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Penn Yan express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1866-1926, December 20, 1923, Image 4

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P a g e Four T H E P E N N Y A N E X P R E S S . P E N N Y A N , N . Y . , T H U R S D A Y , D E C E M B E R 20, 1923. AMITY CHAPTER, O. E. S., ELECTS NEW OFFICERS of storage warehouse goods. Corner of Elm and Liberty Sts., on Table Linen, Bedding, Chairs, Dinjng Room Suites, Cook Stoves, Silverware, Amity Chapter, 0. E. S„ held in the At the annual election of officers of Dressers, Rockers, Rugs, Heaters, rooms in the Masonic Temple on De- Beds, Commodes, Hall Racks, Car-, ceinber 12th, Eva_ Perry _was chosen pets, Hampers, in fact, everything foi the home. STATE OF NEW YORK, County Clerks Office: Notice js hereby given that Yates Worthy Matron. Other officers elect­ ed were: Worthy patron, Louis Meade; Associate matron, Clara Beardslee; treasurer, Carrie Kirkpat­ rick; secretary, Clara Meade; con- on Dwarf Trees Dwarf apples have no place in the commerical orchards of New York State when compared with the stand­ ard sorts, according to the findings of the horticulturists at the Agricul­ tural Experiment Station at Geneva, altho the advantages claimed for dv/arf trees are such as will appeal Co the amateur grower with a small u □ □ Wednesday, December 26th, 1923, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, a panel of trial jurors will be drawn at this of­ fice to serve at a trial term of the County Court, to be held in and for the County of Yates, at the Court House, in the village of Penn Yan, on Monday the 14th day of January, 1924. FRANK R. DURRY Clerk. : ductress, Ida Tallman; associate con- , ,, 1 i ductress, Anna Schrow. The newly g,arl en sP ^ e , while the weaknesses elected officers will be installed by ° f nVniatUr? b,'®eS re\ d<T th?P Past Patron E. G. Hopkins at a meet- unflt for lar^e Plantings, declare the ing January 9. •* i Glycerine Mixture Died for Gas Smple glycerine, buckthorn bark, etc., as mixed jn Adlerika, helps any case gas on the stomach in TEN min­ utes. Most medjcines act only on low­ er bowel but Adlerika acts on BOTH upperand lower bowel and removes all passes and poisons. Brings out matter you never thought was in your system. Excellent for obstinate constipation. Guards against appen­ dicitis. BordwelVs Inc. Main & Elm St. — adv. Thieves entered the slaughter house of Hugo Bristol on Flat street on Friday night of last week and stole two rifles belonging to Bristol. The State Troopers and local authori­ ties are working on the case. tti The East Wind” Mah Jongg racks for sale at this office. JOHN GRADY — Aged 63 years died at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium on Friday, November 30th, after an illness of several weeks. Mr. Grady had ben a resident of Pulteney for many years. He is smvived by hjs wife, Katherine Grady; one daugh­ ter, Mrs. Nellie McConnell, of Prattsbui gh; one son, William C., of Syracuse: three sisters Mrs. Elizabeth Meade, of Penn Yan; Mrs. John O'Hara, of Rochester, and Mrs. Anna Wills, of St. Louis, Mo., also by three brothers, Michael of Jerusalem;'Janies and Edward of Penn Yan. The funeral was held on Tuesday mornjag, December 11th at St. Michael’s church, with inter­ ment in St. Michael’s cem e len. fruit specialists. Due to the fact that the dwarf trees take less space, | a greater variety of fruit can be i grown in the garden or small orchard than where standard-sized trees are grown. Dwarf apples also make at- if properly are just as healthy and vigorous as normal trees and produce fruit o f ; Q the same size and quality. In America, dwarfing is usually j Q accomplished by grafting cions o r ! n cuttings from standard varieties on some root-stock which dwarfs the top. It is usually necessary to resort to summer pruning as well to secure true dwarfs. On the Station grounds, the standard trees are grown on the so-called French Crab stock which is widely used in America. For dwarf­ ing purposes Doucin and French Par­ adise stock have been used, with a slight advantage in favor of the Dou­ cin stock. Trees grown on the French Paradise stock are true dwarfs, how­ ever, while those on Doucin stock are j □ only half dwarf. Dwarf apples come ! Q into bearing slightly earlier than do Give Her a New Sewing Machine ONE CENT A WflS Advertising under this ing accepted at the h«ad. 25 words for 25 cents.^ for Her Present □ □ less than 25 cents. No □ □ □ □ □ □ What could be more acceptable to the Lady of the □ □ FOR SALE—Moss’s Jers*, x Giant Cockerels, pure breJ A* M. Hey, Penn WANTED—M an to work f shares. Inquire F. T. Ban cji \10 l □ □ House than a First C lass Sew ing M a chine W e carry at all times the largest and best stock in □ 8 Hamilton St. t- <y tliis section. □ □ On ter Doub lision fly” I Dr. I was i Jame truck Yan. tractive ornamentals, , _ cared for, and thus add to their use- standard apples, but the difference □ fninocc nlnntimr For c-nm- in this respect is not sufficient to i u the dwarf The Eldredge Spool □ □ HOG SKINNING—Prices rea* Lee Thomas, Branchport**&»!.. with Phone 8F1-3 M of th geth< V FOR SALE Cow, fulness for home planting. For com mercial plantings, however, dwarf make trees any more trees lack hardiness, are subject to desirable commercially. „ 77 Sewing Machine is the latest and best machine winter-killing, are easily uprooted by wind, tend to produce suckers in abundance, and are no more produc­ tive than the standard kinds which do not possess these undesirable traits, it is said. * □ □ made today. There are no bobbins to wind, but a D 1 □ How Dwarfing Is Done Full Gospel Meeting 7 freshen May 1st; 10 quartl*. ftl god family cow; broke to a A S. McDermott Bluff Point p --------- \ WANTED — Reliable party ^ sell Hart (Over Whitehouse Bakery) Prayer meeting, Friday, 7:45 P. M. Gospel Service, Saturday 8:00 P. M. Children's Bible School, Sunday, 10:30 A. M. □ □ whole spool of thread is inserted in place of shuttle, and a rotating hook carries the upper thread around Reinforced *(vk Stave Silos in this section ?*• 1, h ately Mr Arlei the i Doul hom< ed u repa □ □ the spool thereby doing away with a shuttle also. □ □ lent product and liberal co t S. Har Inc. Batavia, N. Y. sions. Write forrest S. Harter Irtr> H ofouio W Y v/ Dt Orel S The dry goods stores of the village “ Dwarf trees are trees which by ! will be open on Friday, Saturday and various means have been made to i Monday evenings. grow smaller than normal trees of , ---------- ♦ ---------- the same variety,” say the Station j. Yellow Taxi — Phone 158. □ □ The price of this up-to-date machine is no more □ □ Famous Lewis than ordinary shuttle sewing machirfes. FOR SALE Cheese. 5 lb. size $2; 10 ness □ □ W e sell N e w H o m e , Singer, W h ite and □ □ $4. Call G H. Spencer 61 p’fl k -;™-, ei t ? 11 h C. J. Kipp 61 F 11 08m im p roved N e w W ilso n fo r $ 5 0 and up* □ □ n n □ □ Time Tables Railway, Trolley and Bus NORTHERN CENTRAL Northbound Southbound Ex. .. 6:36 A. M. Ex. .. 8:32 A. M. Ex. . 12:13 P. M. Ac. .. 2:08 P. M. Ac. .. 2:41 P. M. Ac. .. 7:07 P. M. Ex. .. 7:07 P. M. Ex. .. 9:13 P. M. SUNDAYS Ac. .. 6:36 A. M. Ac. .. 2:08 P. M. Ex. . 12:13 P. M. Ex. .. 9:13 P. M. NEW YORK CENTRAL 7:12 a. m. (daily, except Sunday) connect- At a meeting attended by about ninety-five members of the Penn Yan Grange held in the Masonic Temple onFriday evening Louis E. Smith was chosen master for the ensuing year, j □ Other officers elected are: Overseer, Benjamin Hoyt; lecturer Florence Fullagar; steward, Perry D. Hender­ son; assistant steward, Melville R. a ekeeper, Irwin Pulver; treasurer, Gardner; Chaplain, Maude Sutton; ^ James F. Sutton; secretary, Thomas Rector, Ceres, Bessie Hoyt; flora, ry Watkins; Pomona Lillian Adair; § lady assistant steward Harriet v v .i-, shire; trustee for three years, M. L. Spooner. The installation of officers wjll take place on Friday, January 11th, when State Lecturer Fred J. Freestone wll act as installing officer. n i U sed m a chines on hand at $ 1 0 up. Seeley says □ FURNITURE FOR SALBUJW ing,' upholstering, wood turSj Calhoun and Fames, 20? ^ street* * I D □ □ □ □ □ □ □ BUSH’S MUSIC HOUSE ■ WANTED—Old papers, rags, rnk old iron, metal. Good pric$f Rothman. 548 Liberty St, Yan. Phone 192-W. □ □ A The LAST CALL the □ □ □ □ Penn Yan □ □ f □ □ □ •> • 5 □ □ □ □ ; bjaeDDBeiHBnDaeDDHBaDDHBDDeenaaanDaenDBErinBauDaaDDBeDnaD □ I W ANT— To buy a farm and to yard, or Vineyard. Write and* me what you have, also W and price. Seward Iieech. jy monusport, R. D. No. 2. LOST □ BanaanDBBDDBBnn □ BDDBBnnBBDDBBnDBEnnBBDnBBnaBBDDBBDD LJ n □ □ □ □ □ □ □ a □ 7:00 south. p. m. (daily, except Sunday) connect- □ ing at Dresden with trains north and Q south. □ 4:50 p. m. (daily, except Sunday) no con- □ □ nection at Dresden. Saturday Only, 12:05 p. m., connecting at I □ Dresden with trains north and south. | D Arrive at Penn Yan 8:30 a. m. from north and south. AN INVITATION! □ □ Saturday Only. 1:11 p. m. from Dresden □ You are invited to connecting with train from south. □ 2:30 p. m., combination leaving Dresden at D □ □ □ □ at 1:45. 5:52 p. m. from Dresden only. 8:05 p. m., from north and south Sunday . n Leave 9:15 a. m., connecting at Dresden LJ with train south. U Leave 5:20 p. m. connecting at Dresden with y train north. ‘ u Arrive 10:20 a. m. from north. Arrive 6:20 p. m. from south. becom e a member of o u r ' PENN YAN & LAKE SHORE (Trolley) Leave Penn Yan A. M. 6:45 9:00 10:40 P. M. 12:20 2:10 3:45 5:30 *7:15 **9:15 Leave Branchport A. M. 7:30 9:50 11:30 P. M. 1:10 3:00 4:40 G.2U □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ CHRISTMAS CLUB FOR . . 9 2 4 □ □ D D □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ D □ □ □ □ 3 □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ Save! Save! Save! □ □ □ a □ □ □ □ □ a □ □ □ □ on yo u r □ □ □ □ □ □ S u its, O’coats □ □ □ □ □ G □ □ a □ H a t s , Ties J □ □ □ □ .. Select Your Shell-rimmed spectacles, J Liberty Street, and tween College on Friday evening. 5 finder kindly ’phone Express ( fice. CJ1 □ □ □ □ □ □ □ MUTUA REALTYCO I BULLETIN As you would □ □ your Gifts □ □ WE HAVE CUSTOMERS □ □ G ranulated Sugar, pure cane, per lb. 9 l - 2 c □ □ l a □ Hose, U n d er □ □ N u t O leo, lb. 2 7 c s □ □ a □ a N e sco C o ffee, lb. - 3 3 c □ □ waiting for property. If y(a have a small place or a hornet town that you will sell for whi it is worth, come in and we wifi supply a buyer. FOR SALE In Town C . o f H . M a y o n n a ise, pts 4 5 c □ □ w e a r, M ufflers □ □ Shredded C o c o a n u t, lb. 2 0 c □ □ □ □ Sunny M o n d a y Soap, 6 bars - □ □ Peanut B r ittle, lb. □ □ □ □ □ . . . ff 8*1? SUNDAY PASSENGER SCHEDULE Leave Penn Yan, 8:50, 10:30 A. M. . 12:15, 2:15. 4:15 and *0:00 P. M. | □ Leave Branchport, 9:35, 11:15 A. M. 1:10. 3:15 and 5:15 P. M. *To Branchport, if ‘ passengers **Saturdays Only, if passengers This Time is not guaranteed ff Saturdays Only THE BOOKS ARE OPEN □ □ □ □ □ a a □ etc. □ □ N e p tune Sardines, 2 fo r □ □ □ □ M ince M e a t, 2 fo r 2 5 c □ □ 7 rooms and bath, $3200. R ibbon Candy, lb. □ □ 10 room house with all im provements. Bath upstairs, td let down. Hot water heat, fu- ished floors, electricity, three porches, quarter acre lot, fiat well of water, large garda J>arn for two cars. Priced lw at $4500. Part cash, room house on w JOIN NOW □ D □ □ □ □ □ □ □ z □ □ National E c o n o m y Stores Co. □ □ □ □ □ z □ □ □ u C □ □ IS FOR SALE □ □ Penn Y a n , N. Y . □ □ □ BBDnBBaDBBDDBBDCIBBaDBBDDBBnGBBODBBDGBBGDBBGGBBDGBBa Nice 7 proved street. Has toilet, water, electricity, and new furnace Very large lot. A good hom for a little money. Only $320i Small payment down and hi nnce on easy terms if desired PENN YAN—GENEVA Auto Bus C C Geneva-Penn Yan Trans. Co. Leave Leave Penn Y an Geneva A. M. A. M. \9:00 8:30 41:15 11:15 P. M. P. M. 2:15 2 : 0 0 4:45 5:00 Saturday 7:15 9:30 A. M. A. M. Sunday 9:45 8:30 11:30 „ P. M. P. M. 2:45 4:30 7:15 8:30 Holidays same as Sunday schedule. Subject to change without notice. SAVONA - • DUNDEE — PENN YAN Auto Bus Snyder A Rexford. Props. Dally Except Sunday North Savona 8 : 0 0 a. m. *6:50 p. r Bradford 8:30 a. m. 7:20 p. r Tyrone 9:00 a. m. Dundee 9:30 a. m. 1:15 p. r South Bradford 7:10 a. m. 6 : 0 0 p. r c □ The Citizens Bank c □ □ L C C □ □ of Penn Yan □ □ □ □ A t low prices: Two Show □ □ □ □ □ P □ □ □ 3 □ cases Cash Register 9 Safe □ a □ □ WISHING □ □ Check W riter, T y p e w r iter 9 □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ n B Counters and 1 0 0 ft. Shelving YOU □ □ H a ll’s C a tarrh M e d icin e □ □ Tyrone Dundee Penn Yan 6:45 a. m. 5:30 p. m. 5:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m. ff 11:15 * For Tyrone only, ff For Dundee only Connects at Savona with Corning-Bath line and Rochester division of the Erie. At Penn Yan with Geneva Bus line and Penn­ sylvania R. R. Those who are in a \run down\ condi­ tion will notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are in good health. This fact proves that, while Catarrh is a local disease, it is greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. H ALL’S CATARRH M E DICINE con­ sists of an Ointment which Quickly Relieves by local application, and the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which assists in improving the General Health. Sold by druggists for over 40 Years. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. □ □ □ □ FRANK SEELEY □ B MERRY CHRIST MAS □ a □ □ Penn Y an □ □ Saying Merry X-mas with Concrete block double withl rooms and bath on each sidt Sound proof wall between. Eati side completely equipped mti- all modern improvements. Oi ner is away and so has prittfl it very low. / COUNTRY PROPERTY □ □ a few last-minute Special Values □ □■BDDBBnDBBDDBBDnBBDDBBnDBBDDBBdnBBnnBBnDBBDDBBIBDDBe* all in H olly Gift B o x e s □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ a □ □ □ a □ □ □ □ □ Things Good to Eat □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ Stationery in beautiful Gift Boxes, 35c to $2.85 □ □ □ □ Jones Dairy Far Sausage □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ SIS H □ S o P a Kodaks and Cameras A gift suitable for any □ L i p Pm member of the □ Blue Ribbon Sausage, Bacon □ | § □ family a □ and Daisy Hams □ □ S O $2.50 snd up g Arm our's Star Hams □ □ B n □ □ D □ □ □ □ Bacon and □ □ D O B □ Thermos Bottles Toilet Sets Mavis Sets, Jonteel Sets, Djer Kiss Sets, Mary Garden Sets and others, from 75c up Leather Goods Bill Folds, Manicure Rolls, □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ n □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ Silk Hose, all shades, . . $1.25-$1.50-$1.75-$1.98 Silk G ift Blouses, Fall shades and styles .... $4.98-$5.98 Tailored Dim ity Waists, Bramley and Tuxedo styles $2.50 Stylish Suede Gloves, all shades, all styles . . $1.00-$1.25-$1.50 Imported Beaded Bags, special . • . $3.00 and $5.00 Jersey Silk Petticoats, sp e c ia l........................$3.98 Tourist Cases, etc. $1.00 and up Handsome Silk S c a r fs .................... ................. $3.98 CHEESE-ALL KINDS m o □ □ and Lunch Boxes G i S T o T G i m n □ □ □ l o m e □ lc Just the right gift for the □ Imported Swiss {=j Edam, Pine Apple, Philadel- g I □ □ B e □ a man who carries his Perfumes and for All who write Toilet Waters dinner. □ O a □ □ - phia Cream, Roquefort, □ | g Pimento- Camembert. □ u □ □ $1.00 and up R e m i n d t o n A \ large and beautiful v i Porta assortment to select from g American Full Cream. □ □ D O D %T Q N. mild cheese. Y. State, a very rich, o D D □ „ □ Nippy for those that want g a old cheese. ' DID D a a a a □ □ Chocolates Safety Razors Ivory □ 3 □ 3 in Gift Packages, from A fine gift for the man who Separate Ivory Pieces of all kinds and Patterns 3 3 □ D D D D D D D If you want full ' B c cream, c try our N. Y. State. D D D D 65c up shaves at home*. Sets from 59c up 35c and up D D D D _ D O □ Oysters, large, fat and juicy g £ PROUTY & RAPALEE D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D □ D D D D D D □ D □ □ □ D D □ P D D □ P D P Pretty Silk Under Vests, pink-blue-lavender $1.25 Silk Ribbon Novelties . ........... 50c-75c-$1.00-$1.25 7 rooms, barn, 1 acre K $1600. 4 1-2 acres, 8 room honfc barn, $3600. 15 acres vineyard, 7 roet house, barn $5500. 40 acre fruit farm, fair boM ings, $4000. 43 acre fruit and ganb# farm, good buildings, $2500. 50 acre general farm, fw buildings, $1800. 56 acre fruit or general fu* good buildings, $3700. 62 acre fruit and geDCW farm, fine buildings, $7500. 60 acre general farm, f6ir buildings, $2500. 68 acre general farm, buildings, $6800. 2 acre chicken farm loca^ at village line. Good 7 ro^ house with improvements. garden, garage, and Brooder house with room 1500 chicks, hen house for F hens. Priced right. 3-4 acre place at Keuka Room for two families. Bat* furnace, electricity. Barn 20# Might exchange for farm. 3-4 acre place near 1 Infants’ fancy k n itw e a r .............. $1.00 and $1.50 Ladies’ Brushed W o o l Coat Sweaters $5.00 □ D n U □ □ D A. MAC KAY CO. □ a □ a a a B a “ T he Drug Store 99 Gifts for any member of the house . □ □ □ D □ O a a □ a a m DDDDanDDDDaODDDDDDDDDDDDDO □□□□DDDaCJDOCIDDdDDDDaaDODDDaDDDDDOaDDaaDOODDDDDDDDaDDD.DDDDDaDO IDDDDODaDDDDDDDODDCr 3 Childrens’ W inter Coats .. $6.75-$8.50-$10-$12.50 Childrens’ W ool D r e s s e s ............ $3.98-$4.98-$6.98 Ladies’ Fall Dress Skirts $3.98-$4.98-$5.98 Ladies Silk and W ool Dresses * . * $9.75 to $18.75 LadiesCoats, special p r ice s .......... $14.50 to $49.75 small village. Good 7 ^ house. Large new barn. ^ of fruit. Will sell the place for less than value of ^ barn. On Dundee State Road. acres of good land. Fair bo#* ings. Ill health has put \ price very low. 109 acre orchard and farm, good buildings, $8500- 114 acre vineyard and farm, fine buildings, $8500 rtf These places are all W<L the price asked for them- J* can arrange terms to suit ^ responsible buyer. If y011^ not find what you want iu ^ list, we have many more. in and tell us. We’ll do ^ rest. Coats January Prices W e SELL Real Est# Phone 543 3 Arcade Dresses January P E N N Y A N t NOTICE OF ANNUAL ME6 OF STOCKHOLDERS Prices Handsome leather writing cases. Suitable for the business womans trained nurse, professional woman, or the^man who' travels, also for the ordinary individual who likes to have the writing materials compact. Erices reasonable. Street, Are you a prospect for a Moore Pen? Belshazzar saw the writing on the wall and quit cold. No need for you to do t^at. Take a Moore Pen in your hand and stimulate your thoughts. Moore ePns in all sizes Print Craft Shop, Jacob and styles. The ideal Christmas gift. Print Craft Shop, Jacob Street., gt* \ The Annual Meeting of the Yates Lumber,#) holders of the ***.w«- r pany will be held at the offy the Company, in the Village oi vef Yan, County of Yates, State oi York, on the 27th day of Dejf* 1923, at 2:30 o'clock, P. M., ^ ft purpose of electing six Direct® ^ the ensuing year, and for the 1 y action of such other business ts y properly come before the Polls will remain open for onjLg, ARNOLD J. POTyf Secr^ 2 wks. / i , i . . . — if . - l „ r I '7 T >' . - 1 I A

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