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Wednesday, Jaijuaiy 11, 1922; : THE FREEMAN’S JOURNAL PAGE ELEVEN T LEGAL NOTICE 1 Waslibon, justice . . . . 45.4C Wirii). lesttl services;.'.,. 9.8E i wightman, schools' . . . . . 50.0( Welch, town clerk . . . . 54.4i o Backus,, Supervisor... 1J 9.44 Welclii cash paid o u t.. 8.21 Hoiightaling, blanks .. 6.0< Waite., printing ........ 13,5! j . Wt-l<>h &\• Son, mdso ____ 2.0! ifmthuck Tel. Co., calls %S'i LEGAL NOTICK *5.40 9.85 5.0,0.0 I for Mess.. . . . , ....... .:? i llucapitulution 16.92 ? 316.92 C. E. Thompson, highway superintendent ...... . ...... Geo, W. Fairchild, dam . --ages, crossing land ........ Peter Van WOer.t, board . hall ...... ----------------------- Peter VanWoert, feeB, Thompson, truant ml & Son, In- Fersiison, premium VapWoert, . fees. isstlcs & Health. il Accounts Audited .. . 315.00 '! 295.97 , 46.00 certify, that the above is a true 11 -.a£e.eanl£..-.cjalms_an<l sisma.nda. o the Town Board of Morri ;• criminal case ................. . ;H„ Jl-.. Bard & Son, 'ln- AY, J.L ’Qok, rent of land.. Ernest E. Smith, board meetings ■ ........... ........... . Ceylon Keith, ' ftasossor.,; John ’■ M. Slade, board i ' Bar HriV .•(ivember,.‘1921, and of the action id Board thereon, at Morris, N. Y., this 10th day r, 1921’. A. M. WELCH, Town Clerk. Chas. E. Thor MEW LISBON We, the undersigned, constituting a raa* ierity of the Town Board of the ToWn of New;1 Lisbon,. N. Y., do hereby certify that, •lie following is a true and correct ab.- himct of the names of all persons, who have plfebnted tPa said board accounts to be audited during, the year ending November 11, 1921, the amounts Claimed .by each of the said persons, and the amounts finally audited and allowed by us respectively Will E. Stafford, inspector,? Andrew Hearing, inspector ffii Barton, Inspector... . Lester Wilson, inspector . . Kume Turnbull, inspector <j! IC Harrington, inspector Thurlpw Sergents, fiispector Levi. George, 'inspootor , . John S. Davis, clerk of • election ................ . ......... Lynn J. Lill.ey, clerk of election .............. ............. L. G. Robinson, clerk of election ........ * .............. A rthur A. Popp, clerk of • election .......................... Frank Nearing, poll guard Petor Barton, hall, elect..- Chester Harrington, hall, election ...................... Nellie Reynolds, election — . suppUf^ ••• • ----- - ------ - j.imes Hall, board meet- Ni-Uie Reynolds, board meeting .................. . ....... ILnry L. Breese, Est., A V.. (’afleton, board meet- j .unes Ru.tlierford, board \S'uii h Gregory, assessor .. J’. l> Bloojner assessor .. .run. '. II ill, school .......... Andr v Nearing, school .. l. r i.,shop, school . . . . r K Harrington, school P, F Bishop, health of- Clalraeil Allowed Murdock, board ngs ......................... ' Op.OO Publishing Co., ■ ng 10.00 - 10.00 Publishing Co., nS notices, e t c . . . . 35.65 30.25 ¥5,452.58 ¥5.477.18 1 November 12', '1921. > f r a n k t a b e r . Supervisor, GEO. E. WHITE, JR. Civil Clerk. JOHN M. SLADE,\ ERNEST E. SMITH, PETER VAN WOBRT, FRED A. MURDOCK, Justices of the V TOWN OF OTSEGO We, the undersigned, constituting_a jorify of the Town Board of the Town of Otsego, N. Y„ do hereby certify tjiatj the following is a true and correct abstract^ of • names of all persons who have pre­ sented To said board accounts to be audited during the year ending Novembei**. 6th, 1920, the amounts claimed by each Tif the said persons and the amounts finally audit­ ed and allowed by us respectively, to wit: re Claimed Allowed E. Fish, assessor ,? 90.00 ¥ vllle SIbHy, assessor . 95.00 e E. Reynolds, assessor 385.00 385.00 . T. Burnell, inspector 28,00 28.00 1 John V. Tougher, inspector 28.00 28,00 Lucy T.-Kniskern, inspector 38.00 28.00 7 McEwan, inspector -28.00 28.00 Floyd Muni ford, inspector 28.00 1 Bessie T. Fuller inspegtor • 28.00 a H. Pierson, inspector f. Putnam, Inspector.. ThuthteBrlstol, Inspector. ' h .T o - IL i, Hr, Breese, Est, vital phord, overseer of Est., month- 104.00 20.50 ll.nry L. Breese, Est., sup­ plies-and postage 10.90 Mrs Helen Breese, hall . S.00 A. G. Parker, . com. of highways ................ .. ,. 1020.00 1020.00 Flor James Hall, highway ----- 800.00 30 Dated November 11th. 1921. -* JAMES HALL, Suporv NELLIE REYNOLDS, Town Clerk. JAMES RUTHERFORD, A. Z. CARLETON, r GEO. B. MYERS, * Justices of the Peace. TOWN OF ONEONTA We, jthe undersigned, constituting a m a ­ jority bf the Town Board of the Town of ’ Oneonta. Otsego, N. Y., do hereby certify that the following is a true and correct abstract of the names of all persons who have presented to said board nccounts to lie audited during the year ending Novem­ ber 1, 1921. the' amounts claimed by each of the said’ persons, and the amounts finally audited and allowed by us respectively, wit: N’ttm 28.00 ............... 41.20 - „Roberts, inspector -b28.0O ■ MorCy, inspootor... 10.00 Minnie Lennohacker,^ in­ spector ........ .. ........... '.... 28.00 eo. 0. Tumor, inspector. 18.00 Paul M, Thayer, inspector 28.00 !. W- O'NolI, inspector.. 2S.00 . John Wcdderspoon, in­ spector .... 28i00 Helon W. Atwell, Inspector . 28.00 Lynn Taylor, inspector 28.93 inspector.. 0.00 ’illlams, inspect. 22.00 Jones, inspector 28.00 Earl A. Tralnor. Inspector 28.00 E.. Reynolds,* Inspect. 10.00 Fannie ,M. Converse, In­ spector ....................... 28.00 klwnrd S. Brockham, in- : s s . « s Add ft- N.1 Jo In- 28.00 18.00 28.00 28.00 28.00 28.00 28:98 0.00 22.00 28.00 28.00 10.00 28.00 28.00 LEGAL NOTICE Joseph F. Wicks, town clerk’s bond ........... ........ Har^y H. Willsey, school director / Robert R. Converse, ovor- r of the poor ....... . A. Clark, overseer' the poor .............. :. Crist Co,, pub. dog t. Crist Co., printing essmeiit roll notices..-* • A, ,H, C’rist Co., pub, a-b- -stract town accounts,. , .8. Crist Co., plib, H. B. ■& M, Report .............. .. .. H. 'Crist Co.,, printing copies town a b s tr a c t.. Joseph, F. Wicks, toyn board meetings H. Elderkin, town board meetings .... ........ eorge J, Vttnderwerker; town board1 m e etings... • D, Curtis,., examin* ing 'Oaksvlllo bridge.. ttrold' p. Carpenter, - town board .meetings \ Elderkin. e Heufy D. Follett, assessor I Hall, assessor ........ Fred Patrick, assessor,,,, . P. Bishop, M. D„, health ollioer ......... V, A. BTtlley, town clerk. r, a . Bailoy, vital sta­ tistics '............ . ------------- A. Bailey, . expense account ................ W. A. Bailey, building boothB ' .......... ., D, Beardslee, supervisor D. Beaidsli-e, disburs­ ing school1 money ........ D; Beardslee, disbursing town funds ................. . D. Beardslee, expense account Lou Ella Collier, rent, of vn hall ....................... Ella Collier, supplies i’tcli W aterman, truant L, Chapin, justice of i I., Winn, legal .service lOalcsville bridge , . D. Curtis, town board meetings . .......... J. p. Whipple, town board Wilbert E. Parker,, putting up. and taking down booths and guard rails, ■ Geo. H. Mitchell, trucking voting machines' ........ . Charles-W. Allen, general clqrk........................... ....... booths and guard rail1, .. . Dana Whipple, super-, lsor. See. 110 High-- way Law ......... , ................ oseph F. Wicks, town clerk. Sec. 110 Highway oseph F. Wicks, town Eleo- - i Law . J. DANA WHIPPLE, ‘v Supervisor. JOSEPH F, WICKS, Town Clerk. GEO. J. VANDERWERKER, S. H. ELDERKIN, D. D. CURTIS, ' _ ^ HAROLD' D. CARPENTER, Justices of the Peace Claimed Allowed. 181.55 ¥ 181.55 10.30 16.30 LEGAL NOTICE 40.00 52.00 52.00 ■the. . aiiKMints claimed by each of the said ins, and the amounts finally 'audited allowed by us respectively, to wit: ' Name Claimed Allowed Chas. Rury, truant officer.?. 22.40 ¥ 22.40 A. EobbSiis, vital statistics .1.00 .1.00 ra Riira-; storing and. put- j. ting up booths ............... 6,00 S.00 l'a Rimy, rent of polb* lng pl«co ........... 25.00 25,00 Vomon Becker, rent of poll- liv-g place . . . . . . . . i 25.00 25,00. I J, Snyder, vital sta ­ tistics. - ....... 1.5.0 1,50! J. Snyder, date town clerk .14.00. 14.0.0 ,’11 lard Gillette;, M. D. health- officer 86.20 86.20 .officers’ bond's- , 53.40 46.00 ohii G-illett, overseer of poor ....... 12.00 12,00 loF’ores t Allen, assessor ,, 60.00 60.00 Snyder, poll and W, A. Bailey, f way law ,,. W. H. Todd, ji * ? 987.23, ¥ 987.23 Certify' that the foregoing is a rrect copy of accounts audited a H°ard, now dn file ih e November 10, 1921. TOWN OF PLAINFIELD Abstract of the names of .all persons who .presented Accounts to be audited by , the ■Board of Town Auditors of the Town ol iPlalnfleld, N. Y., on the tenth day of No­ vember, 182.1, with amounts claimed -and amounts allowed. . B. Weatherly, inspect Fred N. T-erpenlng, ipsp... Frank Bisseli, Inspeptor,. Lee O. Parish,-inspector.. B. G. Ackley, gen. elee... A. F. Brown, gen. -elee... F. L. Brlghlman. gen. elee. - Claude Taylor, gen. elee. .. Ernest E. Smith, getl. clerk ■ An nil L. Downic, gen, clerk Vida E. Taylor, gen. clerk Geo. E. White, Jr., highway I t ' L. Dakin, rent of poll­ ing place ........................ Geo. Rous,’ work for town IVm. P. Abbott, constable Frank Rous, work for E. L. Hall, • damage to • propef ty ........................ . ' Chas. Bingham, work for ■ Frank Taber, highway ... Geo. E. White, Jr., vital statistics R. . Hotaling, work for G. C. Chapin, work for Justin Smith, work and supplies • ............ .. . . ......... Dr. O. C. Tarbox, vital statistics ----- - _ F. A. Murdock, fees, crim­ inal- cases .......................... - .S. G. Pomeroy, salary, iiied, School Dr. .... t . . , Frank Taber, school fund Lynn -St, John, work for O. C. McCrum, ‘table ; . . . . N. Y, Static Ga-s & iSlect. Co., street lights .......... Claimed Allowed r$ 32.50 ¥ 32.60 32.60 32.50 ( 32.50 10.00 . 10.00 10.00 < 10.00 H. Michaels, inspector Alice M. Lounsbury, in­ spector .......................... Charles Krnmcr, inspector \T-len M. Davidson, in­ spector ........................ Charles I,. W alr*th, in- speetor ............ Eilzabetli Patterson, in­ spector .............................. Mabel T. MeEwan, general Lillian E. Basinger, gen-\ eral clerk ........................ Margaret A. Murphy, gen­ eral clerk .............. S. ICnlskern, general clerk .................................. Harold D. Carpenter, gen- reil I,. Kane, general Liflian Cooke, general clerk Willielmlna Turner, gen- Bessle L. White, gen* Parolyn B, Carley, gen- .. Brady, general D. Gilmore, gen- Henlth Name Floyd J. Atwell, health officer ............... ¥ Chas. To Cooke, dlsinfect- Ghas. A. Scott, supplies for health officer .................. Joseph F. Wicks, vital sta- - .tistlcs ........................ A rthur H. Crist Co., pub. abstract board of health ¥ 252,85 ¥ 252.85 Dated November 11, 192L J. DANA' WHIPPLE, ' Supervisor. • 1 . JOSEPH F. WICKS. - Town Cleric. D„ D. CURTIS, - GEO. J.. VANDERWERKER, . S. H. ELDERKIN. HAROLD DX'flARPENTER, Jujkuces. of the Peace, TOWN OF OTEGO Wc, the undersigned, constituting a ma­ jority of the Town Board of the. Town of Otego. N, X . _do hereby certify th a t tjie following Is a true anil correct abstraot of the names of all persons who have pre­ sented to said board -accounts to bo audited during the year ending November 10, 1921, the amounts claimed by each of tho said ^mounts finally audited respectively, to wit: _ Claimed Allowed IVifrox plae Pub. 10.00 40.90 W. D. Brown, ballot clerk John Rogers, ballot clerk HC. F. Gates, justice - of the peace ....................... A. H. Bassett, Justice of the peace ................... W, L, Davis, justice of S. E, Armstrong, justico of the peace ......................... J. NI. Welch, assessor ---- Herbert Rogers, assessor.. L. W. Davis, a s s e s s o r ........... Dr. Stephens, health of­ ficer ................................... Dr. Stephens, vital sta- . tistlcs ................... . ......... ’H. M. Matteson, vital statistics 1 ......................... Lynn Clarke, repairing tool W.' l ! Holilridge, town sup- -‘’erintendcnt ......... ! A, W. Browgjf-'disbursing highway funds .............. H. At. Matteson, highway . allowance ........................ H. M. Matteson, trip to Morris to buy tracto r .. W. L. Holdrldge, trip to Morris ................... Atndflcah Surety'Co., prem. Vi. Brown, supervisor . YV. Brown, disbursing School fund ...................... American'Surety Co„ prom. on bond ............ .. . M. Matteson, town elk, H..M. Matteson, town halt, D .'Bt Wing, school direct. M. Armstrong, school L. M. Crandall, overseer „ the poor .................... L. M. Crnndnll, truant #f- LEGAL NOTICE 1. D; Finch, carrying tial- l . S.. Dickson, carrying ballots ......... . ...... •. • • ih n a . Muiford1, rent' of hall ........ _____ V. Hi Sission,, rent of hall/- \ ----------- ’ Lakin, rent of laall C.PIbse' Co,, r-ent ■ hall ..................... ... Bruce Lafcih,. justico of Falrbanlc, Jtistica he peace ........ ..i;, Falrhank, justice, of 'larence Marks, b-alkt clerk 'has. Fier, poll i Irving Brown,..inspector of , d ^ Judson, inspector' ill.'. Pitts, . inspector- elfectlon . ; ........ William Stringer, inspector o l e ie-dtlon . . . . . . ' --------- Llrnaril Hoose, inspector o f election ...................... Eiamot A. Mabie, .inspector o f election 7... Orson Hartom, inspector o f , el -ection ...................... Qra. ' ItUry. inspector of E. Hcrtiert Mabie, inspector1 o f e lec tio n . Ti’wlng Brown, school di- LEG A L NfOT.ICE 30.00 100,00 H. Y. . ,L, Youmans: booths^ ...... , plaiting up ). Hanford, assesso: D. Hanford, bond . . Flaesch, bond .. . I, Jirtmfrinnce- brush -............ ......... Standard. L. H. P. Co., ..lights. .................. Unadilla Silo Co., printing Unailillpi Times, printing. C. E; Hotaling, supplies Williamson Law Book. Co., supplies ..................... .. .... . A. J. Fairbank, school di- R. H. Feller, school di- H. H. Qulmby, town su(iL 1 H. Quimby/expense .. A. Webb, '^onstable.... L.. Hitt, justico or the L E G AL N O T ICE G, Shafer, money paid OUt ... .... . . ... y David Starkweather, -scliool , '\school election dlfec Henderson, Bragg, h o u s e ■,. • Worcester Grange store election .house Geo. L. Baldwin,;- tow; ■ house .................... • • • East Worcester Fire Dep! election house .J. ........ E. J,. Babcock, rent ........ Frank DeLancey, guard a polis .......... . Alex. Buispn, guard il . E. Vredenbufg, i MitcheU, gei j-Hii ro 1 -!- B,-;l i-w; j LI: Lifhjpnn,' fliadys Sehut Faneher, ■11a Hittu 26.00 4#—, 26.00 Hoose, school R.. J. Smith, disbursing town money .................... 3 It. L ^ S m ith , disbursing, schoa^i money .......... ’ 3 R. J, Sm ith, supervisor .. 2 R. J. Smith, highway al- lownmco- ........................ S, B, Hartwell, assigned by Chns_ Dailey, late jus­ tico of tho peace........... 1 Isaac Countryman, justice ■of tfeie peace .................. 2 Frank Torpening, justice of tho ipeaee .................... 'DcSrson Jones, Supt. of High, ways .............................. 71 binnrd Hoose, damages .. I P.ot)nldi Chamberlain, dam- Dorson Jones, expenses.,. I ¥1,7! , E. Butler, putting u; booths ................... .. -BTTZ Hitt, erim matters, Dickson, sup'ervisoi Wm. Robin, assessor...,, 'm. Dickson, Sec. 110 H VV. Law ........... .. M. Cowles, R. R. Com 'o. I. Huftalen, town dor] eo. I. Huftalen, H. W, Law ........... .......... oward Smith, inspector J. H.. Riishton, inspoetor._. H. E. Jordon, inspcctor.'f* D. Rusliton,, Inspqct. TOWN OF WESTFORD , ..the underslgne-d, constituting a ma­ jority of the Town Board of tli,e Town ol Westforil, Otsego County,. N. Y.,' do here- certify that the following Is a true anc reet abstract of th e names of all por- s who have prosontod to said board nts to be audited during the year < N % ember 10, 1921,, the amounts claimed by each of the snlcl persons, and t mounts finally audited and allowed by : s p e c 11 v e 1 o,_ \yltr-. Name Claimed Allowed Webb Chamberlain, inspect- o :1 allowed H. M. Bard & Son, ponsntion Insurance ___ ¥ 283.00 ¥ 2S3.0( Chas. E. '■Houghtnling, health officer’s b o o k .... 7.20 ‘ 7.2J Village of. Otego, rent poll­ ing place ............................ 30.00 30.0i C. C. Conner, rent poll­ ing placo ............................. 40.00 40.0- C. C. Conner, registrar .. 32.42 32.4 Redlngton, lighting lighting 1.80 polling, place Farmers 111.1 g. -A ing place .. .. Villnge of Co 200.00 76.00 Floyd . J Atwell, Agt. for Carrie B. Atwell, polling Place .................. .. 2. Lynn' Taylor, \trans­ porting ballot boxes a jd election supplies Robert R. Converse, storage booths and ballot boxes Geo. J. Vanderwerker, put­ ting up and taking down -booths and guard ra i l . . ewis E. Fish, putting up and taking down booth* and guard rail .............. Floyd -J. Atwell, A ft. for Carrie B, Atwell, put* . ting up and taking down booths 7......... First Nat. Bank, vault storage, election supplies 3qo. H. Mitchell,, itrans- 'porting booths and ballot boxes and election sup- larold D. Carpenter, jus­ tice of the peace fees.. 3eo. J. Variderwerker, justice of peace fees.. F r td . S. Williams, sheriff, feed 1 ......... . . ......... Fred S, Williams, sheriff, feek Eugene Holbrook, of tho poor .................... R. W. Ford, vital sta­ tistics ............................... Georgia Conner, town elk. Georgia Conner, town elk.. Georgia Conner, town clerk Charles Bouck, justice ----- Edward Van Deusen, ju*- V tlce ................................... Win: C. ShermAn, jus- » Wm. C. Sherman, jus-. Rural Times, printing ___ Charles Hamilton, assessor Charles Hamilton, assessor A. D. Anrtable, attend- Pauline Fuller,, clerk Sarah Redlngton, clerk . -• May B. Reymore, clerk .. Raymond Redlngton, clerk Geo. D. Bundy, inspector Winnifred Bundy, inspector Austin L. Goodrich, i n ­ spector ............ -V. S. Fuller, inspector .. Nina B. Bundy, inspector B. Ward Squire, inspector A. W. Bailey, inspector.. A rthur FMnt, inspector,. . R. C. Hunt,, supervisor... R. C. Hunt;, supervisor . .. R C. Hunt, supervisor ., R. G. Hunt, supervisor . •• R. C. Hunt, supervisor .. LS.54 _ 44.00 50.00 ¥1,6 10.00 10.00 10;00 9.95 36.31 1.00 28.00 9.06 30.32 2.00 12.00 6,72 66.72 2.26 92.26 6.23 5.23 0.00 160,00 0.40 ¥1,610.48 painting S. G. Pomoroy, salary, health officer . . . . . . . . . . Frank Taber, money paid gen. fund ............ . Demeree & Rlldy, hard- 1 ware, etc v . . S, A. Shepljsxd, overseer of poor .............. . Gap. E. White, and supplies1 W. E, Bentan, S. iNp Y. Power C ■■ ' lights, W. O. ----------- - S G. Pomeroy, • vital star , tistlcs: , * . , . . . , ........ Cliauncey Bous, work for . toaih- ........ ■Geo:’ H. White, Jr., election . expenses: . .. ..................... Harry Cook, work for t^wn- B N. Y. Power Co., Ope- ■ onta pi., lighting.1, . .7 vt 1, Barron Ferguson, work for town ........ .. Williamson Law Book Co., supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s G. Pomeroy, *exp; health officer .......... . s- N. Y. Powor Co„ lights, town hall ■pfiks. E. Hotaling; sup­ plies .......... .. ........... . Geo. a Whlto, Jr., board meetings Charles T. Cooke, stable’s fees . . . . ; . Dafiiel Chapman, Louip E. Wa services .......... Abigail M. Clinton, steno­ grapher, cnm. case ........ Walter Wilson,, collector, postifgg'' UTR1 notices.. s Matthew Benoer & Co.. justice's manuals and M. F. Augur, justice's . d o c k e t ana criminal blanks ............. — io.oo' 80,00 2.60 2.50 3 13 1,123,13 Chas. T. Cooke: constable's George J. Vanuerwerker. justice's bona . . . . . . . . . A, H. Clark, R. R. Com- tnisaioner ...... John E. Taylor, school di­ rector • .......• S. N. Y. Bffwer & Ry. Corp., rent of toWii house ................... ........... George H. Carley, ren t ot dog • pound M. F. Augur, town hoard \■ SUPpHoS: ........ . Freeman’S Journal, tidy: ahd publishing hOUoes..'b 5.00 . lL3jfe 6.00 5,ao; 5:00 5,00 5.00 9.00 9.00 4.00 4.00 tfOiOO , 90.00 48.00 48.00 4,61 4.61 Dated November 10, 1021. GEORGIA GONJSER, J Town Clerk. SHERMAN BURDICK, DeWITT SOUTHARD, WILLIAM C. SHERMAN, EDWARD VAN DEUSEN, Justices of the Peace. TOWN OF PITTSFIELD Abstract of the names of all persons who presented accounts to, be audited by tho Board of.. Town Auditors of the Town of Pittsfield, N. Y.. on the tenth day of No­ vember 1921, with the amounts claimed, together with the amounts allowed. Name' ■' ClaStaed. Allowed merican Surety Co.. Supt. school bond. ......... ? American Surety Co., Supt, highway .bond '- . v 18.64 18.54 American Surety Co.) Supt. \ collector’s bond .... Frank Hayward, overseer the- poor .......... ....... L, C. Van Wagner, M. D. vital statistics . A. Hammond, M, D., yital statistics . . . . . . . . OHehn Patrick, late overseer Glenn Carpenter, criminal i constable .. — ................ Berij. Davis, election clerk Eugene Card, election clerk s Mayne, inspector... Jason Peck, inspector ... Floyd Matteson, inspector 28.00 ' 28.96 Ray L. Chapin,- retiring inspector . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thos. Hall, school -director ChaB W. Matteson, school director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.00 10.00 Eugene Card, justico of H e r 18.0s 15.00 30.00 18.0 ¥1,678.42 ¥1,669.52 A. W. BROWN,-J 1 H. M. MATTESON. Town Clerk. II. F. GATES, A. H. BASSETT. W. L. DAVIS, Justices of tho Pcaco. TOWN OF UICIIFIELD . i. Hip undersigned, constituting a ma- f of the Town Board of the Town of Mehflehl, N. Y.. do hereby certify that the ielloivlng is a true and correct abstract of \Ttio names of all persons who have pre- si-Iitert to said Board nccounts to be. audited during the year ending November 10, 1921, llie amounts cialnted by each of the said1 persons, and the amounts finally audited ind allowed by us respectively, i;arne 1 ja im e d Vlowel It. F. Broeltwny, assessor.? 12G.00 ? 126.00 II. F. Baker, assessor 126.00 126.00' E. N. Johnson, assessor.^ 120.00 meetings .......................... 15.00 V. A. Cameron, town board , meetings .......................... 15.00 Harrison Peckham, town board meetings meetings .......... JI. E. Brace, tow Garrett Robinson, town hoard m e e tings................ ari L. Jones, inspector .. >lin McGrath, inspector., eo. E. Bigelow, inspector Cectlia Leary, inspector.. Katherine T. Gallagher, In- F. B. Gotchel, Inspector.. S. Pierce, inspector... Lawrence Dugan, inspector . Ames, Inspector.... . G. Andrus, inspector Silas H. Conklin, gen. clerk Fred Brenner, gen. clerk Thos, P. Seaton, geri. clerk John D. Williams, poll­ ing place” ............... . . . . : , Maurice Brownell, polling Irs. John \'Finn polling place .............. . C. Peckharo, critfdnal justico .......... .. ................. .. Sarney Dickinson, con­ stable ................ ............. . Fred Groth, constable,-,. E. Brace, custodian.. . . Mungor-Ackerly Co., print- W alter'W emple, t&x receipt postage ............. - • • American Surety Co., col­ lector's bond H arry Derrick, overseer of 100.30 9.00 11.60 60.80 36.74 39.50 33.00 100.36 9.06 11.66 r. A. Cameron, highway salary ... r.. A. Cameron, per diem and elections .......... ). R. Atkins, truant ..... of­ ficer ............ ....... t. Board of Health J i.- A. ' Ward,” health of* H. A. Ward, yjltal1 sta- F, F. FpX, V. A. CAMERON, 2.50 27.25 , 27,26' ¥2,030.73 ¥2,030.73 Supervisor, Town Clerk. Chas, C,f Perkins, iustlco of the poaco ............ ............ •Chas^C. Perkins, criminal jiihtico .................... .. TRcte. . E lllolt, justice of tke pcaco ........ 21.0 21.0 C. E. GOODALE, HARRISON PECKHAM, r f Justices of the Peace, TOWN OF ROSEBOOM Dnlc-d Novoml)pr R. J. SMITH, Supervisor. HAROLD SIMMONS, TovJri Clerk. ISAAC COUNTRYMAN, FRANK TERPENING, Justices of the Peace. TOWN OF SPRINGFIELD Vie, tin- undersigned constituting a Jorliy of the .Town Board of tho Town of Sprlngrfii'ld. N, Y.,, do hereby certify that lodloiving is r_ tjruo and correct abstract lh«n names of alt the persons who have presented to said Board accounts tc te,d during the year ending, Nov. ,' the amounts claimed tsy ^each of said nns, and the amounts finally audited allowed by us respectively, to wit: ■him McRorle, boaa'd ......... $ W. Young, town board o. H. Bassinger, town A. Mixer, tew a beard.. W. Smith, town board M. Smith, town board.. It. . smith, highway al- Claimed Allowed 12.00 EngeM, Engell. highway highway FriiiiEs Wikoff. overseeca-of . O. Smith, truant of- ui-r, salary........................ W. Swanson, health vital sta- A . vital sta­ tist les — AlelvEn McRorit tistlcs .............. El. 1>_ Carpenter, crltn... Barney Dlckinsotk crjai. F. Vi?'. Smith, crim inal.. S'. S. Ujlli.uns\ crim ........ Melvin MdRorle, t d u LN. Branch, R. IC., eli-etlon, polling place.. Fnm l:, Wikoff, pdiling pla.ee ............... — . .......... Harlow Van Duseii, insp. W alter YVilmont, in s p .. ,.. F. m . Branch, in s p ... ----- Fenton Borst, insp. ........ •Geo, H. Basinger, c lerk .. Garriy Wilmoht, clerk i . . . F. W» Sm ith, inspector.. IC. C. Gros, insp r . .. Xhonaas Conpaughton, insp. Jas. Clarke i insp-. ............ ^ Itnzo McRorffe,. insp.. . . , H arry ICelley, insp. ----- - < \ IC. Branch, assessor... Mcnzio McRoric, assessor,. George W. English, assessor Molvin MeRorie, election oxgieiises . . . . . . . . . . . . ---- 33.00 24.00 .24.00 18.60 36.26 24.00 18.00 18.50 L. Yoi , justiei 110. 0 10.00 i ¥4,077.21 •J.1 K. Tyler, inspoctor-.... Shellie, Inspector. Gy'/N. Roberts, inspector. . nmes Vi. Bostwlclt. gen­ eral/ clork .......... - ......... urnest Sisum, general clerk .......... . .............. . G. Tyler, town clerk. . Ersklne Acker, guard ........ Earing, guard. . . Wm. H. Roberts, justice of the pence ................ -vin Nash, justico of poace It. Holmes, Justico of ’. G. Tyler, town c lo rk .. ,ee MeRorie. suporwlsor.. John P. Lynn, assessor... H. Roseboom, assessor F. W. Cummings, nssossor George W. Skinner, town superintendent .............. oe MeRorie, supervisor. . . ivilo Holmes, school d i ­ rector .. j . . . . . . . - .......... . J. Skeltle, school di- George A. Sloan, hoa-lth of- Ueorge N. Roberts, atlend- ofllcer ........ ........... Herman Stevens, town Lee MeRorie, supervisor, disbursing school money Lee McRorle, genoral fund supt., report 26.00 ? 26.00 26.00 20.0 r Bruce inspector.. Mu'lter, inspector. Harold J. Bellow, inspector Lose M. Snyder, insp ..:.. Ilmina B. Snyder, inspect, A*. Mitchell, assessoi Ketnie McCabe, assessor.'. . Shafer, elections.... . Shafer, town clerk. . cesler Times, printing II. Davison, justice H. . Davison, justice Frank M. Snyder, .justice of peace............ .. ................. H. J. Bellow, justice of peace ............................... E. J. 'Babcoqk, justice of *ie peace .................... R. Hadsell, fees .......... P, R. Hadsell, supervisor. R. Hadsell. higljwa-y 28.00 47.78 ’ 28.001 28,00. . - Hoiner Wlnchell, .. highways .......... L. D. Smith, inspe 250.00 250,00 . of ¥5,248.90 ¥3,2' vrmber 19, 1921. ?' P. R. HADSELL. Supervisor.. G. G. SHAFER, Town Clerk. HAROLD J. BELLEW, .C. H. DAVISON, E. J. BABCOCK, FRANK M.* SNYDER, Justices of the Peace. , LEGAL NOTICES 24.00 ' 24.00 24.00 48.00 62.00 56.00 24.00 24.00 48.00 52.00 56.00 F. G- Tyler 5.5^ ^ ^ ■' <4 ' 5.50 5.50 9^.33 ' 96.3S 35.00 35.00 63.00 32.00 32:°oo IS.00 26.50 18.00 20.50 4.69 ■1.69 9.00 9.00 ,817.32 ¥1.817.32 ' ?2,S!f0.21 ¥2,590.21 ivember 10, 192i. F. W. SMITH, ■ Supervisor. MENZO MoRORIE, •Town Clerk. ’ TV. W. YOUNG, . GEO. ,H. BASINGER, H. A. MIXER, F r e d w . s m i t h , • / Justices of the Reace. TOWN OF UNADILLA \We the undersigned, ’ the Board Toivii Auditors of said Town, do hereby, tertify th a t the following is ah abstract of the narhes of all persons who have pre­ sented to said Board, accounts to lpe audit­ ed; tho amount claimed by., each of said persons, and the amounts finally audited to thiem respectively, to w it: A - We, the: Undersigned, constituting a jorlty of the Town Board of the Town- of Roseboom. N, Y.; do hbreby oertify th a t tho (^following is a truo and correct abstraot o f tho i/amcs of all hergonk Who liavo. (fro-1 --- , -------------- —erk,, sented TO sijjd board accounts to b<5 audit-1 Cora' Eoekwood, c l e r k ----- ed durlSff tho ycttr ending November, 1621,1 leuiso MoLagan, lhspoctor Mlmnle Root, .inspootor^,. • D. El. Youmans, Inspector W. X Birdsall, - inspector.. R, Ddoore, clork .VS Cha^, Connelly, .inspector, f Helen Cutler, clerk . . . . . . E. II. H alt, inspector. . . , Loo Murfehy, inspector . , . . R. JT. Wilkinson, inspector' K ate McClellon, c le r k ,. ,. Wm_ Borden, inspector A, J . Leed, .inspector.,,. Jossde B. Leed, elerk . . . . i , i^ltophon Hait, inspector.. W. B. Hanford, c l e r k \ B, t , . Hitt, c l e r k ....... It. 3 j . M. Neufeld, insp.,. J. ®. Judson, inspootor.. B. EVI. Conrad, Inspector. „ H. ® . Hanford, inspector,, E. H . Coploy, inspector.. O. IN. W aters, inspector.,, B; Ai, Shaifer, inspeoto,r,. n i_ i Van- Alstlne, o i r a ' tT ‘ - * ' - 10.00 10.00 10.00 32.00 10,00 io,6o 10,00 32.00 •22,-Otf' 49.18 32.00 36.00. . ,32.00 28.10 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 20.00 10.00 3nt(-d November TO. 1921. LEE JMoRORIE, Supervisor. F. 0. TYLER, Town Clerk. LEON ROBERTS, W. H. ROBERTS, TV. R. HIOLMES, IRVlh* NASH, Justices of the Peace. TOWN OF\ WOKCESTER SVe, the uniierslgned, constituting a m a ­ dly of the Town. Board of the Town of urcester, N. Y., do hereby certify th a t r following Is a: true and correct ab- ■net «f the it!iii20s of all persons who vi- presented to sntd board accounts tc audited during the year ending Novem- r 11, 1921, the a -mounts claimed by each the said persons, nnd the amounts final- auditeil and allowed by us respectively, Name F E. J. Babcock, ren t $ Addison Fanclier, truant of- L. J. Barnes, * surety bond J. S. Waterman, surety Demert Kniffen, overseer of. poor ....... - ............ C, H. Davison, justices E. J. Babcock, justice fees Frank Snydor; justico fees Homer Wincheli, supt of highways ......... - ............. : Lester ' Bruce, Inspector, J. S. Waterman, Insurance J. S. Waterman; compensa­ tion insurance . ............ Clarence^ Hall, erecting boothsr ‘ j.-.-, . . . . . . , i . . . . E. • J . Babcock, justice e application of Ter- • unuer m e waters of Otsego Lake. Before the' Commissioners of tho Land Office of the State of New York. - , TAKE NOTICE that the undersigned will on the 25tli day o r January. 1922, make an application to the Commissioners of the * - ad Office for a grant of lands under wa- s hereinafter described. Any person ....m lng himself liable to injury by-said grant, should before said day file with sum -ommlssioners at the office ot tho Secretary f State in tho Capitol in Albany, a remon- jrdnce. stating his reasons for opposing said grant. Tho lands under water above mentioned re hounded and described s*jj follows, to All that piece or parcel of land lying un- ,e r tho waters, of Otsego Lake, now par- tliitly filled In and constructed upon, in the Town of Otsego, County of Otsego and State ot Now York, bounded and described as ' Hows: , , , Etcglmring-at an Iron pipe in the original ‘ high water, of Otsego Lake, said iron thence along the original line of high wa­ ter N. 15 degrees—46’E. 90.16 ft. to. an Iron pipe, thence N. 26 degrees—-OS* -20” E. 36.38' ft. to nn iron pipe, thence N. 1 de­ gree— 08’-40”W. 32.94 It. to an iron pipe a t tho southerly side of a frame building, ' e N. ,,20 degrees— iS’-50” E. 16.10 ft. stake a t the northorly side of said frame building, thenco N. SO degrees—15’- 16\ R_ 16.05+ ft.- to it point In the boun­ dary line between the lands of Pj.W. Cope- lanil nnd the lands of E tta L. Shults, thenco leailng the original line of high w ater nnd running along said boundary line produced S 51 degrees 30’ E. 40.49 ft. to a point, thence S 18 degrees—39' W. 167.60 ft. to a point, thence N. 71 degrees 21* W. 42.65 ft. to the place Cf beginning containing 0.186 ncres of land more or less. All bearings are referred to a meridian Which gives the bearing of the boundary line between the lands of Ettffi' L. Shults and the lands of P. W. Copeland as N, 51 degrees—201' TV. as shown on a map pre­ pared by Alt. A. L. Easlngwood. All elevations are referred to the U. S. G. S. Datum. . < The lands of the undersigned applicant adjacent to 4he.Jan.Is applied for are hound­ ed norther.y by lands of Etta L. Shults, e westerly by lands ot Amos Bisseli. souther­ ly hy lands of Charles A Ehle and Ger­ trude Scott Ehle and easterly by lands un­ der the water of Otsego Lake nnd for which application is being made for ajgrant there* Davison, justice E. J. Babcock, justico fees F. M. Snydor, jtistico fees. II. J. Bellow, justice fees Janies R. ’McDuff, justice Wm:. Cook, constahlc ........ Matthew Bender & Co., supplies ....... ... M. H, Nichols, meaical at­ tendance .......... . Chas. E. Houglitalipg, sup­ plies W. H. French, health ing , M. H. Nichols, health officer' ................ .. .. ,Wm. Elwollj overseer of . the poor ....... ................ F. E. Bolt, births and deaths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Waterman, Insur- I,. Baldwin, keeping aimed 15.00 ! Allowed 5 15.00 37,60 50.00 37.50 56.00 53.00 58.00 1.00 , 1^,00 3.60 3.70 14.40 3.60 _ ■ 3.70 135.0o', 135.00 6.15 325.63 6.15 90.00 90.00 1.00 1.00 3..00 2.90 3.00 2.90 3,05 . 3.05 2.70 2.70 ■ 4.00 26.40 4.75 4.00 26.40 4.75 13.10 1.36 8:30 1.35 8.30 43.50 .. <3.50 18.00 2.00 3.50 18,00 2.00 , 3.50 181.60- 147.79 181.60 147.79; 10.00 io.oo 26^.00, . 262.00- 29,71* 29.71 13.50 i3.50 ’243:72 24.3.72 . AOSU _ — 6.00 3.00 54.25 3.00 64.26 the undersigned applicant nr,J by Ot­ sego Lake; that said adjacent lor.ds of the occupant are actually occurled by apptl- I t 't s the intention of the undersigned to appropriate said lands under water to his beneficial enjoyment by filling in the same and, or erecting -thereon the following per­ manent structures, docks or buildings, viz: piles, supports,' structures, piers, slips, boat houses, docks, bulk heads, retaining struc- • tures, buildings, dry docks, basins and oth­ er Improvements. ' ■ Dated December 12, 1921. PERC1VAL TV. COPELAND, - - Applicant. Coolfe & Basingef, Clark Mills, New York, Attorneys for Applicant, Office and R. O. Address, . , Masonic Btbck, Cooperstown, N. y - r.v.-c. “Is your boy Josh now a #vage- earn e r ? ” “I won’t say exactly th a t.” replied F a r m e r ,-' Corntossel, “H e „* draws wages, buj; ’tain’t my Opinion th a t he earns ’em;”^W a shingtffii Star. v. \Tire worst is yet to pome ? \ \Yes V* “Yes, I«hear t h a t even lollypops are- to be prohibited on account of th e stick in them.”— W ayside Tales. U. S. Government W arns Farm e rs About Disease Caused by R a ts They carry Bubonic p lague, f a t a l to hum an beings. They carry foot and m o uth disease, which is fatal to stock. They kilt chickens, e a t grain, pause de­ struction td property, if you have rats BAT SNAP will kill them . Cremates ra t s after killing them — leaves no smell. Comes in cakes, ready f o r use. Three sizes, 35c,: 65o,. $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by DAVID B. DOEN; H. L. BBAZEE, rATARRH o f nose or throathroat r t is al­ w a y s made more Endur­ able, sometimes greatly benefited, by :Vidks vapors.' A p p ly up the nostrils—m elt in a spoon and inhale vapors. .

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