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KATONAH RECORD THURSDAY,: JULY#, 1914. JUL ...BAILEYS DEPARTMENT STORE... ...SPRING CLOTHING... Special Opening Sale! CA MEN'S BLUE SERGE SUITS J) U Fast Colors, AH Woo! Serge Splendid Fitting Suits, <g» f f\fi They are $18.00 values, Sale Price «P1 ^.VU 75 BQYSJSUITS In Great Assortment of Colors. Blue /tf» J /*| O Serge, Brown Mixtures, Neat Stripes, Q Worth S6 and S7. Sale Price . H. F. BAILEY & CO., MT. KISCO. Are your coals precious stones? Some heating systems simply .devour fuel until its value is out of all proportion to the results. -The house still remains cold! Get away from this bondage. It's so easy to install (MTEDJSTATESBOILBRS AND RADIATORS They cut down tlio cost of living b y yielding the greatest heat from fuel consumed. They are scientifically de­ signed with deep fire pot, large water • ways, and roomy combustion chamber.- Let us tell you all about these, efll- , dent Modern Heating Systems. Write or call for full particulars. Now is the Time To fill your Coal liin for next v inter. While you're thinking about « hat you're going to burn, why not think about whore jou're going to burn it? Is the Same Old System Satisfactory? Do you derive the largest ben­ efit from >our heating with the least amount of expense and trouble. If You Are Considering a Change i Let us gi\ e you an estimate for a system that will satisfy. KELLOGG & MEAD Katonah, N. Y. Telephone 251 Hardware Heating Plumbing Thi-ro WU8 n lurgc* attendance at (he funeral of Mrs. IJiticalu-th Sp.-iul- 11 IJK at St John b Church last ni'i'k Friday morning, many COIIIIIIK irom out of town, and m-uuliful flow ITS navo silent and frnjjraiit ii-xilniiiiiy of tlit- IOWHK rciiKiiiiliraix.-c In ulilih this estimable kidy was yiiclit Pawling Chronicle. Walter Jones and wltV, or Scars dale, visited over tho Fourth at thu hoim- of his mother. Mrs. Situ Jones. I'ifa wi'fk for Sprint; hake ulu-n- V.wy will enjoy their annual vueutloii School Superintendent Covey left on Aluuday morning fur Allmii> whi-ie lie attended the Library Insillule\ Harold Reynolds lias purchased a luin-cyliiider Indian motorcycle and Is already busily engaged in hurtling up tliu roads. Valentine Miller hus taken a posi­ tion on the Uenetlii't Harm, wlJlcVi iiiTesltated Ills withdrawal from the Lakeside team during tho busy farm­ ing seanon Miss Mary Bassett is tho guest of her friend, Miss Mildred Rich at her homo at Yorktown Heights. Robert Lent has given up the R. P D. route and Frank McKinley has taken' his pluce during his vacation. Rev G I*. I'aysim and family luftd—-fctToy Gregory has accepted a posl- IHiring M r PaysonVi abs'Micn on viuatlon the regulu- morning HWVICO at t.ie Presbyterian Church at 10.,10 anil lli« Sunday Sclitiol s<\ssion at II 1\. and the Young l'\ople's meet­ ing ut 0 .10 will be *ield a? u.*ual Tlio morning ee.-vlccs for th«? 'nonth will bo as follows July 12—Mr Da- vl'l MeNaugCiy, ope of tho secretar­ ies of the Board of United Miesion- ary Campaign, and formerly a great Y M C. A worker, July l!>th— h Dr. John Hogg, brotior of Mr Rob- on Hogg , Julv -''itii—ftec William J CummtagB. of Yorktown Heights, Anguet 3d—Rov Otis T Barnes, pastor of the Congregational Cbu-cn at I'lensantvillp. tion with the frank Fowler Construc­ tion Co. and will work in the survey of tho town of Bedford, which was started on Monday morning Mr and Mrs lCrnewt Sloat of New­ ark. N. J, were week-end visitors at Hi: home of Mr? Sloat's parents, M r and Mrs. L. W Miller Mr K. P Barrett and family left last Saturday for a month's stay ut Ryo Reach. The three leaders in tho contest for the Bristol 3ceel rod ami outfit to be riven, by Kollogg and Mead to t.ie fisherman who displays the largest Vans catrh of the season are Arthur Cornell, A lb.. 12 oz ; William Samniti, r> Hi., 2 oz. Jo'in Agor, 5 lb , 9 oz, MIKB Fannie Hewlett, of Yorktown and M r and Mrs Frnnk Hutehings of Mount Kisro, wo-p over Sunday guests of Mrs . S Jones and family i Frank Reynolds of Rridg<>po-t, wa.i a week eiu] guest of Iil« parents, M r and Mrs F S Reynolds Want Column ftATES.—Not exceeding Tour linos, 25 cents for first liisiTtiou and 15 cents for euch subsequent insertion. PONY (II TI'IT FOR SAI.I-.-- A beau­ tiful, will lireii pnu\, UM.I •iiit. bar­ rens iiiui M'IIIIII', lor s.ili Addn sa \1'OM> (linlii\ care ol lieiird Kato­ nah, N Y GARACK FO R SAI.K - Fully r-qulppod garage business on Slate Road Do­ ing $iU,0iiii liusiuc-s (ioiid reason for celling A|ipl> to ( A ItuudcTtr-Brow- Hi r. N . V MONKY TO LOAN $1 nun and $1.1500 to man on Ml Klsio property Geo. B. Cranston, Mortgages, Mt KIsco, N Y Fl'LLV FI RMSIII-.H Rl M,ALOWS to rent at l'each i^iiki. The latest fad for a \aratfnn oulltig Write for bookl'it. V ff Bloomer, B n wster. N . T. Telephone 232 F 12. Norlh Salem. BROILERS —Fancy Simab Brollurs delivered at your resld -nr\ Wi dues- day and Saturday, at XI 25 u pair Woodland Poultry Farm. Schmidt .Brothers, proprietors I'l.i ne 2i4 Ka- •tonah. CHICKi-NS-r.n o sing'e comb white Leghorn cockerels. '> to 12 weeks old, excellent for table u«*o and unsur\ .passed as breeders fur filiowlug sea­ son. Prlco in lots of r,0 to 100, 35 cents each. In smaller 1 -is at 40 cents each Woodland Poultry Farm, \Schmidt Brothers, proprietor*, Phono 254 Katonah LOTS FO R 9ALF. —Only a few choice '••lots loft Now is your timo to buy 41 you want them cheap for cusll or .Installment* \ \ lllium Slmonson, solo \agent 3C2 East Main St. Mt. Klsco. S:^ COTTAGE FO R SALK.- RESOLUTION Of- CONDOLENCE. Adopted at a Meeting of the White Plains Typographical Union. At a miitniL' i>r Willie Plains Typo­ graphical 1 iiloii In hi Monday. July f>. llie follow ii.. n . 1 1II 1 ion was adopted Whereas (,ml in His gr< atness sa w fit to reiuni. I mm our midst our es­ teemed brotlii i' .mil f< How craftsman, James K UHMMI a charier member and late vlcr |>tv idriit of this union on Jul> :t I 'll I .mil Whereas, In Hi. death of M r llol- den our organization lias lost a good and faithful friend, an elllcleat oliicer, and a member universally liked by till for his st, rlliiL union qualities and kindly wins Hurefnre be It Resoheil That we « \tend to tho be- ronvi<d l.imilv our slncerest symputhy lu tin lr hour of trouble, and that n copy of HUM revolution*! 1\' spread orf the lulnuii s ut tins local, a copy sent to the fimllv mil a copy sent to tho Typograt'liii .il .lounint for publication. LoRoy Gregory and Valentino Mil- lor were guests of >-Sout'i Salem frlen'la on Sunday Mrs K. Kntffon or Peekskill Is a visitor at the homo of Mr and Mrs. P II. Lont. Chester Thomas of White Plains vus a visitor at his parents' home on Sunday. Mrs F . Brandes of N. Y City wa s the welcome guest of Mr and Mrs Dudley Thomas. SUPERVISORS FAVOR RAISING OF QUARANTINE. Tho Board of Supervisors on Mon­ day passed a resolution offered by Supervisor Charles D Millard, putting the Board on record as being in favor of raising the dog quarantine in West­ chester County Th e Supervisors would linvp the cities and towns en­ force their quarantines. A communica­ tion to this effect will be sent to tho Stuto Department of Agriculture. Membors of the Presbyterian Church held an outdoor sorvico at Canoe Cove at G o'clock last Sunday afternoon. In tiie absenco of tho Rev . W. W. Walker, the Rev Dr. Trovorrow, principal of tho Drew Seminary at Carmel, preached in the M , 13. Church last Sunday morning and tho Rev. Ed­ win Iglebardt prpached in tho eve­ ning. Mr Bruce Conover and family have left for their summer vacation at As - bury Park. Raymond Travis is enjoying a two weeks' vacation with his aunt, Mrs . Ogden Wilson, of Yonkers. Mrs. Harrison Woo d and Miss May Wilson, of Yonkers, are guests at tho homo of Miss Georgia Travis. Miss Lea r Randall, of Chappaqua, was a. recent guest of Miss Pennell. The regular meeting of the Katonah Firo Department will be held next Tuesday evening, the 14th. As mat­ ters of importance are expected to come before the meeting, it is re­ quested that every member be pres­ ent. BIDS ON OSSINING ROAD. Tho following are the bids on tho Stale road work In Ossining village —• John J Hart. Peekskill. N Y , $107,- COT 90 Brice & Tripp, Whit e Plains. N Y. , $104,317 00. Hughus & Gardner, North Tarry- town, N Y, $110,213 00 Wm. F McCabo Cons. Co., White Plains, N Y , $104.7X9.50 Jos Johnson Cons. Co., W. New Brighton. N Y, $103 243.51 $3,S00.OO 6.333.95 41.774.03 2,249. f3 Miss Gladys Brown of Ritthmont Hill. N Y, arrivod last Sunday to spend a two weeks' vacation at Mus- emit Lodge, the homo of Mrs. S E. •Aqklnn. Edward Quinu and Mrs. Quinn of New York City, spent tho holiday ut Mr and Mrs. Frank McKlnley's. Don't miss the Saturday Undor- priced Salnp at Hoyt Bros. Go. J. H. Morrison! GROCERIES I BAKERY Confectionery ICE CREAM & SODA MORRISON BUILDING KATONAH, N. Y. Telephone 20-M Opposite Depot > Charles Allen came from Green­ wich, Conn to spend the Fourth at jiM grandfat'icr's, M r Joseph Allen. Saying he wa3 an inspector from tho Westchester Lighting Company, sent to examine thd lighting fixtures, u young man entered tlio residence of Dudley H. Peabody, at Monroe Avcnuo and Larchmont Court, Mam r aroneck, yesterday, and Ctelped him­ self to $2,000 worth of Jewelry from a bureau drawe r in Mrs . Pcabody's bedroom. Tho Bitter Path. It Is defeat which educates us.- Emprnon NEW THIS WEEK Women's Lingrie Under Garments PRICES AS LOW AS ANY-LOWER THAN MANY. Also some of the new SUMMER HATS FOR MEN COME HERE FOR DRY GOODS YOU CAN'T GO WRONG i AGENT FOR SUBURBAN LAUNDRY. -New house, 0 P &J .I. . .-—.•>. I-IUI 35xlS0, In Mount j^VKlseo. Price only $2,000 A bargain. liKOi 'OeOTgc B. Cranston Real Estate and M^|^[fwuninc e Mount Klsco. N Y kf&iiGGS FOR HATCHING —Fom Barred - ^?F&ick s and Rhode Island Reds. Egg s I :Eec.each. 19 Moore Av e or Telephone i' te£ I 53iAtnsrDRY WORK —Woma n wants \\~;iflttndry work to take home. Mrs . itiJjriennan, 65 Spring St Mount Kls- '^iJPhone 276. P O Box 3M TRANSFER. TAX APPRAISER'S REPORT. Reports of proceedings of appraiser have been filed wlta Surrogate Wil­ liam A. Sawye r by Traasfor Ta x Ap­ praiser Edwar d V. Brophy. Tlie ag­ gregate is $44G,869.87, and included in his report are the estates of tne late Mrs. Susan A. Reynolds and the late Antonio Martiniello. Tito following is the ltet: Antonio Martiniailo, Whit e Plafci3 Susan A. Reynolds, Whit e Plains Henrietta G . BrinckeAoff, Ossining Joseph H Carpenter, of Greenburg i Florence Russell Carter, Tarrytown 36,761 00 Isaac Slark, Pleasantvllle. 25.909..'-2 Oaaiol Cooper, Yonkers . 6,000.00 Emllie T. Downing, New Rochelle 389.97 Katharine Eltz, Mount Ver­ non 7.447.SB Emm a M. Feldbusen, of Bronxville Bully T. Fitzpatrlck, New Rochell'a Ellen Flanagan, Port Ches­ ter Mary Heitzman, Tuckahoe Millard F. Hrnman, Port Chester 1,150 00 Charlotte B. Jackson, Yon­ kers 206,348. S3 Jam<en H Lander, Green- bu.-gh 42,185.12 Augustus Lawrence, Har­ rison 654 b4 Ella G. Mood. Port Cheater 36,511 07 James O'Connor, Port Cbes- ' ter 2,693 '.J Gortrude M. Yerks, Yon- kera 1,023.91 759.54 11.518.02 3,355 79 9.434.29 Cerberus. ' Tn Greek fable Cerberus was the three-headed dog that watchoB outsidt* the entrance to hades. Some writers assert that he had 50 heads, but genj erally he Is said to have three, ana three snakes are twined about his neck. His cave waB on the farther side of the dark River Styx, wherd Charon, the ferryman of the dead, landed the shades. Cerberus is 8Upj> posed to welcome all entering hades, but to seize all those seeking to es­ cape. Ingenious Excuse. Ratner Celebrated Author (to book­ seller's salesman)—\Look hcral T don't see my book displayed on your shelves.\ Salesman—\No sir. We had a pile of them yesterday, air, but they drew such a mob we. bad to call In the police, sir, and the building in­ spector has notified us to tako no paore chances. Sorry, sir.\—Life Dally Thought. Affection Is the broadest basts at cood In life.—George Eliot Works Both Ways. \Do man dat don't trust anybody,\ said Uncle Eben, \is mighty liable to figure out moral responsibilities In a way dat'll prevent anybody rum trustin' him.\ m 1R&I/ ESTATE.—Wanted, furnished Jjand unfurnished houses In Mt Klsco, HQl !$ftiiUng clients. If your property sMttrasalej list with Geo. B Cranston. fotffKiaco. 'CHURCIH NOTICES. \. services will be coatln. fStmday a t Katonah Hall at ' Vl'AU. interested are cord- DIEHL'S FOR SALE ONLY AT .Leading Family Grocers* DOYLE BROTHERS Sole agents for The Famous ROYAL SCARLET BRAND FINEST FOOD PRODUCTS IN THE WORLD. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Cigars ^\'SA^c Tobaccos HUYLER'S and PARK & TILFORD'S CANDIES. Telephone 241 KATONAH, N. Y. ^ HARDWARE and PLUMBING GEO. A. TEED KATONAH, N. Y. GARDEN TOOLS and SEEDS PAtNTS, OILS, VARNISHES, All of those thousand and one things needed at (his season can be had at this store. Walter A. Wood Farm Machinery PITTSBURG FIELD FENCE. BROOMS. BRUSHES. Oil Stoves. \fcusenoW Supplies. KATONAH HALL Moving Pictures Tuesday & Saturday Evgs. Hall 25x50 Feet To Rent For Special Occasions FRED'S CAFE, \The Place to Eat.\ Clean, Rightly Cooked Food Courteous, Quick Attention V SPECIALS EVERY DAY. BIG REGULAR MENU. FRED S. CLARK, Prop. Katonah Avenue. Bedlam. ttio word Bedlam is a corruption of the word' Bethlehem, which was the name of a religious bouse in London, converted Into an asylum tor lunatic* in 1546. It Is believed by many to be the oldest asylum for lunatics la Em-opo,'though there is one In Spain which Is said to have been founded^ ai an earlier date. Large.Penalon Roll. Paris has more than 50,000 retired employes' In its municipal pension rolls. Removed All Doubts. Scott—\I dreamed last night that I died and went to hosv<jB. H Mott— 'That settles It Dreamtt go by con­ traries beyond question.\ Interest—Ing. An instrument resembling a watch has been Invented In Hungary where' by It is possible instantly to computo the Interest at any rate on any given sum of money for any length of time. Kept It Dark. Gerald—\A gentleman knows how to keep a secret\ Qeraldlne—\If you are a gentleman you have kept it a secret, all right\ matter or Soinsrineis. Do mother and the girls carry In the wood or coal? Pretty hard Job for a woman, but then, some meA don't like a' backache.—Exchange, f i Telling of Evil. ; Never tell evil of a man if you- do not know ^t for A certainty; then ask yourself: \Why should I lett it?\—^ Larator. \Ihstlnetf of FtoWenC . Onein&tthe naturalists in an arctit expedition noticed that, although the '•ummor-.sun shone through the nights, She plants made no mistake, but when .the sun'got. round' to the west lha9 dosed up as,If the sun, had really pet An eclipse of the ,eua has had the same effect' ORDER YOUR Fruits and Vegetables At the PEOPLES MARKET Like Our Meats and Groceries We have the finest assortment In the Village Vegetables fresh every mornlnfg from the \Fahnestock Farm.\ Give us a trial. .., J. FRANKLIN RYAN, Prop. Phone 13-J. Ladies and Gents WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION LAW ' Consult , of Standard Quality. COMPLETE STOCK, BEST MAKES, -PRICES RIGHT O'SulIivart Rubber Heels. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE Tony ;RestucGi Avery Building Valley -Road Telephone. 252 PICNIC P>$CIES/fan get saHo*' *wl<she* madejal^eiark's. Lunch.?Car In.any quantity\at :shortx:n«tlce. .All klnd»and,*eriiy.^h«i^!9ht/ikln 1 ^8rij8;ie t u r d ,? r . •J ^tt/r sanitary conditions. Give. ni«;a trlal'ordor.- Fred S.f.ClVrTc,

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