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Newspaper Lowville NY Journal Republican 1939 - _277_

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									             PAGE SIX                                                                                    THE JOUENAL AND REPUBLICAN, I/OWVILLE, N. Y-, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31,1939.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Carol" Yancey of North Rose was a    Mrs. Margaret Heckman celebrated
                                                                                                                                                        B-                                                                                  her eighty fifth birthday Saturday
                 Referee's Notice of Sale In                                                                     Notice For Privtte Park                                                               guest on Wednesday of Beulah Yan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            August 19 t nthe home of her daugh-                              OASTORUffl)
                                                                                                                                                         (DENMARK, DEER RIVEB
                         Foreclosure                                                                     To All Whom This May Concern:
                                                                                                           Take Notice: That we hereby lay
                                                                                                                                                                                                       C<
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mrs. C. Yancey and Arletha Knech- ter .Mrs. Ernest' F. Oaster. She was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the recipient of cards, fruit, flowers                    Mrs. Augutt P. KrutQw,
                                                                                                                                                         |   Mr«. A. F. White, Correspondent           tel spent Friday in Watertown.
                                                                                                         out and determine a private park of                                                              Mr and Mrs. Edwin Jones of Adams  and money for which she wishes to
             State of New York, County Court,                                                            the after described premises to propa-                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Mason Vary and son thank her many friends and relatives.
                 Lewis County—Oolby Sttlson, as State of New York,                              Court,                                                   Mr? and Mrs. Chancey Boshart and              Junior of Copenhagen were acllers at Her daughter Mrs. Clarence Claua                         Katherine Herzig and
                 Administrator with the Will an-
                                                                                                       hunting, fishing, trapping or trespass* daughter of Mount Vernon are vislt-                     the home of Mr. and Mrs. George and granddaughter Mrs. Frank Ward,                          are spending a few daya
                  nexted, of the goods, chattels and                                                                                                                                                                                        Lowville spent the p. m. with her, and                 Mrs. George Crowder at
                  credits of AdeUa & Puffer, De-                                                                                                                                                          ^ . . and Mrs. B. L. Webster of she laso had a surprise visit from her                     Mrs. Rose Hirschey i,"fl
                  oeaaed Plaintiff, against Barl M. rett, Deceased, Plaintiff, against E.                                premise*:                  ,f^r*
                  Sheldon and Eva Sheldon, his wife, CharlesStephens, MolneBLStephe                                                                                     will                next day   Nahant, Mass., Mrs. George M. Vary brother George Hartman of Redwood                        week with her sister Mrs
                 Jefferson County National Bank,                                                             that certain tract of land situate           An                                           and W. A. Vary spent Tuesday in who is 82 years old. He was accom-                          at Clayton.
                                                                                                                                                                       Day,                         fifth
                  Executor, and DeMott J. Smith, In-                 A Co. Inc*, ConkMn                                                          of
                                                                                                                                                                                     County Fair is    Ogdensburg with Mrs. George O. Os- panied by his granddaughter Miss                           Next Monday night
                  dividually and as Executor and                        Ktrkland Optical                                                                 Well                                                                               Shirley Hartman of Watertown.                          Standard time.
                 Trustee of and under the last Will                    T. N. Benedict         _                                                                                                        happy and enjoying the best of         A farewell party was given Tuesday                     School reopens next
                  and Testament of Herbert J. How- George E, Annsheamer, Martha I* 1 ty of Lewis, State of New York, missing this year and many other                                                                                       night for Mrs. Frank Campbell spon-                    tember 5th with Mis*
                 land, late of the Ctty of Watertown, Doxtater, W. E. Richards OK, E. J. containing 170 A. of land more or leas,; things, but the New York talent made                                 heaith.                   t    . _,
                 Jefferson County, New York, De- WUIdns Co., Denoe Lumber Corpor- .bounded aa follows:                                              i u p for the loss of the missing things.                                                      by Mrs. Marion
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Webster of Na- sored Leslie Failing. A Smithling and                  Smyrna in the advanced"
                  ceased, Fred L. Smith, m Executor ation and The Miller Paper Com- Beginning at an iron pipe marking I t j M W o m that we have so many                                                                                    Mrs                      picnic
                                                                                                                                                                                                       hant, Mass., who have been spending was served at Whetstone Gu)£supperPark.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Florence Cook of
                  of the last Will and Testament of           pany, Defendants.                        the Northeasterly corner of Watson's attrmttilnrt            %t t h e VBir    M mu        year. some time at the home of W. A. Vary Four tables of euchre were played at
                 Alvln J. Ward, Deoeaaed, and Fay Notice Is Hereby Given, that in pur-
                  L. Sheldon, Defendants.                                                                                                                                                                                                   the home of Mrs. Marlon Smithling.                       Mrs. Herbert SchanU
                 In Pursuance of a Judgment of suance of a judgment ofherein at a   ated
                                                                                           foreclosure                     *- 8 K." Merrill, of a big crowd every night. The Den-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. First prize was awarded to Mrs. Lloyd                        months old Rhode Island R^T
             Foreclosure and Sale, duly granted In                                  is Court, held at  _...       _.. _.. thence North 8P 3' to mark Junevile booth was very at-                                                            Young, second to Miss Anna Gertrtide                   that are laying.
             the above entitled action, and entered                                                                                                                                                    Nicholas Glngerich.
             in Lewis County Clerk's Office on the                 County Court (House of the the center of the new proposed high-,Itractive and all the floats were well
                                                                                                       way, thence approximately 890 ft. east represented.. The Juvenile booth re-                                                          Arthur, Twenty guests were present                       Mr. and Mrs. Robert
             1st day of July, 1989, I, Joseph W. on the                                                                                                                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell are
             Singer, Esq., the undersigned, Referee duly entered in                                                                        f* 0 ^ f ceived many compliments, and the dif-                                                   moving to Lisbon on September 1 to
             in said Judgment named, will sell at                                                                                       ownsd bv f e r e n * b a n 4 i m a d e a 8 O 0 d • h o w l n *                                      make their future home.                                 Mr and Mrs. J. F. WoolscbW .*
             public auction at the front door of the Clerk's Office on                        day
                                                                                                       Fred Auctor,                 765:6ft. to an ' M l M L u c y Melster of Castorland                            MABTIN8BUBQ                                                                   family spent Monday sTwalS.*
             Court House in the village of Low-                                                                                                       spent the week-end with her parents
             ville, County of Lewis, N. T., on the                                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Meister.                             Mrs. Grace « . Smith, Correspondent                                                   Mr and Mrs. Charle. W & fc
             12th day of Septsmber, 1989, at ten                                                       1036 ft. along said highway to a stake            Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rohr of . Fort                                                                                                         spent the week-end with Mrifi25
             o'clock a. m., the premises described offer                                           and                                                                                                                                                                                            Petrie at Syracuse,               *•*
             in Mid Judgment, as follows, vis:                                                                                                                                          on                                                                    HAMBLIN'S 00ENBBS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Frank UnstruthsW
                                                                                                                             by                                                                               Mrs. Melvin R: Nash                                                                 the week-end with Mr. and T !
                 All That Tract or Parcel of Land,                                                                     approximately 1606 ft                                                               ion R. Nash Mr. and                                 Mrs. Csri Hatb Correspondent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Purman at Amsterdam.
             situate in the town of Harrisburg,                                                                       dng a corner of part oz
             County of Lewis and State of New 1939, at two o'clock in the afternoon lot 182 owned by Leo Greenlow, and services will be resumed next Sun two children and Edward                                                                                                                     William Slater is on the sick |kt
             York, all those one hundred thirty- of that day>. the premises in said thence West approximately 990 ft. to day.                                                                              Watertown were guests of Miss Char-                                                      Mrs. Lena Goutremout hd
             seven and sixty-*!* hundred ths acres judgment directed to be eold, and a stake marking a corner of lot owned                               Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gilmore and lotte Nash Sunday.                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Angel of Three fortune to slip Monday m
             of land situate on Lot No. 6 of the therein described as follows:                         by Leo Greenlow and the easterly line                                                               * Worship and church school will be           Mile Bay were overnight guests of fracture her knee cap. She w
             Subdivision of the Town of Harris- All That Tract or Parcel of Land, of boundary of lot 202, thence South daughter Barbara are away on a va- resumed next Sunday at the usual                                                               Leon Hall and family Wednesday and to the Lewis County General
             burg and on Lot No. 27 of the Sub- situate in the village of Lowville, 8° 6' South 1259.7 ft. to an iron pipe                                                                                 hour in the Presbyterian church. The          attended the County Fair on Thurs- at Lowville where Dr. Stein
             division of the Town of Denmark In County of Lewis and State of New marking the Southeast corner of said                                                                                      pastor having returned from two               day.                                     her.
             (Lewis County, aforesaid* Beginning on York, on Lot No. 17 in Block C. of lot 202, thence north.80° 56' West 1891                                                                                                                             Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wagler enter-,
             the westerly line of said Lot No. 6, in the Estate of Hannah Bostwick, de- ft. along the southerly boundary of                                                                                weeks vacation.                                                                          Mr. Nelson Virkler Virginia
             the center of the No. 3 Road, 4 chains ceased, and being a part of the same lot 202 to an iron pipe marking the.                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Evans, Lo-            talned Saturday evening in honor of                              Vi
             84 links 8. 12° W. from the N. W. premises described in a deed from Southwest corner of said lot, thence                                             HARRISBUBO                               cust Grove visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo           Mrs. Wagler sister, Esther Roggie ler, andY. spent Monday South £
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Weaver of South
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ton N Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Edith W        of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              at th w
             corner of said Lot No. 6; thence, on Louis A. Scott to d a r e M. Scott, North 8° 3' North 2006.5 ft. to the                                                                                  Rima Thursday.                                whose marriage to Reuben Mosher to       Islands.
             the center of said road, S. 42% * B. dated February 24, 1888, and recorded Northwest corner of lot 202 the point                              Mrs. Harmon LewJs, Correspondent                   Mrs. M. H. Lavine of Brooklyn was          will take place Wednesday. This being
             llchains, 50 links to the junction of                                                     and place of beginning.                                                                             guest of Miss Charlotte Nash one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mr. and                Numlte, M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         a variety shower, the bride-to-be re- Jack and Mrs. W. F.Rose wtonS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               daughter
             the road leading by Joseph Stasons; Liber 78 of Deeds at page 350, and the                     Signed: D. J. Erbln,                      &                                                                                                  ceived many useful gifts. Mrs. Elmer Monday from an 1800 mile trip tost
             thence on the center of the last men- same premises owned and occupied by                                                                                                                     day this week.
             tioned road N. 3H4" E. 37 chains, 49 Julia Moore Scott In her lifetime and                                         Lowville, N. Y. ; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoddard of 8a-                            Mrs. Willard Brooks Watertown,             Roggie assisted with entertainment chigan, Ohio Indiana and othei
             links to the westerly line of said at the time of her decease, who died                                    G. Martin Erbin,              vanah, Georgia,, were callers at the spent a few days last week with her                           which consisted of games. Congratul- of interest. While in Allegu
             Slssons farm; thence, on said westerly intestate leaving the said Louis A.                                         Syracuse, N. Y.        home of John Allin on Tuesday.                                                                    ation to them.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           sister Mrs. Lyle Hoyt and Mrs. Leo                                                     gan they were gueets of Mr. iudifcrij
             line a 28%° E. 12 chains, 15 links to Scott, husband surviving, and the                              Notice to Creditors               |I Dr. Frank E. Eggleton, of the Uni- Rima also attended the Lewis County                              Mr. and Mrs. Charles Twitchell of T. Howard Glenn.                        "l-
             a stake, the S. W. corner of said farm; said Clara M. Scott, her only heirs at                                                                                                                                                              Copenhagen were Sunday evening cal-
                                                                                                         In Pursuance of an Order of
             thence on the south line of said farm, laiw and next of kin; the part and Surrogate's Court of the County ths versity of Michigan will give a stere- Fair.
                                                                                                                                                 of optlcon lecture on his recent trip to                                                                lers of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hall.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     George Gardner of Albany
             6. 81° E. 22 chains 50 links to tfie parcel hereby intended to be conveyed                                                                                                                       The condition of Mrs. Byron Wil-                                                    Monday night at the home of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Peter Bentz spent Sunday with Anna Rlnkenburg to join Mn.
             south line of said Lot No. 27; thence being bounded and described as fol-                                 to all persons having California on September 6 at 8 p. m. liams who has been on the sick list                                    Carl Henry and family.
             on said lot line S. 54° W. 18 chains lows: Beginning at an iron pin set in                                  Charles H. Arthur, late E. 8. T. There will be special music, is.improving.                                                                                              ner who has been spending a
             90 links to a stake on the town line; the 8. S. corner of the above referred of. the town of Lowville, to said After the program a penny supper                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boback spent              Mr. John Rousam Winafred and with her mother.
             thence on said town line N. 81° W. 8 to parcel conveyed to said Clara M. county of Lewis, deceased, that they will be served. All Interested will be the week-end in Syracuse.                                                              Dorothy Rowsam motored to Bald              Wednesday September 6th then i t j
             Chain* 93 links; thence S. 9° W. 20 Scott by Louis A. Scott and which are required to exhibit the same, with                                                                                                                                Mountain Sunday and visited Ted be a covered dish supped at the Bu^l
             chains 77 links to a stake; thence S. point is also the N. Ef corner of a ,the vouchers thereof to the sub- welcome. -                                                                           Miss Ada McDonald and brother
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Snyder, who is employed there.
             6C4°W. 43 chains 24 links to a stake parcel of land owned by Mrs. ETvah scriber, Administrator of ths goods,                                Mr. and Mrs. Edd Yancey spent sev- Clifford McDonald of Albany return-                                                                   tiet church at 6 o'clock, foUowintit*
             on the west line of said Lot No. 6; Glenn; thence running Westerly along chattels and credits of ths said eral days In North Rose last week. ed home Thursday after spending                                                                   Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stiles, of Low- will be a devotional meeting and plmI       I of
             thence on said west line N. 9° E. 43 said Glenn's North line 94 feet to an deceased, at the law offices of Carter                                                                                                                           ville spent Saturday evening with Mr. made for, the. year. Let then be
             chains 29 links to the place of begin- iron pin in the corner of said Glenn and Chase, State Street, in the Tillage Joycethem for a visit          and Carol Yancey returned several days with Mrs. Jennie Brott,                           and Mrs. Carl Henry.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mrs. Julia Bent and other relatives                                                 j good attendance.
             ning, containing 137 06-100 acres of and C. 8. Mereness line; thence of Lowville, in said county of Lewfc, with                                                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Failing of!
             land, more or less.                            Northerly along the Easterly line of on or before the 9th day of September,                   On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Edd Yan- here.                                                          Whitesbora Mr. Jim Burton of New |
                                                                                                                                                       cey entertained Mr. and Mrs. Frank                     Mrs. Emma Smith returnedd to the                                                         A Dish For This Week
                                                            said
                  Also, All That Piece or Parcel of pin; Mereneas lot 51 feet to an iron 1989.
                                                                   thence Easterly and in a line Dated March 9, 1989.                                  Collins and daughters Helen and Mar home of Mrs. Julia Bent Saturday                              York Mills attended the county fair
             Land, situate in the Town of Hferrte- parallel to the first described line 96                                                             garet of Bralser Falls.                              after spending seven weeks in Albany         Thursday and were supper guests of
             •burg, in the County of Lewis and                                                                   Theodore E. Arthur,                                                                                                                     Leon Hall and family.                       Eggplant, tomatoes, and
                                                                  to an iron               inside line
             State of New York, and 1 part of Lot feetthe sidewalk pin at the said prem- Clark L. Chase, Attorney at Law.
                                           &                                                                                     Admlaistrator.           School in District 8 opened on Au- with her daughter Mrs. Grace Rodie.                            Mrs. Ruth Martzloff was called to when In season, combine to make L
                                                                                 fronting
             No. 5 of the Subdivision of said town, of thence Southerly along said side- Lowville. N. Y.                                                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Berrus of
                                                                                                                                             22-27 gust 28, with Helen Collins as teach- Bald Mountain house Third Lake
             and being the east part of the lot ises; about 51 feet to the place of                                                                    er.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Carthage because of the death of economical main dish, as-w«ll u
             known as the Peck Lot and is bound- walk                                                                                                     Margaret Collins is spending the were guests Lewis County Fair Wed-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         of relatives here and at-       her mother, Mrs. Martha Clark. Mrs. wholesome and delicious one.
             ed as follows, to wit: Beginning on beginning, containing more or lees
                                                            land.
                                                                                                                  Notice to Creditors                                                                       tended the                                   Clark has been confined to her bed for fThe Mew York State College «ii
             the easterly line of said Lot No. 5                                                         In Pursuance of an Order of the week with her sister Helen at the nesday.                                                                       several weeks due to a shock death Home Economics suggests the folio*,
             at the South east corner of the North- Dated, August 16, 1939.                            Surrogate of the County of Lewis, home of Edd Yancey.                                                  The condition of George W. Alger           occured Monday night Much sympa- ing recipe:
             west quarter of said lot which wae                                 Fred A. Young,         Notice is hereby given, according to               Mr .and Mrs. Chas Henry and Wal-                                                               thy is extended to the saddened fam-
             conveyed to Oliver Green, and run-                                             Referee.   law, to all persona having claims ter Kreber and daughter Delorse of who is a patient in the house of the                                                                                             Eggplant Oriental
             ning thence on said Green's south Clark L. Chase, Attorney for Plain- against Henry E. Boshart, late of the Utica were guests Sunday of Mr. and Good Samaritan Watertown and last                                                           ily.                                            2 green peppers
             line, north 77° west, 13 chains 17 iff, Office and P. O. Address, Low- Town of Harrisburg, in said county Mrs. Fred-O'Brien.                                                                   week underwent an operation is very             Sister Marcellus, Sister Thomas of
             links to a hub in the center of a road; ville, New York.                                  of Lewis, deceased, that they are re-                                                                much improved.                               Albany Mrs. JameB Fogarty and son               2 eggplants
                                                                                                       quired to exhibit the same, with.the               Mrs. Frederick O'Brien and chil-                                                                                                               2 tablespoom? of butter or
             thence along said center S. 58° west,
             6 chains 67 links to an angle; thence                      Homeward Bound                 vouchers thereof to the subscriber,             dren Margaret, Frederick, and James Newport Kentucky were Bowman of
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Leslie K.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          guests of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         James were callers of Mr. and Mrs.                cooking oil
             along said center south 48° west, 17 I am homeward bound, with a Administratrix of the goods, chattels of Black River spent Sunday at the Mrs. Grace Smith Thursday.                                                                        George Fitch and family Tuesday                 6 ripe tomatoes
             chains to a hub in said center and                                                        and credits of the said deceased, at O'Brien home.                                                                                                evening. Sister Thomas was the for-             2 teaspoons of salt               • as
             corner of land owned and occupied by                  thrill of joy;                      the law office of Fred A. Young in                Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wheeler of                       Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Oaster and          mer Katherine Effley daughter of the
                                                                                                       the Village of Lowville, in said county Copenhagen also Mrs. Fred Linstruth son Donald visited Mr. and Mrs. I. J.                                 late Mike Effly farmer of the Number            1 teaspoon of paprika
             Lee Woodard; thence along German                   I have wandered o'er life's sea.                                                                                                                                                                                                    Remove the seeds from the pepper*
             Knapp'a land, south 77° east, 27 chains O'er this sea I'll no more roam                   of Lewis, New York, on or before the sons. Herbert and Hurbert of Oneida Williams in New Hartford, Sunday. -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and cut the peppers into small plecei;
             62 links to a psot and stone and south-            Now $'m bound for Heaven my 8th day of December, 1939.
                                                                                                         Dated June 6th, 1939.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                       were guests Sunday at the home of Maude Hill* of Edwin Hill Turin, Miss                   Miss       Mrs. Mary Effley and daughter pare the eggplants, and cut -them into!
             east corner of eald Peck Lot and a                    home                                                                                George Johnson.                                                        Kingston and               Rose Mary and Jackie fo Syracuse, small pieces; remove the blossom tail
             corner of said Knapp's lot; thence on                                                                   Edith M. Boshart,                                                                      Iona Hill of Perth Ontario, Canada
             the east line of said lot and of said            In this world Is great distress             35-26                 Administratrix.           Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeForest Mrs.                                                               Sister Marcellus and Sister Thomas of the tomatoes and cut them bill
             Peck Lot and west line of said Knapp . But in Heaven you'll ever rest                                                                     Dewey Gillet, son Jack and daughter were guests of Mr,, and~Mrs. Ernest                           who are both teachers at Albany have email pieces.                  •—
             Lot and said M. Sheldon Lots, North Our loving Saviour did declare                                                                                                                                 Oaster Friday.
                                                                                                                                                       Suzanne of Wolcott spent severel days F.Mrs. Rose E. Blbblns Mrs. Myles                           been spending two weeks vacation Cook the eggplant and peppenl
              IB' east, 17 chains 60 links to the               His followers would have a man-                    New Amazing                         last week with Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sullivan, son and Mrs. Grace Smith                              with Mr. and Mrs. John Dallas and the fat until they are slightly
             place of beginning, containing thirty-                                                                                                   Zehr and family.                 —                                                                 other relatives here. They and Father then add the tomatoes and the
             nvi acresnand ninety-fourTiundredths _ sion^there^ —                                   :—        -MMTURE-CLEAlfER                            Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, Mrs. Anna visited Mrs. Helen F.—Brenon, Turin
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Saturday.                                    Richardson Mr. and Mrs. James Fog- sonlngs and! continue the" cookisjl             of
             of an acres of land, be the same more
             or less, as surveyed by Nelson Rull- These gracious promises we know                                                                                     Micheal Zulrk spent
                                                                                                          Dispels "Denture Breath" Allen and home of Earl Wheeler,Sun- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peebles, Turin
                                                                                                                                                       day at the                                     Bell and Mrs. George W. Alger visited
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         arty and son Mr. and Mrs. Maynard until the egg plant is done. Biro
             aon, the 26th of April, 1876.                         are true                                                                                                                                                                              Dallas were supper guests of Mrs. hot
                  Also, All That Tract or Parcel of
             Land, situate in the town of Harris-
             tnirg, County of Lewis and State of
                                                                There's, a mansion waiting In
                                                                   Heaven for you.
                                                              Many called but the chosen are few
                                                                                                          FALSE TEETH                                  wood.
                                                                                                                                                          Jerry O'Connor was a caller at the George iW. Alger Watertown Monday
                                                                                                                                                       Allen home on Monday.
                                                                                                                                                          Theo. Yancey and John Scuzs of evening.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Good Samaritan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               In the house of the       Dalles last week. Sister Thomas is a A lunch or supper menu ndftt i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         daughter of Mary Effley a former elude JEggplant Oriental, ooBtd i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         resident of the Number three road rice, raw cabbage salad, whole
             New York, being part of the N. E.
             quarter of Lot No. 6 of the subdivi-
             sions of 1eaid, town and bounded and
                                                                These words of warning are ad-
                                                                   dressed to you.                        LOOK LIKE NEW                                                                                       The
                                                                                                                                                       Wolcott were wek-end guests of Mr. held atPeebles family Sunday August
                                                                                                       <1) Bbnply place your denture in a and Mrs. Chris Yancey and family. 20 thirty memebers were in atten-        Chases Lake
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      reunion was        she became a Nun eleven years ago bread and butter, apptostoot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         shortly afte rthe death of her father, molasses cookies, mHk for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mike Effley. Mr. and Mrs. John Dal- dren, and deed tea, coffee, or oifi
             described a* follows, Beginning at a                                                           solution of KLESSNimB.                     Daniel Yancey who has been visiting                                                               las motored Mrs. Effley to Watertown the grown-ups.
             cedar post in the North line of said Come to the Saviour on bended knee (2) Leave for IS or 20 minutes — at teh home of his son Chris Yancey dance the reunion will be held next
             quarter and lot, the N. W. corner of               He will pardon and set you free             while you drees—or overnight                                                                    year in August at Pleasant Lake near         Saturday and from there she will go
             eleven and 69-100 acres* surveyed for In this Heaven of rest happy you'll (9) Rinse—replace. NO. BRUSHING. returned home with them.                                                            Brantingham.                                 to Binghamton and remain a week Somebody remarks that the BC»J|
             Levi Humphrey and Is 21 chs. 98 Iks.                   be                                   Now look at your teeth—gleaming, Wilson Zehr of Croghan was a re-                                    Mr, and Mrs. Albert J. Stiles left         with her son John Effley.                toes at the seashore are a lot
             from, the N. S. corner of said lot;                                                                                                       cent guest of Lester Yancey;
              thence on said N. line N. 76° W. 6
                                                                                                                   stainless,,
                                                                 For a mansion is reserved for thee lustrous, plate clean naturaHooking;
                                                                                                       teeth and                 and aweet, free         Andrew Yancey, daughter. Hilda' Saturday for a ten days trip to Michi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  than formerly. No wonder, then
                                                                             J. H. Weller, Lowville. from all unpleasant taete or odor. All and son Joe were callers at Chris gan^                                                                          The New Deal took three hard wal- now much more surface for tbav
             chains 28 link* to a cedar post cor-                                                                                                                                                                                                        lops on the chin, during the last week
             nered and marked M. H. H. the N. E.                                                       druggists.                                      Yancey's one day last week.                        ; A display of the paintings of Dr.            of Congress but the President has a
              corner of twenty-nine and 93-100 acres A 10-cent loaf of bread may contain                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeForest and U. A. Harris will be held in the Mar-
              of land surveyed for Monte Hum- less than 2 cent's worth of wheat, and The honeymoon ds over when he Mrs. Dewey Gillett' of Wolcott were 4insburg public library on Tuesday                                                                yet failed to tell us that "we planned     Washington Post: ''Space it
              phrey; thence on the E. line of said a dollar shirt less than 20 cent's worth takes her off the pedestal and puts                                                                                                                          tt that way."                            ed," declare* Einstein. Shocks,
             39 80-100 acres, & U° W. 88 chains 8 of cotton?                                                                                           callers at the home of Chris Yancey! evening from 7 until 10. The public,                                                                  no news; editors have.btsn teUtof
              licks to the 8. line of said quarter;                                                    her on a budget                                 on Sunday.                                           is invited.                       • • -.'•     Journal advertising pay*.              that for years.
              thence on said S. line of said quarter
             £ . 78 V E. o chains 26 Unkv to ths
              S. W. corner of said 11 and 69-100
              acres;a thence on the W. line -thereof
              N. U E. 34 chains 70 links to the
              piece of beginning, containing twenty-
              one and 8-10 acres of land, more or
              less.
                   Also, All That Other Piece or Parcel
               of Land, in the town aforesaid, being
               in the N. E. quarter of Lot No. 6,
               bounded and described as follows:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       OUT OF
               (Beginning on the N. line of said lot
               aft the N. E. corner of twenty-one and
             .840 acres, above described; themce on                             HERE'S ONE WAY you don't want to spend your holiday!
               said N. line S. 76° E. 3 chs. 38 Uks.
                to the N. W. corner of 63 12-100 acres                          Before you start, bring your car to Gulf. Get your tires
                of land surveyed for W. and G. Bush
                in 1846; thence on the W. line thereof                          checked, a better road map, a Funny Weekly to keep the
               8. 11° W. 34 chs. 48 Ike. to the 8.
               line of said quarter and N. line of                              kids happy—all free! And treat your car to that peerless
               G. Knapp's land; thence on said N.
                line of said Knapp N. 7»K* W. 3 chs.                            pair—No-Nox Ethyl Gas and Gulfpride Oil.
               38 Iks. to the & E. corner of said 21
               60400 acres; thence on the Bart line
                thereof, northerly, 34 chains 78 links
                to the place of beginning, containing
                eleven and 61-100 acres of land, more
                or less.
                   Dated at the Village of Lowville
               N. Y., this 18th day of July, 1939.
                                 Joeeph W. Singer,                                                                     ON NO'NOX GAS WE
                                                 Referee.                      THB GULF MAP SHOWS A                    ROLL ALONG LIKE AN
                  Frank Bowman, Plaintiff** Attorney,
                Lowville, Lewis County, N. Y.          42-7                      6 0 0 0 SACKROAD-THE                 INDIANAPOLIS WINNER1.
                                                                               TRAFFIC SHOULO BE THINNER.1
               The People of the State of New York
                   To Lottie (Murray, Clarence Wil-                                                                              *
                                                                                                                        Cf W 9 \ 7
                liams, Pearl Pitcher, Florella Wil-                            ft J* \ a                 tl
               liams, Ernest Osbprne, Florence
               Wood, the next of kin and heirs at
                law of Diodate J. Fairbanks, late of
                the town of Montague, in the County
4'              of Lewie, and State of New York,
               send greeting:
                   Whereas, The Northern Neiw York
                Trust Company, of the city of Water-
                town, in the County of Jefferson, and
                State of New York, the Executor
                named in the last -will and testament
                of the said Diodate J. Fairbanks, de
                ceased, has lately applied to our Sur
                rogate's Court of our County of Lewis
                to have the said last will and testa
                ment, which bears date June 7th, 1937,
                and which relates to both real anc
                personal property, proved and admit
                ted to probate in pursuance of the
                statute in such case made and pro
                vlded.                                                                                                 W HAv
                                                                                                                         * E*'TGOTAWQRRyl                  L      FOR SUPER PRODUCTS AND SERVICE BRISK
                   You, and each of you, are therefore                                                                                h                     l
                cited to show cause before the said                                                                     *      $          J       n              STOP AT THE SIGN OF THE ORANGE
                Surrogate's Court of the County of
 • ;   ; |
                Lewis, at the Surrogate's office in
              ;|he Village of Lowville, in the County
               -of Lewb.s New York, on the 5th day
               of September, 1939, at ten o'clock in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            70 GOOD GULF
                the forenoon, why said last will and
                testament should not be proved and
                admitted to.probate as a will of re a
               and personal1 property.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             DEALERS!
                         In testimony wtfereof, we have
                           caused the seal of our Surro
                           gate's.Court of the County of
-!     $
                           Lewis to be hereunto affixed.
                (L.S.) Witness, Hon. Miller B. Moran
                           Surrogate of said County, at
                           Lowville, in said County, on
                           the 27th day of July, A. D.
                           1939.
               43-5
                                  Miller B. :..*oran.
                                          . Surrogate.
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