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PAGE TWO THE CATTARAU G U S TIM E S I The Truck That Gives Maximum Service SCH O O L CLOSED HERE W. G. T. U. Rally Furnished- Fitte-Rr©*- . gram at Church. (Too late for last issue. » Recent County Real Estate Transfers LEGAL KOTIGES Arkwright, June 28.—A t the school .meeting of ifist No. 3, Edgar Town Charlea A. Cagwin waa elected truatee; Miner Town; col- 1 Charles Holts, Machias, The Stewart quality that enters into the construction of a Stewart — The internal Gear Drive Axle of sturdy construction that delivers maximum driving power to the rear wheels— ^ The great abundance of power supplied by the business end of the truck—the motor— And the fact that lector and C N, Black,'clerk. Several from here attended the Min­ strel play by Sheridan home talent, given at Hamlet last Friday evening. Ralph Scott ia driving a Ford truck. G. Sager and family visited at Mrs. Grace Elwell’s last Sunday. Julian Abbott o f Naslfville, clipped sheep in this neighborhood last week. Oscar Snow of Dunkirk, and Mrs. C. H. Buchanan of Keach Hollow, were callers at school recently. Frank Lougee, who was on his Way to Savannah, Ga., visited at Mrs. Grace Elwell’a recently. Wallace Horton and family were visitors at Carl Hubbard’s Sunday. The town rssesssors started out ap­ praising last week. A. E! Meadows called at N. Black's Monday evening. Lorenzo Calmer was in town Tues­ day with a seven-pass/nger touring car he recently purchased. The Sunshine club members were entertained by the Class in Corner club at Evelda Shattuck’s at Hamlet Satur­ day evening Dorrit Horton Is assisting Mrs. Carl Mathewson with domestic duties. Born to Mr. and Mrs Carl Mathew- to Walter and I son, a daughter. June 7. In 5 Years No Mas Ever Worn Out is your guarantee of maximum Service. Four models to choose from: Y\- ton, 1-ton, lji-ton Floyd Mattison is remodeling Wil­ liam Ryder'e barn. Mr. and Mrs..Percy Abbey, Mr- and Mrs N. Black, Mr. and Mrs C. N. Blacn, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Black and. ''frw*tvtw*.ce u tlsbbe^Hajan» and 2-ton capacity at just the price you have in mind. J. E. MALONEY, Dealer Salamanca, New York BBfflpggaga MRS. J. H. R. MATTESON’S PSYCHIC CLA RVOYANT REMEDIES N O P E R S O N A L C A L L S Ar* Msrftif »clured sod Guaranteed by MRS. NfeLUE WHITftOMft c Daughter of the late Mrs. J. H. R. Matteson, the Noted Clairvoyant Doctress o Buffalo. N. Y; DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET, WITH FULL INFORMATION, SENT FREE Addreaa all communications to Mrs. NelHd Whitcomb, b o x 387, Buffalo, New York F o r S a l . by M ra , F . A. P l u n k e tt, C a t t a ra u g u s , N. Y. Willette, No. 120581 Registered Percheon Stallion Black with Star, weight • 1800, coming 4 years. For Service at my Farm between Cat­ taraugus, (4 miles) and East Leon, (1 mile.) HERMAN C. PICKUP, ROUTE 2. - CATTARAUGUS, N. Y. Fresh Fish I Fresh Fish are now in stock. Place your order early. Haiti Bacon Lard Compound Saifsage 38c 38c 30c 26c 25c PAUL SCHOLL Cattaraugus, N. Y. county convention at Dunkirk, June 14. .. Mesdames Edna and Clara Black called oh John HykeJ in the Dunkirk hospital Friday. Miss Buchanan closed a successful term of school at Dist. No. 3 Friday with a picnic. Each pupil received- a silk flag in memory of the day Ex­ amination averages were very good here. The entire first grade was pro­ moted for their excellent work. Es­ ther Gay received a thrift stamp- for the best attendance of tli« year. Mr. and Mrs Percy Abbey were among those who attended .Pomona Grange at Ellington June 13 N. Black and w ife and son Clarence and wifd called on Mrsi James Lewis of Charlotte Sunday afternoon. William Sager was the guest of his son, George Sager the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs, George Black and daughter, Mies Ada Black of North East, Pa./viBited his uncle, Nicholas Black and family in company with A. J. Black and family last Wednesday. The W. C T. U. rally at Millville church was well attended Sunday even­ ing in spite of the rain A good sum was realized for the Red Cross. The white ribbonera furnished a fine musi­ cal program and Rev Atkinson de livered an able address, which was much appreciated. Born to Will and Mabel Arnold, a son George Sager and family and Mrs. A. J. Black and daughter attended Hamlet L. A S. at the Red Cross rooms Wednesday. M-ra F H. Dudley and daughter Lois, returned from Fredonia Wednes­ day. C. H. Beebe and wite motored to Jamestown Friday. The Rabekahs and Odd Fellows lire arranging for a Fourth of Juiy picnic. Mesdafnes Julia Park, Edna Sager, Clara Black and Arthur Black attended Kebekah lodgde at Hamlet Tuesday evening. Ray Johnson is building a bungalo on his farm,' recently purchased at the Summit Alfreda Black spent Friday night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Black Mr. and Mrs. A; J. Black spent Wednesday evening at -C. Warner's at Hamlet. Mrs. Warner recently re­ turned from a Buffalo hospital, much improved in health. William S. Pierce Charles Holts, Machias, Hattie M Taylor Edith Joerg, Clean. Jennie E. Allen and husband to John and Ida Brooks, Clean. Katherine E. Geager to Guy C. Rice, Clean. John J Connell to Timothy and Flora M. Linehan, Olean Samuel Cooper to Joseph Donatchel- li, $175, Yorkshire. Emerson II, Elling and wife to A l ­ bert L. Vance, town of Clean. Karl M. Reynolds to Adolph Suthctf, Ellicottvilla, 60 acres William Reitz to Albert L. Vance, town of Olean. Leta May Laidlaw to France E. Dutton, Franklinville. B. Edward Border and wife to Don Babcock, Olean city. B. Edward Border and wife to Don Babcock, Olean Dana Herron and wife to Forest R. Herron, Olean Hortense Greene to Ward Potter, Machias, $2(10, two acres. Bret L. Andrews ahd wife to Patrick H. O'Day, Great Valley. Clarice Colt and others to Albert Colt and Frances Colt, his wife, Alle­ gany, 49 acres Willis A Chamberlin and wife to Elbert Demary, Frankilnville. Emily Rowley to W. J. Cherry, $15), Napoil, five acres. Harry M. Krampf and Clinton B. NOTICE 10 CREDITORS. ~~~— — J jP U H S U A N T , To an order of the and wife to j Hon GeurgcU^Larkin, County Judge cne-half acre, j and Acting SurrogatB^ot—Cattaraugus and wite to ' County> notice ia hereby given ^ t o e ll 13 acres • I persons having claims against the es^ tate of Henry Kaller, Sr-, late of the I Town of Dayton, Cattaraugus County, New York, deceased, that th°ji are re­ quired to present the same, with prop* er vouchers, to Henry Kaller, Jr., ex­ ecutor, of the Will of said deceased, at bis residence in the town of Leon, on or before the 15th day of August 1918 Dated January 31. 1918 HENRY KALLER, Jr., Executor LYN N R VANVLACK, Attorney for Petitioner, South Dayton, N. Y. 26tFeblAug9 Notice to Contractors. NOTICE TO CREDITORS PURSUANT, to an order of Hon., Albert A. Bird, Surrogate of Cattarau-' gus County, notice is hereby given to all persons having claiijns against the estate of Lydia A Wilcox,. late of the town of Dayton, Cattaraugus County. New York, deceased, that they are re jquired to present the same, with prop er vouchers, to Frank N. Rowe, ad­ ministrator of the estate of said de­ ceased, Ht South Dayton,' in the town of Dayton, on or before the 1st day o? November 1918. Dated April 13, 1918. FRANK N ROWE. Administrator LYN N R. VAN VLACK. Attorney for administrator 26tApr)90cl26 NOTICE TO CREDITORS A VERY SENSIBLE CORN RE­ MOVER. A raccoon will get the corn in the field and a Raccoon Corn Plaster will get the corn on your toe i f you give it a chance. That’s why so many people are saying: \T h e Coon Gets the Corn.\ Will you let him get yours? Why not end your painful corns by trying Raccoon Plasters at once? De lays are dangerous. Ask your drug­ gist for a package or write, Raccoon LeRoy, N. Y., for free sample. - Touching on Courtship. Touching courtship In other days, several Romeos contribute to colnmn svlty of the hour. One asks: “ Remem- b i t the time you had her out 1/oggy and she asked you i f ybu liked Seat or corn cakes best, and you R her why she wunted to know, she stuttered, and you both tittered, eh?”—Pittsburgh Post. W.- Wallace Virginia to George Geor- getson, Olean. Charles C. Fancher to James, Mary and Belle Phelan, PerryaDurg. John F, Levers to Mattie' E. Levers, .31, 139 acres, Ashford. Jevsie E; Rowland to Mary Darbee, Franklinville, one-half acre Charles Phearsdorf and wife to Rich­ ard J. Phearsdorf, Olean. Lafrone M. Wiltse and wife to Leon­ ard Becker, Allegany. Leonard Becker and wife to Lafrone and Elizabeth Wiltse, Allegany E. E. Bacon and wife to Nora Tay­ lor, Ischua, 26 acres. Georgs W. Milks to Sadie M. Simp­ son. Napoli. Blanche McAbon to Evelyn LeBar Brown, Olean. Edgar. Conner to Mary Shattuck, Portville, 3} acres. Elizabeth Moore to Joseph Gallets, Olean. * Albert Trowbridge and others to Elijah E. Booth, $4001), Ischua. Ida Hoffman to Miles and Mildred Miles, Olean Frank Sternborg and wife to Arthur W. Kettle, South Valley, 150 acres. Timothy McCarthy and wife to Flor­ ence McCarthy, Mansfield Leonard Becker and w ife to Harriet Townsend, Allegany. Emma, Austin to George C. Russell, Olean. William Duringer and wife to James Gregorio, Olean. Frank M. Hooper and wife to How­ ard Hurlbut, Farmersville, .2 acre. Frank M. Hooper and wife to How­ ard S. Hurlbut, $13.25, Farmersville, 197 acre. Charles Cagwin and wife to Luna Vedder, Machias, three acres. . William Reitz and wife to The Olean Real Estate Co , Olean. Lewis Smtih and wife to George P, Smith, Olean. Celia A. Bush to William and Denton Martin, Machias, 62§ acres. Frederick Luss and wife to Clayton Luss and Claude Lusa, Ellicottville, 200 arces Thayer E Waring and wife to Well­ ington Holmes, Machias, 100 acres. James P. Johnson and wife to John and Emma Fox, $300, Olean. Alfred A: Very and wife to Floyd Manwaring, Machias, 89'ac.rea W Hugh Lincoln and wife to Jasper qjqd Edna Foster, Olean. .. > f Emmett T. Daveyto Maurice Parry, Leon, 151 acres. Leonard T Boats and wife to Fred D Abrams, Olean.: Fred D. Abrams to Leonard and Helen Boats, Oleaii. Herbert C- Rolfe and wife to Sig­ mund and Maria Antonio Senh, $8000, Napoli, 150 acres. Alice A Bentley Holman to 1 Arthur G. Warren, Conewango, 11 acres. Earl R. Washburr.e and wife to Lola and Guy Rivenburgb, $13,750, Frank­ linville. Ralph E Smith and wife to Grover and Anna Whldeck, Allegany. Charles Holts and wife to William S. Pierce, Machias,'one-half acre. Frederick Reitz and wife to William L. Reitz, Olean. Mary K. Hoffmire to Fred Forness, ©lean. PURSUANT, T ia n order of Hon. Albert A. Bird, Suriogate of Cattarau­ gus County notice is hereby given to all persons having clainjs against the estate at William G. -Bury, late of the own of Bait .OTOrOliRiffiWBi'^oiih- ty, New York, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with proper Vouchers, to Iona H. Bury, ex­ ecutrix of the last Will and Testament ( of said deceased, at her residence - in the town of East Otto, on or before the 23rd day of November, 1918. Dated May 15th, T918 IONA H. BURY, Executrix. HERMAN LAVERY, Attorney for.Executrix, Cattaraugus, N. Y 26tMayl7Nov22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. PURSUANT, To an. order of Hon. Albert A. Bird, Surrogate of Cattar­ augus County, notice is hereby given tp all persons having claims against the estate of Henry.Gold, late of the town ot Otto. Cattaraugus ' County, New York, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with proper vouchers, to John H. Gold, ad­ ministrator with the Will annexed of the goods, chattels and credits ef said deceatfed/at the residence of said ad­ ministrator in the r.own of Otto, N. Y., on or before the 14th day of December, 1918. Dated June 5th, 1918. JOHN H. GOLD, , Administrator with the Will annexed HERMAN LAVERY. Attorney for Administrator, Cattaraugus, N. Y. 26tJune7Dec14 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. PURSUANT, To an order -of Hon.. George A Larkin, County Judge and Acting Surrogate of Cattaraugus County, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the es­ tate of Horace Lovett, late of the town of East Otto, Cattaraugus Coun­ ty, New 'York, deceased, that they are required to present the same, with proper vouchers, to Ida Ford, adminis­ tratrix of the estate of said deceased, at her home in the town of East Otto, N Y., on or before the Slat day of July, 1918. Dated East Otto, N. Y., January 22, 1918. IDA FORD, Administratrix 26tJan25JuIy26 NOTICE TO CREDITORS PURSUANT, to an order of Ron. Albert A. Bird, Surrogate of Cattar­ augus County, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Flora J. Springer, late of the town of Perrysburg, Cattaraugus County, New York, deceased, that they are required to. present the same, with proper vouchers, to Ethel S. Allen, administratrix of the estate of said deceased, at her residence in the town of Dayton, in said county qf Cattaraugus, on or before the 26th day of October, 1918. Dated at Dayton, N. Y., April 13, 1918 ETHEL S ALLEN, Administratrix 26tAprl9Uct25 The Board of Education of Union Free School District No. I, 'Iown of New Albion, Cattaraugus, New York, having been given authority on April 22tad, 1918, by the voters of the afore said district to erect a combination grade and high school building, to bo knn—n as the Cattaraugus High School, and to be located in Cattaraugus, N, Tr^-hereby. invites reputable contrac­ tors' to submit sealedpropagals for the I erection, in part or as a whole, oFaiud I building, the plans and specifications I tor which have been prepared by Wil­ liam Thomas Towner, Architect, 100 Mormngside Drive, New York City, telephone 6272 Morningside, and from whom all further information may bo obtained To be entitled to consideration tbe j proposal must conform to »11 require­ ments of the plans and specification! j and must be made upon tbe form that I will be provided by the Architect and said form must be completed in accordance with ,tbe following [ ‘ ‘ Instructions to Bidders” and ehall he delivered to Mr. A. M Worry, Clerk of the Board of Education, at his office in Cattaraugus, N, Y.,. not later than 8 p. m. Tuesday, July 16. 1918. Said proposals shall be accompanied by a cot tilled cheque, draft or bidden bond in the amo.unt of 2% of the. amount of tbe proposal. Said cheque,\ draft or bond shall be forfeited to the Board as liquidated damsges by any contractor to whom sn award it made, in event of his failure to enter into a contract and furnish thb re­ quired bond within five days after end award is made. The completed fera o f proposal shall he without Initerliee- ation, alteration or erasure; addition- «1 forme of proposals will be eent by the Architect if neceeeary The successful contractor will be re­ quired to furnish to the Board an ap­ proved Surety Company s bond in end an amount and satisfactory is ib terms, and conditions, as they may require. No oral, telegraphic or telephonic proposals or modifications thereof «ill be'considered Proposals shall be addressed te tbe Board and {delivered to. the Clerk a . h miike? •‘ Proposal''and hearing the title if the work and tne name and addreer i! the bidder. Should a bidder fin 1 discrepancies cf any nature in, nr omissions from, Ik drawings or specifications, or ibnM he be in doubt as to their mcanioi,k shall at once notify the Architect,«) will send a written instruction to il bidders Neither the Board or the Ar- chitect will be responsible for any tnl instructions as all such will be made the subject of a bulletin during tk time of bidding and in closing i m- tract will become a part of said con­ tract. Before submitting a proposal, bk ders should carefully examine Ik drawings and specifications, visit tk site, fully inform themselves u s ail existing conditions and limiiitmi and submit proposals accordingly The competency and responsibly of the bidders and their sob-cost'» tors will be considered in making Ik 1 award. The Board reserves the right to rr ject any and all bids and also n - serves the.right to waive stty teebt caiity not expressly forbidden by li>. should it deem it to the best interob of the School District to do so Plans and specifications may be o- amined on and after June 26tb, 1911 at the following offices: Mr. A. M. Mowry, Cattaracgoi N. Y. . . T'. W. Dodge Co ., Iroquois Building Buffalo, N Y F. W. Dodge Go.. 105 Weil (Hi Street, New York City. William Thomas Towner. 100 Hon ingside Drive, New York City. Copies may be obtained on and ifiej June 26th upon application to tbs At chitect above named and may bi n tained for a reasonable length of tia as may be agreed upon, and ill din­ ings and specifications shall be n turned with the proposals'. All contractors examining the | at the offices given above should » tify the Architect of their namet uij addresses so that any bulletin! tbx may be issued will reach them prosy! ly- (Signed) > ' ■ A A. Bird, President, A. M Mowry, Clerk, William Thomas Towner, ArcbiM, 2tJune22ii ALL TIRED OUT Hundreds Mors in CattarauiUi Plight. In tin H i BUFFALO Friendly Life. Life is n struggle, but not a war­ fare ; it is a day’s lubor, but labor on God’s earth, under the sun and stars with other laborers, where we may think and sing and rejoice as we work. —John Burroughs. Paint From Hani Paint and varnish can easily be re* moved from one’s hands by first rub* bing any kind of grease or lard well Into hands, then washing them with warm water and soap. ---- -- -------- -- — VfeJO» - ■ Tired all the time; Weary and worn out night and day; Back ache*; head a chef,. Your kidneys are.probably w«k«:| You should help, them at their wort. | Let one who knows tell you bo* Miss L. Burmaster, Franklin 8J Cattaraugus, says: \Wheq I <®l cold it seems to settle on my kidneys »1 brings on attacks of kidney comydridj Sometimes, the pains are quite i through my kidneys and I feel arise all over. I feel tired and languid, and am subject to headaches, and < spells. I use Doan’s Kidney PBls* away getting them at Harvey & ( Drug store, and they soon fix me fine shape. I can praise this me® highly.’ ’ ' Price 60c, at all dealers. Dos'! ply ask for a kidney remedy—gett Kidney Pills—(he same that master uses. Fost er-MilburnCo..P Buffalo, N'. Y. RHEMATISM CAN BE CUK®| Sufferers with Rheumatism, I gta, Neuritis, Lumbaim Sei*® Rheumatoid, Arthritis or Gort^ matter how severe your case ft 1 for my Free book Frederick M. D., Dept. N. Y. 372 Boyl*»5 Boston, Mass. Du# 0 *

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