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IDE PflLOOKA THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIQUA, N. Y., FRIDAY.. JANUARY 16, 1948 PAGE SEVEN by Ham Fisher OH.IT'S TERRIBLE THOSE SCREAMS IT'S AWFUL...DO SOMETHING... Gorham Central School Notes Miss Irene Powers, Massina, has i 63. been employed by the local Board ! :J9: of Education to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation .of .Mrs. Jarne- Rouley. Miss Powers is a graduate of _ Potsdam State college and has I studied at Buffalo State Teacher's college. She taught in Conifer, N.Y. from 1940 to 194-4, and in Marina for two years. For the past year, ·-he has been u j o;king in Colo! ado. A local Boy Scout troop has uon a council awaid. Troop G3 of Gorham placed second in a council contest for recruiting new scouts. A Cub pack in Geneva won the contest. Scoutmaster Vernon Hyatt rep o i l s t h a t at the beginning of the t - , Ifl i i v J M ) At the present an increase of the number is 23 scouts. The Geneva unit had 31. James Hoose. Howard Shanklin, Ivan Lafler, and John Jensen are sen-ing as assistant scoutmaster Gorham MRS. SARAH M U L H K Stanley, X. Y. Classified Advertising must be received in the office of The Daily Messenger before 3:00 p. m. to insure publication next day. Stop orders nv-t be received by 5 p. m. Creel 1 * .,,il not be allowed for error:, in advertisements unless reported before 10 a. m. on the day following 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 "Mind 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* Ipielal Phone Geneva 43-F-13 Charles Agonito Mason Contractor Builder Plastering - -Landscape Masunrv -- F n e Brick --Sol is --Outdoor Fireplaces Articles For Stli 32 Furnished Rooms 45 100',; WOOL SHIRTS, Converse, and Hood boots, Wilson ski boots, j Northland skiis and bindings, ski ' socks, Planner) and Union '-kates, and straps. Finger Lakes Sport , Center at PECK Hdw. G6-10os ! TO FOR ItENT--Furnished 3 looms, 2nd flooi, heat, gas ;,nd lights at W. Bloomfield, $12 week. P. O. Box 10G, \V. Bloomfield. .\3.'M3 9 Geneva St. Geneva, N. Y. 100-15 GENERAL .stoker w i t h all thermostat ic controls, 9 room six.c coal burning fireplace g Washington sto\e--21 inch pme- le.-s furnace--large amt. of bestos covered furnace pipe. Call 1071-R aftei 7 p. m. x33-13 RENT--} rooms, fuinished. Johnsons' 992 Maiden Lane off liu.sh\ ille Rd. Phone 3S2-W. -\57-15 I Stores and Offices 49 OFFICE looms. Fi ank Grabner. centrally located, .\43-17 AUTOMOTIVE } VACUUM CLEANER w i t h and long cord. New brush and j j bag a \ear ago. Phone 16-1. x57-13 i WANTED TO R E N T - F u s t floor Ji * h ' i Wanted To Rent 50 Automobiles F«r Sale 11 FOR SALE--1940 Ponliac S c! 2 door, excellent condition. Pii- \ a t f h owned. 211 Davidson -Ue Phone 512-R. 53-1-1 FOR SALE--1940 Buick club coupe, heater, radio. Call 762-W. 32-14 YOU CAN get popcorn that pops *t DIBBLE'S Gift Shop. 97-44os GENERAL t r u c k i n g and moving, .reasonable rates, also for sale, good beech cord wood 01 fireplace logs; an.) a m o u n t , immediate delivery. Phone 951, Canandaigua. " 26-15 VETERANS ASH prompt, e f f i c i e n t 216-J. SERVICE--for i e m o \ a l . Phone 54 -.12 J WISH to thank all the friends and neighbors who were .so .noughtful at Christmas time Mr. Charles Gysel. \33-13 BEAUTIFUL COLOR MOVIES of your children taken now become valued treasures of tomonow. A.sk for your free color picture. Phone 351-AI. Stanley Wooden, Canandaigua, N. Y. " \8o-13 WATER WELLS--For more experience, better equipment an iess cost, call or write Barney A Moravec, Penn- Van. Tellephon :m. _ 4g.cn Highest Prices Paid on the Spot --For-USED GARS ICE SKATES, size 7, girls w h i t e - hoys black; 4 loot sled, 1 pi-. 3 font skis. Phone 1C-!. x57-13 L.'XOLF.l'M Rl'CP '^i'-ii". "v.^,.i." ualv. tubs, ice spuds, ic-'* creepers, m:iil boxes, range o;l burners, window ventilators. R-Vlite and Celloglass. MERSON Hardware. 58-13 or complete small building on one le\cl for storage, must be d i y and insiuable. Phone 897. \17-10tt BOOKS and games for children and grown up x , a wide selection 25c and up. The CORNER BOOK Store 63-13 COAL HOT WATER~heaterT225^ " pressure, also 30 gal. pressure tank. Phone Holcomb 474 after 6 P- m - X33-13 WANTED--- To reni b n.'spon-,!ijiv couple, hou.se and barn, ..mail fami or few acies ol land optional. About Apr. 1st. Address Box B-l, c/o Messenger. x57-13 WANTED--Apr. 1." Farm~to"cash rent or woik on shares. Have own stock and tool.-;. References. Ad- diess Box B-l. c/o Messenger .\37-15 Charles E. Briglin New Lodge President Cl l i \ Centeriield monies, Davis; Giove. Hoose; A. W. While Z5 Ontario St Phono 188 Highest Cash Prices for U S E D C A R S Carter Phillips Motors, Incorporated Phone 290 Tires and Accessories 19 CHAIR SAGGING? Divan Dumpy We can restore furniture to it original comfort. Right In you home. Work guaranteed. Divan S18.50, chair, 58.75. Phone you Turniture problems to Sharks furniture repair, Cdga. 97. 70-63t WANTED--Kay and straw. Buy \ng all grades at top marke prices. W. J. Kipp, IS Niagara St. Phone 137. 47-Bltf Lost and Found LOST--Black ke case. Tlui. tween Peel: Hriw. :;nd po.-t Finder please r e t u r n PECK fi"ice Hdv,-. 67-1.1 Foods APPLES for eating and cook'm our own pasteurized fruit juices, eggs, potatoes. Will delis PI- Phone 1195-R. Keeker Cider Mill. 5fi-lf)tf Financial JF YOi; netd mongage money on city or lake properties. Phone .",·19-W, W. H. Hawley. Broker, 32 Hreig Terrace. 55-M Business Opportunities 10 FOR SALE--Grocery .store w i t h · J - a p a i i m e n t and gas .-intion completely .stocked and equippr-d. Within 5 miles of' Canandaigua (m route 5 20. 1 acre 01' land inckuk-d. W. B. Doiby, Realtor, Red Jacket BIdg. Tel. "l252. 38-13 Wanted WANTED Neat appcai-ing young man, fot purchasing dept. manufacturing firm, must be accurate w i t h figures, a golden opportunity for t h e right person interested in a f u t u r e in a lucrative field. Write full particulars ns !o age, experience, education and stalling salaiy expected. Wrire box A-I, c/o Messenger Office. -37-16 Male Help Wanted WANTED- on farm. A\e. 13 --Mairied man to work Phone .001-R,"17S West 1S-12 U. S. ROYAL tires. Dunlop tires DIBBLE'S Lake Shot-.- st:iliftr; 2."-5VH' 2 NEW 11-28 tractor tires. Ceo. Tuttle, R-4, Cannndaigua. 3317-R -.2.3-11 UNDER WATER spool tip-ups. lines, English hooks, minnow dip nets, ice augers--30= test leader; we issue all h u n t i n g , fishing and trapping licenses. Fin°er Lakes Sports Center at PECK Hdw. 65-13os COMBINATION aluminum windows, roofing, .siding, bathrooms and kitchen modernization, Aaron Dell, Shortsville, phone 123. Ed- M.m Pritchard. Cd«a 1026-J, Sales Representative of I n t e r n a t i o n a l Home I m p i o \ e m e m Co. x57-18 Livestock D A I R Y CATTLE. Mo-c u ; nnri splinters, alsu semcp bulls. M i l - ler Bios. R-3, phone luGS-K J5-17 FOR SALE H a c k n e y ~ p o n ~ well broken, ride and chive.; also \vestern saddles. A-l condition. Can be seen Sat. or Sunday. William Schultz, Rushvilie. N. Y. 59-14 COWS -- Nice good shaped Prue Breds- parties thai soled ion--young-- udders--.-Jze, Few --Time to reliable a 10 good Dairymen. We like cash! Holsteins and Guernseys. Phone Moravia 1,T7-- il to 1. Evening IB'). F. L. Palmo- Son, Mi.raua. X V. CO-1 ! ABINGDON POTTER~Y, B o n e china oups and saucers. A u t u m n leaf 1C po. breakfast sets. Air Fiver «fnl,-A u-nCTons- T h i n n £. Gift Shop, PECK'S Snd. floor. 34-13 WHITE F . N A V E L r ^ o k s t o w , wood or coal, with reser\oir. A-l condition. One riding saddle, 10 tons of baled hay--standard bale. Gordon E. Randall, R-5 Cd-^a J:!lJ-. X43-14 BABY F U R N I T U R E , lamps, blankets, a n t i q u e table, almost brand new tilt back upholstered chair and 9x12 rug with mat. Must sell w i t h i n one week, 150 Adelaide St. .\4:;-i- WANTED--Apartment or house. I am married and have two children, three years and tlnee m o n t h s in age. Being evicted. Need t h e rooms. Write Box D-3, Messenger Office. x57-15 WANTED-2 or .3 loom furnished a p a r t m e n t , young gentlemen, refined, permanently located in Canandaigua. Box~A-3, Messenger. 56-1-1 SMALL HOUSE, half a double or lower flat. Call Bucky. Canandai- Hotel. Phone 746-R. x.33-13 NAPLES -- New officers for John Hodge Lodge installed by Past Master Lyman H. Smith, of Naples, assisted by Past Master Herbert Cove include: Worthy Master, Charles E. Briglin; senior warden. Glenn W. Coons; junior warden, Philip Gro- penbecker; secretary. James P. i Long; treasurer, Fred XV. Fo.x; I chaplain. Morris Reddout; senior j deacon. Lucien Stone; j u n i o r deacon, George Blanchard; junior master of ceremonies. Roger Guile; senior master of cere- Ray Potter: steward, Ray assistant steward. Earl Sr.: marshal!, George tiler, Archie Egelston: Munis Readout. H it, nOti,- to state that Treasurer i Fred Fox has held that oflice for i the past 2S years. j Officers of the Masonic Temnie Corporation are: President, Wil- ' liam P. Borden; vice-president, i Alvah J. Baumer; secretary. I James P. Long; treasurer, Fred j Fox; director for five yeais, J. P. Long. Feb. 2. 1948, at munication of the lodge, Dr. Ar t h u r C. Parker, former head of Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences and a high mason, will i ,,, talk on "Free Masonry U n d e r ' ce Fire." MRS. EARL APPLETON Canandaigua R3 Phone Can. 1020-W worthv CENTERFIELD -- Mrs,. Henry Sanders and infant son, John Henry have returned to their home from Thompson hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. Harry M. Wright, Bristol Center were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Applet on, Jr., Centerfield road. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and daughter, Caiol, Bristol Center weie guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Burlingham, Centerfield road. Miss Geraldine Estey, Rochester spent the weekend with Mr. and Mi-,. Maynard Estey, Cooley road. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Hodge arid -sufl.i Of Avon \\OI'c W e e k c l i d guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Hodge, Wheeler Station road. W. R. Nixon, Centerfield road, and George Masgrove. Canandaigua are in Harrisburg, Pa., attending a farm show. Miss Grace Taft. Rochester spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. GORHAM- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pier.son sp«nt the weekend visitin« lelativu* and filends at Belmont* Mrs. Henry Teece entertained . i h e Westminister Guild of the Presbyterian church on Friday ! aftei noon. Mis. Edmund Crisfield ".T. C a^Man: hr.-te:;.",. j Mrs. Caro Herrington, town ; clerk of the town of Gorham has I a supply of application foims for , the xe'eran'.-, bonus, and veteians , de.sinng them can obtain the forms at the clerk's office. , John Hoffman. \vho \vas ill for some t i m e at his home is able to be about. Mrs. Wallace Gage underwent an operation in the Maroboro c o u n t y hospital, Bcnnettsville S C I Decently. She is now convalescin" at the home of her parents in Ben- East Bloomfield MRS. EDWARD McCARTHY Holcomb--Phone 452 hei and Mrs. Charles Taft,' Centerfield | ' road, t h e regular com- ,- , ,, _ _ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brooks and daughters, Bonnie and Donna of i Rochester spent the weekend w i t h ,. Brook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. sence Mc-Mahon, Centerfield i road. j Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cooper and ! i family of Canandaigua were week- I end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry , Sanders, Bristol road. Mrs. Lloyd Catlin has returned from M-moria! hospital, Canandaigua, and is recuperating at the home of her mother. Mrs .\ ora Fritz. Mr. and Mrs. George Decker and family have moved into an apartment in the John Hoffman residence on Main street. The apartment was recently vacated by Mr and Mrs. Charles Karnes. Mrs. Donald HOOIP and hni,,. daughter. Cynthia Ann, u-ho have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clary, Dundee, have returned to taeir home in Gorham Mr and Mrs. Andrew Muckle and children have returned from a visit to Mrs. Muckle's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. John Ha" gerty, Rochester FIRESTONE Home and Auto Supplies Carson Brown Phone 310-W Cornw Main Bristol Sts. KOl'NI) ami SQfAKE D-A-N-C-E Hopewell Center Grange Saturday, Jan. 17 Music by HAPl'Y IIAM-MAN'S liAKMONIZEKS of Kochester Larry Bale, Calling Dancing 9 to 1 Admission--GOc Home and office, near or far, our skilled men assure your sstigfac- tion! OANANDAIGUA EXPRESS SERVICE Phone 743 JtRAL ESTATE FOR SALE Houses For Sale 51 Typewriters TYPEWRITERS--Wo repair all makes of typewriters and ad din" machines. Expert service. Call 14 The CORNER BOOK Store. 63-13 Farm Supplies STANCHIONS. ~ 30 w a t e r c u p s, pumps, neu and used milking machines, oil and electric brooders, p o u l t r y supplies. Fisher Coal Yards. -iG-l-l Radio Sales, Service 40 11AD1O SERV1 Cl~Aif makes i e- paired. Expert ser\-icc. Call 14 The CORNER BOOK Storr. l3-13 MEROHANDISE RADIO-- Stop in and look over our complete stock of table models nncl radio and phonograph corab., SI 5.95 to $299.95. Easy terms. The CORNER BOOK Store. irticte* For Sale 32 9 PIECE v.alnut dining room suites, bed tooin suius. electric v.a^-hprs and rei'ngpialois. Neilson, 16 Coy St. 96-Stf 2LECTRIC MOTORS. V pullics. V belts, electric drills and grinders, writer system and pipe. Co Street Hardware. S-ll Apartments For Rent 42 NEW UNFURNISHED apart rn-nvt ne;u Academy, 2 moms and ba:ih. Ideal foi huine;j woman. -1G7-R, after 5 p. m. Houses FURNISHED house with modern improvements for 2 months vvhih 1 in Florida. Phone 1089-W. 46-7.") FOR SALE--3 single houses, S rooms each, in best residential fireplaces and automatic heat, most desirable homes. Possession upon delivery ot deed. Shown hy appointment only. W. B. Dolby, Realtor. Red Jacket Bldg. Tol 1242. ' ss-13 GOOD 6 room house. HIM off Geneva Turnpike, Greyhound bus service. e l e c t i i c i ' \ , Uu.iace, bath, electric water 'heater, 'iood well, cistern, electric pump, cement basement. G a r a g e -- f r u i t , '_· acre land can be bought a-jth { doun payment of 51,600.00. Carlton M. Hatch. Licensed Real Est a t e Broke'-. 227 West Ave.. Canandaigua, N. Y. Phone 900-M. 64-15 FOR SALE--One house, five rooms and bath, hardwood floors, modern kitchen, automatic oil heat, insulated. NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS by Oscar Hit* FIXE fi^hl I-OOH7 h o t i - e , C n n a i u i a i - gua, cheny and oak t i i m , font- large bedrooms second floor, large recreation room t h i r d floor, hardwood floors, hot air heat,' Timkin burner, gns water heater, three fireplace-, enclosed porch. TWO car garawe SIX ROOM house We.-a .ivoniip, Canandaitfiia, bun loom, enclo.-ed porch, v.ood shingled sides, extra lot. Household furnishings optional. Possession soon. Owner anxious to sell. A r t h u r L. Young Realty Co.. 31 .So. Main .stnvt. Canandaigua. Phone ."iOO. (Suc- c^sor to Ray \V .Tohn^nn Rm) E.-tate Company). 29-10 GOOD mile* naco. w i t h Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen. Rones If r. former residents of East Bloomfield. \isited friends here on Sunday. Miss Beverly Lawrence. Canandaigua, w n s a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wheeler. Mr. and Mr=. John P. McMahon and son Bobby, Caledonia, spent .**,*.. Saturday with his mother, Mrs. B. Mrs. I Farms and Land 53 j ACK.LS. ln2--Two uimih house, | 2\- miles west of Canandaigua. l Alacadem load, near school. Electricity, two barns, two machine sheds, corn crib. 30 stanchions j w i t h d r i n k i n g cup?, milk house. | Ship milk to Daily League. C.' Sanders, owner, 219 WeM Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y. .\-13-14 16 ACRES, R o u t e 96, three miles northwest of Victor near t h r u way, 4 room house, electricity, spring \\ntei-. a.-beslos Aiding, Rood roof. Possession a! once. A r t h u r L. Young Realty Co Si S o u t h Mam street, Canandaigua. Phone 500. (Successor to Ru W. Johnson Real Estate Company i. ·1-1-3-} FINEST F A U M near Canandai-ua just ii'-;cd. in mom hmise. l i a r c l - \\ood fl.Hn-,, oak t r i m , elect i icily, excellent \\elK, complete bath, automatic water heater, automatic oil heat. Basement barn, hog house, dry house. Acreage consists, mostly of grapes, blackberries, blueberries. Total acieage r$. Macadam road. Low assessment. Farm can be bough I v ith or without e q u i p m e n t . Pi iced reasonably. William H e n j y Hawly. Exclusive Broker. .'(2 Greig Torrace. Phone 309-\\'. 16-11 i CENTERFIELD -- Mrs. Frajnk Hienn who has been at Thompson hospital for several months has gone to the Canandaigua Health home for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heifer and daughter. Miss Frances Heifer, New Michigan road, left this week | for a month in California. Mr. and Mrs. George Matter, Rochester, were recent guests o! Matter's parents, Mr. and TT11 ,.,,,.!, To,,,.,!., V n ,,. - \ n r . V , i _ gan road. Mrs. William Kenke and granddaughter, Barbaia, Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brockelbank, Canandaigua, Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Reed arid daughter, Donna. Bristol Springs, Miss Fay Simmons, Bristol, were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brockelbank. Mrs. Anna Moule, who has been spending three weeks with her d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Walter Brinkerhofl. and Mi. Brinkerhoff, has returned to the home of another daughter. Mrs. Ray Brockelbank. j Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brockel- j bank were called to Geneva ; Thursday by the death of her aunt, ' Mrs. Fitzgerald. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Hall, North Centerfield load, were recent guests pC Mrs. William Embling and Miss Gertiude Embling | and Miss Florence Fiarey. N o r t h M a i n s'tieet. Canandaigua. I COACH St. GARAGE Phone'77-W . . . . 2 4 Coach Street Wm. A. Van Aken Kenneth G. Ghampiin General Repairing and Service MARFAX LUBRICATION Featuring Latest Type Equipment for Motor Tune Up ' Battery High Rate Quick" Charge You Will Be Pleased w ith Our Friendly Service S room house in village G from Cdga., c-looiri-i!, f u r - , good water, barn for ··· ahovo. rn cars I UNDER5TAHO IT, YOU 5A THE COMMITTEE MUST HAVE i THOUGHT THEY WERE /NVITIN FOflCEATHEft? PETES5 TO THE GAME, BUT SENT THE TELEGRAM I UNDER YOUR NAME,HOf$EFEA~mER5.' -HAVE YOU ANY PROOF ? WANTED--Punch pres.-, die setter, nuisL he expeiirnccd. In answer state age. expeiience and wa^e.-, desired. \\'rite box A-2, c/ 0 M^'- senger Office. ,".0-15 WANTED--Married man to work on farm hy the \oar Mar. 1. W II. Win no, ltd., r;'n;inclai';u;) Phn Wanted 13- A WANTED Room and board for mother and 2 small children while mother works. W r i t e box C-3, c/o Messenger Office. G2-15 Situations Wanted 16 F I R R M A N and m a i n t e n a n c e man Call 1163-L-3. x.33-15 It Pays to Advertise l LO$T TrlE ORIGINAL TELEGRAM, BUT I GOT AN AFFIDAVIT FROM 28 PEOPLE ' IN CAY HOME TOWN WHO 5EEN ' THE TELEGRAM BEFORE GOT IT. THAT'S THE WAY TELEGRAMS ARE IN f~\y HOME TOWAi //,. . THEY ALL AGREE AAV NAME WAS ON j IT, SPELLED PERFECTLY RIGHTS... IF THERE WAS A MISTAKE (T WEREN'T 150 ACRE ""STOCK~FA1:.M,~5?'1- f i o m Cdga. on improved llri af-.'-f: tillnble. 10 acres oak and maple timber, 15 acres alfalfa, 16 acres wheat on shares, never failing water supply, 1.1 room house in :;ood condition, modern kitchen, Timkcn automa- 1ic oil heat, h a t h , electricity, ]arTMe basement barn, 20 stanchions, silo, milk house, other buildings. milk rnkt., school bus. Cailton M. Hatch, licensed broker, 227 West Ave. Phono 900-M. MINE// /: April 1. NF.W SMALL b u n g a l o w at l i m i t s , electricity, bo!(led a , . ''.acre lan-i. immediate pos-e^ion GOOD INCOME propem near Main $105.00 per m o n t h , "modern j kitchen, modern h n t h . sttiiparior.! -- haidv.ood HOOI.S, atiiomauc oii j Wanted, Real Estate 55 hoat. d r y basement, double LEGAL NOTICE LARGE BOSTON close to Main. gond location for doctois, dent i s t - , b e a u t y prulr.is. ni a p a r t - wj.iei Carlton bioker. 900-M. M. Hate! West \ \ f . mo lot. j licensed phono i \VAN"TEP--Li-ting* of \illage and busine.-.s property. A r t h u r L. Young Realty Co., 31 So. Main St. Canandaigua. Phone 500. 60-5tf THE P£TEfi5 COUu£?N'T UPGES EXPRESSION WHETHER HE WA5 50ING UP FOR LIFE Oft, NOT/,.. HE. POURED IT ON.. HE 5AI0 NOBODY aUESTKONEP AN INVITATION.. |F PEOPLE WANT VOU VOU PON'T WHV^.ANP HI5 NAME IV/A$ ON \T//. PEF8MSE REST5 "I M A G N I F I C E N T Inr 110U-.0, good b e a t i n g .\vstpui, com-! pli-tc hath up, o\-tr,-( joii^.; jmri ' lavatory down, arched dooruovs ! t i n t e d walls, breakfast nook! 1 ala.ssfd in porch, garpgc. tat go; lot, i m n i f d i . i t p possession. ' | BPvTCK BLOCK gas M a m herding i v 1"m, ·.!»·». a p a r t ;:-|c:i; v.n 1 ' 1 ' hr.tli, o x t i a good basomenl j ?IDE BY SIDE double, leconlly irmorii-U-d, nev. f i n n a i - o ju-o installed on one side, rnodi'.-in k i t - ebons. ;;orid p a i n t .job, a i,c\\- I( ).'if. Floionce Trickoy. 37) Main St. ·12-11 j WANTED TO FU'Y Faim. about 50 acres. Small do\\n .payment. l References. About -\pr. 1st. \d- ciress TBox B-l. c / o Me^sengei. \57-15 WANTED To bu\ or rent, Have own stock and tools. Hubbard. Palmyra. N. Y. H-2 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK To Hugh Hanriley and Elixabotli M c K i n n o n Handle?., fne l a t l i ' - r and inotliL-r o!' banief Joseph" Handley, deceased, and tu ''Mary" Hand- · ley, the widow, if any," of said ' Daniel Joseph Handley, deceased, the name "Mai\" being firliiious, the true name of said person b e i n g t u n k n o w n to petitioner, who.se residences and post oflice addresses | are u n k n o w n and cannot he ascc-r-1 tcuneo c t i i e r luhgent .seurcn ana i i n q u i r y , and if (hey are either ol , hern lie dead, to his, her or t h e i r persona) ropiesentathes, heirs at i law, next of kin or distributees, i ,uui to all persons w h o are or [ claim to he heiis at law, next j of kin or di.sti ihutees of said Daniel Joseph Hundley who died · igust 1". 11)17, a 'resident of the C i t y of Geneva, N. Y., w h i c h ! persons, if any t h e t e be, and t h e i r ! names, residences and post off ice ' not be ascertained a f t e r diligent i ·iddresses aie u n k n o w n and r a n - j seaich and i n q u i r y , upon the peti- , tion of Frank M. Convin who re- N. Y. ' You and each of \ou, are here- ' by cited to show cause before our ' Siinogiiie 01 otir County of On- l a i i o , at tin- Sui logate's, Coun oi , said C(/,inty. at t'no C i f y Hall in ' the City of Geneva in said County i ol O n t a i i v ) , on t h e 21st day o f f .;anua:\ A.D. 1C!S, at 10 o'clock; a.m.. v, hy a decree should not t h e n and t l u i e be made awarding j ' e t t e t s of atimin'^tration upon the ! j .- T.ti 1 of Daniei Joseph Handily, ' ! t h e abo\o named decedent, to E d 1 ! \ \ a i d T. Hanley, !v;. O n t a r i o f a r m . ' C o u n t \ Tieasurer, Canandaigua, A. G. j N. Y.' or I IN TESTIMONY W H K U K O F , \\e -15 ! !:.-.· ·· .-a.'".i ,.,, ,,,,,] ,,, ,,,,, l l r m . CITY ASH Veteran Owned and Operated 20 ice years of dependable and reliable serv- Our extensive routes cover the whole community. You have been served well in the past--we will make every effort to give you satisfying and effective service in the future. 857-W Days 3C7-L-5 Nights Waish Treicking Service WANT AD ORDER BLANK WANTED--Homes in Canandaigua and surrounding towns for I ^{'l '" ',!""£;,!' u f renevn clients with cash. Florence Triel C l t of G p n « a key, Canandaigua. 53-85tf Please insert the following Want Ad in The Daily Messenger for the number of dajs marked, Remittance Enclosed. Send Bill to My Address RATES I Lines--30 Words · 5 Consnc. Days . . . t Co.isec. Days . . . One Day .. $1.92 . . . $1.20 48c Above are cash rato and apply if p*Jd within 1» daft of first Insertion. Ertra line chary* for each 5 woztfi. Gattages For Ssle 56 .._ It Pays to Advertise in the Messenger! f t . : ROO.M COTTAGK east niik-s from Cdga., frontage, good shade, eiociiic pump, fireplace. Price Si.OOO.flfl. 51 ACRE FARM, K a ^ t Lake Rd. overlooking lake 6 room house, electricity, fumace. \voll, cistern, nlso 3 room c-oiiago, largo barn. Cnrlton M . Hatch, l i c e n s e d broker, 227 West Ave. Phono 900- M. 3C-13 t';\-d _ . Wl'fNf-:s., J f o n . ru-.ltnc T. G I fit n \, Si'i locate i l s^iid ( \ i u n l y , ill Canandaigua, the 1 7 t h day of Dfcemhcr in the \ear of u u i Lord one t h o u s a n d n i n o hundred and f o i t y - s e ^ o n . BENEDICT F. MACK, i C l e i k .;;;k-'s C o u i t David Gregoiy, A t t o r n e y fr P e t i l i n n e r , Geneva, N. Y. Name Address Number of Dii I Mail To: Daily Messenger, Canandaigua

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