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THE NASSAU POST, FHREPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 191A Page 7 ROMANTIC CAREER OF FRENCH NORSE Marriage Brings to Light Details of Her Work. HOW CAMEL WAS PERSUADED TAKEN PRISONER BY HUNS Nurwe German Wounded With Sima Care She Had Shown Her O w n - Exchanged and Sent Back to France It Come* Her Turn to Suffer, and From This Cornea Romance Just Culminated. P n tiM te C o lly I* m a rrlod, and her m a rriage b r in g s to light t h e details of h e t heroic a n d rom antic c a r e e r of the lo s t three y e a r s ns presented by the foreign news bureau of th e woman's com m ittee o f th e council o f national defense. Until P a u le tte was tw enty-two y e a r s old, sh e lived In th e village of Angrezc In D o rdegne w ith her two siste r s and th r e e brothers— a happy, contented, w e a lthy family o f farmers, w h o hnd’llved unmolested on the same lan d for m a n y generations. Nothing m o re settled, m o re tranquil than such a life can be Imagined, su r e ly not here In America, w h e re we c a n form no realization o f th e effect o f such long h a b it and custom as Influences every ph a s e of the peasant's life. And T h e n the W ar C am e. , <m hl8 pack And then w h e n she w a s twenty-two ' Kmori ns i(. ,, th e w a r cam e . Seventeen days n f e r w a r broke o u t she was a t a hospital a t Auteull, a volunteer R e d Cross n u r s e In a form a tion of K n g llsh and Ita lia n women. All year sh e continued In the wear­ ing but g r a te f u l duties o f a nurse., Her group h a d citation fo r heroism at Creuy, N o tre Dame de L o r e tte, and Heuvllle Saint Vaast. In 1913 her ambulance waa In the sec to r of Notre Dame de Lorette. The b a t t l e came d o s e to them, then enclosed them. Paulette and seven of her companions were taken prtaoner by the Germans, por 48 hours they were within the en­ emy lines, and nursed German wound­ ed with the aame care they had showa their own. Fortunately they were ex­ changed and sent back to their dear France. On their return from being prisoners, they were given the Croix de Guerre. Paulette took up her work again at ence, and In 1916 was at Verdun. She was alao at the tunnel at the prorest of Corbeaux, and many other places that have become famous la history where the fighting was hot­ test, and consequently the w o rk of the ■rarses the hardest. She nursed hun­ dreds of prisoners with equal care, tenderness and devotion, b u t one man, JElene Brlchen, who lost h t s right arm In the war and who w a s nursed by h e r , became especially d e a r to her dur­ in g his lllneaa and convalescence. He w a s sent out of the ho s p ital with no prospects and seriously handicapped In providing even for h im s e lf by the lo s s of his arm. H e r T u rn to Suffer. By this time, as P a u le tte herself ■aid, very simply: “It cam e my time [to suffer.\ She succum b e d to ty- tohold fever, and during h e r convales­ cence she had appendicitis. It meant give and a half weary m o n ths In a hospital for the active y o u n g nurse. B u t when th e five and a h a lf months were over, a n d Paulette w a s able to t>e out again, Rene B rlchen hud learn­ ed to w r ite with his left hand, and had secu red the position he had form erly h a d with a bunk. They have Just been m a rried, and I t Is absolutely certain th a t they Lhould live happily ever a f te r . They have had th e complete story-hook be­ ginning to th e i r rom ance, and It is too more than fair th a t they should round out t h e plot. ' Beast, Resented Carrying Bushmen's Teakettle, and Was Lead to Be- lieve Rider Did the Work. In IROfl rnmelw from India w e r e flrst, brought In AiiRtralln for g e n e r a l serv­ ice, siiys N o rm a n Ihinenn In his book. •'Austrnllnn B y w a y s .\ It w a s n hnffpt experim e n t. A herd of more than (iot' arriv e d with th e i r Afghnn m a s t e r s I;. 1884. It Is estim a ted that th e r e <trc now lO.INHI e n m e ls at. labor In the dry hack regions o f the com m onwealth. A > A u stralian loves n horse and respect1 th e sturdy W o rth of n bullock; In- re c a r d s a camel, however, with tolcrai; ra th e r than approbation, and will n em p loy so ouflnndlsh and p c r x ir-i' beast except t o the great ndvanl!i.::v 1 Ills needs, “We used to think,\ said .l e r r 11- cam e l driver em p loyed by th e un lei “ fhnt we c o u ldn't gel along w ilbeiit t:i ’tlhnns.\ \Surely they know how to b ike cn-i o f enmels?\ I linked. “ No fear!\ J e r r y scoffed. “ T ' ev 1 a lot of superstitions- like our • ■ entnol with a necklace of M u e I” ;irid that's ab o u t all. 'I he govi \ broods heller c i i r i e ! ; now. T tm t n a tu r a l; w e 're w h ite. I don't me - though, th a t we've bred th e •' out of our enniels Som e tim e s t [inllenoe with ttv* lii,ufcs. “A couple of ,\ i n r ago I w o s 1 r Ing to the n o rth of this w ilb • o f four pack cam els, d u e i when 1 was packing I found II u forgotten to stow away u l ■ (laishm a n 's loakeU lo). W hen I th a t little hilly can up and in th e nearest cam e l, inclinin': to h h e began t.o double - groan, ns if It w a s n ’t his hilly < :u lie wasn’t going to carry m o re Ih, share, and w h a t did I me.in i i e ' : by proposing t o overload a po o r < :miM th a t way? So to make Ihlngs e r ' : sw itched off to the next, cnriicl. An' h e began to groan. They all groaned N o t one of th e m would have th a t litlh billy can on Ids back. “Well, I w a s disgusted. In s tead of hanging It on a pack I m o u n ted m> riding camel, w ith the hilly c a n in tax hands. He w a s horrified. Goodness, how he baw led ! When he got up h' w a s bawling still. W o u ldn't move a step ! And th e n I leaned fo r w a r d and shook that b illy can In Ids face. Ami th a t satisfied him . Off lie w e n t with o u t a m u rm u r. Why? I reckon he thought I w a s carrying that billy can.\ TOO MANY TONQJES POSTMASTER s m TO REGISTER ALIENS Language of the United States Is Urged tor All. Suggestion ** O ffered That All o f th e Earth's P e o p le Learn to Speak English. T h e next thing ttm t must lie d o n e In th e way of world efficiency Is rid o f n bd'of lan g u a g e s that a r c fRmt- , lug iiround In fhe restn iin l of t r a d e . ll will he the roost difficult font of nil, Iml It must he done. Just llm sam e . T h i s flung of ev e r y bunch of people a r m s '! u river o r over a m o u n tain spooking a d if f e r e n t language from | tlu-ir iinir neighbors Is the If!agent j h a n d icap the w o rld has to contend ; w i l l lodnv. iissit a w rilrr In t h e I j OS Aii'.-rb'S Times M agazine. > .rrnver (Ms 'o r p i n s of bin g u n gen ia He < ac thing, nhove all others, th a t Ii! , • ed ie 11 m irr fundings, w a rs, Kir i 1 ui.-, hell-ralHlnk, and HtWS M f n O R t T i A ^ S t c ' y H n g n P n f t (V f t r i t t l 0 , K. bn Men of Fourth Estate. I.BOAf, NOTTOHe P o s tm a s t e r T. B n=on Smith h a s i\ n appointed the reg istratio n ofli- -r fo r th e re g istra tio n of G e rm a n . tins residing w ithin the F r e e p o r t, i ., P o s t Office d i s t r i c t . All n a tiv e s , citizens, denizens o r e l s of the G e r m a n Em p ire o r t mu im p e rial G e rm a n G o v e rnm e n t, -g m a les of the age o f 14 years a n d m l , who ara w ith in the U n ited ■i an d not, a c t u a lly n a turalized ' rii-in citizens, a r e required to i - «:• nli»n enem ies, ic i r< d > n n t i- r.'quire:! to fu r - ■ r,. i r u \ oitn'oil photographs o f ■*, i mil I i-,.r Ih.-in J by .1 inches i on ti in p a p e r , with lig h t h;i • ' um til’, . u'rainst Ih- frien d ly POhi ' m > d I— with iiim lhvr im s i,. n Hu iliffi r- n — In llifir mmle ol h vui in • I'i'i h. i l Hhirl'Ml wi 1 Ii 1 het bthl. tin . uf ih- 'I'- - r ol 1 i i l>-l w li-n itio . : j (()['; ( 1I | the [i-iuii- (’ii fair- 7>OS* .. M . i ' i< ■ r v\ i« ! - k \ « iii <1 til* f . f.; in b ^ i \«,1iy ii > !'!\ («) 11P- ro f nii -<ti ; ># - n ! f ol flif di vino will. rigb now i 'd (•• xl s peonlc Inive been iil - a f:i ;ly p 'o d hfali nf g e llin g with him :>\ lin • ail <if us. and o u r I'.'iI I i ' ts liei rire us for eenf u r i 1^ —-it is rensomtlile lo : uptiohi ! II iii I flod will let us ditch I I T o w e r of Babel stuff If w e make n real good liuncsf fry at. It.. A m e rica itself I lie melllug pot. of n a tio n s is n s i n k i n g proof Ifml fhe th in g can he done. Ileru huve tlii'y com e from every fund null all th e seven sens, the children of nil races, sp e a k ­ in g every longue known to m a n , and b e f o r e they I now il they are all sp e a k ­ in g good United S la te s . T h e n , why not s t a r t a serious move­ m e n t hi get the w h o le world, h e r e anil elsew h e re, speaking United S t a t e s - - o r K n r 1’ If th a t’s a better way to say It? Tt won’t he easy, hnt It certain ly can lie done. And w h e n it is done, t h i s will he n happier, a m o r e peaceful, an d a m o r e prosperous earth cm w h ich to r ! i?r<«iin>|. Th : pc rind of tr :' \nn is from '\hliruury 4Ui 1n i irv illh, inciti ivc. Iit lvv-'n 1 i- • nf ■ rt.m. a n d p m. T \.' 'i i r::’inn is in r u l the 1' r e c - irL P o s t Office. A ft« r r< • cr -. ' r - v - I r a n i '-11 I .'t.tr'iiri ■ r 1() ti 1C '• \i t m ! bin < * il V’, bivt leci * ‘ • V'ist <liiy Tv il T-ir reff I f. » \ ’! a re:f- .1 h ‘ !■ \cn h - t lefl. nt in th e . n r r of 1 n nflircr. i ion ' ' ■ I'-.st- r S ' c.ih n l r l r - m i m l H r- 1 fo r , - __ __ aiVAL SCHOOLS TO RACE AT CARNIVAL N e w s p a p e r men are a p r e t t y good lot, according to the a n n u a l report on crim es a n d convictions which hae ju s t been tra n s m itte d to th e legkla tu r e hy S e c r e ta r y of S ta te Hugo, and which show s th a t crime in general it apparently o n a decrease i n th is state The records o f the State Prieon De partm e n t fo r the laat t h r e e years fu r­ th e r stre n g th e n the asse r tio n . While there were 67,969 convictions in court? of special sessions in th ia state last year, these figures are nevertheless 1,428 below 1916. W h ere the state had a p r is o n population o f 6,980 or Jan u a r y 1, 1916, and o f 6,517 the same m o n th a year ago, th e first of this J a n u a r y shows 5.916. B e tter in dustrinl conditions ami th e effect of an extended probation sy s tem arc thought to have been la r g e ly respon­ sible for th e decrease. L E G A L N O T IC E S COUNTY COUl!T, NAfsXu COUNTY. nffv, hr A i' \ ~ Ntil , Chilli U. i: J.imti W. Mcf'kr'srv' V^nf/ir of thr Oedilfl of <. <>i '•* Mr/ c .1 Nf'\fneoF < . 1 . Maifit rr, hai . k . fipui i rut Ail.hu. n f’ Tiilh, f7pfrmlnnL. In intrminnre <f n jut!'/nf nt of f.>,v'e!oFur< 1 ml hula, ilu y nruuli' it -I rnlf - 1 in thr :ilx>V''- t-lil.lcd iirlion, fml I (Ju’#* | ! n iM'h <liiy 1' M 8 I. 1 he i.m *or 1 -roil. Uu iiMi.'/m Tif rr rn <1, w\ u ‘ I 11 «' tho mluMf’n nf Ilia Counly r t Miniffilu, Nti/wiiu i'ounty, N<?v\ of Jnnuiir; r f«*rce in wiitf rmhlir Mif,‘‘cn. ( uirL H our ' live. W e reeommenrl English—th a t Is to say , the way we s p e a k It here In A m e r­ ica— a s the universal Innguiige., b e c a u s e it Is. without doubt, the best language of if only fo r the reason th a t it Is M 1 e - . I (,«n ih' 1 ' .v 1 to, Mil! '■ 1 u rd - iy , J a n u iry : diy will i,\.' • • > \T-i nttt-nr 1 c.l • - • 1 I. Vallr y a.,:'l ’ > iivo <qicn 1 ■ i \‘l , ird d 1 : h I \ 1 11 y a r d s , for wen • •li'l y a r d s , for men fur ji • n , and nn eg g i.i I poon rav e , ; '00 y a r d s , for men a n d women. | T h r o u g h th e eonru s y uf the B e a v ­ er D a m S p o r ts ' C lub medtils will b e given fo r first, s.-i- i I and th i r d ‘ 11 laces fo r the b p c i events. A t I ..VI,' \ ; mit I :i<' vd w ill l.'ie Irviiijg al. I o 'c lock l tb d i n e - I .for b y 1.1 n f'sivc, :• I: i.v. T h e r e I am .l-urs, a -■ !, I . ; rrcl r a w . a : iiarrcl race 1 -id yard ra c e York, on Lhe 9TH DAY OF MARCH i't in n’clfWMt in the foremn# n l hr riirmiHeH tliriT’lt^l hy s«i<l l>r rd ’U, b nrl Ih rrin (Iwcrihvd “All that cuprtnin 'f»t. piura I nd with tlie buildings and improvements i iv-R-imn rroctcHl. situnle, lying and lieinp: ai r'lldwin, in lhr> Town of Hemp^lwd, NiiRsnu f ounty, SUvte of Now York, unci bouiulcrd am! dueribed n« follows: HeinnninK a t a point on th e W ostpr’y linr r UrvrriKon Avonuo, disUmt One hundred iwenUv-nino an d eighty-five one- 1918, nf I hut day judzuiunt t< is follows: >r YKtrce* of 1 lkv-riinf* a n d eighty-five onc-hundredthF f I J') :,) foot Fu>iithcrly fre^m tho corner formed l.hr inU/meetion of the Haiti westerly line ' • of Morrison Avenue Kuilroud Avenue, ly Boiv.r l westerly ,h the southerly line running thence souther- line of H a r r is o n Avenue S h ip of Mystery. T h e m a n u facture of a la r g e part of m achinery to replace anything broken la almost Im p o ssible In th e llrni*'''l. m a , l(. tip of ll,m,,s t ,,,, thl. (,th ,,rH. space of th e b a ttlesh ip s machine , n F m u .h ltllsslliri< „ ,.rmit„. Span- shops. But w o n d rous feats arc p e r |sh I|n|lun u ll tl,rPign to n g u e s It | form ed In th e re,,air ships th a t ar- UNUU|| re( ilirPS 17 word„ or m o r «. to | company fleets on stations rem o te from s w h a t w,, s„ v in „ n e . Th#. w ,.l8h| states a B r itish w a r' 10 clock Saturilay ir.v.niing the ls>h s',..! ra c e will in' I .’h! on School H o u se Hill, TaKiUst Valley. 1 n.ries ifor th e open e v e n t s should Ie sent to tohe Alatirujeock Ncigii'liorhood A ssocia- tinn, i/o c u s t Valley. It is expected th a t Irving Broka-w will tvive an exhiliition of fancy s k a t ­ ing as a p a r t of the carnival. dock facilities, correspondent. The repair ship Is a h u g e floating sm ithy and m a c h ine shop packed with everything th a t the wit of m an can concentrate In to the space fu r treat ing wounded battleships. T h e s e ships em ploy some of the best artificers from our naval dock yards, and a r e scat­ tered In every quarter in w h ic h llic B ritish licet Is stationed rem o te from dock facilities. T h e Boche h a s noth ing like them , and It has b e e n stated th a t no inquisitive Boche has ever been allowed to Intrude his nose aboard one to Investigate Its m y ster­ ies ami ta k e th e inform a tion to his employers of how the stra n g e feats perform ed by th e repair sh i p are ef­ fected. The re p a ir ship Is th e abode of secrets. WANT SOAPLESS DAYS N e w W a r Propaganda by Young Vir­ ginia Lad. A new w a r propaganda th a t Is cer- la i n to he t a k e n up enthusiastically hy kroung A m e rica was given n start In P u n tlngton, W. Va., hy Jim m y Wallen, ja schoolboy, w h o has been active In the different w a r activities. W allen, who Is always sp ick and sp a n , suggests a •“sonpless d a y .\ saying It Is easy to beep clean w ithout using soap one day a week. T h e “sonpless day\ would |iolp conserve fats so badly needed hy th e allies, Jim m y declared. HOPS A TOBACCO SUBSTITUTE Germ ans F in d They “A c t and Ta-Ae” Much Like Real W e d. From F r a n k f o r t conn— ilte ret\ rt th a t old hops, of which at le.i- t '-oo.ih » p o u n d s hav e been volleei.-d r, cully, a r e perhaps to he used in lienu uy n s a su b s titu te for tob a c c o which yrow s Increasingly scarce. It Is a s s e r te d tllut clivi.iicnl Investi­ gations have proved that b.1 a method of preparation die imps . vi and taste m u ch like, tobacco ami * -a be used kvlthout ev e n » m ixture o f iv b u tm C a u g h t Rabbit in Mine. Ituhb'.t h u n tin g SO lV< r below the iburfuoe of th e ground w a s the ex- perlenee of George W illiam s, mine boss a t C raw ford No. IV m ine, at ISradl. lud. Wtien Williams w a s preparing to leave th e mine after a day s work bo noticed a rabbit siU iug beside the Stopping th e Ex-Czar’s Express. The cx-cznritiii’s belief in fhe mi- spcakahle U n spnlin provea that slo w a s of a strongly superstitious turn o f mind, ami she is generally regarded as (he true in n k e r of the revolution in Uussiii, lull a n incident w h le ti occurred whilst the ex-czar was trav e lin g from I'etrogrnd to Moscow proves th:i; the superstition is not all on h e r side. It appears, says a w r i t e r , th a t the ex-ezar w e a r s a ring In w b leli he I k 1 H e w s is eiiibeilded a fn ig tn e iit of Ihe tru e cross. It was originally one of the treasures of the V a tican and was prcscnvcil to one of the c z a r 's prede­ cessors for diplom a tic reaso n s . Tie Millie lie places on this suppositious relie was proved when lie necldeiittilly left it behind him when trav e lin g t > Moscow, lie had the tra i n stopped lit>:aujly, a special express chart, r, I an ! a trusty m e ssenger s e n t post-hu e buck to fe tc h the m issing ring, nor would he allow the train to budge tut if. It : ll 111- m e ssenger r e tu r n e d , hours a lp iward, w ith the relic! . u s u a lly requires ; s a y w h a t we say in one. fo r Instance, h a v e a word with 19 let­ te r s In It that wo <-an put In fo u r let­ te r s . These o t h e r folks fog u p their j lary n g e s and w e a r out their iiiik h I pas­ sag e s saying tilings what we s a y b e tter w ith a mere b r e a th ami a touch o f the to n g u e against th o teeth. U n le ss you w e re horn to It, o r unless th e y caught you v e r y young, you m ight a s well try to le a r n to he a circus tu m b ler as to le a r n French or G o rm a n an d earn a living in Ihe bargain. The tilin g will take n ,, all your tim e while th o potatoes go t o pot and the cobw e b s g ro w across th e sto re door. A n d , In i ho end, you will find that you h a v e n 't learn e d these lin e s of talk\ anyw a y . T h o thing to d o Is to make yo u rself as nearly a m a s t e r of Kngllsh a s pos- sihle, and then fo r c e the oilier fellow s to speak our lan g u a g e for th e i r own Rockville Centre Locals. M rs. Joseph R y a n en tertain e d V e n d s from M a n h a ttan over th e w e ek-end. P r i v a t e Charles C o z ine is en jo y in g | ''is fu r lo u g h a t hom e . He has b e e n a lie n e d a t S p a r ta n b u r g , S. C. II Pay Shcew o rkers M ore. fem a le m m lilne ^ < ra*' rs em- hi the lU rnlngham a m i Waif. II • tn u ll's have heeu a --- r h d . d- la w a g e s as fr m V: t <>•• ober. > i . ' P.ie operators II i i y e n r s a n d cn. i i ■ gaged as ma-1. ire l^ .iii O lio >i \ Imur for hot v f: ■ H o r se B r e e d i n g in B r a z il. A n y project w h ich hits for its p u r­ p o s e the betterm e n t of animal breed­ ing i< eertnin to attract a tte n tio n In s uce Uio c ,uniry has com e to its fif possibilities In ranch- • ' iv >i .ani inis, w r ites Con- 1,. M Itottschalk, ' lie developm ent has 1 a: •! alm o s t 1m- • •I \eurs. Some m - own expense -os o f cattle * 'unlly w ith direction tio n u l So- I i d e Ja- :: 1 1 > nsso- tvd by t census ie rep o r ts l al'oqt such Daniel V. DeMott is enjoying h is visit a t West Palm Beach. T h e ladies of the village are k e p t busy o n W ednesdays an d Fridays a t Ihe R o c k v ille Centre Club rooms, c u t ­ ting gfarm e n ts for the soldiers. B A N K S Report of the Condition OF T H E First National Bank A T F R E E P O R T in the atate of New Y o rk, at the cluae of business on December 31, 1917: RESOURCES. Loans and discounts ............................$392,921.97 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (pur value) ............. 12,000.00 Liberty Loan bonds, un­ pledged, 3 1-2 per cent and 4 per cent ........... 11,600.00 Liberty Loan bonds, 3 1-2 per c e n t and 4 per cv n t, pledged to secure U. S. deposits ....................... 70,000.00 81,600.00 Lends o th e r than U. S. bonds pledged to secure postal savings deposits 20,000.00 S curities other than U. S. bonds (not inc'ud- imr stocks) owned un- plt d red ....................... i r , 805.68 167,805.63 • w other than I-Vile- *1 Kv. owe i‘: i n k stock ....................................... 1,000.00 : «if I'ederal Ut : -' •. •' l ' 1 v.k (60 per c n t of suhscription ) ........ 1,0r>0 . 0 0 \ ; uc i f hunk in k him c .................... 1! / I u: a it u r e find I'tMu’ui ................... -I, - >.> : !.. v.'ul ItYU l Vti v\iih I * ' !v : 1 lw - ■ f f hi rid this <lny m nvrvfd hy TVirrcst M. yod 1 Itoss, th#-Tic«‘ Westerly i the w \ 1 '• \Tv (if pn one-hun rthvrly lin< •st I). Smith wo*?ter y Ii hundred thirty-nine and fifteei (139.15) feet to the Nm Smith wife to Lewis right nnj'leR Harrison A v e n u e nnd Hong Uiv line of fb M tnnd of 1 rwi>‘ tT. f? >e',t dred thirty-eevTt tt'Vi) frrt m tre *»r less ti • t’!, thenC' #‘i |y >./• f , j - h - «.1\ -i *i < { ft?‘ ill riGiLhvrl.s Onv him hy the kin 1,($<irF{;ll OfM- ftundnU fo,irt«‘ n (II4 t feel more ,ir l'*\'* Hi the tirif*. v. « ‘I h 4 FJtid east- •rly I’fic of th e iMind of 1 'iaiff-v it i.-t t ROul-lif^y line r-f IfiTUl (formerly of 'Vredwnl! * 1 n itii) and now of Suits j* m! IN-niM;!! r n d Uv m e !y alon<r Ihe Si»iit.h«rly iiiie i-'id 'and Suits iind to the i-onl; 1 er|v corner of said ’unit o f Suilv find |,-vi- » ••rut thencr Northerly *in<l n ’m ?* Mini ! ■ ! • I Suits and Pearsall tw e n tv-throe and e'; u ’ , /ivv ene-hun- dredtha (23.85) fei't ,inrrv #>r less to t S<iuttierly line of Wind of the City of N' York, recently taken in condem n a tion pi reeding* for w a ter supply purpose*, thence Easterly aloof? the said Southerly line of the said kind of th e City of New York, eight and fifteen one-hundredths (98. more or lees to the Westerly lin e of Avenue at th e point or place of beginning. Together w ith all the right, title and in- ■ *l i i *'ib r x* ted v Simp- r,g party of the first part of, rrisonrison Avenue,venue, inn front of lereat of th e in and to H« r A i adjoining scud r»remises to th e thereof, beingr the samo prem ii to the said p a r t y of the first p a r t by Forreet I>. Smith hy three deeds, th e centre line sob conveyed Ixyiring dat and recorded in the County o f i Novemher, 1897. in i : t h e second first thereof th e 30Vh day of Novem b er, 1896 the office of the Clerk of Queens on th e 24th day of in Lihrr 1171 of deeds at hen rinp NMW YORK BUPRRM9 COURT. NASSAU COUNTY. (»r*a# W. Hyer. Plaintiff, Nrainet Eathertow B. UablMker, and ottian, Defendaata. In pn mi*nee of a judgment of and aaie, du y marie and entered ft titled action, en d hearing date of Dewenher, 1917, I, the th e Referee in nnid judgmen1 entit day the abere the 14th ■ n d e u lgneA nam e d , w ll •ell at Public A u c tion to the hlgheat hy JAMES C. ARCHER, Auctioneer, F r o n t Step* of the Naeneu County H o u s e a t Mineoln, New York, TH E 9T1I DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1111, • t Uw Court u., premisca direetesl hy said to he eold, and therein deaeribed a i jedgm e n t fol.ows: All that eerfeineertnin plot,lot, plrcekee or p a r lan d , wibiate,te, lyingying andnd liningeing in th e Town of p p a l a b in Mempetend, (.ouniy r f N aakau an d State of N e w York, kn'>>vn «ml dieignateri on a cer* map entitifM 1 Mn i of Pair Onka, p of Summitt U n i t y Company ilea, prop ronoe anil Cednrhu > , Ci>unty, New Y o rk. S u n ey ed «• 6, hy F. W. i . ' - ' 1 ,tr Uockaway, L *. iinn *r 274, ia th e office of the <1 r < ' • . ■ u 'y nf Naa- efniwr I . 'w am t by parte ic-y o n f ; - iw • n C .iek lettered “ D/* which Mid i»i«il tt. i\- • iJiii m rtd ?lcsciil»ed t* follow*, to Wit : heginning st. tbo A ve i ’onklin, ( ity C. N . Y ..\ and fi .-d [ h e office ol an. on Dccer lota numht * * .. i. i. -1. i. r Pin re, Fnip T 'll j!» -rly n.l\ng i rvl f. v-i u • >y land m y along w ith (>ak 'H i t h e r y w i n . . f I v , • • (•?• * • i h e of si' i lnnd « f » / • 1 , ,i i rod and Jufiv • < tu - 1 ( ♦ e t to D m * ii\ i » . .. i o r • ul n p-r-.u v < \ • n - . j . . :iHt« rly fn»m . «* !•' U-v i enrr w«t • ’/ ti • r< <■' t- i t r »r l Lee, li'ly ie<*t lo the |*>int T'K ti 'U r with ‘ u r '*rit. of tl #1 A \ ('»iuv or i I 11\ ■ i: i hind pKM.i. • ■ • t i#*r tbere- north* •• hundred #*•'1 he rest ■ i-i '•t : th nee - u inlary him-. . il-iilths t;r'yller« tV 'n n-id In- f ■ \ i.i (Ink front f.f mid nd- tiTiL.f; h H c Lner 8 y nd n r ' - !r« ti^CKireyd lo In \n n n ts and rwtrVvLv'ne deeds ami to ^rogolher with )• H ?nch«8l U r , or premia s, n.l of which «nrt itf Lhv So id premiH'y, v. 1 e r Id subj-w-t fo cov- rw < un .ined -u variiaia an y FUvtc of facta that a aurvey may show. DaD<l Decrmbcr 27, 191?. A r t i m r I1. If.-.. t o n , iMainlifTY, A ttori 360 Fulton S t Jamaica, N. t K W. 1 . AJaTMA N , Referee. 'V , w t, ty of Ne a t Mi neo A T A TERM O F THE COUNTY COURT OF NASSAU COUNTY. I h -U in aaU Coua- au. a t tlie l-wiily Court House Mneola, N e w York, on the 18th hue of Ileormbvr, 1917. rreaent, HON. LEW IS J. SMITH. County Judya l#na Jaekeon, VUintiff, a g a in a t I»ui*e A. W eber; the Widow. If any, and all the hoi™ at la*, de- vieure and leera-teee and aeaignew o f Charl» Koehler, drenued. if and their rmpeotive hu w ives, if any, aU i we a r e unknown t* and all other peraone having or claim ing to have internet in o r lien upon premiere deecriliwvl in a mr»r recorded in Naeeau Count wh<we nanm plaintiff, hl^ Cork's* m o r t w r e , page 1913, derived subsequent to the ty Liber 221 o f 197, on May 1, der or thm o g h « Koehler, th e said mortgage. Defendants. nexed affidavit of Rd^Ar Jaek- e tt o m e y , show ing th a t this fo roc! fine a m o rtgage on oen» - -------- AV- n>#wl3 pavo i n ; tlu* second th^rnof t»on rin g date the 16!h day of October, 1912. am m i rcrordwl in If.lh i«ny of Uctofier. PH2. a i Pm offirv of t.h#* Clerk of Iho C o u n ty nf Nns- Hnti on the 19th duy of O c tober. 1912, in Libor 3V2 nf lb* ut page F'X, 41 nd th\ thinl 1 hereof Ix^iring dele the fi’>*t dey nf M'iy nnf'-d in the nffice Nassau fiimul- >«iiri ng 17. and in-tondod to he the Cl rk of ‘be County eoustv s H#*r with. F’nK-jw»r!. y v J a n u n r y 19fh, 1918. f'H MlIiE.S I. W O O D , Referee EliWAUl' r noys J<>r i f'ec fc f'» • < f l' rvv:u - rt, Atll^ r>»S8 : A vn n u e . N O T I C E TO CREDITO R S . Punninnt to rm onb*- of 11 O N . LEONE D. HOW ! ' 1 e nf the • ounty of Nas­ sau, notice? its h-'-tby given 1\ a l persons hav­ ing elaim.s . olt :-. . i * ; iicon (•'. Norloti, lafc of the T o w :» - f !icmr«.steii«i. in the Raid county doct1\- o'L in 1 resent ih e name with the vouchers ii.e’™\* '^ th e f discrilHir the exiecutor of ih •1 >! XV11 find 'lot-lament <vf said deei^-se'- u ' • f t^nFfic \ng business nt th e \ • f VV M'um S. Pol! it, Far Roc • • •. ‘ X i-li, < n or before the ir>th dev r M ' Dabd. Ni. v . K ' ' - h e r 9. 1917. A u i,. D< Y h / I T , E.xwulor. WlM 1 AM S. 1 * F~l\ T 1 T Attorm v !‘ I'utor. Far Kori*; wny, New Y o r k . Upon the an son, plaintifTs ie an action to ta i n real estatie s it u a te in the Tow n of ID rap- steed, Nassau C o u n ty, New York ; that ceo- he-in defendants dene I kn I in th e tiummona herein as \all th e heirs at law, devieeei and legatees and aisignees of C h a H fe K«iehlere deoeesed, if any, and their rw p V v tive hus­ bands and wives, if any, all of vJi'vi a r e unknown to p l a in t lit, and eons havir eat in or™lie claim ing to liave nny upon the v rein its en dt in a mortgage rccorde<l in C lerk’s office in T iber 221 of May 1, 1913, derived 197, th e said q v e n t to the y 1, 1913, deriv un<i Charlc*s KoehliT, deceased, yubse- se.iJ nvir-vugr.*' a r e iicccasary this scrilted < !«>unty ort ■ e, page I c r nr tlirough propmr p a r t i e s to this action ; tliat 6t>in 11 of such unknownknow nn defendaitilsiereiKmitw mayay h 1 u c m infants under th e nge of tw e n ty-one years; th a t some or all of Raid unknown infant de­ fendants, if nny, may reside w ithout the S t a te of New Y o rk ; that the sum m o n s herein cu.xM.pd „n stm h unknown defendants by new s p a p e rs, pub- istead, purau.'tnt ,*‘w is J . Smith, nly Judge o f Nassau County, made and •red herein on the 4th day of October, v.. <»n mii '- ii uriKTiuwii publication th e r e o f in two nev liahed in the T o w n of Hemps to nn order of Honorable L“ SUPREM E C<U RT, Joaeplum* \ . 1 In Pm. ! .S;.!e, XU COUXiY. ti\v, on rn#f*nn • >f Elgar Jack s o n , attor* 1917 ; that none <»f .such unknown defendants has up pee red b o r e in or had hia tim e bo to do extended; th a t more than tw e n ty days have elapsed sin c e the summons was duly served on such unknown defendants in pur- r u a n c e to Raid o r d e r ; and th a t no applica­ tion for the appointm e n t of a guardian ad litem for such o f said unknown defendants who may lx* in f a n ts, or for su c h unknown infant defendants, if any, who may reside jt the SU ite of New Y o rk, has been Nuv IT IS ()IU>hKKl) Unit Leo Fishei, Esq. ii . >rmy-.Tt-liiw, lx*, ami he hereby is, ap- 1 -inted gunrdiun nd lit-in for th e unknown infant drfendanLs. if any, in thia action, for tho p.■'!•!><. m ? of this action, unleRs aaid un* lanb, if any, <>r some one . n ti* i* behalf, w ithin twenty days after the ■ u f this order, in the manner V: >eure a g u a rdian ad litem and give notice thereof to R ORDERED th s t this onler i uiii.npwn in fan t Uefendants, *) of a true copy thereof • <* * :ni P o s t, published • < unty. New York, once • t c e yuemssive weeks. .1 M'TH, County Judge. . r 19, 1917. ‘I CHKSillUK. Cl -rk. , 1 . n in ': • r 18, 1917, Tuns. S. C hksiuuk , Cl rk. STA T E OF NEW -id (Irvct rige : i.iiORUlA, •1 County, ’ 1 v Sui m,- - bearing r<bting fo ;«1 IboUtmi of th e shaft- U s iu* a eurt.Uk jfyj. 1 ^ u* bUvdyd the raUUU auU otuSy icaptured U. . I'alu 1 * I'fv Win Ti t > S ^ IStrerigth. « We Uiln 1 . u 'Uuli w lu truth I d m riving u tu t\ sliv.-ath, uislv u J uf kUoWiug th a t We sht.li y a i u s t r t u g t h ju s t lu the tUgruu ihul w e btw m v 1 stalle- uii'U r , i . v u« re- • . \i-u r was iva-sv u f 7tlJ,* vvnt. T h e total .u 1U17 w a s 700,- uivd with 686.308 ., rtuse uf 122,055, or UU * I buy. 2,532,723 avres, .will w ith 2,41*1247 a c r e e In 70.00V.VU $739,861.16 to tot point 1 u i'L T'lgvlher w ith a iv«.?h afnvvsaid m n tit ned Lane to P roii poet S t ret t fiv m pare am i i;w Yulk, ('1 tin t v <,? NtUMUg Ku. !! !>avLts F r e s id e n t of the ubo lolenmh ilie l ” s v ar that the above true to the bant of my knowledge teanu or uihemiht*. | \fogether w ith all the ri ' t. « ! te-vxit vf thii ijmili&i of, k) t--' - A . it 1 a; ^ . in fr,mt ,.f umi m u nln 4 .said Attee Lu fcST ti. RANUALL ^ p T u i m i u s e u f 126,476 acres, or i uth «Uy ot JtUia,**. . . ........... - 1 ................ . ^ . * ........ ' . . ROSWELL DAVIS, l>n*ideul it: x _ B*_. E ic a u J avkson D a m i x M i ' iuusun Dirwtoni. Subscribed end *w«i'.-u to twfore me th is Jseuary, 161*. w t, lyii'ir 1 to I h e eenl. e line th e i vol Tugelher w ith all fu t u r e a n d erli-lne tachei to o r ue»l irt cn n ,.--u o n i pruniie* all of which ere dociured l»art of the freeho’d. y , heajd F rem iaw will be sold in one parcel nd »ubjee‘ - - ------- ---—te * ' — “ Deled J« ue P. iaw«e Surirzu tee . llicclee ett M innvo’e to e .. lea (o u n ty . the Z2ud day o f January, J thou -.and eine beadred n u d eighteen. EDWIN W. WEEKS. Clerk of the Burregate's .Court. Juak-aiAH Wuon, and eubjeet to any elu of f n c la that e eur- eey may abvw . anuery 9, 1918. JAMES M. SE A M A N . Referee. A sthui P. H u TV*. peironel (uopeity. in 7 ,. i(ei-l,y W l of th Y (IF MAlt ll, I l l s , t l ,, r rvl1 -ii o f iWrt dvy lam e n t -■ h o u li not » Will of roal and ,,K I VV i I and Ti d to | m > lyate a* a i I County a llixed. rrogete's W v h a v e Caused the ite’e Court of our to be hereunto L.S. the^ l-s. HON. LEONE D. HOW E L L , Bur- ^ulc of our aaid County uf Nasaau. et H a M i l the.

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