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' PAGE TEN." THE DAILY COURIER. COXKELLSVTLLE. PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1918, . THE KITCHDS CABINET · There's a glintlne of blue there's a * sprinkle of gold. There's a haze In the -Mies over- i heat], i -There's a buddtnp of leaf there's a stirring of life ' ' In the heart of the hyacinth bed. ]H. L, W. A. Roberta 1915 'H. :L.. A. Bnfano 1915-lf, '| H L, John Bryaon Hoirs 1915 ' iH. . 1U.. Chas Marutta Heirs 1915 IV.L-, Thos Morrison 191C H. L. V. L, James L. Wilson 1916 H. L., Alma GrilTKy 1910 f. MORE MEATS. UNSEATED AND SEATED LAND Notice IF. korebr given that I,'George O. Hueh, Troatiurer of Fagotto County. Pa., will OJ.POBO to sale or- - "Squabs and pigeons can take the , place of much of our meat that is - _ n e e d e d abroad. j Rabbits and various game birds in ( I senson are also J available. Squabs 1 arc young oigeor.^ | ami may be broiled sened in cas- | serole. Prepared ns ' T^f one does young ' broilcra, they are delicious. .. Pigeon en Compote.--Brown a IbaLC \ capful of sweet fat with four pigeons, j '-jbrowning; them all over, then remo\o ' t them from tbe saucepan and replace ' \J"with one-half a pound oj salt porl: 3 ; cut into dice and one dozen -nh:to : 'onions. When browned, remove most ;; of ihe fat and add a tabl. spoonful ci , } . -Jour, stirring until wall browned. Add la cupful of bouillon, stir tmtil srooi.tb. \ then add the pigeons with the rest of ...the f:t. salt, pepper, a sprig ot parsley and a bayieaf. Co\er and coot I '"one hour. Then add U'e browned ^ onions, a few mushroom;-, and cook i ^thirty minutes longer. Serve with tlie , ·' gravy poured around the pigeons. s 5 . Pigeons With Green Psas Brown ' · four pigeons la a half a cupful of - sweet fat, add one-half cupful of soup ' "stock, salt, pepper nnd sni.ill hunch at ', parley and four green on ons. Cover - ai tl cook for aa hour and a half, then fldtl a. ptot of shelled pei'S and cook thirty minutes longer. Cook until tile 'peas arc- tender i£ it takes longer. PottstJ Rabbit--Cut the rabbit into . five pieces after it has been 'carefully cleaned. Remote the si ddle. makp *- two pieces of thp Iliad cuartcrs and two of the fore quarters. Fry a quarter of a pound of bacon until the fat is -well tried out. Pnt the rabbit ID. tarn It nntil brown, then dust with salt and pepper; cover ulth another paa and bate in a qnick oven for an hoar. Roasted Rabbit.--Lsrd tlie hind quarters -with pork and leave n deep dr?l. covered with salt, popper, bay leaf, thyme, sliced '.n.crn ftDd c'oves with cupful erch "'. · r.trr oid vinegar. Turn o^i'r \ . i ": ^ a*yl leave for twenty-i'o'v ; -. ".'he i drain ard bate o2»-fi , · · · , 'iic spaced vinesar. -^, /June 10, 1918 iat the Court-House, -TJ , Pa., commencing at nine o'clock In the foro- Izuxm oC paid day and adjourning from day to dar if found necessary until ,all the lands contained in the floDowlns Hot or as much thereof aa shall be IfGiKHl- nocoosary to discharge the whole amount ot" taxes to the said tracla tin. tfeat said Met annexed are sold, unleso the said taiea be discharged provi-" oils to the said time of sale * * EHitj of purchasers: By Act of General Assembly, it la mado the duty at the purchaser or purchasers at the Treasurer's Sale, as coon as the property fs^Gtruclt down, to pay at least as much oC the purchase money as shall be necessary to pay off the Taxes and Costs, and in case the same is not forthwith- paid the- Sale may be voided and the property Immediately set up again by tha Treasurer. Purchasers are therefore notified that compliance with this nr.rt of the Ian will be expected and enforced, To avoid sale, it will be necessary to make payment on or before June 10th. ISIS. Treasurer's office,-Uuiontowai pa. GEORGE O. RUSH, Treasurer. LANDiRETURNED AS UNSEATED LAND BELLE V E R I M O N BOROUGH. Years V.( L. Snrr- Dean Heirs 1913-lt V L. Minerva Lehow Heirs 1916-16 \. L, Kan WJmer 1915 IS V..L., Thos. HcMahan Heirs 1916-16 Taxes J12.13 24.26 3 0 6 52.56 BROWNSVILLE T O W N S H I P . - lots, J. V P.inns (Now Sam'l Coldren __1916 7.40 Lol No SS, Stow Lmdy 1913-1C 2.06 5 lots, Colorcaa Golcy 1D15-1G 470 2 lots. Cottoni Carter (Mr. Carter's Sucre, 1916 4.05 Lots, C- C. Carter .. 1916 4.02 Lot No .l-'S. Bphraim Grant 1916 1.34 BROWNSVILLE BOROUGH. \~. L. JosephiG. Elbott 1916 767 V. L.. Joseph JJamero, 1916 ' 7.67 -PRAISES VIRTUE OF SILENCE ~ - Habit of Carrying Dorrfetla Troubi to Outsiders* Is Deplored by Writer. One pretty sensible gal. -who tru' J loved her youns hasband. who as tru_ loved her, came near wrecking tholr happiness through her uncontrolled * tongue She had always been In the liablt, and a very proper one it Is, oE tellizig her mother everything In. har girlhood. Now that she wae a znajTiod wonum. she ought to have discriminated be- tweeji what concerned her hasband and wbjit concerned herself alone. She had no bnslnees to tell her mother of con- _ fldaoces which passed between -him ud herselt, and he had no idea that ·he -would not appreciate this fact until ahe happened to relate "what mother *aid when I told her thus and so." j "Why, you didn't tell yotrr mother that!" he cried. His tocgne angered her and she retorted tn a sudden' ftwrne: "Indeed, I did* I shall always ' tefi my mother exactly wliat I please." , '"Very ^ell." he commfent«d coldly. "1 ') shall uadprstand now jojt how far 1 'can mis: }ou-" Montha and .man? '.fheartbur.i'.Tiss were rerjired befc. ' this breavh was healed. A tender and petted gill ig altoge'ib- -er too fond of fleeing for consolation jto mother or sister, wtwn some fcJi- Med slight has been offen-d her by tne ' ladored one. who has recently awoni a .{thousand times that fie will think of i jher comfort and happiness 'and "that J ionly. "tin the sands of thr desert grow ; 'cojd." And then he go-3s off soipe] morning and forgets to kiss_her good-1 byror he,coiDes_home at-night wUh-j out the egg-beater that he solemnly! prpmlied to get. _AndJertians a foolish i mother oi-sis_ter says he js ajjrute-- - and yen can easily see what a train ol- evfls might follow in the wake ot this 'tiny little train of circunstances. Dont tell anybody of your do*--stic - troublee, big or little They .grow In the telling. The first lesson that the · wise wife should learu Is to hold her tongue.--Leslie's Weekly. 1916 1915-lti 1915 1915-1S 1915-lfi BULLSKIN TOWNSHIP. ;', Aores. Wm. Jtobbras Heirs 1915-16 ""· seres. David Baker. Sc. 1915 ·! acres, Cornelius Barket 1915 553 A., Black McClelland 1915 Lot, A. 0. Biller 1915-16 SS A., James, W- Buttennore 1916-16 Lot. J. M. Bates 1916-16 W U. Mrs Anna Brooks 191511 A.. Elizabeth BasirjEer 1915 {' lota. L. C. Blair -, 1916 C lots, Mrs. Annie R. Brown 1916 j! 1-2 A., Rogers Clarfc 1915-16 '1 acre, Elizabeth Campbell 1916-10 20 A., John Christopher 1916-1C Lot, \V L. C«rbin 1916 £ acres. Thos Diskm 1916 Jlenry Dresher 1916 5 ucres, John D. Elessor 1915-1C 11 acres, Geo ESlne Heirs 1916 5 ecros. J. R. Butsey 1916 17 V. L . Prazier Griffith 1916-16 Lot, W. W. Fuller 1915-1 j H. L.. Edtr. Fields 1915-16 Lot, Meronika Grabiake 1916 f 9 V L.. Gault Grflnn 1915-16 T V L, Carmine Granozie 1915-16 I lots, Hay T. Goldsmtth 19 16 ! S A house, Samuel G4bson 191S :· acres S M. Goodman 1915-1C | ot, David Goldberg 1915-16 S j A.. Hount £ Morrison --'. 1915-16 H. U. DaaM .Hoke - 1S15-16 Ixjt. Clara Hunker 1915-16 12 A., Mrs. Geo. Hney Heirs 1S16 50 A . MarUn Hanoy 1916 5 1-4 A.. Mack Hasoskl ..*._ H. 1 A.. Geo. W. Johnson: 115 A., £ra t Grace James 14 1-2 A_ Wm. Johnson .. H L.. Lloyd Kalp Lot, Jonn Keller .-J -19ns-16 10 A.. Mrs. Elizabeth Kenner 1916 V. L., John Laytoa 1916 Lot, Z. J. Long ,, 1915-1C Lot, Joan Layton -. * 1916 27 A., John H. Layton J916 H. L, Richard Mitchett Heirs 1315 * A . Mrs. Geo Mumaw ,, JS15 H L., Ida May (Now R. P. TntBnpole).1916 Lot. Missouri McLaojrUin , 1316 H 4 L. Mt. Pleasant BWs. Asao 1916 :.ots, Stephen PhSllipi 1316-16 Lot, Curtis Pa'terson _..__ 1915-1(1 r. A.. Cora Porter 1916-16 7 Lots. John N. Phillips __-» 1915-1« Lot, .Vancy Plaster 1916 Is Acres, Stewart Pershing ^.__.J916 ,"i A.. Catharine Qneer ,,.--,, 1916-16 I A , Johnf. Hist' ^..J91S 1 ' 12 -V., Robineoa, Consbenonr 4 Anderson 1916 rage Lot, F. 11. Richey. Jr.. 1915 10 A.,- Allen D. Swink 1916 '64 A.. Cyrus Stauffer Heirs. ^. 1916-16 4 Acres, Isabella Swink. Heirs.,. 1915 IC9 A . Wm. StfllwaBon CNow Chas. H. Keller) 1916-16 11 1 2 A-, Samuel -P. Sherrick and A. P | Stillwagon . ..., 1915-16 JL 59 A., TOlliam.A. Snyder J915-1C 2 Lots, J. M. Sayers 1915-10 '0 A.. Jt'lla Stalker ..,,. -- _1916-16 1 Lot James Sims ^... ^--1915-lfi Lot, Mary A. Smith -^ 11916 Ti'i L., John N. Smith..u J916 2 Lots. Catharine Traft .^ --1S15-18 . IjOt. John Star , -J.916 " 3o A.Tomar Trnmp ^ ...1915-16 M A Harry F. Thompson . 1916 iH. U, W. F Dllery - 1915 IL'ft 1- Frank Workman -J.915 ?, l-ots, H. D. Barkley - _1916 IjJi, N. L. Corbin (Now Calvin Grim) 1915 1-2 A. H, Thos. Piper - 1915 127 A.. R- S. Paine _ 1915 12 A.. Alex Wilson , 1916-16 2 Lots. John Creighton _ 1916 6.61 22.42 4.30 29.69 3.78 21.6S LSI 13.23 5.85 2.25 2.99 12.39 6.19 17.86 .68 31.05 2.73 37.19 3.SS 4.33 52.86 311 1239 1 60 5385 4 6 4 322 861 613 619 2757 7 5 6 379 9.60 614 1.37 1548 28.82 24 78 18.58 3.11 8.19 7.48 2.69 7.48 806 !).60 S96 4.81 3.SO S.98 4.51 1.54 12.39 2L6« 2.23 6.24 4.S2 64.37 2.88 4.SO 3S41 4.81 30.97 12.33 85.40 11.41 15.48 7.76 1.37 11.97 4..70 2.1S 18.37 19.S7 11.21 8.80 L68 .53 1.05 6.30 1S.76 1.05 Tabto Manners _ of ^the ·fc'ast. 'Modern table "manners -compare--fa- Torably with those of tho past Mrs. 'Hannah Woolley, author of "The Gen-| Comaanioa," the standard! century book on_etiquettf, j ..'found it necessary thus to warn her i ~ readen: "Gentlemen, disajre^ not by i nay ravenous gesture your angry cp-1 " patita, nor ta your eyes too greedilj j '. oa the meat before you, as it you j would devour more that Tray than .yonr, throat would swallow. . . . s in carving avoid clapping your lingers la your mouth and Ikjking them,after yon have burnt them. Close yonr lips when, you eat, and do not smack likn, - i pig. Fill not your moutj so full that I Toar cheeks shall swell like a pair ot I Scotch bagpipes. It is VE ry uncomely f to drink so large a draft that your . breath is almost gone, and you are fcrc3d to blo strongly to recover yourself." CITY OF OONMELLSVrULE. V~L~r-Mrs Elizabeth Paul 1915 H. L. John Kenney Hoirs 1918 ,H. X... Katherlne Swartzenruble J916 ,V L , Mary Burhannon .1916 -,V, L Teressa Harbaugh ISIS I:; V. L., Steve KoTossar 1916 '.V U, Geo Rhubottom , 1915 18.1S 10.35 10.10 3.77 4.04 6.S9 7.30 . Jealous Mlnlrtor. "Why did you and that young minister quarrel?" asked the friend. "He was nicd enough in many -ways, but he was BO horribly jealous and unfir," said the fa:r dmael to whom the young divine had been pay- Ins Mrleue attention. " ' - "JeaJomr, perhap« ;; -and naturally," smiled the Maad. "Bat unfair?" ··" Tea. Every time I wcuid make an en(agem«nt for a moonlight -walk or an. afternoon stroll with sous other ap he would pray for rsia."- "~ ' CONNELLSVILLE TOWNSHIP. (H. £ U. Asap Cole Heirs ,, 1915 10.2 ii-L £ L , Johr. Foust _~ 1915-18 29.09 ,ii. L , Mrs. Perry Gardner _,....181S , 7.72 Ixit, GiKliotti S M. James ,, 1915 3.20 40 A., Frank Pelfley -- 1916-18 58.01 'V Lots. S. C. Caroline Pose 1916-16 27.79 V. L. Jos Murray 1916 .98 V L., Geo. Patterson - 1910 2.06 J/. L., Mrs. J. B. SHllwajron ,--,.... 1916 10.25 V. L., Mrs. Grace Byorty ,,.,, 1916 2.06 I DUN BAH BOROUOH. V. L, William Hanldns 191S-W 5,78 Y. L , Robert Artls , 1918 Z£9 Y. L., Dasiol Hnrtigan ,~.a9» 33» H. L., John Lowdm ,..., J.915 1iM V. U, Maria Bl»«Usi (Kaw I*«tik L(b*m- tore) ,,..^^^,,,.»,1616 Z.S9 K. £ L., Geo. iL Miller , 1916-18 87.76 JV. U. P. J. McCormlck «,.,,,,, r j.»15 2.89 Costi J5.S7 6.87 6.87 6.87 5.S7 6.87 5.S7 5.87 6S7 637- 5.37 5.87 S.87 5,87 5.87 5.87 587 5.S7 6.87 587 587 537 587 5.S7 637 587 5.S7 387 5.87 687 6.57 B S 7 6S7 5.87 5 8 7 6.87 5.S7 587 5.S7 6 8 7 687 ' 5.87 6.S7 r, 87 587 S.S7 5.S7 587 6.S7 587 687 5.S7 587 637 6.S7 5.87 867 537 6S7 5.87 S87 5g7 587 5S7 B.S7 5.87 W7 5.OT 5.87 6.87 6.87 6.87 6.87 5.87 6.87 5.37 5.87 5.87 6.S7 5.37 5.87 6.87 6.87 6-37 5.87 5.87 6.87 6.8" *.87 5.87 6.8tf, 6.37 6.87 6.87 5.87 S.87 6.87 6.S7 6.87 5.87 5.87 8.87 5.87 .S.S7 S.S7 5.87 S.S7 6.87 .AS7 5.87 S.S7 K.S7 M7 BJ87 8J7 5,87 S.87 5.S7 51S.OO 30.13 893 10.57 13.64 12,48 28.29 1017 4556 9.65 27.55 7.68 19.10 5.78 664.13 2S.8S 31.65 14.44 1011 8.C6 DUNBAR TOWNSHIP. M. L., Mary Bon-i". ,,,,....,,I..1B16 48 A., Bessie M. Barthlorv 1916-W 133 A., John H- Barrlcklow 131B It It L., Ben]. Seals .,.,,,,.1916 H. L., Hojnuei Brewer .-..1916 V. L, Elizabeth. C. Brown 191B 1 A., OoraD. Black ,.1916-16 2 V. L., John Allen -.1316 V. L,, ilichaol Burns J918 2 V. L., Elizabeth. Brown Est. ., L.1S 10 H,. L., Oeo. U. Cuminmgii , i - J.916 H. 68 A., Ada M. Culler ' 1916 H. L. Erico(Centfonti 1S1B V. L., Heuben Cole ,...,..!:8 V U, Dullgio Brlco ^...1915-18 V. L., Jamea H. Bagen _ .1816 V. "it, Minerva Dannor .^.^.,.1915 H, tc, 1*. John Bnola , 1815 H, A.L., Thos. Griffln -... -.1MS-1« . V. L.', James Goldman ^.....ISIS V. !., Mary Hoge ....« --,--1916-16 V. L., Martin Hicks 1915-W V. JUJBarbara Hudak ., uOOlS-16 J33 A., J. Lemoyne ., -.,..1916 H.. L., Roseeartzell 1916 H. 4 L., Mrs. Aline Kilsore ... -1918 H: U, John G. Klrby 25-A., Boy F. Knotts ,,,,,-...1916 7 A., Keystone TubeOo __-..1916 20 A., B. P. Liston Hoirs ,, _ J.915 H. L. Jmnie Lancaster .,.._......^... 73 A., Alerander Long ,_ ...1915 75 A., Emily C. Lytle _ 1916 V. L., Thos. J. Lowery ..- 1916 46 A.. Ixwenite Explosive Co 1916 242 A., Markle . Franks 1916-16 3 A., R. B. McLaughlin , ---.-1915 V.I*, Helen McLaughlin 1916 92 A"., Jacob Anna McFarland J.916-16 H. I*. Smaller Martin Heirs. 1915-16 85 A., J. J. ItcFarland. 1915-16 3 A., Carrie Parker 1915 3 A., ITartin Pogesko 1916 2 1-2 A., MikeRulli Heirs 1915-16 V.TX James Reed 1916 V. L-, John aeed 1916 40 A, Harry Rogers ,,..__..1915 23 A^ John M. Robbins 1916 231 A.. Robinson CougBenour 1915 H. U, Robert Winifree ...1915 33 A.', Davis Work , '..1915-16 3 V. L.. John Thompson , 1916 1916 1916 1916 1916 3 V. 'L., Jorry Thompson 2 V. L., Alexander Thompklns .. V. I*. Jos. B Snyder 1467 A, J. K. Ewing.Wt ,,. H. L-, Matliew Woody ,, -1916 EYERSON BOROUGH. J. D. Staley 1916 3.38 22.90 90.96 2JO 587 1-59 4.61 · S.39 398 2 » 6 4.68 70.56 13.66 2.28 23.70 2.25 Z.2B 8.4o 11.29 1.13 6.04 9.04 5.21 100.00 3-89 9.93 li.29 23.86 203.18 5.65 30.47 33.86 3S.38 3.39 76.30 38.37 3,39 1.13 C0.95 126.73 3.58 13.41 4.52 4.52 3.58 36J2 81.94 13.65 40.78 9.03 11.29 4.52 3.39 169.90 7.90 4S.67 FAmCHANOE BOROUGH, 11.72 Lot, Jennie Breakiron ,, -..1915-18 412 Lot, Robert Brotmfleld '·8° i Lot, Joe Balsano 1S.26 U v. L:,- John Brooks 12.06 jv\ ju, Fannie Blackburn . .3.73 · y L -J j_ B Brownfleld . »-=°|2 V. L., C. C. Carlton ?-?rl2 V. L., Phoebe Cook D.GO 1915-16 1916-16 191« 1916 191« .., ...1916-lfi 1916 ., ,,. |2 Lots, Daniel Dovers 1916 "·°*JV. L., VTm. Doyle 1919 ··'° 13 Lots, Jerome Fordyce ,, .M1S-3.6 jS-;,lv, L., Mary Eicher --,.,« 1916 5 l'H |T V. L, H. Fnearina , 1916 .j,?,Lot,-Pnmk Gosetti 1915-16 ?";.! t v -1*. Eugene Fusarma 1916 .,;; V. L., Dora Graham 1916 "·'" Lot. J. L. Kicks *..-.1916.16 Lot, Jrartha J. Keener 1916-16 2 Lots, Clarence I. Keck .... V. L., Lucy S Miller 10.51 9.09 14.4812.06 12.06 2 Lots. Victoria McLaughlin ,, ,, 2 V. L., James LUley ... 1342 V. L., David C Miller.... .',.,. IV. L., Robert Murray ... * Lot, Julia ] 15.47 12.01 7.24 21.36 Lot, Fred G Roher 2 Lots, Antonio Viscaro .. V. L., Maggie G. "Wood .1915-1* 1916-14 1915-16 1916 1916 1916 1916-16 1915-16 ,,..,, 1915-16 1915-16 1915-56 V. L., John ft. Williams . |v. L.. Oias. Wirslng 1915 ;V. L.J J. J. Sharpnecker ..... 1916 iV.I«,MHard School ....1316 IV. L., Clark D. Bwanoy 3.916 13.36 13.35 13.98 15.47 1483 10.68 7.67 14.S5 10.38 7.41 18.26 27.60 8.10 12.11 10.19 70.24 8.75 10.67 42-28 10.«8 36.84 18.26 92.2? 17.28 21.36 18.62 7.24 17.84, 10.67 1.05 24,24 15.24 17.08 14.87 7.« 6.40 6.92 12.17 24.60 6.92 1622 16.97 »G4 9,91 12.76 13.17 16 1C 3490 13.69 9.07 63.88 39.86 6.80 7.98 'IS. 10 .7.88 U.S5 8.78 8-70 GERMAN TOWNSHIP. Lot, Andrew Krondgar 1915 2 V. L., Steve Only ^ W16 204 A.. Andrew Mercer , ., 1916 U, L,, James E. Altman .....^., 191« 3.31 4.07 15.31 533 4 2 5 4.25 5.73 4.25 3.10 425 11.04 213 1275 3 5 2 4 25 2 13 351 3.31 9 6 8 184 19 S6 2 5 5 2.13 4.25 7.SO 4.08 9.40 288 3.78 1 55 4 3 5 , 4 25 213 357 1 11 12S63 1155 HENRY CLAY TOWNSHIP. A., Irwin J. Beali -------- ,., -------- 1915-16 100 A., Choa. GroS ..,, ................. 1915-16 925 A-, H. Jj. Herr ...................... 1915-16 5DS . . . L.. A. L. fc A. F. Kerr ..... ---- 1915-1S 14 A.. J. R. Thornton - 1915-16 102A.,-Wni Elkins _ 1916-16 H. L, Andrew J. Chriso -- 1916 234 A^ John Newcomer . 1916 4210 20.20 12810 11530 ·3202 14 3! 4.01 1474 JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP. 1915 Vw U, J. H. Arnold 3 V L., Cottom Carter (Now O. C. Cartor ................................ 1915-16 Mineral Under 50 A., John A. Hall ....... 1915-16 V. L., W. R. Hill ........................ 1915-16 V. L., IJ. C. Jenkins ..................... 1915-16 V. L., Daniel Law ...................... 1916-16 V. It, Elmira Mallcord .................. 1916-16 Piooba Schalk ................. ~ ...... 1915 Lot, James Teeney ..... , ........... .....1915-16 V. U, Robert Sochlor ........... , ....... 1916 407 25.96 1071 8.93 8 9 3 893 8 9 3 2878 8 0 3 486 LOWER TYRONE TOWNSHIP. Lot, John Trimble ...................... 1915-16 4.G1 2 A,. Owen Smith ................ , ...... 1915-16 6.75 6 A, John W. Swinfc .................... 1915 9.93 4 A., Thos. HcArdlo .................... 1916-16 1074 6 A., Mary Vanosdalo Heirs ............. 191a-16 13.86 MASONTOWN BOROUGH. H. I*. Elizabeth Farmer , Leo Bronmfield ,,.... Flayls Massatt .1915 191 1 ! 1915 MENALLEN TOWNSHIP. Lot, Jos. Antram Heirs 1915-18 H. ft L., J. P. Allaman .1918 Lot, Peter Coweil Heirs .......1915 H. ft Li., Mrs. Annie Craft _ 1915 60 A., Qeo. Rutter Heirs 1915 111 A., Elizabeth Huttor Hteirs ,.,..-I915 Hotel Lot, W. F. Patterson '.. 1915-16 H. L., Eliiateth Dearth-, , 1918 H. L. Geo DeSenbaufli Heir* 1316 U, Peter Fereniri John N. Hibbs San'uel Hogoett ... ....... -..,,... Lot, L. LL Johnson ............. ^^ Nancy McCann ........... »».·.- Mart * Geo. Rntter ........ ..«.. GALLEY THREE UNSEATED Lot, John Sha-w Heirs ------ ~» H.* L., R, B Wilson ...,,..,.. , J91G ..1916 .1910 .1916 .1916 3C.S8 7.75 8.28 8.27 2.35 2.69 18.06 55.11 143.64 21.26 8.S7 3.65 36.80 44.89 237 47.2S 69.05 1916 7.09 17.72 PBRRY TOWNSHIP. 27 A. Coal, Henry Undorman Helre in5-16 18.11 SALT LICK TOWNaHIP. 14 A, J. L. Sohlck ~. "IB 18-26 64 A Boter Shaffer Helru ,^,..,,, 1010 T.33 BOROUGH David Ptttton i.07 , 2O31 Wm. Barton , «... Tr SOUTH eoKMELLSVILLE BOROUOH /, Jxta, Joa. B, Bailey ..,,,,,,^^,^,.,1WB-1« g.41 J , V , L, Cn«m, Aabury .,,,,,.,,.TM,^i,^^.191» SJ)4 5.87 5.87 5 8 7 587 587 5.87 ·587 5.87 5.87 6.87 687 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 6.87 B.87 5.87 5.87 6.87 6^.87 6.87 6.87 6.87 5.87 6.87 587 6.87 ·5.87 5.87 5.87 6.87 6.87 5.S7 6.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 587 5.87 5.87 687 587 587 587 587 587 587 587 6.87 587 587 5.87 587 587 5S7 5.87 5.87 5.87 687 6 B7 6.S7 6.87 5.87 5.87 587 6.87 5.E7 5.87 S.87 5.87 6.87 587 6.87 5.87 5.87 5.S7 687 587 5.87 6.87 5.87 5.87 687 5.87 587 587 6 8 7 5.67 5.87 5.87 5.S7 5S7 5.87 687 5.R7 5.87 S.87 6.87 5.87 6.87 5.87 6S7 6.S7 5.87 5.S7 5.S7 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 6.S7 5.87 5.87 5.S7 5.87 5.87 6.87 6.87 5.87 5.S7 6.87 5.87 6.87 5.87 6.87 6.S7 6.S7 6.S7 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.S7 6.87 6.87 5.87 6.87 6.87 6.87 6.87 6.87 5.S7 6.87 5.87 J.87 I.S7 11.65 670.00 34.76 40.52 2031 16.98 14.53 9.26 28.77 96.83 7.97 11.74 7.46 10.38 9.26 9.85 8.13 10.55 76.43 19.42 8.13 29.67 812 8.12 14.32 17.16 700 10.91 14.91 11.08 106.87 9.26 1580 17.16 3 9 7 3 20905 11.52 3634 88.73 4426 B-26 82.17 44.24 9.26 7.00 53.18 17 1C 66.82 13260 14.45 18.28 10.39 10.39 14.45 41.99 87.81 19.42 46.65 14.87 17.16 10.39 9.2C 165.7 13.77 5L44 8.18 9 9 4 21.78 11.20 10.12 10.12 11-60 10.12 10.12 10J2 16.91 8.00 18.63 9.39 10.12 8.00 9.38 9.1S 16.55 7.71 25.S3 8.4.3 8.00 10J.2 13.67 9.95 15.27 875 9.6S 7.4 10.13 10.12 S.OO 9.44 7.00 134.56 19.42 4797 26.07 133.97 121.17 37.S9 20.30 9.88 20.61 9.94 31.83 16.68 14.80 14.80 14.SO 14.80 32.66 14.80 ion 10.48 11.63 16.80 16.61 19.73 S6.85 10.62 13.62 14.15 14.14 8.12 8.66 23.93 61.93 149.51 27.13 14.14 9.42 42.73 50.76 8.24 53.13 64.96 H. L., Joseph Barton ............ -- . .1915 V L , W. M. Bull ...................... 1915-16 V. L., Wm. Betiler ................... 1915 V L., Lenlo Balsley ................. 1915-16 H. . L., Guiseppie Bartholomas ........ 1915 12 V. L, Harvey E. Burns ........... L . 1916-16 V L., H E. Bower ............... ...1915-16 V. L., Chas. B. Brown Heirs ......... j . . 1916 V. L., Anna M. Coughenour ......... J.. 1915-16 H. L., 2 V. L., J. K. Conway .......... 1915-16 v L., Morria Coleman ................ 1916-16 V. L., Lewis Cole ..................... 1915-16 V. L., S. A. Coughenour ................ 1915-18 V. L., Bphrlam Coughenour ............ 1915-16 V. L., JOB. Coscak .................. _ . 1616-16 3 V L., Aleiander Danboy ............. 1915-16 V. L., Rolla Darnell ................... 1915-16 V. L , Annie Davis ................... 1916-16 V. Lots, Wm M. Durbin ............... 1915-16 T. L., James Frew ................... 1915-16 2 V. L, Walter Freepit ............... 1915-10 V .L., Dempsey Pretts ................. 1915-16 H. 1 A , Harmon P Gray, Est. ....... 1915 5 V. L, Miral GiglioUl ........... ____ 1916 V. L., Mrat Gigliotti .................. 1916 V. L., James P. Grlmsley .............. 1915-16 T. L., Frank Googlak ............. ___ 1916-16 V. L., R. G Graham ................... 1915-16 1-2 V. L., Wm. Haberman ............. --1915-16 H. L., Geo. Henley ............... __ 1915 V. L , Thos S. Hyatt ................. 1915-16 V. L, Cora B. Hannill ................. 1915-16 8 V. L, 2 V. L. . 10 A., Isabelle Johnson 1915-16 2 V. L., Joseph Jascak . ___ . .......... ..1915-16 V. L., Koczon Jacentry ............. __ 1915-16 V. L., Emma Krepps ................ ___ 1915-16 V. L^ J. J. Kenney ....... --l^lS-^e V. L., Jos. Kllnk .................... ..1815-16 V. L., Louise Kraynyak ................ 1915-16 _H L., Joseph Kozen ............. ____ 1915 IV. L., Ralph Luiger ................... i915-iu V. L , Corner Lewis ....... 1935-16 jV. L., William Lambie ................. J916 iV. L., Edward Lockaway ............ ..1916 V. L., Raymond /McElhaney ....... 1915-16 V. L, Allen ,W. Mack ........... _ . .1915-16 V. L, Robert Nebon ................. 1915-16 H L., Wataon Morrison ............. J916 3 V. L, Arthur Nicholson .......... ____ 1916-16 V. L , Howard McElhaney . . J1916 10 V. L. J. F. Blair Nicholson ..... _ 1915-16 V. Lt, Watson, Osborn or Orbin H- A L , John Ormisko V. L, Merrill E Oaken 2 V. L., C. A Port 2 V. L., A. R. Palmer ....... _ ........ 3 V. L., Joseph Pullman ____ ....... ___ 1915-16 13-4 A, John Ringer Heirs ........... J.915-16 H. 1-4 A., Mrs. Olive Ringer ......... J915-16 2 V. L, John Robbins ........ . ....... --1915-16 Pool Room, Bowling Alley, etc., James i . Richie . ...-. ...................... 1915 V. L., Josephine Roberts ....... _______ 1915-16 V. L., Thos. Powell ............... . ____ 1916 V. L., Geo. K. Reslley ............ . ..... 1915-1G V. L, Elijah Soles ............ ,, ______ 1915-18 V. JX James W. Stouffor ......... _____ .1315-18 8 A. House, Leon Solsson Heirs _____ 1915-16 V. L, Jennie Shaw ............... ____ 1916-16 V. L., Margaret Swank __________ . ____ 1915-16 V Lots, Mrs. Jennie Skinner ...... ,, .1915.16 2 V. L.. Wm. Scholler ....... __________ 1916-16 V. L., John Shank ............. 1916 V. L, a H. SIlco* ............. _ ..... 1915-16 V L^ Mrs. Squirts ........ ... ________ 1915-16 H. L., Alexander Sanders _______ .._.1915 Shanty Lot, Isaac Swack _____ . __ .__1915 V. L-, Mary a Soisson ----- ..... _ ____ 1915 2 V. L., Carmine Sanozza .. ..... _ _ 1915-16 H. A L, John Siddo ......... _______ 1915 3 V. L, Jos. Soltlss ----- ....... _____ 191S-1S V. L, Michael Bmith ..... _ ...... ___ 1935-16 4 V. L., David a Trimble ....... ____ 1S15-16 V. L, Griffith. Thomas ........... ,, _ 19±5-1« V. L, John Vizi ...... _______ ·,, ______ 1915-16 V. L-, L. L. Williams ..... ......... ....1915-16 H. L, SUas Woodruff ........... _ .-..1913-16 V. L-, Anna -Wyant ......... ____ __.. 1915-16 V. L., Leroy Williams ---- . _____ _ J915-16 V. L, Chas. D. Towler ............ __ 1915 2 V. L., Jos. Toszak ............... __ 1915-16 177 V. L,, Connellsvilie Extention Co 1915 10 V. L., Jene BeatUe Estate ........ ...1316 12.96 23.58 23.98 19,12 13.19 9.94 MS.94 13.29 S.81 ___ 1915 1915 1915 1916-16 1915-16 1137 4.B6 2.99 653 14.96 S9.47 4 96 3.94 6 9 3 38.79 4.96 4 9 6 5.44 5.94 4.86 13.39 8.42 8.42 10.39 4.96 14.89 32.76 598 4.49 1.19 5.94 594 8.43 4.24 1496 6.46 7.44 8324 992 5 9 4 6 9 3 8 4 3 5 9 4 4.96 7.49 4 4 5 8.43 T.97 3.91 5.94 9.92 8 4 3 2363 17.60 6.89 53.55 7.44 11.97 2.99 11.89 9.92 16.39 918 13.86 15.3? 59.85 8.43 2.93 6.93 4.17 6.93 83.24 5.94 S.97 23.27 11.S9 1.58 7.44 8.43 14.96 1.50 2.99 11.S9 14.96 17.60 4 9 6 1183 5.94 5.94 S 4 3 18 S3 5.94 5.94 1.S8 9.92 348.47 S9.38 SPRINGFIELD TOWNSWP. 13 A, John Schroyer 1915-15 85 A-. Hd Warner 1915-16 SO A., Tnrner Heirs U!!lS15-lfi A, Perry Klink ISie-W 100 A, Simon Porterfleld _ 1915 12 A., A.H. Miller Heirs ,,_ .1818 10 A., Bufano James ...1916 " A_ Mrs. Dora Garletis 4.7S 12.60 9.56 6.30 15.78 4.33 4.33 4.33 STEWART TOWNSHIP. 61 A., A. S. Crossland ..,,»..1315-16 25 A., LucreHa Daniala .__.1915-K 794 A- Henry Herr . , ....... 1916-16 20 A, Andrew J. Han ,..__.1916-M 187 A, Jn«* Liston Hetrs .^....,. 1916 1O1 1-S A., Huffman Liston . _..._.. 1915 120 A., Huffman -Listen . ...1915 108 A., Paul Mausey .J916-1* 20 A., Mrs. Sarah C. O'Brien. -_.1916-1S 1?0 A.. B S. Jac.kson ., 1916 29 A., Florence Moon 1S18 200 A., Uniontown Connellsvilie Land Co ,, --__.191« Z0.67 1344 H6.04 13-44 3562 *) 2S.93 to.»s 4-H 28.84 4.S2 4S2S 2 v. L, c. H ran SOUTH ONIOM TOWKSWP. ,, 1918 VANDEBBH-T BOROUOH. Lot, Chas. Moody ..191646 5.13 WHARTON TpWNSHrP. 200 A., Robert Rochester 1915 IS A.. Ernest Show ...1915 11 A, Jos Stark Heirs _. 191S Coal 45 A, Geo. Maust Heirs 1915 Coal 61 A., Geo. Maost Heirs J916 3CT4 A,, Jos Wolfe .1815-18 71 88-100 A-. H. a Miller J915 28 A., H. G Miller J916 Coa! ISO A., Lottie Weiler 1916-16 1803 A,, J. V. Thompson J91S-16 1ST4 1.61 ITS 484 305 337.02 3416 7.03 25.90 816.37 587 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 587 5.87 5.87 587 5.87 5.87 5.87 6.87 6.87 6.87 5.87 5 87 5.87 587 587 6.S7 5.S7 587 587 587 587 5.87 587 6.87 5.87 5.87 I..87 5.87' 5.87 587 5S7 J.S7 6.S7 5.87 5.S7 5.87 6.87 5.87 5.S7 5.87 5.87 5.87 3.37 5.S7 5.67 3S7 5 8 7 587 3.87 587 3.S7 587 587 5.87 5.87 5.S7 5.S7 6.87 587 587 5.87 5.87 5.87 587 5.S7 5.87 587 5.S7 6.87 5.S7 5.87 6.S7 5.87 5.87 5.87 5.87 6.87 687 ^.87 5.87 587 587 5.87 5.87 6.87 6.S7 6.87 6-87 BLS7 HOT 6.S7 K-SO 5.87 4t» 6^T Mt S.87 6-87 fin 133 5X7 6.S7 6.87 6^7 6.S7 6.87 5.87 6.87 I7.S* 10 8T 8.86 12.80' 20.83 45.34 1083 9.81 12.80 4 4 6 6 10.83 10.S3 11.31 1184 10.73 19.20 1429 14.29 16.261083 20.76 S8.63 1LS6 10.35 7.06 11.61. 11.81 14.30 10.11 20.83 12.33 13.3! 89.11 15.7S 11.S1 12.80 14.30 11.81 10 ST 13.3S 1033 14.30 78 9.S1 11 SI 15.71 14.30 29.50 2 3 4 7 12 76 5 9 4 2 13 31 17 8! 8 8 i 157.1 22.2 R 15.03 19.7T 21.24 65.7 ' 14.3i S.S ' 12 .SO 10.04 12 S^ 83 13 11.81 9.S4 29.?' 17.7tt 7.4S 13.31 1430 20.83 737 8.S6 17.7C 20.83 23.47 10.8:.' 21.70 1L81 11.81 ] -V) 24.70 31.81 1L81 7.4-i 15.7'J 354.34 45.25 10.60 1S7 154--; 12.17 21.65 10.20 10.20 «=* ·us 40.0S H.77 LAND RETURNED AS SEATED LAND UNIONTOWN BOROUGH. Years Taxes Costs V. L-, Srd ward, Frank Ave.--J. O. Clark 1916-16 J10.39 5.87 Lot, Beeson A v e -- Harry Gale 1915 345 5 S7 4th W., Grant SL--Victor Cuppett (Trans Frank Schiffbaner in 1916) 1916 218 5.S7 2 H. *r L., Dunlap Seoright Aves.-- .. Thomas Dlsken 1916-16 70.99 6.S7 Lot, Esther St.--Ernest Frnm 1916-16 545 5^7 Whiteman Are.--F. M Freeman Bst ....1S15 1379 s's7 Lot, ConnellsvlUe St.--Chas. Garlock 1915-16 1474 o.S7 2 Lots, Lemon St.'--C. W, Gibbons 1916-16 27.05 587 Lot, Wayne St.--Mary C. Green 1916-16 6.45 5~S7 Lot, Miller St--Geo. Ginney 1915-16 7 40 5.87 Dot, Faulkner Ave.--Wm. N. Hayden ....1916 3.45 5 g7 V. L, Coffee St--Michael Koine 1915-16 1474 s's7 2 Lots, Coffins Ave.--J. N. King .... 1916-16 14.74 s's" V. L.--Albert Luckoy 1915-16 7.40 s'g7 2 Lots, TIUow Ad.--C. B Kelley 1916-16 31.35 587 H. £ L.. Millvlew St--Christ Manioc! ..1916-18 5406 5 87 V. L., Dela-ware Ave.--Mrs. Mary Mills --1936-16 14.74 5^7 Wayne St--Louis Russo 1915 3.45 s!s7 V. LS Jackson,Alley--Ezra Thomas 1915 6 9 0 5.S7 2 Lota, Coolsprtag St.--Mrs. Margaret .. Warman 19J5 6 9 0 587 Lot, Whitaman Ave.--Thos. Wicker 1916-16 13.53 5.87 Souses Lota, B. Main SL--Levinson .. Brothers 1915 41.36 5.87 Lots, ConnellsviUe St--Santo -Wltslno ..1915 2585 5.87 Searignt Dunlap Sts.--S. S. Auslander 1915 Si 45 s's7 Cor. Gallattn Ave. · Penn St--Markle .. Pranlc 1915 25S.41 5.S7 H. I*--QilEon Douglas 1915-16 6 7 2 7 5.87 Pork Ave.--Bmmett WQson 1916-16 2381 587 V. L, South St.--Allen T«ggert 1916 9.31 6.S7 (CONTINUED ON P A G E ' , - -5 Total 16.26 9.32 8.05 78.8S 11.32 19 C5 32 M 11 "2 13.J7 9.32 2C61 20.6t 1?27 37.25 5992 20 Cl 9 Z2 J - J S 7 12.77 19.40 47.23 31.73 40.33 264.28 73.14 29.48 1663 It hna been crtruljtid tbnt tfacre oe- cm- about 30,000 earthiiuakcs within a year, or 8,7(30 Lours, hence, that there are on the average three and one-naif carthqnatea la an hour. Fortunately, not all earthquakes arc of- a violent nature, like that of A, D. 528, that MLfid from 120.000 to 200,000 persons tn the region of the Mediterranean, or that of 1603, to -which «0,300 persons fell victims In Slcflv, or rat Idsbon to 1755, nnd those that devastated Chile, Peru and Japan. Of great freancncy are the minor earthquakes. la fact, onr co-called firm earth can. be gold to be io a state of perpetual agitation.- Onr senses do nof-per^elve the sllgbt flls^ tnrbancca, bnt -thtcsjatemoErnph, o verji " doUcnte and Ingentoas apparntna de-f Buy a Liberty Bond Saturday. :sed to keep track of tlKm, furnk. ' 11 the Ini'ormation denied to ns by i latural toficnaibtlity. They often iui ·ilah us too much of it in the execs of tticir zeal, roconHng sonKtimcs n;. seismic ph»5nomcnji vibrations that Inler proved to have been due to the " of-church bdla. DO YOU NEED JOB PRINTING? We do all kinds of Job Printing at our office from the visitlnz card to the finest commercial work. 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