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The Fairport herald. (Fairport, N.Y.) 1873-1925, August 09, 1911, Image 2

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1 9 1 1 VILLTAGE BOARD —W e have^aken the-agency fo r t h e f a m o u s — Van Dyk’s Teas and Coffees — Ihe-teas-are-all-35G-peF—poundr-while—the— coffees range in price fron* 22c to 28c the pound. Try us for your next order. . ... . - IG E — C R E A M — A N D — I G E ^ G R E A M — S O D A We use Whiting’s Ic^C ream Our restaurant i s welL patronized./ Have ,you ______ '* * __ t _ . 9 ___ •» e a t e n h e r e y e t ? „ R e g u l a r d i n n e r a t / 2 a q . _ _ E x t r a • • • . S u n d a y d i n n e r a t 3 0 c . B a k e d g o o d s o f a l l k i n d s ; C U L V E R BLO C K w e s t , a v e n u e - — • • FIRST METHODIST.^ .. HERMON L. BROCKWAY, PASTOR. ____ Residence. No. 7 Perin at. M _ _ _ _ _ _ _ „ > j _ , , i. , . i 1 Morning service a t 1 0 :30. _ ” Some inborn Tendencies th a t%Make Us Mis­ sionaries” will be the pastor's theme. ThiB sermon will observe how the hu­ man race J s constituted in corporate unity, parental influence, the influence o£ the dreams of youth, the passion for travel, the place of wonder in the j hum an growth, pecul i a r tem p tation iri ■ftnrvTirela m im igATif t s w » qd:pg]iriffiJ Evening worship at_/7:30. Union service on the Congregational lawn. It Is expected that the lawn will be | Well lighted with electricity. A pulpit platform will be built under £he Free B a p tist church driveway. ! Thfere will be good singing.’ Rev. Hermon L. Brock way will preach, ~taktng~for~hiH \theme th e general sub^ ject, after D e a th .\ Mr. JBrnckw ay_wi 1L _de liy.er_ _ th sermons, a t these outdoor services on the th r e e 1 .Sunday evenings this month. -The : subject for each evening is as fol­ lows: Sunday evening, Aug—13r-^-I,- , Myself A fter D e a th.” Aug. 20, * The—B tb le~ f if i'drjth e ^ H e reafter.' ’ Aug. 27, \G r o wth and Service A fter D e a th.” The public i6 cordially in­ vited to these services. If the w eath­ er is inclement we will .w o rship in the Free Baptist church. Thursday evening’thcTFourtfr~Quar- terly Conference will be held—in the church. Dr. Ilubeell, district super- -intendentr-w ill-ber p resent to preside.- ‘ A ll tbe officers of the church are ex­ pected to be present. The\congrega­ tion is also cordially invited to be present. Player Pianos and Victor Talking Ma­ chines is proving a big success. Those wishing to take advantage^of these spe- » ._______________________ cial bargains should do so at once, .as we nre here only a few days longer: -------- STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING Best Block Main Street J . W . M a r t i n & B r o M R t / R A Y - F A G A N , Local Representative Houses at Rochester, Geneva, Corning and Perry, CftTHs O F ^ U M M E RSH O E S J;-Gr-Ayles worth. T h e b i g s h o e e v e n t o f t h e s u m m e r s e a s o n , t o w h l c B a l l N o . r t h ^ ^ e s t e r n - N e w Y o r k l o o k s f o r ­ w a r d r B t a r t e d \ M o n d a y . ^ T h i s salB ’ i n c r i i d e s e v e r y o n e o f o u r h i g h - g r a d e f a m o u s m a k e s i n s u m m e r w e i g h t s . - ~ * _ N o n e r e s e r v e d , e v e r y p a i r t o b o . s o l d D O N O T N E G L E C T T B f l S . O P P O R T U N I T Y t ^ f i l L i n - y o i i r . s u m m e n i B h o e j n e e d s . a t r r C o s f c - a n d - F O K \ M E N = — $4.00 broken lines-$L05 .4.00 . “ . **: 3.25 - — FOR-WOMEN ____ $3.00 grades now $.1.95 during August, Shop, earlier In the 'week 146 Main Strefet/East, Rochester, Ni Y Don’t ask your heighhor~-Read it iri.the Herald

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