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DeRuyter Farm & Garden Coop, Quincy
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EATON: Post Office Pick Up Box
FABIUS: Anna’s Country Store
FENNER: Troyer’s Country Store
GEORGETOWN: Predmore’s Store,
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LAFAYETTE: Cindy’s Family Restaurant,
M&T Plaza Drop Box, Dollar General, Nice
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MADISON: AnW Mart, Early’s Hardware
MANLIUS: Dunkin Donuts, A Plus, Brugger’s
Bagle, Tops Plaza Pick Up Box, Nice & Easy
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MORRISVILLE: Cooleys Plaza Drop
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NEW WOODSTOCK: New Woodstock
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ONEIDA: SAVE ON - Upper Lenox Ave,
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PETERBORO: Main Street By Post
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POMPEY: Kellish Tire & Auto Inside, Pompey
Mall, Knoxie’s Pub
SOLSVILLE: Solsville Hotel
SOUTH OTSELIC: Otselic Valley Garage
TRUXTON: Cosmic BBQ, Across From
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TULLY: Tully Lumber, Tully Lakes
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WED., MAR. 25,3:30-5:30 PM: FLU AND IMMUNIZATION CLINIC
by appointment only at the Health Department at 138 North Court
Street, Building 5, in Wampsville.
WED., MAR. 25, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISON
BISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
ANNUAL SPRING PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Sun., MAR. 29 - 7:00 am -12:00 pm
Pompey Firehouse
Adults $7.00; $6 Sr. Citizens,
Children $4.00, Under 5 FREE
Sponsored by The Pompey Lions Club
WED., MAR. 25, 5 -7 PM: MADISON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC,MADISON FIRE HOUSE - 7362 Rt. 20. Vaccinations are offered free
to Madison County residents. Voluntary donations are appreciated
to help defray clinic costs. Proof of previous vaccination is required
to qualify for a three-year certificate. All animals must be at least
3 months of age and properly restrained using a leash and collar,
harness, cage or pet carrier. Public health law requires all dogs,
cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A second
vaccination must be given within one year of the first, and pets
must be actively immunized against rabies thereafter. Owners of
any dog, cat or ferret not vaccinated are in violation of public health
law, subject to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.
THURS., MARCH 26, 1-4 p.m. CASA news - Come to the Community
Room, Cazenovia Library for an afternoon of games. Reservations
by March 15
FRI., MAR. 27, 5 P.M.: FISH FRY DINNER, Delphi Falls United
Church at the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls.
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade Coleslaw, Special
French Fries and a roll.
FRI., MAR. 27, 12:30-3:30 PM: FLU AND IMMUNIZATION CLINIC
by appointment only at the Health Department at 138 North Court
Street, Building 5, in Wampsville.
SAT., MARCH 28, 1:00-5:00 p.m.: Spring Buffet, all you can eat.
Pompey Rod & Gun Club, 2035 Swift road, Pompey, NY.
Thank You To Everyone
For All The
Support & Friendship!
J,R, Case, The Log Cabin & Graves Family
SAT., MAR. 28, 3-7 PM, 7-10 PM.: FROG WATCH USA TRAINING
SESSIONS Open to adults and youth. Join the GSC Chapter of
FrogWatch USA; learn how to become a Citizen Scientist, learn
how to recognize area frog calls, record the data and submit it to
the national database. Taught by Naturalist Susan Jones. Frogs are
the Earth’s indicator of an area’s health, ground pollution and more.
SAT. MAR. 28, 1-3 PM: WATERFOWL FRIENDS. This program
incorporates scientific and wildlife management principles into a
visual arts curriculum, with participants completing a Junior Duck
Stamp designas their visual “term papers”. All are encouraged to
submit their art to the Federal Junior Duck Stamp contest. Open
to students K-12. The program meets each 4th Saturday, March
28, April 25, May 23, June 27, July 25th, 1-3 pm. Call 697-2950 to
register and for more information.
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SAT., MAR. 28, 5:30 PM: THE ONEIDA COMMUNITY MANSION
HOUSE WILL HOST “MYSTERY AT THE MANSION HOUSE DINNER THEATRE.” Performed by Drama Room’s the Bottom Line,
the evening will feature an original mystery presented throughout
the dinner catered by Kenwood and Vine restaurant. Dinner includes
hors d’oeuvres and a family style dinner. A mystery raffle will be
held as well. For more information, or to reserve your spot, please
call 315-363-0745 or visit www.oneidacommunity.or.
RAFFLE AND DOOR PRIZES
All you can eat $12.00 per person
Special raffle tickets are $1.00
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SAT., MAR. 28, 2 PM: THE CLINTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
WILL HOST A GENEALOGY WORKSHOP. The workshop will
be presented by Richard Williams, Town of Kirkland Historian and
Yvonne Brady, former President of the Town of Marshall Historical
Society. The workshop is for both beginners and those with experience. Each participant will receive a 20-page book that includes
tips, suggestions, websites and local sources for genealogical
research. Registration is required, and the deadline to register is
Friday March 20th. For more information or to register please
call 315-853-5018 or email [email protected]
WED., APR. 8, 8-9:30 AM: MOORE NETWORKING at MADISON
BISTRO (Formerly Bub’s Subs), Court Street, Wampsville (Right
across from the DMV). Local business people band together to help
each other grow their businesses. Visitors are welcome anytime.
Find out more about MOORE Networking at www.moorenetworking.
org. Bring your business card and enjoy coffee and donuts with us.
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CALL FOR YOUR QUOTE 315-684-9374
SUN., MAR. 29, 7 A.M.-12 P.M. ANNUAL SPRING PANCAKE
BREAKFAST, Pompey Firehouse. Sponsored by The Pompey
Lions Club.
WED., APR. 1: THE CLINTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY WELCOMES MELANIE MARTIN WHO WILL PRESENT “PRIVATE
LYONS WAKEFIELD; UNCOVERED CIVIL WAR FEMALE SOLDIER.” More information to come. For more information please
visit www.clintonhistory.org
THURS., APR. 2: 10-11:30 A.M.: VOLUNTEER ENROLLMENTEVENT. CENTRAL NEW YORK CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN
RED CROSS., Madison County - Oneida Library, 220 Broad St.,
Oneida. The event is open to anyone interested in learning about
the ways in which the Red Cross supports Central New York
residents. Red Cross staff members and current volunteers will
be available to discuss volunteer opportunities in several lines of
service: Disaster Services, Blood Services, Service to the Armed
Forces, and Health and Safety Services. To RSVP to an event or for
more information, please contact Mucilli at [email protected]
org or (315) 234-2217. It is crucial to RSVP in case the events are
postponed due to bad weather.
FRI., APRIL 3, 10 AM: GREAT SWAMP CONSERVANCY IS OPEN
FOR COLORING CONTERS. Games and food available. The Egg
Hunt starts EGGS-actly at 11 am, divisions by age groups. Lots
of prizes. donation
FRI., APR. 3, 10 A.M.; 2:30 P.M., 7 P.M. AND SAT., APR. 4, 10:00
A.M.; 2:30 P.M., 7 P.M.: 82ND ANNUAL TIGRIS SHRINE CIRCUS.
Purchase “Advance Sale” General Admission Tickets at www.
TigrisShrineCircus.com. Toyota Coliseum, State Fair Grounds,
Syracuse, NY
DELPHI FALLS UNITED CHURCH
FISH FRY DINNER
FRI., Mar. 27 , 5:00 p.m.
At the Parish House in Beautiful Downtown Delphi Falls
Fresh Deep Fried Haddock, Fresh Homemade
Coleslaw, Special French Fries & A Roll
You May Eat In The Parish Hall Or Take Your Dinner Home.
FRI., APR. 3, 6:30 PM: THE MORRISVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
WELCOMES MADISON COUNTY HISTORIAN MATTHEW URTZ
TO SPEAK ON THE HISTORY AND RE-DEVELOPMENT OF
HOPS. Urtz will give a brief history of how hops first became a
cash crop, the reasons it disappeared and how its re-emergence
occurred. Images and stories from a number of sources will be
utilized. There is no charge for this event. For more information
please call 315-684-9130.
SAT., APR. 4, 1 P.M.: THE AREA WIDOW’S BEREAVEMENT
SUPPORT GROUP will meet at St. Joan’s Church in Morrisville.
All women who have experienced the death of their spouse are
invited to share in the comfort, encouragement and hope with the
other women who have had some of the same experiences. For
further information, call Midge 684-3615.
MON., APRIL 6, 7 PM, CAZENOVIA AMERICAN LEGION POST
88 MONTHLY MEETING at the Post Home, 26 Chenango St,
Cazenovia, NY
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2035 Swift Road, Pompey, NY
Rick Hannafan
BUSINESS SERVICES
Payroll
Book Keeping
Tax & Advice
Tax Advisor 2
138 Albany St., Cazenovia, NY 13035
Tel 315.655.2784 Fax 315.655.9391 Cell 315.440.8068
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SAT., APR. 11, 2 PM: THE SMITHFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER
WILL HOST GREENE SMITH’S BIRTHDAY PARTY. To commemorate Smith’s birthday the party will feature writers promoting
Greene’s new book and old gun, as well as a program about the
re-discovery of Greene’s birdhouse. More information to come.
Madison & Oneida County Approved
Oneida American Legion
Wed., April 8 @ 5:00 pm
315-796-4186
SAT., APR. 11, 9 AM-NOON: MADISON COUNTY RABIES CLINIC,
CHITTENANGO FIRE HOUSE - Rt. 5. Vaccinations are offered free
to Madison County residents. Voluntary donations are appreciated
to help defray clinic costs. Proof of previous vaccination is required
to qualify for a three-year certificate. All animals must be at least
3 months of age and properly restrained using a leash and collar,
harness, cage or pet carrier. Public health law requires all dogs,
cats and ferrets to be vaccinated by 4 months of age. A second
vaccination must be given within one year of the first, and pets
must be actively immunized against rabies thereafter. Owners of
any dog, cat or ferret not vaccinated are in violation of public health
law, subject to a fine of up to $200 for each offense.
SUN., APR. 12, 7-11 AM: DERUYTER’S WOODFORD/BURDICK
AMERICAN LEGION & AUXILIARY PANCAKE BREAKFAST.
BACON IS BACK!!! We want to welcome back all of you who have
supported us over the years to once again join us for our mouth
watering pancakes, French toast, sausage, eggs, biscuits & gravy
and of course plenty of hot coffee. Without faithful patrons such as
yourselves we wouldn’t be able to keep the American Legion open,
so again we send a big “Thank You” out to you
To The
Staff
At Orchard Vali
I Can't Thank You
Enough For All Your
Support & Friendship!
J,R, Case, The Log Cabin & Graves Family
MON., APR. 13, 7 P.M.: CAZENOVIA AMERICAN LEGIONAUXILIARY will meet at Post 88 on Chenango St.
THURS., APR. 16, 12:00 NOON. CASA NEWS - POT LUCK LUNCHEON, St. James Church. Bring dish to pass and table setting.
Bob Loomis, a decedent of the famous “Loomis Gang will tell us
some of his family unknown secrets.
SAT., APR. 18, 7 PM: THE TOWN OF MADISON HISTORICAL
SOCIETY WILL HOST A TRADITIONAL COUNTRY DANCE
FEATURING DOUBLE CHASE. Two sets of square dancers will
be available as well as line dancing and more. It’s fun to watch
or to take part. During a break sample a slice of pie or a grilled
hotdog or burger. Door prizes too!!!!. For more information please
call 315-893-7910.
TUES., APRIL 21, 9 A.M.: CASA NEWS- BUS DEPARTS TOPS
FOR TRIP TO NORTHEAST CLASSIC CAR MUSEUM, Norwich,
NY. Followed by lunch, short walk after lunch to tour Bull Thistle
Model-railroad Museum. Return 4 p.m. Info 655-0350. Deadline
for reservation is April 10.
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MAR. 23 - American Founding Father Patrick Henry declared, “Give me liberty or give me death”, 1775 - Mar. 25 Pancakes First Made (1882) - Mar. 26 Poet Robert Frost born, 1874
82nd ANNUAL
TIGRIS
SHRINE
CIRCUS
April 3 & 4, 2015
SHOWS: Friday, April 3, 2015
10:00 a.m. • 2:30 p.m. • 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
10:00 a.m. • 2:30 p.m. • 7:00 p.m.
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Each show approx. 2½ hours (includes 1/2 hr. Intermission)
Attendance Limited to 4,000 seats per show
FREE PARKING
Disabled Seating Available ( East entrance: I-690 side)
Purchase "Advanced Sale" General Admission Tickets at
www.TigrisShrineCircus.com (No hidden fees!)
ADVANCE SALE TICKETS: $13.00 each (all ages)
THERE WILL BE NO "RESERVED" SEATING AVAILABLE
(First come, first served)
The two box offices located at the "Toyota Coliseum:
will be open one hour before each performance
for the sale of general admission tickets at $15.00 each.
Advance sale tickets can also be purchased at a designated
store near you!
OR
www.TigrisShrineCircus.com
TIGRIS SHRINE CIRCUS
135 State Fair Boulevard,Syracuse, NY 13204-1148
Phone 315-478-0277 - Fax: 315-760-3067
LEGAL NOTICES
PUBLIC NOTICE: Pursuant to section 501 of the Real Property
Tax Law, the Assessor for the Town of Lincklaen has inventory
and valuation data available for review of the assessment in the
Township. An appointment may be made to review this information
by phoning 607-622-6269 Joseph L. Day, Assessor. (m23-2)
Baker Construction
MINI EXCAVATOR WORK
Skid Steer Work/ Postholes/Brushhogging
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GENERAL CONTRACTING - HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Kitchen/Bath & Basement Remodeling, Electrical Work,
Additions,
Garages, Windows, Siding, Replacement Windows
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Peter Baker
Owner
662-3002, Cell 289-2170
2749 Erieville Road, Erieville, NY 13061
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
GREENHOUSE PRICED TO SELL: WELL
ESTABLISHED 40 YEAR OLD RETAIL GARDEN CENTER &
GREENHOUSE FOR SALE: 12,000 sq. ft. of greenhouses. 6.9
acres set up for annuals, perennials and more. Active retail sales
next to US Route 20. Also available - 4 bdrm. house on adjoining
lot 315-655-3500, [email protected] (j30-c)
VEHICLES
TRUCKS
1998 FORD F150 PICKUP. Two wheel drive. High mileage. $1000.00
or BO. 607-863-4540 (m23-2)
RENTALS
Barbara Houghton
AVP, Banking Officer
Regional Lender
NMLS#786110
APT. FOR RENT 2nd floor,
2 BDRM, in Chittenango,
near downtown. Easy walk to
restaurant, bank and pharmacy,
large lawn, off street parking. On
site coin operated laundry. No
pets, no smoking, 1 year lease with good references. $725 mo. plus
security. Utilities no included. Ready to go. 315-380-0217. (m23-4)
CAZ VILLAGE APTS: Cozy studio apt with sunny deck. $575+util.
Sec. dep., credit/background chk. Smoke-free, pet-free bldg.(315)
382-8853 (m23-4)
HOUSE
$700. 655-5777. (m9-4)
FOR RENT: 1/2 house, 2 BDRM,
4 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR RENT: In village of DeRuyter. $675
mo. 1st month/security deposit plus utilities. References required.
Contact Lori 4060478-4563. (m23-3)
OFFICE SPACE
1200 SQ. FT SERVICE/RETAIL/
OFFICE SPACE for rent in Village of DeRuyter... historic building
and updated throughout. Call 315-380-7727 or 315-751-6713 (j12-c)
OFFICESPACEFORRENTinCAZENOVIA
“White Lilac Building @ 9 Albany St” Professional Office Space
for rent in the Village of Cazenovia. Rent depends on floor plan
of office and. Range from $400 - $900 a month. Beautiful historic
building in Cazenovia! Included are all utilities in rent. Plenty of
parking in back lot and on the Albany Street. syracuse.craigslist.
org/off/4681616277.html (j19-c)
FOR RENT: 1 & 2 bedroom apts. in New Woodstock. No pets, year
lease, references, security & utilities. 662-7035 or 662-7378. (j5-c)
Accepting New Patients
ACCEPTING 13-15 CLINTON AVE, CORTLAND 607.758.7700
NEW PATIENTS Open Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm & Saturday from 9am-3pm
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Full Exam
Pain Treatment
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Porcelain Inlay,
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Open Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM, Saturday 9 AM - 3 PM - Evening Hours
Mortgage Consultant
Residential Mortgage
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FARM
WHEAT STRAW FOR SALE: Clean wheat straw,
square bales. Delivery available. 655-2351. (o27-c)
HAY
Ray 315-662-7232. (m9-5)
HAY FOR SALE: $3.00 bale. Call
YEARS AGO
From an article in the October 31, 1907 DeRuyter Gleaner
The assessed valuation of DeRuyter's real estate in 1876 was
$521,229. (In 2014 the assessed value was $116,176,933)
In 1880 DeRuyter had a population of 1,584. (In 2014 the
population was 1,589)
Contributed by Darla Snyder, DeRuyter, NY
GOODS FOR SALE
MORSE
CONSTRUCTION
BEEF FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1/2 or 1/4 beef. All
natural. Flyhawk Farm. 315-662-7828. (m23-1)
ROOF SNOW & ICE REMOVAL
ELITE DENTAL + WANTED
DENTURE P.C.
Brooke Gifford
FIREWOOD
SEASONED FIREWOOD - pickup
or delivery. 315-750-0079. (s23-c)
All Phases of Home Remodeling & Maintenance
APARTMENTS
AVP, Cazenovia
Office Manager
NMLS#786107
COMMERCIAL KITCHEN OPPORTUNITY TO LEASE
KITCHEN AT HILL AND DALE GOLFCOURSE, TULLY, NY for
the 2015 golf season. Fully equipped kitchen and restaurant.
Call488-0645, leave your name and number and we will call you
back . (m2-)1)
655-4745
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Robin Gallup
FOOD DONATIONS Office for the Aging Needs Food
Pantry Donations. Anyone who wishes to donate shelf stable
items to our food pantry, please bring donations to our office in the
Canastota Business Park, 138 Dominic Bruno Blvd, Canastota or
drop donations off at any SNACK site in Madison County. For more
information call 697-5700. Thanks so much! (j12-c)
ELECTRICIAN
Tom Stevens Electric
Residential & Commercial Wiring
Servicing This Area Since 1977
Cell:
345-2753
Licensed for the City of Syracuse
Contact Us: FAX or Phone 315-655-9431, E-mail: [email protected] or Our Website www.hineighbor.net
FIREWOOD: $65 face cord delivered. Also we take HEAP orders.
Mixed hard woods. Call Donald 315-837-4362. (a5-c)
VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS $225.00 Installed. Lifetime warranty.
Energy Star approved. Emerson Exteriors and Remodeling. (315)
696-5730 (a7-c)
HEATING FUEL FUEL OIL - KEROSENE - DIESEL
FUEL - PROPANE: Automatic degree day delivery, quantity
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2316 Rt. 12B
Hamilton, NY 13346
315-824-5412
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INDOOR WINTER MARKET
INDOOR WINTER MARKET, Rte.
20 in Morrisville at Madison Hall. 1st Saturday of Nov.-April. 9
a.m.-1 p.m. Come support our local farmers, producers, bakers
and crafters. (o20-16)
MISC.
PETS FOR ADOPTION
I
CROUTON IS A 1 YEAR OLD,
GRAY TIGER & WHITE CAT. HE
IS SOCIAL & AFFECTIONATE.
MEET HIM AT WANDERERS’
REST! Wanderers’ Rest
Humane Association, P.O. Box
535 Canastota, NY 13032.
Telephone: (315) 697-2796, Fax:
(315) 697-4065. Website: http://
wanderersrest.org. E-mail:
[email protected]
AD DEADLINE
THURSDAYS
12:00 NOON
STUMP GRINDING
TREE REMOVAL
Lot Clearing • Brush Cleanup • Tree Trimming
Fast Service • Reasonable Prices • Experienced
Accept Credit Cards
Ross Armstrong, 1751 State Rte. 173, Chittenango, NY
[email protected] • www.armstrongtreeservices.com
315-289-4610
COMMUNITY
EVENTS/NOTICES
GOT SHOES???
SHOES HELP WATER STEP FUND
WATER PROJECTS. Bringing safe water to millions. Gather any
used shoes, boots or sneakers of any size, no longer of use to you
and drop them off at DeRuyter Coop Garden Center, Hi, Neighbor
Office, 9 Albany St., Suite 9D, Cazenovia (Mon. or Tues. 9-4:30)
or in my home garage at 6335 Morgan Hill Road, Truxton behind
Reakes Country Goods. For more info call Donna Judd, 607-8426167. Nearly 5,000 children die every day due to diseases carried
by unclean water. By donating shoes you can save lives. (j19-c)
BINGO BUS TOURS
INDOOR WINTER MARKET INDOOR WINTER MARKET, Rte.
20 in Morrisville at Madison Hall. 1st Saturday of Nov.-April. 9
a.m.-1 p.m. Come support our local farmers, producers, bakers
and crafters. (o20-16)
KNOTS OF LOVE
KNOTS OF LOVE CROCHET
KNIT GROUP “will meet only” once a month at L. Whitmarsh
home, 1641 Seminary Street the 2nd Tuesday of the month. 1-3
p.m. We make hats, scarves,
lap-a-ghans for residents of the
Oxford Veterans Home. Our
motto “give back to those who
gave so much for our freedom”
Project Coordinator, Rose
Wood-Lallier 315-852-6079.
Knots of Love Crochet Knit
Group “by request” will start
a afternoon class 1-3 p.m. the
3rd Tues. of the month at the
DeRuyter Library, Seminary St.
Project coordinator Rose Lallier
312-852-6079. (s29-c)
CHURCH NEWS
AUCTIONS - AUCTIONS
PEACOCK HILL FARMS
(64) TOP REGISTERED DAIRY CATTLE (64)
JIM & CAROL SYLSTRA, 4596 STATE HWY 12, OXFORD, NY 13830
FRIDAY March 27, 2015 11:00 A.M
Directions: From Oxford, NY, take Route 12 north 1.5 miles. From Norwich, NY, take Route 12
south 6 miles. Watch for auction arrows.
Selling (64) Top Registered Holstein Cattle. Jim & Carol Sylstra are 2nd generation on this farm, since
1959. 22,896 lb. herd ave. 3.8 F. 3.1 P. SCC-230,000. Years of AI Breeding. Closed Herd. All
calf hood vaccinated. Super Milk Awards. This is a young dairy with (23) 1st Calf Heifer's, & (21)
2nd Calf Heifer's. Also selling (6) Bred Heifer's Due for April & May. (18) Recently fresh, with
several more due. We have cattle milking up to 100 lbs. +. This is a year round herd, with good
cattle bred for fall. Cattle go outside daily. Full tails. All raised in open housing. Regular herd
health program. All shots up to date. Recently vaccinated with Masterguard 10. Herd Sires Acclerated Genetics. Service Sires from Select Sires. Jim always bred +1 on feet & legs, +1 Udder
composite , &+1200 on milk. Jim & Carol have done an Excellent job with these cattle!
This is a TOP Registered herd, cows show dairy, with great Udders. Look on our website to see picture's
of these good cattle! Inspections welcome day before sale. Catalog's will be available day before sale.
Sale Co-Managed by:
Gene Wood's Auction Service, Inc. & Dave Unger, LLC
Cincinnatus, NY 13040 Tel: 607-863-3821
Visit our website at www.genewoodsauctionserviceinc.com
Friday, April 10, 2015: Daryl & Christina Townsend, Guilford, NY. Complete line of machinery. JD 4230 W/CAB. JD 3020 w/JD48 Loader. JD 3010 w/JD 48 Loader. Ford 8N. INT
454 and Loader. Bobcat 610, gas w/bucket. Bobcat 710 w/Bucket. Kvernland TA7250M Bale
Wrapper. JD 447 Round Baler. NH 273 Baler w/kicker. NH 155 Spreader, like new.
April 17, 2015: Jack Wood's Sale Barn. Cattle, Heifer's, and machinery sale. Good cattle and
machinery already consigned.
“LOVE HAS A NAME - JESUS.
LOVE HAS A PLACE OUR
HEARTS.” The Cuyler U.M. Church seeks to share His love 11
AM Sunday worship-Nelson Stafford 6 PM .Sun. Youth Group, 6-12
grades Friday After school Program, “PUMAS”, 3:15-5 :15 PM, at
Church, K-6 Christmas Eve Service, 8:00 PM Direct questions to
Janet, 607 842-6501 (d8-c)
AWAKEN CHURCH, 3360 Thompson Rd., Cazenovia, Sunday
Mornings 9 am - Bible Study. 10 am - Worship Service (Childcare
and Kids Church offered) Wednesday Nights, 6:30 pm - Midweek
Bible Study & Prayer (j15-c)
COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR INDEPENDENT SENIORS
Questions, comments or ideas about services for older adults in
the Cazenovia, Nelson and Fenner, NY areas? Call CRIS at 6555743. www.callcris.org, email: [email protected]
MICHAEL P. LAPPIN
Certified Public Accountant
INCOME TAX PREPARATION
Business • Personal
ERIEVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IS OPEN. Please
join us for worship Sundays at 10:30 am. Jennifer M. Tainter;
Erieville United Methodist Church Trustee. (315) 243 - 1723 (f9-c)
JANCZUK REPAIR
4353 South Butler Road, Morrisville
- Auto & Truck Repair Diagnostics ● Mechanical ● Brakes
Tune-Ups ● Maintenance ● Exhaust
Monday -Friday 8 -5 (By Appt. Only)
Tim Janczuk, Owner
315-264-2690
MISC.
MSC THEATRE, SGO PRESENT
THE FANTASTICKS - THE MSC THEATRE DEPARTMENT AND
SGO WILL PRESENT THE MUSICAL, “THE FANTASTICKS”
AT THE COLLEGE’S STUDENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING IN THE
LITTLE THEATRE ON MARCH 27, 28, AT 8 PM; MARCH 29 AT
2 PM, AND THEN APRIL 2, 3, 4, AT 8 PM. The book and lyrics
to this long-running Broadway show was written by Tom Jones.
The music was composed by Harvey Schmidt. “The Fantasticks”
is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre
International (MTI). All authorized performances materials are
also supplied by MTI, 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019.
Phone: (212) 541-4684; Fax: (212) 397-4684; www. MTIShows.
com. General Admission is $8, and $3 for students. Tickets will
be sold at the door (m9-3)
CRIS-CAT OFFERS FREE TRANSPORTATION for Cazenovia,
Fenner & Nelson residents over 55 and ambulatory. Call 6550612. (Call between 7 am to 6 pm, 3 to 5 days in advance) (j19-c)
TOPS CLUB: (Take Off Pounds Sensibly): Wednesdays, 5:30 to
6 p.m. weigh ins, 6 p.m. meeting, St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Parish House, 12½ Madison Street, Hamilton. For information,
call 824-0965. (a18-c)
DON’T LET YOUR USED INK & TONER CARTRIDGES
CONTRIBUTE TO THE 300 MILLION THAT END UP IN
LANDFILLS EACH YEAR. Drop them off at the TOWN OF
CAZENOVIA OFFICE, 7 Albany Street, Cazenovia to be recycled.
The rules are easy! We accept any quantity and brand of ink and
toner cartridges. Cartridges from copiers, too! (a1-c)
Authorized Provider
315-663-8768
3875 Pompey Hollow Rd., Cazenovia
email: [email protected]
THE CAZENOVIA COMMUNITY BAND WILL BEGIN SPRING/
SUMMER SEASON REHEARSALS WEDNESDAY, FEB 18, 2015.
We are always looking for new members to enhance our diverse
group. Intermediate-to-advanced musicians are welcome to join
this talented, enthusiastic and supportive ensemble. The band
rehearses Wednesdays at the Cazenovia Presbyterian Church in
Cazenovia on the corner of Route 20 and Sullivan Street from 7
to 8:30 p.m. Please contact the director Marv Arnold at (315) 7088171 or [email protected] for more information. (j26-c)
WHAT CAN A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA GET YOU? SELFRESPECT, A BETTER JOB, IMPROVED SELF CONFIDENCE,
SENSE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT, SMILES FROM YOUR MOM.
How can I earn my HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA? Call or stop by
your local library or Call 345-1458, Tara Truett. FREE 1:1 tutoring
scheduled around your availability – nothing to lose - everything
to gain. CALL!! (Madison County Reads Ahead) (f2-c)
FULLY
INSURED
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Edging
Landscaping
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Lawn Mowing [email protected]
C: 315-560-0947 Spring/Fall Cleanup
Patios
H: 315-662-3013
Driveway
Retaining Walls
New Lawn installation Thank you for considering us Repair/Installation
for your landscaping needs. And Much More...
Brush Cleanups
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION FOR CAZENOVIA CENTRAL
SCHOOL IS MARCH 22-25, FROM 9 AM UNTIL NOON (NO
APPOINTMENT NECESSARY). A limited number of evening
appointments are available March 25, from 6 to 9 PM by appointment
only. Call Mrs. Richer at 655-1325 to schedule. NY mandated
screening will be scheduled during registration It is not necessary to
bring your child during registration. New entrants must be 5 years
old on of or before December 1, 2015. Please bring the child’s
proof of age (BC or passport) and your proof of residency (driver’s
license, rental agreement, utility bill, etc.) to registration. Certificated
up-to-date immunization records are required at registration. If your
child’s name appears on the school census, forms will be mailed
at the beginning of March. If you have not received the forms and
have an eligible child, please call Mrs. Richer as soon as possible.
If you are not planning to enroll your eligible child for the 2015-2016
school year, please call Mrs. Richer as soon as possible. If your
child does not complete the required screening process, he/
she will not be assigned to a classroom before Orientation
on June 3rd. (m16-2)
Smith Funeral Home
(Est. 1860)
DeRuyter, NY
(315) 852-3393
_____________________________________
Casket Selection Room on Premises
Old Fashioned Service
Keeping Funeral Costs Within Reason Is
Our Constant Obligation
We Encourage Comparison
-4- Hi, Neighbor Pennysaver, Cazenovia, NY, March 23, 2015
Contact Us: FAX or Phone 315-655-9431, E-mail: [email protected] or Our Website www.hineighbor.net
MAR. 23 - American Founding Father Patrick Henry declared, “Give me liberty or give me death”, 1775 - Mar. 25 Pancakes First Made (1882) - Mar. 26 Poet Robert Frost born, 1874
AUCTIONS - AUCTIONS - AUCTIONS
WEEKLY SALES EVERY MONDAY
HOSKING SALES
Weekly Sales Every Monday 11:30 with Misc. & Small animals, 1:00
Dairy, followed by feeders, sheep, lamb, goats, pigs. Calves start at 5PM
followed by cull beef. Call for more info and note all times are approximate. Our volume is increasing weekly – join your neighbors & send your
livestock our way!
***ATTENTION ORGANIC PRODUCERS - WE ARE NOW A CERTIFIED
ORGANIC MARKETING AGENCY.***
IN AN EFFORT TO ASSIST ALL ORGANIC PRODUCERS WE ARE NOW
CERTIFIED THRU NOFA, NY. ALL ORGANIC PAPERWORK MUST
ACCOMPANY THE CATTLE AND PRODUCE WHEN THEY ARRIVE AT
THE SALE BARN. THE 4TH MONDAY OF EACH MONTH WILL BE OUR
ORGANIC DAY ALONG WITH OUR NORMAL MONDAY SALE. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT US. OUR FACILITY IS AVAILABLE
TO ACCOMMODATE ORGANIC DISPERSALS AS SCHEDULED.
MONDAY, MAR. 16TH – Sold 305 Head. Cull ave. $ .90, Top cow $1.10,
Bulls/Steers $1.16 - $1.31, bull calves top $4.50, heifer calf top $2.55, Dairy
Feeders $.58 - $1.49, Dairy Grade Milking age top $1850, bred heifers top
$1800, Open heifers top $970, heifer calves top $330.
MONDAY, MAR. 30TH - NORMAL MONDAY SALE - Easter Sheep,
Lamb, Goat & Pig and Small Animal Sale
SATURDAY, APRIL 4TH - 11:30 AM SPRING ALL- BREED PREMIER SALE.
100 Head of Registered All Breed Dairy Cattle accepted for this sale. Farms
represented: Oakfield Corners, Arethusa Farm, Echo Farm, Locust-Vale,
Wisbee Farm, Jo-Ray Farm, Osborne Farm, Fantasy-Found, Roseland
Farm, Merrill Farm, Tiger-Lily, Ju-Vindale, Sco-Li, Lawton Jerseys, Ayrshires: Evans, James. Plus more! Also selling semen tank XR16 and semen: mostly Semex – Discovery, Parker, Atlee, Rylee, Casino plus more.
Please bring your tanks.
MONDAY, APRIL 6TH – NORMAL MONDAY SALE & MONTHLY FAT
COW & FEEDER SALE.
SAT., APRIL 11TH - 11AM SPRING BEEF SPECTACULAR TURNOUT SALE.
A group of Hereford feeders from one farm. Group of Herefords with 5-6
feeders along with 7-8 bred cow. 3 Hereford/Simmental Crosses bred heifers, 3 Hereford/ Simmental Steers, 2 – 5yr. Hereford Cows due in Spring to
Hereford, 1 Red & 1 black Simmental Heifers due in fall. Calls are coming
in daily with consignments expecting a nice group. Feeder market is increasing daily if you want mid-western prices this is the place to sell them.
Accepting consignments for this sale
MONDAY, APRIL 13TH – NORMAL MONDAY SALE & MONTHLY HEIFER SALE.
SAT. APRIL 18TH - 9AM - ANNUAL SPRING MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT AUCTION. We will also be selling Trees & Shrubs. Accepting consignments from single items to full lines of equipment. We will be starting at
9AM on small items, tools and plants.
SAT. APRIL 25TH – NORWICH, NY. 11:00 AM SEARS COMPLETE
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT AUCTION. Small tools, shop equip., SnapOn Tool boxes, haying equipment, JD 2150 & JD 2955 Tractors, Skid steer,
30’ Gooseneck Trailer plus much more. Complete listing on website.
WED. APRIL 29TH -11:00 AM SALE HELD AT WINDY ACRES FARM.
GPS: 829 County Rt. 29, New Berlin or Norwich, NY. Tornado Valley Complete Registered Jersey Dairy Dispersal. 87 Head of cattle sell. 48 Milking
age in all stages of lactation, 20 short bred to springing, 16 yearlings to
newborn, 3 bulls.
SAT. MAY 2ND - SALE HELD AT RICK & PAULA EVANS. GPS: 4997
St. Hwy. 23, Norwich, NY. Tornado Valley Complete Machinery & Equipment Dispersal
SAT. MAY 16TH - IMPORTANT SALE – REGISTERED CATTLE –
Watch for more details.
LOOKING TO HAVE A FARM SALE OR JUST SELL A FEW – GIVE US A CALL.
**Trucking Assistance – Call the Sale Barn or check out our trucker list on our
Web-Site. Call to advertise in any of these sales it makes a difference.
Watch website for any last minute updates.
DIRECTIONS: Hosking Sales 6096 NYS Rt. 8, 30 miles South of Utica & 6 miles
North of New Berlin, NY. www.hoskingsales.com Call today with your consignments.
Hosking Sales
607-847-6274 or 607-847-8800 - Cell: 607-972-1770 or 1771
Tom & Brenda Hosking
6096 NYS Rt. 8 New Berlin, NY 13411
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- -11 Ruth St., Vernon, NY 13476 - _______________________________________
Thursday, March 26 Sale Time: 12:30 PM at Vernon Market
Heifer Consignment Sale
1. Holstein heifers selling from a free stall herd consisting of 20
bred;16 yearlings and 22 started to 6 months old. All AI sired.
2. 30 Holstein Heifers ranging from 5 months to handling,
3. 10 Heifers all Holsteins bred 3 months to handling.
4. Plus our usual run of dairy cows and service bulls.
All dairy cows & heifers vet checked and nasaled at our sale barn.
Our market is open Wednesdays 8 AM to 5 PM to accept
cattle for our Thursday Sale.
upcoming sales
Thurs., April 2 - 100 dairy herd consigned. This Is a freestall dairy.
Sat.,April 4 - D G Smith & Sons, Trew Hill Rd., Munnsville, NY
Farm. Machinery Auction 11:00 AM..
Wed., April 8 - Farm Machinery Auction Elaine Cook & Wayne
Hudson(Zelson Farm) Fort Plain, NY 11:00 AM.
Sat., April 11- Spring Machinery Consignment Sale at Market.
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For Information Call Office: 1-800-257-1819 or 1-315-829-3105
_______________________________________________
Manager & Auctioneer: Tim Miller (cell) 315-440-9683
(home) 607-847-6475
Auctioneers: Ken Hughs 315-436-2215
David Sherwood 315-436-0804
CHECK OUR WEBSITE @ www.empirelivestock.com for a list of sales
TREE WORK / STUMP GRINDING AFFORDABLE TREE WORK /
STUMP GRINDING; TRIMMING / FELLING / TAKE DOWNS /
REMOVALS ETC... (65’ aerial bucket truck service) Land clearing
; ( track machine front mount brush hog / forestry mulcher ) Trees
for sale / installed (below wholesale / quantity discounts) fully
equipped and insured , fast and friendly since 1986 ! Brian Harrison
Inc , Manlius New York 315-677-9348 *SPRING SPECIAL: 4-5’
arborvitae (great for windbreak or privacy hedge) $25.00 each, 10
or more $ 20.00 each (m23-4)
SEPTIC TANK PUMPING SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS
PUMPED AND CLEANED. Prompt, reliable & reasonable rates.
Serving the public since 1954. DEWEY NORTHRUP. Tully NY.
696-5691. (apr04)
MISC. SERVICES
SHEARS AND KNIVES
SHARPENED: Cazenovia Lumber Co., 655-3417. (fc)
DeRuyter
Farm & Garden Coop
CROP MEETING
Thursday, March 26
Sponsored by DeRuyter Farm & Garden Coop
DeRuyter American Legion Hall, 10 a.m. Registration
Earn Credits and get the latest updates on crops & pesticides
Lunch Served At Noon. Reservations appreciated.
Any Questions 315-852-3316
HANDYMAN SERVICE RIEDL’S HANDYMAN SERVICES:
655-5975. Steve - Sandy - Derek. General Home Maintenance,
Light Remodeling, Porches and Decks, Fully Insured. 40 yrs. exp.
in Remodeling and Structural Repairs. (m23-4)
SAVE MONEY!! - SAVE MONEY!! - SAVE MONEY!!
Cut Fuel Consumption - Eliminate Damaging Ice
Reduce Electric Bill
Create Comfortable Healthy Air Controlled
Environment in Your Home (WORTH CHECKING OUT!)
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Small Company – Big Results
__________________________________________
(315)837-9633 Cell (315)200-6971
[email protected]
DRIVE WAY REPAIR IS YOUR DRIVEWAY MUDDY?
runner crush / driveway mix delivered / spread, driveway additions / repairs,
drainage solutions, culverts / tile / ditching. Fully equipped and insured, fast and
friendly service since 1986 ! Brian Harrison Inc, Manlius New York 315-6779348. * SPRING SPECIAL: 8-9 TON LOAD RUNNER CRUSH DELIVERED
$200.00 * (plus tax , some restrictions may apply) (m23-4)
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR CHAINSAWS - Sharpened, cut
to size for chainsaw chains at Moyer’s Sales and Service. 8523367. (f8-c)
37+ YEARS EXPERIENCE in small engine power equipment,
over 22,000 parts in stock. State of the Art Shop - Moyer’s Sales.
852-3367. (o3c)
CRAFTSMAN LAWN & GARDEN PARTS & SERVICE available
at Moyer’s Sales & Service, DeRuyter. 852-3367. (a18-c)
EXCAVATION
•DRIVEWAYS
•FOUNDATIONS
•DEMOLITION
•WATER LINES
•LIGHT TRUCKING
•ELECTRIC LINES
•RETAINING WALLS •BUSH HOGGING
•DRAINAGE •REPAIR CELLAR WALLS
•BLOCK, BRICK CONCRETE WORK
•HOUSE JACKING •SEPTIC
• REMODELING
40 Years Experience / Insured
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RICK COOLEY • MATT COOLEY
Cell 440-3246 Cell 751-9525
315-683-5425
CREDITS Available
TOWARDS PESTICIDE
LICENSE
Ricotta Fruit
Tart
Ingredients: Serves 10-12
Crust (makes 2 dough
balls):
•3 cups all-purpose flour
•1 1/4 cups (2 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter, cold
•3/4 cup powdered sugar
•1/4 cup ice water
•2 eggs
•1/2 teaspoon salt
•1/4 teaspoon lemon zest
Filling:
•2 cups ricotta
•2 cups mascarpone
•3-5 tablespoons honey
•1/2 vanilla bean, seeds scraped
•1/2 teaspoon freshly grated lemon zest
Fruit Topping:
•1 cup blueberries
•1 cup raspberries
•1 cup blackberries
•1 cup red currants
Glaze:
•1/2 cup water
•1/2 cup orange juice
•1/4 cup sugar
•2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
•1 tablespoon cornstarch
Directions
1.In a large bowl or mixer, mix ricotta and mascarpone
WILKINSON COAL
$
7 bag/$280 ton - RICE & NUT
$
248.00 PER TON BULK
315-655-5777
Nelson Road, Fenner
Contact Us: FAX or Phone 315-655-9431, E-mail: [email protected] or Our Website www.hineighbor.net
Fabius, NY
Farm Machinery Auction
D G Smith and Sons
6555 Trew Hill Road, Munnsville, NY 13409
Saturday, April 4, 2015 Time: 11:00 AM
Tractors Includes:
Case IH MX 230 4 X 4 W/cab & duals; JD 7810 4 X 4 w/cab; IH
1486 w/cab; Ford 7000; Bobcat S-185 skidsteer (attachments);
NH LS160 (blown motor).
MACHINERY: 1979 IH Paystar dumptruck; Eby 14’ bumper
pull cattle trailer; NH 795 spreader; Katolite 55kw generator; 5’
brush hog; Hoof trimming chute.
TILLAGE: Case IH 7500 5 btm var width plow; JD 714 11
shank chisel plow; JD 235 20’ disc w/scratch tires; Case IH
496 23’ disk; IH 415 15’ cultimulcher; JD 7200 6 row planter dry
fertilizer; JD 8200 grain drill; Demco 500 gal sprayer 45’ boom.
HARVEST: Gehl 1285 chopper w/2 row corn head & 7 ft. hay
head; Case IH 1063 6 row corn head; Miller pro rear unload
wagon; H & S rear unload wagon; Meyer front unload wagon;
Miller pro front unload wagon; Case IH 600 blower; NH whirlfeed blower; Kilbros wagon.
HAY EQUIPMENT: NH 575 baler; Gehl 1470 round baler;
Kuhn rotary rake; Kuhn 4 star tedder; 3 metal hay wagons; 30’
round baler wagon (17 bales).
Limited amount of small stuff for this sale.
Lunch available Trucking Available Port-a-john on site
Terms: Cash or good NY state check day of sale. Selling by
numbers-positive ID required.
Out-of-state buyers must bring a letter of guarantee addressed
to Empire Livestock. Nothing to be removed until settled for.
DIRECTIONS: From North: Take Route 46 for 2 miles South
of Munnsville take left onto Morris Road then a right onto Trew
Hill Road to the farm. From South: take Route 20 between
Morrisville and Madison go North on Route 46 for 6 miles then
turn right onto Morris Road then take right onto Trew Hill Road
to the farm.
OWNERS: Brian and Steve Smith
Auction by: Empire Livestock/Burtons, Vernon, NY 13476
1-800-257-1819 or 1-315-829-3105
Sales Manager and Auctioneer: Tim Miller 315-440-9683
Auctioneers: Ken Hughs 315-436-2215
David Sherwood 315-436-0804
together until completely combined, then add in honey, vanilla
bean seeds and lemon zest. Beat until smooth.
2.Cover mixture with plastic wrap and refrigerate 1-2 hours.
3.Begin the glaze by whisking together sugar and cornstarch
in a small saucepan. Stir in water, orange juice and lemon juice.
4.Bring mixture to a boil and cook for 1 minute. Then remove
from heat and let cool completely. Refrigerate until needed.
5.For the dough: pulse flour, sugar and salt in a food processor
until combined. Then add cold butter and pulse until butter is
the size of peas and mixture is crumbly.
6.Slowly drizzle in ice water with the food processor running
until dough begins to come together. Then add eggs. Mix until
fully incorporated.
7.Set up 2, large pieces of plastic wrap and turn dough out.
Divide in half, roll each half into a ball, then flatten each into
a disc.
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into cancer therapies. His laboratory showed a significant
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Source: European Southern Observatory - ESO
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surface than the Atlantic Ocean does on Earth, according to
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The researchers distinguished the chemical signatures of the
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along with instruments at the W. M. Keck Observatory and the
NASA Infrared Telescope Facility in Hawaii. By comparing the
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microclimates, even though modern Mars is essentially a desert.
Ulli Kaeufl of ESO, who was responsible for building one
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new paper, adds: “I am again overwhelmed by how much power
there is in remote sensing on other planets using astronomical
telescopes: we found an ancient ocean more than 100 million
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It is possible that Mars once had even more water, some of
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new maps reveal microclimates and changes in the atmospheric
water content over time, they may also prove to be useful in
the continuing search for underground water.
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The results appear online in the journal Science today.
About four billion years ago, the young planet would have
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about 140 metres deep, but it is more likely that the liquid
would have pooled to form an ocean occupying almost half
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depths greater than 1.6 kilometres.
“Our study provides a solid estimate of how much water
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USA, and lead author of the new paper. “With this work, we
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Earth’s ocean water, implying that water in Mars’s permanent
ice caps is enriched eight-fold. Mars must have lost a volume
of water 6.5 times larger than the present polar caps to provide
such a high level of enrichment. The volume of Mars’s early
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Chapter 5 - Continued
and the tin man was now the Emperor of the Country of
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from the forest, who served Princess Ozma, and Professor H. M.
Wogglebug, T.E. This wogglebug was a remarkable creature. He
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be seen more plainly, and while in this magnified condition he
had escaped. He had always remained big, and he dressed like
a dandy and was so full of knowledge and information (which
are distinct acquirements) that he had been made a Professor
and the head of the Royal College.
Dorothy had a nice visit with these old friends, and also talked
a long time with the Wizard, who was little and old and withered
and dried up, but as merry and active as a child. Afterward, she
went to see Billina’s fast-growing family of chicks.
Toto, Dorothy’s little black dog, also met with a cordial
reception. Toto was an especial friend of the Shaggy Man, and
he knew every one else. Being the only dog in the Land of Oz,
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Dorothy had four lovely rooms in the palace, which were
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These consisted of a beautiful sitting room, a dressing room, a
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with loving thoughtfulness by Ozma for her little friend’s
use. The royal dressmakers had the little girl’s measure, so
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No wonder Dorothy had refrained from bringing with her her
old calico and gingham dresses! Here everything that was dear
to a little girl’s heart was supplied in profusion, and nothing so
rich and beautiful could ever have been found in the biggest
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to live in Kansas was because her uncle and aunt loved her and
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than she was to possess such luxury for herself.
Next morning, at Ozma’s request, Dorothy dressed herself
in a pretty sky-blue gown of rich silk, trimmed with real pearls.
The buckles of her shoes were set with pearls, too, and more
of these priceless gems were on a lovely coronet which she
wore upon her forehead. “For,” said her friend Ozma, “from
this time forth, my dear, you must assume your rightful rank
as a Princess of Oz, and being my chosen companion you must
dress in a way befitting the dignity of your position.”
Dorothy agreed to this, although she knew that neither
gowns nor jewels could make her anything else than the simple,
unaffected little girl she had always been.
As soon as they had breakfasted--the girls eating together
in Ozma’s pretty boudoir--the Ruler of Oz said:
Now, dear friend, we will use the Magic Belt to transport
your uncle and aunt from Kansas to the Emerald City. But I
think it would be fitting, in receiving such distinguished guests,
for us to sit in my Throne Room.”
“Oh, they’re not very ‘stinguished, Ozma,” said Dorothy.
“They’re just plain people, like me.”
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