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TWO 9 NEWARK COURIER- AZETT& AND MARION ENTERPRISE, Rates - 2' cents a word; minimum charge 50 cents. Two insertions, 1Q% off total; 3 or more insertion^, 20% off total. *•> • Copy must be in the Newark Courier-Gazette office not later than 10 A, M. Wednesdays, R e a l E s t a t e F o r H O M E . F O E . a A i o i — u a r g e w e l l l i g h t e d r o o m s . A l l h a r d w o o d \ f l o o r s , la r g e c l o s e t s . S t o k e r ... h e a t . F i r e p r o o f r o o f . C o m - ■ p l e t e - e l e c t r i c a l f i t t i n g s . W e l l p l a n t e d l a w n . T w o -c a r g a r a g e . •- C o u l d b e m a d e i n t o t w o f i n e a p a r t m e n t s a t s m a l l c o s t , O n l y s m a l l c a s h p a y m e n t . 'M o r t g a g e t o c o v e r la r g e ' p a r t o f - p u r c h a s e . P h o n e 4 7 7 . 330 - - E a s t A v e n u e . 3 t f F Q R S A 1 E — H o u s e c o r n e r E a s t A v e n u e a n d W i l l i a m S t . R e ­ d u c e d p r i c e o r w i l l r e n t . 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PF.OPI.E OF THE STATE' OF NEW YORK Hy the tlrace of ,Uotk■ F ree and- independent,: To • RICHARn, K. GIDBEBT, an infant DAVID T. (HLBE.RT VVIUDIAM J. GILBERT FRANK GILBERT . 'FRED KELLEY, address unkown,. if living, or if h-e died before Seps tember 16. 1926; his issue,\ US any are living, and if any suotr issue died after • September 16, 1926, their exeeUtqrSe adttttrtis- tratbrs and distributees, o r if said Fred Kelley died -after Sep-; tember 16, 1926, his executors, adm inistrators and • d istributees. -------- .. . - ---..pj All W A N T E D — H e a l t h y o r d i s a b l e d h o r s e s o r c a t t l e , d e a d o r a l i v e . W a y n e M i n k R a n c h , M a r i o n , N . Y . C a l l r e v e r s e M a r i o n 5 1 0 4 o r 5 2 4 1 . 8 t f h r h o r s e s r o r a l i v e . E a r l M \ . 1 4 - W ? l c b e r A s S o n , N e w a r k ^ P h o n e 7 8 0 , r e v e r s e c a l l . u 4 5 - t f H e l p W a n t e d THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK B y 'the Grace of God, Free ani Independent: TO Gertrude Burroughs. George Wheeler. Lura W h eeler White, Daisy Wheeler Pearce all of Geneva,, New York, Flora Ridley Corwin of Phelps. New York. Nellie Ridtdy. 'W estfall' of- SOrteea Falls, New York, Florence Cook Nottingham of Chi­ cago. Illinois, cousins of Mitchell Fhadwiok, deceased.'.and: to Mary cliadwlok PUlverf Htjiiry P. Chad­ wick; Phoebe Ch'adWhiK Hoysradt, Aram inta Chadwick Mttohell and: Melissa Chadwick Graves, uneles and - a u n ts of Mitohell Chadwick,' deoeased, if : livtngv. a g a -.if dead.* to their executors, adm inistrators and- all distributees, lifetfAi a t -law,- next of kin; legatees; and.: devisees, o f the said Mthy d l M M h PUlveiy Henry P.' OKadWlck,-. Plibehe: Chad­ wick Hoysradt; Araminta- Chadwick- ■.ttchell “and- Mdllsisan Chadwlpk Graves,'and-aH-thfe.pjifscrns,who by. purehase’ o r ' iplierttatn'oe.‘or; other- mine, ■ hnoA. nn nlni-rrff, trw., bava nn W A N T E D ^ - S e p t e m b e r 1 , G i r l o r w o m a n f o r l i g h t h o u s e k e e p i n g a n d c a r e o f c h i l d . M o s t o f a f t ­ e r n o o n s o f f , b u t c o m e i n 2 o r 3 n i g h t s a w e e k t o s t a y w i t h c h i l d . G o - h o m e n i g h t s . V i c i n ­ i t y o f W e s t A v e . a n d W e s t M a p l e . I n q u i r e C o u r i e r - G a z ­ e t t e o f f i c e . 2 4 t l W A N T E D — E l d e r l y l a d y o r g e n t l e m a n to b o a r d . E v e r y c o m f o r t . R e f e r e n c e s g i v e n . M r s ; J a m e s M u r r a y , 2 1 6 B l a c k - m a r S t . P h o n e 2 4 6 - M . 2 4 t l p . W A N T E D — A w o m a n a r o u n d a g e ’ o f 4 0 a s h o u s e k e e p e r f o r m a n a h d 2 s m a l l c h i l d r e n . R e f e D i •loo e n e e s r e q u i r e d . C h a r l e s F ? K f e f e k e r , 1 1 6 G r a n t S t . 2 4 t l A r t i c l e s fo r S a l e F O R - S A L E — P i c k l e s , a l l s i z e s . B y : o r d e r . M r s . . A r t h u r R e s s u e , M a r i o n , T e l e p h o n e 5 1 6 1 . 2 4 t l p GERTRUDE A. AUSTIN , ARTHUR O. STOUT, as executor Of the Last Will and Testam ent of -John P. Kelley, deceased.' JENNIE JONES MARGARET L. DICKSON All other next of kin- or ben's at law of L. Stone Kelley, deceased,- as of the 16th day of September, 1926. if any, whose names, places of residence and post- ..ffire addresses are unknown to the petitioner herein; and i t any; of such other next of kin or heirs at law of said la Stone Kelley, deceased, have since died, then their husbands or widows, if any, and their exec­ utors. adm inistrators, distrib­ utees and successors in interest, whose names, places of resi­ dence aiid 'post-offlbe addfesSeS are unknown to netitianor, be* lug the persons interested • o r who may claim an' interest\ in’ the distribution of the estate of- L. Stone Kelley, deceased, w-bd- was at the time of his death a resident of the County of Wayne. New York, other next of kin- o r heirs a t law of I , Stone Kelley, deceased, as of the 18th day o f March, 1941. it any, whose naffies, places of residenoe a n d ! p o st- offide addresses are unknow n ' to the petitioner herein.-ahdt dfiiany of such other next Of-- k in' or heirs • a t law o f ; said - L; Stone Kelley, deceased, have since died, then their h u s b a n d s : o r widows, if any, and their-exec­ utors. .adm inistrators, distrib­ utees and successors' in; interest, whose names, places at” rqsi-i dence and post-office. addresses are unknown to petitioner, be­ ing the persons interested or who may claim an interest in the distribution of the e s tate Of 1,. Stone Kelley, deceased, whip was a t the time of his-'doath a resident of the Couiity. o£- Wayne. New York, send greet­ ings To all other creditors and persons interested in the estate o f ; L. Stone Kelley, late of the Village of Newark, County of, deceased, send greetings: WHEREAS, Jam e s E. Keiley of the city of Rochester: Monroe County. New York, has presented his am o u n t as executor of the will of I, Stone Kelley, deceased, lately, residing- in the Village of Newark. Wayne- County, New York, and a’ petition praying that his account’ be judicially settled and- the wall- of L.- Stdne Kelley judicially construed. — NOW~-t T H E R E FORE; •; -Yoir ,aHd each-'-of cyoii are hereby; cited to show cause before the Surrogate's Court of. the County of Wayne, to be held in the Surrogate's Office iri the Village of Lyons. W ayne Coun­ ty. New York, on the 2nd day of September. 1941. a t ten o'clock the forenoon, why such' settlem ent should not be had and why .the will of L Stone KOtley should not be judicially construed. And such of you as are hereby cited who are under the age of twenty-one years, are required to appear by your guardian, it yon have one. and if you have noner to appear and apply fo r one to be ap­ pointed, and in the event of your neglect or failure to do so, the said Surrogate will, a t the time ahd place above named, appoint a com­ petent and responsible person to appear as a speelal guardian for you herein. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused the seal of the Surro­ gate's Court of the said County of Wayne to be hereunto affixed. WITNESS. HUN. JAMES D. HUR­ LEY, Surrogate of the said County of Wayne, at the Surrogate's Office in the Village of Lyons, in said county, the 26th day of June, 1941. K. A, KIDLICK, clerk Surrogate's Court. TO THE PERSONS 'ABOVE CIT­ ED: Personal appearance- under, this citation is not compulsory. You may appear in person, by attorney or not at all. If you have an y in­ terest in this estate and wish to protect it, appearance in person or by attorney should be made on the return day. Block and Smith. Attorneys, 412 Union Trust Btiilding. R o c h e s t e r . X . Y . 2 2 - 4 t wise, have, or- claim: to - have interest .in the; above1\entitled -mat­ te r • derived through.'M aty'' Oiladwick Pulver,' Henry P. ChadvV'lolc,-.Phoebe Chadwick, Hoysra'dt,. , Araminta Chadwick Miteh'oir 1 and Melissa Chadwick . Graves? o r their” execu­ tors,- administrators, distributees, heirs a t law-, next of kin; legatees, ilevisees sand, other,- if-anyti there'the; AiuFtheh” names-andiiposb* office ad-. dresses are- unknown,. to • the • p e ti­ tioner, a n d also ail- 'persons who are or- rriakq.-any- claim 'i whftt'saover as executors\ on* adJnmistritore-'oC* any person who may; be-- deceased,-'' and who, I f HvlngKW6uld.fhaye-.ai) infcer- -ist. in,itheiaboveventftrfld',matter do* ■ived 1 through any ov> all of* the above- mentioned * pepple or their distributees, heirs - a t law, next' cif: kin,, legatees, devisees, and which persons,- i f -any there-be.- h iid'itheir names aiid ipost office- acidresdes are unknown to your petitioner; G R E E T I N G : WHEREAS? Wilford;' T, Purchase of tlie Town of Arcadia,. County of W ayne and 'State• o f New York, lias lately applied _ to the Surrogate’s Court of bur County of Whyhe to have a certain instrum e n t'in Writ­ ing. cahsisttng.Wf one slifeet, -relating to real and ; personal property, duly proved as the last W-illi' and Testa - ^ “tj.'ofcjNemnbnacfiaawiiokj ldte o_ . M '1 flit, 4*^4. ad -1 A a. Of' ptetit _________, _ the-County o f W a y n e and 'State of i trkHT^l n m% A A_ &few\ YbvlCi, d^ceasedi , You and * each of you- a r e cited 't o shtyw^ cause before the Surrogate of , ouit -Comity of Wayfie, a t his ofhbe ifr tlie Village 6f Xiyonsit ill. ;sald • Cbiim^V orr* the- 2nd day o f ' September, 19W, a t ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why the said will and testam ent should not he admitted to probate. And, suah of you aa are hereby cited as are under the age of tw e n ­ ty-one years are required to appear by your guardian, if yoii have one, or if you have none, to appear and apply for otte to be appointed; or. in the event of yotir neglect or failure to do so, a Guardian will be appointed bj' the Surrogate to rep­ resent and act for you in the pro­ ceedings; and WHEREAS, the said Wilford T. Purchase has also applied .to our Surrogate of our County of W ayne for a decree aw arding to him Let­ ters of .Administration with the will annexed upon the xirobate of said will. THEREFORE. Y ou and each of you as are cited and required to appear at tlie office of the said Sur­ rogate. in the Village, of6 Lyons, in said county, on the ‘Jnd day of Sep­ tember, 1911, at ten o’clock In the forenoon of the said day, to show N. Y. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14 ' iiW iV'1 i y .f a ir. -.'Ax** TELEPHONE 1 (|1[ELEPH0NE71 L e g a l N o t f d s CITATION ON PROOF OF WILL THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK By .the Gracei-or-’ Gotif Fr6* unjl ; Inllopfiiaotws ... TO Adrian Den decker; also known; a s . Adrian Boerman. it liying, whose address is unkoWii, ah'dMf { he be dead, then, to- hUt-descend­ ants, distributees, heirs a t ltiw, next of kin. widow, executors, and adm inistrators and ail ..per­ sons in -any' manner in terestCflfiin his estate-W hose.names andajiiaces of residence ' ar-e unkown • and cannot, w ith due diligence, be ascertained; heirs at law and next of lcin of Carolina Den decker, deceased, send greeting-: WHEREAS, William Den. decker, of the Town of Arcadia, County of Wayne, and State of-New York, has lately applied to the Surrogate's Court of our County of ■ Wiiyti’e.‘to Have a certain instrum ent in w rit­ ing consisting ot one sheet relating, to real and personal property, duly proved as. the Last Will and 'Testa-\ inent of Carolina Den decker, Ihte of the County of W ayne arid State of New; York, deceased: THEREFORE, You and each pf you are cited to show caiipe before; the Surrogate of our County of Wayne, at his offloe. in the-village, of Lyons. .In said . County, on thd 2nd day of -Sep.tembqr; 1941, at ten o’clock in tlie: forenoon;,of t h a t *d®y,- why the said will and testam e n t should not be admitted tq probate;. And. sucli of you as are hereby cited as are under the age of tweli- ty-o 11 e years are required to appehr by your guardian, if you have one, or if, you have none, -.to appear and apply for one to be appointed:' or, In the event of your, neglect or failure to do so, a <lirardUui W-Ul. be appointed by the Surrogate to . rep­ resent aiid act for you in, the pro-; fe e d i n g s . IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused tlie seal of the .Surrp-. gate’s I 'b u rt of tlie: said County''Of Wayne to be hereunto affixed. WITNESS. HON: JA-lVfES p. HURLEY. Surrogate o f the said County of Wayne, at I lie Suriugate's Office; in. the; Village of Lyons, in said County, on the 21st day of July, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and-forty-one. JAMES DC HURLEY, S t a t e o f N e w Y o r k , D e p a r t m e n t O f S b a t e , s s .! ; * I ' P © ' ' H B H ^ O T R T I F ^ t h a t a c e r t i f i c a t e - ' o f \ ■ d i S k o l i l t i d n o f H I G H W A Y - F B E I b H T , I N f G . h a s ■been f i l e d i n t h i s d o p a r t m e h t t h i s d a y a n d ' t h a t i t ' a p p e a r s t h e r e f r o m t h a t s u c h c o r p o r a t i o n h a s c o m p l i e d - w i t h - s e c t i o n o n e h u n d r e d s 3 a n d * f i v e * o f t h h ' S t o c k 1 C o r p o r a t i o n L a w , a n d t h a t i t - i s d i s s o lv e d - ,' G r V B N ' - I N - ' D t r F f c l C A T E F u n d e r m y h a n d a n d o f f i c i a l s e a l o f t h e D e p a r t m e n t ' o f ' S t a t e , a t d h e . C i t y o f , A l b a n y , t l f f s ' i i b t i f t h ' d a y - , o f A u g u s t , o n e ' d h o u s a n d \ n i n e - h u n ­ d r e d a n c l t f O r t y j o h e . M B 3 H A | B L P . W A L S H . i - S e c r e t a r y ' o f f s t a t e . & p M ? . 0 & m D e p u t y - i 'S S c r e t a f y v o f i t S f a t e ; ( S e a l ) (Seal) W right & Livingston. Attorneys for Petitioner, Newark, New York. 21-4t N O T I C E of THE Kim-: HKLilOK ATION oK WAYXK COUNTY NOI ICH OK \ \ M Ali lljRKTiXfe Nouot- us l»eiH*by given. thaL .the AntJUHl M»*etjp«r of me Kfre Rqlief- Association of Wayne, (’ounty, wlVV be held in Grange Hall. Newark;- N. Y.! oh the LMJth ilnv of August. 1941. at l«i o'clock a . M.. O.tf.T.i for the election of iMrectors and such otlier bnsint-sp as may properly come be­ fore the meeting. Dated the n t h day of August, 1941. KHir.ANPKn iu o k a r d . Secretary, Macedon, K. Y. L e g a l N o t i c e Notic to Section hereby given pursuant 13-B o f tlie T ^ a n ^ a r t ^ Wayfce>AC&USe 'why such a decree’should not f be made, and such of you as are hereby cited as are under the age of twenty-one years, are required to appear hy y o u r Guardian, if you have one. or if you have none, to appear and \apTJly for one to be ap­ pointed; or. in the evedt of yotir' n eglect or faiiOrd to do so,, a G u a r­ dian will be appointed by the Sui r rogate to represent and act .for you^ Jin the !prcw?6Klrx^ gate’s' -CoUrtV o f 'the skid County of W ayne to pe hereunto affixed. WITNESS. Hon. Jam es Dr Hurley, surrogate o f . the said County of Wayne, a t th e ’Surrogated Offlae in the , (Seall Village of- Lyons, in said * county, the 1 ;th day of July, t 1941. JAMES D: HURLEY. Surrogate. TO THE PERSONS ABOVE, CIT­ ED: Personal appearance under this citation is not compulsory:. You may appear in person, by attorney or not at-all. If you have any iri- terest in this; estate and wish to protect i t , appearance, in. person, or by attorney should be made on the return- day. Purchase & Purchase, F i r s t National Bank Building, Newark, New York. 21-4t Found I I? F O U N D —- B r o w n a n d w h i t e f e - . m a l e P o i n t e r . I n q u i r e W a y n e L y o n , P a l m y r a E D . 1 . N e w a r k - M a r i o n E o a d . P h o n e P a l m y r a 3 0 - F - 1 4 . 2 4 t l p P o s it i o n W a n t e d E M P L O Y M E N T W A N T E D ^ - C o m - p e t e n t / r e l i a b l e a u t o m e c h a n i c . : W o u l d , l i k e . t o o b t a i n y e a r a r o u n d w o r k i n - N e w a r k . 1 8 y e a r s e x p e r i e n c e . 4 y e a r s f l e e t • S u p e r i n t e n d e n t c a r s a n d t r u c k s , F a m i l i a r w i t h w e l d i n g , g a s o r e l e c t r i c , p a i n t i n g a n d . a l l t y p e s o f a u t o r e p a i r i n g - I n q u i r e C o u r i e r - G a z e t t e o f f i c e . 2 4 t l p (SraD N O T I C E N o t i c e is h e r e b y g i v e n t h a t L i ­ c e n s e N o . 0 3 9 7 h a s b e e n is s u e d to t h e u n d e r s i g n e d t o s e l l b e e r a n d a i e a t w h o l e s a l e u n d e w S e c ­ t i o n N o . 7 6 o f t h e A l c o h o l i c B e v ­ e r a g e C o n t r o l L a w a t 1 1 2 L a k e s t r e e t , N e w a r k , W a y n e C o u n t y , N e w Y o r k S t a t e , f o r o f f p r e m i s e s c o n s u m p t i o n . R O Y M A S O N 1 1 2 L a k e S t r e e t N e w a r k , W a y n e C o u n t y , N e w Y o r k S t a t e 2 3 t 2 • W A N T E D —- C o n f i d e n t i a l w o r k s u c h a s i n v e s t i g a t i o n s o r b u s i - n e s s t r i p s . A n y p l a c e . B y a f o r m e r - B u r n s o p e r a t i v e . R e ­ f e r e n c e s . P . O . B o x 2 6 3 . 2 4 t 2 p N O T I C E N o t i c e is h e r e b y g i v e n t h a t L i ­ c e n s e E B - 7 3 4 7 h a s b e e n is s u e d to t h e u n d e r s i g n e d t o s e l l b e .e r A n d a l e a t r e t a i l u n d e r s e c t i o n N o . 7 6 o f t h e A l c o h o l i c B e v e r a g e C o n t r o l L a w a t 1 2 1 W e s t O n i o n S t r e e t , N e w a r k , W a y n e C o u n t y , N e w Y o r k S t a t e , f o r o h p r e m i s e s c o n s u m p t i o n , E M I L Y M . M O O R E 1 2 1 W e s t U n i o n S t r e e t N e w a r k , W a y n e C o . 2 3 t 2 N e w Y o r k S t a t e L e g a l N o t i c e . P u r s u a n t t o o r d e r o f t h e S u r ­ r o g a t e o f W a y n e C o u n t y , n o t i c e i s h e r e b y g i v e n t o a l l p e r s o n a h a v i n g c l a i m s a g a i n s t F r a n k A . S h e r m a n , l a t e o f N e w a r k , N . Y „ d e c e a s e d , t o p r e s e n t s a m e w i t h v o u c h e r s , t o t h e s u b s c r i b e r a t h i s o f f i c e , N e w a r k , N , Y , o n o r b e f o r e S e p t e m b e r l ^ 1 9 4 1 . D a t e d : F e b r u a r y 2 5 , 1 9 4 1 . C H A R L E S H . H E R R I C : 'Public Sale Household goods of the late Elia Miller Wilbur, 309 E. Uniou Street. Mon f’uri'i»riitio,n« IjSW York st.,t. -trVc-^CGaja ' ' J t f l y 1 3 i ; 1 9 4 K 'W i.tr tIon1 has filed on th e P u b l i c S e r v i q ^ ' G d ^ l t l i B S f and M r . a n d - M S $ . A * F . ‘ ‘J o n e s ! ; o f ! R o c h e s t e r ' v l s i t e d i ‘M # t H / M . 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