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Northumberland County - U.t, NOTICES i TIllSTEE'S PUBLIC SALE OF...
U.t, NOTICES i TIllSTEE'S PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE VALUABLE HEAL ESTATK THE undersigned Trustee of W. P. Zartman. either as an individual or ,ioin,c business as Pine Creek Lumber and Timber Company, Bankrupt by virtue of an order of the District rourt of the United States for the Middle Middle District of Pennsylvania, will expose expose at public sale the real estate sltu - nte in Northumberland County, on Tuesday, the 21st day of December. f . 1915. "at the hotel In the village of Dornsife, Northumberland County, Fa., at 11 o'clock A. M. t,,v The real estate situate In Perry. Juniata and Dauphin Counties will be exposed at public sale on Wednesday, the 2 2d day of December, A. D. 1915 at the county Court House in the City of Harrisburg. Dauphin County, Pa., at 10 o'clock A. M. , . . : The description of the real estate being being as follows: NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY First Of all that certain piece or tract of land situate in Little Mahanoj Township, NorthumDerland o"" - State of Pennsylvania. bou"de ,nnd,de: scribed as follows, viz: Beginning at . j m..innu.vn rioad tnence ItlfX lindtaW - the Fit - National j a birch; thence south 47 M degrees west 143 perches to a white oak; thence by lands of John Wright north 30 degrees west 249 perches to a post; thence by the Juniata County lirie north 65 degrees degrees east 34a perches to a post, the place oi. beginning, containing four hundred and nine acres and one hundred hundred and eight perches and allowances. (c) Beginning at stones; thence by lands of A. Frey north 66 degrees west 16 perches to poplar stump and stones north 38 degrees west 60 perches to a hickory; thence by lands of William Meyers north 67 degrees east 125 perches to stones; thence by lands of J. Eshelman south 25 degrees east 61.5 perches tochestnutoak; thence by lands of William Donley and others south 62 degrees west 106 perches to place of beginning - , containing forty - nine acres. (d) Bounded north by the Juniata County line, east by lands of.Wm. S. Fosselman, south by lands of Ira T. Clement, hereby conveyed, and west by lands of Ira T. Clement, hereby conveyed, conveyed, containing eighty (80) acres, more or less. Second All that certain tract of land, situate in Savllle Township, Perry County, State of Pennsylvania, commonly known as the Shull tract. more particularly described as follows: beginning at wnite oatt, corner oi Bank of Sunbury. Pa., soutn seventy - , jan(j of 'Scott Drumgold and Calvin seven and one - fourth degrees west i Weibley; thence by lands of said lorty perches to a stone; tnence Drumgold N. 22 deg. W. 90 per. to a south forty - nine degrees west thirty - chestnut; thence N. 174 deg. W. 55 per. seven and live - tenths percnes to - a , t0 stones; thence N. 30 deg. E. 10.4 per. stone - thence by land of late Daniel i. . to stones; thence N. 33 deg. W. 15.5 per. Rot hernial north thirteen degrees 1 10 a poplar; thence N. 24 deg. W. 13.4 forty - six perches to a post; thence by j pei to a black oak; thence N. 18.5 deg. land of the same south seventy - seven v 11.3 per. to a poplar; thence N. IS and one - fourth degrees west ! deg. W. 16 per. to a gum tree; thence Derches to a stone; thence by land , jj. is.3 deg. W. 38 per. to stones; thence of late Samuel Byerly north fifteen and s 71 3 deg. w. 34 per. by lands of Abe one - half degrees west ono hundred Smith to stones; thence by lands of and twenty - seven and three - tenths . Scott Drumgold N. 7.25 deg. W. 140 per. perches to a stone; thence by land o i to stones; thence by same S. 65.5 deg. late Jacob B Otto and Adam Kemble i - v. 169.5 per. to stones; thence S. 44.25 north sixty - seven degrees east titty - ( deg. W. 36 per. to stones; thence by two and eight - tenths perches to stone; , iands of C. A. Rippman and Hugh Smith's . , . . .. , O l J i t - 7 emltn : l , o t r r .1 .. . 1 1 - 100 . ...... T rl p IK' e li v lanu laio ui o. .! - ... - , ueu9 o. ou.o utrg. . idj c - i. iu siuucoi twelve and one - half degrees east one v,. ,,! oin - ht nerches to a stone; thence north seventy - five degrees east thirtv - four perches to a stone; thence of J. D. Reitz south twelve and one - half degrees east fifty - seven and three - tenths perches to the place of beginning, beginning, containing sixty acres, more or 16 Second All that certain tract or piece of land, situate in the Township of Little Mahanoy, County of Northumberland, Northumberland, and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a stone: thence by land above or hereinbefore described, south eight and three - fourth degrees east nineteen and three - tenths perches to a post; thence by land late of Joseph Joseph Haas, now William Haas, south one and three - fourth degrees west fortv - three and two - tenths perches to a post; thence by land of late C. li. Brosious south eighty - five and one - half degrees west ten and six - tenths perches to a post; thence south eighty - iive degrees west twenty - eight and four - tenths perches to cherry tree; thence north seven and three - fourths degrees west fifty - seven and nine - tenths perches to stone; thence by land of late Cornelious and Henry Uoodman north seventy - nine and one - half degrees degrees east twenty - three and nine - tenths perches o a post; thence north seventy - nine ana inrefiuuim rz grees east twenty - one and one - tentn perches to a stone, the place of beginning beginning containing sixteen acres and fortv - two perches, more or less. Third All that certain tract or piece of land, situate in the Township of Little Little llahanov. County of Northumberland Northumberland and State of Pennsylvania, bounded bounded and described as follows to wit: Beginning Beginning at a post; thence by land first above, or first ' - "rein above described, north eighty degrees east twenty - two and one - tenth perches to stone; thence by the same north nine and three - fourths degrees west twenty - three and eight - tenths perches to stone; thence by land late Cornelious Goodman south seventy - six and one - half degrees west twenty - five perches to post; thence by land of the same south seventeen degrees degrees east six perches to stone; thence south twenty - six degrees east eight and six - tenths perches to post, and place of beginning, containing three acres and fifty - eight perches, more or less. Fourth All that certain piece or tract of land, situate in Little Mahanoy Township. Northumberland County, State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described described as follows, to wit: Beginning at stone near right bank of Mahanoy Creek; thence along land late of Isaac B. Tressier, now lana or uaniei iu. Zartman's estate, hereinafter described, described, north twenty - five degrees east enty - eight perches to a post in me "iddle of :ahanoy Creek; thence up said creek north eighty - eight degrees east twelv and five - tenths perches to post in Creffc; thence by other land of the estate ot Daniel M. Zartman .louth nine and one - half degrees east twelve perches to post; thence by the same south fifty - four and one - half degrees west seventeen and two - tenths perches to post; thence by land of Theodore M. Towl north eighty - eight degrees west ten and five - tenths perches to a stone and place of beginning, containing two acres and forty - four perches, more or less, whereon are erected a large two - story frame dwelling house, frame stable and other outbuildings. Fifth All that certain piece or tract of land, situate in Little Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described described as follows, to wit: On the north by land of late C. E. Brosious, on the east by Public Road, on the south by land of the National Transit Company, and on the west by land of the Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Company, and late land of C. E. Brosious, containing nine acres and seventy perches of land, more or less. Sixth All that certain piece or tract of land, situate in Little Mahanoy Township, Northumberland County, State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning Beginning at a stone and along land of the "Reading Coal and Iron Company, and late land of D. S. Reitz and Bro.. north eighty - eight degrees west twenty ana five - tenths perches to post in Road; thence by land of late D. S. Reitz north one and one - half degrees east eight perches to post; thence north fifty - four and one - half degrees east seven and two - tenths perches; thence north nine and one - half degrees west twelve perches to a post in Creek; thence up said creek north eighty - eight degrees six and five - tenths perches; thence by land of late H. H. Dornsife south one and three - fourth degrees east twenty - seven perches to stone and place of beginning, beginning, containing one acre and one hundred hundred and thirty perches, be the same more or less. Seventh All that certain piece or lot of ground, situate in Little Mahanoy Township. Northumberland Ccunty. State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: On the west by the above described tract of land, on the south by the "Zerbe - Valley Railroad," on the east by "land late of II. H. Dornsife, and on the north by Mahanoy Creek, containing one - fourth of an acre of land, more or less. PERRY COUNT. PENNSYLVANIA First All those certain tracts or pieces of land, situate in Tuscarora Township, Perry County, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, together commonly known as the Ira T. Clement tract, more particularly - described as follows: (a) Beginning at a white oak; thence by lands, formerly of Thomas T. Way north 47 degrees east 143 perches to a birch; thence north 67 degrees east 166 perches to a locust; thence north 70 degrees east 16 perches to a stone; thence by land surveyed to Samuel Power south 24 degrees east 24 perches to a pine; thence south 82 degrees east ' 55 perches to a stone; thence by lands of William Linn south 61 degrees west 60 perches to a chestnut; thence north 31 degrees west 18.6 perches to a black oak; thence by lands formerly of John Jones in right of Wilson McClure south 65 degrees west 302 perches to the place of beginning, containing seventy acres and forty - nine perches and allowance. The above described tract marked (a) is subject to a reservation contain ed In the deed from Charles A. Rippman and wife to Ira T. Clement, hereinafter recited, which reservation is as follows: follows: The cartv of the first Dart re - ' serve for and to themselves all minerals which may be on the tract of land above described (be ing the tract of seventy acres and 49 perches) for their own use and benefit; and also reserve for themselves themselves timber lief for drifting purposes purposes and free egrees and ingress to said minerals with sufficient room to place the earth and ores mines; first parties to allow no wilful destruction to said party; - the parties of the second part to have equal Interest with first party in any minerals which may be found on or in the mountain tract first above described; first party reserving reserving timber lief for mining purposes on said mountain tract of land and also free egress and ingress to said mines with sufficient room for earth and ores, (b) Beginning at a post; thence by " lands of Samuel Power south 20V4 de - p - rpes east 210 perches to a locust; j thence by lands of William McClure I south 7 degrees west 166 perches to thence by lands of said Smith's heirs and W. J. Rice S. 62.5 deg. W. 40 per. to stones; thence by lands of Charles A. Rippman N. 32.25 deg. W. 96 per. - to stones, on the Juniata County Line; thence upon said Line N. 67.6 deg. E. 357 per. to stones, formerly a pipe; thence on said Juniata County Line N. 65 deg. E. 992 per. to stones and corner; corner; thence by lands of D. C. Orris S. 22 deg. E. 82 per. to stones; thence by same 65.6 deg. W. 319.6 per. to stones, said last bearing being also along lines of William Shull, E. S. Orris and Charles L. Orris; thence by lands of said Charles L. Orris S. 24 deg. E. 149 per. to stones! thence by lands of Harmon Harmon Smith, Elmer Rice and Abraham Smith S. 68.75 deg. W. 94 per. to stones, on corner of line of Amos Kell; thence by lands of Amos Kell N. 22.5 deg. W. 153.66 per. to stones; thence S. 65.6 deg. S. 39.6 per. to stones, at corner of Orris tract; thence by said Orris tract S. 23.75 deg. E. 155 per. to stones and corner; thence by lands of Michael Kleckner, Matilda Huey and Samuel Hoffman S. 63.75 deg. W. 99.6 per. to stones; thence by lands of Samuel Woods and Calvin Weibley S. 71.75 deg. W. 160.6 perches to stones and corner; thence by lands of Calvin Weibley S. 27.25 deo - E. 249 per. to stone, formerly a chestnut; thence by same S. 55 deg. W. 42 per. to stone; thence S. 74 deg. W. 24.2 per. to a white oak and dace of beginning. containing seven hundred and eighty - one acres and twelve perches, strict measure. Third All that certain tract or piece of land, situate in Tuscarora Township, ferry county, state or f ennsyivania, commonly known as the Frank C. Kerr tract, bounded and described as follows follows : Bounded by other lands of the said Pine Creek Lumber & Timber Company Company and by lands of J. W. Grubb and others, containing twelve acres, more or less. JUNIATA COUNTY", PENNSYLVANIA First All that piece or tract of land. situate in Turbett Township, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, commonly known as the Kohler tract and described described as follows: On the north by lands of David Haines and Lawrence Towsey, on th east by lands of W. P. Zartman Lumber Lumber Company, bying the L. O. and G. W. Boyer tract, on the south by the Perry County Line and on the west by lands of Cloyd Woods, containing two hundred acres, more or less, being part of the Harry Klugn warrant. Second All that certain piece or tract of land, situate in Spruce Hill Township, Juniata County, Pennsylva nia, commonly Known as tne Aianges tract, bounded and described as follows: follows: Beginning at stones and a chestnut oak stump at northwest corner of tract; thence by residue of tract north sixty - three and" one - half degrees east one hundred and sixty - three perches to i chestnut oak; thence south thirty de grees east sixteen and five - tenthi perches to stones; thence north fifty - nve degrees east one hundred and thirty - six perches to stones, corner; thence by lands of Wharton south thirty degrees east two hundred and one and eight - tenths perches to stones in line between the counties of Perry and Juniata; thence by said County Line south sixty - one degrees west five hundred perches to stones; thence by lands of W. P. Graham north thirty degrees west one hundred and ninety perches to stones and cil;stnut oak stump, the place of beginning, containing containing five hundred and iiinef - eight acres and one hundred and thirty - five perches, neat measure, with the privilege privilege to W. P. - Zartman. his servants and employes, of using the wagon roads over the tracts of land of Leonard R. Manges land to haul out lumber and timber. Third All those certain pieces or tracts of land, situate in Turbett Township, Township, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, together together commonly known as the Mathers Mathers tract, bounded and described as follows: (a) Beginning at stones; thence by lands of S. A. Koons north twenty - six degiees west thirty perches; thence by other lands of said James C. Mathers (183, acre tract) north thirty - one degrees degrees west twenty - five perches' to stones; thence by lands of McClure's heirs north sixty - two and one - half degrees degrees east fifty - three perches to stones; thence by lands of E. R. Groninger south twenty - eight degrees east sixty - six perches to a hemlock; thence by other lands of said James C. Mathers (Hustin tract) south seventy degrees west forty - nine perches to stones, the place of beginning, containing nineteen nineteen and three - fourths acres. (W. H. Groninger survey). (b) Also, all that certain tract of woodland situate in the same township, county and State, bounded and described described as follows: Beginning; thence by lands of E. R, Groninger north sixty - eight degrees east fifty - eight perches to a stone; thence by lands of R. E. McMeen north nine degrees one hundred hundred and six perches to stones; thence by lands of K. C. Calhoun south eighty - six degrees west fifty - eight and two - Hltns percnes to stones: tfence Dy lands of L. L. Koons and others south seven degrees west one hundred and one perches to gum; thence by lands of McClure heirs south eight degrees ost sixteen and two - fifths perches to stones, the place of beginning, con taining forty and three - fourth aores. (W. H. uroninger survey). DAUPHIN COUNTY. PENNSYLVANIA The following tracts or land togetner commonly known as the Tressier Lumber Lumber Company tracts: (a) All tnat certain tract oi iana. situate in Jefferson Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, containing forty (40) acres, more or less, ouunaea ou the east by lands of Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company; on the south by the same; on the west by lands of David Etzweiler and Simon Smith, and on the north by lands or Simon Smith. b) All that certain tract or piece oi land, situate in Middle Paxton Township, Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounaea ana aescnota as ioiiows: Beginning Beginning at a black oak tree; thence north seventy - four and one - quarter (74 H) degrees east one hundred sixty U60 Derches to a hickory tree: thence south twenty - six (26) degrees east nine and five - tenths (9.6) perches to stones and land of John Reichard; thence north seventy - four and one - quarter (74) degrees degrees east fifty - one (51) perches to stones: thence north twenty - five and one - half (25) degrees west fifty (50) perches to stones; thence south sey - enty - nve (75) degrees west one hundred hundred fifty - four and five - tenths (154.5) perches to small chestnut oak; thence south eighteen (18) degrees east thirty (30) perches to the black oak, the place of beginning. (c) All that certain tract or piece of land, situate in Middle Paxton Township. Township. Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows:. Beginning Beginning at stones; thence north eighty - lour 15J aegrees east, one nunarea ana eighty (180) perches by lands of late of Fox, to stones; thence north fourteen fourteen and one - half (14V4 degrees west by lands late of Shartzer two hundred and one and one - half (20) perches to a post; thence south sixty - nine (69) degrees west by lands late of Shartzer, and lands of H. B. Reed one hundred and fifty - six (156) perches to stones; thence south three degrees (3) east by lands late of John Reed one hundred sixty - three and one - half (163) perches to the place of beginning, con

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 18 Dec 1915, Sat,
  3. Page 14

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