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ALLEGANY COUNTY NEWS, WHITESVILLE, N. Y. ALLEGANY COUNTY NEWS Edited by HERBERT M. PEET P u b lish e d every T h u r s d a y by th e Alleco F r in t in g Com p a n y , of W h itesville, N. Y. E n t e r e d a s second-class m a il m a t t e r a t th e postoffice of W h itesville, N. Y. SU B S C R IPTIO N RA T E S . “No P a y . No P a p e r .” O n e Y e a r ............... .. ................................ S ix M o n ths . .. ........................................... T h r e e M o n ths ........................................ Single Copy ............................................ A lw a y s in Advance.' game they find in slght’cause they donate, now and then, the measley sum of a dollar ten. But I’ll send such folks to Jail quickern Boss can shake her tail when 1 get my huntin’ bill fixed into a statute pill, for I aim to fine such skunk® ten-and-forty full-s<ized plunks. Then, By Heck, they’ll plainly see that honehead’s got to Alban-e-e,”— Bonehead Ferry sez, se* he. A Bolivar Reader. .$1.25 AD VERTISING RATES O u r ad v e rtisin g rate s a r e based upo th e cost system an d th e size of our cir­ culation. One inch, one Insertion, 25c; inches, onene insertion.nsertion, te n o r m o r e inches, o i 15c p e r inch; adv e rtisin g done under contract ag r e e m e n t ran g e s from 10c to 15c per C a r d of T h a n k s , $1.00. Xiegal A d v e rtising, 75c - “ • n; 50 A dvertising, 75c p e r hundred w o rds, first insertion; 50 csn ts p e r h u n ­ dred w o rds for each subsequent insertion. v e rtisin g an< Unc. B u s iness readers, locals, classified ad' id obituary poetry 5 cents pei allowed. O u r term s in case of coj mthly settler are Ivance, except irtising, w h en W e JO B .P*R5NTiNG p r in tin g of all kinds. W e will desig y o u r advertising m a tter, lay out yot job w o rk, and m ap out all so rts of p u t licity cam p a igns. W e solicit your en­ quiries. PROMOTING PROSPERITY In various parts of th© country “Build now” and other movements have been started to hoom business It is o course difficult to persuade people to alter individual plans to help on A general movement. But still there are many cases in which people could permote their own in­ terests as well as set money in cir­ culation in this way. Contractors would build a house today, cheaper in all probabilities, than they would a year rom now. Repair jobs would in some cases be cheaper, ad in any event vex­ atious delays could he saved by an­ ticipating one’s wants. Most peopls let buildings go too long with out necessary renovation. Money saved by economizing in house paint may not really be saved by any means. The impression gets abroad that the house is ruii down, and if one wants to sell, he finds that it has acquired a poor reputa­ tion. Paint preserves building mato'r- ial. Farmers in particular are often slack. They let buildings grow weather beaten, actually increasing future repair bills, ibesides giving a general impression that they are UnprogressiYe. Store keepers do not realize Keenly enough tn© advantage of an attractivo interior. They need to do over wa'rls and ceilings frequent iy, otherwise they give an impression of untidiness that hurts trade. No man can prosper in business without keeping up the appearance of his lo­ cation. If every householder, every merch­ ant, and every farmer, would look over his buildings critically and spend at once the money that ought to be laid out, and Which he could afford for the good of the property and his business, a big step would be taken toward restoring full prosperity. C riticises Mr. Ferry A reader of the News, who evident­ ly d,oes not take kindly to Assembly- man Ferry’s bills to prohibit scrub bulls from running in pastures with pure bred stock, and to prohibit hunt ing on another man's property with­ out a written permission, has sent us the following original contribution. Mr Ferry, being a public man, will apprecia'te the caustic, yet clever criticism. Editor, The News:. Once the owner of a dairy, bone head farmer name o’ Ferry, to the legislature went by some moss-grown voters sent. Bone-head Ferry swell­ ed with pride ’till he nearly burst his hide. “By Heck,”said he, “I'll be blame if I fail to win some fame. All my workin' days 'till now I hev held a sidehill plow, pailed the cows an’ slopped the hogs, wearin’ nun bu homespun togs,, but now. By Oo^, look out for me, when I get up Alban-e-e.”— Bonehead Perry sez, sez he. “Ill make laws right up to date, one of them I kalkulate will make th bulls that like to roam do their put­ terin' right at home. I'm also fig- gerln’ on a bill to -atop adulteratin’ i§will, and another I hey planned’, to ito stop folks huntin’ on my land, for every fall some city cuss on my farm kicks up a fuss, scares my cattle and my sheep an' cause me to lose much sleep., an’ I’ll put 'em up a tree when I arive at Alban-e-e.,”— (Bonehead Ferry sez, sez he. “Yes, by heck, these sportin' folk think us farmers is a joke,, think they orter hev right to kill all [BBmemterpr Tliat every t^ded sub- I scriber helps to make this m paper better for everybody ^ Whitman’s Bluff The good people of New York state elected Charles S. Whitman to be Governor. They did so because they wanted to check the “graft” an extravagance.” But how is Mr. Whitman actually ‘saying” the taxpayer’? ,money? Jn this way: He abolishes the State Board of Claim as “useless” (made up of Dem ocrats) and then creates a new hoard (mode up of Repuhllcans) under a new name to do the same work but with MORE memhersi and LARGER salaries. Mr. Whitman wants all the hungry Barnes henchmen satisfied. He “Investigates” the acts of the Public Service Commission (made up of Democrats) and in an unheard of .short time “fires” the members there of without giving them a chance to defend themselves, then appoints from TWO to FOUR times as many Republicans to the Jobe thus vacated WITH BIGGER SALARIES. The hungry Barnes henchmen must be .satisfied. Comptroller Travis has “decided!” that the estate of J. P. Morgan must be reappraised. Why not? It won’t cost the state but $60,000, and $60,000 wUl give a lot of Republicans good Jobs. And -so it goes It took Democrats months to get out of the treasury what Whitman and the Barnes, gang have “swiped\ in th© past six weeks. FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, AUTOMO* BILE, TORNADO AND SURETY INSURANCE in Best Companies. Rates Rea onotoie. See Whitesville, N. Y. of Canisteo. will be In Whitesville every Thursday for the practice of dentistry. Having had several years experience he is able to do all work in a satisfactory manner. Office in Firemen's Building. Allegany County Violators The following is a list of convic­ tions In Allegany county for viola­ tions of the conservation law in rela­ tion to fish and game during the month of December, 1914. Earl Leonard, Wellsville, bagging rabbits, fined $11. John Sekall, Willing, digging out Bkunksi, fined $11. Fred Donovan, Wellsville, bagging rabbits, fined $111. W. Ferris, Wellsville, bagging rab­ bits, fined $11. N. Cazzi, Sclo, hunting without a license, .fined $25.50. A . D . H o w e NOTARY PUBLIC • • Collections oi ail kinds of accounts. Legal Papers carefully drawn and WHITESVIt-LE NEW YORK THE DELEYAN HOUSE H. A. York Prop. HORNELL N. Y, Wh-en in HorneJl stop with usi. Our table is above par. We are building a reputatioax 15off disiiensing the choicest wiaaea aad liguors in the city. N. Y. & P. RAILWAY Time Table Taking effect July 23, 1913 West Stations 4 j 2 p.m.ia.m.l |a.m.|p.m. 5 47| 9 09) Erie Junction.. )9 ©3[3 39 5 55) 9 24) Canisteo .... ..{8 69)3 30 6 20) 9 50) Greenwood . . . . )8 36)3 05 6 52)10 22) Whitesvme . . . . js 04)2 83 7 07)10 39] Genesee . . . . .. jV 51)2 20 7 22)10 50) E llisburg ........ (7 37)2 06 7 27)10 55) And’ws Set’m’t )7 34)2 03 7 30)10 57) Rose Lake .... )7 31)2 01 7 46)11 12) O swayo .......... j7 15)1 45 7 50)11 17} Conevnie ........... ]7 08)1 38 8 02)11 26) M illport .......... )6 59|1 29 8 15)11 38) Shiaglehouse .. |6 46|l 17 )ll 51) C e res..................j jisa Connections Train 4 connects at Shinglehouse with electric line for Bolivar and Clean. Trains 1, 2, 3 and 4 make close con B, S, R’y at Genesee. 'ffalh 8 cofiaects at Erie Junction with EJrie train 26 east. Train 2 connects at Ceres with P. S. & N. R. R and electric line for Clean. Thtio. Cobb G^erai Manager. G. M. Beasor, Gen. Pass., Agt. Dally Thought. Under all speech that is good for anything there lies a sHence that is better.—ScotL P. F. PREST, D. D. S EYES fiitid ^ mris HIS 70 filASSESj^pPnCALPAMm L a s t Week o f Our Great Trouser Safe To those who did not have the opportunity to attend our GREAT TROUSER SALE,— we are obliged to extend it one week longer, so take advantage of this as it is positively your last chance. The Trousers Are Our Best==The Newest We Have All fashionably cut and excellently tailored from choice fabrics . Just Think o f Buying Trousers at Such Prices as T h ese ALL $6.00 TROUSERS................................................................................... $3.98 ALL 5.00 TROUSERS.................................................... 3.15 ALL 4.00 TROUSERS................................................................. ... .. 2.75 ALL 3.50 TROUSERS................................................................................ 2.25 ALL 3.00 TROUSERS................................................................ 1.87 ALL 2.50 TROUSERS ................................................................................. 1.63 ALL 2.00 TROUSERS ...... 1.23 ALL 1.50 TROUSERS........................................................................................98 ALL 1.00 TROUSERS........................................................................................63 DUNLAP OPENING DAY, THURSDAY, FEBURARY 18th @ Spring Styles will be -Shown Clothes Bought From Us Pressed and Kept in Repair One Year Free of Charge. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE HORNELL HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX CLOTHES. 134-136 flain St. HORNELL, N. Y. 4-6 Church St. *43 Mail Orders • Delivered Free BABCOCK & D A V ID S O N Nos, 114 to 118 MAIN STREET, HORNELL, NEW YORK M ail Yoiir Orders Free * Delivery WeVe Been Looking at New Spring Wash Goods. Have You? As some new Spring Goods have arrived, we have been delighted with the wonderful possibilities of color combination in these wearables. Come in and pass your judgment upon them. The new embroidered crepes are especially attractive and will be in high favor this season, A new line of 27-iQch embroidered crepes f o r ............. \ ......................................... — . ................................... 25c a yd The costume plisse is back again strong this season in many new and handsome designs. O n r advance shipment contains some particularly handsom e color combinations ................ . .15c a yd The dress ginghams too have arrived and we can truly say that the range of patterns, particularly large this year, contains some of the most beautiful designs we have ever been able to procur^. Bates Seersucker and Toil Du N o rd ....................................... . ,.,., .................. 12 l-2c NOW IS THE TIME TO SEW ARMSTRONG’S LINOLEUM Cuts Down Housework—Suitable for Any Room in the House Careful investigation has made us certain of the superiority of Armstrong’s linoleum over those of oth­ er makes. It is made of tested materials and every inch is inspected before it leaves the factory. Clean, bright, sanitary, inviting, cheery in appearance; economically desirable Patterns for every room in the house. Inexpensive because it lasts. Armstrong’s Linoleum .......... .................................................. .......................................... 48 cents to $1.25 per yard linoleum For The Kitchen stop tho scrubbing that produces stoop shoulders by covering the kitchen floor with Linoleum. Lightens the labor of housework. Has the elasticity that rests the feet, walking or standing. Inexpensive as inferior kinds, because it lasts. linoleum For The Dining Reem Takes the place of painted floors—eliminates the accidents of polished p a r q u e t — overcomes the danger of scratches from sHding chairs. Greater care in designing and printing has reproduced wood grains most accurately. Main Floor Bargains in Winter Merchandise 15c White Outing Flannel, one yard wide, Special ,11c 5 l-2c Domet Flannel, ,3-4 yd. wide, Special . ................. 4 l-2c 9c Colored Outing Flannel, good quality, Special . . . 7 l~2c 50c M ^ ’s Heavy, Fleeced Underwear, Special ........... 24c 50e Men’s Heavy Bibbed Hn- derwear, Special . ................. 39c $1.00 Men’s Heavy Winter Union Suits, Special . ............79c 50c Women’s Winter Weight Union Suits, Special 39c 25c Women’s Underwear, small sizes only, Special . ................. 17c Linoleum For The Living Room The quiet richness and the beautiful grain of polished floors at less expense. A com­ plete variety of patterns and colors permits selection to harmonize with hangings. Keep the much-used room clean with little effort. linoleum For The Bed Room Cool, clean, sanitary. No dust can go through, no sun can fade. Carpet patle«ms are cleverly reproduced in many different shades. The beauty of design and coloring Is retained and “easy-to-clean, well-wearing” qual­ ifications are added.

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