Travel in the early 1920's was difficult. Rollin Case told of going to a County Meeting in Silver Creek or Ripley, and many other places were quite an experience. At that time Rollin lived on the old Cass farm at the "Y" on the Ivory-Kennedy Road. To be at a meeting at 8:00PM in Silver Creek, he would leave home around 4:30 in the afternoon, ride a horse to Frewsburg, tie it up in the church barn, change clothes, catch a trolley to Jamestown, then transfer to another trolley to Westfield, then take a train to Silver Creek. He would arrive just in time for the meeting. After the meeting, the homeward journey was done in reverse. Rollin said he would get home in the wee hours of the morning.