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Wellsville Allegany County Reporter (Newspaper) - October 14, 1913, Wellsville, New York Un tbe And ia mi to hte at m week to the hm who has rr bride OF IN THE a- WARM riRiE Oct. League a very social at tlic parfera te Elmer to Clean Sunday and 1 now In the Dean and Orate Adams ore friends this week in Chicago and later wilt go to Thoy to bo absent a M. J. 1.11)1 is in attending the M. and Mrs. O. Baxter Montour Monday where had a few of were of her Mrs. P. K. ' and of ' Mrs. W. and other - Mr. and Mrs. 0uy of h Sunday of y parents Mr. and Mrs. C. L. and Ouy Barrott ' making many in residence on and mmr think that wedding i Oct 10-H3et your for the tenure coune on sale at C. ' ' Prog Councilman the week with her of is ' im J. V her son left - Saturday to visit tu Olean with an wish and a T the bes has rot iid to her ' W. Q. niece her to Rushford they spent Sunday with relatives ' Wells Friday wuu heir Alvin attended the wedding at M. E. Aid Society will meet M. Mites 0<t 1. of All are to be Mrs. McQueen and son Paul Thursday night after weeks at Elmira and other T Mrs. of visiting their at the home of and It being the occasion of the monthly and social meeting of tbe of the Young 17n5 social In the Baptist e venin roller mangel here is running itll ten in order to get out a striai large shipment the last of the States Surveyors are working In this vicinity lit making a survey which will cover the entire vriten FIRE local branch of Fire Ci is in process of organization and several Iwen It is Iming planned to elect in the near Miss Mary of tlie High 6ciioo] faculty is there ore ten now enrolled It has Iteen suggested tho local ahoe dealers would do well to lay In an extra large stock of young Why? Because the terrible hikes that the Fire Girls take iire fast wearing out their foot Uie other day it is stated for a fact that the hikers went tc Transit on a they hiked in a Success to tho Angelica Fire the Daily local fans are to put it ill the now in The splendid service the Daily is considered almost a to many of Post of was in tills after over the vory highly ed with tbe of the This bespeaks l Mr. I. and his Miss Warm Local The prospects are for a liot time during the campaign this in AU three parties have strong men on earh of their and it is to be the heat for of party It is understood the liquor question is to be upon also at the An is a No license town May she remain such Stovens and her son join ed her husband at where they will visit friends for some to Mr and Roy a pound Oct. Kellogg and Margaret are of ' Norma Spencer and in Jast Satur day and with Desda at and Mrs. of at W. Farnham and Mrs. Milton are visiting at beme of and rompan y up from Fn and took dinner at Walter Mertie l Mr. and Mrs. F. of was in aii calling have a great well on Thomas 0'Conior lot After producing ten a thirty barrel run and began the r 1*11 I bun 4ttUy owned the big weU DIKE ON Oct. 10.-At 2 o President Wilson pressed which out the which will up Dike on the and Omans not united when the Dike destroyed and water allowed to flow of tiie Dyke how removes tlie last to in the greater part of ranal by light draft vessels and opens Hit direct between already dis mto thr tbe and the and Mrs. V. A. of took dinner Saturday Mrs. Evelyn and Mrs. C. D. Paul and of at the old homestead In Rlach Creek at Phillips Church Sun day were conducted by Arch W. Ay of in the absence of the Hector Rev. Paul IV who with his Mrs. K. S. Hoffman arc spending a few days in of N. Saturday pnd with his Stephen left for the of the week Mrs. Irving Jones and little of were of C. E. Davie and H. Murray's of is visiting her M. J. Frank Davie and two daughters of were recent guests of C. K family a few days Kittle McCormIck and of visited her of was a Sunday guest of and Ida of visiting Mrs Isaac and Hood's family and other former neigh U. A. moved here from and family live on Pike Ave. Robinson will hold Sunday In the Free Methodist church on Washington St Mr. and Mrs. Van and four of 111., are visiting his Mrs. J. Q. A. J. lias returned from her friends In was a gucHt of Mary of was i. of Ann Kelley Mrs. Claude of is. her people this Mabel left morning to return to a party of Sun dayed at Camp number were and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Mr and Mrs. T. M. Dr and .Mr Floyd Graee Jessie Miss and Mrs. Charles oi Is suffering badly from a fall injuring Anna bas Irom a visit in H. Bissell Is on tbe list thi Nashville a show drew a full Cotter was in in the interests of tbe Millinery Dr of K. Davie s bas the laid and the carpenters work on a new on liis on the Scio Montague New York will lecture in Town Hail Friday 17 on ' The annual of iIh or Wo s will on ai and o' arc of his Mr W. Robinson and of Atina Hill old bne hundred of and Myrtle from a weeks visit friends In N. Drown visiting his John and Mrs. King at N. and of were of Mr. and Mrs. T. and S. Kemp attended Uie funeral of Kemp's Emery at and Perry of Wells ville were of Mr. and Mrs. John were at George and mil vw ' Witter and Mrs. A. Black entertained from Vandermark who lias been 111 for was taken the General and Mrs. were visitors in Dittle Nile and Bolivar last D. W. of visit ed her Mr. and Mrs. Depew Wednesday and Fay will entertain the indies Aid Society and Mrs. of on their return from N. stopped at and visited A. Green and family here Saturday night and also called on and Mrs. Ini accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alice has ill a long died at the lier 8th at Funeral will be held at ber late home Sunday at ENJOY LONG Martha and Miss Kutii students in tJie W took of bus holalay and a to jU with to visit and otiuM friends at the t covered the of miles in three hours expect to return by the old reli able 0II8E8. is In that preventing from ei tite state Is the thy this full But by urging himself and hte party us the only the colonel defeats of the result he A any by Independent fait - a serious to him while engaged on as express on Ibe r. was in pn business W C. T. r. met Mrs Hun derlin Tuesday Tourist Club with Mrs is foisted the of our n and the people with If of the better of tbe and the and have voice in the fore ed from our town A la to be to the Half Wednesday i from out of are It is sincerely hoped that every person iii tlie welfare of our and the good of our will rally to help drive this evil oui is tbe State Convention of the Kings ters in Amelia of wha came recently to visit the family of her B. P. is was beld made Kaith IJl lian home Sunday troni Walker lost -a foui year old colt Kriday from was in bere and a trood crowd was in Miss the of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. had the misfortune to nin a pair oi scissors in bor oti the and Mrs. Naie of ards were on Mr. ami Oct. S .Ma Austin of Friendship was at li Thursday to and family worn to Sunday for a farewell visit Carl he to to tbe Me K. Kent of Shinglehouse at K. from Friday to and F. L. and Odo took a trip to latter returned Monday Millen Strait of Friendship spent a few days last wirb Mrs K. M went Olean and Thursday She brought Ihm Maude who has been in Oregon I In- two with her to make her home lure s anil ol and of Kossuth at M and F. of Mp to stay over Sunday with her and Mrs F. K. en all of their with F M. Woodard has bad to lose H horse thai wrrr to her by a Ii was found ill the with a bok 11 and hid to and Mrs. M ro 1-' Oban today on a ADVERTISING IS KNOWN BY THE REPORTER GIVES THOSE Itt town his - P. 3* and sister Mr T. Keenan fames iknd Nellie visited In ' and were In town and Mrs. F. J. Reynolds to Simday on a 3. Ward and at the of and Mrs. John Hennan of M. Helen and Margaret of and Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Miss Lipsie of were Jtt home of Mr. and Mrs. William Cline Sunday and Mulligan and children and Miss Mary Mulligan spent with relatives in H. of Pixley was iit borne his Owen and was received here of the of and G. of New York Mr. Ward Is a former Settlement boy and his many friends are pleased to extend of is a week's vacation with her Mrs. Rose Hogan visited relatives in from Sunday until C. of was a business caller Schulte of Is spending his at tho home of Cline and hunting in the woodi of old be Sisters were making annual calls about town of W. o 1 ' visited our school made a business trip to voters of Waid held a at K. J. Tues day eVening and nominated town officers to be for at general election to field Nov. Town Clerk Fred Farewell as chairman of the cam was the secretary and E. J. and Babbitt acted as Tho ticket as named Patrick H. Town Fred of the Frank M. P. Lamott Me Ames Myron Wallace School Klmer Clayton Arthur Doan and Peter Reynolds were named as of Nominations The electors held a can CDS at 10. J. Saturday even and nominated town to voted for at the penerai Reynolds was chairman of the aliens and Following is S. H. Town of the Lawrence Town W. Wesley Potter Miner A us Overseer of Fred Gruesen Miner Cur tis n Lewis School Jerry of W. Cline Klmer to done at and go to io. of all Charges Beli or Box N. Y. S. Bast phone ' 14w2 Wett Bean street flie dally one Sederai cash rent ' good farm In good locality with few Address care of Reporter TO farm with ten or twelve cows to rent on shires by Address R. S. R. D. 1. Federal Help boy to ntn errands and to make himself generally chance for Enquire fit Reporter State weight of hammer and lowest cash R. N. For excellent 2.17, N. and Seneca 9 rOom sized good well of garden with plums and Easy terms if sold this Enquire of H. Riverside Drive R. 3, Potato nearly Can't be beat on level Must be H. 72 Maple account of leaving tho farm in District this fall to take position where they are not I offer for sale my team of aged seven and thirteen years also lever Johnston 10 1-2 fL rake Berkshire Chester White and N. R. 1). 2. Bell pli on e 6 a - w t good horse for driv or Also two one roll one flat Apply to F. W. at the Banner Steam of the man etc. of I ied I at V by the of Au j irust 1:>1L'. - K. C. N Y K Willard Harnes Wellsville N. Y Business Managers C and the Inc. N. Knos Y N. F. Willard N. Y. Mrs W. Pres S Aorn to and subscribe before me this Kill day of Willard Notary iMy commission TO received the tax roll of l School No 1, for receive h day at my until Oct. at one per S. Dated N Sept. 15>i:; and 11 is WlU of town fhe good of our lionie tow n ed thai ami be called to help - at the Baptist h woie in mai Mr. Charles L. tif Bel and Alice 1 of Cni liev by and Mr. Fred twenty he ring was bride lier The bride in a 6luri traveling the couple immediately for u trip to and where they will their BUNDY IN Mr. and Mrs. William B Bundy are old friends in town for a. or two Mrs Bundy has hi this for a week or two and W ill ill a few days ago for a Hilly Hundy has as friends to the square inch as any luau who ever lived in and he back to the old For the past years he has been successfully most desirable 8 room house with good cellar under Large lot and also a property Is located on FARM 9 acre farm one mile from 9-room house with open New and sun J Two good springs of Barn 18x26, capacity for 10 tons of Stable Mouse proof New ruke and mowing orchard of 35 in the manufacture of au steel read culvert at and as He to go west in a few s Friends will be pleased if stances some time bring Worthy couple luuk to as permanent E. S. Convention td the Grand I of Stars will be held in the Masonic in New this week The convention open Tuesday and will continue for three in state with a member ship of Burton of this eity Mrs. F. US FOR ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF REAL FALL FROWl Y Oct. death Buck from injuries sustained Last while at the W. he H upon his was about 45 years born th and had lived here for ills wife 4aiJtbtcri>;,a of you have anything to If you have anything to have anything you do not If you lii VOB lot on Oak street Joit pit North desirable Large shade trees in gravelly soil and no danger of water in Good bam on lot that he used In building or would make fine sold Address care of Reporter posts and fancy most of them In good Will sell cheap If taken at Henry F. 61 Pleasant SL Federal Rama 1 and 2 years Well Prices Write M. J. Alfred N. Y or phone 32-Y, Alfred N. new 20 repeating shot Will sell for Never Can be seen at the Reporter F. fami two miles of mile from shipping Vi mile from milk R F. two telephone acres 4(t slu room two barns two tool poultry of Dora N. registered cows for price Interested come and see L. Black Y. FOR hotel in Buffalo known the Ignited States as for hofse and This hotel is doing an average weekly of or income of as the will The has run this hotel for twenty-seven years and now wishes to retire from business and offers it for sale for the first Now in good Forty-four beds and All furniture and equipment goes wUh hotel at one-half balance on easy For further information apply H. N. high grade Holstein born 19i;v nicely ed pure bred born Oct i 120.00, eral J W Film N grade cheron three and also five giady cows and three spring L. M. .Bi Y. gowl right every to 6 years M. L. I N. FOR Allegany Farm Bureau are a number of desirous of the County F 4imwtf A NT Apply at of the National Aluminum N. 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