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HEl^PS FOR | HOMEMAKERS v. , A******************* i.iliy J'rfparcd For the Journal ami Republican. ports Ensembles Indulge in Bold Color Contr&sJ Yellow cheviot featuring 1 modernis- tic design in red, describes this strik- ing sports outfit. Several style themes register in this swagger fall model, firstly the favor shown for Spanish colorings, nextly, the modernistic trend in the general scheme of design, thirdly the matching scarf which U supposedly to complete most every ^pbrts costume. • • • • Keeping Curtains In Proper Shape Here is an idea for keeping your ~ince or scrim, or Swiss curtain* clean: Make one extra pair when you make the curtains. Then each week or each two weeks as necessary, take down one pair of curtains that are begin- rang to look soiled, and put up the ex- -rra pair instead. Wash the sotted pair and have them -ready to put up at another,window the next week or the second week after as necessity Indi- cates, so that another soiled pair can be washed. Thus you have always clean curtains, you never have more tTian one pair to wash at a time, and you do not have that ugly spectacle of a curtainless house for three or four days while the curtains are laundry* ing. The only hitch in this plan is that your windows may not all be the same length. In this case you would have to have all the curtains made for the longest window, And then when they were used on the shorter windows you could turn over an extra fold and baste it in- at the top, or you could have two extra pairs, one for the short windows and one for the longer ones. Either way would work out satisfact- orily. • • • • Green Pea Loaf. Cooked peas rubbed through a sieve, one and a half cups, bread crumbs, one and a half cupa of milk, one egg, slightly beaten, one slice of onion, chopped, salt and pepper to taste. Scald the milk, add the onion» bread crumbs, peas and eggv Season to taste. Bake in a buttered baking dish or tiro- bale mold8 in a-moderate oven until firm, about twenty minutes. Beans mashed carrots, fish or corn may be used instead of peas. The Very Latest in Dresses Dresses of wollen material are com- ing back into favor and the number of women who are definitely opposed ever to wear anything but Bilk next their arms is on the decrease. It is not so much that we have changed as that the woolen materials have changed. The light-weight woolens favored this season are as soft and smooth as silk. Next to wool jersey, there ie no mat- erial better liked than wool crepe and never before have materials of this description been offered in more at- tractive variety. A great many of the new dresses, silks as well as \woolen are provided with a little piping of a light-toned silk crepe 'about the neck. Sometimes there is a collar of the _ lightened Bilk^Always this touch of light silk ought to be made so that it may be easily removed and put back into position again, and the clever woman provides herself with a dupli- cate collar or piping so that when one is taken out to be washed another can be put in at once. But whether you •wear silk or wool, and whether you wear it without some such dainty bit of washable silk or lingerie at the neck, you must remember that clean- ing bills are necessary and that they should be given definite consideration in planning your dress budget. Choosing lights for the Home. During the late fall and winter days lamps and lighting fixtures become snore important Hems in the home. Be- fore making new purchases It is (well to decide on the needs of the home— lights that will add both to its com- fort and decoration. The best artifi- cial lighting arrangement Is free from both gloom and glare. To prevent a glare the source of light should be concealed. Lamp shades which cover the bulb, frosted bulbs and indirect lighting are some of the means used. Adequate light should be planned for when the house is wired. This means providing plenty of plugs and places for fixtures, even if they are not to he used at once. A plug for every twelve square feet is a rule often sug- gested because such an arrangement allows for flexible system -which pro- vides the best decorative effects and the greatest comfort The most useful lighting is usually the most decorative. Present day standards of simplicity and beauty demand simple rather than ornate fixtures and lamps and conser- vative designs rather than novelties. In the choice of lamps or lighting fix- tures the effect rather than the arti- cle itself is' more important If a dif- fused Light is desired an overhead fix- ture or- one which directs the light, toward the,.ceiling is needed; for con- centrated light a fixture which directs the light downward may be used. It is often well, before deciding on a lamp, to try it in the roonv where it is to be -used. Lamps in a room function as jewelry does to a costume, giving it interest, variety and color. They should be chosen to fit into their sur- roundings, especially the grouping of the furniture and not be too prom- inrr.t • • • • Sausage for Sapper. Wei!, sausage for supper. That al- moat sounds jkpetlc, doesn't it? But it will also sound very appetizing when you hear of some of the delightful ways of preparing it. Why restrict this delightfully flavored, wholesome food to the breakfast meal only? Here is one good way of prearing an appetiz- ing diah: Use six good size tart apples and one cup of sausage meat. Scoop out center of apples, leaving thick shell and cut all pulp ppsalblo from the core. Chop this and mix with sausage meat. Refill apples, heaping filling and bake at 400 degrees P \hxtll apples are tender. Serve with baked or fried potatoes. • • • * HELPFUL HINTS Weather strips at windows will help cut down the coal bill. A light lunch after school.of milk, bread and butter, or fresh fruit is de- sirable for hungry boys and girla. Remember that measles, mump* and whooping cough are communica- ble diseases and must be reported to the health officers. Dried fruits are some of the best confections for children, because they contain valuable minerals and sugar In not too concentrated a form. To remove stains on matresses cov- er them with a thick paste of laundry starch and soap JeUy, allow It to re- main until dry and then brush it off with a whisk broom. A quantity of cookie dough may be mixed up and kept in the refrigerator to, be used in small quantities as de- sired. Left-over meals may be used to make delicious meat pie, croquette*, creamed meat on, toast, stuffed vege- tables and sandwiches. When introducing new food In the child's diet, give only one food at a time and that tn a small quantity, well cooked and nicely served. To prevent flatiron marks from showing when ironing silk, place a piece of white paper between the ma- terial and the iron, moving it along the entire pressing surface. Boiled milk baa a tendency to stick to the paa in which rt is heated. After removing it from -the stove, pour out the milk and replace the cover immed- iately before the steam has a chance to escape. Let It .cool, place the pan In cool-water to soak. To protect the top of blankets and quilts from being soiled, bind the edge with a piece of. cheesecloth or other inexpensive material about sixteen Inches wide which matches the blanket in color. When this is soiled it Is very easily removed and laundered. f BONDS FOR INVESTMENT The man who speculates in the stock market may make profits for a time, bat averages show that the safer policy fo rinmtmeiit is to bay covstmtife bonds. Oar Bowl Depart** is always ready to make reconunemJatfons for the javestmeat of yoor fuds. iii 4% PAID ON INTEREST ACCOUNTS LEWIS COUNTY TRUST COMPANY FEDERALRESERV YSTEM Prevent, TX7HEN baby TlV starts to walk, bones must be strong and straight. Cod- - liver oil helps build T them right. Give it y MI the easy, \ pleasant way. Easily digested and retained. SCOTTS EMULSION BUILDS STRAIGHT BOltXS SMtt ft Bm*. IlkiliU, K. t. Most Children and adults can be in- fluenced by reason. The others were responsible for the invention of spanking. Journal and Republican want and for sale advertisements \do the trick.\ One cent a word, cash with order, no adver- tisement for less than 25 cental 1928 1927 1026 1024 1028 1025 CHALLENGING ALL USED CAR VALUES! —: Don't Overlook These :— HUDSON SEDAN HUDSON COACH FORD COUPE FORD TUDOR ESSEX SEDAN OVERLAND \Six\ COACH C. H. ARTHUR 10M JEWKTT COACH 1024 ESSEX COACH 1029 STUDKBAKER COACH 1024 FORD COUPE 1023 CHEVROLET 00072 1024 DURANT TOURINO MOTOR SALES Hnd»on-Esacx Sales and Service PHONE 202 LOWVILLE. N. Y. Journal and Republican want and for sale advertisements \do the trick.\ One cent a word, cash with order, no adver- tisement for less than 25 cents. MORNING AFTERNOON R EALIZING the importance of immediate settlement to the policy-holder, »CENTRAL has always given special attention to prompt as well as fair adjust- ment of lots** Almost without exception, CENTRAL checks are mailed the same day proof pilots is received. CENTRAL policies meet every demand of the careful buyer of insurance—protec- tion of the highest quality, unquestioned financial strength, and a dividend (30% for the last eight years) representing a substantial saving in insurance cost. Why not talk over your insurance needs with CENTRAL agents? If you are interested in Chrirtm-u carols, send for FREE copy of our Christmas Carol Book containing 47 selections, words and musk; 40 pages; heavy cover in colors. - Write us on your letterhead or clip out this entire advertise- ment and use as coupon. Name. Addrttt- City and State. Manufacturers Muhial InsuaiioeCompMri ^\fo\\fert. Ohio. <• «*An old Une, legal reserve, dividend paying, Mutual Fire Company** i COPELEY-WILLIAMS AGENCY, INC. 100 STATE ST. LOWVILLE FIRE, AUTOMOBILE AND TORNADO INSURANCE FOR SELECT RISKS STATE OP NEW YORK, COUNTY COURT, Counif of Lewis—In the Matter of the Application by the Board of Supervisors of Lewis County for the appointment of Oommlaaiouera to ap- praise certain lands in the town of Pinckney, required for highway pur- poses of which RuBBell J. Brownell, Joseph Conroy and Morace Praehaw are the reputed owners. Notice lg hereby given mat the Board of Supervisors of the County of Lewis and State of New York will ap- ply tff.ttae County Court of the Coun- ty of Lends at the Court House In the village of Lowville, New York, on the 9th day of December, 1929, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon a3 counsel can be heard for the appoint- ment of three disinterested Commis- sioners of Appraisal to ascertain and determine the compensation to be paid to Russell J. Brownell, Jo3eph Conroy and Morace Prashaw, the re- puted owners of the parcels of land hereafter described, required for the construction and Improvement of the Tremalneg Corners-Barnes Corner- Worth Corners, County Highway No 1751, namely: All those pieces or parcels of Jand hereinafter designated as parcels A., B., C. and D., situate in the town of Pinckney, County of Lewis and State ot New York and described as fol- lows : Pareel \A.\ All that piece or parcel of land here- inafter designated at map No. 15 R-l, situate in the town of Pinckney, Coun ty of Lewis, State of New York, for the Tremalns Corners-Barnes Corners- Worth Corners, County Highway No. 1751, and described as follows: Be- ginning at a point on the Northeaster- ly assumed boundary ot the existing Tremalns Corners-Barnes Corners Worth Corners, Highway at the inter- section of the said boundary with the division Hne between the lands of Frank Hubbard, reputed owner, on the West, and the lands of Morace Pra- shaw, reputed owner on the East, said point being 21 plus minus feet distant Northwesterly, measured at right en gles from station A181 plus 41 plus minus of the hereinafter described survey base line of the proposed Tre- malns Corners-Barnes Corners-Worth Corners, County Highway, Lewis County, thence Northerly, along said division line 16 plus minus feet to a point 33 feet distant Northerly, meas- ured at right angles from station 181 plus 53 plus minus of said base line, thence N. 64 degrees -40 min. B. 447 plus minus feet to a point 33 feet dis- tant Northerly, measured at right an- gles, from station A186 plus 00 of said base line, thence S. 25 degrees 20 .min. E. 10 feet to a point 23 feet distant Northerly, measured at right angles from station A18.6 plus 00 of said base line, thence N. 64 deg. 40. mjn. E. 60 feet fo a point 23 feet distant North* erly, measured at right angles, from station A186 plus 50 of said base line, thence N. 25 deg. 20 min. W. 10 feet to- a point 33 feet distant Northerly, measured at right angles from station A186 plus 50 of said base line, thenee N. 64 deg. 40 min, E. 242 plus minus feet to a point 33 feet distant Norther- ly, measured at right angles, from sta- tion A188 plus 92 of Bald base lime, thence Easterly 33 feet distant North- erly, and concentric with the center lne of the highway 90 plus minus feet to a po^nt on the division line between the lands of Morace Praahaw, reputed owner, on the West, and the lands of William Edmonds,, reputed owhor, on the East, the last mentioned point being 28,5 feet distant Northerly, measured at right angles, from station A189 plus 82 plus minus of the said base line, thence along said division lne 84 plus minus feet to a point S3 feet distant Southeasterly, measured at right angles, from station A189 plus 26 of said base line, thence S. 64 deg. 40 min. W. 751 plus minus feet to a point on the Northeasterly assumed boundary of said existing highway the last mentioned point being 3S leet dis- tant, measured at right angles, from station A181 plus 75 plus m)nus of said base line, thence Northwesterly along the last mentioned boundary of said existing highway 63 plus 'minus fe«t to the polPt of beginning, being 1.20 acres more or lesi. The above mentioned survey base lne is r portion of the surrey base lne for the Bald proposed Tremains Corners-Barnes; Corners-Worth Cor- ners, County Highway No. 1751, Lewis ounty, as shown on a map on file in the. office of the Clerk of Lewis Coun- ty and is described as follows: Be- ginning at station A181 plus 25, thence N. 64 deg. 40 mln. E. 1075 feet to &ta» tlon A192 pins 00. Parcsl U B» All that piece or parcel of land, sit* uate in the town of Pinckney, County of Lewis, State of New York, for the Tremains Corners-Barnes Corners* -Worth Corners, County Highway No, 1751, and described as follows: Be- ginning at a point being on the divi- sion line between the lands of Wil- liam Edmonds, reputed owner, on the West, and the lands of Perley Bost- wick, reputed owner, on the Bast, said point being 42 plug minus feet distant Westerly, measured at right angles, from station A205 plus U Plus minus of the survey base line of the pro- posed Tremains Comers-Barnes Cor- ners Worth Corners, County Highway No. 1751, Lewis County, thence North- easterly along sail division line 103 plus minus feet to a point S7 feet distant Easterly, measured at right angles, from station A208 plaa 50 plus minuB of said base line/thence 8. 16 deg. 42 mln* E. 416 feet to a point on the division line between the lands of Perley.' Bostwlckv reputed owner; on the West and the lands of I. W. Bostwick, reputed owner, on the- Eatt, the last mentioned point being 18 feet distant Easterly, measured at right angles, from station A204 plus 34 plus minus of the said base line, thonce along said division line 28 plus minus feet to its Intersection with the sur- vey base line at station A208 plus* 72 of the said bane line, thence\ along said division line 73 plus minus feet to a point 48 feet distant Westerly, measured at right angles,-from sta- tion A209 plus 58 of said base line, thince N. 16 deg. 47 min. W. 414 plus minus feet to the point of beginning, being 0.63 acres more or less. The above mentioned survey base line is a portion of the survey base line for the said proposed Tremains Corners-Barnes Coraers-Worth Cor- ners, County Highway No. 1751, Lewis County, as shown on map on flier In the office of the Clerk of Lewis Coun- ty. Parcel \C.\ All that piece or parcel ot land, sit- uate In the town of Pinckney, County of Lewis, State of New York, for the Tremains Corners-Barnes Corners- Worth Corners, County Highway No. 1751 and described as follows: Begin- ning at a point on the division Une between the lands of Perley Bostwick, reputed owner, on the West, and the lands of I. W. Bostwlck, repuled own- er, on the Ea8t/said point being 43 plus minus feet distant Southwesterly, measured at right angles from station LEGAL NOTICES. Notice to Creditors—3n pursuance of an order of the Surrogate of the County of Lewis, notice 1B hereby given, according to law, to all per- sona having claims against Charles J. Ackerman late of the town of West Turin In said county of Lewi*, A209 plug 26 plus minus of the sur- vey base line of the proposed Tre- I maln9 Corners-Barnes Corners-Worth 'Corners, County Highway No. 1751, _^ Lewis County, thence Northerly along!deceased,\that they \are* required\to [said division Hue 73 plus minus feet; exhibit the same, with the vouchers I to its intersection with the base line, thereof to the subscriber, executor of 'at station A208 plus 72 plus minus of llhe wl1 1 of the said deceased, at the Laid bRRA line then™ Northerly 28 i law office of Perry G. Williams in Uie plus line to a point 18 feet distant North- easterly measured at right angles, from station. A208 plug 50 of said base line, thence S. 16 deg. 47 mln. E. 587. plus minus feet to a point on the divi- sion line between the lands of I. W. Bostwick, reputed owner, on the West, and the lands of Rose Ryan, reputed Lewie. New 12th day of March, 1930. D^d Stb h on or before 4&-26t-c , September 4th, 1929. Earl S. Markham, Executor. ~- Notice to Creditors—In pursuance of an order of the Surrogate of the county of Lewis, notice is hereby given according to law, to all person* having claim* against Jesse R. Reed; owner, on the East, the last men-! late of the town of Lowville, In said tloned point being 18 feet distant Northeasterly, measured at right an gles, from station A214 plus 37 plus minus of said base line, thence along said division Hue 48 plus minus feet to its intersection with the division line between the lands of I. W. Bostwick, reputed owner, on the Northeast, and the lands of Orpha Woodard, reputed owner, on the Southwest, the last mentioned point being H plus minus feet distant Southwesterly, measured at right angles from station A214 plus 60 plus minus of the said base tine .thence along said division line 55 plus minus feet to a point 48 feet distant Southwesterly, measured at right angles, from station A214 plus 10 plus minus of the said base Une, thence N. 16 deg. 47 mln. W. 484 plus minus feet to the point of beginning, being 0,83 acres more or less. The above mentioned survey base line is a portion of the survey base Line for the said proposed Tremains Corners-Barnes Corners- Worth Cor» ners. County Highway No. 1751, Lewis County, as shown on a map on file In the office of the Clerk of Lewis Coun- ty. Parcel- \D.\ All that piece or parcel of laud, sit- uate in the town of Pinckney, County of Lewis, State of New York, for the Tremains Corners-Barnes Corners- Worth ^Corners, County Highway No. 1751, and described as follows: Be- ginning at a point on the division line between the lands, of I..W. Bostwiok, reputed owner, on the Northeast, and the lands of Orpha Woodard, reputed owner, on the Southwest, said point being 48 plus mlnua feet distant Southwesterly, measured at right an- gles from station A214 plus 10 plus minus of the survey base line of the proposed Tremains Corners-Barnec Corners-Worth Corners, County High- way No. 1751, Lewis County, thence S. 16 deg. 47 mln. E. $0 plus minus feet to a point on the division Une be- tween the lands of Orpha Woodard, reputed owner, on the Northwest, and the lands of Rose Ryan, reputed own- er, on the Southeast, the last men- tioned point being 48 feet distant Southwesterly measured at right an- gles, from station A214 plus 70 plus minus of the said, base line, thence along said division line 26 plus minus feet lo its intersection with the divi- sion line between the lands of X W. Bostwick, reputed owner, on the NorthweBt, and the lands of Rose Ry- an, reputed owner, on the Southeast, said point being 24 plus minus feet distant Southwesterly, measured at right angles, from station A214 plus 60 plus minus of the said base line, thence along the division line between the lands of I. W. Bostwick, reputed owner, on the Northeast, and the lands of Orpha Woodard, reputed own- er, on the Southwest, 55 plus minus feet to the point of beginning, being 0.017 acres more or less. • The above mentioned survey base line Is a portion of the survey base line for the said proposed Tremains Corners-Barnes Corners-Worth Cor* ners, County Highway No, 1761. Lew- is County, as shown on a map on file in the office of the Clerk of Lewis County. Bated, November 19,192$. BOARD Ot STORR Petitioner. ' fcy Fred w. $tnder. ; Perry O. Williams, Attorney for Petitioner, O«ee and P. O. Address. Lowville, New York- county of Lewis, deceased, that thsr, are required to exhlbit~~the same, with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber> executor of the will of the said dV ceased, at its banking house village of Lowville, in said couaty^| Lewis, New York, on or before tfi# 4th day of February, 1930. • Dated July 29,1929. Lewis County Trust 4l-26t Executor. State of New York, Supreme County of L©wt#—William d Ali Diki I son and Alice Dickinson, Indi and as Administratrix of the Chattels and CredU of Oe Cook, Decease* Plaintiffs, Mary Coe, Individually and a* Istratrfx of the Goods Cto Credits of Mary Harkins, Charles R. 8. Mastin and Mae B.'lft his wife, Mamie Maatin Seely, Mastin and his wife, If name in unknown to t l Gordon Maatln and Eva _„ wife, (the name Eva being flc her true name being unknown to plaintiffs), Lillian Roe, if living, name Lillian Roe being said Lillian Roe being a half of Mary Harkins, now dec4 the name of said defendant known to the plaintiffs, and ceased, her heirs at law, devisee*, legal representatives and assigns\ are unknown to the plaintiffs, fendants. ^r« To the above named Defendants: '.'J'tf-, You are hereby Summoned to' •&•?£'* awer the complaint in this action «55|W to serve a copy of your answer, 6fi^- if the complaint is not Berved wttb. i this Summons, to serve a notice jo£t; v appearance, on the plaintiffs' attorney >' within twenty days after the servto*. v of this Summons, exclusive of the d|^> ? of service. In case of your failure to appear or answer Judgment wiU, be- taken against you by default for the. -:\- relief demanded In the complaint.' ^&r Trial to be held in the County of Lewis. • ' - \\•'•&\: Dated August 29.. 1929. ?#£ Plaintiffs' Attorney, Office and Office Address, Lyons Falls, \ , ys To Mamie Martin Mastin and his wife, name is unknown to Seely, George the piaintiffju - Gordon Martin and Eva Mastin, Hi* wife, (the name Eva being flcUUoua, her true name being unknown to-too: plaintiffs), Lillian Roe, If living. tS name Lillian Roe being flctluotto*, said Lillian Roe being a half slttferl of Mary Harkins; now deceased, the name of said defendant being known, to the plaintiffs, and, If ceased, her heirs at law, \ IN RELIABLE COMPANIES SERVICE GUARAffTEED Real Estate for Sale Trinity Avec—L*r«e House aod lot; modiea?n«lmprove«neote; situated In the finest section of LawviHe, South Mate St. 9 room fcoos* with hardwood fl< Ore place, slaei. age, newlv r«niii MW •lectrio flxtnres, ~ h double gar* pfr« Campbell Bt^-7-room n*w tamse, an modern Improvements, garage . and garden. Comer Stewart and Dewltt 8tsv-4fr room house; furnace, electric lighU, toilet, cement walk. . Boston Sfc—8*room house, bath, lights and furnace, garage and gar* dea, Park Avenue—10-room bouse, lights, furnace, two-car garage. bath and garden. Water 81—12-room bouse, barn, Stt acres land» sjarag* State St—TwtHtamlly house; garage and garden; modem improve menu, • ••'•'• •:._••'• r .y \ For Sato. Trinity house, lights, bath Ave, and •8-room furnace, cement cellar bottom. Lot approx* lmately 88 feet front garage and garden. Large barn and W. F. PATTEN General Insurance, Real Estate, Investments, Loans-Negotiated. MiDer Block LOWVILLE, N. Y. Property Damage And AD Other Forms of FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, HEALTH And Compensation Insurance J.D MOORE & SON Lowville, Hew York SKUNK, COON, FOX* MINK, t MPSKBAT •\ WATEETOWN HIDIS * TALLOW GO. Bring ail your raw furs to us and get full market value. 544 Newell St. Watertown, N. Y. Traps for Sale legal representatives and assigns ww»v> are unknown to the plaintiffs, Defe^K'' dants: ' . •' 'S£'$f- The foregoing summons Is serrM LH upon you by publication pursuant £6^— an Order of Hon. Milton Carter, Coitti^- ty Judge of Lewis County,. N.T^-r dated ttfe 81st day of October, ™*i and filed with the complaint In-^L, office of the Clerk of the Coimty'•'CL^ Lewis at Lowville, N. Y, r--\...•:•••..:>-?;£pSL The object of this action is :ttt\C^_.- doso * land contract upon property hereinafter described ed by George W. Cook, Venddrj Mary Harkins, Vendee, dated AT 29th, 1919. : > All that piece or parcel of land uate in the Village of Port Leyi Town of Leyden, County of Lewis, state of New York, bounded and cribed aa follows: Beginning stake which is »ltuated ot» the erly line of Main Street and ab feet 6 inches e^terly from the east corner of Shnm* J. Coe* lot and directly in line with •ion line between, two cement; ^irallt f land southerly parallel to easterly line to Tt J, line, a distance c easterly aJong said CoUinaon f 8 line. 40 ftet; Tuten-qe nortbe to Emma J. Coe'i eastwly line'.to south line of Main Street a, of two chains; thence westerly the south Une of Main Street 40 to the place of beginning, being feet on Main Street: and being of the McManiamon v l$t», a<^ ' upon which Is the cottage tn the said Mary Harkins then rei Dated the 31st day:of October, Attorney t Or 3?lalntiff8,xOffices -Post. - Office'. •-Addri»ss>y\ ; Ly^^c;:|P Notice to Creditors—In p\ of an order of the Surrogate of County of Lewis* .Notice is '\ giveAi according to law^ Ip all'; having claims against Sarah \ late ofT the Town of LowviUeviti county of Lewis, deoeased, that are required to exhibit the' the vouchers thereof to the executor of the win of the ceasd, at bis: law: office In Morrir Vermont, on qr before the 15th\;^r of May,1980. - Y-:V^v>; D&ted November 5th- 1929. Thomas.C *\ $-26t-c Notioe to Creditors—In of an order of the Surrogate of County of Lewia, notice U hereby- given, according to law, to aJl sons having clalma against Plowe, late of the town of Weat in said county of Lewis, d th*t they are required to exhibit same, with the vouchen thereof the subscribe?,axUnlnifltrator of goods, chattels and credits of the deceased, at the law;office of erlck A. WWte> in the village of ville, in the county of Oneida, New York, on, or before the 19th, QKjf±~tq£:&7- May, 1980. - ' \.. '-'••'• ..>~-^^i:«S: Dated October 29, 1929, : ^V*£*^$T Homer J. Knickerbocker; ' i Administrator,: Against Collision, HFire Liability,

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