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Seneca County courier-journal. (Seneca Falls, N.Y.) 1902-1944, April 28, 1927, Image 4

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'■ 'i THE SENECA COUNTY COURIER-JOUR AL STATE OF NEW YORK ) SUPREME COURT [ SENECA COUNTY ) Thomas W. Pollard as trustee under an agreement between ■Charles S. Sanderson, and Relle Shtidefftoii. his wife, dated Jan. 1917, and under a mort­ gage m ade b y Charles S. Sander- ^ son to said Thom as W. Pollard as trustee, dated Jan. i6th, 1917. recorded in S e n e c a County Clerk’s office in Liber 94 of M ort­ gages at page 379. Plaintiff. Against Adelaide Abbie Sanderson, indi­ vidually and as executrix, under the laws of the state of Califor­ nia, only, of the lastwill and tes­ tament of Charles S. Sanderson, deceased; Belle Sanderson, llilton R. Sanderson and Dora C. San­ derson. his wife; Earl J. Sander­ son and Alice Sanderson, his wife, and Sherman A. Kellogg, Defendants. To T he A bove N amed D bfen - You are hereby summoned to an­ swer the complaint in this action, and to serve a'copy of your answer, or, if the complaint is not served with this summons, to se^e a notice of appearance, on the plaintiff’s attor­ ney within twenty days after the ser­ vice of this summons, exclusive of the day of service. In case of your failure to appear or answer, Judgment ■will he taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the com- Trial to be held in the County of Dated this 2nd day of February, 1927. D anied M o r a n , Plaintiff’s Attorney, V Office and P. O. Address, Seneca Falls, N. Y. To T he A bove N amed D e f e n ­ d an t s , A m e e a ide A hbie S a nd e r ­ son , B abe J, S anderson a nd A uce S andebbon , H is W ipe ; Tke foregoing sununons is served upon yon by publication pursuant to an order of Hon. Ernest 1 . Bdgeomb, Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, dated the 15th day of February, 1927, and filed with the complaint in the office of the clerk Of Seneca -County at Waterloo, N. Y. Also, further take notice that the obi ect of this action is for the fore- ciMure of a mortgage made by Charles li. Sanderson, to Thomas W. Pollard ns Trustee, which mortgage was dated Jan. i6tb, 1917, and recorded in Sen­ eca County Clerk’s office at Water­ loo, N. Y,, in Liber 94 of mortgages at page 379, and for the sale of the property described in said mortgage, and for snch other and farther and different relief as may be proper. Said real property is briefly de­ scribed as follows: A re that part of Lot No. 135 as the same is laid down on a certain map of the Village of Seneca Falls, Coun­ ty of Seneca and State of New York, made by James Geddes, Esq., in Au­ gust 26th, 1815, and filed in the of­ fice of the clerk of Seneca County, hounded and described as follows: Commencing at a point in the east line of State street iu said Village, at the northwest corner of lauds con. veyed by James Bellows and wife to Joshua W. Wright, by deed, dated January 29th, 1863. and recorded in said Clerk’s office in Liber 65 31 page 469, [being the premises now or for­ merly owned by Fannie A. Norcott] and running thence south, 62 1-2 de­ grees east 58 8-10 feet along the north line of said Norcott lot to a stake; thence south 71 1-4 degrees east, along the north line of premises con­ veyed to Milton Hoag by Mary S. Daniels and others by deed dated Oct. 30th, 1885, and recorded in said Clerk’s office in Liber loi, at page 291, 41 I-10 feet to the northeast cor­ ner of said Hoag premises; thence south 14 1-2 degrees west, along the east line of said Hoag premises, 52 feet to a point in the south line of said lot No. 135, thence south 75 1-2 degrees east along the south line of Dot No. I3S. i54*«tto a point in the «ist line of Lot No. 135, at the south­ east comer thereof; thenoe north 27 1-2 degrees east, along the east line of said Lot No. 135^66 1-2 feet to the northeast corner of said Lot No, 135; thence north 62 1-2 degreet west, along the north line of Lot No. 135, 260 9-10 feet to a point in the east line of State street, [being the northwest comer of Lot No, 13^; thence south, 27 t-2 degrees west,' -along tne edst line of State street, [being the west line of Lot No. 135] 61 7-10 feet to the place of beginning; being the same premises conveyed to party of the first part hereto by Mary S. Daniels by deel recorded in Liber ao 8 at #age 149- A eso a small triangular piece of land adjacent to the above, escribed in a deed from Josiah T. Miller, re­ corded in Liber 108, at page 148: E xcepting and R eserving from th e foregoing |>remises' an d th i s con­ veyance so m uch of th e aforesaid premises as were conveyed by the party of the first part hereto and his wife, October 28th, 1890, to Josiah T. Miller, George B. Davis, Frank P. McCaitin, and Augusta G. Miller. All the above premises are the same described in a mortgage given by Charles S. Sanderson to Thomas W. Pollard, Tmstee, dated Jan. i6th, 1917, and recorded in Seneca County Clerk’s office in Liber 94 of Mort­ gages at page 379. D a n iex , M o e a n , Attorney for Plaixtifif, Office and P. O. Address, Seneca Falls, N. Y. Notice to Creditors. Pursuant to an order of H on . L eon S. C h urch , Surrogate of the County of Seneca, notice is hereby given ac­ cording to law, to all persons having claims or demands against Charles M. Sammel, late of the Town of Sen­ eca Falls, County of Seneca, State of New York, deceased, to present the same with the vouchers therefor, to the undersigned Executor Of the Will of said decedent, at his place for the transaction of business as such Exe­ cutor, at the office of MacDonald Bros., in the Village of Seneca Falls, N. Y., on or before the 14th day of May, 1927. Dated November 4th, 1926. W illiam S. M ac D onald , Executor. situate in the town of Seneca Falls, County of Seneca, and State of New . York, being a part of lot number sev­ enty-three (73) bounded as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of said lot an d ru n n i n g thence north two degrees and thirty mliiules east, thirty-two (32) chains and sixty-five (65) links to the center of the high­ way; thence south eighty-three de­ grees east five (5) chains and sixty- four (64) links; thence south eighty- four degrees and thirty minutes east, ten [10] chains and ninety [90] links; thence south two degrees and thirty minutes east, thirty-onq.. chains [31] and fifty-three [53] links to the south line of said lot; thence north eighty- seven' degrees and thirty minutes west, along said south line, sixteen [16] chains and fifty [50] links to the place of beginning; containing fifty-two and 44-100 acres of land, and being the same premises conveyed by the parties of the second part [Isaac Nearpass, Belle Stringham and Carrie May Nearpass] and the wife of said Isaac Nearpass, to the parties of the first part [Charles P. Thomas and Jane E. Thomas.] And the same premise.s described in a mortgage gi­ ven by Charles P. Thomas and Jane E. Thomas to Isaac Nearpass, Belle Stringham and Carrie May Nearpass, dated April' ist, 1922, recorded in Seneca County Clerk’s office in Liber 99 of mortgages, at page 541. Dated at the Village of Seneca Falls, N. Y., this 14th day of Febru­ ary, 1927. S amuel H. S-'iLiSBUBY. Referee. D a n ie l M oran , Plaintiff’s Attorney, Office and P; O. Address, Seneca Falls, N. Y. Notice to Creditors. Pursuant to an order o f H on . L eon S. C h urch , Surrogate of the County of Seneca, New York, notice is here- by given according to all persons hav­ ing claims and demands against Jen­ nie 6. Scott, late of the Village of Seneca F a lls|in s a id County, deceased that they are required to present same with the vouchers therefor to the subscriber, Mary E- Scott, the Executrix of the E s tate of said de­ ceased at her place for the transaction of business as such executrix at the office of John S. Gay, Fisher Theatre Building in the Viilsqce- of Seneca Palls, County of Seneca, New York on or before the istli day of July. * 9 » 7 - Dated January 6,19*7..^. ' M a r y E . S o o t t , Executrix. J o hn S. G ay , Attorney for Executrix, Fisher Theatre Bldg., Seneca Falls. N. Y. Notice to Creditors. Pursuant to an order of H on . L eon S. C hurch , Surrogate of the County of Seneca, notice is hereby given ac­ cording to law, t# all persons having claims or demands against Charles McKevitt, late ol the Village ol Seneca Falls, County of Seneca, and State of New York, deceased, to present the same with the vouchers therefor to the undersigned Admintratrix, at her place for the transaction of business as such administratrix, at the law office of Daniel Moran, village of Sen­ eca Falls, N. Y., on or before the ist day of May, 1927. Dated October 20th, 1926, A nna M c K e v itt . Administratrix. D a n iel M oran Attorney for Administratrix, Office & P, O. Address, Seneca Falls, N. Y. STATE OF NEW YORK ] SUPREME COURT i COUNTY OF SENECA J Belle stringham, James Dutcher as Committee of the person and estate of Carrie M. Nearpass, an incompetent person; Irene Near­ pass as Administrator ot the goods, chattels and credits oi Isaac Nearpass, deceased, Plaintiffs Charles P, Thomas, Jane E. Tho­ mas, Davis Smith and Harry Smith, D^endants In Pursuance oi a Judgement of Foreclosure and Sale, duly granted in the above entitled action, and entered in Seneca County Clerk’s Office, on the i6th day of November, 1926, I, Samuel H. Salisbury, ,the undersign- Referee in said Judgment named, will sell at public auction at the front door of the post office in the Village of Seneca Falls, County of Seneca, N. Y.. on the 4th day ot April, 1927, at II o’clock A. M., the prem ia de­ scribed in said Judgment, as follows, j viz: All th a t tract er parcel of lead , Not being the parent, has per­ manently residing with him a child of school age who shall have attended the district school for a period of at least eight weeks during the year pre­ ceding such meeting, or d. Owns any personal property, assessed on the last preceding assess- ,ment roll of the town, exceeding fifty dollars in value, exclusive of such as is exempt from execution. No person shall be deemed to be in­ eligible to vote at any snch meeting, by reason of sex, who has the other qualifications required by this section Notice to Gasoline Dealers. Sealed proposals for furnishing the gasoline and oils for the Village equipment for the balance ot the fis­ cal year will be received by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Seneca Falls, N. Y.. at their office in said Village until 7:30 o’clock p. m., on Monday, May and, X927, at which time they will be publicly opened and Persons making proposals should specify the “Trade Name’’ and speci­ fications of their products. Further information may be had from the Village Engineer. Proposals must be enclosed in plain sealed envelopes and marked “propo­ sals for gasoline and oils.' ’ The Board of Trustees rcMrvcs the right to reject any or all bids and to accept any bid which it deems most favorable to the village. By 0 ^:der of the Board of Trustees. J ohn C. H u m p h r e y , Village Clerk Dated April iith, 1927. NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING. The annual school meeting of the qualified voters of the Seneca Falls Union Free School District will be held in the auditorium of Mynderse Academy on Tuesday evening. May third, nineteen hundred and twenty- seven at seven-thirty o’clock for the purpose of electing two .trustees in the place of C. Frederick Marsh and Frank Zona, whose term of office ex­ pire, and to transact such other busi­ ness as may properly come before the meeting at that time. A. C. H am ilton , Clerk. Qualifications of Voters at District Meetings. A person shall be entitled to vote at any school meeting for the election of school district officers, and upon all other matters which may be brought up before such meeting who is: I. A citizen of the United States. a. Twenty-one years of age: 3. A resident witkin the district for a period of thirty days next pre- ceedittg the meeting at which he of­ fers to vote; and who in addition thereto possesses one of the four fol­ lowing qualifications: a. Owns, leaaea, hires, or is in the possession under contract, of purchase of, real property in such district lia­ ble to taxation for school purposes, but the ocenpation df real property by a person as lodger or boarder shall not entitle such person to vote, or b. Is the parent of a child of school age, provided such child shall have attended the district school in the district in which the meeting is held for a period of at least eight weeks during the year preceeding snch school meeting, or Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals for the paving of certain streets of the total approxi­ mate length of 0.4 miles miles, in the Village of Seneca Falls, N. Y., will be received by the Board of Trustees at their office in the Village Hall, Seneca Falls, N. Y., until 7:30 o’clock p. m., Monday, May and, 1927, at which time they will be publicly opened and read. Proposals must be enclosed in plain sealed envelopes and marked “proposalsfor street improvement,’’ Copies of the plans and specifica­ tions may be obtained at the office of the Village Engineer in said Village. A deposit of $5.00 is required for each set of plans, which will be re­ turned upon the return of the plans in good order. Bids must be accompanied by a certified check for $750.00, payable to the Village ot Seneca Falls, N. Y., In case of failure or neglect to enter into contract or furnish the necessary bond within the time specified, the certified check will be forfeited to the Village of Seneca Falls. A perform­ ance bond for the sum of 50 per cent of the contract will be required. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to accept any bid which it deems most favorable to the Village. By Order of the Board of Trustees. J ohn C. H um p h r e y , Village Clerk Dated April xith, 1927. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, To Mary Dalton, 274 South Logan ftreet; Denver, Colorado, Mary Auger Kerwin, Helen Kerwin, Irene Ker- vrin, and Ethel Kerwin, ot Provi­ dence, Rhode Island, Nellie Hurley, John J. Hurley, William H. Hurley, Edward F. Hurley, Tereaa A. Kella- her, Mary 6 . Hurley. Bertha A. Hur­ ley, Katherine C, Hurley, Agues Dalton all of Seneca Falls, N. Y. Charles T. Hurley. Jamica, N. Y. Lambert Dalton, New York City, N. Y. Alice Dalton Byrne, Elmira, N. Y. Edward Dalton, Thomas Dalton, John Daltoa, Mary Dalton, Helen Dalton, I.eo Dalton, William Dal­ ton, Seneca Falls, R. F. D. Aetna Surety Company, Syracuse, N. Y. You are hereby Cited to Show Cause, before the Surrogate’s Court of the County of Seneca, State of New York, on the 7th day of June 1927, at ten o’clock in the forenoon of that day, at the Surrogate’s office in the Village of Waterloo, N. Y. in said county why the account of Ellen Far­ mer, of th'fe City of Rome, Oneida County, N, Y. as Administrator of the Estate 'of Catherine Dalton, late of the town of Tyre, Seneca County, New York, deceased, should not be judicially settled and allowed. I n T estimony W h e r e o f , w c have caused the Seal of our said Surro­ gate’s Court to be hereunto affixed. W itn e s s , H on . L eon S. C h urch , Surrogate of saie County of Seneca at the Village of Waterioo’ this 26th day of April, 19S7, M abel A. Fox, Surrogate. W ANTED—Man with car to drive country. No experience necessary. Special training given free. Good pay— $40 to $90 a week— for steady work, Write today. Box 1632, Dept. 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