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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, December 06, 1929, Image 3

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Under Control [ Ida Grave*, A treated on Sbo] ■ lifting Charge, Tell* Com- i plaiqanl in City Coart She WU1 Pray Favorably Many Suggea- Furniture Hou*e Will Round Out 15 Years of Busi ­ ness at the Cose of This Year store In Mount Vernon. Today the Arm has large stores at 86 Main street, this city. Mount Vernon and Tonkart. The business la now conducted by Mr. Well ’ s two sons. Frank F. Well is general manager and Gordon Well U general mer ­ chandise manager. The growth of this concern la In general keeping with the growth of the clUaj mentioned. The local store at Main street and 8outh Lexington avenua carries a full tins of furnishings for the home. It has large show rooms making for greater display and facility In selection and devotea an entire de ­ partment to radio cats. ( Greenburgh Town Board To Forward Proposition to Florida Realty Man the city Include James Monroe and General Heath, he mid. \While Shakespeare puts the ques ­ tion. •what ’ s in a namsT ’ \ Mr. Hardy stated. “ I am Inclined to feel that there can be a lot In a name. A. dlgnlOled name always carries a certain amount of prestige with It-*' The Town Board of Groenburgh decided tor offer Hugh O. Curran of Pelham the sum of *500 for the deads of ddlcatlon to Roosevelt, Columbus and Vandsrmllt avenues, In ths Fair Grounds section of the town at their meeting yesterday. For ths past six month*, improve- Cost of Work- ii) Greenburgh Estimated at $60,000; Runs Through Swamp Land An oddlUonol road Improvement for Jackson avsnue. Gretnvil'e. Is being considered by the town board of Greenburgh. At the meeting of the board yesterday, several com ­ plaints regarding tho condition of the road at present were received. Superintendent of Highways Ralph Lawrence estimated that to Improve the road, a distance of about one mile would cost approxl- i n n E A LIN fi outskirts o fthe city, to avoid In- 1 it 1/ JJ fl U 1 it VI H^it^WITHSMALLDOi ■ an>| F. Ik Draper am ’ George Wleh- ! ' - ■ - _ . man. SI* Main street, are In charge' Unwilling to Punish Lilt ! Aaim.1 For Big Comp... plans for eroding thj station. They tion ’ s Misbehavior; H. A. : £. ” ■ET'SSJS Childrr “ Own. Poppy : and sold today that the success of don - t WBnt to pim Uh the liti , the prpjsd would depend entirely d0R for the blg dog's mist Members of ths Harotdalc Firs Department will Join with their friends tomorrow night at ths ma ­ nual boll of the department. Tbs affair will be held in the firehouse on Central avenue near Hartsdale Bids Will Be Received For Cost of Constructing Iron • Rail Along Ardsley . Road* W«U Engineer MacDonald States -Road Work Must Wait ■ Until Spring Labor Leader Will Be Hon ­ ored.at Function in Port Chester Tomorrow Today, Saturday and Sunday These cats were formerly priced from $100 to $200. They represent a drastic price reduction due to large new car stocks. Every car is in good running order and has fair tires. Announces that the Westchester Meat Market ia now under hia management. A complete stock of Choice Meats, Groceries, .Fruits and Vegetables will be carried. SPECIAL 10c COUNTER A feature of this store — nationally known products — nothing-on this counter over iO cents. Remember SATURDAY SUNDAY TODAY Westchester Meat Market

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