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Cattaraugus times. (Cattaraugus, Cattaraugus County, N.Y.) 189?-1976, February 20, 1920, Image 3

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THE CATTARAUGUS TIMES FAÛE THREE pC{HHKH3£H3<H)H>l}CHKHbÖI}CHM0a<HbaQOOOQCH3OCHHHHHOHHHQHCNMH9HOHHHBO « __ : MILLINERY We fortunately received our earing supply ’’ of millinery goods before the big storm set in and blocked traffic. Those wishing early spring bon­ nets should call at once. LOIS M AUSTIN East Otto New \York. _ IjtocbLn*-jte JutvaJtwa. Jhisu \gens badly ïnj uria wbrkïng in the Panel Works at CMtarau- gna. —; * 4 - Mm. Win.''Kenyon is -seri- Thèodore Higley and-iamily Partÿ followed, presided over ously ill. wish to thanjc their neighbors by Mrs. Nina Laing and Mrs.1 James Phillips^ formerly of and friends, and especially the Harry Beach. The equipments Scotts Corners,' ’died at his Red Cross for the many act$ of',' of the tea table were genuine home in Franklinville and was kindness following the forni-! antiques. After the tea party hurled fart Friday. er’s recent loss by fire. a lejip year game of 6onversa-| About fifteen o f the friends Geo. A. Beach attended the tion followed. A business o f K^ r®',0 iv e Tr4uby w funeral of RicharcPHinman at meeting of the Grange will be » bjtrhday surprise party last held next Wednesday night. ■ Friday. She received many •------------—r-- ; beautiful and-substantial gifts Ellicottville Friday. Mr. Hin- ó f Mrs, Reach. He ]%s born in East Otto and id*i rfieny, years call­ ed this town h& home. He was about 65 years of age. In­ terment was in the East Otto cemetery. Mirs. John Sikes entertained Mrs. Carrie Barber was Cattaraugus Wednesday. B. J. Cotrael and Frank SAVING — GETTING THE BEST There is no way of spending $2.50 and getting so much for .all the fam- ily as to subscribe for The Youth’s Companion for a year— 52 issues. First and most important, it is a bargain because it is reading that is worth the time you give to it. It gives back in character-making and character-conforming quality. Then a year o f The Companion is big in’ quantity— 52 issues weighted with everything good. Great serial stor­ ies,-group stories, short stories, rare articles, and a tide of fiction, fact and fun such as you cannot find else­ where, Subscribe now and get the early chapters of Sons o f Liberty, the 10-week serial by Theodore Goodridge Roberts.* And here is a combination of read- ir.g that will save ydu- money aijtf supply every taste in the family. 1. The Youth’s Companion— 52 issues— $2.50. 2. McCall’s Magazine—-the great fashion authority. 12 Style issues. Price to be advanced April 1 to $1.25 Subscribe today and get both per­ iodicals for $2.95-—a saving of 80 cents. TH E Y O U TH ’ S COM PANION Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St., Boston, Mass. New subscriptions received at this office. .Authorized Willard Service. Battery Station Everell Utley, who has been ih Buffalo specializing on Shearer were in Cattaraugus battery work,\ will be located one day last week, at Bement & Brooks JHard- i Vernon Winke, a returned ware Store after February soldipiv is very ill at his home , . , ,, T. ,. . . . 23rd. Mr. Utley will inspect here., her-'^nsion of the Ladies Aid storage batteries of any make I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bates society at her home r rid ay.— every two— weeks.—They will of Cattaraugus - were— callers Mrs. E. D. Williams has be opened and thoroughly e x - at T. P. Truby’s one day last been in Buffalo for some time, .amined free of charge. Re-, week N O . 2 1 8 RED STAR Five Burner Oil or Gasoline RANGE ¡life. i§®i The oven in , this range is equipped with two giant burners anti will bake as fast as a gas,range., , Sanitary Base All parts east' to get at to clean. Glass oven door W h ite enaihel drip pan under burners Large roomy cooking top JHigh shelf In all ways a gas stove appearance and service Has no wicks or wiclc substitutes PRICE $75.00 W e have them in the three burner without lower oven $41.00 ! IThey are good stuff and you will be pleased With one Hfrite'tfr Phone for Booklet The John Laing Hardware T m t t ö r r i f r called there by the illness of her son, Harold.' Dr. Will­ iams also spent a few days there recently but-returned to care for his parents. Mjsses Florence and Viola -Meyer-o f TritUeVaHey spent* the week-end'in town and re- turnecl' to CattaraUgu3 Mon­ day morning but were unable to reach Little Vallgy on ac­ count of the storm and came bapk home Tuesday. , Miss Nellie Woodruff of Dake Hill was home for the week-end. Jphn O’Brien of Little Val­ ley visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Slocum recently. Clark Barnes is recovering from la grippe. Dean Jones of- Springville is visiting his daughter, Mrs.- John Berjffioltz. Mrs. Lester Russell and daughter Myrtle are visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Wehust of Ellicottville ' Mrs. L. A. Lincoln was in Otto Friday. ' $ Miss Lois Austin returned from Buffalo Friday with a full stock of millinery goods which fortunately arrived be fore the storm set in. Abner Sheets found busi­ ness in Otto Friday. Mrs. Dever Brooks and Vena Sikes are on the sick list. Mrs. John Sikes is caring for them. Claud Ploger is supplying Miss Vena Sikes’ place in the central telephone office. Mrs. John Bergholtz of Ash ford spent the past week with her daughtes, Mrs. Carl Beav­ er. Earl W oodruff o f Cattarau- *gus,-visited his father, Fred Woodruff, Sunday. Henry Kickbush came Satur­ day to visit his sister,. Mrs. Archie Rossell. Alonzo Fairman started for Wisconsin Friday on a busi­ ness trip. For several days this week the R. F. D. drivers have been unable to make their full trips, John Laing who has been quite ill the past two weeks is improving. Miss F. A. Harrison is visit­ ing her sister, Mrs. F. A. Wickham of North Otto. The town is being traversed by the members of the Grange io r recruits. Now is a good time to join if you care to vary the monotony o f your usual everyday program. Mr. and Mrs. Oarl .Spring visited ih Cattaraugus and (*o- wanda the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Offer- back visited Mr. and, Mrs. Wm. Touro of Salamanca recently1, Mrs. Lewis Martin was in Otto Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. D; D. Phillips attended the funeral qf his cousin James Phillips at Frank- linville Friday. . Francis Hinman, a, former East Otto boy and brother o f G. A. Beach, waS bfiried at Salamanca Wednesday. A Farmers’ Institute will be held at Grange Hall March 0, .with two sessions, morning anti afternoon, but no evening ses- 1 sion. A special session for lad­ ies will be held in the Commun­ ity rooms. A Farmers Institute is ap .especial honor to a town of the size o f East Otto as there is only a small number allotted Cattaraugus .County. . The following program was given at th e . semi-monthly t meeting of the' Grange Weci- ?nesday evening’: Roll call, : Washington or Lincoln stories •or quotations.. Song, the origin ! o f Yankee Doodle.' .Essay, Life of Washington^ Mrs. Edna Lin­ coln. Song, Revolutionary T e a ; Paper, Abraham Lincoln, S. A. Laing. Gymnastic exercises, conducted bvJCenia Hawkins. A Martha WaShington Tea TXT'u'Ti were in SOuth Dayton Monday. B. C\ Smith was fin Pcrryzbotg Monday. . . . E. S. L a fferty wag in D a y ton' Tuesday. The Ladies Aid served dinner a t A . A . Merrill’s W ednesday. The Grange Anniversary will be observed the 21st with a dinner and Program. Backing Up Canada, J The stand of the Canadian govern n n i l in opposing any change in the J League of NaUoas ' covenant that, would, prevent the Dominion voting a the league assembly, has the support of the four other colonial govern ments of Great Britain — Australia South Africa. New Zealand and India it ’was reported 'in official circles in Ottawa. - Produces Green Cotton\ pair work guaranteed for six! Mrs. “Elmer Harvey was a months; new batteries will guest of relatives here last be rented foV 25 cents per day. Friday and Saturday. He will be prepare^ to ,do Mrs. Walter Taft spent last all kinds of tube and tire vul-, week in Cattaraugus, canizing. Sendee will b e 1 Henry Schoemaker and son prompt and all work guaran- Arnold of Mansfield, were in teed. town last Saturday. Mice and Rcbblta Injurs Trees, •EVERELL UTLEY Mrs. John Smith of East careful investigation through fruit ; - ------ at the ------- : 'otto was in town last week, 8eotloM m 0ran*« YoTk> Bement & Brooks Hard- ulso Mrs. Edna Lincoln Production of cotton with a staple of pronounced green, an objoctiv« long sought by agriculturalists and scienlsts was olalmed by C. E. O’Brien a farmer near Dalton, Ga., who had been making experiments with that aim In view 'for years. Samples ot the cotton are said to bo of a beauti ful green 'color and ot fine fibre. ware Store, SPRINGVILLE, N. Y. Telephone 10., OTTO NEWS Mrs. John Hermance was called to Conewango last week on account of the serious illness of her father, Mr. Ross. George Ackerman, uncle of John W. Truby, died in Buf­ falo last week and was brought here for burial last I News is received, of the birth of a daughter to Rev. and Mrs. Sander of Gasline, . Canada. ' C O T TA G E (Omitted last week.) I. R. Mosher and fam ily are on the sick list.. B. C. Smith was in Gowanfia last Thursday. W ill H ickox was home' from Saturday by his brother, Jota | Ackerman. William Winks had the mis- shows that a vast amount of damage has b on done to various kinds il fruit da- a rasult.cf trees being girdled by mice and rabbits- because the source of their fqod supply hob bees cut off by deep enow. CLOVER ilf| Timothy, A E B u R Ä t Giovar «ud AtoUtoi Mldoahjoet to your Rpprotnü «ad ipvanunBnt taafc. Writ* today for Bom- d ÌÓ b . BMdBl DricM * froo AdowoògooéNoya. tawican MuSiiI Seed Co. D.et. iso Chicago, I1L Mr. ahdMrs. W ilson Hubbard war«' in Sauth Dayton one day last weelc. Mr. and Mrs. W . J. Smith called on Mr. and Mrs. Prince, Sunday. . W . W . LeRoy is working in Perrys- burg. Mr. and Mrs. V e m Sandy o f Toler do are visiting at Earl Sandy’s. Mrs. Jennie Gran tier is home from her school, ifi with the “ f lu ” . A . L. and Earl 'Marble were in \Lounge Lizards’’ Increase Rates. Parisian “lounge lizards“ are keep lng pace with the times, Since UU cial prohibition In dance hails the price of professional male danoen^ whom fashionable patronesses form erly were able to hire for 50 cents a round, has shot up to $L Radio Bane to Be Lifted, AU wartime restrictions on Internal radio communication in the United States were removed, effective Fek 29, under an «zeeutiTe order, signed by President Wllsoa, Slam Musleal Beale, The Siamese musical scale la ap equal division of the* octave Into seven parts, and music never Is written, but learned by ear and handed down tradi­ tionally. Wanted- _ A Live Man to Sell No Pine Tree Milker is ever so l d except under an iron-bound 3 year guarantee. • i - A substantial, well-known com­ pany is back of every Pine Tree Milker sold. We assist the dealer in such a way that he is enabled t6 accept the farm­ er’s paper in payment for Pine Tree merchandise. We assist him by advertising' and, in every way possible, do all we can to ensure his success. —in this locality! W e will taik 'business with live, wide-awake men regarding th$ establishment o f a dealership for the sale of the wonderful Pine Tree Milker. > The'Pine Tree Milker is riving the J greatest satisfaction to the American * farmers o f any milking machine made. It has taken all drudgery out of the most cordially hated of all farm chores —milking. It has solved the problem of “hired help.” Keepi cow s. mon^ contented, prbduces 'more milk, more cream, more butter fat and puts more money in the pockets of the farmer than any other milker on the market, The time is ripe^-the product without equal—the opportunity to cash in is here. Pine Tree, dealers have tiie advantage of handling a nationally known and advertised product, de­ manded by the biggest and most suc­ cessful dairymen m America. Our representatives everywhere are finding all they can do—and are building up permanent and successful businesses for themselves. If you are that man (or company) j sign this coupon and send it in at once. J A representative of thi3 company will get into communication with each applicant to discuss the proposition in detail. 1 ' M M a i l T h is C o u p o n N o w I Pin* Tree uniMeg Machine Co. I m o UM, IM ILDurtinlLCnCUO :§ - Gentlemen: I believe th*t I (we) can Qualify for the fiM Tree Milker dcalcrohip In.... .V.,\...... V. if....... A ..... We would like Co diecuee > our proposition with your re pro tentative In detail. ( • m Pine Tree Milking Machine Co. * 140 N. Dearborn Sfreef, CHICAGO f t . \ , - n — m il . - ------- - -------- ------ Q FmtOfft* ............ .. — wiaoe. , Statt..

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