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The Katonah times. (Katonah, N.Y.) 1878-1911, September 10, 1909, Image 7

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grotott Talis Mr. Fred Smith and Mr. Edward Os- trander are on their vacation They will visit Albany and Schen­ ectady. Miss Louisa Butler, who has been spending a month with relatives, baa returned to her home In New York. Miss Rebecca Denlng Is spending a few days this week in Brewster Mrs Mary McCollum is much improv­ ed jn health and is enjoying the change of air and surroundings at Mrs Frank McCollum's Mr. Ray Smith, who married Mrs May Stockton, both formerly of this village, is expecting to bring his family to Somers, where they will occupy one of Mr Thomas Crane's houses, formerly owned by Miss Ruth Tompkins. Mr and Mrs Augustus Juengst have returned from Liberty, where they went last Friday by automobile Mr Asa Adams has removed the high hedge which separated his grounds from those of the UapUst •Church. Sc'iool No. 1 opens on .Monday, the Utli Mr S A Peter.-., who was SIK h a popular and efficient prin­ cipal last year, is < \pi eted to n*- tuni Th\ Ipcluri' given at the IlaptUt Church on Tuesday evening by Miss Urchin was very interesting and those who hoard it deplored the fact thai, there was not a larger audience A couple of Mormon missionaries paid a visit to our vilhige and left be­ hind them some of their tracts The literature makes very plausible reading and not a word is men­ tioned concerning polygamy The Carmel ball team beat the Cro- tons last Saturday by a score of 7 to 0. On Labor Day we played two games on the home field with the Otis Elevator team from Yon- kers and won both of them. Purdy's Station Our public school opened Tuesday with a fair attendance ,Misses Pauline Dann, Gertrude Smith and Catherine Culyer and Edward Mezger from here are. attending school at Katonah this year. Also Misses Mary Westcott, Ida Purdy, and Wetheral Palmer and Horace Paulson from Somers. Mr Arthur Knapp was at home over Sabbath but has returned to Phila­ delphia where he has been work­ ing for several weeks in the interest of the Davis Baking Powder Co. Mr. F. D. Brown was welcomed at home for a short visit last week. Miss Maud Dann Is visiting friends in Danbury. A number from this place attended the Carmel Fair last week and were well pleased. Mr. Earl Hawks was severely injur­ ed at the Hemlock Dam where he wait working last Friday. In try­ ing to save his boss from Injury from a falling box connected with J 4 hoisting apparatus, his clothing caught in the machine and he *^a|^J^dr»wn In. His right leg was serereTy lacerated at the knee be­ fore the engine could be stopped. Several stitches had to be taken in his leg and he is reported as do­ ing well. His many friends here hope for his speedy recovery Announcement—Ford Automobiles We beg to announce that we are now in a position to fill orders Im­ mediately for Touring cars, Road­ sters, Tourabouts or Tovj All orders received now w led at once with 1910 moi der one and you will havell/he ex­ act duplicate of the car that won the famous New York to Seattle race Catalog and demonstrtlon Hoffman's Garage, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. Bedford Station The Epworth League will be enter­ tained next Tuesday by Mis3 Ed­ na Adams at her residence. Mrs W. J. O'Nell, of New York, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sidney Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. H. Harris, who have been spending the Summer at their cottage on the Reformatory Road, returned on Monday to their home in New York. Miss R. F Beattie, of New York, is spending her vacation with Mrs Hugh Birch Mr A. J McCormack, foreman for Mr A G Nelson, spent Sunday and Monday In town Miss Margaret Mays, of Hartford, is visiting her brother, Mr Ed. Mays Mr W H Howe and family returned on Friday from Dark Harbor, Me Harry \Happy\ Brooks was taken suddenly ill at the base ball game at Mt Kisco on Labor Day and was taken to his home After resting for a few days, ho is now about again Mr end Mrs Henry Marquand are at Newport, it I, for two weeks 1'ruffeasor II M Howe n turned on Saturday from (lardenier. Mass wh\ re lie sta v ed a v> eeU M'ss Florence Cooper is visiting In New Jersey Mrs II A Sa»l> B and daughter, MUs Marie, returned on Monday from Brewster Miss Florence Holmes returned on Tuesday from Asbury Park where she had been spending two weeks. Mr Frank O'Brien is spending a two weeks vacation at Atlantic City Mioses Edna and Bessie Schutz. of New Rochelle. were the guests of Mrs \V. II Ri ynokls- over Labor Day Miss Eleanor Cuff, of Brewster and Miss Mary Ryan, of Somers, spent Saturday and Sunday as the guests of Miss Margaret Powers Mrs B J Monahan and children re­ turned on Saturday from Walling- ford, Conn., were thoy had been for the past five weeks Mr and Mrs. A. G Nelson returned to spend Labor Day in town Mr Nelson went back to Shelter Is­ land on Tuesday. Mr. Henry Schlesser, of New York, spent Sunday and Monday with his mother, Mrs Dorothy Schlesser. About 7 30 Tuesday evening a colored inmate of the Reformatory escaped and after donning a pair of over alls which she had procured, strol­ led through the village undetected and apparently walked to Pleasant- vllle where she was captured by one of the policemen on duty there and sent back the next day. 8T. MATTHIAS FAIR DRAWS A LARGE AND HAPPY CROWD. A large crowd attended the fair for the benefit of St. Matthias Church at Fireman's Hall on Wednes­ day and Thursday evenings. There was plenty of amusement for both old and young and besides, the danc­ ing kept everyone In good humor. The Committee in charge of the ar­ rangements deserve great credit for •the success of the affair and for ef­ forts to make everyone feel at home Mrs. Corrigan, in charge of the can­ dy booth (by the way, the candy was art made by Mrs Powers) exhibited saph a sweet charm of manner that Id not take long to dispose of her k. Mrs. Shortell, In charge of fancy booth, managed to attract men and induce them to buy ev­ erything except what they wanted Jim Corrigan had charge of the mys­ terious package booth and no little amusement was afforded when one purchased a package and opening it before the crowd was surprised to it Tel. Company - 115 Tel. W. H. Clark - S3 W. B. CLARK of Hoyt Brothers Company funeral Directors and Licensed €mbalitier$, KATONAH, N. Y. W. H. CLARK, Residence, Bedford Road, Katonah, N.Y. Branch Offices \ J. Smith Clark, Bedford Station Store, DeWItt Benedict, Croton Falls LAMBERT 30. COME AND SEE IT No Gear to Grind out The Safest and Easiest Car to Manage The Nicest and Best Car Built for the Price Model Al 3 passenger20H.P. 95in. Wheelbase $800 30 5 2B 7 28 \ 40 \ 40 \ llOiln. 117in. 106in. 1250 1750 2000 6R€€n BROS. G0ED€H$ BRTDG& see what was In it. Jim certainly is a good barker. He sold out long before closing hour. Then Mrs. Powers and Miss Mar­ garet Powers were In evidence a* far as sociability were concerned and altogether the affair was a grand suc­ cess. Father OFOwley was as buBy as he could be shaking hands with everybody and wishing them a good time which they certainly had. It Is believed that the church will clear about $200 00. LECTURE AND EXHIBITION OF BEDFORD AGASSIZ ASS\N. The Agassiz Association of Bedford announces an exhibition of paintings of the wild flowers of Bedford, by Miss Luquer, to be held at the Bed­ ford Court House, Monday, Septem­ ber 13th Kxhibit opens at 2 p m At 3 30 p ni Mrs. N L. Britton will give a talk on the same wild flowers. Admission free 6olden$ Bridge Mr Chas Quick, of Host on, spent La­ bor Day with his parents. Mr J Hignian, of New York, was tl ( KIKH on Labor Day of Arthur M Knapp Mr Collins and family have moved into th>: ls.iliard uittage There wore a number of family pic­ nics at various points on the lake sOion* on Labor Day Gladys Allen spent Wednesday with Miss Mildred Daniel Quito a few children have gone to Katonah to school Mrs A 13 Whit lock of Warwick, Is visiting relatives in this section Mr Elmer Quick and. family were in town over Labor Day. Mr and Mrs A Odell entertained friends Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs John Hunt and family, of Plea3antvllle, spent, Monday with their parents, Mr and Mrs A K. Silkman. nor!!) Salem The dance at the Battery Farm was largely attended and a fine time en­ joyed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. C. W Nichols entertain­ ed several friends over Labor Day at Salemhome Mr. William Rooney was at his home .-here las', v.ef k. ^ 'Mrs-. Hortense Vail Is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lobdell Miss Edna Lobdell returned to her school duties in California last Mon­ day. We wish her a pleasant trip and n safe arrival Several from this village attended the concert at the Presbyterian Church in South Salpm on last Sat­ urday night and report a very in­ teresting program. Mr. G K Palmer and family return­ ed to their home in Brooklyn on Sunday Messrs H G Ryder and Svh ester Tompkins are drawn on the Coun­ ty lis! au^fhe County Court at Willi'- Pl.niis duiiiii\ tin f—i mber term Mr. D. I\ Vail received another car­ load 'it caws from up Suite last week South Salem The sev'iul schools in this neighbor­ hood otieiii-d with a good attendance on Tuesday Mrs B It Tinner and daughter who have 1» en in Brooklyn for some time ri turned home last Tuesday afternoon Miss Ida ! 130'iton sp< nt . few davs here bi r ore returning to her srnool work in Maspeth Miss Gertrude Bouton. of Elizabeth, who has been spending a time at Mrs. Jacob Webster's, left there on Saturday last. MlM Alathea Banks is spending a few weeks with her aunt, Mrs Is­ aac Halt and visiting other old friends in South Salem. Mr. J. R. Tucker, of East Hartford, left Wednesday of last week, and Mrs. Tucker, who spent the Sum­ mer here, followed the next Mon­ day. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Lawrence, of Van Wert, Ohio, who have been Visiting his mother for two months, started back Thursday, expecting to make short visits on the way Mr. Lawrence returns much Improv­ ed In health. The crowds at the Horse & Hound on Labor Day far exceeded those of any previous day, and were con­ siderably more than could be at­ tended to. The Directors of the Library will hold their semi-annual meeting In the library on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock Patrons are asked to visit the library before that hour on that day (Sept 11th ) The concert given in the Presbyter­ ian Church last Saturday evening was well attended although it is probable, that the unfavorable ap­ pearance of the weather prevented many from out of town attending Those who were there were more than repaid by the fine music Chappaqua Mountain Institute VALHALLA, NEW YORK 40TH YEAR UNDER THE CARE OF FRIENDS Will remove from Chappaqua to its beautiful new buildings at Valhalla, Westchester County, September 1st, 1909 Complete new furnishings and equipment. 130 rooms. 20,000 feet of floor space. Separate departmentsund study halls, with principal for each sex. 30 acres of ground. 10 minutes from station, 500 feet elevation. Gymnasium in main building. Thorough preparation for any college or technical Bchool. A faculty of fourteen ^olfeg6 and normal trained experienced teachers. Commercial and Stenographic course. Our Commercial and Shorthand graduates all have good positions. Separate residence and Home-mother for young children. Kates, f250 to $375 per year according to room and course. New Catalogue out August 15th School opens September 20th. Address, CHAS. R. BLENIS, Director, Valhalla. N. Y. H ! Bedford mm M K Thompson and neiir. Ma rion. of New York have been w-it ing relatives and friends here Annie daughter of Mr Thos O'llrien has gone to Mt Kisco where she will attend the High School The Kinkel quarries are tuning a busy season, 30 tons of quart/, lie- ing shipped every dav Miss Francis Vinton, \v1io has been home for the Summer vacation, re­ turned on Tuesday to respnie her school duties Don't forget that all of our schools open on next Monday Miss Lou­ ise Wales will teach the \Stone' school and Miss May Smith at the ••Cliff- There was an Italian cutting affair in the shanty back of the Hook road last Monday evening. Dr Coopernail took 28 stitches in the victim's breast. The alleged as­ sailant was arrested and brought before Judge Clark who held him for the Grand Jury. O. H. CLARK. TKL. 11«-Y-« CROTON FALLS, N. V. V<i \i A- S. AVERY, TEL. 131 <t\ KATONAH. N. T. ARTHUR S. AVERY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER MODERN EQUIPMENT - COMPETENT SERVICE CROTON FALLS N. Y. Calls may be left day or night at the office or residenc of O. H. CLARK and will receive prompt attention. Would you ^ be well • LOOK FOR OUR NAME ON LABKL KEEP STRONG! Health and Strength are within reach of all who will use HOSTER'S BEER (from Columbus, Ohio). It f is a cool, refreshing, invigorating beverage. Why not Get acquainted through the Mount Kisco Bottling Co. We also sell high-grade NeiO York Been, sum as Zeltner's Old Fashioned Lager, and Doelger's Pilsner and Wurzburger. HQSTERS Light and Wurzburger. W e Manufacture all ^/n</s of Carbonated beverages, such as Mineral Waters, Iron Brew, Celery Tonic, Cham­ pagne Cidei, etc. CET THE BEST MOUNT KISCO BOTTLING CO. MOUNT KISCO BREWSTER Telephone 126-L Telephone 10-W i\M\l\M-»M'*'H\H I ¥ ********** I II MIMfrM 111111 I I IIMltt H, H. PARK M. L. SARLES KATONAH GARAGE AGENTS FOR » Stoddard - Daytons Z Maxwells and Cadillacs FIRST-CLASS CARS RENTED BY THE f.\ HOUR, DAY OR WEEK AT £ RBASONABI/E RATES Full Stock of Accessories Diamond TIRES ARETHEBBST OPEN DAY AND NIGHT^ Telephone 22 JOHN P. PR ON AY TAILOR AND ... Practical FURRIER Established at Katonah.in 1892 (34 Years' Experience. J ^ COVERED AND IVORY RIM f BUTTONS; made by ma- chine in three sizes from * • your,* own material t o match your woolens and dress goods. PINKING MACHINE work done in 3 cuts. Jobbing, Repairing, Plain, French and Dry Cleaning, Pressing in all' its branches, SPECIALIST in remodeling old style Furs iato the latest styles, at much lower prices than any fashionable city furrier. Old Furs taken ia exchange for new. New Furs in stock to order. Will dispose of your old Furs if so desired Furs taken in storage for the summer season, and insured against moths and fire. Old Furs dyed over are greatlj improved Will pay good prices foi wild raw furs in their season. Work- manship the best, much better than elsewhere. Prices reasonable and the lowest pos­ sible. Try a small order and be con­ vinced that at our workrooms only the best Tailor and Furrier work is done. Vorktown Bei.Ms Hon. WUlls S. Paine has had erected a handsome bronze drinking foun­ tain at the end of the Park in front of the post office. In com­ pany with his wife, he Is spending a month at the Homestead NUes Mekeel has sold a Ford car to James Moseman. He also sold one to Dr, J. H. Jenkin last, week,, George Hoffman has his new barber shop about completed The Anniversary exercises of the Yorktown Bible Association will be held at the Friends Church Sun­ day afternoon at ?, o'clock. The base ball team beat a nine from Peekskill two games on Labor Day. The Bradleys won from Yorktowo. Heights last wi-ek Many residents of Yorktown Heights attended the OutinRs and Clam Rakes hold at AUtwns Corners and at Lake Mohegan 011 Labor Day. The school rooms were crowded at the opening of the term on Tues­ day, 45 scholars being in one room presided over by Mi.-is Stransber- I ry. Mr Hill is principal Four plumbers met the School Trus- ! too and Building Committee Wed­ nesday afternoon to submit bids for heating the ( ntire si boo] IIOUT' with hot water OBITUARY. JACOB W. BENNETT Died — at his homo near Lake Mn. hansic, aged .V years, 011 Friday af­ ternoon. Sept 3rd. Jacob W Bonn^U. Funeral services were held at th\> house Tuesday at 1 o'clock Burial at Amawalk. ' A son nearly 21 years of age and a widow BuviiU' him CDappaqua OBITUARY. MRS. HOWARD WASHBURN The funeral of Mrs Howard Wash­ burn, who died at, her home here on. Saturday last, after a lingering ill­ ness, was held, according to the Friends service, on Monday, a num­ erous company of relatives and friends attending Among those who spoke were Mary Travllla, of Philadelphia, Charles Rob­ inson, for many years Superintendent of the Chappaqua Mt. Institute, Rob­ ert Barnes, Richard Burtsell and Samuel WUletts. of King Street. There was singing by Mr Burroughs, one of the b.ymns chosen being \Near er my God to Thee\. After the affecting tributes of the friends of the departed, the funeral procession moved to the Friends Bu­ rying ground on Quaker Street where Mrs. Joshua Reynolds, mother-In law of the deceased, made a prayer. Among those who attended the fu­ neral were Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Clen- dennln. Miss Francis Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Arnold., of Katonah, and. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Smith. Mrs. Washburn before her marri­ age was Miss Blanche Mekeel, of Pleasantville, and had many warm friends throughout this section of the county. Dr. flfocrt n. Cower « « Ueteriitarian* Office at Residence of F. H. Lent KATONAH, . . N. V. Tel. l-y-3 1869 1909 Adams' Department Store Closing Out Prices on all Summer Goods, in­ cluding Women's Wearing Apparel, Silver and Fancy Articles. Fertilizers and Grass Seeds for Fall. We have a car of Mapes' Special Fertilizer for use in seeding and sewing broadcast on grass ground. Our Field Seeds are the highest grade and very reasonable in price. Paints, Oils and Varntehes Devoe Lead and Zinc and Chilton's Superior Ready Mixed Paints are the best and go the farthest. We also have in stock Atlantic White Lead, Pure Oil and Turpentine at bottom prices. All size window glass and a full line of Painters' Supplies. TEA AND COFFEE Do you like good Tea and Coffee ? If you do try ours. We have purchased from the same firm for the past forty years. The quality is the high­ est and always uniform. Coffee at 25 cents and Tea at 50 cents per pound are trade winners. W. B. ADAMS & SON Bedford Station New York

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