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Page Four THE PENN YAN EXPRESS. PENN YAN, N. Y., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1923. □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ LOST MUTUAL STOLEN R E A L T Y CO. S o m e t h i n g s a r e t o o p r e c i o u s t o b e l e f t in t h e h o u s e , s t o r e o r o f f i c e - e v e n in a s a f e le s t t h e y b e c o m e m i s - F la i d o r t a k e n BULLETIN PERSONAL AND SOCIETY WE HAVE CUSTOMERS waiting for property. If you have a small place or a home in town that you will sell for what it is worth, come in and we will supply a buyer. b u r g l a r . P l a c e y o u r b u s i n e s s FOR SALE IN TOWN 7 rooms and both, $3000. p a p e r s , je w e l r y a n d 7 rooms and bath, $3000. 7 rooms, bath, garage, large 1 ’ lot, $3500. o t h e r v a l u a b l e s 10 rooms, bath, barn, 1-4 acre lot, $4500. S a f e D e p o s i t B o x o u r v a u l t w h e r e 10 rooms, bath, barn, large lot, $5700. N O T H I N G c a n h a r m 10 rooms, bath, large garden, $3700. t h e m . 10 room double, all improve­ ments, $6000. T w o d o l l a r s p e r y e a r 12 room double, all improve­ ments, $7000. p a y s f o r t h i s p r o t e c - 10 room house, 2 acres land, $4000. t i o n . 9 room house, 5 acres land, $5250. The Citizens Bank 7 room and bath, garage, 2 acres land, $4000. 10 room house, 2 acres land, of Penn Yan COUNTRY PROPERTY — Mtr. and Mrs. Clarence T. An­ drews wil leave on December 1st foi <•. trip to California by the Panama route. — Thomas J. Guider of Deadwood. S. D., has been at his former home in this village, having been called here by the illness of his mother, Mis. M. Guider. — Mrs. E. B. Porter has closed her summer home and is spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. W . Shaw at Rose Lawn farm. — Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bentley and family are spending Thanksgiving in Rochester — Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith and son, will spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryan in Roches­ ter. — Following teachers are spending Thanksgiving and Sunday at their respective homes: Miss Dorothy Grif- fth, Rochester; Miss Marian Reiswig, U^ica, N'. Y.; Miss Cordilia Heurs, Bergen, N. Y.; Miss Hariette North­ way, Lafayette, N. Y.; Miss Dorothy Marks, Palmyra, N. Y.; Miss Ruth Blaesi, is attending the State Con­ vention for Teachers in Albany, N. Y. — Mrs. Edward Elsworth, of Ro­ chester, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Armstrong, daughter, Jeanette, are Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. K .Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Armstrong will sail for Liverpool, England, on Monday. — Miss Isabelle McKeevor, who has been spending several months with her niece, Mrs. Ralph W . Hoyt, re­ turned to her home in Philadelphia, on Monday. □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ O u r C H R I S T M A S 7 rooms, barn, 1 acre lot, $1600. 7 rooms, barn, 1 acre lot, $2500. 4 1-2 acres, 8 room house, barn, $3600. 15 acres vineyard, 7 room house, barn $5500. 17 acres vineyard, 7 room house, barn, — Following young people are spending their Thanksgiving vaca­ tions at their respective homes: Gordon Bennett, Hobart College, Gen­ eva; Edward Mosher, Cornell, Ithaca; Margaret Douglas, Cornell, Ithaca; Calvin Russell, Cornell,Ithaca; aftei S T O C K o f 18 acre fruit farm, fine house and barn, $7500. 23 acre vineyard, good house and barn, $3800 Christm as 36 acre vineyard, fair house and barn, $4750. ONE CENT A WORD Advertising under this head­ ing accepted at the rate of 25 words for 25 cents. No ad less than 25 cents. W a t c h e s 40 acre fruit farm, extra good vineyard and orchard, $ 20 , 000 . 40 acre fruit farm, fair build­ ings, $4000. I s C o m p l e t e . W e w o u l d lik e t o h a v e 43 acre fruit and garden farm, good buildings, $2500. 50 acre general farm, fair buildings, $1800. y o u c a l l a n d s e e t h e m 56 acre fruit or general farm, good buildings, $3700. 62 acre fruit and general farm, fine buildings, $ 10 , 000 . Priced from $ 15.00, up 52 acre fruit farm, fine fruit and buildings, $7500. FOR SALE— Famous Lewis County Cheese. 5. lb. size $ 2 ; 10 lb. size $4. Call G H. Spencer 61 F 4 or C. J. Kipp 61 F 11 08w4 FOR SALE— S. C. Black Minorca cocks, and cockerels. Selected thoroughbred stock, write for prices. Mrs. Willis Northrup, Prattsburg, N. Y. t WANTED— Man to work farm on shares. Inquire F. T. Barnes, 133 Hamilton St. 08tf FURNISHED ROOMS— Heated, with or without board, Inquire “F”, this office. 60 acre general farm, fair buildings, $3000. SHEPARD & GRAD Y 68 acre general farm, good buildings, $6800. 80 acre truck and general good buildings, $4000. COAL— Real Lehigh Valley straight run coal, all sizes, any amount you wish. Phone 513M. Owen Hoban. Jewelers and Optometrists 109 acre orchard and general farm, good buildings, $9500. 114 acre vineyard and general farm, fine buildings, $8000. Rubber Footwear These places are all worth the price asked for them. We can arrange terms to suit any responsible buyer. If you do not find what you want in this list, we have many more. Come in and tell us. W e ll do the rest. for Winter W e S E L L R e a l E s t a t e Phone 543 3 Arcade Mens Felt and Rubbers PENN YAN, N. Y. Mens Stockings Rubbers Mens Heavy 4-Bk.Arctics Don’t miss “ THE MIDNIGHT ALARM” with Alice Calhoun and fering at the Sampson. Special matinee Cullen Landis, the Thanksgiving of- performance 2.00 and 3:30. Mens Heavy 1-Bk. Arctics Say Merry Christmas with land” cards at Reilly Bros. “Voi Ladies Dress 4 Bk.Arctics We also carry a Complete Line of Boys’ and Youths’ Winter Footwear Me Adam s Shoe Co. Inc. Framed desk calendars, with neat little verses. Just the thing for “His” desk. Calendar fits in from the back. A distinctive gift. At The Print Craft Shop, Jacob street. ROOFING PUT ON— Roofs repaired, roofs coated, roofs painted, roofs made tight. I charge only for time actually spent on the job. No carting fees, etc. R. Rapalee. 28-W -4 FURNITURE FOR SALE— Repair­ ing, upholstering, wood turning. Calhoun and Eames, 207 Water street* tf W ANTED— Old papers, rags, rubber, old iron, metal. Good prices. L. Rothman, 548 Liberty St., Penn Yan. Phone 192-W. 92-tf N EW ROOFING — Applied. Old roofs repaired and painted. A tight roof or no pay. Roofing, roof pain, cement for sale. Drop me a postal and I will call and es­ timate work and material. R. Rapalee, Penn Yan, R. D. 8 28-w4 The Coach Takes a Definite Place Am ong M otor Vehicles * Don’t miss “ THE MIDNIGHT ALARM” with Alice Calhoun and Cullen Landis, the Thanksgiving of­ fering at the Sampson. Special matinee performance 2:00 and 3:30. Say Merry Christmas with “Vcl- land” cards at Reilly Bros. A full and complete line of leath­ er goods. Address books, writing cases, Line a Day Books. Just the thing for Christmas. The Print Craft Shop, Jacob street. <S> THE CORNWELL M W I T H N . P. S A C K E T T Satisfied Customers THURSDAY Ivor Novello and Gladys Cooper in «< THE BOHEMIAN GIRL’ Comedy n u THE REMEMBRANCE OF EAF TER BON NETS” QUALITY Remains FRIDAY long after the Price is For- Helen Holems & J. P. McGowan gotten. ft in ‘ONE MILLION IN JEWELS” Episode No. 3 of Ruth Roland <§> 1 Our 3 5 c . Coffee is in “HAUNTED VALLEY % & & § s & “The coach and four were among the most picturesque modes of travel in the last century, but it is doubtful if the high wheeled vehicle of yes­ terday, drawn by its prancing steeds, ever approached the utility of the modern automobile coach and four cylinders,” says J. Irving Goodspeed, local dealer in Durant and Star cars. “The coach is a body type that has in recent years achieved popularity among motorists, and this year’s in­ dications point to an increased vogue for coach bodies. The coach is neither sedan nor coupe,\yet it combines the advantages of both. It is well pro­ portioned for five passengers and close coupled for coziness* The two door coach is especially popular. The doors are wider than on most cars and permit easy en­ trance to front or rear seats. The two front seats are usually individ ual but are not widely separated as u: the former chummy models. One or both of them fold forward to permit access to rear seats. “Another advantage of the two- door coach is that on either side of the car are only two windows, so that panes of plate glass are very broad and splendidly light the car’s inter­ ior. The “blind spot,” which means the points at which the driver’s vis­ ion in a closed car is obstructed by window frames and partiaions, is re­ duced to an inconsiderable minimum. “The public is apt to attribute* ex­ pensiveness to new departures in de­ sign, but coach models as a rule are very reasonably priced The> are quite nicely finished and as comfort­ able as other closed models. “The coach lines are a pleasing combination of streamline in the low- body construction and straight er >> SATURDAY THE BEST TOWN Marguerite Courtot a 111 a OUTLAWS OF THE SEA Pathe Comedy A Trial Will “WANTED, A STORY” Convince you MONDAY & TUESDAY C. A. K e lly Milton Sills, Anna Q. Nilsson and Robert Edson in Q u a l i t y G r o c e r •THE SPOILERS” Rex Beach’s Greatest Story 7 Phone 221 A picture you want to see \ lines in the upper part. Because of the close coupled construction there is room to include a luggage space 3 t the rear of the car. Dark colors are the favorites for coach exterior finish, in keeping with the general apeparance of simplicity. Upholstery is in lighter shades. The Durant coach is among the new models that earned instant favor at the recent closed car shows in the larger cities. It follows conventional coach lines to some extent but in many respects sets new precedents of coach design and finish. The body is built on the Durant Four chassis and reflects the Durant standard of quality recognized in other Durant models* “There have been from time to time fads for each of the vaiioas body types presented by manufactur­ ers. Some of these become per­ manent features of each year’s pro­ duction, as have the touring car, roadster, sedan and coupe, and now the coach has received the public’s endorsement to such an extent that it takes a definite place among stan- ^ ^ 1 dard motor vehicles. attending the foot-ball game at Phil­ adelphia on Thanksgiving Day. Frank McNiff, Niagara Falls Prep. School. — Mrs. Edson Potter has been spending some time with her sons in Norfolk, Va. — Mrs. Ralph W . Hoyt, has gone to Washington, D; C., where she will spend the winter. — Mr and Mrs. Calvin Russell have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hollowell in Elmira, N. Y. and are now motoring to Florida for the win­ ter. — Miss Elizabeth Cramer of Batav­ ia, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cramer and baby, of Elmira, are guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. John Cramer. — Mr. and Mrs. Thos, Davies ana daughter, Miss Frances of Glens Falls, N. Y., have been spending a week with their sister, Mrs. James Gamby, at Keuka Prak, called here by the death of their father, Mi. Chas. Pechkins. — Announcement has been made of the engagement of Mrs. H. Wilford Du Puy of Washington, D. C., daugh­ ter of Mrs. Alexander R. Thompson, of this village, and Captain George B. Steele, U. S. N. Aviator The wed­ ding will take place in Paris on Mon­ day, December the third. — Mr. S. B. Lindau spent the first of the week in Hornell, N. Y. Msis Ainah Royce, of St. Auguo- Deaths MRS. SARAH SCOTT— Aged 77 years, died at her home on Main street, on Saturday morning. No near relatives survive. The funer­ al was held on Wednesday after­ noon at 2 o’clock from the laio home, Rev. J. H. Perkins officiat­ ing. Burial in Lake View. JEROME ROGERS Forty-third Year for Reliable Merchandise, Where You Expect, and D o Get Value Received B u y you r H O L I D A Y H A N D K E R C H I E F S now ALBERT SCHOJAN — 86 years old died at his home in Jackson street, on Saturday morning after an ill­ ness of over a year. He is survived by his wife and four daughters, Mrs. Dwight Smith, Mrs. Ralpn Cole and Mrs. Charles Mac Kay and Sophia Schojan, all of Penn Yav:, and one son, Fred, of Springfield. Funeral services were held from the home at 11 o’clock on Tuesday j morning. Interment in Lake View cemetery. our display is large, and our qualities are good, _ _ _ — . ■ and the prices alw a y s right. A L a d ie s ’ and Men’s BATH good show ing of R O B E S . Y o u w ill be pleased to know that the prices are m o st reasonable. C lo s in g out our entire stock of W I N T E R COATS at lower prices. tine, Florida was called to this village by the death of Miss Sarah Scott. — Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guile and MRS. PHINEAS TYLER— 73 years, old, died at her home in Elm street on Friday evening. She leaves ner husband and one daughter, Mr.>. Charles Tyler, of Penn Yan. Fun­ eral services were held from tlm home in Elm street at 2 o’clock on Monday afternoon, with Rev. W a l­ ter Wright of the Methodist Church officiating. Interment in Branch- port cemetery. A good C R E P E S K I R T at $5.00. Some good buys in S W E A T E R C O A T S . O u r F L A N N E L N I G H T G O W N S are made room y ; we have them in several qualities. Chil­ dren’s Sleep in g G a r m e n ts and B o y s ’ Pajamas. U N D E R W E A R for you r com fort ; - R I C H L I E U — that m a n y qualities is no better. all styles in means there \ > tlv daughter are guests of relatives in Wilinington, Del., and from there will motor to Florida for the winter. — Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Cornwell, Jr., and children, of Lyons, N. Y. are Thanksgiving guests of their father Mr. Geo. R. Cornwell. — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Case, of Ham- mondsport, N. Y., are spending A G o o d C A R P E T S W E E P E R for $1.98. V: Thanksgiving with their sister, Mrs. Maurice Harrison. — Miss Blanche Kelly, of Roches­ ter, is* spending her vacation w^th her mother, Mrs. Chas. Kelly. — Miss Elizabeth McCuaig, of Ro­ chester, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCuaig. — Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Walker en­ tertained at dinner and cards last Friday evening. — Miss Ruth Williams is the Thanks-giving guest of Miss Marion Reiswig, in Utica, N. Y. — Mr. Benjamin Wharford, of New York City, has recently been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fox. COAL W e deliver any amount, any size you wish. Real Lehigh Valley coal, ask the people who have tried it out. Might cost more in the start, but cheaper in the end. Phone 51SM, Owen Hoban. N Order your personal Christmas cards now. If you wish engraved cards place your order now. W e are ready to supply your needs in this matter. The Print Craft Shop, Jacob Loading the Thanksgiving table wit hrnore than can possibly be eaten is a poor way of showing thankful­ ness. MRS. HENRIETTA KIPP— Died her home in this village on Mon­ day, aged 80 years. Mrs. Kipp w<*s born in the town of Torrey and has always lived in Yates County | She is survived by three sens, Charles, of Gorham, and Frank and ; Herbert, of Penn Yan. The fun- ; eral was held on Wednesday after- : noon, at 2 o’clock, Rev. C. K. Im- brie officiating. Burial in Bellona : cemetery 5 yard s good 36-in c h O u tin g Flannel $1. All grades in O u tin g Flan n e l. f You w ill find our prices a little lower on most everyth in g you have to buy. For Value ROGERS CHARLES R. PECKINS— 91 years olu a life long resident of Yates coun­ ty died at the home of his daugh­ ter, Mrs. James Gamby, in Keuka, Park on Friday, after an extended illness. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Gamby and j Mrs. Thomas Davis, of Glens Falls, i and one son, E. Burnett of Lake View, Idaho. Funeral services weie held on Tuesday from his daugh­ ter’s home. Interment in Lake View cemetery. Rev. Charles K. Imbrie of the Presbyterian Church officiated. Another Popular Priced New Edison ♦ Marriages BAKER— WARTERS— Frank C. Bak er and Myrtle E. Warters, both of Penn Yan were married by Rev. W. H. Wheatley at the Baptist parson- j age on Nov. 22. They will reside in ! Penn Yan. £ 5 8 * 3 8 O 2\Zs? 5100.®? Full Cabinet Diamond Point Plays All Makes of Records Best B e sure to Investigate the New ARE YOU IN DOUBT? Brown Mahogany $ 100*00 E d iso n before buying. We dem­ onstrate in you r home. As to what you will buy for the Gift? See our line of Christmas cards, writing paper, art calendars, framed mottoes, leather goods and select THE gift. THE PRINT CRAFT SHOP Jacob Street B U S H ’S M U S IC HOUSE Pianos Sewing Machines Musical Instruments • •llll rA 1 , 1 11 SILK HOSIERY SPECIAL Real Silk Hosiery in all the Newest Shades $1.25 FALL GL0 SPECIAL New Suede Gloves in strap wrist and gauntlet styles 98c. $1.25, $1.50 Your Dollars Cannot Purchase Such V alues Elsewhere COATS SMART APPAREL DRESSES S p o r t C o a t s Plaids, stripes and plain colors, At End-of-Season At Irresistible Reductions with new pockets and smart collars. Values to $24.75. Prices D r e s s e s One .lot o f dresses in Silk and t $12.75 and $18.75 W ool P l a i n a n d F u r T r i m C o a t s F A L L S K I R T S selection of very desirable styles. $16.75 and $18.75. Beautiful high Lustre Coats, with rich Fur collars and extra quality In the new Plaids and Stripes and $9.75 sport coats in Plaids and Stripes. plain styles, Prunellas, W ool Crepe, Silk Cantons and Wool Poirel $24.75 and $29.75 Serges. Twills in Tailored and Coat styles F u r T r i m m e d C o a t s $4.98 $5.98 $6.98 Values to $22.75 and $24.75 $14 Rich soft fabrics in the fashioa- S I L K B L O U S E S S i l k a n d C l o t h D r e s s e s T. s r i I V , able new colors, Viatka, Squirrel, W olf, Fox, M oufflow Fur trimmed, Canton lined. Values to $69.75—sale The new Fall shades in the popu- x l i e l i e n i ' a n o u a u c o i n u i c f v P w lar Jacquette and over Blouse styles Crepe Georgettes, Flat Crepe, Velvets. All price $4.98 $39.75 and $49.75 the newer styles represented in tlie Values to $25.00 and popular colors. F u r T r i m m e d C o a t s T A I L O R E D D I M I T Y $29.75 O f finest quality, Velvety mater­ ials, Fur trimmed with Beave*, B L O U S E S $18 Squirrel, Platinum W olf, and Fox. Smart new Tuck-ins in the Bram- A f t e m ’ n a n d E v e ’ g Dresses Values to $110.00. ley and Tuxedo styles, real $2.75 to Chiffons, Lace and Beaded models stunning new modes representing all $74.75 and $79.75 $2.98 Values new style ideas. $1.98 and $2.25 $22.75 and $29.75 Children’s. Misses’. Juniors’ Dresses 9 9 IV W o o l ____ i i , W o o l C r e p e s a n d J e r s e y s , h a n d s o m e l y e m b r o i d e r e d , r i b b o n t r i m m e d . N a v y s , B r o # G r a y s , B u f f s , T e r r a C o t t a , e t c . , a t $ 3 . 9 8 , $ 4 . 9 8 , $ 5 . 9 8 , $ 6 . 9 8 , $ 7 . 9 8 Special Notice We have decided to dis­ continue handling Aprons and house dresses, and will close out what we Brush W ool Coat Sweaters - $4.98 Brush W ool Chappie Coats, $5.98 SPECIAL Childrens’ Coats 3 to 16 years W e have Ladies Large Size Coats have at actual cost., 79c, 98c, $ 1.25 Slip-Over Sweaters, $ 1.98 $2.98, $3.98 and Skirts at Sale Prices Plain and Fur Tri mu ed Lined and Interlined. Grays,; Fawns, Browns Corduroy Rob®* Breakfast Coats Kim o n a s all wanted styles $5.98 to $12.98 All shades and all & Special,^3.98-$4.9* r

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