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Silver Springs signal. (Silver Springs, N.Y. ;) 1892-19??, August 12, 1915, Image 10

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the sIlver-springs;:signal. .Silver Springs Signal, - 'Republican in-Pblitics. •:• Published Each Thursday at Silver Spring? New Yerk. r William Ingleby/Editor. The B IQXAL ia entered at thrf Post Office st Stiver Springs, N, Y., as second-clan mail mat­ ter. <• - lob Work exeonted with dlspstoh and sat' ' Uf action guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Office In Denton Block Msln Street, opposite -•depot. Terms of Subscription 0 MS Yuri, la Advance.. - ..'. SI 00 Six Moimu, \ 80 TXKM HoNTnB, 26 TflUBSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1015. The Latest News From Castile What Our Neighbors on the Reservation are Doing. PIKE slowly Mra. Mary Belden has gone to Osceo­ la, Pa., to spend a few .weeks with her sister, Mrs. Joel Klser. Mrs. Gladys Howard, who has been visiting Dr. and Mrs. B. D. Howard, returned to her home in Rochester Isst Thursday. Tracey Edmonds and wife were bere last week snd shipped their household goods, which were stored since last spring, to Shorts ville. Miss Gertrude Randall and Kenneth Elwoil were married last Wednesday afternoon at tbe borne of tbe brid e's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Randall ot Beeohwood Ave., by Rev. H. Olay Mllllman, pastor of the Methodist cbnrcb, in the presence of tbe immedi­ ate families. Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Harding and son Moore and Miss Atta Moore returned from their trip to the Panama Exposi­ tion last week. The trip proved bene floial to the doctor's health. He gained forty pounds In weight and is as fat as a biscuit. Mrs. Belle Thomson and daughter Miss Pearl went to Pavilion Friday, where the latter will spend a week with her uncle, John Broughton and wife. Howard Ethnrirjgton of Buffalo, a former resldont of this place, bag been visiting bis old school friends the past week. Rev. and Mrs. George Storner of Buf­ falo are spending some time al tbe farm home ot Albert Preston and wife on tbe Glen Iris road. Mrs. Walter B. Humphrey and son oi Schenectady $re visiting ber parents,. Mr. and Mrs. M A. Hopkins, and other relatives and friends in town for a time. T Miss Jennie Motealf, who has been spending a few weeks witb her parents, ^Wm. Metcnlf and wife, returned last 'week to her duties as domestic science teacher In the Girl's Training School at Hudson, N Y. . The blight has struck many fields of ^potatoes in this section and the vines are dying. Mrs. Otis Ely and son Paul^of Hilton are guests of Will Fancher and wife and other friends In the village. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Belden and Son Laurence and daughter Ma<ion, who have been visiting Robert Holmes and Will Belden and their wives, returned to tbeir borne at Mt. Vernon, N. Y., last week. Mrs. L. H. Russell and cbildren of Rochester are guests at ^he home of Al­ bert Preston and wife. Geo. M Bassell and family have their household goods packed and ready to move to Akron, N Y., Just as soon as tbe house which thoy are to occupy, is ready for tfaem. Mrs. Bassett will teaon 4fer°U school the coming year, Miss Ruth Cunimiogs has gone to St. Louis, Mo., lo spend a month with her friend, Mlas Marlon Thompson. Miss Charlotte Hook of Buffalo Is spending the week with friends In town. Miss Mabel Coax, who has been chief operator at the local office of the New York Telephone Company for the past seven years, resigned Saturday night. Miss Carolyn Rolph has benn appoint ed chief operator and Miss Elizabeth Hlrsch as assistant. Miss Coax's mar rtage TO Clayton Cousins of this place will take place thla month. They will live in the Strivings bouse, which has already been settled and they will com mence housekeeping at onoe. Lynn Hartley ana two children arriv­ ed from Seattle, Wash., Monday, and has planned to remain here with his mother. Hla wife stopped foe a visit with relatives at San Francisco, and will arrive later. Howard Haile and wife of Detroit, Mich., aro spending a few days with bis mother. Mrs. Jennie Haile, and Bister. Ltaala Halle. • Roy Kellogg and wife of Lamont are guests of A. D. Curtis and family this week » Fred Blanck of Detroit, Mich., came Sunday. His wife and children, who bave been visiting at the home of her parents, Cbas. 0. Looke and wife, for sereral weeks, will accompany htm home. Mrs. Catherine Rolph and daughter, Miss Carolyn, returned from their visit In Ohio 8aturday night. Mrs. Amy Stryker will go to Warsaw Thursday evening for a visit with Mrs, Will Roberta. , Francis M. Smltb of Wyoming was tbe gnest of hla son. George, and family several days the past week. Tbe program for the shoot to be held by the Castile Sportsmen's Olnb on Monday, August 80th. will be ready for distribution next week. A Sliver Springs man who had lost his doz, came over here and paid two boys Gfty cents each to catch a dog owned by W. H Horning and carried it home. ilr«. Horning Isarned the facts of the case and went and brought the dog baok. Warrants had been made out for the parties, bnt ber arrival be­ fore tho officer had started out. pre- Toote d THPM further expense. Mrs. Caroline Wager of Olean, who cstao two weeks AGO to spend SORNB Mms at tie home OF her daughter, Mrs. . .Edwin Cox of Enst Mill street, .died J&V?ednes <2 «.y morning;. tf%. VanSlyke's orchestra played for a surprise party at John Keeton's at fairview Friday evening. Miss Leonard of Albion is visiting friends here this week. Fred Tbyng ( B on tbe sick list. The Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Geo. Streeter Wednesday afternoon. Mrs, Qayton entertained ber moth­ er, Mrs. Louise Lee of Oastlle, snd sister, Mrs. H. P. Trimer of Roches­ ter, Tuesday. Tbe W. 0. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Adeiia Holman Saturday after­ noon. ForeBt Holmes and Mr. Shambnrg er and son George took an auto trip to Nunda and Silver Lake 8atarday evening. Frank Helmer was in Nnnda to the show Tuesday selling peanuts. A goodly number from here at tended tbe Pioneer picnio Thursday. Jas. Fitch is Improving from bis long illness. Riley Buttles, brother of Floyd Buttles of Pike, died at bis home in Oenterville and was. buried jat. Bast Koy Tuesday, James 8tewart and family enjoyed a last year's bubbard squash for din­ ner Tuesday, whioh was good and sound even if It. was nearly a year old. Mrs./;.. Carrie VanGilder passed away last week and was buried at Caneadea Sunday, She was 82 years old and leaves' one son, Luke John­ son, of Kinsua, Pa., to mourn her death.—Gazette. ' LAMONT. HOEHANDLE. Misses Bazel and Ruth Dietzel were in Warsaw Monday night. A H. Dietzel and wife spent Sun­ day with Earl Crawford and wife. F. 0. Michael and wife and Mrs. Clara Stamp spei.t Sunday at P. W. Michael's. W. H. Washburn and wife visited relatives in Caneadea Saturday and Sunday. F. A. Wilson and wife were in Pa­ vilion Sunday. Mrs E Griffith re­ turned home with them Monday for visit. James Case and family spent Sun­ day with 8choyler Dabn and family. Frank Andrews and family were Sunday evening callers at 0. V W inegar's. 0. V. Winegar was in Pike Son day. Will Streeter and family of War saw visited George Streeter and wife Sanday. BLISS Artbnr Titos and wife bave moved to Bradford, wbere be has * position in a machine shop. ' Earl Rogers and, wife, have moved into the upper rooms in Mr, Ray's boose on East Main street. Mrs. Lucy Lyon has gone to Bala via to spend some time with her daughter, Mrs..Clark. Tracey Tifft of} New York was a caller in town last week. Miss Eva Zeecbes, who bsa been working f >r Mrs. B. H. Rowley, has I'gone to Warsaw. Fred -Walker bas resumed bis work in Rowley's hardware. EAGLE. Mrs. Myron Palmerton is very sick and bad a conncil of doctors one day recently, . „. William Tisdale bas been doing; tbe baying on bis farm. John Goetz is putting in tbe con crete foundation for Reynolds' new store. Wm Shanley is doing the baying on Mrs. Marvin Merchant's farm. Carl Goetz was quite seriously in­ jured recently when a team belong­ ing to Myron Paimerton, whioh be was driving, became frightened and ran away. Miss Alta Prey of New Jersey is visiting her brother, G. 0. Prey, and family. HERMITAGE. Frank Closser is moving his stock of merchandise from this place to Smith's Corners A force of carpenters are at work on A W. Smith's house near East­ man's Corners. Frank Warren is walking witb a crutch, tbe result of a sprained an kle, received while handling freight. A number of tbe young people at­ tended a barn dance at Milton Stamp's on the Gainesville town line road recently. A G Neely, treasurer of the Un. ion Park cemetery, states that tbe as­ sociation ia out of debt and has $30 in tbe treasury. STORAGE BATTERIES Expert Repairing and Recharging WILLARD SERVICE STATION MEINHARD'S S44 MAIN ST. BUFFALO Send for Fm« Book on Bntt.rie* Tbe 8ignal—All the news—$1 .Davis-Howe Co., Inc. ^ R. L. Howe, Mgr. Quality Dry Goods Silver Springs, N. Y. SCHOOL DAYS are nearly here. It is now time to plan for the making of new dresses, waists and other wearing apparel for children. u • That's Where Our Part Comes In We Can Serve You We have a full line of all kinds of ma­ terials for school togs and it will be a pleasure to show you whether you are shopping or trading. . . . ' . Come IN, look around* it pays DIVIDENDS *tos****ss»«l We sell in all branches and would appreciate your business during 1915 CLARK & CORP Silver Springs • New York • - *> The Store of Quality X Watches - Clocks Diamonds Cut Glass 'Silverware Jewelry _ C. L. K1ERR - WARSAW JEWELRY 8TORE Warsaw, N. Y. COAL Lehigh Valley Goal, the brightest and best. Put In your -winter's supply now at summer prices. F. J. AUSTIN B.E.GRAINGER COHTRflCTOR and BUlIiDER Plans, Specifications and Estimates Furnished .*» J» Silver Springs, Hew York. Subscribe for the S IGNAL SUPREME COURT: WYOMING COUNTY. William E. GUlease, aa Trustee for the benefit of the holders of the Bonds secured by a mort­ gage or deed oi trust, executed by Brown and Kearney Manufacturing Company, Plaintiff, against Brown snd Kearney Manufacturing Company, and one. Defendants. By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and sate, made and entered in the above entitled action, at a special term of utd court, held at the City and County Hall, in the city of Buffalo, Erie county, on the 8th day of July, ISIS, L the undersigned referee, duly appointed in and by said judgment for that purpose, will expose for sale and aell at public auction to the highest bidder, on the 31st day of August, lslf, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the front vestibule of the Silver Springs National Bank, in the Village of Silver Springs, Wyoming County, New York, the lands, premises and property described In said Judg­ ment, and therein directed to be sold, to wit: All that tract or parcel of land, situate In the Village of SUrer Springs, Town of GaineevUle, County of Wyoming, and State of New York, bounded and described, as follow.: Beginning at the center of the terminus of Beardsley Avenue and Mechanic Street, in the Village of Silver Springs, N . Y.. running five rods south along the center of said Beardsley Avenue; thence five rods east; thenee five rods north to the center of said Mechanic Street; thence four, and one \half rods west ta the, p Wee of beginning. Also all that certain other tract or parcel of land, eltue.te.ln; thevyuiage, -Town, County end State sforeeald; deecrtbed, as follows: Begin- ntng st the north-east corner of lot owned by Myra K. Gray. In 1110, known as the west half of Lots Nee. ef and IT. on the Hawley Surrey; thence running east along the center of Mechanic Street to the point where it intersects tbe center of Beardsley Avenue: thence south ten rods along the center of said Beardaley Avenue: thenee west along the north line of lands owned and occupied by XllaB. Piper, UlllO, to the east line of the weet half of Lota No«.e« and 4». owned by Myra E. Gray, in 1»10, thence north along Myra JB. Gray's east line, ten rod. to the point of begin­ ning, containing one-fourth acre, more or lees. This parcel is known u the eu t hetf of lots Noe. H and 41 of the Hawley Survey. Also all that certain other tract or parcel of had. situate in the Village. Town, County and State aforesaid, bounded, as follows: Beginning at the north-eest corner of lot No. CO on seep of Village Lots TKITD Sa Wyoming County Clsrk'i Of­ fice, April tit*, 1SH, the property lot Andrew SeerdaleT ud George Arraelt; thenee west two chains, eighteen links; thence south along tbe cen­ ter of the street, oae chain, twenty-five links, thenee east, twe chaiaa, nlaety-eeven Hnks; thenee wWlorly along tbe nu t bounds of the Erie R. It. to OMpWce of beginning, containing St-IM acres of land, be the ean*. more or leas. Excepting sod reserving the parcel on the west aide of asM prero- bM deeded to Amarotto Thssass, by Betsey JC SaHskwy. Jnly list, .IMS, by deed recorded In Wyoming County Clerk's Office. \ in Liber ICS of Deeds at page 47 . the pe^lof lend deedecTto:Mary-E. Duffy; by deed enteS April 1st,' ISST. nnd recorded in said . Angnst 8th, MM, 471; also excepting Clerk's Office. July 1Kb. IStT. in Liber US ef Deeds at page LIT. The above described premises being the sane lands conveyed to the said Brown and Kearney Manufacturing Company by Addie Duncan Mon­ roe, by deed dated April 13th, ltlS. aud recorded m the Wyoming County Clerk's Office February Sard, 1SU,UlJber US of Deeds nt pace US. * Together with all and singular the tenements, •«c silts stents sad sspnrtennnces belonging to the property above described, er In any wis* thereto appertaining, the reversions, Tinnladiri tolls, interna, rents, less as and profits thereof, sad ahtt all the estate, right, title, interest, prep-, orty.iiuualan, elakn and demand whatsoever, ns well In law ns In equity, of the said Brown and Kearney Mnnnfactnring Corn pony, in' nnd te the SUM. and any and every .part thereof with the sppsrteneoeee, and all fixtures, machinery and ether appliances UMd by Mid Brown aad Kearney Manufacturing Company in carrying en its boat. new. consisting of all machinery of all kinds, belting, patten, hangers, shafting, engines,' boU- era, saws, and sil other tools nnd Implements, at­ tached to and forming & pert Mid property, as well as all the franchisee of saM Company. Dated July Kb, 1111., , .... * * HAwrr M. B MWM . Referee. Michaell^ColeeMs,' - Attoeney for Plaintiff. . Warsaw, H.Y. SubscribVfor tne Sioxal Wyoming County Fair FOUR DAYS I FOUR NIGHTS August 17, 18, 19 and 20, 1915 AUTO GYMKANA AUTOMOBILE PARADE—WOMAN'S DAY 10 BIG CIRCUS ACTS DAILY 12 BIG RACES $3400.IN, RACE PURSES v 150 HORSES ENTERED $5,000 IN PREMIUMS FOR EXHIBITS SI BIG DANCE TENT-DANCING IN EVENING Roller Skating in Afternoon A BIG MIDWAY WITH PLENTY OF WORTH-WHILE ATTRACTIONS NIGHT FAIR-Lightedby 4000 lights. Free Grand Stand for Evening Performances I of the Free Attractions. * Season Tickets, five admissions $1 50 Single Day Tickets 35 cents Children, 10 to 16 years 20 cents Cbildren nnder 10 years, Free Admission to Night Fair, 10 cents E^EVSSSSSJSYLABJANJSEIAWSWTEJI^S* \CREAM DOVE BRAND\ PEANUT BUTTER Is more nutritious than meat, eggs or milk. It is appetizing and healthful. With a \Um-m That's Great!\ flavor. Cream Dove Brand Peanut But­ ter is sold in lartfe new 7 oz. Glass Jars at 10c or in tin pails from 1 pound up. Ask Your Grocer. Is Suffrage Coining of Going? THE PEOPLE IN' FIRE STATES TARE RECENTLY VOTED DOWN WOMAN STIFFRAGE AAD IN 16 OTHER STATES THE LEGISLATORS, BONING TO THE WILL OF A MAJORITY OF WOMEN, HARE HTTMI \ TO BURDEN THE STATE WITH THS E*PEN#E OF y : PUTTING THE MATTER TO VOTE. jjpSsipgy ' Easy to Remember ^ VOTE NO IN NOVEMBER HsBntHsfln l Rochester Anti-Suffrage Society GET BUSY Spray your Potatoes, the country is full of Blight. If you haven't a sprayer, it would be better to in­ fest in one than lose your potato crop. I have two sizes of the only succewf ul sprsyer, made with brass piping inside and out, which chemlcak will riot affect. >: :< :-: :-: >F Frank Healy, Rock Glen, N. Y. Bring your Joh Work Here u

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