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March 26, 2014 • 6:00pm County Office Building, Legislative Chambers, 7 Court Street, Belmont, NY Catalog of the auction list is available for $5.00 at the following locations the week of March 24th: • Allegany County Treasurer’s Office • Wellsville Town Clerk • Or download a list from the web: Summit Auction and Realty LLS Allegany County Treasurer Sandy Dennison Terri L. Ross Broker/Auctioneer 7 Court Street, Belmont 607.382.7387 585.268.9289 Auction Date: Saturday, May 3, 2014


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LLOYD BURKHOUSE AUCTIONS PUBLIC AUCTION SUNDAY, MARCH 23RD - 1:00PM LOCATION: LLOYD BURKHOUSE AUCTION HOUSE, 693 S. KENDALL AVE., BRADFORD, PA 16701 FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD, COINS, COLLECTIBLES & MORE!! EARLY LISTING: Complete beds, dressers, stands, desk, Haywood Wakefield table with 4 chairs, TV, VCR, stereo, dining chairs, coffee tables, lamps, file cabinet, clock, storage foot stools, sectional sofa, folding table & chairs, upholstered bench, framed prints, oil paintings, scanner, throw rugs, outdoor furniture, costume jewelry, jewelry boxes, holiday decorations, dolls, typewriters, baseball books, baskets, cameras, games, records, tapes, CDs, books, music teaching books, Bundy clarinet, photo shoot props, world globe, barometer, glassware, linens, bedding, cookbooks, Sunoco clock, shop vac, fans, exercise bike, Ruff Neck lawn cart, yard tools, cordless tools, flower pots and planters, kitchenware, ladies toolbox, small kitchen appliances, Hot Wheels collectibles, die cast cars, cases of hairspray, collectible wrenches, knick knacks, selection of coins & currency, box lots, and much more to be added! Huge selection with something for everyone!! Watch for upcoming auctions on March 30th & April 6th!!

For Photos and Information check:, site #12919 Call LLOYD BURKHOUSE AUCTIONS: 814-368-5726 or 814-331-5941 PA.LIC. AU005494 NO BUYERS PREMIUM! Terms of sale: Cash, Check, Credit Cards (3% processing fee for credit cards) ST. JOSEPH’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Arnold Avenue Port Allegany, PA Pastor Joann Piatko 814-558-5876 Sunday Service..........9:00am Sunday School...........9:00am 1st Sunday of each month 2nd Service at............4:00pm DUKE CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 26 Oil Valley Rd. Duke Center, Pa Rev.: Gary Sheesley

Church Phone: 814-966-3922 SUNDAY Sunday School...........8:45am Worship Service............10am Communion Sunday ............... 1st Sun. of month BIRCH GROVE MENNONITE CHURCH Two Mile Rd., Port Allegany Pastor Dale Detweiler Sunday School...........9:45am Sunday Morning Worship Service..................10:45am Thursday Night Bible Study............7:00pm


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(814) 274-3224 03/24/14. RICHBURG CEMETERY ASSOCIATION Richburg Cemetery Association will hold its Annual Meeting Wed., March 19, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Richburg Town Hall. Annual reports will be given and election of officers will be held. All lot owners and interested persons are welcome and encouraged to attend. We need your input and support. -Melanie Johnston, President 4/25f ALLEGANY COUNTY 4-H OPEN HOUSE Have you ever wondered what 4-H is? What the “H” stands for? What activities does 4-H offer? Well here is OUR chance to answer all of YOUR questions about the 4-H program. 4-H is hosting an open house on Thursday, March 27 at 6pm until 8pm. It will be held in Belmont at the 4-H office located at 5435A County Road 48, the Belmont Boces road. 4-H has so much to offer our youth and is a program that evolves with the changing times, offering new and exciting opportunities that students can experience and grow proficient learning. We also continue to offer areas that are traditional favorites of youth through the generations. We welcome you to come listen to our current 4-H Leaders talk

about their personal experiences working with 4-H youth members. Teen Council members will be there to give the youth’s perspective on how our program has enriched their lives. Still not sure 4-H is right for you as a Volunteer or Youth Member? Let us entice you with a snapshot of just a few programs our youth can be involved in, this coming year: We are showcasing 4-H project areas such as Shooting Sports, Dog Obedience, Sewing and Quilting, Teen Council and Jr. Master Gardener Program. These many project areas give adults and youth alike the opportunities to become involved in their community. Whether you have youth aged children or not, you can be a 4-H Volunteer that makes a difference in the lives of your communities’ youth. We look forward to seeing you at our Open House. f

Memorial Hospital! “Femtosecond laser surgery is an exciting new procedure for laser cataract removal,” explained Dr. Benham, who has been performing cataract surgery in this area for 10 years. “It is a significant advancement in cataract surgery, using laser pulses to create incision in the lens capsule, crystalline lens and the cornea with a remarkable degree of accuracy.” Dr. Benham is the first in the area to use the image-guided computer precision of the femtosecond laser equipment to perform refractive cataract surgery, astigmatic correction and presbyopia correction. “The system performs the surgery using laser pulses to create the necessary incisions with a remarkable degree of accuracy,” he explained, noting that it creates predictable openings that carry through subsequent steps of cataract surgery to deliver on a targeted refractive outcome. “This is a wonderful leap forward and we are delighted that Dr. Benham is offering this type of surgery,” said Eva Benedict, CEO at Jones Memorial Hospital. f

BLADELESS LASER CATARACT SURGERY AVAILABLE AT JMH Wellsville, NY (March 4, 2014)- Allegany Eye Associates GENESEE LIBRARY HOURS under the direction of Dr. Kurt Benham, are delighted to announce the option of bladeless cataract removal at Jones Hrs: Mon. 12-8pm; Thurs. 9am-5pm; Sat. 12-4pm.



T im e For A N ew R ide? C om e See U s! 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT 2009 Dodge Ram Quad 2500HD SXT 120,350 mi., 3.8L V6, front, Tan 111,795 mi., 5.7L V8, 4x4, Silver Year Color Make Model Trim Pkg. Miles Engine 4WD 2001 maroon Ford Windstar SEL 114,108 3.8L V6 front 2006 white Dodge Caravan SE 128,438 4 front 2005 tan GMC Sierra 1500 Quad SLE 111,093 5.3L V8 4x4 1993 green Chevy 2500 5 spd. Diesel 130,191 6.5L V8 rear 1994 blue Chevy C/K 1500 5 spd. 108,058 5.7L V8 4x4 2004 gray Dodge Ram 1500 ST 117,952 3.7L V6 rear 2002 silver Chevy Silverado 1500 LS 151,827 4.8L V8 4x4 1997 red Chevy S-Truck LS 129,500 4.3L V6 4x4 2004 white Chevy Tahoe K1500 134,395 5.3L V8 4x4 2007 red Chrysler Pacifica Touring 119,625 4.0L V6 AWD 2005 red Chevy Equinox LT 99,216 3.4L V6 AWD 2005 green Chevy Equinox LS 115,944 3.4L V6 AWD 2005 red Jeep Liberty Limited 103,002 3.7L V6 4x4 2004 burgundy Jeep Gr. Cherokee Laredo 99,292 4.0L I6 4x4 2000 blue Jeep Gr. Cherokee Laredo 101,982 4.0L V6 4x4 2004 black Jeep Gr. Cherokee Laredo 135,100 4.0L V6 4x4 2005 green Jeep Wrangler X 86,307 4.0L I6 4x4 2004 tan Jeep Wrangler/TJ Sport 110,288 4.0L I6 4x4 2006 green Subaru Legacy-Outback I 118,054 2.5L 4 AWD 2003 red Subaru Legacy-Outback 142,001 2.5L 4 AWD 2000 grey Buick LeSabre Limited 74,396 3.8L V6 front


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2004 Nissan Sentra 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 127,759 mi., 1.8L 4, front, Blue 111,716 mi., 4.0L I6, 4x4, Blue Year Color Make Model Trim Pkg. Miles Engine 4WD 2001 maroon Buick LeSabre Limited 104,583 3.8L V6 front 2003 grey Buick Century Custom 111,194 3.1L V6 front 2007 red Ford Focus ZX4 S 114,200 2.0L 4 front 2001 red Ford Focus LX 104,963 2.0L 4 front 2007 grey Ford Focus SE 77,008 2.0L 4 front 2003 black Ski Doo Bombardier MXZ 380 1998 red Ski Doo Formula S 380 F 2002 tan Chevy Impala Base 68,366 3.4L V6 front 2003 green Hyundai Elantra 100,294 2.0L 4 front 1986 green Ford F-700 dump 79,055 8.2L D rear 2005 black Chevy Cobalt Base 79,477 2.2L 4 front 1999 red Ford Mustang 103,275 3.8L V6 rear Trailer 8x12 2005 blue Suzuki Forenza S 131,920 2.0L 4 front 2001 green Saturn SL 1 123,739 1.9L 4 front 2005 tan Chevy Cavalier Base 117,894 2.2L 4 front 2000 black Hyundai Accent GL 99,045 1.5L 4 front 2005 blue Dodge Neon SXT 111,406 2.0L 4 front 2001 green Chrysler Sebring LX 129,672 3.0L V6 front 2005 silver Hyundai XG 350 L 119,917 3.5L V6 front rear 1992 white International 4000 Series 4900 98,418 Not responsible for typographical errors

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RICHBURG-WIRT HISTORICAL SOCIETY Soup and Sandwich Luncheon Thursday, March 27, 11am-?? at the Richburg Firemen’s Clubhouse. Homemade bean or vegetable beef soup, sandwich, dessert and beverage...$6.75. Homemade soup by the quart for take-out - $4.00 / jar (bring own container or quart jar for exchange). Take-outs and deliveries available. Advance orders: Call 585-928-2064 (Thursday, March 27 only, call 928-2711). c —————————————————————————————— LAFEVER & SONS Carley says, “Don’t call me for septic troubles - I’m in school. Call Uncle Tim - he’ll have the right tools.” 716-378-6859. 4/4c —————————————————————————————— FOR SALE: CHEAP- 6 long prom gowns and 1 short gown, size small. 716-378-6264. 2/18p FOR SALE- 800 round bales, stored inside. Phone 585-9682607. 3/18p By

ODIN WOOD PRODUCTS •Boilers •Stove & Chimney Pipe •Furnaces •Custom Log Homes •Wood •Liners •Log Siding •Coal •Hearth •Rough Cut Lumber •Pellet Products •$300 Tax Credit •Corn •Fireplaces * Sales * Service * Installation 426 Odin Road, Coudersport, PA 16915 (814) 647-5337 BUILT TO A STANDARD, NOT A PRICE

STAR OF THE EAST #109, O.E.S. Star of the East #109, Order of the Eastern Star will meet on Tuesday, March 25 at the Bolivar Masonic Hall, Main Street, Bolivar, NY at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be provided by Louise Brown and Cindy Dick. Marcia Pratt will provide a “St. Patrick’s Day” program...wear green! If able, please bring an item for the Bolivar Food Pantry and/or for the Bath VA collection boxes. 2/18f CHRIST CENTERED COUNSELING. A free service covering all areas of human need including mental, emotional and physical health; alcohol, nicotine and drug addiction; eating disorders; family, marital and other relationships; careers; finances; demon activity, cults and false religions. Call 607-387-5966 or write Box 488, Trumansburg, NY 14886. tf FRIENDSHIP FREE LIBRARY HOURS: Mon. Closed; Tues. 12:30-6; Wed. 9am-12pm & 6-9pm; Thurs. 12:30pm-6pm; Fri. Closed; Sat. 10am-1pm; Sun. Closed. tf

ALLEGANY COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING MEALS ON WHEELS AND LUNCHEON CENTER MENUS & ACTIVITIES For reservations call: 585-268-9390 by 2pm on the previous day. Toll-free: 1-866-268-9390. Bolivar- Joyce Gaines, 585808-3019; Cuba- Linda Nelson, 585-968-2397; FriendshipVivian Howell, 585-973-2650; Wellsville- Donna Fiegl, 585593-7665. FOR THE WEEK OF: March 19, 2014 - March 25, 2014 Wednesday: Juice Shepard’s Pie, Stewed Tomatoes, Italian Bread, Brownie. Diabetic- Applesauce. Bolivar- Noon, 10:30 “Growing Stronger” Exercises. Cuba- Noon, 10:30 Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzles, “Current Topics”, BP Clinic, Lynn Oyer, I&A. Wellsville- Noon, 9:30 Walking, 10:00 Games, 1:00 Euchre, 1:30 Exercises, Tax Clinic 9am-12pm. Thursday: Cranberry Gelatin Salad, Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Squash, Dinner Roll, Fruit Crisp. Diabetic- Pears. *Birthday Cake at Centers. BolivarNoon. Cuba- Noon, 9:30 “Growing Stronger” Exercises, Cards, Dominoes, Euchre, Puzzles “Mechanic’s Day”, Cheryl Czworka “Can the foods you eat affect your brain?”. Friendship- Noon, 10:45 “Growing Stronger” Exercises, 1:00 Crafts. Wellsville- Noon, 9:00 Stretch, 10:30 Bingo, 1:00 Bridge, 1:30 Exercise, BP Clinic. Friday: Coleslaw, Breaded Fish, Tartar Sauce, Baked Potato with Sour Cream, Beets, Wheat Bread, Peaches. Diabetic- Peaches. Wellsville- Noon, 9:30 Walking, 10:30 Bingo! 12:30 Pinochle, 1:30 Exercise, Cheryl Czworka “Can the foods you eat affect your brain?”. Monday: Four Bean Salad, Meatloaf with Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Stewed Tomatoes, Wheat Bread, Gingerbread with Lemon Sauce. Diabetic- Pineapple. Bolivar- Noon, 10:30 “Growing Stronger” Exercises. Cuba- Noon, 10:30 “Growing Stronger” Exercises, Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzles “John Wayne Trivia”. Wellsville- Noon, 9:00 Stretch, 9:30 Walking, 10:30 Bingo, 1:00 Euchre, 1:30 Exercise. Tuesday: Applesauce, Baked Ham, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, California Blend, Roll, Brownie. Diabetic- Fruit Cocktail. Cuba- Noon, 10:30 Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzles “National Pecan Month”. Friendship- Noon, 10:45 “Growing Stronger” Exercises, 1:00 Cards. f The PORTVILLE COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY, located at the First Presbyterian Church, 19 N. Main St., Portville, is a volunteer organization of the Portville Community. It is a supplemental and emergency food pantry seeking to serve the residents of the Portville School district. Anyone who receives assistance (food stamps, welfare, Social Security, etc.) and resides in the Portville School District is eligible to receive food from the Portville Community Food Pantry. The food pantry is open the fourth Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon and again from 5 to 6:30 p.m. tf


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Units Starting at WEST CLARKSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 9003 Daggott Hollow West Clarksville, NY Rev. Les Chambers 585-209-8006 Early Service. . . . .8:30-9:30am Sunday School. 9:45-10:30am Morning Worship . . . .10:45am Wed. Prayer Service. . . . . . .7pm FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1108 Rte. 19 South at Yorks Corners Wellsville, NY 14895 Pastor: Vernon Dean 585-268-9826 Church: 585-593-5834 Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Classes for all ages Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Nursery Available Sun. Eve. Service.......6:00pm Wed.: Adult Prayer, Bible Study & Praise..........7:00pm


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RIVERSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 3218 Riverside Dr. (Rte. 19 N), Wellsville, NY 14895 585-593-4431 Rev. John Francisco Sunday Services Sunday School for all ages.................9:45am Morning Worship Service Nursery provided......11:00am Children’s Church for children 5 yrs old - Grade 5 during morning message. Wednesday Family Night ............................7:00-8:30pm Royal Rangers for boys K Grade 12; Girls Ministries for boys ages 3-5 and girls ages 3 - Grade 12. Adult Bible Study. Saturday Night.......7-9:00pm Youth Group for ages 12-18.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CERES UNITED CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Rebecca Edwards 19 N. Main St. Worship Service.........9:30am Portville, NY Sunday School..........11:00am Rev. Marilyn Hale Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Choir, Wednesday......6:00pm Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Youth, Sunday...........6:00pm


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The 2nd annual Bulldog Run Charity Regatta is scheduled for Sat., June 7th. We will go from Shinglehouse, PA to Ceres, NY. • Start time: noon • $15 per person • 50/50 raffles at the Bulldog • Total of 5 dice rolls for sponsorship prizes • Lunch provided at approximate halfway point More details to follow. We are looking for sponsors to donate items and help spread the word. Anyone willing to donate items, money or help, please contact the Bulldog at 585-928-1054.

~ Mon. & Wed.- 7pm Heritage Aflame, Bolivar ~ Tues. & Thurs.- 7pm Scio Central School Elementary Gym ~ Mon. & Thurs.- 4:45pm AU new complex ~ Tues. & Thurs.- noon ASC in Pioneer Center ~ Sat.- 9am Scio High School Gym

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All proceeds this year to go to the American Cancer Society.

~ Tues.- 5:30pm Scio Methodist Church This class is filling up and there’s only a few more spots left. So if you want in on this class full of crazy ladies, contact me ASAP. I will have to cap it due to space restrictions!!



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RICHBURG-WIRT HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM 243 Main Street, Route 275, Richburg, NY. Open every Wednesday 10am-3pm or by appointment. Meetings are held the first Monday of every month, 7pm at the Museum March through November. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the museum at 585-928WIRT (9478) or Melanie at 585-928-1249. E-mail: tfc IF YOU ARE A VICTIM of sexual assault or any other type of crime, help is available. You can contact the 24-hour toll free hotline at 1-888-945-3970. tf tf


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RICHBURG CEMETERY ASSOCIATION Richburg Cemetery Association will hold its Annual Meeting Wed., March 19, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Richburg Town Hall. Annual reports will be given and election of officers will be held. All lot owners and interested persons are welcome and encouraged to attend. We need your input and support. -Melanie Johnston, President 4/25f


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RICHBURG COLONIAL LIBRARY HOURS Mon. 9am-5pm; Tues. Eve. 3-7pm; Thurs. 9am-5pm.

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Donation: Adults: $9.00 Take-outs Children: $6.50 Available! Choice of fried or 4 kinds of baked fish.

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BOLIVAR FREE LIBRARY Hrs.: Mon., Wed., Thurs. 6-8pm; Tues. 12:30-4:30pm; Fri. 9:30am-4:30pm; Sat. 9am-12pm. tf PORTVILLE FREE LIBRARY HOURS: Hrs.: Mon., & Thurs. 1-8pm; Tues. 10am-5pm; Frid. 9am-5 pm; Sat. 10am-1pm. tf THE BOLIVAR COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY Located at the United Methodist Church, 80 Friendship St., is a volunteer ministry of the Bolivar churches. It seeks to provide emergency food assistance and support for families and individuals who demonstrate an immediate need. To receive assistance, please call Connie Taylor, 585928-2386 or Gene Robak, 585-928-1814. Call ahead for an appointment. Pantry is open Tuesday nights 4pm-7pm; Thursday afternoons 2pm-5pm. tf QUICK MEAL When I cook chicken breasts, I always cook two or three extra. Then, I cut them into small chunks and freeze in separate containers. For a quick meal, I add one container of the cut up chicken to a bag of frozen vegetables and a stir fry sauce or soy sauce. In less than fifteen minutes, our main course is ready. -Joan M.

24-HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE: 585-593-5706 Offers help for those having a hard time coping! Confidential telephone counseling and a resource referral information agent for mental health situations. We are here to help with suicide prevention! Call us! We care! tf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS If you want to drink that’s your business. If you want to stop we can help. Call AA answering service in your area at 716-372-4800 or 607-276-8588 to talk to someone who cares or to find a meeting in your area. tf

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GRACE BIBLE INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH 392 Coon Crossing Road Shinglehouse•814-697-7257 Pastor: Thomas Isaacson Sunday School...........9:30am Classes for all ages. Morning worship. . . . .10:45am includes nursery, children’s church and junior church. Evening Service.........7:00pm Mon. (Sept.-Apr.) JAM Clubs, for children in grades 1-6. Wed. (Sept.-Apr.)..........Grace Teens, for students in grades 7-12. Wed. Prayer Meeting .....7pm Nursery available for Sunday School, Sunday worship services and Wed. KOSSUTH COMMUNITY CHAPEL (Mennonite) Bolivar, NY•585-928-1452 Pastor: Marlin Miller Assoc. Pastor: Russell Zimmerman Morning Worship.......9:30am Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:45am Bible Study and Prayer 2nd & 4th Wednesday. 7pm Evening Service, Last Sunday of month........... 7:00pm ALLENTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Vickie Hedlund Route 417 Sun. Morn. Worship. .9:30am Sunday School Classes, for all school-age children........... 10:00am Nursery care avail. infants-3 During church services 10am A warm welcome is extended to all to come and worship our Risen Lord with us! OBI COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor: David Cook 585-933-7205 Sunday Services: Sunday School. . . . . . . .9:00am Morning Worship . 10:30am Evening Service...........6pm Wed. Eve.: Adult Prayer and Bible Study..................7pm Jr. & Sr. High Youth. 6-8pm Nursery Care provided for all services.

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SHINGLEHOUSE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Lincoln & Church Sts. Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Sunday School...........9:30am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Wednesday Bible Study......... 10am Thurs. Choir Practice 7:00pm An Access ramp and nursery care provided.


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without a lot of attention. Lay out your plan on paper using one inch to represent one foot of garden space. Plan for season cropping by making several copies of the garden plan showing what will be in each space in each season. Make your garden as small as possible to have a better chance of success in keeping up with garden maintenance. Site Selection- Pick a plot that is level and sunny. The garden needs at least six hours of sunlight daily and eight hours is even better. The soil should be as loose, rich and well-drained as possible. Avoid trees and shrubs that compete with your garden plants for nutrients and water. Stay away from streets, roads, sidewalks, driveways and buildings for your food garden plot. The soil around these areas will be compacted and may be contaminated by materials that could damage your health or the health of your plants. Selecting Seeds and Plants- By careful selection of seeds and plants, many garden problems can be made nonexistent or at least minimized. Cornell University Cooperative Extension has an annual list of selected varieties of vegetables for home garden use. Go to the website, http:// to view this great resource. There are some excellent books available at local libraries and info. offered by garden magazines and catalogs can prove invaluable. Preparing the Soil- Loosen the soil to at least six to eight inches. Double digging will make your garden even more productive. Remove a row of soil across the garden, placing it in a wheelbarrow if convenient. Then with a spading fork loosen the soil as deeply as possible in the trench you have made. Next remove another strip of soil carefully placing it in the trench left by the removal of the first soil. Try to place this soil from the second trench into the first in the same manner as it came from the second trench keeping the top soil on top. Again, loosen the soil below and fill the new trench with soil from the third trench. Continue across the garden plot until all soil has been moved and the soil beneath has been loosened. Carry the soil from the first trench to fill the final trench. Spread any soil additives over the garden and rake into the soil. When the soil has been leveled and raked smooth, the entire area is ready for planting. Preparing the garden bed in the fall gives several advantages. The garden will be ready to plant sooner if it was prepared in the fall. You can plant as soon as the soil is ready. Many of the insects that overwinter in the soil or crop residues will be killed when tilling in the fall exposes them to the extremes of winter cold. When to Plant- The best time to plant each variety depends upon two things - its hardiness and the last frost date in your area. The average date of the last annual frost for your area could actually vary each year by a week or even two depending on the weather. 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Vermiculite can help prevent damping off and offer the seedling an easy path to the sunlight it needs. Some seeds will benefit from soaking in warm water for a few hours or even overnight before planting. How to Plant Transplants- Put your transplants in the ground on a cloudy day, provide your transplants with some shade or wait until late in the day to do the job. Dig a hole large enough to hold all the roots of your transplant. Never curl a root around in the hole but spread the roots out so each has plenty of space. Hold the plant by the leaves, NOT the stem as you carefully transfer plant and any soil in which it has been growing. With the plant in place, carefully cover roots and some stem with soil. Firm this soil around the plant to avoid any air pockets around the roots. With your hand, form a slight cup-shaped depression around the plant and fill it with water right away. Protection- Protection is the real secret to getting the right start in your garden. 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814-225-4062 Mon.-Fri. 7am-5pm; Sat. 8am-noon. fatal. Approved by Arthritis Foundation. Therapeutic jets. Less than 4 inch step-in. Wide door. Anti-slip floors. American made. Installation included. Call 1-888-720-2773 for $750 off. BUNDLE AND SAVE! DirecTV, internet & phone from $69.99/mo. Free 3 months of HBO, starz, Showtime & Cinemax. Free Genie 4-room upgrade, lock in 2 yr savings. Call 1-800-782-3956. JUST ONE CALL puts your 25-word classified ad in 288 publications across New York State. Nearly 4.7-million readers are waiting to hear about your business! Call 585-928-2470 today! REAL ESTATE SECTION DO YOU HAVE vacation property for sale or rent? With promotion to nearly 5 million households and over 12 million potential buyers, a statewide classified ad can’t be beat! Promote your property for just $490 for a 15-word ad. Place your ad online at or call 1585-9282470. 1947 BOY SCOUT CAMP, 5 acre lake property - $129,900. 7 new lake properties. 1-888-683-2626. HILLTOP FARMHOUSE 6 acres - $99,900. Great country getaway! 5 BR, 2 BA, decks, In Law cottage! Views, ideal setting! 1-888-775-8114. SALES SECTION ANTIQUE SHOW & COLLECTIBLES sponsored by Watkins-Montour Rotary Club. Sunday, March 23, 2014, 9:30am - 3:00pm. Clute Park Community Center, Rte. 414, Watkins Glen, NY. Supporting Rotary Community Service Programs. Mr. Gene Lane will be buying scrap gold and silver. $3 donation. WANTED TO BUY SECTION CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER PARTS. Old step thru model & eagles projects. Call 1-315-375-7876, leave message.

on Any ONE ITEM For Sale For $150 OR LESS • The ad must be a personal reader from a family or individual for one item. • Garage and lawn sales not included. • May not be of a commercial nature. (Examples of commercial nature: firewood for sale, babysitting, or services, for rent, etc.) • Price must be in ad (“best offers” not accepted). • Run one week at a time. • 25 words or less. • Limit: one free ad per issue. Ad must meet all of the above requirements or we will not run it. Please use the free reader ad form below.

As always, we will run meeting notices and organization notices of events not involving money for free.

Payment must accompany ad or it will not be printed. Please Run the Prices are for 1 Week - Double for 2 Weeks - Triple for 3 Weeks, etc. PERSONAL READER ADS*: $3.50 per week for first 15 words or less, 10¢ each additional word. (Use this rate for items for sale for more than $150.)

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Free Reader Ads

Moneysaver Reader Ad Form Check Box Below for Which Following Ad For: Area You Want Your Ad In: Eldred, Port Allegany, Smethport, 1 Week Mt. Jewett Area - Shopping News 2 Weeks Bolivar, Portville, Shinglehouse Area - Shopping Guide 3 Weeks Double Price - Both Papers or ____ Weeks

COMMERCIAL, BUSINESS & SERVICE ADS**: $5.00 per week for first 15 words or less, 20¢ each additional word. Ads designated as commercial are (example): Add $2.50 Per Week Check Box for Bordered Reader Ad: Per Paper For rent, items made for sale, items bought for resale, painting, repairs, services, hay for sale, dogs for sale, as well as business Please PRINT AD as you wish to have it published. listings. Include name and address if you want it in ad. Allow only BORDERED READER ADS: $2.50 extra per paper one word per space. (Telephone number is one word.) If more space is needed, you may write ad on separate for each reader ad

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2006 Chevy Cobalt

Free Reader Ad Form For One Item for Sale for $150 or Less •The ad must be a personal reader from a family or individual for ONE ITEM! •Garage and lawn sales not included. •May not be of a commercial nature. (Examples of commercial nature: firewood for sale, babysitting, or services, for rent, etc.) •Price must be in ad (“best offers” not accepted). •Run one week at a time. Mail or Bring to: •25 words or less. Moneysaver Advertising •Limit: one free ad per issue.

Ad must meet all of the above requirements, or it will not run.

218 N. Main St., P.O. Box I Bolivar, NY 14715-0009

Ad will run in both papers. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER!

sheet of paper. We reserve the right to reject any and all copy. A signature (whether used in ad or not) must accompany each ad.


15: *P-$3.50, **C-$5.00

16: *P-$3.60, **C-$5.20 17: *P-$3.70, **C-$5.40 18: *P-$3.80, **C-$5.60 19: *P-$3.90, **C-$5.80 20: *P-$4.00, **C-$6.00 21: *P-$4.10, **C-$6.20 22: *P-$4.20, **C-$6.40 23: *P-$4.30, **C-$6.60 24: *P-$4.40, **C-$6.80 25: *P-$4.50, **C-$7.00


AWD, Auto, Air, Tilt, Cruise, CD, Pwr. Windows, Pwr. Locks, Pwr. Seats

Mail or Bring to: Moneysaver Advertising, 218 N. Main St., P.O. Box I, Bolivar, NY 14715-0009 With Cash, Good Check, or Credit Card Information. Deadline: Thursday at 5:00 p.m.

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THERESA’S TAX SERVICE- One on one service with a tax professional with 10+ years of experience. Call for an appointment, 814-225-2224. 6/18pb DALE’S BARBER-STYLING SHOP: 157 Main Street, Eldred, PA, 814-225-3436. Walk-ins daily. Closed Wednesday and Sunday. e.o.w.tfcb


Fuel Saver!

“The bottom line is Always less at Carpet Express!”

We Accept

2006 Pontiac Torrent

5 Speed

611 W. State St., Olean, NY 14760 Locally Owned & Operated Phone: 716-373-5391 Hrs: Mon.-Thurs. 9am-5:30pm; Fri. 9am-8pm; Sat. 10am-3pm

Canfield’s Outdoor Power Equipment, Inc.

V6, Auto, Air, Tilt, Cruise, CD, Pwr. Windows, 78k miles

2007 Saturn Ion

Same Name! Same Location! Same Owners!

Locally Owned-- We Service Our Products On-Site!

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2007 Chevy Impala


LinkWerks™ floating Luxury Vinyl Plank & Tile

Buy any in-stock 2013 GT52XLS for

2932 Kings Run Road, Ceres, PA 814-697-6233 Mon.-Fri. 8-5:30; Sat. 8-1




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