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   Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Wellsville, New York                                 «JL^^^yi^ -15'. iiiÉ'''jrfc. inilrjm miI  ta ÍMrtttmiMr nisHt.  mtfh Un tbe lisrt^buUfÜDg And ia j* íKWt »xmer mi ÚAvxe to hte ^iiiitty^^ Mild« ti>i}|«{it at Cha^n tialt  and  " ' felumod-^froia iícmrt^t  .., ^Mimiiim m î'Âwwdny. .  Ä».' ». -öeiÄ mjfoeiê i» leav«  HM^ tbiB week to a{>end the miih hm gnuidaon» ÎVôd  _______Httbbwd öt _ HÄJTi80ft  Vfìléy who has bceu Bö «^uest òT fe«»^ Vt»*- wee^.expecta  ■ ft^-Mmmjí^itísm umy.  r-f rr : lilrr ti«»)ry Braaçk bride (nee  tiomelU  80MC OF ,TH« IXnnCtS IN THE SHAWWUT TOWN, a- ^»OLITIÇS WAXIMO WARM ^ CA*IP riRiE QIR1.S OROANtZING.  AngoHça. Oct. lt.—The Bpn'ortti League iitad a very sucocwHful social at tlic ÜtwihwilHi (áinruh parfera IwSt  ■  : JSetBmiW Oct Mbert  and llctt« «oii.¥fn^t «ni apen^iikg ^c» w^R wfUt M«iid« te AoeiMiilvrt.  JetTerson Barlter^and Elmer ten-tiaver' aidv^ tiielr famUlea to Clean tiifii WAek.  Hei^rt, thivfs mi^as honw firom Rocbiester ov^ Sunday and 1» now In the fitamtKrltnn «t Wellsvine'tor trèat-meat  Miss Vtofa Dean and Mfgs Orate Adams ore vialtlns: friends this week in Chicago and later wilt go to Mit-i^aukse. Thoy oxei>ect to bo absent it>oot a month.  Uev. M. J. 1.11)1 is in Ituftalo tiii!^ W0ek attending the M. K, Conference.  Mr. and Mrs. €, O. Baxter t^inraed fròm Montour l'halle Monday where thnv had ^n HBftndiny a few davit  Whitney) of «omeli, were > r^^ti'j'i^to'Sunday of her aiint, Mrs. P. K. ' > ^ Hianpttttgb and family. . >:iv Oleix Kobblns of Canlsteo «pent Sun-iv ' fw^l^^Y WIth.hiB mother. Mrs. A, W. Bl-^ " j^iup and other relative«.  . fH' - Mr. and Mrs. 0uy PlaiHtisd, of h f'^f ify^wood 'Wife Sunday guestB of y I^ftf parents Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crit-  :, > Harry and Ouy Barrott have  C , ' been, making many imt»rovemehtB in "their residence on Wlldman av-nuo, .>t and mmr think that wedding i . nB  ^wlll-ho-i'laiiinfi^ «oon.  SCIO  Scio» Oct 10-H3et your tteketa for : ^ the tenure coune notur, on sale at C. ' ' Chaplft's Prog atore.  Mw Councilman aiient the week /|B ^lehduse with her sister.  Flannigan of Oklahmua is 'VI;";' ,- Mf" Flannigan.  V  » 'Ni v-î t  ' ' ■ ^ '^irtr y'O» im MfíL J. V her son "5a  aughter. Kitty, left - Saturday to visit 'eV weekr. tu Olean with . .ujídorgo an friemls wish !i and a speedy  .^»«c,. 'Aeration T 'her the bes ;; " • t^wry.  Mm Maji ' 'tsley has rot urn-  ' S' iid to her lii'jvH. ' , ilochester. Mr«. » W. Q. X^rowuitifp.'her niece accoiti-t»anyfng her to Rushford whoro they spent Sunday with tiieir relatives ' Jtre, B^n Ackei-rnou «f Wells '«pent Friday wuu heir dauglb ter» M*«. ®d. Graves. .  Mr«. Alvin Roger« attended the Altny'-Eaton wedding at Cornitig. Oct.  m*  The M. E. Aid Society will meet M. Mites Thursday, 0<ît 1«. •-The elfectlqn of officers. All in-teredied are reayested to be present. Mrs. McQueen and son Paul return-home Thursday night after s)>eii«l-  im : : tr-^ r  in» »everal weeks at Elmira and other T pointu.  ..fíu} tind Mrs. Norrls of Chicago,  are visiting their sson. Hurold, at the home of jar, and Mtk. tiUiorBo I^ih  evening. It being the occasion of the i^egaiar monthly btislness and social meeting of tbe ioeague.  T»he yotmg jbachelora of the Young "People^ 17n®5 IsnRe TlSptÎHt churclî e«lerte»itied^-iftt a-very tntweMingr âwl filéasnrable social In the Baptist i&un^ parlor« nrlday e venin g.  'Wie roller mangel njlll here is running itll ten o'^elocli evenings, thlB weeit, in order to get out a striai large shipment the last of the week.  United States Surveyors are working In this vicinity lit present, making a survey which will cover the entire Conntry vriten <ootupleted.  CAIMP FIRE dtRLâ;  A local branch of -the ''Camp Fire Ci iris" is in process of organization here, and several "hiltes" Ijave alre^d> Iwen taken. It is Iming planned to elect afllcers in the near future. Miss Mary Clanliner, of tlie Wilsontan High 6ciioo] faculty is Ouardlau. an() there ore ten giflB now enrolled here. It has Iteen suggested tlmt tho local ahoe dealers would do well to lay In an extra large stock of young ladies' »hoes soon. Why? Because the terrible hikes that the Caimp Fire Girls take iire fast wearing out their foot wear. Why. Uie other day it is stated for a fact that the hikers went tc Transit on a hike. HîîT they hiked in a cari'inge! Success to tho Angelica Cufirp Fire Olrts! ! î  Aripreciate the Daily Reperler,  Tin local fans are intorestod sotne. to put it njllilly, ill the Wi^rld's «crie» now in pronTcss. The splendid service «>f the Daily Reiiortér is considered almost a God-send to many of them.  Compliments Poitmaater Weaver.  ITnlted State.s Post OiTice iiiRj>ector Johnson, of WaslUnçton. ii, V., was in tills viiiage yesterday, ai)d after tboroughlji» ioftking over the oflice here, protiouncoii hiiiifiolf vory highly pteas ed with tbe condUion of the otflc-c. This bespeaks v\c l for worihy  I'ostmaster Mr. Kvorilt I. Woaver. and his ^tllcient cierk^ Miss .May Arnold. Warm Local Campaign. The prospects are favorabh^ for a liot time during the couiiniK campaign this fllll in .\iïKellcH AU three parties have strong men on earh of their tickets, and it is to be lioped tliat the heat MIC.N' »'111 hè vtited for regardloHH of party priudpleH. It is understood th^t the liquor question is to be :^oted upon also at the eon)lng election. An gelica is a No license town now. May she remain such Î ! !  dUeion.  Mm. Stovens and her son Kay. join ed her husband at Shingleiunise. where they will visit friends for some tinK.  wmmc witts  . ,&ptÌBg Milis, Oot. U.—Horn to Mr and Mri^. Roy Harrison. a pound boy, Oct. J, Mi&s tGcrjtrude Kellogg and littb .^ieo« Margaret Cobh, are vi'^itlng "^..fhe hOlUie of Arlinp Cobi». ' Mlascs Norma Spencer and ilaze! Ji^^rnham, »ere in Genesee. Jast Satur day afternooi».  O. PfeilTer and famUy speut 'Sunda> with Desda Holhert at Whitesville.  Mr. and Mrs. Ij. II. Fortner. of Whitesville, callcd at W. II. Farnham f  fiméà}'.  Mr and Mrs. Milton i^hiffcritn. i»r , Pajsadene, Cai., are visiting at tfat  Ji^'T  M  %  ì;, < beme of Tìteo<lore Cobi».  - jM*'«- öeiina ifteaeli and rompan y o'  ..—"i^—iNíenás-auioeU up from Ivnoxville. Fn d^iy and took dinner at Walter Jiííiwnard'a. Mis« Mertie {.«onard accoui-iuuiie l Mr. and Mrs. F. .M. Leonard, of i'jellüvJlle was in We,stiieUl aii bysi Wednesday  Thornton. O'Connor. r)uU«. . calling thenisclve.s iht*  Hi.  Oil Co., have a great well on Ith« Thomas 0'Co»nior t»il right, lot Aftna. After producing ten fank.s  teto a thirty barrel dafly "^t'wiiiajp^, _ li^bla -Company's Fjnuegan  i^itire Gas. has run a  ijp- leaseii and began Will  "tiraug-h' .-iiie ^ ■ line  ...».a-^ the iiinirfie'ii Hill  V r 1*11 Cos.. '•.A', I >»ev«rai bun .i. ijtui 4ttUy when  }»»» owned the U)« big weU was  ijHo^: extjli^nent  LAST DIKE BLOWN  UP ON CANAL  (Hy .'Vsswiated Pres-s. » Washington, Oct. 10.-At 2 o clorl. today. President Wilson pressed tin-button which se.nt out the eleotti<' eurrent which will hb)w up tiu' (iauiboa Dike on the Canatiia t'anal  The Atlantir and PaeJiir Omans an' not at'tualiy united when the (Jamboa Dike destroyed and water (latun l..aU»' allowed to flow in  'PUg destruetion of tiie Dyke how ever, removes tlie last ob.'^trucliiiiji to navisation in the greater part of tb<" ranal by light draft vessels and opens Hit direct i-ounection between k'"«'«' (JatuH Utlce whii'h already Jia.s dis c-ftarf:ed vt^f^m'hi^' mto thr Aflf^f^(i<^ tbroufiti tbe (;att»n Ixm'Us and the Pa  iti«- division.  Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Baggs, of Alfred, took dinner Saturday wiUi Mrs. Evelyn Jlarney and Mrs. C. D. Potter  Mrs. Clarene^i Bicker, Paul Stowell, and itaymondBtowell, of iiuffalo^ visit-ed at the old homestead In Rlach Creek i^tnrday aprf i^iihdayr  Services at .St. Phillips Church Sun day nioming were conducted by Arch JJeacpn (f W. Ay res, of Huffalo. in the absence of the Hector Rev. Paul IV Hoffman, who with his mother, Mrs. K. S. Hoffman arc spending a few days in MiddlelMirg, N; Y.  i^incoln Pollard, of Newark, N. ,I. arrlvetl Saturday morning, pnd with his son, Stephen Pollard, Jr.. left for Clevelaud, Ohio, the firHt of the week Mrs. Irving Jones and little son. Maxson, of Alfred, were rccoiit Buests of C. E. Davie and J, H. Murray's Tauililea.  Mrs. Jackson, of Wellsboro, Pa., is visiting her daughter. Mrs, M. J. Hill.  Mrs. Frank Davie and two daughters of Bolivar, were recent guests of C. K Davies' family a few days ago.  Mrs. Kittle McCormIck and son. Clmrles. of ifornetl, visited her i»eo-l)lo Sunday.  Max Norton, of Allentowii, was a Sunday guest of ^Ir. and Mr.s. Jaine.-Hyde.  Mrs. Ida inillnirton. of Hornell. visiting Mrs Isaac l-ewiH, and Fre<i Hood's family and other former neigh bors.  Rev. U. A. Ucibertstm ha.s reiepU) moved here from Uansoinville, and th«> family live on Pike Ave. .Mr. Robinson will hold Sunday servi<-es In the Free Methodist church on Washington St Mr. and Mrs. Van Welch, and four children, of Robinsonvllle. 111., are visiting his mother, Mrs. J. Q. Welrb •MrK. A. J. .\llen lias returned from her visifwith friends In Almond.  Miss (JeorKana Sniitli. ol' Wellsvilbv was a gucHt of .Mrs. II. .V. IJarney, ovei Sunday.  Mrs. Mary Kelly, of lUiffalo. was i. iiuest of Mrs." Ann Kelley ovoi Suiida.v Mrs. Claude Whiteomb. of Klmlra, is. visitinp her people this week.  Mrs. Mabel 'tlrange left Tiiesd t.v morning to return to Norfolk. Va  Quite a party of Helmonters Sun dayed at Camp Dent. Amonp tb( number were "Mr. and Mrs. Hldyn R«-^ nolds. Mr. and Mrs. John WSiiti>, Mr and Mrs. T. M. .'Vvery. Dr and .Mr Floyd Sortore. ¡Vll«^^ Graee .Nirhdlsot'. .Miss Jessie Whltrnmb. Miss Cluistiii'-l.evvis and Mrs. Charles Whitconib, oi Hehidere.  Mrs. UoHwell N«»blf Is suffering <iiiit. badly from a fall injuring ¡irr knee  .Mrs, Anna A«'Urrnian bas returnrd Irom a visit in AlhMitown.  J. H. Bissell Is on tbe si<k list thi . week.  The Nashville i^ludents. a eoU>n-i show drew a full bou.se here  .Miss Cotter was in OU-an Tut>Hd;t> in the interests of tbe Millinery Dr partment of -t' K. Davie s store,  Cyrus ICviugbani bas the foundal».vii laid and the carpenters ba\e coiumrru-<>d work on a new intuse on liis fair.! on the Scio road.  Mrs. liluiily Montague Hir.lioi'. o: New York will lecture in Town Hail Friday evening. Oet. 17 on ' Smialt-Scenes." The annual :ue«'tin^ of iIh .Mlegany Cou^ity Fed«"ration or Wo iilan s i'lubs will nie.'l on Satiirda> ai ternoon  Mr and .Mrs. I'rank Holiin.MUi, o' UuIfaUj. arc jiue.slt; of his t'aHici', Mr W. \ Robinson and sist»T. .Mrs. Kli/.a RtrM  Oct^ rerdteand Rock-tanehef. of Atina Hill etehty-efght yoiirft old bne hundred huiihet of potaioea Iii«t w^lit..  Mf«. Bo«9 Ckta^dy and danchter Myrtle retiimed ^^ednesday from a weeks visit witlt friends In Shongo, \Vhlte«vHlo, andBradford.  H, N. Drown f8 visiting his dauglt-ter»« Mro, John Run-on, and Mrs. Fsfinny' King at Orleans, N. Y.  iNen VVnJah and tamily, of Wells. vHle were gitesi» of Mr. and Mrs. I'. T. Curtln^ «aturday.  Mr, and Mr»,'J. S. Kemp attended Uie funeral of Mr, Kemp's brother, Emery Kemp, at Crystal, Pa., «unday, \Mr. and Mr«, Perry Breese, of Wells ville were giiests of Mr. and Mrs. John Uepew, Sunday, were Citllers at George Stephens' Sunday.  Afiibroiie .itenjamin and .family, <rf BCftoh mil ^loitod-r-Mf.—and Mra  Î vw ' VíSitóy  Eugene Witter Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Black entertained comi>any from Vandermark Sunday.  Eugene Witter, who lias been 111 for Mfn^ttine was taken tt> the General ilGSpltttLln WeiisyiJlG Dr,^ Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. Josliua Green, were visitors in Dittle (Jeucsce, Nile and Bolivar last week.  'Mrs. D. W. Wilier, of Alfred, visit ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolui Depew Wednesday and Thursday.  .Mrs. Fay Wbodard will entertain the indies Aid Society Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. W/in. N'iles, of Indiana, on their return from Plainlleld, N. stopped at Alfred, and visited A. .1. Green and family here Saturday night and Sunday, also called on ,Mr. and Mrs. Ini Nlles Sunday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Green.  .Mrs. Alice iilliott. wlio has betiu ill a long time, died at the iRuae e.r lier sister, Mi's. Gtwrge Stepbeiis Wedoe.s day, Get. 8th at r>::'.0 o'clock. Funeral will be held at ber late home Sunday at lUioi) o'clock.  FORD'S BROOK  •GtRLS ENJOY LONG WALK  Miss Martha Ktone and Miss Kutii Miller, students in tJie W ellsvllle Hit;b School, took advanlag-e of t-ii^ I'-oUim bus Icsai holalay and enjo.ved a Ion« .yema^erman to jU with nmuips, jiiii^ce ^^ aHj^.I to visit .Miss  Stone^ brother. Horaee, and otiuM friends at the t niversitr voting  ladies covered the distam-e of iourteen miles in three hours ami* .►o minutj-is Tliey expect to return by the old reli able Brie.  ïifiiWÎ'^-irîr......-r:  BE 0ÍII8E8.  G^doael Üooser^it is rigiit In f-e'laring that preventing T«m-iiuaiy from obtaiulng t^<nuplete Ciuitrol ei tite state Is the domi-U!tnt issue, b*»fore thy peot^le this full But by urging himself and hte |H!f80iwl party us the only remedy, the colonel defeats at* talnment of the result he desire«. A thin3 iNdír» JElveta any ktoid o£ «Ujawrt by Independent vote»».  eratuent  this fait - JLoekport  tierh Deonard.—Mr erhui froiii a serious arcidrut tliai b.iji penrd to him while engaged on tbu\ as express af;ent on Ibe I'ennsyh ¡mm railroad.  W r. <'larl< was in Killuion- pn business Tuesdav  The W C. T. r. met «it.)i Mrs Hun derlin Tuesday afternoon  The Tourist Club ine,l with Mrs .1 l)emmer TiM^sdivy .  Tho Jicemse ti««K<.ion is ojaw; üuua; foisted u|ion the v<iters of our lo« n and the people ar(> pfiu'rall\ arous. .! with indignation. If puldic oiiinicui of the better elciient of tbe ronmniiiii and the mothers, wives, and sislf^s t'ouhl have voice in tin- niattvr, the ll^irtMF'^iilfl'W fore ver' baitis^V' ed from our town A iu> |i;'<Mise nu'ei tng' la to be IlcM to the 'town Half Wednesday evening; wh'^n spealuirs» i from out of ti)wn are exiteo.ted. It is sincerely hoped that every person in-teretite-d iii tlie welfare of our honn^K and the good of our comíuuni.ty will rally to help drive this evil frou^ oui midst.  Mrs Dr, Hard.\ is attend» n« tbe State Convention of the Kings i,)aiij;b ters in Binghamton. : Mre. Amelia Orntsby, of Corry, wha came recently to visit the family of her brother, B. P. Mai>es. is seriously  ill. : - V ,  ^süc no-tlcense tueetlns was beld Wedííe®' Hall. Atüídres«e« w^re^ made by, Mr.  Miss Kaith Witliy a«Toniiuuiled IJl lian StedKC home Sunday troni Yorkf Corners.  MaiTen Walker lost -a vabiabte foui year old colt Kriday night, from e<di'  Theie was pri-achint; in (ho Fn-e Methodlst ehureh bere iSunday and a trood crowd was in attendaiK-e  Little Miss Alb-e (juicU. the youn.RfSl daugbter» of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. QuicU had the misfortune to nin a pair oi scissors in bor Ixick wbile plavinR oti the sofà Mcuiday eveniiiK eausinF-mudi paio.  .Mr and Mrs. Naie llubb»-!. of .Stao ards were ealliur, on Mr. ami iMrs .lohn (.¿uick Suniiay._  PLEASANT VALLEY  IMeasant. Valley. Oct. S —Miss .Ma Iwl Austin of Friendship was at li .Irnninjj's fr<Hn Thursday to Satur  day.  A. D, Dfiwn'nce and family worn u; to Kniie's Sunday for a farewell visit (Villi Carl l,fnvn"n<(' befoie he «oes to Fliiiirida to sixmuI tbe winter. Me ha;; enipl().\ iin'ut lbor(>.  Mrs. K. Kent of Shinglehouse wa; at K. WIh'cIit's from Friday to Sunday  Mr. and .Mis. F. L. Jiutnam and ^Ds K\a Odo took a trip to Kriondsbii' ■Mondav. Tli< latter returned lion+i Monday <>\eniif:  Mrs. Millen Strait of Friendship spent a few days last wef>t wirb Mrs K. l.awrt'iK«  Mi> M l^a^.sard went Olean and Fldn-d Thursday She brought Ihm sistfi Maude Sawyer, who has been in Oregon I In- jiast two years, bom< with her to make her home lure auif  f(l s liool  .Mr. anil .Mrs. Loul.s Cr.eesey ol llarpci s\ill»' and .Mrs Frwin t'ran d.ill of Kossuth wt>re gu«"stf; at M V\ ()o«laid';; Monday.  Mr. and Mis. F. Most-s of Ob'an. VMTo Mp to stay over Sunday with her liarenls.  Mr and Mrs F. K. W'iKhluiaii en lt^rtain<'d all II,:«h> of their son.s, with ¿beir fauiilt«.';, >iu4idiiv  Mr^. F M. Woodard has bad th«' niisforiuiM' to lose H horse thai wrrr pi>-.s<-iilfd to her by a broHipr. Ii was found ill the inornlun with a bok • 11 b'K and hid to bt> killfd.  Mr. and Mrs. M Wfxidard ro 1-' Oban today on a \isitinK trip.  GOOD ADVERTISING IS KNOWN BY RESULTS. THE REPORTER GIVES THOSE RESULTS.  ^rd. Oct Owoh l^yattW»  of lPhÌIadéli>hla: artive«) Itt town arda^ «i^ng to; «peìiè tfewlr' imttMÌ vaxration wHh his - hroiheo; P. 3* Keynditds and sister a/oA «Ch^ tlvp«.  : Mr .and Mr». J.. T. Keenan and'dona fames iknd Robeit. an,d Mis» Nellie Keeiian visited relativo» In WoltsvUlè Sunday, , ' ' /  (Mr, and Mr«. Ayeiy Dairi$» of.OSito, were In town on  Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Reynolds dt'ovc to Alfred" Simday on a yleasnre trip^ ;  J. 3. Ward and tdator «pent ISunday aftei-noon at FJIm Valley, the gneata of 'Mr. and Mrs. John Baker.  Mr. Hennan Schulte, of Boehester,. Mr, M. J, Ward, and.daughter^, .ilisses Helen and Margaret XVard, of J^lmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry SehuUe, and Miss Lipsie Madden, of Belnront, were éntertelned Jtt _.the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Cline Sunday afternoon.  Mr. and Mi^^. .lotm Mulligan and children and Miss Mary Mulligan spent Suiiday with relatives in Angelica.  P. H. Ro.vuold8, of Pixley Hill, was iit biif foTOTi-r borne bere"43tjiidffy to-vlsit his brother. Owen and wife.  Word was received here of the mi\r ria'Ae" of .Mr. Ixiuis J, Ward, and MiVs I'llizaheth G. GuilioyJc, of New York Mr. Ward Is a former Settlement boy and his many friends are pleased to extend congratulatio»»«.  Miss iJv.7,ie .Madden, of Belmont, is enjo.vlng a week's vacation with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Cline.  .Mrs. Rose Hogan visited relatives in Wcdlsville from Sunday until Tuesday.  .\t|orney C. f^. Éàrley, of Andover, was a business caller iier^ Monday.  Merman Schulte of Rochester. Is spending his va<'ation at tho home of W.m. Cline and hunting in the woodi of old Allegany.  I be Sisters of^- Cliarity. -of Buffalo, were making tlieir annual calls about town Wednesday.  Suiit. of Schools, W. I,. Ward, o 1 ' Wellsville, visited our school Tiies;' day.  J. ,1. Hoiian made a business trip to Wellsv^lle Tuesday,  Democratic Nominations  The Demoi-ratic voters of Waid held a eaiKMis at K. J. Brodle's Tues day eVening and nominated town officers to be v(iled for at thè general election to bo. field Nov. Ith. Town Clerk Fred Farewell j)resWed as chairman of the cam us. .lohn \Var<l was the secretary and E. J. Hrodie and Clayttm Babbitt acted as tellers. Tho ticket as named follows; Supervisor. Patrick H. Ward; Town Clerk. Fred Farewell; .lustiees of the Pi>ai-.e. Frank Lewis, M. P. Babbitt; lllKliway CommiSHioner, Lamott Me (iibupy; (^Hector, Wallaee Wyso; (iveri.fi-r pf^^ Poi.ir. Charles,Er'^.kins, Constables,' Wm. Kllison. JeSsé Ames Myron Babbitt. Wallace Wyse: School Din'ctors. Klmer Watson. Clayton Habbitt. Arthur Doan and Peter .1 Reynolds were named as Inspe-tor! of Klectlon.  Republican Nominations The Reiuihlican electors held a can CDS at 10. J. Brodin's Saturday even ill}: and nominated town ofiicers to b(> voted for at the penerai eb'ction.  F .1. Reynolds was chairman of the « aliens and .lohn Cliupi se( retary. Following is (be ti«'ket; Siiitei visor, S. H. Faston; Town Clerk, llarr.v PTVor; .Iijstices of the I'caic. (¡corte Hunlick Lawrence Cline; Town Superintendent, .lames W. .^abin; .Assessors, Wesley Potter Meiritf Hall; Collector, Miner A us tin; Overseer of Poor. Fred Gruesen iliirff; Constables. Miner Austin, Cur tis Rrow n ; Lewis Crandall. .1, He^ nobis; School Director, Jerry Stuck; |iis|if>ctors of Flection, J«)hn W. Cline Klmer lla>es.  fi-  ...A''  m  '•'i-"-.  ■f  WANTED^Irl to wotic 'f^^'hér^ TtPiwßmi^Neatly done at boati! and go to «<íhool.: Al>i>ty io. P.»ho»ie, Copyla«,jBte. of all kinds. Sat-  laféctlon i^aranteed. Charges rea-sonable. Beli phone, or wrtte Ijöck Box d&i, AngeUca. N. Y. Buge«e S. BarÄwell. Í ?tf  p. Healy, Bast phone a49-J. «  Dyke  strieet B<a! ' 14w2  F^Eeat  ai Wett Bean street I&atttre «t flie Repori^ oflk^. . jMdjfcwtf  i^T—Two göod dally farms, one ÌH) atid on© ilft eows. K^ ^^ Blaek. ScJii. Sederai phone, lOwi  WANTED—To cash rent ' good Bmall farm In good locality with few cows. Address "P." care of Reporter oi!ice. 2d2w4  WANTED TO RENT—Smal) farm with ten or twelve cows to rent on shires by year. Address R. S. Jackson, Scio, R. D. 1. Federal phone.  13dlw2  Male Help Wanted  WAN,TED—At once, boy to ntn errands and to make himself generally useful, (iood chance for advancement. Enquire fit Reporter office. L'id&wtf  WANTED—A pll« driver. State weight of hammer and lowest cash price. Win. Brown. R. T). No  Belvidere, N. Y.  1  1 ;',d2w;i  Horses For Sale  rm  •FOR SAbBlrrliul^ber tlr^iínásout. excellent condili^- lioek-^box] 2.17, Sdo. N. Y. lldtf&wtt  FOR sALl^House and iot'^t §8 Seneca street, 9 rOom house, jgood sized lot, barn, good well of ^ater, garden with fruits, ineludihf cb^rles, plums and apples. Easy terms if sold this month. Enquire of H. I.,. iJHbert. Riverside Drive R. D; 3, Wellsville.  9dl0w2  IX)R SALE—Rumer Potato Digger, nearly new. Can't be beat on level ground. Must be sold. Geor^ H. Blaekman, 72 Maple avenuel "^^ro&wtf  FOR SAI.E—On account of leaving tho farm in Prtictor District this fall to take position where they are not needed, I offer for sale my team of tirares. aged seven and thirteen years also harness, wagons, lever narrow, bdh^sleds. Johnston 10 1-2 fL rake nev^ liureka weeder, Berkshire hoar, Chester White sows, and .voung pigs. Cbas. N. Francisco. R. 1). 2. Bell pli on e 6 a - J. L'dd & w t f  FOR SALF--A good horse for driv ini? or work. Also two ilesks, one roll top. one flat Apply to F. W. ('.lanche at the Banner Steam I^iundry.  15d&wtf  Statement of the ownership, man ii-enient circulation, etc. of tli« I ^lleyany (\)iinf.N Repxter, piibli.s ied I se/ui weekly, at \V(>llsville, .N V ! rcrpiired by the \ct of Au j irust I'l, 1:>1L'. Fditors - K. W.. aiid C. .M. Harnes. Wellsville, N Y ; .Man ;»;:inK Fditnr, K Willard Harnes Wellsville N. Y ; Business Managers C .\i and T<: U' Barnes. WellsviUC, v.; Piihlisher, the Report»'r Co, Inc. Wellsville. N. Owners. Mjs. Knos W,.. Barnes, Wells\ille, .N. Y ., ('has. .M tuples. Wfdlsville N. Y.; F. Willard Barnes. Wellsville. N. Y. < Signed! Mrs f':nos W. Barnes, Pres S Aorn to and subscribe ! before me this Kill day of (Vtober, ISM.", Ui. Willard Karnes, Notary Public. iSeaD iMy commission exjdres Martdi DM:"  NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.  The uudersigned. • haviug received the tax roll of l nion School Dlstriet No 1, for lilLÌ, W'ill receive taxe.s ea< h day at my olTIce until Oct. i;.')th. r.u:;, at one per cent  J. S. Heclcwilh. Ctdie.ctor Dated WellavjUe, N Y-, Sept. 15>i:;  2.")dtf& w  Hill and 11  li is exi'cr WlU follow  out of town fhe good w  lÍHTt. of our lionie tow n ed thai Olbe;- liictiru; ;ooii ami s|ieakeis (loin v\ill be called to help in  or  ..... Walker—Da^r''~ - ....."  Oit VVi^in+'sday afteiruion at the Baptist chiiri h woie unitcd in mai riage, Mr. Charles L. Walker. tif Bel Uiont, and Mis.s Alice 1 Davis, of Cni tetvUb l>y liev Lciioy Halbert. 'Tiie:' wer»! ac(ouii>anied by .Miss Mildre.l Cain, iirides maid, and Mr. Fred Waliv er. ■!»< ;it man. .MioUf twenty gue.st^ wi;re prcwent. '1 he ring teremony was used.  Toc bride an<l lier .maid <^rried roses. The bride iWa^ Httired in a 6luri traveling suit, the couple dopartius immediately for u trip to lietrott and westwurd.  BcHh iiie Uride:^d geotitu a^o wolk  mont where they will mâke their fii-  For  Sale  Cheap  WILL BUNDY IN TOWN  . Mr. and Mrs. William B Bundy are visitiup old friends in town for a. da\ or two Mrs Bundy has l>een hi this \ icinity for a week or two and W ill dro(tpetl ill a few days ago for a siiort \a<-.iition. Hilly Hundy has as man.' friends to the square inch as any luau who ever lived in .Allegany and he i.< alwa.\s weUonied back to the old -.tampini; grounds. For the past tw< years he has been successfully engai;  A most desirable 8 room house with bath, good cellar under house. Large lot and niceqarden; also a garage. TbiG property Is located on Scott  GREAT FARM BARGAIN  A 9 acre farm one mile from Weits*-^ viUe. 9-room house with open stairway, New «porch and sun parlor. J Two good springs of watei', Barn 18x26, capacity for 10 tons of hay. Stable room. Mouse proof granary. New ruke and mowing machine. Nicc orchard of 35 trees. N  ed in the manufacture of au imiiroved steel read culvert at Muskogee. Okla.. and re^jorts buwimiiMS as jiood He i'.^-pecits to go west iijcain in a few da.\ s Friends will be pleased if circuir. stances Hliould some time bring thi^ Worthy couple luuk to Allegan) .igain as permanent residents.  O. E. S. CONVENTION  The vStaie Convention td the Grand I odf^e Onier of Faslern Stars will be held in the Masonic Temide in New ^'Orl- <'it.\ this week The convention open Tuesday and will continue for three days.  chapters in ttie state with a member ship of «'».(MM). Burton fliar.ter of this eity ití i^H+r-esoHt-ed Mrs. F. il. Eil® worth.  SEE US FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF REAL ESTATE.  Ttomton Block.  Weitevtjle^ . . « Nevir YeHi;  FATAL FALL FROWl SCAFFOLD  Bath, .N Y , Oct. )u.-The death Saiiaiel Buck occnired Vvednesia^ ^ithl from injuries sustained Last Thursday, when, while at worlf-at the W. \V. Babroek (.îompany, he f<dl froiu H sçaffoldinu, strikint; upon his hoiid. .\lr. Ibtck was about 45 years old, born th Cauisteo, and had lived here for Iwonty-five years, ills wife atid tliTee 4aiJtîbtcri>;,a broLier^ Jajaes of Avon;  It you have anything to sell; If you have anything to rent; If^you have anything you do not want; If you want4o IfUsiyiquiiifani^^ ,, , . «-yw-want lo-lHtysi ad-  hie uiothei sun^^ LVfrtlsfS;; lii the. Reporter  r " K/- • . .........- -■ ..."  DESIRABLE t-OT VOB SALS-» BnUdlnK lot on Oak street Joit pit North Main. Mo^ desirable location* Large shade trees in front, gravelly soil and no danger of water in eel« lar. Good bam on lot that (could he used In building house, or would make fine garage. #111 sold chmp. Address ''0" care of Reporter oiSoe. 16dftwtf  FO SALE—Several por(}h posts and fancy brackets, most of them In good condition. Will sell cheap If taken at once. Henry F. Pohl, 61 Pleasant SL Federal phone. 20a&wtf  FOR SALE—Shropshire Rama 1 and 2 years old. Well bred. Prices low. Write M. J. Grldley & Son, Alfred Station. N. Y , or phone 32-Y, Alfred N. Y.  8d6w6  FOR SALE—A new 20 gaugo*'%tev-ens repeating shot gun, ifet $27.50. Will sell for $22.00 cash. Never used. Can be seen at the Reporter Oibce. F. W^ Barnes. 30dliwtf.  1<X)R SAIJ^.—Dairy fami Oil?« acre.^, two miles e^iHt of .\n?;elica, i/i> mile from shipping station. Vi mile from milk station, R F. D.. two telephone lines.-SO acres tillable, 4(t woodlot. bal-lance iiasture. slu room house, two barns ¡50x40,, two tool sheds, poultry house, .".(»xl!» hupiire of Dora Lyile, Alfred, N. Y. i:!wt  FOR SALE—Six registered Hol-steln cows for sale., price $KtiO'uo. |f Interested come and see them. L. ('. Thomas, Black Cr«ek, N, Y. Hdlw2  HOTEL FOR SALE—A hotel in Buffalo known tbroughout the Ignited States as headipiarters for hofse and stockmen. This hotel is doing an average weekly recelpt.s of $4,')0, or yearJy income of $23,400^0, as the boolcs will show. The owffer has per-sonally run this hotel for twenty-seven years and now wishes to retire from business and offers it for sale for the first time. Now in good condition. Forty-four beds and rooms. All furniture and equipment goes wUh hotel at IDi.OOU. one-half cash; balance on easy terms. For further information apply to . ,  H. H. Watson, Scio. N. Y.. Id2w©d-w€ RealiEstate.  for SAIJÎ-Voiy 'iand.9ome high grade Holstein luill, born .Ian. I'lUh, 19i;v Price, $2.-..0(». Al^o nicely maiS>^ ed pure bred 'ImiH call!, born Oct i l".<K<. 120.00, ¿«giiitPTed Wi, «reif eral phone) J W Film t^cio, N Y.  P'OK «ALt>-Pair blaric grade Per^ cheron m.ares wming three and four; also five giady cows and three spring «•¡lives. L. M. Rogers, SclOi .Bi Y. Id2w4  for SAl.F-^:ight gowl dairv cows, right )n every way. to 6 years old. M. L. Middaugh. Friend-  Ibi I w2  sbip. N. Y.  FARMS, ETC., FOR SALE  The Allegany Coutity Farm Bureau announ<es tliat tikere are a number of farms, htu-aes. eattle, poultry- and  one desirous of buying. ttoUfv the County Agent. F C, «with, Wellsville, . . 4imwtf  W A NT FD-Laborers wanted. Apply at oilice of the National Aluminum Works. Wellsville. N. Y. 8d3w2  ..•V ÍJ.Í ÏMI l-l.  '.is^lL   

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