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% PAGE FIVE BHfl A Burning Shame Every fire ii a burning thame, particularly if that fire might have been avoided. Even the eareful property owner is at the mercy of hit careless neighbor.. It is everybody's duty to use care. It is also everybody’s privilege to insure to a point where their protection equals the present value of their buildings, or com­ modities. And even though you are making a supreme effort to pre­ vent fire in your own property, you may have a careless neigh­ bor and not know how to protect yourself against him. Call on this agency, wc have something to tell you cn this\ svgject. E, F. BEACH & SON ‘'The Agency that Protects the Assured ' C A T T A R A U G U S , N. Y . Phone 197. «K»OtKKHKHjaoOO<iOOtKH>ooao^KH>a.OT>l>OOOOOOtKHMKKHK«KH>OaO p . v Did you ever forget to Wind your Clock ? Come in and purchase a Tiffany Never-Wind Clock. Correct time not-, withstanding the Government may change time twice a year. 4» a't y * W . O. M A R V I N & SO N CATTARAUGUS, N. Y. 0O$O0<0>ÍH>0 ñ ;<H>0OÍHXH><H>0ÚCH3ÓOÓ<KKH>0 CH3OO<HKHJ0<HXHJOOO<H9CV MRS. ALICE J . BROOKS Sirs. Alice Brooks was bom in the town of East Otto, June 30, 1861, and died at the home of her daught­ er, Mrs. Lola Collins in this village Saturday; October 18, 1919. Mrs. Brooks was the daughter of ‘Mary and Ziina Satterlce, and was married to Ambrose H. Brooks and p them four children were born, who together with her husband sur­ vive: Mrs. Lola Collins, Carl E. Brooks, Paul A; Brooks of Cattarau­ gus, and Archie Brooks of Gouner- neur, N. Y. With the exception of about ten years spent in Wunajcena and C .f - dcan and Grenere, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Brooks were residents of East Otto and Cattaraugus, Funeral Services were conducted Tuesday afternoon from the home of her daughter by Charles Roesser, first reader of the First Church of Christ Science of Buffalo Burial was in Liberty Park Ceme­ tery. th e a t r e ü OlilCHOL^Ti^Ga To-Niglit and Tomorrow Night D Q à i ’ ß § 1 5 O 5 fi fi 2 a e o fi MaryPickfbrd lErcsum MARY PICKFORD a i?* “fluid a from Holland” A Paw, meant Picture It’s the story of the sweet little girl from Holland who without her knowledges § i i O 8 was used as a pawn m the ' game of frenzied finance and who, by the use of a nimble wit became queen of the frenzied financier’s— What? .Guess! Then come to sec “ Hulda from Hol­ land” and see if you guess­ ed right. Extra Added Attraction RIACK SENNET’S “ LADIES FIRST” A Genuine Laugh Factory O P E N IN G T P L A Y \— % Monday Night “ The Wrong Mr. Wrighte” See Ad. on eighth page .g Get the Palace Habit and be Happy with the rest. Locals and Personals Miss Pearl Waite was in Buffalo Friday. Dr. R. B. Taft left Saturday night' for Wyoming. Miss Mabel Walters spent «Sunday at Salamanca. Walter Turney left for Newark, N. J., Sunday.' Alonzo Setter was \In Washington, D. C. recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dolan Were in Buffalo Friday. Mrs. E. M. Coss is spending some time in Buffalo. , Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beach were in Buffalo Sunday. A. M. Mowry hag been on the sick list for a few days. Mrs. Eugene Mattison of Olean, is visiting her parents. Miss Hefen Hoag was home from Fredonia over Sunday. Lewis Winship spent Sunday at his home at Springville. Mrs. A. J. Clark has been on the sick list the past week. I E. L. Pickens and Neal Mount were in Buffalo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mowry were in Salamanca Wednesday. Miss Minnie Fisher was in Little Valley the first of the week. Miss Alice Kysdr of Machias, spent the week-end in town. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ruper of Otto, visited in town Monday. ' Mr. H. W. Miller of Salamanca, J visited friends in town Sunday. Mrs. Fred Johnson and- Mrs. Nora Taylor were at Collins Monday. Mrs. Margaretta Finlayson of Buf- yalo, visited her parents over Sun­ day. Rev. R. N. Safford of Pittsburg, is visiting at the home of Neal Mount Mrs. Emma Higbee of Cleveland, O. , is visiting- relatives and friends in town. ■* Miss Mary Potter of Jamestown, visited Mrs. J. A. Dolan the first of the week. Mrs. W. V. Blakely and daughter Marguerite, were in Jamestown Thursday. Mrs. Jennie Milks has been spend­ ing some time at the home of 0. L. Bailey at Leon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rose are the parents of a boy, born Saturday, October 18, 1919, ’ Mr. G. C. Uartlow left this morn­ ing for Hiawatha, Kansas, where he will visit his parents ■ Dr. and Mrs. Earl S. Pickup of Union City, Pa., spent the week-end with realtives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen, Jr., are the parents of a daughter, born Wednesday, October 22 (Continued on page 1) CLASSIFIED ADS * R A T E S Strictly Cash in Advance. One Insertion . . . . lc per word Minimum Chargo .... 2Sc Subsequent Insertions . . J(e per word Minimum Chargo ..... FOR SALE— House and lot in Otto. Inquire of John Maus, Otto, N. Y. 2t031 ■ . a - a a a a a 15c S Bank of Cattaraugus Cattaraugus,. N. Y . FOR SALE— 2 % H P f United eng­ ine, bratid new, Inquire of John Nichols, Cattaraugus 2t031 FOUND:— Pair of glasses.\ Owner may have same by payinff for ad. Inquire Times office.' \ I t FOR SALE— Good Singer Sewing Machine. Inquire of A. H. Brooks, Cattaraugus. It A THRILLING STORY of mystery and undying love, by James Fran­ cis Dwyer, complete in next Sun­ day’s NEW YORK AMERICAN. It FOR SALE—Property on Waverly St. Will b* sold at a reasonable price if taken at once. Inqnire of Mrs. Anna Herrick, Cattaraugus* If WANTED— Teacher for school dis­ trict No. G, town of Persia, near Persia station. School to open Nov, 3rd. Apply to. E. D. Jones, trustee. 2t031 WILL PAY A STRAIGHT SALARY $35.00 per week and expenses to man or woman with rig to intro­ duce EUREKA EGG PRODUCER Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis.. 111. It FOR SALE— A desirabli residence on Leavenworth Stret. Property in good condition. Modern im­ provements. Large Garage. Real Bargain, if taken at once. Easy Terms. Inquire of R. R. Mowry, Cattaraugus, N. Y. tf ■ Ï ■' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ I. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ s ORGANIZED 1882 INCORPORATED 189» H. C. RICH, President F. E. JOHNSON, Cashier J. J. McCARTHY, A ss ’L Cashier DIRECTORS. D. F. Rundell, G. C. Carey, Warren H. Lee, Herbert C. Rich, J. J. McCarthy, F. E. Johnson, G. A. Matteson, J. W . Watson 'interest- allowed on Time Deposits, Collections on all Points made Promptly and . Economically. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000 t One Hundred Tenth Quarterly Report, Sept. 12, 191$. .-j RESOURCES (Condensed) Loans and Discounts - - $555,239.88 Overdrafts - - .. . - NONE Stocks, Bonds and Mortg’s. - - 561,725.00 Banking House, Lot and Furniture 10,000.00 Other Real Estate - - - 2,500.00 Cash With Banks - - - 85,380.69 Cash on Hand - - ' 49,084.65 LIABILITIES- Capital - - , ' - - Surplus - - - - Undivided Profits Individual Deposits - Bank Deposits - - Cashier’s Checks - Certified Checks - - . Reserved for Taxes - Reserved for Interest Rent Account - . Federal Reserve Bank - L. W. ALDRIDGE, Optometrist and Optician, will be at F. D. Blake’s Jewelry store, Cattaraugus, again Tuesday, Nov. 18. In home office Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 531 Brisbane Building, Buffalo, N. 'Y. WANTED-—A good girl\ for general housework in family of two. All modern conveniences; seven dol­ lars per week. At liberty every \ evening and Thursday afternoons. This is a fine place; good home and steady employment for any­ one who would appreciate it. For particulars address, or better still come and call. Mrs. F. D. Luke, 57 Linden Ave., Kcnmore, N. Y .lt * Subscribe for The Times. $1,263,930,22 - $33,000.00 - 150,000.00 - 23,641.76 • 986,364.22 - 1,921.80 - 13,334.90 - 769.00 5,000.00 - 17,000.00 4,008.48 29,000.00 $1,263,930.22 M K ■ ■ ■ CARD OF THANKS We desire to extend our heart­ felt thanks to the friends and neigh­ bors who through their kind words and actions tendered to us so much comfort and assistance during the recent illness and passing away of our beloved wife and mother, also for the beautiful floral offerings, Ambrose H. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs.. C. E. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Brooks Life Insurance New York Life Latest up-to-date Policies written from $500,00 to $300,000.00 If interested before buying in Life Insurance see me 000CHWOOOOO0OOOOO<!CHKH3<H>O«HKHKHKHWÍH5OOOOO00O0OOOOOO0 O ' •« - ■ B ■ ■ ■ * ■ ■ ■ ■ * a CBBBBSBBHBBBHn * ■ ■ ■ * ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ H n * B B * * * H H * * S Ä II ■ A New Line of Beaver and Gilt Cloth Turbans D. H. B. WELLS, Rep. CATTARAUGUS, « New York ■ ■ ■ 1 ■ i ■ ■ ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■»■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■a A D D A TH O M P S O N C A T T A R A U G U S , N. Y . ■ Ban ü < k >O û C00< h X h 30O0OCHXC h J< h 9C h 9C k >< h > û 0O ’X h X h X h X K 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 One Week Special Sale of Victor Records Starling MONDAY, OCTOBER 27th, We will sell any Victor Record in the store as follows: NOTICE .1 am prepared to do Watch and Clock repairing at my home on Jefferson St. FRANK WOODWARD ’Phone 29-H Cattaraugus, N.Y. 85c Record $1.00 “ $1:35 $1.50 $ .63 .79 1.17 1.34 Come in and make your selections while the stock is complete. (i ii The Gas Supply is Failing and the Miners are Talking Strike! S O L V E Y O U R Heating Problems NOW See Our Windows for a Suggestion that will take away tbe worries. It costs nothing to look and only a moderate sum to \Tustall when—Presto! ----- But that; would bp telliii} Come and take a look. Yours for a hard cold Winter, Harvey & Carey Inc. Cattaraugus, N. Y . Mosher Hdw.'Co. Inc -, PHONE 186 CATTARAUGUS, N.Y. J

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