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COtTECnfiTl. CONNED .I/sviIZLTC, F2C WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1930, BY ROY VICKERS WHAT HAS GONE BEFORE. A LAN B R E N N A W A Y , 35, has made a fortune. He asks Shirley ** Dane, beautiful young society girl, to marry him. She rc- f'Jsea, being secretly engaged to Roger Kelton, yonng lawyer, in whose care she has placed her inheritance. ' Unknown to Shirley, Alan lends Roger half a million dollars to save him from bankruptcy, a f t e r he learns that Roger ia the man Shirley loves. Alan takea as collateral worthless shares m a Macedonia development which Rog«ir agrees to investigate. After Roger and Shnley are married, Roger tells her Alan is a client of his and, therefore, he cannot refuse to go to Macedonia. Alan, longing to see -Shirley, returns to New York from a rest in Vermont. , Rogor, trying to get out of his Macedonia bargain, uses Shirley's he \lth as an alibi. When_ Cynaz, financial shark, gives him a tip, Rcjgor figures he can reduce his indebtedness to Alan $50,000. He is jealous of Alan and ferls his loan was made for Shirley's sake. Shirley and Roger go to Vermont. When Alan warns Shirley about her expenditures, she tells him her money is invested in Corto Bella stock. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STOEY.) ·-last remark tha f . it Isn't any use wanting him to go to Macedonia or anywhere elsi whore you don't want him to go," he said smiling. "Now, I suppose, you want me to apologize for suggesting it?" "Well, it wa'i rather curmud- geony, wasn't it '" "1 was afraid you'd put me in the curmudgeon department, Shirley," said- Alan. "We rrtust^think out something that will suit Koger better." Yes, that w;is one reason, at least, why Kelton was so pleased S CHAPTER XVH HE went backwards up the stairs, carelessly, a step at a tune; her lips and eyes still clowTi at him. "Corto Bellas!" reflected Alan aloud. "1 know that stock. That fellow Cynaz is at the back of it. Don't you rumcmber he mentioned it the ntght you took me to a re- 1 ception, when I told you- -- " "Yes, the other" day he dined with u.« and he advised me to buy. We've made a lot of money out of it already, or we would have if we had (old; but we're waiting to moke more. Stop looking like that, Alan." "Cynaz is a faker," said Alan, following her uu. "It's all a matter of profit with him. He doesn't k n o w or care about the raalitiea behind the companies. I don't know anything aoout finance on that scale. A n y w a y , Corto Bella is 'very speculative. 'If you've made a profit already I'd Advise you to sell out Are you in it very heavily?" "Only twenty - five thousand. And I 'on't thin'k I shall take your advice. U'H no use cotnpromiF'ng between your methods and mine." "You didn't pay for Southampton with Corto Bellas, surely 7 " "Oh, no. That was something else. That had nothing to do with that. Mr, Gor.stori-- but perhaps you don't know him -- gave Roger a tip a n d m three days he made over a thousand. "I though you said your capital hadn't beeti touched except -- " "It hasn't. I had nothing to do with that. Roger did it himself." Alan made no answer. If Kelton had been making money by taking Stock Exchange tips that had happened to come o f f , where had he obtained the capital?" Tha staircase had brought Alan and Shirley Ijaek to the niain hall. And there was Rofce'r waiting for them. Alan was forced to dismiss his doubts and greeted his host Rog-cr, in flawless evening kit, poked iazy fun at Alan'^ knickers and Shirley's knitted silks. At once Alan received the impression that Roger was secretly in the highest. feather No use in wondering why-- no uae in doing anything but he glad that Shirley was so happily married. A bargain, that nuppmoss, at half a million. They were at the table In a cosy cedar-paneled room. "Cy the way, Brennaway, Shirley hai put Tiur foot down upon Macedonia. You had better talk to her like a father." So thut was why Kelton was so c'hippei-. He had hit on the plan of using Shirley directly instead of indirectly as before. That showed with himself. AJan could almost read his thought i Roger WSLS "Do you think it's any good your having a serious talk with Shirley about Macedonia?" asked Roger. "Mot in the least," answered Alan. "Shirley doesn't exist aa far as that enterprise is concerned. I don't think that you rjuite understand my attitude Lo that matter, Kelfcon, 1 saw in it only a possible means of your liquidating your debt." "So it seemed to me -- at the time "when we first diseussf-d it," said Kelton eagerly. "But 'the mistake I mado, of course, was to fail to visualize how very close a / partnership marriage is. "The second you have a scheme that touches the homo life, such aa this onu, it is impossible to make any decision without consulting the other party 1 blame myself a whole lot, Brennaway." Alan waited Kelton had adme plart up his sleeve; no need to help him out. "I am bound to remind myself that thifl Macedonian business formed an important part of our convert ation in the first instance," continued Kflton. and Alan had that he was ro- the impression hearsinp- a prepared speech. "I will not say that it was a condition of the loan because that would be to do you an injustice. You are not the kind of man ho makes conditions when he is It did not mat- nothing, only don't really want him to , do you, Alan?" she was asking. he had no spirit. ter. Alan said looked at Shirley. All fnse L irritation had left Alan. Macedonia as far as Kelton was concerned was already forgot- ton. "1 pather frvta vour husband's l Cynas ii n falter," Said Alan, f ollovocring Her Up. thinking what \ fool he had been not to use Shir'ey before. Shirley was an invalu ible asset. There was a lot to bo said for this big brother atmosphere. It enabled SI irdley to be v ery cheeky. Alan, thought-reading, remained indifferent. ft didn't matter. Nothing mattered save to be near Shirley, to w:ttch her smile, to know that she had married a man she loved. They had finished the coffee and Shirley still lingered. Roger got up. "Fade away, Shirley!" he said and opened the door, laughing. His laughter, too, Alan could read. It was i/leasant to Roger to send Shirley away in Brennaway^B presence. It gave a glimpso of their intimacy. StiJ! Alan refused to let himself care. Roger had shut the door and returned to the tible. He was going to talk about Macedonia, so Alan guessed. lie was right. helping another man. But to me at any rate it was an implied condition -- J prefer to regard it so, if you will allow mo. We come, therefore, to the plain, brutai fact that I have failed to fulfill your conditions. Only one couree re- nwins to me -- and that ia to take H'cps to repay -he loan." Alan was startled. "fake steps?" he echoed. "What steps?" "My clientele is g r o w i n g rapidly," answered Kelton. "Thanks in no small measure to yourself. The action agatnst Kanrlon was really a subtle form of advertisement The credit of the firm has never been higher And ( think, if it would suit you, 1 oouid manage a part payment of fifty-thou- faand in a few days." "To do that you would have to borrow." "I have no altcrnati/e to borrowing -- no m o r a l alteruauve (To Be Continued Tomorrow.) Copjrll'Jt, I5J8 trt HIT Ticker* Kiltie VatlurM 8yn4Jett«, lax Diet and Health 6Y U11U HUNT PtTeRS,M.O,AUTHOROr DIET AND HEALTH'AHP'OIET FOR CHILDREN'' Diabetic SifHtptoms "p\KAK DOCTOR: During thc hot ·*-- summer months, I am till in nnd ran hardly rtrar; myself around. Hut I always used to feel belter when tho cooler weather c a m e . However, t h i s winter I am still feeling- bad. My symptoms are a voracious appo- tile, craving for sweets, a fullness of tha stomach after eating; am n e r v o u s inn d quk-kly angered. I -finally derided to f,eo a doctor, who Haiti I WUR anemia nnd that lAilu H u n t 1'otcis. M. D there was sugar in the urine. This worries me n great deal. Do you t h i n k J :ou!d o v e r c o m e thl.-i condition by wutcltliu; t n j j, c t nnd taking a Kood blood builder, or do 1 need a ph) Mel Hi's care? WHS. II." The voracious appetite and other n.\ mptomii. combined with sugar In t h » u t l n e , loo i suspiciously llko dla- bele.s, Mra IJj And nnyoru buffering f loin dl ihctijflcerlalnly neeOa Ihu person il S'lpervisloti of a physician who umlcr.Mnndn I h n t disease. The blood tonic j o u need Is the coriect diet w h i c h tu will pie.scribe, ,o free the blood of excess siig.ir (w icn thlt is done, I- disappears from the u r i n e ) . (We h,u« a list of bocks w r i t t e n foi the la.srnan bv ill ibctlr vi eciallitii. w h i c h ,%ill help o u lo carr out his d i i c c t i o n s } you didi.'t iav w h e t h e r you are n^r%\p gilt oi not !ul 1 can well l m : i K H i ' o u n t i ) Dial-ftes In adults Is prti '(led bv o \ c i w t U h l In ovrr 75 por ct-i t of tin- niM'n TMa l» one of tho rt-'i snni 1 lull! HO Incessantly on tho .nipoi tiince or not m i l weight and II,· i n r i h o d H o! u l t a i i i l i i K und m n l n - t n l t ' i n n It. \\V II.HP n p n i n p h l e t on Ketluclnu ' n n d (In n i i i K w h i c h gives l n « t r u c l i o n « t\e co nriin rules f o r o b t a i n i n g t h l M "IV i r doctor- \V1I1 v o n pU-nte p ' l H l ( ie h o l t i t u m one of v o u r c n r i c "I "i ' ' itv c n t l v HI nt I lo o u you that tho pr'scrlption tha correspondent used was a mixture of two ounces of bay rum to ono of glycerine, which alia massaged Into her head very thoroughly, twice a week. If you read uiy artielo carefully, you will remember that I aald It probably wa-i not the prescription that cuused the growth of hair, In her case, but !«mo change for tho better In her rjl snds. which her history indicated 1 ad been disturbed. Wo have an ^UUe on tho caro of tho hair ft.irl icalp which ou may have. Sou column rules for obtaining tills. * · * Mrs It --Thei o la no homo treatment for c/incrr; you ?Ht(St see a phytflclan. Peril tpa what you have i'i not cancer at a l l , cancer la your own diataiosl.i H u t n n y t h i n s t h n t doe.i not heul up w i i h l n n normal period of time should be invest (grated. It necessary you nnould go to tha nearest lars« city to vl^it a Hpeciallst. If you are interested In literature! on Cancer, w n l e to tho Amprlcau Society for the Ooritrol of Cnncer. i!o West -13rd 2)tret t. New York City. * * * Mra E -- I don't believe your worry at the tima you wero carry Ins your baby, hnd a n y t h i n g to do with hla mental condition As he .veenrui to b« sifted nlonff cei tain linos, he could no rioubt advnni e alonjr those special ilnoa If he hnd n specialized training. There are foi IIIR of apparent stupidity that are due to glnm'nlat dls- lurbnncbs and 1 t h i n k It would ba wise to take your boy to n phynlctan (known ns un "ndocrinologist) \vho iinderatanils Ihi-se. You probably would have to \ l a i t a city No mampuliil onq of hl.i spine, no mailer how prlo\ Iri^ly advei liaed they arc, ate (,'olng to affect your boy's mentality. li,|l 1.111 til 1 . l ' f ( O It M I , H We bavp hnO rriflny rci-iucits to ro- lu-lnt ttti« forinul.t, there/art* I'll tell Editor'? Hole (JlafrnoHtt nor i Your questions, «'llt be Htiswor. their t u r n fir piiinphlctt on 1 punled b) a stumped e n \ " l o ^irmll charK" t prlntlns und u t t l k ' l o wnnti'tj, each pamphlet p a m p h l e t s aiti / Ilinjirue of \ Illuililrr /Inot 1't'terM. In 'Ktt* und tu Dr feterfl cannot ive p e i M o t i a l ndvk'e. If of fffiicral Interest, d In tin- I ' O l u r n n in i n c u t s for artlclr-H or nn! imi«i he HI i nm- f u l l v self aililreiied e. p l u i t h e following 1 help cover cost of haiidllns;' for ench wo fi-nis In coin. Tor en cents In com The 'ntiii-ina unii (laininv, nnirn. Kidnpi,' find Irr.i Adilici«i |) r . if HiN paper W r i t e over "00 words. MUG. r "r*niD longer skirt for Btreet wear 1 la sponsored by New York society women. Mrs. Tlios W Armi- lase, t o i m e n j Alias Kiance.s Auchin- v'loi-H. is plctui-fj as .she \sas caught ly the camera s t i o l l i n t on Park A v e , New York. Mra Armitafre's handsome J u r coat is consecutively .sl.v!ed The heitrtit of th« buvin:; .· ea.son in f i n s i.howa many mten'.sflni,- new m u i i i p u - ialionr of pelt;i Tbo llarinf; silliciu- t'tto am! tlu M j i i l i r h t l m e ta.shlonnn; uro both p i o m l n e i i t In th»st. new models. Shaped shnv.1 collars u r o used on liuniLsnmo r u l n U coats Some if the atraljjhtlino mo lel.s are Riven i n d i v i d u a l i t y by u iiomted bolero of tOj »»r««*xo»z*»3i53:« V I I V V V V V V V BLACK SHEEP'S GOLD by Beatrice Grlmsha w lllMtratlont n Invin My rt I Copyrlirht by ETug-hoa M».33lO (It CO. TTc made a very silent par .y, dropping down river. With the, current, and tho speed of the launch, U was a comparatively short Journo;. Dusk of next dny found us on the opening readies o!' the Komllly's estu iry, with the gulf of Papua, flat and f r a y ' a s a pewter tnble, opening out before. Thore was a long strip of eaoh at the river m o u f h ; you could scarcely see It a t ' t h a t hour. But If ; ou could not see the beach, you could · ee, quite "clearly, that which stood t pon it-- tho pointed shapes of hcveri 1 canvas tents. "We'll stop here if or a few alnutes," snld the magistrate. "I dldn' cull going u p ; just hailed them, a i d nsked If they had seen anjtltlng; o a white woman." "What did they say?" I aal cd, "One of them--Caxon I wa 1 ?, I t h i n k ; T hear lie wont w i t , them-- Blioutcd back that they ha hi't, and asked who she wns, and wh it It was about. 1 * "Cnxon!" I snlfl. "Who *ere the others?" "Only on« other RliHe. 1 ou know him--Splccr." lie gave an order to the brown, burc-Umbod s e c r s m a n ; and our boat took a wide B~ 7 eep, and befjrin heading tunhore. "Caxon 1" I thought. "Spl cr la not such n fool ns he looks." F NT Caxon, old-time goldrnlner and so -YIvor of a past era of niinltif; succc sses, W(i» about th« ablest proapcctor who ever washed n dish between Dar i arid the Warn bare. "l)o rna n klndni'ss, BaMett, will you?" I said. "Don't mentli n to nuy- oni ashore just where H wa- that you picked na up,'' "Right, Ton not coming?" "No fear." "Miss Trencher coming?' "I don't--" Silently Jinny's heitd nppei red above the coaming, cutting off t iy words. She stepped out on deck. ' 'here was Btlll some light l e f t ; I cotit ' Bee that Bho hud found Bussett'a stor i of. clothing and looted It ruthlessly A cum- m e r b u n d of dark-blue silk Ircled the walftt of her--my--trousers she hud white nocks on, and « silk tie about her necIiL I looked at her In n m n ; ament, na sho swung llglitly down Inti tha boat, a v o i d i n g my \vea (she had lot looked at me, or syoken to me, since we came aboard). £ siw her go ashore with Bassett, disappear t tnong the tents. Before I had ttnie to {row inoro t h a n a llt'le Impatient, the boat was back afcnln, mid tho launch nder \vay. What had J i n n y been Kay ag, doing, out there f n Ihp cnmp? VV! y had she been so anxlouB to go a- bore, and why, now that she had ret .rncd, was she atlll kpnping hidden, avi Idlng sight or sound of me? Bassett was sitting on tha cnbln roof, n whitish blnr In tin dark. I edged up to him and nsked him pointblank-- "Did yon--anyone--say anything ashore?" He knew what I rae.int. 3e did not look trp, or t u r n his face, rat he answered Immediately, In Ba sett's own crisp, preclsn way-"I saw Splrer. I naked him what the delay was; asktd If I fonlc! assist In any way. He said no; It was all r i g h t ; they had stopped 'eeanse he wished to buy sago; the r'] be off tomorrow at daylight. I f ot back to the boat then. Bliss Tre icher,"--he spoke carefully, seeming t weigh his words even more than n: ual--"Miss Trencher stayed behind f c - a while; I waited for her." "Was she--" I stopped; t was c'lffl- cult to phrase. "There appeared," said I aflsett pre- ^cisely, "to be something In the nature of a friendly undorstandl; g between her and Mr. Kplecr. I g ithered nn Impression that she was r Anting out to dim something In conn 'ctlon with the course of the Komlily Ivor." On purred the launch ; t ie stars fell nway right and left from her wake, fioing forward, whore I eoi Id be more or less alone, I sat on dt 3k, and digested as best I could this unwelcome news. It illd not help natters, or make me more hopeful, t! at I heard, (·nee In a way, a nonnd like some one, down below, trying t stifle hitter weeping. CHAPTER 13: Right dnys passed, and nother two lo that, before I stood aga n upon the ridge that I hud topped w i t h so light a heart on the morning t! at saw tha unexpected arrival of ,Ih ay. I lind gone bark, replaced my stores, endured with w h a t patience 1 mtglit the hundred and one delays hat always blocked the path of the I ipunn traveler, and got a w a y a 1 mo it by main force. Firot, howcner, had seen .Tinny safe aboard a lo n l , s t e a m e r I hat was going to fort Mo efsby. Why she wanted to go Uiere, « iat she wns going to do wliwi she am v-eti, I could not conceive, nml, In face of her host i l e , o b i t i r m i p silence, bad Ittle chanco of f i n d i n g out. I c u u l d )tily say as k i n d l y a good by to J i n n y is she would allow, mid prlwiU'ly h ]e--with a grudging, smiirtln/; K i n d f hope that «iis entirely i l l o g i c a l , bu . 1 suppose, h u m i i n -- t h u t she would wisole herself us speedily nn might be. Then, bcnng froe, I h u -fled to my f o i u i n r t u r n i n g - b u c k poin , and drove t l i c boys mid mys.elf for every ounce t h a t was in u , up tow art w h a t I still hoped might be eventual! f called the 1'la. Laurier ranges. _ TO US COK*f INI BB. Sale of Real Estate BV VIRTLB OP TIT Pi AUTHORITY vested in me hy law, an the person in posscKblon and charge oC tho business find, property of Ciliy.ena Title Trust Company, A d m i n i s t r a t o r d. b. n. c.' t. n, oC tho J'jStalo of Joseph Solsbon, dc- fe.iRed, I w i l l expose to p u b l i c sale on t h e pc,emlsr.s h e r e i n a f t e r described nt TKACT." on tha 12th day of I l^obruary, l!).i(), n t 11 o'clock A. M., all I tho u n d i v i d e d I n t e r e s t of .said administrator In tuid lo all those certain lots ; and parcel? uf l a n d s l t u a t o In tho City nt C o n n c l l t - v u l c ,nul Unrougrh of H o u t l i Conncllsvllle, l^ayette County, Ponnsyl- vania, c o n v e y e d to sfild A d m i n i s t r a t o r by deed of Charles K. Solhson, et ux., el al , dated M.iy 17th, 30'JO, and recorded In thre office of tho Recorder of Deeds of Vnyotlp C o u n t y In Dceif Book 111, which lota and No. at parcels a i o bounded anil deacrlbed as t o l l o w u : First Tract: -- S i t u a t e In tho City of C o n n « l l H V l l l o , said C o u n t y and State, bounded and desi rl'fied as f o l l o w u : llc- j f i n n t n g ' nt n p u l n t on t n o N o r t h side of C i a w f o u l A v c n u ? , f o r m e r l y Main or Spring S t r e e t at Its Intersection with an a i l f y ; t h e n c e by .s.ild alley, K o r t h 10 degrees W e s t , 1(3 feel to Orchuiil foot to a point, corner of 'Chu Baltimore Ohio Railroad Company, Mrs. 1-ltleii Trimble and Joncph Solsson, thonco South 7S deifrecs S3 n . l n u t c n Kant, 143 7" f e e l to the place of beginning-. C o n t a i n i n g 1.004 acres, f o u r t h Tract -- Vour p.^roeli ot land situate in the wild city of Connullivllle, bounded and described ai C o l l o w a : i'Mist Parcel: -- B o u n d e d by A u s t i n A v e n i u ' , A l v l n A v e n u e , A tell f o o t alley b y I r w l n s Nos 1 to ' and Vft No. 21, owned Smith and comprising J,oi i n c l u s i v e , in p l a n of lot i k n o w n as SoKson A d d i t i o n to C o n n e l l H V l l l e , ru- corded in the Recorder's Office of said K.vyette C o u n t y In Plan Book No. 1, Papre IS.'!. Second Parcel:---Bound-d by WoorJ- lawn A v e n u e , n. fifteen f ' o t .'tlley, A n s - ' t i n A v e n u e , Alvln A v e n u e a n d I«ots Nos. 1 20, HO incl 81 of s.-ild pi in o w n e d ifv ' M l n n l o M. R'mger an«l oners, comprising IvOts Nos. 32 to 05 I m l u s i v o , of said plan of l o t H , T h i r d Parcel:--Bounded by A l v l n A v e n u e and a fifteen f o o t alloy and lots Nos. 2.1 and '-7 of J.1U p l a n owned b Kleanor Hall and Cliarli a ,T, Schlvely, respectively, a.nd being- Lot No. HO nf mild plan o£ lots. F o u r t h Parcel.--Bounded by 'Wood- l a w n A v e n u e , a fifteen f ' o i alley, a t-en foot alley and i x n o t h e r (if cen f o o t alley, Alley; u.enre alor.tr . ? ,ild Orchard Alley, «' ld bel "* ! "° w " TM *" » Nr f B « I1I1 1 South 80 degrees West, 7188 feet to J. ° 7 ° r 0!lld pla "' The f o r e g o i n g four p o i n t ; t h o n c e .South. 30 degrees KaHl, parcels of land aTM 8 u r j » t to t h e use OS feet to a p o i n t ; thence North NO b v the p u b l i c of the Bin els und alloys as s h o w n by s.iid plan o lots. F i f t h Tract.--Situate i i the sriid City of Connellsville, bounded and r]usr!bod as follow.!: Being I^ot o 1 in plan of lots laid out by Ifuslor and Kendall, aald plan b e i n g i c c o r d « r l In thc KP- corder'a Office, Kayette County, P a , In Plan Book -- page --, b g i n n i n g at the corner lot of Alico B Hartshorno and Patterson A v e n u e , and e t t e n d l n g along: mild Avenue, a dl-stance of 12 feet to JjOt N-o. 2 In the plan af iresnid; thence back along the line of Lit No. 2, a distance, of 100 f e e t to a fifeen foot alJey; thence along said alley, 42 feet to lot of Alice B. Hartshornn thence along Il'artshone's line 100 f « t to Patterson tl, c Avenue., the place of beginning. Sixth Trace: Situate I n th£, Borongh of South ConnclJrrvllle, r\\A c o u n t y and slate, bounded and d e i c r l b c d as fol- l o w s - Froritln/r 40 fed. on First Street and e x t e n d i n g hack !n a weuierly direction, a. distance ot 120 fuel to a. 20-foot Bald lot being dot ignated as Txjt !iO 5 feet to a p o i n t ; t h e n c o H o u l h 10 degrees East, lfl..rS feot to a p o i n t ; thence North 80 degrees Bast, 3 17 l e e t lo a p o i n t ; thfirice South ]0 dogioes, K.ist, CiS.42 feet to a point In t h e N o r t h e r n l i n e of said C r a w f o r d a v e n u e , Ihoncu by said A v e n u e , N o r t h 80 degrees K.i.,(, -IS feet to i point, I h e place of bcR-innlng-, c o n t a i n i n g 10210 Hqiiaro feet, more or loss. Including all the right, title, I n t e r e s t und claim of the {frailtors, of, In and lo tho alley f i r a t i h r r e l n a b o v o m e n t i o n e d and in some of the dced- in tho f h a l n of t i t l e nt "a p r i v i l e alley" l y l n j c JOasi of t h u p r o p e r t y abovo described, which a l l o ; arijuin.s p r o p e r t y of Jxuck, f o r m e r l y Jamei C u n n i n g - h a m on Kast and tnciiHllnpr also all the title, I n t e r e s t and claim of tho w i t h i n R r a n i o r s of, In and to any land that m a y l l » b e t w e e n tract as above described and the B.vtd alloy. Subject, however, to the rl/rlit, l i b e r t y and prlv- llo.-ra of N a t i o n a l Bank, Its sue- casnora and a-)£.l)rn.i, to use the p r l v a t o | N o - -- ln P lan ot lotl c ' t h c Humbert p n t i n n « til on K lh« TVcit f i d e of tho i f l n Plato Company, which said plan Is Solssori Theatre H u i i d l n f r w h i c h Cn- ] ro-eordod i" the Heeordor's OfTlco of n h n l l n e v e r ba closed nor nhall I Fayette C o u n t y , Pa., In Plan Book No. a n y b u i l d i n g : -ir b u i l d i n g s of a n y k i n d , c h a r a c t e r or d e s c r i p t i o n be erected or c o r u j t r u r t o d n n Bald private' o n t r n n r o g r o u n d w i t h o u t t h e c o n i p u t o f t h o aaiil Y o u e l i N a t i o n i! Bank, i t » .successors ami 'nsBltsnt J i j -it bi-lnR 1 bad and ob» t n t n w l [ n w r l r l n c r , p r ' i e r l y oiocnted a n d a r knowledge,.!, w h l ' h said p r i v a t e e n t r i i n f r f ^ i ' J L i n d con'-'*:(K fjf n. fctrlp of l a n d i t n i T i n c l l u t c I y N u i t h o f t h a l o t con- in d e ^ t l of Solsiton, ot to Y ' o u f r h N a t i o n a l H a n k , d a l o d A u g u s t I, 1910, nnI U M - o r d o U I n tiie I l p c o r c l o r ' b Offli c of F a y e t t i ; C o u n t y , In Deed IJoolt 20(1, Pa«u 400, and w h l r h s t r i p of J a n f l is 1 J l e c t 1 Iiii-h In w i d t h and f - x t e r u l a N o r t h p r c s f r v l n j r ( h o sarno w i d t h , a di'sldiico of O r i f e e t ( n O r c h a r d A l l o y . r o f e u - i u a bc-lnif tnado t o t h e said deed of A u g u - J t t, i n i O , for a . s t a t e m e n t of t h o r i g h t s o f t h e p a r t l e a Second T r a c t - -- S i t u a t o l/i said City o f C o u n c i l ' ^ H i n , b o u n d e d a n d d e s c r i b e d as f o l l o w s . n I Um N o r t h - fi f u r r i e r ot lj(L No. 112 In tho plan tit I n t i of the -mid ' - I t y ; thence M a i n o r ^ j s t r e u t , M deg-reea Weal, 40 f e e l to a 7 ' i foot a l l e y , t h e n c o by said a l l e y S o u t h 10 Kast, l(!5 f e e t ! o C l m i r l i A l l e y , t h e n c e a l o n g Raid f'luirch A l l e y , N o r t h SO degrees Kast. ·10 fvl to s.ilti Ijot Nn. 142; UiPnre fUoiij,- -.-aid lot N o r t h 10 decrees West, MM fret t" said C r a w f o r d A v e n u e , tha placo of I i e K i n n l n j T C o n t a i n i n g 06(K) arjiiara f e e l l i x l t u l l n ^ a l l t h e r l R h t , t i t l e , I n l v i c s t a n d M a l m o f t h e Krantori, of. In and to tald 7!a foot alley, l y i n g I m m o i t i a t e l y West of n n d a d j o i n i n g the tract of l a n d as ;vbovd described. said city 1, pajre 125. Scvenlh Tract: SItnix-tc In the Boroujjn of South Conncllsvllle tald eounty and state, bounded and cucr'bed an foJIowH: F r o n t i n g 40 feet on Fo irth Street and oxtondlntf back of n n i f o - i n width a dint a n c n of 120 feet to an illey and belnpf IjOt No. n'J2 fioeimllnff t'i 11 plan of lots, ulroots urid alleyn, etc surveyed and I laid out for tha Oonnoll ivlllc Krirnslon Cornr any. w h i c h plan La recorded i n ] Plan Book No. 1, pajjren 111 arid 110 Ki(?lith Tract: Situate In the Borough o£ South ConnellBville, laid c o u n t y and Hale, b o u n d e d and described as follows: Uuundijil on tho North I y lot of ground and by W i l l i a m F. B o l m i o n nnd V i n c e n t It. Solsson, k n o w n as Lot No. 11 In tho Joseph Sulsaon t Horn' Plan ot Iots hor i j i n f t o r rftforred to, on thc K a f t by First f H r o o t j on the S nith liy an ex- tr-nHlon of T o u R h l O f r h o n y A v e n u e and ou tho Wost by a 20 foot a l l o y , and comprising I^ols Nos 2 is, 20'.), 270, 271.1 27U and 27.1, and each I'ronilni? 10 f e e t , on tho said First Street arid e x t e n d i n g back of equal w i d t h ii a w e p t o r l y d l - ' roctlon, a dlslanco of 120 feet to said ', n-lley, In llio Bald plan of Josoph BO!B- sin .Sons as recorded in the Kecxird- er'a O/flco In Plan Dook No. 1, pag-o 1(11. N l n i l i 'F'rarli F i f t e e n parrels of l a n d s i t u i t a In tho said Brruugli nf Koutli C o n n o l l a v l i l o , and all b s i i i f r portlorm of a r n r t a i n plan of loir k n o w n as t h e Josepn Solsson Horn' Plan recorded In h.vid Recorder's Off |i o In Plan Book No. I, PUKC ttil, of an u n d i v i d e d o n e - t h i r d I n t e r e s t in which Joseph Soisson died sniped, lo-wit: First I-'arorli Comijrl ling lots Nos. 4, 5, fl, t w p n t y - t w o f e e t of tho n-orthorn part of l^ol No. 7, ami Ixt No. 30, of Third Tr.ict - f l l i u i t c d In ,,-.... ... -- «.,- .~L ..-. **,, ul of ConnollBirllle, b o u n d e d an.fi described ' tho said Joi-ison Holsa m Sons' p l a n aa f o l l o w s ; Hcjrinnlnjj; al a stake on | of jots, each f u l l l o t ' r o n t m t j 40 foci on t h e West side of 'Mr-it R l r e e l a n d i A r c h Street, c o r n e r of Mrs. Kllen ' T r i m b l e a n d J o s e p h tlolsson; t h e n o o South 13 d « K r c o « i DC m i n u l e s West, !! 5 f o o t t o a p o i n t o n Arch S t r e e t , t h e n c f t br A r c h S t r e e t , S o u t h 3 deR-reea KaAt, ROI.S.'i f e e t to a p o i n t , c o r n e r of P a n t a - leo PlKnataro and Joseph Boihson; t h e n c o S o u t h 83 decrees W e s t , l(Xi. 10 f e e t t o p o i n t , r o r n e r o f P a n t a l e o Pl^na- n x l n n d i n f r back of ecj tal w i d l h In a we-strrty d i r e c t i o n , a d i s t a n c e of 120 f e o t to a 20 f o o l alle'j Second Parcel; C o m p r l s l n f f lotB Nos. 14, 15, 10, 17, 18, 10, 2 ) and 21. of said Joseph HolSBon dor's' Plan of l o t s , each f r o n t i n g 40 f e e t on the Hast side of First Street and e x t e n d i n g back of taro nnd B a l t i m o r e O h i o RallroadJ. ?qual w i d l h I n an e a s t e r l y d i r e c t i o n , a distance of 120 fe«l to a 20 foot alley. Third Parcel: Comp.'i'jliis Lots Nis. OS, TO, 100, J01, 30y, 10.', 10-t, 105 of Company and Joseph Sol^son; t h e n c e on a railluH nf HSTH.Orf of The B a l t i m o r e Ohio Kallrond (Company rljrlit nt \ruy, 25B f e e t to a p o i n t ; thcnco alonR said plan of lols, each' fro i t l n s 40 feet on right of way, North Rl dogreea 20 I the West Side of Pitt',burg Streol and ralnutts West, 37 f a c t to a poat; thence j oxtondlng brick of eq lal w i d t h in a North 10 degrees 10 m i n u t e s East, 81.3 westerly direction, a distance of 12o £eet to a 20 foot alley. Fourth Parcel: C o m p r i s i n g lots Noa. 201, 200, 203, 201, 20ft and 200 of said plan of lots, each f r o n t i n g - 10 feet on the eastern side of P l t i s b u r g Street and extending back of equal w i d t h in au easterly direction a distance of 120 feet to a 20 foot tUley. Fifth Parcel. C o m p i l s l n r j Lots Nos 303, 304, 305, 30/fi. 307, 308, 30fl, .'ilO, .111 rind 312 of said plan ol lots, each froi.t- Pa.tronize Those Who Advertise ln? /O feet on the Wont slile of Second Htro/'t and e x t e n d i n g back of eiu«( w i d t h In a west°r]y direction a llBtano4 of 1120 feet to a 20 foot alley. tiljxtli Parcel: Comprising lotu ·100, .HO, -IIS, 411, .!!.·), -HO, 417 and 41 of said plfin of lots, each fronting- foot on the Bant .side of Second Stro and cstemJlnpr bark of equal w i d t h It an ea-ilcilv d i r p t t l o n , a. distance of. 121 f t ' p t to a 20 loot alley H P \ c n t h Parcel. C u m p r l M n s ; lots No^ ISO, ] S I , 1S2, 18,'t, 1S1, ]sri. n5, 1ST, 18^ IS!) !i)0 ?uiI J!1 of s,iil plan of lot! each f r o n t i n g - 40 feel on the F.ast »Id of 1'llts.lniriT Street ami c x l e n d i n K baoll of q n a l w i d t h in an easterly direction a d i s t a n c e of 120 feet to a. 20 foot alley, E i g h t h Parrel. C o m p r i s i n g lot Noj 1!)2 of said plan of lots, b o u n d e d on th4 N ' o i t l i by lot Nr. 101, of said plan; oa tlip J . ' i s t by a 20 foot alley; o.; th s o u t h In J,ot KJ. 10." of said plan, an4 on the West by PiUsburg- Street N i n t h Parcel: Comprising Lota Ntxj ·283, 281, 2Sr., 285, 287, 2S8, 280, 200, 201. 202, nor!, 204, 2*-, 200 anI 207 of said plan of lots, each f t o u t i n g 40 tent on t h e Western -lido of f-econd Street and oxlf'mlins back of equal width In 4 westerly d i r e c t i o n , 120 f e e t to a 20 too4 alley. Tentli Parcel: Comprising- lots Nojft 38S, ISO, 3!)0, 301, 302, 393, 391, SOS, 3tWt ;;S7, :;os ,300, -100, 401, 402, 4os and -MM of .sad! plan of lot 1 ?, each of said lots exce-ptlna No MSS f r o n t i n g 40 foot on I h e Kast side of Second Street, and ea I n c i t i n g back of equal width In an easterly d i r e c t i o n , a distance of 120 f e e t tu a 20 foot alley; said lot No. 3S8 bc'.ns bounded«on the North by a atreoj or a l l r y ; on tho West by Kecond Street; on the Sooth by Lot No. 380 and for » ;,hort d i s t a n c e on the Kast by a 20 fo-4 alley. K J p v c n t h Parcel Comprising: Ixt No, ·40.j f r o n t i n g -10 feet on Second Street and P X t e n d i n g back of equal width la an r i s l e r l y direction a distance of 120 feet to a 20 foot alley, bounded on the North by lyol No, 40-1, on the Kast by a 20 foot alley; on the South by IxJt No. lOfi and on the Wost by said Second Street/ Twelfth Parcel: Comprising tiots Noel «.'!, 81, 86, SO and 87 of said plan of lota bounded on t h p Kast , by PlttoburS Street, on thp West by an alley, Nos. 81, 85 and SO each fronting- 40 foot c-n said PlUBburg- street and Noa. 83 and 87 b e i n g Irregular l~n shape. Thirteenth Parcel: Comprising IjtA No. 2487 of said plan ot lots bounded on thp North by lands now or formerly of H. P. Gray; on the East by a 20 foot a l l e y ; on the South by lands now at formerly of Urxla Schlosscr and on tha West by what Is known as th« Paper Mill Head, said lot, possibly Including !i small triangular tract ahown on said plan ami f r o n t i n g on said 20 foot alley. F o u r t e e n t h Parcpl; Comprising- IvOtn Nos 02, £K5 and 0,"i of »ald plan of lots, beins bounded on thp North by Ixt No. 01, on the Kast by said Pjttsburff Street, and on the South and West by Sycamore Street, the same being shown also on a revised plan of sold Joseph Solo-son Sons' Plan of lots as recorded in Plan Book 1, page J2. f i f t e e n t h Parcel: Comprising lota Nts 2177 and 2-I7S of mild plan of lots, bounded by Sycamore Street, Allegheny A v e n u e and Iot No. 2'(70 of said plan and shown a!fo on the said revised plaa aa recnulfd In Plan Hook 3, flafje 12. T p n l h Tract: AUj that certain piece or j«iic-pl of ground sltuato In the (Wild Borough of South Oonfiel!avl))p, and b(MnK part of tract of ground No. 123 laid out by Uui admlnlstr.itorB of CoU l i m e l P a i n t e r , deceased, and In which Ha-lrl Jospph Rolsson died seized of an u n d i v i d e d I w o - t h l r d s I n t p r c s t , described iia f o l l o w s B e g i n n i n g on the North corner of Joseph Solson Sons' lnnl and Jacob 'May, r u n n i n g thr-ijre K o u t h along Solsson ft Rons' l i n e , li.i foot to a, Bla|o; thonoa South Rl dog-reps J'Jasl, 4* 70 perclarb to Btalco on i l n e of .Jacob May, t l i n n c o North SU fpet t o c o r n e r of I,irob May tract of land No. 1 2 1 , theiico N o r t h w e s t 804 fnet a l o n g l i n o of JaroS M n y to t h e plarp of b e g i n n i n g , containing: 07 peiclic?. The Interest of the estate In t h e First and Second Tracts will be ofterej aoparatsly; its i n t e r e s t In the remaining tracts as a w h o l e separately. Tho undivided n i n e - e l e v e n t h s of the First Tract is 6'ibjeet to the l l p n of a mortgage given by n i n e of i h p heirs of Joisoph Soibson, dated May 1,, 1915, ami recorded In the ortlr-o of tin 1 Kcoorder of Dcpds of P a y p t l r C o u n t y , Pa., In Mortgage Book No. I l l at pa^jc I OP, upon which Is H l i l l due $30,72,"] 00, w i t h I n t e r e s t f r o m A p r i l 0, 1028, and th* u n - dlvldod nlne-eloventh.s of Second Tract to a mortgage g i v e n hy the E.imo p e l - ' sons, dated May 35, 1015, and recorded In Jiloitsage Book No. I l l at page 1 112, upon which Is still due $21,500.00 w i t l i i interest from November 10, 1027. TlilUIS OK .SALE; Ten per cent of the p r icj bid on t h o day of FU-UP and the whole balance in ten davs t h e r e a f t e r , .at which t i m e ,» doed w i l l be delivered to the purchaser, c o n v e y i n g the interest of the admlals- | trator in said p r o p e r t y . PKTER G CAMHRON, Secretary of B u n k i n g of tho Comm o n w e a l t h of Pennsylvania, in charge of the business and property of C i t i z e n s Title Trust Company A d m i n i s t r a t o r 0. b. n. c. t. a. of the Estate of Joseph Solsson, deceased 22Js.n3twed I THE OLD HOME TOWN Stanley EP THEIEES NOTHING TO SA/OR55.V ABOUT--OUTSIDE" OF THE PE/eMANENT SHE PUT OM VOU HEAP \MITH THE NA'ASH COME OUT OX. IF You DON^r SCP HOME ANO AR.e,UE -- AND HAVE COMPUCATJC'NS -T 'M LIKE THEY DID TH " LAST ED FOR HI'S W!F=E - HAD A SL_I3HT v-JITH H\S VJIT=E YESTERDAX, NMHENJ KE c WASHED HIS S=OUfc HoUND OOe^S //sj NEW COPPER WASH e,o\i_ena~ ' tEmc? I- tB W. SM.Nl.tEY CEM-TKJll- P«KI!l -- 1-19-"SO

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