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®J)cJDcnn l^mt ifiTpvcss W E D N E S D A Y , J U L Y 18, 1923 I • * . \ T H E W R O N G P IC T U R E 1 LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE l a k e m o n t — A t the hom e o f M is. S. L. W a r d - tier, oi 1 lain field, N e w Jersey, on the a ftern o o n o f Ju ly 3rd, R a c h e l, the dau g h ter o f Mrs. W a r d n e r , was mar- lt seem s ridicu lou s to hear p o li-| l i e . * ° W . Caris, o f S tark e y ticia n s and lab o r agitators g e t up I lim lce Cnilp^fl Ch *\*' S 11,!5' ot L>c' and tear th e air, expou n d in g on th e was the o f f i c i a t i n g clergym a n . Prof, fig h t betw e e n labor and capital. T o I and Mrs. C a ris w i l l m a k e th e ir hom e hear th e ir speeches and pu b lic u t -1 ' n Lakem o n t. terances, an u n in form e d person .lnT . *e r ' a>' se« son ,is » t its height. , , , , . 1 . . la n d th e farm e r s are busy cutting- and w o u ld h a v e a vision o f the w e a lth y m en in this nation h id in g breastw o rks o f m o n e y bags and fig h t ­ in g off sta r v in g m illion s w h o are try ­ in g to scale this w a ll o f gold. In the next breath, w e read in our d a ily papers that a rich em p loyer in N o v e lty Booth-—M iss H a r r iet E m e r- ■ son, Mrs. D o ris Platm a n . I Candy— Miss E m ily Em erson, Mrs. * Clyde Gelder. i Fan c y W o r k — Mrs. R o y K inner, M rs . ' John Tom ion, Jessie M c F a rren, Mrs. Win. Coleman. A p ron— Mrs. E ll Stelzel, Miss Nettle Gelder, Mrs. A rthu r Emerson. Table Arrangem e n t, W a iters and etc. — Mrs. H a r r y N e a lly, Mrs. James Reed. M a rking— Mrs. Samuel K inney, Mrs. A s h ley Long. D e c o rating B o o tlia^ M iss H a r r iet ttin g and ! Swarthout, Miss Louise Turner, w ith INSURANCE wealthy I c u r in g th e hay and g e t t i n g it under , pow e r to choose necessary help, beh in d | c o v e r . T h e w h e a t h a r v e s t w i l l f o b ! B u ilding Booths— H a r r y N e a lly, low , and as a ru le th e w h e a t is in ex c e llen t con d ition . — S e v e r a l fa m ilies o f the v i l l a g e are occu p y in g cottages at Seneca Lake. James Reed. B EN T O N C E N T E R , — The fo llo w in g services w ill be i held in the Baptist church next Sun- -A lr. M. F. P r a t t and fa m ily, o f N e w Y o r k has turned over his cloth - \ e i e at the S e m in a r y . - , A on W e d n e s d a y to a r r a n g e fo r the en- in g business to a few em p loyes. A u - trance o f tw o y o u n g ladies in the tom a t ica lly these em p loyes must be-1 school. M r. P r a t t was a teach e r in com e the hated capitalists and t a k e l **16 in s t it u t io n in 1901. th e ir places beh in d the b a r r iers o f 1>eV r e l u T < ‘ / rum , . . T . , , I I en n s y lva m a Th u r s d a y , and le f t on gold, w h ich in turn th e w o r k m e n S a tu r d a y a ftern o o n to preach Sun- they h ire w i l l strive to tear down. | d a y at M a chias. Is not this the w r o n g p ictu r e to flash con s tan tly before., th e eyes o f I . , 1T ^ , m illions. Is not a cap italist any in-1 ester, spent a p o r t ion o f last w e e k dividu a l w h o has saved fifty or a hundred dollars and through w ise investm e n t, eith e r in a peanut w a g ­ on, a bootblack stand dr an industrial o r govern m e n t bond, caused that m o n e y to earn m o re dollars? w ith his nephew , M r. G e o r g e Ren- wick. — M r. and Mrs. A r t h u r D ick e r m a n have adopted a little baby g i r l , nam ­ ed June M a r g a r e t. — T h e E m b r o id e r y C irc le m e t w ith Mrs. B e lle Carson on W e d n e s d a y a f ­ ternoon. A la r g e num b e r was pres- Is the m an w lto saves one hundred . , . , . , . , .. le n t , in c lu d in g tw o visitors, dollars, w h ich he puts in a p u b lic _ M r and £Irs> p. J. P o t t e r visited u t ility or a saw m ill property, w h e re, | frien d s in G u y a n o g a on Sunday. — L i t t l e Iren e W e l l e r has been o f others 'lik e him s e lf, it em p loys | <lu it 5 , i l l d u r in g th e past week. — R o b e r t C a r r w a s hom e from thousands o f people at good wages, a bad citizen? Y e t , he is a capital- R o c h e s ter fo r o v e r Sunday. — R o y a l K in n e r had his tonsils re- ist, just as tru ly as the m a n w h o in-1 m o v e d at th e G e n e v a C i t y H o s p ital vests a hundred thousand or a m il-1 on S a tu r d a y m o r n in g . lion dollars. W h e n there is rem o v e d the in c e n ­ tive for the m an w ith one hundred dollars to increase th a t am o u n t to — L i t t l e M a r g a r e t S u lliva n , o f N e w Y o r k C ity , a .fresh a ir ch ild , is spend­ in g tw o w e e k s w ith Mrs. C a r r ie F e a g - les. — Mrs. Sarah M a rks has been spend- , , , .in g several days w ith frien d s in G o r- one thousand and then to ten thou -1 3 sand dollars, and so on, th e r e is also I — Mrs. A lm e d a D ix o n retu r n e d rem o v e d the chance o f rew a r d that hom e F r id a y even in g a f t e r spfinding Baked goods o£ various kinds is the stake fo r w h ich the a v e r a g e | ^ [ a\ ^ n \v e ^ n o n . S . * \ ’ ^ I wU. be on sale. Miss N e l l i e Sm ith, fro m Scotts- d a y : Preaching by the Rev. Thom a s J. H unter at 10:30 a. m. Subject, \T h e Tim id E n c o u r a g e d \; preceded by a serm o n ette fo r boys and girls. B ible School w ill meet at 11:45 a. m. C h rist­ ian E n d e a v o r m e e ting at 6:45 p. m. Leader, Mrs. K a r l M a llory. Topic, \W h a t in Present-day Social L ife W o u ld C h rist A p p r o v e ? W h a t Dlsap- i p r o v e ? \ Union preaching service at 7:30 p. m. Subject, \T h e Value o f Tru e R iches.” — A t the M ethodist Episcpoal church next Sunday, the R e v . C. L. Saunders w ill preach at 10:30 3 . m. B ible School w ill m eet at 11:45 a. m. and at 6:45 p .in. the E p w o r th League 1 w ill hold its regu lar m eeting. The congregation w ill join w ith the Bap­ tists in their preaching service at 7:30 p. m. —A t the union service in the M e tho­ dist E p iscopal church last Sunday evening, the Rev. G ,H, O rvis, pastor o f the M e m o rial Presbyterian church at Bellona, preached an excellen t serm on to men, on the subject \W h y M en Should Support the Church\. H e gave several reasons w h y m en should ra lly round the church in its efforts to help the com m u n ity. D u r in g the service, Mrs. L. M. N ich o ls and daugh­ ter M iss A r len e , sang a duet, en titl­ ed, “ I am ready, are you?” T h e r e was a good attendance. — The W o m e n ’s F o r e ign M issionary Society o f the M e thodist E p iscopal church w ill hold a food sale at C o r ­ coran Fu rnitu r e store, in Penn Yan on Saturday afternoon, beginning at 1 * P ERMANENT types o f con­ struction naturally reduce insurance rates* But their real value is in the insurance they themselves give—insurance not only against fire, but against deterioration, upkeep and re­ placement expense. Your building material dealer’s experience is an insurance policy that costs you no premiums, but instead saves them. Follow his advice as to types o f building a building materials. icy II ■ < r - ill! P O R T L A N D C E M E N T The Standard by which all other makes are measured CHliKCtl NOTES. ablebodied A m e r ican strives. Th e m a jo r it y o f capitalists tod a y j v i l l e , was a w e e k -en d gu e s t o f Miss started as hand w o rkers, and yet, M a g g ie H a ll. — The m any friends o f Mrs. P e r r y W . W r igh t are glad to see her out again, a fter her lon g illness, and hope B A P T I S T . — N e x t Sunday a t the regu la r m o r n ­ in g hour o f w o rship the pastor w ill com p lete his series o f serm o n s o f “ W h a t I B e lieve\. T h e special them e w ill be \W h a t I B e lieve A b o u t Jesus Christ.” A cord ial w e lcom e to all. Plan to hear this last m e s s a g e in the series. — Sunday School at 12 o ’clock. L e t us keep up the good attendance. — Th e C h ristian E n d e a v o r Society w ill have a union m e e ting o f a ll the Young P e o p le’s Societies n e x t Sunday afternoon at 5 jB’clock. T h e top ic w ill be \W h a t in the P r e s e n t D a y Social L ife W o u ld C h rist M o s t A p p r o v e and D isapprove?” T h e r e w i l l be special accordin g to the ra d ica l p o liticia n s Mrs. Th o m a s B. W ils o n has been her strength w ill soon be restored to music. A l l are invited. j , , . . A __ - sp e n d in g several days w ith frien d s in and labor agitators, the sa lva tion o f ,^haca 6 * the cou n try lies in d e n y in g oth e r s — R e v . and Mrs. J. D . A x t e l l and the chance w h ich these m e n had to fa m ily w e r e ca lled to th e ir fo r m e r ben e fit them s e lves and, in c id e n t a lly, hom e in N e w a r k , N. J., d u r in g the . 1 „ i past w e e k to a tten d M r. A x t e l l s fath - h u m a n ity in gen e r a l th r o u g h th e fu n e r a I norm a lcy. Th e union vesp e r service post- — Mrs. G. S. G a g e m et w ith a severe poned from last Sunday n igh t w i l l be accident one day last w e e k when she held on the Court H o u s e law n at 6 was pickin g cherries. The ladder, upon o ’clock. M r. Im b r ie w i l l b r in g the w h ich she w a s standing sw e rved, and m essage. she was throw n to the ground sus- — T h e B a r a c a C lass w i l l hold th e ir tain in g a dislocation o f the hip and ou ting and picnic a t the T o u r ist Cam p re a lty $1000, person a l $400. m o d e rn conveniences th e y h a v e g i v - Mrs. C h a r les S. W ils o n and tw o oth e r injuries. A s she was fa llin g she as near 7 o ’clo c k as possible. T h o s e en to the hum b lest A m e r ica n citizen . | c h ild r e n , M a r g a r e t and T h o m a s M i l ­ ler, spent last w e e k in Ith a c a . M r. who w a n t conveyance m e e t at the B o r d w e ll’s corn e r and those w h o Y A T E S C O U N T Y A P P L E S T h e apple packin g season w i l l soon C. S. W ils o n m o tored to Ith a c a on S a tu r d a y , re t u r n in g w ith his fa m ily on Sunday. — T h e H a ll base b a ll n in e crossed be here. W i t h its com ing, the ques-1 bats w ith th e S t a n ley n in e on the- tion com es up as to w h e th e r th e S t a n ley d iam o n d S a tu r d a y a ftern o o n ^ . 1 . • .. . I r e s u ltin g in a v i c t o r y fo r th e H a ll Y a tes C o u n ty packers do ju s t.ee to t sc*o r e 23 to 2. « ..... * . . . _ , • i _ l caught hold o f a branch, but it broke. W hen she fe l l som e o f the oth e r p ick ­ ers ran to her assistance, carried her | h a ve cars w ith ex t r a roo into the house and im m e d iately sum­ m oned a doctor. A f t e r exam ining her, he advised goin g to the hospital w h e re she rem a ined fo r several days. She is now at her hom e and under th e care John B S c h w e ick h a r d , P o t t e r , re a l­ ty $ 6000 , person a l $1500. F r a n k M. V a n G o r d e n , B a r r in g to n , go and tak e re a lty $7000, p e r s o n a l $8000. as m a n y m en as possible. L e t e v e r y E d w a r d S. Stark, P e n n Y a n , re a lty B a raca man be on hand. | $5000, pet s o n a l $3000. — C h o ir reh e a rsal a t th e church on* M a r y E. Eastm a n , Penn Y a n , rea l- F r id a y night. j t y $10,000, person a l $500. — P r a y e r m e e tin g o f the church on ! B e r n a r d W . G o m m e n g in g e r , Pen n o f a nurse and the doctor. I t w i l l j Thursday evening. the m a g n ificien t fru it, fo r w h ich D r. C h a r les C o m p ton, fro m G o r - this section is noted. F o r flavor, th e ham, is sp e n d in g som e tim e w ith h is' fortably. probably be several w e e k s before she can get up, but she is restin g com - Yates county apples are unsurpassed, yet, in the c ity m a rkets, the taste- neice, Mrs. J. A . W h y t e , and c a llin g on o ld frien d s h e r e in th is v illa g e . T h e re g u la r m o n t h ly m e e t in g o f M rs. B e lle Sm ith, o f Pen n Yan, — D u r in g the p a s tor’s vacation , the fo llo w in g m en w i l l su p p ly the pulpit. Aug. 5, R e v . E ilis G ilbert, p a s tor o f th e F irs t B a p tist church o f D a n b u ry, less W e s t e r n varieties, packed w ith H a ll G r a n g e , N o . 1230, P. o f H., m e t the object o f a t t r a c t in g the eye, sell I S a tu r d a y e v e n in g in the A s s o c iation fo r three tim es m o re than those from H a ll. A f t e r the regu la r business it_ . . . , m e e t in g th e lectu r e r s hour was m the local orchards. ^ I ch a r g e o f Mrs. Sew a rd Transue, and W h y should such a con d ition ex- t h e p r o g r a m consisted o f a q u a r t e t t e ist? Cases have com e to our n o t ice by the fo ll o w i n g people, Mrs. E. L. o f N e w Y o r k State people w h o h a v e B ristol, Mrs. R o s c o e C a y w a rd, M r. i -. tv . . . H a r r y O n d e rdonk, and M r. M a r v in m o v e d to W e s tern States, h a v in g | F o s t >r T h e i r e l e c t i o n , \T h e H a r- Y a tes C o u n ty apples shipped to them , at a v e r y grea t expense, fo r th e reas- is carin g fo r M rs. E d w a rd G u thrie, C o n n .; A u g . 12, R e v . F . N. D a r lin g , who is confined to h e r bed, o w in g a pastor o f the C o n k lin A v e . B a p tist a blood clot form in g on one o f h e r church, B ingham ton, N. Y . lim b s. M rs. G u thrie w a s ju s t .recov­ erin g from an illn e s s o f several weeks when this trou b le came. — T h e r e w i l l be a ip e e t in g o f th e W o m a n ’s M ission a r y S o c ieties o f a ll the church w ith the W . C. T . U. at th e •Miss Ruth Schroeder is v is itin g hom e o f M rs. D. C. A y r e s , on F r id a y her uncle and aunt, M r. and M rs. Chris Jorgensen, fo r several days. aftern o o n at 3 o’clock, out o f doors. B r ie f talks from rep r e s e n tatives o f Donald Tru e s d e ll, the young son each o f the societies. vesters,” was encored. \F a r m in g in E u r o p e \ was th e top ic o f a v e r y in- on that the W e s tern fru it is so taste- terestin g address b y M r. D a v id F u l- , ,i,- • .u £ n lerton, w h o has spent several m o n ths less and lackin g m the fin e Aa v o r tra v e lin g in Europe. H e spoke b r ief- w h ich characterizes that gro w n here, h y 0f t ]ie a g r ic u ltu r a l con d ition s in Is it the lack o f organ ization , or is G e r m a n y and Ita ly, bu t fou n d the it m e r e ly lack o f ap p r e c iation on th e m o st in t e r e s t in g a g r icu ltu r a l fields in part o f the grow e r s as to the rea l H o w a r d T u r n b u ll was rendered. T h e va lu e o f the fru it w h ich th e y grow ? pr0gra m was conclu d e d b y gam e s in I t seems to the man on the fen c e that ch a r g e o f M rs. J. A . W h y t e and Miss if the proper p a c k in g w e r e used, Jennie Robson. T h e n e x t regu la r ., .. , .. m e e t in g w i l l be held July 28th. T h is even if it did cost m o r e than the befe th e flo r a , e x h ib it and P r o f. m ethods now used, the retu rns and w h e t z e l , o f C o r n e ll U n iversity, w i l l the advertisin g gain e d w o u ld m o r e be th e speaker. — Th e Rudm a n class w i l l hold th e ir picnic at the hom e o f M rs. F r e d H o l- low e ll, on F r id a y aftern o o n o f this w e e k at 3 p. m. P ic n ic supper. 8 ■ ~ o f Mr. and Mrs. James P. Tru e s d e ll, cut one o f his feet one day as he was playing near one o f the barns, when he stepped on som e hard substance like glass or a nail. H is parents brought him to the doctor who found it necessary to put som e stitches in his foot. — M iss Sarah Entz, o f Orleans, was the guest of Mrs. L e s lie Corbin fam ily fo r several days last week. — Miss Thursday to visit som e o f h e r college friends in B u ffalo for tw o weeks. — Mrs. M. U. Payne has returned from a tw o w e e k s visit to rela tives in I B r in g dishes and som e th in g good to I person a l $15,000. Y a n , person a l $7000. C h a r les H. A n s ley, R u s h v ille , re a l­ ty $5000, person a l $1600. M a r t in H e y , P o t t e r . M a r y W ils o n , S tark e y , re a l t y $5000, person a l $5000. Sarah B e a u m o n t, P e n n Y a n , re a lty $5000. P e t e r Sim m o n s , M ilo , re a l t y $2000, person a l $ 1100 . Ju lia E. C o n k lin , P e n n Y a n , re a lty $2U00, person a l $2062.15. B. F. G a r d n e r , Ita ly , re a lty $1000, person a l $500. M a r th a R e y n o ld s , P e n n Y a n , p e r ­ sonal $ 1000 . M. M ilto n R o s e , P e n n Y a n , re a lty $7500, p e r s o n a l $5550. E liz b e th F lo r e n c e , S tark e y , re a lty $800, person a l $4100. M ich a e l R o c h e , P e n n Y a n , p e r s o n ­ al $8500. M a t y T. A n d e r s o n , B e n ton, re a lty M E T H O D IS T . — T h e usual service n e x t Sunday m o rning, w ith p r e a c h in g by the pas-| $ 3 ooo, V e s o n a f i z O O O . tor. U n ion vesp e r service at 6 o c l o c k 1 and | o n the C o u rt H o u s e law n . — P r a y e r m e e tin g on T h u r s d a y eve- F lo r in e McAlpine^ le f t last | n ing. E v e r y o n e is w e lcom e . — :The Queen E s th e r C ircle w i l l hold A a r o n lla n k in s o n , Jerusalem , re a l­ ty $2500, pei sonal $2000. Susan W h ite , Jerusalem , person a l $1500. D o r o t h y M c L o n d , D u n d e e , person a l a picnic at the cottage o f M rs. F r a n k l $ 1300 . Quackenbush, on F r id a y , Ju ly 20.1 M a r y Enos H u m p h r e y , Skaneateles, Ovid. — F ive g irls and fou r boys, mem- than recom p ense those w h o trie d it. W h y is it not possible, d u r in g th e 111 on a ’ t ________ late w in ter months, w h e n the th o u g h t S T A N L E Y o f the fine flavor o f an apple m a k es _ T l i e H o m e Bureau p icn ic fo r the the m outh w a ter, fo r the bu y e r s to S tan ley u n it w i l l be held at the hom e see Y a tes County apples, packed in o f Mrs. R . C. R a c k h a m on Thursday, a t t r a c t ive boxes, shined to th e nth £ll!y !9th. _ Y o u are requ e s ted to b r in g sandw iches and one oth e r ar- degree, and sellin g fo r fro m 5c to tjc le o f f 0 O(j. A ls o you r ow n dishes. 25c each, displayed in the c ity stores? T h e r e w i l l be ice cream fo r sale. W e w o u ld lik e to see W e s t e r n pa- — M r. and Mrs. J. E. S c h r iv e r are pers and m a g a zines ca r r y advertise- en jo y in g a ten-day va c a t io n w ith rel- * - ® . . . . atives at H a m m o n d , Ind. Mrs. E d w a rd L. B ristol spent Sun- bers o f the E p w o rth Leagu e o f the per at 6:30. eat. H o n o r a r y m e m b e rs are in v ited. W i l l i a m M. D ean, P e n n Y a n , real- T h e fun begins at tw o o ’clock. Sup- ty $4000, person a l $1000. local M e thodist church took part in the O riental Pagean t at the M. E. church at Dresden last Tuesday. B e ­ sides these there w e r e several others who went to w itness the P a g e a n t and reported it as being both in terestin g | favorab le, this w ill and profitable. — H ilb e r t Jensen, who has been spending the past three m o n ths in Geneva and N e w a rk, is back again, and helping his brother, H e n r y , in his farm w o rk. W H Y E D I T O R E D I T S M iss A l i c e G a ffn e y sailed from m e n ts o f Y a tes C o u n ty fru it, such as _^New Y o r k papers carry o f W e s t e r n N e w Y o r k d u r in g th e past w e e k fo r fru its. It w o u ld cost m o re, yes, but a trip abroad, advertisin g pays, as is eviden c e d b y the am o u n t o f space g ive n to ad v e r ­ tisin g in our cu r rent papers and m agazines. M r . and M rs. A r t h u r H a ll are e n t e r t a in in g re la t iv e s fro m N e w Y o r k C ity. — B. J. T r a v e r has m a d e exten s ive changes in his c o o l i n g system at the m a r k e t b y in s t a llin g a n e w cooler. — M iss L u lu K e t t e r e r , o f R o c h e s - IN S U R A N C E G R O W I N G C H E A P E R | ter, is v i s i t i n g her m o th e r , M rs. G. K e t t e r e r . N o t lon g ago the U n ited States I — M e m b e r o f St. T h e r e s a s C a th o lic tx t T v 0 * , I C h u rch w i l l h o ld th e ir annual field Bureau o f Lab o r Statist,cs rep o r ted day Qn th e ch u r c h grou n d s A u g u s t that electricity was th e o n ly la r g e I item in the cost o f liv in g w h ich had I — M r. and M rs. Carson, o f R o c h e s - shown any reduction in cost to th e I te r * sPe f it Su n d a y w ith M r. and Mrs. consumer since 1917. I John Coon. W h e th e r or not this indicates a are g r e a t ly ham p e red ow in g to the shortage o f help. Som e o f them are leavin g the crop uncut, fin d in g it im ­ possible to get help. — R o b e rt J. P e c k w a s the w e e k -end guest o f his sister, in Geneva. — Mr. and M rs. A r t h u r T . R o o d and son, Stanley and H e n r y , o f Canandai­ gua, form e r residents o f this place, w e r e over-Sunday guests o f M rs. — T h e r e w i l l be a m e e tin g o f the M ission a r y S o c ieties o f a ll th e church- est w ith the W C. T . U. at the hom e , . im p o s s ib le fo r an e d ito r to o f M rs. D. C. A y r e s on F r id a y a fte r - 1 , . , . . . noon at 3 o ’clock. I f th e w e a th e r is w r l t e e v e r y t h i n g th a t appears in his be an ou tdoor paper. E v e r y g o o d e d ito r kn o w s this m e e tin g w ith b r ie f ta lk s fro m each and he does not try to d o it a ll: In ­ organ ization . A l l w h o a r e in terested te l l i g e n t su p e r v ision is w o r t h m o r e are in v ited. and leads to g r e a t e r p r o d u c t io n at P R E S B Y T E R I A N I m u c ^ *ess exp e n s e w h e n th e head o f M r. Im b r ie w i l l preach Sunday,! th e house d e v o t e s a la r g e share o f his tim e to su p e r in t e n d in g th e w o r k Th e farm e rs are busy h a y in g and j ujy 22d. S e r v ice begins at 10:30 a. Serm o n th e m e : \T h e L o w e s t F o r m o f Qf others, w h o , i f th e y d id n o t re- F a ith .\ C h ildren ’ s serm o n , \T h e Man W hose L ip s W e r e B u rned.” S p e c ial music. — T h e V e s p e r service w i l l be held on q u ire a m e a s u r e o f su p e r v ision , w o u ld b e at th e head o f th e business. T h e best e d ito r in th e w o r ld w o u ld the C o u rt H o u s e la w n at six. M r. Im-1 b e a fa i l u r e i f he w e r e co m p e lled to b r ie w i l l speak. w r i t e o n ly those th in g s w h ich had * 0 ll S *° 1 ' m i ^ e8Sen ^ T m a v l c o m e Ufider his person a l ob s e r v a t ion , g irls o f the Ju n ior M ission Band m a y ] . . . y be obtained at th e m a n se. I N e w s p a p e r w r i t i n g is a profession , M e m b e rs o f th e M ission a r y So-1 as m uch as m e d icin e , la w o r m u sic. Rood’s parents, the R e v . and M rs. J. E. W hitaker. I cieties are in v ited to a ga t h e r in g a t l M a n y h ig h - g r a d e business m e n w h o E d g a r S. Payne, o f R iversid e C a l- the hom e o t M rs. D. C. A y r e s , on F r i - ran d l> (a t p „ W f e r w h irh he ifornia, is the guest o f M rs. M. U .i afternoon . J u ly 29th, at 3 o ’clo c k .! . \ 1 .. . ’ K1 . Payne, and oth e r rela t ives fo r severa l ^ _ I used as a m o d e l fa i l la m e n t a b ly w h e n recognition o f the truth that th e M I D D L E S E X weeks. — D a n iel T e a r s spent Saturday in Stanley on business. -------- » S E C O N D M I L O M r. and Mrs. John Hand, o f Sy- H o t W e a t h e r D r in k s In a d d itio n to th e tw o o ld stand- \ta k i n g th e ir pen in h a n d ' to w r ite fo r p u b lica t io n . M a n y persons h a v e fe l t in ju r e d af- bys— oran g e a d e and lem o n a d e — w e l t e r th e y had su b m itted an a r t ic le to publish som e hot w e a t h e r drinks •The H o m e Bureau P ic n ic at Mrs. | racuse, have been spen d in g a w e e k ] w h ich w i l l g o fa r tow a r d r e l i e v i n g o f the individual made clear, or w h e ther it was m e re- Mrs. E u g e n ia H a y e s is \staying expense fo r fire insurance p r o t e c tion C h a ffee’s last T h u r s d a y w a s w e l l at- w ith th e ir cousin, H. M. G ib b s and I thirst, represents on ly a sm a ll percen tage tended. T h o s e w h o atten d e d report-1 fam ily. overhead is n o t | e d a v e r y pleasant tim e . — M iss N e t t i e B e n n e tt and her I fo r a few days at the hom e o f her ^v 1 ^ 11 1A1CiC\ I niece, o f Pen n Y a n , h a v e been-spend- brother, D. S. P u lver, o f Keuka. y s gn t o f the Bureau in over- I j n g th e past w e e k w ith her broth e r, | — Miss Josephine Slocum , o f Phelps, lookin g this bulwark o f m e d e rn so- M r. S c o tt Bennett. R a s p b e r r y V in e g a r the e d ito r to find som e o f it recast, som e o f it ch a n g e d , som e le f t out and m a n y tim e s so m e th in g added. T o m a k e the v in e g a r , the fo llo w i n g I W e had a case re c e n t ly w h e r e w e ru le is g iv e n : P u t tw o qu a r ts o f rasp- added an e x t r e m e ly essential b it to b e r r ies in a bow l, and c o v e r w ith a a ib , and the au th o r thank- qu a r t o f vin e g a r . C o v e r and stand ciety. It was a m a tter o f record, •The local G r a n g e is in v ite d to I place. has been the guest o f re la t iv e s at this it in a cool p lace fo r tw o days. Mash the b e r r ies and strain the v in e g a r ed us, sa y in g he had e n t i r e ly o v e r ­ looked that poin t. A le n g t h y a r t ic le however, that betw een 1912 and 1922 Benton G r a n g e this T h u r s d a y even ­ ing. O u r G r a n g e w i l l fu r n ish the Second M ilo B a p tist C h u rch the average rate charged in the U n it- en terta in m e n t o f the even in g . , . __________ __________________ ed States fo r fire insurance coverage — T h e P h ila t h e a Class o f file Bap- , \7 T .he fu r'era * Mr.. B r o \ ' n, T ’. stra in ' Put in a P r e s e r v in g declined to the extent o f 7 cents fo r list C h u rch h e ld th e ir regu la r month- L ® at M r. A r t h u r B row n s W e d - L „ , i aHd a no.m d o f <m=m,. — _ . . Ur m o M intr w ith M r * S r n tt nesa» y at * P* th rou g h ch e e s e c loth, and pour o v e r I was co n t r ib u t e d som e tim e ago and tw o quarts o f fresh rasp b e r r ies and it dow n m o r e than h a lf. T h e let stand fo r an o th e r tw o days. T h e n I , , • , , . k e t t le I c o n t r ib u t o r c a lle d up and said th a t and add a pound o f su g a r to each I w a s th e w a y he w a n ted to say it, but each $Itj 0 o f insurance carried. T h e astonishing featu r e o f this sit­ uation is the fa c t that the reduction took place in the fa c e o f h e a v y ad­ vances fo r ra ilro a d fares, rents, sup- ly m e e t in g w ith M rs. S c o tt B e n n e tt last Saturday. P r a y e r Thursday. m. m e e t in g at 7:45 p. m. pin t o f ju ice. H e a t slow ly, and skim when it begin s to b o il. I t should b o il fo r tw e n t y m in u tes and then serm o n , \T h e C h r istian Shield. B E L L O N A . — A t the class m e e tin g h e ld at M rs. G e o rge H e w s o n ’s la s t Th u r s d a y ,! \ B o u g h t w ith a P r ice. plies, wages, a d v e r t isin g and oth e r I tw e n ty-eigh t w e r e present. A f t e r the| — Y . P. S. C. E. at 6:45 p. m. opening exercises plans fo r the com ­ in g fa ir this fa ll w e r e talked up and I w ill m e e t in a union m e e t in g w ith he d id n ’ t kn o w how to express h im ­ self. A person w r i t i n g an a r t ic le fo r pub- serve, add tw o tablespoons o f this I lic a t io n should en d e a v o r to say his T h e m e fo r th e Sunday m o r n in g |l)e piaCed in clean hot bottles. T o ___ ti'ri /-*i- • ~ a : c i , : „ u t* I r . . . . necessary expenses. :Tj? e.m e r/.°r . th, f ,_v 1 .n in g s e r v ice’ | ju ice to a glass o f w a ter. Is a y in as fe w w o r d s as possible, and Som e F r u itad e s I alw a y s use d o u b le space if w r itte n on ier . w . . „ . A , R a s p b e r r y v in e g a r m a y b e com - y 1 T h e W o m a n s M ission a r y S o c iety | h ined w ith oth e r fru it ju ices in a |a ty p e w r it e r . fru ita d e m a d e as fo llo w s : M ix to- D I S T R I B U T I O N O F F A R M L O A N S A c c o r d in g to the F e d e r a l census | 011 o f 1920 there are 6,448,366 farm s in the U n ited States, h a v in g a total P o s s ib ly th e rea d e r rem e m b e r s the a few o f the com m ittees w e r e appoin t-] the M ilo C e n ter S o c iety, W e d n e s d a y , g e t h e r 1 cup gra t e d pin e a p p le, i cup little iintrle g o in g the rounds o f the in g a v e r y nice luncheon w a s served - T h e Sunshine C irc le w i l l hold a ju ic£ o f 2 oran g e s and / table- Press several >'cars a® ° 1,\ w h ,ch the T h e r e w ill be service n e x t Sun-1 Y a n Saturday, at 2 p. m. Ladies day m o r n in g in the Presb y terian please send som e th in g fo r this sale. church as usual. T h e topic fo r the valu e o f land and b u ild in g s o f $ 66 , - 1 serm on w ill be \P a t c h w o r k .” food sale at the Gas o ffice in Penn | spoons sugar syrup. T o serve, fill | e d ito r requ e s ted c o n t r ib u t o is to the glasses th r e e -fou r th s fu ll o f chop- | m a k e all a r t icles as short as possible. ped ice, and add 3 or 4 tablespoons o f I \ B o il it dow n five tim e s ,\ he said, — Choir practice night at 8 o’clock. next Thursday Mr. McCumber, leader — L o u is e ' B lack and M iss H a l e n l and 334,309,556. T h e F e d e r a l census shows 18.6 per cent, o f farm s m o r tgaged, but it is estim a ted 40 to 50 per cent, are m o r t­ gaged. M a n y farm s are operated b y man-1 S h e r r ill P a lm e r , o f B rookfield, N. Y. „ t u 4 . 4 . — M r. and M rs. I. Com stock spen agers and 2,454,746 by tenants w h o do not rep o r t debt on record against farm s. P O T T E R — M r. S tan ley M o n roe, o f M ich igan ,s has been v is itin g M r. Leon W a y a n d M iss F lo r a H a ll has been v is itin g _ , 1 _ » . . . I « ■ 1 ‘ 1 U 1 J 3 A l U i a l i a i l 1 A U O l / v v i l v v m a c Bnvnes spent a w e e k w ith th e ir cons- M r E lm e r B r iggs and M rs. M a r y M u r- £?> dock’s fa m ily , o f Benton. sp en t last W e d n e s d a y in E lm ira, v is itin g friends. . W e are in receip t o f the L e g is la ­ tiv e M a n u a l fo r 1923. In ad d ition to s«nwL is estim a ted at $8,000,000,000, M r. and M rs Smith. e.gh t thousand m .ll.on dollars. O f j am e 8 H . Newm a h , Pastor, this debt State and F e d e r a l land Mrs. M a e R o s lck, o f Pain ted P o s t,I the usal in fo r m a t io n w h ich is car- January 1, 1922, to t a l farm m o r t- I is spending the w e e k w ith her parents,! ried in the M a n u e l, w e note that there 1 has been considerable new m a tter added. T h e y e a r ’s p o litica l calendar is given , as w e ll as the proposed Con- On W e d n e s d a y evening, Ju ly 18th, stitu tion a l am e n d m e n ts to be voted bands hold 6 per cent., insurance | a \B a r n Social” w ill be held in A s h ley on in N o v e m b e r , 1923; the lite r a c y L o n g ’s new barn, on the Pre-E m p tion qu a lifications o f the voters in this npr rpnf f ,irm road, fo r the benefit o f the M e thodist and oth e r States; the D e m o c r a tic and K<11 . 7E. , | ^ Episcopal church, o f B e llona, N. Y , A R e p u b lican chairm e n o f each State; b l k , 25 per cent., p r iva t e loans, 39 «'ca( eteria supper” w i l l be served. H o t a list o f the county attorn e y s ; judges per cent. fran k fu r ters, ice cream and hom e- o f ch ild r e n ’s courts; m o tor v e h ic le T h e $8,000,000,000 o f farm m o r t- made candy w ill be on sale. T h e pub- registra t io n by counties; the person- ga g e indebtedness on a farm* land lie Is cord ially invited. ?>el new com m issions and oth e r valuation o f $66,334,309,556 equals — Sunday, July 22d. M o r n in g w o r - in t e r e s t in g facts and figures. about 12 per cent, o f the 1920 valua- 10:30’ ™ th Serm,0n paat0r’ tmn on a.l farm s and farm bu ild- I t a S S u T * July and August, let us not n e g lect and G e n e v a has issued a. statem e n t to avail ourselves o f the p r ivilege o f in w h ich he said that in consequence U T A H U P H O L D S C O N S T IT U T IO N f h * ' ‘'R ?xm®m,be!! o f his in v e s t iga t ion s he would, on his tlie liq u id to each glass. I \ t h e n send it to us and w e w ill be- A refresh in g ju lep m a y be m a d e as | . , , follow s : Boil 3-4 cup o f sugar w ith a | £ in ™ bo)1 “ down. cim o f w a t e r and cool. A d d the I “ s t r ^ n e d ju ice o f 3 lem o n s, bruised T h e ab o v e thou g h ts w e r e su g g e s ted lcoves o f 4 sprigs o f m in t, and a p in t | to th e e d ito r o f th e W a y n e C o u n ty o f g in g e r ale. F i l l the glasses h a lf I Journal b y th e o p e n in g sentence o f fu ll o f crushed ice add the ju lep an in t e r e s t in g brochu re, just issued an d p lace a sp r ig o f m in t on top. |, . . . ® .. . T h e ad d ition o f crushed m in t leaves I ^ esfern N e w s p a p e r U n ion, and garn ish in g s o f sprigs o f m in t I e n t itle d \V a r i a b l e W in d s on the add to the fla v o r and appearan c e o f | W e a t h e r c o c k .” m ost fru it drinks. A b o t t le o f g in g e r ale just b e fo r e i T h e r e is no doubt w h a t e v e r that servin g w i l l im p r o v e the fla v o r and th e r e w in be an ap p r e c iab le increase thirst (lu e n c lu n g q u a lities o f m a n y 1 fru it drinks. REPORT OF HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION FOR YEAR ENDINfi JULY 1ST, 1923 Q u a r t e r ly R e p o r t « T h e q u a r t e r ly rep o r t o f the Y a tes C o u n ty S u r r o g a t e fo r A p r il, M a y and June, shows the fo llo w i n g estates act­ ed up: lim m a , F . C o le, M ilo, re a lty $2000, personal $7000. H e r b e r t D. G e e r , Ita ly , re a lty $2,- 500, personal $1500. A n d i e w J. Brow n , Jerusalem , re a l­ ty $3500, personal $6000. Joseph W . P ik e , D u n d e e , re a lty •4000, personal $500. Susan E. Losey, Pen n Yan. person­ al $ 100 . E m m a A . H a ll, B ranchport, person­ al $ 1000 . M a r y T o b in , Jerusalem , personal $150. E lm e r J. Platm a n , B e n ton, re a lty $ 100 , personal $ 100 . F r a n k R. Jenkins, Penn Y a n , re a l­ ty $800, person a l $5000. M a r y C. A y r e s , Pen n Yan, personal $350. C h a r les D. D e c k e r, Jerusalem , p e r ­ sonal $175. C a t h e r in e L. Y a w g e r , B r a d ford, T h e m ost in t e r e s t in g and im p o r t ­ ant item in this y e a r ’s rep o r t is that the con tracts fo r the new b u ild in g have been let, and that the w o r k is p r o g r e s s in g rapidly. A lth o u g h the d irectors are all m o re or less fa m ilia r w ith the cause of the lon g d e lay in sta r t in g the con ­ stru c tion o f the new b u ild in g , it m ay be w e ll to m e n tion som e o f the ob­ stacles w h ich h a v e stood in th e w a y o f m o r e rap id progress: F irst: W e u n d e restim a ted th e ca­ p a c ity needed fo r a h o s p ital fo r this com m u n ity, and it was on ly a fte r the tem p o r a r y h o s p ital had been in op e r a tion fo r a tim e , that w e learned that w e w o u ld be o b lig e d to aban­ don e n t ire ly the first plans w h ich w e r e m a d e fo r us; Second: T h e v e r y rapid advan c e in the cost o f m a t e r ia l and labor caus­ ed the co m m ittee to d e la y the w o r k fo r m o r e than a year, a n t ic ip a t in g lo w e r prices; T h ird : T h e in a b ility to c o lle c t the am o u n t o f th e subscriptions, du e to va r iou s causes, on e o f w h ich was that som e o f th e subscribers d e layed th e p a y m e n t o f th e am o u n t o f th e ir don a tion s u n til th e fou n d a tion should be laid, o r u n t il the r o o f w a s on, or u n til the b u ild in g was com p leted . H a d a ll o f th e subscribers taken this position, o f course, the h o s p ital could n e v e r h a v e been b u ilt; F o u r th : Som e o f th e first to sign, and several o f the la r g e s t co n t r ib u ­ tors w e r e v e r y stro n g ly in fa v o r o f n e v e r a t t e m p t in g to b u ild the p e r ­ m a n e n t h o s p ital u n t il th e y had in th e ir hands su fficien t funds, not on ly to pay in fu ll th e cost o f the b u ild ­ in g and equ ip m e n t, bu t also secure en o u g h cash to establish an en d o w ­ m e n t fu n d w h ich w o u ld p r o v id e su f­ ficien t in c o m e to m a k e up th e d e ficit w h ich is sure to occu r in e v e r y hos­ p ital, and w h ich puts th e v e r y un­ pleasan t resp o n s ib ility o f b e g g in g e v ­ ery y e a r fo r funds to h e lp pay ru n ­ n in g expenses. But as you w i l l learn fro m th is rep o r t, w e h a v e p r o ­ vid e d fo r th e fin a n c ial needs fo r the n e x t five years. H o w e v e r , w e w e r e o b lig e d to g i v e up our fon d hope o f b e in g e n t ire ly fre e from debt w h e n th e new b u ild in g began op e r a tion . A n d it is b e lie v e d that a v e r y la r g e p r o p o r t io n o f ou r su b s c ribers are fu l ­ ly in accord w ith th e plan fin a lly adopted. A t the last annual m e e t in g the b u ild in g co m m itte e was a b le to show th e co m p leted plans and spec­ ifica t ion s fo r the n e w h o s p ital b u ild ­ ing, and an n o u n c e d th a t fiv e copies o f th e b lu e p r in t w e r e in th e hands o f as m a n y la r g e co n t r a c t o r s w h o d e ­ sired to m a k e ten d e r s fo r th e w o r k co m p lete. W h e n th e b id s w e r e op e n e d th e y w e r e fou n d to b e in an u n s a t isfa c t o r y fo r m , and th e lo w e s t b id w a s abou t $140,000, w h ich th e c o m m itte e fe l t w a s m o r e th a n w e shou ld u n d e r tak e to ex p e n d o n th e b u ild in g , sin c e it is w e l l kn o w n th a t so m e t h in g lik e $40,000 a d d itio n a l w i l l b e n e e d e d fo r nu m e rou s item s w h ich a r e n o w con ­ sid e r e d n e c e s s a r y fo r an u p -to-date h o s p ital, w h ic h a r e n o t in c lu d e d in th e a r c h ite c t ’s sp e c ification s , such as e le v a t o r , la u n d r y and k itch e n eq u ip ­ m e n t, a d d itio n a l fu r n itu r e , lin e n , cro c k e r y , etc., etc. T h e B u ild in g C o m m itte e then m a d e a fu r t h e r stu d y o f th e plans and sp e c ification s , to a s c e r tain w h e r e ­ in ch a n g e s m ig h t b e m a d e to redu c e th e cost w ith o u t m a t e r ia lly a f f e c t in g th e e f f ic ie n c y o f th e b u ild in g . A f t e r sp e n d in g m uch tim e in th e in v e s t i­ g a t io n , and a f t e r an exp e n d e d in t e r ­ v i e w b y on e o f th e B u ild in g C o m m it­ tee w ith th e a r c h ite c t w h e n in Bos­ ton, tw e n t y - s ix ch a n g e s w e r e p e r m it­ ted b y th e a r c h ite c t to -reduce th e cost o f th e stru c tu r e . N e w b id s w e r e then a d v e r t ised , a ll o f w h ich w e r e to b e in th e sam e form , and fo r the w o r k c o m p le t e s t r i c t ly a c c o r d in g to th e o r i g i n a l plans and sp e c ifica t io n w ith stated sums w h ich th e b id d e r s w e r e w i l l i n g to d e d u c t fo r each o f th e ch a n g e s su g g e s ted. But a f t e r th e bids w e r e received , and th e w h o le . m a t t e r w a s a g a in g o n e o v e r c a r e f u l l y | c o n s id e r a good p o r t io n co llectib le, Zt w a s th o u g h t a d v isa b le to m a k e ; b e in g ch a r g e s to th e co u n t y and d if- T h e question then was: H o w w e r e w e to bu ild a $180,000 h o s p ital w ith $136,000? T h e citizen s com m ittee, how e v e r, w e r e not dism a y e d , and w ith the d e ­ term in a tion to g e t the b u ild in g un­ der w a y as soon as possible, and h a v ­ in g in m ind that d u r in g the past yea r the in s t it u t ion had received .nore than $40,000 in bequests by w ills, fe l t th a t i f su fficien t funds w e r e not received fro m bequests ana lunations w ith in the yea r w h ich w i l l be req u ired to co m p lete the b u ild in g , out the Board o f D irecto r s w o u ld be w a r r a n ted in m o r t g a g in g the p r o p e r ­ ty, seven respon s ible citizen s h a v in g sign e d an a g r e e m e n t gu a r a n t e e in g the paym e n t o f such m o r tga g e , w h ich is not to exceed $50,000, and to run fo r live years. Such m o r t g a g e w ill be g iv e n fo r on ly such an am o u n t as m a y be needed fo r the com p letion o f the b u ild in g , and o n ly w h e n a d d i­ tion a l funds are needed. T h e n cam e the qu e s tion o f an en ­ dow m e n t fund# the in c o m e from w h ich is needed in e v e r y h o s p ital to pay the d e fic it w h ich alw a y s occurs. A n d so th e sam e en t e r p r isin g com ­ m itte e w h o w e r e w o r k in g had to g e t th e b u ild in g under w a y , assured the d irectors th a t th e y cou ld p r o v id e for the p a y m e n t to th e A s s o c ia tion o f not less than $5,000 per yea r fo r th e first rive years, or so m u ch o f th&t am o u n t as m igh t be needed to m a k e good the loss in c u r r e d in ru n n in g ex p e n ­ ses th rou g h fre e service ren d e r e d to patients w h o cou ld not pay. A n d a cam p a ign was begu n to ob tain sub­ scription s fro m the citizen s o f this v i c i n i t y fo r va r iou s am o u n ts w h ich they w o u ld c o n t r ib u t e at th e end o f each fiscal y e a r —fo r the n e x t five years to m a k e up th e d e ficit. Each subscriber is to b e asked fo r o n ly such p o r t io n o f this g u a r a n t y as m a y be fou n d necessary to m a k e up the loss o f op e r a tion , w ith th e hope that increased don a tion s b e f o i e th e five years pass w i l l prod u c e su fficien t in ­ com e so th a t th e gu a r a n to r s w i l l h a v e but little to pay. Th o s w h o paid th e ir su b s c ription s p r o m p t ly w i l l b e in t e r e s t e d to know that the am o u n t so re c e iv e d has earn ­ ed fo r the A s s o c ia tion m o r e than $ 10,000 in in terest, and perhaps it is not to m u ch to say th a t if ev e r y su b s c r iber had been a b le to pay the cash soon a f t e r the ca m p a ign closed, this am o u n t w o u ld h a v e been n e a r ly doubled. W e h a v e also m a d e a p r o f ­ it o f $2,261 on th e in c rease in the m a r k e t p r ice o f g o v e r n m e n t bonds w h ich w e pu rch a s e d w ith cash re­ c e iv e d fro m subscribers. It should be rem e m b e r e d th a t in a ll state­ m e n ts re g a r d in g U. S. G o v e r n m e n t bonds th e y are figu r e d at par. T h e fa c t th a t th e $40,000 o f unpaid su b s c r ip tion s rep o r t e d at last y e a r ’s m e e t in g has been redu c e d to $30,000 [-w o u ld seem to in d ica t e th a t th e es­ tim a t e b y th e co m m itte e that $ 20,000 w o u ld e v e n t u a lly be paid, w a s con ­ serva t ive. W e a r e sure th a t e v e r y o n e w i l l be in terested in th e fo ll o w i n g rep o r t o f th e o p e r a t io n o f th e tem p o r a r y hos­ p ita l. in u r in g th e past yea r the num b e r o f p a tien ts cared fo r was 475 N u m b e r o f op e r a tion s 340 N u m b e r o f b irth s 35 N u m b e r o f X - R a y exam in a tion s 419 N u m b e r o f deaths 25 T h e am o u n t earn e d was $20,693.31 T h e o p e r a t in g expenses w e r e $19,- 029.90 S h o w in g an apparen t p r o fit o f $ 1 ,- 663.41 But w e h a v e been o b lig e d to ch a r g e to P r o f it and Loss account, b ills fo r ca r e o f p a t ien t s w h o w o u ld not or cou ld not p a y and w h ich w e con s ider w o r th less, $499.64. A n d as you w i l l see b y th e T r e a s ­ u r e r ’s rep o r t, w e n o w h a v e unpaid accounts on ou r books to the am o u n t o f $4,165.70. D o u b tless som e o f these accounts w e w i l l e v e n t u a lly b e o b lig e d to ch a r g e o f f as w o r th less, a lth o u g h w e Seeley Says KEEP- K O O L Summer Suits For all Good Dressers in Pleasing Colors and Patterns. iiklim m p r MODELS for men of every build lUdUIUtllwl — attractive styles smartly tailored. Every man who wants the greatest possible com­ fort out of his summer suit should see our new KEEP-KOOL display - They come in Tropical and Palm Beach- Stout, Slim, Worsted, Gabardines, Mohair, Prices, $13.50 to $28.50. and Regular Sizes. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Penn Van’s Largest. Liveliest, Leading Man’s Store 8 2 aS Condensed Bank Report-Baldwins Bank of Penn Yan, June 30, 1923. RESO URCES Cash on hand in banks...................... $135,335.90 Loans and Investments .................... 1,893,111.77 Real Estate Owned ......................... 27,555.00 Bonds and Mortgages on Unincum­ bered Real Estate ...................... 329,975.00 Interest accrued on Investments ........................... 19,135.00 $2,405,112.77 L IA B IL IT IE S Amount Due Depositors...................$2,072,811.81 Interest Accrued on Deposits ............ Iti,200.00 Capital, Surplus, and Profits ............ 316,000.86 Baldwins Bank $2,405,112.67 Penn Yan The Shino Floor Polisher and Wall Duster m o r e than fo u r ch a n g e s in th e o r i g ­ in a l sp e c ification s , and th e con tra c ts w e r e aw a r d e d to th e lo w e s t bid d e r , as fo llo w s : General Building contract. B. H. Rogers Plumbing. Heating and Ventilating. F. T. Butters Electrical Work. E. D. Stykes & Co. $107,000 27.000 6,250 fe r e n t towns. O u r en d o w m e n t accounts p r o v id e an in c o m e o f $1,625 p e r year. T h is in c o m e has o n ly been used fo r the purposes d e s ign a ted b y the and w e h a v e on hand unex­ balances to the c r e d it o f the en d o w m e n t accounts. $1,123.- specific donors, ; p e n d e d variou s 73. Making a total o f $140,250 which with the incidentals referred to 40,000 brought the total to $180,250 I The available funds on hand at this time were $ 78.000 The committee which was appointed to make an estimate o f the amount which could be collected from the $40,000 o f unpaid subscriptions, re­ ported that the amount which could be counted on as collectible was not less than The estimated amount due us at that time from bequests was 20.000 38.000 Total $136,000 D u r in g th e 34 m o n ths th e hospital has been in o p e r a t io n 1,310 patien ts h a v e been cared fo r , and 1,254 X - R a y ex a m in a tion s h a v e been m a d e. E a r n ings, $53,738.38. Expenses, $50,751.15. T h e D irecto r s are to b e con g r a t u ­ la t e d on th e v e r y e f fic ie n t and eco­ n o m ica l m a n a g e m e n t o f th e S u p e r in ­ tendent, and th e con s c ien tiou s and fa i t h f u l service o f its nurses and em p loyees, several o f w h o m h a v e been w ith th e in s t it u t io n fro m the b e g in n in g . W . N . W I S E , Presiden t. * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4* * * $ 4* 4* 4* 4* $ 4* * 4- 4* # 4* * * R e p o r t o f L i l l i a n E. A g a n , T r e a s u r e r o f S o ld iers and S a ilors H o s p ita l fo r y e a r en d in g July 1st, 1923 M e m o r ia l T o am o u n t on hand July 1st, 1923 R e c e ip ts: S u b s c r iption s R e n t In terest G e n e r a l Fu n d H o llo w e ll Fu n d W o m e n ’s Fu n d R e d Cross Fund W a r Chest Fu n d $ 88.180.28 $ 9,594.15 25.00 W E D N E S D A Y C H A R L E S E L D R 1 D G E in \A S H A M E D O F t'A K c . N 'l S ” T h e story concerns a sm a ll tow n y o u n g m a n w h o is sent to c o lle g e b y his fath e r , a slioe- m«>£erf w ith th e aid o f tw o old ti lends. T h e b o y m a k e s a nam e fo r h im s e lf as a fo o t b a ll star, and m e e ts a w e a lth y g irl, lie fears to te ll h e r o f his hum ­ b le o r ig in , bu t she takes the m a tter in to her ow n hands and thus u n fold s one o f th e m o st p o w e r fu l docum e n ts in the an­ nals o f screen history. P A T H E R E V I E W A ftern o o n . 10-17c. N ig h t . 10-22c T H U R S D A Y J A C K H O L T in \ A G E N T L E M A N O F L E I S U R E \ N o in t r o d u c t ion is necessary to this g e n ia l and w e l l known P a r a m o u n t p layer, and he and th is 1 m o s t re fre s h in g o f recent p io d u c t ion s fit each oth e r per­ fe c t ly . T h e sort o f p ictu r e that sends an au d ien c e hom e fe e lin g it has spent a p r o fita b le even ­ ing. \ F I G H T I N G B L O O D ” T h e snappiest tw o - ie e l sub- ject now on the screen. In it- | s e lf a featu r e . 4» A ftern o o n , 10-17c. N ig h t . 10-22c j --------------------------------------------------- 1 * 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* Not Oily or Greasy Chemically Treated . The Shino Floor Polisher is un­ excelled for use on Hardwood Pol­ ished or Waxed Floors, polishes the surface and leaves a bright dry finish. No Oil or Grease. The Shino Floor Polisher is made from chemically treated yarn. The ends and sides of the block are protected to overcome any pos­ sibility of scratching or marring furniture dr woodwork. It may be washed when dirty without losing its dust absorbing properties. Why use a Polish Mop that smears oil and grease on the floors and rugs? The Shino Floor Pol­ isher absolutely will not do so. As a Wall and Ceiling Duster it is Unsurpassed. $2,680.24 218.19 239.29 216.34 407.61 L e n a M . B e r r y E s tate Chas. B. S h a w E s tate John R . C la r k E s tate D e ficien c y Fu n d Cash in C itizen s Bank Ju ly 1, 1922 3,761.67 5,942.10 9,448.61 12,819.20 50.00 32.79 against th e ex- T o t a l E x p e n d itu r e s : N e w B u ild in g O f f ic e E x p e n s e E q u ip m e n t E x p e n s e B a ldw in s Bank C itizen s Bank S. & S. M e m o r ia l H o s p ital B. H. R o g e r s In terest H o llo w e ll Fund in t e r e s t R e d Cross Fund In t e r e s t W a r C h e s t Fund T o t a l Cash and secu r ities on hand Ju ly 1, 1923 41,673.52 $129,853.80 5,335.44 1,092.99 362.43 3.75 2,018.92 134.53 301.00 5,000.00 192.00 300.00 631.73 15,408.99 $114,444.81 R e s p e c t fu lly su b m itted, L I L L I A N E. A G A N , T r e a s u r e r . A n n u a l S c h o o l M e e t in g mgs. the Sabbath Day to K e e p It H o ly. in the num b e r o f R e p u b lican A s s e m ­ blym e n n e x t year. T h e r e is the best o f fe e lin g in the local organ iza tion s W h i l e a lo t o f people are ta lk in g I th r o u g h o u t the State, and w h e n the and m a k in g noise others are th in k -1 local organ iza tion s are w o r k in g har­ ing, and the la t t e r are the ones w h o I m o n iou s ly v i c t o r y is certain . R e ­ w i l l co n t r o l w h e n it is tim e to d e - l ports w h ich are b e in g received b y cid e questions that m u st be decided. I C h a irm a n G e o r g e K. Morris- increase T h e r e is no doubt as to this, fo r the I the op tim ism o f the S tate C h a irm a n people w h o talk all th e tim e n e v e r I j v e r y day. M a n y R e p u b lican s are i think at an y tim e . F o r t u n a t e ly w h e n I c o n fiden t that the lo w e r branch o f th e r e is a real issue to b e decid e d I the L e g is la t u r e w i l l be m o re stro n g ly th e th in k e rs reg ister th e ir op in ion R e p u b lican than ever. C o n fiden c e is and it is u s u a lly correct, even if | the best known in c e n t iv e to success, som e o f us fa il to see it im m e d ia t e ­ ly. T h e recent U tah legislatu r e enact­ ed a statute p r o v id in g that: \ I t shall be unlaw ful fo r any person or per- O V 1 / --------- ------- ------ - I r e tu r n to A m e r ica , oppose the pro- --------- --- - ----------- -- ----------— Bimday School at noon. R. F. Platm a n , je c t o f the U n ited States join in g the I o v e r tu r n e d on th e G e n e v a -C a n a n d a i- Hupt. T a k a pride In you r school and W o r l d C o u rt, because it has no pow- | ffUa road °n S a tu r d a y n igh t. T h e in your class! Be a \b o o s ter” . Jer to en fo r c e peace. A lso, he added 1 CAr w TrteAnh — - ----------- - - — * ------- - , Qtindflt” t h ^ d a y , i , be^n g “ In s titu te! that he w o u ld oppose the U n ited sons actin g sin g ly or jo in t ly w ith t o ^ , ? re , 1 1 E p w o rth I s tates jo in in g th e L e a g u e o f N a tions another or others, b y means o f any 1 d e r ? h a t t r e E o w o rth,fler,Vnening> l u 0r> n til th e ^ is. a '™ a t o r i u m on hat- km d o f force, threats, coercion, in- Ia ftH u te o f M ontour Falls, in sea- am o n g the E u ropean nations. W e tim idation, or violen c e , to cause or ®ion all this week. M iss H e r r t t SWart-1 w o n d e r just w h e n that w ill be. A f t e r induce o r to attem p t to cause or in -1 there, as th e ! years o f tra d ition a l figh t in g it w ill duly appointed delegacy from th lstb e d ifficu lt to take aw a y the inherent It is said that m a n y cottages w h ich are b e in g b u ilt now-a-days w i l l serve D o p e , valu e d at about $10,000, was I as homes, o w in g to the sh o r tage o f discovered in an au tom o b ile, w h ich | houses. W e can im a g in e m u ch w o r s e places to liv e than in one o f the up- to-date, sealed . sum m e r cottages, car was d r iven b y Joseph R iv ire , o f 1 M a n y o f them h a v e fireplaces and a ll E lm ira, and his com p a n ion was P e t e r I the m o d e rn equ ip m e n t fo r co m fo r t - O r e t e llo, o f Buffalo. R i v i r e is not | a b le liv i n g quarters, expected to liv e and O retcllo- has been taken to B u ffalo b y F e d e r a l I T h e latest b it o f good (? ) news is au thorities. T h e dope consisted o f I to the effect that the Tu r k s blam e several la r g e packages o? m o r p h in e I the U n ited States fo r th e con trov- duce, any person engaged in a law - chapter. A t a recent business m e e ting o f l T n #1 j A M 'V A J J A . - i - , |J m - — _ I —\ re. ful occupation to quit such em p loy- ____ ____ m ent, or to refuse or to declin e to ac- 1 the Ladies ’A id Society, It was decided cept or begin, a law fu l em p loym e n t.” J? Annual Church F a ir on T h . penalty U . i . l . w Shall be a fine not exceedin g $300, a Supper __ Mrs. M a b le jail sentence o f i i x m o n ths or both. Utah is determ in e d to g i v e every tnan his constitu tional rig h t to w o r k at-a la w fu l occupation. T h is m a y be ob jection a b le to dictators, but it is a fine th in g fo r the country. taste for w a r— and m o re war. and seven bottles o f cocaine. ersy now on at the N e a r East C o n ­ ference. Barnes, Glenn A llen , Mrs. W . F. Gelder. C h ild r e n C r y FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Hall’s Catarrh Medicine Those who are in a \run dow n \ condi­ tion w ill notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are hi good health. This fact proves that while Catarrh Is a local disease, it is greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions. H A L L ’ S C A T A R R H M E D IC IN E con­ sists o f an Ointment which Q u ick ly Relieves by local application, and the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which assists 1 n«l v 1 the General Health. Sold by druggists for over 40 Years. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Thom a s B o lger, 50 years old, a i A u n t A d a .s A x io m s . vict< lr Hl1go 1 n' w liic'h'tie^'as''a*passeng'er'<»n Sun- -'> V <>ne to re a lize that day S t r u c k a t e i e p L n e pSle on Cas - I r ^ n h a b i t ' i h e m hUm a \ ^ tie street, G e n e v a . It was th o u g h t | ________ that, he had been dead th r e e hours b e fo r e he was b r o u g h t to the p o lice station. T a y lo r C o n k lin , o f Hudson A hit technical, but the th o u g h tfu l fru it gro w e r m igh t lik e it,— a copy Falls, and H o race Sisson, o f Hoi-1 b u lletin V 415 on pru n ing, w h ich com b , w e r e the dead m a n ’ s com p a n -1 the state co lle g e at Ithaca has just ions. issued. T h e Lisk M a n u factu r in g P la n t at rown sugar w o n ’ t g e t hard And G e n e v a , N. Y., w i l l open on A u g u s t | lu m p y if it is kept in an open jar 1 st. T h e annual school m e e t in g o f the Penn Y a n U n ion Sch o o l D is t r ic t No. 1 w i l l be held at the A c a d e m y , T u e s ­ day, A u g u s t 7, 1923, from fo u r o ’clock in th e a ftern o o n u n t il seven o'clock in th e even in g . xT h is m e e t in g w i l l b e h e ld fo r the purpose o f e le c t in g th r e e trustees in p la c e o f D e X V itt C. A y r e s , L o u ise P. Sheppard, and T . W a r n e r W in d n a g le , w h o s e term s o f o f f ic e w i l l e x p ire on January 1, 1924, and fo r the trans­ action o f such oth e r business as m a y p r o p e r ly com e b e fo r e said m e e tin g . By resolu tion o f the Board o f E d ­ ucation, dated Ju ly 2, 1923. JO H N H. JO H N S O N , Presiden t. W . E. D e M E L T , C le r k 2w T a k e an y a ftern o o n car. Supper served p r o m p t ly at 6:30. B r in g dish­ es fo r you r ow n use and som e a r t ic le <>f food tow a r d the supper. Hus­ bands o f the m e m b e rs are in v it e d . 88 w 2 1 W i l l i a m Jennings B ryan says that the repeal o f the M u lla n - G a g e law in N e w Y o r k S t a t e d id m o r e fo r p r o ­ h ib itio n th a t a n y t h in g the p oh ib i- tion ists cou ld do. A c c o r d in g to his op in ion it w i l l cem e n t t h e d i y fo .ees and m a k e them w o r k harder than ever in the cause th e y espouse. T h is is the v ie w o f m a n y w h o are not in terested in th e . w e t and d r y ques­ tion excep t in a casual m a n n er. N o t i c e o f th e C o lle c t o r -Take N o t ic e : 1, the undersigned, th e c o lle c t o r o f taxes in and fo r the v i l l a g e o f Pen n Yan, h a v e received the tax ro ll and w a r r a n t fo r th e c o l­ lectio n o f taxes fo r the present year, and 1 w i l l atten d at 114 W a g e n e r street in said v illa g e , on F r id a y , July 13th, and co n t in u in g fo r tw e n ty days, fro m 9 o ’clo c k in th e foren o o n u n t il 4 o ’clo c k in th e aftern o o n , o f each day, fo r th e purpose o f re c e iv ­ in g taxes assessed upon such roll. D a ted , Ju ly 2 ; 1923. A U G U S T U S 2 w F lo r id a leg isla t u r e has subm itted to the people a s t a r t lin g am e n d m e n t to th e ir S tate con s titu tion . It is p r o ­ posed to p r o h ib it the le v y o f in c o m e o r in h e r it a n c e taxes on citizen s or res­ idents, fo r tw e n t y - five years. F R I D A Y N E A L H A R T in \ S A L T Y S A U N D E R S ” Sam B a x ter, c h ie f o f the T e x a s R a n g e rs, learns that S c a r faced W h e e ler has been released from prison and is em p loyed as fo ie m a n on the F l y i n g X R a n c h . Jud H o w e ll, w h o g a v e evid e n c e S c a r face, tells B a x ter c o n v ic t has v o w e d ven g e a n c e on him . B a x ter d e ta ils S a lty Saunders to shadow S c a r face, le s u ltin g in a fast fire story w ith N e a l H a r t at his best. C h a r les H u tch in s o n in fou r t h ch a p t e r o f “ S i :E n D ” T h is is present night. A ftern o o n . 10-17c. N i g h t, 10-22c S A T U R D A Y P E T E M O R R IS O N in \T H E B iiT T b - R M A N W I N S ” In an effo r t to take aw a y his little cou n try sw e e theart, the star rides the w o rld-fam o u s horse, \B r o w n ie \ in to a fa m ­ ous C h ica g o cabaret w h ile the b ig chorus num b e r is in fu ll sw ing. T h e fight that follow s is said to be one o f the grea test e v e r film e d , h a v in g requ ired the s e iv ic e s o f tw e n ty acrobats w h o took th e abuse o f b e in g knocked o v e r balustrades, off balcon ies and ou t o f w indow s . T h e story then m o v e s to the F a r W e s t w h e re, it contin u e s w ith the sam e tense interest and inclu d e s a num b e r o f g e n ­ u in e ly d a r in g feats by the star and his horse \B io w n ie . \ x E d u c a tion a l C o m e d y \H O C U S 1 O C U S ” F O X N E W S i S p e c ial M usic A ftern o o n , 1 /-22c. N igh t , 22-28c C h ild r e n under tw e lve, 10c ____ C O M IN G C a m p C o r y Y . M. C. A . 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