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The Medina Register. (Medina, N.Y.) 1877-1931, May 26, 1910, Image 4

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.nwiawiw*'* » I'limi'i II •m* uiu'i^^rmmummmmmim iamm mmhmmm mmmmm I •'(•' f - ' : i ^ t% Home Course In Live Stock FaritfSng \ By C. V\ GREGORY, Author of \Home Course In Modern ' AlWctulture,\ \Making: Money on the Parirri,\ Etc, via, xxrxn.-oooD Bnnoi-siunn siuser. ford, will probably Uu more satisfac- tory. On the ranges of the west the tutNjf Moxlnoa aro beat adapted to tbo conditions. Ill getting if start In the sheep busl- ne.ii, especially If you havo novcr Wshwl ibecp, It Is best lo buy ibreo or four owe* of llio desired breed. In to- locting owes wlicro mutton Is to bo tlio chlot consideration considerable attcn- (Jon ihaald bo paid to (bo mutton type, Tills Is much (lie samo as tlio meat typo la otlicr animals, They should txi bmS, deep and fairly long, wlUi good spring of rib ana braail. well cov- ered buck; and loin. Tito rump should fee loilar a»3 (ho bind legs vol] mealed bo(h Inside nnd oat, »» this, together •with Ibo back and loin, Is tlio most •valuable part or tho slioop. T1:D qual- ity Jlioald bo good, as shown In flno b*«a and: bono. Tito constitution •ootid bo ROOII, ns shown by depth ot cbssljucps noitribi and width between tbo foto less, Good quality of -wool Is ibown by a dOM, oven crimp. Tho wool should to deniiOD all pimiot the body. Its&ouid not hi barab, and the (Ibcr should bo •troiijt and; iftt easily,\broken. Them srtwnild be no d/md hairs In tho wool, Bnocp aw* often trimmed so an to ap- pear (nttcft wider and htockter than tboy ftslfcr* are, Too only way to lelt tho KM form ot a trlmiuod sheep la by touch, in t|olug over a sheep with the Ittads do not dig Into tlio wool with |hr> fingers, thus tearing It opart atad JeftetttnK tho vnluo of Iho llcecc, hut Kel with the palms or the out- taroKM band. In buying ewes bo •rare to examine their mouths carefully. Ewes that aw ''down In tho month\— that In that'nro so old that their teeth *ro Wtt down to tho gums-are a los tng proposipn. Wheti cWes tiro bought of n breeder tboy vrlll nsuatly DO bred. In raising lsunhj for warkot on any considerable •caio owc» bought on tho general toor- >c«t oM a Rood deal cheaper, and very good results can bo obtained if mated to a good, euro bred rain. The same Jjelnlj ot teui spoken o£ In connection *rith Iho *wo jtould bo looked otter In. solcJUos: tho ram. In addition, ho abonw show masculinity In a strong , bead*, thicfc neck and large cheat. His legs should ho Btrong, especially In the pasterns, and ho should not be Over- Jsyt The rani should bo from a strain «£ proalabte producers. \Where a Irani iamb Is used for serv- iea lltfeen or twenty owes arc ns many its be enn well handle. It Is better and more profitable to use « moro irtaturo sire. A yearling can ueErroliitety to forty owca and rin old wuaslxty \when they nro loft to run •with tho Koek all tho time. A, hotter plan is to turn tho ram In with the ewes tor a sl;ort time, only at morning and Sight keeping blm In a pan by- /himself the rest ot the time. In Oils /way tho rnrn can • serve dOubfo tho numbefof ewes, it is a gotM plan to Btncnr the ram'a breast with paint be- fore turalns him out wllh the ewes. T3ion ttftesr be la taken out' n brlof Bloaco Wlli show just which ewes hnvo' been hrcd. Theao can bo marfcett with •ar titjj o r paint and tho date of scrr- BROVIN'S PARTfJER. TIi# All Around Gsniua That Would Juil Fill tho QUI. tClio folloravlng Is intotcd from die ArooHMn Magnalno imu is signed by at,, icoi •\Hero's tbo ttholo thing In a nut- Bhell,\ said Brown to mo. \I am now , twenty-eight years old, Imvo my own* husInoSs ana havo brought it to such n, •stato liiit 1 havo decided to tako a partner,\ : \Trjkb obe^\ atw\yerod 1, •^ThSfO's tbo rub,\ ho gave bade \M$ 'ilftrtner must bo such on nil arounii :kht«v]ng otto that I'm afraid i'U bn,vo hard work to till tho post- •Uott ' • . , \^ piirtoor inimt be able to make la'wsand to onforce- tliom, must bo abloto' carrjr out complicated chemical .-. /woirk,.iiius-fc bo a Blilllei niechnnlc, must know,*oftieEblirg-o*«economlcs, must bo • able to buy writes of all kinds with ' ,-dtio consideration of my nuances ami iriust US nbte to do tailoring of a kind •If •flecoHsaryV' • ^oldion, Browli!\ said t. \Are you • dfbuy, ls;tbe' viflgaHanS sayv\ xiiyfUfid JK». by American Witt Association. fNDEB faxflrahlo, conillHons tbo- »hcop Is 009 of tho most prpiltiBio Kinds of Uvo stock -tfent CBa4jojttla(ld. She Orst ^uon'tlsiX' to toMtesff in this business is jgllktos for Jtr Tto'sccood |a a propor ' Mllbn. Bhoop kept on low pastures bocotttii Tsronny or \nffoctcd with foot Tolena. aro eoldom printable. • ^toet> ^ira'rihio to wo large amounts ofttugBk.iced that would otherwise go towiwte, uakioff ecoiiohiksdl. gains on food that tho other animals of the farm wiu not tpach. Thoy nro espe- cially jfoOd for cleaning up woody Jaqfl, * (There Is no better inctlioa of ridding a w»sd JafMtea fiold of tho crop which render* It worthless for agricultural liurpowii than' to *turn It over to tlio tondtr mercies of la rioofe of sh«i>. .it nujleni Uttlo wliatapooles of weed has outittoed tho Bupromaoyi it is doomed to o>Uacflon', The Mutton Type. Pot produoliuT hlgli class mutton Bhreinhbres and Sontl»down» are large- ly Meg. 'Jfhoy aro the most pcrfeot fopronentatlvcs of tho mutton type, but nro Boraotlmcs erlllcloed becauso of their ennnll size and consequent lack ot cipodty for rough feed. Wlicro thwo l« «v largo amount ot roughage to ba got srway with. *omo 000 of tho largo breed\ nicb ns Cotswold or Ox- Ice recorded. These, owes should % kept iu s pen by themselves m-ts te.# Cm until tho porlod of hoat is over, , Twenty w«el(« is the usual (Into M <• gestation la owes. On the gfitiliraj: farm tho preferable time t» imyo Ugf: lanacs «9«o to Just about the* time tb> grass Is. starting well, if you are in; the pure bred husluess it wjl! pay to have tho 'a*\ n°W» « 'Ktio eVIIej than tills, as tho larger lamhs hrtoiB bettor prices as brt'eders In the fail- lu= order to havo tho ewes tio'ioo-la. Iieft|: as nearly tbo same,time an possihlo a pianknownas\iluijbltig\Isofton mm This oohsiists in taking them front '•{ rather poor pasture and turning thiSrn into ft luxuriant grpwth of rape ;or Boroo other good forage. A little graw. say ono-half pound a day per bead, should also bo given*' Oats and brtin', ivlth a little oilmeal ndUpd, wake One of the beat rations for tip ram during tho brooding Booson. no should bo given nil be wjii clean np when In Ueayy service. Winter C»ro. Durhig tbo winter tho owes should bo.fod on a ration of oats and bran, with perhaps n Uttlo corn added. Clover hax la pao of the best forms-of roughage, A littlo silage will add stie- culcnco to tho ration, but it should not ho fed la very largo quantitJea. IWoto nro also good for this purpose. Bierclso Is* essential. A winter pas- ture over \which tho ewes can run will provide this, but tboy Bbould not bo made to depend on this pasture for any considerable portion of their feed* Sheep can'stand a great deal of cold. If their liceco dees not becomo wot, A dry, well bedded abed, open on the south, u tho best sort of winter pro- tection. Just before lambing the wool on tho flanks nud udders should bo clipped. A Uttlo oilmeal should bo nddod to the ration for two or three weeks prior to lambing. Many of tbo newly bora lambs wlllbavo to bo assisted to stand up and suck, after which they will usually bo able to tako care of thorn- solves. In cold weather lambs nro liable to wnudor away from' thoir mothers and got chilled. Tho beat way to aavc a chilled lamb Is to put It la warm water for half nu hour. It should bo thoroughly dried before put- ting It back in tlio I>en. / Tho larnba shonld be weaned when they nro from throe to four montlia old. This Is n critical tlmo In thulr lite, as n check In growth will glto parasites a cbnnco to get n start. It Is a good plau to havo 0 fresh pnsturo of clover or rape to put the lambs In at this time. Itapo and clovor mixed and sawn Willi onu make excellent fait pasture after tho oats nro harvoatcd. Anptiior way of pttlng geod fall feed for Iambs Is to BOW rape In tho corn at tbo Inst cultivation Tbo lambs will cat tho rnpo, weeds and lower lonvctt of tho corn, leaving tho field In er- ccllent shape for hushing without In- luring tho eorn to any eitont The lambs should bo docked nnd castrated whllo young. Feeding the ttmbt. Tbo lambs shonld bo taught 10 cat before weaning, and a small ration of grain should bo fed from that tlmo on, TUoro Is no bettor feed for lambs than oats. When tho lambs nro ot» clover pasture halt tho grain ration may ha mado of corn. As a general rnio It Is hotter to avoid tho holiday rush nnd. market tho Iambs Inter In the season with a better flnhtb. A* soon ns they aro off pasture tho \grain ahonld bo In- creased ontll thoy are getting oil they' wjll cat Corn and clover hay mako' one of tho best rations for fattening' sheep Before phute tho lambs into tho feed lot a fow of tho best owes should bo sorted out to replenish the flock. Ail unprofitable owes or those' that aro getting old Bbould bo shut up' and fattened ns toon ns tho larabs aro weaned. Plenty o{ (rait should /bo pro-' vHlcd for tbo-.sheeWBtlng the'fatten.' Ins period ns well.M a t nil other times' of year. Bait in| mow necessary to' sheep than to any! other class of stock.j Sheep nro not vor^ iwavy drinkers, but* they do need some wfiter, nnd n supply* should bo provided at all times. Many feeders make a practice of buying western lambs on tho market' and feeding thorn through tho. winter.' If good stuff can bo bonglit at right Short Item«Friptfaribii* Parts of the World; ma. ure.—ntaraura JibJut tan isnihu'.' prices nnd feed- Is not tod high there Is considerable prodtln this system. In tho onstern states considerable- profit is made on \hothouso lambs.\. Dorsots aro the beat breed from which' to produce this class of lambs, aa thoy will breed out of season. Tbo owes\ nro bred In May and tho lambs 'tltted' for tho Easter market Tho shoop grower Is not compelled! to depend upon mutton alolio for hiif profit The wool la al9o a considerable' Horn, usually amounting to enough to nt least pay for the Teed. Whore a largo number of shoop aro to Iwahcar' cd tho work can ho done moro rapidly with a mnchlne than by hand. There\ Is also a saving in wool, as the ma- olilno clips closer. \No;\ ropiieir*no. \t vMht s wifo. Look nrouud among your friends and seo If any ono man among them could do nil that a good housewiro should bd able to do. Sho must make just lawii for tho family mid enforce thorn. Slid must undorsttmd tlio Complicated ptpc* esses of cooking. Making, tnOndlhg, washing, ironing and otherwise carJ tng for the clothing of a family re- milro mechanical akin, nriuglhg up it child properly requires fur mord knowlcdgo aiid wisdom than selling dry goods of \standard makes anil prices year after year. Whore ore moro seleaeO and skill required than In the sickroom? Atid If the wife does not know how to do ftil o f these things how call sho direct the work of lief paid fieift especially If tbo help knows leas than she does?\ \My dear boy,\ said I, \do the way 00 per cent of us do-marry and trust to luck.\ A Shoekinj CUiwtlpn. Traveling Man (tayhofel clerE nt eduBter)-Carl I tnket*\ iiath here! Clerk (Ihdignnntt-No, sbS'iiSro a roohi ^Llpplacott'ft flecvd bf Msny Hatip»MtiO»'C<in*d[«n»iW snd Put In Small »p«ce an'd'/iK' r»na«d With 8p«ol«l Begard for Ih* , Oonyehlenct of the Rsadef Who H»« Mttl* Tims :tm «|»r»4» ' Tilflrttliy, A cable dispatch iloscrlbed the pub- lic lying in stato of King Edward/a body In, loriddD, The Now York state sehate- adopts tho income taxamendiflSritliy'Zf Jo 20. Socrotary Moyer Informs ^ayrnafltei 1 Ooftorat Posers' that So 'will be re- moved from, fle&d of tbo naVy ftdreau rm soon as oxpeH accbfitiuiriU.'flhish thoir oxamlnatlons. Automobliuts ' bomhata\Ipgfalaiors at Albany WftU prptOst^agairist^'Cal' Ian and <Jiui*H»Ul»? ' . v ! IlopreBontatJve Gardner introduces' new postal savings hank Dili In house which 1B nlifoved by Rephbiloto mom- bors and satlafle-B prosldent, Announcomoht is made: after con- ferences in Washington: that a com- promise botwoon tho regulars and tlio ihsorgonts on tbo railroad b|U la Im- possible Frldiy\ Tlio Now York Bonuto- dofbated tho Hughes direct nominations bill by a, voto of 26 to 23, Dr. Jaracs Oltvor tolls 'BdBtbn lnvOs*- tlgntorfl, thn,t,ii)a£.teurl!ed milk 1s daia- goroua and unlit tor food, A Now York Arm Obtains from Chi- na a W.OOO.OOO order for raliroad sup Plies, according to cable\ advlcoa from Pokln. Sir Ernest SbacWetoti announces ho will head an oxpodltfoh to start for'lho' South polo In tho aurdmer of 1011. aoorgo W. Coloman, tbo olork who robbed U10 National City bank ot Cnmbridgoep $300,000. la sentenced to 16 yoaraTmprlgonment A lino ot people, flvo mllos long, waits to gala admission to Wcatmln- fltor hall to VIQW tho cotnn ot tho lato King' Edward VII., says a cablo dispatch from t>ondoii. Saturday. American bluejackets aro landed at llluoilclda to protoct Ajnorlcan tator- CHlil, Domocrnts balk compromlso to rush railroad bill through tho sonata. John A. Hall, defaulting. Imnk treas- urer, la aontonced to from twolvo to nttcon year* In tho penitentiary. One hundred train loads ot immi- grants a day ruah to take up land in Montana, Washington reports. Senato paanos Cnllan automobllo till, which will add Jl.SOO.OOO to high- way tuads snd rcgulatoi trao through- out tho stato. Holla Mooro, accused of selling two glrtu to Investigators in tho \white\ slave\ Inquiry, Is convicted by a Jury In apodal sessions court. Now York. Mondiy. Amorica Is to hnvo-two now dlo- cesos, says a cablo dispatch from* Homo, Comto do tossops files across the' English chunno! in a monoplane, ac- cordant to cable advleoa. Fltteon thousand persona escaped' uninjured when the main tent of Bar-' num ft Balloy'ft circus burnt at Scbo-' nccUdy. Blspatchei from Albany Indicate 1 that a deadlock Is Immlnont over d[-\ roch nominations aJil that tho govor- nor,mal call an extra sesslob. Senator nool, Judgo deorgrr Qr«y ! nnd assistant oounsal left for The* Hague, whoro tho Newfoundland flsh-' orloa dispute Is to bo arbitrated. Tuesday, King Qoorgo begins hta reign by an act ot clemency, says a cablo dispatch' from London, granting remission of short soutoncoa and reduction of others. Samuel Vogel ot Newark reports lo' New York police the toss of $10,000* in Jewels taken from beneath his wife's pillow while sho slept Unltod Statoa Judgo Emory Spoor, nt Macon, (in., saved several children' from the attack of 0 dog attltctod with' rabies Sunday. Tho surtocu-months-old son of Ern-f est Alton of Syracuse had a miraculous escape from death whoa a Now Torfcl Central switching engine and 4i cars* passed over hlnu Youns woman teacher of Prince-* Aille, III, is found shot dead In Peoria* hotel, and man companion Is held. Two children in Elisabeth, N; J., die from tho effects ot drinking a pat-1 ont medictno they v foUnd In rofrlge^ ator. Wedneiday. Twonty-two persons were drowned* as a result.of a coll&lon'between tho steamer SJkerryvoro and the German' bark J. a Vinnen In the English! channel. The Skerryvore sank. The Humanitarian league ot London* severely, attacks Mr, Roosevelt for his big game killing, says a cable dls-\ patch, Ap agreomont Is reached In tho Han* kow-aioehnan railroad loati conflict,' says n Paris cable dispatch. Export of COOO electrical horso pow^ er for American use Is opposed, by Port Frances, Ont, interests. A Now York Jury ordors Mrs. HeUy Green to pay to the Safo Deposit com-' pany of Now York S569.25 for tbo storage of eleven boxes of books and papers. Stopplnj Hiccough. Hiccough l» n dIatrpSalitK and- sdme' tlmea n drttigoTous eomfilalnt Many times a jnwMUiw of wntor -vrfll Btop lb If slmplf nii'amiws full the' following\ has neon r»uiul vt>ry clllcaeious! The nerves that nrotluep hldimgh- lire nOaf the siirtac-f of tin- nci-k. Timy may bO reached nu Mmipresspd by placing two flnirers Hght In the renter of tho top of the brenxlbobi> between the two CoCds llmr nil) up -elfher sidt' of th« noefe and presslnt' Inward, downward and otitwnr> A fow riihuffcs' pi'ossnro of thla l:lnc\ will stop, the most vbsf nftte hit*hur.li.-Ph cbni'lBs S. Moody In Outing, .. A Gintli'man stld-Boot*.' • Tho \first Rehtibmnh In Europe'.' got the very worst definition -of a gefitle- innn from bisvniet whendrlvlngdown to Brighton, The prince rogeht was arguing about, the gehticiiian and final- ly turned to his valet. And tho valet replied that a gentleman Was Ono who did not clean his own boob, it was a flunky's reply. 0ne flkca beffeV the demand, of tho rJul'-O of %ilihgf61a, Give me men who can steep liilheir boots,\-l J bndon Graphic. X DBbsrfmeot of Jutatlce l« '©oinu After the Lurr»b«pTrUsrt.' Thedeparlthoht ofJusticaeatWas'b,- Ington is going after ^he Juki- her iruat' it'hecaaii'e.JinowSi here?tBftt Br'soireral moPtiw agents, of t'he'.de^ parfment bavo befiift Investigating: 4n alleged c!>KiMnat^)n 'among luijibe* men with tioldea. of l)e|iinixlng prose- ojitlon against if Jijr Viplailori pf, the •ShermSA airitl-trust aeti It is: t}ie, bojlef of ofDoials hero that practically overy\ conoorn of ^onse- quonce in tlio country is iritereBted In tho combination and It is suspected that thp^e In it ffk tho prjeet of lum- ber ahd**evo|i go go far as to.dictate to the several members to -whom ttey abali sell. Tjie doparlment is malting the in- Jrostlgatlon on tbe idoa liat prlcos ate artificially maintained. DEIBSEPS' FLIGHT Aviator Glvsi Up» Attempt to Return Because of Wlnd- QWing: to a very stiff wind and a ha2fl JacquoB DeXiOBflops, the i*ronob' aviator, wbo on Saturday crossed the English channel from Calais to Dover in a monoplane, decided not to at- tempt to make the return aerial flight. He wont baok to «hd French torpodo boat, which was dotnltod to accom- pany him oa his flight t o England.* leaving his aeroplane to bo packed and shipped : tome, Dispatches from Ci.lnjs stato that when ho hrrlVBd ibefotilo people gave him' an'etftbuslasttc reifoption. _: -1.1-.- •') - Promin«nt Financier Dead. Now York, May 25. >* Cltarloa O. Dickinson, twlco ps-eBldont o f tbo Car- negie Trust company, nn Qfllco from which ho flnnlly retired last Dccom- bor, died' in Bt X-uke's hoapltal of ponumonla anil kidnoy disease, but the excltlns causet of ids Inst illness was tho Inhalation of somo deleterious gna In a !-.' ratory. To Invest: i. • High Cost of Living • Albany. *v.n 2.'..—Tlio assembly has; paaacil A-* ••Mytaan Qarfoln'a bill appollitinii a I'ommiaslon of llvo as- solablymi n ami tiiroo nonatora and -two clilzom at lxrge to Investigate: tho high oast of living. An appropri- ation of Si.OilO Is provided for tho com- mission, * SAVAGE ATHLETICS. Canary lelamlire Who Would Have Made* Oood Ball Playara. In tilts ago of atlilc'llCB ono might think that no people over snowed so much Interest In feats of muscular might and aklll ns fJhoso wlio havo per- fected football, bat modern games, and oven tbo games ot the Greeks at Olympla. may have boon more than matched by tlio sports of peoples now bold in light esteem. Wo havo tho ac- counts of excellent nutliorltica for the contention tfint tho\ athletic training ot ' Canary Islanders makes oven (he col- lego giants of toda? seoui weak and effeminate. These IslaniH Camo Into subjection to Spain about the tinio Ooturabus dis- covered America. Iho conerucst was duo solely to tho rrarporlorlty of Euro-' peas weapons and not lo bettor skill and prowess. Native soldiers were trained athletes developed under a sys- tem that held athletic sports to be nn Important business, liko military drill Spanish chronicles: haro left accounts of sport* of tho Islanders, From baby- hood they wsra trained lo be brisk In self defense.' As soon as they could toddle the cblldron -were polted with mud balls that tboy might learn how to protect themselves. When they were' boys stents and wooden doxts were substituted, for hits of clay. In this rovJgli school (liey acquired tbo rudiments of vrarfaro which on- ablod them during their wars to catch In their hands the arrows sbot from their enemies' crossbows: After tho conquest ot the Canaries a- native of tho islands was seen nt So* vilto who f for a sllve3> piece, let a mnn throw at him ns many stones as ho pleased from a distance ot clgbt paces. Without moving his left foot be avoid- ed\ overy stone. Another natlro used to defy any one to hurl an orange at fclrn with so great rapidity that lie conld not catch it Three ttea iiSfiS thlsj'-eich wltis a doioa oranges, and tho Islander causht every orange. As a further test h e bit his antagonists Willi each of the oranges.— St, I.ouls ncpulillc. NIPPED THE REVOLT. Dr»m»tl» Manntr la Which Zelays Caged the Contplrttors. Zelaya, the oitraorainafy roan who for sixteen years retained the presi- dency' of Nicaragua, only to lose it be- causo ho went too for In offending the government of the United States, wns never saUsHed unless be performed Ms conpi d'etats hi the most dramatic fashiorj possible. This story tBe Now York Sun tells of uffix* His-sples orfco bfobsbt him Informa- tion that a revolution was being plan- ned f by soVeral of his army officers. They were to meet or* a certain even- ing at the houai of one of the conspir- ators to arranso 1 tt«e final' details. Whllo they were eagerly discussing tho best way to sow tUs president the dodr opened and ! in >valkbd Zelaya himself. 1 \Good evening, genfcle!Sliffl 1 ,, be said pleasantly. \I htard ,you had a party hero this evening, anot I have dropped In to share tbo fun. Quito a dtslup- gulshcd gathering, You aro discussing military matters, no doubt\ Etfewent oh. chatting affably for a half hour, while-Ms enemies weare torn with fear and ampfense. Old he know of tbo piotf' Most ot^thehi'thoughfcho did t&a. wondcttd wljethdr they had better/not put a bullet; in hint at 6nce. But ho wan so cordial, so thoroughly at eatie, that tboy'hostsatcd, Presently he- rose, poured ont some wine and ralsedihls glass, \A toast gohtlenien,\ he said. \H*ro*s lonif life to the Uresldent ot Nicaragua, and confusion to all tral- torsf!' As bb spoke .ho irnrled the glass against the window, -reboro It smashed k\ pieces with a crash. Tlio door flow open, aid thirty ot for*y BOIdlers, who liia' bccjti • waitlnjj blicStdo ttr, tbb slg- *&<.- rushed Inu Ailtxxo pldfters woro \cSnti'ctca -but tho president dealt leniently with' thorn., Sorno were ifr>» prisoned and some exiled; but none \••* shot.^ . Snubbed. Hamm-»D6 you tecosbteo the p^bf6s- , sipm Ticket Jtnn-Y'es, but It* you'll stand but of- tiiS line qtiloliy r won't give you away.-Cleveland UncTer. A. Frteintlly (ireetlitgi \How dld'ybijfonjsy your vacation V \Kn'hi Ittnadeane-w-'maiiormel\ \'I congfatulato yotifr wife.*' — Ex- change. gepgraptiy, Set to Mysjo .an GTcl time. TeacJiihg Scheme. „i A Pm OF YANKEE ORIGIN. One of the Most Popular Aire In tho Llet Ui«d to Intereet the Pupils In Th»ir Studies Was \Auld Lang 6yoe>\-r- Doon\ Also liked, ijinslng geography \was a popular fad in tbo edncatlonnl lino In New York t o o'ldcn. days, narticuiarly in up state school districts, It wasfif Xan- keo ortgbi, It was. novesr mado part oil tho common scbool system of} the state,; but •was taugbt outside tho regular llQWS. A set of wall maiis known as Pel- ton's outliao maps was used; There were no names of geogxaptrical divN slpns or places on themi The instruc-' tor would go over tho\rnap on which the lesson was found, pointing out with a pointing rod tho different c'oun4 trjes, cities, rivers, lakes or whatever might be the subject la band, and at tho same time, the name of each di- vision, place or body of water would bo mentioned In song. The teacher, usually a man, would lead tho. class chorus as ho pointed, and if tho sub- ject happened ^o he political divisions the song would, run, like this, to tho tuno^f \Bonny Dooiti\ Let North Amerlct bo first In. our descriptive rhyme, rehearsed. It» northern bound the arctlO'wavos. Its cost the Atlantlo ocean laves. Tbo gulf of Mexico W* »oa Upon its southern boundary. Its western and southwestern eldee Aro washed by tho Paclflo tlilee. Tho geographical verses, wcro con* mined In tho pupils' text book called \Tho Key to Pelton's New and Im* proved Series of Outline Maps,'' Anions other things tbo following Is found in tho preface of one of these old tlmo volumes: \Wltb respect to tho versification. It la merely ncccssaryto say that the do< sign has boon to put all the Important geographical localities oa tho globe. In connection with much valuable matter, In 0 form which can bo most easily committed to memory, and It la confi- dently behoved that tho exhilarating effect of harmonious Bounds will great- ly facilitate the acquisition of this knowledge, ajMt'caro has been taken that nono but popular and approved airs bo Inserted In tho work.\ \Auld Lnng Syne\ appears to have been regarded as no especially \poi>- ular and approved\ air and wns often used. In tho very first jesson the pu- pils were taught to describe tho earth by singing tho following to this tune: The earth Is a large nail or globo Whose surfacs his been found Three-fourths vith ocean wnvei eub- tnorircd And but one-fourth dry erounil. Tiro tiundred million! of eqaare miles Earth's eurtac* does embrace. Eight hundred million people here Alt flna 1 dwell ln» piece. Tongtxo twisting names did not em- barrass the geographical voraiOcr, al- though tho enunciation of all tho pu- pils probably was not perfect when, for example, In tho lesson on Asia thoy sang to the air of \Brucc'a Ad- dress 1 'arneb lines as tbeso: Now In modulations sweet Aat&'a rivers we repeat. Ob! Unit in .Russia greet, Irtish river noxt Lost in sand behold Helmund, Then northward seek rarkund; Bm not turbid Oius ehunnttl; Blhon rtvrr see. Ural rlwr next In place, Attruck lad Koor river trace; IClxlI Irmnfc then embrace In our melody, There •wero thlrty-ono states in the Union when singing geography u'na-In vogue, and tho pnplla wore taught to bound each ot them in verse. Call< foruln was then tho newest state, hav- ing been admitted in 1850; was tho last on tlio list nnd Its boundaries were thus defined: On California's northern aide vast Oregon ll placeil, Both titan and New Mexico upon the east afe trawd. Upon Its southern borders next may Mex- ico b o found,. . . And brood FacMo's sparkling .waves com- pose, Its western bound. In thirty-four stansaa set to the tune of **Bonny Doon\ the geography class would ninke a tour of llurope and glean bits Of Information about various countries and cities visited, Tho tour would start In this fashion; Now b e our* geogxapnlo rhyrr.rs TrineiBerrcd (0 European climes. The grand divisions first wo teach Wltb tho metropolis ot each. NOrmtT. a region bleak and cold. By ChrUUarila Is controlled. Sweden, that Charles tho hero bred. Takes StoaVholm for Its chief and head. Russia. In proud expansion sits .And to St Petersburg submits. Austria, with lis Imperial crown. Vienna, takes for its enter town. Turkey, la eouthesm Europe placed, Is by Constantinople graced. Greece bnco for arts and amis re- nowned, With glorious Athono itlll l» crowned. Thus the geography pupils sang on through thr- list of European nations and capitals.—Now York Sun, Enlivened the Play. \Mohte Cristo\ -was playing to a crowded bouso In a New York theater. In a box sat d man who bad looked on the wine when it wSs red. When Monte mounted the rock In tbo sea and exclaimed, \The World is mine!\ the man.In the box shotated. \What'il you take for Hoboken?\—Brooklyn Llfo, Silence Is n Ilgitre of speech, unan- swerable, short, OOld, but terribly se- vere.—Parker. 1 A Milter of Economy. Mr6. NoeaSh-Merey! You let your girl off every afternoon? Neighbor—Yes, Indeed; it Is such a saving, The more sho Is away the fewer dishes she breaks.—Illustrated Bits. Spiteful Pationce-^l hear you're engaged to be married. c Patrice—Where In the world did you beat Ihat?^ \Jly maid told me.\ \kill did sho hear it?\ \A policeman tola\ her.\ \More mystery. How came a police- man to .know It?\ ''\Why the ninn you're engaged\ to' told hliii -when the officer Was tatting him hoiheT'—Yonkers Slutesrhah, The Judge's Joke. > | Sheriff Guy Is responsible for n court of session\ story.'. On'co when the pres- ent Mia*3oBti«0j, Clerk, fate conduct- ing a'Jury* trial-ho -mado a small Jest. ftho : auttiene\e thdhgbt\ it itr outy to langh. \Siiettce! 1 ' sbouted the macer in ffieas'rited tbhes. \There's- nothing tolaugh ati'^estinlnster iaasette. —-- FRICTIONr * _TO ^' What Causes jt «»idfWh»t SfVouW Hsp^ pin Without It, What la fricttoso-rsally caused byj \VVby \Will -two?'things in. contact apt •lipr 9tei each rfJtieA easily:? it Is be- cause «>very;siJp«?mj!0 known to science , hM..t«*tt^njIcfoscople< it is trues but still teeth; The result, then, is ob- vious. If we shove a, book across a \ table tn« teetit of the book interlock jwith.tbs teeth of tbs'table Just as, cog* ' .wheeis, .do, and.lbe push, has to be strong^.enough ..eitiier- to ben<f thein enpUghwor to. breakflthein. off for the : motion to continue.,.. it has actually, been >, observed In a micrflseopB tiat.lt the push is only a slight; pno.and- ijoyef,:the boot only a: short distance, on-the-pressure of the hand betag.removed .tbe-bpok aetually Juinps back tP itsijoran^r posltioni .This action Is asllghtsbendlng of the two sets of teeth, only not far enough for thera to lose, tbelr relaltTe posl. ' tions, and'their elasticity .on being re- leased makes the book tly back. Jt has been shown that this friction Is not soWuch^etweon-difterent bod, ies as between bodiesof the samo ma- terial One Industrial application of this is the bearings for steel axles. They are mado of brass instead of steel In some things wo want asimbch friction as possible and In others as ', little. Tho former is liiustratcdJn the friction between nn cnginee wheel and the track, sand sometimes being pour- ed on the track to Increase thafrieUon- The latter case Is illustrated In. all bearings where rotating metal is In contact with stationary metal, some- times ball bearings being substituted, thus lessening the friction, Many peculiar things would happen If there wns no friction. AU ecrowsi In wood would immediately twist back- ward rapidly and shoot out into the air; trains could not run save on COR- ged rolls, which would probably ho necessary above as woll as bolow, thus having four rails instead of two: build, lugs would tumble down, and new ones could not be built unless molded In place like Edison's or else riveted to- gether. People would have to wear shoes with long spikes In them and then havo to bo careful, for dirt grains would slip over one another easily and would act like deep sand But one great thing would happen—machines would run at 100 per cent efficiency, would give out as much energy as was put into thora.T-Lnwrenco Bodges in Now York Tribune. He Has Troubles of His Own on the Trip Across, the Atlantic. •-—*— -1; MUST HAVE A GOOD TEMPER. STRUCK A SNAG. A Painful Jolt For the Qood Roads Ambassador. I'll novcr forget tho night I called on tho Widow Yarn. Sho owned forty acres oa the main road, which I hoped to bavo Improved, in practically otery house In the county I had been hos- pitably received bran use I was a hu- man being. A pioneer citizen, member of tho Good Iloads club, took mo In a carriage to see the widow. Til watch tho horses,\ this wiso old cltteou said \I don't know what wonld frighten thorn,\ I suggested, but h» seemed to expect a brass bond or some other un- usual sight although It was S o'clock at night I aooa knew why bo prefer- red to sit out there In the cold. \Mrs. Xarn, I believe?'* I began In- gratlatlngly when tho door was open- ed. \Woll tho person who stood there observed, \I've been here forty years. You ought to bellevo It\ \This.\ thinks I to myself, \Is a strango placo for curbstone humor.\ And then aloud; \I bavo been talking for good roods, madam. Wo have de- cided to run a rock road by here, and as\- ./' \Who has decided?\ This In tbr voice of a conductor when he nska yon how old your little boy Is. \Why 1 stammered, \tho Gor Iloads club, and\— \I don't belong to It, do I? They wouldn't have a wornnil member, would they?\ \I'm sure I don't know. 1 havo been chiefly\— \Sure you don't!\ tho Widow Yarn •snapped: ~You're effleuy\\ concerned about taxing my forty acres Into the county treasury without letting me voto on It What right have you to «aiaa OT6f Us™ to bulla roads? Are you a road builder? Did you ever build a road or pay for one?\ \Madam I said, \you really do have a vote on this question If a road dis- trict is organized., You hftro forty Votes—one for every acre you own. and\— fror-face lighted up with a light that never -was seen before on human face unless perhaps In • riding on an old transfer or getting rid of a bad alcket Sho opened the door wider—I had not been admitted up to that moment—and asked mo to enter. \You Bay I have forty votes?\ she Inquired. \ \You hkve,\ I assured her, feeling like? the bearer of good news. \Well glory be!\ the Widow Yarn sighed, rocking herself comfortably. \Glory be. say I! I'll cast thorn all against your old rock roacl Now I must be getting ready for prayer meet- ing.\—Charles DIHOn in Harper's Weekly. The Terrors of Frankness. \There Is no worse vice than frank- ness,\ said a play wright \How should I feel, for example. If T asked you for your opinion of my plays and you an- swered me frankly, quite frankly? Why, I should feel ilke the poor lady at tho bridge drive who said to her hostess' little* daughter: \'Y6ur eyes are such a heavenly blue. And what color are my eyc3, darling?' \Tho child's high treble traveled easily to the farthest corner of the quiet room aa she replied, looking earnestly up into her questioners face: \ 'ibwab middles, yellow whites and Wed wimsi* '*—Ekohange. .» You Break I Your Glasses m MV£ THE PlECFsi Settd to.i-&—we duplicate JLjeNSpS without a PRESCRIPTION. Hall Orders Receive Prompt Aitentioni IE B Bauseh & Son {, Opticians, (ft At ! I * /h A A A , * His Time Wasted by Foollab • :<auoi. tions arid- Trivial' Appeals, Mainly by : Women Passengers, Yet Ho - Has: to Be Alw«ys. Polite and Agreeable* \Yes said the purser oil.one of the big liners .recently to. the vfrlter. who happenedto betaking a trip'^onr Liv- erpool to New York, '-we have pur Own troubles, i can. assure yon, anj i sometimes envy the captain bis soli- tary enjoyment of _ the bridge, «von during d sixty mile~galo. Pftssengora seein to tbink that the purser i s put on a Bhip simply to ansffor foolish questions. \Of -course there is a good don.1 which, wo havo to Tnit up wltb as -be- ing part of ourriegltjmute duties, though when a passenger brings us a hundred dollar yellow back and asks to have it changed toto_Ehgilsh, Krerich. Gerrnan and Spnnisb money and stipu- lates that there must be twice as much French as •German and half .the re- mainder In English sliver coins, pre- sumably for tips, is It any wonder that we occasionally ipse our tempers? \And then, again, tho purser is al- ways appealed to for tho most trivial 'things, A woman passenger comesto the-window, and It-it is closed she Will bang on it till it is opened, no matter if tho sign Is there a s largo as life that tho office hours are from 11 to 2 and 4 to O o'clock and sbe Is honoring me with a call at 3 p. m. Then, when tho window is raised for fear sbe will smash it t o smithereens, she says, with a sweet smile: .'Ob, Mr. Purser, I am so sorry to disturb you. I know it Is not your hour of business, hut could you tell mo If wo win really land noxt Thursday, as I told my brother we would, and I know ho will bo waiting for mo on the dock.' \Of course I am polite, but I havo somo difficulty in persuading her that I am not running the ship, and neither can I control the elements. Sho goes away with an expression that clearly shows she thinks I am keeping some- thing hack and it will bo my fault It we do not arrive at tbo tlmo appointed. \1 remomber on one trip when tho woather was particularly stormy a woman passenger knocked at my door —after office hours, of course—and begged that sho might speak to mo for a few minutes. I politely asked bor to enter, and then, her eyes starting ont of her head with tho excitement of suppressed emotion,, sho implored mo to draw up her will. I protested that I was not a lawyer, but do yon think she would be satisfied with that ox- cuse? Not much! There and then 1 bad to draw up a document in tho best legal phraseology 1 could muster, \When it was finished and I and toy assistant had signed it sho gave tho young fellow a sovereign for his trou» ble, and as for mo—well, she took Oft a very handsome ring and Insisted en my accepting it. 1 have that ring yet, bnt what becamo of the donor I never know, for when tbo storm abated and wo wero safo In port sho never so much as bado mo goodby, though 1° had repeatedly asked her to tako back her ring. She was a very rich woman evidently, and the 'bequests' In that will I drew up mado my eyes bulge. \Most passengers when wobavebeeo a day or so out bring tbo purser nil their valuables, for which they receive a receipt. Somo nervous women seem to think' that a 'strong room' at sea Is not a very secure place for their Jew- els, and they Insist oil seeing their treasures ire least overy'Bay. One wom- an passenger tnndu my* life a burden during it recent voyage by hiking ber valuables uut nnd puttlug,them in again three timenu day until 1 told bet that the next-tlme-she-called tor-then) I w6uld not take Uiein hack again, wkercnfc.she, told .me, swlth a jour look, that I was Impei'tiuent and she Wouid inform the captain, I believe sbe did so, but the captain gave ber n word or two of advice, regarding, thoulmpllclt trust which should -be. placed lu a parser, aild thisquleted ber. In. fact, she afterward t'anio to nie-aud apolo- gized, for her Seeming rudeness. \As a rule. I conduct church, service on board, as the captain docs not en- joy the work, but prefers toifumain on tho bridge. Many a funeral sen-loo also has fallen to my Tot, and I have even officiated at a christening, 1 am usually the one to whom a passenger flies when he is dissatisfied with bis Cabin, though tho duty of changing a stateroom really rests with the head steward. Then, again. It is the pursier who is npiiealed to when the passen- gers' elect to hold a concert, ana tbo young folks usually rush to blm also when they want to have n dance on deck. A purser can be very popular or the reverse,, and unless you have an excellent temper yon stand n good chance of being the reverse. \The funulest* experience I had was on a reccht trip, when-there'-was on board a- little «lrl about twelve years old. She.strucb up a. warm friendship with me ,nud-would walk tho deck for miles if I would only accompany her. She fell very 111 during n storm ,and refused to be comforted. Her mother- asked her If there, was anything! she pould do which would easc-hor siiirer- lng, and thoyoutigimp said thereIwas, If she would only 'skidoo' nnd let the purser read a book to her. she would feel better.. And the indulgent mother came to mo, stated the case, and—well, I compiled with her request nnd read to the child for a little whiloeacbriaay Until she was vvcll enough to come on deck again.\—London Tit-Bits. 1 ' \ '\\'''PBNJIElritABt' , .. . Optometrists; s I 6 &>t<Ma}n St'. Shelter, N. Y. | • In No Hurry. \\* \Too ninny' people,\ snlil n clergy- rliau, \regard their- ifllgioir m did the Uttlo -Boy in the Jam, closet His moth- er ponnced oh. him suddenly, k,e>st6od on tiptoe. IndllnsJiim with both hands from the Jinn -.pot to >hls month, *\ph jaefcyr _ his .mother crletl. 'AM. only: last night you prayed to be mridfe a saintl* '\ \His face, an expressionless mask of Jam, turned toward her. \ 'Yes, but not tilt after I'm dead,' he explained.\' Kith and Kin. \Very Interesting conversation In here?\ asked papa, suddenly thrusting his head through the conservatory window, where Ethei, Miv Tomklns and little Bvtt sat very fluie.tly. \Yes indeed;\ said Ethel\ ready on the instant with a reply. \Mir. Tbtn- Idiis and- 1 were discussing our kith and kinj wcrea't we, Eva?\ ,\Yefh you wathV' replied llttio Eva. •qffr, Tomklns sold* 'May i have a kith?' and Ethel said, Ttbu •kin.*\— London Tit-Bits.. . . „ ,mHIf$ AQEsWK^T,:iCiyDB.!(HI8,2aTB tlie Jmart-orsuperv^oM-pf iHe'ConoigyW Orleans, Jn saldstate,,otthe:«*oonii>»rr, - •MpnisofOpjuitr penitentiary;-, W pe£nS it perMnsS9liaroHo.lr^a^ 9 ,oripDled5rlo^£ otrj8V,oa.ttse,yho.iaBT lM-sentenccd betweui the 83dday ptpeoember, 180»,i3na the 2?4 day m Hojgpe.Ppunty.PeoIteattanpfQi: wot leas than sWya>y»j andwHosTsjUU^mnyeyeato jialcL Seiflteaura.>TyhOj\.Shc*Iri l pr-othsr proper officerloJ^saiCirjonists'.jif- -qfleMS witwa-T^itfsfjwftB.i^ .sttph SOTt^pef^'isjidiWti*gxthe.Wl*erro A aaoh 8^t«poe.%aJasa..48iOMr.,'dtS9li»rSe6V ae- . ..Iniconsia^rajiqnLWlMiReoJtittft.parly- <tf the soooad- part ,)wt«by;aa^eeau4p,KartUapart.ir Of-the . fljjt. ,\par* the--, luxp, i p*:JS.lS- \p« week for'.the;«ab»t«n»aoe. .of oaohitfdaonor -sent6>»oed-i»Bd. c$snMt«ed_to:tbo;ifla.p«i,|. tOBtlaryand-aotuaUjueoalved therebi.l»fore Jhp. SS4 toy pt- peoeaXlMr, JMOj |or 4 the ftll termor tho »en^nc»:e!Mhp^lsoner|ian,h»vo rocolvod. It Is farther nadoratood and acreod liy 8ala--parge«.th8t<i-^ttp.i«>p»ruit.5it:tt,() said •Clonnty of Monroe shall .be~ioaao out in'iho roonth of .September,pf'-joevch year, for :the analntonaneeiof -\'—' '- s theflrst day said County, v-.„ ^^-^- - ,—, r .... _... tlary, and that said accodai, shall boiarwsu-d*- ed t5 the eald party ot the second,part, with the usual affidavit attachwi nnd aWn toby ,tho uaperintondeitt.or oho of the iturpebters Of Bald Penitentiary; and tho parly, or^ho second part aEroes to audit tho said. account at tho Price per woekset forth in Jhsocint'raot, and- IBSUO a warrant thorotor drawn upoa tho Treasurorof thoOquntyor Orleaii's, and the samp shall be delivered'to said Superintea- Boalor lnspootersof aaldPonltpntlsry. Itls farther agreed that whoo flnoa ato paid at thoPonltenUary.tha aamo »haU\be retained and belong to eald Ponltentinry. It la further agrped. that the County .ot Orleans bo put to no- ptherpr:f uitaor expense with referohco to said'prisoners so received lu said Panlteatlary. tfianfis herelnbetpri, mentioned. Bxcppt ft is, agreod. that said County of Otjoana, will iopBjr.Jo thopenlton. llary tho amount advanced ife dlscbarged convicts to return to said comity, it residents thereof, and it not roaldenM, uiinm not ax- coedlnB H.60 maybe advanced to dlseharsed poraona for railroad, faro It la farther agreed by .thtt parties hereto that if from tho prevalence of TMutagiou, disease, total or partial destrnotlon of said FonitontJnry by are, orthoolomonti.or from any canae, the Inspectors ot said Paniten tlary ahall deemitnecoesary, for mr given tlmo to decline to receive priaonoraiwtttoucui oaaforeaatd, a notice In wrliuig. personam sorvedon the Ulorkot the Board of Sttper- -Tisore,of said County Ot Orleans, Ion days before tho time fixed tor docllnlnutoreoeivo Biioh prlsonera, shall releasa^he party o t the flrat part from any obllgatlpn.lmppsja.l3T the contraot, dnrlng the tlmo stated and,see forth J» tup notice so given. . It la further agreed, by the parly of tho second part. »h»t nil persons so sentenced, as aforeaald. in the.Ooonty pt Orleans, snail he transferred to the Wonroo County Paniten tary within days attor Sielr tenfonce. In witness whereof the party ot the first part, by the, Superintendent of the Monroo County Penitentiary, and therotnito duly authorized, and tho party ot tho second pari by their Clerk or Committee, thereunto dsly authorized, have hereunto sot their hands and auola^tno day and tho year first above vmm - witau^oitAia. ^, Sunt. Monroe Co. Penitentiary - MMH 8. HUJIJ, WILUAK V. BdHBADF.n, PATBIOKMoENiaCK. To all Courte, Police Jnatioos, Juitleo ot W10 Peacp and nil oUier Maolatratos in the euvarui towns and Srillagea In the County of Orleans. State ot Now Vork:. Ypu will ploaao tako notice that Iho fan. going contract was on the Doth day ot Novum ber, 1090, duly »>do and entered Into by anil between the Board ot onpervlsori of tho Coonirof Orloane land tho Board of ttnper- vlaoraof tho County of, Monro* foranildnriuii the period ot ono year, from December ST, 1000. IW Boeenibor»,ll>10,»nd that by Sec J, ot Ohapter 38), ot tho-Xawa of 1SW, u asnand- cdhy Chapter SOD, of thoXaws Ot ISTi. anil Chapter ISeloC tho Laws ot IKS, HLiiiuuJe tho dntr of all Courts, Police Justices, Jnitlecs et thePeape or other Vaglstratea, by-wlioman/ person may ho sentenced In tho County pf Orleans for any term not loss than ably- days, dnrlng tho continuance of the attcsmani aforesaid, to •onteaeeprlaonevafar any crime or misdemeanor not pnnlahablehy Impxiaou- mens In the' State \Prison to laid Stonroo County Penitentiary. „ _Datod Albion, N, Y.. NoTemoer 30th, 1900. The Board ot SnporviiKIM of tho County of Orleans, by BP.KDBK1011, THOStMCCJ, 10wl Cleric THE PEOPLE OP TUB STATE OP HEW 1 York, to, Charles Harry. Medina, N.Y.! Carl 8. Barry, Medina, IT. Y.tFrancM Med- rick, hlahwan, How Jorser; Jlattlo Ysxldcr, Sangorllea, N.Y.; Eddie AbMl, Whllo Plalm. K, Y.; JlagBio or Margaret Tiff t, Anuierdani, N. Y.; Maggie er Margaret Abeel, Banrextim, N. Y.\ Charles Aboel.Baugartlea, N. Y7; John Oreat, Chteo, California. Charlotte Slratlon, Oxford, N. Y.: Martha a Barry, Medina, Ii. V-i Nellie Qroat, Boranton, _Pa.: Obarlcs Qroat, Scrantnn, Pa.; Mary Hood, lladinn, N.Y.ntobartN, Hood, Medina, N. V,: Dor- othy Hood, Medina, IT. Y.; Fred Oroai, Chico, Calltornla- Sarah, it. Hunt, Medina, N\. S„ aiaterj Ixinin Qroat, nephew, «< St. Nloholas Place, Now York Oitar, N. Y.; Xanalnr ASsel, Saogortlea, ,N. Y,; Uortrndo Qroat, Chico, California. . -And to nil-persons Interested as helm at law and next of kin of M»rrE.Bnrrj,l»to i>t tho town of Bldgoway, In tho Countj ot Or- leans, deceased:, , Whereas, Charles N. Hood, executor nsamed In tho last will and taatasaena of Baiddeceaa* ed. has applied to tho- BorrosaU'i Couxt or thoConntyot Orleans for ths-proot-oE aaid will, which will relates to real and personal estate. Youaro thoroforn hereby cited to appear atnBurrDKato'aUoort, tohoholdln. the ril- lago of Albion, In ealicounty, on. the 6th day or Jnly, 1810. allOo'cloek' lntteforonocm.to attend the probato of-the said. irul. And. that above named, who are minor*, their general guardian, or. too .person -with wnom said minor or la'lnora rwitlo, are also required to nppear en. tho cute last menlloned. then arid there/to ahow-caos» why OharTSs WnedQn.Xffl3_,M;j^m*tiUi<,^.:jBsitabiarifisrs3 ; shouian'pVbo sppplntedlhoh; special Bnar; dianlntluaprocMdlng. ' >i* In Tostimony .Sfhoxeof, Wo bave canaod the-Seal .of Aho suxregate'a .; Conrtolthettjuntypf Orleaintotjo k herennto.afllted. \\Witnesl, Son. Cn.8.] Isaao 8. BIgnor, Surrogate of the aasd Connty. at -Albion, Jf. 1„ thia lGth day of Mar, 1810. * HiKBBRI!T.BESI>. _' Clerk of the Bnrrogate's Cetixt L'HOMifEDIEII * WEBDOXT AttpVneyB-foriExecntpr, Mpdlaa, H.Y. ISwTT T HE PEOPhE OP-TlIjeT BTATB OP KO York—To Henry TjCe.EramaDnnsnliaut, Frank Ward. Bar Ward, snencl. Wolc^tt. Jnlia Lce.-Bnnna A. Terry, f^innlo Ltctdle, BoennaWelcn/YerBBSmltJiiana. to SU nel- sons interested as heirs at law and nort of kin of Jorome>,BiBortjWtlawiot,the,t4»rn of Shelhy.. Orleans connMr, Ifew-York\ docoaaecT: ^\Whorens Cbatles <m JToea and Carl. EC. Breed, executors named M tho last Will nnd Testament of the aald doebnsed, have implied to tho Surrogate's Ooort of Orleans Oorjnty for thonroot, of ;Bhid,*wm, which relstea to real and personal estate. T' You are thorelero hereby cited to aphoax at a Surrogate's Court, to 00 neld'in'\the Orleans County (Barrogatp'a offloo. In ,t.ho Village of Albion, In said Cenntjvott»the,S8dday ! of May, 1010, at .10\ o'clock in tho fprohoon, .of. that daor to afjtehd tho'prphate bf aald ivill. And thntlf any ortKo Stovohanied persons areinfatttsythatthpy-then-and, there 8B0W causewhy.-aapeelal.gua^dlM'aBorild:. hots bo appolntodtm appoah' represent ;and fct. for them in tns proceeding for tbo protato of sold will, , In teatlmony, whereof, Wo kave oaased the'sea.! of the SnrrOKate's Gonrt-of .Orleans Oounty-to pa heare- [i»s,J nritoaffmodV -WitnossTHoh.lsuaoS. Bignor. Surrogate of said county*, at Albion, NiY.rthlB4th.day of April. 1Q10 • .. -.'.\. -. ,, HBBBBET TiBEBD, Clork:of-the\ Burrosato'a Court. i'HoiiMBDiEn^WinsDojr, •; Attornoys for.Petitlonora,' Medina, N. Y, 0w7 •^rOTICE TO OBEDITOBS.—PTJBSUAMfT -U-'e to an order of Hon. Iiaao 8. •Blgrior. Suriogato of the Oonnty of Orleans,,nollee Is aioreby. given: 1'hat, all nersoriB'havjnBr flaims against the estate of Edwih Moirrls nUngworih, late of the town of Shelby, in said county, deceased, are required to present the same, with the vonohors thereof, to the nnaerslgned.exeoutot-of .said estate, at the 'aw pfflcoef EredIj..DoWiis, in the villaSo of Medina, Orleans Oonnty, N. Y„ oil or hoforo tho lBt day of December, 1010, or In dotaWt thereof their claims, will he debarred and precluded -from payment by said eioontor out of said estate. Dated'thls I8th day of May, A. D. loio, rtJ-. ... JOHN LoVAitEY, as Executor of iho estate of EdWin-Morris aaillllngworth. deceaaed, Hw27 BHEBIET'S PKOCLAHATION, WhereaBa toi-mof the SupreineCourtlap- pointed to bo bold i i and for tho County- of Orleans' at the Obtart-Honso in Albion on jane t \ 1910. prbolanfation Is thore- fore hereby -rnndo in oonforrnity.to tlie B rooepttpme.direotod ana dolivored by the liBtriot-Attorney Pf-OrloanBOonhvy to all personahotmd to appbarat saldtermof tlioBn- prome_qunrt,Dy rooognizanooor \othorwlso.-to •SSSfSL'rf °reat: and all Jnatlcos-of .thO.Poaoe, Corbnorsanctother officers -who .haVe taken ,anyireoog-il!!;a.ncoforthe appearanSe\ of any T_ 0 ? a ?S, tt ft rao l» jourt, or who^have taken any Inquisition or tho examination of any.prlson- ?£2L,wS$ M ' J a 'Vffl i, - u ' oa *° xotnrn Sttoh fvS°^,tei 0, - i 59 , 4? u ' 01 f o r eiaminatioii at n»°^ l -i?-vS!f tno &-' s l'- l ?-r o f said Cbort Dated a.t,AlWcn A lJ;Y.. May: 11, W10. l2wS st SSP^. 11 s - OAHJASHAH; Sherlft of the Cohaty of Orleans; , gtabmibti-, for.ThO Medina agister »1 ,pbrye»ri ..' - ,4V;'—-r-t 3 *

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