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ft*- ♦ Ilk • • *?•■. .. r i f ' l » — i'J|n -•< phr;; r*>. ' ^ 7, i^'V.,%-’^ ' \:;\>\ TV' ' \>•- -- *-e^ . , ^ - *- V.- « • • > > -\: ■ W-v.> -'*- ' ■ ' -V *. The Penn Y an E xpress PENN YAN, YATES CO., N. Y. REUBEN A. SCOFIELD, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Published every Wednesday at Penn Yan, Yates County, New York. Entered at Penu Yan Postoffice as second class mail matter. LIFE ON LAKE KEDKA TERMS: 91.00 per Year In Advance; $1.26 If Not Paid In Advance, The Only Continuously ? Republican Paper in Yates County. £ PENN YAN. N. Y., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8 1922 Vol. LVII.-No. 31 - Whole No. 29 * 3 - 8u0tne0e dLarlto CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. P H O N E 130 D pb C. B.Scudde*, D E N T I S T . P E N N Y A N . N . Y. Over Gas Offise. F O R T Y - S E C O N D Y E A R F o r R e liable M erchandise, w h e re you expect, and do get valu e received. B . T . M A L L O R Y . FIRE, TORNADO, and AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. Farm Propertyand Tornado Insurance a Special Feature In this Agency. R o o m 18, A r c a d e B lock. Penn Yan. N. Y, Money Matters *- Not everyone is quali­ fied, either by disposition or training, to attend to money matters* Yet such matters are essen­ tial to everyone's hap­ piness. ANSWER These Cool Days Make the Coat Business Brighter. Our assortment is still large, and at the moderate prices are bound to please. If you have doubt regarding our ex­ ceptional values, it will be overcome when you make com­ parisons along the line. ^ ^ — «»■ 1 1 For the Most for your Money. Just take a few moments and look over our extensive Stock of Bed Blankets. You will be pleased, just as we are pleased to be able to give you such good Blankets at so reasonable prices. “ Richelieu” Underwear Cannot be surpassed. It is all that it is claimed to be, and you will make no mistake in supplying your winter wants now, when available. W e are selling many Dress Skirts, full box pleated, in the most desirable cloths, ranging in prices from $5.48 to $6.98.______________________________________________________ You can buy a good stout kid glove at $1.50. A good heavy strap wrist Charmuse Glove at $1.25. A complete assortment for Ladies and Misses in extra heavy wool gauntlet gloves, ranging in price from 75 cts. to $2.25. ___________________________ _ ______________ • _________ _ ROGERS’ r \ V e t l 12 . © The Chamber of Commerce of Penn Yan for Yates county will hold its monthly dinner meeting at the Ben- ham House (this) Wednesday even­ ing, November 8th, at 6.30 sharp. AGED MAN’S BODY FOUND BY HUNTERS. Late Saturday afternoon three high school youth, who were out hunting, L x. , JA discovered the body of William H. This will be a large meeting and it £ 0Ie, who, two weeks ago, disappear- Is hoped that every mem|ber will be ed trom the home of als daughter, Dr®®ent* . _ . Mrs. Ida Lamphier, of Sheppard St., | The principa1 speaker will be Her- jn the Ketcham woods, about one bert W|. Baker, State Secretary of mue north of Penn Yan. The body the New York State Automobile As- was badly decomposed, and Coroner, sociation, who will tell us of the pranklin Sampson, who was called J value of co-operation among auto thought the man had been dead some owners in securing better legislation time tor good roads and protection from Qa account of the condition of the reckless driving. body,, it was taken directly to Lake I John B Farwell, President of the view cemetery and placed in the' Geneva Auto Club, will also speak on vault. Mr. Cole leaves, besides his this subject. daughter with whom he resided, two The Chamber of Commerce is ac- otiier daughters, and one son, all of I tive m affairs pertaining to the best Canandaigua. No evidence was found interests of our county. The Board of to imllcate suicide, so the coroner is- Directors are holding meetings every sued a certificate of death due to old two weeks and some important busi- a and exposure. Mr. Cole was 84 ness is considered at each session. years of age* The membership has been increas- * _ _ _ ed by nearly 100 members during the Canandaigua. Nov. 6.— William H. present year, and yet the Board of Cole, the aged man, whose body was {Directors have a list of about 200 found Saturday in a woods near Penn names of persons whom they feel Yan, after her had been missing from should become members of the or- the home of his daughter in Penn Yan ganization and help carry on the for two weeks, was well known here work. I I . Congratulations. October 31, 1922. Mr. R. A. Scofield, Penn Yan, New York. Dear Mr. Scofield: While is and throughout the Canandaigua lake I section, where he had spent all of his 84 years in life. He was a popular figure among the cottagers and camp­ ers along the lake, particularly with the fishermen. Mr. Cole's ancestors were among Let this Bank look af­ ter your money matters. That is our business* rather lato' in~ theTay, f^ i s h to add the ^ st settlers of the lake country my congratulations to the many well anY they were a long-lived and pro- deserved good wishes which you re- lific famjily. They came from Pennsyt- ceived upon the occasion of your 75th vania two generations before the birthday and 50th anniversary as edi- birth of William Cole, and the latter’s tor of the Penn Yan Express. father was a famous breeder, trainer, Excepting its strictly partisan art I- an(j dealer in oxen and an artisan in and’ must b e f i n rdQgreat ox *«*?■ u^ ards * a hundred years pleasure In reading the editorial aS°- when thos° animals and fittings views of the “Express” and prefer were an essential of civilization. He them to those of nearly every paper lived at what was then Cole’s Point which I read. (on Canandaigua lake, but which was You have by best wishes in all re- afterwards called Whiskey Point, and The Citizens Bank Penn Yan. S A T U R D A Y , N O V . 11 Call Lon Chaney in “THE TRAP Can you imagine a fight between a man and a wolf in a pitch dark cabin, with nothing but the flaming eyes of the wolf showing that at least one combatant is alive and jumping. If you don't sit on the edge of your seat during this fight your nerves are dead and you had better see a doctor. Mack Sennett Comedy M O N D A Y - T U E S D A Y - W E D N E S D A Y yy GOODSPEED & MILLER I T h e m o s t t a lk e d o f p ic tu r e of the y e a r for all kinds of It INSURANCE and BONDS > Phone 1 3 0 -M . Good to be Sure by Insuring With N. S. D A ILE Y, AGENT FOE Fire, Life, Tornado, Accident Health, Compensation, And the many other Branches of the business. Office, Room 1, over The town Dry Goods Co Phone—Office, 228. Res. • 826-J. spects. Very sincerely, HENRY BENNETT LEARY. o You taste the Superior Quality in every Ttmumbeance. If yon liked “The Old jNest” yon will love “Remembrance” The story of “ dad” who paid the bills while his family had the fun. “ Remembrance” is a great lovable picture ot American family life. You will laugh at dear old “ dad” and his old-fashioned ways. Rupert Hughes has written and directed an absorbing drama of real people, even better than his immortal picture — “ The Old Nest. ” We are showing “ Remembrance” three days, so that everyone will have a chance to see it. “ Remembrance” is the one picture you cannot afford to miss. Y o u r D r u g S to re . E VERY woman in this town is Interested __ in pure drugs. We keep that always In mil d when buying drugs. Full stock of Drugs, Medicines, Pharmaceutics, all of the finest quality. This store is always in a position to fill your orders—or the doctor's order — promptly and efficiently. If you want the best, and nothing but the best, the best way to get it is to ALWAYS COMB TO THIS STORE, whese you will be sure to find the best. FRANK QCACKENBUSH, 14 Main St., Penn Tan. Travel to Rochester, Minn., the home of Mayo Brothers, noted spec­ ialists, has grown so great that the Chicago and Northwestern has put on a new train from Chicago and Mil­ waukee, chiefly to take care of it. Tiny Dawn O’Day, the most lovable threoyear-old girl, has a very impor­ tant part with William Farnum in “MOONSHINE V A L L E Y ” at the Elmwood Saturday, Nov. 11. Read the ads in this paper. O R D E R Y O U R Magazines tor the ensuing year, from Harry R. Sanford * 11 ARCADE BLOCK, PENN YAN Everything for the Home Loaf Bread Every Biscuit Every Cake or Pastry made from the guaranteed Occident FLOUR ❖ $ % e ❖ ❖ ❖ e i ❖ 1 ♦> $ ♦> I I 4 4 I ! I | A.MacKay&Co. | • * • ♦ • + # « • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • is now known as Smith’s Point. William Cole was an expert woods­ man, yineyardist , and practical far­ mer. He leaves two Brothers, Michael Cole, of Middlesex; Levi Cole, of Canandaigua, and four sisters, Mrs. Mary A. Royce, of Westport, Essex county; Mrs. Nettie Blair, of Jackson, Mich., and Mrs. Emma LaDew and Mrs. Harriet Cary, of Canandaigua. Surviving children include George and William Cole, of Canandaigua; Mjrs. Ida Lamphier, of Penn Yan; Mrs. Cora Speers and Mrs. Ella Spike, of Canandaigua, and a large number of grandchildren and great­ grandchildren. CHURCH NOTES. Try a sack at car ♦> ❖ A Risk and let yonr family be the judge. ❖ e ❖ e ❖ e ❖ 8 Time Like 1 The Present No Present Like the Time BUY YOUR W A T C H E S METHODIST EPISCOPAL Walter S. Wright, Pastor —Next Sunday morning the sacra­ ment of the Lord's Supper will be ob­ served. There will be baptism and reception of members. In the even­ ing, service will be held in this church when the pastor will begin a series of sermons on “The Making of a Man.” The first will be “Heredity— Whose Son Are You?” These sermons will be very practical a,nd those who do not have a church home elsewhere are invited to hear them. —The Woman’s Home Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Dennis ton, 231 Main street, Wednesday after­ noon, Nov. 8th. Mrs. H. J. Davis will be in charge of the program. — The regular monthly meeting and social of the Queen Esther Circle will be held at the home of Miss Mary Williams, 439 N. Main street, on Wednesday evening, Nov. 8. Supper will be served at 6.30. All members fare urged to be present — The men of the church will hold a social gathering at the church on \Wednesday evening of this week. Supper will be\ served at 7 o’clock. All men who are in any way connect­ ed with the church are cordially in­ vited. — The meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society announced for Wednesday af­ ternoon will be held on Thursday af­ ternoon instead. All ladies interested are urged to be present. —The King’s Heralds will meet oil I Friday afternoon, Nov. 10, at the e , home of Ruth Bridgman, 6 Myrtle |g I avenue. All members are asked to be - present. —The Francis Willard Y . P. B. v i will hold their regular meeting on f Tuesday evening, Nov. 7th, at the home of Hazel Porter, 132 Lake St. a ;T he program will be in charge of S Susannah McElwee. (Special music will also be given. —The regular meeting of the W]. C. T. U. will be held on Friday at 3 p. x* m., at the home of Mrs. T. W . Wfind- f nagle, Liberty street. Members are “ asked to bring clothing, vegetables, canned fruit, etc., for the barrel to be sent to Sagola home, j —Remember the chicken pie supper and sale to be given in the church on Wednesday evening, Nov. 15, under the auspices of the Ladies’ Aid. ; —Don’t forget the prayer meeting on Thursday evening. A large number of men were present last week, and they have a special invitation this week. WOMAN IN AUTO STRUCK BY STRAY SHOT FROM HUNTER’S GUN. A shot from the roadside struck and seriously wounded Mrs. George Dean in the back, as she was return­ ing to her home Saturday afternoon I in an automobile. Mrs. Dean was rid­ ing in the back seat of an automobile driven by a man named Brown. In the seat with her was Miss Helen Brown. She was taken to her home on the Roger Fullagar Farm, about two and a half miles from Penn Yan, and later brought to the hospital in this village. The bullet was found to to have lodged in the left lung. Her condition is reported dangerous. Mr. Brown and Mr. Dean later found four boys with a rifle in a field near the1 place, where the shot was fired. The boys denied firing the shot. SUPREME COURT CALEN- FIPIY YEARS AGO IN PENN DAR. The following causes have been Taken from the Files of the Penn Yan noticed Cor trial at the Yates county Express of November 6, 1872. -Supreme Court, which will convene on the 20th lust: | -------- Morgan J. Titus against Augustus Wild geese are hieing south. Sign A. Titus. Action on contract of cold weather. Hiram B. Parish against Merrill A. -------- Beach. Action on account. The Watkins Fair receipts were Hiram B. Parish against Arthur $1300. Slater. Action on account. -------- Thomas J. Gristock against The Auburn has a boy who recently ran Farmers’ Reliance Mutual Insurance a mile in 2:32. Action on fire insurance -------- It makes a great difference “whose ox is gored.” Did you ever go to the express office to ship a parcel? The clerk looks it over, asks the value, criticizes your method of packing, finds fault with the covering used, condemns your penmanship, insists on two complete address cards, makes you sign away your birthright, state the value—and then if he is not dis­ gusting the baseball score of the world s serious, or having an argu­ ment with his girl, over the phone, ne at last accepts your money in a lord­ ly manner worthy of the Punjaub of Iroawaddy or the Boorapooh of Oo- Am, who shines your shoes on sleep­ ing car No. 4-11-44 (name “Quita' j, from Owl-hoot, N. Y., to Frog Holler, Pa., extra fare, $4.00. But just get on the receiving end ot the route and see ” 0, what a differ­ ence in the morning.” Alter it has been manhandled, dropped from a high wagon to a hard pavement, bust­ ed, defiled, abused and held up for seven days to get weak—that same officious employe will stare you out of countenance and declare that the said package was in the latter- said condition when received by the immaculate and infallible express company. .1 spent my life in the note! business. 1 knew many express mes­ sengers. They used to try to sell me a ‘ gallon of oysters,” Shipments of American Coal to Canada. half a dozen Company. Action on fire insurance -------- calves’ livers,” and 1 have heard them policy. , G. R. Cornwell has our thanks for tell how to raise a case of whiskey up Morgan J. Titus against Augusta several pieces of sheet music. at arms' length and drop it till the A. \Titus. Action, alleged conversion. -------- bottles broke. Then hold a pail under Hiram B. Parish against Sinclair A new sidewalk has been laid across the corner and catch the leakage. I Refining Company. Action, alleged the railroad crossing on Jacob street, have on hand 1000 pounds of fruit, damages and breach of contract. , ------- which 1 cpuid clean up $50.00 on if i Harry O. Bennett, as Executor, etc., Mr. E. J. Burke, of Dahsville, is to had the least idea it would ever reach against Irving W. Cole. Action on aid in the Old Folks’ Concert soon to the consignee. 1 won't take a chance note. come off in Penn Yan. on it. 1 shipped 2800 pounds by freigiu Henry M. Short against Short -------- last week. 1 have never lost anything Electrical Manufacturing Company. Six inches of snow fell at Olean, in that way. The only trouble is—it is Action for salary. Cattaraugus county, on the 13th of too slow lor perishable fruit. Last Sidney E. Short against Short Elec- last month. week I shipped a barrel to the Special tncal Manufacturing Comlpany. Ac- -------- Disbursing Officer of the U. S. Gov- tion for salary. | There will be a partial eclipse of eminent, in the Board of Commerce. the moon on November 14th. I nearly had a “heart attack” today The following causes were “over” The following exchange of tele­ grams between Governor Miller and the Federal Fuel Administration at Washington relative to shipments of American coal to Canada through New York State, has been made pub­ lic by George Featherstone, Secretary to the Governor. Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1922. Hon. C. E. Spens, Federal Fuel Administrator, Washington, D. C. Referring to my telegram of Octo­ ber 5th. I am informed that move­ ment or domestic anthracite coal to Canada is increasing, attracted prob­ ably by high prices, whereas our own people are receiving but little. To make matters worse our people are being told to mix bituminous and small sizes of anthracite with what little of domestic sizes they are get­ ting, while the coal moving to Cana­ da $>r domestic use' is all of domes­ tic sizes. Of course we cannot inter­ fere with foreign commerce, You alone can regulate that. I am asking.! our State Fuel Administrator, Mr. Woodin, to take this matter up with you at once. NATHAN L. MILLER. when 1 received a card saying it One man in Pleasant Valley has a I “ came in fine condition.” There’s a from the last term of court, and will annear on the calendar of the Novem- thousand bushels of apples that he I reason (perhaps). How can we rem- appear on tne calendar or tne Novem- ia 8eillng at 10 cents per bushel. edy this condition? Kick, kick hard. I -------- wrote 15 letters to live department The next church sociable of the heads to get redress for $10.00 worth ber term. The New York Central Railroad Company against Evelyn H. Bailey, Presbyterian Society of this village ot fruit which 1 paid to have deliver­ doing business under the name and wil1 be held in the parlors of the ed and which was appropriated en style of Dundee Electric Lighting church on Friday evening next. route. Plant. J . -------- It there was any possible way “un- Eiver L. Rice vs. Martin Gavin. | Keuka Lake is now some 20 inches der heaven among men” to get our Alice McNulty against National higher than it was before the rains, fruit to our friends and customers, we Surety Company. I and is still raising at the rate of of Yates county, would ship tons up­ on tons of gift boxes and fruit to priv­ ate customers, but when X want to Joseph King against Florence D. about 1-2 inch every 24 hours. Potter. I -------- James 0. Sebring vs. Charlotte W. C. Crum, formerly a photo- send a pheasant to a dear friend in Shattuck, Rena B. Shattuck and grpaher in this village, but more re- Pennsylvania, I must send it to El- Rose A. Goble. icently the traveling agent of P T m*ra ky auto, and after it is all over, William H. Pierce against Lottie Baroum of New York was in town the exPTfc8S company, by its employe, last week ’ has thought up some more reasons to justify his ignorance of the law, aside A. Powers. Joseph Ovens against William L^Warren ’ S Henderson vs J Hen- ^ The Rev. Dr. Metcalf, senior pro- troni the origiual excuse, ry s t ™ S- Jl Hen , lessor in Hobart College, died at hie ™ E HERMIT OF THE LONE PINE Frank Meeks against George S . ! residence in Geneva on the morning p . s .—Why do express companies Feagles. Joseph W . Porter et ano. against The Lane Construction Corporation. The Farmers’ Reliance Mutual In- of Oct. 30. arm their employes? Because of a well grounded fear that an outraged, Since our last report Sheriff Din- abused and insulted public will rise turff has received three additional (^?stroy. at his surance Co., of Chemung, Schuyler, the Good Book says, “And that with- and Yates Counties, New York, boarders at his popular boarding outf remedy.” I offered the Division against The Lane Construction Cor-.bouse. Dresden, we are informed, has Superintendent to ship one dollar’s decreased slightly in population in worth of choice fruit, travel on the consequence. same train, arrest the first thief who pilfered and take his \gun off him. All •T Washingon, D. C. October 31, 1922. Hon. Nathan L . Miller, c|o Wm. H. Woodin, 165 Broadway, New York City. Your wire, October 26th, to Mr. Spens has been received. I am reply­ ing in his absence. From resumption of anthracite mining until October 14th, - New York has received nine hundred and forty thousand tons an­ thracite against two hundred and fifty-one thousand to all Cajiada, whereas normal ratio of Canada’s consumption to New York’s consump­ tion is thirty-three per cent. The above indicates Canada has been re­ ceiving only twenty-six per cent. Can­ ada is taking a larger proportion of bituminous in consequence. If Mr. Woodin will point out specific cases of shortage in New York State, will endeavor to fill them. Stories of vast shipments of anthracite are there ex­ aggerated . Canadians are importing large quantities of coal from Europe in order to relieve the pressure upon our supply. F. R. WADLEIGH. C. E. Shepard OPTOMETRIST * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * • * # * • A ) —a t “Rochester’s Home Store” FURNITURE RUGS LAMPS Visit Oar Furnished Room» CHINA CURTAINS DRAPERIES HOUSE-FURNISHINGS H. B. GRAVES CO. Inc., 78 State St. Largest Assortments in Western New York Never Heard of Sunny Side Up. Irvin S. Cobb, on u recent south era tour stopped for dinner at a tiny railway restaurant In a Mississippi village. “Well, “uncle, what’s the blll-of- fare?” he asked the aged colored man who came from the kitchen to look after him. “De bill o’-fnre,” said the old man, “am ham, eggs, colin bread - and coffee.\ ‘“Then I’ll have ham, eggs, corn bread and coffee, uncle,\ said Mr. Cobb. The old waiter bowed find shuffled out. But a moment later he put his head through the doorway again. \Boss he said, “how ye gwine have dem eggs—blind or lookin' at ye?”—Detroit Free Press. BAPTIST. W . H, Wheatley, Pastor —Next Sunday morning, at the usu­ al hour of worship, the pastor will preach. A welcome, to all. —Sunday school at 12 o’clock. Re­ member the slogan for the school— “Every scholar, get one.” Junior C. E. at 3.30. Senior C. E. at 5.45. Topic: “The Meaning of Church Mem­ bership.” Miss Florence Nichols will be the leader. The newly organized orchestra and choir is a great help. —Our own evening service at seven o’clock. Believing that, with each church having its own evening serv­ ice, we shall secure a larger support on the * part of our people in the Sun­ day evening meeting and allow each church a larger liberty in the exercise of Its special work, it has seemed wise to make this change. But to conserve the co-operative spirit in the churches wq shall have a monthly union service as formerly and at other times when matters of common interest to all are to be considered. —The School of Religious Educa­ tion meets every Monday night in the cliapc-l of this church. —On Wednesday evening at eight o'clock, the first of the entertainments being offered by the Baraca Class will (Continued on Page 4) Wife Ran Away, Then Came Back. Wife ran away Then came back A Galesburg, 111., newspaper of Oc­ tober 24th, contained the following: A . O. B o s s , 42, o f P e n n Y a n , N . Y., an d M r s . L u c y R o s s m a n , 18, o f A t l a n ­ ta, N . Y „ w e r e a r r e s t e d h e r e on M o n ­ d a y a f t e r n o o n b y A c t i n g C h i e f o f P o ­ lic e G o ff an d P a t r o lm a n W i l k i n s , on a c h a r g e o f a d u lte r y , an d bound o v e r to th e N o v e m b e r g r a n d ju r y . T h e p o lic e a c t e d on a d v ic e fro m th e N e w Y o r k p o lice, w h o w a n t B o s s on a c h a r g e o f v i o l a t i n g th e M a n n act. T h e co u p le w e r e a r r e s t e d a t a ro o m ­ in g house in th is c i t y w h e r e th e y had been s t a y i n g a b o u t th r e e w e e k s . B o s s is a l l e g e d to h a v e d e s e r t e d h is w i f e and th r e e ch ild r e n and to h a v e p e r ­ suaded M rs. R o s s m a n to d e s e r t h e r hu s b a n d and th r e e y e a r o ld ch ild and elop e w i t h him . G a lesbu rg* .p o lice re c e iv e d ' a d v ic e s fro m N e w Y o r k on M o n d a y in d ic a t in g th a t th e cou p le had been tra c e d to th is c i t y an d w e r e b e lie v e d to be h e r e in som e ro o m in g house. In v e s t i g a t i o n d isclosed th a t th e tw o h a d ta k e n tw o room s fo r lig h t h o u s e ­ k e e p i n g and had been s t a y i n g a t th e ir p r e s e n t a d d r e s s fo r a b o u t th r e e w e e k s . B o s s had o b t a in e d em p lo y m e n t a t th e B u r lin g t o n fr e i g h t house. M rs. R o s s m a n is d e s c r ib e d as a p e t ite m a tron o f e ig h t e e n su m m e r s and tip s th e sca les a t 285 pounds n e t w e ig h t . She is a l l e g e d to h a v e been m a r r ie d a t th e te n d e r a g e o f fo u r t e e n an d n o w h a s a ch ild o f th r e e . She resid e d in th e v i l l a g e o f A t la n t a , N . Y ., a fe w m i l e s fr o m th e B o s s fa r m n e a r P e n n Y a n . T h e m a s s iv e ch a r m s o f th e y o u n g m a t r o n a w o k e som e a n s w e r i n g ch o r d in th e b r e a s t o f th e Y a n k e e fa r m e r an d sh e fin a l l y y i e ld e d to h is im p o r ­ tu n itie s an d fled w i t h him . T h e husband o f th e m is s in g g ia n t e s s a n d th e d e s e r t e d w i f e o f th e en a m o u r ­ ed fa r m e r jo in e d fo r c e s an d p u t th e p o l i c e on th e t r a i l o f th e fu g i t i v e s w i t h th e re s u lt th a t b o t h a r e n o w in th e toils. P o l i c e a r e a w a i t i n g a d v i c e s fro m N e w Y o r k a s to th e d isp o s itio n o f B o s s , b u t it is sa id th a t M r s . R o s s - m a n 's hu s b a n d is w i l l i n g to fo r g i v e h is e r r i n g m a t e an d ta k e h e r b a c k fo r th e s a k e o f th e i r ch ild . T h e w a y m a y n o t bo so ea s y fo r B o s s , h o w e v e r , a s th e p o lic e h e r e w i l l p r o b a b ly push th e a d u lte r y c h a r g e i f th e N e w Y o r k p o ­ lic e do n o t p r o c e e d a g a in s t him u n d e r th e M a n n a c t as In d icated. The parties to the above romance lived in West Italy. They ran away late in September, the wife leaving a note to her husband saying that Boss had compelled her to go away with him. After a while she tired of her new lord and master and wrote to her husband saying she would like to re­ turn home. In the letter she said she had been drugged when she ran away. The husband consulted an attorney, who wrote to the chief of police at Galesburg, inclosing a letter from the Penn Yan chief, asking that the couple be placed under arrest. Money for the railroad fare of the woman back home was sent with the letter,and the Gales­ burg chief lost no time in locating the pair. He wrote that he was “shipping” the woman back, but what would ne do wth the man? She arrived at At­ lanta, N. Y. last week on the Lacka­ wanna* railroad, and was met by her husband, and taken to his home. poration. Elizabeth C. Taylor against Maxi- millian R. Knitel. George W. Taylor against Maxi- nyllian R. Knitel. Romie C. Stacker against Fred Taylor, independent and as admin­ istrator of the estate of George W. Taylpr. Sam Busch against Sarah Pullen and Arthur Pullen. James O. Sebring against Char­ lotte Shattuck et al. Fred Crosby against Walter C. Mor­ ris and Lawrence Crane. Madeline E. Hayes, an infant bv Van R. Edington, her guardian, ad litem, against Frank C. Hayes. The Jurors for November Term. GRAND JURORS. Andrew Jensen l ............ Barrington Arthur Yost ............................. Milo Richard L. Cowan .......... Jerusalem Vernon M. Fox ...................... Italy Elzer B. Green ............... Middlesex W. G. Alexander .............. Jerusalem Samuel J. Barnes .............. Jerusalem •Lewis Cheney ......................... Milo Arthur Lafler ................... Middlesex John Hatcher .................... Starkey Nelson Gelder ...................... Torrey David DeLong ............... Barrington H. D. Geer .............................. Italy Martin Flynn ................. Torrey Andrew Nissen ......................... Milo W. Button ........................ Middelsex W. Bailey ...................... Barrington Albert Oswald ............. Potter John Sisson ................ Milo W. Athawes........................Jerusalem James C. Goodspeed .................... Milo H. D. Phelps ......................... Potter Edward Hurrin .................... Benton Oscar Coombs . ................ Middlesex TRIAL JURORS. Frank Cheney ......................... Milo We regret to announce that Mr. W . free of charge. Only asked.for author- P. Gaylord, of the insurance firm of ^7 t0 act* Gaylord & Williams, is lying ex-1 Llm PiNb. tremely ill at his residence in this village. | The transportation by express of fruit shipments may be different from The Canandaigua Repository says 1 that of merchandise in general. It that Mr. Cyrus Ackley, of that vil­ lage, by occupation a -paper hanger, has, by the death of an uncle in Michigan, fallen heir to a fortune of $110,000. Jones & Lown have just received a complete stock of dry goods which has been carefully selected with ref­ erence to the rates. J. Maggs in the Arcade is agent for the Weed sewing machine, named the “Family Favorite.” A reception to Rev. Mr. Leet and family, will be held at the M. E. church in this village on Friday even­ ing of this week. Miss Ellis will pre­ side at the organ. Sportsmen will bear in mind that squirrels and rabbits may be hunted until December 20th, and woodcock until November 15th. Pike can be fished for until Feb. 1st. The fine for hunting on Sunday is from $5 to $25. The Rochester papers of Monday last announce the recent death of a little son of Lewis Sunderlin, former­ ly a partner of L. O. Dunning, Esq., of this village, but now of the firm of Sunderlin & McAUaster, of Rochester. Many of our leading citizens, accom­ panied by the Penn Yan Cornet Band Frank Gilbert .................... Starkey j went to Watkins on Wednesday to H. C. Smith ...................... . Starkey [hear Hon. Benj. F. Butler. Charles N. Kelly ...................... Milo Frank Lafler ....................... Potter Charles Herrick ...................... Italy Albert Knapton ....................... Milo Wm. Murray ....................... Benton George Tuthill ............... Jerusalem T. L. Graham ........................... Potter Harry Carpenter ................. Starkey Jens Anderson ............... Jerusalem W. Church ................................ Italy John Smith ....................... Starkey Harry Stryker ................. Jerusalem Work has been suspended on the Geneva & Southwestern R. R. in consequence of the horse disease. About four miles x>i grading have been completed, and when the sus­ pension took place the workmen were within 2 1-2 miles of Rushville. On Wednesday of last week an of­ ficial notice was received at the sever­ al stations on the Central R. R. that Merton Owen ........................... Milo ■ the village of Alden, Town Line, and Melvin Manning ............ . ........ Italy! Lancaster, located on the direct road Earl Hatch ............................ Italy! between Buffalo and Batavia had been Robert Comstock ............ Jerusalem I changed in names respectfully to Crit-1 first Sunday in November, the union probably is, for obvious reasons. Wo have had business relations with ex­ press companies for considerably more than 50 years, and have never lost anything, or had anything mater­ ially damaged in the transit, that we have any remem­ brance of. But during the World War and since the service has been considerably less satisfactory than it was prior thereto, and we have been frequently greatly aggravated by de­ lays which seemed to us to be inex­ cusable. For instance express packag­ es shipped from Albany to Penn Yan have been twx> or three days en route, while, before the war ship­ ments of an evening generally reach­ ed Penn Yan the next morning. And we have thought that employes have not been as courteous and obliging as they formerly were, but this may be somewhat imaginary.—Editor. To the Official Boards of the Protest­ ant Churches of Penn Yan, N. Y. Inasmuch as the Sunday evening union services of our churches do not seem to be as effective as they ought to be in reaching the people whom we hoped to reach by this combined effort; but rather seem to lessen the personal responsibility of many of our people toward sustaining the evening service when not in their own church; and inasmuch as it is believed that each church maintaining its own even­ ing service would by its own special program make for a larger attend­ ance and therefore a larger oppor­ tunity, the Advisory Board of the Baptist church would therefore re­ spectfully and fraternally petition the official boards of the four co-operating churches in our evening services for a discontinuance of these services, al­ lowing each church to have its own service as formerly. But in order to preserve the fine and fraternal spirit that has existed among the churches in these ser­ vices we would suggest their con­ tinuance as follows: Beginning the Jasper Manning ................... Benton James Grady (merchant) ....... Milo C. M. Hunger ........................... Milo Isaac Lovejoy ...................... Benton Edward T. L e e ........................ Benton Ernest Lane . ......................... Potter Julius Larsen ...................... Benton Edwin C. Nutt ...................... Torrey W. Bassett .............................. Italy Avery Morehouse ............ Jerusalem Lewis Green ................... Starkey James Sanderson ............ Jerusalem Manning F. Hunt ................... Milo George Tompkins ................... Milo Arthur J. Newcomb . . . . . . . . Benton Howard Mddlebrook . . . . . . Middlesex Charles LaDue ............... Middlesex Fire Bugs in Yates. Jerusalem is evidently inflicted with a demon in human shape who fires buildings. This has been plain­ ly manifest in several instances with­ in the last two years. Two more in­ stances have recently been added to the number of suspicious cases clear­ ly pointing that way. At the recent tenden, Looneyville, and Grimesville. | evening service be held once a month, rotating among the four cooperating The president of the Erie railroad churches. This monthly evening ser- says that the gauge of the road will vice, observed for many years in be changed from six feet to four feet Penn Yan, would preserve the cordial nine. It will require five years to relationship among the churches, and, complete the road and the cost will at the same time, allow each church be from twenty to twenty-five millions fuller liberty in the exercise of its of dollars. own program. Respectfully submitted by the Ad- Horace F. Mills, of Jerusalem, had visory Board of the First Baptist a runaway on Wednesday morning, church of Penn Yan and unanimously His team ran out of Main street adopted by said Board, October 22, through Jacob street, and were stop- 1922. ped by r u n n in g against a maple tree The above plan was unanimously at the corner of Bonham street. Mr. adopted by the Official Board of the Mills was knocked down by the First Methodist church of Penn Yan, wagon, but not badly hurt October 25, 1922. There are now about 200 students in Penn Yan Academy, about one- half of whom are in the academical department. Dickens Club Reorganized. The Dickens Club met on Monday evening of last week, at the home of e ^ ^ . Mrs. George Simmons. The following S- H. Chapman says of the weather| officers were elected: President, Mrs. M. W. House; first vice-president, of October: In October we had 16 days that it ^ rg prank McNiff; second vice-presi- ... _ _____ _ ,™v. . .................. rained more or less. 52 inches of dent, Mrs. Minnie Hazard; third vice- burning of Patrick Carlin's barn, on water feil* The flfst fr(?8t to klu Yjnes president, Mrs. E. Crosby; secretary, the Lake road, in the east part of was the 9th- Since then we have Mrs Bi p. Johnson; treasurer, Miss Jerusalem, a car was seen to be driv- bad 7 frosts that froze the ground MaU(l Denniston; program commit- en hurriedly from the scene and to ail<* formed ice on still water. There Mrs. A. Jensen and Miss E. speed on toward Branchport. When ’ was a very little snow the morning Deighton; refreshment committee, Michael McGrath's house, east of °f tbo 11th. We have had soven clear m . Tinklepaugh, Mrs. P. Sim- Branchport, was discovered to be on days, 12 clear mornings, and 14 clear IUOnds and Miss Laura Ketcham. The evenings. Average temperature, 48.20 i)ook chosen for the winter’s read- fire, a man was seen to drive hastily away from there. In each case the one who fled was not identified. These mysterious movements are degrees; last year, 53.69 degrees. ing is “Our Mutual Friend.” Quota­ tions in response to roll call and cur- SAMPSON THEATRE FRIDAY EVENING The Show You^Have All Been W a iting For The Vanderbilt. Producing Com p a n y ’ s Sm a rt M u s ical Comedy Boilovell & f iso C p . CE l U L A S at W. Q UACKENBUSH Lown Dry floods Co. Conceded by more than ten m illion people the Best Musical Play Ever W ritten With DALE W INTER as “ IRENE” Assisted by a Company o f Players Identified with this World Famous Success fo r the Past T h ree Years COMPANY'S OWN ORCHESTRA AUGMENTED BY THEATRE ORCHESTRA PRICES $1.50, $2.00. Seats on Sale Wednesday. MAIL ORDERS Thanksgiving Helps. Dinner Sets and Open Stock Patterns. Beautiful Line of Goblets, Sherbets, Celery and Jell Dishes, Vases, Roasters, Dripping Pans, Steamers, Kettles, Pudding and Jelly Molds, Pie Tins, Cake Tins, Fruit Dishes, Nut Crackers, Carving Sets, _____ ____ __ ___________ ___ The new pastor of the Presbyterian I rent 6Veilt3 will be continued as usu­ alarming, as they confirm the suspic-, church, Mr. Laurie, evinces his Scot-1 aj ions of a fire-bug doing these and tiab nativity quite as much by his j i ie meeting on Monday, November other terrible destructions in this' blunt, practical and Scriptural preach-1 wm at the home of Mrs. region. The County House building, Un5s» 68 by his accent. The Scotch are E Crosby, on Liberty street, destroyed a few weeks ago, was an- \ The home of the hostess, Mrs. Sim- and shed burned on the Ingraham Z w i e Possesses these Hallowe'en novelties, and place cards owner6 * * * . Mrs. E. Bridgnw, of RocK- X S V V H t tn 'lH iC , tu 01 ^ c ^ * ^ ^ fiend most dangerous tc. the commun-; MondB evoning last. Mr. Parks has' ity. Are they Anarchists. Hammond- beeu suffering for some time past with a painful sciatica. On Monday eT ,hLV'tL6,„ I Rupert Hughes’ wonderful drama a jug filled with hot water at his feet, or ,i( lived in many American the cork flew out, n c» n/ e” e of homes and portrayeii by a great cast. Notice is hereby given that the was covered with the scSkh inciudlng Claude Glllingwate,r, Kate Board of Supervisors of Yates county y as eutireIy covered with the scald Patsy Ruth Miller, Cullen will meet in regular session in the }nf,.watf1r a*ld steAP ’ completely par- LaI1(^af Richard Tucker, and many Supervisors’ room, in the village of boiling the flesh. Dr . Tompkins was| oljiers. Shown at The Sampson Mon­ day, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 13, 14, and 15. sport Herald. Board of Supervisors— Regular Ses­ sion. If You Liked “The Old Nest” You’M» Love “ Remembrance.” Ponn Yan, on Monday, November 13, called to attend the case. 1922. All persons having claims -------- against said county are hereby notl- in the gun shop of Gilbert & Bales, fled that they must deposit the same, 0D Main street, of this village, is a collection of mounted birds (all na- to law, with the Clerk of the Board, *iVA6v n# Ynrk tim wo on or before the 20th day of Novem- Uvea or New *orK ktatej me vo ork of School Tax Notice. Having received the tax warrant hor 1022 All cniintv officers whose Mr. John Gilbert, taxidermist The va- for collection of taxes for the Union duties19i t V t o make'an annuai ro^ r t riety and beauty of the specimens, | c ^ l District No. 1, I will attend to said Board are required by law to from the stately heron to the beauti- P e ^ vlm 1 n By J,n ^ b do so on or before November 5th. ful humming bird is a delight to the oC ' ’♦ from Oct. 25, 1922, for the collection vim iutwo j*. * ■ eye uuu exniims great stun anu I Af Ro],] i nAr nAnf Dated Penn Yan, N. Y., October^ ta9te m the manner in which he has CHARLES H. SISSON, so faithfully preserved the form and color of so many of the feathered Don’t fail to see William Farnum and befurred little creatures. 1922. in his new Fox special, “ MOONSHINE -------- VALLEY,” at the Elmwood Theatre, The Board of Supervisors which on Saturday, November 11th. will meet in this village on Monday — next is composed of the following members: Isaac Crosby, Barrington; Samuel B. Gage, Beaiton; Chas. W. Taylor, Jerusalem; Joel M. Clark, Holloiell & t o Go. LUDENS MENTHOL COUGH DROPS ♦ % ' • fo r nose a n d th r o a t Give Quick Relief Collector. Penn Yan, Oct. 16, 1922. A whole town is destroyed by an earthquake in “MOONSHINE VAL­ LEY.” Shown at the Elmwood on Sat­ urday, Armistice Day. Ask your grocer tor Levi Smith High Grade Kerosene. If he don’t car- Italy; Nehemiah Foster, Middlesex; | W it we have it at wholesale. Guajv Geo. D. Stewart, Milo; John S o u t h e r i best for tractor and household land, Potter; Clark Smith, Starkey; James M. Clark, Torrey. Charles W. Taylor is chairman of the board, and Lewis B. Graham, Clerk. 1 (Only two of the above members are now living—Clark Smith, of Starkey, and Isaac Crosby, of Penn Yan.—Ed.) (Continued on Page 4) purposes. John A. Fiero’s, street Benh&i Patijmize our advertisers. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A S T DRI A r . r

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