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Silver Springs signal. (Silver Springs, N.Y. ;) 1892-19??, November 04, 1915, Image 8

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V -THE SriiVERtSPRINGS SIGNAL- From Our Correspondents in Other Places GAINESVILLE. A. aevere electric storm, accompan­ ied by bail, visited oar vicinity on ' Tuesday morning. W. B. Rider of Oaetlle bad busi­ ness in town Tuesday. W. P. \Young Earl Yoong and -wife aod Miss Rntb Dietzel were in Rochester Friday and Patorday. F. J. Youmao8 and Jerry Wise • man attended the funeral of Miss , Abagail Wiseman at North gaines ville on Saturday. Harry Dolpb and family of Hardys visited bis parents, Edw Dolpb and wife, on Sunday. Tbe temperance rally beld ;n tbe M E. cburch on Sunduy morning ' was largely attended. Over one hun dred were in the temperance parade that marched through Main St. Af­ ter tbe return to tbe chnrch special exercises were given by tbe Sunday School and Rev. Longenccker, the evangelist at Waraaw, WBB present and ga?e a abort talk. Rev. Miner, of tbe F. M churcb, preached at tbe union service in tbe M, E. church on Sunday evening and Rev. G. W. Richmire gave a temper aace address at Lamont. A large number of the Epworth ians are preparing to attend tbe rally to be beld in Ferry Friday evening M IB . R. H. Torrey entertained her son and family from Olean on Sun day. Mies Mabel Davis of Freedom is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. F Yoong Mrs. Frances Powers is visiting her daughter, Mrs J. B. Wallace, at Castile. A community social was beld in tbe school house on Delhi St. on Fri­ day evening The usual pranks were observed by onr yoong people on Ballow'een night. Bert Heinricb and wife en tertaincd a number of gnests on that evening. Mrs. Angle Wiseman visited Mrs G. A. Powers and family an Satur day. Lynn Hickey was home from War­ saw Taesday. \* J L. Beaumont and wife, D C. Wiseman and wife, W. C Wiaeman, E. N. Wiseman and Mrs, Aogie Wiseman attended tbe funeral of their coosin, Miss Eleanor Richard eon, at Richburg Monday. Merle Webster and wife of War­ saw apent Sunday at Dr. G. S Skiff's. W. K. Qolmea and family of La moot were in town 8unday. D. 0. Wiaeman and wife and W. 0. WUeman visited Miss Mildred Wiseman at Avon Friday and Satur nay. Mra. Cbloe Allen baa returned from Detroit wbere she has been Via iling her son, S. A. Allen, and wife. 0. V. Woodruff carried mail on route 3 Saturday. Mra Geo Powers and sona were in Castile Thursday. E. K. Lucaa had business in S li­ ver Springs Tuesday Walter Brainerd, Harry Brainerd and John Beaumont bave each new Ford cars. 1 Several from here attended tbe fa- .neral of Newton 8mith at Hermitage on. Wednesday. .' 'A aurpriae birthday party waa given 0. A. Reed by a number ot friends o'n Wednesday evening. Mra. Olara 8tamp of Dalton ia vie iting relatives in tbia vicinity. ROCK GLEN EAGLE. N. D Agen bas returned from the hospital. ' M. Myera of the South road hi s purchased a farm near Franklinvllle. Mra. John Gillease has been in Silver Springe much of the time tbe .past two weeks helping care for Mrs. Frank Gillease. A party waa beld recently at tbe ' home of M. F. Copeland and wife in _bonor of Miss Marion'a 16th birth day, Bon. and Mrs. R. N. MoFarline have moved intb Mra, Longley'a bouie Rsy Hopper snd fsmily of Buffalo, havo been guests at J. M. Gilleasi^ Mrs. Alllo Millen wai in ROCHET* last week, MissxAbigail Wiseman, a lifelong resident of the town of Gainesville, died last Thursday morning at tbe bome of her sister, Mrs. J. 0. Park er, at the age of 83 years. Besides her sister, she is survived by two brothers, Thomas Wiseman of Nap les, and Asaph Wisetnau of Austin, Minn. The funeral was held at tbe North Gainesville M. E cburch 8at urday, the Rev. Wm. H. Smith of delating. • • • Gilbert Snyder and family were viaiting with re'atives in Niagara Falls last week. E. Kabbe, tbe blacksmith, has moved in Ed. Streeter's house. Mrs. Raymond Howe of Buffalo is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Joe Sten shorn, jr. Mra. Matteaon of Varysburg was the guest of her son a few days last weak. Jobn Ralph and family spent Sun day witb bia brother, Wm. Ralph. Dr, Geo. Davis and family of Ar­ cade spent Sunday witb bis parents. Harold Davis of Rochester spent a few days with bis parents. Grant Luther, wife and daughter of Warsaw spent 8unday with ber parents, John Dawe and wife. Albert Brown of Warsaw apeni Snnday with bis aunt, Miss Jennie Luther. Leon Baker of South Warsaw spent Sunday witb bis parents, Wright Ba ker and wife. SOUTH WARSAW Miss Sabra Gnawold waa a week end gnest of friends at Cowleaville. Mra. Henrietta Munger left for Wilson Wednesday to spend the win ter with her daughter, Mra. LeRoj Blake. Geo T. Luce waa in Dale on bus­ iness Friday. Grant Griswold of Darien and Budd Griswold of Rochester were bome over Sunday. Leon Baker and wife and Mias Marie McKernan were Snnday guest of Wright Baker and wife at Rock Glen. , Mra Josephine Webster of War saw waa a recent guest of Mra. Geo Bockbont. Wm. Battin and Mra. Fannie Doo little of Wetherafleld Springs were guesta at tbe bome ot Mra. Nellie Battin 8unday. Tbe W. 0. T. U. beld a pleasant meeting with Mra Olive MoClnre at Waraaw Thursday, Oct. 28tb. The next meeting will be beld with Mrs B. O'Neill Thursday, Nov. 11th. The topic ia \mother's meeting\ and tbe program will be in charge of Mrs Lillian Seeley. HERMITAGE. Jamea Reed and wife have issued Invitations to the marriage of tbelr daughter, Margerie Elizabeth, to Paul G. Riaainger, Nov. 10th at 8 p. m. Newton P. Smith, one of the beat known farmera in tbla aeotton, died at hla home here Oct. 25tb, after three weeks illness of malarial fever and complications. John Skuae recently marketed about 4,000 lbs. of honey. Andrew Foote la building a large garage. BertOatlin and Wallace Hatfield bave aet up a older mill. The potato harvest ia about closed up. Tbe yield ia from about nothing to 270 bushels per acre. The price*} at praaent ia 70 cents, which is not satlafactory to many and large qoax* t Ilea are being stored. Mr, Steph­ ana of Poplar Trees had 20 men from Rochester helping him dig hla 33 sores of to here. the Heinricb family have been notified that through the death of a relative in Germany an inheritance ia awaiting thaw. Fire .Alarm Signals. V, Four'»£or ^1rjMr£ and one long blast its the bi£5JJ%t> '(aortas' nocking ^rd.'the'prwat'alllrm for has of th salt block-only). N I H. D. , Marble Lynn Owen, the-new cheese ma>| cs |j ea at j ker, moved bia family into Leo Maher's tenant house one day last week Frank Harris visited In Pike Sun day. Roe Gifford ia having a well driv en, Charles Loomis doing tbe work. Ed. Tyler gave a banquet to some of bis gentleman friends* Thursday evening, VanSiyke's . orchestra furnished music for a dance at Mr. Sowerby's at West Perry last Friday evening,. They gxpect to play in Perry village in twfcrweeks. The W. C. T. U. will have a so cial meeting Thursday evening at Mrs Ringo's at Eaat- Koy; Mrs Morgan and family of Welh ersQeld visited ber sister, Mrs. Tice, Sunday, Harry Schaumburg left.Su'nday for school at Randolph where be Will study for tbe ministry. There was no church 8unday af­ ternoon but tbe pastor, Mr. Rich mire, came over and gave us a tem­ perance sermon in the evening and *wife of Pik M7 Marble's Sunday BLISS HOEHANDLE. O. V. Wioegar and J. Marble and wives were in Silver Springs and Perry Monday afternoon. M. L. Veiley spent Sunday night with P. W. Michael and left for his home in Jamestown Monday morn ing. A B. Dietzel and wife visited tbeir son, Ed. Dietzel, and family on Green Bay street Sunday. W. F. Young, Earl Young and wife and Miss Rulb Dietzel autoed to Rochester Thursday and returned home Friday night V. A. Wilson with Mrs. Frank An drews and Mrs Schuyler Dahn and children autoed to Fowlersville Tues day after Mr. Wilson's mother. • P W. Michael and Willie Bump were in Silver Springs Saturday. 0 V Winegar and family and Geo Streeter and wife were callerB ui J. C. Maher's Sunday evening. Willie Bump spent Sunday with Mr Herald and family have mov ed to Albany. ^ John Cross ia putting .in a hot wa ter beating- plant and bath room tbe home\of Worthy Davis on .'Wing St. • ' , A W. Lathrop and wife, left, laBt week for St. Cloud, Florida, to spend tbe winter. John Boyd of Wing street 'has n.ew Alien auto. D. S. Merville has bought tbe house and lot .owned by the late Mrs Looy Lyon. ' ' Carrie Bridenbaker fell and broKe ber wrist, the fall being oaused by tripping over some telephone wires that were on the walk. Dr. Floyd James had tbe misfcr tune to have bis new Regal car catch Are and burn up recently THE People of the State of New York. To J- David Gilbert, Charles Gilbert, William Gil­ bert, Mark GUbert, Maggie Bunnala. Lore'tta Beardsley, Louise Wolfor, Leona York, Amy Twist, Allda Thoreon, Cora Stevens. Alice Crid- ler, Florence Hanscom, Tracy Gilbert, Anna Gllbbrt. W HEREAS, Edwin J Wbeoler and Delia Vai_ Oclcer, Administrators of all and singular thi f :ooda, chattels and credits of Mary C. Lacell ate of tbe town of Eagle, in the County ol Wyoming, deceased, desirous of having tbeir account as such administrators Judicially set­ tled, and have applied to our Surrogate's Court of said County for a citation for that purpose: You arc cited to Bhow cause before our aaid Surrogate, at bis office, In the Village of War- jaw in Bald County, on the 8th day of November 1915, at ten o'clook In the forenoon, why the ao- count of said administrators should not be ju,- diclally settled and allowed. And those of you wbo .are under tbe age of twenty-one ypars, are required then snd there to appear by your general guardian, if you have one; If you have none, that you then and there appear and apply for a special guardian, to be appointed by the Surrogate for you; or in the event of your neglectior failure to do so. a spec­ ial guardian will, then and there, be appointed by the Surrogate upon the application of (he petitioner, to appear and act for you in these proceedings. I N T EBTIHONT W HEBIOV, we hare caused the Seal of tbe Surrogate's Court of said county of Wyoming to be bere- [L s.] unto affixed. Witness, J XUIB E. N ORTON, Surrogate of our aaid County, at the Village of Warsaw, the 4th day of October, 1916. JAMES E. NORTON, Surrogate. Henry R. Bristol Attorneys for Petitioner, Warsaw, N . Y. To Allda Thorson, Evansville, 111.; Florence Hanscom, Atlanta. Ga.; Tracy Gilbert, Chicago, 111.; and Anna Gilbert, Anthony, Kansas. You will please to take notice that the fore going citation U served upon you by publica­ tion pursuant to an order of Hon. James E. Norton. Surrogate of Wyoming County, and granted and filed in his office the Itn day of October, 1916. Yours, etc., Henry B. Bristol, Attorney for Petitioners, Warsaw, N . Y •a— 0 Wm m ^mrw 'M This T.ltjihon. trafl&iaf la Ifur Task is th* »ut *T a teratoid »f U>» Trauc«atijiutal 11a*. Transcontinental Terminals AMONG the many wonderful things Worth /\ seeing at the Panama-Pacific Exposi- JL JL tion, which President Hadley of Yale has described as \tne most beautiful and inspiring exposition the. world has ever .seen,\ the Transcontinental demonstration of the Bell System has. won distinction and has been awarded the Grand Prize of Electrical Methods of Communication. 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