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MIDDLETOWN DAILY Tl'MES-PBESS, SATI'KDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. For.Sale--Miscellaneous. ONE, lot of stamped linens at 10 ar.cV2.3 cents;-,E..Isabel Brffljk, 15 Lit- ;tle avenue'.'"'"' ' " · '"'· -'·- ' AT;;B/-^QAINTpj4?e'3Va · complete line o"f wagons arid" carriages. We must make room for sleighs and cut-" . ters. Evans Shann, upper ' Mon- hagen avenue;^,.-, ; FOR SAKB-2-Parloir ' stove; good .'..condition. Apply 34 East Main ;- t stroet. - -- -- _ -- walnut bed- ; stead, ,kitchen cabinet and sideboard. V Apply 219 North street, lower bell. ;··;.. FOR .$ALE--Car!oadof apples"- ·-Baldwins, Greenings, etc. L,. T. Rhqclos and M. Parsons, at the 'Maples- . - - . - . . . . '»*·!''· '..···'-· ' c " -^ ·';*'. ' ; ' · · : ' , · . . :!;, FOR ~ SAL'S---Ten loads well-ro'fted v-manure for lawns. 'Phone 139-J. '. LOOSE. ~ ; shavitt!js;3c a .large, feed ... bag full.£ : .; Bring, your bogs. - Evans v.;Shanri MAnufacturing': Co.i upper Mon- i'hageh ayeriiie. ,^ .-.. ;. ' ··'· · ·?*, FOR SALE.' lii y ouTriire" e-oSng to buy a plaiio or player pia,no,.i ain. in, posi- Yitlon to sa»e r -yon: from $100 to-..$175 r on '.-·a. strictly high-grade instrument. ».;.Car.i or monthly payments, to suit .-your convenience. Box 8, Times- CLASSIFIED fi ADVERTISEMENTS. ;j Help Wanted--Male. SALESMAN--Salary and expenses! Experience unnecessary. Permanent general agency opening. Falirview Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y., . ·· WANTED--Man to husk ' corn 4y the stout. Applv F-. H. Rau. Spring side. - " .:·.··.-.· :·,;:;:; : WANTED--Young man to work around the grounds' and care foi; chickens, to take care of furnace and make himself useful In the house; room, board, .bath "and wagesi ; Call 'at The Thistles, 172 Wawayanda avenue. 'Phone 48T. ?';.', ,, ···:'·:'": " '· WANTED^Speclal inducements ] to reliable man. Permanent positiohl Salary earned payable ' "weekly? · -Apply now. First National Nurseries! Rochester, N."Y. ' " -- -..-:····· CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. To Rent. TO RENT--Large, hooted, iurnlsh- od. room; all Improvements. Board if desired. 163 Wickhani avenue. TO RENT--At once, house six rooms; all improvements. Inquire Ambler's Jewelry Store, 53 North street TO RENT--Masonic banquet and dance hall. Sec Weller Towusend, real estate and insurance agents, G7 North, street. TO RENT--Five t rooms. . 23, Mul- rry x street.... Ogfje^n-^. 'Son... ''. ( ,..''., : ' TO "RENT-^Ldwe^-lodH i7-'~A'ciUii emy avemie. inqiilre C-~j-- Hul§£, 38 ! Lluden avenue; '·''·" ' · ' ' ' ; ··'·"·· ; BOY wanted, over -K)','"'aiid ; ''-riot afraid of work. Chambers' Drug; Store, 57 North street. FIVE .rooms.;.. j-age, ,.ba.th, .n,^^.,, heater, $12.50.' Three-room flat, S.OO. £ HOMK-MADE bed quilts for sale: i'ready to use. Morris, New Harnp- .-:'ton, N, Y; 'Box 53. FOR SALE--A good lot of ranges and room...stoves, beds, springs,: mat- '.-·:. tresses, chairs, rockers, stands, conches, cots, etc.. Ryerso n - Slmp- - son. · ' ,': .. . '·"' ·'. - ' ·'" · ' v FOR SALE--Concrete block mn- ·yshine; good condition; Jess than half ; r -cost. S. "D. Hortoh, Pilgrim's Cor-' .;' ners. FOR 'SALE--One 4 h. p. Metz~and ;-;: Weiss oil engine, Enterprise power r meat chopper, Mann bone cutter and .belts. T. C. Mitchell; Otisville. ^ FOR SALE--Upright piano, well- "knowri make, for sale, $150 cash. Owner leaving city. Box 2, Times- Press. - · ' ' : - FOR SALE--Storm window, G ft. x '-4.3 ft.: also nickle bicycle lamp. 7Q Highland avenue. . _* _ ' - · ,'; 100 BUNDLES corn stalks for sale. f-W.. R. Stage, Mechanlcstown. UNCLE SAM has thousands 'ot ijobs open this year. ' I will help you get one. Write for my big' free book, DX32B. Earl" Hopkins, Washington, D. G.' :. ·W'A'NTED---Married man .OL Good milker and teamster. Theodore L. Denton, Denton, N. Y: to sell' trees, shrubs, roses,' berry ,bushes. '.} Permanent. Brown Brothers Niirserles, Rochester,-N, Y.».%., \ : -'. ,,. Help Wanted--Female. ·" 'WANTED--Waitress at. once. Apply Mrs. Dineen, Globe Hotel. ) ; .WANTED---Glrr t o 'leam.' manufacturing of mouse traps. Salary $3.00 to istart. Apply by letter, Box .-31,- ·'I'imes-Press. * . . · WANTED--Woman or girl for light housekeeping; -family of two; go home nights. 14 Bonnell street. WANTED--Competent girl for general housework to go to Rldgewopd, N, J. Family of three; good wages; reference required. Inquire 15 Highland avenue. ' Tel. 702. -. Help Wanted. TO RENT--To small family, first floor, part improvements, $8.00; 98 Wawayandar avenue. Inquire -' up-; stairs., V '·? '· 'X. :-i ';_ ' : ' ' ,iTO "RENT^Small^cottftse, 23 Vail street." Apply C- Mill 'street. Apply 7 street TO RENT--Six-room cottage; ail improvements; Unden avenue. Inquire Savor, .F.an^her,, 113 Highland avenue. 'Phpne 347." " ^ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEJMENTS. 'T'HE TIMES-PRESS caunot give ·*· information regarding advertisements for which answers are to i?e sent care of this ns\$$papcr.. Persons replying, to : office addresses must mail, or leave written 'iinswtrs as directed in the classified, columns. Special Announcements. HOMESTEAD Buildiiit; and Loan Association,--iResular uipotlnss :, .for collection;-of duos M*iu!ay and;(Tw- day'tevoiungsi ·. H.-.J.- Leonard,.-.: S0cj- retary. .-£-"··.-. · ·· .- .· . . . . - a·-:· · · · . ADVERTISING ;AIVICE T( it:' you have anything 10 '«· !.. a mail .M'tlor plan to - derelop, or if -you··:· \vnnt latest" advcrtlslhg } '"dfrectory 'of"'rrB'Cv-^- paper and magazine combinations- The benefit of our 17 years' oxper ; Jen.ce 1 asMnaJl order, specialists, freo - of: i'oilr copy lore at yonr^iBpbsaJ. ,1 ,R^daJph Guep- ther^'lnc;^ iS^Brdhd^titroat. New.Yoji'k FURNISHE03 rooms, with or without board, re/asonable; all Improvements. 151 Wisner avenue, corner Wiokham avenue. TO RENT--Blacksmith shop, .-with or without tools; -also ' green-hoiise ssli for sale. - J. . Magterson, Howells. N. Y. 'Phone,'ati-F-?. :. . t TJjfE ·-; OO1\TIA I! ; -r 1 - First-cldBi) boarding ' house;' - modern inuproye- ments; reasomible. Tttble board iVjji siieclalty. 11 Cortland street. Mrs. E. J. Dickcrson. ; · TO RENTr--Cottage,:- eijnt. rooms and toilet; 9 Kiiapp^--avenue; $15. W. G. Tlce. - · ' - · · '·". -- ' · TO RENT--To. adu.lts, five rooms; all Improvements. .1.08 L-inden Aye. TO RENT--Pleasant upper rootns at 18 Spragrue ave'aue; rent $7.00. Inquire 21 Beritoh avenue. edV W'lls : fbP'Bate lx ^p.eady "for Immediate service. J. J. Larkln, i New. Hampton. FO-R SALE--One cow, coming . three; two calvp.s, six months old". · C. A. DeVoe, Howells. For Sa,le--Real Estate. L-INDEN avenue lot; curb, sev/er, ! 'etc.: size 50x107; can be bought for .'-the low price of only $400, as the ' owner needs" money. This is a genuine bargain, as the lot Is easily · worth ?pOO. ' This offer is only good If taken this week, and It 1 positively will not be repeated. Now /is your chance. E. E. L. S. Coiik- ;· ling. NEW seven-room house; fine Im- ··: provements: splendid lot and loca- . tion near Thrall Park; $3,900; terras "same as rent. C. W. Edgar, Corwln Block. . 80-ACRE farm at Westtown; good ·buildings; sacrifice 1 price . $3,600. ", Also nine-room house and barn; cen- i-tral; $3,600; easy terms. Stefvens i ValU. Mfddletown, -N. Y. ·- BILLY Sunday's Message. Authorized. We will, pay yon ^120, -to distribute and repres^Bt:-riBi.-- "Great.;opportunity for man or woman. Sixty days' work, spare time may be used. JUnlversal. Blble^.House^ jp2^ Winston Bldg, Philadelphia, ':i ?J^ *" \ JJK'"··'·. WANTED--Experienced hiands ·' *ln all departments; alsbrboj-B and glrlS to learn. Wages paid" while learfc ing, Middletown Silk Throwing Cp, Mill an'd Harding -streets; Middie- town, N.' Y. Real Estate for Exchange. FO.R EXCHANGE--Splendid "37- acre poultry' farm; near village; 27 acres rich, productive soil; pasture for S cows; well watered; small lake; large orchard; apples, pears, peaches, plums, cherries, berries; large eigrht- room dwelling; excellent condition; large barn, carriage house; garage; six poultry houses; 'price $4,000. ,Owner will trade for. largter farm. Crawford, 33 South street. ; Wanted--Situations. '·; HAVING engaged In the automo- /·'.'hllc business, would sell "Smlthem's i-:Park," one of the most popular and ; - paying summer resorts in Sullivan .- county, containing store, postoffice, .' dlningroom, bungalows, danco :hall, '.' boats, sheds etc. Easy terms:- ' to .right party. W. P. Smithem, W-urts- yboro, N. Y. =-:'! · FOR SALE--NeW bungalow, Wat; kins avenue. Will take building lot '.. in part payment. Tel. 681-J. ·/: When In need of anything, use the i.; 1 Times-Press want · columns.--Adver:% ti cement. -" "Mr. Spross played the G ; ;t Minor Concerto of Mendels- attehtiori. He was given an ovation at the close, and after answering- three curtain calls was obliged to play ari-ehccre. ; "^:New"York.--Advertisement. WANTED--Housework, boarding house In city or small private family; small'wages.- Inquire Tlmes-Pressu '". WIDOW, -with a girl eight years old, desires .position as .housekeeper. Mrs. M.- Nepperi,. Wlnterton,- N. .'-Y. Box 11. WANTED--Position a t light housework by elderly woman. Good reference. Inquire Times-Press. Wanted--Miscellaneous. TO RENT---Four rooms; 5 America avenue. Inquire upstairs, from 2 to 6 p. m. Near State Hospital. . fine jooms; newly decorated; improvements; near O. W.; $14. C. W. 'Edgar.; ..·:- ~!T3 'JtKNT^-No.. 8 Watkins ave- -"'-' "all. 'l|aproy,ementa;.';:,$22.00. In-. 37 -; ^watklns- avenue.. 'Phone IRA P. TA'YIJO'R, messenger ;to New York dally. Leave orders -t Bogart's. ' '-,. . '.; .NOTICE--Time's here for jprunlftty vines and shrubbery. 1 am the man to do It. 17 " · years' expericnfrij. Please send card to "Q, Prospect a?e- nue, Horace Moreho.use. CLASSIFIED ADVEETISEMENTS. Legal. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW Y O R K , By tho Uraco of (.Sod, Kroo and IndBpoiultMH.-- -To Milton J. Smith, LoUrarulo Smith. K a t h r y i i Mnhonoy, Delia Kortrlglit. Cora Wylio, Hestor CoddliiKton. \Vyles Tlrfany. Born Ice l-lunnsteln. Amy . \V. UoWltt^ Mariner W. Smith, -H- soph M. Smith, Hui;lla M. Smith, Florence L. Smith, ICliJuh Smith, Joseph M. Smith. Kmmn HowUe- sholl, Anna Hiirrls, Klljnh Smith. Mno Smith, .lumos R Coddlntfton, Jcsslu Schoiinmukcr ami M o n r l u t t n A. Citrr. holrw ut law and next of kin of Elijah F. Smith. Into of tho ' Mount Hope, In tho count} 1 doceawd, _ _ _ . . . MISS Anna Cook,'·'. the dressmnkgr, has removed · from 209 East; Ma.hl street, to 94 East Main street, The Maple Terrace. : ' OYSTERS, 30 and 40c quart, or in shell. Hard-shell crabs, clatu chowder, clams, etc, : Totten's; "KlJE3AiN'WiE)LL" h-ansparent tooth brushes 'always give satisfaction. Every one guaranteed. 25c. Ogdeh's P h a r m a c y , ' 2 ' W e s t ' M a i n street. DRESSMAKING^-rMlss Reynolds, of Brooklyn, will ,lgo but by day or take sewing, at ,-ner, home; 11 Hill street. . . ; i-. ' . .Beveri- rbbm apartment, part improvements, fo: family of-aditlts,v$13;O: ' W. section. InqUirn 2C7. i North street. TO RENT--Five; · large, desirable rooms, with Improvements. 12 R'ob- erts street. TO RENT--Six rooms with all Improvements. 173 Linden avenue; TO REJNT--^Five rooms; all Improvements; adults only; garage for automobile If desired. 32 Lake ave- ' TO RENT--rHouee, flve rooms, large garden and clifcken yard; central; $13.00. Five rooms and bath, first floor, garden and hennery, flve minutes O. W. shops, $15.00. Whiter Vail, 42 North street. TO .-" KBISfT---Furnished r ,· .n.yu.m, board "it desired. 'Inquire Tlines- Presfl. TO RENT--Six room "apartment In Gregorian, 90 Linden avenue. All Improvements;'^ Inquire John: L. Gregory. 147 Highland avenue. WANTED--A pool table;; full 'size. State price. P. L. DeWltt,''Wiesttown, N. Y. ; ; . . :' ,. '· - ·'·. WANTED--To buy all kinds of chickens. Inquire 55 Mill street, Middletown, N. Y. Telephone i624-M. · WANTED--Address q't experienced ·women clgarmakers who would take position In new cigar factory if started in. Middletown.: State previous experience. Address's "S t ," Tlmes- Press^ - · ' - '· '"i WASHING and Ironing or go out by the day. Address "M. M.," Times- Press. - ·; -...- · i ·/^·v.n.srv.v-;. LADY, employed, wants room and board with small family; permanent 'f congenial. Address "D. E.," Times- Press. Watch the want columns.--Advertisement. Offices To lease Deirable offices, single or enauite, on second floors of .Times-Press building, inquire of Managw, Times-ft-ess business office. ; L._ TO RiKNT--64 Watkins avenue. Cottage* six.-rooms; bath, furnace, range, light... rlnquire 64 .W,a8llln^t^on street. ONB-HIA.LF newi;l'wo-family"hOUBe; all Improvements, ; wlth ^arafi-e/. on; Watklnh"avenuee. 'Telep'h'ohe' 110-M. UNTIL Christmas, the : Tuthtll fitudlo Will be-.opSb on Sundays, from 1 to 3:30 ij). mi.,-, weather permitting.' 42 North' street. '- 4 ALL stamped ··llneHs offered-, at less than cost Better' : buyJ;..Christmas linens- now, they'll 'be [Higher later. D. ..M.jt-C. cottons. · ; Stamping and In- Itlaljng. E. Isahel' ;Briuk, -15 Little avenue.- · '.:.'. ' · ' . . . ' · · Poultry anct Eggs. FOR SALE--50 yearling White Leghorn hens. Spring Valley · Stock Farm. Stony Ford, N. Y. 'Phono '6-F-4. " - - - - . . AVHITE Lefi-horns. 1915 pullets, $1.00.; Yearlings, 75c. Two years, 50c. All good, healthy stock. ' Goo- Holmes,, prystal Run. · . ' ; v. ; - , ; , R. I. RED cockoro """" Thomas J.'- Wonrt. R. town. Tol. 2-F-2. o » , , tf: o. 2, Mlddltsr .. ., ^; Anna Mobi-Q, in t h e ' town of 'Mcitiht Hope. In th«' comity of' Oi'itnirei" New : York. ,- hu» lately uppllvd to the SurroKatc'a Court of uio co 4 imty, ol' Oruugo to . have n cortafu.laatrumont in' wriUhk relating 'ttt" hoth 'real and 'personal property and ''heftrlrii? date" the 19th day ot Au|tust. in, thei- year One Tliouanml Nino 1-1 undreU auc) Fourteon, duly jjroycd as tho last' Will mul Tostft- moiit of said Elijah K. Smith, who was lit tho Lime of his doa.tl) ;i roHl- clcnt of Uie town of 'Mount llono. In the .county of Orange, deea(iKea : . THERBTORffl. you and each of i you an- cltnd to shdw cause before tho Siq-rognto's Court, of our said county CfjlOrange n t hts otllctf 1ft the. vHlngre of A Goshen, in. "said · cotinty. : o-n tho GUi day of Doccmbcr, One Thousand Nino Hundred and Fifteen, at ton .0 -clonk In, the forenoon. of that, day, T.'hy the said hiBt \\M)1 and" Tosta- ment should 'not he kdmitted to probate fttr a' "VVIU. o'f Real antl Peraonw.1 Property, .on th« · application ot, staid : 4nna;JVio,ore, claiming to be tbe oxoo titrix thereof." ' And Oiiii. if any of the- persona lu- .terestod-lie under the age. of twenty- jone yea£B. they are required to Appear bi r .their giiurdlnn, if they huve one. 'or If they have none that they appoar and tipply tor one to be ftppolnted, or In tne event of their nog'ect or failure to do BO a guardian wll! bo appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for them in the proceeding:. IN TESTIMONY WH1ERE3OF, we have caused the Seal of our said Surrogate's Court to be hereunto affixed. Wit(L S.) noss Hon. John B. Swozey, Surrogate ot our said County of. Orange at Ooshen, In said County, the 4th Uny of November, 1915. JOHN B. SWffiZIDY. Surrogate. TAYLOR ROYCR. Attorneys for Petitioner, C.3-07 North Street, - . Middletown, N. Y. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Automobile Service, Long or short trips, buatnomt or pleasure, in a for you will enjoy, W, L. MITCHELL, 71 West Main St. Tolophone 9BO. Artesian Well Drilliujf. J O H N S E L L E C K C O M P A N Y , 70V;. Sprhff'uci Avon no. 'I'hono -.Ki5S-J. Auctioneers. W I L L I A M F. BRUSH, Auctioneer · and apprulsor. 71 Johnston stL'tjpt, Newburgh, N. Y. Post- ofllco .Hbic' 83. "Flume:" Offloo. 1131; realdeuro, 682. Iffaker and Uphol- Bterer. Lost. . PARTY known who took ..orcrcoat froin Redmen'S Hall, :Prttlajr'-evenine-. Return at onco to Tlmes-fYtegs offlco to avoid trouble. At Stratton Theatfo'FrliJa.y evening, mesh bag containing money, night 1 ' key .and handkerchief.. .Please lettvb at'." Tlnie's-PreBS. R^waffl. K ; "'Found. ..,.FOUN|^--Pqck'etbook in Stratton'. ,O'wher call ,.£t~. 65 Grand avenue. I - . TO H'BNT--Four nice rooms. In qulre'C; "V. Evans,,30.:Canal street. " -TO' RBNT^Fivo -/ro'oins ' and 225 I.lndcn avenue. street;. TO RENT--'Cottage six rooms; newly-papered and painted; some Improvements; large garden; rent reasonable. Inquire No. 1 Myrtle avenue. TO RENT--Furnished rooms by day or week; also rooms for light housekeeping; all improvements. In quire 27 Henry street. TO RENT--Five or six rooms; Improvements. 24 Mill street. BRYAN'S ATTACK AMUSES WILSON Washington, Nov. 6.--President Wilson .read the statement attacking his policies made by William J. Bryan, smiled and declined to make any comment on It. It was ^admitted by persons close to Sir. Wilson that the rupture be.tween him arid Mr.'Bryan Is now complete and that th«ir.differences of opinion on national and International policies -will ha\:e-to be.one of the matters fought to a finish in-the Democratic national convention ot -1010. WATER RENTS. COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. Last Day November 30, 1818. 'Water rents are now du« and payable -to the. undersigned,: acting Collector of water rents, at the office of the Water Department, Room No. 17, first floor In the City Hall, at No. 10 Jamfis Street, l n the city of Mld- cllotown, each working day of tho week, except Saturday afternoons and holidays, from nino (0) o'clock In tho forenoon until three (3) o'clock In the afternoon, excepting from twelve (12) o'clock noon until one (1) o'clock in the afternoon, ff'om NoVembor ' 1 to November 30, both Inclusive. Moneys will not , bo received after the close, of bunking hours (3 o'clock p,. ; m.) ,AH water rents must be paid Injull.at |.hq office of the Water Do- Apartment, o n ' o r before the close of business hburs on November 30, 1.915, or 1 ' ' " " ' " Ten Per Cent. Additional ·will -he collected,"and If not paid on ,or before December 31, 1916, the water .will be,shut off. . , Bills Must Accompany Payments or Remittance. ' " ' ' G. R. WWNOKNROTH, ' Acting Collector of Water Rents. · ' · ' : . 1 9 1 8 , P U B L I C . H E A R I N G . H I G H L A N D A V E N U E I M P R O V E M E N T . , i NOTICE IS HKRTCBY GIVEN, ns provided by tho flfth and sixth Tltlos of chapter. 572-of the laws of 1902, iml the Acts ^amendatory : therfito, to all persons Interested In the HIGH- 'iViv'^-Vv'cANTM^ ir^FROVBMENT ro- 'eritly' made, : constmctod -and t'ie vork completed, thut tho Commissioner of Assessment and Taxation has made ahd 1 fllert the report of bin assessments . 'Upon -such o f ' tbo roal estate as he 1 -has'decmofl-'beueflted by the- 1 said .'improvement, and that tbo Common j O o u n c l l . o f . I h e City o f - M i d 41«town, ,N.ew. yprk, .will. meet, in, the Cpjumon Coujncil. chiimber, room No t i ' ' l n i the City Hall, at No. 16 James fitroct, in said city MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1915 ftt eight (8) o'clock, to hoar any ob- Jnc.ilons that mny be made to such assessment, and in tho meantime said roport may bo examiner! w i t h o u t expense, at the City Clerk's office, lloom No. 27, in the City Hall, at No. 10 James street, in sniti city, by any person desiring to examine the name. I. B A. TAYLOR, City Clerk. Dated October 23, 1915. MAX GAN8L. 03 BttBt Main Street 'Phone 693. QuarhntQod Novorfade Good*. ^t.^y. .-±Sc*3.- art* aar . v i · .n M~ 'v~r. Chair Caning. MRS. H E L E N W. BARNES, P. O. Box 48, HlRh View, N. Chairs , caned, paired. Work porch furniture ro- callod for tind delivered. Collectors. MALTBY MOORE, n West Mitlu Btroot, Middletown, N. Y. 'Phono S'lO. i)ancing. J. ED8ON ADAMS, JR., Instructor Fox Trot, Waits and One-Stop. Studio 9 Orchard St., Middletown, N, T. Dressmaking. baa CHAMBERS "-- ' East Hula ·tr»»t to" 80 Hait , MnJa. Btroot, The Lincoln. ~ As - --·".*-".' . ;, · BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Insurance. 8OYO DEMINQ, 19 North Street. All kinds of Insurance at reasonable rates. Auto rixtos against fire loss. Workmen's compensation poll- cioa Issued. Try us. Insurance and Real Estate, H. H. BLAtfCHAHD, · 78 North Street, Insurance and Real Estate. Reliable insurance for. everything either on land ot* eea. Homeo, boIUUox lots, farms and bifcl- ntsss properties for sale. Surety bonda. Workmcri'u cornponaation. 268. ' Lawyers. T H O M A S O. ROGERS, Attorney at IAW, Low Bkildlng, 08-05 North Stroet. R E N D I C H Q A RON iB, I Jillclxurd A. Rondkih -- ivaa-A, Qardntkr j 4 West Main SU MWdlotown, - '-- I WATTS, OAKE8 BHIXIHT, Attorneys *t LAW, 4 Eust Main SL, MWdletown. Nv T. HUPM8 O. Lawyer, 1,7 Wast Main Str«»t, Mldtlletolvh, 'N.' Y. Storage and Warehouse. I am prepared to move you to any part of tho country br flrtt alum automobUo moving ran. All wo'rlt UuaraiiUied. Prioeg right. , P H I L I P NEUBEHQHR, _ 130 Wlokhajtn Ave. .. ... .. T«L ,1574 ' Tailoring, Fashionable tailoring for ladles and gentlemen. " Glooblna ·/ prcaslng 'antl 'caTef ully ;un,d : expertly dono. 'A.' ' ' ' - ' " 84, Bast Mala St., Cor. William St. , . .-. , · » - . Also I^Wl«J J 4ftpd ::MlB*eB; Suits Mada - In Lftt'ost Styles. 8 Forest Avenue, near Knat Main St Dyer and Oleaoier. M I D D L E T O W N DYE WQRK8, Dyeing, Dry and Steam Cleaning. 240 North St. R. .I'acjchlaqr,. Pro Order* callocl for and dtiUvercd. 'Phouo, C.80-\V, , Film Specialist. JOHN H. TUTHILL, ·12 North Stroot 'Phone 084 Filong caJ-el'ully dovoloj)ed and neatly printed. All hunt} work. Wo soil Anaco, Vulcan and Bttstmou, films, camaran, kodaks and ov0ry thing photographic. Picture framing to order.," Mail orders promptly attended to. : Hair Dressing. MR8. GRACE MOULD, Chiropody, . Hair and Manlour* Parlqra, 23 Wool Main street. 8b.am,t$oB. facial'and scalp treatment, eleotncal massage. 'Phone 388. -'·MI88 A N N A PATMOR, Mafiicure and Hair Dreaalttg Parlors, Toilet Articles and Hair Goods. Combl.ogB made up. 'Phone 1 010. 70 North Street, Watch 'the Ufement, classified ads.--Adver- The Wor'.d's Champion Walker, Appearing at the Stratton Tonight NOTICE OF FILING OF COMPLETED ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE Y E A R 1916. Take notice that the assessment roll for the City of Mlddl«town. Orange County, N. Y., for tho year 1916, lias heon finally completed and thU day has been filed In the office of tho City Clerk, Room 27, of the City Hall, at No. 1C- .lames Street, In said city, whore the snme will remain open for pnhllo Inspection for fifteen flays. Dated this 31st day of October, 191.5. A. B. MACARTM3LL, Commissioner of Assessment and Taxation of Mldtlletown, N. Y. DWIOHT BAB.COCK, JOHN D. WOOD, LAWRBNCE S. CONKLING. Roard of Equalization and Review of said City of MlddletoWn, N. .Y. v. v --^^^ ^ , ^-. i · IN P U R S U A N C E of an order of .the Surrogate of the County of Orange; NOTJCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, accorfl- ing to law, to all persons havlnrt claims against the eBtnte of Eutniiml L. Tichenor, late of the City of Middletown. In said county, deceased. that thov are required to present the same; .with tho proper vouchern there- o f , . t d - t h e aub.'icrlberB, the Executors, o f ' t h o . Last Will and TeoUirnonl of naltl .dieceaHecl, at 50 Wluklinm Avr:- nue,' Mldrlletown, New York, on or before;-; tho tenth clay of March next, 1916.-' Dated, August 20, 1015. .:.?; M A U D B. TICHBNOR', ;·*·, FRANK M. TICHENOR. ' :.-· Exocutorw FRANK M. T1OHI3NOR, Attorney for Executora, 38 : P4rk Row, Now ''York -City. PROCLAMATION. Whereas a County Court Is appointed to ho held in the Court HOUSQ In thp Village of GoBhon, In ami for tho County of Orange, on the 8th day (·f November. 1915. proclamation In therefore hereby m u d e In c o m f o r m l t y to a preeopt to rnc directed :tml do- llvfcred by the District Attorney of Orange County on the llth day of October, 1915, to all persons bound to appear at tho said County Court by recognizance or otherwise, to appear thereat, and all Justices of the Peace, Coroners and other officers who have taken any recognizance for the ap- poarance of any person at such Court, or who -have taken :my inquisition or the examination of any prisoner or witness, are required to return such recognizance, Inquisition and examination to the said Court, at tho opening thereof on tha first day of Its sitting. Glvon under my hand at tho Sheriff's office, in the village of Goshcn, on tho 22nd day .of October, JD.15. WILLIAM S. SAYER, Sheriff of Orange County. OUfi NEW. QARAQE 18. the talk of thV town; . 'Tho wl«o : owners 'arV Storing their cn.ru In our apaciouB, weli-heated Open D a y a n d Nlgiht · ' ' Taxi sorvico at all houri. POST QARAGB CO., INC. Tolaphono -i.24. DEED. Halstoa'd--In thler 'city, November 4., i 'Matilda -Hnlrttead,-aged 72 yoara. Fimgral. aprvtcefl Sunday afteraoon, .'at'i:30 ojclp'ck, at the late!'home, 129 Wlckhnm avonue, coniluctod by Rev. Dr. R. Irving Wtttklns. Interment. In the family plo lUll cemetery. 1 " . . . · W I L L I A M T. COnNELIUS.; Funeral Director and Embalrr.sr. Parlors, No. 118 North 8t. Telophon* No. .120.- .Branch'/Offlo« iOtlsvlile, )N. Y. Telephone No; 14-Y-14. NoW.-Yprk Office, 27 Great Jonea fit. Telephone, 3260 Spring. Lady Aaalstani,." WM. STEVVAnT KERj "' funeral Director anor embalm'or, H. C. Ker. AsBoclnto. Office and .Parlors, 273 North street. 'Phone 142, Day ahd - N l f l h t . Lady Asalatant. Branch Office flt Otlsvlile, .N. Y.. fphone, 14-F-16. New York Office, with. Now York and Brooklyn Casket Co., 27 Groat Juries St. 'Phono 8260 Spring. J O H N B. CAREY, " Funeral Director 'arid Embalmer. Oi- flco and Parlors; 97 Wlckham AVftnuc. ·Phone 130-W; Day or N i g h t . ' Residence, 44 Watklna Avenue. -Lady Assistant. New- York Office, 27 Great Jones Street. T PnSne 3250 Spring. ROCKAFELLOW B U R I A L CO. 'Phone No. 3. ;·," M. R. Rocakfellow, Pros.; F."\Ollver Rockafellow, .Sect.; New York.'Offlce, 50 Great Jones St. 'Phone... 8345 Spring; Private receiving vault.-; COMING S VENTS. Nov. 10--Edward J. McNamnra, baritone, assisted by Charles Gllberb Spross, pianist. Miss Turrell. contralto. .Eagle Hall. . ' . ' ' . . , ; ; · .. Nov. 11--St. Mary's Guild . turkey supper at Parish Hou§e. · ' . · " , : , 4 Nov. if--Annual turkey supper of Queen Bather Chapter, No. 108, ALEX: Funeral Director. To'leph'one' l No. 10, 41 West M a i n St., cor. James St., Middletown, N. Y. New. York Office. 50 Great Jones' St. ' · P. J. RE1LLY, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Parlor, 81 East Main St. Rosldonce, 33 Railroad Ave. Local and Long Distance 'Phono 447i New York Office, 10 East 22nd Sfc 'Phone 2094 Gramercy. Lady Assistant. White Hearse. L. E. SMITH, Undertaker. .Main Office, 205 North Street, Corner W l c k h a m , Avenue. 'Phone 2. Lady Assistant. Branch at 19 'East M a i n Street. Residence, 17 Lincoln Street, Corner "Seattle Avenue. New York Office, 10, East 22nd Street. Jel. 2094 Gra mercy. . . O. E. S. Nov. 17- -PinocMe and euchre of Mlddletown Review, at Macc^bee Hall. Nov. l9-*~ProgFiSBSly.e' pinochle, ^riddlotown ; .'fca'rop;'v31.Cft4. M: W. A. The Epw.orth .Lw^grue and the Ladles' Aid ^qSoty of St;-Paul's Church have arranged . th.e ."foUbw.ing entertainments 'ifor. the seaspn-i Nov. 11, lecture by .fudge Al^on; Dec. 9, con- cet hy the Crawford-Adams Company: Feb...4,..CQD,cort.by. the Diinbar Qnartet;' March 2,; cqncert by tho Ap'cillo Concert Cbinpaby.'- ' Dec. 8 and 9--Christmas sale and entertainment by the Sewing of St. John'»