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1 » z» i- • * ‘ ♦ ■ i % % /1 V - I l l ! *' * Page Tw o AUCTION. Auction—E. C. Gillett will hold a sale of his personal farm property at his lam, l mile east of Penn Van on the Penn Van-Dresden road on Fri­ day, February 2ft, 1926, beginning at l u clock. Gwl* DON’T WORK ■ - - - ■ .so lmrd digging np good things, just, read the “ Classi­ fied A iV ’ columns in the ( 'hroniele-Express. There are good bargains a’pi on tv here for i > i • yon. W. C. Tteed, of (leneva, after trying several other methods of selling his farm in Benton, all of\ Avhieh proved futile, placed an ad in these columns for throe weeks. Two days after its first appearance In- sold the farm— tins, a direct result of his ad in the Chron­ icle-Express. Ph ones: M ISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE For Sale—Stores at Nos. 1 and 3 Main St. John L. Ackley. (>w2 For Sale—Ford roadster, starter, $60. _E. M. Scherer & Son. _____ Owl For Sale—Seasoned hickory wood. Harry Twitched, Rushviile. 6 w l* her bale—Chestnut grape stakes and fence posts. Phone 4G-F-24. 4w3* For Sale- built. E. M. Scherer & Son. Used tractor, completely re­ ft wl For Sale— 1024 touring, $1(55; A-l con- dition. E. M. Scherer & Son. ftwl For Sale—Good Portland cutter. Phone 2G9-W or call at 134 Stark Avenue. ft w 1 * Baby Carriage, nearly as good as new. reasonable. Call evenings, 208 Lake _SU ______ C\v 2 * For Sale—Young dog. Ill 287-R. A $ Penn Yan 123 Rushviile 24-Y-l Stanley 9-Y-21' full*blood Airedale Chestnut Street. Phone ftwl* For Sale Cheap — \ 10-foot vegetable and fruit display fixture. Public Market. 50tf ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ —■.» — For Sale — Ton truck, stake body, closed cab, cheap. E. M. Scherer & Son. ftwl For Sale—Good two-horse bobs, me­ dium weight. Louis A. Cheney, R. _JX_].Himrod. _________________ ftw 2 For Sale—Hickory wood, foot long, $4.50 per cord. Purdy Coal Co. Don’t wait, ’phone 1-18. Gtf Hard Wood for sale; also all kinds of trucking done reasonably. P. Jen- sen, phone 34-F-4.____________Gw2* For Sale—3 nearly new Brunsxvick- Balke pool tables complete with equipment. E. L. Geer. 52tl ... *..• . i For Sale— 1000 hand power .washing machine and wringer, A-l condition. Phone 239-M. A. H^Burns. ____ Gtf __ For Sale—An Andes kitchen range and a square oak dining table. Mrs. Alice Tomion, Rushviile. ftw 1$! <«> ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » C L A S S I F I E D A D S 7c a line each week, If charged If Cash Accompanies Order 7c a line for one week 6 c a line for two consecutive weeks 6 c a line for three or more con­ secutive weeks A llow live words to one line Minimum charge five lines Postage charged for mailed replies v ♦ MISCELLANEOUS Wanted—Work by day. Keuka street. Wanted man. Van. Inquire 103 Gw 2* Work by the year as tenant George Keefer, R. D. 7, Penn Phone 44-F-12. Gwl For Sale—Concord roots, one year, No. I. E. B. Castner, Dundee, R. D. No. 1. Phone Penn Yan 1G-F-4. Gw 8 * For Sale— Portland top cutter in good shape, newly painted. S. G. Gage, _Penn Van, No. 9._ CaH_35-F-3^5w3* Hupmobile Touring Car, excellent con­ dition. Cheap for cash. Inquire 210 East Elm St. Phone No. 329-M. __________________ j>w l*_ For Sale—Two new sets of heavy Sloughton bob sleighs for less than cost. Fitzwater’s Hardware, Branch- port. ____ Gwl For Sale—Two\\390-egg Prairie- State incubators, good condition. G. V. Er- hardt, Penn Van, R. D. 5. Phone 41-F-23. 5\.v2 Wanted—Family of all adults wants to rent house or flat in good local- ity._ Apply _G, t.his_office. ______ Gtf Wanted rag Old iron, papers, metals, , rubbers, etc. Walter J. Cal­ houn, 226 Keuka_St_Phone 159. lOlf Wanted to Rent—By April first or be­ fore, small house with modern im­ provements, two adults in family, inquire L, this office. Gw4* Wanted— Position by bookkeeper with two years’ experience; can give very good references. Address X. Y. care Chronicle-Express. 50w2* Call 239-M and let me explain to you about the Oliver oil burner. It will solve your fuel troubles. Burns, agent, Penn Yan. We A. II. 5 w4 * have buyers waiting for your property. If you want quick action list with us. Write, ’phone or call now. Mutual, 3 Arcade. ____ 5w3* Wanted—Old paper, rags, rubber, old iron, metal. Good prices. L. Roth­ man, 548 Liberty St., Penn Yan. Phone 192-W. 5w4* A House with all improvements, with garage, wanted by a young couple to rent; can give good references. Inquire at this office. Gwl* Washing ■— Automobiles washed and oiled, also tires repaired, but not vulcanized, Clifford W. Church, Par­ ish Garage, Elm street, phone 207. 4 w 3 For Sale-—Yellow Dent seed corn, free from corn borer, $3 for 5G pounds. S. G. Gage, Route No. 9. Call Penn Yan 35-F-3. Gwl O For Sale*—Two second-hand 240-egg Prairie State incubators, good as new. Harry E. Wilkins, South Ave. Phone 14G-W. Gw 2* For Sale— Used Fordor sedan, driven very little, substantial reduction. Will take open car in trade. E. M. Scherer '& Son. ___ _ ____ Gwl For Sale—b-fiat Couturier cornet, sil­ ver plated, gold bell, high and low pitch, good as new. Frank Ballard, IS9 South Avenue. Gwl For Sale—Hay, first cutting alfalfa, al­ so straw in the stack; also fresh lard. Stanley, N, Y. Phone 16-F-l l. 5w2* A Stanton Secor, R. F. D. 3, For Sale quantity of second growth chestnut grape stakes now ready. Phone 5-F-23. Peter Morten- sen, Penn Yan, route 4. Gw2 For Sale—Seasoned.cedar fence posts, 20c; also grape stakes, 10c. At Pot­ ter. A. B. Smith, Middlesex, N. Y. Phone 12-F-32, Rushviile, N. Y. 5w4* Rugs Cleaned—9x12, $1.25. All kinds of carpets cleaned at any time, Or­ ders called for and delivered. Phone 153-R. Lew Blakcslee, 110 Monell street. _____ _ _____ _ ______ 47tf Wanted—Housework or work by hour, between 9 a. m. and 4 p. m., In Penn Yan or vicinity. Address A-2, care of Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N. Y. __________________ Gwl* Farm Wanted—Would like to list sev­ eral good vineyard farms. Also farms with lake frontage. F. S. Brownlee, Realtor, Geneva Trust Co. Bldg., Geneva, N. Y. We Pay best prices for paper, maga­ zines, old rags, iron and metals. We do local or long distant trucking. Give us a call. Tony Just, 118 Franklin St. Phone 579-M. 5w4* 3wG L I V E S T O C K W A N T E D W anted—Poultry Will call for the: phone 3-F-4. and veal calves, i. John Monaghan, 43t£ Wanted—Live stock, also poultry, at all times. Phone 38-Y-21. Clarence B oyce^Stanley, _______________ 28tf Wanted—Live poultry every week, will call for them. Arthur Watkins, Stanley phone 4-Y-2L _____ 2,iv4*tf Wanted—Fat lambs, hogs, new milch cows and fat cattle. John 35tf Monaghan, phone 3-F-4. Wanted—At Gorham staTion Saturday, February 13th, veal calves. Price 13 cents. Clarence Boyce. ftwl Wanted—To buy one good cow. fresh and T. B. tested; Gevnsey preferred. Win. Thomas, R. D. 10, Penn Yan, N._Y. ____ ___ ______ _ _ ftwl* Wanted—Highest cash price paid for veal calves. Will call for them. P. 11. & B. H. Flynn. Penn Yan, N. Y., R._i). ft, phone 7-F-3, _______ 5w4 Live Stock Wanted at Hall Station Saturday forenoon, Jan. 30. Best veals, 13c. Thomas Haslett, Hall, N. V., Stanley phone 3-F-21. ________ 4eowS* V/anted—Poultry and” eggsT If \you want to sell for the highest market price, call J. H. Kipp, Rushviile 2 2 -F-ll; also calves, hogs and lambs. aat.f , For Sale—100 bushels of corn on the ear, also corn and bean fodder, also yellow drop seed coin. Roy Cham­ bers, Penn Yan, R. D. G. Phone 7-F-21. __________ _ ________ _ __ Gwl ^ For Sale—Tudor sedan, driven less than 500 miles, big reduction. Here is a new car at a used-car price. It will pay you to see this car. E. M. Scherer_& Son. _____________ Gwl For Sale—Power washer with one- horsepower air-cooled engine, shift­ ing bells and pulleys, in good con­ dition; also folding cabinet bath tub. Call Stanley lft-F-3. Gwl* For Sale— 1 Winchester high poxver re­ pealing rifle, practically new; 1 Johnson twin cylinder motor for boat. Write or inquire 31 Bigelow avenue, Dundee, N. Y. _______ Gw2 For Sale— 1921 Ford sedan, good con­ dition, practically new tires, $125; also 1920 Reo speed wagon, express body, $250. Emil Peterson, Bluff Poi nt. Ph one 45;F-2. ________ G w 1 For Sale—Old-style auto radiators forT Bnick 4, Buick G, Chandler ft, Paige, Ford, Chevrolet, Overland. Studebak- er, Dodge and Case. W. J. Calhoun, 22G Keuka St.- Phono 159. __5w4*_ Alpha Seed Barley, Victory Seed Oats, extra heavy yielding grains and clean seed. Send me your order soon. Recorded Hampshire sheep. Thomas Haslett, Hall, N. Y. 4\vl7* For Sale— 8 -horsepower gasoline en­ gine, International bolting saw and frame, drag, saxv, buggy pole, Whit­ field make; grinder, 8 -in. rings; 100 ft. horse fork rope, nearly new; 20 bushels pea beans, 3% bushels me­ dium clover seed, tested 99% pure. B. N. Botsford, R. I). 3, Penn Yan. Phone 94-F-ft. G\v2* L O S T A N D F O U N D Lost—Between Canandaigua and Penn Yan, license plate No. ft J 33-93. B. E. Fox, Canandaigua, N. Y., R. D. G. 5w2 . - .. $50.00 Radios Only $25.00 Now at Corcoran’s closing out sale. ft w 1 . Lost—Tuesday on Main Street, pair black shell rimmed glasses, in black leather case. Finder please return to this o f f i c e . ______ ______Gwl Lost—In Grange Hall, night of instal­ lation, fountain pen with gold band, initials M. E. S. Finder kindly leave at this office and receive rexvard. Gwl* Bertha Luoko, a 10-year-old girl liv­ ing near VanEtten, fell on a pitchfork recently, the tines penetrating her ab­ domen. She uvas operated on at the Packer Hospital in Sayre, and her con­ dition is reported as good. ------- 4 ------- Pierce & Bickford, architects, of El­ mira, have been engaged' to draft plans and specifications for the proposed Ontario county almshouse to cost $ 2 0 0 , 0 0 0 . ■ • - ■ $25.00 Radiola Speakers REAL ESTATE FOR SALE For Sale— House and lot on Keuka St., No. 119. A. Gridley, Arcade, Penn Yan. Phone .184. _________ Gtf For Sale—50-acre farm, or rent, or will exchange for village property. Ad­ dress O, Citizens Bank. 5w3* For Sale or Rent— Good 100-acre farm bec.veen Gorham and Rushviile, one mile from Granger market. Phone Stanley 5-V-l 1. Gwl* i ► i \ i i 7-room house, with improvements and large lot, on East Elm St., good gar­ den; priced at $2,800, with $800 down payment; balance on mortgage. Mu­ tual, 3 _ A r c u d e . ________ 5w3* For Safe—7-room house in Milo Cen­ ter, barn, three-quarters acre of land, good spring, all kinds of fruit, close to school and church. D. H. Clark, 140 K. Elm St. 6w4* — — • » *—. . — i » • . . . _ — . 9 Rooms and Bath on Lake Street, all modern improvements, good place for rooms, or would make a double; immediate possession; low at $4,200; part cash. Mutual, 3 Arcade. 5w3* For Sale—House and lot at Branch- port. Fine opportunity to obtain a home for a very small sum. Sale necessary to close an estate. Ad­ dress Orha Burlch, executor. 5w3 Fine Modern Home, centrally located, with steam heat, gas, electricity and finished floors, small garden; priced at only $5,800; small payment down, balance easy terms. Mutual, 3 Ar­ cade. 5 v 3 * Only $300 in Cash, balance on easy terms, takes a dandy little place near town. Extra good 8 -room house, new barn, shop, garage, hen­ house. Lots of fruit. A real buy. Mutual, 3 Arcade. G\v3* Farm for Sale or Rent—Farm of 96 acres, in Italy Hollow, well watered, electric lighted buildings, in good shape. A good poultry farm. In­ quire of Mrs. Lena A. Fox, Naples, _ n -_Y.,_R. F. D. 7. ____________ 3w_4*_ G Rooms and Bath, in very good con dition, with modern improvements Very large lot. Garden, garage and lots of fruit. Hen-house for 50 chickens. Price and terms reason­ able. Mutual, 3 Arcade. 6w3* Fruit and Poultry Farm. 5 acres, all tillable. 1 acre apples, lots of other fruit. Very good 6 -room house, good barn and 2 -story garage. 10 minutes from town on macadam. Only $\2 500. Small pay-ment down. Mutual, 3 Arcade, 6w3* e — m ^ p p — . Here Is Another Cheap Place— Dandy small house, with electricity and water, good barn, chicken house and garden; extra large lot; on macadam and trolley line; close to lake; only '$1,100, half cash. Come quickly. Mu­ tual, 3 Arcade. 5w 3* One of the Finest 6 -room houses in Penn Yan, with every modern con* venience. Fireplace, steam heat, with low radiators. Oak floors, beautiful fixtures throughout. Pri­ vate porch, laundry trays and hot water system in cellar. Large lot and garden. Shown by appointment only. Mutual, 3 Arcade. 6w3* Farm for Sale—Eighty-acre , farm, known as the John Carr or Gauge place. Located about one mile northeast of Middlesex, New York, on main highway. Good barn, all well fenced, small wood lot, no house. Will sell cheap to cash buy­ er. If interested, Avrite Will IT. Donnell, Box 1087, Asheville, N. C. 1 Auction— Arthur J. Nichols will hold i an auction at his farm 2 1/-o miles north of Legg’s Corners and 5 miles northeast oi Penn Yan on Wednes­ day, February 24, 1926, begfnning at . 12 o’clock. See list of articles next week. __ _ ___ ___________ Gwl* , Auction—The undersigned uvifl sell at public auction at Ins farm one mile | north of Belloua and ti miles south ; of Geneva on the Pre-emption road Thursday, February i 8 Ui, beginning i . at, 1 2 o’clock sharp, the following described property: Extra good’ pan* gray mares, 1 and 8 years oni, weigm 3 UUU; pair bay mare and horse, ft and 7 years old, weight 2400; Guern­ sey cow, 5 years, old, fresh in April; Guernsey cow, ft years old, fresh- in February; Guernsey cow, 3 years old, irosn in. February; Guern$ey heifer, 2 years o 1 di> fresh in May; 2 Guernsey cows, 2 years old,, fresh; Black Jersey, 3 years .old, fresh; Durham cow, 7 years old, fresh, in April; 5 Guernsey heifers,. bred to come in between July and October; 2 fat hogs,'2o Barred Rock hens; Fordson tractor, nearly neuv; Mc­ Cormick binder, Syracuse plow, Mc­ Cormick mower, Leroy bean puller, McCormick hay rake, grain .drill, Durham steel roller, Stoughton wag­ on, nearly new wagon oox, buzz saw, cabbage rack, Planet Jr. 2 row cultivator, New Hero cutting box, . set ol new/ wagon springs, t-niieu States cream separator, churn, Buck­ eye incubator, milk cans, 14 feet of line shall, quantity of pulleys aim belting and other articles too nu­ merous to mention. ALFRED W. HOLTBY. ED. BLACK, Auctioneer. ARTHUR NICHOLS, Clerk. Gwl* Auction—Having decided to discontin­ ue farming, 1 will sell at my resi­ dence on what is known as the Em- bree farm, IV 2 miles south ol! Dres-: den and % mile northeast of Milo Co-operative on the Dresden-Himrod' road, on Monday, February 15, 1926,; commencing at 12 m. sharp, the fol-, lowing described property: Five 1 heavy extra-good horses: Bay geld mg, 12 years old, 1400 gelding, 14 yrs., 1450 lb: ing 10 yrs., 1400 lbs.; black 13 yrs., 1450 lbs.; sorrel gelding, yrs., 1 GOO lbs.; 2 good cows, both T-B tested recently, Jersey and Guern­ sey, 9 years old, freshened in No­ vember; Holstein and Angor, 9 years old, two-weeks-old calf by side. Farming implements and other ar­ ticles — Empire disc grain drill, i nearly neAv; heavy-duty, wooden- wheel truck wagon Avith - 4-inch j tires; iron-wheel truck xvagon; big 4 McCormick moAver; five-foot Mc­ Cormick mower; log roller; culti-' packer; three section drag; 2 tAvo- section drags; two-bottom, 1 2 -inch Oliver gang p I oav ; Oliver walking p I oav No. 210; Syracuse Avalking! plow No. 402; Planet Jr. tAVo-roAVj cultivator; Portland cutter; Ther- moil engine, G h. p.; Empire gas en­ gine, 3 ii. p.; log and Avood rigging: combined; three-horse rig; Avheef- barrow seeder; DeLaval separator; G 40-<)t. milk cans, water separator, bent Avood churn, neckyokes, forks, shovels, mauls, log chains, croAvbar, hay hooks, crosscut saw, buck saws, wagon jack and other articles too numerous to mention. Lunch served at noon. LARS K. LARSEN. ED. BLACK, Auctioneer. WM. ANSLEY, Clerk. ____ 6w2* Auction—IJaA'ing sold my \farm I will seH at public auction at my resi - 1 dence, situated one mile and a half south of Potter Center, on Thursday, February 18, 192G, commencing promptly at 10 o'clock a. m., the fol­ lowing property, absolutely 'without reserve: 3 horses—broAvn horse, 1G years old, Aveight 1300. lbs.; black REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Two Rooms for Rent 111 Chapel street. Heat and light. 3tf For Rent—Lower flat with improve­ ments. Inquire 138-R. 6W2* Sporting News For Rent shares. Farm to rent or work on B. E. Peckens. Gwl* mare, 9 years old, 1400 lbs.; brown mare, 10 years old, 1200 . lbs.; 3 cows (tuberculin tested)— register­ ed Jersey, 11 years old, fresh; Guernsey and Jersey, 7 years old, fresh; Durham, coming 4 years old', d-iie June 25; sheep—50 good breed­ ing ewes, 17 coming 3 years old, 14 4 years old, 19 6 years old, to be sold in small lots; a Poland China brood sow, due April 1st; 2 Ches­ ter White shoats, ‘weight 125 lbs.; about 200 White Leghorn hens, mostly pullets and yearlings, 4 guineas; farming implements—1923 1 Fordson tractor condition, nearly hinder, 6 -ft. cut; Deering moAver, 2-horse Buckeye I 3w8 L I V E S T O C K F O R S A L E -7-year-old bay mare, weight. E. M. Scherer & Son. Gwl For Sale 1,300.^ _ For Sale—Holstein coav , calf by side. Philip E. Paddock, Branchport R. D. J . ______ ______________ ______ G av I* For Sale—Bay gelding, Aveight 1,400, sound and right. E. M. Scherer & Son. 1 ftwl For Sale—25 White Leghorn hens. PI. G. Hunt, 324 Court, Penn Yan. Phone _ 5 S 0 . _________ Gtf _ For Sale—Two coavs , choice of five. Walter Morrison, Branchport, Italy Hill phone. __________________ Gwl* For Sale—Fifteen 9-rnonths-old White Leghorn pullets. Frank Ballard, 139 South Avenue. _____ _ _________ Gwl — G-year-oid broAvn horse, weight 1,100. A perfect animal. E. M. Scherer Son. G av I For Sale—Black team, A v e ight 2,800 lbs., G-7 y e a r s old, sound and rig h t . E. M. Scherer & Son. G av I For Sale For Sale—Good vineyard horse, weight 1,400. Geo. Tubbs, about 1% miles out on Flat Street. _____ Gwl* For Sale—Western and native horses^ also 25 head cows. Fred D. I-Iart- ranft, Geneva, N. Y. 'Phone 4181. _________________________________5 av 2 For Sale— Bay mare, 7 years old, weight 1400. Sound, kind and true. C. A. Ellis, “Rector Farm,\ R. F. D. No. 4. Phone 1 l-F-5. ft»iv2 H E L P W A N T E D Wanted—Married man to work by year on farm. B. E. Fox, Canandai- gua,_N^ Y\,_R. _D._ 6 . ___________ 5 av 2 Wanted—Experienced man, aged~2S, Avants position as manager or clerk, in store. References. Write box 158, Himrod. 5 av 2* Wanted—^Either married or single man to work by the month on farm. Write or phone Philip E. Paddock, Branchport^R. D. 1 . ft av 1 * Position—A good job for one good teamster to work in vineyard and general teaming, steady work the year around. Must be married; Avorlc for entire family in vineyard. Write to Widmer’s, Naples, N. Y. 6 av 2 Male Help Wanted— Get” Pay Every Day— Distribute 150 necessary pro­ ducts to established users. Extracts, soaps, food products, etc. World's largest company Avill back you with surprising plan. Write Dept. K-ft, 231 Johnson Ave., Newark, N. J. 5w4* Wanted— Demonstrator; an active Avoman to introduce through direct selling and serve as local represen­ tative, nexv line silk lingerie and sport ~Avear. Remuneration limited only by own effort and ability. Wy­ ant Way, In<?., Room ft, 204; E. State, Ithaea. N. Y. ftwl* Now $100.00 Radios Only $50-00 at. Corcoran's closing out sale. Gwl Radios at Cut Prices N oav at Corcoran s closing out sale. ft w 1 f lbs.; sorrel: .; bay geld- gelding, 15 in good working now Deering grain Empire grain drill, Gale bean puller, cultivator, nearly new; 3-section spring tooth harroAv, , spike tooth harroAv, 2-section Walter ! Wood harrow, galvanized dipping , tank, Portland cutter, 16-ft. hay j rack. Lyons fanning mill, corn shell-1 er, lumber -ivagon, oox and top box; set of Avagon springs, boo sleighs, N cav Idea manure spreader, land rol- li ler, set of Fairbanks platform scales, 1000 lb. capacity; grape plow, 2 Le- , roy Avalking plows, 2 walking culti­ vators, Democrat Avagon, hog box, : grindstone, sioneboat, 2 ladders, 2 f harpoon forks, 6 pulleys. 2 grass seeders, corn planters, wagon pole, 2 lawn moAvers, avoo I box, 40 rods of 'ivire fencing, scalding kettle, truck Avagon, hay tedder, hay rake, about 200 grape and fence posts, 25 pota­ to crates, about 150 ft. of inch rope, set of tackle blocks* 2 heavy double harness, ft horse collars, single! harness, ft sets of 2-horse Avhiffle- tvees, 6 30-gal, oil drums, several forks, shovels, log chains, crow bars and many small tools too numerous to list; produce— about 1 0 0 bushels of corn on ear, 250 bushels of oats, about 5 tons of mixed hay, quantity of corn stalks, about 8 tons ensilage: household goods — United power For Retnt—Furnished front room, 208 Elm street, upstairs. _______ ftwl*_ For Rent—Basements under Nos. 1 and 3 Main St. John L. Ackley. 6 av 2 For Rent—Lower flat on E. Elm St., all modern improvements. Archie _M. Thayer, phone 412. ______ 5tf For Rent—Good house in the village of Gorham. Inquire of William Brown, Gorham. O av l * For Rent—Six-room flat, all modern conveniences. Inquire of Charles Klube or 121 Clinton St. ____ 5x\f2*_ Tv/o Flats for Rent— 140 East Elm St! After April 1st inquire J. F. Swarth- out, Smoke Shop, Phone 097. ftt f b-room house for rent, bath, electric lights, gas, garage, garden and ber­ ries. Inquire 208 Lake Street. __ 5 av 2* For Rent— After April 1st, 10-room house, barn and garage, fine loca­ tion. Address E. L. S., this office. G av I * te P. Y. A. TEAM BREAKS EVEN The Penn Yan Academy basketw am broke even last week in in w. The trip l for tW schedule of Vivo games. Dans vide ended in a defeat locals, the score being 1 ft to 12 . \ViijT| excuses are not exactly in order, l seems probable that the P. V. A. could tm n 1 he tables on Dansvilk y there were only a return game. \ Last week-end the boys journey^ | with the girls to Montour Falls forU double header. The girls lost, but the boysv swamped the Cook five 24 to^p Friday of this week brings a bit t game to Penn Yan, when the Mj£ dorse high school, of Seneca Fali^ meets the locals on the P. V. A. eatin Next w-tek Wednesday the Penn Yan team meets Waterloo on the armciry court in Geneva. LOCAL t I. - Vineyard to Let—About 15 acres, lo­ cated about a mile south of college. B. L. Babcock, Penn Yan, R. D. 5. 5 av 2* Avasher Avith one and a half horse­ power engine, pOAver barrel churn, shafting and pulleys; ugav Iowa cream separator. No. 5: Jotvel coal stove, 20 yds. of ingrain carpet, G (lining chairs, 4 rockers,. Avriting desk, couch, center table, kitchen cabinet, 30-gal. pork crock, several ’ small crocks, ice cream, freezer, bread mixer, Western Electric tele­ phone, dishes, tinware, etc.\ Free lunch will be served at noon. CLARENCE BEST. ' HARRY C. COLE, Auctioneer. C. C. CULVER. Cashier. FRANK LAFLER, Clerk. 6 av 1* Farm of 104 Acres to let by the year or on shares; well fruited. Chris Jorgenson, Hall, N. Y. Phone 24-Y-12, Stanley. __________________ G av I* Store for Rent—Formerly occupied by The Penn Yan Electric Co., located at IIS Jacob street. Inquire at Print Craft Shop. ______________ 2tf To Let—50-acre farm on state road, two miles from Penn Yan; half mile from Benton Center. Charles E. Chissom, Penn Yan, R. F. IJ. No. 9. ^ _ ___________________ 5w4* For Rent—Steam heated apartment, consisting of four 1 0 0 ms and pri­ vate bath, oak floors, gas range fur­ nished. Phone 551-R or call 202 Liberty S t . ________________ Gtf House For Rent-Six 1 0 0 ms and bath Avith all improvements: also a ga­ rage; centrally located. Inquire Peter Carlin, 118 Burns Terrace, Penn Yan, N. V. _____________ Gw3^^ To Let—An extra good stock and- grain farm, 40 rods from state road, has a good lot of buildings and is Avell fenced and plenty of water. A money maker and a good lay to the right party. Inquire of F., this of­ fice. ___ _ _ ___________________ 5 ay 3 For Rent—House and garden in Penn Yan, near business section; modern improvements: also have house two miles from village Avith garden, or can give use of 5 acres of ground if wanted; references, Inquire of C. D., care Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan. G av I* CLOTHIERS DEFEAT NAPLES TEAM. Michaels-Siern basketball team ad»U ed another scalp lo its long ilst, troun<v ing the Naples American Legion five Friday night on t he factory floor by a 49 to 2ft count. Harris and Caswell shared high-scor­ ing honors for the locals, dropping in j 17 points. Look featured for Naples I with six field tosses. ; Summary: ; MIKES -19. NAPLES A. L-2IL ! Harris ....................................Look Right forward. CasAvell ............................. Chapman Left forward. ! Denzler . .............................. Mitohdl Center. McDonald ............................... Cano Right guard. j Dunn .................................... Morey | Left guard. e | Mikes—Field baskets: Harris 8 , Ca*; Avell ft, Denzler, McDonald 5: fouls,; Harris, CasAvell 5, Denzler 2, Dunn 18. | Naples—Field baskets: Look (J, Chapman 2, Mitchell, Cano 3; fouls, Chapman, Mitchell. Half time— .Mikes, 21 to 11. M.-S. DROPS TO CANANDAIGUA, The local clothiers' five played the Canandaigua Y. M. C. A. team on the latter's court this Aveek Tuesday night, losing the closely contested game by 28-24. of this week the locals will Geneva “Y” boys on ihf* Y. court in that city. Friday play the M. C. A. Benzene’s Birth set of slings with new rope; horse fork rope; set extra heavy harness; live-horse evcher; l’our-horse even- er; disc truck; wagon jack; 36-inch blacksmith anvil; bench anvil; shovel; and other articles too nu­ merous to mention. DAVID SORENSEN. ED. BLACK, Auctioneer. 5 av 2* A. NICHOLS, C l e r k . _____________ Auction-—Having decided to discon­ tinue farming, the undersigned Aviil sell at public auction on the S. Nel­ son Jones farm, 1 mile north of Mini- rod on the Penn Yan-Himrod road, 011 Wednesday, February 24, 192ft, beginning at 12 o'clock sharp, the folioAving property: Five horses-r- pair matched black horses, 'weight 3200, 12 years olds, sound and true in all harness; brown mare, Aveight 1600, 8 years old; gray horse, Aveight 1300, 11 years Qld; gray horse, Aveight 1400, 10 years old; bay horse, weight 1100, 7 years old; six coavs (all T. B. tested)— Durham and Hol­ stein coav , 5 years old, due March 24; Durham cow, 9 years old, due last of March; 2 2-year-old Durham heifers; 2 Short Horn and Durham heifers, 2 years old; implements— hay loader and side rake, 6 -ft. Wal­ ter A. Wood mewing machine, 10-ft. hay rake, land roller, Superior 11- tooth grain d*rill, 2 -horse cultivator, 2 1 -horse cultivators, all machinery nearly nexv; set bob sleighs, nearly new; 2 cutters, Democrat wagon, dog cart, 3-section harroAv, 2-section harroAv, 2 walking plows, wide tire lumber wagon, narroAV tire lumber wagon, wagon box and 2 extra sec­ tions, 2 hay racks, fanning mill, 50 new potato crates, Anker & Holt cream separator, No. 5; buggy pole, buggy thills, 2 cider barrels, heavy 2-inch: tugs, brass trimmed Work harness, 2 sets gobd- work harness, horse collars, 2 sets fly nets, horse blankets, extra pieces of harness, hay fork and pulleys, lumber Avagon brake, cant hook, hand corn planter, crow bar, post, maul, Avhiffletrees, neckyokes, 2 sets jockey neckyokes, 2 new 'wagon reaches, long handle knife for trimming trees, straw hook, 2 cross cut saws, axe, fly sprayer, scythe, 3 extra snaths, pick, set Avagon springs, ton capacity; forks, shovels, 1 0 0 bushels oats and other things too numerous to men­ tion. GILBERT A. MATHEWS. ROBT. ALEXANDER, Auctioneer. FRED CASTLE, Clerk. 6 av 2* Auction— Having decided to discon­ tinue farming, I will sell my entire 1 equipment of stock and tools at my farm, M mile east of Hall, on the Geneva-Penn Yan state road, on Tuesday, Feb. 1G, 192G, commencing: at 10 o'clock, the r’olloAving described j property: Team of gray horses, Avgt. I about 2,600 lbs.; bay horse, 9 years; old, Avgt. about 1,450 lbs.; Jersey! coav , 7 years old, due in April; Hol­ stein coav , 7 years old, due in March; i poultry and supplies, about 250 choice White Leghorn hens, year­ lings and pullets-; colony .-houses , 1 coal brooders 390-egg incubator, xva - 1 ter fountains, portable mash hop­ pers, trap nests, milk cans; Avork- shop tools, poAver post drill, 2-Avheel poAver grinder, Ford motor Avith pul-j ley, rip saw and table, carpenter's tools, pipe fitting tools, vise, line' shaft, belting, etc.; 1924 Fordson tractor in perfect order, clutch pul­ ley, Oliver p I oav , S-ft. Bissell disc, Dunham 10-ft. cullipacker, drive belt; quantity early seed potatoes, barley, oats, feed beans and grain. Farming implements: cabbage planter, set 25 acres; thresher’s tanks, votary pump hose, power sprayer, 3-sec. spring-tooth, 2-sec. spring-tooth On­ tario grain drill, International check ■ ( Tossed Away Fortune in Playful Scuffling To have a book Avorth considerably more than a thousand pounds thrown at one’s head is nn experience which does not fall to the lot of many. It happened, however, to Dr. Adolf Ehren- felt. It has just been announced that the Hungarian National museum has ac­ quired this book by priA-ate treaty. Al­ though it was on Sotheby's catalogue at a reserve price of £1,000, (t Is stated tfiat the price actually paid is much in excess of that sum. 1 1 A hundred years ago Michael Fara­ d-ay discovered benzene. Of all Ills dis­ coveries, scientists consider that of benzene to be the most important. At the time of Faraday’s discovery, gas was compressed into iron cylinders and supplied in the same way as oxygen is today. With the natural curiosity of a scientist, Faraday ex­ amined the gas and so discovered ben­ zene—a substance composed of six parts carbon and six parts hydrogen, The actual form of joinery between the carbon and the hydrogen opened up a new field of thought for the diem* 1st. Benzene should be pictured as a hexagon formed of carbon with an atom of hydrogen at each of the six points. The book is the first printed In Magyar tongue, and Is known to lectors as the Codex Ehrenfelt. the ed­ it the got seed other New steel and contains 81 pages and dates from year 1430. Its former owner, Doctor Ehren­ felt a Viennese lawyer, came into pos­ session of the book to an unusual way. In 1851 he >vas a student at Nyitra, In Avhat was then northern Hungary. One day, while he was wrestling AA’ith a companion, this book was hurled play­ fully at his head and he pocketed it It was only many years laterlhat he rediscovered it, examined it, and he- Sort of a Chain Quarrel » My father used to tell a story about a couple recently married who Into an argument. “I saw a rat,\ she said. *Tt was a mouse,\ he replied. 4,I say ’twas a rat,\ she declared. “A mouse,\ he rejoined. They parted, but later they saw how foolish they were. They came back together and almost the first words he said were: \How foolish Ave were to quarrel ever a mouse.\ \But that was a rat,\ she asserted, Then the quarrel started again.-\ Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. j N oav is the time 10 renew your sub soription to the Chronicle-Express. Auction—Having decided to discon­ tinue farming, I 'Will sell at, public auction on the Ralph T. Norris farm, y, mile southeast of Penn Yan on the Milo Center road, on Tuesday, February 23, 1926, begin­ ning at 10 o’clock sharp, the follow­ ing described property, absolutely Avithout reserve: Three horses—pair black geldings, 8 and 9 years old, Aveight about 2700; black mare, 12 years old, Aveight about 1250; ten coavs —T. B. tested, some fresh, some freshen soon, some freshen first part of summer and some in fall, all young, good sized and heavy milkers; implements—Mc­ Cormick grain hinder, G-ft. cut; Mc­ Cormick moAver, 5-ft. cut; John Deere moAver, nearly neAv, 5-ft. cut; McCormick horse rake, 12-1*t.; hay tedder. NeAv idea spreader, C voavu drill, LeRoy plow, No. 110; Syra­ cuse p I oav , No. 401; 3-section drag, 2 -section drag, log roller, 2 -horse cultivator, 2 1 -horse cultivators, shovel p I oav , bean puller, John Deere AvheeibarroAv seeder, Avide tire lumber xvagon, xvooden xvheel truck xvagon, hay rigging, Democrat xvag­ on, top buggy, nearly new; set bob sleighs, light sleigh, Portland cut­ ter, 2 sets heavy double harness, 2 sets single harness, several collars, fanning mill xvith sieves, lftOO-Ib. Fairbanks scales, 3000-lb. springs, set slings, xvoven xvire stretcher, 2 4-horse eveners, 3-horse eveuer, 4 2-liorse eveners, 32 ft. extension lad- dor. 18 ft. ladder, grindstone, xvheel- barroAv, quantity oats, corn ou the ear, Dibble's Russet and Early Rose seed potatoes, pair woolen blankets, 25 grain bags, bag truck, , straw roxv corn planter, McCormick grain . , binder, land roller, 5 -sec. spike-tooth : came nware ot.its unique character harroxv, pea swather, Lansing xvag- ned great value.—London Tit-Bits. on, Auburn xvagon, low wood - —— — ----------- - ------ xvheels; steel truck xvagon, 2 double boxes; 2 good cabbage racks, hay i S e e m s D O T T l O n l y t o rack, tedder, moxving machine, 3 gas­ oline engine and drag saxv, Stough­ ton bob sleighs, noxver corn sheller, platform scales, logboat, stoneboat, 300 good bushel crates, seed drill and attachments, hand culti Abator, 2 2 -horse cultivators, 2 1 -horse culti - 1 valors, 2 xvalking ploxvs, grass seed­ er, 125-gal. oil tank and pump, oil drum, 2 cabbage bed covers, portable sorting table, 12 apple picking lad- i ders, 7 folding picking ladders, cher-: ry boxes, picking nags, fanning mill,, new cabbage dusting machine, blocks and tackle, horse blankets, 2 good sets of double harness, other! harness, several sets whiffletrees, j neck yokes and jockeys, log chains, | grindstone, Empire cream separator,. bag trucks, grain bags, cauldron ket­ tles, sap pan, buckets and spiles,I new hay rope, slings, harpoon, cross­ cut saxvs, axes, wedges, shovels,! bars, forks and many other articles.: Iron pipe, lumber, xvagon tongue: plank and ladder sides ; basswood! and xvhitewood ladder plank for 35 ladders up to 27-ft. long, whiffletree j stock, oak ladder round stock, crate; stock, xvhite ash wagon tongue 1 stock, cabbage bed boards and oth-j er lumber; 500 ft. 1-in. and 1*4-in. xvater pipe, pipe fittings, valves, etc., 50-ft. rubber hose. Lunch will be served at noon. MARVIN T. FORSTER. HARRY C. COLE, Auctioneer. H. TRUMBULL. Clerk. EDWARD B. DIXON, Cashier. ftwl* Dangerous Experiment Dance Through Life A strange creature, the dainty May fly. One of the strangest things is that it eats nothing from Its cradle to the moment of its death. Thrust into a world where nearly every lixing thing is constantly in search of food, the May fly goes Its way with never a thought of food, writes W. A. DtiPuy in Nature Maga­ zine. Surrounded by creatures that lie in wait and devour each other, the May fly eats not nor thinks of eating. It does not even possess a mouth with which it might eat if it felt so dis­ posed. It comes into the world with a certain amount of vitality in its frail body, it dances gayly until that strength is gone, and dies. Equally strange is the birth of the May fly, a birth which almost any ob­ server may witness if he happens to he sharp-eyed by the xvaterslde almost anywhere at just the right minute. If he watches closely he may see many tiny creatures as big as house flies emerging from the mud at the bottom of the lake or stream. Mr. and Mrs. Author wTere going out for the evening. They had engaged a new nurse and she was left in charge of the children for the first time. \Dear remarked Mrs. Author as she came downstairs, \I looked into the nursery and noticed nurse wai reading. Who gave her the book7“ \I did,\ replied her husband. \What book is it?\ \My last,\ he answered. \Darling!\ exclaimed his wife. Mod you know hoxv important it is that ill* should not go to sleep!\ In the eight and a half years of its existence, the Rochester Dental Dis­ pensary has brought dental relief to nearly 500.000 persons. This number includes 10,290 operations for tonsili- tis. Radios Only $10.00. Now at Corcoran’s closing out sale, ftwl Radios Are Cheap N oav at. Corcoran’s sale. ftwl __ ___ __ „ Needed More Fire When the old gentleman paid a visit to the city lie saw and heard a great rnauy strange things, but he was al­ ways wary in his comments. One day his lit.tle granddaughter en­ ticed him into a teashop, and, leading him to a small table, proceeded to or­ der some eclairs, a delicacy of which she was extremely fond. \I knoxv you’ll like them, granddad,\ she said coaxingly, and the old gentle­ man bravely tackled the unfamiliar ob­ ject. \Isn’t that delicious?\ inquired the little girl, seeing a strange expression come over her grandfather's face as he took his first mouthful. \Well it may be,\ replied grandfa­ ther in a noncommittal tone; “hut doesn’t it appear to you a trifle under­ baked in the middle?\ Tragedy of Razor Blades Those who are puzzled tv know xvhat to do xvith used safety razor blades may find a hint in the follow­ ing, says the London Mail. A young and pretty girl approached Battersea bridge. She liel-d something tightly in her left hand. When she reached the middle of the bridge she stopped and looked around. Only one man was anywhere near, and he, apparently, was not paying any attention to her doings. In a flash she raised her hand and flung some­ thing into the river below. It glittered and shone as it fell, and the man, gazing over the bridge in curiosity, saxv that it xvas a small glass phial of the sort in which powdered bath salts are sold, twelve in a box. His curios­ ity overcame him, and he overtook the girl. \Do tell me what you threw into the river,\ he begged. \My husband’s razor blades,\ xvas the astonishing an­ swer. r Penn Yon SS2 < WALTER 9. TOWER Over 109MainSt. Penn Yan MY Double come tion. House and Lot For Sale—In* $10.50 per week. Good loca- Price $4,000. Walter D. Tower. 1 Astonishing Cut Prices Own Your Own Home: I have for sale a beautiful new home. Never occu­ pied. All modern conveniences. Fine location. Price and terms very rea­ sonable. Walter B. Tower. Ten Acres in Benton: Two miles from toxvn. Two minutes from school and state road. Good bouse, barn, or chard, hen-house. Price $3,000. A good bargain. Walter B. Tower. Farm For Sale: 92 acres. Three miles from market, Excellent soil. Land lays level. 8 -room house; bam 30x70 Avith stanchions- for seven head. Al­ so barn 30x50 and hen-house. Two horses, five head of cattle and farm tools go xvith the place. This is a good bargain with easy payments and terms. Price $7,500. Walter D. Tower. knives, potato crates, 25-gal. crock, ; Page. Peni; Yan Locals Alxvays Inside JLast: Now during Corcoran’s February sale. ♦ * [t N i-1 - ■ 1 ■ l ] ) J * < . . j t

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