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*otm WYOMING COUNTY HERALD A Republican Newspaper W. F. Arthurs, Publisher Arcade, N. Y. Published Each Friday at Arcade, N. Y. Entered as Second Class Matter at Arcade, N. Y. Terms of Subscription: One year, strictly in advance $1.60 Six months, strictly in advance, .85 .Three months, stricUy'in advance .50 ' POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the nomination for dis­ trict attorney of Wyoming county in the approaching Republican primar­ ies in September, and I respectfully request the support of all Republican \voters of the County in such primary. Arcade, N. Y.,'JuIy 7, 1927. 19tf Lynn S. Bentley NORTH JAVA Mr., and Mrs. Wm. Cluney and Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. King, Friday. BREESER REUNION The Breeser family reunion was held with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scheune- maan at Perry, Sunday, and all en­ joyed a fine roast beef dinner. The next reunion will be held with Mrs. Ernest Murry at Bliss. CAR WAS WRECKED . Julius. Digel of Castile, whose mid­ dle -name is Hard Luck, \\was side- wiped by a car near Gainesville, Sat­ urday and his car entirely wrecked. MAHER-SULLIVAN REUNION The annual reuion. of the Maher and Sullivan families was held August 14 at the home of R. T. Maher, Bliss, N. Y. There were 106 relatives and friends present. The eldest was Mrs. Susan Norton of Arcade and the youngest Jimmy BookmiUer of Bliss. The ones who came the greatest dis­ tance were Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mc- Craley and daughter Mary of Pitts­ burg, Pa. Others present were from Rochester, Buffalo, Syracuse, Brad­ ford, Pa., and nearby towns. DELEVAN NEWS Write to D. F. Tanner, Holland, N. Y., ior uei.vered prices on bumbeiS Shingles, Brick, Tile and all kinds of buiiuing material. 2S2t2G Mrs. M. lu. \Sattcrfield of .Bulfalc and grandson, the Count John Von- Larish of New York and Mrs. John Martin of Alumtown, Pa., were guests of Mrs. Jane Runser ot Delevan last week. Mr.\ and Mrs. N. E. Bighnm and little son returned home Tuesday, .aftcu spending 'tw'o months with friends in North Dakota and other western states. Lawrence Lidner had the misfor­ tune to have a hay fork run into his leg while working in the hay field. Floyd Burt is home. Miss Alice Wells is having a vaca­ tion from her duties at the V. R. Lvnde home. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Woodworth, G. R. Woodworth and daughter Mar­ garet visited at Mrs. W. D. Olmsteds on Sunday . .Mrs. Mable Brown of West Spring­ field visited- her friend, Mrs. L. E. Thomas on Tuesday evening. Delevan local news on Page 3 V DELEVAN I. O. O. F. NOTES D. D. G. M. Theo. G. Stoll, A. E. Preston, B. G. Hitchcock, L. H. Whit­ ing, Fred Relyea and G. R. Wood- worth attended the meeting of the Grand Lodge of the I. O. O. F. of the state of New York, held in Buffalo, the past week, at Jme Statler Hotel. A feature of^ne convention was a visit of Edward Bradford, Grand Sire of the I. O. 0. F. of the World. This was the first time in fifteen years that a Grand Sire had visited New York State. The R. P. Degree was conferred by Delevan encampment Tuesday evening. DEMOCRATIC DESIGNATIONS IN CATTARAUGUS COUNTY CLEAN OVERALLS Perry Firemen take along three su'ts of overalls when they attend a firemen's convention. If a member becomes overcome by too much hooch, he is relieved of his uniform and furnished with overalls. How­ ever, thus far. there has been no-use for the overalls. Designations made at a meeting of Democratic County Committee of Cattaraugus County were: Fred Forness. Member of Assem­ bly, Olean, N. Y. ' Charles E. Banfield, Sheriff, Olean, N. Y. Mary- GriBoyce, County Clerk, Lit­ tle Valley, N. Y. — J^-S. Hicks, Coroner, Allegany, N. Y. Ralph N. Schaack, Goroner, Go- wanda. Cull the slow-maturing pullets. While delivering a load of coal WilR-im A. Grahxm of Buffalo, 69 years old, dropped dead. . Figures just released show th<\t for the seventh consecutive month Chevrolet registrations have led eery other single make of car in Wayne, County, Mich., in which De­ troit is the leading center. HOLLAND NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Derby and daughter Virginia of Olean spent the week-end with Mr. Georgd Keller and family. ' \ Mr. and Mrs. Mundrick of Utica spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carroll. ' Mr. Fred Zapf is visiting his sons in Buffalo foi\a few days. 1 Mr. William Heintz and Miss Lill­ ian Lipke of Buffalo were guests of Miss Irene Neitzel, Saturday' evening. Mr. Ross Brown spent Tuesday in Springville. Mr. >felson Kent of Buffalo was a caller in (Town recently. Mr. Tom Richards and family of Buffalo and Miv and'Mrs. Ed. John­ son spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs* Huron Nichols of Curriers. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hameister and Mrs. OLD HOME DAY GREAT SUCCESS August 13, 1927 was a day long to be Vemembered as a history making • day for,young and old and to all who answered the call of the first Old. Home day at Java Village. _Preparations were made to' enter­ tain a lai-ge attendance\ and a record- breaking crowd was on hand to help in making it a day of days. Friends came from Illinois, Michi­ gan, Pennsylvania, Florida and nor­ thern Ne\y_-York. Six G. A. R. men, former residents of Java Village were present and were gladly wel­ comed by all. . — -i.. A fine parade more than Tialf a mile long consisting of floats, live stock,_ automobiles carrying G. A. R. Clara Montgomery of Glenwood veterans and village mothers and spent Saturday and Sunday at Buf-1 many novelties formed at the school falo and Niagara Falls. I house promptly at.ll o'clock and was\ Miss Florence McLean has return-: led by the able~bnnd~of Marilla. This d to her home at Demire after spend 'band furnished music all day. ing a few weeks with Miss Kathryn After the parade all joined as one Zwinglestein. large family, seated at the long tables Mrs. Mary Jones of Sardinia was and enjoyed dinner in a good old- in town Friday. ! Cushioned way. Miss Dorothy Colby is spending Our local merchant, Mr. John Nich the week with friends in Buffalo. 1 ols, was enabled thru the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Marshall have the Flickinger Co , the National returned home after a few weeks Bread Co. and the Ontario Biscuit stay at their camp in Canada. Co. to furnish free, soup, baked •Miss Clara Spaulding is spending • beans, coffee, rolls, etc, to all, which the week with friends in Buffalo. ] made a pleasing addition to the lunch Mr. and Mrs. Horace Selleck are baskets, visiting friends in Philadelphia. At 2 p. m. exercises were held con- Mrs. % Nora Kanner and daughter ' sisting of community singing led by Margaret have returned home after ' H. Merlau and the Nichols families, spending some time in Detroit. Address of welcome by the chairman, Mrs. Elida Kent is visiting in Buf- Mr. F. S. Cooper, who also read a falo for a few days.. ARCADE NEWS letter, of greeting from Father M. McNulty of S>t. Louis, Mo. Response > by Mrs. Florence Slack of Batavia. Historical paper by Mrs Mary Bar­ ber of Java Village. An&ble and-in- ; teresting address by Austin Ervipg j of Geneseo. A baseball game at 3 p. m. between Strykersville and Java; Village. Nichols orchestra furnished music DAINTY DRESSES at Clearance Prices Nearly 100 Dresses go on sale Friday, Aug., 19. at a liberal reduction froia our regular low prices. $11.25 'Choice of 26 handsome silk dresses—new this season — flat ' crepe, -georgette, sating colors and Tolack —sizes 15y 2 , years to 46 inches. Former prices up to $25. - $3.755 311 off ourr newestt washh dressess off rayonn silkk orr Silkette—sizess upp too 500 inches,, thatt have-beenave-been amongg thee season'ss bestt sellei-ss att $5.QQ5.QQ each.. $5.000 Yourr choicee off 155 alll silkk dressess fromm lastt season,, plainn orr fancy.. Formerr pricess too $25.. $7.50 Only a f ew* fine printed^ Radium silk-; ' light or navy with small figures. - $3.7 3 o ou newes was dresse o rayo sil o Silkette—size u t 5 inches tha h amon th season' bes sellei- a $ each $5.0 You choic o 1 al sil dresse fro las season plai o fancy Forme price t $25 ~~ Women's Coats d»CFor a stylish coat, «P*Jnew this . season, plaids or mixtures. Wonderful values if you can use one. ' $2.50 A small lot of silk crepe or imported voile dress- % es from last year. BLANKET SALE Now is the time.tp select your blankets for the com- 1 / ing season. Prices will be no lower and probably higher,and these two numbers are exceptional' • values. $4.25 pair Part-Wool Blankets, good-weight, large size 70x80 inches; handsome plaids, pink, blue, . lavender, grey. This is a bargain. $2.65 ' ~Soft7 \ fleecy,\ \ Iieavy weight, Nashua mills, cotton blankets; extra' large 72x80 inches,' neat plaids, attractive colors. WATCH FOR DOLLAR DAY NOTICE NEXT WEEK _ R. C Pingrey & Co, Delevan, N. Y. *',„ —r—— ' Donald Sheuman found'business in Leicester two days this week. \larland Pinney attended the cele- bfation at Ellicottville, Wednesday for the dance at night in the Masonic night. hall. The hall was not large enough Howard Freeman and bride were to accommodate the crowd. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. i The people of Java Village wish, Sherman. in this public way. to extend their Mr. arid Mrs. Jra Little and son hearty thanks to all who responded Erwin are\3pending a week in Wash-i to their call, \Come Home.\ Especial inc<-on, D. C mention and thanks to the Curriers Mr. 'and Mrs. H. R. Morse of East Grange, Henry Niphflls and family, Aurora called on Mrs. Cora Howlett,' Huron . Nichols and family, .Frank Wednesday evening. Meyers and all others who helped to Miss Alice Foit, who is an employee make the day a success, at the J. N. Adam Co., of Buffalo, is . spending a week's vacation with her parents', Mr. and Mrs. G. Foit. . i Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Rumsey ~ of Medina and Mrs. Lawrence Jack-jr rs Julia. Jones son of Toledo. Ohio, were callers at Mr- and ^ Nor man Green of the home of Eugene Haskell, Satur- j Perry have been visit j ng at the Lv-L. - „, , , _ i Barber home the past week. W. M. Pinney and Millard Ger- Miss EDITH ME J. RILL OF 01EAN IS H stung were m Warsaw, Wednesday. guest this week „ t t he home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barber and I and Mrs E L Merrill family attended the Old Home Day I Mr< ^nd'nia. A. L*. Manning of celebration at Java Village, Satur- 1 Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. JaWs ?f i M »T n rr • V1 j i Holmes of Buffalo were week-end , Mr -yid Mrs. N. O. Knight and j Kues f s • 0 f E B Holmes 1 daughte*, Mildred Briggs, and three-i Mr _ James M cMurra y of Rushford grandchildren, Martha Loomis, Beech- vis;ted at the Fred Cornwall h f ome er and Junior Bnggs spent Wednes- 1 {ijjg wee jj. SANDUSKY day with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Fenrs of Sardinia. \ T F. Runals and Fred Young at­ tended the state convention of the I. O. O. F. Lodge held in Buffalo, on Tuesday. Dr and Mrs. G. D. Pickens and daughter Evelyn, and Mr. L. O. Wag­ oner and daughter. Lulu, attended the funeral of Mrs. Nellie Gillette' Henderson at Wellsville, Tuesday. Mr. Frank Sugg of WfshuMon ori-ives today to visit his mother, Mrs. Lena. Sugg and bro'thcr Louis Sueg, Thev have not seen each other for nearly nine years. Miss Lillavene Chaffee and friend were at Rushford, Sunday. Mr. pn/| Mrs. David Owens of San­ dusky called on Emma Kipg, Wed­ nesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson s>nfl son Donald of Bliss and Frank and Catherine Barber visited_ their sister at the Newark hospital last Sunday. Mrs. Marry Morris spent the week­ end with her niece, Mrs. Mary Willey of Pike. Mrs. Lena Sugg is very ill at her home on West Main St. Mi'- Catherine Barber is visiting her sister in Newark, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Christie Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cobb, MTS. Mary Costello and-C. C. Bridge visit­ ed friends in Gowanda,'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rumble and family of Oakfield visited Mr. and Mrs. D. E. B-own, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Frye and grand­ daughter of Buffalo, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Congo over the weekrend. M. F. Jones has inclosed the front veranda of his house. Warren Farm­ er did the work. Air. Rush of Gaiilt and Miss Orpha Weaver of; Ridgeway; Ont., were guests at the Congo home last week. Rev. and Mrs. Gomer Mills enter­ tained Rev. T. S. Evans of Pittsburgh Pa. Wednesday. A. H. Merrill of Rochester spent [several days at the home of his moth- 'er, last week. \ , Ray Jones of Delevan called to see his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jonos^ Tuesday .Jiight. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burlinghame of Kenmore and Mrs., and Mrs. Carl Fisher visited at\ the Wm. Griffith home, Sunday. Mrs. A. N. Capwell and son Gerald, and niece of Hazelhurst, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks. Mrs. Laura Cornwall of Olean has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred IRONGLAD B 'STOGKINGS\FOR THE BOY - • True to the name, wear like iron,. Try a pair for that boy you thin'lHs4iard on stockings— 'start him in to school in them and see if they are not the, kind for which you have been looking. . _ AND, IRONCLAD SOCKS FOR MEN Nothing \better at the price you pay • Priced 15c to $1.00 KNEE PANTS .; ^ • For the boy, the strong rugged kind that stands the hard wear at-school. Priced from $1 to $2.50 , BOYS' BLOUSE* WAISTS K. Ji E. and the R. & .M., fast colors, true to the~size and a large range of patterns from which to choose. - ^ «„ L0CKW00D & SULLIVAN Successors to A. L. Smith's Sons - Arcade, New York and WHITE STORE Delevan, N. Y.' SPECIALS -3ggg? . TOILET PAPER 2 for 15c S. CORN FLAKES 7c RED SALMON 26c NUTURAL LEAF TEA, pkg.31c WHITE HOUSE COFFEE \ 48c, MALT MILK CRACKERS, lb. 21c Waiter ia EUaJ daughter Olive, of Curriers, were, ,.„.„.„ 6 ouu guests of A. W. Mead and family, , Cornwall the ,past week. Wednesday. < Mrs. May Knight and vrmti Mrs. Lillian Butler has returned ^ Knight of Chafee and Mike Phylgari from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. > 0 f Lackawanna called at,<Mrs. EI uutler in Blasdell. ' Wood's, Sunday. »\ , The following—boys-Ieft—W.edncs^—Mrs„P.-0.-Powers-of-Portville j was-| day night for the Genesee Council ..calling on friends here, Thursday. Boy Scout Camp at Silver Lake:',', Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wunsch, Mr. George Cottrill, Edwin Cottrill, Merle and Mrs. Louis Welk and sons of Follett, Stanley Gerstung, Francis . Buffalo were callers at the Rubleman Harrison, Emmons Hopkins and Gor- ^home last week, don Roberts. They will be gone a, jtfr. and' Mrs. Ernest Haskell and week. daughter of Buffalo are visiting here Mr. Bert Dawley' of Sardinia and. this week.' - ,. ^ Mrs. Delia Hilliker.-'of Los Angeles, i'. Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks visited Calif., were guests of A. W. Mead'-Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Crowell >v at HoK and family Wednesday night. , . land, Sunday. ' ' ^ Mr3. Cook left Friday for Buffalo, j . .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest\ \Hartsburg after a few'days visit-with Mr. and \ and' daughter returned to their home, Mrs -Adelbert Davis/\ .«) : in Buffalo after spending two weeks , Mrs. Hattie Martin of East Aurora' at the Mrs. Thomas Williams farm., is a guost of Mrs. W. D. \Reed and.j Mrs. Mary Orf has been sick the • •* — J - — J ~ ' past week with indigestion but i s im­ proving*. * .. 'Mrs. C. Hinterberge'iv.of_ Spring- other Arcade friends. Harry Barber of Buffalo was a- caller in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hcndershott,, Mrs. M. S. Barber and Mrs. Alice; McNair viewed the wonderful work' on the dam near Rushford,-Tuesday^. Dr. and Mrs. A'; L. Seyse'and son were in Buffalo„.Monday. John Green, Mr. and MTS. Lester Barber, Franks Hale, Mr. and Mrs;] - W. D. Rcea, Mr. and Mrs. Bart SheeTie, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hender- shott, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wells and; sons «nd Rpbert Sheehe and family J, were, among those .who attended Old Home Day at'Java Village last Saturv day, and report-a very, large crowd and a most enjoyable day. '. , Mr. and-Mrs. Harry Gray and Mrs. Fillian Butler were at. Chestnut Ridge,. Sunday. Mrs. M. S. \Barber\bf Strykersville has been a guest of her sister, Mrs. Hendershott a few days. , r- Mrs. Stone of Chafee was in town,] Thursday. Mr. John Qtiesta of East Rochester is visiting'relatives and friends^n town. brook visited her daughter an<f fam­ ily, Mr, and Mrs. D. Congo over the week-end. • ' j it-Mn-and-Mrs.—James'Grifflth enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams and daughter June of Syracuse, Mrs. Bessie Miller of Catskill and Mrs. Leonard of Buffalo, last Friday. \Mrs. \Adah Sergei and'Mrs. Nellie Richardson of Yorkshire celled at the B.'C. Brown home, Tuesday. • ( •Mr.'Oliver Strong of Delevan call- ,ed at E. L. Merril's,- Tuesday evening. NEW OFFICERS. OF K ,\ . • WOMAN'S, BENEFIT ASSO. Port Huron, \Mich.—At -Conven­ tion sessions of the Woman's Benefit Association, world's largest.-fraternal benefit society for women, held. in Port Huron, unanimous vote was given\for a .European Marathon Cruise for the 1929 Convention, elec­ tion of officers to take place in 'Lon­ don, England, with installatl6n In The Latest Metropolitan Craze Th4 Ail Linen Lunch Cloth • Dress Make it yourself and save $5. Can be made in an hour or so. The All-Linen Lunch Cloth Dress is made from\ all linen bordered Lunch _CiQths.__ ; See one made up at the Store EXTRA SPECIAL FOR $L69 r - Geo. Si RansQiii ' DELEVA^ N. 'Y ,J\: ...^ Palmolive Goods . on ! sale-^-Cold :: Cream, , Vanishing* Cream, Eace Powder, etc -^;39C Special at' V.'iV'.. - \' Paris.' . *\\\\ Miss Bina M. West was again hon­ ored with unanimous election to the supreme presidency, this being her fifth consecutive election 1 as chief executive., 1 \. Other supreme oflficers'unanimous- ly elected are: . ^ s Acting Past President—Mrs. Car­ rie L. McDannell, Buffalo, N. Y. \ Supreme President—Miss Bina~M.. West, Port Huron, Mich. Supreme Vice President—Mrs. Al­ berta V. Droelle, Detroit, Mich. Supreme Secretary—Miss Frances D. Partridge, Port Huron, Mich. v Supreme Treasurer—Mrs. M. Louise Hinrichs, Chicago, HI, ANTONHEDIN'S Jewelry* Store '* First Class,: Repair Work . -Delevan, ,N. Y. .V \LACKAWANNA\ HARD - COAL - SOFT - MORE\ HEAT—LESS ASHES .WOODWORTH HARDWARE CO. DelcTan, N. Y. I,

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