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G. SCHIRMER, 35 Union 3quare,NewYork MUSIC PUBLISHERS Selections from Favorite Operas FOR THE PIANO A series of forty-three ar­ rangements of the best- known standard operas (oth­ ers to follow) published in small quarto, each number about fifty pages. In each case these selections represent a condensed edition of the Piano Score rather than mere­ ly a selection. The arrange­ ments are ©uly MODERATELY DIFFICULT PRICE, 50 Cents net, each in Paper. In Cloth Binding, (three numbers In one), $2.50. List of the Operas: Carmen, Faust, Romeo and Juliet, Tannhauser, Lohengrin, Tristan and Isolde, Aida, Rigoletto, Trovatore, Traviata, Bar­ ber of Seville, Lucia, Mar­ tha, Don Juan, Hugue­ nots, Cavalleria, Mignon, Bohemian Girl, Sonnam- bula, Freischutz, Figaro, Fidelio, Norma, Magic Flute, Flying Dutchman, Tell, Orphee, Gioconda, Parsifal, Mastersingers, Rheingold, Waikure, Sieg­ fried, Gotterdammerung, Flederrriau *7~ Queen • of Sheba, Balio ih< Masche- ra, Fra Diavolo, Puritan I, Les Contes, d'Hoffmann, L'Africaine, Otello. I I 14 I l\. I I II * I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I j **+ Che Real estate market HIHUH'ttHlttl 1 I 11 III I I »\t \HI *i I'M 111 *** I 1111 I 11 »»• REAL ESTATE DEEDS AND MORTGAGES DEEDS. NEW CASTLE. MATTHEWS. Mary J , t o Hugh Douglas ss Chappaqua road adj Gill 100 .MOORE, Josephine H , to James E. Towner 2 Sec. E. Moore . . 1 YORKTOWN. Wanted for Sale to Rent HORTON, Leah, Decatur E. S. Welde 20 a .. Ex. of to Jay R Lex Ave. adj .3000 LEWISBORO. WHITTAKER, Edmund and ors to Ruth J Lancaster Es high­ way adj Smith 16 a . . 6600 NORTH SALEM IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF' the HON. FRANK V. MILLARD, Sur* rogate of the County of Westchestejg,;?; notice is hereby given to all 'persona; having claims against GUIJAN^'Cfji, FAGAN, late of the County of West­ chester, deceased,, to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to we, subscriber at her place of transact; ing business, the office of SIDNEY' H. STUART, Number 29 Broadway}, in the City of New York, Borough' of Manhattan, on or before the—81it- day of October next. Dated New York the 20th day of April, 1909. EDYTHE M. FAGAN, Executrix. SIDNEY H. STUART, Attorney for Excutrlx, 29 Broadway, New\ York City,N.Y. TO RENT:— '/ 2 Dwelling house sit­ uated on the Terrace Road (for- mery the Kellogfj house) Inquire MRS. ABRAHAM BEDELL, j,-. Katonah. FOR SALE or TO RENT:— Seven- room house with barn, store house and out buildings Good water, fruit and shade trees. 1 acre land IRA WESCOTT, Somers, Westchester Co., N. Y PURDY, IsaaG to Antonio Sino- nelli ws rd adj Russell, McCoy and Totten Purdy's* Station MORTGAGES. LEWISBORO. MCKINNEY, Nathan B and ors to Davis Martin adj Bouton & Scofield 10 a . . 1822 Our Lines are ready at all times for your in­ spection. FURNITURE Second Floor devoted to display of stock. We do all branches Upholstering. of Upholstering Materials Shades and Shading. Carpets and Rugs. Linoleums, Plain, Inlaid,* Printed. Wall Papers and Room Mouldings. We do Picture Framing. Mrs Abraham Bedell expects to put in the market her modern 9-room duelling house on Bedford Road near the Katonah school house The prop­ erty is on a plot 50 X 400 feet in extent and a barn and outbuildings are included with it. The location is one of the most desirable In the residence section of Katonah. That the New York Central will not be permitted to close its 183d street station on the Harlem division was decided by the Public Service Com­ mission at a recent meeting when it adopted unanimously the opinion of Commissioner Eustls, who heard the pleas and denied the application of the company. Eustis accused the Central of hav­ ing done everything it could to drive passengers away from that station to pave the way for asking permission to close it. He said that to keep the station open will add to the value of business property in the vicinity and to permit the station to be clos­ ed would strike a blow at land val ues. GRASS AT AUCTION N. H. VORIS Auctioneer WILL SELL for the undersigned on TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1909, 2 o'clock, p. m., all the GRASS standing on the former Asa Adams farm, situateS about 1 mile South of Somers Centre, near tne Mt. Zion .Church. Will be sold in lots to suit purchaser. TERMS: 60 days credit on approved notes. . I DOYLE BROTHERS. ROOFINGS OF ALL KINDS CHEAP. 1 give from 10 to 20 percent dis­ count from cegular prices. Send for samples and particulars to . J. WILEY, JR., PEEKSKILL.N. Y The total number of horses In the country is lO.U'.CCOO. and at $93.40 per head the4r value is $1,807,000,000. SUlmmllk will be found to be an es- celleut eleauer of painted furniture and floors. If a little sour It will work the better. The unreliable horse and the. Ill man nered boy or girl are the direct result of the same condition—namely, neglect and lack of proper training In the first two or three years. Andrew Miller, of the Lire Pub­ lishing Company, has sold his shore .—petty, at Rye Neck/^Gongigtfag -of six acres, to Samuel SamueJ, of New York City, who is now occupying the premises. This • property 'is part of the old Taylor homestead. It was built and occupied by Alexander Tay­ lor, afterward becoming the home of Horace Craighead. W B. Van Houten, of the Van Houten & Ten Broeck Co , 214 E 23 St . N. y . moved with his family in­ to the Fagan house at Katonah. on Tuesday. Agent T. J Doyle reports many in­ quiries for residential properties in this vicinity Ground was broken last week for C J F Decker's new house and., .ga­ rage just South pf the residence of C A Juengst, at Croton Falls. The plans call for a handsome res­ idence of colonial design, with all the modern improvements Mr. C. A Ganung, of Brewster, is the build­ er and Geo. YV Scofield has the con­ tract for the painting It is to be ready for occupancy Dec 1st. Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Harvey Green and his daughter* re­ turned on Tuesday from a trip to the Thousand Islands. Green and other county officials attended the Superintendents of the Poor Conven­ tion of the State of New York Su­ perintendent Lawrence, Supervisor Merritt and Mrs Frank Russell were of the party Write or Telephone lor Estimates. We are at your service. Hoyt Brothers Co. Katonah. The Annual School Meeting NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ANNUAL MEETING of the In­ habitants of Katonah Union Free School District No. 10, Town of Bed­ ford, will be held on TUESDAY even­ ing, AUGUST 3, 1909, in the Assem­ bly room of the School building, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of con­ sidering and adopting the budget for the coming school year; to elect a member of the Board of Education in place of Mr. R\ D. Knapp; to hear the reports of the Board and to tran­ sact any other business that may come before the meeting. The budget for the coming year to be voted on at the Annual School Meeting is as follows: Teachers' wages $7075.00 Paying off bond 1000.00 Interest on bonds 1200.00 Janitor and Truan* Officer .. 624.00 Apparatus and Library .. .. 250.00 Clerk and Census Officer .. . 75.00 Water 50.00 Current for Dynamo 100.00 Village Library 100.00 Repairs 100.00 Coal 500.00 eating 350.00 iscellaneous 406.00 The most favorabTe timelor pruning the orchard is just before the heavy leafage comes out, when the tree is making a rapid growth and when any scars made will heal most quickly. FOR SALE:— House\ and lot. New house of nine rooms cellar and at­ tic. 1 mile from Mt. Kisco station. Level lot 150 ft. front by 230 ft deep. House is steam heated and has water in kitchen Price $4000 $3000 will be left on Bond and and Mortgage. D.B. TIMES OFFICE FOR RENT: — In the Benedict Build­ ing, suite of rooms. Hot water heat­ ing and all modern Improvements. Inquire BENEDICT BROS. STORE NOTICE OF MEETING. The Annual Meeting of the stock­ holders of Peppeneghek reservation in the Town of Lewlsboro, Westches­ ter County, will take place on July bid, 1909, at 6 o'clock in the after­ noon Dr-.ted June 12th, 1909. Alexander R. Piper, President Bring your shoes to Arnold's shoe store and have them mended while you wait. At ord was built bjS&pfiiM * Ger­ many . in •• '17»K !|Jb$ ing/has been almoisjl^ijitia'-ajllef.1 During the past year 400,000 rubber trees have been planted on the Ha­ waiian Islands, where the conditions of moisture and warmth give promise of being ideal for their growth and de­ velopment. Hot vinegar Is said to be a very ef­ fective means for removing paint spots from window glass. Any housed wife who has tried to do this Job in the ordinary way may find this recipe an improvement. June 8, 1909. The trustees of this Bank have declared in­ terest at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum on all sums from $5 to $3, 000 entitled thereto on June 30, 1909, payable on and after July 21,1909. Deposits made on or be­ fore July 12, will draw Interest from July 1st. The Home Savings Bank DAVID CROMWELL, President +4AMjfcT0N7 - - Secretary.' The Vinton Special Security Stable Blanket Has PADS in the Lining Stays Straight on the Horse Most Comfortable, Conven­ ient and Durable. Used and Approved by Vetermaries Sold by llarnes* Makers atul Dealers Hade in All dradM Artesian Wells Water Wells Drilled Through Earth and Rock. Surburoau \Water \Works Installed. Surface Water Guaranteed to be closed out. All Kinds of I'umpinp Machinery Furnished at Reasonable Prices Estimates Cheerfully<Gi\en P.F.BEAL, Brewster,N.Y. HR.F-W. ANbREWS Veterinarian MOUNT KISCO, - N.Y. Residence next to Methodist Church ' - 201 W, Mt. Kisco FIRE INSURANCE In leading companies Surety Bonds Furnished NEW SHAPES for the man who wishes to keep thoroughly up to date. All the old favorite models still to be found. Through­ out our entire stock of MEN'S SHOES the three unvarying attrac­ tions are good style, abso­ lute comfort and durability. E. A. ARNOLD KATONAH N. Y. Tel. Connection Contracting In A.I Branch*! CONTRACTOR, Mount Vernon, N.Y. Macadamized Roads Specialty. MONEY TO LOAN or money invested for those desiring it at 6 per cent on gilt edged first mortgages. Josepb €.merriam Comwlor-at-Eaw Mount Kisco and Pleasantville Agricultural pursuits may be count­ ed upon to furnish a comfortable and generous-living for a family.on a lim­ ited number of acres, but there is little or no place In them for the man who is constitutionally iazy and shiftless. He would better take refuge in dry goods boxes and politic* * DAVID W. CORNELL JREAL ESTATE BROKER Tel. m L. Chappaqua, N. Y. There is no product of any of the island territory of the United States that has had a more phenorunnai in­ crease in output than the pineapple of Hawaii. Six .years ago, when definite stops were first taken* to develop the industry, the exports of pineapple products were but 3,000 cases. Last year the exports totaled 400,000 cases, or 0,000,000 cans. Some^ one fond of figures has esti­ mated that an English sparrow will oat a quarter of an ounce of weed seeds a day and that if there wore ten sparrows to the square mile the amount of weed seeds which would be consumed in the course of a year in a state the size of Iowa, 50,025 square miles, would be 1,641 tons. It is barely possible that this much maligned bird has a place in the economy of nature after all. TOTAL $ 11,830.00 Less Public Money 830.00 Total to be raised .... $11,000.00 R. D! KNAPP, Pres. of Board. Geo. Attride, Clerk of Board. In a larger degree than almost any other substance milk is susceptible to contamination by a filthy environment On this account the stable in which tho cows arc kept, the food which* they eat, the.palls and separator or cans In which the milk is handled and- the room In which It Is stored should be kept as sweet and clean as possible. The highest grade of cream and buttei^ product is secured when the utmost attention is paid to this one matter of cleanliness. A phenomenon that is said to have been witnessdh bnt once before within the memory of people living: near Nia­ gara falls was the sight of the falls without water flowing over them, doe to the fact that ice from Lake Brie had completely blocked the*river above the fallsi In places the Ice was piled to the depth of sixty feet, the Jam being finally dislodged by the use of large quantities of dynamite. The damage to property along the river from this miniature * gtacler-is placed at $1,000,000. _ r • IJf|E wont be satisfied IMuntil we hear from you! We want to list your property, whether it is a large country seat, farm or village cottage. Also furnished or unfur­ nished properties for the season. - - (Don't wait, tell ue what you have.) Trie JVIt. Kteeo National Bank ffloupt fCtaeoj f <a T* T. ELWOOD CARPENTER.President F. M. CARPENTER. .Vice-President WILLIAM H. MOORE Cashier ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. OFFICE HOURS, 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. 8A1UKDATS ,9 A.M. tol2 M. •o«oao»oaoaoaoaoBo«oBoao»- LEWISH. MILLER • Real Estate 5 Fire - - \ And Life Insurance, KATONAH, —o— N. Y. » 1 Bend Description of Your • Property \For Sale\ or • \To-Rent.\ \ j oaoaoaoaoaoaoaoafcaoaoaoeoa EDWARD PERCY BARRETT, ATTORNEY and - - - COUNSELOR AT LAW, KATONAH. N.Y. ***** * H4 ******* 111III It 11 | 6eorge Tlewellin ! PRACTICAL ', ', PAINTER AND DECORATOR ! KATOMAH, N . Y. ! Telephone, 59-j ! M Ml It HI »M MM WM. H. FOWLER, Carpenter ^-Builder... Jobbing and Repairing Promptly Attended to RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION, LANDSCAPE, ESTATE IMPROVEMENT, SEWERS. * v Brick Paving;, Concrete and Stonr CONSTRUCTION. BIG SALE TALKING MACHINES. * RECORD* CABINETS * HORNS * NEEDLES » REPAIRS FOR ALL MACH1NE8 *\ Don't Forget WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Westchester 4. Putnam Counties for 1900 WASHfNG MACHINES _AND WRINGERS. * VICTOR TALKING MACHINES * « COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES -* Finest Stock of COLORED SOUVENIR PO8T CARDS at 1 cent each. Offloeatthehead of Parkway. Katonah, N.Y. Asbury Elliott KATOflAH -*- -*- LIVERY I AND BOARDING STABLE OPEN SUNOA rs, PRICES REASONABLE Telephone No. I0-T-I. KATOKAH W. Y. IVM. MOOBB [ AUCTIONEER NOTARY PUBLIC Farms and other property for sale and rent WANTS FARMS TO 8ELL Writes Wills, Deeds, Mortage), e )c, it. CROSS RIVER, N. Y aoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa* N. H. VORIS, | Qentral luctioneer, Rill Estate Agiiit, and Land Appraiser. Northern Westchester and South­ ern Putnam Counties Farms a I ' specialty. All business promptly j i and carefully attended to. 60LDENS IRIDQE, N. Y. aoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoi STORE OPEN DAILY FROM 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. C L A R K ' S MUSIC STORE Opposite Fire Department, KATONAH pfMHWfrTH w *** WMWy *' w ' >f>oc ^ On and after April 1, when in need of anything for the Stable, go to pOLLERHAN Harness, Saddles, Whips Blankets, and every­ thing wanted in a First-Class Stable. Temporary Stand in Doyle Bros. New Barn. oooooooooooocx)oooooooooooo D R. F. H. WILLIAMS. DENTIST Office and Residence-Bedford Road. Mondays, KATONAH Wednesdays, and Fridays. MOUNT KISCO On Tuesdays and Saturdays. Gas and local anesthetics used extracting. \ 'TIs better To Make An Appointment.\ Thursdays for Get all iU local mm while it 1$ »w$ by fi<ttiig theKatotafttlaut

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