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The Wyoming County herald. (Bliss and Silver Springs, N.Y.) 1891-1927, October 29, 1926, Image 5

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PAGE FIVI WINTER CLOTHING SUITS Overcoats JACKETS GLOVES CAPS TIES SHIRTS SHOES HOSE Underwear Rubbers Are your clothes an advertisement for you. Then come to us and we will show you where your dollar will go farther than it has for years, in High Class Merchandise. PIERCE-REED CO. . Clothing and Furnishings Yours For Curlee Clothes Arcade, N. Y. Hallowe'en Means That Fall is HERE Fall is the tiirie to Buy late fruits and vegetables; either for immediate use or winter stock. J-iet us serve you with fresh celery, head lettuce, dates, figs, Amalga grapes, grape fruit, sweet po­ tatoes and winter squash. We can furnish you with fine dry onions, carrots and apples in peck or bushel quantities for im­ mediate or winter use. Grapes are cheapest in five years. Frost and snow will raise the price. BUY NOW! Mason Grocery Conine. \We Sell For Less.\ ARCADE* N. Y. A Signboard Pointing to Your Business Beside Every Telephone That's what your ad in the Telephone Directory means. The shopper, seeking a place to buy, sees your sign and you get the business. The fall and winter buyers —the Christmas shoppers. Don't let these go by without seeing your sign. Rates are low, results are big. A call to our Business Office will bring you full information. NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY ARCADE NEWS Postmaster and Mrs. W. M. Pinney and Mi. and Mrs. R. Pearson spent Lie week-end in Little Valley where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Hefiry Whi.more, iMr. and Mrs. Noel Pear­ son an J Mi. and Mrs. Carl Pea,rson M.ss E eanur \\ east visited her cousin, MUs Et. u elyn Weast in Buf- l ilo, last vjeo. . Mr. and Mis. Hubert Weiist \ver e in Buffalo, Sunday and M ss Eleanor returned with them. Dr and Mrs. E. M. Shaffner and Rev. and Mrs. J B. Guthrie of Sala- cr.nr.ca, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. kuptne Sr.arfntr, on Monday and Tuesday -*• *ir ^HattiB =Pi1*hcr--and^Ir«--Ru*l| pert, of Sard nia, were pleasant callers at the Herald offce, Tuesday. Let D. F. Tanner, Holland, N. Y., quote you on Storm Doors, Storm Sash and Weatherstrips, also Lumber and building material. 34t37 Mr. George H. Williams and family of Buffalo have moved from Michi­ gan Ave , to 52 Edna Place, Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Kessler: spent Sunday in SpVingville, with Mr. and Mrs. Le e Kessler, Sr. Rev. D. H. Conrad, of Yorkshire, occupied tne pulpit of the Baptist churc.i, Sunday, in the absence of the regular pastor, and gave a good helpful sermun from the text, \Be ye Faithful Unto Death, and I Will Give Thee a Crown of-Life.\ Leslie Spring has returned after spending a week in New York City, and oU.er points east. Th e many fr ends of Mrs. Elwood Wagner, will be pleased to know \that she is gaining nicely after the major operation she underwent at tl.e Millard Fulmore hospital, Buf­ falo. We collect and deliver Monday and Thursday. Phone Herald office for us to call. Wellsville Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. ' 30tf Mrs. Lena Wallace, of Chaffee was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Maude Gittere, Saturday. Mrs. Wallace Davis returned from the Warsaw Hospital, Friday. Her many friends will be pleased to hear so is much improved in health. Mrs. Chester Wooley and Mrs. Elsworth Smith of Chaffee were in town, Saturday. Mrs. Leah Sage, of Mymford was in town, Saturday. Mrs. Fred Woolley, Mrs. Robert Woolley, Mrs. Floyd Twiss and Mrs. Merton Barber of Curriers, were in town, Friday. •Mrs. Francis Morris of Hinsdale, Was the guest of Mrs. E. C Alsworth Friday • Phone Herald for us to call for your Dry Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning, and Laundry. Wellsville Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. 30tf Misses Bertha Gordon and Frances Kut'nn were in Delevan, Saturday. Mr. Fr<.d McKellips who has been in Florida th e past two years, re­ turned to Arcade, Saturday Mr and Mrs. W. H. Hendershott ispent Suuda^ wilu her brother, C. L. I v-r and family at Chaffee. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Bums, of R . te., spent the week-end here with relatives, and friends. iMiss May Arnold, of Rochester, •pint the week-end with her mother, Mrs J. D. Arnold. Hakes of Buffalo was in town Surday | Mr and Mrs. Cln'e Bowman, of I Waterford, Pa., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sherwood over the week-end. Miss Mab 1 Mattesun, of Yorkshire was abt town, Monday. Mr. LaVerne Dawley of Buffalo, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Kate Dawley. Peanut clusters, dipped in milk chocolate, at Morgans, 49 cents per 35 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weast have 1927 Line Eight, Jordan Sedan, purchased last week. A beautiful car - i. „ . The best service in Cleaning ana Pressing Raymond Manness, Arcade, Y. 35 Mr. and Mrs. D. Wellman Dailey, of Summerville, Pa., spent the week­ end with their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Dailey. RAGS WANTED—Clean, cotton, in pieces not smaller than 12 inches square. Herald Office, Arcade, K Mrs. Frank Mason, Mrs. Frank Haskell, Mrs. W. K. Beebe ami Messrs. George Hogue and John Smith attended a dinner given by the Republican County Committee at tbe Hotel Commodore, Perry, Tuesday. The dinner was followed by a meet­ ing. Mr. and Mrs. J Dealing of Austin, Pa., Mr. Dealing of Belmont and Mrs. Bun of Delevan were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller and family and Mr and Mrs. William Marsh and family, Friday evening. Messrs. B. A. Rice and George Wallace attended a First Aid meet­ ing at East Aurora Wednesday even­ ing. The Ladies' Aid of Ste. Pe^er and Paul's Church met at the home of j Mrs. Henry Conners, Thursday after- = m>on ^-^lTrelang = ™next=week=will\be' with Mrs. Kate Dawley r t IMr and Mrs. E. S. Reeves and daughters, Lillian and Edna, were guests of relatives/in Glenwood, Sun­ day. Mrs. William Roche and Mrs. Gra­ ham of Java Center, visited friends and relatives in town, Thursday. Arcade Chapter R. A. M. No. 322 will hold a special Convocation on Friday, Oct. 29. The Mark Master Degree will be conferred. Misses Edna Wightman and Esther Peters were Delevan callers, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Beebe and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beebe motored to Springville and West Valley, Sun­ day. Mrs. Clarence Bunce of Hornell, and Mrs. Oscar Hurlbert of Allegany, visited in town, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Alsworth are visiting their son, Charles at LaSalle. Mrs. Ira C. Little is in Waterport, caring for 'her mother, who is ill. Mr. Little and son, Erwin were with her Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ennis and son, Norman, spent the week-end in Erie with friends. Mrs. Maud L. Wallace of Buffalo, visited her sister, Mrs. W. K. Beebe over the week-end. The. Past Matrons Association of the Wyoming-Genesee district, 0. E S., will be held in Batavia, Friday, Mrs. L. W. Ham, Miss Mable Francis, and Mrs. C. W. Andrews will attend. Mrs. Ham, who was recently appoint­ ed District Deputy, will be the honors ed guest. Mrs. John Donoghue of Rochester, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Augusta Murphy, this week. Mr Earl White was taken to a Buffalo Hospital, Thursday, for an operation, KABO \Live Model\ KABO \LIVE MODEL\ BANDEAUX WH'/ L'H 'j 'J BRASSELETTES \c Prices $1.25 to $3.50. Kabo Corsets will not rust, break or tear. McKerrqw's, Arcade 1? SOUTH SIDE MARKET SPECIAL SATURDAY Summer Sausage, lb .. 32c Lnik Bologna, lb 25c Luncheon Loaf, lb .... 30c Stuffed Olives, pt 30c L. R. BRASS ARCADE, N. Y. Phone 147 lb. Dr. C. A. Mitchell Eyesight Specialist OF BUFFALO will b* at LEWIS' JEWELRY STORE ARCADE, N. Y. Thursday, Nor. 18, 1926 EXAMINATION FREE E. C. LEWIS Ideal for Winter Wear These fabrics are ex­ actly what you 'have been searching for to make some comfort­ able winter dresses. The new Silver Glow cloth. Several colors. Special at 1.25 yd. Latest Novelty tin silk bloomers. Will not run All colors. Special at $1.60 Crocheted hat in ladies and misses. All colors. Special at $2.00 LIGHT WEIGHT MONOPUL ARTICS Monopnl roftWOne Poll.\ Ball Band Monopul Arties have been demonstrated to be the best fitting and best appearing automatic fasten­ er artics on the market Don't sag or wrinkle. In stock, Ladies', Men'B, Misses and Childrens. G. S. Ransom DELEVAN,N.Y. KEEP YOHR FEET WARM and DRY Our complete stock of the celebrated CONVERSE RUBBER BOOTS, RUBBERS, ARTICS, OVERSHOES, ETC. Will enable you to keep your feet warm and dry You will find our prices low. These goods are known throughout the country for their excellent wearing qualities. VECTO Heaters are the newest and most economi­ cal heaters—as well as the best looking. Come in and see them. KIRKBY HARDWARE COMPANY HOLLAND, N. Y. ANNOUNCEMENT I have purchased the Marshall Drug Store at Holland and will make my store Headquarters f or JDrugs, Prescriptions, Candy, Cigars, Kodaks, Toi­ let Articles, etc. - ' SATURDAY \SPECIAL 29c.. Delicious Chocolate 29c Cream Drops Per Lb. \A Trial Will Convince You.\ WINSHIP'S DRUG STORE WARD L. WINSHIP, PROP. HOLLAND, N. Y. When you're mad, keep quiet and do nothing. RADIOS At a Bargain Have several five and six- tube sets, taken in ex­ change for Thermiodynes. will be sold at Very Low 'Prices. Guaranteed to Give Satis- I faction., ERIC LEE Park Street Arcade, N. Y. Every Dollar spent with Home 1 Merchants Boosts Your Town. The only house in town that was DAMAGED A SUDDEN gust of wind. . A house unroofed and damaged by a falling tree. The only property in town that was injured. If the owner had a Wind­ storm and Tornado Policy in The Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn, the damage was repaired at no expense to him. What it it had been your property? ARCADE Insuring Agency Leslie D. Spring Manager Arcade, N. Y. <

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