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SUPPLEMENT TO THE JCAfff^AH Tlft^S* FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER )0, 1909 ELECTION NOTICE. South by lands of Nicholson [ Bast by Highway, North by 1 lands of Borland, West by lands of Adams . Am't due .. 7.47 Parcel No . 27. House and Lot assessed to Jane Mc Namee situated In Village of Chap- paqua and bounded as fol­ lows: East by Highway, North and West by lands of Charlotte Webster, South by lands of D . W. Bailey Amount due 34.80 Parcel No . 28. 5 acres asses­ sed to Clyde Melin situated in Village of Ch&ppaqua on Bussell Highway and bounded as follows: South by High­ way, North, East and West by lands of A. Bussell. Am't due 22 GS Parcel No . 29. 26 acres, house and barn assessed to Chas A. Valentine and bounded as follows: North by lands of Oscar Brian, East by lands of Albert Turner and Highway, South by lands of Albert Tur­ ner, Wes t by lands of Estate of Eugene Gedney Am't due 294 88 Dated Mt. Kisco, N. Y. Town of Ne w Castle. September 4th, 1909. (Signed) JOHN W. BOWRON, Supervisor. NOTICE of . Redemption of Lands Sold for Arrears of Taxes Town of New Castle. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION O F land sold for arrears of taxfes in the Town of New Castle, County of West­ chester, State of New York, pursu­ ant to provisions of un act to author­ ize the sale of land for non-payment of taxes and for the collection of unpaid taxes In the several towns of the County o f Westcb ester, passed June 6th, 1874, and an act to amend same, passed April 28th, 1877 NOTICE is hereby give n that the sale held under and pursuant thereof on the 6th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1908, the following described lots, pieces and parcels o f land situated in the Town of New Castle, were sold for the shortest period of tim e bid there­ for, respectively, to persons offering to take the same in consideration of advancing the tax and Interest, together with the expenses that had accrued thereon at the date of said sale, and that the said lots, pieces and parcels of land described remain unredeemed; and notice is hereby further given that in pursuance to provision of said acts, payment to the undersigned. Supervisor of the Town of New Castle, o f the sum set opposite each of said lots, pieces and parcels of land, respectively, will be required to redee m the same before the expiration of the time for the redemption thereof, which will be on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1909 and unless the lands sold as afore­ said shall be redeemed within one yea r from the time o f sale thereof, which year will expire o n WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1909 as aforesaid, a lease will be executed and delivered to the respective pur­ chasers of the same. Dated, New Castle, Sept. 4, 1909. JOHN W. BOWRON, Supervisor. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION Same can b e redeemed or purchaser entitled to lease at my Office on Wednesday, Oct. C, 1909. Parce l No. 1 Poles and wires in Town of New Castle as­ sessed to the New England Tel. Co., Purchaser John Con- ners. Am't necessary to re­ dee m $ 13 38 Parcel No. 2 Poles and wires property of the Wester n Un­ ion Tel Co , situate in the Town of New Castle. Pur­ chaser Town of New Castle Am't necessary to redeem . 136 59 Dated at my Office at Mt. Kisco, N. Y. Town of New Castle Sept. 4, 1909. (Signed) JOHN W. BOWRON Supervisor Proclamation State of New York County of Westchester, ss The undersigned, the sheriff of said coun­ ty, In conformity to a precept to him in this behalf directed and delivered, by this, his proclamation, requires all persons bound to appear at a SUPREME COURT to be held at the Court House in the town of White Plains, in the County of Westchester aforesaid, on the 4th day of October, 1909 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, by recognizance or otherwise, to appear thereat; and the undersign­ ed hereby requires all justices of the peace, coroners and officers who have taken any recognizance for the appearance of any person at the said court, or have taken any inquisition or examination of any prisoner or witness, to return such recognizances inquisitions and examinations to the said court, at the opening thereof, on the first day of its sitting. Signed at the sheriff's office, White Plains, on the 7th day of September, 1909 HENRY SCHERP Acting -Sheriff. To the Electors of the County of Westchester. * Th e following is a copy of a Notic e of Election duly filed and recorded In my office: STATE OF NEW YORK OFFIC E OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. Albany, July 24, 1909. TO THE COMMISSIONER OF ELEC­ TIONS OF THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER. SIR:— NOTICE IS HEREBY given, that, at the General Election to be held in this State on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday in No­ vember next (November 2nd), the following officers may be lawfully vo t ed for, to wit. A Justice of the Supreme Court for the Ninth Judicial District, in place of MARTIN J KEOGH whose term of office will expire on the last day of December next COUNTY AND DISTRICT OFFICERS ALSO TO HE ELECTED FOR SAID COUNTS 4 Members of Assembly A Sheriff, in the place of Vac an- ey, l\usc d by deatii of Charles M Lane A Coroner in the place of Amos O Squire AH whose terms of office will expire on the last day of Decem­ ber next At the said General Election, there will bo submitted to tho peo­ ple for the purpose of voting thereon the following proi>osed amendments to the Constitution. AMENDMENT NUMBER ONE Amending Section twelve of Article six of the Constitution so that it shall read as follows S. 12 No person shall hold the office of judge or justice of any <*c5urt long­ er than until and including the last day of December next after he shall be seventy year s of age Each jus­ tice of the supreme court shall re­ ceive from the state the sum of ten thousand dollars per year. Those as­ signed to the appellate divisions in the third and fourth departments shall each receive in addition the sura of two thousand dollars, and the presiding justice thereof the sum of two thousand five hundred dol­ lars per year These justices elect­ ed in the first and second judicial departments shall continue to receive from their respective cities, counties or districts, as now provided by law, such additional compensation as will make their aggregate compensation what they are how receiving Thes e justices elected in any judicial de­ partment other than the first or se­ cond, and assigned to the appellate divisions of the first or second de­ partments, shall, while so assigned, receive from these departments re­ spectively, as now provided -toy -Jaw, such additional sum as is paid to the justices of these departments. A justice elected in the third or fourth department assigned by the appellate division or designated by the gover­ nor to hold a trial or special term in a judicial district other than that in which he is elected shall receive in addition ten dollars per day for expenses whil e actually so engaged in holding such term, which shall be paid by the state and charged upon the judicial district where the ser­ vice is rendered Th e compensation herein provided shall be in lieu of and shall exclude all other compen­ sation and allowance to said jus­ tices for expenses of every kind and nature whatsoever The provisions of this section shall apply to the* judges and justices now in office and to those hereafter elected. AMENDMENT NUMBER TWO Amendin g Section four of Article seven of the Constitution so that it shall read as follows- S 4. Except the debts specified in sections tw o and three of this article, no debts shall be hereafter contract­ ed by or in behalf of this state, un­ less such debt be authorized by law, for some single work or object, to be distinctly specified therein, and such law shall impose and provide for the collection of a direct annual lax to pay, and sufficient to pay, the interest on such debt as it falls due and also to pay and discharge the principal of such debt within fiftj years from the time of the contract­ ing thereof. No such law shall take effect until it shall, at a general election, have been submitted to the people, and have received a majority of all the vote s cast for and anuinst it at such election On the final pas sage of such bill in either house of the legislature, the question shall be taken by ayes and noes, to be duly entered on the journals thereof, and shall be \Shall this bill pass, and ought the sam e to receive the sane tion of the people'\ The legislature may at any time after the approval of such law b y the people, if no debt shall have been contracted in pur­ suance thereof, repeal the same and may at any time, by law, forbid the contracting of any further debt or liability under such law, but the tax imposed by sach act in proportion to the debt and liability which may have been contracted in pursuance of such law, shall remain in force and be irrepealable, and be annually col­ lected, until the proceeds thereof shall have mado the provision here Inbefore specified to pay and dis charge the interest and principal of such debt and liability. The money arising from any loan or stock ere ating such debt or liability shall be applied to th e work or object speci­ fied in the act authorizing such debt or liability, or for the payment of such debt or liability, and for no oth­ er purpose whatever No such law shall be submitted to be voted on within three months after its pas­ sag e or at an y general election when any other law, or any bill shall be submitted to be voted for or against. The legislature may provide for the issue of bonds of the state to run for a period not exceeding fifty years in lieu of bonds heretofore authorized but not issued and shall impose and provide for the collection; of a direct annual tax for the payment of the same as hereinbefore required When any sinking fund created under tins section shall equal in amount tie- debt for which it was creates. ,, , further direct tax shall be lev eel ( u account of said sinking fund, ami tin- legislature shall reduce jthe tax to an amount equal to the accruing in­ terest on such debt. The' legislatuie may from time to time alter th. rat-- of interest to be paid upon an> sta 1 - debt, which has bee n or may i sm thorized pursuant to the provisions of this section, or upon any part o, su< ii debt, provided, however, tha tie. rate of interest shall not be a,u-v- •! upon any part of such debt or iipnn any bond or other evidence tli -reo! which has been, o r shall be cn-at-il or issued before such alteration in case the legislature increases t i- rate of interest upon any such «i<i,i or part thereof, it shall impose ami provide for the collection of a direct annual tax to\ pay and sufficient m pay the increased or altered tabus' on such debt as it falls due and i! so to pay and discharge the p- nu t pal of such debt within fifty >•••«!- from the time of the contrae-tnn, thereof, and shall appropriate annu.il ly to the sinking fund moneys m amount sufficient to pay such int. r est and pay and discharge the pm c ipal of such debt when it shall I,, come due and payable AMENDMENT NUMBER THRE1\. Amending Section twenty-seven ot Article three of the Constitution thai it shall read as follows: S 27 The legislature shall, by g. u eral laws, confer upon the boardsm supervisors of th(? several count i< s of tin state such further powers ui local legislation ;-nd administration as the legislature may, from time to time, deem expedient, and in conn ties which now have, or may her-at' ter have, county auditors or otln i fiscal officers, authorized to antltt bills, accounts, thprges, claims ord.- mands against the county, the le^i-, lature may confer such powers upot- said auditors, or fiscal officers, ,i- the legislature ma; from time to linn deem expedient, AMENDMENT J.'L'.MBHR FO ( R Amending Secti >n ten of Artie I- eight of the Constitution so that it shall read as folio .vs S 10 No count; cit-y. town or \il lage shall hereafter give any mone> or property, or loan its money ot credit to or in aid of au> individual association or corporation or becom- directly o r indirec tly the owner vi stock in, or bonds of, any association or corporation, nc.r shall any si.ili county, city, town or village be .il lowed to incur any indebtedness . \ - cept for county, city, town or villa-,'-' purposes This section shall not pi e- vent such county, city, town syr .Vil lage from making such provision |f .* the aid or support of its poor isiiia/ be authorized by law No .-CLfeafcf ^r' city shall be allqwed to V --*^^* 1>i debted for any purpose or ! 4*H manner to an amount which, ihct^d ing existing indebtedness suall esx- ceed ten per centum of the assessed valuation of the real estate cf suc?h county or city subject to taxation, as it appeared by the ass- ssrnent rolls of said county or < itj on the last assessment for state or county taxes prior to the incurring of such indebtedness, and all indebtedness in excess of such limitation ex c [it such as may now exist, shall be ai-^olute- ly void, except as herein oil --revise provided No county or c-it\ whose present indebtedness exceeds -• n per centum of the assessed valuation of its real estate subject to Ligation shall be allowed to become indebted in any further amount until mrb in­ debtedness shall be reduced within spch limit This section shall not be construed to prevent the issuing of certificates of indebtedness ot reve­ nue bonds issued in anticipation of the collection o f taxes for amounts actually contained or to be con-alned in the taxes for the year win n such certificates or revenue bonds .ire Is­ sued and payable out of such t ixes; nor to prevent the city of N- \ York from issuing bonds to be n deemed out of the tax levy for the j<- i\ next succeeding the year of their issue, provided that the amount ot such bonds which ma y be isSued i i any one year in excess of the linn aions herein contained shall not \ceed one-tenth or one per centum of the assessed valuation of the real - state of said city subject to taxatun No r shall this section be constnn-l to prevent the issue of bonds to pro­ vide for the supply of water but the term of the bonds issued in pro­ vide the supply of water, in - xcess of the limitation of indebtedu- s fix­ ed herein, shall not exceed twenty years, and a sinking fund sli.dl be created on the issuing of tin said bonds for their redemption, b> rais­ ing annually a sum which will pro­ duce an amount equal to tie sum of the principal and Interest oi said bonds at their maturity. All < ertifi- cates of indebtedness or r- ^enue bonds issued in anticipation ef the collection of taxes which are not re­ tired within five years aft- r their date of issue, and bonds iss-ied to provide for the supply of wat- r and any debt, hereafter incurred by any portion or part of a city If the re shall be any such debt, shall be included in ascertaining the power of tin-city to become otherwise Indebted ex­ cept that debts incurred by tli\ city of New York after the first day o f January, nineteen hundred and four, and debts incurred by any city of the first class after the first day of January, nineteen hundred and eight, and debts incurred by any city of yie third class after the first day of, Jan­ uary, nineteen hundred and ten, to provide for the supply of water, shall not be so included; and except further that any debt hereafter incurred by the city of New York for a public Im­ provement owned or to be owned by the city, which yields to the city cur­ rent net revenue, after making any necessary allowance for repairs and maintenance for which the city is liable, in excess of the interest bn said debt and of the annual instal­ ments necessary for its amortization may be excluded in ascertaining the I ELECTION NOTICE. power of said city to become other­ wise indebted, provided ^hau a sink­ ing fund for its amortization shall have been established and maintain­ ed and that the Indebtedness shall not lie so excluded during any period of time when the reve-nuo aforesaid shall not tie sufficient to equal tin- said interest and amortization instal­ ments and except further that any Indebtedness heretofore incurred by the city of N«w York for any rapid trinsit or dock investment may lie so excluded proportionately to the ex- te nt to which the current net reve­ nue received by said city therefrom shall meet the- interest and amortiza tun instalments thereof, provided that any increase in the. debt incur­ ring power of the city of New York which shall result from the exclusion of debts hcrotoforc incurred shall be available only for the acquisition of construction of properties to be used for rapid transit or dock purposes The legislature shall prescribe the method by which and the terms and conditions under which the; amount of any debt to be so excluded shall In determined, and no such di-bt shall be excluded except in accord ance with the determination so pre­ scribed Tin- legislature may in its disc retion confer appropriate jurisdic­ tion on the appellate division of the supreme court in the first judicial de­ partment for the purpose of deter­ mining tin- amount of any debt to be so excluded No Indebtedness of a city valid at the time of its inception shall thereafte r become invalid x by reason of the operation of any of the provisions of this section Whenever tlr- boundaries of any city are the same as those of a county or when any city shall include within its boundaries more than on- count> the power ot an> county wholly in dueled within such city to become indebted shall cease but 'he debt shall not. for the purposes of this section, be reckoned as n part of the city debt The amount In n-aftei to be raise-d by tax for county or city purposes in any county contain­ ing a city of over one hundred thou­ sand inhabitants or any such city of this state, in addition to providing for the principal and interest of ex­ isting debt, shall not in the aggregate exceed in any one year two per cent­ um of the assessed \aluaiion of th- :-al and personal estate of sue h county or city, to be ascertain-d as prescribed in this sect urn in respect to county or city debt At the said General Election there is also to be submitted to the people for the purpose of voting thereon the following proposition or question embodied in Section eight of Chapter three hundred and ninety-one of the Laws of nineteen hundred and nine, herein designated as Proposition Num ber One. PROPOSITION NUMBER ON E \Shall chapter three hundred nine­ ty-one ,of the laws of nineteen hun- dred ..ani/nlne, entitled \An act. mak­ ing provision for issuing bonds to the amount of not to exceed seven million dollars for the improvement of the Cayuga and Seneca canals and providing for a submission of the same to the people to be voted upon a' the general election to be held in the year nineteen hundred and nine be approved 0 \ Given under my hand and s>- al of office of the Secretary of State at the City of \lban> this twen­ ty-fourth day of July m th. year one thousand nine hundred and nine [SEAL] SAMUEL S. KOENIG, Secretary of State. ELECTION NOTICE. A Receiver of Taxes. A Town Superintendent of Highways Fi\e Constables TOWN OF HARRISON. •\ Supervisor A Town Clerk. Two Justices of the Peace. Three Assessors. A Collector of Taxe s Two Overseers of tin- Poor Three Town Auditors Five Constables A Town Superintendent of Highways TOWN OF LEWISBORO. A Supervisor A Town Clerk Two Justices of tin- Pence Three \ssessors A Collee tor An (> - r 11 r of the I'ooi Three- Trusties of Lewis Fund Three Trustees of Burial Ground Four Constables A Town Superintendent of Highways TOWN OF MAMARONECK. A Supervisor A Town Clerk Two lustices of the- Pence Three Assessors A Collector An Overseer of the Poor Throe* Town Auditors Four Constables A Town Superintendent of Highways TOWN OF MT. PLEASANT. A Supervisor A Town Clerk A Collector Three \ssi ssors Two Overseers of the Poor Two .Justices of the Peace Five Constables A Town Superintendent of Highways ELECTION NOTICE. TOWN OF SCAR8DALE. A Supervisor A Town Clerk. Two Justices of the Peace . Three Assessors A Collector of Taxes Two Overseers of the Poor. Five Constables A Game Constable. A Town Superintendent of Highways. TOWN O F SOMERS. A Supervisee A Town Clerk Two Justices of the Peace. A Tax Collector Three Assessors a. i) ir Cons'ables. \ Superintendent of the Poor. A Tow n Superintendent of Highways TOWN OF WHITE PLAINS. A Supervisor A Town Clerk A Rece lve-r of Taxes. Two Justices of the Peace . Three Assessors Three Tow n Auditors Fiv« Constables, V Town Superintendent of Highways. Two Overseers of the Poor. TOWN OF YORKTOWN. A Supi i v isot A low II Clerk A StponiiU-ndent of Highway s A Collector of Taxes Three \ssessors \ Two Superintendents of the Poor. Two Justices of the Peace. Five Constables \ \ A \ One One One One- One One- One One Oue One- One CITY OF MOUNT VERNO .Mayor Comptroller Receiver of Taxc s Treasurer Assessor Supervisor from the First from the Second from the Third from the Fovirth from the Fifth Alderman from the Firs-t from the Second from the Third from the- Fourth from the Fifth Ward Ward U ard Ward Ward Ward \\ ard Ward Ward Ward TOWN OF NEW CASTLE. A Supervisor \ Town Clerk Two Justices of the Peace A Collector Three Assessors. Four Constables. An Overseei of the Poor A Tow n Superintendent of Highways. CITY OF NEW ROCHELLE. A Mayor A Police Justice A Comptroller A City Treasurer A Receiver of Taxes An Assessor One- Supervisor from the First CITY, VILLAGE AN D TOWN OFFICERS. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE JSEVERAL CITIES, VILLAGES AND TOWNS IN THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following is a list of all City. Vil­ lage and Tow n Officers who may law­ fully be voted for by the electors of the respective Citie»s Villages and Towns in the County of Westchester, at the General Election to be held in this State on the Tuesday suc­ ceeding the first Monday in Novem- ber next l Nov ember 2nd) TOWN OF BEDFORD. A Supervisor A Town Clerk Two Justices of the Peace- Thre e .Assessors A Ta x Collector Two Overseers of the Poor Five Constables A Town Superintendent of Highways Or e One One Two Two Two Two from the Second from the Third from the Fourth Aldermen from the First from the Second from the Third from the Fourth Ward Ward Ward Ward. Ward Ward Ward Ward TOWN OF NORTH CASTLE. A Supervisor \ Tow n Clerk Two Justices of the Peace Three Assessors Two Overseers of the Poor A Collector of Taxes Five Constables V Town Superintendent of Highways TOWN OF NORTH SALEM. \ Supervisor A Town Clerk Two Justices of the Peace Three Assessors Two Oversc-ers of the Poor \ Collector Five - Constables A Town Superintendent of Highways. TOWN OF CORTLANDT. A Supervisor A Town Clerk Two Justices of the Peace- Three Assessors A Receiver of Taxes and Assessments Two Overseers of the Poor Three Town Auditors. Four Constables A Town Superintendent of Highways. TOWN OF EASTCHESTER. A Supervisor A Town Clerk Two Justices of the Peace for a term of four years One Justice of the Pc -acR for a term of two years, to fill a vacan oy caused by the resignation of Henry W. Smith Three Assessors Three Town' Auditors An Ovi-rseer of the Poor Five Constables A Game Constable A Town Superintendent of Highways. A Receiver of Taxes and Assess­ ments. TOWN OF GREENBURGH. A Supervisor. A Town Clerk. Two Justices of the Peace. Three Assessors. An Overseer of the Poor. TOWN OF OSSINING. A Supervisor \ Town Clerk Two Justices of the Peace Three Assessors A Collector of Taxes Three Auditors Two Overseers of the Poor Five Constables. A Town Superintendent of Highways. TOWN OF PELHAM. \ Supervisor A Town Clerk A Collector of Taxe s A Two Justices of the Peace- Three Assessors One Pound Master One Poor Master Five- Constables A Town Superintendent of High ways. TOWN OF POUNDRIDGE. A Supervisor A Town Clerk Three Assessors Two Justices of the Peace A Collector. An Overseer of the Poor Four Constables. A Town Superintendent of Highways. TOWN OF RYE . A Supervisor A Town Clerk Two Justices of the Poaco Three Assessors. Two Overseers of the Poor Three Auditors. Five Constables. Three Trustees of Public Lands. A Tow n Superintendent of Highways. CITY OF YONKERS. A Mayor A Comptroller A Treasurer A President of the Common Council. Two Assessors Two Justices of the- Peace. An Alderman of the First Ward An Aide rman of the Second Ward. An Alderman of the Thir d Ward An Alderman of the Fourth Ward. An Alderman of the Fifth Ward. An Alderman of the- Sixth Ward. \n Milerman of the Seventh Ward. \n \ld> rman of the Eighth Ward. \n Mderman of the Ninth Ward. An Alderman of the Tenth Ward. A Supervisor of the First Ward. A Supervisor of the Second Ward. A Supervisor of the Third Ward. A Supervisor of the Fourth Ward. A Supervisor of the Fifth Ward. A Supe-rviaor of the Sixth Ward. A Supervisor of the Seventh Ward A Supervisor of the Eighth Ward. A Supervisor of the Ninth Ward. A Supervisor of the Tenth Ward. Given under my hand at the Vil­ lage of White Plains, New York, this fifth day of August in the year one thousand nine hundred and nine. WILLIAM J. WALLIN, Commissioner of Elections in Westchester County. PLACES IN AND NEAR BEDFORD TOWN Shallow Brook Farm J C Baldwin, Jr. Katonah's Wood Clarence Whitman. Bedford House William Jay. Cantltoe Farm A F Dickinson. Muscoot Farm F T Hopkins. My Fauey George E. Todd. Bonnie View Robert Hogg The Uplands flic Anderson Place. Whitehall Manor Misses Parent. Hillborne Farms Dr Sharp. Waldheim . / C V Schmidt. Aspetong Dr Lefferts Aratorn Hamilton Hoppin. Aratoma Frank Potter. Jocuistita Richard Lounsbery. White Gates Farm .H. Marquand Broad Brook Farm Seth Low . Anandale Farm. Moses Taylor. Locust Knoll . C. E. Benedict. Sengahurst .. J. D. Layng. Guard Hill Robert B Van Cortlandt Maplehurst Farms E. C Cowdin. Maplowood Henry Perry Naarden Farm T L. Van Norden Indian Spring Farm Robert Hoe The Croft Geo. W. Mead Oscaleta Lodge Richard Lawrence. Sunset Hall. W VV. Snyder. Sunset Hill . . . Fred Hunt Far View House Fremont Ganung. Woodside W L. Prizer. The Knolls Dr W J Carpenter Cantltoe Corners Henry G. Barbey The Terrace . Dr J F Chapman. Lone Pine . . George R. Barse. Muscoot Lodge . Mrs. Sarah Acklan Rock Ledge . . D J Smith. Maple Tree Farm T Ludlow Chrystie Fenlmore .James S Metcalfe. Dulce Domum . . Dr G. C. Fagan. Hollywood. .. G H. Avery. Cozy Nest . Don Cougdon. Lone Pine Farm Robt K Clark. Hill Crest Mrs. Bedell. Ardshiel ... Charles S Brown. Ridgewood Farm Henry Whitehouse Meadowslde. Col. R. W Leonard. Newcastle House Winthrop Cowdin. Cedarbrook Farm . Jacob Erlich, Th e Boulders.. . Jacob Erlioh. Greymont.. . Charles W Brower. Rock Rose Farm M D. Rothschild. The Edgewood Horace Searles. Overbrook . Dr J A G McPhail Groenlawn Dr F J. Quinlan. Rensselaerswyck Dr A P Volslawsky Birch Hill . . C F Boell Welbourne Farm . Dudley Dupignac. Mooiland . G L. Boissevain. T. H. Ganung LET ME ESTIMATE ON YOUR ' • Painting: Jobs SATISFACTORY WORK Katonah, N. Y.

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