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Geneva daily times. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1911-1955, August 06, 1920, Image 6

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ap- Ideals and living up to them lifts a business from a shop to an institution. For many years satisfied customers have been coming to us in ever increasing numbers, for their wearables, and today the name of Baker & Stark stands, as it always jhas, for values of sterling worth—- . always careful consideration of patrons and their Jbest interests. Our shelves and cases are filled with the best, that is to be had. In clothing we have garments to offer that are worthy of your consideration. The goods in these suits were bought some two years ago and the \only as we'needed them,\ and at an increased cost only of making' and trimmings. May we show you these values? Cash 9 One Price Cloth fhclpa, Aug. 6—Between thr.e%-and {opt hundred'people attended'the first annual picnic of the Phblps Business te»'s ciubrJ^xu££fflfljiatSafiHs BtwineM at SUnd»till Pure 01 Walnut Teco Pa Good tes urJ^x£fflflji_at_SafiH. Point Practically all local business was suspended dining the afternoon; and evening to give the merchants and their olerita »;n opportunity, to join the outing. The attractions at the lake side included a .ball game, a program of athletic contests s for men and wojnen, army parties and otlUr merry- making stunts. Following luncheon the picnickers enjoyed dancing at the pavilion. . ' Mrj. Salvador * Mazzie. \ Phelps, Aug, 6—The funeral of Mrs. Salvador Mazzie, whose death oc- curred Tuesday at the Clifton Springs Sanitarium to which institution, she was taken, Sunday, was held at nine o'clock yesterday morning . at Sjt. Francis CathoHc church. Interment was In St. Francis cemetery. . .Mrs,: Mazzje who, was 33 years of age, was borne In Italy May 24th, 1887 and had' lived In Phelps lor the last- 1 three I years, coming here tj-om Utick, * Her infant child died Sunday. Survivors are her husband and four children. Annual Meeting Postponed. Phelps, Aug-. 6—The annual meeting of the Lawrence BoatwJx*^ Manufac- turing company, scheduled for Tues- day August 3rd, was postponed until Wodncfetuiy August JtKh. MELVIN HILL Melvln Hill, Aug, 6—Mlss__Klorojice j-rU^-e*- Clenev<ns \Jpencllng several Uays with Miss Florence Sweet. Charles Dhalle is improving his res- idence by adding two fine porches. Mr. and Mrs, \M W. tJweot and C. Smith accompanied Mr. and C. E. Unwell on a •motor trip •a tounday stopping at.. HoraehuadH for ji_ vjRirf -flpfi rlinnAr wfth Mrs. HovveTT's i*aremts, Mr. and MDt^SON 277 Main St.-^Phone ™5925 Free Delivery Following Prices Are for Choice Meats Only f Rib, Shoulder and Arm Roasts 34c Boiling Beef .\.22c to 30c Fresh Pork Shoulders 24c to 2&c Fresh Side Pork ,35c ..SaltPork-... . . 1JL . . ........ Jgi Veal, Hamburg, Fr^sh Hams, Meat Loaves, Cottage Cheese IJ. I*. Adams has heen detained trout his office work for a few day* 4 with the Cjrippe. »- Mra. Willis Buck is entertaining a ntoee this week. Mr, and Mrs. Karl Howell and sons Harry and Clayton, arcomganled by Mr. and Mrs. John Howell of Acre- littFet were at NewarK Wednesday nigrht. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Ketchum, son. Augustus, and grrandsQn7~*©We\fTr : \v. of Parl hih, ; \._. of Mr. and Mrs. Bdwurd Waltha.rt and family. Rollo ©lark is a t ' the Clifton Springs sanitarium having had three ribs broken by a horse kicking him. Tho funeral of Mrs. Henry Sweet was. held from tho home of. h^^ JJoenef—»w-ex?t TtfPS'aay~\\\aTFernoon Hurlal at Melvln Hill. Miss Grace Hooper has been /spend- ing- some time with an aunt, at New- ark I'ardee Clark who ha d a n operation- on his throat at Clifton. Springs sanl- tnrrnni ts Improving nicely Benjamin Kankert and family spent Sunday at Cliftorr \Springs with Mr. and Mpa. Charles\ Landschoot.. ' Mrs. Karl Howell, Mr3. Willis Ruck, Mrs. Charles Sweet., and the Misses Florence Barth and Florence' Sweet motored to Canandalgua Wed - nesday and visited Sonnenberg, the summer home of Mrs._ Thompson. Frank C. SWPP{ of Rochester wa# a Biiest a t the\ home of Miller Sweet Wednesday and attended the funeral of Louisa Sweet. \Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Westfall and daughter. Miss Minnie Westfall of Phelps*and Mr. and' Mrs. Charle3 Sweet and family were Sunday guests -frijjraTiam home. Mra. William O'Shea and daughter Miss Snra O'Shea, spent Thursday, at Geneva. _>>,_ Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Marsh • of Pltolps Wfre_Sunday cuesta ai.__the-l iome. I VALUE It's not extravagance to put your money Into Items of ornamenta- tion that have imperishable value I Pa your' duty to look your best—it's thrift to invest your money in jewels of con- vertible value and elegance. Guaranteed values here. ' Robert A. Quick I <»den St. Jewelor Geneva. N V. Told Her How The ARent-I am soiling a remark- able combination kitchen utensil. Housewi(T> -Whnt Is It for? ' \KPO this little blade?\ \ Y****\ •\Thnt\« a Can opanor. \Indeed 1 \ r \Awl lltts honk l<s an appliance ti lift rnnsi from the lire. \What's ihis?\ \That's a tuck-puller.\ \But auppoRp-I want thf t?irl to open a enn of soup an'l tny hu.ibnnt' to pull some tarks w^i^© I attend to thp pans on the stove?\ \Knslrt thlnw 11 1 Ji»-»- world. Al you have to do Is to buy three of the utensils. Anything? else, pleaw?\ Carries a Ton H«lf of Bone. j The record yield of bone talten from me(3 , Pva , t , mP B fnsB i| 3 onn whale was 8110 pounds. This oc- ]|evpd to be deposits from rwrred In 18^3. _ bodies. 1)p . heavenly CANOGA A RtaHlCTIP Of 3O PEfrf ONALLWOOLSUITSINOURSTOREFOR THE NEXT 10 DAYS JCuppenljeimeF €rood Clothes Clothcraft Guaranteed Clothes . - is-.. - : • . A vast assortment of colors and patterns to choose from, designed especially for you—no matter what your build. J_ ___ j...... - --.—~- rr: —^-—- $60 Suit for $42 $40 Suit for $28 $30 Suit for $21 U Et 1AS.E. ROGERS ' BSTABLISHEO 73 South Side Seneca Street -- Gehev^. Xi V *r ^.- Tanoga, Aug. 6—Mrs. P. B. Miner entertained very pl<sa«a«Hy at her homo on Wednesday afternoon. Among the guests present fro mout- of-lown were Mrs. John Short of Seneca Falls, Mrs. Elinor Brand, a niece of -Mrs. Miner from. Perrysvilje, I'a., and Mr. and Mrs. Collins, who wcro recently married and are honey- mooning at the manse, In the absence of Rev. .and Ivirs. Mickelsen on their vacatfon. trip. Mr. and Mra. Collins were given a plpnsant serpnndinpf party at tne manse here early in the week. i)e Veto l J orier, his sisters, Mrs. Kumner of Magee«, and Mrs. Walter Bishop of Colorado, also Mrs. Wordon, Mrs. Suraner's sister-in-law of Ma- sree, were recent callers with Mrs. Ada Frank. Spheral from this locality were in attendance at the Finger .Lakes pic- nic- at Watkins Wednesday. Thomas Seybolt, George Ruhnan nnd Howard t)Itz have each- placed their threshing rigs in operation and wheat, which is a good crop here, Is now being! threshed. Mrs. Webster Kuney received no- tire on Wednesday of the death o? nn unclp and left on Thursday for Gouveneur to attend his funeral ser- vlres. Mf. and Mrs. Fred Freeiand of Un- ion Springs have been guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Disln- ger. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beers and fara- lly of Junius spent last. Saturday -witfe their parents, * Mr. lind Mrs. Alonzp Hause. - Miss May Iboonley -s in Ithaca where she is taking a special course in physical training. HAYTS CORNERS Broderick's Special Sale $6.00 alid $8t00 Panamas and Leghorns .. .$4.50 $5.00 Panamas ^ $3.75 Porto Rjciang aiidJCjQy-Qns—^.^-^-v ..nhfkSSr CAPS - 20 Per Cent. Off BATHING SUITS - 20 Per Cent Off This store is showing the most complete line of Men'* Shirt*, Underwear, Hosiery, Collar* and Neckwear Hayts Corners, Aug. 6—W. H. Mundy of Buffalo was a rpcenfc guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mundy. \\ Mra. Colenrarr .Dttffiars and! Miss Mary Arden of Trumansburg were guests of Mrs. W, S. Brooks, Thiws-1 day. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Van Fleet of Ovid ivere-gueate-of-Mrs. Emgia Sut- ton, Friday. Attorney Edward B. Newton of flttsburg, Pa., was in town Wednea- day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward of Sayre were guests of Richard Day and Bis- ters, Monday. Mrs. Lizzie Rice and son Albert and Miss Addle Mundy spent Thurs- day in Geneva and.Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Martyn Smith, Mr.> and Mrs. Harley Conley, Harvey Con- ley and family, Mr. ana Mrs. Clarence Warne. Mrs. WiHlam Warne Mrs. Nel- tle Tancy and daughter Marjorle, Mrs. Fanny gaily fend son Fre<, h. C. God- • .fey and Mrs. Alice Hoagtair^rM Mlssl Nettie Utzehberger motored to Cattan- j j dalgua last Thursday^ calling on Mrhrf f Grow aiSd family. • \ - r Luther Gllne and brother Lloyd off T-Wilttemspprt, Pa., are spending thoj week at the home of Lyman Arm- strong. , Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Gilllland of \Perry are visitin£: Kr. and Mrs. H. A. udy Mr. an^ Mrs. <X B. Yarnell and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brooks visited at the horn© of Colctnan DItmar3 o( Tru-l niansbuig- last Sunday. Fifty-Fifty in Literary Otat The B09tbn Transcript To- Rlplhiy an Ameriean once wrote: \Hfeaflng that you are retail- l!*»rati:re at $1 a word, I en- 27 Seneca Street BRODER1CK Geneva, N. Y. fp Mr. Kipling complied with \Thanks'\ 1 -and kept the dollar. Two\ -weeks later the American wrote: '.\Sold the 'Tlmnks' anecdote for t?. Inclosed please find 36 cents jfalatainps. being *alf th»» profits of i | the transaction, less the posiagw, 1 * .* ' * *^ ' Exarciii for All Students. .. A moderate amount of exercise physical training for ait students In all schools and colleges, instct\! tt ... wive trnfnlnT fnr n ?(»*• ith'»t«««. Is \ Pr. Jfr>tsen. tit th* Af -.P-JMIC TT* ~N sti<il <* ....*- -1-- — The J. Pf. Smith Dry Goods Co. r Specials For Saturday 50 Voile Gmgham Dresses Cool, Pretty: Dresseg tor g Wear at a' Wonderftil Low Brieer All sizes and colors, Jig^i and dark. - ;—•_—'• - -•- k r - - $5.00 Each -. Values up to $12.00 i Tile J* W. Smith Dry G^ Seneca and* Linden St*. «• \

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