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Thursday, October 8, 1959 Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus Cou nty: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Erie County Section 1-Page 9 YOU'LL FIND IT\ IN THE WANT ADS • MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE — Washing machine, good condition. $25. Small antique dresser and table. Phone Arcade 263W1. 38 FOR SALE—Baby carriage, $15 , bathinette, $10. Mrs. John Decker, 91 Grove St., Arcade. 38 PIKE GREENHOUSE — (former ly Clark's) resuming cu t flower business for all occasions, shrub bery, potted plants. Phone Cas tile HY 3-5424 38t39p CIDER MILL—will open Satur day, October 3 Sweet Cider every day Apples b y the bushel. Cus­ tom pressing o n Tuesdays and Saturdays. Orrin H . S h e n k , Franklinville, N Y Phone 5801. 37t38 RECORDS — Full stock of 12 \ LP, Columbia, Capitol, R.C.A., Mercury, Decca, etc . Also Hi-Fi components at catalog net prices. Toner Radio & Television, 70 3 Main St., East Aurora Open ev­ ery evening Itf SAVE BONEY — B y purchasing your anti-freeze now 10 % dis­ count Arcade GLF Services, West Main St., Arcade Phone 4 o r 258 35tf FOR SALE—Slightly used Young- atown Kitchen electric dish washer and sink combination. Also 2 porcelain kitchen sinks with fix­ tures, one i s double well with stainless basket, 3 paneled cup­ board doors 21\ x 44\. Phone Arcade 215J. 37tf FOR SALE—Benjamin .22 caliber air pistol with holster an d pel­ lets, $10.00. Allan Dean, Liberty Street, Arcade 442. 37t38 TOR SALE—Floor length orchid formal gown, size 7. Call Mrs. Robert Ferrin, Java Center, a t G>L 7-9533. 36t38 FOR SALE—Homelite chain saws; sales an d service, new an d used saws. New Idea farm equipment; sales and service; new and used spreaders. Lewis Machinery Service, Phillips Road, Holland 2626. 36tf SAVE MONEY — By purchasing your anti-freeze between now and October 1st. 10% discount. Arcade GLF, Services, West Main St. , Arcade. Phone 4 or 258. 35tf TRUNKS—Foot lockers, pine and cedar chests. Good used furniture. Sardinia Furniture Mart, next to grocery store. 34tf FOR SALE—Imprinted ball pens, $8.95 per 100; Calendars from $6.95 pe r 100 and up; Business cards from $3.95 per 1000, State­ ments $5.95 per }000: All kinds of advertising specialties. Call o r se e E. B . Mould, Chaffee 7361. 32t42p ANOTHER SHIPMENT—Of J 6 Shastas. Ge t them while they last. Bragg Bros., Route 1C4. Hol- ley. Phone Newton 8-4040. 27tf MONUMENTS — Markers, ceme­ tery lettering. C. R. Appleby, 41 Genesee St., Warsaw, N. Y. Phone 144. 42tf . i MSVIS M:i• k• • • • i .. ... , .. ..... nv i - v.- c r>r Rppresentin • ^ • Monument Works Se e m e for f n -ITI c'lmn e 173 Mi ^i S \r-a-ie. Phone 1.35 44tf STOVES & FURNACES FOR SALE—Coal Furnace, 22 inch, with gas conversion an d all duct works. For further informa­ tion call Arcade 613J1 36t39p FOR SALE—Tempco circulating heater, 20,000 BTU. Le o Decke>- Park St., Arcade. Phone Arcade 365M. 37tf HOME FURNISHINGS WORK WANTED LADY — Experienced in nursing desires position caring for in ­ valid. Tel Machias 8820. 36t38p WANTED—Call G . M. Martin for bulldozing, back-hoe and dump truck service, Franklinvivlle 3531. 31t38p DEALER for Chief an d Pennsyl­ vania mowers, rototiller and gar- Jon tractors. Service on all mak­ es. Also have several good used power mowers. Harry Hobson, Delevan-Elton Road, Dhone Dele- >an 0295. 24tfX TELEVISION—House Radio an d Car Radio Repair. Davis Radio 8c TV, Westover Avenue, York­ shire, N. Y. Phone Arcade 547. 21tf SEWING MACHINES—Any make oiled and adjusted $1. New and rebuilt machines fo r sale. Terms. Call Arcade 23R or drop a card tovFllerl Sewing Machine, Bo x 231, Arcade. 47tf WHITE WASHING with Carbola by approved Carbola spraymen. George R. Reisdorf, Strykersville. Phone GLadstone 7-9576. 18tf SEPTIC TANKS—Cleaned. Im ­ mediate service Fred Zuech, Franklinville, N. Y. Phone 3388. 17t42 BICYCLES OVERHAULED— and ropaiied. Open evenings 6:00 to 9-00, Saturdays 8 00 to 5:00. Closed Sundays. Tullar's Bike Shop, Yorkshire. Phone Arcade 209M1 » 16tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE— 9 acres, 8000 Christ­ mas trees, Route 16, Ischua, phone Ischua 2502 o r Franklinville 3782 38tfp HOLLAND VILLAGE — 4 bed­ room house in excellent condi­ tion, fine heating plant, plumb­ ing, wiring, roofing, insulation, water heater recently installed. Large modern kitchen an d bath, easily converted to income. Cen­ tral school an d bus line nearby. Earl J Manchester, Realtor, M. L. Service BEdford 2150. 38 FOR SALE — Single house, 6 rooms and bath, all modern con­ veniences, new oil furnace, water conditioner. 14 acres of land. Mrs. Roy Jewert, phone Chaffee 7311 38tf WORK WANTED—Roofing, mas­ onry, building -an d general con­ struction work. Experienced. Don Norton, phone Arcade 285; Walt Brown, phone Franklinville 3172. lOtf LAWN MOWER—Sharpenlrg and engine repairs. Dick's Lawn Mower Scop, Junction Rd., Ma- Jhias, phone 8809. Free pickup aod delivery. 6tf PROFESSIONAL,—Paper hanging and pointing, mAarior and ex ­ terior. Phil Kepp, phone GLad­ stone 7-9931 o r Arcade 345. 3t41p WORK WANTED—Trucking cat tie and calves t o Buffalo, Spring ville, etc. Clifford Stevens, Free dom. Phone Arcade 29W1. 8tf 'iOOFING, SIDING—Patios and general tile work. Roy Titus, Old Olean Rd.. Yorkshire. N Y. Phone \rcade 399M2. 13tf FOR TV-RADIO SERVICE CALL C & J TV-Appliances. 68 Main Street, Delevan, N . Y. Phone 9221 Tubes tested free i n th e store. 33tf HORSES & CATTLE FOR SALE—2 yearling purebred Holstein bulls from good produc­ ing cows. Louis Domes Farm, Genesee Rd., Chaffee, N Y. Phone Chaffee 7255 38t39 FOR SALE—Holstein and Guern­ sey springer cattle Norman Heineman, Chaffee. 38t41p FOR SALE—A good selection of purebred Aberdeen Angus bulls, crviceable age. Pinewood Knolls Farm, Allen Road, Chaffee, N. Y. 38t40 FOR SALE—Dairy cows, fresh and springers. Al l cows fully uaranteea an d from certified, herds. Reisman and Son. Dealers in fresh and springer cows, Oleah Rd., Holland. Phone CYpress 5655. 36tf I NEED—any amount of springer or close-up cows and heifers. Dave Samuels, 110 Thorndyke Rd., Rochester 17 or call collect Con­ gress 6-5393 o r Spencerport Elm- wood 2-5841. 22U FOR SALE—5 year old 7.6 cu. ft. Westinghouse refrigerator Good condition. Phone Delevan 9769 after 5:00 p. m. 38tf FOR SALE—8, 21' chest type free­ zers—reg. $340. Now only $269 Arcade GLF Services, West Main St., Arcade. Phone Arcade 4 or 258. 38tf FRUITS & VEGETABLES FOR SALE—Large quantity of pie pumpkins, also cider apples. Elwyn Meahl, Arcade. 38t39mc FOR SALE — Delicious squash. Robert Warner, Yorkshire, phone Arcade 613. 38 FOR SALE—Macintosh, Cortland, Greenings, Kings, Red Delicious, Tallman Sweets. Middle Reserva­ tion Road? Castile, N Y r Alvln Wells. 38t39 DE GOLYER'S APPLES—At th e Castile entrance t o Letchworth Park. Mcintosh, Cortland, and Greenings ready. Bring contain­ ers. 37t38 SHERMAN'S FRUIT FARM — Maclntish and other varieties apples picked or pick your own. Grapes are now ready, bring con­ tainers, phone Castile HY 3-7871. 37t39 FOR SALE—Pumpkins, Hallo­ ween, pi e an d miniature, ideal for fall decorations. Jeffrey Mil­ ler. Genesee Rd. Chaffee 7554. 37t39p FOR SALE—Mcintosh. Cortland and Re d Rome apples. Hans Strahl, Sandusky, phone Arcade 108J1. 37t39p FOR SALE — Halloween Pump­ kins, oriental' corn,-' butternut squash, wholesale and retail. Joe Peters, Souti, -Wales. 3M39J AUTO EXCHANGE FOR SALE—1957 Ford Custom V8 300; 1957 Ford Custom 2-door V8; 1956 Buick hardtop; 1956 Nash Statesman 4-door; 1955 Ford V8 2-door; 1954 Nash Ambassador hardtop. Zimmer Auto Sales, West Main St., Arcade. Phone 142. 38tf FOR SALE—1957 -2 door. Ford, standard transmission, excellent condition, radio, heater, winter­ ized, only $1,095.00. Robert H. Warner, Yorkshire, phone Arcade 613. 38 WANTED TO BUY WANTED — Small an d large quantities, mint and used U. S. postage stamps, postal cards, post­ cards, and envelopes, issued prior to 1931 Chas. Wakasien, Aronica Trailer Court, Hamburg, N Y. 38t39p COWS WANTED & FOR S>ALE— Newell King. Yorkshire. Phone Arcade 481 or 179 9tf WANTED—Smooth tires suitable for recapping. Roche Tire Ser­ vice. Java 5 Corners, Java Center. Phone GL 7-9541 I3tf HIGHEST PRICES — Paid for -standing timber. Bob Andrews, Town Line Rd., Delevan Phone Machias 8253 7t* WANTED — Cows of all kinds, Clifford Stevens, Freedom. Phone \rcade 29W1 51t50p-52ptf WANTED — Hemlock, cherry, maple and 03S3wood saw logs W L. Cohooc, Yorkshire Phone Ar­ cade 38tf HIGHEST PRICES — Paid for iunk, rags paper, iron, old farm na«-hiner.v old cars, batteries W< pink u p Yorkshire Junk Yard Iforgp and M '•hael OTpirhmann call Arcade 50. 614 or 10M2. HUNT REALTORS - 47 West Huron St , Buffalo. N Y Phone WAsh. 5043. DELEVAN AREA—10 room dwel­ ling with 2 car garage. Has 45 x- 30 building which could be con­ verted into aparhnenis r -a--three desirable buUdirlglBtsT Located close to\ schools and stores. Priced for quick sale. OLEAN AREA—Hunting camp: Hunting rights to 1,000 acres. Completely furnished, electricity, running water. LIME LAKE—All year around 3- bedronm house priced for quick sale. LIME LAKE—Cottage, $6.500 00. DELEVAN — House moderately priced. Close to business section. FARMERSVILLE—Ideal summer camp site with 20x40 building. •s2 .eoo.oo. Call John H . Donohue, Delevan 9511 or 9781 38 FOR SALE—Single 8 room house with attached garage, 1 acre land. For appointment call Arcade 106R2 38t39p FOR SALE — 2-story 3-bedroom home Large lot. 64 Liberty St., Arcade. 38t39 FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE —Small 7 Room house, Gas, Elec­ tric, bath - Sardinia Village. Terms $600.00 down, monthly payments to responsible- parties. Priced a t $4,500.00. 2 Story frame income property, apartment down, up­ stairs ca n b e made into extra apartment, gjjs, electric, bath. Sardinia Village, Price $3,500.00. Large 7 room, 2 story house o n Savage Road Sardinia Village, gas, electric, bath. 150 foot front­ age includes extra building lot , desirable property Inquire. J. Milford Newman, Executor, Ar- cada New York, Tel. Arcade 70 or 705 37t38 FOR SALE — Two apartment house, o r lower apartment fo r rent October 15. 47 West St., Ar­ cade. LeClare Balcom, Sardinia. Phone Chaffee 7586. 37t38p FOR SALE—7 room house, MalD Street, Delevan. Close to stores, church and school. Priced for quick sale, $7,000. Mrs. A. Vick- man, Farmersville Staticn, Frank­ linville 3593 37t38p FOR SALE—Large two story house in Arcade village. 4 bed­ rooms, 1 '/2 baths, gas furnace, re­ modeled kitchen Good condition Phone Arcade 48R. 37t38 226 ACRE—Money-making farm, Arcadc-Franklinville area 150 acres workland, more can b e worked Extra good home with conveniences. Barn for 40 cows plus youngstock. Other bldgs. 50 ton lime, 8 to n fertilizer spread this year Including 50 head hol­ stein cattle, 2 tractors and good tools. Owner retiring, wants $10,- 000 down and V* milk check. 250 ACRES — 1 mile north of Otto on North Otto Road. Good nearly level workland Dandy 52 stanchion barn, toolbarn. Nice 1 or 2 family house with many beautiful shade trees. A real op­ portunity fo r young farmer with some stock and tools. Price $13,- G00, low down payment. ELLIS BROS., INC., Springville, N. Y, Phone LY 2-7712 or 2-2831 eves. 26 Recently Soldi! More property wanted. 36t38 FOR SALE—2 bedroom ranch style house with garage attached. Call Arcade 203. 33tf FOR SALE—9 room house, shed and utility room. 2 bedrooms down, 4 bedrooms and bath upper Lot 125 x 240, garage, hen house, bath, ga s and electric. Price t o sell. I H . Young, 938 Center St . E. Aurora. Week Days only after 5 p.m. 29t39p FOR SALE—House and barn, 19 acres of land, all conveniences Marshall Burton. Phone Arcade 557. lOtf FOR SALE — New 3 bedroom Ranch-type house in Yorkshire. Knotty pine cupboards with laraf susans. Tiled bathroom. Fnfl | basement. Automatic gas heat. Priced for the working mam L. E . Stevens. Phone Arcade 21W1. 25« JAVA CENTER—101 acre dairy farm with Buffalo milk market. 22 head of cattle. New 12 x 40 silo; trout brook thru farm. Also favorable pond sites. 10-room house, furnace, ho t and cold run­ ning water. Will sell with or with­ out cattle and tools. School bus at door. Phone GL 7-3219 be­ tween 8-8 p. m. 36t39 REAL ESTATE WANTED NOW BUYING stocked and eq­ uipped farms o r will handle youf auction with the auctioneer of your choice. Also buying and selling dairy and beef cattle. N o deal too large. A. C. Ehman, West Valley, Whitehall 2-3254 or Chaf­ fee 7566. 5tOC FOR RENT FOR RENT — Available October 15 Lower flat. 2 bedrooms, West- over Ave. Yorkshire. Inquire Roy Titus, Old Olean Road Phone 399M2. 38tf HOUSE FOR RENT—3 bedrooms, garage Curriers, call G L 7-9580. 38o FOR RENT — 2 bedroom apart­ ment with laundry, water an d heat furnished. Call Holland LF 7-2539. 38t39 FOR RENT—Apartment, 3 rooms and bath. 58 Prospect Street, Ar­ cade, phone 143J. 38 FOR RENT — 3 bedroom lower flat, modern kitchen with gar­ bage disposal, bath with shower, automatic steam heat, garage. Available November 1 Earl C Clark, phone Arcade 63 after 5:00 p. m. weekdays, anytime week­ ends. 38U FOR RENT—Upper 2 bedroom apartment, steam heated, modern kitchen with garbage disposal. Will rent furnished or partially furnished, as desired, garage. Im­ mediate possession Earl C. Clark, phone Arcade 63 after 5 00 p. m. weekdays, anytime weekends. 38tf FOR RENT—3 bedroom lower flat phone GL 7-3803. 38t40 FOR RENT — Remodeled farm house, 5 bedrooms, $75 per month. Call Helen Rogers, Hol­ land LF 7-2324 after 7 00 p. m. 38t39J FOR RENT—New 6-room apart­ ment in Machias. Call Machias 8553 38t39p APARTMENT FOR RENT — 4 room lower apartment. 2 bed­ rooms and garage. Available now. Apartment building on South Li ­ berty St., Arcade. Phone 318W after 3 30 p . m . weekdays, all day Saturday and Sunday. 37tf FOR RENT—Furnished single bouse, living room, dining room, 3 bedrooms, tiled bath and kitchen and garage. Gerald Caves, Cur­ riers, phone GL 7-3259. 37t38p FOR RENT — Lower apartment,. 16 West Street, Arcade, available November 1, phone Arcade 266W. 36tf FOR RENT—Entire Floor, Suit­ able Spacious Offices, Or Living Quarters in Wilson Building, Ar­ cade Phone Mr. Good 4911, Brad- lord, Pa. Collect. 35tf FOR RENT — Furnished apart­ ment, 36 Cobb Avenue, Delevan. 35tfX FOR RENT — Apartments, offices and large ground floor basement. Wilson Block, 249 Main Street Phone Bradford, Pa . 4911 collect or Leo Gratz, Agent, a t Arcade 31 25tf FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE;—Farmall H tractor with cultivators. 6 can milk cool­ er Phone Arcade 104J 38t39p HELP WANTED WANTED — Kitchen help, part time o r full time, boy or girl student over 18 considered. Nichols Brook Hotel, phone Chaf­ fee 7580. 38 WANTED — Baby sitter in my home 6 a m. to 5 p. m. except Saturday and Sunday Call Chaf­ fee 7308. 38t39 HELP WANTED—Baby sitter, person who enjoys children. Start­ ing Nov 2nd 9-00 a. m.-5.30 p. m . weekdays. Wednesday afternoon and Sunday off. Phone Arcade 428 o r 896. 37t40 WANTED — Experienced sales­ man Excellent working condi­ tions an d salary No phone calls Apply in person Sugg Chevrolet, Arcade 38 WANTED—Registered nurse, full r part time Springville Nursing Home Phone LYceum 2-7132. 18tf DOGS & PUPPIES LADY WANTS HOME — Pure­ bred Dalmatian Has no papers. Loves children Licensed, spayed Call Arcade 591M1 Ask about Pepper 38 A.K.C — Registered St. Bernard, male, 1 year, $65.00 Burt Far- rant, Jr, Strykersville, phone G L 7-3213 38tf FOR SALE — Adorable French poodle puppies \Standard\ white, A. K C registered, reasonable. Phone West Valley, White Hall, 2-3465 38 FOR SALE—Black Cocker Span- ial, 5 years old with papers. Sell cheap. Arcade 21R1 37t38p PUPPIES—Shepherd and Collie, parents good cow and watch dogs. Males, $5.00 each. Phone G L 7- 3888. James W. Potter, Strykers- ville, N. Y. ' 37138p EGGS & POULTRY FOR SALE—Rhode Island pul­ lets, 4 months old Phone Chaffee 7462. 38t39p FOR SALE—De Kalb 101 ready- to-lay white leghorn pullets. Phone Chaffee 7501 37t38p FOR SALE—New Hampshire pul­ lets starting to lay, phone G L 7-9769 37t38 HIGHEST PRICES—Paid for all kinds of poultry Arthur G. Sturm Holland. Phone 2257 25tf SEEDS, PLANT, SHRUBS FOR SALE — Evergreens for foundation planting, low growing — American Arborvitae, Yew, Juniper Also blue Spruce. Phone 9710, John Schultz, Delevan. 38t39X LOST & FOUND FOR SALE—Your best buy in silo unlouders is the new Patz. Easily adjusted to fit any silo up to 24 feet. Works equally well in corn or grass Call John Dunn, Arcade 589J2. for demonstration at your, convenience 38141 FOUND—2 Young heifers on my possession, owner may have same by identifying the heifers and al­ so paying for the feed and this ad Jay Blackburn, Bliss, phone B iss 8877 37t39 FOR SALE—New an d used Gchl Forage Harvesters M. C & C. M. .Iraki., W Main St., Arcade. Phone 165. 34tf FOR SALE—New ldej Spreaders and parts. Kittleson Hardware, Yorkshire Phone Arcade 248. BUILDING MATERIALS IF YOU ARE PLANNING — to build or remodel we have a new shipment of number on e 2x4, 2 x 6, 2 x 8,.2 x 10. And matched sheathing, nice dry lumber, 3200 feet of kiln dried spruce 1x6 $110.00 per thousand. Silo staves \r complete silos. W e also build pallets, hay racks, truck bodies, bunk feeders, self unload­ ing chopper wagons with\Gehl hardware kit . Miller Lumber Company, Arcade, N . Y. Phone 364 or 650. 33tf AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE MUFFLERS — For Ford and Ford-Ferguson tractors 1939-1958 special price $3.95. Also a quan­ tity of car an d truck mufflers. Your choice $3.95 each. Bill's Parts & Service, Holland, N. Y. 36t39 FOR SALE—Rival 6-volt batter- I ies} $7.95 and old battery; Bonus tnotor oil, 2 gal. can $1.85, Van- jyaerbilt deluxe tires: 6.70x15 — $17.25 plus tax . Zimmer Auto Parts, West Main St., Arcade. Phone 142. > 23tf SOLD AND INSTALLED — New and used mufflers, springs, trans­ missions, rear ends. Also used tires, car batteries, radiators, etc, Welchmann Bros., Yorkshire Junk Yard. Call Arcade 50, 614 or 10M2. 3tf AUTO FINANCING^—Check witl Nationwide before closing the deal—save yourself many dollars. Call Arcade 442, Allan Dean. Nationwide Representative. 25tf ASSIGNED RISK INSURANCE— Phont Arcade 442, Allan Dean, Nationwide Representative. 25tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—Bottled gas sales and service. It can b e handled as a second job or with another busi­ ness. C. R. Owens, Freedom. 38p PERSONAL I will not be responsible for ny debts contracted by anyone but myself Dale Hamilton Bliss, New York 37t39p WANTED—Ride from Bliss or Arcade, 5 00 or 5.30 a. m., going to Buffalo Call Bliss 7603 37t38 LOANS—Need money for seasonal expenst,*. ou' tandinc bills or a m her i-merge.i->••> You can bor row u p to $509 .-! either of oui offices Sterling Finance Corp 35 Central Ave., I nneaster, N Y REgent 4367 or 66R Main St East Aurora, N Y CYnress 4'IRO 25tf AUCTION SALES AUCTION SERVICE — We have many good open dates for your fall sale. This is our last season to­ gether. On January 1st. Russ joins Harris Wilcox, Inc., and Bill goes on hi s own. RUSS HURLBURT, Bliss, N Y., phone 7543 and BILL KENT, FranklinvlUe, N. Y. phone 3771, Auctioneers & Sale Mgrs. 37t45 AUCTION SALES and bath and 3 bedrooms up . Other unit on 1 flcor with 4 rooms and bath All recently re ­ decorated and In good repair Full basement with central heat­ ing system, natural gas , auto­ matic hot water an d many other attractive features including, good lr cation, deep lot and $85 per month income potential Terms Y< down, owner will finance the bal­ ance RUSS HURLBURT, Auctioneer and Salesman for Glaser Realty, Bliss Branch Office, Bliss, N Y, Phone 7543. MRS. A SARDINIA, Owner 37t38 DAIRY DISPERSAL Friday, October 9 1:00 P . M. 1 Vfe miles from Java Village, just off Route 78 on County Road 15. 13 miles from East Aurora, 10 fn m Arcade. (Follow Auction Arrows) 55 head, mostly black and white, practically all vaccinated and all but Vz raised on the farm 41 are fresh o r will be by November 1, remainder du e i n winter or spring This is one of the better dairies w e have ever been privileged to offer a t auc­ tion Lots of size and quality. Now that you all need more milk, come and help yourself. Every cow sell­ ing with clean health chart. Held in tent if weather is inclement Lunch in our Junior Diner Don & Vic, Auctioneers, R F Whaley & Son, Owners Kent's complete Auction Service, Hinsdale 4301 — 2584 — 2431 37t38 AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 1:30 P. M. MAIN ST, MACHIAS Library table, automatic washer; two gas heaters; card table; 6 dining room chairs, occasional chairs; flax wheel; antique mir­ ror; regulation washer; tinware; dishes; clothes hampers; lamps; other household articles. Terms: Cash Mr. an d Mrs. Clyde Barber, Owners Roger Reed Auctioneer 37t38 MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT AUCTION The remenants of th e Button Machinery Co., Inc., at the factory just north of Allen St., WARSAW, N. Y. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1959 Starting At 11:00 A. M. Several good elec mo ton (all 3 phase, from V* hp to 25 hp), number of counter & platform scales (1 oz. to 700 lb.), 6 soda- acid fire ext. (nearly new), 4 Modine suspension heaters (hot water); nearby new Rudd 25 gal hot water heater, 2 chain falls (1 T & 1%T), 2 gear reducers; Ideal No. 1 stenciling machine, large assortment of wooden bench­ es, racks, cupboards & lockers, ele trical conduit, wire, fuse & switch boxes; hoist & hand trucks, sev­ eral steel wall lockers, large air compressor with 15 h p motor & tank, quantity of pipe & valves for air line, 2 wooden desks and office chairs: typewriter stand, lar;;o office safe. 2 large elec wall clocks; assortment of tin tubs & tanks, stainless s-'.eel pails & tubs. 2 large blowers o paper towel dispensers, elec water cooler large brass & stainless s-traincrs assortment of chairs & stools, fluorescent ceilinu fix'uros, larcc assortment of wooden & card­ board boxes, '£ barrel of machine oil. and many other items. Terms, cash on sale dav Lunch available RUSS HURLBURT. Bliss, N Y and BILL KENT, Franklinville N Y.. Auctioneers BUTTON MACHINERY Co. Inc. Owners 38(39 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES AUCTION! AUCTION Who wants an AUCTION? YOU? AN D US ! Our reliable service is yours to enjoy b y calling Kents at Hins­ dale 4301-2584-2431. 29tf AUCTIONEER OR pedigree work with the auctioneer of your choice Marion Brown, Bliss, N Y Phon 7544 o r 7314. ' 35tf AUCTION North Canada St., off Route 16 Holland, N . Y. a t the Holland Valley Sales Pavilion Every Thursday Evening 7:30 P. M. Furniture, appliances, tools and antinques. Consignments accepted daily and private sales daily from 10 to 6. New and used furniture If yo u prefer w e will buy your household goods for cash. Truck available. Clarence Foss, Sales Manager an d Auctioneer Phone Holland 2411 or Cypress 0664. :25tf REAL ESTATE AUCTION at 41-43 South Main Street CASTILE, N. Y. Saturday, October 10, 4:00 P. M. DUPLEX HOUSE with 2 ca r garage and % Acre of land One apartment has 6 room? NOTICE OF SPECIAL DISTRICT MEETING Central School District N o 1 of th e Towns of Arcade, Java, Wcthersficld and Eagle, Wyoming County, Freedom, Cattaraugus County, and Sardinia, Erie Coun­ ty, New York. The Board of Education of Cen­ tral School District No. 1 of th e Towns of Arcade, Java, Wethers- field and Eagle, Wyoming County, Freedom, Cattaraugus County, and Sardinia, Erie County, New York, HEREBY GIVES NOTICE that a special district meeting of th e qualified voters of said School District will be held in th e Aud­ itorium of the Central School Building, in Arcade, New York, in said School District, on th e 14th day of October, 1959, a t 8-00 o'clock P M., Eastern Daylight Saving Time, for the purpose of voting by ballot upon th e propo­ sition hereinafter set forth Polls for th e receipt of ballots will be kept open between th e hours of 8.30 o'clock P M. and 10:30 o'clock P M., Eastern Daylight Saving Time. PROPOSITION Shall the following resolution be adopted, to wit. RESOLVED, that th e Board of Education of Central School Dis­ trict No. 1 of the Towns of Ar­ cade, Java, Welhersfleld an d Eagle, Wyoming County, Freedom, Cattaraugus County, an d Sardin­ ia, Erie County, Ne w York, Is hereby authorized to acquire th e following described real proper­ ty, including necessary easements and rights of way, which is here­ by designated as a high school site, a t a maximum estimated cost of $30,000., and such sum of $30, 000., o r so much thereof a s may be necessary, shall be raised b y the levy of a ta x uponvthe tax­ able property of said ScSool Dis­ trict and collected in annual in­ stallments as provided by Section 416 of th e Education Law, and, in anticipation of such tax, obli­ gations of said School District shall be issued. Said real pro­ perty, hereby authorized to b e acquired and designated as a high school site, is bounded an d de scribed as follows ALL THAT TRACT OR PAR­ CEL OF LAND, situate in th e Village an d Town of Arcade, County of Wyoming and State of New York an d being part of Lo t 13, T . 7, R. 4, bounded as follows BEGINNING in the north bound­ ary line of th e lands of Wayne Knowlton an d Sophie P Knowl ti n, his wife, i n th e center line . f Clough Avenue in th e Village f Arcade, running thence S 88 degrees 27 mi n E on said north o' undary line a distance of 209.9 fct, running thence S 01 degrees 18 min W a distance of 33 7 feet, i unning thence S 88 degrees 27 min. E still on said north bound­ ary line a distance of 411.8 feet, • unning thence S 01 degrees 18 tun W on the east boundary line f th e lands of Wayne Knowlton „nd Sophie P Knowlton, his wife, . distance of 60.0 feet, cunning thence N 88 degrees 27 min. W a distance of 709.2 feet, running ihence N 44 degrees 28 min. E n th e westerly boundary line of •aid lands of Wayne Knowlton and Sophie P . Knowlton, his wife, a distance of 128.0 feet to th e point of beginning, containing within said boundaries 1 12 acres of land. TOGETHER with rights, ease­ ments an d privileges for drain­ age of surface waters across lands reserved by the said Wayne Knowlton an d Sophie P Knowl­ ton, his wife, ana rights, ease­ ments an d privileges to go upon said lands reserved by said Knowltons for th e purpose of protecting the lands above de­ scribed from flooding or inunda­ tion by the waters of Clear Creek or surface waters that ar e tri­ butary thereto. ALSO ALL THAT TRACT OR PAR­ CEL OF LAND, situate partly i n the Village and partly in the Town of Arcade, County of Wyoming and State of New York, and being part of Lot Nos. 1, 2 an d 13, Township 7, Range 4 of th e Hol­ land Land Company's Survey and bounded an d described as fol­ lows BEGINNING a t th e north­ west corner of lands owned b y Howard M. Wallace an d Lillian Wallace, his wife, an d being o n the south boundary line of th e Arcade Village Park. Thence, S 01 degrees 18 min. W on the west boundary line of said lands a distance of six hundred forty-three and five tenths (643.5) feet to a n angle in said boundary line. Thence, N 88 degrees 15 min. W a distance of ten (10.0) feet to ! the top of the east bank of Clear Creek. Thence along th e to p of said east bank th e following five (5) courses 1 S. 35 degrees 38 min. E a distance of five hundred fifty-six i556.0) feet. 2 S 63 degrees 00 min E a dis­ tance of three hundred fourteen !14.0) feet 3 S 38 degrees 00 min. E a dis­ tance of one hundred ninetv (190- (i) feit •1 s tin rii'gicts 30 min W a iistance of two hundred forty- uo 1242.0) feet. 5 S 32 degrees 15 min. E a dis­ tance of one hundred seventy 170.0) feet to the northeasterly boundary line of lands heretofore conveyed to Loe J Drennan. Thcnci, S 61 degrees 10 min E >n said boundary line a distance if two hundred three (203.0) feet. Thence S 57 degrees- 00 min E still on said boundary line a dis­ tance of three hundred forty-two (342.0) feet to the south bound­ ary line of the lands of Howard M Wallace and Lillian Wallace, his wife. Thence, S 88 degrees 42 min. H on said south boundary line a distance of six hundred ninety- four and four tenths (694.4) feet. Thence, N 89 degrees 18 min E still qn said south boundary line a distance of two thousand three hundred eight (2308.0) feet to the south east corner of said lands. Thence, N 00 degrees 03 min. E on the east boundary line of said lands a distance of one thousand three hundred thirty (1330.0) feet. Thence, N 88 degrees 27 min. W on a north boundary line of said lands a distance of one thou­ sand seventy (1070.0) feet. Thence, N 01 degrees 33 min. E on a n east boundary line of said lands a distance of six hundred twenty (620.0) feet. Thence, N 89 degrees 12 min. W on the north boundary line of said lands a distance of one thou­ sand five hundred te n (1510.0) feet. Thence, N 88 degrees 27 min. V7 still on said north boundary line a distance of one thousand six hundred ninety-one (1691.0) feet to th e point of beginning, con­ taining within said boundaries one hundred sixty-three an d thirty- four on e hundredths (163.34) acres of land TOGETHER with rights, ease­ ments an d privileges . for th e drainage of surface waters across lands reserved by th e said How­ ard M. Wallace an d Lillian Wal­ lace, his wife, westerly and south­ westerly to Clear Creek. Dated - Arcade, New York, September 9, 1959 BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. I OF THE TOWNS OF ARCADE, JAVA, WETHERSFIELD AND EAGLE, WYOMING COUNTY, FREEDOM, CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, AND SARDINIA ERIE COUNTY, NEW YORK By CHARLES R NEWMAN School District Clerk 35t38 SPECIAL DISTRICT MEETING Notice is hereby given that a special district meeting of the in ­ habitants of School District No 1 of the Towns of Yorkshire, Ma­ chias, Freedom, Farmersville, Cattaraugus County, Arcade, Wy­ oming County, and Sardinia, Erie County, qualified to vote a t school meetings in said district will be held at th e schoolhousc in th e Village of Delevan, Ne w York on the 29th day of October, 1959, at 8 00 o'clock P M, to vote upon the following question Shall the district authorize the trustees to purchase on e school btls and to expend therefor -» sum not to exceed $11,000.00, said sum to b e taken from the Gene.-al Account Balance on Hand? Board of Education Dilevan-Machias Central School Ruth Sanford, District Clerk Dated September 29, 1359 37t4l) NOTICE The Board of Education of Ar ­ cade Central School will receive sealed bids for the sale of a 1953 Ranch Wagon. Same ma y be viewed at the school Monday through Friday from 8 00 a m to 4:00 p. m. Bids will be opened in the Principal's office a t 8 00 p. m., October 13, 1959. All bids should be sent to Charles R. New­ man, Arcade, Clerk of th e Board of Education. 37t38 NOTICE NOTICE I S HEREBY GIVEN that License No. 48HL645 ha s been issued to the undersigned to sell Cider, Beer, Wine an d Liquot at retail In a hotel In Chaffee, N Y., under the Alcoholic Bev­ erage Control Law, for o n pre­ mises consumption. Theodore A. an d Catherine M Baudendistel Chaffee, N . Y. 37t3rt NOTICE I S HEREBY Given, that License No. 48RL9828 ha s been issued to the undersigned to sell Liquor, Beer an d Wine a t re ­ tail under the Alcoholic Bever­ age Control La w ait m y restaurant doing business a s the Shamrock Inn , Sardinia, N. Y., for on premises con­ sumption. Norman D. Hogan 37t38 Sardinia, N Y NOTICE The annual business meeting of the Freedom Cemetery Society Inc will be held at the home of Roger T Williams in Freedom Wednesday evening. October 21st 1959. at 8 00 o'clock Roger T. Williams. Sec 38t.1!i STATE OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT O F CONSERVATION WATER POWER AND CONTROL COMMISSION In the Matter of the Application of HOLLAND WATER DISTRICT NO. 1 I'l'BLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given th.i\ pin - suant to Section 523 Altiel. XI of tin Con--en .ltion I..iu thi Wi- ter P 'HivT nm 1 Control f i.mnii - Mun u ill on'' t i n the T> \M H .' I Town of lloll.md IIol! nut \. «. York on the 21 ,-t ri.iv of Octo­ ber 1959 at 2 30 o'clock m tin afternoon of that day for tin pur­ pose of hearing all persons, w \- ter works corporations, municipal corporation* or other civil divis­ ions of the State of Ni u York that may be affected li> th, «\- ecutlon of Ihe plans of tin To-.', n of Holland for the extension > t the waterworks system of Holland Water District No 1 into ,ni <n- largement of th.it <li trir i knov n as its \First Extension fm it . taking of a supplv of u,-it«r !< i this extension from the f \ 11 1 11• of the existing district and f< i the construction proposed in nm- nection therewith, plans for win* h have been filed with the Wati 1 Power and Control Commissi, n at Us office in AUiarn N Y when tin same ;in open foi publir inspection and for th. purposi of determining uhethii said plans are justified In publ i necessity whethi r they provide for the proper and safe construc­ tion of work connected there­ with, whether they provide for the proper protection of the sup­ ply and watershed from contam­ ination or provide for the prop< r filtration of such additional sup­ ply, whether they ar e just ami eciuitable to the other municipal­ ities and civil divisions of the Stale of New York and to the in­ habitants thereof affected there­ by, and whether they make fair and equitable provisions for the determination and payment of anv and all legal damages to persons and property, both direct and in ­ direct, which will result from th e execution thereof All persons, waterworks cor­ porations, or municipal corpora­ tions, or other civil divisions of the State of New York, wh o have objections to the execution of said plans, in order to be heard thereon, must file such objections thereto in writing and in dupli­ cate in the office of th e Water Power and Control C ommisslon in the city of Albany New York, on or before the 20th day of Oc­ tober, 1959 Every objection so filed must particularly specify the grounds thereof No persons, waterworks or mu­ nicipal corporation or local au ­ thority can be heard in opposi­ tion thereto except on objection so filed Dated, Albany, Ne w York Octo­ ber 2, 1959 3 C THOMPSON \ Secretary to th e Commission WATER POWER AND CONTROL COMMISSION 38-39

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