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k .-.-l V Page Two PENN YAN. N. Y., OCTOBER Telephone 123 For Sale—313/&x4Gx2S in. safe. Van Printing Co. Sale Pent tf* For 5 ft. standing oak desk tf* Penn Van Printing Co. ____ For Sale—5 h. p. Westinghouse fiotor. Penn Yan Printing_Co. ______ tf*__ For Sale—Bui! Dog sealing machine. Penn Yan Printing Co., Inc. __ tf* For \Sale—-Monarch No. 2 typewriter. Penn Yan Printing Co.,.Inc. if* BELLONA-DRESDEN LYCEUM COURSE Potato Crates for sale, nagle. For Sale chine. For Sale dition. Guile & Wind- 41w2 Burroughs 9-col. adding ma- Penn Yan Printing Co. tf* —Baby carriage in good con- Inquirt 106 Lincoln Ave. ______ _ ____ . ___________ 41wl’^_ For Sale—P ile'of miscellaneous pul leys, shafting, etc. Penn Yan Print­ ing; Co. _ __ ___ tf*_ For Sale f+-Reb!f speed wagon, late rrn^el, Son. Cheap'.; M. Scherer & 41wl For Sale—New Englander spring day bed. Inquire 428 N. Main St. Phone 409-W. For slats for same. N. Y. Phone 6326. 41wl* Blue Bird Guild Selling Tickets For High-Class Entertain­ ments — Programs Repeated in Dresden Church U. S. COMMISSIONER HENDERSON ■ DIES (Continued from page one.) / i While living in rates county he was ice will be held October 17th in g John’s church, l iresdevi..Sunday sewi catcher for several years on the Penn j at 2:45 p.'tn. Evening prayer and sov DRESDEN St. John's Episcopal The regular Sunday aiternoon srv vv- Sale Grape boxes, also repair Win. Glen, Dundee, 40w2* WE CAN’T ! Guarantee that thing every you lose will be returned if you place an ad in these columns— but—a few cents spent here will bring good results: B. F. Look, of Penn Yan, lost his Masonic pin some time ago. Two weeks ago he advertised for it in this section of the Chronicle-Express. Later he called us up to say that the pin had been returned to him. A wom­ an found it in a davenport which Mr. Look had moved for her but she thought nothing of it and set the pin \ aside. Then she read the ad in this j paper. Now Mr. Look has his pin. Many people find articles and wait for the loser to advertise for them in order to return »the property. A cymbal was left by one of the band boys in the grand stand on the last night of the Yates County Fair. For weeks it was lost, until the owner placed a lost ad in these columns. Through this ad the finder located the owner and returned the cymbal. REAL ESTA T E FOR RENT For Rent —Garage, best of location. C. M. Hubbard, 132 JEIm_St. _40\v2^_ For Rent—Furnished room, with or without breakfast. 323 Main St. lw — , ■ . . . ^ 1 ^ * I “ m • House For Rent —Possession Nov. 1, 1926. W. J. Fitzpatrick. 41tf House To\ Rent—All \modern improve­ ments. Inquire 201 Lawrence St. 25tf For Rent—Apartment, 3 rooms, lights, water. Inquire 217 Sheppard St. 37w4 M ISCELLANEOUS I eFor Rent—Half double house, 428 Lib­ erty Street. Incmire 531 Liberty St. 38tt For Rent Inquire Grady. -Four-room flat with bath, at Public Market. Jas. 17 tf For Rent —Furnished 2-room heated apartment. Mrs. Granger Gage, 213 Main St. 39tf \’Troom For Rent — 112 Chapel St., house, gas, bath, electricity. Inquire at 110 Chapel St. ___________ 41w2 Furnished Rooms To Rent —Hot and cold water, electric light, telephone. Call after 5:30, 130_WaInut St._ For Rent—Lower flat, 427 Liberty St. all conveniences, at once. Inquire- of Charles Klube, 121 Clinton St. 40w2* Trucking—All kinds. Prices reason­ able. F. L. Lament, 221 Clinton St. Phone 238 R. _ 35t£ w antea— Old iron, papers, metals, rags, rubbers, etc. Walter J. Cal houn, 226 Keuka St Phone 159. __ lOtjf New Roofs of all kinds put on, repair­ ing and painting. Write or call Homer D. Rapalee, 7 Maple Ave. ._____________________________22tf Kog Skinning-.—I am prepared to do first-class work on short notice at 50 cents apiece and skins. Wm. Tongate, phone 367. __ _41w8*_ Apples Wanted — Macintosh, Kings, Winter Bananas, Wolf Rivers, Maid­ en Blush, Spies, Gill Flowers. Will pay highest prices. Frank M. Ray­ mond. 41\v3* Sweet Cider for sale, delivered. J. D. Ramsey, 111 Main St. Phone 327-J. ____ __ _ __41w2 For Sale—1926 Ford ton truck; will trad'e for cattle. P. H. & B. II Flynn, R. D. 6. Phone 7-F-3. 40tf For Sale—Four doofsedan; late mod­ el; 5 balloon tires; finish excellent; bargain.^ E. M. Scherer &_Son._ lw For Sale—Used ton truck, cab and body, reconditioned, cheap. E. M. ■ Scherer & Son. 41wl E. M. Scherer & Son. _ 41wl For Sale—Ford touring starter, $45. E. M. Scherer & Son.v ____ 4 Iwl For Sale—A quantity of steel 50-gal. oil drums. E. M. Scherer & Son. _______________ _______ 41wl For Sale—Sterling 4-hole range, m first-class working condition. Phone 85-F-4. 40w2 For Sale—Ford coupe, $95. Household Goods Bought and sold, we buy single pieces or home complete. Lake's Second-Hand Store, E. Elm St- Phone 182-J. ___________ 38w8* age — All kinds solicited; good For Sale—Large round oak heater, nearly new*. B. S. Tuttle, Keuka ■ Park, box 135. 41wl* For Sale— Hill’s Chili peaches. Jensen, R. D. 1, Phone 64-F-5. Chili Otto lw* and Stor 37tf care, reasonable, separate rooms. Phone 384. Penn Yan Storage Ware­ house. Water St. 40w3* Five-Room Flat for rent electricity, gas, steam with heat, bath, etc.; centrally located. Inquire IJ. C. Ayres, Chronicle-Express or phone 164-M. __ __________________ 41tf* _ Two Flats For Rent—All modern im­ provements. Inquire at Quenan’s Laundry. 4lwl* For Rent—Two furnished bedrooms, all improvements. Inquire Osborn’s Barber Shop, Cramer block, Main Street. __ _ _ ___ ___ 41 w 1* For Rent—Five-room flat, furnished or unfurnished; all improvemems; reasonable rent. 136 Sheppard St. ____ _ 4 0 w 2 For Rent—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, with steam heat, elec­ tric lights, gas, etc., al*o garage. 801 Clinton Street. _____________ 4uw3* For Rent or for sale, house in Penn Yan, centrally located. Chas. White, Branchpoint. Phone Branchport cold Storage space for fruits and veg­ etables. Modern fireproof building; excellent facilities. Call Mr. Black or Mr. Smith, Geneva Refrigerating Corporation, Geneva, N._Y. __40w2 Wanted—Office position by Keuka Park girl; . two years’ experience. Phone Penn Yan, 48-F-22. Address “ Orchardlea,” Penn Yan, R. D. 5. 39\v3* riuys oleaned— a x iz, $1.2o. All kinds of carpets cleaned at any time. Or­ ders called tor and delivered. Phone 153-R. Lew Blakeslee, 110 Monell street.________________________47tf Wanted—All kinds of metals, such as aluminum, copper, batteries, radia­ tors, and brass, magazines and news­ papers at highest prices, delivered at Tony Just & Son’s, 118 Franklin St. - - 38w8* Peaches For Sale—Hill’s Salway. Wood Bros., Penn Van, R. F. D. No. 6. , Phone 72-F-31. 41w2* Sweet Corn Fodder for sale. Herbert C. Lon gw ell, Penn Yan, R. D. 4. Plione l-F-11. _______ . ________ 41wl For Sale— 12x48 in. warehouse truck; also 3 ft. stepladder. Penn Yan Printing Co., Inc. tf* _ For Sale—Second-hand Hoover potato digger in first-class condition. Hor- ton-Vann Hdw. C o . ____ ____ 41wl For Sale—New Winchester high-pow- er repeating rifle; one wardrobe trunk. 405 Liberty SL _____ 40w2* For Sale—3 neatly new ,bi unswieiv Baiko pool tables complete with equipment. E. _L._Geer._ ^52tf , For Sale—30 gallon meat crock; child’s white iron bed, with drop side,-and mattress.__Phone 392. 41tf For Sale—One 34x57x28 in. safe; a wonderful bargain if sold at once. Penn Yan Printing Co., Inc. tf * i A series of high class entertain­ ments are soon to be given in Bellona. The first number will be given Octo­ ber 20tli, one week from Wednesday, entitled the “ Loveless Quartet.” Twin brothers, Herman and Harmon Love­ less, married twin sisters, Lola and Lola, out in the Ozark mountains, and the result is the Loveless Quartet. This program consists of vocal and instrumental selections, featuring an Hawaiian musical sketch, properly cos-1 turned. You will be sure to enjoy the first number. Remember the date, Oc­ tober 20th; Wednesday, October 27th, will be ah evening with John F. Chambers. You will enjoy the readings and impersona­ tions of this dramatic artist as lie in­ terprets life to you as he has seen it. The “ human” side of human nature will be presented in all its contrasts. You will like him. The third number will be given No­ vember 3rd, entitled “The New York Festival Players.” One-act plays are featured by the Festival Players of New York. In addition to their drama­ tic ability the members of this com­ pany arb talented musicians and offer song groups with instrumental accom­ paniment. You like bright, clean, efis- tinctive, highly-amusing plays and much effort has been expended in pre­ paring a repertoire which will combine genuine diversion and real dramatic quality. Members of this company have had fundamental training as well as practical experience. The last in the series will be given November 10th by Frank P. Johnson, lecturer with Irene Taylor Johnson, en­ tertainment prelude. The Johnson lectures are constructive. They point Yan semi-professional Southern Tier League baseball team. Commissioner Three Years Mr. Henderson was appointed United States commissioner three years ago, succeeding L. Earl Higbee. He handled thousands of Volstead cases, giving up most of his private practice in order to take care of the increasingly numerous liquor viola­ tions. He systematized his office chinery so as to be able to dispose of the cases with speed and ness. . ! Judge Frank Cooper, who ap­ pointed him, has expressed himself as pleased with the manner in which cases came to him from the commis­ sioner’s court and prohibition enforce­ ment officials learned that when they obtained a warrant from Henderson it seldom failed to be accurate. Defendants, lawyers and prose­ cutors have often declared that Mr. Henderson could be depended upon to treat the various angles of cases with fairness and sympathy* the guilty finding him unyielding and the inno­ cent receiving the benefit of any ex­ doubt. Enthusiastic Sportsman Mr. Henderson was an enthusiastic hx liter and fisherman, carrying on the traditions of his father and grand­ father as experts with rod and gun. He-was an unusually good marksman and. few equaled him as a fisherman. He y a s a xnember of the Citizens’ CIub.A Central City Consistory, S. P. Tigris Temple, Mystic mon' at 3:30 p. rn. A Lyceum c-ouvse of four attractive entertainments will be given in nm Methodist church October 21st, 2Mtif and November 4th and I Uh. The for a season ticket is $1.35. A lull au. nouncement of the course is found on this page. ______ We have road a )ot of poems about i the coming of heamiftil autumn m.fj | all its delights, but none of ’ora evtr mention the oyster rn ason. Penn Yan 552 WALTER 8. TOm isting i . < Home and Business Opportunity; Com­ bined: I have, for saie,.& home with a suburban grocery business: Tin- home has nine rooms, steam.heat, electric lights, hath, double lot and \double garage. Tin* business is earn­ ing a fine living. Ill health is the only reason it can be bought, if you are interested, see me at once. Walter B. Tower. his the way to community prosperity. They For truck LOST AND FOUND 7-F-21. 40w2 It will pay you to use the clas- \ fo r Rent> sified ad section of the Chron­ icle-Express Phones: Penn Yan 333 Rushville 24-Y-l Stanley 9-Y-21 -Furnished apartment, three j rooms, private bath, electric lights,1 gas, steam heat. Phone 551-R, or I inquire C. S. Johnson, 202 Liberty i St. > 3oi£ Lost—Sunday evening, between Rc-na Yan and Milo, a ten-dollar bill and five.dollar bill. Finder please retufn to this office. Reward. 41w1 ’Found let; Sale — Second-hand Reo speed and 3-ton International dump truck. Horton-Vann Hdw. Co, 41wl For Sale—Reo speed 'wagon, A-l con­ dition. Inquire John Serefme, 802 Elm St., or phone 465, after 7 p. m. •>* - 39wo CLASSIFIED ADS 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 Allow five words to one line Minimum charge five linos Postage charged for mailed re­ plies ' REAL ESTA T E FOR SALE improve- 39w4* For Sale^-,8-room house, merits. 115 Sheppard St. - ■ ... mm^-^mm ■. • ..... . . _ — ^ .. For Sale—50-acre farm in good loca­ tion ; price reasonable; ’ immediate Steam Heated apartment, $25-$32.50 month; steam heated mrmshed apartment, $3o-?40 month; steam heated furnished rooms, $4* and up week; clean and warm. Pennsyl­ vania Apartments, 210 E. Elm St. _____________________________ 41w3* _____________ AUCTION ____________ Auction —Having decided to discon­ tinue farming, I will sell at public auction at my home, 4 miles north­ west of Penn Yan, 1 mile from state road at Cronk’s Corners, on Tnurs- day, Oct. 21, 1926, commencing at 12:30 sharp, the following described property, without reserve: Bay horse, 24 years old, weight 1050; roan horse, 15 years old, weight 1200; about 50 Rhode Island Red chickens; about 100 bu. oats; tons timothy hay; quantity —Rowboat in. Lake Keuka out- owner may have by describing property and paying tor this ad. John Tomlinson, 36.1^ Main St. lw Lost—Black cat with -bobbed tail. Finder return to Dr, Charles E. Stone, 206 Elm St., and receive re­ ward. Phone Penn Yan 457. 41 w 1 For 3alie— niond coal stoVe, good as new, $15; also one for $10. Horton-Van Hdw. Co. I 41wl are filled with illustrations of Ameri­ can communities that have surmount­ ed the barriers and are going forward. Hear him. Subjects, “ The Basis of Liberty;” “Five Miles from Main Street;” “The Aristocracy of Achieve­ ment.” A delightful half-hour prelude of readings and cartoons by Irene Tay­ lor Johnson will precede the lecture by Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Johnson will also make sketches of people in the audience. The talent is furnished by Collins Lyceum Service, of Byron, N. Y. This is the same bureau that furnished the series of entertainments that was put on last winter and which\ :ive all en­ joyed so well. The Blue Birds are sponsoring these entertainments and are not doingf it for financial gain but to give the peo­ ple of Bellona a program of good, * It. S,; and Shrim’V Mr. 'Henderson is survived by wife; ;u sister, Mrs. Leona VanDyke, of Kimnod; a cousin, John Henderson, of A lb a iy ; a nephew, Malcolm Van- Dyke, of Himrod, a liberal arts stu­ dent in Syracuse University, who xlived witlK him, and two nieces, Miss Cliarlona an Dyke and Miss Mary VanDyke. \ Funeral services were conducted in St. Paul’s 1 Episcopal, church at 10:30 o’clock Monday mohiing by Rev. Dr. Henry H. Hddley, rector. Rev. Almon A. Haynes, ivetor of Trinity Episco­ pal church, assisted. Members of \ organizations to which Mr. I-Ienderson? belonged, members of the Onondaga* bar association and court officials % aid their respects to the late commissioner at the home. After the cemmony in St. Paul’s the body was taJten to Himrod, Yates county, Mr. Hecnderson’s birtlfplacc. j John Wcctton, rector of St. Mark’s church, l ‘enn Yan, officiated at the burial seivmes in Himrod -cem­ etery at 3 o’clock Tuesday afternoon. Members of Milo Masonic lodge, of which Mr. Hendeison was a member, conducted its ritual at the grave. House and Lot in Dresden: Eight i;ooms Avii h natural wood finish, fur- naco heat, electric lights, barn; lot # 60x120; price $2,500, Vviih reasonable terms. Walter B. Tower. Sixty Farm, Stock and Tools: Seventy-two acres located one mile from ’ state road in a good p-odlining srofion. acres tillable. Ten acrcb of good farm timber. Good nine room house, painted white. New gambrel roof barn, painted red, rlanobioiu for 5 head of cattle. Also hay abed, tool shed, garage and hog pm. Hrici- includes three horses, four eowj, jtf! stock and tools oh the farm, nod i- purchased soon all the crops wijl b? thrown in. Price for all, $8,500, on reasonable terms. Walter It Tower. Rev. We Have Fifty Good Farms for nal<\ all kinds, sizes and description. All prices to suit your own wishes.-Con­ sult us before buying a farm. Whi­ ter B. Tower. 4 The man who crai be depended up­ on to see the job through is ever be­ loved by his employer. Walter B. Tower PENN YAN, K. Y. I m f f l m m m m m s m Lost -urge yellow Angora cat; iuf- swers to the name of Fluff. If seen please notify Mrs. Melvin Dement, Stanley, R. D. 4. Reward 41wl* Lost—Blue tick ana tan fox nound fe­ male, about 21 inches tall, both ears cut on ends; wore collar with tag; suitable reward will be paid for re­ turn of this hound, or write me and I will come get her; missing since Sept. 26th. Address Mert Ecss, Himrod, N. Y. For Sale—International speed wagon, very cheap. Inquire, Joha Sereflne, 302 Elm St., or phone 465, after 7 l>. m. ______ - __ 39w3* For Sale— 1250-watt Defco lighting plant-with pulley; also set large bat­ teries. C. C. Shepherd, Gorham, N. Y. 40w2* P O L ITIC A L ADVERTISING POLITICAL ADVERTISING• cltian entertainments which will be en- Second-han5 M atchless Dia- ^'oyfe(1 j3/ ^ u n g and old The proceeds go to the Community Hall. Admission, season tickets, $1.25; children, 7 to 12, 75c; single tickets, 50c. Do not forget the dates: October 20, Loveless Quartet; October 27, John F. Chambers, entertainer; November 3, j New\York Festival Players; November ; 10, Frank P. Johnson and Irene Taylor Jphinson. Tickets may be had from members pf the Blue Bird Guild. Got a gener­ ous supply for yourself and family. (Bellona Corres.) These same entertainments will be given on the following evenings in tfte Dresden Methodist church. The Dresden dates are Oct. 21, 28 and Nov. 1 , 11 . I 40w2 LIVE STOCK FOR SALE For Sale —O. I. C. pigs. C. R. Sturm, Middlesex, N. Y. 41w3* For Sale—New milch cow. ♦> i or 4 1 ... oat ‘'O' ols. phone 9-F-12. J. L. Nich- 41wl Saic -Chester White pigs. Henderson, phone 8-F-14. For Arthur 41wl possession. Penn Yan. Address 104 Brown St., 38t l For Sale or Rent—7-room house and garage. C. F. Fisher, real estate. Phone 401-W. _______ 41wl* For Sale—New 7-room house, $500 down, balance like rent; this is a good buy. C. F. Fisher, real estate. Phone 401-W. 41wl* For Sale —9-room house, all improve­ ments ; garage for 3 cars; extra large lot; price $4,000. C. F. Fish­ er, real estate. Phone 401-W. lw* For Sale—92-acre farm bordering state road, 1 1-2 miles irom Dundee, adapted to fruit, dairy and poultry; timber, good building and water. E. P. Benedict, Dundee, N. Y. 39w3* For Sale —House and large lot at BluTf Point, near store, church and school, within walking distance oi Keuka College; modern improve*' ments. Phone 216-W and make ap­ pointment. 41wl To Close Estate —Centrally located Boston double, 5 rooms and bath up and down; all modern improve­ ments; very valuable lot; for quick sale, $6,500, part cash. Mutual, 3 Arcade. __ ___ ________ _39w3* A Comfortable Home for a little money; 8-room house on Sheppard St.; electricity, toilet., water, 2-car garage; big garden; everything very good; priced low at $3,200; small payment down, balance like rent. Mutual, 3 Arcade. 39w3* straw; lumber wagon, double b o x ! and springs; democrat wagon, 1-j horse lumber wagon, ton buggy, 2 ; road wagons, double harness, single ■ harness, spike-tooth harrow, 2-horse WiaixL plow, Deering mower, horse rake, grain drill, 2 cultivators, grind­ stone, 16-ft. ladder, 2 horse lorks, 8 pulleys, 100 it. rope, iron vise, blacksmith tools, 25 potato crates, cross-cut saw, forks, hces, shovels, sledges, etc. Household goods: 3 wooden beds, 2 sets springs; 2 coru beds, feather bed; 12-ft. extension < table, 6 dining chairs, 6 parlor' chairs, 5 rush seat stencilled chairs; ! 4 splint bottom chairs; 2 spring: rockers, 2 other rockers, oda ’ chairs, 2 center tables, dressqr, corn-1 mode, 3 stands, Boston rocker, 2 couches, day bed, 4-leg cherry diop- leaf table, mirror, large table, lev cream freezer, 28 yards ingrain car­ et, quantity rag carpet; kitchen cup­ board, cook stove, wood chunk stove, large Stewart round oak heater, sew­ ing machine, 2 churns, 2 nutter bowls, 30-gal. meat crock, 20-gal meat crock, washing machine, ket­ tles, crocks, jugs, pictures, cans, | N._Y. Phone 18-F_-1!._ 41w3* dishes, glassware, cooking utensils | For Sale—Jersey \ Giant; Plymouth Sale—Shropshire rams. Edwin J. Ketcham, Jr., phone 58-F-6. R. D. No. 1._______________________38w4* For Sale—Cow with calf by side; also another to freshen soon. Phone 38-F-15. ________ 41wl* tiix-wecks-old Figs for sale, phone 61 F-l-1. Stephen Whitaker, Penn Yan, 1L D._l. | ______ 40tf For Sale—Mule team, also one- horse. Apply Charles Newton, manager, Himrod, N. Y, _____________ 40w2@ Pullets—Nine nice Rhode Island Red pullets for sale at very reasonable price. Frank M. Raymond. 41wl* Hampshire For Sale—Two yearling rams. Vernon Laller, Middlesex, N. Y., It. D. No. 1. Potter phone 4-F-13. 41wl For Sale—Two cook stoves and one gas plate, also gas stove, oak heat­ er. All in good condition. 118 Hen ry St. 39w3* w . . . For Sale—Two heating stoves, Geneva Andes and Stewart oak; first-class condition. Shay Oil Co., Elm St. Phone 267. __________________ 4jtt For Sale—Dogs, German Police and Shepherd puppies, $3.50 each. Al­ fred Peterson, Penn Yan, R. D. 6. Phone 4-F-31. ______________ 39w3 Potato Crates For Sale—Brand new, No. 1, standard size potato crates. E. C. Knapp, Penn Yan, It. I). 8 (Potter Center). 35w8* For Sale—A steam heating boiler in good condition. Ready for inspec­ tion. Good bargain. Wm. E. Cor­ coran, 135 E. Elm St. 41wl* __ For Sale— Second-hand bean harvest­ er; second-hand cream separator, and second-hand manure spreader. Horton-Vann Hdw. Co. __ llw l For Sale- -Remington\ autonTatic^.SS caliber rifle, in good condition, at very reasonable price. J. W. Dee, 129 Burns Terrace, Penn Yan, N. Y. Phono 3D3-W. _______________ 4Iwl* For Saic—Large round, oak heating stove, nearly new; also reed baby carriage. Phono 169. C. L. Pitcher, _111 Henry St., Penn Yan._ 40w3* For Sale—Used Reo speed wagen, stake body, cab, reasonably priced; just the thing to draw away your * New York State 1,400,000 en r o lled Democrats. ♦ W N U Service Draping High French Window AVlille the present-day tendency is toward low-spreading roofs and wide windows rat lief than high For Sale—Two Holstein cows, 4 and 5 years old, to freshen soon. P. H. & B. H. Flynn, Pen n Yan, It. 1). 6. Phone 7-F-3. _ _ _41tf For Sale -— Twenty-five good grade ewes; .1 registered Delaine ram, 3 years old. H. G. Stanhope, Keuka, of all kinds and other articles loo numerous to mention. PRATT A. PRITCHARD. HARRY COLE, Auctioneer. PERRY WRIGHT, Clerk. 41wl* LIVE STOCK W A N T E D Mighty Desirable, centrally located, 8- room semi-bungalow, with every modern convenience, oak floors, French doors. Very good economi­ cal furnace, gas, heater, laundry, modern plumbing, large living porch at rear. Lot 60x150. A fine home for $6,000. A small cash payment takes it Mutual. 3 Arcade. 39w3* Mother Goose on' Balloon Tires Jack and Jill went up the hill At 60 miles or better; A cop unkind Was right behind— They're seeking bail by letter. —Bridgeport Post. ♦ News while it is News. T h a t is w h at the Chronicle-Express prints. W anted— Poultry and veal calves. Will call for them. John Monagnan, _ phone 3-F-4. ____________ _____43t t Wanted—Live stock, alio poultry™at all times. Phone 38-Y-21, Clarence Boyce, Stanley. _______________ 28tf Wanted— Fat lambs, hogs, new mnen cows and fat cattle. John Monaghan, phone 8-F-4. ______ 35tf Live Poultry Wanted—Broilers and fowls at highest prices that can bu afforded; will come and get them. Frank M. Raymond. _______ 39w4* Wanted—Highest price paid for poul­ try. Will call for them. Phone Stanley 32-Y-2 or Canandaigua 1128- _ ^22. __ Steward_A. Royef._l_8w26* W anted —Poultry and eggs. If you want to sell for the highest market price,. call J. H. Kipp, Rushville 22-F-ll; also calves, hogs and iam bs. ___________ 33 tr Wanted—Large quantity heavy fowls and chickens; am around Penn Yan every week and will call for them. Phone reverse, Stanley 4-Y-21. Ar­ thur Watkins. 35wlt*tf Rock, White Wyandotte pullets also dressed broilers. E. M. Bingham, Penn Yan, N. Y. Telephone 370-J. ______________________________ 40 tf ^ For Sale—Team of horseg, weight about 3,000; also good heavy double harness. See C. H. Green, Birlcelt Mills, or write Perm Yan, General Delivery. __ _ _ 41tf (41*) registered ones, there are still many women who have the problem of the old-fash­ ioned drawing­ room, with tall windows reaching nearly or entirely to the floor. In these stately old rooms the groat difficulty is get­ ting s u fli c i c n t light. If an at- Wanted ■— Experienced stock cutter I tempt is made to lessen the apparent bv wood-working department of j height of the windows, by means of grapes. Finger Lakes Storage Oa-i rage, 113 Wage-ner 'St. Phone 179 M. 4 iw l HELP W A N T E D Apply at 40 tf 41w2* hor Sale Pure-bred Hol­ stein Friesian bull, T. B. tested, 14 months old, price reasonable consid­ ering breeding. Address Leon Way and, Penn Yan, N. Y., Pc. D. 7. ___________^________________39 w4* For Sale—A few certified Single vComb White Leghorn cockerels, also a few selected cockerels not certi­ fied: prices right. Merrill Smith, Middlesex, N. Y. Phone 12-F 32, Rushville. 41w4* His Duty Whitfield & Sons, Inc. plant, Champlain Ave. Wanted—Woman** for~~general house­ work ; small family; all modern im­ provements. Inquire Mrs. C. E. Doubleday, 171 Main St. Wanted —Many good American men for inside factory work, both day and night; some to learn special processes and others for gcneial work, hourly and piece rate prices paid. For information write W. E. Mack, The Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls. N. Y. 40w2 VITAL STATISTICS. Married. CASTNER-MALONEY — Miss both Maloney and Earl S. Castner, both of Milo, in Penn Yan, October 11, 1926. Eliza- Read ALL the WANT ADS. During a duststorm at one of the army camps a recruit sought shelter in the cook's tent. “If you'd put the lid on that camp kettle you would not get so much dust in the soup,” said the recruit. “ See here, my lad,” said the cook, “your business is to serve your coun­ try.” “ Yes,” replied the recruit, “but not to cat it.” Died. SISSON—In Jerusalem, October 8, 1926, Josephine Sisson, aged 12 years. IIAYNER—In Penn Yan, October 11, 1926, Eugene Hayner, aged 69 years. LEDDICK—In Yatesville, October 11, 1926, George C. Letklick, aged SI years. ROBESON—In Branchport, October 8, 1926, Mrs, Nancy Robeson, aged 87 years. JOLLEY—In Dresden, October 10, 1926, Mrs. Samuel Jolley, aged 66 years. --------- ♦ - Advertise—it pays. shades or valances, the one scarce of light Is cut off—that is, the reflec­ tion of the light in the sky which shows above the buildings across the way. I recently saw an Interesting treat­ ment of one of these very high win­ dows. The curtains, which were of a 'i\u>tvous, semitransparent printed silk, *le!l in color, were caught back with blinds and rosettes of silk In plain color, af. about the heights of the chair rail. Beneath them was a veil of tilot net, with a . delicately woven pattern near the bottom. At the top of this lofty window was a shaped valance cleverly planned to cut down the height and yet to admit every bit of light possible. This val­ ance curved down at the sides but was shaped up in the center with only a »bit of a dip to break the line of the side draperies. Beneath this valance a straight valance of the filet net gave a finishing softness and another little break in the height, without sacrific­ ing a ray of light. To make so high a window ‘ seem lower by breaking up the long lines pleasantly and naturally is the achievement of a truly ingenious home decorator. * (Copyright.) \ Republican votes elected Smith. T his time they w ill elect Ogden Mills. Keep the country prosper­ ous. Cut out the waste of State money. + ♦ N ) v%- I ! R e p u b lica n years are * prosperous years. Get out the Republican vote! Don't fail to read all the ads in this issue of the Chronicle-Express. I ■i j \ -t- V' » - v r ' . rx .._ i. - # i . t l i l - . i f i t l ' - * , Zji&r ____ l 'SU. s A* . I > l . . I t s (

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