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c 8 /JAiljy. (JUUKIICH, IJUNNiilJLL.SVtJ-jJbJi), "PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, . I THE MATCH MARRER © by D, J, Walsh ) I get C ONNY GInde, glancing up from her tats roses, saw a disoon- _ s.olnte Ilttlfl figure In blue moving In the adjoining yard and beckoned. '·Cottit on over, Uortense, and one of my sunbursts." she called. Uortense Gray came slowly across the grass. She was a sweet-faced glri whose pallor, usually becoming. today gave her a boggard Intensity of expression. "Dnucec. too much last night nt the midmonth party?" Inquired Conny, "I didn't go myself, Junior ta teething." "I didn't go, either." "y,ou didn't?" Couny nearly dropped the ntarveiously tinted rose she was handing to Hortsnse. "I thought you nnd Norman never missed a chance to dant'o. Waa he out of town?" "No." Hortonse pressed the roses to hpr llpfl to hide their trembling. Conny, glancing at her loft hund, started nnd spol;e before she t h o u g h t : ' "Why, Hortcnse! Your ring! Have you lost it?" Horteijso looked up with such u piteous, dim Uft to her blue eyes t h a t Conny Instinctively put an nrm about her. "You nton't -- you can't m e a n , ( h u t -- " Conny could go no further. nortense nodded. "it is ill over. Norman -- " she gave a l i t t l e lob. "I think lie doesn't care nriy mo.'p. A n d -- and I don't want anybody who doesn't care. So 1 gave Ulm back bis ring, We're unengaged you see.' 1 Her laugh broke i n t o teurs. "You poor l i t t l e darling I" wns n i l ' Conny could say. "It's n i l right," llorfenso snld. "But 1 can't t h i n k what ciitngpd him, I haven't done n n y t h l n j i . Well! I shall t h e through tt some «ay." Arid be- ··Huso she w«s nfrnkl of breaking down auo inn relied away w i t h her poor, quivering chin eld high In the air. "So that's Hint!" Conny confided to he* roses. "VVliy, It will spoil Hortense's w h o l e life. vShe has had show- era and her hope chest Is full. Nor- iiiuu Is a fine fellow. 1 can't think what ha« happened, and 1 can see that poor Uortense does not know." Conny was troubled. Her own married life was so beautifully serene ihnt she would have had all her friends happy In a like fashion. Hortense and Norman had seemed particularly well suited to each other, and she had loiilred torward to having them for neighbor-]. Another, young married pair in the neighborhood would be BO pleasant "Uow'n your roses coming on?" Conny, Interrupted lu thought, turned to see a tall dark old woman crossing the grass. "Oh, good morning, Miss 1'lopper!" slid stild, but It was as If a dark shadow had obscured the sun. Conny did not l i k e Miss Plopper. Now, nowever, with patient desire to be neighborly, she broke « ravishing rose from its stem and gave It to her visitor. Miss I'lopper sniffed and shook her head^ *'N,i smell to It," sl.e commented. "That Is because !t is a tea," Conny smiled. "How 1» the world with yoe this inoralng, Miss Plopper?" "Just n.s good us It Is with others, I guess." Miss I'lopper looked across at t h e Orny house. "How's Hortense taking her broken engagement?' 1 she Sheriff's Sales The folloA'lnRr dfHcribod property will 1)0 exposed by Thomas K, Aubrey, Sheriff ir rayelte County, Pa,, on ftun.cn. i»t, toso, lit 1O O'clock A. M. At by tho vlrt Coin I Uoudo In U r t i o n t IP of Lha bnltivv state*! u-H, Issued out of tho Court of Common Pleas of Payotte C o u n t y , P e n n s y l v a n i a . Allan 17. WlUUuna. Attorney No." 74 nocprnbcr Term, 1020. K, f. Pooplcs-PlttBburK Trust C o m p a n y , « [ corporation, successor of I'nnplcM S a v - liiKn'ife Trust Company t PHtsbuiK, VM ' William K. Harton. . j /Vila s Fl. Pa, Sur JinlgrmThit No 2S« | ter than Couny knew that the way to a man's heart la through his stomach, It was a p infect meal nnd both wen praised the dainty cock. Afterward while Jack ilid al bit ot writing Oonny sat wJth Not mar) on the porch tn the moonlight iuvd bj} every wile she knew coaxed the storjs- of the broUrn engagement out oil her guest Normnn was f r a n k ; he was hurt, tils dignity iwas threatened, ilortonse had gono riding with UliuKl Vales in ttmt red r sport car of his, and l.elnncl Yules 'wns Jinntheiuti. He wouldn't stand for ,lt. his girl i aru^lns before the puhlk- eye with Lelnrnl Tntts! No he hadn't Klvpn her a chance to explain, he had just told lu r they belter call things off. And sin 1 had. No, he hadn't been unduly auspicious; of course he hadn't Doccnll)()r Term loao . aeon her \M'th Lelanci, hut ho had Ail tho right, title, interest, p r o p p r t y , beard About It, every detail; !(ow t h e y 1 cUvlm and demand of tho uefci-nlsint in hat] stopped nt the Willow Tree inn ttnT l tc \, for luiich. At that.'Norman snorted. "I wonder," Conny Inquired very softly, "1C i t could IIUVB been your Aunt "Dora v,-bo snw Kelniid and Hortense together?" ' , \ l '\*.es, it wns," exploded Norman. "She hoppercd to be passing the Inn In Mrs. Banl 's car when Hortense aud t h a t man cntne out to get I n t o that speedster." "But," pin red Oonny, "1 wonder \\t she told yon that Helen Warner was with them nod that l.eiaiid has heeu t r y i n g for three years to get Helen to tniu-ry him nud that she has only just now raiu'e up tier mind t h n t -- s h o will, for the sake of reforming him.'* "Not Is thiit BO?" shouted Norman, At t h s t j n s t a n t a sweet sound rose on the (fir. It wan Dor tense's violin. She was playing "Con A more," "You bett r go and ask Oortense, She'll t e l l you the truth," Connie said lirmly. "If Mie never forgives you re- seven (2V); Lot n u m b e -a 2S), t w e n t y - n i n e (20 thirty (80), thirty-One ( 3 J j ind tlilr y-»ix (30) e'tch Crontlrifr t l i t r l y - f l i o fo t on Country Club Jtovlcvard a'lfl ci ondlnpr back a u n i f o r m wldlli for A · Istanoe o( ono h u n d r e d t h i t i y tei 1 1 ta in a l l e y ; I--ot n u m h v r l o t t y - i l v o H f i ) f r o n t i n g forty- t h i c e ft at oli C o u n t r y Jlub Boulevard and p^letKlliiff back iilo g Cramer j\vo- iiiin n u n l C o r m width I i an a l l e y ; Ij')t n u m b e r [ o i l y - s i x (10) rotitini? t h i r t y five Ttsct r n (,'outitf' Ctu llouHwurd and. eMoiuUng li.uk a u n l C o m w i d t h to an a l l e y , ruu! r^sorvj i; i l w l i l u a n d p r l v l ajreu lu ^oal ftnd r o t o f o r e sold a n d t!oltp C'ort i n r i y I y t o l i e A. nati on ot al,, )' member It \* didn't go to lirst place." Norman w Connie flew your fnult her like a because man In you the Coimy Jumped. The uncanny old t h i n g ! Plie Klmply krow everything. "I knew tluit wouldn't go through," went on Mlssi I'lopper. "Norman's my great nephew, you know." "So he l.s," murmured Conny. "lie don't want to .narry yet for live or k\x years, till he's made his way, II'F a mistake for folks to marry so ioung." She moved away, homeward. ·*" Conny sat down on the bench under the 1/orse-chestuut tree. She was surprised. bewildered, suspicious. Snatches of t a l k came to tier, things she had seen w i t h her own eyes. There lu.tl been n perfect t r a i n of broken engagements during the past ,\ear. There were Ivan flowe and M i l la Tucker, ready to be married and yet parted. There were Joe Van Cott mid L i l l i a n Ithodes, t h e r e were -- Conny fcnow t h e m a l l . Her own engagement bad svuveri'd for « t i m e ; Miss t'lopper bad told U»r something about Jack and she had foolishly believed it, Alias I'lopper had gone to Lillian Khod.'S w i t h a story. MIoS I'lopper -- why, It « a s Miss I'lopper all tl.e way t h r o u g h ! Sin; knew e \ e r j hotly, her tongue was l l k o a needle, she bad influence, She was rclulcd t» the Howes and the Uhodes and to Norman \Vlloox : her opinions '-arrled weight because she was e x t r e m e l y won I thy nnd some day Norman mul l \ a n and Lillian would be her heirs, Jo say nothing of many ino-e whom Conny could not name upon the i n s f n n t . "The old m a t c h marror!" Conny breathed. "1 see t h r o u g h her now. I wonder w h a t J can do!" Nothing it seemed, nnd yet Conny thought haul. Shfi could not bear to s,ee little llortense's blue eyes full of t h a t alien; palu. Darling Uortense I Horrid old Miss I'lopper! Hut she must I n q u i r e Into the matter a l i t t l e more first l l u r r y l n j ; to the telephone she Invited Norman to supper, after which she told Jack that his friend was coming. Then frti-e prepared to bait tier l i t t l e trap with a thick, juicy steak flavored with OD!ODB. None bet- I -nt. And ns he departed to Miss Hopper's. She bounced In upon t h e s-pluster with fire In her eyes, "Norman's gone back to Hortenae," she blazed. "Now t nm going to tell you something." The commotion that ensued was ler- rlbly escitln-'. 'Hut Conny. keyed up to do her b e ^ t , bad the. match nmrrer beaten 'forty ways. She had gathered more than ue scrap of Information from Norman. "Just because jour Ill-nature sent the man you loved from you and ewi bittered your whole life you've no business to ^vnrjt to 'make everybody else as miserable HS yourself," was her final .shut ns she departed. Then she ran home to cry on Jack's shoulder, lea- Ing the match marrer to her own reftVetlona. Ail t h a t r v r t a i n tract ct l a n d ·llnato In South Vision T J W n s h l p . K-'X- filt/ C o u H t y , Ponnaytvunl/i, bomuloil and clcscrlhffl as follows: , · ncslnxiliis-at n EiluKe on t h e R n s t side 1'urR Titnl ot tlto South West 1'BnnayUanbi TUll- I H e o p l o M S i v mud neai- Ihc- Oil S t a l t n n , thcnCf Soulb I tTVPnty-one r t e R T c e t t h i r t y - f i v e m l n u t c n West, t h l i t y - I h r e P mid f n r t y - o j i o l i u i i - (JredttiM f«t-t (R, 21 «Ipf?rt'(8 fl.'i m t n u l p n West li.'J 11 frtt1 to st,ik on Wnst f l d P of said mllrtiad; tlicnue alon« Uio li.tr- ton M i l l Hi:iU Soutli H l x l V ilcfriccK t h l r l y - r t u i r iiitnulca Kant, one Imiidwl llfty-st-vcn feet (R 00 d o K r c f n ^ mlnii- tos K 3.~T ft.1 tn ti p o , t , tliencu by BMVIB Houtli aevcntl'-flve dt'ffrees I l f t y - t i v p m l u u t f s 70a.it, p t f f h l v - n f n c niu! fortv- n l n e Imnelrpdtli'J ffijt (t-". T3 ilnffrdot !'· 1C. 8040 f t . ) I" post tifar bank ,of Ht-illlono Crocl; by lltie ptiralli"! to ffild t'i'''0l itnd alonf? salil land of W l l l t a i r l tluji- wood's holra Poutli f\ur t!i»rens thirty-. seven inlnmtei K u w t , i w o hundred f l f t y - tlirfle and flvp-tenllifi foot (H. ilfegrppo :!7 m i n u t e s K, 2."i" n f t . ) lo point ii««-r bend of said iTP«k: tlmnce crossltiMT f.ili'. crt'cU and li. O. H 11. trtifk* by firt.10 Hopwood's land ' K o i t l i c)Kiit-i*I|?lit dffe-i'cpfl eiRliloon mli'uUs KJISI, f o u r h u n d r e d elRlity-flve u n d oni' l o n i h teti (N". «,S Aefsvai'S IS m i i i u t o a M. 48J! t ft.) to poflt; thenca by said land and nlons Kastern banlc of jmld c r ^ o U sK Aegrtt* twonty-sftven m i n u t e r Eust, t h r p p IHIII- f i f t y - f o u r a n d i P V o - l t n U n by deed (iatrd jUit list I t , 18811, and ro curdod In m i d I ' n j o U o -'ounty In l o e d Hook (12, MIKO 4'1. llom^ t h o t mo prt pertlps which Wen- i - n n v ( s \ P d y tho ,- iM William H B u r t o n by M a r t A. KU fcr, .Sheriff, by d,H( d tccim ! )T 2 , HH5, and ro- V m n t y in )}e»d 7, oxccpt ciioli %Vi boon Hli":e 11 Bald W i l l i a m corded In said P f n c t t e Book Vul. ,:4S, I'ufti' ,4 I«irtw of tin t«nc na 1 '(Did n i i i l c.'Onveycd by t It. D a r t n n , Kpl/.fd itnd ta1.(\n In r «cutioti ns n r o p o r t y of t h e d o f o n d nt, Wlllittm n. Barton, a t tho s u i t of r'aoples J ' l t t n - f'o,, a Corp . BiioceaaorB of ntf") and Tn it Co., of IMtts- Vltornoy. 1020, 13. D. or use ot John . McCay, No. 430 Do- ocrialn Kijrlith l''ttelti- f o r t y ( ( l l i i f l i l a n panillt-i Ambrosia Poor Second to Good Golden Corn They could not touch us, those old Arcadians. In the matter of living well, nor. Indeed, could the Olympians. Who would trade n heap of Golden Bantam sweet corn, for example, for a ton of the poets' ambrosia7 Nothing doing. Nor In Loti^fellfiv's poetically described dreamful land, or in any other land, did human beings ever enjoy the quality md variety of Nature's food that Americans enjoy. Nothing so lifts the splrll, stirs the ambition and stlsfles t h e palate as the tender, tli lely roastia' ear; flanked by sweet potatoes, rich red tomatoes, with brown 1 rled chicken or the. side, with goosebi rry marmalade or cur- vant' jelly anil hot biscuits. Lucullus, could he h a \ e lived nnd dined anywhere In the Ohio or Miami valleys, might have, established n r?al reputation. Nothing Ilk.- it--except In thousands of other* blessed American valley hinds. And breakfast: The colors of the sunset anil t i i e sea nre the/ colors of the cantaloupe, find its delectable, teasing odor wooes us even aa the soft breath of a maiden sweetheart; and Its flnvo r is born of the moonlight and the dewy of heaven wodded \ \ l t h the N a n l l g t i t and the sweeping rains. Or maybe you will prefer watermelon. Crecu glory and llnuie-hued congealed sw«2tnefas, that is w h a t wa- termel m is; and H Is not, never was and never wiU be criminal or wrong for lads to sin ak '-em from a burdened patch In the I ' a r k of the moon, or any other old l l t i i ' 1 If they can get away with it. And all t h e e blessings, known only la restricted, emasculated measure to the dim Arcadians, are ouis to have nud to hold--us much of 'em us we can hold, which In a normal Christian adult Is n plenty. And w i t h (liem we have the hollyhocks, hyblsc'iB, the sunfaced daisy, the rippling 01 the rivers and the call- Ing of the blids. What more could mortal wish?- -Cincinnati Enquirer. Od«l Water The water boatman, an aquatic bug, la found In enormous numbers In lakes near Mexico nty. It swims on the top of the wafer arid It Is supposed to be able to see an enemy coming from any direction Because of n hairy filament which covers its body p.nd contains a thin film of air, It can live under water for a long time. The eggs nre lakl under water and are attached to «i'eds. The natives use these eggs with meal In making cakes. Adult bugs are also eaten ,by the natives. tmll Mr. How Could It Be Hot? "Gosh, It WiiS hot out at the park this afternoon," remarked Dumbbell. "Why, John, I always thought they had plenty of fans out there," ex claimed his wife. 8 deKieps 27 j-fulmitrt II. 3"l ~ f t . ) , thence by same South t a i l } - f i x lwH'» t i f t y - s e ^ o n minutes Ta'il, t w o n i n e and live-tenths f e e t (S. 40 3T m i n u t e s K a n t , 200 ~, ft.) to stall thence cros^hiK *»M cromk and tracks! of B, U, R. H mid HouUi "West P'-nn- sylvania Bull road b l a n d s of w i l d tlopwood h e l m a n d il (\ fr'rH-k Colce y o u t h e l i t h t y d'-fiieca t l i t r t A - m l n u t e s We-I. lines h u n d r e d alxtj -fosir and ntX"M*«tl)S tKtt (H .SO dejfrefcB J18 riiliiilliss W. ;itJ4,0 f t ) to slake; Ui«iiei« South, s f t o n i y - t i t n p tlu- sreeH fitly jnlnutrs Wf!t, fOMr h u n d r e d forty-six ana nUty-elftht irtindrcdths feet ($. 78 decree* ~Q m i n u t e * W. 4 t f i 0 8 ft.) to post on line of lAtitt »( U e r r l o k thence by *a!d land N o r t h t w t n - di'Brt'pst f i f t y - t w o intnutf!. W e s t , h u n d r e d forty-wlx and t w o n i y - Ilimi hundr6dlhfS f p e l (N "Ti !fjfiitB 02 t n l n u t e a W. 84G UO f t ) to corner In thencf N o i t h thlrty-M (*vtii r ui t *s\*ven feet (NV fn d*'K^ooa ,'J7 frtlrui- te» \V", 4? tt,~, more or leis, to atako on the Kastern l i n e of Vlrtrlnlu. A v e n u e 11 (vrly (40) foot sti-eci; thom-« Uy suitl Bastorn Un« ot paid avcnuu N o r t l i no l^jjrejf'B t w e n t y - t h r e ^ i n l n t i f o B Ka.it, 'Ive hundreil t v t o n l y - n l » » fct-t (N. 0 de- j !,, ln ,i r ,,| | . f t v i»rae« 2:3 irilnutcs K. .'.20 ft.) to stnltc; 1 " u u r o u " i l 1 Jienoe by .-idnio Kurt'i twelve d^KreeH Tfty-tlireu m h i u t e a Kuit. one h u n d r e d "itflU'feet (N, 33 deBi«OB 3S n i l n » t « f K. tOS ft ), more or less, to line of B u r t o n Will Road; thericc (.fossiiu? said rood liy ino n c a i l y imralJel to ti. W. P. R. H. I racks o,tiout o l f i h t y KO) f"et to line of and formerly owned by GeorKf l. itowell; t h c n f c hy l i n e of said H o w . l t and about one h u n d r e d (100) feet l o tho plftoa of b o f f l n m n f f , coiitalnltis about fourteen ( 1 I J m-rq«, rnoro or \CHH Upon which aro oroettrJ a L-irffc Triune ·wo story d u e l l i n g - houne, k n o w n a-j "lie "B.Drton Houte," a I U I R O j^rccrihoviHo nnd a amallcr one f o r tlia growlnff *iit vare of flowers n n d jilants, a f r j m o Now comer, so J ) e r e m l Pr Tern ucil J. llcss, now M. RoblriF.oi:. vs J o h n J'l. I ' n . H u r J u d ^ m e n oonbct 'I'crm, 10 !0. C. D. All tho r i g h t , t i t l e , I n t rest, and of the D e f e n d a n t In niu to tho follow- ln(j-d^i,ciUi{u! 11 m etna p: AH that li t 06, i round Ictiato In Uie W . u d of the C'lt of U n l o n t o w n , C j u n t y , J ' f i i n H y v n n l n , f r o n t i o K ((·' f u e t in\ the i o u t h Hido of A v e n u » , .ind r ir'nliifr b^iclc on I n n s one I I U I K nld and \ f o r t y 'i t" a IV.CIVB l ] j) foot alloy and boliiK h u o w n aa I.o No, 7 In plan cif !ot« !i\'d out by Will urn Ittirit, recorded In t'tnn UooH Vol I, PHRO 2(1. Excepting and r o s « r v njf the n i n e foot or U c n n i M l s v i i i e vis) i of conl w i t h in and u n d e r l y t - i R said l o t , together with thp mhiliiK r l K h t H and privileges ns h e r e t o f o r e soid nnd c 'Dveycd, HeliiiT the unno propoi ty conveycil to John M, SU-Pay hy dead of Charle.s C, tinyinond et UK., duted 5 10 22nd day of jiiiie, 1'llS, and r"C'trJed In the Uecord- nr'H Otllea of K u y p t t o C m n t y , In Dai;d Book, vol. n::7, p^go "!0 On tl-0 abuve-clpoerllio lot of ground Is urccti'd a lar,;o, twi -story, f r n m u 40 feot, an3 running: hack preserving tho Hsimo wldtti I'M feet to an a l l e y ; h o u n d o d on .the K a b t by mi alley, on tlio \Ve»t by l a n d f o r m e r l y of ]jlobert Norrlu, on tho N o r t h by an alloy, and on the SouUi by Humor (Fayolte) Street and being a part of lot No. :tl In thu R a i d Lloyd .Tohnnlon A d d i t i o n to tho city of C o n n e l l s v l l l e , and upon which ts prooled n i v v o - h t o r y , double, dwelling houae. Bolnn lha enmn proinlsps w h i c h WIH conveyed to Mar.janH ]'\ Francis ly deed of Aliep H, Horsey, (UtPil,October 1't, 1002, nnd rra'oidod In the riccorder's fifTlce of J'ayeU« C o u n t y I n leed Boolt Vol, ·!()'), j ) « K e l i t , f i n d b e i n g tho same p r o p p i l y of w h i c h tho alil Mnr^aret F. i'ltini-'ls died fleiwed on the 22nd dav o£ A p r i l , 1008, testate, h n v l n p ; first mado her Inst TV PI and t P K t a m p n l dated J a n u a r y 21), 1JIOS', nnd roourded In the t t o K l K l f r ' B OfClue oC F u y o f t c 1 County, In Will Jlook Vol. aft, paifp 21 t, w h n r e l n and whftivhy Blui devised sn.|d property to her sons H^t hpr »oln devisooK and IOKRUPB, t o - w l t : Jjawri'iico W. ^ranctB and Thomas IS, FiMiicis Thomas it t^rancla and Wlfo eon- veytxl their u n d i v i d e d o n n - h a U i n t e r c u t In and to the =nld promlse-i to Law- rr-nre W. Pranrltt by dopd dated A p r i l 10, I02fi, and recorded In Peed Book -(63, page 7J02. Seized nnd taken In execution a* tho proporty of the d e f e n d a n t , I^awrsnce W. Frnncla, at the s u i t of Payetto Bulldltif; and iMan AaBoelnllon, a corporation. to-w!t: piece or par- City of Con- d w e l l i n g - h p u s o ot five rooms In" connection w i t h su!d IftrRC g i c c n h o t i « c , t w e l v e i r a m e t-otlngo huiusea of tlirco room's i-ach, two double fr.im5 houses of olK'H i-ooma each, one tile .lutomohitn Kn.ra.Ke arid one frame K-arnxa. Tlicro ia al.so in i onrioetlon w i t h said property a »tcam l i n e from the t,cUli works of I h o 11'. C. J'-'rlek Coke Campany extending to the ffieenhoitse hy, which tlie samr- m e lipaifd under an aK-ieeinent h e t n o o n the laid Frlck Coke Compiny and tho wild 'William R, Barton, et a I., t h e i r h e i r s i nd assigns. Excepting? and ro-servin.'t thereout and t h e r e f r o m such portions of Bald land us wore conveyed by the Bald William R. llarlon, and hla wife by the fo!J»i7ln»j (eeds o£ record In said F.iyolto C o u n t y , viz:--Deed ta I^uclol Ci oco, dated Alurch f, 15)21, and lecordflil In lefd Book Is'o. ·J21, Pafru 32, convoying- t w o ti-urta, ttBgfogntins; TL ;MU acres. Ueed to U n i t o d l!aa Stations Company, dated February ]7, 1022, and recorded in J)eod Book No. 423, Pd.fj-0 40, c o n v e y i n g 212-1000 ot an Also excepting and l e s e r v l n g r tho ilgrhts and j i i l v l l e g e a h-t eiotoro j j r a j i t - cd to Uio U a l l l m o i o A.- Ohio Jtallroad C'ompany, tho StMitljs \V at P e n n s y l v a n i a Itailroad C o i n p J i n y and tho JfllPctt-lc Hallway Company over portions of .*u!d Hnd. Also H. C. Prick Coke,Company the Hiht to maintain and use tho said steam l i n e r u n n i n g ' from Uio Lelth p l a n t of said LI. C. Fiick Coke Company to a p o i n t n e a i sild groeiihoimeH. subject l u tho ut,e ( ,l' stoa.ru by the said William R. Barton, et al., t h e i r heirs nnd an-d^ng, for hcat- lisgf thp j?re3Hhouses In accordance w i t l i t'"ruiH of Bald n^recmt'iii b e t w e e n thp s\ld William li.. B a r l u n , ut al., and tho aild 11. C. li'rlck Coke Compdiiy. Second:--All those certain 1M lota or uric! tuke.n in e pcutlon na ttifl projwrty f John w. Mrt ay, Defendant, at I h B K U H of Junii M. R ·blnaon, K. It t l o t d i m l t l i , f ttorney. N'o. 7"i ]^f'ttib«r Terre. 1021), 13, I j fup!i 4 '-i Bislldlns and Loan Association of O u n n e l l a / l l l o , P, , a Corp., Robert C, Uludsoo (mil O lie L. his w l f f . Kl, F-i Sur J u l K m c n t , No, 300. All t b c ilir'it, tlljo, Int" rttst and olnlm of t l t o i!cf n d a / i t * l-i and to thp follow- InfT clo'i-rllicd res.l ofitati Flril --All that certnl ri-1 y£ lam 1 , H l t n a t o In th .·tnUflvHIe, C o u n t ) ot Fa itte and State of P e n n s y l v a n i a , botiii'liv and descrltjud »«! fiyHrivvf In-w t: Un .he South by J-'"a!rviu,v ,i\-t»nuo, fin th .Bast by a i v v f n t y (20 foot .U!'y: 01 the North by ,i t w o j t i j '2O not jille ·, and on the \Viit hj. a t w e n t y (201 i lot alloy: s,Ud l u t h ( n ) n f 4 r a front,i){e u n fall-view ave- ciK' «C s l x t y - r f j x (00) fee , and runtilnjr back In .1 N'tn-tlierly dlrf -tlon, preserving the hnim wl 1th, a, t stance of one t w o (102) t et to a t w e n t y ( 2 0 ) foot a.llcy. Ujmii \v ilch la erected a t w o s i o r v f r a m a r i w l l ! ig house, con- t a l n i r i B eU h t (Si) roo-in nd bath, with eoitcM'eU! f i o n l , sult.ille nd c o n v e n i e n t lor a K.Lwollnp ard oil at r v i r o station, '·ture-rooni ard office. A 10, two fr,uno I'liiUllrilvfi *m the r e \ r of said lot. And hoin^r t h e samp premise conveyed to Hobort O. Blcd.iot and O Je lj. Blndaoe, hi'i w ifo, !y deed cf MB-fi-ttrct C. Oll- in'irc, et « l , dat^d the Hth day of uetobrT, !!'2T H n J 7 ecorc ad In tho Rec order's Oltlt- of Fuypttf County, J?a., In Deud Hol. V t ! 182, n t Page -ill. S e c o n d - -- A l l t h a t c.'ri t i n iiU'ci" or parcel ot l i n d , akuato In the City of formalin Ille, C o i n t y ol Fay at to and Sxato of I ' s n n s y H a n l a , la itidctl and ile- f.orlbed aa nt a point Mew avenue, soventy-foi r a,nd t h r r e h u n d i f . J U i s CTJ.,83) feel from the intersection of I'all-view A v e n u e w i t h liulaley Alley, w h i c h po nt Is murkeit on concrete u a l l , and bo if; tbo S o u f h - fa.'Jtorn couier of lots o Komuel Zich o u r ; t h e n c e Ninth flfty two (W) da- proes, fifty-two u2) rnln. tea Weft, one h u n d r e d and I w e n t j -pl£h and t w e n t y o n c - h u n d r e d t l i g (128.20) eot to stryet; thence clongr t ueen North t h l r t y - t h r o . j C53) t eg-rcos, t w e n - ty-six (20) i n l n u t i a East, t h i r t y - s i x and " e v e n l y - t w o oni'-hundri dths feet to /i stake, c o r n e r ( M a r i e t t a ; t h c n c - p S o u t h i deffree-4, t l i l r t y - s U (SO) ono h u n d r e d n n d t h l r t Mfirht o n e - h n r . d r e l t h s (I F'alrview A v p n u c t h e n c i f o l l o v \ 8 , to-w t: Ilcprlnhln on th.j North sldo of Falr- Queen street, (30 7-5 ' lot of R, "tr-lwo (2) nlnutes Kast, and llrty- 038} foot to alonjr l-'alr- excepting and r e t e r v i n g to the b M l o " i and o£ Tick f l n k f . r n m n - i t i v * ) , ,, , i , » l , f , , , l K e . r ' i }. 1 ' 1 - ar ". 1 " l v l p w Avenue, Kouth t h l i y - B e \ O n (37) degrecfl, e i g h t (8) m l n u t p ; Wost, t h i r t y six and f o u r o n e - h u n d n x h is (S'OOl) feel to tlio p l u c a of b e g i n n i n g Upon which is erected ,i tsvo story Ci ime dwcllinK- house, c o n t a i n i n g six (0 rooms and h a t h ; rilso a concrete h TC!C g-araKP, with space for t h i c a aut mohilon. A n d being- the 3,-imo jircrnlsf conveyed to Ollio L. Ulid"OP by deed of Orie Zimmerman and Johji ^V. '/A i merman, her husband, cluled tho U l s t rt iy of NOVPIII- ocotd I , t h e Uecoul- O/flcp of F n ^ c i t e O u n t v . Pa. In Jjcfti nook, voi -ui, at i' K p rrs. hoizoil and l a l c p n in exi c u t l o t t as the p r o p o r t v oC thp d - T c n d a n s, Robot t C. Bledsoe anil Ollle I, Blei 100, hla w i f e , n t tbo j-'uit of Peoph'a l)u I d i n t r Loan A s M o c l u l l o n of CoiuiMIsvl !e, Pa. DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS If you are contemplating building a home tome and look at ttiesc lots. They are large--60x140 feet. Natural gas, city watei, fine isratlu school and church. One mile licm business district ot Councllsville; a 5-roinute trolley lido. A. nice location for a s u b u r b a n homo. Inquire of C, B. McCormick, P. 0. Box 144. Council. 'IK., Pa., residence. POPLAR GROVE t'-aotB of land, situate In .said t o w n s h i p , C o u n t y an-ct State, In w h a t Is k n o w n ua t h e M o u n t a i n View Plan oC J.oth, which plan Is of record in said J.«'ayotUj.C!u I ,' In Plan Vol. 2, Patre 0, said lot-j being described by n u m b e r s cs shown on ·Mid plan as f o l l o w s - ),ot n u m b e r f o u r (i) f r o n t i n g - f o r t y fact on said Uo.rlon Allll .Road and e x t e n d i n g back along- C o u n t r y Club Boulevard a u n i f o r m w i d t h tor a distance of one h u n d r e d forty feot to au alley; Lot n u m b e r (Ive O), f r o n t i n g t h l r t y ~ l U e fetst oil said Barton Mill Road and extending- back a u n i f o r m width for a dtetfMiuu of one h j n d r c d forty feot ta an a l l o y . L n i u n u m b e r six ((J), seven ( T ) , i - l g n t (8) a/id n i n e ([)}, i r o i i t i n y inu-h t l i l r t y - l i v t ) Hfteen ono h u n d r c d t l i s f u p t on ; D u t o n ' W i l l Road and r u i m l i - g back to ·in alley w h e r e thes a t o each t h l r t y I I . a ieot wide; Lot n u m b e r ten ( 1 0 ) , f i o n t l n p r t h i r t y - t w o a n d olg-hty-Mvis one- hundiodths feol on said Baiton jVlllt Koacl, and o t e n d l n ( j back to an tlley w h f i i e It la t h i r t y - t w o and seven o n e - h u n d r e d t h ^ feet wide, IjOt n u m b e r t v e l v u (12) f t o n t l n g - elfc-hleun arid Ilvo one-hundredUis feet on V i i g l n l a Ave- uio and extijndlna- back along- j.u alloy ;o a n o t h e r alley w h e r e «aJd lot is f o i t y seven and o n e - h u n d r e d t h s feet w i d e ; its numbers t)iiri.een ( 3 U ) , fourteen (M), f i f t e e n ( l u ) , .sixteen (10) and seventeen U 7 ) , each f r o n t i n g - ' t h l i ty- faet on Virginia A v e n u e anil extending- back a u n i f o r m w i d t h for n d i s t a n c e of one h u n d r e d t h i r t y feet to au alley; Tjot n u m b e r eighteen ( J S ) f r o n t i n g l o r t y - f o u r and live-tenths i'eet on said Virginia Avenur- and extending- back along- Cramer A v e n u e a u n i f o r m width for tt distance of one h u n d i e c l t h i r t y f e e t to an a l l e y ; l,ot n u m b e r n i n e t e e n (ID) i r o n t l n g f o r t y a n d f l v o tenths feet on said V l i g i n i a A v e n u e , and e x t e n d i n g baclc a u n i f o r m w i d t h alnng' Cramer A v e n u p for .L distance of on 3 h u n d r e d t h i r t y f e t t to an a l l e y , T^ct number t w e n t y ( 2 0 ) i r o u t h i K thirty-five feet on Virginia A v e n u e and extending back a u n i f o r m w l l t h for n dltitarioo of one h u n d r e d t h i r t y f e e t to an alley; the f-reater portion of lot n u m b e i t w o n t / - s e v e n (27) f r o n t i n g on C o u n t r y Club Boulevard, consisting of a a t r i p twenty-live u n i t o n e - h a l f £"t w l d o and ono hundred t h i i t y f e o t lonfr, bounded on tlio South by lot number t w c n t j -c.lgrht f 2 S ) and on the N o r t h by ( " l o w s th.) remainder o£ lot numb-or · twenty- | I»'r 1). It. Ilert/.oj,', At oriiey Ko l^."i lipciMiilx r TOrm ID2D, 13. IX L K. Hun-hln^l, VH. Ha old M. Conn, and Louisa Conn h l f ) wlA , Matthp.ws Levcellyn, Attorneys. No. 81 December Term, 1020, K. D. Fl ffa. Hur .fudKraoiit. Ko. 471 December Torijn, lf20. ITayetto IHiildlng and Loan ABSIjolation, a corporation, vs. GPorgo P, Thomas and Sydney JYf, Thomus, his Hclfc. A l l of the r l g l i t , title and Interest in and to all that plot, plei|:e, or parcel of ground k n o w n and described *n lot No. h a v e n (7J In Gi-ey's. A d d i t i o n tn tho city oC Connollsvllle, c o u n t y of i'ayotte and State of Pennsylvania, (is laid out and plotted by J, M p l v l u O r c y and recorded In Plan Uuok Vol. 1, page Ml, and which said lot Is m o v e particularly houndod and described tut f o l l o w s ; F r o n t i n g forty ( t o ) foci on tha North Bido of C7|hson Avanue, and extending back of u n l f o i m w i d t h a djutance of one h u n d r e d t w e n t y - f o u r and tltrco- t e n t h s (124.3) feet to a t w e n t y (20) foot alley, and being b o u n d e d on the West by lot No. 6, and on the Wast by lot No. 8, and upon which IH erected o two-story, double frame d w e l l i n g house, Bolnj; tho name premises conveyed to the said Oeorjjft P. Thomas and Sydney M. Thomas, hla wife, by deed of Sparks L. firooks, unmarried, dted A u g u s t 0, J023, and recorded In Deed Book 408, page 110. Seized and taken in execution as the property of the defendants, George 1'. Thomas and £*jdney AI. Thomas, hla wH^, at tho suit of Fayette Building and Loan Association, a corporation. Kllaa GoodstPln, Attorney, No. 127 De-cemuoi Term. 1029, B. D. Edward G(U and tJprtha Gelb vg. M. J. Franks, George AUhaly, A n n a M!!ia!y (alias Annie Milmly). Alias 1^1, Fa. Sur Judgment No. 238 Juno Term, 1020. All tho right, title, Interest, property, claim and demand o£ the d e f e n d a n t s in arid to Uiu following 1 described real estate: All those two certaaln. lots ot land, H l t u a t e in the City of Connellsville, FayHle County, Pennsylvania, bounded and desci tbcd as follows, to-wlt: On the N o r t h by North Avenue, on tho West by Third street, on the South by Oak alley, and on the ISitst by lot No, 182, nnd being known aa Lots Noa. ISO and 181 in Plan of Lots aa laid out by the Connellsville Mutual Buijdlng Loan Association. Excepting and reserving all eoai heretofore mined from In or under said premises. BUns the name premises which were conveyed to George Mihaly and Annie Mlhaly, hH w i f e , by Elizabeth Kromer, ft a l , by deed dated November 15, 1010, and recorded in thi Recorder's OCico of Fayetto C o u n t y , Pennsylvania, In 7cod Hook Vol 370, Page 4-47. Upon w h i c h are p n e e l r d a two story f r n i n o and composition d w e l l i n g house c o n t a i n i n g sJ\ rooms, and a sraal! f r a m e o u t b u i l d i n g Sitlzed and t a k e n in execution as tho property ot the d e f e n d a n t s , M. J Pranks, Cleorge SSihaly, A n n a Mlhalj ( a l i a s A n n i e M l h . i l y ) , at the n u l l of Edward Gelb and Bertha Gelb. Kl Fft. Stir ,IliC J £munt N' i. 07,1 December Term, J02H. A l l t!ie r i g h t , tU]p, l u t e out, property claim and d e m a n d ol the lefendaiHs lit and to ^\] t h a t ( P t t a l n lot or r ircel of land, s i t u a t e In thp B o w m a n ai J FraKc« Ad- dijlon to P o i n t M a r l o n , l T o Volte County, P o n n s y l v u n a. bouniicd am described as follows: Bplug the S n u t h o r n port On of Jot No. 1!) of said A d d i t i o n , f r o n t 1 ig 30 feet on Morgantown street on the East and ex- lendlug Westcrnl.N at a u i l f o r m w i d t h 110 f e e t to l 1," foot alley on llin West, upon w h i c h t h o r c is crectr 1 a story and a l , u l C b u n . f a l o w t y p o f r m e d w e l l i n g hoiihe, c o n t a i n i n g n-\ e t u i m a and bath W i t h l e a r pun h Inclosed. Ilpliig thp same premise conveyed to Harold M Conn by Car IP B, Mayor and IniHb.iTid, by dood atnd May 1, Ifi2:!, u.tul iecirded in tl e Recorder's Ortleu of Pave tie t'onnty, ' e n p s y l v a n l a , in Deed Book -- - -- , 1'ag -- . Sei/,«d and take.i tn exr u t l o n as tho property of 'the 1 d r f e n d a n i, Jl'arold M. Conn and Louisa Conn, hi wife, ut the suit of L N l i u i c l i i n a l . lllgboe, M a t t h e w ? .ewellyn, A t t ' r n e y No. S", December Term 3020, 33. D. Fl Fa. Hur J u d g m e n t . ' No 17J December Term, 1020. Fayette B u i l d i n g and Lo.ui As-ioc t l l o n , li coi- p o i a t l o n , vs J.,twrence W Francis. All o£ I h p t i g h t , t i t l e a r d I n t e r e s t In a n d t o a l l those t w o e tain pieces, narce!^ or u - a ' t s of land s i t u a t e and t v l n ^ In the oily of Connell vlllo, county of F a y e l l e mil State of I ennsylvania, more p a r t l i u h i r l v b o u n d ' d a n d described us f o l i o n s, l o - w l t First: B e ; j l n n l n f 7 a t t h N o r t h end corner of Homer ( F u y e l t r i and O/jden .StIe«'t^ f i n d r u n n i n g alorip said Homer ' F a y e t l P ) .S'leot, Kast 5H 1 feet lo tho o t l i p r p a i t of said lot Ni 31 In said n d d l t ' o n ; t h e n c e 1"0 f u e t o an alley; thence n l o n r said a l l e y \V st, D8% feet to OgdPn R t r r p l , thenco along said C)^-(lon fit roe t 120 f e e t to he place of b e g i n n i n g , and b P i n g Jot J o, 82 and IS f e e t of lot No. ill In the LI yfl .lohnston A d d i t i o n to the clt.v of Co inellsvillo. Second: That c e i t a l n lo' or plec.o of ground, bounded and desc Ihed as fol- on Homer (Fa ette) Street C. L. DAVIDSON, A t t O r n o r .Vo. 120 December Term 1021), E. D. A n d t u i v White VK Crochet C. Thomas. Fi. Fa, sur j u d g m e n t No. J73 March Term 1028. All the right ,t!tle, Interest, property claim and demand of the defendant In and to All those certain lots or pieces of ground situate In tho T o w n s h i p of Luf;erne, C o u n t y of Fayette and State of Pennsylvania, being lots NOB 133 and 1.*!4 In tho plan of lots called TOWER HILL ADDITION, p l a t t e d by Harvey R. Worth Inutori, and reeorriod in the Recorder's Office of Fayetle County, Pennsylvania in Plan Book Vol. 4, page 22(5; said lots being more particularly h o u n d e d and described aa follows:, to- wit. B e g i n n i n g at a point \n the southerly wide of Merrlttstown Avenue at a point w h e r e Water Street Iriter- r'ts the same and w h e r e the d i v i d i n g lino between lot No. 1112 and said Lot No. 133 Intersect the aamo; thence In southeasterly direction along said div i d i n g Hue, 411.8 f e e t to a point; t h o n c o In a n o r t h w e s t e r l y direction along thn d i v i d i n g l i n o between said lots Nos. 13.5 and Kit and Lots Nos. 117 arid 110, 11,') and 111 in said plan, 133.04 feet, more or less,, to a p o i n t ; thence in a northwesterly direction'^ along the d i v i d i n g line b e t w e e n said lot No, 134 and Lol No. m In said plan, 324.13 feet to a p o i n t on the s o u t h e r l y side of Waler Street; and thence in a northeasterly d i r e c t i o n along said Water Street, 100 foot to the place of begin nlng. Excepting and Reserving, however, all of the c-onl, together with the mining and other rights, appurtenances thereto, as the same are exccpted and reserved in deeds from Tower Hill C o n n e l l s v l l l o Coka Company to Harvey n, Worlngton, dated fyay 24, 1023, Juno S, 3023, anil September 20, 11)2,'!, and recorded !ri the Recorder's Office of Fayotte C o u n t y , Pennsylvania In Deed Tlook V-oln. 443 and 442, pago SO, 229 and 800 respectively. Being- a part of tho same property which Tower Hill Connellsville Coke Company by its deeds dated May 24, 1023, J u n e ti, 1023, and September 20, *I023, and recorded in the Recorder's Office of Fayetto County, Pennsylvania In Dred Book Vols, 413 and 412, pages SO, 220 and 390, respectively, granted and conveyed to Harvey R. W o r t h l n g ton, one of the grantois h e r e i n . Thin conveyance being made suojtict to a right oC way for w a t e r l i n e t h r o u g h Lot No. 131, as s h o w n on the recorded plan. Seized and taken In execution as the property of tho d e f e n d a n t C r o c h e t C. Thomas', at the suit of A n d r e w W h i t e . Ing minerals and coal -with unrestricted right to mine, extract and cany away the no-me ki every p a r t thereof and every w i t h o u t being liable in damage for a Injury that m n y l e clone paid land tho mining afore* A i d ; and all the exceptions and rcso. vatlons as set fotlth in the dned from t h a JToungstown Golce Company, W m i l o d t o W i l l i a m 1 U n n k l n dated May 1, IR^-, and recorded In Doe'l Book Vf'l. ] 1 S, page 437. lipjng tlif namo irPmlnpH cnrivycrt to the said K H w i h e t h J. Til-sue by Deed of J o n a t h a n O. Tin-in, hy Deud d a t n d J u l y O t h , 1020, arid recorded In the rtccord- cr'S Offlcp of F a y r t l c C o u n t y , P e n n h y l v a n l a , In Deed Hofk Vol. '.W.i, paga 440. Upon w h i c h is circted a one, t w o s t o r y frame ttwcl I n u , and one f r a m e O I l t - h O U B O , Polxod and taken in ' p x u r u t l o n ns the property of th'- d c ' o n d a n t at the a u l t of Howard Van Hrt-n en, p l a i n t i f f , S, 'R. Ooldsrilth. Attorney. No, 118 December Term, 1020, K, D. f f E. llurdette. VB. A n g l e Lape, Fl. Fa. Sur J u d f m o n t , No. 55S March Term, 1020, All tho rtghl, t l t . e , IntcrOBl and claim of thp defcndsint In and to the following described real estate, to-wlt: All thoBO t h r o e certain tracts of land,. situate In Lower Tyrone Township, Fayetta County, Pa., particularly b o u n d e d and doscr tied In a certain deed of Daniel Little i nd Sarah JS, Little, his wife, to A n g e t o Lapo, said deed being dated July 22, 1018. and rocordod A u g u i t 14, lOia, in the Recorder's Of- llce of Fayette C o u n t y , Pa.. In Deed Book, Vol. 860, at page 351, First tract therein described eontajn» 0.74 acres. Second tract therein described contains 3 Acrea, 10 Perchef, more or lesa. Third tract therein described contains 1 Acre, 23 Perches, more or less. There is erected upon said lands a certain two story frame d w e l l i n g house, containing f o u r rooms, one large f r a m e barn, and other small out-buildlnga. And being the same premises thai were sold and conveyed to the d e f e n - dant, Angnlo Lape by Daniel Little and wife, by deed dated July 22, 1018, and recorded In thp ltecordfr'» Office of Fayette C o u n t y , Pa.,, In Deed Book, Vol 800, at page 3~1. Seized and taken In execution as tha properly at the defendant, Angelo Ixipe at tho suit of F. E. Burdette, F, C. Newcomer, A t t o r n e y , No. H2 December Term, 1020, B, D. 1 I'd ward Van Bremen vs, 131140.belli J, Tissue. Fi Ifa Sur l u d g m e n t No. 400 December 'Idim, IOL'0. All the rlsht, t i t l e , Interest, claim and d e m a n d of Ihe d e f e n d a n t In and to the f o l l o w i n g described ten! estate: All that certain piece or tract of land h i t u a t e In N o r t h U n i o n Township, Faye t t e County, P e n n s y l v i n l a , b o u n d e d a n d desn [bed as f o l l o w s , l o - w i t : B e g i n n i n g at a post in the Conrells- v l l l c road and i u n n t n g t h e n c e along land ot A. M. J o h n s o n , North fifty-eight (SS (lrj.fi ees West, one h u n d r e d t w e n t y one ( 1 2 1 ) feot to a post; tlmnce s t i l l along land of s,ald Johnson, North ( I C t y and t h r e e - f o u r t h s (."iO'K) degrees East, one h u n d r e d s e v e n t y - s i x a n d o n e - h a l t ' (171!'A) fet t to n p o p t ; thence along land of A. O. Gadd, H o u t h f o t t y - e l g h t and o n i - f o u r t h (1M,1) degree 1 ) Itfast, one h u n d r e d s e v e n t e e n a n d f o r t y - e i g h t h u n d r e d t h H (117.4S) leot to (he c e n t e r of t,uld ( ' o n i i e l l s v i H f io.id; t h e n c e along «iild ronl, S o u t h l i f t - o n e a n d t h t e e - elghla (!!·-!») degrees Wfst, one h u n d r e d f i f t y - s i x n n d o n e - h a l f (1.1CM.) ff'Cl to the pl.ice t C h c - j i l n n l n p , c o n t a i n i n g seventy (70) perches, strict measure, Kxceji"ng and Reserving thereout and t h e r e f r o m all tbo underly- ,1. 1C. Spurgcon, Attorney. No. 117 December Term, 11)20, E. D. Sadie C. Miller, t nd Esther M. Graft, now for the use of Esther M. Graft, vs. Margaret U. A l t m n n , w i t h notice to Fraternal Home Association, a Corporation, terre tenant. Fl. Fa. Sur Judirment No, 534, December Term, 1020 All the right, tit o, Interest, property claim and demand of the defendants In and to all that ce tain lot or piece of land k n o w n as tha Moran or A l l m a n Hotel Property situale In the Fourth Ward of the City of Unlontown, Fayetta County, Pftnns; Ivanla, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a rotnt on the Eatcrn side o£ Thorndell alley and at the intersection of said a'ley and Main street; thence along and at the intersection of said alley and Mf in street; thence along said Main street South 60 degrees 22 m i n u t e s Bast 74 feet to corner ot lot of Minnie S. Thorndell also tho Northeast corner of said A U m a n House building; thence by suld Thorndell lot and tho Kast side of the said Altman House b u i l d i n g , S uth 20 degrees 38 minutes West 32 t e s t to a point; thence by said Thorndell )ot South 16 degrees 10 m i n u t e s West 120.8 feet to South street; thence along said South street North 00 degrees 2! minutes West 51,8 feet to tha Eastern side of said Thorn- den alley; thence along »sald alley North 11 degrees 8 minutes West 167.0 feet to the placo of beginning, containing ton thousand five hundred n l n e t y i two (10,502) square feet, as per survey mad« by Col. Bverhart Bleror on October 30, 1006. For prior title e-e deed from James Moran to Thomas I r w l n Altman, dated December 1, 1306, recorded In Deed Hook Vol 267, Pago 23; and wll' of Thomas I r w l n Altrnan d a t e d Juno 29, 1005, registered in Will Cook Vol. 18, Page 328. Upon said lot of ground thcra is erected a throe story and basement brick building, with store rooms In the basement and on the first .floor, office rooms on the second floor and lodge rooms and apartments on the third floor. Seized and taken In execution as the property of the d e f e n d a n t s , Margaret H. AUman, with notice to Fraternal Home Association, a corporation, terre tenant, at tho suit of Sadls C. Miller, and Esther M. Graft now for tho use of Esther M. Qraft. H, A. Cottoin, Attorney. "» No. 64 Decomiber Term, 1029, E. D. National Deposit Bank of Brownsville, Pa., vs. Guy Flora. December Term, 1020, Sur Judgment No. 810, March Term, 3025. All the right, title, Interest and claim of the d e f e n d a n t , Guy Flora, In and to the following described real estate; All that certain lot or parcel of ground known and dP.slg-nated as Lot No. 600 In the Plan of Lota called Van Kirk Addition to Vj« n Kirk Addition to Republic, In Redstone Township, Fayette County, Pennej Ivanla, the plan of which la recorded In the Recorder's Office of Fayette County, In Plan Book No. 4, Pages 70 and 77, and more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Easterly side of the Brownsville and Masontown Public R-oad at tht line of a twenty foot alley; thence North 4 degrees 12 minutes 30 seconds Eaat, 55.43 feet to l i n e of Lot No. 001. thence along said Lot No. 001, North CO degrees 13 m i n u - tes West, 153.22 feet to a t w e n t y foot alley; thence along said alley South 20 degrees,47 minutes West, 50 feet to an-other twenty foot Uley and thonce along the last named alley, South 00 degrees 13 m i n u t e s East, 177,15 feet lo the Easterly side o' said publ!" road, the place of beglnn ng. Said property being in what Is k n o w n as the town of Republic. Excepting t h e r e o u i and therefrom the coal and m i n i n g rlg'its heretofore sold and conveyed, and as excepted and reserved In tho deed to the a/bove n a m e d defendant. Upon which there is erected a double two story brick b u i l d i n g used for d w e l l i n g purposes, containing about twelve rooms, and a small f r a m e b u i l d - ing used as a dwelling, c o n t a i n i n g three rooms. Being the same Int of ground and promises conveyed 10 the said Guy Flora by deed ot Johnson Van Kirk, et ux., dated J u n e 21st, 1021, and jecoriled June 2, 1021 in Deed Hook Vol. 417, Page 43. Seized and taken in execution as the property of the defi ndant, Guy Floia, at the suit of National Deposit Bank of Brownsville, Peniia. Sturgifl and Sturg-is, 'Attorneys. No. 122 December Term, 1020, E D. U n i o n Trust Comp my of U n l o n t o u n , Pa., vs. Bridget E, Callaghan and Michael Callagban, h tr h u s b a n d . Fi. Faj K u r J u d g m e n t No. 50y December Term, 1020, All the right, title, I n t e r e s t and claim of the d e f e n d a n t s I t and to all that certain lot ot f.roui d situate in tht) T h i i d Ward of t h e City of U n i o n t o w t i | Fayette C o u n t y , Pennsylvania, bounded and described as f o l U u s ' B e g i n n i n g at a pos on the South side ( Cleveland A v e n i n Extension and corner of lx'. No lu; and r u n n i n g in a S o u t h e r l y d l r e i u o n , long the l i n e rt Mild Lot No. Itl.'i, "tic h u n d r e d f i f t y (130) t a c t to a post, i orncr of a t w e n t y 'oot alley; t h e n c e a l o n g eakl t w e n t y fool a l l e y I n an E a s t e r l y direction ilfty-seven a n d n l n . teen h u n d r e d l h s (r7.1!l) feet to a u o : t , t h e n c e In a N o r t h w e s t e r l y d i r e c t i o n o n e h u n d r e d i n d f i f t y - t w o and j- \ t e u n Inindri'dths (152 1(5; fe'-t to .1 POHI on the South side of Cleveland Avenue Extension in a Westerly d i r e c t i o n t h i i t y - t w o a n d n i n e h u n d t e d t h s (32(10) f - e t to a poht the placo ot b e g i n n i n g . H being Lot No. J O S In the plan of lots laid out by Morgan II Row m a n and J o h n T. T i a d c p in t h e i r a d d i t i o n to f-,o City of U n i o n town, Pa. Said plan of lots being- recorded in the Recorder's Office of. Fay- etto C o u n t y , Pcnnss Ivanla, in i'lan Book Vol. J, Page 00 Excepting and reietvlng, and t h e r e f r o m all the n i n e foot vel i of C o n n e l l ^ v ' J l f t Coking Coal and the nln- crals u n d e r l y i n g the aame, logo her w i t h m i n i n g r i g h t s as lieietofore sold and conveyed -Helng tue i-amft land conveyed to Bridget W, (JallaaJmn, one of Ihe al ove named defendants, by deed of Charlps H. Jeffrey A and E s t h e r M., his vife, dated December 8, 1028, and recorde 1 In. ( h , Recorder's, Office of tfXvelte Couily, in Deed Hook Vol. --- , Page -- . Upon which Is creeled a Iwo s'ory frame house contuiiiliifi six rooms and a f i a m e garage. HPi/.cd and t J i k c n in execution a-s the p r o p e r t y of Bridget B. Callaghan and Mlcihar-! CtilhiKhan nt t h e suit of' Union. Trust Company of U n l o n t o w n , Pa. CONDITIONS OF Ten per cent of the purchase pi Ice, or a sufficient a m o f i n t to pay all costa If the ton per cent i» not enough for t h a t p u i p o s e , m u s t bo paid to the Sheriff at the t i m e the property Is struck off, and thu balance of the fur- ebase money before t w e l v e o'clock noon of the f o u r t h day thereafter. Otherwise the p r o p e r t y may be re-sold with. out f u r t h e r notice at the risk and expense of the person whom It la struck: off ut t h i s eale, w h o In case of a deficiency In the price bid at any resale, will bo required to make good the same. Should the bidder fall to comply with conditions of sale, the m o n e y deposited hy him at the time the property is struck off shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and Judgments Al! payments must bo made In ewh or by certified check. R e t u r n of sales will be made In open Court on the third Tuesday following the date of aale. at 10 o'clock A. M. THOS, It. AUBREY. Sheriff. feb-T-14 -21. Indian Ruler Famous for Astronomical Study* There lived In India, In the Seventeenth century, a ruler known aa Maharajah Jal Singh II, and being keenly Interested in astronomy ha evolved a series of structures which, though not now used for practical purposes, constitute the most unique astronomical instruments In existence* H« appears to have collected all kinds ot astronomical books, and sent some workers to foreign countries to gather Information. Having determined tha kind of Instruments required on which to make the necessary recording of tha movement* of the heavenly bodies, ha selected five places In India e, tha centers In which tho observations should be taken. The first he bt lit at Delhi, and then others tn Jalp-tr, TJJain, Benares, and Mathura. Tho observatories In Delhi and Jaipur have been carefully restored. In addition to a number of metal Instruments Jje erected large masonry instruments, some of them as high as 00 feet. Very careful records were made of the observations of his staff of workers, and modern astronomers have expressed surprise at the valuable information thus collected. Tlie ruler responsible for thos^e InterestI ig instruments died In 1743 and his wives, concubines and 'science with him on his funeril pyre. of Niagara aa Pictured by Hennepin Father Ixmls Hennepin saw Niagara when he went West to the upper 51 s- utsslppl with La Salle's expedition In 1679. He had a poor eya for distances, for In successive narratives he measures Niagara's height as 500 and COO feet, Instead of Its rmtxlmum ot 162, but he had a flair for vivid WQJ d pictures: "BetwJzt the Lake Ontario nnd Erin there Is a vnst and prodigious cadoni-u of water which falls down after a surprising nnd astonishing manner, li- formuc-h that the universe does uot « f ford its parallel. "Tis true Italy and .' .vltzerlanu boast of some such thlnrs, but we may well sny they nre b.it, sorry patterns when compared to t h i n of which we now speak. . . . It (the River Niiigara) ts so rapid abo\e the descent that ft violently hurries down the, wUd beasts while endeavor- Ing to pass ft to feed on the other side, they not being able to withstand t h e force of Its current, which Inevltnb'v casts them down headlong above G0 foot. . . ."--New York Times. From Bdd to Worse A rich old Chinese mandarin h n d two wives. Said the first to him 01 e day: "I wish you had not so many gray hairs. People Jeer at me and call me an old man's darling." "la thnt cnsc, my dear," he said, "I will pull them nil out." And he did so. Shortly nfterwitrds his socond wile eame to him complaining that now li« had only black hairs on his head, elia looked, by contrast, a horribly old womnn, "Don't worry, my dear. I will pull them out," he said soothingly. B\it when he had pulled out all the gray and all the black hairs the mandarin was completely ba!d. Anl nclH-f-r of his wives would have any more to do with him. ChrUtmat Firework* Both the Chinese and Hindus employed fireworks in their religious fef- tlvals long before Europeans knew ot gunpowder. Other people copied their. Ancient races used firecrackers, romau candies, and fireworks in connection with the winter solstice celebration. Surh pagan ideas have since been Incorporated Into modern religious and other observances. In Italy ant] othe" countries this pagnn feature continue 1 ! In some Christian rpll£lou- festivals t this clay. Christmas eve in some o,. 1 thp Southern slates resembles tho Fourth of July. Thnre are elaborate fireworks displays, nnd the children got firecrackers in their Christmaf. stockings. Quake Every Half Minuto / Every half minute an earthquake occurs somewhere on earth. Grea; ones powerful enough to destroy town-) happen about four times a year. Two especially sensitive zones exist: 1-along the almobt coJilinuoim stretch of the Alps, Caucasus and Himalaya mountains; 2--along the whole mountainous circle of the Pacific. Often shaken I t a l y Is In the first ssone, California and Japan In the second. Bast ern North America along the Ap palachlan chain ROCS through a n o - ticptibis, but usually harmless jiuak- nt leiist once n your, nnd a damaglnf one nt about flve-yenr Intervals.-Timp, the Newsmagazine. When 1'on Want Something Ufi-e tho Ciaaaia^d Adiverllaementa.

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