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PAGE TWI KATONAH RETORD THURSDAY, AUGUST fi, 1914. I ...BAILEYS DEPARTMENT STORE... SPECIAL JULY SALE Ladies White Dresses At Reduced Prices. Ladies Trimmed Hats Your Choice for $1.98 Were S3, S4 and S5 Hats. Come Early and Get Your Pick. 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 ififlTEDjSTATEsBoiLEnS, ANDRAJDIATOIiS * They cut down the cost o f living !>y yielding the greatest heat frum fuel consumed. They arc scientific-ally dc- . signed with deep fire pot, large water • yays, and roomy combustion chamber. Let tta tell you all about these effi­ cient Modern Heating Systems. Write or call fo r full particulars. Now Is the Time To fill your Coal Bin for next winter. While you're thinking about what you're going to burn, why not think about where >ou*re going to burn it? Is the Same Old System Satisfactory? Do you derive the largest ben­ efit from your heating with the least amount of expense and trouble. II Yon Are Considering a Change •Let us give you an estimate for a system that will satisfy. KELI.OCijU & MEAD Katonah, N. Y. Telephone 251 Hardware Heating / Plumbing JOE BACKER CLEANING, PRESSING DYEING, REPAIRING also DRESSMAKING. Ready Made Suits for Ladies and Gents at Lowest Prices. DOYLE BLOCK, KATONAH AVE. 1 Want Column , AATES.—Not exceeding four lines, 2& cents fqr first iiiburtlo u and IB cegts tor each subsequent, insertion. LOTS FOU SAI-R —Only a few cholro lots lt»ft Now is your time to buy If you xvant them cheap for cash or installments William Slmonson. sole agent,-282 liast Main 6t, Mt. Klsco. FOB SALK —Twenty fhi> nhi -i -p. year* lings and two year U 1<1 H Can bo seen at any lime. Fur |iuri l< ulars ad­ dress Wilbur i : Slicldon. South Salem, N. Y . ^FOU SALE—A lo t 0:1 Cherry Stroet •j 76x100 fcot next t.i Mr Cliarloi qpjrbwn's residence Reasonable AP; 'pfy Box 11C, Mama -ooei It, NY fjDBLpS HYATT -u lubes to announco that bo Is rond> to nlti-iiil tn all' horseshoeing work i-Jvimrt in band-' ftjflfig unruly horses and thosi- with ^ corns. $HAY FOR SAI.F. - Wil l l.o sold in ^ Stacks or b y the ton di-ltvrrpd. Very .good hay a t very reasonable prices. Jdhn F. Morrlsrop, UoWli-ns Ilridge. IRL WANTKI) -Protestant uirl about >'-'^4 years of age, who uould like good, jnorne in return fo r ll«ht liousrworlc miiy apply to Record oftlcp. Katonah.- >B RENT.—Five room cottage; all \ ^improvements. Apply to ('has. A.' lOnt, Katonah. MORTGAGE OF $2,00.0 FOR SALTS.- jgifias about threo years to run. gliu \~ \a-to-every reaped, rat« c pi r contif •'per-annum. Owner needs mom-y See. J ,George B. Cranston, Heal Kstatc, Mt Bfceo. fjipNEY TO LOAN.—$1,000 and CI,500 \\•^loVloan on Mt. Klsco property (lea. [ ; iCran8lpnp-MortEagea,.jdt Klsco, COTTACIO FOR SALE.—New bouse, 0 rooms hath Wot 85x150, I n Mount Klsco. i'rice only. $2,000 A bargain. George It . Cranston Heal lOstate and Insurunco Mount Kisco, N Y LAUNDRY WORK.—Woman wants laundry work to take borne. Mrs. Zlmmprman, 6 5 Spring St. Mount Kis- co. 1'hon o 270. 1» O Ho x 3M REJAL ESTATE.—Wanted, furnished and unfurnlshod IIOUSPS in Mt Kisco, for waiting clients. If your property Is for sale, list with Geo. B. Cranston, Mount Klsco. CHURCH NOTICES. Episcopal Bprviops will bo 'contln ucd parh Sun lay at Katonah Hall at 7.45 p. m All Interested are cord­ ially Invited. J. H. Morrison GROCERIES x BAKERY Confectionery ICE CREAJW &.SODA MORRISON BUILDING KATONAH, \N. Y. Kuiloggs Corn Flukes wore Advertised last Friday, when a large auto load of men v isiU'd JS 'and loft a few hundred samplos In our honiea. Robert-son Ua.-iei t .ia s -t-turned to his daily duties at I li e County Seat after spending JIIB vacation fci Dela- Iware County and KaKmub. The picnic o f the Presbyterian Sunday School was ln-ltl last Friday on the property o f Mr W U. Bar­ rett uear tie lake It was a very en­ joyable, affair and many attended. Iloat races, ball games and other ath­ letic games weflo held and prizes awarded to the speedy and fortunnte boys and girls. Mr K P UariTtt and family have oturned from Ryo Heard where thoy •sprat the month of July Mr Alfred H Muiikciiuprk. ;ift<-r a jili-usant trip to Paris IN imuin iiinonK ills Katonah friends. Miss Anna Flood, of Tlx- lironv. Is making u visit with William llartb-tt and family. Ml«s Mabi-l Kuggles i s < |M >-idlng a fow days vinitlng relutlvi-s I \ HriilK'.- port. I'onn ^Katoiiub liremon arc arranging fo r a repetition o l Hi e Labor Day < bun bak«! «u«eeaBfiil last year At the latH ineellnx o f the Department a com­ mittee uus appointed which has sinco IIPPII arranging the details anil ewry olTort will -b o maiip to surpuss <;voa tin holiday. Caterer Eastwood will prob­ ably ho in charge which is argument enough of tbe satl-ffyinR iiu.ility o f tho clams aud otlinr thiUKs Tho commit tee will report at the next meeting and delailR will then be given out. A new enterprise is that of Joe lihrker who has tills wpnk opened a rlitn'iing, pressing, dyeing and dressmaldnu c^tahllshment I n tho Doyle building on Katound Avonuo lli .-i ailvortisemmt appcare i n ano- llier columa. Katonah v. Ill he rcpreeeated at l*ie Frle ids MiH -tlng at the old meeting' house mt I'each I>ak<> on Sunday aft- 1 onioon next at 3 o'clock These an­ nual mnetlnga aro always very large­ ly attended by the pooplo for miles iraund Tho prlnripnl speakore are uanoiinced as Mary Travilla and Hen­ ry W Wilbur. Jacob Spaar ifi enjoying a woek *3 vacation from hi« labors at DeWltt lienedlet's store Tho moving pictures at Katonah Hal aro attracting record crowds -at e^ch performance. Next week '^lan- agar Packer expects to announce new features whicCi are sure to keep up the interest. Tho new seats are an attractive feature of this popular bouse. George Miller and Cumins, two o f our Lakeside stars, are spending this week traveling through New York State as/members o f tho American Express Co. baseball team and play­ ing thrmigh a schedule o f several games with the fastest teams of tbe upper part of the state. The first stop was at Catskill wh-ere on Mon­ day they crooaed bate with the team of that placo I n a double header. Miss Orpha White and Matty Lent and Miss Kifthrean and Cornelius Pronay mode up a party that motored down to toe Polo Grounds Monday to see tho Giants ploy a double head­ er against the Cincinnati team. John and Cornelius McKeevor, o f New York City, went to Brewster on Thursday after spending two weeks at the home o f Father Crawley, their uncle They will Bpcnd Uio remainder of the summer with their aunt, Mrs. Sponco, at Brewster. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koynolds vis­ ited timir son George -at Bridgeport, on Sunday It i s expected that the M. E church _. . . ^ will be crowded at the next Sunday excellent afTnir or last September's / st . rv lcea as the pulpit will be filled by the Rev. IS T. Iglehart After a vacation of a year spent In our midst Mr Igle.iart will return to his work as a missionary I n Japan on tho T'd of tula montb, leaving San Francisco on tho S. S Korea with the -nombers o f his family. As this may be hi* last sermon i n the United States- for a number of yea-«, his countlesa number of friends will un­ doubtedly be glad to hear Cilm and to extoid their good wishes i n his com­ ing work i n t'ie far off land. The Board of A .wessorB o f the town of rtpiiford are at work on the acaees- ment roll and are probably further advanced I n their labors than any ot'ier Hoard i n the State. Smith, Dp-tckson and Tripp are hard work­ ers and careful and the town is for­ tunate i n possessing th -e e gentlemen so well qualified fo r the Intricate work A copy o f Uie assessment roll may IM ? SPOT at tho home of Assessor Snr'h CHAPPAQUA VS. KATONAH. On Saturday afternoon Chappaqun Hcomtra back to LakesldeiFleld'Tamem-: boring, the Quakers have the honor of being the only team to defeat the KatonaCi gladiators on the borne dia­ mond thus far this year and having tasted blood are yilrsly for more of the same. It was a elighfly different: Quaker team which stormed the Lakesides rampart3 on the-jAst in ­ vasion and they will find a consider­ able alteration in the general \make­ up and \get up and git\ of tCio de­ fenders, unless we are much mistak- ened. But at that, there are apt to be surprises. One of two things will hap­ pen The game will be either close and snappy or there will be a ter­ rible revenge for the defeat of some weeks ago. But either of them will bo worth going to see and we'll be toere. And you, fans? Ye3, 3.30 sharp. Now I s the time to set out your Celery, Cabbage and Cauliflower Plants. For sale at Doyle Brothers, Katonah. Mi=» Alice Morton has been on the •de k list the past week. Don't mlBs the Saturday \Cnder- priced Sales at Hoyt Bros. Co. THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD WE HAVE IT 1M oM-fashioned anSlhentw ttenednpni which one Jfpeablbjou? THE ONLY WORK SHIRT WITH THE PATENT SLEEVE YOU WILL NEVER €SE THE OLD STYLE IF YOU ONCE TRY THIS... , Sizes 12 to i9. - Price 50c DIEHL'S ICfc CREAM Mrs. George Miller and four chil­ dren ore staying With her sister-in- law,'Mrs E. Hart. The two pals, Johnny WelcCi and Scotty Morrison are latest victims of the whooping cough. The Fowler Company during the remainder of the road construction, will unload the tar preparation at Bedford Hills as i t is now nearer to that station. Mrs. Bartlett, ot New Jersey,\^Is •visitin g <her .daughter, Mrs L J. Hayes. Tho Misses Bartlett o f New York were Sunday visitors o f Mr. and Mrs. William Bartlett. Miss Jennie Morris is visiting der sister Mrs. Edward Dunn. Mrs. Mary Van Tassel went to Dan- bury Monday for a week's visit with eelatlves. Mr Frank Carr of Chappaqua vis­ ited Mr. and Mrs Armstrong last Sunday Mr. and Mrs Nelson B. Williams' of Bedford and their daughter return­ ed last Thursday from a two weeks' vacation «tay at Bar Harbor. AT Doyle' Brocks, Katonah Telephone 20-M 1 ^ • Opposite Depot ;J m Take Honied dBrick. 1. It Will Keep ^n Hour. The postmaster wishes to bring to the attention o f the public the fact that R . F D. letters must carry a two cent stamp and not a cent stamp as was formerly supposed by many. •Rev F. and MrB. Sloat, o f New­ ark, visited Mrs. George Ray o f the Terrace last Sunday. TJiis week the Ray family are camping at Waoca- buc. Mrs John French returned Sunday night from Cie Presbyterian Hospi­ tal. Mrs Victor Austin her two chil­ dren and Mrs Austin's mother-in-law ere visiting Mrs. George Flewellln. MJss Blakeney\ tflie former Dis^ t-irt Nur*!e, who i a at present em­ ployed in the Reformatory^ spent Tuesday with Mrs William H Clark Mr Ceorg-e Purdy I s very 111 with •;tomaeh trouble. Mr. (TiarJes Allen was in town on Sunday Miss Janet Barrett is spending the week end with Miss Hazel Purdy at Camp Idlcwhile, Peach Lake. The large etone \louse that I s bet­ ing erected on the hill on tbe road to Cross River c m the property lately sold hy E P Barrett, I s the now 1 •evidenc e o f E. L. Coster who was tho purchaser o f tho property. This tine structure in over one hundred <vnd fifty feet i n -length and will com- ^paro with the other beautiful places of the town The work I s being done by John Fallon, the Fifth Avenue contractor, who ls» certainly hustl- i 4ng things along. A wire crossed, the gae low and tho lull benefit of the spark is the way Hoboy (Len t describes the cause jMd Doc Noe says a sprained wrist is the result of'Hooey's attempt.to crank the new Maxwell on Monday. Doo \Improvised a sling and Hoboy I3 wear- ins it faithfully for a few days when he expects to again b» able to en ­ liven us with the popular airs on tots piano. ;Leajli% faifi%. Grocers. imii WTHERS Sole agents for The Famous ROYAL SCARfclT BRAND FINEST FOOD PRODUCTS ^IN THE WORLD. Fre^ sh, Fruit, and Vegetables \ AppoHnaris, Cantwell & Cochrane's 'Ginger Ale mid Sarsapa- rilla, Celesttatfs \Vichy Etc.; also Do&estic Table'Waters in& Sodas- > HUYtER 'S ana PARK & TILIFORJO'S '.CANDIES. Aleceda, iGraham-Courtney and. all Cigars and?Jqbacco'to,suit each individual ffaste. • J,.^__/'jl..? : g TELEPHONE 241 KATONAH, N. Y. Now is the time to buy that We have them in «U styles withjmces'jost right. Walter A. Wood FaM Machinery PITTSBURG FIELD FENCE ' Household GE6. ArTl BROOMS. k. HARDWARE ind PtUl BRUSHES. TNG RATONAHHALL Moving Pictures Tuesday & Saturday Evgs # Hall 25x^6 ¥eet ] To Rent Fac,SpeciaJ OccasiQhs •Si~' Ml FRED'S CAFE, \The Place to Eat\ Clean, Rightly Cooked' Food . Courteous, <Mck Attention; ' - 1 • - ; SPECIALS EVERY DAY. BIG REGULAR ; FRED S. CLARK, Prop, Katonah Avenue. # At tho annual, meeting o f Uie board of Education held In the high school 'on Tuesday ovenlng, August 4th, for the purpose o f organizing for the en- ouing year, Mr. William G. Barrett woa re-nominated for President of-tho Board, but positively declined to ac­ cept the office Again. Mr. Barrett lias served la tills position jfor >the past four yeras. Mr. J. Franklyn Ryan ,waa elected President, Mr. Charles P. Kennedy, Clerk, Mr, Le­ wis H. Mtliler, Treasurer, and. Mr-, John H. French, Collector. The regular monthly meetlrig_of th .^ 1 'on next .Tuesday, evening. As busl-' nese of (great taportance. to eyery ^j nyember of,1iie \department Will corne; before the\ meeting, all aft'tosgea to Uncalled for letters remaining In the Post Office, Katonah, August 4th, 1914:- - ^, Baskey, Moses A ' Browa, Mrs. H. Constable, HugCi <1. Kroppelln, Henry McCoy, Mies Nellie Murch, W. E. Sutherland, Mrs. William ' Sweete, Mrs. Emuel Vittagg,- Jack > Wray, Dr. H. D. B. A. Arnold, Postmaster. Ernest P. Waite expects to occupy the house recently purchased from! George Hoyt this week. The ico cneam and cake aale held by tie Christian Endeavor Society last Monday evening waa quite well attended. The proceeds will be used toward -defraying the expenses of the coming North Westchester conven­ tion. Kev,W. M. Fin/>ke and family expect to occupy their new residence on the Goldens Bridge state rood this week. Don't miss the Saturday Under priced Saieu at Hoyt Bros. Co. ORDER YOUR Fruits and Vegetables George Flewellln Is painting tbe residence of Thomas J. Doyle, as­ sisted by that gentleman who l a en­ joying on 'annual vacation from Dis dutes wtih the Water Supply Depart- meat. When you have something to ex­ change, want help or a position, Rec­ ord Want Advertisement* bring quick results. , Ladies and dents ^KUSHIO N\ of Stan PEOP®»RKI;T I'lke, Our Meals and e have the finest assortment Jn.TthV COMPLETE STOCK, PMCE& RIGHT 0!Sulfivatf-Rubber Heels. REPAtRi^G' KlpLY. DONE Toay Avery Building ' Valley *Road IVJegetabYea fresh 'fevery ^ hiornlrrtg fwrre.thfr\Fahnestook Farm.\ .*..•> I •Glveua'aCtriaJ, STEVE LADIES and GENTLEMENS •SPECIAL^BARGAJNS IN $WIS MAI^ETOpRDJgR. Fine Assortriiedt OJfhGoods to PressingyiGfea^ff

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