodist church at Towanda. The . “ . TT“ _ . ... bride is the daughter of one of Can- The payment of school taxes in the ton>3 prominent business men and Penn Yan Union School District will for the past few months has been em- soon be in order. On October 25th, ployed as a member of the nursing Collector Charles H. Sisson will com- corps of the local hospital. Mr. Hatch inence receiving taxes at one per is employed as machinist at the cent for thirty days. After thirty Yates Canning Co’s plant days taxes) will be collected at 5 per cent‘ 1 Reynolds— Craugh. Mrs. Jones, aged mother of Abe A very pretty October wedding took fully injured last week, when her on Thursday morning, October Jones, real estate dealer, was pain- 12, 1922, at 10.30 o clock at St. Mich- liaud was caught in the door of Mr. fcfel’s church, when Miss Virginia Jones’ sedan automobile. The fingers Craugh, eldest daughter of Mr. and were crushed so badly that it was Mrs. William S. Craugh, of East Main found necessary to amputate the end street, this village, became the bride of one of them. of Mr. Richard Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Reynolds, of Ruth, child of Mr. nd Mrs. Wil- Liberty street. Rev. Andrew Dissett loam Stoutenburg, of East Main St., celebrated the nuptial mass. The was knocked down and Injured on bride, who was given in marriage by Wednesday of last week by an auto- her father, was gowned in an import- mobile, at the corner of E. Main St. ed gown of brown chiffon velvet, and Lake street. Several bruises re- wjth picture hat and carried dahlias, suited aud the child otherwise in- y er bridesmaid. Miss Eleanor Craugh, ^ured* wore a gown of cocoa, Spanish lace, with picture hat and also carried dah- tive, vision and persistency great discoverer. of the Program of Westminster Society The Lake Keuka Grape Market has been a little show during the past week, with prices ranging from $80 to $85 per ton. California has an enor­ mous crop. It is estimated at 350,000 tons—100,000 tons more than in 1921. It is all absorbed for wine. It is esti­ mated that one million gallons more will be made than were made last year, and 2 1-2 times the amount made and imported previous to 1918. James, small son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cougevan, of Walnut street, was run into and knocked to the pave­ ment by an outrof-town autoist on Monday near the Four Corners. The child was taken to the office of Dr. George Butler. No serious injuries resulted. It is said that the crowd which asesmbled at the scene of the accident had a threatening attitude toward the autoist, but it quickly sub­ sided. Reuben A. Scofield, of Penn Yan, last week celebrated his fiftieth anni­ versary as editor of the Penn Yan Express, and the preceding Friday lias. Mr. William V. Reilly, of Penn Yan, attended Mr. Reynolds, as groomsman. Mr. Jack and William Craugh, brothers of the bride, acted as ushers. Both young people are socially prom­ inent in this village. The groom is now connected with the First Na­ tional Corporation, in New York City. Can You Keep a Secret? That is the question you w ill be asked before you see “The Bat,” the sensational dramatic success of all years, by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood, which Wagenhals and Kemper present at the Sampson Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 26. “The Bat,” as you probably know, has proved the sensation of the the- In the evening, according to ar­ rangements, about 300 people assem­ bled in Wendia Hall, on Elm street, to officially welcome Mr. Iversen. As - , A .. ^ . the Supreme President entered the Rochester^ N ^ Y . ^assfsted Mrs* haU- with Martin Nielsem and Lars Ralph Lynch, w iil give an entertain- Andersen, the entire assemblage ment at the Presbyterian church, Fri- arose as one and with tremendous ap- day, Oct. 20, 1922, at 8 p. m., under, plause greeted their supreme officer, the auspices of the Westminster Mis-j The chairman of the meeting, Mr. sionary Society. Mrs. W h ite was at C. Christensen, in a brief address, one time contralto soloist in the bade all welcome and invited all to largest Jewish synagogue in Bos- be seated, after which Martin Nielsen ton. Mr. \Vhite is an accomplished welcomed the Supreme President on reading and reciting. The following is behalf of Wendia Lodge, and intro- the program: 1 duced Mr. Lars Andersen as toast- Contralto soios— | master. Mr. Andersen made a few a “Autumn Storm” ............. Grieg remarks and introduced Mr. Andrew b “The Star” ............... Rodgers Nielsen, who spoke far the lodge, and ir. Mary Huber W h ite „ * formally introduced the speaker and Violin Solo ................ Selected guest 0g the occasion— Supreme Pres- Readings ^ RalPh LyUCh Selected * “ So™ Iversen. amg ‘ * ’ Mrs ‘ White * ‘ ' . ) One of- the outstanding features of Bass Solo, “ On the Road to Manda- Mr. Iverson’s talk was the very high lay” ..................................... Spears tribute which he paid Mr. James M. Arthur Platt W h ite j Lown, of New York City, a Benton Solos— I boy and Member of Assembly from £ ‘‘Ave Maria” ............ Gounod y ates County. Mr. Iverson said that, b Rain • ^ MannarZucca j£Ilowing him personally and being Intermission ‘ | called upon to transact business with Readings .............................. Selected him along insurance lines, he was Mrs. W h ite A Group of Favorite Songs Mrs. White Readings— a An impersonation b Barnyard Romance Mr. W h ite “Mr. and Mrs. W h ite” Mrs. Ralph Lynch and Mr. Arthur P. White, accompanists. Tickets, adults, 50c; children, 25c. FOR S A L E !— W e are offering the best values in used rr new trucks of all sizes in W estern New York. Cash or time. Doughty Motor Sales, 204 Court street, Rochester, N . Y , FOR SALE— Empty cider, wine and whiskey barrels. Empire State W ine Co., 133 Lake street, Penn Yan. 45tt T he Miss Marie Morrisey. atre. It has played for more than a year in New York and is still play­ ing. It has a run of one entire year to ______ ___ _____ its credit in Chicago, the longest ^un, h j acques Glockner are artists of con- Miss Marie Morrisey, contralto, as- sited by W a lter Chapman, pianist, and Jacques Glockner, cellist, will bo heard in an unique recital at the Elmwood Theatre on the evening of Oct. 23, 1922. Miss Morrisey is one of the best known contraltos on the concert stage. H e r voice is rich and colorful, of genuine contralto quality. W ith this unusually beautiful voice is link­ ed a personalty rarely met with and these qualities combined with splen­ did musicianship, make Miss Morrisey a decided favorite in the^ concert field. W alter Chapman, pianist, and justified in saying that he was a fine type of man and a business man of integrity and highest honor. Such a tribute, coming from a resident of another Statfe, is highly appreciated by Mr. Lown’s numerous friends here. The address of the Supreme Presi­ dent occupied an hour and a half, forty-five minutes of which was in Danish and the other forty-five in English. His remarks were confined incidenlally ever scored by any 1 3ideraBTe reputation and \ t h e concert proven an u n a u ^ i^rtriu m p h w h ir w ill undoubtedly prove one of the out- ever and whenever it has been seen. I. standing features of the musical sea- And everyone is asked to keep its I son here. | secret. Admittance w ill he by card of ad- . The fact that critics and public, I mission only, which may be secured celebrated his seventy-mnth birthday, alike, have kept faith with both au-1 from Bush’s . Music House. Always a prominent Republican, Mr. thors and managers in preserving the Scofield was ‘ an active lieutenant of secret of the play, has had not a lit-i w h e n the roaring, gambling hall Tom Platt and Roscoe Conkling. Dur-1 tie to do with its astounding success. I was the only “club’9 the frontierer How WJUliam Paddock, of Italy. ^ lost the Civil War he served with the Without .3- doubt,^the unexpected cli- knew, came “ White Oak” M iller rid- control of his flivver near Daboll cor- Union Army. The editors of Western max. o t , ®at *? the m0SL inS over the plains, riding on a quest ners Saturday, and the machine went New York join in wishing Editor Sco- R n H t climax that Is so c l r t ?,ou.r heart will„ thriV i ° se-%,A ^ 0I7 ... n. j j - . t . . i ___ j the editorial harness. Naples Reo* is tiiat not one person who has ever dfans, as it was in the olden days.' seen the play has been able to guess This remarkable and historical pic- its finish in advance. ture will be shown at the Elmwood of Jacob „ S<>me critics have described The Theatre Saturday, October 21. Wm. 9 I Lll p car. Mr. Paddock was not injured. onJ The car was driven into Morgan’s gar-1 age and was soon repaired and Mr. Georee Whittaker Paddock was soon on big way as good ' f h ^ H ’f . oat as a aramauc smasu. caue™. s H art baa the leading role. Night . . Adverti.er., l i t t S u T S U ' <™»'& » ^ ^ Electric Light and Power Co.; turned they have been many— speak of “ The > wi\lch com' - “ i „ « . « look a. & dock . . . « * c£ y r » ‘ t „ “ , * g \ s y tos e„ N.e x , f l ^ , H< s a r ; i so doing dislocated topic for conversation for weeks at mor6 than average merit. A t the Elm- by using our SVRUR of TAR with extract of Cod Liver Oil and Menthol A valuable treatment for ColcKBroncbitis, Croup, and Cough of all kinds, A large bottle for 50c. and guaranteed entirely satisfactory or refunded. SAHPS0N W EDNESDAY Constance Talmadge in \W O M A N ’S PLA C E ” The Woman’s Political League decide they must have a can­ didate for Mayor, also that she must be the most attrac­ tive woman in town. “Beauty is essential, brains are negli­ gible,” says the leader. A pic­ ture made for laughing pur­ poses only. If you don’t want to laugh don't come. Admis­ sion, 10-17c. Harold Lloyd Comedy Prizma TH U RSD A Y Alice Lake in “ KISSES” Returning home from the gay bazaar, at which he,r candy kisses’ booth is the most suc­ cessful of all, Betty Estabrook discovers her father a sudden victim of heart failure. Also she is changed from an heir­ ess to a working girl, and that' is what makes the story. Ad­ mission, 10-17c. Selznick News FRID A Y Jack Livingstone in “ M A N 'S L A W AN D GOD’S” The humorous story of a di- rectrby-mail courtship started merely for amusement by an old miner, whose own ro­ mance had fliw e r e d thirty years before. Admission, 10- 17c. “ IN TH E D A Y S OF BUFFALO B IL L ” SATU RD A Y Harry Carey in “ MAN TO M A N ” One of the “ biggest” Westerns you ever saw. You will want to jump out of your seat when you see that mad stampede bearing down upon you — thousands of fire-crazed steers careening right into the lens of the camera. A thrill! Such a one as you never saw nor felt before. Matinee, 10-17c: evening, l7-22c; children un­ der twelve, 10c. Century Comedy SPE C IAL ORCHESTRA MONDAY AND TUESD A Y House Peters in The Great American Drama “ H U M AN H E A R T S ” The story o f stories— laying upon the heartstrings with money the result of the business troubles of room, and in Seeding this corporation, according to a par- ‘ r ’ tef it has come and aone tial report filed by Receiver F. M. tin n ^ f was “The Bat” is presented exactly as wood Saturday, October 21, on the Skivingtoa, in United States District h,!t m J 1 staged in New York and Chicago, and ?al? , t v , 7 ith Wllham Sl Hart Court, in Buffalo. The total assets summoned, but Mrs. Whittaker sut- wlth an exceptional cast, which in- in White Oak. estimated at |55,883, and the to- £ered Tnt®nse paln uatd t^e disl° cat- eludes: Mabel Weight, Jean Haven, PROUTY & RAFALES Prescription Druggists Penn Yan, N. Y. its thrashing, poignant drama -replacm g with tender smiles the tears it w ill bring, as its gentle; homely humor sinks deeper and deeper into your heart. It is a story of home— of a wonderful, beautiful love —of pathos and humor— a story for your— for your chil­ dren— for your father and mother— for the whole world. If you enjoyed “ Turn to the Right” you w ill come back the second tim e to see “ Hu­ man Hearts.” Matinee, 22c; evening, 17-28c; children un­ der twelve, 10c. are Conklin tai resources available for creditors ed vertebrae were put back in place. Iciara Coleman, Geo. A, Lessey, Wyrl- available tor creditors ghe quickly recovered and is now at- ey Birch, Joseph Rawley, Richard is $ov,0£o. j *,x I.,*,. on I Mflneflftid t ?ov La Rue* Sam KustoT, Past Masters Charles Watkins, tending to her duties as bookkeeper. | Mansfield, Roy and Edward Martyn. Real Estate Transfers. King Timothy Fred S. Hollowell, Glen L, Owen and t p. H. Ritchie has sold hie interest Degree Master J, Leon Ansley, of the in the Geneva Real Estate Company Peun Yan Grange, were in Troy, Pa., to George M. Rogers. Mr. Ritchie was „ Q Be tt countv treasurer to Tuesday night of last week, to see president of the company and Mr. D \ ls$ E G u l i c ^ the third and fourth grange degree Rogers was vice-president and treas- key __ $15.58. * work by a special degree team. The urer. A new corporation has been Geo. H. Robbins and wife to Carrie Pennsylvania State officers were formed by Mr. Rogers, in which his H. Price, premises in Milo— $1. present. A banquet was held. Mr. and uncle, George W. Bowen, of Auburn, Josephiqe Martin to Wm. B. Martin Mrs. Lloyd Fullagar, of Branchport, will be associated1. It is planned to wife, premises in Jerusalem— $1. build a number of new houses here ** S&ckett, Ref., to Byron G. also were present Pure When the latest fashion dictates] another year will see considerable get in full swing, as they will, sooner or later, the bobbed and fluffy-fluffy flappers are likely to be peeved. They will regret that they bobbed, for short hair and long skirts do not match, it Is said. I t Is easy to elong- and elsewhere. It is quite likely that] an<* w**e’ prem*ses *n Benton A Tr , rt 1 r>i,. ^ i Arnold B. Shaffner and wife to activity at Keuka Gardens. Mr. Ritch-1 p^ed O. Phillips, premises in Starkey ie has come Into possession of the __ “ Rose Lawn” subdivision, on the out- Fred 0. Phillips and wife to Mary skirts, of Rochester. | Shedrlck, premises in Starkey— $350. Wm. F. VanAllen and wife to Roy • in Bar- Vail, Quality Grocer Phone Lunn 1 G I F T S T H A T L A S T Time Like | The Present t . V| , „ u , , , Mr. Reuben A. Scofield, on Octo- g- wl£e' Prem,9ea M ct b\S„teS;se “& ' S * •,»»;? =■ b ^ r ° n o t ^ o ilnt6rrftre°,withUnnfttiira1 ^enn Yan Bxpr688' ln a modest, ^ H . o f Bennett?11 County' Troftaurer. better not to interfere with natural wen written announcement, Mr. Sco- to H. Allen Wagoner, premises in Jc- growtns. field tell of some of his trials and I rusalem— $15.90. happiness in running a paper for half! Temtor Corn and Fruit Products Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Horton, who at- a century. He states that he has of-1 • by Trustee, to Mercantile Trust tended the National Encampment of ten been accused of being on the off I premises In Milo, etc. the Grand Army of the Republic and side of important questions — ol w n . t « , allied organizations in DesMoines, thumping on unpopular chords, and an(1 wtfe premises In Milo—$1 Iowa, have returned home. Mr. Hor- says, “W e plead guilty to the thump- j. e . Sheridan, referee, to Clement ton was one of the division delegates Ing, but the inspiring motive has not B. Colo and another, premises ln Ben- of the New York State Sons ot Veter- been a delglht, but a sense of duty.” I ton— $3485.76. ans. Mrs. Horton Is a past president Any one wno can stand by his guns Orla M. Newcomb to Anna C. New- 01 the Woman’s Auxiliary of the Sons for fifty years and come through the|c°n}b, premises in Benton— $1. of Veterans of the State of New York, fire as clean and as unfettered as our „ Nelle Townsend et al., to Katherine This office makes her a delegate to I friend, Mr. Scofield, is worthy of a |kev-—^1 premises In Star- all National Conventions. | great amount or praise. Hats off to Wm Holly and wife to Ella L . him and his good paper, the Penn Jackson, premises in Potter, etc.— Next Saturday, October 21st, is the Yan Express. More power to him, $100. last registration day In this county and we wtsh It was in our power to Rem sen M. Kinne and w ife to Her- If you are not registered you cannot ^ U e as well as he does. Prattsburgj bert E. Warfield and wife, premises vote on November 7th. Personal reg- Advertiser. I In Milo $1. istration Is not required, but every V I C T R O L A voter should know that he or she Is The Nuway Stores Corporation, o f1 NOTICE, registered. It would be well, also, to Rochester, is busted, and more than m ^ enroll on registration day, although 15°0 Persons in the rural districts of TcL , hom May Concern: this may be done on election day. En- Western New York will lose all they L1°iQtooat da^Ln rollment—that Is designation of your Put In it It is simply one more illus- B?an&nort 19T o w n ^ o f ^ T r u s ^ m political party-must be done person- ^ 1 ° “ °fn with which smooth- yates county, New York, a publTc &lly> and it were better to be done talking Balesmen can bunco the pieo hearing will be held by the Town No Present Like the Time on registration day, as election offi­ cials are not as busy at that time as they are on election day. BUY YOUR WATCHES Reuben A Scofield, editor of the Penn Yan Express, has Just had two celebrations of late. On Friday, Sep­ tember 29, he celebrated his seventy- ninth birthday and the following Mon­ day, October 2, he spent his fiftieth anniversary of his ownership of the Express by working at his desk. Mr. Scofield is a veteran of the Civil War, pie of small means. \Three important Items in the report filed hy the receiver show that the underwriting expense of the Nuway Stores Corporation was $74,469; promotion expense, $42,600, and commission on stock sales, $58,679, making a total of more than $170,000 ot the stock­ holders’ money which went into a fund for the promotion and sale of stock of the corporation. Board of said town, upon the applica­ tion of Fred E. Winters, for permis­ sion to operate a ’bus line in said town and Into the hamlet of Branch- port from Hammondsport, Steuben county, New York. Dated, September 26th, 1922. 3W FRED E. WINTERS. is always ready to entertain you with the music you love best. Good music belongs in every home and the Victrola puts it there. Select your Ford type today at the lowest price in history. In addition to “ White Oak,” the When the crash came the total as-1 wonderful picture of the West, star-, / C. E. Shepard OPTOM E T R IST having enlisted ln 1861 in the 74th sets of the company were only $66,- Saturday\ Octobe? 2^ wUl be^hown militia regiment. He rose from pri- 883, or less than one-halt of the c “ydS ' Cook in^ his newest^ comedy vate to brevet-major and when his amount spent on promoting the swlu- “The Eskimo.\ This comedy alone is term of service was over, reenlisted die. Once more we say, leave stock well worth the admission price, and when discharged, had received salesmen severely alone unless you the rank of major for “faithful and know them, and have some know-1 Boys’ two pant suits and overcoats meritorious service.” He has been ledge of the value of the stock they 1 at the right price, prominent in the social and civic at- are selling. It is a safe bet that stock| Donaldson, Hess & Co. fairs ot the county and enjoys the salesmen promising large dividends « * ♦ * > » • ♦ • ♦ # ♦ • ♦ • ♦ » » » ♦ » ♦ » ♦ • ' r a jn o t of hta fellow townsmen. are \mptcioua charaotere.\ g everybody will buy a Ford now. z FU R N ITU R E , U N D E R T A K IN G P E J S N ' 7 2 U V , T h e Furniture Store T h a t Saves Y o u M o n e y .\ Coats and Dresses have the cen­ ter of the stage just now j R j R j R Seem to be the most absorbing question in the wardrobe of many women. N e v e r have w e been better pre­ pared to supply these garments. A large assortment from which to choose. W e believe our prices are lower. T h e ]M e t r o p o lita ,n ARCHIE TH AY ER U N D E R T A K E R 201 JACO B STREET, P E N N T A N , N . Y . Lady Embalmer Public Funeral Parlors Ambulance Service D a y or N igh t W ithout Charge. P H O N E , 412 e Fo r Friday and Saturday Golden Bantam Corn ................... . .......................................... Sardines, In Tomato Sauce, 1 lb. can ................................... Classic Soap ................................................................ 10 bars Catsup ..........................................................................3 bottles Bessie Pastry Flour ................................................................. Libby’s Milk ...............................................................Tall Can Bulk Rice ..........................................................................3 lbs. Bulk Oats . ......................................................................... 6 lbs. Campbell's Pork and Beans .................................................. Army Beef ..................................................... 6 lb. can Heinz Catsup .................................................... Large Bottles .. $.18 .15 .50 .25 .69 .10 .25 .25 .10 .48 .28 FOOD FACTS “ Happy is as Happy Eats ” i Your appetite will find a lot of happy encouragement in the food sold here. You'll be able to eat three “ squares\ a day with a relish if we furnish you with our provisions. This is a pure food store, where good groceries are sold to an appreciative public. RICHAR PHONE FOR IT - 259 ♦ Threshing Coal 109 BENHAM ST. RHONE 148 Have visited Millinery Section ? If you want a fashionable, becoming Hat, drop into the store some day and inspect our really wonderful showing of H a ts. Compliments have been showered upon us right and left in regard to the charming mod­ els w e are showing in Trim m ed Hats. Shapes and models to suit all tastes and personalities. O u r prices are extremely moderate. T H E LOW N D R Y GOODS irv- k. -} •

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