'. Mercer, Pa., Sept. 23. The last will,uarid testament of the late Judge S. S. Mehard, was filed at the office of the Register of Wills, Monday morning. C. B. Mehard, son of the late jurist, and George Hosack of Pittsburg and Herman Frankel of Mercer were named as the executors. A statement filed by them states the value o£ real cstat left by the lalae jurist to amount to 525,000.00 and ; personal property to bo $50,000.00 and upwards. After making numerous legacies to his aged mother, Mrs. Mary \ Mehard, his nelces and cousins and to his j various pastors, the residue of the estate is j left to his son, G. B. Mehard. The sum of $30,000.00 ia left his grand-daughter in trust until she reaches the iiKe o£ 25 years. The sum of So,000 each is left his neiccs Mrs. Marion Byrce, Mrs.' Mary First and Miss Tille Harvey, a cousin. _. The sum of $500.00'each is left hia nelcea, Joaan C. Browne, Mary BrownT Eline Brown and Ethel Brown and his cousin, Bessie Van De Veer. The income from a long list of bank stock held In Mercer, Butler and Pittsburg and other banks together with income from bonds is left in charge o£ ;iiis executors to be paid his "aged mother" for her comfortable support and the maintenance of her household. The sum of $1,000.00'. is left Miss Mina Rode- walt. The will directs that stocks, bonds and moneys held untfsr the name of "Samuel S. Mehard, B. and S.; S. Mehard B." together with $2,000.00 from the estate be taken and paid in equal amounts to the following named persons: Hev. J. M., Blackwood, Rev. A. R. Robinson, Dr. W. C.'.iWIIson, Dr. R. M. Russel. Dr. S. W. McKclvey, Mrs. J. A. Greer, wife of the late Dr. < Greer of Bellevue, and others in equal amounts.