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Miteer Springs --$%«roL vol. xxin. SILVER SPRING^, N. Y.. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1915 No. 38 SprifiD8—— News and Notes An Interesting Bunch of Late Local News. Chas. P. Kniffin was i n Buffalo Monday and Tuesday.' Erie agent C. G. Thoman is in Avon today attending a meeting of Erie agents. Mrs Chas. Kniffin is spending several days with her sister, Mrs. jr. B. Qulnlean, in Buffalo. John D. Rockefeller shipped in a new oil delivery wagon yesterday for the use of William Neu, mana­ ger of tbe local Standard Oil deliv­ ery station. Oil is liable to g o up any time now. Miss Ruth Taylor, a former stu­ dent in tbe Silver Springs High School, was operated on in New York Saturday for appendicitis. She bas been attending school in that city this year. ' C. VV. Palmer was in Rochester last night, where he was initiated into tbe Ancient Arabic Order, No­ bles of the Mystic Shrine, at Da­ mascus Temple. The hot sands burned Chet's feet some, but other­ wise he came out all right. .N'aora Lodge, No. 667, I . O. O. F„ will observe the 96th anniver­ sary of tbe order at their rooms next Monday evening, April 26th. An interesting program is being prepared, among which will be ad­ dresses by Rev. G. W. Richmire' of Gainesville and Rev. L. A. Wright of this village. All Odd Fellows and their wives and Re- bekabs are invited. Clean Up Day. ATTTTrreetiug-of- the-village_hoard of health held Monday afternoon, next Monday, April 26th, was des­ ignated as \ village clean up day.\ On that day if you will have your winter's accumulation of tin cans and other refuse in boxes or bar­ rels at the street curb, the street commissioner will haul it off at no expense to the householder. Any old refuse, with the exception of coal ashes, will be hauled off free of charge. The board of health wishes the SIGNAL to lay particular stress on the fact that all out houses, drains, etc., shall receive prompt and care ful attention, as tbey are the breed­ ing places for flies and contagious diseases and should be looked after at once. The sanitary laws are very strict, and if the local author­ ities don't do their duty, the state board will step in and make it mighty interesting for those who neglect to obey the laws. OATKA. Several of the pupils in Dist. No, 4, Gainesville, are sick with the measles. Mrs. Nellie Eastland spent last week in Perry. Lillian Lord spent last week with ber parents at Newburg. Mrs. Perry Bolton spent Sunday with Mrs. Ella Madison. Mrs. Chas. Burlingame has been quite sick with lung trouble,, bat is some better at present. Mrs. Pot ler is caring for her. Mrs. Mosber is visiting her mother, Mrs. Calvert. Mesdames Dutton and Mae Owen spent Sunday at James Booth's. Arthur Christ and wife of War saw visited their parents, Jas. Al len and wife, Sunday. M. D. Fenner is spending some time in Pike. Geo. Fenner and Wife are settled in tbeir new home. Gustave Keller spent Sunday in Rochester, Harry Handyside of Rochester 'Pent a few days with his.parents kst week. Mrs. Gilbert Main is sick with ti* grippe. Charles Daniels was a guest of Richard Keller Sunday. Edwin Strait of South Warsaw \stored out to Ed. Whittam for ft* season. P'aatHealy has sold the Alice «fca farm to Fred Gleason of Miss Anna Golden was a guest of Mrs. Arthur Fenner Monday. OAK HILL. Mrs. Emma Yager of Hume spent Tuesday and Wednesday wt& Roy Calkins and family; Clarence atia>Ruth Dletzel of Gainesville were ^Sunday guests of John Kirchgraber and wife- Frank Rathbone and W. Sowerby and wives and Merrill Richards were entertained .at the home of Miss Millicent Keeton of F »itview, Thursday evening. Mrs. Chas, Howlett and Miss Jenks ol Perry were guests Thurs­ day of Mrs. R oy Calkins. District Institute. The Olean District Ministerial Institute was held in the M. E. church in this village Tuesday and Wednesday with about thirty cler­ gymen in attendance. Very inter­ esting addresses and discussions have been presented, a temperance address delivered by Rev. G. R. Williamson of Olean First Church Tuesday evening being especially worthy of mention. 'An address by Dr. P. L. Frick of Buffalo yes­ terday afternoon was also a master­ ly one. The ladies aid society furnished dinners and suppers to the visiting clergymen in the .church parlors and Tuesday night tbe visitors were entertained at the homes of various members of the church. Married. Friends here have received an­ nouncements of the marriage of James D. Fitzgerald, a brother of M. F. Fitzgerald of this place, and Miss Mayme Genevieve McGovern at St. Thomas Aquinas church, Cleveland, Ohio, Thursday, April 22nd, 1915. Af home after May 15th, at 1163 Rowley Avenue, S. W., Cleveland, Ohio. The groom has many friends in this vicinity who will be pleased to extend hearty congratulations on this happy event in his life. Crescent Theatre. Program for Friday night: 'Weekly No. 16,\ \ Reformation of Ham, \ \ Every Inch a King,\ two reels, featuring Francis X. Bushman. Saturday night, \ Money, \ in five acts, featuring Carlotta De- Felice. \Money\ tells a heart gripping story—it Is deeply inter­ esting. In one of the scenes an entire palace is burned and destroy­ ed with all its rich oriental fur­ nishings and hangings. The Cali­ fornia scenery is wonderfully beautiful. caumy.MP VICINITY All the Important News Occurring About Us P. A Qaffney bas purchased the Berlin hotel at North Java. * Tbe infant son of Geo. Bartz and wife of Varysburg died April 10th. B. J Beardsley has sold his large brick block on Main St. in Arcade to Senior Mornfngr Last Thursday morning was known as \Senior Morning\ at the High School, \when the Senior class had charge of the exercises at chapel. The following interesting program was given: Song School Reading Mabelle Lafferty Piano Solo \Naomi Davis Song..., School Reading. Amie Robson Vocal Solo Marion Mason Song School Won Another Banner. About thirty Epworth Leaguers from this place attended the rally at Warsaw Friday night. The Silver Springs League again won the banner for the largest attend­ ance, making three they have won ('during these rallies. John Qugsta Mrs. Albert Dohse of Attica died Tuesday afternoon of apoplexy. She was 47 years old. Miss Mabel Greaves of Perry and Theodore MoDonald of Olean were married Saturday. Frank Prentice bas sold his gro eery store at Silver Lake Assembly to Wm. J Stratford. George W. Clinch of Sheldon and Miss Caroline Zahn of Buffalo were married last Wednesday. Mrs Peter Zehler died at ber home in Bennington April 10th, of pneumonia, aged 76 years. Benry Vallance, Arcade's blind, collector and news agent, has gone to California to \see\ the Exposi tion Will Mosher and family have re turned to Portageville from Califor­ nia and will live on what is known as tbe Dann farm. Peter Herman, an old resident of the town of Java, died at the bome of his daughter, Mrs Edward Lor- ang, near North Java last week. The funeral of Mrs David Rood, an old resident-of this county, was held at Johnson!>nrg Sunday. She is survived by orison, Porter Rood. Bids were opened at Albany Tnes day for the repair of tbe Castile Cen­ ter-Perry Center road. McCarthy & Wall of Monnt Morris were low with a bid of $8,572. Mrs. George D. Gillett, a lifelong resident of Wiscoy and vicinity, died last week, aged 79 years. She was a sister of L. P. Ross, the prominent shoe manufacturer of Rochester. The contract for bnilding road No 5410, Warsaw-Pavilion, parts 3 and 4, 3 88 miles, baa been given to the John Johnson Construction Co. of Buffalo, at their bid of $40,083.85 William Henry Charles, 84 years old, died at the home of 4ff a son, Junius, north of Warsaw Friday One daughter, Mrs Olive Gleason, and three sons, Elmer E , Herbert B., and Junius Charles of Warsaw, survive. Malcolm McConnell, 72 yeara old. died at his home in Warsaw Monday mornings after a long illness. He was born in Ireland and came to Wyoming county in 1849. A wife, son, daughter, four brothers and three sisters survive. The end of tbe Saxer-Acqnard suit, instituted in Wyoming connty conrt in 1908, was reached Saturday when the 100 acre farm in Benning ton waa sold at mortgage foreclosure. Mrs. Mary Lorish of Warsaw bid off tbe farm for $2,101.96 The funeral of William Tallman, one of tbe pioneer residents of this section, was held from bis late bome in Perry Sunday af ternood. He was born on the Tallman farm on tbe west side of tbe lake in 1828 and he bad always resided in this vicinity Beside his wife he leaves two sons, Merton of Buffalo and George Tall' man of Baltimore. Bert H. Otis has rented Robert Gregg's farm, west of tbe lake. The infant son ot Fred Haakins and wife of Perry died Monday. The town of Covington has ^aV chased a Buffalo Pitts steam roller. Mrs. K. C RogorB of Pennsyl­ vania bas leased the Parker House atj Dalton. The five weeks old daughter of A. W. Smith and wife of Attloa died last week. Miss Lena Marzolf died at her home in Strykersville April lltb, aged 54 years, Miss Olive Acqnard of ^orry and Emra Preston of Fillmore were mar­ ried last Thursday. Victor Draper of North Gainesville ^fnd Miss Bernico Dunbar of Castile were married last week. Mrs, Lewis Gotra of Portageville was called to Massachusetts last week by the death of ber father. Barney S. Beuerlein, mayor of Mt. Morris, was married last week to Miss Dora Doolittle of Rochester. Mrs Charlotte Whito, 64 years old, died at her bome in Hunts April 9th. A husband, son and daugblor survive. Mrs. Geo. B. Tallman, who , was for many years a resident of Perry, died recently at ber bome at West Grove, P^. Mrs, Cornelius Jones, 69 years old, died at ber bome near Attica last week, in the house where sho came as a bride fifty years ago. Tbe commissary department of tho B. R. & P. bave let tbe contract for all their laundry work to the Wyo ming Valley Laundry of Warsaw. Richard R. Jones of Attica, 65 years old, fell dead last Wednesday, while assisting a neighbor roll his lawn. Apoplexy was given as tho cause of death. Earl Carroll bas bought the D'Au tremont place in Portageville. As be takes possession May 1st, a cor­ respondent says weddiog bells will soon be ringing. Arthur McMnrlry, a former rest dent of Fillmore, was instantly killed last week while at work repairing a bridge on tbe Erie at Patterson, N J. A wife and five brothers tnrvive. Tbe wiU of John Albright, wbo died in Pike Feb. 4th, has been ad­ mitted to probate. The value of his estate was given as $3,000 realty and $1,500 personal property, all of which was bequeathed to his wife. Mrs. Daniel Mackerchar, aged 47 years, died at her home on Warsaw East Hill Tuesday morning. She was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and had lived in Warsaw 25 years. A husband and four children survive, Benjamin G. Wirt, a veteran o f tbe Civil war, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Flora Waahburn, Saturday evening, aged 84 yeara. Be bad lived in Warsaw six yeara. Tbe body waa taken to Belfast for burial. Harry Wakeman of Attica, 19 yeara old, was drowned at Olean, where he was at work, 8nnday, when a bridge on which he and a couple fyonng ladies were standing gave way and they were thrown into a creek. All three were drowned. The School Library. This year the school library has been overhauled; some of the books tn^erbeetr-rebound nnd the, hooks have been reclassified and recata- logued. In place of the old book form of catalogues, a card system Depot Broke Into. The Erie station at Bock Glen was broken into Sunday night. Nothing much of value waa missed. The ticket case was broken into, a ped­ dler's sample case, that had been left there, wai also broke open and the contents scattered abont tbe ' room, bnt nothing of value was taken'. \^Sabflcribe for the SIOKAI. has been installed which increases very much the value of the library as the various books are more easl- y accessible. It also* aids the li­ brarian in keeping a record of books drawn out and in keeping track of the books in the library. The library contains a large number of reference books in his­ tory, science,'travel and biography. There is also a good: list of stand­ ard fiction. These\books are for the use of the people of the village wbo assist in the support of the li­ brary by paying the school taxes. The people should avail themselves of the privilege of using the books. In checking up the books before recatalogueirg them, it was found that a large number of books could not be'found. They were either lost or worn out. It may be pos­ sible that there are books in the homes which have been overlooked, and which would help to complete our lists. The school would con­ sider it a great favor if the parents would look through their books, see if they have any belonging to the school, and if any such should be found, kindly bring or send them to the library. Cancelled. Farm Bureau Agent H. M. Bow- en is authority for the statement that the dates for the farm demon­ stration train on tbe Erie, which was to stop at Castile, Warsaw and Attica on Friday and Saturday of this week have been cancelled. Large quantity ot Seed Oats for sale. -Monroe & Austin. Welcome Release From {Suffering. Mrs E. F. Bator Passed Away Aftor 16 Years Invalidism. Honor Roll. The following pupils altainod an average ot 90 per com or above in tbeir school worK during vbe third quarter of tbe school year: 1st & 2nd Grades—James Baker, Rob ert Humphrey, John Nowak, Mary Brougbton, Mary Coady, Mny McBride, Mary Toolon, Loo Richards, Julian Stafflor, Doris Bush, Margaret Murphy, Tbelma Palmer, Olomonttno Rollly. 3rd & 4th GraUos— Elloou Ebrosmau, Morrltt Brougbton, Jamos Korshaw. 6th & Oth Grados—Harold Komp, Ev­ erett Chaffee, Jamos Lafferty, Marlon Cumuilngs, Margarot Ualor, Looua Duffy, Madolrtne Ehresman, Mary Humphrey. 7th & 8tb Grados—Harold Dowdlo, Martha Dunn .Gonoviovo Ln(forty, Mar­ ion Austin, Gladys Kemp, Marguorlto Farnsworth High School—Naomi Davis, Elizabeth Romington. Tbe following students have been neither late or tardy during tbe third quarter: John Cullinan, Wilfrid Toolon, Rus­ sell Fontaino, Ellzaboth Chasoy, Laura Fuller, Ellzaboth—Romington, Claronoo Marvin, Adolbert Wagnor, Lloyd Dum- bletpn, Gladys Kemp, Blanche Bray, Arthur Robson, Leo Cullinan, Mary Humphrey, Margaret Balor, Llbblo Dnmbleton, Sarah Dixon, Mildred Mur pby, Mildred Courlnoy, Allco Andorson, Reed Fluker, Patio Goby. Busto Barber, Anna Eddy, Elslo Fontaino, Dorothy Heath, Dorothea Moons, Frank Gran ger, James Kershaw, Gerald Morris, Englo Richards, Kenneth Dumbleton Robert Humphrey, Benson Tallman, Mary Broderlck, Margarot Cullinan, Marie Eddy, Antonia Petrik, Mary Toolen, Thomas Dixon, Loo Richards, Eugene Tyler, Anna Luzor, Angollno Petrik, Clementine Rellly. Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate trans fers have recently been recorded in the Wyoming connty clerk's office Peter C. Lucas to. Charles C. Hewitt, consideration $1.00. Edwin V. Smith to Susie Rath- bun, 120 acres, consideration $1.00. ArabellaPiatt to Marlon R. Ayr­ ault, consideration $1.00. Mrs. E. F. Baier passed away at her home in this village Friday at- ternoon about one o'clock, after many years of invalidism. 'About' sixteen years ago, Mrs. Baler was strickeu with rheumatism, front which she was hopelessly crippled,' and during all those long years of. suffering, she was ever most pa- tieut and uncomplaining. Only a day or two before ber death, she was taken with what tier physician diagnosed as perforating gastric ul­ cer and she failed rapidly, until death came as a welcome release from earthly suffering. Mrs. Baler was born in Ashford, N. V., Dec. 6, 1860, the daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Jacob Smith. Thirty-two years ago the 21st of last January, she was united in marriage to IS. F. Baler. They began housekeeping at Gowanda, N. Y,, and have since lived at Farmersville Station, Freedom; Kngle, Wethersfield and other places where Mr. Baler was em­ ployed as a cheesemaker. Five years ago this spring, they moved to this village which has since been their home. Unto Mr. and Mrs. Baier, six children were born, all of whom survive and were privileged to be present at the funeral—Mrs. Mil­ lard Wilder of Farmersville, Mer­ rill Baler of. Kingsbury, Ind., Floyd of Javo*Lake, Mrs. Clarence Qunckeubush of Bliss, Earl Baler of Kingsbury, Ind,, and Miss Mar­ garet of this place. Mrs. Baler also leaves two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Augusta Grady of Cuba, N. Y., Mrs. Addle Goode- mote and Jasper J. Smith of Sprlngville. On account of her close confine­ ment, few people here were privi­ leged to know Mrs. Baler, bnt those neighbors who made her acquaintance, admired her for her patience and cheerfulness through­ out the long hours of suffering. The family have been very kind in ministering to her care and com> fort during ber long illness and. confinement. They have much sympathy In their sorrow. Funeral services were held at her late bome Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. L. A. Wright;, Monday morning, the body wast*-' ken to Farmersville for bu/jal, ac­ companied by the\sorrswipg hus» band and children. Among those from out of town in attendance at the funeral wert Millard Wilder and' family of Farmersville, Merrill .Baler anil family and Earl Baler of Kings­ bury, Ind., Floyd Baler and fam' ily of Java Lake, Mr. and Mra. Clarence Quackenbush of Bliss, H. W. Baier and daughter, Mrs. Ray Hamilton, of Machias, Mra. Robt. McKerrow of Yorkshire, \Mrs. Addle Goodemote and Jasjper JL Smith of Sprlngville. District Meeting. At the Wyoming Rebekah dis­ trict-convention.held at Attica yes terday, 22 Past Grands were In at­ tendance. Mra. Radcier ~6f Attica was-recommended for district dep JJHrtyT^M^». Geo. E. Piper of this place was elected secretary and Mrs. J. G. Kershaw, also of this village, was elected treasurer. ' Subscribe for the 8iaitAL Card of Thanks. Mr. Baier and children wish to express to the neighbors and friends, their heartfelt appreciation for their kindness and assistance dnring Mrs. Baler's Illness arid since ber death. They are especial­ ly grateful to the singers and those who furnished the beautiful flowers, and wish to thank all for the court­ esies extended. ~ For Rent or Sale on Easy Terms: H. H. Lewis' home on 8onth Main St.— Enquire at the Bank. Eight tons good timothy bay for sale. —JohffF. Howard, Silver Springs, R, F.D. Nice, bright seed oats for sale.— Charles Mack.

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