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The Naples news. (Naples, N.Y.) 1898-1943, February 01, 1922, Image 8

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D ft News ^Gathered During the Past Week The Most Important Happenings of a Week Briefly Told by Our Staff\ Correspondents J 1 MIDDLESEX. Liveme Darling who is employed in Geneva, W»B brought home auffeiing tritb serious throat trouble. William Pike who has been ill ie able to resume hie duties as mail carrier. Richard B#ker who served as station agent here for seven months, came here on Friday evening with his bride ta pay a visit at the Wm. Dunton home They Will reside in Ithaca. % H. V* Lathrop is contemplaiing open­ ing a blaokemith shop In the building now owned by tbe K K. Underwood CJompany. Tbe many friends of Charlps Wil­ liams are glad to dee uim about hie place of business again. He is abe to do some ,woi k. Mr. i nd MrB. R. G. Perry were puest< =5 \WHEELER HILL.. Walter Thompson visited hi6 parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hatch called on his sister Mrs Ed. Briggs, Sunday. Morris Warner and son A rtbur visit- ed his brcthe<- Kirk and attended the Bergman auction, Friday. Frank Bardeen has returned home from a week's visit with hie sister. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bardeen visited her brother Kirl Bergman and wife one day last week. Mr and Mre. Wm. Olney, Mr. and Mrs Dana.Barker and Leon Pottei and wife spent Sun Jay with their parents, Mr and Mrs. Mansell Potter at the Odd Fellows bat quat. Mrs. Perry with F. E Becker rendeung two fine Vocal selections. On 1'riday evening January 20, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Elwell were pleasant­ ly surprised, the occasion being the thirty third anniversary of their wed­ ding About 70 were present. The Odd FellowB barqnet was enjoy* ed by a large,number of people The Bupper was bountiful and aelicicns. Excellent music was furnished duiing the supper hour by Miss Florence Mc- Gmrl, violinist, nnd Mis Win. Dunton, pianist, alter which a drama was put on in a very plea>mg manner. Much credit is dne Mrs. M*bel Read under whose management Hue play as put on. They Odd Fellows and the Rebekahs then put on a drill which was well done. Miss Gladys Robson, Mas Hyacinth King and Miss A lice Liifler left on TIIPF- day for Geneseo, where they will finish the school year Mr. and Mrs Karl Button M Hope­ well were guests here the past week. A Lincoln's DBy program is being planned for Lincoln's birthday, which comes on Sunday this year This will be given at the mori ing service in the M E church In the evening a patri­ otic pagpant will be given. Special music. II vour eypp are not working •ngpiher ynn nre at. p H .a^flvAtitngp, nnrl fiftiinnt dn jnioice to your wo* k. My eerwee is at vimr pprvice. Naples Hntol, Feb 22 JBELL-the-O^TOMETRlST GARLING HOUSE. WEST HOLLOW. . Mr. and Mra. F B. Ingraham and Mr. | mid MrB W I, 1'iHir-e visit-d at M N. WJOII'S, OLI ljj-.iioi baling- roiid, Wed­ nesday I Miss Mary Fnx of NapleB spent last week with Hamette Clement. Heth Miller of Eist Bloomfield ia vis­ iting his Bister Mrs. Melissa Brown and son Frank Aldricb. Mrs. Jennie Henry and Mra. Esther Pierce took dinner with Mrs. Harriette Yaw and daughter Jennie, Saturday. It was Mrs. Yaw's 79th birthday. A party of spven from here visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Powell one day the first of the week. Miss Harriette Clement spent Satur­ day with Mrs. Aura Fox at Naples. Claude Brown of Lent Hill spent 8at- uiday night and Sunday at Louis Brown's. Dwight PorUr of Dodge Hill was a Sunday guest of Willis Cleveland. Harry Smith and family visited their parents in Naplee, Sunday. Wanted : Men or women to take or­ ders for genuine guaranteed hosiery, for men, womt.n and children. Elim­ inates dart.ing $40 a week lull time, tTTrn —hour spate time;—Experience unnecessary. ( International Stocking Mills, N6rrietown, Pa Have You Visited Our Half Price Tables We are constantly adding items from our stock to these tables. Here you will find Shirt Waists, Hosiery, Shoes, Rubbers, Etc. Just divide the price they are marked in two, every thing on these tables sold, at half price. — We simply take this way of moving all odd numbers in our stock. Don't fail to visit these tables every time you are shopping, get yjmifc share of the bargains- £r Blankets and Sweaters in a very special sale. For six days beginning Thursday, our entire stock of blankets at one-third off. Same discount on Sweaters. East Side Main St. Naples, N. Y. I am in the m irket for all kinds of Junk Many here are sick with cold and the grippe. Calvin Lafler has a broken arm. Jacob Stocking & wifeare rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter last Friday. Thomas Jones and wife spent Sunday with their daughter here. MrB Grace Guile spent Sunday with her father Sidney Polmanteer. Bert Richardsspent Sunday in Spring water. Chauncey Hurlburt was in Honeoye last week on buslueea. no tax. now LUDENfS menthol cough drops price \J straight GIVE QUICK RELIEF, 53 fWmou YtUor Packaft— SOLI At worTJ ortr •V.VJV/.W.V.V.W.W.V. Special Prices pay for Chickens Both 'phones. I. MICHEAL NapleP, N .Y FARMERS I keep on hand at all times full line of tbe Buffalo Fer tilizer Co's goods and can supply any analysis you require. J. E. L.yon, Naples INOLI08IDE. Harvey Graves and family spent Sun­ day with her molher, Mrs. Phoebe Blod Kett. Several relatives of Ward Presler gathered at his home lat-t Monday to celebrato his birthday Ernest Chapman is slowly improv­ ing at this wriling. Willet Stauton and wife visitecLlast week with Dewight Chapman. Mrs Baxter llendnx is on the sick list Clark Avert and wiW, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs-A^AV lolinanteer. Mre. JohriB6well and Mis Clara Orake are slowly gaining * illiam Gibson lost a valuable oow ^ ednetday. last W. , n , ^rake and wife spent Sunday Erwltli *r on Pine Hill, •with his sin. (Received too lat • lor last issue.) JPRSP Rnrtlinlnii.p w and wife, of iinntH Hollow visited -relatives here Mra. Carrie King is visiting relatives in North Cohocton. Jule Milliman returned borne last week from his visit to Rochester. Jay Wheat and family spent a day re­ cently with friends at Bristol Springs. John Vierlnlb and wife visit j d at the home OL her parents Mr. and Mrs Jo­ seph Konz, Rhine street. John \ lerhile, th»* well known rep­ resentative of the Brunswick talking machine, drives an enclosed car. John Vierlnle and wife, attended the Catholic dance in Naplee. [ one eleven Cigarettes WEST ITALY. Fred Best and--wife were iru«M« Sun- dav of Charles Page and family Ot.arlep Page hfte purchased Hip O n- er^ardeeii farm of Chas Geer Mre. Butler and Mrs Bass are or the Bick list Mr and Mrs. Maynard H\orton entei- tained a number of ueighboie last Sat­ urday night. : VALLEY. 'e visited his cou- recently 'sited their 'rs Geo. Hhree TURKISH\ Friendly VIRGINIA Gentlemen BURLEY The perfect blend of the three perfect cigarette tobaccos in one perfect cigarette one-eleven cigarettes 15*«20 f Star Theatre, Dansville, N. T, The Lions ! The Lions are Loose I With a clanking of chains the Jbig gates opene'd and from., out the subterranean vaults there dashed a horde of hungry HonsJ To See This Picture is an Event Star Theatre, Dansville. T*vo Nights, Mon day and Tuesday, February 6th and 7th. at the reduced admission oi 20 and 25c at Van Men's U>'~ ITALY . Dana Barker and wi Bin, Oren Eddy and wife Albert A nab P and wife vi daughter and hnnily Mr. ami Manning, Sunday Ray Eddy . tn d wife spent last with his mi the> In Pittsburgh, i tifinff COOTS, has purchased a new fi~ • ^* horse power gasoline fiigitie MrB Anne Wetherbv is visiting in Halls. Ppnn Yan aiui Watkins. Ruesel Eddy and Miss Marjorie Trav­ is were wppkpnd gut-ets of his tinelp Ro­ land Wyki ff at Prsttsbnrg STORAGE BATTERIES * CEDULAS. MORGAN TJItTJG STORE 1 Now is the time to think of Stor­ ing your Battery for the Winter. We store batteries .of all makes and guarantee to give yotx satisfaction. Our prices are right Come iu and let us give ^our advice. Our methods N make a new battery out of ar j old one save money by having\ the old battery repaired. Seamans Tire Exchange Co. All kinds of monumental work All work guaranteed. We shall be glad to quote } ou prices on your work raC McCoune Barber Siiop CJranby Building, Naples,N Prices right All work Guaranteed On Life follows the use of Dr. Miles' Liver Pills For many years The Standard Medicine for Torpid Liver ^ Biliousness, Constipation and other disorders of the stomach, bowels and liver result­ ing from failure of these organs to perform their duties in a natural manner. They relieve promptly— action mild yet effective, and their use^ establishes no habit requiring their con­ stant use as they tone up and strengthen the weaken­ ed condition of the organs. Money back if first box fails tevr^Ueyfi or satisfy. Get a package today and relieve your troubles. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS > At The Efldicott-Johnson Shoe Store. ANNOUNCEMENT I have sold my shoe store and stock aqd the stock must be reduced. Now is , your Opportunity to • Get Shoes at Cost. * ' Positively we mean what we say. Footwear for the enlire t fatni/y at wholesale prices. Come and get your pick early while we have styles and sizes, A Chance of a Lif e time. Ndw G)ods, everythingjabsolutely O. K, and nothing in stock reserved. Cash Only. C E. Cornish, Next door to Post Office. Do You Need a Rocker? If ^o, now is a good time to fill the need from our* many new beautiful designs at the new low prices. Here you can make your selection from hundreds of different patterns. The Colonial rocker- in birch ma­ hogany pictured, is upholstered in tapestry or velour at $13.85. *~ Our Chairs and Rockers make ideal gifts. A SSORTMENTS^ 785TATE ST„_ROCHCSTER.N.Y /E JO JRNISHJ [H OMES Q HIPLETE I

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