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Cattaraugus times. (Cattaraugus, Cattaraugus County, N.Y.) 189?-1976, April 25, 1919, Image 5

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■ 1 TH E CATTARAUGUS STME S äs vppMBL i Is Your Fire Policy the Same a s it Was before.. the War- D E R H A P S you insured when building materia! hnd labor were low. Now both' have practically doubled. Had you thought of tha.t? Has your fire insurance been in­ creased ip proportion? LocairtffifMonaß Wed- day* Clarence Smith was in Buffalo neaday. . Edith Rood is spending a few at Fredonia. Mrs. H. C. Milk* is «pending a tin days at Gjnesao. Miss M. Rasley visited Miss Hazel Haight recently. » Miss Marie Briggs spent affew days recently in Fredonia. Guy McDonald is out agai^ after Better let us place some additional insurance for you or at least go over your insurance problems and see that you are fully insured. You cannot provide\ag£Uil$Tf.misfortune except in one way —by insurance. This agency offers every sort of pro- tection to you and your property. E. F. Beach & Son “The Agency that Protects the Assured\ CATTARAUGUS, N. Y. • t v ’ —i-Vr Rusty Steel. To clean rusty steel, welt oil the rusty parts ’.and set aside In this state for two or three days. Then wipe dry with clean rugs and. polish with emery or pumice stone. When very rusty and , a high polish .is desired rub tlie article with o little slack lime. TO-NIGHT \ “ Deacon Dubbs” Palace Theatre several weeks’ illness Mss Lucy TenE^ck has been visiting friends in Jamestown. Wellington Highee of Cuba visited Mrs, George Day last week. Mrs George Dav ,who has been very sick is slowly improving. Mrs. F. E. Haight and daughter Hazel, spent'Wedneaday in Olean. Miss Mary McCarthy of Lancaster spent a few days in town this week. Misses Evelyn Rood and Cornelia Mong are visiting at Mt. Jewett, Fa. # Mrs Rogers ot Jamestowq spent Sunday at the home cf F. E. Haight Mr and Mrs. John McCarthy are spending a few days at Coudersport, Pa Born, to Mr. and Mrs Cbas. Irving at Olean Tuesday, April 22nd, a baby girl, ’•» Miss Katherine Keating spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Mary Keating. Attorney Juason S Ramsey of Buf­ falo was in town a few days the first of tt,e week. Mrs Eugene Mattocks is spending the week w'ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Burger. Mr. apd Mrs Jesse D. Hopkins and family of Rusbville, N. Y ,,jue spend­ ing, a few day* with Mrs. Hopkin s mother, Mrs,, Martha Kysor. J Palace Theatre SATURDAY NIGHT. * Wm. S. Hart n “The Silent Man” U S ’ * In as Johnaoon of Frewsberg •pent a few days recently with her ■liter, M in Georgiene Rich. Born, to Mr. and Mr*. Roy Race, on Saturday morning,'April 19, * 1919, a ten pound girl. Still born. Mils Florence Barber of Huffaio it spending a few dayB in town, the guest of Miss Mary McIntyre. Miss Hulda Lindberg and Carey Wolf of Jamestown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf. M u Charles Kumsey has returned from a visit to her granddaughter, Dallas Eugenia,liumsey in Buffalo.' Levi Austin has purchased the T J Eberlee house on Washington atfeet occupied by Mr .and Mrs.'Wm. Grimes Theroo Wilder has purchased the pro­ perty of Rev. Charles Sicardjon Frank­ lin street, occupied by Archie Wilder and family. The Town Board met recently and appointed Carl F. Burmaiter, superin­ tendent of highways in the place of Jotyn (J. Schlater, deceased. The Jennie C. Oakes W. C. T, U. will meet Friday, May 2nd, at 3 p. m. at the M. E. church.'Topic, ' ‘ Wom­ an’s Place in 'th e World after the W a r.\ Leader, Franchise Supporin- tendent. Mrs. D. J. Wacbter and daughter Helen ot Hornell, spent a tew days this weak with’Mrs F, D. Blake and Mrs. Eva Austin. Mrs. Austin> return­ ed with Mrs Waehter Ifst evening, for a taw weeks’ visit, A. M. Mowry has sold Washington street to -L. and purchased the William Jewell let on Washington tween the property of H. and Ralph Allfn. Cattaraugus lodge No. 747, I. 0. O, F., willxoBserv3 the 100th anniversary of the founding of order Sunday evening at the M. E. church, when Rev. R. J Montgomery will dailver an address to thk members of the order and-the members of Hillside Rebekah lodge No 280, who will also attend in a body Members of both orders are requested to meet at the hall promptly at 7:80 o'clock and march to the church Ini lot on G. Wilson and Frank street, be­ ll. Eastoq “ If. you were de­ frauded of your mine by scoundrels, would you take the same steps that Hart does In “ The Silent Man” to restore it ?” Cerne and see how he does it. _ Extra Added Attraction First official motion pictures of America's participation in the World War entitled “The Price of Peace” Thrilling scenes In Belleau Wood, The Lost Battalion, Airplanes Battling, and The American Air Squadron In Action Photographed from a Plane, Captured German Balloons, Our Army of Occupation Marching across the Rhine, President Wilson In Paris ’fo* the Peace Conference, A Husky American Soldier Keeping “ Die Wacht Am Rhine” . It tells the whole story of American Action and Achievement and illustrates most vividly why the American People must put their strong­ est efforts forward in making the Victory Loan a crowning achievement. There w ill be no advance In prices for seeing this wonderful exhibit­ ion, but on account of the length of the show it will be necessary to start the first performance at 7.30 and the order of the program will bo “The Silent M an” “ The Price of Peace” “ The Silent M a n ” second showing a WEDNESDAY NIGHT, APRIL 30tfi h [Bryant Washburn in “The Ghost of Rancho” Fatty Arbuckle in “Rough House” X Seats now on sale at Wake Bros, store for the Senior, Class Play \ A Corner i f the Campus\ which is to be produced Friday, May 2nd, at the Pal­ ace Theatre. Pricrs 26c. 86c, and 60c, plus war tax. Notice The public are Requested not to rubbish of any description beck of Free Methodist church. Trustees of. F. M. Church, Cattaraugus, N. Y. put the Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dan­ ner, Thursday, April 24, a girl. A year ago even the most optimistic did m t dteam ihat the War would be terminated until after the spring drive . CLASSIFIED ADS R A T E S Strictly Cash in Advance. Ona Insertion . . . . le per yvord Minimum Charge . . • ■ . . 25c Subsequent Insertions . . per word Minimum Charge . . . . . . . 15c FOUND—Silver friendship Inquire at Times office. bracelet FOR SALE —1917 model Grant 6, tires in good condition. Pbone 180 J. Mrs, Ruby Sheldon i • it FOR SALE—Good bouse and lot, cen­ trally located. Inquire at Times office. 2tApr25 FOR SALE—Used Franklin Sedan and Touring car for sale. Both like new. , Franklin Motor Car Co., Salamanca, N. Y. 3tMay9 Peace isW o rtk the P r i c e - W o rth any price we have to pay for it! . Some of this price we have paid. Many of our boys have paid their All. The rest is up 4 to us— to us who have,benefited by their sacrifices—to us whose peace has been secured. y Back the V ictory Liberty Loan to your limit! Victory Liberty L o a n Committee FOR SALE—Two registered Holstein heifer calves; well bred and nieely marked. .A. S. Courier, Otto, N. Y;x Api4tf FOUND—Bay colt about 8 yaara old, Owner may have asma by pacing for this ad and keep 'op borse This colt appeared at my place Sunday, April 20. Wm. Sanders, R F. D 1, Little Valley. N. Y. ’ It FOR SALE — Mahogany case 1300 piano and bench. Will sell for 1200 if sold at onci. Also quartered oak morris chair, diping room table and chiffonier. Mrs F. D. Luke. Wav- arly and South street It FOR .SA L E —Good ten room ifouse. i Equipped With bath room, gas, hot > and cold water. Large lot, garden, frait and double garage. Easy terms to reliable party. K. it. Mowry, Cattaraugus. * 3tM9 L. W. ALDRIDGE, Optometrist and Optician will ba at F. D. Blake’s Jewelry store, Cattaraugus, again Tuesday. May 6th la ¡borne office, Mondays, Thursdays, Friday* and Satardaya. 631 Brisbane Building, Buffalo, N. 7, ■ This space contributed by j BANK OF CATTARAUGUS CATTARAUGUS, N. Y. of 1919. Few really expected it bp end hopeless. A t the very lowest estinrat* befdre the late summer or early fall, least of all the Germans. But America buckled down to work in a manner typical of the Nation. An army of 7,000,000, men was - planned—money was appropriated for a storm cloud of aeroplanes—factories built to turn out this unparalleled flood of money saved 101,000 lives, 390,000 wounded and fif­ teen billion dollars of additional expen­ diture which would have bean lost In ^six months more of fighting—accord­ ing to the official statistics of the warj department. The money tl|ui ‘ spent ships to spap the Atlantic Oceajy was contracted for. Aa a result Germany was fetced to capitanile, for her spies told her that further resistance was tons of poison gas; and a bridge ofuin scaring Germany to death It the money we must now ratio in the Vic­ tory Liberty Loan. We've had value received for ovary penny-now let’s pay oar bills I Seven Reasons lor Using the Disc Harrow Before Plowing for Corn Early discing destroys worms'and insects by cutting and by exposure to low temperature. 2—Early Discing when fol­ lowed.by warm days will encourage germination of many weed seeds and plowing under will kill them. 3-~Early discing checks escape of moisture by capillary action. 4— Plowing after 6 or 10 days will be 20 per cent easier on the team. 5—Resulta in more compact seed bed as the mulch 'will make close connection with furrbw slice. 6 —Makes preparation of seed bed after plowing much easier and less expensive. 7— Early discing followed by plowing, after 10 days will result in a seed bed that will bold moiathre in July and August. Try this on piart of a field, if in doubt. Ex­ periments haqp proved that any of the above advantages will more than pay for the discing. Then Why not plan for your new Parting Tools Order for future delivery. We handle many kinds but we name here but two. Now? DISC H A R R O W S , C U L T I V A T O R S . W A L K I N G and R I D I N G PLOW S , P L A N T E R S , IM PLE M E N T S , M A N U R E SPR E A D E R S , T R A C T O R PLO W S , T R A C TO R , CORU- G A T E D R O L L E R Examine the Mower and Binder and order repairs now y The Gasoline Englne_ A farm without a gasoline engine is like the U. S. mail service' with Stage Coaches. The gaiolitie engine will grind feed, pump water, mm wood, churn, run the cream separator, corn shelter, grindstone, She fanning mill, and fill the ailo—lighten the farm work and lei the gas engine do the hard work. The Republic Auto Tiro it our latest addition. We think it the best or w t would not have order­ ed our big stock. SEE US. Come in and talk with us about a Self-Propelling Powffir * Plant for the Farm Mosher Hardware Co. MHONE 66-W CATTARAUGUS, N. Y. “Quick Sales at Small Profits” N Building Hardware Farm Equipment too Stoves and Ranges ~ i

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