CATSKILL MOUNTAIN NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1924.
Notice of 8chool Meeting
MEW KINGSTON DUNRAVEN DENVER ANDES ARKVILLE
Notice Is hereby given that tho an-
Sam Lewis, the well known vnude- mini school meeting of Union Free
Levy & Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Hurley nnd family ol Miss Kate OibbS of Liberty is B
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Mines nnd chil-' The Home llureau will moot at the vlllo headllner of Ixswls nnd Doty with School. District No. 17, Town or Mid-
dren of Mount Vernon came up to home ofMrs. R. C. Van Ketiren Thurs- at tlie homoare spending BUBhttstl,days MISR Grace Gladstone nnd Mr. nnd tho B. F. Keith circuit, arrived In town! dletown, will be held In tlie high MEATS, FRUITS AND VEG-
New Jersey several visitor In town.
spend i he Fourth on the (l. s. Robert- day. July 10. Russell Avery of Plngbamton to spend the summer at his Arkvllle school building In the village O Mar- f ETABLES
son form, They left their son, Rich- \\r_ Mu\ M r s . c . o, Woodanl and Mrs. Mary Kittle, who ha.4 been Mrs.
staying With her son Leon for s-inie were Andes visitors over the weekend. home, tho Rosebud Cottage, on tho garetvllle on Tuesday. Augustfi,1084
ard. who Is troubled With asthma, UP family of Franklin spent Sunday nl Lew Baker has secured employment Dry Brnoc road. at 7:-10 p. m. for tho purpose of elect-
for the suininer. die home of her sister, Mrs. Arthur time, returned to her home In Bedell In o creamery at Bovlna. Patrick Woods, a wealthy real es- ing three members of the Hoard of Wholesale and Retail
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Arch I ha Id and Ddameter. Henry Itetz of Walton was a busi- tate dealer of Brooklyn, was a guest Education In place of A. c. Ponton,
small son, Andrew, nccomponled by M n , j 0 j , n ward of Pennsylvania Is Sylvonus Kelly of Bedell was a bust ness caller In town Tuesday. at the Falrvlow House during tho week Georgo E, Gladstone and Mrs. Etta Fresh Fish
Prank Russell and Mrs. Andrew Van visiting her daughter, Mr.". Gmbreo ness caller in town Wednesday. John .Inekson of Kingston visited bis while on his way to his summer homo Welch, whose term of office will then
Qenscltoten, lofl Monday morning for Johnson. Mrs. Sarah Haver and Ron Robert brother here Inst week. at Stamford. expire, nnd one member to (111 vacancy
an auto trip to Now Vork City. Some are spending tlie week with relatives Joe StooBBcl, light heavyweight caused by the resignation of S. A. Du-
v. L, Keator is station ngent during In Kelly Corners. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. I'. Cook of Pnterson Levy & Taylor's Market
Margaretvllle friends also accompan- the absence of Carl Brown. spent the Fourth In Andes. champion of New York City, nnd Mrs. gan. and also to transact nny other
ied them, William Burns of Endlcott Is as- Stoessel nro guestB of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. ,i. w . Herdman ami daughter, James Atkln nnd son arc nt Sidney T. F. Maboney. Mr. Stoessel right hand business that mny properly be brought
Mrs, x C, Archibald, who 1ms been Irene, and Richard IMoss. of King- sisting Qeorgo Stewart in haying. doing corpenter work. before such meeting.. Phone .'52 Mnrcnretvill,,
staying witli her sister, Mrs. David ston, spent a few days last week at Mrs. Earl Jenkins and son Charles was Injured In Inst bout nnd he ex-
Dr. nnd Mrs. Tnrbox of Oneontn nnd pects to spend several weeks her re- LESLIE DUMOND, Glortt."
Alee, mi tlie farm, Is back In her cot- the Dlmmtck farm. of Margaretvllle were calling on
tare in this village once more. friends hero Tuesday. Mr. nnd drs. Paul Wyken of Otego cuperating. Dnted, July 11, 1924. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Miss Rath Sanford visited her grand were Andes visitors Thursday. I, the undersigned, Earl E. Jenkins, of
The Rev. C. L. Wright family are parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Sanford, Fred Muller of New York was a C. F. Sturm fit Now York spent the
Mr, nnd Mrs. Murray Williams of Margaretvllle, Dolnwnro County, N,
now in tlie parsonage and Mr. Wright on Monday. weekend guest of his aunt, Mrs. N. J. Illon nre visiting her sister, Mrs. An-Fourth and weekend with his nrmy TO T H E PUBLIC
Redmond. pal, Marcus Korn. Y„ the owner of a certuln motor vehi-
will preach for us I lie rest of the drew Llddle. PROF. GEORGE HOFFMAN cle lien that I hold on one Pulek live
month, »• Leon Woolheater has purchased a Lorln Hunt, who Is employed by the
DRY BROOK A party from Arena had an auto ac- Remington Typewriter Co. at Ilion, N. Formerly at The Knickerbocker Hotel pnssenger automobile, model G 5 T ; '
Among the visitors from out-of- Fordson tractor of A. H, Todd & Son. New York City
cident near Andes Sundny when their V,, spent the Fourth with ills parents, year 1923, motor No. 9.18478, belonging
town on tlie Fourth, we noticed Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Weeks and fam- Is now located at 010 Broadway
Mrs. Nelson Graham is learning to ily and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kittle and car overturned. One lady wns cut Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hunt. O
to H. P. Murray, of C O Walnut Ave.,
and Mrs, Roy Dullols and small son about the face. KINGSTON, N. Y.
David of Kingston. drive her car. family attended tho Fourth of July Mr. and Mrs. William Coner'y n nd Syracuse, N. Y„ in tho sum of four
Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Avery and Mr. celebration at Stamford. Gordon Reath of Ilion Is assisting son Pllly of Phoenicia were In town For a short stny, where ho will con- hundred forty-six and 1G-100 Dallors
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Archibald bis brother, Robert, in haying. tinue to servo Indies In boyish bob-
Wednesday, mixing business with
motored down to Kingston Monday to and Mrs. Joe Avery and son spent the Dancing every Saturday evening at
Mr. and Mrs. Otis MeCumber spent pleasure, bing, shingling nnd French curling. ($440.10) to date, for work, labor, ma-
see the big dam. Fourth on a picnic near Woodlawn tlie Denver Hall. Round and square. Also scnlp trentment—will gunrnntee terial supplies, dono and rendered on
school, meeting friends nnd relatives Mead's orchestra. Welcome to all. udv the Inst of the week with their daugh- Mrs. Rose Lowensteln and daughter to stop hnlr from fnlllng out. said Pulek touring car, nnd for stor-
We note that there Is on display in from Kingston and vicinity. ter nt Schenectndy. of New Mexico are guests nt the Elm Make Your Appointment Immediately nge of said car, which is duo and un-
Faulkner's store a picture of a base- Mrs. O. D. Baker spent several dnys The oldest dnughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tree Cottage.
ball nine labeled "Champions of Del. at Arkvllle helping care for her moth- ARENA —avdJ25 paid, will pursuant to statute In
Cnrl Spiers of Tuxedo Is confined to Over thirty guests were entertained such cases made and provided, sell
Co, We are also interested in tlie er. Mrs. Susan Alton, who recently the house with n case of measles. at the Locust Grove House the Fourth
fait that four of these high school underwent an operation for appendi- Miss Ethel Gregory of Delhi Is vis- They came here to spend a few days nnd over the weekend. such Pulek five passenger touring
students are from New Kingston val- citis. iting her aunt, Mrs. Arthur Sprague. with relatives and then were taken Mr, nnd Mrs. Herman Kolbort and DR. JOHN E. KELLY automobile at public auction at the
ley. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Fairbairn of Mrs. Elizabeth Krum has gone to by the disease. The parents returned Alex Lentz and son spent the holiday front door of tlie Jenkins Garage in
Graduate-Chiropodist tho village of Mnrgnretvillc, Delaware
Mrs. Isaac Ponton is spending the Arkvllle spent Sunday witli Mr. nndDelhi to spend a few weeks with her to their home Sundny, while the girl period at the Kolbert summer home
week with relatives near Hobart. Mrs. J. P. Fnirbnirn. daughter. .Mrs. Ida Flint. Is at the home of her grandmother, on the Dry Brook Road. Specializing In Foot and Arch troubles County. New York, on the 20th day of
M. .1. Faulkner and sons Lyman and Plensant View Farm house report IJ. T. Martin is spending a few days Mrs. Spiers. July, 1024, at 10 o'clock In the fore-
Curtis left Wednesday for Htghstown, a house full of guests over the Fourth. in Cooperstown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Lewis of Delhi Arena Music Class Gives Recital
(Successor to Dr. Magnus Gross) noon of that day to the highest bidder
X. .1.. where tlie latter son expects to liver Todd of Schenectady, who hns Glenford Faulkner of Margaretvllle spent Tuesday with her parents near (Arpnn Correspondent) Phones: Office 420; residence 1343-M for the payment of said lien and all
enter Peddie School for the summer been visiting bis parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. spent tlie weekend with Charles Andes. accruals thereon, costs and expenses
Mrs. Thurmnn Adoe's music clnss
session. Myron Todd, returned home recently. Bussy. Howard Wordon of Livingston Man- gnvo n recltnl in Gregory's Hall Sntur- Hours: 10-12; 1-5. Evenings by of sale.
Frederic Yearwood of Brooklyn Earl E. Jenkins, Lienor.
spent the weekend with his sister, or was an Andes visitor n few days day evening, which wns enjoyed by appointment
Mrs. Thurman Adee. last week. a large audience. Much credit Is due ANDREW C. FENTON,
y. s Dave, Andrew and Edward Wooden Mrs. Adee for the painstaking efforts 286 Wall Street Advance Bldg. Attorney for Lienor,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Williams nnd son,
of Richmond Hill. Long Island, visited in making tills annual affair a success. KINGSTON, N. Y. Margaretvllle, N. Y.
Belmont, of Dion are visiting friends
their brother, Herman Wooden, last
in this vicinity.
• Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds spent
• Buy Furniture Now the Fourth at Andes, tlie guests of Mr. Mrs. H. D. Archer and children re-
and Mrs. Clyde Hloodgood.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Block of Nework.
turned home Sunday after spending a # : •
few days visiting relatives at Sidney.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spiers and family
> ' Our 42nd Year
N. J., were the guests of Mrs. L. T. • .*••
• Now is the time to fill in the extra pieces • Martin early in tlie week.
Frank Pecker. Penj. Pecker. H. S.
of Tuxedo spent from Thursday until • • J •
Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Spiers. :'.•'•
you have been waiting for so long a time. Mr. and Mrs. George MeNalr pent ••••
Tompkins and Gilbert Dumond were
• Now is the time to buy because you can buy
• at Cooperstown early In the week.
Mrs. Arthur Sprngue spent a few-
tho Fourth with relatives In Pinglinm-
at low prices.
H. W. Frisbee and son of Wnlton
days early in the week with friends were In Andes over the Fourth. They •
played with the Andes military band
Mr. and Mrs. L. Roy Jenkins and during the day.
Rugs are cheaper now than you will ever
see them again. W e have a large selection in
• daughter Pearl of Ilion were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Mason nnd •
• Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dickson and Mr.
daughter of Delhi and Mr. and Mrs.
• Axminsters, Kimlarks and Congoleum. • and Mrs. Emery Jenkins early in tlie
L. E. Woolheater and son enjoyed an
• James Brisbane of Prooklyn spent
auto trip to Kingston Sunday.
ARKW/LLE, N. V.
• The new Bedroom Suites have arrived and a few days recently with his brother, K E L L Y CORNERS
• samples will be on display this week. Grant Brisbane.
Mrs. Margaret McFarlnnd nnd son John Jackson of Kingston wns nn
• Come in and look our stocks over, you will Louis spent the Fourth a* the home over Sundny visitor nt A. F. Sweet's.
• be more than repaid for your time spent here.
of Robert Holmes on Dingle Hill. Mrs. Palmyra Archibald, who wns
Clyde Suttle is .assisting Emery quite seriously Injured In nn automo-
• Jenkins in his hardware store. bile nccident, is some better. •
A. J. HOLMES & COMPANY • Henry Bush wns In Kingston Wed-
HALCOTTVILLE nesday trying examinations for an •
Furniture and Undertaking
• Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Faulkner of
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bellows were OU15 •
MARGARETVILLE, NEW YORK Fleischmnnns spent Sunday at David Roxbury visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberts were Sun-
day visitors nt tho home of William
Lawrence In Kelly Corners.
Arrival In Arena
Rom to Mr. and Mrs. Ho sea • X
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Muir of Andes Sprague on July 5th, a son. • •
were callers in town Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Flowers nnd
son and Mrs. Ida Hlnkley of Delhi ANNOUNCEMENT
I, Mrs. Eviston, wish to announce to
• Values Are I egitimate Ijnmatchable Everlasting •
spent Sundny with their aunt, Mrs.
Julia M. Clark. tho public that I am about to open a
Do You Need New Batteries?
Mrs. Mary Simmons of Vineland, N. Gown Parlor at my residence on
J., spout Saturday with her sister, church Street.
Mrs. W. P. Yennilya. This Gown Parlor I will open with
Mrs. Jennie M. Clark spent Wednes- the intentions of promoting "Trade
day with her cousin, Mrs. Calvin Rob- at Home" Slogan.
inson. Here I will sell, at prices below
Mrs. Mary Davis of Grand Gorge is those In New York or Kingston or any
If You Do See Us. visiting Mrs. Chester Mead. other place for the same goods, gowns,
We are agents for Exide, Western Electric and Wil-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Halt entertain- frocks and dresses of all descriptions,
ed company Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. David Morrison and
daughter, Mr. Morrison's brother nnd
wife of Newburg, visited Mr. Morri-
including evening and dance frocks.
• MRS. G. EVISTON
Church Street, Margaretvllle, N. Y
• MONTHS LATER •
son's aunt, Mrs. H.N.Hewitt, over the
If your Batteries need attention, we will gladly send weekend. CENT A WORD COLUMN •
our Battery Engineer expert who was formerly Battery
Engineer for Lighting Plant Equipment of the Electric
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Dicknian of NO INSERTION LESS T H A N 25c
Margaretvllle spent Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. E. T. Rowe.
• Most all Clothes look good the day you %
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Yermilya and FOR SALE— All kinds of tamo rab-
Storage Battery Company, the largest Battery Com-
• buy them.
son Charles attended the Sanford- bits. Steve Lokus, Fleischnmnna.
pany in the World. Faulkner Reunion in Delhi July 4th. —JulylSp.
FOR SALE—Free and clear, the Len- •
Let us help you in your Electrical Problems—Radio. non estate, in whole or in parts,
comprising 49 acres, two modern •
Batteries. Motors. Power. Light Ventiliation. Automobile,
Delco Systems. FOR SALE! houses thereon, containing ten and
eight rooms respectively, with baths,
each fully furnished and all latest
Improvements. For particulars ap- The thing you're interested in is "How X
The Electrical Store ply S. Segal, Arkville, N.Y. TF.
O. H. PATRICK Clean Saw Dust FOR SALE—McCormick & Deering
Harvesting Machinery and repairs will they look months later"—after youVe \
Order Early. Ctmfield Supply Co.,
Kingston, N. Y.—jllc.
Tel 55 Margaretvllle, N. Y. For Bedding FOR SALE—At Once. Ford commer-
cial truck. First class condition. worn them. •
Margaretvllle WANTED—Anyone capable of mak-
ing a good can of hoop cheese, ap-
• : >CN$<>$<$<>00< >SC<>^0« VS5T ply to Dave Broad, Kelly Corners, :
UK/ Handle N. Y., or communicate with Louis
Kadans Company, Inc., 300 Green- :
wich St., Now York.—Jlltf.
RADIO FOR SALE — Crosloy four
When You Buy •
tube set. four tubes, three 201-A, one
200 Magnavox loud speaker, cost
?110 will soil for $G0, been in use
only a few weeks, good as now. Mi
G. Hill, Arkvillee, N. Y. Timo pay-
x HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX •
ment arranged.— J l l c .
FOR SALE— 2-year-old Holstoln bull. X
Woehrle, Union Grove,—Jllp.
PLEASE set out milk bottles. Roy
and all kinds of small hand Sprayers
Mr. H. Valente Carrere
cannot got them If they are not out.
C. J. Akorly. — J l l p . X
begs to annpunce a
series of dances to
SADDLE HORSES for sulo or rent.
FOR SALIC— English shephord pup-
Here, you know they'll look right and
pies two months old. Natural Heel
INSECTICIDES be held at the
Our stock includes all the most effective kinds of' Margaretville Opera House
drivers. Ira L. Lawrence, Kelly
Corners, N. Y.—Jllp.
FOR SALE— Essex touring, good rub-
serve right "Months Later." The
Spray materials. The dances will b e pre- ber, car runs flue, will give any kind
Pyrox, Arsenate of Lead, Paris Green, Slug-Shot,'
and all kinds of Fly Spray.
sented every other Fri-
day evening beginning
of a demonstration!
WANTED — An experienced dining
label is your guarantee.
room girl. Pakntakun Country
W.G.WALSH JULY 11, at 9:00 O'clock (Tub.—Jllc.
WANTED— Rags suitable for wiping
Featuring Pease's Orchestra machinery, will pay 10 cents per
7 SUCCESSOR TO F. W. B1S1IOP
pound. Karl E. Jenkins.—Jllp.
Margaretville, N. Y. Phone 17-W
with square and round
FOR SALE — Now Chevrolet live
passenger, lias been driven 41
T i c k e t * HI.OO I miles, will sell for |50 less Kurl de-
*Sy«>>oa90ooQpoo« koaooootifNs) I
livery price ot uow oue,
»m >ol Jeuklun.~-JUp^