\ n ALLEGANY COUNTY NEWS, WHITESVILLE, N. Y. I'-' 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ® © 0 0 0 0 @ ® 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 ® e ® 0 ® ® 0 9 0 e 0 9 9 9 099 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOeOOOOO O'O 9 9 i WHITESVILLE HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF j' • - - = ...... ■: .......... .. 9 • A weekly summapy of the visitors and visitations of our townspeoplie and the events worthy of notice J • that happen in and about the Liveet Town of 500 on the map.—Our readers are urged to send or tele- J • phone all such news to the editor and help to make this page on© of special interest to all. • * ^ ^ 9 0 « « 9 9 0 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 0 9 9 9 9 e 0 « e 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 e 9 9 < a o O 0 « 9 C 0 9 e 9 9 9 9 0 9 0 e 0 9 e 9 9 0 9 9 9 9 0 9 OOOeeOOOOO _ ^Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Howe werc| —Mrs. H, P. H. Ackr-man- of Hon- and Mrs. Hayden Rogers and family, in Welisville Sunday, , eyoye, was^ In thiS' tillage Monday on Mr, and Mrs. Wdlliam Benn^t, A. W. -^F. D. Muckey was in Homell on ; home, after visiting her son, T)CT/:i.rl Ti QV Ice Cream Sociai. ! There will he an, ice cream social at the Spring Mills church, this week , Saturday evening, JUne 19. Every- ; one invited. ! SSSB^ in Hicko-x C. W. German at Whites Oorners. —Henry Cramer of Elmira, is spending a few days with -relatives in this section. Mr, Cramer is conductor on a street car line there. hu-siness Wednesday. —C. C. Heselton was one evening last week. —Mrs. Ella Green was in Hornell on business Wednesday. —^H. M, Bassett made a business | —^C, C. Heselton, Mark' Wilson, trip to* Hornelli Wednesday. Leland Richmond and the Misses —'Charles' Brown of Imdependence,! is visiting friends in town. —C. C, Heselton wa,s in Genesee a on business Friday evening. —Mrs, George Kenyon of Indepen dence, was in town Wednesday, —Mr. and Mrs, Bert Day were Westfield visitors over Sunday. —M. W. Reynolds was in Buffalo on business Monday and Tuesday. —Georgei Alvord of Hornell wai business visitor in town, Saturday. —Henry Richmond, Jr., and Guy F. Bassett motored to Hornell Sunday. —Lawrence Graves of Shoaigo, was a husiness vi&itor in town iSaturday. —'Bert Rigby of Spring Mills, was ‘Genesee business visitor Saturday. —Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seger attend ed the circus at Hornell Wednesday. —rRomine Cutler drove the Mills stage for Arthur Robbins Wednesday. —Harry Taylor and Guy F. Bas sett were in Hornell Wednesday eve ning. —Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seger were in Hornell Wednesday to attend the circus. j —^Leon F. Muckey and Miss Mildre Odell autoed to Spring Mills Sunday evening. —H. E. Austin and sons Merle and Francis were brief visitors in town Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Richmond of Genesee, were in town last Tuesday evening. —Mrs. Sarah Merrick ‘ is visiting her brother, E. Rooks for a while this summer. —J. R. Miller, Richard Lyons and A. W. Robbins motored to Ulysses Wednesday, —Levant ‘Slocum, a rogressive far mer of West Union, was in town on business Monday. —Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Briggs and Mr. and Mrs.. C. M. Spicer autoed to Hornell Wednesday. —^Wells H. Carpenter, the popular meat man of Genesee, was doing busi ness in town Saturday. —Mrs, Lydia DeWilton and son Adrian of Canisteo, .'were guests of Mrs. Charlotte Teter. —Miss Loretta Anderson of Ham burg, is visiting at |:he home of her br9ther, Fred —W. H. Barney and Herieert Crit tenden motored to Hornell Wednes day and attended the circus. —Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Richmond an son Everett, and Miss Pearl Miller autoed to Wellsville Sunday. —^B. B, Edwards was in Hornell this week, a guest at the home of Ills daughter, Mrs-John Jones. —Miss Pauline Green of West Union left Tuesday for an extend ed visit with friends in Perry. —.Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Herrick and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wildman had business in Wellsville Tuesday. —^C. H. Austin and L. B. Bassettl and G. C. Bassett attended the ball game at Wellsville Wednesday. —^E. L, Kear was in Andover on business concerning the Allegany Co- Operative insurance Co., Monday. —iMrs. M-ary Glover and son Ed win of Knoxville are visiting at the home of Mrs. Fannie Heselton. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Bassett and Mr. and Mrs. Milford Bassett visit ed friends in town Saturday evening. —Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wilson, Mrs. V. E. Heselton and Miss Harriett Me Cormick motored to Wellsville Sun day. —Miss Elrene Crandall of Indepen deuce, is spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Liv ermore, —Miss. Maryella Green of West Union visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plah sted in Greenwood from Friday until Monday. —^H. S. Richmond is having an ex tension built on his second story va- randa. A. G. Crittenden is doing the work. —A very neat and attractive porch, has just been completed on the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dean on Gen esee street. —J. F. Fitcher the genial represen tative of Faxon Williams & Faxon of Buffalo, was in town on husiness Wednesday. —Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Chase and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Snow motored to Wellsvillo Wednesday and attended the hall game. —^Earnest Richmond of Groveland, formerly of this place, is spending a few days with friends and relatives in. this section. —Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Austin were Friday and Saturday visitors at the home of their son, H. E. Austin and family of Canisteo. —^Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cramer and daughter, Mrs. Clara McAllister were in Ulysses Monday, where they were having dental work done. —^Mrs. W. H. Parnham and daugh ter Hazel of Spring Mills, left Sat urday for Addison and Hammonds- port on a two weeks visit- —^Miss Helen Smitn of Addison, wlho Will' he in charge of thq pri mary department to the school next year, was in town today. —^Mrs. C. p . Austin and Mis 4 BeatriGe Barney of this place and tended the circus at. Hornell Wednes day evening. —^Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oorneir and Miss ElsieCornell of this place and Gordon Parks of Harrison Valley, at tended the circus at Hornell Wednes day evening, Mrs. Will F. Anaerson, who has been spending a few weeks here with friends and relatives, left Wednesi-. day morning fbr her home in Mandan North Dakota. ■—Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Parshall of Greenwood, and Mr. and Mrs. John. Scharett of Webster, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor Sunday, Mrs. M. W. Reynolds and child ren Anna and Herbert, Mrs. William Ladd and daughter Stella and Miss Lailah Burrows were in Wellsville shopping Saturday. —Mrs, H. D. Jacobs' entertained the following at 500 Wednesday af ternoon: Mrs. Arlie Cobb of Spring Mills, Miss Harriett McCormick and Mrs. Mae Probiasco. -Whitesville Grange is invited to join in the West Union picnic nexli week Friday.- State Overseer S. J. Lowell' and John 'Sloan of New York, are. among the speakers. —Mr, and Mrs. D C. Chapin and son CarroU and Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll autoed to Knoxville, West- field, Troup.s.burg, Home.ll and Can isteo last week Wednesday. —Mrs. Amanda Applebee, who re sides .at the home of her son William Teater, left Monday to visit relatives at Elliishurg, Andrews Settlement and Genesee, for a few days. Several improvements .are being made at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. .Barney. The interior is be ing rep'apered and redecorated, and new furniture is being added, —Mrs, William Teater who has- been- in the Wellsville General Hos pital for several weeks .returned tO' this village last Friday, She is not improving -as fast as her friends wish —Mr. and Mrs.- M. J. .Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Nei&on .Bridge and Mr. Vv^est autoed here Sunday from Shin- glehouse and spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.R. C. Critte'U- den. —Herbert Reynolds and Herbert Peet, and Misses Lailah Burrows and Marie Fortner, motored to Rey- noldstown and iSho-ngo Sunday after noon, where they visited relatives and friends. -Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plaisted and Dale Baker of Greenwood, aecompani ed by Misses. Maryella and Pauline Green, of West TJ'n-ion, autoed to this village in Mr. Baker’s car last Mon day e'vening. —L. B. Bassett and son G. C. Bias&ett and G. E. Brinton were in Hornell Sunday. L, C. Allen, who has been spending some time in. the ‘westeruj -states returned to this place with them. —-Dean Temple, a Junior next year in the Ohio Wesleyan Seminary at Delaware, Ohio, arrived at his home here Saturdaji to- spend the summer with his pai’ents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Temple. —Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartoo of Liberty, Pa., Mr. and Mrs Smith Bartoo and Mrs. Jesse Bartoo of Harrison Valley were guests atthe home of Mr, and Mrs, A, W. Robbins Wednesday morning. —Mr. and Mrs. -C. J. Allen autoed to Frie'Udsliip, Bradford and other places Sunday, Mrs. Allen’s father Mr. Hall, who has been spending pme time here returned to his hom© in Bradford with them. ^Supervisor, L. J. Fbrtner, Sup erintendent L. H. Wildman, Town Clerk, Guy F. Bassett and Herbert Spicer motored to Delevan, today hvhere they will purchase a stone crusher for this township. ^ —Mr. and Mrs. E. Rooks enter tained a few of their friends t-o din ner Tuesday in honor of Mr. Rook’s SOth b'ii’th anniversary. Mr. Rooks. has- the best wishes, of maiiyfriends for more years of health and pros perity. —^Whitesville Lodge of Odd Fel lows will meet .next Tuesday even ing at 7:30 o’clock on account of the commencement exercises of the high school. The second degree has been postponed until Tuesday even ing, June 29, j —Rev. J. L. Davies of Hallsport, occupied the pulpit at the M. E. church last Sunday morning and even ing and delivered two very excellent sermons, [Rev. Davies is a most sincere man and has many friends in this village. —Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crittenden and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Crit tenden and daughter Mary, Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Crittenden of this place, and 'Mrs. Lizzie Bishop and G. J. Robbins of Canisteo, were guests of Alson Hill and family Sunday at the Crittenden homestead. —^Miss Beatrice Barney finished a very successfid term of school in tho -Spring Mills district last Wed nesday. The children and several of .the parents enjoyed a pionic that day. Miss Barney is. now making, preaxations for entering the summer Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Deforrest Robbins, Burr Robbins .and Herbert M. Reet. —Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Fortner and children, Hugh and Alberta, mot ored to Genesee Saturday afternoon, where they met Miss Marie Fortner who has just completed her Junior year -in the Rochester Mechanics in stitute.. They were entertained at dinner at the home of Mr.and Mrs. V. V. B-eagie while in Genesee. —Among those from Whitesville who attended the ball game at Gen esee, Saturday were: Mrs, H. J. Stadeknan and children, Mrs. Car rie Moses. Beatrice Barney, Flossie Langdon, .Myrtle Crittenden, G. F. Bassett, Dr. L. -G. Probasco, Leland Richmond, G. E, Brinton, Van Matte- son, Walter Miles, Herbert Critten den!, W. H, Barney and Pre-d Fisher. » —^Rev. D. Lamphear delivered a sermon last Sunday evening on “Why I am not a Methodist,” whiic'h attracted a packed house. Mr. Lam- pli-ear’s subject was handled in a very creditable manner. He did not attack nor belittle th,e Metho dists, but instead gave his reasons for being a Universalist, which, of course- are not altogether^ consistent to tliose people who have 'the Metho dist conviction. Mr. Lamphear said that if all churches had the zeal and earnes-tness of the Metho dists, o'Ur -nation would be one of well-filled churches -and 'Christian ac tlvlties. Schools and Boxing Comm On Long Island the .state of New York -expended almost five hundred thousand dollars to- establish a pub lic institution for agricultural train ing, The- buildings are -nearly com pleted and the plan has been to re ceive scholars Oct, 1. Governor Whitman has vetoed an appropriation of $69,000 for the ex penses of the ‘School for its- first year and the trustees say it can not open. Here is h-alf a million doHar® of state’s money which will lie idle for another year; and here is an important factor in the encourage ment of agricultural' pursuits which receive a .setback. If the salaries of .the new boxing commission, which Coverno.r Whitm.ain created to take ■the places of .the unsal‘aried ones,had been applied to the running expenses of this school, it might at least have been in operation for four months. y. s. eyNii WWEStLE Frederick Remington of U. S. 9|. Georgia Spent From Saturday un,- til Tuesday at the Home of His Parents in Whitesville. Frederick Remington, a mem-her of the gun squad of the U. S. S. Georgia wlii'cli is. now anchored -in Charleston navy yards at Boston, spent from*' Siaturday until Tuesday at the home of liis' parents, Dr, and Mrs. A. J. Remington of Whitesville. \ Fred is looking fine and says he enjoys the- navy -life very much. His ship has just returned from its four th trip to Meico, called there to be in readiness for any difficulty that might arise in the Meica-n situation, tion. I As member of the gun squad he is 0-n.e of the dmmpion marksaien of tlie Unite'd States navy and therefor.e Of the world, as the Georgia holds the gunnery trophey of the United States navy for best marksmanship. Fred has seven more months to serve but should -the United States govern ment foresee a-ny possibility of war, he will p-rohably be held an -aiMitiona year a t least. Special Contributor We are pleased to note that the Potter Journal has induced our old friend, “Billy” Fish, to take “his pen in hand” again and smiles- are now b ing envoked among Journal readers by reason of Bro. Fish’s original lit tle anecdotes. While “Bill” is by no means- as great a space killer as some “contributing editors,” we wot of, he makes what he has to say count. Selling Many Milking Machines L. B. Chase of this village, who is agent for the Mehring milking machine is meeting -with exceptional fjuccess; in the sale of the- machine, He has sold ten during the- past week Among the,local sales was one to Mr. Drake on the ‘Churchill Cobb farm near Spring Mills and one to William Crandall and one to Sher man Crandall of Independence. Started in Housekeeping. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miles start ed in housekeeping last Tuesday morning in the Muckey apartm-ent house on Park street, Whitesville. MT. and Mrs. Miles were married in Wellsboro, July 3rd, 1913. Mrs. Miles was formerly Miss Hazel Smith of Wellsboro. They have the best wishes of a large circle of friends. Visiting at His Old Home. Alvin, E. Chapin of Chicago, 111., arrived Saturday to spend som-e time at -tlie home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, G. H. Chapin. Alvin has been suffering from rheumatism which forced him to take much need ed rest. His many friends in this section are pleaced to- see him. Lost Valuable Horse ' George Bloss of Crittenden Dist rict, lost a (highly prized colt Sunday, June 13th. The colt had been in jured only a short time ago when ing with another colt, and although the injuries were not .supposed to be serious, proved fatal'. The animal was valued at over $200 A y to B a ri^ain Oakland, IModel 3G, 4 cylinder, five passenger, with self-starter and electric lights. Been run about 3500 miles. Prac tically new tires all around, with one ex tra. Will sell cheap, or will take a 1914 or 1915 model Ford in exchange. M. W. Reynolds WHITESVILLE, IV. T. Bisiness Propositions We are offering a business proposi tion which will bear investigationj, the only dry goods store in a thriVj* ing village on trolley line. Business about $7000.00 a year, real estate consists of a two story frame build ing 26x50, lot 60x100, rental from sisicon^l story, $40 a year, reahT ei* tate can be purchased at $1800.00, stock at inventory, $2000.00 wjil swing this proposition. A rare opportunity for a practical market man, one of the best equip ped meat markets in Western New York with real estate, business place and dwJIing combined, business is now on a paying basis, purchasi^ price $1900.00. $1200.00 will swing this proposition.? 108 acres located in the town of Porcvil!?, N. Y., 30 cf which is in vvoodland and pasture and, running waer, 10 room house in line condi tion, cow barn 50x60, hors© barn 28x32, sma-n buildings in fine conV d ticn, inturej for $2 00.00, pric-e $3500.00 with a payment of $1300 down and a lorg time on 1#ie bal ance. We have listed yearly 100 farm bargains. Prospective buyers will do well to consult us before buying else where. F o f s a l e b y th e ^ E. L. WOODRUFF REAL ESTATE AGEi^OY 170 N o rth Union S t, B&U JPhoeto 108G~U Oloanj N. Y. ii¥ESTMIE THIS! We offer for sale one of the best Black smith and W:vgon shop.s in Southern New York, fully eiiuijiped with xp ' - to - date machinery. This is a $3000 proxiosition, and a few hundred ready cash will swing it. It will pay a practical man with a small amount of means to investigate this. Situated in lov,-n of 2500 on Traction line and Railway. Write T he E. L. WoouErFF A oexey 170 X. Union St., Glean, X. Y. Broke Ribs. [ Mrs. E. R. LamgdoiL of the Marsh noad, had the misfortune last Sun day while walking out doors, to slip and fall onto a .tin -box -whid^ resulted in the breaking of two ribs. Dr. Probasco attended the injury and and she is improving a t this writing. Machinery. ^ ------------- -- _ ------ ------- --------------- McCormick, Deering and Milwaukee j^hool at Geneseo., machines and repairs, L H. C. gaso- —Among those from this place who line engines and all other Inteimation- .auu attended the KohWns leunton at al machine^ sold b y G- ® lls Mrs- H. K. Bassett of I-ndependenc©, Genesee, Wednesday, were: Mr. and Prices night. S© him before plac- are in. Hornell shopp.ing today. Mrs. STanIt Larkin and family. Mi\ j your orders, adv. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN says, “ Little strokes felftreat oakSa” Vacation Money Now is the time to layfaside money for your summer^vacation. A'little money deposited each week in the Whitesville First National Bank will not only pro vide money for your vacation, but will prove to you how rapidly small amounts will accumulate. It will encourage the habit oOhrift. Try it. You can open a Savings Account with one dollar ($1). Why not make a start TODAY? FIRSTiNATtONAL BANK OF WHlTESmU, N. Y. G. H. C hapex , Pres. D. M. RountNS, V. Pres. L. J. F obtnee , (^hier Fly Time calls -For screen doers and windows. We have a large stock o f them. Straw Hats for men, women and ohildren. iV lu slln U n d e r w e a r dust the thing for these hot summer days, at good bargains. C. L. CRITTENDEN THE OLD RELIABLE STORE :: :: WHITESVILLE NEW YORK 71 Suit Cases Leather SuiTGases .... $3.00 to $ 7 .00 Matting Suit Gases .... $1,00 to $1.75 Just what you need for the summer vacation months. Men’s Caps Latest summer caps, the only thing for motoring, 50c to $1.00 Straw Hats Latest style of straw hats . . $1.00 to $1,50 K ^ ■ M. M, R ichm o n d Whitesville, - - - New York Now’s the Time to Buy Oofiiiibia Dry Batteries Oils and Ureases Carbide [in^buikj of F. D. HOOKEY & WHITESVILLE, N. Y. ^ Bicycle and|E[ectrical|Repairlng— Ail Repairs Guaranteed. 4- r > ■ Get Them atTthe ICE CREAM STORE Banana Split Sundae Cherry Phosphate Turkey Trot Sundae Coca Cola Maple W alnut Sundae Grape Juice Mexican Sundae Moxie etc., etc. Mineral Water Milk Punches and Sodas in all flavors. EVERYTHING IS ICE COLD !! H. S. RICHMOND DRY eOODS ■ GROCERIES - ICE CREAM Whitesville, N. Y. ,r iJU .