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scavynmz COUNTY CHRONI.CLE,;1.IAN~UARY 16,.. 1’9'.13-. TKE‘I‘G Rebekahs’ Installation. A Very Successful Banquet. Proceedings of the lioaid of Trustees. At the. regular meeting of Seneca. Lake Rebekah Lodge January 10th the Rebekah degree was conferred on a class of candidates. The installing officers, District Deputy President Mrs. Olive A. McCoy and sta being present proceed- ed to install to their respective chairs the following o Noble grand, Catharine Winters; vice-grand, Edyth L, Berry; recording secretary, Bertha Alexander; treasurer, Emma Clawson; secretary, Ida G. Messig; war- den, Jennie Shewman; conductor, Ver- nia. Can outside guardian, O. D. Grant; inside guardian, Henrietta King; R. S. N. G., Josephine Curry; L. S. N. G., Mary Ellis; R. S. V. G, Minnie Bain; L. S. V. G., Mary Chapman; altar bear- ers, Helen Timms, Georgia Twining; banner bearers, first, Florence Selfridge, second, Florence D. Messig, third, Nellie Wait, fourth, Nettie L. Wixson; musical director, Adaline Nye; assistant Lewis Johnson; captain, R. W. Shewman. The ’lodge then enjoyed a social hour, at which time ice creani and cake were served. A goodly number of Montour Rebekahs were present. * * \ The banquet given by the Women’s Bible class to the M_en’s Bible c1ass.in the parlors of the Presbyterian church last Wednesday evening proved to be one of the most enjoyable functions of its kind experienced in recent years, Nearly 70 persons were present and par- ticipated in the pleasurable occasion. A supper was served at 8 o'clock, the tables being ladenwith tempting viands and handsomely decorated. After the repast a number of toasts were given and responded to, Mrs. Cynthia; 0. Med- dick the position of toastmistress in a very capable and acceptable man- nor. The Board of ='l?rust,ees':hg1d a. special meeting; on Tuesday evening, Jan. '1, 1913. an 8 o'clock. The;.to11owing officers were present: ]?3z_-'eside_n‘t, 'Hanm§‘r; Trustees Hoare. Milieu, -McAnarney, Stouiter, Golmh. and Di‘. Qverpeck. -' On motion t._he minuteiof the previous On motion the foilowing bills were ordezied paid: - ‘ meeting were read and -approved. O Ci_1osen_for,the coming Yefar-*- Good Financial Repojrt-Dates Fixed‘ for the_Next Fair. ~ Watkins Review, ‘ The annual meeting of the Schuyler County .Agx'.i.cuiture1 Society. was held. at the court house last Saturday after- noon. Although it had’ been ‘advertised in the local papers about three weeks, the meeting had 9. very small; attendl ance. Nevertheless,. the. few -preserxtrz proceeded to e1ect,0 ;-and? make. plgns. for the next, exhibitiom showing’ that the society contains at-least some aggressive s,nd‘da.unt1ess_ spirits, The secretary read-~a.. communication from Guy 0. Hinman, of Olean, formerly of Trumansburg and,.4,fo1‘ §8Yera,l' yesfs secretary of the Trumsusburg fair so- ciety, stating that heiis .a candidate for appointment to the position of ,sta.te fair commissioner, and asking for an endorsement from the Schuyler ‘County Agricultural Society. On motion of L. H. Tunison the “pres- ident -and secretary were directed to, send such endorsement in the‘na.m‘eof the society. ‘ Secretary-Treasurer F. W. Fiero made his annual report,’ which was adopted after_ a committee had *-examined it. A summary of the report follows: Receipts.’ ‘ IFIYOII BUY YOUR Watches. Diamonds and J cwclry at CQWIICGS. they be right. You‘ can. also gct your EYES FITTED. and your REPAIRING‘ ‘:l)0N‘E: in the Most Up-‘to-date Manner. Payroll wcekeudinz‘ Dec. :2, Strict ac<:t._$ 3:5 I6 H I! .1 2.‘, .0 __ ‘7 (‘ Jan, 4, \ -- 3517 -50 2 25 A. A. CQWING. Jcweljer, A % ‘ Century ‘phone--OLD;RELIAl§i.‘E‘STORE; ' , iWAIKINs; N. Wm. B. Starkey, c,oa1.-__....,...,,.,.__-_,_,_,___. J. M. Roe, gravel. V, B. acct.-_.--...-_--_--_- w. s. Fletcher. care of lights Fourth st.-- 5 60 D. D. Berry, arrest---.-..-.,.---,-.--_.._...... 3 oo Emmet Ellis, \ .--.--_.--.—--.--.,__--.---_ 2 00 C, 3. Frost & son. cement for pm-‘k-_--;__ 2 go Dr. M. L. Bennett. birth akddeath reports 25 00 George H. Mgathews-....,-..,...,..,;,-_--_-_..___ 9 84 Mrs. A. T. Abbey most appropriately welcomed the guests, after which Mrs. Sara G. Haas toasted “Our Teacher” (Mrs. Abbey), referring to her qualifi- cations and characteristics in a.‘ manner, which brought forth a. feeling response from the latter. Mrs. F. E. Wixson gave a toast to “Our Class Of- ficers” (Mrs. E. R. Love, president; Miss Martin, vice-president, and Mrs. Van- Dorenz secretary and treasu'1;,er),_'brie referring to their good work and ‘ex- pressing the hope that their services might be continued. All of them respond- ed, except Miss Martin, who was absent. Mrs. George W. Burrell most gracefully toasted “Our Superintendent” (Mr. Con- rad Hentin his excellent work R. Love A sidewalk rebate. certi was presented to the’ Board and on motion the same was referred to the sidewalk committee. Carried. - On motion the Clerk was instructed to serve the proper sidewalk upon Wm. M. Pellet, the owner of the premises, located on Fourth Street, said walk being already complained of. Carried. ~ Successors to Indepexident Feed, Coal 8c Lum’b_ej1“Co=. —Dea1ers in- Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Meal; The Presbyterian Church. Moming“‘\TV‘ fl a sermon by the pastor. Sunda .. u , - ; - - Balance last year From the state . Account_§_9_f 1910 Rent of house, pasture, etc.. Privileges Advertising in book . . . . . Entrance fees Grandstand Membership and general admis- sion tickets Society’s note................. .$ 148 09 . 2592 69 . 5 32 . 251 5Q . 275 85 . 114 00 . 301 69 . 37 75 B1:an,- Middlings, Coal and Wood; i Feed Griendiing every!svd~ay:~~=I%11—n11)e*r sawed to order, Fruit trays ;a speciaeltye ‘ \P1_-ices right. Fair treatment. Give us%a.t’17i'g_1‘l.'\ Mill and O on Second St:., §:‘i’.§.*.‘é\.’ Watkins, Y_ been received thanking the school for the two barrels of Christmas gifts sent to the Spring Street Presbyterian church’ in New York city, and by them distrib- uted to the needy. ‘ Christian Endeavor at 6 ; 15 with Law- rence Smith as leader. After the open- ing, the China. Missionary Study book will be continued. in strong terms, and the latter in his re- ply referred tonthe work of the Sunday School and some of its needs, as well as of the duties of parents to children in regard to attendance. ' F. E. VVixson, who was asked to toast ‘°“Our. Cooks,” conveyed the thanks of the men's class to the ladies’ class for the generous hospitality extended and indulged in a few pleasantries. E. B. Russell, who was assigned to answer the question, “Is the New Woman a Rib 1” handled the subject in an entertaining way. He referred to some of the great social and industrial problems now at- tracting attention, and pointed out the part woman has had in great reforms in this and previous ages. He made a. strong plea for political equality for the sexes. \ ‘_B§\'M‘F.’ ”1\'1‘iI'1‘im”'t1TzIt“t11’é3”TrTi't;tTeF6f 8. crosswalk be referred to the street committee. Adopted. . Resolved by this .Board that the notice received from Dr. D. Scutt, President of the Board of Health, be laid on the table. Carried. \ A communication was received from the Elmira Water, Light & Railroad Company of Elmira, N. Y., under date of December 26, 1912, was ‘read bythe Clerk, and on, motion by Mr. Millen that the same be refer,r_ed'to 9. commit- tee appointed by the President of'this Board with instructions that the Clerk notify said Company of such action. Adopted. Presiderit Hammer appointed the standing street committee as such committee. . 1183 00 850 00 At the evening service the pastor will cohduct a second question box on “The Creation of Man as Described in the Sec- ond Chapter of Genesis.” Such ques- tions as “Is there any conflict between the account of the creation of.‘man and his appearance on earth as described by evolutionary science?” “Is the Garden of -Eden a. real* “What is. meant by the tree of the knowledge of good and evil?” “What is meant by woman being made from a. rib of man 7” “What light does ‘Genesis throw. on the equal- ity of the ‘sexes and the question of di- vorce?” will be discussed. Other ques- tions are invited. . i - Disbursements. Rent of grounds, two years . . .$ 500 00 Taxes 3789 Paid notes and interest . . . . . .. 2894 50 Labor .4911 The Glen Springs O ‘expenses 2409 O assistants 1800 Secretary and treasurer, salary 150 00 Police 9'00 Gatekeepers 1200 Materials, supplies, printing and ‘ advertising ... . . Rev. J. E. Russell, who was called upon for a. few remarks, expressed his grati over the work of the two Bible classes, and commended the grow- ing spirit of fraternity and fellowship in the congregation and the Sunday School. Brief closing remarks by Mrs. Meddick and Mrs. Abbey ended the “in- tellecutual feast,” and an hour or more was spent in a. social way before the time for departure came. Man)/.of those who were present de- clared the _banquet to be one of the best they ever attended‘, and the ladies are to be congratulated upon their success. The, Glen Springs Laifndfy, down’ téwn L. J. Brundage, judge 5 00 Baseball games 4500 Music 5500 Races 30749 Superintendents and directors.. 100 00 Premiums 1533 00 By Mr. McAnat-ney that Hon. 0. P. Hui-q,_and the Clerk of this Board be directed to confer with Hon. John'W. Gurnett in regard to the pa.v'ing' ques- tion and to lay before the State High- way Department all necessary papers and correspondence from the law _of Hawkins, Delafield & Longfellow of New_York City, in regard to the said matter of paving. Carried. By Mr. Millenh resolved that the matter of burial lot of Mr. Stout be referred to the cemetery committee. nmmm o in the American Express O where all orders will receive. prompt attention. Philetus W. Litteer. Philetus W. Litteer was born Decem- ber 28,1838 and died January 1, 1913. fie married -Melissa Arnold June 11, 1865, and resided in-Tyrone until April, 1886, when they went to Grove Springs to live. January 1, 1012, his wife, the faithful companion of more than 47 years, passed away and he was left dis- consolate. Early in April he went to Coopers to reside with a sister where his death occurred. On \Christmas day he was seized- with a paralytic stroke All work called for and delivered. Present balance $5734 20 26 19 washings a specialty taken for 6c a pouxid. $5760 39 There are one or two small bills out- standing. It is expected that the mo- ney due from the state will approxi- mate $1,300, and will take care of the only outstanding note ($850 and inter- est) and leave _a balance of $400 or more '~\h‘ ‘. ‘EH 5 T tx D. H. HOARE, Agent. Tax Notice Town of Reading. Notice is hereby given to the taxable inbabnts o, ,n_- - -.' -. u : ea‘ -,_ 1 ' u on 'e run. He was taken back to Coopers where he passed away early in the morning of the New Year, just one year after the death of his wife. He leaves one son, Floyd P. Litteer, who is traveling au- ditor for a -western Oil Co., two sisters, Mrs. Joel Sloan, of Coopers, and Mrs. Lydia. Jossup. of New York city and one brother, H. H. Litteer, of Coopers. The funeral was held at Coopers Jan. 2g, at 4 p. 111., Rev. H. K. Harris, pastor or the Painted Post M. E. church oili- ciating. The remains were taken to Tyrone Jan. 3d and placed beside his wife in the family plot. 6rT't 5.. me reginning or he -new year. The society is now in good shape compared with its condition for the past few years. . VVhen the election of officers was in order the following were chosen by ‘the secretary‘s ballot: President, J. Earl Beardsley, of Catharine; vice-presidents, A. H. Prince, of Montour, and John W. Jennings, of Reading; secretary and treasurer, Frank W. Fiero, of Dix. Glen Nati Bank, that I, the undersigned, Collector of Taxes in and for said Town, have received the Warrant for the Collec- tion of Taxes for the present year, and that I will attend at the following places: On Monday, January 20th. and Mon- day, February 10th, at bay residence in North Reading. . . A’ T On Tuesday. January 21st, and Tues- day, February 11th. at the Store of Rose-and Smith in Reading Center. On all other -days before Monday, February 17th, at the Glen National Bank, Watkins, N. Y. Taxes will be received until the last named date at one per cent. O The following resolution was unani- mously adopted by the Board of Trustees: Resolved, That the President and Clerk of this Board be empowered to sign and execute the release of dam- ages as presented in behalf or the State of_LfIev:g Sfork. said release of damages pertaining to the lot owned by the village of Watkins, N. Y.. on the beach east ofthe canal. On motion of Mr. Millen that O. P. Hurd be granted permission to plitcev a water supply pipe-A under‘ Franklin Street, near th’e””W\aEe‘rin’g‘\ trough on said street, the work being done under the direction and supervision of the State Highway Department. Carried. WATKINS, NEW YORK. » ~ Designated Depository for the State of New York. Capital and Surplus M - - . $60,090 ’.l‘o*ta1Re.s,ources,WQ9t.T ,8i,_,IA91z T ‘ - $323,006 The directors chosen are: VValter Lawhead, of Cayuta; George W. Hoff- man, of Catharine; Willis L. Frost, of Dix; L. H. Tunison and Andrew Egbert, of Hector; Ernest B. Winton, of Mon- tour; Lee B. 'Webb, of Orange; Floyd A. Trask, of Reading, and Edward Green of Tyrone. The salary of the secretary and treas- urer wa‘s‘ at $150, the same as last year. - It was decided to hold the fair this year on September 9, 10, II and 12, which is the week prior to the state‘ T-fair.» ‘W '* The officers and directors wiI1'ho1d a meeting in a short time to make further arrangements. OFFICERS WM. E. LEFFINGWELLJ President. WM. M. KII3\1‘ '1‘. W. MCANARNEY, Vice President; CHAS. R. WATKINS, Vice President. Watkins Baptist Church. Rev. Wilfred Heath Sobey will preach an morning service on “A_ Call to Progress in Christian Service;’’ at; Business and personal__ accounts, large or small, solicited. Every facility and accommodation, consistent with soimd and conservative banking, extended to customers. Call and see our new banking room. JOHN ROBERTS, Collector. Bonding. N. Y., January 14, 1913. evening on “A Calculation Etfecting Every Life.” The Sunday ve School JLe§son;JiMau’s.—Eimu~SinT’?:‘ P-varyert Meeting, Thursday evening, the Y. P. —S. C. E. to take part in the service. The theme for thought this week wil! be: \How to do effective work for the Church, and the Kingdom of God.”v An arrangement has been made that On motion adjourned. RAYMOND HOARE, Clerk. InteresLA11owed—on Certi H- 1a.1L1Vouc&.’l.‘ow—n—~o£—.1Jxx-. Proceedings of the Board of Education. The board of Education met in reg- ular session on Monday evening, Jan. 6, 1913. ' ' The following were ‘present: Presi- dent Hurd; trustees, Moran, Stou La. Dow, Macreery. On motio_n the following bills were ordered paid: Teachers’ wages, Dec., $1,045. Raymond Hoare, clerk salary, $16.66. Layton Qwen, janitor, $50. Lay_ton___Oyv_en_, truant__o_f $10. David Field, janitor, $12. David H. Field, truant officer $5. Albert Knapp, transportation of pu- pils, $25.50. On motion adjourned, , L A ,_ _ - RAYMOND HOA.'RE,t‘Clerk. Especial attention is called to our Interest Department. Deposits of one‘ dollar and up can. be made at any tinie. Interest compou1;<1§_<L§§.;1;i:a_11m;al1y,o;;._ 'the of January and July. “ . -, The Tax Roll and Warrant; for the Town of Dix for the year 1912, have been placed in my hands for collection and Taxes can be paid for 30 days an one per cent. _\gg1kL¢J:ion fees at. the Watkins St.at.e.‘Ba.nk-, except on the followinr da s when the Collector Water and Sewer Commissioners. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. At a regular meeting of the Board of water, sewer and electric light commis- sioners held Jan. 2, 1913, present: -Jno. M. Thompspn, L. H. Du_rla.nd, J. VV. Winters, Geo. J. Magee, Jr., Commis- sioners. §!1J9._.JP.=1§.t2r_9|:?t12eT Wat ‘Church shall supply the pulpit. of the J\.1i11pox-t. Baptist: Church made vacant by the death of Mr. Early. unbil other pians can be formea. T_he service’ is ins _ will be in attendance at. Clark & J ohnson’s Store, Moreland. January 29th. Matthéws Hausa, BEEVEF Dams, January 31st. ‘ S. B. Co1e’s Store, Townsend, Jan- uary 30th. After February 13m, 5 per cent. will be charged. . EDWARD K. CORWIN, Collector Watkins. N. Y., Jan: 14, 1913. On motion of Mr. ‘Winters the follow- ing bills were allowed and ordered paid: Chas. E. Dennis, $51.64. Lew S. Williams, $37.40. Fred Winton, ‘$42.24. - Matthew Height, $28.56. John Demott, $32.13. G. M. Hoare, $31.25. ‘ Ray Besecker, $13.09. Chas. Timms, $.50. The Fixture &. Lumber Co., $4.87. ‘D. R. Hoare, Agt., $.50. W. G. Conrad, Agt.,' $2.11. The Dean Steam Piimp Co., $18.72. Sterling Goal Co., $53.53. Erie R. R. Co., $35.49. Ben Record, $56.72. Ford & ,Kendi'g,—_ $12.19. , Onmotion of Mr. Durland that Mr. Dennis beeinployed as superintendent of. the water, sewer and electric light departments for the year beginning Jan. 1, .1913, at a. salary of $90. per month, payable semi-monthly, and that he be furnished with heat, _light and water as heretofore, and it is ‘furtheregreed that 9. 30 days’ notice be; given by either party to discontinue this contract. A On.motion of Mr. Magee that the ‘sec-_ retary be instructed to call the atten- tion of then t'rustees~»to-[the »-balance -or money due this board... M ‘ Minutes read_a_nd approved. On motion adjo1‘rrned., R G‘. M‘. S'ec’y.. Ladies’ and Misses’ held at. two o’cIock. The session of the Sunday School precedes the preach- ing service. -: Coats and Suits Hector Temperance Society. 'J;he annual meeting of the Hector Town Temperance Society will be held at Reynoldsville on Tuesday, January 28th, with this program: Morning session, 10:30-Song service; 10:45, devotions, Rev. Chrisjohn; ad- dress, The Christian’s Attitude Towards the [Drink Traffic, Rev. B; B. Corbin; 11:45, appointment of committees. Afternoon session, 1:30-—Song‘ service; 1:45, devotions, Rev. Kilmer; address by Rev. F. D. Blakeslee, superintendent of the Y. M. C. A. of Binghamton; dis- cuss_ion;‘ election of ot and other business; Special meeting of the Board of Edu- cation held December 12, 1912. The following were present: Presi- dent Hurd; Moran, Maoreery, Stouffer. . The meeting was called for the pur- pose of signing proper certi for the return of taxes to the county treasurer’. ‘ On motion adjourned.- --H. G. STOUFFER, . Clerk pro tem. Hector Collector’: Notice. WE are fully prepared for our custon'1ers~with ‘a»—hand§om'e ' line of Ladies’ and Misses’ Coats and Suits. Our stock was‘ never so complete and prices so wonderfully low. The undersigned tax colector of the town of Hector has received the tax roll of ‘said town for the current year and will receive taxes at one per cent. for the next 30_da.ys, as follows: East Steamburg, Monday, January 20.’ Bennettsburg, T_hursda.y, January 23. Valois, Monday, January 27, and Fri- day, February 14. Burdett, Wednesday, January 29', and Monday, February 17. y - Searsburg, Friday: January‘ 31. Logan, Monday, February 3. Perry City, Wednesday, February 5. Cayutaville, Friday. February 7. -H_ecto_r»,—'-Monday, .Februja1'-y‘ 710. 1 Mecklenburg, Wednesday, Feb. 12. Reynoldsville, Thursday, Feb. 20. i On all other days at the*coll'octor’s residence. 4 Coats for Ladies and Misses All wool Chinchillas, _Mo11tagnacs, Zebra Stripes, Boucles, Serges, plaid 'back,s‘i’n all the leading shades ofb’1own,'f tan, \navy. grey‘, mixtures, also black; made'inVthe\1atest fash- ionablé 1i10de1S‘—.-Johnny Sport, ‘hand trimméd, se‘_mi»tai1- ored, 'v§:1‘vettfi-mmed, Robespierre; ‘ Prices».$1O./oo ‘up. . Regents Examinations. Regents examinationgv will be‘ held in Watkins High School January 20-24, The program follows: ' M, Monday, 9:15 a.. m.: Geography‘, El. algebra, Inter, algebra, solid geometry, Adv. algebra; 1:15 p.- ma: Spe1ling,’Anc. history, Amer. history with civics, civics. The ladies will serve dinner in the church, at 20 cents\ each. There should be 9. large gathering of temperance workers. Beaver Dams -Grang. Coats for Qhijldggg; Beaver ‘Dams Grange, No. 268,'.met in regular session January 11, 1913, with about; 50 members present, and one ‘vis- itor, Ezra Stevens, of Tioga, Pa. 1 After the -regulmj blxsiness wads trons- acted the application of M1‘. and Mrs. A..J'.. Moore was referred to a. commit- ‘tee; The remainder of _the time was ‘taken by conferring the third and fourth degrees on nine candidates: and‘ ‘light 1'e- freslnments were se‘x‘vTed. . ‘ On January 25th will ~oc\c1u' the in- Vstnllation of oi Supper will be served. All members are requested‘ to be pre_se'n‘t'. Com. Tuesday, 9:15 9.. .m.: Arithmetic, Pl. geometry, C<_>m’_1 aritlxmgtic, chemistry, -‘physics,; 1:15 p. m.: El. English, English _1_, ‘English 3, English,sth‘ree* years, Eng- lish fdr teachers; T The- new C}ii'nchi11'as, P1u,shes,A Bear Skins and heavy Wool mixtures made in the warmgbutton-over models, well lined‘. Prices;$3~.oQ up.\ \ ' 7 After Febrtxary 20th \ per cent. will be charged. M L _ V ‘ C, COON, 'Dat.ed,=Burdet1t, N. Y., Jan. 13, 1913. \ Wednesday, 9:15 a. m.: Biology, E1. bofzany, E1, zoology, physiology and .1'1y.- giene, ‘Latin ‘3, Lh.tinV..,gramm_‘a'r, psychoI- ogy, E1, 1~.epi‘esentia'.tifm;'1:15 p._ 111.: El. _U. S. histbry with civics; Physical gép‘g'-' raphy‘, history of Great Britain and Ire- ignd; E1, bookkeeping and business .pr9;c- lee. . . Weather Notes for December. Maxi'_mum temperature, 63 degrees, oh 6th, highest ever recorged. Minimum, 5 degrees; on 13th. Greatest daily range, 26 degrees, on 6th.. Mean, 31.2 degrees. .Norma.l,, 26.7 degrees’; .depq.rt- ure, 4.5 degrees. above. Total precipita- tion, 1.73 inches. Normal, 2.74§—1.01fbe-- ilow‘. Greatest in 24 hours, ();40' on 27611. Total snowfall, 10.5 inches; on‘ ground 15th, 0.; at end of month, '1 inch. Nor- ma! ’s’nowf9,11,_11.7’ inches. Number‘ of stormy days, 12; usual, 11. There were 12 clear‘, 7 «partly cloudy, 12 cloudy days. Average, 7, 11; 13. Sunshine, ‘47 per Nor . _ > The warmest December in .24 years, e_xcePt._ December 1889, 34.7 degrees, and Dece.mber.,~ 1891, 33.7 degrees. _ M Mr; Cronk reports rainfall 1.367in¢hes. :1l&§i£r_l:li1num tem‘p'er9.ture, 4.5 degrees, on Suits «for Ladies and Misses Tyrone Collector's Notice. We have a large. anti Beauti~fu‘1 assortment of Suits ,f'or? Ladies ~and~Misses of Whipcords, F1\.ench Sérges, Pebble Cheviots‘, Brdad Wa;1é_. Serges and ’I‘woTone Materials ‘in. th.e-—1j.eading‘sT1ade§ of ‘brown, tan,. oxford, Vmixtufejs, Blue, also blackj, made on the latest models. Prices ‘$10.00 up. \1‘h‘e unglersigned tax collector‘ of the town of Tyrone has received the tax roll of said town for the current year and will receive taxes at one per cent. for the next 30 days, as-‘ follows: _ 'T11esr1ay, Jzmuafy 14121:, and February 4th,. at \Vayne. . Wednesday, J:'umary_ 15th,‘ and Feb- ruary 5th, at Altay‘. 'IDl11A1rs<1'zty,JT_anua.ry 16th, ‘and Febru- Ma‘r’y 61:11, at Weston. ‘ Friday, January 17th, and February‘ 7th.,’ ‘at ',13yto‘ne. L Thursda)', February 13th, at the Dun- dee State Bank. A ‘Thursday, 9:15 a. In.: Latin 2,. Latin 4, Latin. prose fzompositiqn, La_tin'pros’e at sight, Latin verse at sight, ‘Mach. drawing; 1:15 p._ m.: English 2, English grammar, English 4. V - . ’ Friday,’9:15 a. m.:; German 2, 3‘, Hist. of «education. Firemen ‘Will Baxiquet. Tile banquet of the Watkins fire de- partment will be held on Tuesday even- ing, .January¢, 28th, in the vwigyvam -of, Ohequaga; Tribe of Red Men, ivhich has been ‘secured for ~pur.pose‘.= The expenses of ‘this gathering will be paid by the insurance companies. Cards’ ‘will. -bé’ sent to all ‘members of the depart- ment, who {are requeéted to“ advise ‘whether they will pgttend or not, in or» der that the cqmmitteee‘ may know‘ how many. to provide_ for, This is sure to- id a]. very .enjoyable‘ function, and p. pleaauré the ! w‘e1!,deser'fe. You are _invited ‘cg inspect and try on; these handsome-,ne;w- creations. in Swtts’ and \Coats ’ . ' Attentidn; G. .A.T_R..‘Men. / At the regular meeting of D.; W. 'Washburn Post, G, A. R, _qn Eridey evening, January 24th, is desired the eta tendance of ‘all members, as that is the time when the applications will ‘be out for those wh<_>- expectzto make the trip to the_ Gettysburg battle next J'uly. By order of V ' _ E. M. MORSE, Com. ‘On all \Other days at the collector’: residence. URCH, Watkins. Ater Eebruary 13th per cent. will‘ be clnarged. _ “ LYMAN‘ DISBROYV, Col, Dated, Tyrone, N. Y., «Jan. 13, 1913. Wedgwood, N. Y.

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