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Katonah record. (Katonah, N.Y.) 1913-????, December 22, 1922, Image 3

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KATONAH BECOBD, FRIDAY. DEC FURNITURE Bureau*, Chiffoniers, Dining Tables, Library Tables in Golden Oak, Walnut, Mahogany and White Enamel, Window Shades, Floor Coverings, Wall Paper, Beds, Springs and Mattresses. RUGS PAGE THBEE COUNTRY SERVICE CORPORATION XATONAH, \'It. Y. ••••••••Hill ***************************************** THE CARRIALL A 5 Passenger Closed Car at $1415.00 delivered. Equipped wit h the Famous Nash Overhead-Valve Motor. 1 WILLIAM A. BURKE, Inc. | 2 /• 18 Mar tine Avenue ; | ^ White Plains | telephone 646 Makes Cold Radiators Hot A IRID Air-Vahwe, de- L velopcd by die American Radiator Company after year* of research, let the (team drive out all the cold air from your radiator. They stop (puttering and hissing, and they are simple to put on. You can do it in a minute. Airid Air-Valves cost on­ ly $1.60 each, but they save fuel bills and keep radiators hot. Made and guarantied by ua*KMwaiac*caaNtt Sold by Kellogg* eV Lawrence, Inc. Katonah, N. Y. New Interest Regulations Interest-dividends will be computed quarterly. Quarter periods will begin on the first days of January, April, July and October. Accounts closed between quarter periods will be paid in­ terest up to the end of the previous quarter. Interest paid on all deposits from $5.00 to $6,000.00. Accounts may be opened easily and safely by mail. \Banking by Mail\ circular will be sent upon request. ONE DOLLAR WILL OPEN AN ACCOUNT. 1W10ME SAVINGS BftNtt WHITE PLAINS. N. Y MYTHS OF CHRISTMAS SEASON T ET the home v folks arid the close friends who .are far away hear your Christmas greetings this year. Send them the gfft of your voice by telephone. Exchange good wishes over the wires. Sucl*; a remembrance is timely, personal and in tune with the Yuletide spirit*-.^ is sure to increase the happiness arid pleasure of their day and yours* BsjttT TfcsMsvTimpaFor Rats Writ*. AaWsDmsC*. Tsasa rtteai KATONAH LUMBER, COAL A Ft^D CO. MAD ALL THI RECORD AO*. Say \Merry Christmas\ personally to those you WO %dd like to be with on this Day of AD Days. NEW YORK TELEPHONE; COMPANY 111 \h ill G. H. KNAPP Plumbing, Heating. Sheet Metal Work, Electrical Work in all its branches. MOUNT KISCO, N. Y. •illiiliifuriri\ - r\ -' TsxepfcoBC 60-R vALLEY ROAD GARAGE United States Tires Tel. Katonah 223 SALES HA.YNES SERVICE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Storage Repairs ' Batteries Accessories JOHN F. BRYAN, Prop. Valley Road, Katonah X • * t * COME IN AND 4EE OUR SPLENDID STOCK OF SHOES Get Those Slippers For the Xnas Present From OuJ Big Stock OTHER USEFUL GIFTS RESTUOCI BROS. By Latest BMieWPrlwi. ethods *ni at This' otd world km% *W 'vMPS P\ timet tbe people on it. More foiks are out of harmony with themselves and nature than on* can count *n a •Ba­ son's toQ. And just as soon as one gets oat of harmony heft oat of lock.— Unote Ben In Grit Held Theory Before Wareenk About 1870 Maxwell established the theorr that wares of Ugbt were doe to an etectro-magnetie disturbance In the ether. It wa« mot until 1890 that Marconi applied a provtstonsa specrfl- eatlon of apparatus for shrnaUng by electric waves. 'T '6ikVie ^'''N««K4 Some Individual wfth Among Some of Peasantry of Franoe Is Belief That Bread Remalne Fresh Ten Years; ^^S-JBQENDS and myths without number have become aaso- ^H^\ elated with the celebration of Christmas. Among some of the peasantry of France Is a strong belief that loaves of bread baked at Christmas will remain fresh for ten yean. It la a Wo believed by some of the simple folk that daring the whole of the Chrlstmaa holidays a portion of bread Rbould be left on the table day and night because the Holy Mother may come tp_ share It. For some reason not to be explained, there Is a superstition among some French peasant wives tha^ no bread most be baked between Christmas day and the Feast of the Circumcision, because an Infraction of this rule will bring dis­ aster on the household. There is a peasant belief of age-long standing that if the cattle on tbe farm be given drink immediately after the midnight mass of Christmas their health will continue good throughout tbe year. Another belief Is that if seed of wheat be wrapped In a tablecloth which has been used for Christmas dinner, a profitable harvest will be Insured. Another strange belief is that a -cold bath taken on Christmas day win protect the bather against fevers and toothache throughout the year. 1 REAL ESTATE I J Have sold ovsr 500 Farm and t • Country Homes along the Har- j 2 lem Railroad during past 15 *. • years. I now havs J. J BUYERS FOR PROPERTY IN I . KATONAH AND QOLDEN8 • • BRIDGE SECTION • • and will be pleased to hear from J • property owners wishing to sell. » ! EDGAR L.IHOAG : • 1S-26 West 34th St, ! Z NEW YORK CITY. • This win MDppr Ifcesi wean-is) «•*•* —— .— leisure and curious mead has figtksed out that 90 out of every 100 men receive a Decktte as a Chrtotmas gift Tbe estimate Is conservative, but how many of the neckties so bestowed see worn by their recipients? The giving of neckties is a perilous proceeding always, for a neck­ tie Is essentially a matter of mdi- vldnal taste. Mfeny a man gets neck­ wear at Christilias that be oouid read- lly enough admire as part of s carta In or a drape, bat that bo wouM only under the sorci/alston of a at bis brad. ANNOUNCEMENT! We take pleasure in announcing that we have been Appointed agents for the v famous CLEVELAND SIX which ofFdrs with its NEW 1923 MODELS The Newest Triumph in Motor Car Value 5 Passenger Touring $ 995. 5 Passenger 2 Door Sedan 1295. 5 Passenger 4 Door Sedan 1495. F. O. fi. Factory The WONDER CAR of the Year \ ^ WHITE'S; GARAGE G. FUBNEAUX \WHITE Purdy Station, N. Y. Telephone Cretan Fslls, 26-F-12 \Buy Where Y ON Can Get Service\ H. LESLIE WHITE CHRISTMAS RIBBONS TP CHRISTMAS ribbons could express themselves they would say that people were thrifty, for some ribbons claim to have been doing business ' every Christmas for many, many years. They aae often pressed and mads to look their best, bqt they're tbe same ones used again and again. However, tf they coaU ptutooophls* they ••Wmt, 1 li**ft * Vm; thi* -'Were the nMaiw W - addtag gaiety, eolor and cheer to Christmas package* year after year! JOHN G. T0WEY PLUMBING HEATING SHEET METAL WOBK Water Systems and Jobbing! Telephone 2S3-W KATONAH AVENUE Katonah, N.Y. AdeojMase^y SoiiipenoaSsdL We get just what we gtve. People treat us with the same medscsne which we sdmtnsssar to them. The weakling cannot be regasded as a hero. The baUy la a coward. The one without In- KksOva eacmot bo mtrusSed with any •ignMnnt ensSrprioe. The spendthrift is not a fsastocJsr; nor is the mlssi. THE PUTNAM COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Brewster, N. Y. Banking Honrs from 9 A. M. to S P. M. Saturday from 0 A. M. to 18 M. Saturday ETCBlBgS, 7 to 8. Deposits mads on or before the first 10 buslnsss days of Jaunary, April, July and October will draw interest from the first of thoss months. A. F. LOBDELL, Prssldsnt, O, H. REYNOLDS, Sec A Tress. Subscribe for ths Katonah Record, READ ALL THE BSCORD ADS. FLETCHER H. LENT Dealer Tel. No. 243 KATONAH, N. Y. OM MI Can 33 WM. H. CLARK Funeral Furnishings and Director LICENSED EMBALMER KfttonaJi, N. Y. Bedford Hills Office Mr. F. N Clark, 628-M Mount Klico. N. T. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE J ,...«»(••••••••••••*••••••••••••••*'......•^•^eese.^. | ^JUWMWWWIW [ Estsbllshed 18S8 J Special attention given to N. T. City Calls. Call Murray Hill 8341

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