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The Wyoming County herald. (Bliss and Silver Springs, N.Y.) 1891-1927, September 09, 1927, Image 3

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PAGE THRF* ATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10. 1927 The business men of Holland cordially invite you to cpme to their stores ton Saturday* and share in the liberal bargains they are offering. ELSWORTHS SPECIALS t - Here is what ONE DOLLAR will buy on Sat. Sept. 10 1 Ladies and Children's Dresses that sold up to $5.00 Two pair Ladies Silk and Fibre Hose Three pairs Children's 50c Socks li. lbs. Best 80c Tea 2 lbs. Monarch Coffee Ladies Silk Sweaters that sold up to $5.00 Four yards of 30c and 32c Ginghams 10 cans Milk 2 12-qt. Heavy Tin Pails 30x3 VL> size Inner Tube 1 gal. (4 kinds) Cattle Fly Spray Men's regular $1.25 Union Suits? Three pair Men's 50c Fancy Socks 1 doz. 1-qt. size Atlas E Z Seal Fruit Jars 3 large pkgs. Pillysburys Pancake' Flour .' •- Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes Misses and Children's Sweaters 13 cakes of any 10c Toilet Soaps, one- kind or assorted . . 25 cakes of any 5c Laundry Soaps Fancy Baskets selling up to $1.75 Any $1.00 Tie and 25c Arm Bands 1 qt. can Stuffed Olives 3 pkgs. Mothers China Oats\ 15 1000-sheet Rolls Toilet Paper 1 qt. Tanglefoot House Fly Spray Large Aluminum Dish Pan 5 pkgs. Chipso Any two 75c Books 2 lbs. Creamery Butter 2 pairs Boy's and Children's Tennis Shoes 1 Heavy Galvanized Wash Tub 2 59c Granite Dishes Kirkby Hardware Co. BARGAINS We will have many more $1.00 Bargains on sale on this Dollar Day Space here will not permit us to name them all Come Spend DOLLARS and SAVE Elsworth & SOD, Holland, N, Y. Sfi ifi ifi ifi tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi .£ tfi m tfi tfi tfi ts tfi tfi tfi. tfi tfi !tfi I* tfi tfi * tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi In the list below you will find genuine bargains, that will save yon money. We are giving liberal reductions on many other articles. Your Dollar will Buy: 3'Assorted Butcher Knives .. . $1.00 iy 4 Qt House Fly Gas 1.00 $3.50 Rex Electric Iron 1.00 $1.50 Hand Saw 1.00 White Enamel Dish Pan 1.00 Good Bit Braces 1.00 Deitz Little Wizard Lanterns . 1.00 Blue Enamel Preserving Kettle 1.00 4 in. Paint Brushes 1.00 We Onyx Enamel Dish Pan 1.00 These are all genuine bargains. Come in Dollar Day. will save you money on any purchase you make. s KIRKBY HARDWARE CO. - - - - HOLLAND, N. Y. fesfiifiifitfitfiifiifitfiifiifiifiifaifitfisfiifig^ SANDUSKY NEWS MAS0NVILLE U.-, k did guests at A. E. Wilson's won \, IMC ' Hiimann and son of Ala- bam., nut Miss Addie Hamann of Sardinia 'Mrr. n Williams ami family visit­ ed at ( . >len Williams' at West Val- l;y, Nniuiiy NY.it' c p ;-yone from this vicinity attpn .ii i the Labor Day celebration at Pi.;, ^ in I.\m Unlliert and family of Elli- cothiil, uci-p week-end guests at A. I i>. • . Ralph Tloderes and family of Lan- ca<tc -Med at Leslie Evert's, Sat­ urday int\ Sunday, Mr*. Fr.od Milks and 'daughter Maud nnd JIr.=. Loomis of Machias spent Frnlav at Merton. Williams'. Mrs Uf.ol T.oekc and little'son re­ turned to their home at Franklin- v >Uc S 'l .nilav after spending several yeeK -\ Mi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rob- ' inson. • Mr and Mrs. Z. B. Hall and-Mrs. Spcda Bump attended the funeral of Mr*—R A Vaughan at Sandusky on Wptlnnpday. ~ • Thr> Ladies'' Aid'at Mrsr-Haiti e Everot's. Tuesday, was well-attended. Jno mvt meeting will be at 'Mrs. wttic Fast land's, September 21. . . Mr* Ruth Wilson and son Milford jwted M Frank Kessler's at Ischua, , Thuridnv ' Special LARGE, BUSHY FERNS $1.00 Tanner's Greenhouses Holland, N.Y., Phone 37 \G f , ower. of Dutinctire FW«r»\ CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 BANK OF HOLLAND • HOLLAND, N. Y. Robert J. Watson, President Paul J. Wurst, Vice-President R. Stanley Wood, Cashier Harold C. Haws, Bookkeeper Vera A. Zimmer, Bookkeeper Faye 'C. Dillon, Bookkeeper, Total Resources $800,000. By Mrs. Julia Jones. Mr. and Mrs.-Wonsch of Buffalo and Mi*, and Mrs. Beloshe and sons of Buffalo were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rubelman. Mr. and Mrs. Anson Foss, Mr. and Mrs. George Orton drove to Spring? ville Monday night to take Mrs. Co- 'bo home. Misses Arlean and Clara Darling of Attica and Roy 'Jones of Delevan visited at their grandparents last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jones. The annual picnic ,of the Sandus­ ky Sunday schools will 'be held Sat­ urday, September 10; Bring your basket and have a good time. The picnic - will be held on the public •green. Mr. and Mrs. Fields of Hazelhurst are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cobb spent Saturday, Sunday and Monday at Eldred, P,a.; and at Mr. James Stev­ ens at Millport, Pa. Mrs. Stevens returned home with the,m for a^ week's visit. Mr. and Mrs.<- F . H. Free.man' and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Barber spent Labor day in Buffalo.. Mr. and^Mrs. Daniel Moi-gan of Freedom spent Monday evening at the home of Mr', and. Mrs. David Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brown visited at the. home of Mi\ and Mrs. Frank Gheesman at Blasdell over the week­ end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burlinghame were'guests Friday at the home of Wm. Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, and daughter of Arcade called at David Owei\s .qn Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schmnhl and children, and Mr and Mrs. C. J. ferantz of Buffalo spent the week-end and Labor Day at the home of Mr. add \Mrs. Anson Foss. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rumble and children of Oakfield visited friends in town Sunday and Monday, Mr. Walter Cobo and daughter of Springville visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anson Foss last week. • Mr. and Mrs. A_ E. Austin • and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griffith spent La­ bor Day inLittle Valley. The \MissesThoebe Elizabeth-and Minnie Griffith have gone to - their schools in Buffalo. Mrs. Harrison Beebe is\ visiting in Perry this week. Mr. W. H. Jones has returned from a visit in Waterloo. ' Mrs. Dwight Jones and grandson Harold Darling autoed to Attica on Monday. Harold remained at home after spending the* summer at the home of Floyd'Higgins. Rev.- and- Mrs. Gomer Mills and family visited friends in Wales and East Aurora last week. Oliver Strong 'of Delevan visited his sister, Mrs.- E . L. Merrill over the week-end. Messrs. E.' B. Holmes and Lee Smith of .Farmersville found business in Arcade Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.> George Morse and family of Perry-spe-nt. Sunday at the Beebe home. • -. . , Mrs. Jarries' Griffith has returned home after spending a.week at Lime Lake. - . - '•' Mrs. Anna Blackman came home Saturday after . spending several weeks visiting relatives in Collins, Gowanda, Kenmoreiand Oil City. Mr. and Mrs. E. Perkins of Frank- liville called to see Mr. and Mr. L. M. Wood, Monday. Mrs. Emma Parker and son Fran­ cis of Little Valley called Monday to see John R. Wjlliams. SAVED on a $10.00 purchase Saturday Sept, 10 D. F... Tanner, Builders Supplies . HOLLAND, N. Y. ' Miss Marie Merrill of Little Val­ ley was calling on friends here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rogers'and daughter Mina and Mil. Frederick Richardson of Horncll were visitors of Mrs. Lillian Veil from Saturday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ford Metcalf of Rushford visited at E. B.Hurlburt's Sunday. - - Mrs. Grace Coates and Mr. and i Mrs. Lloyd Watson and sons of Perry I and Mr. and Mrs. C. Newman and i and family of Buffalo were guests Sunday of Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. New­ man, i Mrs. Ann Evans visited friends in j Arcade, Wednesday. Our district school opened Tues­ day with Mrs. Green' and Miss Nea-' mon as teachers. There were 28 students registered. By Mrs.- Earl Moore. I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pratt attended ' the Hamburg fair Thursday. \~ ' Mr. W. E. Pratt and Charles Lloyd , found business in East' Aurora on' Friday. ' I Leon Pratt and lady friend and - n'vin Hughes and Miriam Pugh at- 1 tended the Hamburg fair .Wednesday Mrs. Alice Hatch spent the past I two weeks with her daughter in Buf­ falo. Mrs. H. P Bend .and Mrs. Earl Moore were in Franklinville, Friday. George Scott, Reuben Wils.on, Lor-- enzo Wood and Ira Hatch attended- the Hamburg fair, Thursday.. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Stocker and j Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wood of East Aurora visited Charles Wilson and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton McElheney of Rochester and Mrs. A. L. Caner of Kennedy were visitors on Sunday at Mrs. Mettie McElheney's. Miss Elizabeth Freeman and Miss Alberta Booker spent Labor Day at Rushford. Mr. and Mrs. E. Owens and son Robert of Buffalo visited, David Ow­ ens and Mr. and Mrs. DaLew Hughes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Hughes and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Westover at Yorkshire, Sunday. DaLcw Hughes and William Owens had business in Olean, Friday. Miss Helen, Freeman, Mr. antl Mrs. DaLew Hughes and daughter Gwen­ dolyn and Mr Peter Hughes spent Labor Day at Rushford. Mi. - Cleve Lucie was in Buffalo on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenks and fam­ ily of Niagara Falls and Mr. and Mrs. O. Cramer and son Dickey of Buffalo were callers at DaLew Hughes, Monday. * T, olen Freeman was in Sar­ dinia Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T J. Cobb spent the week-end in Millport and Eldred with Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson. Mrs. Stevenson. .Mrs. Stevenson returned home with them.for a visit. Cfllers at the T. J. Cobb home on Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dunning and Mrs. Helen Bridenbak- er of Buffalo. More Sandusky News on Page 4. 100 Letter Heads 100 Envelopes , With name, address and business neatly printed. Orders may be, left with Mrs. Kate VanValken- burg or mailed to W. F. .Arthurs, Arcade, N. Y. f < Now is the time to subscribe for the HOLLAND REVIEW, Holland's home paper. Ten per cent reduction will be given on Dollar Day, Saturday, Aug. 27 Holland Review\ F. M. Smith, local editor, Holland, N. Y. i

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