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/ •^1.. ^ t - * • « A - . ‘vy « '\V-* : - *tK ii M‘ i .i Uk Page Ponrteen CHRONICLE-EXPRESS. PENN YAN . N. Y.. NOVEM B E R Telephone 123 Pithy Pointers for Penn Yan People PENIi YIN'S Fun and Facts For Our Farm­ er Friends VOL. 2 NOV. 18 NO. 3 Published In the In* terests of the people of Penn Yan and the farm and farmers of the sur­ rounding vicinity b HORTON inity ey •VANN THEX) & DAVE VANN Edi tors BEULAH DECKER Associate Editor Personally we vote for pumpkin pie as the greatest fall delicacy. What do you vote for? O u r pre - inventory sale opens Saturday of this week and closes Monday, Nov. 29th. We will make it of real value to the people of this community. You will find a page adver­ tisement in this issue of the Chronicle. Head it. And remember, not half of the real bar­ gains are advertised. i Our men are busy In­ stalling an Andes Fur­ nace for Mrs. Marie Carroll on East Main Street. We’ve always noticed that the bird who drives sixty miles an hour has no place in particular to go and nothing to do when he gets there. Do your Christmas Shopping early. Come to Penn Yan. How would one of those round depot coal Stoves do for your ga­ rage or shop? Price $10.25. A Feed Grinder is a good investment for the dairy farmer, and an In­ ternational will do the job to perfection. Come in and see them. It was Smith’s first Sunday as usher in the church. Naturally he was a bit fussed. Turn ing to a lady who en­ tered the door, he said, “Just step this way and I’ll sew you into a sheet.” You need a File, all the while, all the while, all the while. We have all kinds of good Files for sale here.\ You’ll find the Yates Motor Sales Co. just across the street from us. They’re selling Hud­ son and Essex cars. May we have the pleasure of supplying your requirements in barn equipment, b tan- chions, water buckets, etc.? When Seeley puts out his overcoat sign it’s a sign winter’s here. They claim this ac­ tually happened here in Penn Yan, b u t we doubt it. A young man bought an ice cream cone, walked outside to eat it, then brought the cone back to the foun­ tain. Handing it to the clerk, he says, \Much obliged for the vase.” There’s a dandy elec­ tric shop down on East Elm Street, Kinyoun & Bowers, electrical con­ tractors — Crosley Ra­ dios — Lighting Fix­ tures. Has anybody seen any Thanksgiving tur­ keys loitering around lately? E v i d e n t l y , they’re roosting high. But never mind. We know where we can get some nice tender sau­ sage. Binder— tractor— rain — rust, Outdoors — no shed payments — bust Don’t forget our sale starting Saturday. For just one week hardware prices will be cut in half. _________________ HORTON-VANN Phone 196 PENN YAN, N. Y. G e t t h e m o s t Joryour l i m e s t o n e d o l l a r Here’s how— when you buy lime you are really buying lime oxide (its active chemical property), and this is what you get: For $125.00 yea can bey, on an average, delivered to year station, 25 tons Solvay Pulverized Limestone containing 12 % tens o f lime oxide, or 9 tons Bernt Lime containing 7 % tons lime oxide, or 10 tons Hydrated Lime containing 7 % tons lime oxide. You obtain 66% more actual lime for your money when you buy Solvay Pulverised Limestone. Spread Solvay this year— note the bumper you'll spread Solvay every year! W rite for booklet. THE SOLVAY PROCESS COMPANY Syracuse, New York Keuka Lake Grape Growers Co-operative Assoc. Penn Yan, New York Kaanamtamt Trantporfatioa 4 a t:»*] > V . ' < \ . i i « Pow e red b y a W o r ld F a m o u s M o tor L o w f i l o e e teaav. ‘5 1 0 ‘6 4 5 m o tor each world wide reputation for power and economy o f operation. W ith its fully m a chined com b u s tion cham b ers §352??. and expertly honed cylinder walls, L sadau Prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich. Smalt down pay* menl and conven­ ient term$. Ask about our 6% Pur• chase Certifioat* , Plan* it gives C h e v r o let ow n ers all the advantages o f the valve-in-head principle so successfully used on some o f the costliest famous cars. Com e in! Get a dem o n stration! Learn for yourself the power, stam­ ina and sm oothness provided by Chevrolet’s famous motor! Hopkins-Jolley Motor Corp Seneca St. Penn Yan, N. Y . Associated Dealers: PALM ER & BAKER, Dundee QUALITY A T L O W CO ST Guaranteed Hair Saver Albert (anxiously)—“I’m afraid I’ll soon be bald! My hair is coming out.” Bordwell’s, Inc., — \Why worry? Use Parisian Sage and I’ll guarantee It will stop falling hair or return your money.” ^ Count Notes BELLONA Meihodist Episcopal J. R. CARPENTER, Pastor On Friday evening the Ladies’ Aid will hold their annual fair, aprons, fancy work and candy will be on sale. A roast pork supper will be served. Will those contributing aprons for the fair, please put the cost mark on, the apron? Supper will be served from 6 o’clock on, until all are served. There will be a novelty booth for the youngsters. Please leave articles at the home of Mrs. Webb Turner or Mrs. Ashley Long. Sunday, Nov 21, preaching service at 10:30, Sunday School at 12 m. Annual Thanksgiving service at 7 p. m., Rev. Orvis preaching. Epworth League at, 6:15. End of \Win-My- Chum Week.” Wilford Gelder of Ithaca and Edward Bardwell spent Sunday with the form­ er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gelder. Presbyterian- REV. ORVIS, Pastor Service Sunday morning at 10:30, topic for sermon, \the Hidden Wbrd.” Sunday School at 12 m. Dr. A. R. Lambert, of Rochester, preached a very effective sermon in the Presbyterian church Sunday morn­ ing. The fair held in the church Friday evening was well attended. Most of the things were sold, the food stuff that was left was also sold. Miss Clara Turner, who is teaching at Albion, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Webb Turn­ er. . • ■ i l » l « I William Jolly is on the sick list. James Hill, who has been in the Geneva hospital for more than a week, does not improve, but he still seems to be holding his own. The death of Mrs. James Oughter- son occurred at her home Friday night. Funeral service was held from her late home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cull of Fairville visited their daughter, Mrs. J. R. Carpenter on Sunday. In giving the names of those people who attended the surprise party given lor Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Earl on Friday night, Nov. 6, a mistake was made in omitting the names of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gelder, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Emerson and Carrie Earl. Mr. Gelder furnished the chairs for the occasion. Those, who went to the North Woods from Bellona, were: Herbert Griner, Kenneth Platman, Harry Long and Carl Rodgers. They expect to stay until the close of the deer season. Mrs. Donald Comstock left Friday morning for New York. She expects to sail for Coco Solo, C. Z., Nov. 30. In the meantime she will visit her mother in D.atona, Fla. for two weeks before sailing. Miss Lela Robson of Middlesex spent the week-end with Helen Barnes. Home Bureau will meet with Mrs. Frank Meade on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 23, at 2 o’clock. This is the Christmas Suggestion meeting. Poly­ chrome work will be taken up, also the making of bags.—Mabel Barnes. Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. Sunday morning service at 10:30, Sunday school at 11:45, Intermediate C. E. 4 p. m., Prayer service Thursday at ,7 p. m. Dr. Wood, a member of the Faculty of Rochesterr Theological Seminary, was in charge of the services Nov. 14. The Woman’s Missionary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. S. M. Barrus, Friday, Nov. 19, at 3 p. m. The W. W, G. have a change of the pro­ gram. Miss Meldrum is in Buffalo attending the New York conference of Charities and Corrections. Mrs. Earl Sutherland entertained Mrs. Wesley Sutherland of Troy, Pa., Norris Sutherland and family of Wil­ liamson for the week-end. Mrs, Sorenson has been on the sick list. Grace Fellows, after spending the summer at her cottage \Mizpah” has returned to her home in Rochester for the winter. Mrs. J. Conley who has been ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. More­ house of Gorham, has returned to her home on the park. Mr. and Mrs. F. Purdy and Howard Purdy attended the wedding of Alson Randall in Auburn. Mrs. Randall will be remembered as a student of Keulca College when it was a co educational school. Rev. and Mrs. K. N. Conrad are moving into their home which they purchased of Bert S. Tuttle. Miss Lydia Speakman, head nurse at \Dwight’s Home” Mount Herman, Mass., spent the week-end with Mary Underwood. Honor roll of Keuka Park School: First-grade, Bernard Gottfried; second grade, Esther Davis; third grade, Ma- zie Sutherland; fourth grade, Verena Gottfried; fifth grade, Mary Jame*, Frances Tillman; sixth grade, Verna Hallock; seventh grade, Lyon Loomis; eighth grade, Edward Winters. Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. ♦ l i MILO CENTER Sunday morning the union Thanks* g i v i n g service with the Baptist church at Second Milo, will be. held in our church and Rev. E. W. Chapin, the visiting pastor, will deliver the ser­ mon. The proceeds from the church fair held on Tuesday evening, Nov. 9, amounted to $117.50, which was very good considering the stormy weather. The Misses Hileman from New Lon­ don, Ohio, were guests of Miss Allene Ansley part of last week. Little Amy Peterson, who is much better, was brought home on Sunday from the Highland Hospital in Roches­ ter, where she and her mother have been for two weeks. Amy had her tonsils removed also while in the hos­ pital. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cary of Dundee attended service in our church on Sun­ day morning. Mr. Cary, when a boy lived with.his parents and two sisters ] in a house north of Milo Center which burned later. It was located on part of the land where Arthur Henderson has an apple orchard. Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. Union Congregational REV. JAMES SYKES, Pastor Good congregations assembled morn ing and night on Sunday. We are hop ing now that the work in the fields it slowing down a little, that we shal have still larger congregations. Twenty-seven ladies were present at the parsonage on Wednesday last when Miss Ida Barnes, of Lockporl gave an address on \The Humaz Touch in Missions.” Miss Barnes rep resents the Woman’s Home Mission ary Union. The usual service next Sunday morn­ ing at 10:30, followed by Bible school at 11:45. No service Sunday evening. Sunday, Nov. 21st, the every mem her canvass will be conducted. At the morning hour of worship, pledge cards will be distributed to these present, in the hope that these may be signed and so relieve the canvassers. In the afternoon teams of canvassers will gc out and call upon our members and friends. It will greatly facilitate the work, if our friends will let us have their pledges at the morning service failing that, if they will kindly be at home in the afternoon when our teams call. A meeting of the canvassers is callec for Thursday night, Nov. 18th, at the church, to complete plans for canvass The men will be notified by mail, ant it is hoped that all will respond anc. give their help in this matter. The Boy Scouts will put on « Thanksgiving program on the evening of Thanksgiving Day. Collection foi the troop. Seneca Presbyterian REV. WALTER V. WATSON, Ministei On Sunday morning at 10:30 tin service will be in charge of Rev. Felt of Clifton Springs. The church schoo will meet as usual at 11:35. The Christian Endeavor meeting a 7 p. m, will be a Thanksgiving service with the topic \Praise God.” The church choir will assist in the music and there will be other special attrac tionse The leader is Miss Elsie Mead The Christian Endeavor recently elect ed officers as follows: President Mrs. Charles Haslett; vice-presidents Mrs. Walter V. Watson, Miss Elsi Mead; secretary, Miss Mary Coif; asst secretary, Clarence Rupert; treasurei Miss Althea Stevens; asst, treasurei Harold Minns. On Wednesday evening, Nov. 24: h a Thanksgiving service will be held a Number Nine church. This will be th pastor’s first service after vacation fo this season, as well as because^ of th self-evident propriety' of a service c praise at the Thanksgiving season members of the congregation are espe cially urged to be present, and al friends will be warmly welcome. % The Men’s Class will begin a stud; a \Congregationalism” an outline o its history, beliefs, organization, etc The text book is: “The Congregation?. Churches,” by Fredk. L. Fagley, D. D All men invited to join us and lean something of our church and its plac in the world of religion. The pasto. will conduct the studies, and Willart Onderdonk is the class president. ♦ GAGE Miss Margaret N-ageldinger, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nageldinger, is suffering 'with an infected left hand. Miss Nageldinger is in Syracuse, where she is training to become a nurse at Saint Joseph’s hospital. Miss Nina A. Reynolds of Geneva, has returned to her home after a visit of ten days at the Russell Rhodes home. Bert Lyman, spent the week-end with friends in Elmira. Mrs. Ellis Tinney, of Guyanoga, was the week-end guest of her son, Frank, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Jones were pleasantly surprised on Sunday by the arrival of his four sisters, Mrs. Anna Scott, Miss Minnie Jones, Miss Kate Jones, and Miss Emily Jones, all of Rochester, and also his two brothers, Charles and George Jones of the same city. They remained all of the day. Miss Janet McIntyre, teacher in the school located near the Warren Pulver residence, was ill for several days last 'week, during which time there was no school. Mrs. Nathan Oughterson, sister of Mrs. Elmer Briggs, died at her home near Hall, Saturday morning. Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. NDEE The ladies ’ df the Presbyterian church are meeting every Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors to make articles for sale at the big fair which will be put on at the Odd Fel­ lows hall the first week in December. Mrs. Mevivn Taylor, president of the Ladies’ Aid Society is manager of the event. , .j>. The officers and teachers of the Primary department and the Cradle Roll department of the Dundee Pres­ byterian church entertained the mothers of the children of these de­ partments, on Friday affternoon at the church parlors from three to five. A program was given and a social time enjoyed by all. ! The meeting of the Woman’s Study 'club was held on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Miss Sylvia Sayre. The following program was given: Roll call, Sea Verses; Coral and Coral Islands, Mrs. Nellie Wall; Pearls, Mrs. Frank Jessop. Mrs. Minnie H. Peche, of Glenora, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Florence, to J. Wilson Long. Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. I I ♦ CROSBY Seven members of the Men’s 6and of the North Baptist church of Corn­ ing were with us again Sunday eve­ ning and conducted a soul stirring service. A prayer meeting was held last week Wednesday evening at the home of Wm. Kenyon, seventeen being pres­ ent. This week was held with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowlby following the Missionary meeting. Arthur Wren moved to Penn Yan last week. L. J. Beilis and family returned to their home in Penn Yan Friday. Mrs. Bert Gibson visited relatives in Corning last week. About thirty neighbors met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Christensen Thursday evening and enjoyed the selves with games, music and eats. Esther Kretchman of Corning is visiting Frances Semans. Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. YATESVILLE The first Quarterly Conference of the year will be held at Potter Satur­ day, Nov. 20, at 2 o’clock. All the church officials are requested to at­ tend. The new road on the flat is complet­ ed and open for traffic. Mrs. George Leddick is confined to her home with a complication of di­ seases. Mrs. Clarence Tomion of Ben­ ton is caring for her. Miss Izora Robson visited Miss Es­ ther Hallock of Keuka Park over the week-end. Bishop Thirkield of Tennessee will speak in the M. E. church, Penn Yan next Sunday evening, Nov. 21, at 7:00. Let our church be well represented. Thanksgiving service will be held next Sunday. A good attendance is desired. Collection to go to Home Missions. Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. ♦ Safe, Sure and 'Speedy Hundreds of people have been re­ lieved of the agonies attendant on weak kidneys and bladder by using the remarkable treatment called Sol- vax which is sold here by Bordwell’s, Inc. Price 50 cents. FRIEND Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock at Potter church will be held the first Quarterly Conference. v The pastor urges a good attendance from this place. On this afternoon (Thursday) is the Christmas suggestion meeting of the Home Bureau at Mrs. Ray Schofield’s. Plan to come. C. C. Culver returned home on Satur­ day after spending several days in the S. and S. Hospital for treatment. Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. Chests of Silver Priced all the way from $11.50 in plated ware to $250 in sterling. 46wl Shepard & Grady, Jewelers. STARKEY Remember the fair and roast pork supper 4o be held in the Community • * * Hall on Thursday evening. Serving will commence at 5 o’clock. Mr and Mrs. T. Bilson, of Penn Yan, were at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J. H. Voorhees, on Sunday and attended the dedication service. Mrs. Earl Shannon spent the week­ end at the home of her brother at Rochester., ' Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit or vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. A lawyer in the famous McPherson sace stated that there are four kinds of ankles. But the general opinion of the boys around our office is that there are only1 two kinds—those that are and those that ain’t. Freed-Eisemann. Radio, 5, 6, 8-tube sets, $60 to $650. Sold only at 46wl REILLY BROS/ ♦ Advertise in the Chronicle-Express G. G. Southerland was brought t his home from Geneva General Ho* pital on Wednesday. Mre Southerlan fell from a ladder while picking apple: soine weeks ago, fracturing a vertebi; of his spine. He has been put in . cast and will be confined to his bu for some time. The employees of Ray Black at th- Co-op. surprised, him with a beef stea: supper last week Tuesday night. Afle; supper Mr. Black was presented wit, a steak set. Mr. and Mrs. Grove Robson and son Allen, who are soon moving to Chest- peake City, Md., visited relatives her< the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roe and chi dren, of Horseheads, . spent Sunda; with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Goundry. Mrs. Walter Watson and litt < daughter have returned home aft : spending some months with her pa. ents in Kentucky. Mr. Schratt severed an artery in hh wrist when he was cut by one of th knives in a paring machine at his eva; orator. Mrs. Minnie Stokoe is staying i Seneca Castle for the fall while Mist Ethel is employed in the office of th' Co-op. there. Two cars were ditched on Dixon* hill the past week, both accidents wen caused by the drivers putting on the i brakes while coming down the hill, i is said, at an excessive rate of speet Mrs. J. A. Robson’s S. S. Class met Thursday with Mrs. Fletcher Adam All members who were able walked t: the home of Mrs. John Carr, one o the members who is confined to hi\ home with a broken ankle. George Lanby has returned to hi home in iftiaca after spending som time with his brother here. ThePilgrim S. S. Class will hol< their November meeting Tuesday, th 23rd, with Mrs. Roscoe Hall. The let ter for rail call is S. The change ir date is due to the regular day bein* Thanksgiving Day. M, t . and Mrs. W. C. Mead spent Sun day and Monday in Weedsport, th*. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huie Thomas B. Wilson and Mrs. T. Eu ward Hickey returned Thursday fron Boston, Mass. Mrs. Hickey went t Boston earlitr in the week to accom pany Mrs. Wilson home. Howard Cayward is working agai at the local telegraph office, which i giving full-time service. Roy Hall, Leroy Bond and Jamei Bush and son spent the week-end hunt ing in the Adirondacks. ...................... George Hansen, Sr., recently visitet relatives in Buffalo. Misses Ethel and Vera Sykes wen at home from Geneva Hospital, when they are in training, Sunday. Mrs. Roy Hall and children visitei at the home of her uncle, Harry Arch er, of Geneva, over Sunday.- One of Wm. Dewick’s sons broke his arm last week while cranking his Ford Seward Transue attended the Syra cuse-Colgate football game in Syracuse Saturday. Ten candidates were obligated in thi first and second degrees at Grange oi Saturday evening. The next meeting on Nov. 27th, will be of unusual inter est, in that Union Grange, of Billsbor ough, will bring to Hall the gavel which is being relayed to every Grange in the state. The third and fourth de grees will also be given, in full form and refreshments will be served. The Grange orchestra, directed by Mr. McCumber, played Friday night al the church fair, Bellona Presbyterian Danish News Uggerby Mrs. Marie Jensen, born Christen sen, passed away at her home in Ug­ gerby, October 16th. She was about 8816 years of age. Klitplantor J. P. Jensen passed away at his home in Uggerby October 16th. Sindal Mr. and Mrs. O. Jacobsen celebrated their golden wedding on October 22nd. Mr. Jacobsen was teacher in Skoreu school, of Bindslev, for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Moller, of Fjil- sted celebrated their 25th wedding day. Mr. and Mrs. Mollen have a small farm which they have worked for some time. They are classed as ex­ cellent farmers. They have seven children. Three big barns on Taklaborg’s farm were destroyed by fire on the ■15th «pf October. The owner and the hired help, except one man, were in the field at work. The man who was at home was grinding feed. He was using a gasoline engine. The fire is thought to have started from the feed grinder. All of the crops were de­ stroyed, together with a large amount of fire wood, and also the modern stable which was built by General Counsel Mr. Pay. Taklaborg’s is owned by Jensen Thrane. When his daugh­ ter, who was staying in Thornegaard, saw the fire at her home she suffered a nervous shock. S H E W I L L BE THANKFUL! GIVE \HER.\ A ~ 1 BRANCHPORT Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sqires and lit­ tle son will spend the winter with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Conklin at Bluff Point. Mr. Squires who has been ill tor many months, stood the trip well. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Stevens left last week for their home in St. Petersburg, Florida. , Miss Snyder and Miss Adams wish to thank all of the people who helped to make their Hallowe’en party a suc­ cess. Some, who could not attend, sent gifts of money, and this was greatly appreciated. Nearly $25 was realized, $15 of which was paid on the Victrola and $10 was used for records. Ynyone who wishes is cordially in­ vited to visit the school at any time. Mrs. Eugene Wiley is spending some time in Boston, called there by the serious illness of Mr. Wiley’s mother. Mrs. Richard Gallaher, of Johnson ity, Tenn., is visiting her mother, Mrs. George Tuthill. Mr. and Mrs. Van De Water are now >ccupying their cottage, built this summer at the poplars. They expect o stay until Dec. 1, then go to Atlanta, Ga. The children will want to be at the library at 2 o ’clock sharp on Saturday ifternoons, so they won’t miss any of the story hour. Many children en­ joyed last Saturday, but there is lots zf room for more. Mrs. E. M. Stever is confined to her iome by a bad attack of shingles, thus letaining them from starting for Flor­ ida as expected. Rev. Dewitt C. Riley has returned to lis home after spending some time .vith nieces in Buffalo. Milton Fitzwater and Norman Hunt ittended the football game in Ithaca on Saturday. Mr. Fitzwater remained zver Sunday to visit his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fitzwater. Mrs. Allen McMinn is now at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ?eter Pulver, recovering from her op­ eration. Miss Virginia Davis spend the week­ end with her cousin, Catherine Hurd. Mrs. Sarah Alexander has her laughter, Mrs. A. J. Colvin, of Bor- len, and granddaughter, Elva Borden, visiting her, also Mrs. Ray W. Lee md daughter, who are remaining un- il the 1st of December. The Book Club will meet on Friday afternoon with Mrs. VanDeWater. A Thanksgiving program will be given. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Vail, of Massena, were week-end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Vail. Mrs. Anna Stoddard is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Schuyler Hurd. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newland and amily were in Dansville last week. Mr. Newland expects to go to Dans ville to work this winter. Mrs. Minnie Ansley and Rena Davis pent last week with their brother, lames Davis, at Painted Post. Dorothy Perry, of Branchport, and George Forsling, of Rochester, were mited in marriage by Rev. Barnard, it Pulteney, Thursday, Nov. 4, 1926. Mrs. Frank Lewies is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Perry and Mr. md Mrs. George Forsling motored to CJtica for the week-end. * Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Donaldson, ac­ companied by Mrs. Donaldson’s sisters, Mrs. Frank Chappell and son, Wendell, md Mrs. Simon Hickey and daughter, letty Jean, of Addison, and Miss Edna lewson, of Mansfield, Pa., were in I Penn Yan Tuesday attending the fu- leral of their aunt, Mrs. Sara Hobson. Guests at the Lyman Donaldson home the past week were Mr. and Mrs. James Woodhouse and daughters, Mary Frances and June, of Elmira; Mr. and Mrs. George Hewson and s*s- er, Jennie, of Bellona. Branchport Cider Mill will do eus- om work Tuesday and Friday of each i week; other days by calling me up.; Cider for sale, $3.75 per bbl., at mill. Jrape juice, 60 per gal. 45w2* Phone 163-W if you can donate fruit )r vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home. Service Appliance Co. Arcade Bldg., Main St. Phone 661 Penn Yan U R ALL KINDS AMD GUARANTEE YOU HIGHEST PRICES ANB FAIR GRADING Let me see yours be­ fore you sell Frank M. Ravi I 46w4 Mothers Treat Colds The New “Direct” Way He Longer Necessary to “Dose” Chil­ dren With Internal Medicines te Break Colds. Children’s diges­ tions are easily up­ set by too much “ dosing.\ Vicks VapoRub bang ex­ ternally applied, does not upset little stomachs. At the first sign of croup, sore throat, or any other cold trouble, apply Vicki freely. There is nothing to swallow^ you just “ mb it on.'* 1 V a p o R u b O n * H N h u o m J a b s U s c o YtAuy RHEUMATISM While in France with the American Army I obtained a French prescrip­ tion for the treatment of Rheumatism and Neuritis. I have given this to thousands with wonderful results. The prescription cost me nothing.. I ask nothing for it. I will mail it if you will send me your address. A postal will bring it. Write today. P A U L CASE, Dept. C-587, Brockton, Mass. i holds False Teeth tig h t in th e mouth K L U T C H form s a com fort cushion between p la t e mnd gums-; holds plate so snug it c a n ’ t! ro c k , drop, ch a fe, or “ be played with,1' an d n o t a seed can get under it. You can ea t and ta lk as well as you did with your ow n teeth . W h y endure dropping, rocking plates a n o t h e r day when Klutch will give y o u in s t a n t relief? G e t a box o f your drug­ g i s t n o w . P r ice 5 0 cents. 4 5 w l 0 Try This For Rheumatic Agony und Swellings ♦ For many years Joint1 Ease has been used in every state in the Union to help a multitude of people bring com­ fort to sore, painful joints and muscles, In every big 6-day bicycle race for years Joint-Ease is the one remedy used to bring quick relief to sore over­ worked muscles and in every instance the winners have praised its helpful­ ness. Sold Danish Moving Picture “Once Upon a Time,” Danish picture dniggists everywhere. with English titles, also a Danish choir of Yates and Ontario County singers. Sampson Theatre, Nov. 24th, 8 p. m. Adults, 35c; children under 12, 20c. Followed by dance at Grange Hall. 46wl* . by Prouty’s Pharmacy and Crosley Radio—Better, Sold at REILLY BROS.’ costs less. 46wl Rub It In—Tube 60 Cents Farmers who are planning to saw church, and Saturday night at Union their winter’s supply of wood will be Grange intez-ested in a Cornell bulletin on fit- Miss' Ethel Crosier, of Elmira tin& the, If you, vl?h ? Heights, was at home over the week- copy, ask for E 94 on a postcard ad- end . | dressed to the office of publication, T h e Em b roidery Circle m e t W e d n e s- ! State College of Agriculture, Ithaca, day afternoon, at the home of Mrs.;N* George Waldo. A or ™ ~ .. i Freed-Eisemann Radio, noted for its Phone 163-W rf y°u can donate fruit t quality, sold only at Reilly Bros.’ vegetables to Guertha Pratt Home.. H a ♦ Read the Want Columns. i 1 ; I \ 4 i ♦ , ; ». . 1 j •«. , 6&s

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