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DAIRYMAN CAN MAKE OWN COOMNG TANK NEW YORK POTATO MAINE POTATOES MOVING IN PRETTY FAIR VOLUME ^ MARKET IS DULL ; Presque Isle, Me., Feb. 24.—Potato New York—Th: r ^ f t o market ruled | shipments from Maine last week were generally dull and slig' tlv low?r last j reported as 1.589 cars or 92 cars less week. Demand was ;1. 'iscted - - than the previous high week of the a moderate movement w i trade year. Shipments wers 185 cars less taking on only day to d ••^fiu'fc- than the corresponding week last year, ments. There was a gm feeling Included In shipments were 164 cars here that the market would .-o'.d bare- moved by boat from Wlnterport for ly steady though t h e undertone a t scuthern markets. Distribution In New shipping points was firmer.' Ti-ack ac- York. New Jersey, Ohio and Louisiana cumulations amounted to 603 cars In points Increased. Recent haullngs 16 markets. Milk can be quickly cooled, and kept cool, in homemade insulated cooling tanks like the one pictured above. Farmers can easily and economically construct their own cooling tanks virith farm tools and ordinary experience. Insulated on bottom, all sides and cover, the cooling tanks are adapt- able to water flow, ice cooling and electric refrigeration. With this type of cooling tank correct temperatures are secured with any method of refrigeration and in winter the insulation also provides protection against freez- ing. The satisfactory control of temperature made possible with this cooler enables farmers to meet important requirements of milk ordinances with a small invest ment. The type of insulation used in the construction of the tank illustrated can be obtained from lumber deal- ers everywhere. Mil k wil l T a r pa .5prcad € rd or wood wcd<)CJ [nalde f orm * \i \ 0 ODooll) lun)lifr, •Note: w*«l« Y y-' VANSMI means vaporproofed low temperature Insulation. SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF SUFFOLK have been light and most of the carlot movement of both table and seed stock has been from track storage. Malnes were In moderate supply here with 161 cars on track. Farmers were asking $1.25f( 1.35 per barrel for Green Shippers say that the recent small Mountains with haullngs l i g h t , due reduction in freight rates has not de-1 partly to weather and condition of creascd the volume moving by trucks, roads. Wire Inquiries were limited and It Is further contended that if rail- roads would make substantial reduc- tions in rail and boat combination rates via Boston, It would go far to develop the M a i n e potato business along the Atlantic seaboard. Much talk has been heard recently among shippers In Aroostook county that the possibility of developing d o c k and warehouse facilities at Calais is now being given serious consideration. —N. Y. PACKER Of the hundred or more subjects which merit badges are awarded to boy scouts fully twenty per cent deal with agriculture or some phase of farm- ing or gardening. COUNTY COURT. SUFFOLK COUNTY the market ruled dull. A few Green Mountains at Presque Isle brought 91c for U. S. No. 1 In 100-pound sacks. U. S. No. 1, size A, made 98c and two Inch minimum brought $1.03''/1.05. Long Islands continued to come In and met with fair demand though supplies were greater than local trade requirements. It Is estimated t h a t stock from this section will continue to be available for s e v e r a l weeks. Prices held a wide range as sales ran fro m $1.15 to $1.65, depending on quality and condition. Farmers on the north shore received 90c(ri$l for No. 1 Green Mountains, 100 pounds bulk and $1.15Til.20 on the south side. Florldas met with a bettor feeling ESTAT E OF E D W I N H. BROWN, INC. and JOHN S. JENKINS, PlalntlfTs — against — REYDO N COMPANY, INC. and THE PEOPLE OP THE STATE OP NEW YORK, Defendants. Pursuant to the Judgment of fore- closure and sale, duly made and en- tered in the above entitled action, and bearing date the 30th day of January, 1939, I, the undersigned, the Referee in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on the steps of the County Courthouse In Rlverhead, County of Suffolk, State of New York,, on the 24th day of March, 1939, at twelve o'clock noon on that day, the premises directed by said judgment to be sold and therein de- scribed as follows; ALL those certain lots In Reydon, otherwise known as Bay View, In the Town of Southold, County of Suffolk and State of New York, described as: PARCEL I: Beginning at.a stake Kroemer^s Tested Seeds Since 1898 Every Tested Seed—A Money Maker TH E PAST SEASON HAS B E E N OUR FORTY- SECOND YEAR IN T H E HANDLING OF TESTED SEEDS. KROEMER'S T E S T E D AND CERTIFIED SEE D GIVES T H E FARMER EXTRA Y I E L D FOR HIS MONEY. T H A T IS T H E REASON W H Y MORE FARM- ERS S W I T C H E D TO KROEMER'S SEEDS IN 1938. Gradus Special Peas The earliest commercial variety used on eastern Long Island. $8.00 per bu. Fordhook Lima Beans Plants strong, erect, bearing pods in clusters from 4 to 8. Pods measure 4 to 5 inches in length and contain 3 to 5 large green beans. Quantity Orders, $9.00 per bu. Cauliflower Seed Improved Holland Erfurt—one of the most popular sort for outdoor use. Heads good size and compact. Also Extra Early Erfurt, Erfurt No. 6, and Extra Early Snow Ball. Price, $20.00 per lb. WILLIAM KROEMER Riverhead 3079 Hicksville 500 COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, Plaintiff — against — HENRY HUDSON and \MARY\ HUDSON, his wife, the flnst name being fictitious, true name not k n o w n to plaintiff; ED- WARD H. PECK and \MARY\ PECK, his wife, first name being fictitious, true name not known, to plaintiff; L U K E O'REILLY and \ M A R Y \ O'REILLY, his wife, the first name being ficti- tious, true name not known to plaintiff; \MARY\ PARSONS, the wife, if any, of J. LESTER PARSONS , defendant's first name being fictitious, true name being unknown to plaintiff; AU- GUST C. WINTRAECKEN and ELEANOR A. WINTRAECKEN, his wife; WALTER D. CLARK; EDWIN P. M E R R I T T ; RO- BERT C. DURLAND and \MA- RY\ DURLAND, his wife, the first name being fictitious, true name not known to plaintiff; MARY\ TAGGART, the wife, if any, of FREDERICK S. T A G - GART, the first name being fic- titious, true name not known to plainUff; if living, and if they or any of them be dead, any and all persons who are husband, wife, widow, grantee, mortgagee, assignee, lienor, heir, legal repre- sentative, devisee or successor in interest of such of them as may be dead; and the husband and wife, heir, devisee and successor in i n t e r e s t all of whom and whose name and place of resi- dence are not k n o w n to the plalntifl and all other persons, if any, having right or Interest in or lien upon the property af- fected by this action or any part thereof; et. al.. Defendants. a.>; the week progressed and sold on a or monument on the northerly side of steadier and more active market. De- Bay View Road at the southwesterly mand was good and the pneral out- corner of land now being described look was improved as the situation sgj^ ^^^^ ^t said Bay View firmed up on all sides. Diggings were R„ad Joins land now or formerly owned Ught and cold weather was prevailing by Nancy Horton; running t h e n c e Farmers received $1^5 for U. S. No. 1 ^long said Horton land and along land size A delivered and $1.55 for size B. Silas A. H. Dayton N. 25° 19' 50\ brought E. 1395.82 feet to a stake or monument !o in the southerly .side of the highway $2.10^.2.15^ ^or da Red Bliss best in ^s North Road; running thence ™ SiK B at aion t^e southerly side of North Road Chlppewas best, boxes, g. 72° 18' 10\ E. 816.65 feet to a stake at $1.85 Maine Green Mountain No. q,. monument; running thence s t i l l in 100-pound bags made $1.50m.70, jhe southerly side of North Road 180 pounds bulk $2.80^13, Long Island c 7,0 4n. on\ p fin7i7 f(v>t tn nnntViPr ^s t Green Mountains in ^ fX o? I n d e n t \ unLng th^^^^^ no?th°side ' N Y P A ^ E R ^ north side. —N. Y. PACKER ^^^^ ^^ formerly owned by C. E. Terry S. 28° 41' 30\ W. 521.93 feet to mTH\iwPMRFR<sHiP ^ running thence still along IIS 4-H MbMBbKisHit' g^j^ ,j,gj,j.y Land S. 58° 17' 50\ E. 112.6 New York state's 4-H clubs gained feet to a stake or monument; running 2,000 new members during 1938 accord- thence along a fence along said Terry ing to a summary of annual reports land and along land formerly owned from counties. Total membership is by William Wells and part of the way now 30,163; boys exceed the girls in along an osage orange hedge, S. 31° numbers, 15,777 to 14,986. i 22' 20\ W. 1176.79 feet to a stake or This is the statement of Professor monument on the northerly side of W.J. Wright, state leader of 4-H clubs, I B a y View Road; r u n n i n g thence with headquarters at Cornell Univers- along said n o r t h e r l y side of Bay ity. He says additional funds for 4-H ' view Road N. 51° 23' W. 256.8 feet clubs were appropriated in 18 counties j to a stake or monument; r u n n i n g this year, and a total of 46 counties thence still along the northerly side of made appropriations. : Bay View Road N. 60° 02' 40\ W. 889.08 Counties with the largest 4-H club feet to a stake or monument; and BIG GAIN REPORTED enrollments are, in order Delaware, Nassau, Chenango, Oneida, Onondaga, Jefferson, Erie, Orange, Madison, and St. Lawrence. The greatest propor- running thence still along the north- erly side of Bay View Road N. 64° 07' W. 32.39 feet to the point or place of beginning, as shown on \Map of tion of club members to complete their property of George R. Bidwell, Esq., U'nvlr ic chnnrii f/\r TT1cf.Af* wftVt ' ... _ . » • ^ TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEPENDANTS AND EACH OP THEM;— YOU ARB HEREBY SUMMONED to answer, or, if the complaint is not served with this summons, to serve a notice of appearance on the plain- tiff's attorney within twenty days af- ter the service of this summons, ex- clusive of the day of service. In case of your failure to appear or answer. Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. DATED: November 22nd, 1937 EDGAR P, HAZLETON Attorney for Plalntifl Office and P. O. Address New York Avenue Huntington, New York TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEPENDANTS OTHER THAN HENRY HUDSON;— The foregoing summons is served upon you by publication pursuant to an order of the Hon. L. Barron Hill, County Judge of Suffolk County, dated the 17th day of February, 1939, and filed with the complaint in the office of the Clerk of the County of Suf- folk at Rlverhead, New York. The object of this action is for a partition and determination of claim of the following described property, to wit., lots 414, 416, 418, 422. 960, 961, 962, 963, 999, 1000, 1001, on Map of Shelter Island Heights Association, at Shelter Island, Suffolk CountjH New York. No personal claim is made upon you. DATED; Huntington, New York February 17th. 1939 EDGAR P. HAZLETON Attorney for Plalntifl Office and P. O. Address New York Avenue Huntington, New York work is shown for Ulster county with 88.2 per cent. Others that ranked near the top were Jefferson. St. Lawrence, Schenectady. Steuben, Oswego. Nassau, Schoharie. Yates, and Chenango, the report says. .Club members throughout the state are now engaged in a state-wide cam- paign for farm fire prevention. In their meetings they will make a study of farm fire hazards; at home they will determine what fire hazards are present and try to correct them. New York has a poor record for farm I fires.\ according to figures. Only four I states have more fires in proportion to I the number of farms or a larger in- 1 dividual loss from farm fires than does j New York state. In the United States, a farm fire occurs somewhere about ev- ery fifteen minutes. : WGY FARM PROGRAMS • Friday, Mwih 3rd 12:35—\Between You and Me.\ How- ard R. Waugh. 12:45—(Women's Corner). Everice Parsons. 8:30—WGY Farm By)rum Saturday, March 4th 12:30—(WGY 4-H P^llowshlp), \New Ideas in Homemaking Club Programs,\ 4-H Club Member, Pulton County. N.Y. 12:45—(Grange Views and News), \The Paths of Peace,\ Greene County Pomona Grange. Situate at Bay View, Town of South- old, New York, Sui-veyed July 2, 1917, Halsey & Van Tuyl, Eng'rs & Survey- ors, Greenport, N. Y.\ PARCEL II: Beginning at a mon- ument on the northerly side of Bay View Road where the southwesterly corner of the land now being described along said Bay View Road Joins the southeasterly corner of Parcel I here- inabove described; running t h e n c e along said Parcel I N. 31° 22' 20\ E. 670.27 feet to a monument; nmning thence along a wire fence and along land now or formerly owned by Charles E. Terry S, 59° 30' 20\ E. 481.48 feet to a monument on the westerly side of Jacobs Lane; running thenoe along the westerly side of Jacobs Lane B. 28° 35' 50\ W. 779.16 feet to a monu- ment In the northerly side of Bay View Road; and running thenoe along the northerly side of Bay View Road N. 47° 39' 40\ W. 528.76 feet to the point of beginning, as shown on \Map of Property Owned by George R. Bid- well, Esq.. Situate at Bay View. South- old. Suffolk Co., N. Y„ Surveyed Aug. 3, 1920, Halsey and Van Tuyl, Civil Eng'rs & Surveyors, Rlverhead. N. Y. PARCEL III: Beginning at a stake or monument on the northerly side of North Road and at the southeaster- ly corner of the land now being de- scribed and the southwesterly corner of land now or formerly owned by Martin Shlpuleski; running t h e n c c along the northerly side of North Road N. 72° 18' W. 294.55 feet to a stake 0. a * M' 1W.65 feet to a stake or monument; running then(» s t i l l along said Brundage land N. 63° 34' W E. 378.73 feet to another stoke or monument; running thence along land now or formerly owned by SUas A. H. Dayton B. 12° 58' 30\ W, 553.40 feet to another stake or monument; run- ning ttience still along said Dayton land S. 1° 21' 20\ W. 141.07 feet to another stake or monument; running thenc e along land of said Shlp- uleski S. 66° 19' 30\ W. 214.13 feet to another stake or monument; nm- ning thence along seUd Shlpuleski land S. 43° 59' W. 294.71 feet to another stake or monument; and r u n n i n g thence still along said Shlpuleski land S. 16° 36' W. 1026.78 feet to the norther- ly side of North Road at the point of beginning, as shown on \Map of Pro- perties, Owned by Edwin H. Brown, Situate, Southold, Suffolk County, N. Y., Surveyed July 6, 1923, Wallace H. Halsey, C. E., Southampton. N, Y.\ PARCEL IV: Beginning at a point on the southerly side of the Public Highway Leading Through Bay View, adjoining land now or lately belonging to the Estate of Harriet D. Wells, de- ceased and running thence 8. 65° 30' E. 548 feet to a stone monument; thence S. 61° 5' E. 881 feet to another stone monument; thence S. 52° 30' E. 255 feet to another stone monu- ment; thence S. 50° 0' E. (all of said courses and distances last mentioned being along the southerly line of said 1 Public Highway Leading Through Bay i View) 234 feet to a stone monument adjoining the land belonging to the Estate of Silas A. Dayton; thence by lan d last mentioned t h e following courses and distances, viz: S. 52° 35' W. 252 feet, S. 62° 35' W. 157 feet, S. 30° 45' W. 66 feet, S. 42° 5' W. 200 feet, S. 45\ 15' W. 200 feet, N. 83° 10' W. 18 feet, S. 9° 50' E. 31 feet to a ^ain leading Into Corey's Creek and dfivlding these premises from land of said Silas A. Dayton, Estate, thence in a general S. W. direction to said Corey's Creek, thence following the windings and turnings of said Corey's Creek until it comes to a drain sep- arating these premises from premises now or lately of John N. Dickinson; thence in a northerly dlrer.Uon by and along the said drain to tiie S. E. corner of land belonging to the Estate of Harriet D. Wells, deceased; thence N. 27° 25' E. by the easterly line of land belonging to the Estate of Har- riet D. Wells, deceased, 294 feet to .the point and place of beginning. Excepting and reserving, however, from the parcel last above described a parcel of two acres of meadow on Corey's Creek, formerly belonging to Jessie Terry with a right of way to and from the same to said Public Highway Leading Tlirough Bay View. PARCEL V: Beginning at a stake driven In the gi'ound at ordinary high I watef mark of Peconlc Bay, and ad- Joining land belonging to the Estate of Silas A. Dayton, running thence by and with said ordinary high water mar k of said Peconlc Bay, the fol- lowing coui-ses and distances, viz: N. 63° 46' (a survey made by Charles | Bateman gives the degrees as 66°) W.! 800 feet to a stake. N. 63° 45' W. 400 ; feet to a stake. N. 69° 40' W. 400 feet! to a stake. N. 54° 75' W. 200 feet to a stake. N. 10° 12' W. partly along or- dinary high water mark of Peconlc Bay and partly along ordinary high water mark of the entrance leading (a) to any state of facts which an ac- curate survey of the mortgaged prem- ises would show. (b> to a first mort- gage in the sum of Twelve thousand Dollar s ($12,000.) now held by the Southold Savings Bank (c) to cove- nants and restrictions contained in a deed made by Edwin H. Brown and Adeline R. Brown to Helen L. Wulff, dated January 2, 1926, and duly rec- corded In the office of the Clerk of the County of Suffolk, (d) to all rights and easements set forth In .said mort- gage, (e) to any other covenants and re- strictions in any other instruments of record affecting the mortgaged prem- ises, (f) to encroachments by struc- tures on the mortgaged premises over adjoining premises and by structures of adjoining premises over the mort- gaged premises. Dated, February 6, 1939. JOHN M. LOCKWOOD Referee CARDOZO S t NATHAN Attorneys for Plaintiffs No. 1 Wall Street New York BUSINESS CARDS TERRY SI KRUPSKI Attorneys and Counselors at Law SOUTHOLD, N. Y. JOHN P. RUEBSAMEN Real Estate SOUTHOLD, N. Y. HARRY H. REEVE Attorney and Counselor at Law GREENPORT, N. Y. ALBERT T. DICKER80N SOUTHOLD, N. Y. Agent FIDELITY - PHOENIX \ Fire Insurance Company REAL ESTATE FRANK J. McMANN Attorney .and Counselor at Law First National Bank Building GREENPORT, N. Y, CLYDE TOOKER Counselor at Law RIVEREHEAD, N. Y, Representing from said Bay into Corey's Creek, 215 _ _ , feet to a stone monument, t h e n c e ®®® «eeius. inc. along the said entrance leading from Peconlc Bay in Corey's Creek to said Corey's Creek; thence along the shore of Corey's Creek at ordinary high wa- ter mark to land belonging to the Estate of Silas A. Dayton, thence S. 36° 50' W. by land last mentioned 1052 feet to the point or place of be- ginning. Together with a right of way to and fro m the premises l a s t described NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON. RICHARD W. HAWKINS, Surrogate of the County of Suffolk: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ac- cording to law, to all persons having claims against Ellen Bertha Whltaker, late of the Town of Southold, de- ceased. that they ate required to ex- hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber Albert T. Dickersen, at the office of Terry and Krupskl in the VUlage of Southold, New York, on or before the 8th day of June, 1930. Dated December 6th, 1938, Albert T. Dickerson Executor Terry and Krupskl, Attorneys for Executor, Southold, New York through the land belonging to the Es- tate of Silas A. Dayton to the H i ^ - way Leading Through Bay View; the last described parcel being conveyed subject , however, to a privilege of landing and landing seaweed on the shore of Corey's Creek and right of way to same reserved by Hiram Terry in a conveyance made by him to Dan- iel Y. Hallock recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County of Suffolk in Liber 199 of Deeds on page 249, Together with all right, title and interest of the parties of the first part in and to said Public Highway Leading.Through Bay View in and to said North Road contiguous to the premises hereinabove described and all right, title and Interest of the parties of the first part in and to land un- der the waters of Peconlc Bay, Corey's Creek and Goose Creek adjoining or appurtenant of all of said parcels. BEING the premises conveyed by the EDWARD P JEROMCZYK General Insurance 30 W. Main St. Phone 3594 RIVERHEAD, N. Y. EDWARD H, FOSTER Opt<Hnetrlst 118 QrllBng Ave. RIVERHEAD, N, T. Phone 2490 BARTON T. SEDOWIOK Optometrist RIVERHEAD, L. I. TU. 3063 Hours—« to 8:30 TAPPBRTS BOOKSHOP 34 f t o o t St OREEan>ORT, N. T. BookMDm—Stationers—Printers Pbone 306 late Edwin H. Brown and Adeline R. or monument; running thence still,Brown, his wife, to Helen L. Wulff along the northerly side of N o r t h j by deed dated January 2, 1926, and Road N. 75° 15' 40\ W. 170.89 feet to | duly recorded in the office of the Clerk another stake or monument; running of the County of Suffolk, thence along land now or foiroerly February 6th. 1939. owned by Charles E. Terry N. 17° 40' 30\ E. 532.26 feet to another stake or monument; running thence still along said Terry land N. 73° 01' 10\ W. 329 .56 feet to another stake or monument; running thence still along said Terry land N. 19° 19' 30\ E. 350.22 feet to a stake or monument; running thence still along said Terry land N. 17* 34' 30\ E. 1084 feet to a stake or monu- ment on the southerly shore of Goose Creek; running thence along the said shore of Goose Creek and In general direction N. 73° 07' E. 531,90 feet to a stake or monument on the south- erly shore of Goose Creek; running thence along land of the Young Estate, otherwise known us the land of Brun- dage, S. 13° 56' E. 370.50 feet to an- othe r stake or monument; running thence still along said Brundage land JOHN M. LOCKWOOD CARDOZO & NATHAN Attorneys for Plaintiffs No. 1 Wlall Street New York The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold is the sum of $114,118.14 with interest there- on at the rate of six per cent (6%) per annum from the 20th day of Jan- uary, 1939, together with costs and allowances amounting to $524.38. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments and charges which may be allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase money, in accordance w i t h said judgment, is the sum of $500, Said property will be sold subject AMwrporated 1836 Suffolk Co. Mutual Insurance Co. (FIRE) Southold New York Reliable u d Prompt JOHN E. BliOOMFUELD President and Treasurer ALBERT W, ALBERTSON Vlot President NATHAN O. PETTY Attorney J. mVINO PANNINO Secretary itopnsented locaUy by Ralph O. Duvall, Shelter Island Harry H. Terry, Orient Katberine W. Reeve, Oreenport J. Irving Fanning, Southold Vtanoei O. Rich, Peoonlo J. bneet Howell, Cutchogu* EUaabeth B. Fleet, MatUtuck WtUlam N. Wells, Jamesport Nathan O. Petty, Rlverhead John M. Bishop, Westhampton WUllMD L. MUler, Wading R i m Elvln H, Rogers, Pt. Jefferson BUtlon New Low PHoes at WOODWAR D BROS. was... ROLL BUTTER. 29e lb.

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