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Hardware Co. overnight S5.W. Signs.'Dunkirk pencil, the one Morgan's. of and only Sideys 2102. Banjo stripes and green. 4-door Cadillac Auto Wrecking will win you Dunkirk is at above Lob- deliveries. Sales and Service, an ft. C. terms at perma- only; The Fredonia. blocked MX 4-inch edge payments, Optom- skates and Hardware Co., 49c, men's ties .4*e Third St bulbs and Hardware for rent at modern conveniences. phone assorted to $4.95 Dunkirk the Capitol another big hand-blocked Sideys. burning place. For Smith remodeled D. Ha- wed* Printing Van Shore Drive extra mixmast* Dunkirk the Capitol win you Dunkirk Sidey full- the popular JUDGE ETS ID 10-20 YEARS Companions' sentences Suspended; Suspended; Marsden and Michalak Plead Not Guilty. Mayville, Dec. 19--A stiff 10-20 year sentence in Attica state prison prison was 'meted' out to Benjamin Mower,: 23, of Forestvilie here Monday .When he pleaded guilty to burglary, third degree, when arraigned, arraigned, bewore County Judge Lee L. Ottaway. Mower was sentenced as a-'second offender. His.brother, Arthur, 19, of Sherman, Sherman, was; given a suspended sentence sentence of one to three years in Attica Attica state prison and Merton Woodmansee, Woodmansee, 23, of South Dayton, was given a suspended sentence to Monroe' county penitentiary. The Mower brothers and Woodmanses j were accused of breaking into a store with the intent to commit larceny. , Francis E. Rounds of Sinclairville, Sinclairville, who pleaded guilty to one charge of burglary, second degree and four charges of burglary, third degree, was given a suspended sentence and placed on probation to Captain Fred W. Ellis of Company Company E, 74th Infantry, N. Y. N. G. Captain Ellis and First Sergeant William J. BenUey Jr., appeared in behalf of Rounds who is a member of the;company. Eugene Shannon of Van Buren pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle while intxoicated as a second second offense. He was sentenced' to Other ceed president, k i r k Claude son, Members committee, Leworthy Darling, Monroe, i Dunkirk; ' Fredonia. j The meet choose secretary Leworthy chairmanship is Following directors expressing, Doty Mayville attend the reported The 21 entered policies methods entertainment definite been ZEISER AT Inheritance on assessing following signed by Charles $11,239.06. passes Joseph's S. Ray executrix. . . . . . . i Horace Jennings, serve two months in Monroe coun- ty penitentiary and fined $200.. share of the fine being suspended.. [ O f the following: Santo Sapienza of Fredonia nings, pleaded guilty to assault, second degree, and was sentenced to Ruth J. Kenmore; and serve two months in Monroe coun-1 son, ty penitentiary. j of Buffalo, attorney for John Worosz of Dunkirk was | given a suspehde sentence when he pleaded guilty to a statutory charge. Â·"Â·Â·'.. Hoy Kimball Marsden, alias John Kimball Burke, pleaded not guilty to charges of third degree burglary and petit larceny in Charles $5,000. to the of Ripley, sons and Cochrane. San Hanson, .. ..... ,. ,,. , Cochrane. Ripley; connecuon with the theft of money \ nm frwn a Dunkirk church. irane of Cashmere, Frank Michalak of Dunkirk, A ottaway, accused of criminally possessing a dangerous Â· weapon, entered a plea of not guilty. A sawed-off .22 rifle was found in his car following following an accident which was fatal :o his companion. Florence $3,629.36. of $1.209.79 following: BOSWORTH CHAP., D.A.R. band. Phillip A. | Dunkirk.