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   Salamanca Republican-Press (Newspaper) - October 26, 1926, Salamanca, New York                               Went, MM. W. Roland; and wcretarj RWUW.ICAll.rnm TUMDAT, M, OYFATALLY HURTBYPIPE Leon Mangoria of Red House dies in Hospital of internal hage. Hemorr- and treasurer, Mri. Anthony Ryan A toxin-antitoxin clinic for pre- school children will be held tomor- row afternoon between 3 and 4 In tho offices of the County Board of Health in the city building. M. Ossenbeck ..--------r L.. at Home or Daughter up this year? I There are three good reasons why Margaret Oseenbeck, widow you the habit of an an- ot the late J. H. Ossenbeck, died By A. M. D., C.u.t, H..Uh Offic.r of th. Catlarau.M Co.nty H..lth THE ANNUALHEAtTH CHECKS Have you had your health chocked fed ofi v Oj_ -P House, died at the Salamanca morning at 5.BO at the home of Because such an examination d ouse, e eltl hoipiUl at 10 o'clock Monday her daughter, Mrs. James McFarland, wju your chances for a long- roloned hospital at ociucfc iuvnuwj ncr unuijmvi, of injuries received Monday 09 River street, following a prolonged er ,ife MornSnr when he was struck by ..J   Because if your physician wen n wa iklltaK Smith Chemical) sh, wu born In New Market, Ire- findl that you M, good health you company plant in Red House. He ]nnd, June 6th, 186S. She had re- wiu Jeel and encouraged 4M pf an internal hemorrhago. 1 Salamanca the past two loth bosw cl the pelvis were frac-'.y0arll. She formerly resided in when hc tcu8 you Because your doctor may find loth of the pelvis were irac-; yOBrs. She lormeny reoiueu (3) Because your doctor may imu tend when he struck by the Bradford and Oil City, Pa. She was the beginning of trouble which can riM Dr P. H. Bourne, coroner, said member of the L. C. B. A., Brad- be corrected without delay and save WHr ford Branch, and the Altar ft Rosary you trom future poin and suffering. ,re dismantling the j ,ociety Of St. Patrick's church here, j" Yon Bn0uld have your health check- and it was in this j shc survived by four daughters, up while you are 8till apparently well. was dislodged nnd' jiae Ossenbeck of Pittsburgh, Somf peopie prefer to wait until a I Mrs. James KcFarland of 60 River fixed tlme eacn year) many of Tilt boy Ic. his father, Frank 3trceti Salamanca, Miss Margaret jn order that they wjn not forget ifaafortai of three sisters, El- ossenbcck of Durham, N. C., and Rave n done on their birthday. fca, Thelma nnd Angcline of Erie, MIm Anna Ossenbcck of The important thing, however, is to and his grandparents, Mr. and by five BOU8) p. J, Osscnbeck of Tulsa, gct the oxanlinRtlon done. If you Ifn. Joseph Rinaldi of Red j. w. Ossenbeck of Shreveport, nave not yours yct, follow the ex- w f _- j-, i _ -I- flttnAtnr-A are dismantling clMmieal plant and it was in work that tho ill. .Tfct boy Ic. I La., G. R. Ossenbeck of Bradford, funeral will be held Thursday Paij j. H. Osfionbcck Wichita fliorolni at 8.45 from the home nnd William Ossenbeck of Dominic Koschella, 15 Nelson ave- here, and at 9.15 from St. Pat- rick'i church. Burial will be in Cal- vary cemetery. Ian. your appointment todajr. The health examination Is a period- ic inventory of the physical aisest and liabilities of an Individual, cov- ering all important function! of the thorough physical and men- tal examination made by your physic- The examination reveals whether you one hundred per cent healthy or not. No manufacturer in Cattar- augus county would think of allowing his machinery to run down without watching it constantly. A railroad would not allow its equipment to go without careful inspection, neither does the prudent automobile owner allow his car to go without regular overhauling. Is your body less valuable to you than a machine, a locomotive or an automobile? Go to your knows you ask for a complete health examination. Two-PMce Frock Shows No Sign of Dropping Out flmart, youtliful and almost univer- sally becoming, tho two-piece frock BHOWJ no sign ol beloi cast Into outer dtrknesi far fashion is ecu cerned. It stems that any cooll Introduced, but collection of fall prove! thai (ashlon lost none ol their KltlU or Inventltencss, In almost every group of models ont flnds several developed on two-pleci arc distinguished by sub- tle changes of silhouette and by dc- talla of decoration that sire them K dltterent and more Interesting aspect Velvet, which last winter staged u comeback after a long absence froi; the fashions of several seasons, I from all Indications to have n mor. iuccessful Kaaon thli year. Many o. ho smartest new hats from the raosi mportant milliners of both continent how clever uses of velvet, while an. of frocks In patttnn illng old-fashioned quilting are n cvidcnca as decoration oa new Yoclra. Oil City Councilman relieved Oil City, Pa., Oct. 25 Personal and Bertha Miller of Fawn avenue are spending tho day in Buffalo. C. T. Sloan and daughter Jane and Mrs. K. W. Davis of War- Wellsvillc, Kansas; by three sisters, the council tonight re Mrs. Wm. Darling of Oil City, Pa., ]jcvod Joseph Gi Metz> Safety Mrs. Thos. Finigan of Sarnia, Can- Djrector) who iB bouna cvcr to court ada, and Mrs. J. B. Walsh of Oil City, charges o! gclling and possessing Pa., and by several grandchildren. from duUc5 at the head of The funeral announcement will be tho dcpartmont. made tomorrow. Burial will be in the family plot nt Titusville, Pa. 200 attend Opening of Holy Cross Bazar JL Elizabein More than 200 attended tho weqk Beginning at 6 P. M. Din- The Ladiei Auxiliary Of the Presbyterian church of Elli- cottville will serve a dinner in con- ion with their annual Bazar in .the Parish House of the church on 1 Elizabeth street, on Wednesday of If W Davis or war- jviore -innii UUI-IIIIIIIIK nn Pa "turned home after I opening of the annual Holy Cross ba- ncr tickets 50 cents. siding several day. at the home of W in Holy Cro8, community hall .-------__-------------- SaTSflta. W. Warner of Aspect Monday 10-25 2t In Elmira Year Niagara Falls, N. Y., Oct. 26 Elmira was today selected by the New York State Women's Christian Temperance Union as the organiza- tion's 1027 convention city. R. Sorrenllno, Piano Orders at Sprat's drug store. FOB .room house, all improvements. Apply 22 Broad. 10-26-ot Thcro ara oilier mountains in Colorado higher than Pike's but they are not advertised. Ornate for Fall As to feminine details and elabora- tions you will only appreciate their lull lorca when fall season under way. It Is astounding how muny highly decorative themes have been Incorporated Into the new mode. Fringes, metal meshes, feathers, yokes, fabric braids, belted tunics, draped belts, vertical are only n few among a mar.e of or- nate details which have shattered the garconce tradition beyond hope of re- covery. Sport clothes arc In order for manj occasions. The term "sport clothes Is not so much misapplied as the ni ot the garments named, for in flay of tailored simplicity the straight and narrow clilc of costumes nnre as- sociated only on the tennis courts or the links now finds prominent place In nlmoRt p-v hmir of the Pa a Cutit said "what "Falling for UM stunning blond a second time after you hare bocn burnt once, I guess. Now shut up aiid get to your eight work." BETWEEN TWO EVILS First the trouble? Second I'll either be poached or put Into cotd Honi-et Scarfs. Vanity Seis and Pillow Cases With yellow, rose, blue and lavender lawn stitched on. Lunch Clothes On Cream Bohemian linen with green linen applied corners. SHELDON'S ART SHOP 72 Main St Salamanca P. J. Clancy Son Local A Loot Diitaaot HAULING TEAMING Sand Gravel PHONE 233 n ATLANTIC Slush! Meltins snow and un- even sidewalks quickly make walking danger- ous to your health. Give yourself protection against colds, grippe, possible pneumonia by stopping here for a jjair of water-proof rubbers or arctics. PERRY BROS. SHOE STORE Main St. Si I are attractively decorated. the n of Mrs. Alice Hall as Salamanca day, Tuesday is who confined to her home in Clin ton street with a fractured leg, which received in an automobile acci- dent near Eidgway, Pa., several weeks ago, continues to improve. o-------- Salamanca Vicinity Olean day and Wednesday will be Buffalo day. I A popularity contest is being con- ducted in connection with the bazaar. Tha candidates are Josephine Sob- jcck, Catherine Dry, Esther Ambus- lie and Wanda Pruatnoake. Chairmen for tho various booths ______ nrc. fancy work, Esther Ambuske "S: Baptist church will meet in the fruit, Theresa AmbusUc and Ihcresn ior room Wednesday afternoon at Marciak; take sale, Mrs C._ 280 and Mrs. John Bierfedlt, Sr., mjs- 'The Mothers Community Circle's tery, France, Roscos and Mary Hallowe'en party has been postponed proaM; fi8h pond, Gertrude Bojek to November S. It will be held nt the nnd Dorothy Prusmosko; light lunc home of Mrs. Thomas Snydcr of Lin- booth, with cofTee, nondwltchea ni basinets meeting and a short today, club held its flrst Mrs. meeting of t.. son in the library Mdt. elnb rooms Monday evening. A 6.30 o'clock dinner opened the meeting, with covers laid for 25. Hallowe'en j President, Miss Mary Connelly; vice president, Mrs. C. C. Cheney and sec- retary and treasurer, Mrs. Robert C. Baker. Beal winter arrived in Salamanca yesterday evening with a fall of Commoni ceniurei Member ondon Oct 2G In a motion have Out at "Grant1." All woven Rugs and Carpets at special reduced prices lor one week, to clean out, and make room for our IB. yesterday evening with a fall of, turfl rf this will be the in- anow that clung to the trees and roofs troauction from the Alexander famith at intervals during the day here. Re- ports from Ellicottville and other nearby places were that they, too, had had a fairly heavy fall of enow. The Madrigal Club opened its 1926-27 season at a meeting held Monday evening ut the home of Mrs. H. M. Eaton of Kent boulevard. About 20 attended. Following the business session, a short musical pro- gram was presented. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Flora Fish and Morna Kenyon were In charge of arrangements. Officers of thp club are: president, Mrs. Eaton, vice pren- ycron uuu v "i j (fully harmonic with present trends 1 in home draperies Mid upholsteries. F. L. Grant, 21 River St. T" 10-23 8t Mrs. Hazel Bergcmnn, who Is con- nected with the Elliott Beauty Shoppe, has resumed her duties after litr recent illness. I Senear Gardner Cold Weather Specials Flannel and Jersey Winter 4 to 8 years. Priced to Wool Finish White tan colors Pp- Middy gym- nasium wear, size 6 to 22. Union Sniti and rraf, 91.00 per Senear Gardner f7 Main St. Confidence When you buy furni- ture here you are al- so buying confidence that in later years you will not regret your choice, neither in the firm nor the furni- ture. SHOES BROWN'S BOOT SHOPS STOCKINGS Beginning Wednesday of 1280 Pair of At Only A Pair Solid Work Shoes Fine Dress Shoes Snappy Oxfords ALL SIZES All at A pair A Shape for Every Foot O'ROURKE PUTNAM FINE FURNITURE Walrath Bldf. Salamanca Work Shoes Brown's Famous Moccasin Shoes Paracord composition or leather soles, oil tnn uppers in Black or. Tnn. to 11 The Dress Shoes and Oxfords Black Calf Brown Calf A DOZEN STYLES FOR SELECTION Goodyear Welt Sewed or Leather Heels. t Here is the season's biggest value giving event Women's New Fall Pumps and Oxfords A Pair DOZENS OF to 0 Worth to Ths Heels French Spike Spanish Cuban Junior Flat The Leathers Black Kid Patent Black Calf Tan Calf Velvet Suede The Sty'-s Strap Pumps Fancy Strap Pumps Tie Pumps Buckle Pumps Lace Oxfords The Rayn The new low top arctic for women, just ankle height- chain fastener. LQWOE BLACK HIHEELS See Window Displays BROWN'S BOOT SHOPS 77 MAIN STREET SALAMANCA'S BIGGEST SHOE STORE Windm Displays   

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