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Katonah record. (Katonah, N.Y.) 1913-????, July 23, 1914, Image 2

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PAGE TWB ,„ . KAfONAri RECOUP THUH&tofuLY 23..19M. ...B AILEYS D EPARTMENT S TORE... SPECIAL JULY SALE Ladies White Dresses At Reduced Prices. Ladies Trimmed Hats Your Choice for Were $3, S4 and S5 Hats. Come Early and Get Your Pick. H. F. BAILEY & CO., - MT. KISCO. KATONAH JJEWSi Wallace Searles is now running tl'e K- 1 J . route iu place of Frank McKinley, who has returned to hla duties lu the Now York post office. The family of Mr Granville T Em- mot, the New York lawyer, who pur­ chased the Clyde Fitch estate cant ot Katonah, lcrt Tor an extended su- } Jouni in California on Monday. Mr. liimmot will join them later. Are your coals precious stones? i Some heating systems simply devour fuel until its value is out of all proportion to the results. The house still remains cold! Get away from this bondage. It's so easy to install (/RlT£Dj$TATEsBotLBnS, jfUmJ^ADIATQRS They cut down tho cost of living by yielding the greatest heat from fuel consumed. They are scientifically de­ signed with deep fire pot, large water Ways, and roomy combustion chamber. \ Let UB tell you all about these effi­ cient Modern Heating-Systems. Write or call for full particulars. Now is the Time To fill your Coal Bin for next winter. While you're thinking about what you're going to born, trhy not think about where you're going to bum it? i Is the Same Old System Satisfactory? Do you derive the largest ben­ efit from your healing with the least amount of expense and . s .* trouble. If You Are Considering a Change Let us give you an estimate for a system that will satisfy. KELLOGG & MEAD Katonah, N. Y. Telephone 251 Hardware Heating Plumbing Want Column /IATES.—Not receding four linos, 25 cents fur Urst Insertion and 15 conts for cacti subsequent Insertion. you ni:.sr i-n. improii mi nt M Hunt, Katiiniih room cotlngr. Apply to Chan. nil A S. S. Criuik ulMitb to announce Unit lie has uiKap-d u lirst-class workman tinU Is niiw ready to receive his old cu ^tiimrM uiiil in w onos at his K.\ tonih hint khiuitli blmp Good wurl jui.irantct-il. 1.000—MILK FED BROILERS— 1,000 — At pur pound ullve, runt, ing from Hi io 2 lbs. each. I'ir-t come fir--! kirii 'd Schmidt Urol In r.- I'liont* 1'.. I K.iluriali KOU SALK -Near Somcrs. A pim l family Imrsf', aliuut 12 years old. H;:iirllc ( | lij unnn-n ft ml children t ,ni he had ni a rcaMinahle price Aildn v K. L. Clilclu -MLr, Stockton, Now .li -r-\ > LOST -New Caulols uutO tire. ::i \ lietwei n Kntouah and Amsiu .ilk Kinder please return to Hayes' Curate Kntonai. N. Y. MORTGAGK OF $2,000 FOIl SALK. Has abniit three years to run. Kill edge hi every rospect; rato 6 per cent per annum Owner ncods monoy S<-- GeorKo B Cranston, IteaJ Estate, Mt Kisco. MONEY TO hOAN —$1,000 and $l'.r.nn to loan on Mt Kisco property Oo B. Cranston, Mortgages, Mt. Kl .-co. N. Y. Harlem Division Baseball League. Schedule of Games. Schedule for July 2Gth. I 'leaMi 'itvlUe at Katonah. ( liappauua at Mt. Kisco. UrewRti T at Hcdford Hills. \UK\lxt 1 — Mount Kisco 'at PJcasantvillo. Ilciifc r:l Hills at Cliappaqua. Aupust N— \Ira^aulvillp at Mt. Kisco. i: . uster at Iledford Hllla. ('happiiqun at Katonah. \llUUKt 1.1 — \lt Klsro at Ilrew«ter K.itniiah at I'leasautvlllc. I ..-ifo-il Mill» at Chuppaqua. \»KUst 22— l'htantvillo ut Katonah Hertford Mills at Mt Kisco. t l.nppaqua at lirewster *.u--u!-t 23 — Mt Kisco at ricaBaaivIhc. !..!•• nah at Ile.lford Hi :s. Mr uster at Chappaiua S. ptemher 5— I 'll .isantvillo at B.-osvster. Mt Kisco at Katovah C 'nipiMinun at IJodfojd Hills. S- pteiii'ie- 12— K atonal) at Mt. Kisco. HrewHter ut Chappaqua. September 19— Mt Kisco at Katonah. H>dford Hllla at Brewster. Chappaqua at Pleasantvlllo. F H. Lent and family motored to Tarrytown on Sunday and passed a pleasant afternoon at Lie :iomo of Lieputy Sheriff Charles li. No3slt- tier. This gentleman 13 prominontly .iientlonod as the next candidate for Sheriff on the Republican ticket. Wo are\ glad to hum tlmi-tJio-coa^| ditioa of Mrs. Kasohop, who is In a Now Yo.-k Hospltnl, ia improving and that she will sooa be In our midst onco more. Owing to tho repairs being road 3 on the Bedford—Goldens Bridge State Highway, Commissioner Carlisle has announced the closing of tnat road between Stations 1C0 and 247. Tho detour Is as follows:—From Lewis Corner to Crews Kiver Reservoir and by City road on Uio south side of Cross Kiver Reservoir, a distance of about 1 3-1 miles Tho , picnic of the Presbyts: an Church and Sunday School of Katon- all will bo held on the -proport/ <_f Mr. William G. Barrett immediately south of the Lakeside Field on Thurs­ day, July 30ta. If it is stormy it will bo held c«i Friday. A baseball game, boat races' and various sports are be­ ing arranged for the day, Ioe croaui will be served at lunch time. All are asked to hiring a basket lunch. All are Invited .to bo present and eajiy the day. \ - Mrs Mary Smith of New York City spent Monday night and Tuesday, n a the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F>. E. Rtynolds and family. Mrs. Myrtle Davidson is substltut- i-fng- as -ntoaographer_at _tliQ_ nffic .R of tho Katonah Lumber, Coal and Feed Co , while Miss WCilte la enjoying a vacation. Miss Fidelia* Warner, of New Yoru .City, is visiting Miss Helena Todd, this week. , Mrs. David Mead and daughters, aro spending two weeks with Mr. Mead's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ander Mead, at Lake Waccabuc. Le- Charles P. Kennedy made a short trip to Washington last week where hie father is seriously il l Painter Thomas H. aGnung and his forco is engaged in covering tho Ka- tonau High School Building with brlgCit new paint and Is doing a pieco of work to be well proud of. Tho Methodist Sunday School is holding it3 annual picnic at Lake Ma- hopao today. Jesse Hyatt, of Mount Kisco, em­ ployed as an engineer by Contractor Frank Fowler, is at the homo of his son-in-law, Fred S Clark, ill with Bright '8 disease. Dr. Peter Noe, Jr, enjoyed camp lire at take Waccabuc last week in ccmpany with ills brotier Fred and red Hickok. Next Sunday the morning service at the Presbyterian Church will be conducted by Rev William J. Cum- mings, of Yorktown Heights. William Fahnstock and family have gone to Nerv London, Conn., for a stay. The mother of Miss Gladys Brown, who lias been visiting at the home of Mrs Acklan on (Xierry Street, arrived on Sunday from Brooklyn to spend the summer at Mrs. Acklan's home. , Don't miss the Saturday Under- priced Sale? at Hoyt Bros. Co Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Barrett aro entertaining Mr3 . Louise Beal and daughter, Miss Coressia, and son, William, or Elyria, Ohio. They had for their guests over Sunday Mr. and Mrs. riiilip F. Beal, of Brew­ ster, and Mr. and Mrs. G . B. Wil­ cox and son, Garrett, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrus, of Danbury, Conn. Mr. and 1 Mrs; F. Hopkins, of Brewster spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith. William Knlffen of, Bridgeport, Conn., visibsd relatives in town over Sunday. Combining business with pleasure Fred Hickok and Fred Noe are camp-' ing at South Sialcm, while installing a heating plant at the home of Dr. McNeill. A party fromi the upper county purchased a Sax'on cai» in New York City on Saturday morning and left it in tho Centra] Oarage that -evening. While filling the gasolene tank the car caught fire and was soon entirely In flames. It wasi rolled out of the building where the flames were sub­ dued by Cie Are department, the members of which responded qufckly with the chemical extinguishers, as soon as the alarm was sounded The car was greatly damaged but it was reported that it was covered by in­ surance. The fire caused much anxiety in the moving picture theatre but Man­ ager Packer quieted Cie people tell- :r? them that there was no danger'. Those who wero firemen loft in a quiet manner. 9 a. m. the Funs Begun GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE PLEASURES OF YOUR BREEZE-SWEPT PORCH. . . . Comfort . Conteiltftieilt . Cleaning with a FRANZ - PREMIER ...Electric Cleaner... IT MEANS FREEDOM From a HEAVY TASK See us or 'phone to-day. Let us show you the'FRANZ-PREMjER in action. FULLY FURNISHED JJUNGALOtttf to rent at Teach Lake. The latest fad for a vacation outing. -Write for booklet. C II Bloomer, Brewster. X Y. Tolephono 232-F-12. North Salem BROILERS.—Fancy Sgimb Broilers delivered at your residence, Wtdms- day and Saturday, at .$1.25 a pair Woodland Poultry Fartn, Schmidt Brothers, proprietors. Phono 254 Ka­ tonah. LOTS FOR SALE.—(Snly a few choice lots iefL Now is your time to buy if you want them cheap for cash or installments. William Slmonson, sole agent, 3B2 East Main St , 'Mt. Kisco. COTTAGE FOR SALE.—New house, 6 rooms, bath. Plot 35x160, in Mount Kisco. Price only $2,000. A bargain George B. CranBton Real Estate and Insurance Mount Kisco, N. Y._ LAUNDRY WORK.—Woman wants laundry work to take home. Mrs. Zimmerman, 66 Spring St., Mount Kls- ca J^one 27C. P O. Box 381. BEAL ESTATE.— Wanted, furnished and unfurnished houses in Mt Kisco, fc^aitlhg clients. If your property for'sale, ;list with Geo. B, Cranston, Many complaints are heard of the failur e of drivers to keep to the right iiliont the parks of the village. TOo majority of cases can be laid not so much to wilfulness as to thought lessnesp and a word of warning at thi* time might avoid a serious ac­ cident All tl -lver8 should keep to the right and stop to the right of all strcetr, Failure to do so is most ap­ parent In front of the post office w icr ? the stop la usually a hurried one Tho street is narrow and this habit often causes confusion. Keep to the right. The Rev. William J. Cutnmlng ot Yorktown Heights, wilt fill the pul­ pit of the Presbyterian Churoti next Sunday morning* tho pastor being awav on his vacation. All aro in­ vited to enjoy the eervice wrhlch' starts at 10.30 a. m. Now Is the time to set out your Celery, Cabbage and Cauliflower Plants. For sale at Doyle Brothers, Katonah, CHURCH NOTICE8. Episcopal eerviee3 will ho .contin­ ued each Sunday at Katonah Hall at 7.45 p. m. Al l interested -are cord­ ially invited. \ J21tr AGENT FOR SUBURBAN LAUNDRY. DIEHL'S ICE AT Doyle Brothers, Katonah Take Home a Brick. . ft Wffl Keep An Bdiir. BETTER THAN EVER. TRY IT SERIES OF WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE MEETINGS. On Saturday there will be a series oi open air suffrage meetings in this vicinity, under the auspices of the New York State Woman's Suffrage Association. It is planned to have the first one in Chappaqua at 3 o'clock. Ihe next will be at Mt. Kisco at •l 15 on the city property in the cen- ifci of the village. At 5.30 another meeting will be held in Bedford Hills on the lawn of the M<etbodlst Church property. H The KatonoCi meeting will be \ieid in the evening at 8 o'clock on tho vacant lot near Kellogg & Mead's store. Everyone is invited by the ladies to attend any or all of these meetings^'* ~ ~ ~ Miss Lucllla K. Bird of Chappa­ qua, is to be one of the speakers. Miss Bird is on tho executive com­ mittee of the Northern Westchester Christian Endeavor Society and was formerly President of too Junior League Cdrlstian Endeavor of Chap­ paqua. *it< The other speakers will be from New York City and will bo abls »na interesting speakers. The railroad company is receiving the commendation of autoists land drivers for the spreading of a carload of crushed etojne at the crossing. Tbe stone takes away the ruts and tiic consequent bumps to wagons and machines. The improvement goes wall with Gatekeeper Hojack's ef­ forts in keeping the crossing and surroundings neat and 5n keeping wlta the village liking for park spot3. He has constructed mounds at the south of his shanty and has a hardy growth ot flowers and plants well in band. Mrs. Fred Hickok and children are spending two weeks visiting at the liome of her parents in Bethel, Conn. Mrs. Mary C. Brundage returned on Monday from a week's stay at Ocean Grove. Mi'sa Hewlett, of Stamford, who has been a guest for several days of Mi -3. ^oth Jones and family, left on Thurs­ day for Yorktown Heights where she will spend a time with ier sister, MIES Fanny Hewlett. A daughter was bora to Mr. and Mrs. George Reynolds, of Bridge­ port, on Tuesday, the 14th. The many friehds of Mr. and Mrs. Rey­ nolds here extend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Reynolds spent Sunday with a trip by boat from Yonkers to Poughkeepsie. Mr and Mrs. Martin Smith and daughter, AdaCi, and son, Martin, and Elmer Van Scoy motored from their home in Yonkers on Sunday and wera the guests of Mrs. Katherine Van Scoy. Miss' Anna Van Scoy and Mrs. aMrtin Vogler were visitors at the ionic of Mrs Cm IP<3 BaTrett. of Pu-dys on Mm lay arternoon. Clarence and Will's Travis, Charles Kniffen and Harold Reynolds took in (the sights at Coney Island last Sat­ urday evening TCie collision of a Ford car driven 3y Ell Burr, of North Salem, with l motorcycle ridden by Waldorf Wood- tick, near Elliott's Livery on TUOJ- day evening, caused considerable ex­ citement in the village. A s told by wilrtPsfieB, Mr. Burr apparently losr c Tit -cI if his machine as it started control of Cits machine and It cut di­ rectly In front, of Woodcock's mac'itno and before either coultl Btop the col- disinn occurred. The young man and his companion, a : - oung lady on the rear seat of tie motorcycle, were thrown heavily. Tho young lady was uninjured but Wo6dcock received a severe shaking up and many bruises not of a seriors nature. He was taken to his homo. Burr and two yonng ladies with him were uninjured. Briar Cliff .Spring, Water In ^-Gal­ lon Bottles, cbol^nd refreshing. Doyle Brothers, Katonah. ORDER YOUR Fruits aiid , „, Vc&ctables Ail At the PEOPLES MARKET Liko OUr iVieats and Groceries We have the finest assortment In the Village Vegetables fresh every mornlnfg from the \Fahnestock Farm.\ Give us alrhtl. . j J. FRANKLIN RYAN,' Prop. Phone 13^. • J- -<•- K'' : - • J . .Leading Family Grocers- DOYLE BROTHERS Sole agents for The Famous ROYAL SCARLET &RAND FINEST FOOD PRODUCTS IN THE WORLD. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Appolinaris, Cantwell & Cochrane's Ginger Ale and Sarsapa- rilla, Celestine's Vichy, Etc.; also Domestic Table Waters and Sodas. HUYLER'S and PARK & TILFORD'S CANDIES. Aleceda, Graham-Courtney and all Cigars and Tobacco to suit each individual Taste. TELEPHONE 241 KATONAH, N. Y. Now is the time to buy that OIL STOVE We have them in all styles with prices just right. Walter A. Wood Farm Machinery PITTSBURG FIELD FENCE. BROOMS. BRUSHES. Household Supplies. CVCi H TWW HARDWARE VJJGiVA i\. 1 EJEJU and PLUMBING KATONAH, N. Y. KATONAH HALL Moving Pictures Tuesday & Saturday Evgs. Hall 25x50 Feet ^To Rent For Special Occasions FRED'S CAFE, \The Place to Mr Glean, Rightly Cooked Food Courteous, Quick Attention SPECIALS EVERY DAY. FRED S. CLARK, Prop. BlG REGULMEM. Katonah Averiue. WILL OF fiflSS SHIPLEY PROBATED THURSDAY. Disposes of Estate of $150,000, Hulk of Which Is Left to Char­ itable Institutions. The will of the late Miss D. Louise SCilpley, who died recently in Pough­ keepsie, was filed for probate with Surrogate WUliam A. Sawyer Thurs­ day. Tho will disposes of an es­ tate of $150,000 Miss Shipley was a member of one of the old West­ chester families, and was prominent In Peekskill and its vicinity. Tho bulk iff the estate is left to the Associated Charities of Peekskill for tho founding of a homo for the aged in Uiat place. Tho homo will ba known as the Shipley Memorial. Besides this bequest smaller ones amounting in all to about $50,000 aro made. The Westchester County Bible So­ ciety of Wlilte Plains receives under the terms of tho will $1,000 and the White Plains Rural Cemetery Is left $300. The Presbyboriaii Church of Peekskill receives $1,000, the Ortho­ dox Meeting of Friends. Yorktown, receives $500, the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions receives $2500 and the Cortlandt Cemetery, of Peekskill, receives $500. | George W. Shipley, of Peekskill, an uncle, was left $12,000 under the terms of the will but In the codicil this bequest is changed to $9,000. In the original will Mary Louise Shlp-j ley, of New York City, was., loft $7,- 000 and was made residuary legatee of Cie 'estate. In -thw codloil the As­ sociated Charities of Peekskill 1% made the residuary legatee, but shQi still receives the $7,000. t George Purdy, who has been coa« lined to the house for over a week with severe stomach trouble, we are vglad to learn, is slightly better. Clarence Larkin and family of Ne w York City spent tho week end at the -home of Mrs. Larkin's mother, Mrs,- J. Kniffen. Will Knlffin, of Bridgeport, waa tha week end guest of his parents. DOBBS FERRY ESTATE SELLS FOR $59,950. Rowsley House, Comprising Fine Residence and . Ten Acres of Land, Sold at Auction. Rowsley House, the ten-acre estate of J Scott McCorab, fronting In Broad­ way, at Dobbs Ferry, was sold at auction recently by the M. Morgen- thau, Jr., Company, in the Vesey street salesrooms, to Tiay H, Wlnsten for *5'J,950. Surrounded by largo private estates ho property comprises a fine stone mansion, from which an expansive vl«jw of the Hudson Is obtninod; a gar­ dener's cottago, grenhouse and stable. Tho grounds slopo picturesquely from tho house toward tho river and are beautified by trees, shrubbery aud lawns. .. i Don't miss the Saturday Tjnder- priced Sales at Hoyt Bros. Co. Ladies and Gents ''mi J. H. Mtiffisoft Confectionery ICE SODA MORRISON BUILDING KMr&H,1l.ir. Telephone 20 -M , ^ Opposite Depot of Standard COMPLETE stock, BEST* MAKES, „ PRICES IUGHT O'SuiUvao RnBtrer Heels. REPAIRING ffEATfcY' DONE Avery Building Valley Road ;TeJephone,2$2 . ...

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