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Cattaraugus times. (Cattaraugus, Cattaraugus County, N.Y.) 189?-1976, October 03, 1919, Image 8

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PAGE MIGHT CATTARAUGUS TIMES QUALITY CANNED GOODS ' - if We protect our customers by hand­ ling only such brands of canned goods whose makers have high reputations to uphold. . There are numerous poorer grades marketed which we have carefully avoid ed in Selecting for our trade, though we might profit more by stocking them. The price of these better grades are low enough to suit all. SMITH & TOWN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES Cattaraugus New York STOP I LOOK! LISTEN! Opening Dance at Strand Hall, Salamanca, Mon. Eve., Oct., 6 This dance is given under the auspices of and music furnished by Strickland's Big Novelty Saxophone Orchestra of eight pieces Dance Tickets |1.00. Extra Ladies 25c Continuous Dancing 9 to 1 Mankind’s Debt to Reading. “Have you ever rightly considered what the mere ability to read means?” once nsked James Russell Lowell, and elaborated his own question: “That It Is the key which admits us to the whole world of thought and fancy and Imagination? to tho company of saint aud sage, of the wisest and the witti­ est at their wisest and wittiest mo­ ment? That It enables us to see with the keenest eyes, hear with the finest ears, and listen to the sweetest voices of all time? More then that It annlhl- >«(.« Hm« nnd snare for us.” WANTED Good handy Laborers on school house building. APPLY TO WILLIAM KYSOR « CATTARAUGUS, N. Y. Proved Truth of Saying. The saying, “United we stand, di­ vided we fall,” comes from one of Aesop’s fables called \The Four Oxen and the Lion.” Four oxen were at­ tacked by a lion. They were safe when they turned their tails together, and presented their horns, but when they separated the Hon killed them glngly. CLYNN WARNS WOMEN George A. Glynn, chairman of the Republican state committee, in a re- J cent speech drove home some facts to I women as to *me¥iiom! adopted by ! Tammany to get control of the legis- laure next winter, and his advice | should be heeded by those who want to see a Republican President and a Republican Governor elected in 1920. The chairman warned the women that from now on they could expect to hear charges that the Re­ publican legislature had not been an­ xious to pass social welfare bills, and that the accusations would be made in a subtle manner, practiced by Tammany, through organizations which were supposedly non-political. “ When the-stories come to your cars,” said Mr. Glynn, “ just let those who are circulating them know that practically all of the legislation which is on y*? statute books in be­ half of women and children was placed there by the Republican party. Some wild suggestions, of course, have been rejected, but nevertheless those measures which could be framed into workable form for the best interest of all were pas­ sed and are now law’s of the state o f New York. Chairman Glynn called attention to reports that had been disseminat­ ed to the effect that last winter the legislature had failed to favor any o f the social welfare bills. “ These reports,” said he, “ are wholly with­ out foundation for the facts will prove that no less han fifty-six meas­ ures were passed by a Republican legislature at the last session, all of which in one way or another were helpful to women and minors. This record would hardly indicate that there had been any opposition to advances of this character. Taking up the subject as to the future, Mr. Glynn said definitely that from time to time the legisla­ tors would diligently study suggest­ ions that were made, but that there would be no hasty or ill-advised leg­ islation urged which would be more harmful than helpful to the women and which would later have to be re­ pealed. By careful consideration of the various proposals, the chairman stated, it would be possible to enact bills which would be to the advant­ age o f the many, and, as to their opinion, bills upon which women were not widely divided. ■ ÌÌI i ■ . ■ Is ;■ I ■ , ■ ■ To-Night DANCE DERBY S ORCHESTRA of Olean SETTER HALL Cattaraugus, N. Y. s : ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ : ■ ! s ■ s \ l s. Help Wanted at Tannery lobs of all kinds High Wages paid on Piece Work, Day Work, and 7 Bonus System Steady Employment We can use any^ man who is willing to work. C. MOENCH SONS CO. GOWANDA, N. Y. IMPORTANT NOTICE We wish to ca$ your attention to the fact that we carry the very Best Grades of Coffee on the market and at lowest possible prices, namely: Ì Lord Calvert White House Royal Blend Qjd Master — 58c lb. 58c lb. 50c lb. 60c lb. Several other good brands from 40c up Also several Brands No. i Teas from 50c, 60c, 8Dc per lb. Try these Goods aud if not ’satisfactory get your money back at ' A. J. IRISH - CATTARAUGUS, NEW YO R K OUR SPECIALTY * . A Acconimodating the Public Below you will find a few EYE=0P^ ERS for SATURDAY and Joy White Laundry Soap 6 bars for P & G White Naptha ” 6 ” ” Libbys Large Catsup Libbys Dill Pickles Heckers White Light Flour Corn Flakes Purity Rolled Oats large ” ” ” small * M <5t ' 25 « eacJ 2 eaus for j d $1.70 j 12c pad 30c » 22 c 3 forjjj] Watch our Store Front for Specials on Fruit aud Produce v We pay 65c for eggs in trade OPEN E V E R Y E V E N IN G FOR THECOV V E N IE N C E OF OUR CUSTOMERS The I. H p Mosher Co. Formerly Rood’s Store DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES Phone 56. Cattaraugus n You can find it always at Mosher’s u HELP WANTB Girls, between the ages ff l| and 30. Work very agre< able. If at all interested ca at our office, and we wi show you what the work is. “ SETTER BROS. GO. Cattaraugus, N. Y. Wheat Berry Perfected. Many of tho present superior wheals produced in the United States were Introduced Into tills country from Asia, Europe and South America, and acclimated to our country while under­ going the test. They have been bred and crossed until a berry has been secured which will adapt Itself to the region requiring a wheat crop. Walt in PltiM«. Don’t get dlscmjntpl. Tliiti for everyone ktoq Mpes» i those who nre willjpg to await triumph. Jt Sitter ter you if yon’Il follow file of older and wiser person, tin self. They probghlf knor w n and hmniliatlnj change. This Space Belongs to The Cattaraugus Electric Shop Watch for our opening date A full line of electrical appliance* always on hand including: LAMPS VACUUM CLEANERS, _____ WASHING MACHINES^ f l a t - irons , Be E. G. BARDWELL, Prop — GRANGE HALL Next to Irish’s Grocery Ca ttarai# I», bull to les. in 1 thre Iocs was that was ial ■ whe not com men stru a poi was aboi mile adan 000 “I ing I .true the I same boni ing I “V that best struc comi tion start w»y, visit« first iron “T coun «Dici er t on tl itrui by I trvii *'‘1 tOW! the road ive crus wag or. T ii r of , and 1 All, Ail Cat Col Coi Da Ea, 0000 000000<H0000000<H0000000

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