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THE TIMES. COMBINING THE CROTON FALLS \NEWS\ AND \FOLIO.\ (ESTABLISHED IN 1878) VOL. XXX No. 6. KATONAH, N. Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1908. $1.50 A YEAR i IHflKE HAY WHIIiE THE Sflfl SHINES 1 • • Haying time is early this year, but we are earlier than haying time with a complete line of Haying Tools. Cbe Adriatic* Buckeye mowing machine. The machine that is tried and true. Will stand more hard usage than any other machine. Is light of draft and has many good features of its own. Repairs on nand for this machine. Cl>e new Yorker fiay Rake. We have sold this rake for six years and have no complaints. It is reasonable in price and durable in construction. Small Rand Cools. Mowing scythes, hand rakes, hay forks, scythe snaths, whet stones, English rag stones, etc. Kellogg & Mead. TONAH N. Y. Hoyt Brothers Company Tuneral Directors and Cictnscd emfealmm General Department Store .*. S PECIAL MENTION of a few desirable leaders for the coming week. A line of \thin Coats in black alpaca and blue * serge in all sizes at popular prices, just the thing for the hot weather. A variety of Straw Hats in all grades at prices less than cost while they last. Also a new line of both ladies' and gents' hats in white and tan in duck goods. The popular hat for rowing and fishing. An underprlced sale of Laces in desirable widths in Vals, Cluuys, Insertions, Allovcrs and Embroidery. We are closing out the last of our Ruffled Swiss Curtains about two and one-half yards long at 8Uc UOc. $1.00, yit special values. We are showing a desirable lot of short length mill romnants at about half value on our Bargain Counter for summer wear. We Arc a! Your Service HOYT BROS. COMPANY iKatonah, N. Y. Vicinity Correspondence if- The News of Our NeiGJiboring Villagesjand Hamlets Briefly b|t Tersely Told. SOMERS 1 Our farmers are preparing \\for the gathering of the hay crop, which prom­ ises well this year. Several of the pupils of the school i a Dist. No 2 Sorners village, are in at­ tendance this week at Katonah lor examinations LEADERS in y the line of Dry Goods. —Kennedy & VanTassell, Katonah. Miaa Vina Mi'.' >, of Pleasantville, WHS a welcome \i-t or to Mrs. Fred. Harmon last week. Mrs A. Ferguson is meeting with good success with her ice cream parlor in Somers village, i eceiving patronage from PuJ'd}s, Grot, u Falls and other adjacent localities. PURDY STATION •jjbjk. Dann is the ilrst one to secure a (Hro'p of Bret class hay this season, beginning on a piece of good graso on Ttii »day, containing somewhat less thin four acres, cutting and curing it amftmttinE it in the barn, finishing on >Thureday SOUTH SALEM Way: fcclose i new i-'six! The rain of Monday was very ac­ ceptable us the streets and highways had become very deserts of dust. The exercises at the M. E. church on, Children's Day evening were very iu- teresting and a large audience was present to enjoy them. A number of the members of our' school are this week attending the ex-- : amlLations at Katonah. It would seeing as though the school system, outside of large communities, might be slmpll^ fled somewhat and thus do away with extra cost and trouble that Is nowiS thrust upon the pupils and pr.renj The school here .issoa^ propositions of any iu the couLty. The attendance is smaller than many of the ordinary district schools, there are two teachers and the pay Is higher than normal, and what more could be desired'' Dr. Garfield has joined the auto brigade with a nobby looking ishlto car which looks as if it could nil the [ bill easily. Mrs. James Frost, of Croton FalK | has been \ isiting ber sister.JUrs. Da\ 11 i Booth, here for a few days, after which j she will visit mother sister and a brother, in Middlotown, for a slu n | time. Afterwards she will return an 1 ] make her home with Mrs. Daniel I> 1 Chamberlin, near Croton Falls. i Some of our street lights are so con- . cealed by the growth of foliage of the ! nearby trees that, as a source of il- ; lumlnation, they are dead failures, and ' yet the electric light tax goes on with 1 a regularity that is wonderful, consid- i ering the benefits received. \ Mrs. F. L. Parkus is intending to enjoy a visit among friends in Yonkers the present week, as her health is very ^much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Masterson, of Valhalla, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. White over Sunday last. Mrs I Mastrrson and the children remained over for a visit of a few days Obildren 's Day exercises were kin the Prebbyterian churoh last morning and were as always a 88, parrh because always de- eutirels t'> the children. Toward i a short address was uiVi-n to iese littl..- folks by Mr Thomas', pa3loi. Charlotte E Hull, who has in Brooklyn and other d -Tbtant i the most of the time for the months, returned to her home kturday last and will remain for lummer. Mary Geis, of New York, spent 'last with her niece, Mrs. Al Howe. si In the line of Diy Goods, enoedy & VanTassell, Kntonah. BSjchildien and many of the grown rows* ladir a of the plaiv are busily le$Tiia trying to gather together no'osand feet of pennies, 12 to the ifsaipiTto be devoted to the use of locne,' society and regarded as |$a« proceeds of the annual '~\£which as usual will be held cksmith shop has at last ad is on its new founda- >s Che County Crust Company 122 RAILROAD AVENUE JAMBS F HOHAN, President. DAVID CROMWELL, Vke-Pres JOSEPH H MEAD , J Dot ULAbS MEAU, Secretary Asst hjecv Tina Company allows interest on deposits nt current rated There nre no restrictions us to nmounts which may he de­ posited and interest is paid from the date of\ depoMt to the date of withdrawal, accounts being subject t o checque at any time without forfeiture of accumulated interest (Designated by the Supreme Court as a Depositary for Funds paid into Court ) St: was followed by James Wood, presi dent of the club, Charles Helm and Mr. Marquand. A goodly number of ladies were in attendance and after the meeting- was adjourned an elaborate luncheon was served Mrs. Manjuund is certainly a fln« hostess. Kx Mayor Seth Low was iu attendanceund is also an active member. c YORKTOWN HEIGHTS C. H Bassett, our Yorktown florist furnished the flowers and did the decorating of the Drew M. E church, ('armel, for the Hackley and Twiname wedding. We are pleased to have our Carinel friends so fortunate us to have HO good a designer and deco- ratorasMr Bassett. Although his greenhouse is only iu its infancy, he lius the finest flowers and the best system of any place along the line of the Putnam Division Mr Basset, or Charlie, as every one knows him, is one of our Yorktown boys and we are proud of it He has been suc­ cessful in whatever he has under- , taken. He started in the greenhouse if.tJieHbfary. The business only a couple ofr years ago KWriraTw- Sfk-u1?oir-an<rrnadS ft \decided STMSBS *of it for. It and.it will be converted Into a dwell­ ing house. In a short time, also, men and teams will be at work clearing up the debris left where the old shop stood. Miss Lucy M Howe has been ap­ pointed Treasurer of this branch of tbe District X'irsiiig Ast<i >ciaili>n to take the place of Mis \V H Stowe, who recently moved from Cr HS KIWI ti South NorwalU, Ct NORTH SALEM | Samuel S. Austin has received his ! appointment as postmaater hero and entered upon his duties at once. Ira , Minor is his deputy and the office re­ mains in Its location in Minor's store ) On and after Saturday the oppor- [ tunity will be given to purchase Fus sell's pure ice ciream, either by plate or brick, right here in the village, as on and aftei that date Mr. and Mrs. Van Scoy will furnish it at the Purely house. It will be a great convenience Most of our owners of boats have seaured their permits from the Water Board and have placed their boats for the season, some on the lake and others on the overflow of the Croton in the valley. Where these permits ! are given for both places two numbers are necessary on the boat, it is said. ! Of course that the red tape part of the program. , LEADERS in the line of Dry Goods i —KENNEDY & VANTASSELL, Katonah. | The real fishing season Is not yet , opened although some fair catches : have been made by our local sports, : especially in tho valley. I I am very pleased to mention that Ex-Supervisor Purdy has so far re­ gained strength and health as to be , able to walk out around the lawn, aud entire recoverery is now but a question ' of time. ! Our people have started the scythes j and mowing machines and the pros­ pects are good for an abuudant crop uf excellent hay The weather, how- | ever, has not been ideal for the corn i crop, hi'hough this may bo changed later. Ohas. T.Hunt's Silver Plate Shows viith trained dops and ponies will be here Saturday, Jane -0, on Green's lot Katonah. the simple reason that he attended strictly to his work and did not wait for some one t o help him, as so many young men of the present day do, but pushed ahead himself, being a solfmude man With the patrunage he has and tliu ambition, it will not be a far distant day when In.- ^ TCOII- houso will stai\! abreast with inueli older ones, or any in the country On the evening of the I2ih, the Young Men's Social club gave a niusi cale at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. M L> Cahh. About fifty Wends of the members were present and thoroughly enjoyed tho music and cake and ice cream which were served by the mem bors. Those who took part were Miss Cash, songs, Mr. Selllck, eonp;a, and a quintet composed of Mr. Hoff­ man, cornet, Mr. Balfour, flu^e; Mr. Roman, 'cello, Mr. Brown, violin, and Mrs. Balfour, piano. Those present expressed their pleaarue with the even­ ing's entertainment and departed for their homes about midnight. Robert Irwin met with a serious ac­ cident on Sunday afternoon. He, with some friends, was walking on Turkey Mountain when he slipped and fell off a ledge of rocks, cutting his bead bad­ ly and bruising bis back. He is still under tho doctor's care Theodore Purdy's new funeral car arrived on Monday last. Its body iB equate iu design, set off by eight col­ umns, and is ihe prettiest and most up to-date car in Westchester county We understand that a joint confer­ ence will be held by the two branches of Fiiends on July 11th. One session will be held at Amawalk meeting house and tbe other at the Friends' church here Prominent speakers will attend both meetlugs, details of which will be announced later. Jotl Bortou, whom many have met ' at the Spring Quarterly Meetings at Amawalk and who is a noted Friends speaker, has been nominated for state ' senator on the Republican ticket, from his home district in New Jersey Miss Alice R. Purdy, and Miss Aunie C. Kerwin, of Brooklyn, and the Mis­ ses Flora and Esther Hallock, of Os- sining, spent Saturday and Sunday at Theodore Purdy's. ' On June 2nd, seventeen members of i Yorktowu Grange, No. SC2. P. of H , I attended MahopacGrajge and as.'Isted , in conferring tbe first and second de­ grees on twelve candidates. Over j twenty-five members have been Initi­ ated in Yorktown Granje since last | February, and Interest Increases at every meeting. I The new train schedule, which wii.i i into effect last Sunday, is a great im- Mchols, Jr 'Ihe happy event will , jj r „vement over the winter schedule, take placo this week Saturday at VI u'- \ We have now eleven tiains daily both clock, noon. j to and from New Yoik \ pari, l car S. P. Field, H r. Paddock and W. R. J -is run on the 9 27 down train iu the Finch attended the Bedfoid Fnriners', morning and on the .\ J 67 up train in ciub at Heiuy Mauiuond's.at Bedioid, i tho evening The greatest improve a.id report one of the ia.giBt gather-' nients are the trains having here at ings and the finest time of the aeason. ! t! i s aud 7 05 iu ihe inonihig for New Prof. Moore took for his subj.-ci \Bo- j York These with the 6 00 and 7 03 vine Tuberculos s,\ and ho h^ndud j expiesses give us good accjuinnda- Broad Brook Tartn Bedford Station, N. V. SETH LOW, Owner. G. D. BRILL, Supt, - Pure Milk 1 ur ihe in!.!i fi \ diiMre n dir ll.i « i k Hi ol tr'U 'l iri -e |fruinV 1 ulivrculuM*. ( ruinury Muulaiy i n oi.r> p.ir H\'or Cream 1 hick iiml Pure Butter Fresh or Salted as preferred minllt;. ufUm In it. Buttermilk OriKi-- rcceivcil ami picxlnrts -DCIIVITI-I nt BEDHORDISTATION B Y FARH, Telephone 2^1-j Mt Klsco a!to>t Doyle Brothers, Katonab, Telephone 31-y-2 A..L. BANKS SON. rtront .KUco^. Orilcrb MiotiM lie ri'Cc ivf.l the itchier j J 1 - Ik-*, el '!'> before- Alfred Turner and sister, of Somers Center, were guests last Sunday at MapTe Hill Farm. Last Sunday was Masonic day at the Universallst church as Rev. E A. Read had invited the Masonic Fraternity of Ridgefleld and the Order of the East­ ern Star for four consecutive years and they responded with a goodly number, fifty being present, and with the usual congregation the church was nicely tilled. Mr. Read took for his text, ' Friendship, Love and Truth,\ and he handled his subject, In his usual pleasing manner. Miss Marjorie Smith sang a solo accompanied by the choir, and Mrs. Anna Godfrey aud Mrs. Jas. Fisher sang a duet that was well ren­ dered. Altogether it was a very en­ joyable service and wo trust it will continue to be a yearly affair Several drove up from Lake Waccabuc, In- iludlngMr. and Mrs Henry E. Johns aud daughter aud several friends E. A Read, E. P Finch, John T. liunt, Jr., and W R. Fluch drove to Kidgefield last Monday and paid a visit, to Jerusalem lodge, F. aud A. M. Ark lodge, of Georgetown, worked the tliird degree in a satisfactory manner, after which refreshments were served by the ladies of the Eastern Star. Al­ together it was a pleasant evening, The Dorcas met on Wednesday af­ ternoon with Mrs. S B. Quick. Ohas. T.Hunt's Silver Plato Shows with trained dogs and ponies will be here Saturday, June 20, on Green's lot. Katonah. Children's Day will be observed at tlie Universallst church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. There will be he special music and the usual recita- tiunB by the children. We trust it will be a pleasant day and that there will be a large attendance. LKADBES in tho line of Dry Goods. -Kennedy & VanTassell, Katonah Mr. and Mrs 0 W Nichols and fam­ ily are at Salemhouee for the summer. Invitations arc out for the marriage \f MISB Marjorie Bacon and C.. W \ -• will NAARDEN FARM SOUTH SALEM N. Y. SHORTHORNS THE FARMER'S COW THE FAMILY COW MILK AND BEEF SIZE AND CONSTITUTION BULL CALVES at 8 Weeks Old...$25 Write for Circular HAY THE HORSE AND HOUND SOUTH SALEM N Y MISS BARKER LUNCHEON AND TEA HORSES STOOD IN GASOLENE & MOTOR REPAIRS Trlrplionr Kidsclidd. Conn, Plea*.- •erd'er meals as long in advance ble as possible OLD FURNITURE SHOP SOUTH SALEM, N Y. Only Old Furniture Sold No reproductions ol any kind Only One Price Everything u marked at reasonable price and sold that only for thVsubjeet in a masterly manner. He | tious for commuters. BLACKSMITH SHOP B. H TURNER SOUTH SALEM. N. Y. Best Shoeing at Lowest Priees CENTRAL REPAIRS

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