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THli SENECA COUNTY COUKlEa-JOURNAJ Ifae Courier - Journal SENEGA FALLS, N. Y. Kepublican Paper ki Seneca County. SatwEed as- second-class matter at postoffico, Tail's, N. Y.. under Act of Coneress. POLLARD - EDITOR PSBSISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY I k fournal Poblisbing Co. tUMITKD) A ei €S B. P oiaabd , - President^ J. D. P ollard , Sec. and Troas. SSLARY BLOCK. SENECA FALLS. N. Y. T E R M S : Subscribers, S8.00 when paid in adrance Stieeabera outside the county, 13.00 pec year peetage prepaid; Supscription fer six months, $1.00 in ad-ranee. StATES FOB ADVERTISING Made Known Upon Application CHURCHES mjSST'P«ESBYTER!AN CHURCH. Sev. Robert D. Merrill. Pastor subject of the sermon at the BBerafng service of the church at jy8fe3& on Sunday, August 14th, will Man After God’s Own Heart” Junior and the Primary Depart- nsBiitB of the Sunday School will ssett at 11:50. The Session will loM a brief special meeting after service. In the evening at 6:80, Slila congregation will join in the Tinnm outdoor service in VanCleef., when the Rev. J. G. Luke of ^ffighamton, former pastor of the Memorial Congregational church Sere, will preach the sermon. 'sftETHODiST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. ISev. H. G. Burley, Pastor Shnd'ay Services—10:00, Morning ’Rj?ship. 3 The pastor will preach a aKTinon on ‘‘The Significance of Sfrents.” 11:15—Sunday School ses- for all grades, closing at 12 aoBT?. If in town do not forget the s:2js?eh. 6:30-Union service in ¥anCleef Park, All the Protestant •:^s.rehes will cooperate in this ser- -The Rev. J. C. Luko of Bing- afeaston, former pastor of the Me- Congregational church here, preach. The weather has been ^®fnst the out-door services this ^ 3 amer. If weather is inclement, -Jbeseivice will be held in the Par- House. Let us rally to make a great service. Thsre will be no prayer meeting gfafe week or next. The Trustees are installing an up- S&-date heating plant in the church iMs summer. It is expected, that •fee plant will be ready for use by ^^tem b er 15th. The work of in- at;^Mion will not interfere with the rn^iular services of the church. ^NGReCATlONAL CHURCH. ®ev. J. C. Luke of Binghamton, 'Emaer pastor of this church, will ^ the speaker at the morning ser- wss-Sunday morning, August 14th, I&30. Music by the choir. The Cferch School at noon. This church with the others in the union meeting at 6:30 in VanCleef Rev. J. C. Luke of Bingham- a former pastor here, will ipwsch the sermon. 'Sli® What-So-Ever Circle will have atBMetIng in the church parlors on Bitiday afternoon, August 12th. A fffCDSc supper will be served. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE* Sbrfices Sunday 11 a. m., in No. aSlFiiher Theatre Building. Subject Midweek services^ including testi- laMBies of Christian Science healing svebeld the first Wednesday of each UMNitb at 8 P. M. Her public is cordially invited to Stee-services. PERSONALS —Mrs. Susaa E. Viele of Pros­ pect street is visiting relatives at Binghamton and Syracuse. —Miss Francis Usher is visiting friends at Cobbleskill and South Hadley, Mass. —Miss Elizabeth George is visit­ ing at Fourth Lake in the Adiron- dacks. —Miss Marian Amidon is visiting relatives at Sodus and Geneva. —The girls from the office of Goulns Pumps, Inc., held a lawn dinner and social evening Wednes­ day a t the home of Mrs. Willis F. Birch in Cayuga street. —Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Gilles­ pie of Endicott have been spending a few days with friends here. —Hon. and Mrs. W. J. Maier are oA a motor trip to Cape Cod. —Leo Lacey has accepted a posi­ tion at the Kellogg Garage. —Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Masten and daughter of New York are vis­ iting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Masten on the Gravel Road. —Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich Zeluff of Tampa, Fla., are visiting his moth­ er, Mrs. Euelma Zeluff in Maple street. —Mr. and Mrs. Wells W. Perkins are spending the week with relatives at Herkimer. —Mr. and Mrs. Burt D. Adamy and daughters, the Misses Kathryn and Dorothy Adamy, returned Sat­ urday from a week’s motor trip to - Rev. William B. Clarke return­ ed Saturday to Trinity Church Rec­ tory, after spending six weeks in the Seneca Falls Hospital, following a successful operation. He is re­ ported as improving finely to the pleasure of his legion of friends. —Mr. and Mrs. John Kreutter and Mr. and Mrs. William Vreeland of West Fall street are on a motor trip through the New England states. —Mr, and Mrs. Frank H. Smith and son, Wallace, motored to Ithaca Sunday to visit Asa Smith, who is taking a summer course at Cornell University. —Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olcott of Merchantsville, Pa., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olcott, Jr., at Cay­ uga Lake. —Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Muldoon of New York city have been spend­ ing a few days with friends here. -M r . and Mrs. Lennius Burrill and family of Cayuga street will leave the coming week to make their home in Rochaster. —Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Greer and son are moving to Canandaigua, where they will reside. —Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Geb and Mr. and Mrs. John Geb of Frank­ lin, Mass., were guests last-week of Mr. and Mrs. George P. Geb in Cay­ uga Street. —Miss Jane Ray is spending a month with relatives at Hammonds- —Mrs, A. Rockwell Kenyon and daughter, Mary Lou, have returned from a month’s visit with relatives at Worcester, Mass. —Miss Ada Havens of New York is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Virginia visit relatives in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gillespie of Chestnut^ street and Troy street and Mr. and -Mrs. Ar­ thur Page of Geneva are enjoying a motor trip to the Thousand Islands and Canada. -Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Feltus are spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Feltus at Marble­ head, Mass. -Mr. and Mrs. Asa Woodcock and daughter, Grace, have returned from a visit with relatives at Cen­ tral Square. -Mrs. Cjarence Brown of Miller street is spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs, Raymond Coseo at Henderson Harbor. —‘Mr. and Mrs. John Langdoa, Mr, and Mrs. Stephen Mumford and Mrs. George White motored to the Thousand Islands Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frank of Clinton street and Mr. and Mrs. Ed­ ward Frank and children of Union Springs are on a motor trip to New­ ark Valley and Rockaway Beach, N. J., where they are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Packer. —Miss Cora Covert was called to Geneva this week by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Catharine A. Covert, widow of Dr. N, B. Covert, whose funeral was held Monday afternoon. —Cards have been received here announcing the approaching mar­ riage of Henry Herbert Lundy of Junius and Miss Ethel Coles of Syra­ cuse, which will take place this month. —Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Bullock of Fail street have returned from a motor trip to New York. —Mr. and Mrs, Evan Andrews are on a motor .trip to Niagara Falls and Canada. —Mrs. Mary Woods of White street has been visiting relatives in Rochester. —Miss Evelyn Campbell is visiting friends in Syracuse. -R e v . and Mrs. H. S. Hill of Rome called on friends here last —Rev. Francis Johnson of Col­ gate Seminary preached at the First Baptist church Sunday morning. > —M r. and Mrs. Louis Jardine of St. Louis, Mo., are spending the week with relatives here. —Blake Fisher, who is with the Westcott Valve Company at St. Louis, Mo., spent the week end with his parents here. —Miss Ruth Frantz of West Fall street has accepted a position in Rochester. —Rush S. Allen and Harry S. Fre- denburgh have returned from a mo­ tor trip to Lake George and the Adirondacks. —J. Howard Ferguson, Mrs. Pet­ er Ferguson, Miss Dorothy Fergu­ son and Paul Ferguson are spending ten days with relatives in Pittsburgh —Hon. William A. Love, District Attorney of Monroe county, called on friends here Monday. —Mrs. Ruth- Wentley entertained a number of guests at a bridge par­ ty last Thursday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Vosburgh at Cayuga Lake. Mrs. Charles Avery in State street, —Mrs. Anna Slattery of Roches­ ter is visiting her sister, Mrs. Pat­ rick Murphy in Chapel street. —Miss Mildred Cousins of Syra­ cuse spent the week end here. —Paul S. Sisson is on a business trip to Boston, Mass. —Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Doran, An­ drew McArdle and Miss Anna Me Ardle spent the week end in Buf­ falo. ■Mrs. Anna McKevitt of Wash­ ington street has gone to the Steu­ ben County Sanitarium atv Hornell for treatment. The Misses Florence Hayes, An­ na Mae Sullivan, Rose Coffey, Mary Fitzgerald, Marie Murphy, Mildred Lyman, Kathleen Martin, Margaret Woods, Isabel Greer and Kay Woods, Mrs. Paul Sisson, Mrs. William Greer and Mrs. Andrew Johnston of Buffalo enjoyed a dinner party at Springside Inn on Owasco Lake] on Monday, evening. —Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loughlin of Willard are the proud parents of a daughter born Monday at the Sen­ eca Falls Hospital. Mrs. Loughlin was formerly Miss Elizabeth Carroll of this village. —Miss Anna Slawson of New York is spending some time at the Hotel Gould. —Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harrison of Washington, D. C., are visiting relatives here this week. —William H. Usher is on a busi­ ness trip to New York and Boston in the interest of the Standard Opti­ cal Company of Geneva. —Mrs. L. R. VanEtten and sons of State street are visiting relatives at Scranton, Pa. --Mrs. Fred Deal and son are vis­ iting Mr. and Mrs, Deming Cross at Mineola, Long Island. MRS. DAY’S FOOD SHOPPE 76 East Bayard Street SALADS Pastries of All Kinds Delicious F|g Muffins Brown Bread Molasses Cookies Baked Beans Let Mrs, Day take care of Your Picnic Lunch Phone 90 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, B y T he ; G race OE G od F r e e and I n d e p e n d e n t . To the heirs at law and next of kin and persons interested in the estate of Evangeline D. Meade, deceased, if any there be, whose names and place of residence are unknown and can­ not, after diligent inquiry, be ascer­ tained, Send Greeting: W hereas , Andrew S, Meade who resides at the town of Tyre, in the County of Seneca, N. Y., has lately applied to our Surrogate’s Court of our County of Seneca to have a cer­ tain instrument in writing, bearing date October 14 th, 1922 , relating to both real and personal estate, duly proved as the last will and testament of Evangeline D, Meade, who was at the time of her death a resident of Tyre, in said County of Seneca. T h e r e f o r e , you and each of you are cited to show cause beiore the Surrogate’s Court of our County of Seneca, at the Surrogate’s Office in the Village of Waterloo in said County, on the 6 th day of September, 1927 , at ten o’clock in the forenoon of that day, why the said will and testament should, not be admitted to probate as a will of real and personal property. I n T estimony W h e r e o f , we have caused the 'seal of our said Surro­ gate’s Court to be hereunto affixed. W i t n e s s , H o n . L e o n S. C h u r c h , Surrogate of said County of Seneca, at the V il­ lage of Waterloo, this and [L. S.] day of A u g u st, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven. M a b e e A. Fox, Clerk S u rrogate’s Court M ac D onald B eos ., Attorneys for Petitioner, Seneca Falls, N. Y. COUNTY COURT, C ounty op S e n - In the Matter of the Applicatiofi for the Discharge of a Mortgage given April 24 th, 1882 , by Mary F Peck to fohn Thompson, Thomas Thompson and Homer H. Bishop, as Trus­ tees, <Sfc. of Knn Tho 7 npson, de­ ceased, for $ 94 . 50 , recorded in Seneca County Clerk's office in L i­ ber 67 of Mortgages at Page 58 , upon premises in the Village of Seneca Falls, N. Y., kjiown as Lot No. 2 in Block No. 2 of the Thompson Property. Upon the verified petition of Rich­ ard J. Peck and Sarah P. Peck, his wife, of Seneca Falls, N. Y., the owners of a part of the premises above described, showing that the above mortgage has been, paid, this day filed in the Seneca^County Court; I t I s O r d e r e d , th a t; all.^persons interested in said property or in said m o rtgage or in this application show cause, if a n y they have, before the Seneca County Court at a term thereof appointed to be held at the chambers of the Seneca County Judge in the V illage of W aterloo, N. Y ., on the 6th day of September, 1927, at ten o ’clock in the forenoon of th a t day, w h y an order should not be made directing that the said m o rt­ gage be discharged of record. L et service of this order upon all persons who may be interested be made by the p-ablicatioii of a copy hereof ill the Seneca County Courier- Join nal, a iiew.spaper printed and published in Seneca Falls, N. Y., at least ten days prior to the return day hereof, above specified. L eo n S. C h u r c h . Seneca County Judge E ndo r s e d : Seneca County C lerk’s Office, Filed and entered July 26th, 1927. G eo rg e T. P u r c e l l , Clerk. —George T. S.mith of Ovid street is spending a few days at Lake George. —Mrs. William Dawson leaves on Sunday for her home at Meuthen, Mass., after an extended visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. William Ullrich in Shamrock Avenue. —Mrs, Robert Ritchie entertained twenty-four friends at a bridge par­ ty last evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, William ,E. Hull in Clinton street. RHEUMATISM While in France witk the American Army I obtained a noted Breach pre- dcription for the treatment of Rheu- niotiam and Neuritis. I have fiivsn this to thousaads with wondeFful re­ sults. The prenoriftt^mneofit me noth­ ing. I ask nntiring for it. Z wiU mdtl it if you will s«ttd me your address. A postal will bttug it. Write today. PAUL CASE. Dept. M-8^, Brockton, Maw. ^eWorld has never loiown such\yue/ AH former standards of motor car value fell when Buick for 1928 swept into view. Here are listed all 16 Buick models for 1928, with their prices, so that you may see for yourself how little Buick costs, when you consider how much Buick gives. Five-passenger 2-door Sedan, Series 115 . . . $ 1 x 9 5 Fonr-passenger Sport Roadster, Secies IIS . . . Two-passenger Cotipe, Series 115 . . . $XX9S Five-passenger Sport Touring, fierles 115 . . . $X*aS Four-p-nsenger Country Club Coupe, Four-passenger Country Club Coupe, ficries i l 5 - . . CX275 Fi\'p--passcnger 4-door Sedan, t>erics 115 . . . $X a 9 5 Kve-passenper Tov/n Brougham, Senes 115. . . $ 1 3 7 5 BUICK> s928

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