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The Wyoming County herald. (Bliss and Silver Springs, N.Y.) 1891-1927, June 25, 1926, Image 2

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t * AGE TWO SARDINIA NEWS (Mr. Burroughs and •wife and daughter arid Mrs. Lafferty of Penn­ sylvania were callers at the Elmer Crowell home, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crowell attend­ ed the funeral of Mrs. Nelson Hyde at Sardinia. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Murphy and daughters, Mrs. Friedly and Mr. and Mrs. Avery Dodge and son were Sun­ day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eider. Martice Bolender was in town, Fri­ day. IMTS. Ira Proctor, Mrs. Lena Bridg- man, son William and wife, were out over Sunday to the homestead; also attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris at Franklinville, Sunday. Mrs. E. A. Bakeman and son, Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bakeman, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Follett and Mr. Willis Anderson of Arcade were callers at the home of Fred Armstrong and family, Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Simons, Mr. and MTS. Burt Armading attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. William Ferris at Franklinville', Sunday. Wesley Pitcher and Arvilla Wil­ son of Buffalo were week-end guests of Jessie Pitcher. Merl Barrow, wife and son, David, were week-end guests of friends in Buffalo. Alice Pitcher is spending the week in Buffalo. Al. Benjamin had business in town Friday. G. W. Dake spent Tuesday in Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Knight of Arcade were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Frank Sears, Sunday. Orrin Dake and wife and son, Claude Dake, and family of Wales, Mr. Perry Dake and family and the •Misses Hopkins of East Aurora were guests at the G. W. Dake home, Sun­ day. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Churchill of Jamestown, Dorothy McClure of Yorkshire were callers at the Jessie Pitcher home, Monday. Albert Ellis and daughter, Arline, of Franklinville were callers at the Charles Woodward home, Saturday. | Jay Titus and wife and mother, Mrs. L. Shedd, Mrs, Charles Phelps of Delevan were callers at the Hattie Pitcher home, Sunday afternoon. Fred Armstrong and family and Mabel Fairfield and children were guests of Ed. Armstrong and family at Franklinville, Saturday. Fred Wood, wife and daughter, L. E. Wood and wife of Rochester, P. Larson and family of Franklinville, William Phinney and family of Dele- van, Harold Hopkins and wife of Ar­ cade, Ed. Phinney of West Valley were guests at the Walter Wood home, Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Barrows is spending a few days in Buffalo, Miss Ruth Denny has been the guest of Mrs. Metta Denny, the past week. MISS ALICE NICHOLS Miss Alice Nichols of Chaffee died at the Warsaw hospital on Monday evening, June 14th following injuries received at Chaffee when run down by an automobile on the evening of Memorial day. One arm was broken in two places, her leg was broken and she was bruised and badly shaken up. From the first her condition was criti­ cal. Alice Nichols was born r in Ohaffee, January 31, 1847, the daughter of Clark and Nancy Howell Nichols. Among those surviving are two nephews, Dr. Carl- Mann of Arling­ ton, N. J., and Robert Mann of War­ saw. The funeral was held June 17th. She was buried in the family lot in Sardinia. GLENWOOD AGRIGRAPHS Mrs. J. E. Schrader and daughter, Ruth, and Mrs. John Smith spent Sunday with Mrs. Nellie Frank at Cuba, N. Y. Earl Lux of Blasdell and John Lux Jr., of Colden spent Sunday with F. Lux. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ulrick of Blasdell spent Sunday with relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. R. Frew and daugh­ ter, Bernice, of Hamburg visited relatives in town, Sunday. Mrs. Gertie Crump was a Spring- ville caller, Saturday. Mrs. F. Hayden was a Springville visitor, Friday. Miss Jennie Crump has accepted a position with Mrs. George Short. Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Willis and son of Orchard Park spent Sunday with J. C. Yost. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dunklin of Jew- ettville spent Sunday with George Short. William Short, who has been quite ill, is now on the gain, and his wife is in very poor health at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Waite and children, Mr. and Mrs. C. DeVere and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gage of Buffalo called on Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Carroll, Sunday. Dr. Jehle of Boston was called at 2 p. m.-, Sunday, to attend E. J. Car­ roll, who was taken suddenly in. William Church has accepted a po­ sition in the basket factory at Or­ chard Park. Josephine Friedman is visiting in Blasdell this week. Ruth Schrader spent Monday with Miss Joan Bancroft on Center street. Miss Evelyn Treat of Footes was i n town, Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Ohadwick and Mrs. J.. G. Sullivan spent Saturday in Gar- denville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Matthews of Gardenville called on George Eickmeier, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Closkey spent Sun­ day at the Loren Irish home. Mr. and Mrs. W. l'rish called on C. French, Sunday. •MY. and Mrs. John Randall called on J. F. Sullivan, Sunday. M^re gas wells are being started. A Tonic Restorative SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD-LIVER OI L > FOR NUM1NO MOTHERS ABOUNDS IN VITAMINS CITIZENS BANK OF ATTICA * GAVE FIREMEN $550 In recognition of their efforts, in saving the Citizens Bank building from destruction during the fierce conflagration which destroyed the At­ tica Mills and C. F. Winter's build­ ing, the directors- 3f the Citizens bank voted to present each of the fire 'companies, Attica, Batavia, Darien, Varysburg and Warsaw, with a check for $100. The Women's Auxiliary of the Harded-O'Donnell prist, American Le­ gion was presented with a $50 check for their thoughtfulness in' providing hot coffee and other refreshments for the firemen. Officials of the village, who, call­ ing on the assisting fire departments for their bills, were told there was no charge for the services rendered, were happy to present them with the bank's checks for their greatly appre­ ciated and helpful assistance during that trying time. Considerable Arcade capital is in­ vested in the stock of this bank. Mr. Bert Sands, formerly of Arcade, is the genial cashier. FREEDOM UNION SCHOOL Cattle on pasture need to be salt­ ed regularly. He is great who confers the most benefits.—Emerson, t The best way to use a lawn mower is often. No single item improves the looks of a 'home so much in the summer time as the lawn mower. An extra horse fork on hand at the right time may save tons of hay and dozens of dollars when the one in use breaks. Do not feed poultry sour milk or buttermilk in metal containers, as the acid in the milk acts on them to form a poison, fatal to chicks. New galvan­ ized iron utensils are particularly bad,. The state college of griculture at Ithaca has a new bulletin on the Bang abortion disease in cattle. It is of interest to every dairyman, and anyone can have copy who will ask for E-137. PUBLIC NOTICE STATE OF NEW YORK PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ALBANY Case No. 3804. June 17, 1926. Vn the matter of the elimination, under Chapter 233, Laws of 1926, of the h.ghway grade crossings of State Highway No> 5622 and Coley Road at Protection, in the town of Sardinia, Erie County, and the railroad operat­ ed by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing in the above entitled matter will be held by the Com­ mission at its office, Room 206 Un­ derbill Building, No. 158 Pearl street in the city of Buffalo, on the ninth day of July, 1926, at ten o'clock A, M. (daylight saving time). By the Commission H. M. INGRAM, 16 Acting Secretary. Following are the results of the Regents examinations held at 'Free­ dom Union 'School, June 14 t o 18. Arithmetic—Clifford Murray, Ivan Lawrence. Geography — Russell Williams, Donald Morgan, Willard Hewlett, Glenn Moore, Hattie Fuller, Duval King, Ivan Lawrence, Shirley Law­ rence. Elem. U. S. History—Victor Ed­ munds, Lois Higgins, Catherine Tumi- dolsky, George Tumidolsky, Clifford Murray, Duval King. Elem. Eng.—Lois Higgins, Cath­ erine Tumidolsky, Charles Horton, Clifford Murray, Victor Edmunds, Duval King. Spelling — Catherine Tumidolsky, Lois Higgins, Clifford Murray, Don­ ald Morgan, Ivan Lawrence, Duval King. Reading—Victor Edmands, Lois Higgins, Catherine Tumidolsky, Du­ val King. Writing—Lois Higgins, Catherine Tumidolsky, Duval King. Elem. Algebra—Charles Davis, Al- lena Owens, Elmo Corsett, Milford Worthington, Stanley Tumidolsky. Elem. Biology — Harold Ford, Stanley Tumidolsky, Duane Fergu­ son. Civics—Harold Ford, Ralph Brown, Elmo Corsett, LeVerne Soutball, Mil- ford Worthington, Gordon Storms, Gilbert Schoepflin, Duane Ferguson. Latin II—Bertram Howlett, Elmo Corsett. History A—Duane Ferguson, Alice Owens, Allena Owens, Elmo Corsett, Bertram Howlett, LuVerne Southall, Charles Davis. Geometry—Gordon Storms, Bert­ ram Howlett. Eng. Grammar—Allena Owens, Bertram Howlett, Elmo Corsett. STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT: WYOMING COUNTY. * Mary F. Knight, Plaintiff, vs. Mary A. Mitchell, individually and as administrator with the Will An­ nexed of Winifred Reed, deceased, St. Mary£s Catholic Church of Arcade, St Joseph's Catholic Church of Bliss, St. Peter & Paul's Catholic Church of Arcade, the Catholic Shrine of Washington, D. C, John J. Reed, Burt Reed, Ella Burrows, Nellie Burrows, Marian Donahoe, Anthony Romaski, being all the devisees'and legatees under the Will of said Winifred Reed, de­ ceased; Stanley Gillespie,. Ellen Burrows, legatees and devisees un­ der the Will of James N. Gillespie, deceased; Abraham T. Kerr:-Susie Norton, Emmett Wales (unmarri­ ed), Louis Wales (unmarried), Leo Wales (unmarried), Margaret Wales, Frank Wales and Mary, his wife, (the name Mary being fictitious, iher. true name being unknown to the plaintiff), Emma Barl, Anna Bennett, James Wales (unmarried), Mary Skinner, Theressa Harrington, Mattie Thornton, Lottie Wales, Aggie Mc- Guire, Thomas Wales (unmarried), STATE OF NEW YORK, SUPREME COURT: ERIE COUNTY Horace iSelleck and Kate Selleck, Plaintiffs, vs. ' • ' William F. Jeffords and Julia J. Jeffords, his wife, Caroline Lind- gren and United Natural Gas Company,- - Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment of fore­ closure and sale granted herein on the 22nd day of June, 1926, and duly entered in the Erie County Clerk's Office, I, the undersigned referee duly appointd for _such purpose, will sell at public auction to the highest bid­ der on the 7th day of August, 1926, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of that day at the Post Office in the Town and Village of Sardinia, Erie County, New York, the real estate described in eaid Judgment as follows: ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND, situate in the Town of Sardinia, County of Erie and State of New York, and described as being the south part of lot No. 47 in the seventh town and fifth range of townships of the Holland Land Com­ pany's purchase; bounded on the south by lot No. 46 fifty-four chains and eighty-six links. On the west by lot No. 55 eleven chains and sixty- George Barnes and Nora Barnes, j seven links. Bounded north by con- his wife, Marguerite Smith, Marie I ventional line east by south seven Slocum and Mammie French, being all the* heirs at law and next of kin of Bridget Wales, deceased, Defendants. To the above named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to an­ swer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer, or, if the complaint is not served with this Sumimons, to serve a notice of ap­ pearance, on the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service. In case of ypur failure to appear or answer, Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the com­ plaint. Trial to be held in the County of Wyoming. Dated June 22nd, 1926. KNIGHT & BENTLEY, Plaintiff's Attorneys. Office and Post Office Address, Arcade, N. Y. To the defendants, The Catholic chains. Thence east parallel to the first mentioned boundary forty-seven ohains and fifty-five links. Bounded east by lot No. 39 eleven chains and fifty-eight links, containing sixty- three acres of land more or less. Dated, June 23, 1926. JAMES S. PIERCE, Referee. Knight and Bentley, Plaintiff's Attorneys, Arcade, N. Y. 17t23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pursuant to an order of Hon. Albert A., Bird, Surrogate of the County of Cattaraugus, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of William P. Morgan, late of the town of Free­ dom, Cattaraugus County, N. Y., de­ ceased, that they are hereby required to present the same, together with the vouchers therefor, to the under­ signed executor of the Will of said deceased at his residence in the town AGRIGRAPHS Errors like straws upon -the surface flow; He who would search for pearls must dive below. —Dryden. Clover seed generally brings a good price. Ever think about growing it? One effect of the ^backward spring is that brood rearing is two t o three weeks late, as reported by beekeep­ ers. Pastures should be watched care­ fully; they had a poor start this spring, and should not be handicap­ ped by over-grazing. It used to be that a man tried to liva-within his income. Now the idea seems to be to have the weekly wages equal the installments and take a chance on such details as food and lodgings. December 31, 1926. Dated, June 25, 1926. ERNEST D. MORGAN, Knight & Bentley, Executor. Attorneys for Executor, Arcade, N. Y. 17t43 Shrine* JohnJ. Reed, Burt Reedi Ella ! ° f Freedom^ New^York, on or before Burrows, Marion Donahoe, Anthony Romaski, Abraham T. Kerr, Lottie Wales, Susie Norton, Emma Earl Aggie McGuire, Thomas Wales, and Mammie French, Frank Wales and \Mary\ Wales, his wife (the name Mary being fictitious): The foregoing Summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an Order of Honorable George A. Larkin, Justice of the Supreme Court, dated June 24, 1926, and filed with the Complaint in the Office of the Clerk of the County of Wyom­ ing at Warsaw, New York. This action is brought to foreclose certain mortgages''on real estate of which Winifred Reed died seized be­ ing a part of lot 37, town 7, range 3, also part of lot 38 and part of lot 22, in said town and range, being located in the town of Arcade, and also pur­ suant to the provisions of Article 15 of the Real Property Law for the purpose o£ quieting the title to sajd_| real estate. No personal claim is made against any defendant other than a defend­ ant who shall assert a claim adverse to the claim of the plaintiff herein. Dated June 25, 1926. KNrGHT & BENTLEY, Plaintiff's Attorneys. * Office and Post Office Address, Arcade, N. Y. 17t22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pursuant to an order of Hon. Bar­ ber B. Conable, ^Surrogate of the County of Wyoming, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Antionette Tilton, late of the Town of Arcade, Wyoming County, N. Y., deceased, that they are*hereby required to pre­ sent the same, together with the vouchers therefor, to the undersign­ ed Administrator of the goods, chat­ tels and credits of said deceased, at his office in the village of Arcade, New York, on or before the 11th day of December, 1926. Dated, June 11, 1926. Jackson H. Smith, \AaminTstrator. Knight & Bentley, Attorneys for Administrator, Arcade, N. Y. 15M2- Aunt Ada's Axioms: When trifles annoy, think of the trying things that God's children do. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned until 2 P. M., Standard time, July 7th, 1926, for the construction of the Colby Road, County Aid Town Highway, in the Town of Sardinia. Each proposal must be accompani­ ed by a certified check for at least 5 per cent of the amount of the pro­ posal. All proposals must be upon blank forms supplied by the Supervisor, Edward T. Miller, Sardinia, New York. Information may be obtain­ ed from Supervisor Miller. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to accept the lowest responsible proposal. HAROLD ROSIER, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Sardinia, New York. 16tl8 Smith won't buy just Paint- he buys Permanence When Smith has his house painted he ex­ pects its surface to-be beautified and protect­ ed from the element! for years to come. So he thinks he has not only a right but an ob­ ligation, to dictate the kind of paint to be used. And it's Acme Quality! ACME QUALITY Paint *>*Varnish Famous for giving \value received\ through 40yetn of use. Our store is Smith's Acme Quality Paint and Varnish Service Station. Yours, too. Make use» of it—today! ELSWORTH & SON Holland, N. Y. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pursuant to an order of Hon. Bar­ ber B. Conable, Surrogate of tbe County of Wyoming, notice ii hereby given to all persons- having clans* against the estate of Daniel Ms* honey, late of the Town of Arcade, Wyoming County, deceased, that they are hereby required to present the same, together\ 1 with the voucher! therefor, to the undersigned execu­ tors of the Will of said deceased at the office of Knijht £ Sentley, in the Village of Arcade, New York, on or before the 16th day of October, 1926. J. H. Smith and John Stinson, Jr., Executor). Knight & Bentley, Attorneys for Executors, Arcade, New York. 7tSl NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Puna- ant to an order of Hon. Barber B. Conable, Surrogate of the County of Wyoming, notice is hereby given U all persona having claims againit tit estate of John Hartman, late of tlx Town of Arcade, Wyoming County, New York, deceased, that they an hereby required to present the same, together with the Vouchers -therefor, to tbe undersigned Administrator of the goods, chattels, and crediti of •aid deceased at the office of KnlrM & Bentley, in the village of Arcade, New York, on or before the 2nd oaj of July, 1926. CHARLES B. SMALLW00D, County Treasurer, Administrator. Knight A Bentley, Attorney* for Administrator. Arcade. N. ,Y- 44U * -Scenes in \Abraham Lincoln.\ John Drinlcwatei-8 Dramatic Success which will bo presented hero by the Redpata Chautaqua known players. Never before he3 such a pretonUous play been presented on a Chautauqua platform Complete cast „i weU STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OP CATTARAUGUS\ Ora Beach, Plaintiff •*— vs. Charles Graham, if living, and if dead, all his heirs at law, Defendant. To the above named Defendant: You are hereby Summoned to an swer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer, or, if the complaint is not served with this Summons, to serve a notice of appearance, on the plaintiff's attor­ ney within twenty days after the service of this Summons, exclusive of the day of service. In case of your failure to appear or answer, Judg ment will be taken against you by de­ fault for the relief demanded in the complaint. Trial to be held in the County of Cattaraugus. Dated May 18th, 1926. James S. Pierce, Plaintiff's Attorney, Office and P. O. Address, Franklinville, N. Y. To the above named Defendant The foregoing Summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an order of Hon. Orla E. Black, dat­ ed the 2nd day of June,\ 1926, and filed with the complaint in the office of the Clerk of the County of Cattar­ augus, at Little Valley, N. Y. 15t20 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pursuant to an order of Hon. Bar­ ber B. Conable, Surrogate of the County of Wyoming, notice la Here­ by given to all persons having data* against the estate of Reuben J.Tfltdi, late of the Town of Arcade, Wyom­ ing County, deceased, that they «• hereby required to present the aaa*. together with the vouchers thereto to the undersigned executor of tt* Will of said deceased ^t his offlce l« the village of Arcade, New York, « or before the 22nd day of July, 1M* Dated, January 15, 1926. James H. Francis, Executor. Knight ft Bentley, Attorneys for Executor, . Arcade, N. Y. . NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Pornari to an order of Hon. Albert A. BOT, Surrogate of Cattaraugus Cons* notfee is hereby given to aD P«»»*J wing claims against tbe eitsto « Bella S. Xalyea, late of the Tows * Yorkshire, Cattaraugus County, Hi* York, deceased, that they are n- gufrad to present the name, proper vouchers, to the under»&*** administrator, at the offlce of txm * Bentley, hi the rfflipe of Area**, New York, on or before the Sni m of July, lMt, ' Dated,'December S». 19H. „ ALBERT E. SILLWAH, Administrate*' Kafgat * Bentley, Attorneys for Administrator. Arcade, K. T. <*' A dor. or two gives itf*** to tomato sauce.

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