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Lyt- Leghorn ayuna. ein cows; 1 5 lambs. )00. Cro- Y. I country 5ry dwell- ete stable >od condi- r poultry, m d store, able; n e a r Baldwin, ing about land, hal­ ite of Y o t k Pass Your Friends By without Speaking ? M a n y friendships h a v e been b r o k e n b y the m e r e aet «of p a s s i n g one's a c ­ quaintances b y o a the c r o w d e d street wi t h o u t a n o d or a sign o f r e c o g n i ­ tion, W o m e n .particularly are guilty of -this breach od etiquette. S i m p l y i because t h e y -wIEl n o t w e a r glasses w h e n theit eyesight is failing. V a n ­ ity is the reason. T h e y l o no t real­ ize th a t - p r o p e r l y flitted glasses a d d to o n e ’s c h a r m a n d lend distinction to th e appeanwic*. Our yeare of eij^erience plus tho finest scientific equipment nvonoy can buy assures you ojcpert advice la all oytical matters. “Absolu t e l y D e p e n d a b l e ” for » v c r 67 years •SI* * , aVOTICE TO CREDITORS.— Pursuant to an ordor of th© Hon, Frederick Fraser, Sur-! td of tbo Country of Washington, Now York, notice Is herobpy grfvoirHo all persona I “ havisg claims ngaltuat Fred<Stf«k O Ives, I late of tho town of Easton, in said County. . decoasod, to prosenl tho same with the vouchors theroof. to tho undorsignod, Execu- I tora of tho liwst VVHL. otc, 01 tho Baid de­ coded, at the ireiiadence of undersigned, Paul Ives, in the- lo»wa of Ea«toi} ia said* County, on or before tho 2£nd day o f , January, 1025. Do.t 0 d.July 7, 102*4. . PAUL D IVES, * i BLANCHE A.. rVES, | 9. E. Everts, 4 Exocutor. Attorney for Er*cu=tors, Sf W O T I O E 3 T O C R E D I T O R S — Pursuant to ui ^prdor of tho Hon. Frodorick Fraser, Sur­ rogate of tho Coeant^r pf Washington, N o w York* uotico I® haoroi-y 'givon to all parsons haring claims against Darius S. Chapin, lato of the town o*f Greenwich, In said County, docQfltod, to prcaont the s&mo with tho Toachora thereof,, to tbo underaignod- Excutor of tha last *Wili, otc., of tho said doccdont, at tho oifleo of his attorney. Her* bort Van Kirk, I b Ihao town of Greonwioh. In aaid Oounty. ora osr boforo tho 15th day of Docombor, 1024. Datod Juno 6 th, 1IM24. B O R A C E J. T A B E R . Herbert Van Kirk. EiocWor. Atty. for exocutor, Greenwich. New xo=rk ______________ ____ N O T I C E T O C R E D I T O R S — Pur«uaat* to an order of tho H»n. Frodorick Fraser, 8ur- *o*ata of tho County ot Washington, N o w York, notice Is hoxobsr givon to all persona “^baritt* claims against Lowia Honry Burdick, *ate of tho terwa 02 i Oreonwicb, in sold County, deceased. to ■prosont the samo with tho vouchors thor'Sol. to the underBiunod, Exoctxtor of tho Ifcst \VHll. otc, of tho snid , dficcdcut, at tny ofBca In the town ol Greoa- ____ wiftn lo laid (Jo nil t j on or boforo tho 1 st .• day o f DeroniTjor, TDZ34 ■£■ Datod May lfllta, a024. T CILAHILES H. VANNESS Exocutor. NOTICE TO CBBDIT«ORS — Pursuant to sa order of tbo Hon. HVodorlek Frnser. Sur­ rogate of tho Coantf of Washington. New ?ork, notico Js hor-ob^ giTon to oil persona having claims against Jane E. Armstrong. ‘ lato of the town of A rgylo, in said Oounty, dcconsci, to profl03it tho samo vrith thp goMj*h«TB thfiTOsf. th# nn4*rflij|ifi4i Ad\ 1 mlnia'ferator with t\ho Will annexod of tho 1 Gooula, Eto.. of thto sold decodent, ot the | First Ka.ttona.1 Book a^J Argyle, in tbo town * ‘ ylo. In said county, on or hofore tho I , Jny of January. 1925. ! Dat«d Julv 24th 1?)24. HOWARt> ,WYr>ER. Administrator 1 wrife tho Will anGLOred* 1 Boubleda/.yalgo & Co.. Garden City, N.Y.) ' T ' O N ' Y B A N D I N I sat o n the bed In : hla little r o o m over the tejtchen at Caraifa's, w h e r e lie hoarded,* and thought long a n d earnestly. T h e chil­ d r e n w e r e playing \(lown stairs. H e could hear little , C c a n c e s c a ’a.. voice begging her m o t h e r for a doll— not a rag doll, but a real doll \Ulje the other girls had,” a n d M r s - Caraffa answ e r e d that If p a p a b r o u g h t hcyne g o o d w a g e s that w e e k she should h a v e one. T h e n F r a n c e s c a laughed' a n d clapped her hands, a n d Bhe a n d her brother B r u n o b e g a n to sin*, T h e y w e r e having .a g o o d time, those children. H e loved them. T h e y w e r e bis friends. T h e y w e r e all that he h a d to love. H i s o w n children a n d hls.wlte w e r e dead. H e h a d no kin except a brother ln Italy w h o h a d d i s o w n e d him. Ijle h a d lost his Job the w e e k before a n d h e ba d b e e n drinking. Ttvat w a s enongrb to m a k e one think, but It. w a s not all. A catastro­ p h e h a d .fallen u p o n h i m a n d u p o n that h a a s e — before which all lighter misfortunes w e r e o a nothing. T h e r e h a d been trouble last night at the C a f e Sfitflla aro u n d the corner an d fi m a n ' h a d ' b e e n Idll^d. T o n y w a s d r u n k at the time, but not so d r u n k as to be Ignorant of h o w It w a s done. Caraffa h a d been with hltt. & stranger ha d c o m e to their table a n d h a d picked a quarrel. T h e r e has been high w o r d s a n d the thrust o f a knife u n d e r the stranger’s h e a r t A s d It w a s Caraffa w h o h a d m a d e the Uirust. T o n y k n e w that very well, tho u g h It w a s T o n y ’s knife with w h i c h he did It, Caraffa did not s e « m to k n o w w h n t h e h a d done. Oaraffa w a ’s very drunk, Indeed. J w Srlalnto, the o w n e r of tbe place, h a d seen the scuffle n n d p e r h a p s h e k n e w w h o h n d struck the blow, perhaps he did not. B u t Joe al­ w a y s protected his customers. H e h a d o p e n e d the back doer a n d told t h e m to go, a n d they had gone— T o n y lead­ ing Caraffa h o m e , a n d leaving the stranger dead on the floor. j Thji crime could not be hidden long. E v e n n o w detectives m u s t surely be o n the trail. W h n t should he do? Flight w a a o p e n to him, hut that w o u l d he a concession of guilt a n d h e felt sure that he should ln the end b e caught. T o n y had no m o n e y a n d n o fd e n d s — except the Caraffas. Then, too, there w a s a 'errlble feeling of w e a k n e s s — of Incompetence. H e w a s not equal to the effort. A n o t h e r thought struck h i m with terrific force. Wl*at\ of Caraffa? Caraffa h a d a fa m i l y — B r u n o a n d lit­ tle Francesca.— Ah, carlsslma I h o w he loved that Uttlo one I A n d Blrs. CarafTa w a s a goo<l w o m a n , w h o hn d been k i n d . to h i m wtien h e w a s sick. T h e y w e r e his friends— a n d Caraffa W h a t w o u l d h a p p e n to the wife and children If It should b e k n o w n that C a r n f f n ' w a s the m u r d e r e r ? A n hour passed. Still T o n y sat on the e d g e of the bed, lost In thought. T h e n there w a s a s h a r p rap at the door— a sound of footsteps a n d loud talking In the r o o m below. T h e foot­ steps w e r e on the stairs. T h e y w e r e at his door. T h e (foor s w u n g oppn a n d t w o officers entered. “W e w a n t you,” they said. T h a t w a s all. D o w n s t a i r s all w a s confusion. A n ­ other officer w a s with Caraffa. CarafTa w a s protesting loudly. T h e children w e r e crying. Mrs. Caraffa w a s ges­ ticulating an d uttering a torrent of speech. T o n y said nothing. T n e r e w a s nothing to say, H e ‘a n d Caraffa w e n t out with the ofHcers. A t the station they w e r e subjected te the usual grilling. Joe Malato, the o w n ^ r of the C a f e Sicilia, w a s also there, -Caraffa thai'he remeiu'b^eiavnotliliir fibout jHi#: m u r d e r . . T h e police capt(iin ^h,owe3'. SCony the .knife,. stained- with blood, aii^ 'ffsked h i m ’whose “ItTsvaB. - .... •— r: “It ees mjr knife,\ said T o n y , simply. “A n d y o u stabbed tlie man, didn't y o u ? \ a s k e d the captain. T o n y looked Into tie eyes of J o e JMalato to see w h a t he knew. T h e captain . looked,- too— that w a s his business. B u t the e y e s of M a l a t o w e r e inscrutable; ‘T h e n T o n y thought of B r u n o a n d little Francesca. WJiat did it matter .to him, after al?.? - T h e r e . w a s a p a u s e o f aot m o r e than t w o geconds. TChen b e turned .and kooked fixedly at o n e of tlie brass bu.tj tons o n the captain’s coat white • lie s a i d : “Tes, 1 stabbed h i m . ” T h e captain turned to Malato. “D i d y o u see the stabbing?\ he asked. M a l a t o b a d received his cue, “Yes,” h e answered, ,,T o n > Bandlnl did it.” “D i d Caraffa have anyjliing to do with it?” a s k e d the captain. “No, he do nothing. H e w a r asleep — H e w a r drunk.” T h e captain turned to Caraffa. “G o home,\ h e snid. \ W e d o n ’t w a n t anyth i n g m o r e of you.” Garaffn « et it— looking wi t h a pitiful b a c k w a r d lm>k at T o n y H e hesitated at the dni-r. stopix-d a m o m e n t a n d said to tlie captain. \ T o n y is a g n >il man. I think he aot do It.” “D o yo u k n o w w h o did?\ ask e d the rapttiln. “No, 1 not k n o w , ” salil Caraffa. “<let along then. If you w e r e d e a d drunk, y o u ’re nut u competent wit­ ness,\ R n a p p e d the captain. Cnraffn went out— 1« life a n d free­ d o m . Ton.v looked at h i m curiously as he went. T h e n lie thought again of tlie children. Ves. Hi the* end of the w e e k Kratwe^i u w o u l d have her doll F R O M T H E G A L L E R Y “D o n ’t y o u think s h e has a m o v i n g voice ?” \ M u s t have; a thlr<l o f the andl- ence has already left.” T h e Dor*. A den ls a irmxl thing. Bless m v soul A place w here a n a n can Retire to g-row-1. M o d e r n Art. \Tes. It's a tine plrture o f a lady. But w h e r e Is the m o t o r c-ar thnt r a n ower her?\— K a r l k u t u r e c (Christiania!. N O T I C U ­ N ' O T I C E IS H E R E B Y G I V E N ’, that a public m e e t i n g will le held o n the 2l>th d a y of N o v e m b e r , 1924, at eight p.m., at B u r t o n Hall, o n the M a i n H i g h w a y , in the T o w n of Easton, W a s h i n g t o n C o u n t y , N e w York, u p o n the application of Paul G. A.tkins for the c o n s e n t of the T o w x B o a r d o f the T o w n of E a s t o n to opwrate an auto b u s line, via fixed route a n d schedule ov«r a n d u p o n the h i g h w a y s of said T o w n as follows: U p o n ente r i n g the said T o w n of Easton, c o m m e n c i n g at the b o u n d a r y line of the T o w n at the b r i d g e o v e r the B a t t e n k ill a t the h a m ­ let of M i d d l e Palls, a n d r u n n i n g thence southerly over an d u p o n the State H i g h w a y as far a s its intersec­ tion with the E a s t o n H i g h w a y , an d t h e n c e southerly over a n d u p o n this last said - H i g h w a y , t h r o u g h the h a m ­ lets of N o r t h E a s t o n , E a s t o n a n d C r a n d e l l ’s C o m e r s , , to the b o u n d a r y Tine o f the said T o w n o f Easton. R e ­ turning f r o m T r o y in a northerly di- i rection a n d over the s a m e route. | J A M E S L. W T v L L T N G , T o w n Clerk of the T o w n of Ea.«ton. ENDING THE AGON/ A certain w e a l t h y senator got Into a dispute . In Wush.ington.. _g;lth „& J i c W clerk a b o u t a difference of $1.20 Ir. his bill. A f t e r going Into every angle of the supposed overcharge for m o r e than n a hour, the senator gloomily paid tlie bill a n d w e n t tils way. Just a s lie passed out of the front door a tnotur ear tire out In front b l e w u p with n loud report like a pistol shot. T h e y o u n g hotel el.erk clnpped ills hands to his b r o w melodramatically, anil cried: - \(ioiid-niglit 1 T h e senator h a s shot himself I\ 1 G O O D - C O M L P A N Y If you h a v e a little fairy in y o u r h o m e , o r a big o n e for that matter, that’s just the pl^ce w h e r e a subscrip­ tion to T h e Y o U t h ’s C o m p a n i o n will fit in. W h e n the y o u n g folks bring Jiew acquaintances to the hou s e y o u are m i g h t y careful to find out a b o u t t h e n before' a d m i t t i n g t h e m to inti­ m a c y . In the s a m e w a y y o u should j n a k e sure -whether the m e n t a l friends that they m a k e t h r o u g h reading are of a kisid to inspire t h e m or to de­ stroy all the ideals y o u h a v e b e e n at so m u c h pains to implant. T r y T h e Youth's C o m p a n i o n for a year. S e e h o w qoickly it b e c o m e s a n indispens­ able m e m b e r of t h e household, o n e of unfailing-charm a n d c o n s t a n t inspirar- Ifcion. T h e 52 issu e s of 1925 w il l be i o w d c d w i t h serial stories, short tones, editorials, poetry, facts a n d fun. Subscribe n o w a n d receive: 1. T h e Y o u t h ’s C o m p a n i o n — 52 is­ sue;- in 1925. 2 A 11 i h e r e m a i n i n g issues of 1924. 3 T h e C o m p a n i o n H o m e C a l e n d a r forl02!>. ( S e n t only o n request.) All for S2.50. 4. Or include M c C a l l ’s M a g a z i n e , - the m o n t h l y authority on fashions. Both publications, o n l y $3.00. T H E Y O U T H ’S C O M P A N I O N , C o m m o n w e a l t h A v e . & St. P a u l St., Boston, M a s s . S u !»4'-uptions Received a t this Office. T O S T MORTGAGE FARM LOANS ON IMPROVED ILLINOIS & INDIANA LAUDS ...... .... WILLTNET INVESTOES \ --- The fields for speculation are myriad in number, t u t sine* the time of Babylon-—two thousand years before Christ- First Mortgage loans have stood preeminent for Bafety and liberality of yields. Recent investigators have discovered clay tablets on which were written mortgages similar to thoM used today, proving that this form of investment is th* oldest yet discovered. (For nearly 70 years this firm has been negotiating and selling First Farm Loans to satisfied inve«- I tors who are always pleased to speak a good word for I Goodell Farm Loans I C h o i c e list-of loans o n h a n d in a m o u n t s of $500, $1000, $1500, $ 2 0 0 0 n p w u f a A. GOODELL SONS COMPANY Capital and Surplus $130,000.00 Established 1855 Loda, Illinois. — -\-'if ' * ■4 ■ ‘-m •• ’t F A R M M O R T G A G E S A PROVEN INVESTMENT i We have negotiated first mortgages on real ; estate in Nebraska for forty-two years without 1 the loss of one cent of principal or interest to 1 any person investing in them. P E O P L E W H O H A V E . M O N E \ F O R I N V E S T M E N T S H O U L D A L W A Y S S E ­ L E C T T H E V E R Y B E S T S E C U R I T I E S . 1 Reference by Permission First National Bank of Greenwich I BILLS & CLIN E ( I N C O R P O R A T E D ) Investment Bankers Established 1HH1 Lincoln, Nebraska Incorporated 1920 V I S I T FITZGERALD’S RESTAURANT W H E N IN G L E N S F A L L S W.S. WILSON, Undertaker AUTO SERVICE - % I ’ll.•ui- in JStore mul Residence Of aut NOTICE TO CREnrr-ORS— Pursuant to on order of tho Hoa. Frederick FraseT, Sur­ rogate of the Cousaty of Washington, New York, notice is hor-ebp given to all persons bavins claims against John EL Rutledge, lato of tho own o f Oroenwich, in said Cotlnty, deceaBed. to present tho Bnmo with the vouchors fchoreof, to tho undersigned. Bxocators of tho Last \Will otc, of the said doccdont, at tlio offlce of Van Hess i and Bussell, Attys., i n the town and vil- ‘ laga of Greenwich ia said County, on or iefore the 21st day o£? March, 1925. Dated September 4, 1024, HOWARD J. RtJTLEDGE. CORNELIUS R RUTLEDGE, WILLIAM m RUTLEDGE, Executors. VanNess & Russell* Attys. for’ Exocutors. V NOTICE TO CREDITORS— Pursuant to an order of tho Hoa. pPredoriok Fraser, Sur­ rogate of the County of Washington, Now Vork, notice ie hereby given to all*porsons ItfFtvini? claims agniixst Diaries E. Btixr, Into l« f tho town of Oreenwich, in said County, peceftsed, to prosont tho samo with tho Ivoucheis theroof, to ttho undersigned, .Ad­ ministrator a of tho Goods, Etc.. of tbe said decedent, at the offico of VanKosa & Sue- soil, Attjs., in the Sown and village of Greenwich in said coudty, on or before tho 21fit day of Marchi, H925. Dated Sept. 8, 192ft. G E N I E 8, B U R R , ffLOBESNOB B. PATTENT, Administrators. VanNosQ & Russell, At-tys., For Administrators. ood kljld- j •th or Sa- • p;_ re James Jem, N.Y. idle Falla. >m house, tse, $1400. wich, N.Y. sidotice on lights and u* Inquire V ” - ttj. , • V.’i, V ’ O.--”' -•V --r^*- J NOTICE TO OREDXl’ORS— Pursuant to an ordor of the Hoa. Frederick ESrasor, Sur- rotate of the Oounty of Washington* New notice is hereby giren to all persons ifviJJlr claims Airainet ISavid 0. Fielding, lato ® ; tho town of Graenwloh, in said county, . deceived, to pi>«soixt Uie same with tho vnncnea*a thereof, to lluo undersigned, Extra- tor-/pf the last Will, -otc., of the paid de- tedeiit, liis offlwA t a the town and vil- lagfy'crf OreenuHcli in snid oounty. on or befOTO tke ifith day o( January, 1925. ft&ted June SO, L£2«, •* ’ BJUfcRT L. R U S S E L L , ■ ‘ * * Executor. » An Eye For A n Eye T h e r e is n o s u b s t i t u t e f o r a n e y e t h a t h a s f a i l e d c o m p l e t e l y . B u t t h e r e a r e l e n s e s t h a t c a n b e p u t i n t o u s e a n d ' c o n s e r v e f a i l i n g o r w e a k e n e d s i g h t . L e t u s e x a m i n e y o u r e y e s a n d p r o v i d e w l i a t is n e e d e d . “Service Station for Better Eyesight” o T inley W elldwton C o . INC. ~ O p t o m e t k is t s -O p t ic ia n s 4 5 3rd tSiTHEET T R O V N Y Buick C o n t i n u e s i t s Leadership For the seventh consecutive year Buick has first choice of space at the National Automo­ bile Shows. This signal honor is awarded annually by the National Automobile Chamber o f Commerce to the m anu­ facturer - member having the largest volume of business for the preceding twelve months. In winning and in maintain­ ing this enviable position year after year, Buick has demon­ strated conclusively tfrat the true value of any automobile is reflected in the consistency with which the public buys it. Since the introduction of the 1925 B u ick models, public patronage has increased to an even greater degree— A tribute to the Buick engineer­ ing skill and manufacturing ability that have provided newer and better Buick cars without departing in any way from the fundamentals of power, econo­ my and dependability for which all Buicks have been famous. MARK A. PETTEYS G R E E N W IC H , IN.Y. W H IN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD THEM X*! ■

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