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THE CATTARAUGUS TIMES PAGE FIVE mt A DISASTROUS FOURTH OF JULY FIRE is just as liable to of the country as visit your section It Person«!* and Locals. B K P P I C O P V R ltìH T * aSjesSlâo&^=:JS-E;£îJ elsewhere, it is . P w i >: absolutely certain to happen at many places, and there is a certainty of a large loss to occur from bqtlt Large and small fires. All good and reli­ able insurance companies are prepar­ ed to meet this loss. If you are not properly insured, SEE US TODAY. E. F. B E A C H & S O N Insurance of Every Description l,The Agency that Protects the Assured CATTARAUGUS, N. Y. Oualin.ea Explanation. Tbe teacher had asked the children ■to tell her something' ivlieut giants, liken oac -little boy blurted '¡at : “A letat IS an awfully—great—bh, big, |bi; mas—” and then a pause and, [fearing|ome. one would think lie be-s [lieved hn them, quickly.-added: \But [‘most everybody knot13 there isn't liny!\ 1 Rattlesnake Skin. The rattie of the rattlesnake Is de­ veloped from the single conical scale or epidermal spine, which in most snakes forms the internal tegument of the tail. The bone on which the root of the rattle rests consists of the last cntidal vertebra and is coveted with a skin which Is the beginning of the rat* tic in young rattlesnakes. /Become the Beneficiary of service and let tha STRENGTH and RELIABILITY of this AGENCY provide for you the BEST there is in INSURANCE. A. M. MO W R Y , Cattaraugus GeMratftreiirance ^ =, 'I ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY • July 4th PALACE THEATRE CATTARAUGUS- The German Curse in Russia Pathe’s amazing: War Film taken by an Ameri­ can, Captain Donald C. Thompson who is described by Alexander Powell as “ The Nerviest Man I Ever Met.” . M l .Actual Pictures of the Bolsheviki Riots, The Battalion of Death, and Fighting at the Front. A direct comparison of what this country would be under the Kaiser’s reign. ---- — ALSO ------- First Official Pictures of “Our Boys in France” Miss Helen McKee spent Sunday in Bradford. Mr and Mrs F. D. Blake were in Perrysburg Sunday. Leone Brown was home from CaUfp Dix from Saturday tilt Tuesday Mrs. Ernest Horth end Miss Helen Mitfer were in Salamanca this week’ Mr. and Mrs H. R. Swetland are the guests of his parents at Mills, Pa. Mrs F. L. Pickup spent a few day* visiting in Bradford and Derrick City. Miss Maude Williams of Buffalo, was a recent guest of^Miss Bertha Miller Jack Ormiby and wife of Bradford, I are visiting at the home^of Albert Mil­ ler. * __ Miss Daisy Koyse ol Erie, Pa., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pick­ ens .Mrs. Anna Coan and son Alden, were Tuesday guests of Mosher Valley rela­ tives Mrs. Mina Day and Miss Ruth Milks are the guests of Mr. and. Mrs ; H. C. Milks. Mrs J. A Dolan is- in New York receiving treatment from an eye specialist. Miss Emilie Rich completed her course in the Fredonia Normal school this week. Miss Marjorie Pickup is spending some time with her brother Leone at Randolph. Miss Beulah M. Pickup of Bradford, Pa., came home to attend the Mosher family reunion. Rev. Newtin Miner and son of Oleac, visited at the home of Albert Miller Monday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bullock and grandson James, are spending % few days in Buffalo. Mrs. Jessie M. Holbrook and son Robert, i n here irom Washington to spend the summer. '. Miss Emilie Larsen is home for the summer vacation, after a year's work in Fredonia Normal. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith attended the commencement exercises at Fre- donia Ncrmal Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles.Carlson, Oscar Carlson and Mrs. Harry Farqiiaharson spent Saturday in Buffalo. Mrs. William Harkness and John Gibbs of Rochester are in town for a few days' visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Young of Buffalo, were in town to attend the Alumni hanquet held last evening. Mr and Mrs. H. C Rich left this morning for Manchester Depot, Vt., where they expect to spend a week Miss Katherine Walter, formerly teacher in the Cattaraugus high school, is tbsgusit of friends in town Mrs. G. C. Bartlow has returned to her home at Crystal Beach, Can., attar a few days with her parents, Mr Mrs Fred Foster. Miss Christine King, Mrs. Casper, Miss Florence White and Earl Hannah of Kinzua, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A J- Clark Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F Allen left Sunday evening for a visit to Jackson. Mich., and Cardwell, Mont They ex pect to be home by the last of August, Mrs. E. N. Davis and Mrs. James E Romary epent Friday as guests of friends in Little Valley. Mr?. Romary returns from there to her home in Clif­ ton, N, J., after spending eeversl weeks with her parents here. M N. Wells ahd family, who have been vieiting Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Allen, left Sunday evening for Ann Arbor, Mich., where Mr. Wells will attend the fiftieth reunion of hi3 class of U. of M. before returning to Ins home in Cbanute, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Butler Potter of Col­ lins Center, were among those present from nut of town at the Potter reunion held last Saturday at the home of Ward Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Potter remained until Monday night, the guests of Mr. and Mr. A. G. Setter. Mrs. Anna S. Larsen left last even­ ing or New York, where Bhe will at tend a conference of representatives from Christian Science churches throughout the state to tormulate plane for camp welfare work. Mrs. Larsen goes as the .delegate from the C. S. church uf Salamanca Odd Fellows and Hebekahs and the oc­ casion will be remembered long after similar days have been .forgotten. At the appointed hour members o f the two organizations assembled at their hall at which place the line of march was formed for Liberty Park ceme­ tery., «There the exercises and decora tion of graves took place. Weather permitting the Erie band will appear in the second concert to­ morrow night. The first of the series was a most complete succeas from every point of view as was evidenced by tin approval of the crowd at every turnJ Between 1600 and 2000 people gathered to listen to a most superb musical program.. The program, starting st 8:30 and continuing until 10 o’clock, was of such a varied nature as to satisfy all tastes. The Etie band is an excellent organization worth coming miles to hear. n a CLASSIFIED ADS R A T E S Strictly Cash in Advance. One Insertion . ‘ . . . lc 'p e r word Minimum Charge . . .... 25c Subsequent Insertions . . % c per word Minimum Charge . . . . . . 15c FOUND—If you have lost any money callón D E. Powell and pay for this ad. FOR SALE- -Horse ' and delivery wagon H. F. Rood,. Cattaraugus, N Y. 4tJune28 Town of New Albion War Savings Committee War Savings Stamp Campaign £_ __ June 22 - 28, 1918 . Divisions ahd W orking Organizations Jessie Swetland WANTED—Women and men to work at tannery. Inquire Tannery office. C. Moench Sons Co., Gownnda N. Y. Wanted— Help, both male and fe­ male. Apply at office of Setter Bros. Co., Cattaraugus, N. Y.. April 5th. FOR SALE—Bicycle in good condi­ tion .Will sell qtieap Inquire nf,| ‘ Howard Darling, Route 3, Cattarau­ gus, N. Y. X 2tjune28 WANTED—Attendants for the insane. Youns or middle aged men.- Qualified men may enter the training school fo r nurses. Wage* $30.00 per month end ell living expenses with liberal increase of pay if services satisfactory. An­ nual vacation given with pay. References re* glared. Address, Superintendent state Hospital. Warrem, Pa. and W A NTED—YOUNG women between the ages o f eighteen. and thlrty-flve yean to take the Nunes Training Course at W . H. 8. Graduates eligible for State examination for register­ ed nurses. Wages $20.00 monthly during pro­ bation period o f three months and $22.00 month­ ly for balance o f Junior year. For further in­ formation apply to Superintendent, Warren State Hospital, Warren, Pa, FOR SALE— House on Jefferson street, opposite the Peter Larsen residence. Inquire of C. K. Rich, Cattaraugus, N. Y 4tJulyI9 FOR SALE—The house known as the Charles J. Rich house, corner of Jefferson and Franklin streets. In­ quire of C. R. Rich or B. C. ‘ Rich. 4tJulyl!) Business Section and Waverly Street: - Mrs. Anna S. Larsen, Mrs South Main, First and Second Streets: Mrs. Marjorie Smith, Miss Marjoye Pepperdine North Main, West and Division Streets: Mrs. Anna Rood, Mrs. Sylvia Carey Jefferson and Carter Streets: Mrs. Nora W. Taylor, Miss Clare E. True South, Lincoln and Scott Streets: * ’ Miss Ella Whitmeyer, Mrs. Alberta B. Pickens Leavenworth Street: Mrs. Helen H. Setter, Mrs. Bessie C. Mowry Franklin Street: Mrs. Johanna C. Milks, Mrs. Veva Straight Oakes & Burger Co., American Panel Co., Inc., Setter Bros. Co., Hires Condensed Milk Co.: Mi’s. Anna S. Larsen, Mrs. Jessie Swetland School District No. 2- W. E. Herrick; P. A. Beach, \School foistrict No. 3; L. H. Fancher, A- M. Mowry, School District No. 4: Wilson Milks,. H. C. Milks, J. F School District'No. 5: J. W. Watson, D. H. B. Wells, School District No. 6: S. H. Smith, G. W. Barker, J. L. A. Babcock ~--I*overs Lane, Smith.„Hill S.ecJtioru __ r . C. A. Brig£s, H .C . Oakes J. A. Dolan C. P. Setter . Vallely H. F. Rood B. Kilburn, This Space Contributed for the Winning o f the War by Bank of Cattaraugus DR. W. S. YOUNG, Optometrist, will be at W. O. Marvin & Son Jewelry store, Cattaraugus, every month fitting glasses, next visit Friday, June 28 tf FOR SALE- One Mcddl 1914 Krit Au tomobile in A 1 condition, just been overhauled. For sale cheap; a bar­ gain Inquire at Times office, Catt­ araugus, N. Y. 2tJune28 HR! ■ ■ ■ FOR RENT—The Gould property, 9- room house, with bath andjgas, large garden, various fruits. Will lease to responsible party. For full informa­ tion write R. D. Gould, 600 Electric Building, Buffalo, N Y. Apr26tf MATINEE 4:00 o’clock Ç 10c and 20c EVENING 8:30 o’clock 15c. and 25c v Saturday Night, Jane 29 Gladys Hulette in MISS N O B O D Y News and a Corking-B A T H E C O M E D Y PERFORMANCES A T 8:15 AND 10:00 O’CLOCK •The Thuradny club will me«t July 11 with Mrs. Georgia Kavanaugh. Through a misunderstanding the name of the young son of Mr. and Mrs William R Cooper was incorrectly given last week. The correct name is Frank' William Cooper Mr. and Mra Glen Lord have great­ ly added to the appearance of their home on South Street by the addition of a new verandp, the work having been done by F M. Thompson of East Otto, and John Delahoy of Conewango Valley. A new band stand has been erected at the intersection of Main and Wash­ ington streets, where the future Satur­ day, evening eoncerts will be held. This new loaation wifi be much pre- ferred to the former place on tbs cov­ ered hotel veranda Sunday was Memorial Day for tbs STRAYED—On the nremisea of the Fancher farm in Lest), this week, a two year-old mule colt and a two- year old black colt.\ Owner may have same by paying charges. Mike Little, Leon, N. Y. L. W. ALDRIDGE, Optometrist and Optician will be at F. D. Blake’s Jewelry store, Cattaraugus, again Tuesday, July 2. In home office Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 531 Brisbane Building, Buffalo, N. Y. FOR SALE—We have Farms for salé in nearly every county in New York state. If you are interested in any other kind of farm than a dairy farm or in a dairy farm in some other part of the state, we can fut- nish you any kind of a farm you may Aant. We will submit descrip­ tions of stock, fruit, truck or (iairy farms anywhere in New York state on request. Write us tfHJjiy for de­ scriptions. The Htilard-Rhoades Co., 62 Main' street,; Salamanca, N. Y. MaySltf Z FOR SALE—Do you want a Farm with city*advantages? We havn for sale a farm of 95 acres, located just over the Salamanca city line, within three minutes walk of trolley, state road, postoffice and school. Large bouse with furnace and bath, would; cost $5000 to build. Splendid soil- and ail level. M arket; almost at door. Shipping station| within a few rods of farm. A wonderful op­ portunity for the right party to en­ gage in dairy or truck farming. Price right. The Hazard Rhodes Co., 52 Main St., Salamanca, Y. s* H ■ ■ ■ W hy Use Sterling Seamless Red Tubes? Sterling Seamless Red Tubes are pure gum tubes —a section will float in water—only the very highest quality of pure rubber will float, .and only the highest quality of rubber is fit to go into a tube which is ex* pected to give service. ~ ,* Each Sterling Tube is made of a sheet of rubber rolled over upon itself four times, producing a cross grained lamintation, giving strength and toughness otherwise not procurable. Do you know that there is a definite grain in a sheet of rubber—that it will tear more easily in one directioh than in another? When a Sterling Tube is punctured, the air comes out of the Jiole, but the tube is not torn to pieces Because of this, and because of the quality and thick­ ness of the rubber, the tube can be repeatedly repaired- Because of the quality, the thickness, the lamintation* Sterling Tubes stay alive for a long time« When they must.be removed from the tire, they are not shapeless! dead, rotten things. Ste’rling Tires exposed to light and air for five years have been foifnd satisfactorily serviceable. They are fairly high priced simlpy because the best quality of pure rubber gum is high priced. If you are going to make, or use, a thoroughly good« service* * able tube, you cannot get away from the cost. It is, practically all right in the rubber. Because of the method of construction, Sterling Tubes have no seam to split—a pin hole or air bubble\ in one thickness is covered by the other three, so there are no slow leaks. The splice, which-in other tubes is the weakest point, is in Sterlings the strongest, because it is vulcanized, not cemented, and because the valve patch is vulcanized over the splice. This is an exclu siye, patented feature. All tires look pretty much alike,' and* you cannot tell by examination what is inside of them. But any­ body who will use his eyes, and his hands, and his -in* telligence^, can judge the quality of a tube. Sterling Tube ff Sugar From Palm« Sugar is extracted from IQ varietlet Of palms that grow tn Ceylon. We suggest that you compare a with others. We believe it is impossible to make a tube at any price, with any different material, or with different construction, that wiU give as many miles per dollar as will Sterling Tubes. They will make even a poor tire give better service. MOSHER HDW. CO. _ _______________ INCORPORATED CATTARAUGUS, N. Y. Phone 66

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