The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 16, 1948 · Page 15
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Canandaigua, New York
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y, FRIDAY,. JANUARY 16, 1948 PAGE SEVEN IDE ?fiLOOKR by Ham Fisher OH.ITS TERRIBLE.. THOSE SCREAMS... IT'S AWFUL...DO SOMETHING... WHY DOESN'T SOMEBODY MNtGOTALKJN'T'NO OOP3 NO WDRE OR IT'LL BE ''LL...MAKEKIU SOWE TEA,DEAR. OUGHT* GIT A SAMPLE/ Gorham Central School Notes Miss Irene Powers, Massina, has been employed by the local Board of Education to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation .of Mrs. James Rowley. Miss Powers is a graduate of Potsdam State college and has studied at Buffalo State Teacher's · college. She t a u g h t in Conifer, N.Y. from 1940 to 19R and in Massina for two years. For the past ye;;r, , she has been w o r k i n g in Colorado. A local Ben- Scout troop has won a council uwaid. Troop G'J of Gorham placed second in a council contest for recruiting new scouts. A Cub pack in Geneva '.von the contest. Scoutmaster Vernon Hyatt reports thru al (he beginning of t h e Classified Advertising must be received in the office of The Daily Messenger before 3:00 p. m. to insure publication next day. Stop orders rn'".t be received by 5 p. m. Cred ! * ..til not be allowed for error.-, in advertisements unless reported before 10 a. rn. on Uie 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 ANNOUNCEMENTS -- i tpoclal Nttite 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 wrod or fireplace logs; any 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 215-J. SERVICE--for removal. Phone 51-.12 I WISH to t h a n k all the friends and neighbors who were so . nought ful at Christmas time. Mr. Charles Gysel. .\33-13 BEAUTIFUL COL.OR~A-IOVIE.S~of your children taken now become valued treasures of tomorrow. Ask for your free color picture. Phone 351-M. Stanley Wooden, Canandaigua, N. Y. x8:5-13 WATER WELLS--For more experience, better equipment and jess cost, call or write Barney A Mpravec, Perm Yan. Tellephon 3«»- . ' ' . 48-01 tf Phone Geneva 43-F-13 Charles Agonito Mason Contractor Builder Plastering Landscape Masonry --Fire JJcick ' j --Sr.-lis i - · O u t d o o r Fireplaces i 9 Geneva St. ! Geneva, N. Y. 100-lf) 100';; WOOL SHIRTS, Converse and Hood boots, Wilson ski boots, Northland skiis and bindings, ski socks, Planner! and Union -.-kales, and straps. Finger Lakes Sport Center at PECK Hdw. 66-13os I To FOR RENT- Furnished :. rooms, 2nd floor, heat, gas ;uid lights at W. Bloomfk'ld, §12 week. P. O. Box 106, W. Bloomfield. .\33-13 RENT----! rooms, furnished, .lolmsnns' 992 Maiden Lane off Rushville Rd. Phone 3S2-W. .\57-15 GENERAL stoker w i t h all t h e r - iriostatic controls, '.) room si/f- · coal burning fireplace g r a t e -· ---Washington stove ~1'-S inch pijw- i SfOrCS 3(\A OffiCCS less furnace---large a m t . of a - - - j bestos covered f u r n a c e pipe. Call 107 i-R after 7 p. m. .\33-l.'i 49 OFFICE rooms, centrally located, Frank Grabner. .\43-17 AUTOMOTIVE ba Wanted To Rent year ago. Phone 164. x57-13 Automobiles F*r Silt 17 FOP. SALE--19-10 Pontiac 8 cyl. 2 door, excellent conriiiion. 'Pri- vaiely owned. 211 Davidson Ave. Phone 512-R. 53-1-! 3--OR SALE--19-JO Buick club coupe, heater, radio. Call 762-W. 32-14 Highest Prices Paid on the Spot --For-USED CARS A. W. White *5 Ontario St Phone 183 ICE SKATER, size 7, girls w h i t e -- bnys black; -} foo! sled. 1 pr. 6 font skis. Phone Ifr!. x57-i:-! 50 WANTED TO RENT First floor or complete small building on one level for storage, musi be dry and insurable. Phone X97. :17-10tf Highest Cash Prices for U S E D C A R S Carter Phillips Motors, Incorporated Phone 290 CHAIR SAGGING? Divan bumpy? We can restore furniture to its- original comfort. Right in youi home. Work guaranteed. Divan $18.50,. chair, $8.75. Phone youi furniture problems to Sharkej furniture repair, Cdga. 97. 70-6:n» WANTED--Hay and straw. Buying all grades at top market prices. W. J. Kipp, IS Niagara St. Phone 137. 47-61 tf Lost and Found LOST--Black key case. Tlui.-s.' oe- tweer- Peck Hr!w. and post ;ffjce Finder please r e t u r n PECK Hdw. 67-1.'! Foods APPLES for eating and cooking, our own pasteurized fruit juices, eggs, potatoes. Will deliver. Phone 1195-R. Hecker Cider Mill. 5fi-10tf Financial JF YOU need mortgage money on city or lake properties. Phone .':On-\V, W. H. Hawley. Broker, 32 Greig Terrace. 5:5-14 Business Opportunities FOR SALE · i - a p a r t m e n t pletely stocked W i t h i n 5 miles en route f £.· 20. I aero oi" land included. W. B. Dolby, Realtor Red Jacket Bldg. T e l . ' l 2 i 2 . 3S-13 Grocery store \ v i t h and gas M a t ion cor.i- and equipped, of Canandaigua WANTED NVal appearing young man, for purchasing dept. manu- f a c t u r i n g firm, must be accurate w i t h figures, n golden opportun- i t y for t h e right person interested in a f u t u r e in a lucrative field. Write f u l l particulars as jo age, experience, education and .starling salary expected. Write box A-l, c/o Messenger Office. -37-lifi Male Help Wanted f 3 W A N T E D - - M a n l e d man to work on farm. Phone 901-R,'ns West Ave, IS-12 WANTED---Punch press die sot tor, must be experienced. In answer state ago. experience and wages desired. Write box A-L'. -..-,, Mesenger Office. T.0-15 WANTED- Married man to work on f a r m by ( h o year beginning Mar. 1. W. H. Winnc, Tires and Accessories 19 U. S. ROYAL tires. Dunlop tires DIBBLE'S Lake Shoi;.- s t r s l i n r ; 2"-59t ( 2 NEW 11-28 t r a c t o r tires. Geo. T u t t l e , R-4, Canandaigua. 1317-R. l.INOI.F*" 1 ! p'T'c r - . , i . , , . v,^.,. galv. tubs, ice spuds, ic- creepers, mail boxes, range oil burners, window ventilators. R-Vliie ;tnrl Celloglass. MERSON Hardware. 58-13 BOOKS and games for children ' and grown ups. a wide selection 25c and up. The CORNER BOOK Store. 63-13 ( COAL HOT WATER heaterT225=i ' pressure, also ;',0 gal. pressure t a n k . Phone Holcomb 374 a f t e r 6 P- m. x33-13 vv.A.:\ ijiL--"in rent by res|JO.'(.iiiii.- couple, house and barn, ,;mnll f a i - m or few acres of land optional. About Apr. 1st. Address Box B-l, c/o Messenger. .\57-13 WANTED--Apr. 1. Farm to cash rent or work on shares. Have own stock and tools. References. Address Box B-]. c/o Messenger x57-15 Charles £. Briglin New Lodge President -NAPLES -- New John Hodge Lodge Past Master Lyman Naples, assisted by officers for installed bv H. S m i t h , of Past Master 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. Finger Lakes Sports Center at PECK Hdw. 65-13os COMBINATION a l u m i n u m windows, roofing, .siding, bathrooms and kitchen modernization, Aaron Dell, Shortsville, phone 123. Edson Pritchard. Cdga. 1026-J, Sales Representative of I n t e r n a t i o n a l Home Improvement Co. x5T-18 Livestock H A I R Y CATTLE. \^i: u ; springers, also sen ice bulls, ler Bros. R-5, phone HitiS-K. · Mil- FOR SALE Hackney pony, wdl broken, ride and drive.; also western saddles. A-l condition. Can be seen Sat. or Sunday. William Schultz, Rushvillo. N. Y. 59-14 COWS - Nice good shaped Prue Breds- parties thai We like Guernsevs. .selection - -young udders--size. Few -Time to reliable iiv good Dairymen, cash.' Hoist cins and Phone Moravia l.7-~ !) to I. Evenings Ifi'.l F. L. Palmo:- X- Son. .Mnravia. X. Y. CO-1-! Farm Supplies 30 STANCHIONS. w a t e r cTTps, pumps, new and used milking machines, oil and electric brooders, p o u l t r y supplies. Fisher Coal Yards. ' .IG-IJ ABIX'GDON POTTERY. B o n e china cups and saucers. A u t u m n leaf 1C pc. breakfast sets. Air FK'^r c i ^ t - o ivrt"Trn-- (""hinri X. Gift -Shop, PECK'S Snd. floor, 34-13 WANTED-- A p a r t m e n t or house. I am married and have two children, three years and three m o n t h s in age. Being evicted. Need five rooms. Write Box D-3, Messenger Office. .\57-15 WANTED--2 or 3 room furnished a p a r t m e n t , young g e n t l e m e n , rp- fined, permanently located in Canandaigua. Box A-3, Messenger. 56-14 SMALL HOUSE, half a double or lower flat. Call Bucky. Canandaigua Hotel. Phone 746-R. x33-13 Herbert Coye include: Worthy Master, Charles E. Briglin; senior warden. Glenn W. Coons: j u n i o r warden, Philip Gro- penbecker; secretary. James P. Long; treasurer, Fred W. Fox; chaplain. Morris Reddout; senior deacon. Luc-ten Stone; j u n i o r deacon, George Blanchard; j u n i o r master of ceremonies. Roger Guile; senior master of ceremonies, Ray Potter; steward. Ray Davis; assistant steward, Earl Grove. Sr.: marshal!, George Hoose; tiler, Archie Egelston; (ruslee, Morris Readout, ii is n o t e worthy to state that Treasurer Fred Fox has held that office for Centeriield MRS. EARL APPLETON Canandaigua R3 Phone Can. 1020-W CENTERFIELD -- Mrs. Henry Sanders and infant son, John Henry have returned to their home from Thompson hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. Harry M. W r i g h t , Bristol Center were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Applet on. Jr., Centerfield road. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and daughter, Carol. Bristol Center were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Burlingham, Centerfield road. Miss Geraldine Estey, Rochester spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Estey, Cooley road. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Hodge ,'UiCt .-^ui'i.i Oi ..-iVOIi \ \ c l ' u \Vcck^-liu guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Hodge, Wheeler Station road. 63. At the present the number is ·'!9: an increase of 23 scouts. The Geneva unit had 31. James Hoose, Howard Shanklin, Ivan Lafler, and John Jensen are serving as assist- a n t scoutmaster;. Gorham MRS. SARAH ML'LHE -Stanley, N. Y. GOKHAM Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pierson spent the weekend visiting relatives and friends at Belmont. Mr*. Ht-nry Teece entertained t h e W e s t m i n i s t e r Guild of t h e Presbyterian church on Friday afternoon. Mr:;. Kdmund Crisfield ' . · - I - ., . c : y * n , , 4 k * - . . « , ) 7 r . Mrs. Caro Herringlon, town clerk of the town of Gorham has a supply of application forms for the veteran'., bonus, and veterans desiring them can obtain the forms at the clerk's office. John Hoffman, who was ill for some t i m e at his home is able to be about. Mrs. Wallace Gage underwen' an operation in the Maroboro county hospital, Hennettsville, S.C., recently. She is now convalescin" .1 * « L, ^ U . f . t* FIRESTONE Home and Auto Supplies Carson Brown Phone 510-W Corner Main Bristol Sts. parents in Ben- the past 28 years. w. R. Nixon, Center-field road, Officers of the Masonic Temnle and George Masgrove. Canandai- Corporation are: President. Wil- ! gu a are in Harrisburg, Pa., attend- liam P. Borden; vice-president, ; in»- a farm show Alvah J. Baumer; secretary. j M / s Graco T . ) f ( _ Roche _ ster t James P. Long; treasurer. Fred | t h e w e e k e n d w i l h h p r p a! . entSj ' Mr J i and Mrs. Charles Taft, Centerfield j ( road. · i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brooks and i daughters, Bonnie and Donna of j i Rochester spent the weekend w i t h i Mrs. Brook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. KOl'XI) ami SQL'AKK D-A-N-C-E Hopewell Center Grange Saturday, Jan. 17 Music by HAl'l'Y HAALMAN'S HAKMOMZEKS of Rochester Larry Bale, Calling Dancing 9 to 1 Admission--GOc for five years, Fox; director P. Long-. Feb. 2. 1948, at t h e regular comm u n i c a t i o n of the lodge, Dr. Art h u r C. Parker, former head of Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences and a high mason, will talk on "Free Masonry Under Fire." at the home of hei nettsville. Mrs. Lloyd Catlin has returned from Memorial 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 dencre on Main street. The ment was recently vacated and Mrs. Charles"Karnes. Mrs. Donald Hoo« uni daughter. Cynthia A n n , who have ! been visiting her parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Clary, Dundee, have returned ! to t h e i r home in Gorham. · Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Muckle · and children have returned from a ' visit to Mrs. Muckle's sister ' ' husband. Mr. and Mrs. John gerty, Rochester. resi- apart- by Mr. and Home and office, near or far, our skilled men assure your gstigfae= tion! CANANDAIGUA EXPRESS SERVICE Phone 743 East Bloomfield MRS. EDWARD MCCARTHY Holcomb--Phone 452 ,; Clarence McMahon, Centerfield i road. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cooper and family of Canandaigua were v.-eek- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders, Bristol road. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Houses For Sale 51 WHITE ENAMEL r-ook stove wood or coal, w i t h reservoir. A-l condition. One riding saddle, 10 tons of b;iled h a y - s t a n d a r d bale. Gordon E. Randall. R-5 Cd CT a _ N. jr._ x - 43 : BABY F U R N 1 T U R E"," lamps, blankets, a n t i q u e table, almosl brand new t i l t back upholstered chair and 0x12 rug w i t h mat. Must sell w i t h i n one week, 150 Adelaide St. x4.';-i- Tvpewriters TYPEWRITERS--We repair all makes of typewriters and :wldin;: machines. Expert service. Call 14 The CORNER BOOK Store. 63-13 Radio Sales, Service 40 IA D! O S !·; t-; V i C E~M| makTs ~r paired. Expert service. Call 14 The CORNER BOOK Storo. 63-13 MERCHANDISE RADIO--Stop in and look over our complete stock of table models nnd radio and phonograph conub., S]"x95 to S299.95. Easy terms. The CORNER BOOK Store. 63V-1.' 4rJicle$ For Sale 32 9 PIECE v . a l n u l dining room suites, bed room suiu.s. ':Iec1ric \vashors and refrigerators. Neilson, 16 Coy St. 96-Stf ELECTRIC MOTORS. V pullies. V belts, electric drills and grinders, water system and pipe. Coy Street Hardware. S-ll Apartments For Rent 42 NEW UNFURNISHED apartment near Academy, 2 rooms and ba:ih. Ideal fur business woman. Phoine ·1GT-R, a f t e r 5 p. m. -19-.1-1' ..._ Houses For Rent FURNISHED house with modern improvements for 2 m o n t h s whilr in Florida. Phone 1089-W. 46-1.1 NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS by Oscar Hitf A5 I UNDER5TAN0 IT, YOU 5A THE COMMITTEE MUST HAVE THOUGHT THEY V^ERE /NVIT/N6 FOflCEATHEft? PETE)?; TO THE CAME, BUT SENT THE TELEGRAM DER YOUR NAM^ItoRJEF -HAVE YOU ANY PROOF Wanted WANTED 13- A Room and board for mother and 2 small ,-hiUlron while mothi'i- works. Write box C-3, c/o Messenger Office. 62-l. r i Situations Wanted 16 FIPvEMAN and Call 1163-1,-.! maintenance man. x.33-15 It Pays to Advertise I L.05T THE ORIGINAL TELEGRAM, BUT I GOT AN AFFlPAVlT FROM 28 PEOPLE IN f^Y HOME TOWN WHO SEEN i THE TELEGRAM BEFORE I 1 GOT IT... THAT'S THE WAY TE.LE6RAM5 ARE IN MY HOME TOWN //... THEY ALL AGREE MY JVAME WA5 ON J iT^PEXi-ED PERFECTLY RIGHT/'...|F THERE: WAS A MISTAKE. IT WEREN'T, MINE// FOR SALE--3 single houses, S rooms each, in best residential fireplaces and automatic heat, most desirable homes. Possession upon delivery of deed. Shown by appointment only. W. B. Dolby, Realt or-. Rpd JaVket Bldg Tel. 1242. 3S-13 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen. Rochester, f o r m e r residents of East Bloomfield. visited friends here on Simrtav. I CENTERFIELD -- Mrs. Frank Hienn \vho has been at Thompson hospital for several months has gone to the Canandaigua Health home for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heifer ani Miss Beverly Lawrence. Canan- I daughter. Miss Frances Heifer, daifjua, was a weekend guest of i Mew Michigan road, left this week COOL) 6 room house, 'list off Geneva Turnpike, Greyhound bus service, electncny. f'uinace. b a r d , electric w a t e r 'heater, vjood wt'll. cistern, electric pump, cement bast-men t. f r u i t , 'i- acre land can be bought vvith .1 down payment of $1.600.00. Carlton M. Hatch. Licensed Real Est a t e Broker. 227 West Ave.. Canandaigua, N. Y. Phone 900-M. 64-15 FOR SALE -One house, five rooms and bath, hardwood floors, modern kitchen, a u t o m a t i c oil h e a t , insulated. i-ij;hi room h n u s f - , C a n a n r l a i - Jjua. cherry a n d o a k t i i r n , f o u r large bedrooms second floor, large recreation ;-oom t h i r d f!oor\ hardwood floors, hot air heat, Timkin burner, gas water heater, three fireplaces, enclosed porch, two car garage. SIX ROOM house Wo.-t .ivoiuip, I Cannndaigua, sun loom, enclosed porch, v.-ood shingled sines, extra lot. Household f u r n i s h i n g s optional. Possession soon. Owner anxious to sell. A r t h u r L. Y o u n R e a l t y Co.. 31 So. Main M r o o i . Crinanriaigua. Pluine fiflrt. (Suc- r-oc;^nr t n Ray W. .Tnhnsnn Rr-n! E t a t e Company). 20-13 Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wheeler. Mr. and Mr=. John P. Mc-Mahon ;?nd son Bobby, Caledonia, spent Saturday w i t h his mother-, Mrs. B. Farms and Land AGUES. Iu2--Two f a m i l y house, | 2 1 !- miles west of Canandaigua. | Macudem road, near school. E!ec- ' tricily, two barns, two m a c h i n e shc-rls, coi-n ci'ib. 30 stanchions! with d r i n k i n g cups, milk house. | of M,-. and Mrs. Ray Brockelbank. Ship m;lk to Dairy Eougue. C. M,S _ Anna Moule,'who has been for a m o n t h in California. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Matter, | Rochester, were recent guests of j Mrs. Matter's parents, Mr. and ! - \ f . . , . ITl! ..,.,,,..!, V ' l i w l ' . . V o - , - M i r . m _ ' gan road.. Mrs. William Kenke and granddaughter. Barbara, Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brockelbank, Canandaigua. Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Reed and daughter. Donna. Bristol Springs, Miss Fay Simmons, Bristol, were recent dinner guests : COACH St. GARAGE Phone '77-W . . . . 2 4 Coach Street Wm. A. Van Aken Kenneth G. Champlin General Repairing and Service MARFAX LUBRiCATtON Featuring Latest Type Equipment for Motor Tune Up Battery High Rate Quick'Charge You Will Be Pleased w i t h Our Friendly Service Sanders, owner, 219 West Gibson St., Canandaigua, N. Y. x-!3-14 16 ACRES, R o u t e 96, t h r o e miles northwest of Victor near t h r u way, 4 room house, electricity, spring w a t e r , asbestos siding, good roof. Possession at once. A r t h u r L. Young Realty Co. SI S o u t h Main street, Canandaigua. Phone 500. (Successor to Ray W. Johnson Real Estate Company). -i-1-1-1 FINEST F A R M near C a n a n d a i g u a just lisu-d. H i room house, h a r d wood flour.-., nnk t r i m , e l e c t r i c i t y , excellent wells, complete bath, a u t o m a t i c water heater, automatic oil heat. Basement barn, hog house, dry house. Acreage consists mostly of grapos. blackberries, blueberries. Total acreage fi.S. Macadam road. Low assessment. Farm can be bought w i t h or w i t h o u t e q u i p m e n t . Priced reasonably. William Henry Hawly. Exclusive Broker. .'i2 Hreig Terrace. Phone 3D9-W. 16-11 S room house in village fi · from Cdga., Hrejriciiy, f u r - | good water, barn for .' cars i storage above. noxses.;inn j XKW SMALL b u n g a l o w at l i m i t s , e l e c t r i c i t y , b u t t l e d ga acre l a n d , i m m e d i a t e possession | GOOD INCOME property n ,-ar | M a i n $105.00 per m o n t h , modern ! k i t c h e n , modern b a t h , sttripa; lur. ! hardv.-ood floors, a u t o m a t i c o i l ! heat, dry basement, double gar- j LAROF. BOSTON' close to M a i n . good location for doctors, dent i s t s . b e a u t y parlors, or a p a r t - . r.'.vm ixui.v.-, .ill comcnio/iccs. f-ot ! \v;,;et h e a t , garage. 1'ii'uo lot. '· Carlton M. H a t c h . licenced j broker. 227 West Av--. Phone i j ._. ..__ ,,. ir-n ACRE STOCK FA KM, S'-j . miles from Cdga. on improved · T«ad. nri acres tillable. 10 acres , oak and maple limber, 15 acres i alfalfa, 16 acres wheat on :;hares, never failing w a t e r supply, 13 room house in good condition, modern kitchen. Timken automat i c oil beat, b n t i i , electricity, large basement barn. 20 siaiich- ions, silo, milk house, other buildings, milk m k t . , school bus. Carlton M. Hatch, licensed broker, 227 West Ave. Phone 000-M. spending tiiree weeks with her . d a u g h t e r . Mrs. Walter Brinkerhoff, : and Mr. Brinkerhoff, has returned ·' to the home of another daughter, · Mrs. Ray Brockelbank. \ Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brockel- i bank were called to Geneva ' Thursday by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Fitzgerald. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Hall, : North Centerfield road, were re- · cent guests of Mrs. William Emb- ·· ling and Mius G e r u u d e Embling ; ar.d Miss Florence Frarey. N o r t h M a i n si root. C a n a n d a i g u a . LEGAL NOTICE" Real WANTED--Homes in Canandaigua and surrounding towns for clients with cash. Florence Trie- key, Canandaigua. 53-85tf pETEfiS COULDN'T TEi-L FROM THE JUPGES EXPRESSION WHETHER HE WAS GOING UP FOR LIFE OR NOT/.,. HE. POURED IT ON.. HE 5AH? NOBOOV EVER QUESTIONEP AN INVITATION- IF PEOPLE WANT XOCJ VOU PON'T ASK WHVANO HI5 NAME W»5 ON IT/'.. DEFBMSE RE5T5 'H On-M. r . fi . ls MAC;NIFICEXT~h»-^ si n g 1 o ( hou^e. good h e n t i n g systrni, com- I ;!'te haMi up, ovra !·-!!;·' a n d ' lavatory down, arched doorways. ! t i n t e d walls, breakfast nook.' ! glassed in porch, gar.ngc. l a r g e ' lot, i m m c d i a t o possession BRICK BLOCK gas stoam ' h e a t i n g '·y: : (O!V!. s'»i v % . arar!T:v!i; v/i; 1 ; b a t h , e x t r a good hasr-m'v'tl 5= IDE HY SIDE double, ro.-cntly i I'liioiii'lfil, iii-v, f n i n a c c j M - j ins t a l l e d on one side, modern k i t - chons, good p a i n t jo!), ;i i,(.\v muf. Kloi-r-nco Trickoy. :Vi Main ,S(. It Pays to Advertise in the Messenger! WANTED - · T i l i n g s of farms, city, village and business property. A r t h u r L. Young Realty Co., 31 So. Main St. Canandaigua. Phone 500. 60-51 f WANTED TO RTY Farm, about 50 acres. Small down .payment. References. About Apr. 1st. \d- riro-is Box B-I, c. o Messenger. \.")7-15 THE PEOPLE OF · THE STATE OF NEW YORK To Hugli Hanciley and Eli/.aboth M c K i n n n n llandlcy, the i a t ) t ' f ;mi\ mother of iJanit-1 Jasepli" Handley, dect-'ased, and to '"Mary" Handley, the widow, it' any, of said Daniel Joseph Hundley, deceased, the name "Mary" being f i c t i t i o u s , the t r u e name of said person being u n k n o w n t o p e t i t i o n e r , whose residences and post office addresses are u n k n o w n and cannot he ascer- uunt'ci i i i i c r (jjiigc-JH .ifiiU'ii aiu'i i n q u i r y , and if t h e y are either of i h c m he dead, to his. her or t h e i r fieismial rpfiresentalixTs, heirs at law, next (if kin or riisiributees, and to ail persons who are or .·laim to he hr-irs at law, next of kin or distributees of said DiwiH Joseph Handley who died A u g u s t in. l!'i-}7, a resident of the C i t y of Geneva, X. Y., which persons, if any t h e r e bo, and t h e i r names, residences and postoffice not be ascertained a f t e r diligent ·idfiresscs are u n k n o w n and can- search and i n q u i r y , upon the petition of Frank M. Corwin who resides at the City of Geneva. X. Y. Yfiii and each of you, are hereby cited to show cause before our Surrogate of our- County 'f On- l a i ' i n . til I iic Sui i'ii^alt-'s C t i u i i nl said County, at t'no City Hall in the City of Geneva in said County '.if Ontario, on the 21st day of .;;.nuary A.D. HMS. at 10 o'clock a.m.. \ \ h y a decree should not t h e n and tlu-re be made awarding 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 in the future. service 8S7-W Days 3D7-L-5 Nights Waisb Trucking Service i ho WANTED To buy or rent Have own stock and tools Hubbard, Palmyra. N. Y. 1'arm. ! C o u n t \ A. G. ' 11-2 or 'i.s of tc :-f alxn-f fi T. '.Cottages For Sale 56 a d m i n i s t r a t i o n upon the 1'anic! .lost-ph Handily, named decedent, to Ed- Hanley, KMJ. O n t a t i o i east i re r, Canand;ii'. r ua. N. Y. IN TESTIMONY U'HERI'iOK, we !:;!'.··: ··;'.·.': ···! !h° N'': 1 ! »!' HIM ^nr!-n- :·.-!!··':, d u i r i td hr l i c r c i i n l i i a l - ." ROOM COTTAGE caM si(ic. C, niiles from Cdga., ,V f t . laki- fronM;c?, gr.od shade, rlrciric p u m p , fireplace. Price ?:"),0(i(\OiX f)l ACRE FARM, Ea ;t Lake Rd. overlooking l a k e fi room house, elect)-icily, ftnnace. \vcll, cj.iieiTi, also 'i room cottage, large barn. Cat lion M . I l a l c h , l i c e n s e d hr-okcr, 227 West Ave, Phone 000- M. 30-13 i \VIT.\[-:s.S. Hon. !'i,-,!.·! ic '!'. Hi n . y. Sin rugate nf said C o u n l y , al C.'inandaigua, t h e 1 7 l h day of December in the v c a r of o;ir Ldi'd unc t h o u s a n d nine h u n d r e d and forty-sex en. BENEDICT F. M A C K . Deputy Clerk Sli;·!·(·;;;ic'.s Court David Gregory, A t t o r n e y for I ' H i l i o m T , 5 Seneca Street Geneva, N. Y. WANT AD ORDER BLANK I Please insert the M- lowing Want Ad in The Daily Messenger for the number of days marked. Remittance Enclosed- Send Bill to My Addres* RATES I Lines--20 Words 5 Consnc. Days ? Consec. Days One Day . . $1.93 . . . $1.20 48c Above are cash rate* *ad apply if paid within U days of first Insertion. Erin oharf* for each B worfa. Name Address \timberuf O^ Mail To: Daily Messenger, Ganantfaigui

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