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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8,1948 PAGE SEVEN »OEPftLOOKfl by Ham Fisher HE WN'T FKLM' H30 6000. WELLjLET (KENYA NEED ANNUODER /A UP, ·PEANUTS'? FRIENDS A HIS ME86E XA BcTTER TAKE'IM HOME. rEAWJTS CARE OF OUR LAST ORDER WAS 7H'CONTAINER Long-Range Plans Recommended For Ontario County Agriculture Additional long ranne planning I specialized br.sis will) a few grow- Classified Advertising must be received in the office of The Daily Messenger before 3:00 P- m. to insure publication next day. Stop orders must be received by 5 p. m. Credit will not be allowed for errors in advertisements unless reported before 10 a. m. on the day fallowing first publication. Identity of advertisers using box numbers for "blind ad" replies cannot be revealed. Please do not ask for this information. Advertisers will be required to pay postage when necessary to forward any '"Tind ad" replies by mail. The right is reserved to edit or reject any advertising copy. RATES-- 15c per line charged, 12c per line cash or if paid within 10 days after first insertion. 3 consecutive insertions, 13c per line charged, lOc per line cash. Other long term' rates on request. Phone 897 __ for Ad Taker ANNOUNCEMENT* tpielal Notice l NOTICE--Carlton M. Hatch, 227 West avenue, Canandaigua, having passed the state examination for real estate broker's license, is no longer in my employ as real estate salesman. Dated January 5, 1948. Arthur L. Young Realty Company, 31 S. Main St., Canandaigua. ' . 60-7 WANTED--Room and board for baby. Write in full detail Box F-4 or phone 375-W. x72-8 WANTED--Ride to Canandaigua irom Hecker's Cider Mill about 8:30 a. m. Phone 1149-W. x!7-7lf WANTED--Washings only. Specialty for uniforms and ruffled curtains. Phone 1294-J. x!7-12 TRACTORS, trucks, automobiles repaired. McMann's Garage, Bliss road, R. F. D. 5, Canandaigua. FOR PROMPT, efficient ash and refuse service call 216-J or C. Reese. SI Chapin St. 13-32 SALE of NEW AND USED HOUSE TRAILERS 1-3 Down Balance Like Rent Mobile (Aluminum) $1450 23' Walco $2250 19' Zimmer $1795 A l u m i n u m 27' Zimmer 4 pass. _$2595 27' Zimmer 6 pass. $2695 27' Travelmaster --$3495 28' Walco 6 wheel _ with twin beds Used Sparton Fully.Insulated OPEN EVERY DAY UNTIL 9 P. M. R Y E R S O N TRAILER SALES . Main St. . . . and . . . 451 E. Lake Road Business Opportunities 10 RESTAURANT, "Yellow M i l l s Diner" 1 mile west of Palmyra, Route 31, all fixtures and equipment, electric water pump, new Deleo oil burner, chrome chairs and tables, seats 51, Magic Chef stove, two large refrigerators, etc. Possession at once. Arthur L. j Young Realty Company, 31 South j Main street, Canandaigua. Phone j 500. Successor to Ray W. Johnson Real Estate Company. 60-6 Automobiles For Sale II Articles For Sale Highest Prices Paid on the Spot OFFICE SUPPLIES -- W e now lihve in stock 4 drawer steel letter files, also .steel card files all sizes. The CORNER BOOK Store. :" ' 81-6 i?|New Dental Program Started in Clifton USED CARS BUSINESS BLOCK in small village with upstairs apartment. Individual gas heaters, gas water heaters, bath, eiectric fixtures and wiring (new). Possession at once. A. W. White 25 Ontario St. Phonfi 1SS ! LEATHER GOODS--'i off. Bill! folds, writing cases, toilet cases, I and many others. Tlie CORNER i BOOK Store. 31-6 DUNCAN GLASS 35 66 95 pc. CLIFTON SPRINGS--The Central school Parent-Teachers association has undertaken a dental hygiene program in the primary grades, according to association president. Harry Babcock, instructor of physical education. The association has assumed cost of providing a dental hygienist io clean and chart the teeth of children in Help Wanted II FOR SALE--1940 Pontiac 8 cyl. 2 door, excellent condition. Private- I ly owned. 211 Davidson Ave. ! j Phone 512-R. x72-S . | FOR SALE--1945"Army Jcep7"l7," | I \° U , 1 ^,. I 1 1 unit milp; nnp nwncr. Excellent ! ·*·" '»Si.j t, dinner sets. Ecko, Mlrro-Malu - bolh sections of each o f the first Presto pressure cookers. Gift China Shop, PECK'S Snd floor. 37-11 ,. · ^ medium sized. WANTED--Punch press operators --modern plant, pleasant working conditions. Apply Personnel office,- Velo-King, Inc. 10 Chapin St. Canandaigua. 74-11 Female Help Wanted I? WANTED--Dishwasher also waitress. Inquire at Miller's Diner, 207 So. Main St. 61-7 EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER wanted in Geneva by business couple with 12 year child, live in.. Modern home, all conveniences, no laundry, time- off, two weeks vacation with pay, use of car. ,"i25 per week. References. Write box D-4, c/o Messenger Office. 47-11 Male Help Wanted 13 WANTED--Married man to work on farm by the year. W. H. Winne, Centerfield Rd., Canandaigua. Phone 1140-M. 78-8 MANAGER for local tire store, must have sales experience, guaranteed wage plus profit sharing. A good job for a responsible man. Apply in person Main St., Canandaigua. C5-10 WANTED--Man for permanent responsible position in local tire store. Must have previous sales or business experience. Tire knowledge preferred, but not essential. Good starting salary and bonus. Apply at Dunlop Tire Store 29 So. Main St. 14-11 YOUNG MAN to learn the grocery business, real opportunity. Apply in person at Market Basket Super Market. 33-11 Wanted 13-A WANTED--Ride to Kodak Park, hours 8 to 4:30. Call 285-W. 68-7 CANTED--Sewing to do at home. Phone 95S-J, 48 Parrish St. upstairs. X26-13 WANTED--Ride to Rochester in vicinity of Kodak Park, hours S 'til 5. 82 Bcal St. x-13-11 Situations Wanted -16 WATER WELLS--For more experience, better equipment and jess cost, call or write Barney A. Mnravec, Penn Yan, Tellephone 390. 48-61tf CHAIR SAGGING? Divan Humpy? We can restore furniture to its original comfort Right in your home. Work guaranteed. Divan $18.50, chair, $8.75. Phone your lurniture problems to Sharkey furniture repair, Cdga. 97. 70-63tf WANTED--Hay and straw. Buy- tap ' all grades at top market prices. W. J. Kipp, 18 Niagara St. Phone 137. 47-61tf Lost and Found LOST--Black cat. with white markings. Reward, dead or alive. 699 So Main street. Phone 543-J. X32-11 LOST--Wedding ring--Tues. Dec. 30. Initials C. W. to M. C. 7-21-17. Please return to 279 Gorham St. 80-7 Foods APPLES for eating and cooking, our own pasteurized -fruit juices, eggs, potatoes. Will deliver. Phone 1195-R. Hecker Cider Mill. 56-10tf WANTED -- Farm to work on shares. Have own lools. W a l l e r Randolph. Middlesex. X712-S FIREMAN and maintenance man. 58-11 UOU miles, one owner. Excellent j condition. Reasonable for cash.j a °^ e - __ rhone Holcomb 342-B. x43-14 HEAV y' cocoa mats, something that has riot been on the market for years. We have them at the ELLIS Hdw. 54-12 Highest Cash I'rlceg for U S E D C A R S Carter Phillips Motors, Incorporated Phone 290 two grades. Miss Roberta Skinner, dental hygienist in the office of Dr. Harry Kettell, Clifton Springs, is doing the prophylactic work, and the lecture work and instruction in the daily care of teeth and introduction of dental hygiene program to the primary children is being done bv Mrs. George Wolfe, Jr. for various crop and livestock enterprises is rccogni/.cd as one of the po.st-war needs in Ontario county, according to the annual report of Glenn D. Nice, county agricultural agent. "Certainly farm people are asking for more personal help in the fields of agricultural engineering, building, remodeling, ventilation and soil drainage". Nice states. "Dairy, poultry and f r u i t t o u r s arc now very popular in the carrying out f our program", he points ! u u i . "ami d u i i n g lii«_- \ciii liic office worked w i t h OK- Gcncvn experiment station in an effort to find a sound spray and dust program for control of tomato blight". County-wide production meetings were held for all major cash, ·crops, f r u i t and livestock projects and the seed potato treating pool was again conducted by the Rockefeller bi others in Phelps. Dry Beans Looking ahead Nice predicts t h a i the dry bean yield, one of the county's most important crops, will hold its 15 per cent increase over 19-17, due to expected strong export demands. Cabbage is expected io return to a normal planting of 4,000 acres hinging on favorable weather conditions. The 50 per cent drop in acreage last year is credited to a late season and a short supply of plants. A long dry season toward the end of the growing season also contributed to the light harvest, the report re- veais. Beets and Carrots Beets and carrots may fall short of normal production again this year due to a scarcity of high nitrogen fertilizers. Last year's pro- FEED the --wild birds, while tht.' snow is on the ground. We have the mixed seed in 5 Ib. packages Namara was at the ELLIS Hdw. 54-12 Rochester bv CALLED BY DEATH NAPLES--Mrs. Barbara Mc- " SINGLE SHOT, tubular, and clip and ^CCeSSOrieS 19 i 22 cal. rifles are now here at the ' ELLIS Hdw. Sporting Goods. 54-12 recently called to the death of her » ^ crs producing large yields. Liberal applications of DDT are being used j extensively. ! Fruit Good j Fruit will continue to hold its own, Nice says, as larger producers have realized the necessity of efficient production to continue in business over a period of years. Premiums for top quality fruit have been emphasized in recent periods. Dairy Cattle i Dairy cattle are steadily increasing in the county Nice states, a:-: soils are well suited to growing alfalfa and legume hay. Small grain yields in general are good. Milk production is expected to fall off during the early months of this year due to a poor quality of roughage and a decrease in the rate of grain feeding per cow. Extremely high feed prices will force some poultry producers out of the business. The egg-feed ratio has been unfavorable during the past six months and indications are that poultry numbers will be reduced Nice says. Sheep Disappearing The sheep business is gradually t;oii!^ out o f - t h e county due to the competition of other farm enterprises tending to be more profitable the report states. Sheep still have a place on many farms not well adapted to other types of farming. It is expected in 194S that most men will sell their wool through the county wool growers cooperative, due 10 its success in the past. Grain Outlook It is expected that the acreage of oats, barley and grain corn will be unusually large in 1948. These ! purchased feeds high in cost. Mechanical corn pickers arc 'be- x coming more plentiful and grain. .. corn acreage lias increased stead-; ily in recent years. Hay still co^- tinues to be a good cash crop irf. this area. Quality alfalfa meets w i t h a strong demand in eastern markets. "In 1948 nearly all types of farm machinery will be in critical supply. There will be a strong demand for proven types of mechanical harvesters and ail labor saving machinery." Nice says. T h e Arthur Warner Agency Casua'ty, Fire and Marino INSURANCE tk A«. _ * * * 4. AttilO "*. *'» 149 Gibson Street OLD HORSES WANTED i Now paying 1 }£c per Ib. for good meaty horses to he humanely killed. BENNETT Silver Fox Ranch Victor, N. Y. Phone Kolcuinb 871-A U. S. RO5TAL tires, Dunlop tires. DIBBLE'S Lake Shore station. 23-59tf WHEN IN NEED of automobile glass call on me at Centerfield, N. Y. Can give you a factory type job "while you wait. Glass channels and -felts in stock. L. H. Loven, Route 5 20, Centerfield, N. Y. · 40-32 Farm Equipment 24 TRACTOR. · MODEL m a n u r e spreaders with wheels for 20" truck tires. Received carload this week. §275.00. Don Howard, Canandaigua. 75-11 NEW FRIGIDAIRE, .6 cu. feei, new apartment size gas range, also Venetian' blinds. Reasonable. 66 Chapin St. Phone 216-M.- 66-5 FOR SALE--Cheap, Cable Nelson player piano, Kenmore washing machine, Norge space heater. Cdga. Sxpress, 148 Bemis St. Phone 743. 8-1-8 49 OFFICE ROOMS--Centrally located, Frank Grabner. x59-10 "~REftL ESTATE FOR~SALE~ Houses For Sale 51 BUN WARMER, Pyrex ware, 6 cup dripolator, Revere ware, games. Gift China Shop, PECK'S Snd. floor. 79-8 3 or 4 section with reversible or plain teeth. Immediate delivery. Don Howard, Cdga. 64-io 2 BROODER HOUSES, cooler. Phone 1308-W. milk 48-11 Livestock 26 FOR SALE--Guernsey cow. 6 years old. freshens about Jan. 25th. E. E. Rood. Holcomb. Phone 298. ' 76-7 25 HEAD of extra good Holstein Heifers, some arc close up springers. Inquire S. L. Zimmerman, 2 mi. north of Manchester on Payne road. x72-6 WANTED--Number of fresh cows or springers. Gene Fisher. Holcomb, N/Y. Phone 292. x72-9 MERCHANDISE Articles For Sale 82 7 PC. WALNUT d i n e t t e set, like new. Tabletop combination coal and gas stoves. Ncilson's, IG Coy St. 15-6lf 4 BURNER gas Call 1163-L-3. 5. 17 Phone 467-R, Call evenings. 35 AUTOMOTIVE range, cheap. Fort Hill Avc. ·11-11 Automobiles For Sale 17 FOR SALE--1933 Chrysler sedan, good rubber. Phone 1C.O-W. -0 Sheldon St., Shortsvillc, N. Y. · · 38-11 PIPE FURNACE--New Meuler- also used air compressor. Call 173 or can be seen at SO Clrtrk St. x32-ll CROSS-CUT S'AV.'S, wedges, log chains, log chain repair links, single and double axes. PECK Hdw. Co. 37-14 1940 BUICK special sport coupe, good condition, price reasonable.. RURAL parcel post box, meat 185 Howell St. Phone 257-W. I saws, cleavers, rock salt. Coy St. x72-7 Hdw. 36-14 NEIGHBORLY' NEIGHBORS by Oscar Hitt f COME ON, 605TER.. LET'S GO QUIETLY., WE'RE ON TO YOU... you IMPOSTER.'.. YOU HOODWINKED US OUT OF $2OOO IN HOTEL-5, FOOD, TRANSFORJATNH ETC, BUT YOUR LITTLE l^ OVER.-YOU ARE UNDER ARREST/ WAIT A MINUTE. ...WHAT 15 TH15 ...WEOON'T WANT NO FUSS -- FOR. SALE--Maple bed. springs and mattress, 2 overstuffed chairs, 1 4 drawer chest, 1 drop itcii -± w aiiei .tec*. HAUJLU, -L tjij board shelf cupboard. 40 Chapin St. Thurs., Fri., Sat. evenings. 77-S WHITE ENAMELED kitchen stove, oil burners--can be used for cooking; coal grates can be \ obtained, 320 No. Main St. 4i-12 CRANE 30 GAL. automatic gas water heater, case slightly damaged in shipping. Same guarantee as new heater at greatly reduced price, no down payment. Small monthly payments. R u s s e l l Plumbing and Heating. Phone 142-J. 67-6 BABY CARRIAGE, a l u m i n u m Tavlor Tot. Phone 416-W. x59-10 ACE FARM HOME FREEZERS, stainless steel tops, cork insulation. 10--15--20--21 and 30 cubic- fool. Special price this m o n t h only. Don Howard, Cdga. 64-10 FOR SALE -- N e w , black ice skates, plate glass walnut vanity dresser and oilier articles, 504 So. Main St. 63-7 GRAY 100?;- interlined coat. new. too large for owner, si/,e 10. S30.00. Write box F-l, c/o Messenger Office. 62-7 24 Typewriters TYPEWRITERS--We repair all makes of typewriters and adding machines. Expert service. Call 34. The CORNER BOOK Sfnre. 81-B TYPEWRITERS*AND ADDERS-We are headquarters for Royal Standard, Royal and L. C. Smith portables, also Corona and Allen Adders. The CORNER BOOK Store. 81-6 Radio Sales, Service 40 RADIO SERVICE--We repair all makes of radio. Call 14 for expert service. The CORNER ·BOOK Store. 81-6 REAL ESTATE RENTALS Apartments For Rent 42 2 ROOM APARTMENT, u n f u r - nished, private bath, heat, gas and electric. Business woman preferred. Write box E-2, c/o Messenger Office. 49-12 FOR RENT--Immediate possession, 3 room apartment, unfurnished. 51 Bristol St. See Chas. Spccrs or call 499-W. 51-11 Houses For Rent 43 FOR RENT--Year around home, 4 rooms completely furnished. 2 adults only. 5 mile? up East Lake road. Phone 399-W. 71-7 FURNISHED house with modern improvements for 2 months while in Florida. Phone 1089-W. ^6-15 Furnished Rooms 45 WH-WHY THIS \$ TERRIBLE- HE HASN'T INTENTIONALLY 5WINDLE0. OUTOFANyTrtlNC^/BUT WHO WIU. LISTEN /// NICELY FURNISHED sleeping room for rent. Centrally located. Call 225-R, 25 Gorham St. x72-8 WARM SLEEPING ROOM, very central. Phone 492-J or 40 Greig Terrace. 82-8 FOR SALE--House and lot, 317 Gorham street, Canandaigua. House has five large rooms; three below and two above; deep lot; liberal garden space. John Shea, Attorney, 107 So. Main street. Canandaigua. x43-12os duction costs were high and the yield was light, Nice stales. Present indications point toward expanded acreages where soil is highly productive. Corn uiul Posis Sweet corn and peas will conlin- j ue at about their normal levels, ac- [ cording to the report. Favorable j contract prices will help keep these ! crops in fair supply. : Tomatoes Lig;ht j Tomato acreages are expected i to decline unless contract prices ; | are raised to a point where farm- j ers can afford to spray and dust j for control of blight. Labor shortages continue to hold down tomato production. Potatoes Steady i Potatoes will remain constant in j. 1948, Nice predicts. High labor I costs and increased mechanization j have placed potato growing an a ' home- grown feeds are the back- ! bone of our livestock business and tends to be very important with D A N C E Round and Square GRANGE HALL Seneca Castle EVERY FRI. NITE . Lewie Johnson Orch. G ROOM HOUSE,. east :side all modern conveniences. Immediate possession. Price S4000. W. H. Hawley, Broker. Phone 399-W. 62 tjreig ierrace, uananaaigua. .. 42-11 A PERFECT family home just off North Main St. with every desired modern convenience. Automatic heating, built-in kitchen, j h a r d w o o d floors, insulation, beautiful residential street where traffic is at a minimum. First time offered for sale. W. H. Hawley, Broker. Phone 399-W, 32 Greig Terrace. 57-13 Farms and Land 53 74 ACRES, good productive loam, no buildings, has good hard road frontage, nearly all workable or would make excellent pasture, plenty of water. Can be bought for S30 per acre. Phone Honeovc Falls 507-F-6. 83-11 Wanted, Real Estate 55 WANTED--Homes in Canandaigua and surrounding towns for clients with cash. Florence Trie- key, Canandaigua. 53-85tf WANTED TO BUY--House, must be moderately priced and pass for G. T. loan. Write box E-5, c/o Messenger Office. x59-7 WANTED--Listings of "farms, city, village and business property. Arthur L. Young 1 Realty Co., 31 j So. Main St. Canandaigua. Phone 500. ' 60-5tf Now Shs Shsps "Cash and Carry" Without Painful Backache 'VSTicn disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your.blood, it maycanscnagKinKbackache.rheumaticpainp, Ice pains, los^ of pep and cnercy. getting up nights, swelling, pufnncss under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burnin.tr sometimes shows there is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Doan's Pills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over 50 years. Doan's give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from your blood. Get Doan's Pills. s ,on-»»»- j ust ingredients you -J FtAKO PRODUCTS CORPORATION New BruiKvrick, N. J. NEW YORK STATE "WINE THAT IS WINE" Back in 1872 Rochester's first Bishop founded on the sun-blessed slopes of Henilock Lake where kindly old Mother Nature and Winery Craftsmen pool their finest gifts to product ; NEW YORK STATE WINES of UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE These Fine Wines are sold at most neighborhood liquor stores. - PRODUCED AND BOTTLED BY ESTABLISHED 1872 Owned and Operated by SOCIETY OF THE DIVINE WORD CONESUS, N. Y. HEATED SLEEPING ROOM, garage available. 99 Chapin St. or phone 1269-R, 73-8 EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR D i a m o n d R e s e t t i n g O u r S p e c i a l t y Take Advantage of Our Pre-lnventory Sale Thursday, Jan. 8--'Friday, Jan. i) Saturday, Jan. 10 CROWN JEWELERS ., 156 South Main Street Rogers SIRLOIN STEAKS C IB. Shoulder Roast Beef . Smoked Beef Tongues 55 45 c Ib Schrader's Skinless STEAMERS 49* Leg Lamb Lamb Chops 59 C LB. Wilson's SLICED BACON 79?' ii :s 4§: Home 'Cured Slab Bacon 69 C LB. Any Size 'Piece Home Made PORK SAUSAGE 45' :,·*? · :K *% -':V* ''M. ;SK| vS-}

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