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PAGE EIGHT. fT-IE DA FLY COURIER. CONN1 IJLrLSVILIiE, PA, BY ROY V!C A C **· WHAT HAS GONE B E F O R E . LAN BRENNAWAY, 35, and handsome, has made a f o r t u n e in Mexico. He loves Shirley Dane, voung "society girl, and · upon his return to New York, propose 1 ! to her. She refuses, sny- ing she loves someone .else. At a r e c e p t i o n A l a n meets Mr. Cynaz, financial sh;wk, whom he distrusts. L a t e r he r e c e i v e s a mysterious card that Roger Kelton, young lawyc-, w i t h whom Shirley's inheritance is invested, is bankrupt. Rogc-i admits it ia t r u e , blaming his late father's swindling, and stating, that hi · chief c r e d i t o r is the j.;irl to whom he is engaged. Going over tne list. AJan notes Shirley's name and realizes she is th girl R n g e r meant. Alan lends Roger half a million dollars, taking as security mine stock · whic*h Roger warns him is worthless. Next day, Shirley's engagement to Roger is announced. Roger asks A l a n to be best man, but he refuses. Alan's physician advises a complete: res,t. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY. , CHAPTER XI. *t- He found k a conscious e f f o r t , LAN took the advice at its to reply. He told himself that until the middle ot August. Then, ,,, "\ *?. ' face value, and in a week had settled himself in a furnished cottage in the Vermont mount lins. From there he wrote to Shirley and told her he was under doctor's orders for the next three months. She wrote back tiy return of post, full of sympathy. "It sounds absurd, but I'm glad you will not be at the wedding. I shall never forget, Alan dear. But don't let us avoid each other forever. Come and see ma as soon as you get back to town, by which time I hope you will be well. Shirley. P. S. We are going to Norway for our honeymoon and coming: bark through Germany and Holland." L , ,, , · · In the weeks that .followed ho came near to forgetting Shirley. Ho befan to realize what M e x i c had done to him when he found himself enjoyins » laz y llfe - lu ' lived alone in the cottage. His few domestic wants were attended to by a near-by farmer's wife, who camo at nine and lelt after cooking his midday meal; the latter task was a sinecure, for his midday meal was for the most part carried in his pocket in the" form of sandwiches. He was never tired of the rambling hills, the dark pines, the sbft air. For all this his body had been cravinf for seven years. At the end oi a fortnight he was cover-, ing his twenty miles a day. A favorite walk was to Pinecliff, some dozen miles distant, a fine stono residence belonging to an opulent absentee owner. A guest liouso stood on the outskirts of its park. On one of these expeditions he fell in with the caretaker, from whom he learned that the mansion wag owned by Harrison C l i f f o r d , an oil magnate, who possessed also a villa on the Riviera, a house in New York and another at Palm Beach. The guest house could bo let to a suiUible applicant. lie thought about that all the way hcme, trying to visualize the point of view of a man who made such a solemn business of merely protecting himself f r o m t h e -.vcnt'-ncr that Vie had to have four houses for the purpose. True, he seemed to realize the superfluity of the suest house, as he was will- · n g to let someone else live in it. The others presumably had to remain empty while he was not using them. In complete idleness the weeks d r i f t e d by. He rarely bothered to walk over to th»o villag-e to pet a newspaper. Soon he had forgotten the date of Shirley's wedding and so did not realize that she was married until he received a note from her, written from Norway. AVordsworth w is ripht a b o u t love b e i n f r of man's, l i f e a thiru ixpart. He wa prepared to admit that whenever he thought of Shir- Icy yt might bo that he wo\i!d be reminded of t ie mij-rht-havc-boen. On tno other nancl, there was no particular need to t h i n k of her. In a few months he would resume his own life, with all of the old hardships b e h i n d him. . . . H e felt tne first f * i n t tingle of return- inK energy and he put off answering Shirley's note. Before he md came another. "Such a pioce of luck!" sho wrote. "We h ive run across Harrison Clifford And have arranged \ done so there \ e l t o n had decided n his thoughts. " B u t lon't i n t c n t l to try and The* upkeo** mu.st bo Ho beg-in to road Hie arrived here y eater- she told him.- "You have no ·.'hat a state Roger has let it got it-.to. T h a i e will be any amount te do before it is fit to l i v e m." So apparently they wore going to l i v e in it a'fter a l l ! W e l l , it ·was their a f f a i r , of course. Shirley's point of 'view had probably submerged Helton's-- Tlvn like- the Midden bursting of a, slorm came the determination to see h e r . The desir-* wont no f u r t h e r * than just to see Shirley aa someone's wife. 'fMra. Downey! I'm going a w a y for u few days," hu a n n o u n c e d , and with sudden haste packed his kit-bog. Marriage had been a great surprise to Shirley, but by ilie time she and her husband had moved into the house in Kast Oi.st St. she had recovered f r o m it. If sihe was disappoints i, her disappointment was rather t h a t which she believed to be marriage than with her husband as an i n d i v i d u a l . She had thought of marriage a.i a supreme giving and sho had found f Your Stomach Torments You llo "'lit* tor (Illicit l Molt d l K C s t l v o H i i f f c r l i i f f la duo t' "too m u c h add" I n I l i o Stomach c o n f ine: g;us, h e a r t b u r n , alomacli p a i n and otlirr i I l s t r e s f i l i i K s y m p t o m s . By t a k i n g a l i t t l e BlUFfiLcl -iM.iKne.fia a f l e r callnff o r w h e n e v e r j m l n li f p l t , y o u p r o m p t l \ r o n i o v p I h o c.iusa of t h e trouble. n i s u r - t t t r d M f i f ? n p « ! a n e u t r a l i z e s OXCCKB acid I n s t a n t l y , The dlB-cstlvo organs aro a o o t h o i l , lioalcd and stroii-jtlicnod In n, w o n d e r f u l w n y , uncl normal h o a l t h y d i g e s t i o n r e s u l t s . Because I t Is so quick, no safe, so Hiiro In e n d i n g dlg-estlvo l i o n h l P s , doctors r e c o m m e n d Blsuralod M a g n e s i a and thousands use It all over tho clvlll/.ed world Thoro la no h o t t e r I n d i g e s t i o n remedy and food oorroellvo.- l"ou can get It In e i t h e r pojvdcr or tablets at tho nearest Rood d r u g sloip. 1C y o u r stomach troubles | a n d t o r m e n t s y o u , f f f t B l u u i a t p r ] Alag- nosla ,it once, and a£-ain enjoy the p l e a s u r e of r a r p - f r e e p a i n l e s s d i g e s t i o n . A d v e r t i s e m e n t . bA bl! Oil' H I ' M I , liS'l'V'I'K. BV V i R T U K O K T i l l , A U T H O R I T Y o.'-lrd In me t i y l a w . . B Hie por-rin in oisossloii si»3 c h a r i f e of H i e b i i h i n r s H i.i "ilfrs Doivney, I'm going awry for a few days" to take his pla -c for the Autumn. You said you w o u l d be up theru for several mo-\ths. As it is only a few miles f t am where you a t e now, I shall P u / i i o to run over and see that you are obeying doctor's! orders." He received the newa w i t h o u t any particular thrill. It would be pleasant, he upposecl, to walk over occasiona'ly and break h i m self into his n w relationship w i t h Shirley. Tn he meantime, th * A u t u m n was a long way off. that there waa remarkably little that i.. husband could receive. She had given her youth, her b e a u t y und her immense vitality and did not d o u b t that the gift was becomingly accepted. She had dreamed of giving so much more than tins, and she had leiirned that there was no means of fler giving. The inner core of herself remained virginal and unwooed. Shirley hlghea for demands that' were not made. (To Be continued Tct*ioi'"*ow) :CopyrlGTht. 10S9. by Roy Vlckero, Ol»- Sho Waa Setting oti My Kn By--I Don't Know Whe F o u n d a Chair. She~wetTf onTiTl It falT "S lii on my Icneo aa If It had be( her a r m s H U p p o r t i u g liar, neck ; tuid yet I fall that, f ment, she imd withdrawn little. , . . "You see, they t' lenst M o t h e r did ; Dad wnsi t h a t then- waa t o o int about--" A n r l now she fill faco turnetl, la (lie c l u a k , n · f r o m me--''About the man I dkl not answer, TO Jiffi C O N T I N U E ia By and ·o 1 Had sat there n a chair, round my ·r the mo- herself a o u g h t -- n t 't there-- .·li h u r r y ered ; her ittle away age." D. Byvrf Supply Ship Off. A1OAHD KbEAiXO'H BOM-.IING AT B14A, J a n . '2.2.--Tlio Eleanor Boiling, s u p p l y b l i i p of tho Byrd Antarctic expedition, sailed f r o m DunecMn, New Zealand, at noon yesterday for Admiral Jiyrd's location OH the ice barrier at the Ross sea. To Deport 00 "Red" Stoiiers. mo DK JANiK-RIO, J a n . 2 2 -- S i x t y oominmrists, ·vrroste-d in connection w i l l i t h e stoning OH tlve Mexican embassy here, w i l l bo- deported 13 r B r a z i l Tho prisoners, niotly Italians and S]iiHi',ardH, w i l l bo sent back to their iia-tlvo l a n d s . Patronise thoso who advertise. BY UUl HUHT PtrERSiMQ, \UTHOR Of PICT AND HEALTH''AHP'O'tT fOR CHItDRE.fl* Tnccrt in 3foi; Doctor 1 h u v *--^ In my mouth nearly for tho Inat f i v e or six family p h y s U ' f a n tiaated mouth ·AO.'thra, but notlil heal tuall; them then -, , . . i. j- i. · CCopyrlirht. 10S9. by Roy Vlckero, Dl» He did not bear from her againu-ibutoii by K:IHE I'oaiuros Hynciicato, inc.) 8 I d V 3 BLACK SHEEP'S GOLD by Beatrice Grimsliaw Ilt)jj;rat(on» by Zrti'in Myers Is ·* 8 8 8 8 ,. ,,,,^.v ~*zXjiyyjXtv*?3 Copyright by Hugho-i MasnU Co. WN0 Service W i t h H i n t t h o u g h t cnmo strange re- l i e f ; the c h i l l s t u p i d i t y cleared away from my b r n l n . Had I not said I would jjlvd my l i f e for her? Had I not clone It, p o t e n t i a l l y ? I f anyone e \ o r cam to K n o w of tho business of this morn!IK, I rJiould hung, as sure as God made l i t t l e npples. Good. Weil and food. That seemed to wipe out the s.'alu. I c a n n o t oil p l a i n ; I can only hay bow I felt about it, I cnn only t e l l you t h a t I steered the cutter, w i t h a l l s b t enough heart, towards tlirf biu-k of t h e island, took n anything," of "an accident?" I couldn't h i ' v p convinced nny one w i t h a d e n i a l of the facts I should have had to di tiy. Utit they h a d deceived t h e m s c h e s ; assumed, w i t h o u t question Iti l l i n l r eagerness to t e l l niu all nbotit i t , t h A t I could have nothing, on my part, \to toll. If I had d o u b t e d my safety, I did not doubt It mw. I c l i m b e d up tUo long, steep stony path t h a t led to the house where P'a m l i j i i t bo f o u n d . The n a t i v e t u a K o v c r n m e n t tuiilc, who came to the steps, answered my i n q u i r y w i t h "Hnaba'la, slu stop." Would she s r e me? I scribbled ray name on an ei.velope, and sent It In by the untlvc. She would sc e me. The boy cnrae buck to say that, "Slnabuda, she talk you come." It seemed too oa:y, too simple. I felt almost at mid. This was Pin, slowly coming t h r o u g h Llio c u r t a i n s nt the end of the v e i a n d u . Graver, older, changed, I saw her. I saw, loo, t h a t (he change was n o t -- u s it m i g h t have b e e n -- t h e work of the last few hours. W h a t e v e r Imd altered her' was Jess recent t h a n t h o t r u g l c end of her bridegroom. Sho h a d , Indeed, t h e look of oi e who htis been h a l f stunned by an unexpected blow, and scarcely yet r e o v e r e d ; but the grief, the. w i l d despair of l o \ e p n i t e d l i o m love I n f u l f i l l m e n t ' s i e r y hour--these were not hers. I had almo.s' feared the meeting, been a f r a i d of w h a t 1 m i g h t feel In It up with Dad and Mother, I suppose." I did not nsk her w h a t she nnd to m a k e up. I was too busy s w a l l o w i n g a large l u m p of d i s a p p o i n t m e n t . Somehow I b u d t h o u g h t -- b u t Unit, of course, wns Impossible!--a g i r l w i t h money (curse her money !) and I w i t h out even enough cash to buy stores for my trip. . . . Well, If a n y t h i n g on e a r t h was sure, I It was s u r e that I s h o u l d h a v e enough to p a y for e v e r y t h i n g I fancied, when I c a m o back from t l i n t trip. Tho mors reason--If reason wns w a n t e d -- f o r getting n w n y at once. For l e n v j u g her. That hurt. 1/ulu J i u n t g Paters, M. ~' although I Btlll ha-i o ulc "Am ill jo bothered v worms, and two of my cl thorn. How can I set r My h e a l t h la good other 1 t h a t T h a v e bad Iteatln w h i c h 3 .. ;ver hi-d befor If your f a m i l y physic! very eotiiplelo e x a n i l n u t i i i n c l u d i n g j o u r blood--am wjro sulTerliiK from no dl In causing the ulccratloi nay that you might bo BUI tmllmry c i n k e r fior^a, M la o n l y .1 gne-is, of course, n very completo exaniii Impo.ss-ible for any doctor Is I lie m a t t e r w i t h a pc C.inker r o r o a a i e l l t t l o ( In t h o m o u t h , wJucli may diseases with high fever, brought on by a diet prodi Ma, or one w h i c h in do(l( anti-scurvy - . I t u n i l n s , nn on a c u i v y In t n y caa "?tfro Is som(! toxemia (pi blood) « l i l t ' h evidently nerves In t h e mucous m tho m o u t h , and piobnbl pliicoa In tho i n t e s t i n a l Over-hot and o v e r - n p l c r d longed s u c k i n g on hard c n r l l l l c l a l arlsls w i l l also ci If y o u r u l c e r a t l o n s nra or k p r hurc.i, t h e n corrcefii diet anel m o u t h hyglano a thpm to cUsnppenr. Nai other health h a b l t a must too. ( W o havo an artlc had ulcers all Iho tlrnc years. My thorn w l t l i ijj Hcems to horn. U v e n they heal olves, b u t new onns My doctor IB to a Kldn Hat, w h o 10 ho could ne. On my Islt to htm, ild tne to back f o r loney If I had ulcers But, ho i few days so I could g o t m y a y back, ra. ith thref d lldron have 1 ot t h e m ? Ise, except hes lately, MRS. E." in made a n of you-- f o u n d you ease which a, I would ering- from s. E. This for without U'on It is o any what son. i-oded spots accompany or may be clrig nclilo- lent Jn the so brings , however, laon In the iffeets the mbrano of ' of other tract, alio. 1'oods, pro- in-ilca. and uso them.) nary c«n- u of. your ould cause ·irally, tho ·e normal, ! o, c!k Bal- anecd Diet, which will help you to 300 If your diet hi n o i m a l ) You say you liavo thread worms, too. It la possible t h a t t h c v aro causing the t o x e m i a t h a t cau-vs Iho ul- ccrations. You must get rid of them. I'll w r l t a ou that subject tomorrow. For the local treatment of canlcer sores, r l n w i n K tho t u o t i L h w i t h boracic acid a o l u t l o t i -- o n e tcaspoonful to tho p i n t of w a t e r -- v r r y f r e q u e n t l y , ia recomincnipd. Al."o, rnlllc of magnesia. One of tlic best mouth washes to keep dov»n Infections of tho m o u t h la a solution of one level teaspoonful of salt to tlio eight-ounce glass of water. It !a a good plan to havo some of this solution on the wanh- stand for tho whole f a m i l y to uso. Dr. Louise n«ll recornmcnda tha following method of using it: A f t e r brushing t h n t r o t h , rinse t h o mouth thoroughly w i t h t h i i solution, draw- Ing tha w i i t e r In between tho teeth, and then garglo tha throat throe times. Tlion hold' n small m o u t h f u l for fivo m ' n u t e a , expel thla and gar- glo threa limes again. · * * Mr. A. irlvc.'i mo R suggeatlon for cold n l g h t i , t h a t la practical for thoao In the towna \\riero there are array and n.uy supply stores, and that Is, tho use of tho oraiy canteen, filled w i t h hot v.'utor, to take tho placa of a hot water bag. lie says they are much less expensive and keep Iho h e a t much longer, Remember, in the use of any heat- Ing device, to t n k o precautions against b u r n i n g , especially If such devices aro used around babies and c h i l d r e n and helpless Invalids. * « · B. Our article on varicose velna tells of the new Injection treatment. (See column rulca for obtaining.) Editor's 'Note: Dr. Peters cannot diagnose nor givo poraonal advice. Your questions. If ot general Interest, w i l l bo answered In tho column In, their turn. Requests for articles or pamphlets on hand must bo accom- , panied by a' fully aelf-addressed, , stamped envelope, plus tho following- small charge to help cover eoa o f ' printhig 1 and h a n d l i n g : for each ( article wanted, two conta In coin; for each pamphlet ten cents In coin. Tho pamphlets aro Reducing and Gaining, Hygiene of Women. Kidney anil Bla'dcr Disnrdas. Address Ur. Peters, in euro of this paper. WrU« legibly, and not over 200 words. THE OLD HOME TOWN Stanley greut sweep out to sea, and made f o r ! her presence; nilghl, t e r r i b l y , w i t h Tort UKaln by n round thai; I cnleu- Intoil, w o u l d bring me i n t o town towards a f t e r n o o n . When 1 citme in, hoisting the yellow fliiK l l i a t aaKs for the doctor nnd p n i t l q u o , I wns left to w n l t some time. At last t i n - (loctnr's l a u n c h came out nmi f r e e i l -KP ; t t i e customs lot me go, · r t l t h nn p a s v qiif^Hon or two. Scarcely h:u) 1 linuled. beforo h a l f my a o q i i i ' t n t n n r p -- It Deemed--ucre a b o u t me. r l e l n g w i t h one a n o t h e r for flt-.t t'UriGce to relate the e \ e n t of I h o day. Sir K i e l a r d f i u i ^ l i a w hail t n l en out In-, tiuiiu'li e n r l v t h a t i n o r n t n g . aiii! liiul it'vi 1 !' come back, ( i n i i the l n i i i - . i i bail lci'n i -'::liH i (l netuall.v coui- hu' In f i o n Klhlu'riuan on ils own, t i l l !t r i n i i g i o t t n c l on a shoal. When I IK". 1-ot t( it, H U M P w:i-n't H soul on hi',nl, , ' i i i t l no t I . K I of t'.it 1 b n d o ^ r o o n i h ' l t |i _*n' 1 cl."ii'i ,t-.i' 1 ' i - l i e i nrin IUK! t i c "-urfni ' l i n ; S ' l K i d h' e n f n i i t l f « - « , ' v s c u i i f i i ' i l b u t i l l " l » . d ' , : i oont ) n u t ! ' r l « v a n i ' - l u ' i l j u i i l i t luiil been np( ossfiry l o call I n t i n 1 A n p l i c n n par*.(i to UK ct tho tin!yi-l;\ b r i d e aiHl br»"t!» i he io\\-; I n i t ore ' r I n l i · i 1:11 o i i - v h a d b · n l i l M of the (l.unor, I j - n t h i'" oils n i n i es'.([iei!, t h a n k f u l i. i -·-.(·! the ban uv H i n t I li.nl mi I v fiMri'd - - t ' l i 1 ( j ' l c M i o n I u . i n n i t i r i - ; , w i t h n t i v l e l y 1111- ii-u bet s h u t ilps, r e n u m b e r . I t h o u g h t my love might IUIM- been clouded by tho shadow of the day, as hers might J u n e been d i m m e d by time. I was to Ion ITI here, for tho first t i m e a n d tbo last--since It was for all time after-- w h a t love c o u l d mean, nnd do. There was not, between ua, (tie bar of nn · d i f f f r e n c o , d i s t r u s t ; tho chill of an.i " v a r i a t i o n or shadow of clinnge." (n the flower-scented Keml-dtisk w e x not, she who should t h a t day, have been tlio bride of an- o t h e r in;in, I who had U n i t man's blooil u p o n m.v linn*.-, un'tl It wns H9 If Hie l o n g mon lis since « p p a r t e d on t h e gu-nt l i n e r , n t ( l o d d e I s l a n d , I m d IIOOQ it mill tile only, anil as 1C notti- iup, no one, ha 1 e v e r come between. N o t h i n g of n ' l tin- explnuatton.s, all the t a l k , t h a t .h-nilil liavo been bet u e i ' t ) us two, y \ I t s e l f Kiilil. I-'or one m o m e n t we tti xl. l . l l l i n - our I m n j - r y C.VC-H w i t h one . n o M u ' i , nnd [ t h i n k I \ \ i i K , In t l i a t in m o n t , ns pale aa she. Tlieu our u r m s vere rutuul eacli other, She was s l t t l i i: on my km-r, by nnrV by--I don't lent w w h o r e I had ' j i t i n i l a chair--and « b e g i n to t . i l k bin u v\i!H not t h t t i ' l t I 1'inl l!yu-·!. "What are yi i go.nx to ijo t i l l r v e are marriru!:" \n«i tho f i r s t t h i n g i i-cmember a s k l i ^ IIT. ' And aim---"Ol . KO homo nna I WAS OUST =s== SAVIN' ·'TILL- HE OUT, BOYS-THEN CAN BACK. ;NTO SHAPE BEFORE H)M- JOE " ~ ~ n o w crNT^/s BUS J U S T TH(5HE PAVS 8EHM\!V 9 SCrAEDUL.6" -- IT M A O H NO N O PAS SEN'S ETCLSVJEree- WAITMIQ DAY, JANUARY 22, iin(l| p r o p e r t y of C ' l t l / e i . h 'I'ltle T r u s t C o m p a n y , A d m i n i s t r a t o r d. b. n. u. t a. of I h o LOsUilo cf J o a e j i h Hols'-on. de- ceaSid, 1 w i l l c i p o s o t ) p u b l i c ' s a i n " n t h o p r e m i s e - ) l n - r e l i i u . i l o r d e s c r i b e d a a "I-'l.r.ST TRACT," on Uio J !th l i v of l'olji uary, J O . ' t O , - a t 11 o clod' A. M., a l l Uio u n d i v i d e d I n t e r e s t if bald a d m i n i s - trator In a n d in a l l t ! o«e c c i l a l n l o l s u n d parccla of l a n d s l l n a t o I n t l i o C i t y of C o n n o l l s v i l l c and H - r o u g h of S o u t h · J o n n e l l s v l l l a , F o y e t l e C o u n t y , P e n n s y l v a n l a , C o n v e y e d to s l i d A d m i n i s t r a t o r by deed of C h a r l e s 1C. Solsson, et u. , et al., d a t e d May 3 7 t h , 1029, and i e- corded in the office ot t h e R e c o r d e r of needs ot F a y c t t o C o n n y In Deed Book No. 401 a t Pagi 1 1 1 , w h i c h lota a n d p a r c e l s a r e h o u n d e d a n d d e s c r i b e d a s f o l l o w s : First T r a c t . -- S i t u a t e in t h e C i t y of C o n n e l l s v l l l e , B a l d C o u n t y a n d Stale, b o u n d e d and deierl'bed as f o l l o w s : Heg i n n i n g - at a p o l n l on t h e N o r t h sldo of. 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S u b j e c t , h o w e v e r , t o I h o r i g h t , I b e i t y a n d p r i v - ilege of Y o u g h N a t i o n . 1 B a n k , I t s successor a and assigns, to me t h e p r i v a t e e n t r a n c e along- the "S\ C'jt s i d e of tbe S o l s f o n T h e a t r e B u l l o l n g , w h i c h en- t r a n c i * s l i a l l n e v e r b e closed n o r s h a l l any b u i l d i n g - or b n i l d l i s-i of any k i n d , c h a r a c t e r or d e s c r i p t k n bo e r e c t e d ot c o n s t r u c t e d o n s a i d * r U a l e e n t r a n c e g r o u n d w i t h o u t the c o i . s e n l of t h e .--aid 1'ouijh N a t i o n a l B a n k , its successors and a s - i l K n i flrsl b e l l g- b.id and ob- l.iinod I n w r i t i n g , pi opei ly e x e c u l e d and a c k n o w l e d g e d , w 1 i r h i-ald priv.il 1 e n t r a n c e g r o u n d cons.* Is of a .strip of l a n d 1m media t e l } N u i l j of the lol con- v o y e d in d e e d of Josep i Sols-son, et ux., t o 5 ' o n g h N a t i o n a l Ijai k , dated A u g u s t 1 , 10l'J, a n d recorded i i t h e H o c o i l e r ' n OM1- e of F a y e t t e C o u n t y , In Deed Hook 200, Page 100, and w)i cb s t r i p of lam] !s 11 f e e t 1 I n c h In w ' d t h and e x t e n d s Xort.ii p i e s e r v i n g tin- s a n i o w i d t h , a d l i t i m t e of 03 f e e t to O r c h a r d A l l e y , r e f e r e n c e b e i n g m a d e o t h e said deed of A u g u s t 1, J010, fur ,i s t a t e m e n t of the i ( K i l l s ol' tbo p a i t i i s . Seeoiiel T r a c t . -- S H u i l e I n said C i l y o f C o n n e l l s v l l l e , b o u n d Ml a n d d e s c r i b e d a s f o l l o w s . B e g i n n i n g a t t h i i N o r t h - w e t t c r n c o r n e r of l^ot N'o. 112 In l l i e p l a n of l o t i of tho .«., Id c i t y ; t h e n c e Sonib b y C r a w f o r d / · . e n v i o , f o r m e r l y M . i I n or Spring: street, 30 degrees West, 10 feel to a "'/a f o o l a l l c j , t h e n c e by said a l l e y , S o u l h 10 d -greas Ka-it, 105 f e e t t o Chun-1- A l j e v ; t h e n c e along* said C h u r c h A l l e y , N o r t h fio ciegrces Kasit, ·10 f e e t , to naid i,ol o. 142; t h e n e e along: said l o t N o r t h ;0 de-rreus AVest, 103 f e e t lo said C r a w ' o r d A v e n u e , t h e p l a c e of b e - f l n n l n g r C o n t a l n l n f * - 0(500 ·Kjuara f e e t . I n c l u d i n g a l l t b e r l i j l i t , t i t l e , i n t e i e t l and c l a i m of tbo B ran tors of, in nnd f o said 7 ' 2 f o o l a l l ^ y , 1-vltiR: I m m e d i a t e ! } \\'osi oC u 1,1 a d j o i n i n g tbe t i a c t o f l a n d .is i L h o t e il-jsci IbeJ. T h i r d Traoi -- S H u a ' e d I n s a i d o l t v of C o n n e l l a v l l l e , b u u n d ;d and d e s c r i b e d n s f u l l o \ v s : B o g l n n l n n at a s l a k e on A r c h S t r e e t , c o r n e r o t M i x K l l u n T r i m b l e and J.Tje)ili 3o!s'ion, t l i e n c e S o u t h 3,'! dcBrees ,/(i n I n u t e . i West, ,",,1 f e e t t o a p o i n t o n A n n S t r e e t ; thenc-e b y A r c h S t r e e t , S o u t h 2 d e g r e e s Kast, .TO! S~i f e e t to a p o i n t , cori or of P i n t a - I.M» I ' l g n n t a t o n n d f o a e p b S o l s a o n , t l i e n r e S o u t h SS degrees West, ]OU 13 f = e t - t o p o i n t , c o r n u r of Pantaleo Plgna- t i r o and B a K i m o i o Ohio Railroad C o m p a n y a n d Joseph P o l s a o n ; t l i e n c e on a r a d i u s of 2301.03 t Tho B a l t i m o r e 6 O h i o H a l l r o a d Comp- n y i l p l u of -n-ay, 25*5 feet to a p o i n t ; t l o n c e a l o n g - said r i g h t of way, North SO degrees lid m i n u t e s 'Weil, 37 f e a t to a p o s t , t h e n c e N o r t h 10 doBreci 40 t r l n u t e s K a s t , 81.5 f e e l to a p o i n t , c o r n e r if The H u l t i m o r o .t Ohio l i a l l r o n d Com inn y. M i s . K l l e i i T r l m b l P n n d Josepli ^ul.sson, thence S o u t h 7S degrees ,*m m i n u t e s Kast, J40.72 f e e t to tho pla :o of b e g i n n i n g C o n t a l n i n K - l.OOi acres Fourth T r a c t : -- F o u t p a r c e l s of land s l t u a t o In tho said c l t v of C ' o n n e l l s v l l l c , b o u n d e d a n d d e s c r i b e d is f o l l o w s : rirat P a r c e l : -- B o n n l e d b y A u s t i n A v e n u e , A l v l n A v e n u e , a t e n f o o t a l l o v und IjOt No. 21, owned by Irwln Smith and c o m p r i s i n g Loti NOB. 1 to L'O I n c l u s i v e , In p l a n of 'ota k n o w n as Holsson A d d i t i o n to { ' o n n e l l s v l l l e , recorded in tho Hecordtr's Ofllce of said Fayettn C o u n t y in p an liook No. 1 Page IS."!. Second Parcel:--Bounded by Wood- l a w n A v e n u e , a f i f t e e n f o o t a l l e y , Austin A v e n u e , A l v l n A v e r u o a n d Lots Nos. 20, 30 and 31 of said plan owned by M i n n i e M. n i n ^ e r and others, comprising L,ota Noa. 3'J to 05 I n c l u s i v e , of said p l a n of lots. T l i i - d Parcel -- U o u i d e d b y A l v l n A v e n u e a n d a f i f t e e n f n o t n l l e v a n d lots Nos. '.',~i a n d 27 of s a i d plan, o w n e d by K l e a n o r Hall and C h n r l e 1 * J. H c h i v e l y , t e s p i e l h e l y , and b e i n ; J^ot N J. 20 of s a i d p l a n of. lots. F o u r t h P a r c e l : -- B o u n d e d b y W o o d la-,*,n A v e n u e , a fifteen f o o t a l l e y , a len f o o l a l l e y a n d a n o t h e r . I f t e e r i f o o t alley, and b e i n g k n o w n as ] o t s Nos. 00 and 07 of said plan, Tha f o r e g o i n g * f o u r parcels of l a n d are s u b j e c t to tho use by Hie p u b l i c of tho s l e e t s and alleys as s h o w n by said p l a n of lols F i f t h T r a c t : -- S i t u a t r In the sfikl City of C o n n e l l s v l l l c , b o u n d e d and d e s c r i b e d ns f o l l o w s : B e i n g I^ot No. 1 I n plan of lots laid o u t b y H u s t o n a n d K e n d a l l , .said plan being- r e c o r d e d In t h e K o - c n r d e r ' s O f f i c e , 1'ayetti C o u n t y , 1'a., In Plan Book -- page --, b e g i n n i n g at the c o r n e r lol of A l i c e B. H a r l s h o r n e and P a t t e r s o n A i e n u e , a n d e x t e n d i n g a l o n g said A v e n u e , a d i s t a n 'e of -12 f e e t to l,ot No. 2 in tbo p l a n . . f o i e s a i d , t h e n e e back a l o n g tbo l i n o of Lot No 2, a i l l s tan -G -if 100 f e e t to a 1 f t e o n f o o t i i l l o v , t l i e n c e n l o n g said alle ', 42 f e e t to lot o f A l i c e ii. M a r t s J i o r n e , t l i e n r e a l o n g 11'ari s b o n o ' s l i n o 100 f e t to P a t t e r s o n A v e n u e , t b e place o f b - f i n n i n g Sixth Trace: S K u a t u i n i l i e B o r o u g h of .South O o n n e l l B v i l l o , said c o u n t y and s l a t e , b o u n d e d and d *sci I b P i l a.s f o l I r . n ·· l i ' r o n t l n s 40 f e e l on K l r s l .-treet a n d e A l e n d l n g back I n i w c s t - M v d i r c i . - t l o n , a d i s t a n c e of 120 f e e t lo ri 2 0 - f o u t a l l e y , p a i d l u l b e i n g d ' S l - f i i a t e d as J,ot N o . 2J i n p l a n o f l o ( s of t b e J f n m b o i i j T i n P l a t i* (.·ompany, w . i l c l i s a i d p l a n is l e c o i d e d In tin; Keen (ier't, on l i e of l'a*.etto C'Jirity, 1'a., l ' i Plan Hook No i, p a g e 12.-). St v e n t i i T i a t ' t . S i t i i i e in t l i u H u r o i i K h o' S o u t h (."»nnell(-\ I l l i t i i d c o u n t y a n d s l . i l f , b o u n d e d ,uul esi l U e d a s f u l l u w s F l o u t i n g 10 l e e t n n K M i r t h S t i e e t r j n i j j p M e r n l i n K back o f n n i f n n i w i d t h a d i s - | lance of 320 led to 'in n l l e v a n d b e l n - , - | J ^ o t No -V-2 J i e c o i d l n K o a p l a n of l o t s , ) · - t K C - f - a n d a l l e \ s , o h s u i \ e j e l a n d l l a i d m i l N r t b e C o n r i e i s \ i l l e K s t e n s l o n i ' . i n i p . t m , w h i c h p l a n I-, i m n K i c d I n P l a n Bm,K N o | . p,ige- I I I a m i M r , l O i f t h t h T i a d S i t u a t I n t h r l l r i r n i i f t - h n l S o u t h i ' n n n e l l s v l l l i * o i i d e m i n t » a m i *.I ,i t ^ h n u n i p , ! a ml d ^sr , i l,,nl a · 1 u l ! i A ^ I l i M i n i l i - i i n n ' h e N ' r u - t h In l . i i c f K t m i n i m i l l In W i i l i A m K Soi son i n l \ i m r t i l JLL Soiasan, knon n as j , o t .Nu. U. U Oi« e p h .Subsoil S o n s ' , P l a n n f T ' ot: * e i n i f l e r r e f e r i el to. on the Kast hy i si s t r e e t , "n Die S o u t h by an *··-.- · i o n "f V o i i g b l o g h c n y A v e n u o n n d on the We**! liv a 20 f o o t allrv, anrl · · · i m p r M n i * I-ot.s Nos 20s. 2D', 27O, 271, 2 7 2 f i n d 27,'!, a n d e.icb f t o n t l n K 40 f e e ^ o n ( b e H:Iill Flrsl S t r e e l a n d e x t e n d i n g b.ick of e q u a l w i d t h in a w c s t n r J y rll- r r i l i o n , a d i s l f i n c e of 12n f e e l to **aid a l l e y , i n t h e " a i d p l a n o f Joseph Sols- frm g, SOUK if" recorded In Iho Record- or'-i O f f i c e In P l a n Hook N« 1. p.i(je 161. X l n t l i T r . i e 1 : ] ' ~ ! f t e e n parcel 1 * o f l a n d s l t i n t e I n l ' i e said B o r o u g h n f South Coniie!!"-Ml!e. a n d all b e i n g ; p o r t i o n s nf a c e r t a i n p l a n of l o t s k n o w n n*» tho J o s e p h S o l s ^ o n Sons' Plan recorded in s.iId I l u c n r d c r ' K Office In Plan Book No. 1, p a g e 101, of an u n d i v i d e d ono- t b l r d i ] i t o r e * - t i n \ v l i l i l i J o s e p h Solsson d i e d 8Cl/.el, t o - w l t : l-'lrst P a n e l . C o m p r l s l n f i r lots NOJS. 1,. .", 0, t w e n t y - t w o f e e t of the n o r t h e r n . p a r t of l^ol No. 7, and lxt No. 10, of I b o said Jolsson Soisson Sons' plan cf lota, each f u l l lot f r o n t i n g -10 foci on I h o Wesl side of First Slreet and e x t e n d i n g - back of e q u a l w i d t h in a- · U L H t e r l y d i r e c t i o n , a distance of 12O f e e t to a 20 f o o t u l l e y . Second Parcel: Comprising- lots NOB. 14, 1J, 10, 17, IS, 10, 20 and 21 of said Jo.sepli Sol'son Sons' Plan of lots, each I r o n t l i i B 10 f e e l on tho Kast sldo of F i r s t S l r e e t and cxtendin*-* back of e q u a l w i d t h In an e a s t e r l y d i r e c t i o n , a, d i s t a n c e of 120 f e e t to a 20 f o o l n l l e v . T h i r d Parcel: C o m p r l s l n - j JjOts Nos. Ob, !)0, 100, 101, 102, lO.'l, 104, 1O3 of said p l a n of lots, each f l o u t i n g - -10 f e e t on tbe West Sida of I'ltlBbur-j .Street and o x l e n d i n g luck o f c a u a l w i d t h I n a w e s t e r l y d i r e c t i o n , a distance of 120 fi et to a 20 f o o t a l l e y . F o u i t h Parcel: I ' o m p r l s l n p iots Nos. 201, 2f2, 20,'i, 2 ( J l , 20o a n d ' 2 0 0 of said, p l a n of l o t a , each f r o n t i n g ; -10 fcot oil the e a s t e r n H i d e of Pillsbur**; Streot and e x t " n d i n R back of e q u a l w i d t h in an. e a . " t o i l j d i r e c t i o n a d i s t a n c e of 120 feet t i I 20 f o o t a l l e y . l 1 ' l f t l i Parcel: C o m p r i s i n g l^ots Nos. ;j(»:i, ;toi, .'jo.'i, ;i'Hi, ;to7, sos, :w. ."io, -'ML and ."12 of said p l a n of l o t s , each C r o n l Ini^ 40 f e e l on the West s!I; of Second S t r e e t a n d e . x t e n d l i i R b a c k o f e q u a l w i d t h i n a ^ c s l e t l y d i r e c t i o n a distance, of 120 f e e t 'to a 20 l o o t a l k . K K t h Parcel. C o m p r i s i n g lols Nos. ·109, 41U, 113, 114, 415, 410, 417 and -119 of said p l a n of l o t s , eacli f r o n t i n g - 10 f e e t on the, Easl s l d o of Second Street and e x t e n d i n g back ot equal w i d t h in, an e a s t e r l y d i r e c t i o n , a d i s t a n c e of 120 f e e t lu a 20 f o o t alley. S e v e n t h Parcel: C o m p r i s i n / r lots Noa. ISO, ]·!, 182, 3K.1. 184, 183, ISO, .137, 1S8, ISft ]!Mj nnd 10t of said p l a n of lots euch f i o n l l n g - 40 feel on tbe Kast side of P i l i i l j u r K Slreet and cxieiniint* 1 back o r e q u a l w i d t h I n a n e a s t e r l y d i r e c t i o n , a d l b t a n c e of 120 f e e t to a 20 foot alley. n i f t b t h P a r c e l : Comprising: lot No. 1!12 of "aid p l a n of l"ts-, b o u n d e d on tha N o r t h by lol No. 101, of said p l a n ; on. t h e l-J.i-it by n 20 f o o l a l l e y ; on the- S o u t h bv hot No. 103 of said p l a n ; a n d on tho We-u by P l l t s b u r p Slreet. N i n t h P a r c e l : C o m p r i s i n g Iots Nos. 2R3, 2S4, 2R.-I, 28(1, 2S7, 2SS, 2S(1, 200, 201. 2!»J, 2t3, 2')1, 2!)."i, 200 a n.i 207 of fcaid plan of loll, each f r o n t i n g 40 f e e t on I h e - W s - s t e i n side of Second S t r e e t and e x t e n d i n g h a c k of e q i n l w i d t h in a. w e s t e r l y d i r e c t i o n , 120 f o o l lo a 20 f o o t a l l e y . T e n t h P a r c e l : C o m p r i s l n p - I n t s Nos. :v)7, :::s ,:w.!, 4011. 4 0 1 , -102, 10:1 and 404, of a a l d p l a n ol I » t « , eai.li of said lots e t c e p t i n p * No. ,'!SS f r o n t i n g 10 feet tri i n n Kast s i d e of Second f - ' t r o e t , and ext n e d l n g back of e i j u a l w i d t h in aa e a s t e r l y d l i e c t l o n , a d i s t a n c e of 320 f e e t lo a 20 foot i i l l e y ; said lot No '!SS being- h o u n i l o O on the N o r t h by a street or a l l e y ; on tbe West by S e c o n d S t r e e t ; on the H o u t b by J.ot No. 3S'I and for a, s h o r t d i s t a n c e on l'ie ICa.st by a 20 fooc a l i e j . K l e v e n t h Parcel: Compriolii**; J-iot N i. to.', f r o t t l m s -ID f e e l on ei olid Slreet a n d e x t e n d i n g ; back o f C Q U I ! w i d t h i n a n e i s t e i i v l I r e i t I o n a d i s t i n c e of ] JO f e e t to a -'0 f o o t a l l e j , b o u n d e d on H I D N o r t l i bv I / o t No. 401, or, t h e East by ,], 20 f o o t alia*, ; on t h e South by I^ot No. · Oli and on tbe Wesl by said Secoinl S l r e e t , T w e l f t h Pal eel: f ' o m p i i t l r i K Lots Nos. S'!, 81, ^~i, isO and 37 of said plan of l o t a b o u n d e d o n t l i o Kast b y Pltts'ouris Street, on the West by an a l l e y , Noi. S I , S3 and SO each f i o n t i n g 10 leel «rv Slid P i t t s b u r g s t i c e t and Nos. 8,'j a n d S7 b e i n g ; I r r e g u l a r in shape T h i r t e e n t h Parcel: C o m p i isinpr L»8 No. 21S7 of said p l a n of lots b o u n d e d on, t h e N o r t h b y l a n d s n o w o r f o r m e r l y " C 11 P. G r a y ; on the, K.ist In a 20 font! a l l e y , o n t h e S o u t h b y l a n d s n o w o r f o i m e r l y of IjlivJe H c l i l o s s e r and on tha West by w h a t i.« k n o w n as the Paper? .Mill Itoail, s a i d l o t p o s s i b l y I n c l u i J l n s - a . s m a l l t r l a i i K U l i i r ( r . i c t a h o w n o n said p l a n a n d f r o n t i n g o n snlil 2 0 f o o t alley. F o u r t e e n t h P a n e l Comprlaing: J j o t g No9. 02, !).'! and !).! of said plan of lots, b e i n g b o u n d e d on the N o r t h by Ixt No. 1)1; on tbe K a s t by said PtUsbur/B . S t r e e t , a n d o n tbe. S o u t h a n d West by Sycamore H t t e c t , t h o same being* s h o w n also on a r e v i s e d p l a n of s l i d Joseplx S o i f r s o n Sou-*' P l a n of l o t s an r e c o r d ed In Plan Hook 1, page 12, 1'11'loentli P a r c e l : C ' o m p r i s l n g r Iota N o ? 2477 nnd 2178 of said plan of lots. b o u n d e d by S v i a m o r e b t r e e t , Alleffhony A v e n u e and 1..0L. No. 2170 of said pl*itx a n d sli'w*n a l - o on t h e .said r e v i s e d p l a n 0.1 r e c o r d e d i n Plan Hook 1, paf?o 12. T e n t h T r a c t : A I.I, t i n t c e r t a i n plecu or parcel of a r o u n d s l t u a l o in the naidl Borough of M o u t h C o n n e l l n v l l l s , nndl being- p a r t of t r a c t of ffrouiul No. 12S laid out by I h o a d m i n i s t r a t o r s of Col. I s i a e l P . ' i l n l e i , decea-sed, and in w h i c h B a l d Josi pit Holsscn died selxe't of an u n d h i d o d t w o - t h i r d s l n t e r e « , t , (.loscrlb- eil as f o l l o w i i : U c K - l n n l i i f * - on tbo N o r t l i c o r n e r of Joi;e]li Sol'-son - Sons' land a n d J a c o b M a y , t i n i i i n s t h e n c e South, along- Solsson Sons' l i n e , li.'t f e e t to a s l a k e ; t h e n c e S o u t h 81 def-reeS East, 1.S.70 p c i c l i e H to s t a k o on l i n e of Jacob M a } ; t b e n c o N o r t h !ili f e e t to corner of: , ) a ( o b M a y t r a c t o f l a n d N o 1 2 ) , t h e n c a N o r t h w e s t 801 f e e t aloriK: l i n e of Jacob May to the place of b e g i n n i n g , coni t a l n i n f r 07 perches. Tho i n t e r e s t of the e s U i t n Ih th* First and Second T r a c t i w i l l be offered u p p n i a t e l y ; I t s i n t e r e s t I n t h e remain-* ||])V t r a i ' l s aa a w h o l e eparately. T b a u n d i v i d e d n i n e - e l e v e r i t l i ( of t h e ·first T r a c t is .subject t o the Hen of a m o r t - g-aKe g-iven by n i n e of tha heirs ot Joseph Si'ltfson, dated May 1f, 1015, anJ r e c o r d e d I n the o f f i c e of tha rtecorder of Deeds nf K u y e t t e C o u n t y , Pa., Irx^ M o r t g a g e Hook No 111 at pnBe 100, u p o n w h i c h is s t i l l d u e $.'10,723.00, w l l h I n t e r e s t f r o m A p r i l 0 , 302S, n n d I l i e u n d i s l a e d n i n e - e U ' v e n t h s o f Second T r a r j j lo a m o r t g a g e g i v e n hv I b o same per- B o n t d a t e d J I n v 1 . r , 101," and recordeil In Moi IB-line liook No. I l l ,11 p/i fre 112, IHMJII w h i c l i Is s l i l l due .$21 r.Ofl f)O with i n t e r e s t f i o m - N 5 v e m b e i If*, 1027. TKUM.S Ol- 1 S A I ^ I D Ten per c e n t of I h e p r i c e bid on t h u day of «alo and the w h o l e halanco In ion da 1 .'- t b e i e a f t e r , al w h i c h timo Q deed w i l l be d e l i v e r e d lo t h e purchaser, c o n v e y i n g l i e l n l » r e s t o f t h e a d m l n l s l i a t r i r i n 'aid p i o p e r l P K T K H G CAMRRON, ·-'eci-ct.irv of H a n k i n g of t i i o Coiu- mcni w e a l l ' i of P e n n s y l v inla, In c l i u r g o of i b e biisliusr* a n d p r o p e r t y of c i t i z e n s Tlth; T r u s t Company, A i n i l n l s . i i a . t G i 1 d b. n. i;. t. a. cf t h e K u l a U of Joseph Sulbson, duccased. 22Jon3twci Tnifiedy lilanted OM Wt\itlier. Ijl-JS, Jan. 22.~-Tran-»- Air Traimport-.Maddux Aly L.iues technical board of Inquiry lasU n i g h t expressed an offlclal opinion that Sunday's, crash of n fiaimpor*!*, p l a n e with loss of 16 Hvos was tho r»- .Milt of "a local weather y)nd4Uon oC u n p r o - d i c l P d and iinforc-win character--* i^tic.s " "Una oua- c.U.fUa,IJiod

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