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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAC.TF: si AT THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEULS ^ILLE, FA, FRIDAY, FBBRUABT 14, Cottons Decreed for Summer Wear Popularity of Fabric Is to Follow Gay Southern Resort Season. The couturiers have decreed that this year the sin irtest women will forswear silks anil satins In favor of Me cotton frock, observes a fashion v r l ' f r in tlie New York Workl. ,itlons, of course, were t e n t a t i v e l y offered last year to u public which d i d not scpni averse to the Idea of pppcnrlng in handkerchief linen, or- rnndle 'find other such fabrics. But Mils season, wtion femininity has swept the conrttri, snich demure fab- i ics ns organdie nnd Imitate are staled /'or n pljenoiiiertfil success. W i t h the slllnuette approaching ··loser nnd closer to the muslcul com- -dy kleul of the tittles in the South, :mij the advent of starched paninlet'es iipcornlng more I m m i n e n t every month, · h e designers are (seizing on the cot- nns as the irtejil vehicle ft* their iVmlnlne InspirntJ.ins. The fact that window displays are iioppfully labeled I'alui Bench need not frighten you if you nre one of those K f i o never gets I n r South. Many of the very snme models will he whisked hack Into the windows nt the first sign of smmtne-r end fl'ered to those "who do their v n c i t l o n n i R in the North. Dotted svilss is one fabric which Beenis to ierd Itself with retmirUnble success to the i resent mood of the designers. Notliir;; has been more de- inurc t h a n a l l t t ' e frock of turquoise blue with white dots. The very long skirt Is formed by three precise flounces, placed s-o that several Inches of the shirring i.ppcur at the top of each. At either f.!c!e of the square neck (he frock widens out to form IHtle \-ap sleeves. Ver.- narrow blnck velvet ribbon forms f K l i i R h placed belt nnd n liny jabot bow, 1'atting, of all things, i^s used to edge the flounces and the sleeves. Another frock of the same engaglns ·Jienre has w h i t e dots on a pink ground. The even, low tdrt is composed of !he same spacer, flounces edged with net footing. A I road snsh of the dotted swlss tU'a ibout the waist nnd ends in a huge butterfly bow nt the baok. Another gowr of the type which tries out for Iced lemonade and a I shady lawn appears In^ lavender bn- Uste embroidered In no all-over open- ·arork pattern. Tliere is a very low rirctilar flare. The bodice hns two nichlngs which cross bertha-wise In the front and develop nt the back Into the ends of a long snsh. A half-Inch of finely jilaitcO linen is used to edge the niching. Cotton fo," Evening Wear. Kor evening occasions of a complete Informality cotton net printed In hazy pntjfel patterns is employed. The same ·pt»te charm i in evidence in these dresses. OIK; w i l h a vague morning elory pattern s -uttered over Its white surface hns a skirt formed by three very full shirred flounces which cnrry It to n regiilm ami decisive hemline to the tl or. A narrow belt of (lie r n u t e r l n l , placed some four Inches hhrl.oj t l i ? top flounce, is closed typical Meatmen! to ttils month of grace. This shirtwaist (Irean was designed by the .formldab'e Basque shlrt- muUer, d'Ahetze, and was practically a uniform during the season at Biarritz. For boating and other pursuits, where a skirt is only n vestigial nuisance, some of the forward looking shops «re offering: whltt duck trousers, cut like a man's. One eminently xnlt- ahle blouse to accompany these Is the Antlbes shirt. In its pn sent sleeveless Torsion, with broad basque stripes crossing it /-orlzontall . A niiidty surprising development la the recent chic which i lechnnies' overalls have achieved. These, in blue j denim, with srrmll cap sleeves, will be offered by the shops for gardening, the o v e r h a u l i n g of outboard motors aid other messy activities! Another entertaining costume is the exercise suit, nn nbsti'd two-piece af- f a i r of Japanese cott n crepe. This, in orange. Is n pleasant adjunct to the wardrobe of the very young woman. Sheriff's Sales Pink )otted Swiss Is Used for ThlB Youthful Frock. by SMI n n n c h r nii.stio tu-l;le of bnsruetto rr.\--.t:iK T i g h t l y - Rlilrrfri c:ip sleeves sippr-iir, and lie I; b.'ick is of so mod- *niic n cut t i!it I t would insa tli? esaciini: jiiint.:il of ti mlafiorwry tea. Kir ri'fillj s t r e n u o u s sportswear, flildi flimsy f.i'irk-s Jts those nrf» not uwd. The ic'inl* dn:.s-», which passes th'-ouuli a r i-nplete revolution every ynr, i* now n s t u r d y ,-iffiilr of cotton broarti'lolt) r #ii(liiiutte in place of tho {.ill; t-i'-pTO of last soasoti. The sunlwi'U has p r i i f t l c n l l y vanished from tills lype of tiroes. If !t h«is slopvos of near-olliow length it is plwisnntly post-d Mod :is heiunt, ni; to next stun- pior's mode. (live smart nnd sprvlcoablo tennis cTrcss nppeiiis !n lc;Kl white cotfon SK- difictie. Tl o sinull pointed collar Is trimmed w i ' h sc\oni| rows of stltoh- faip, the wa st opens up (lie front by means of fa ·;.'«.» ficiirt luitfcns, and Iho brniid tii-lt, M i t d i n l tn inniiy rows, fit?! luuij'.ly nt I t n i i t u n i i \» nistline, 'Tito «l;irt is bo-s pli)|t««i but tiint ig not a An Evening Frock !s of Pastel Printed fcottort N«t. The bodice has tbii Inevitable cap sleeves and the bottom Is nothing but an abbreviated \«rslon of a mnn'B running shorta Short Skfrt Worn In Paris. The short skirt ti cot being ostracized by Paris--far from it, writes ia. Paris fashion corr sspondent It ia probably ic.trenchei forever aa the one type of skirt :or street and all other utility wear. The srnclous new long skirt Is ad rail tedly for funnnl occasions only--for evening, or n n j more or l^ss forrni I event after five o'clock. It is true, of course, that even ir, the most practic il garments the skirt now covers the knee, while t'or the little silk frock it should cotne to at least four Itiflx i below. But this difference will in no way interfere with hygiene nor lessen freedom ia action. It will, hoi ever, in the opinion of tlie dressmnl ^rs, make about 90 per cent of us lo k nt least 50 per cent better proport loned than wo did In the long-waiste ', knee-skirted affairs which we woie for so long. A sane division « ' f th; figure ia the only present nrnbl! on of llie average I'aria designer. It a a Imck-to-nonnai movemeut in wonwi's clothing just us In many other thl iga. Paris couturiers offer short skb ts Cor morning, for suits, for sports cl ithing of. all types, for simple nfterno n or home frocks, for business cloth ng. Longer skirts are presented for iftornoou costumes which arts suitably for tews, bridge parties, matinees, and nfnlly long skirts for all focnal evening wear, and for thowe eo. 1 tumes called "flve- to-cighl" ensemble , which nre also for formal occasions, such as cocktail parties, dtnrierH : nd tie theafer or cabaret nfterwiu- 1. 5nch CDStumes are «lso suitable Cor dinner at faah- ionable rest auran a. That's about th · schedule.. Pfirls Is sure that when \\nmen realize it nnd ccuse worrying o\ er a threatened eru of trailing skirts on the dusty pavements, tliey will lenrtiiy approve her new fashion ( ictatea concerning skirts, for these give more variety to life and her n j poiiniace. Knitted- n Beltllna. Tliey are s n i a i . things, those soft- ns-a-kittcn pull-o ers, nnd they come just to the top "f the hip bone. At high normal waiiidne, the most popular patterns ha-* a n knltted-in belt- line of dtirker o · lighter shade than the body of t h ' - sweater, and tills c-olor note is relented nt the wrlsfs and Iii some foi n at the necklina One of the Hiniictest wns shown with n soft tweedy-jc sey suit which coin bined brown, be £;e imd pale mimosa j-f-llow In Us r n h t u r e . The little pullover waist la ni!i le of the beige shade merino^ wool, T iere la au Inch-wide, knitted-fit belt if browu wool and down the center front tliree bowknots of brown wool ( ill (n the knitting, of course). The tc i bowknot Is [laced just beneath a round, six-Inch yoke of jinle mimosa yellow wool and the neckline at the top of (he .yoke Is a rounded "V." A narrow tmnd of brown, like a ril ton, passes through a brown btwlsnot it the wrists. Hermes' tret lendously successful Imnd-knitted ST enter-wniat, ns one may call these new affairs, Is called Hie Alnrie-Antof utte pattern. It has Ihe popnliir Inch-wide belt knitted In, and a deep | dinted yoke In two uluules. DESIRABLE BUILDINC LOTS I you iiro contt-ruplatliig building a homo c."ine and look at tucscj lota. Thpy aro large--GOxHO feet. Natura! gas, city watei, flne g "Mlv school and cliurch. O n e mile from bu ,!neaa district of Contx -llsvillo; a -mlnute trolley ride. A nice location for a b u b u i b f u n homo. Inquire of C. B. McCormick, P. 0. Box 144, Con- uell, C ' , , PH., residence. POPLAR GROVE Tho foUowins ciescrlbert property will bo exposed by Thomas It. Aubrey, Sheriff of Payclte C o u n t y , Pn., on 9ATUIIUAY, MARCH I n t , 11(30, nt 1O O'clock A. M. At the Court House in Uniontown, hy v i r t u e of tho below stated writ, issued o u t ot the Court ot Common fleas of I'ayette C o u n t y , Pennsylvania. Allai D. "Williams, Attorney. Xo. 7-1 December T e r m , 1029, E. D. I'eople-s-1'iUsburrr Trust C o m p a n y , a c o r p o r a t i o n . Successor of Peoples Sav- InR-H T r u s t Company of nttsl.ure, vs. W i l l i a m It. Bat-ton. Alias FI. Fa. Sur J u d g m e n t No. 2SC December Term 1020. AU tho ripht, title, interest, property, claim anc! demand of the tlclctiflant in ami to First:--All t h a t certain tract of land s i t u a t o in S o u t h ITnJon T o w n s h i p , Fay- p t t o C o u n t y , Pennsylvania, bounded a n d described as f o l l o w s : seven (27); JjOt nuni-bera twenty-* -grht (28), t w e n t y - n i n e (20), ihlrty 30), t h i r t y - n n n 31) and t h i r t y - s i x (So) -ach f r o n t i n g - t h i r t y - l i v e Teot on Cou itry Clul Boulevard and extending: ba k a u n i f o r m w i d t h for a dlat-inua of one h u n d r e d t h i r t y feet to an a l l e y , I^ot n u m b f i - foi-ty-flve (46) f r o n t i n g f rty- three f e e t on Country Club Boule /ard and e x t e n d i n g back alons Cmmer \venue a u n i l o r m w i d t h to an alley Lot n u m b e r f o r t y - s i x (48) f r o n t i n g th rty- Hye feet on Country Club Boulevar and e x t e n d i n g ' back a ujvifwrm width f ) an alley. and resorvinff the coa and m i n i n g rig-hta and p r i v i l e g e s heret 'tore Hold and c o n v e y e d to the IV. C. 'rick Uoke Company by Sarah A. Barton t al., by deed dated A t i K « H t 21, 1880, an I recorded In said Fayetto County in Deed Book 92, Paare 40. Being- tlie sam« properties -hlrti were conveyed to the Barton by Mart A. deed datod Dccemtui corded in said T'.tve-ttjf Book Vol. 348, parts of t h n sanio Bold mid conveyed H, Barton. lele WlHI* n H. Sherl ;, by 2lJ 1915, an I r«- q p u n t y In. Deed ·187, e-fcept such lisi^c boon since tile 8ald W illarn Seized and taken In execution t 3 the p r o p e r t y of the defendant, Wllllt m R. Barton, -at the s u i t of Jr'eoples Mtts- liurg- Trust Co., a Corp., success' rs of B e g i n n i n g at w s t a k a on the Kafit skin of I h o S t u t h West Pennsylvania H a l l - | Peoples Savings and Trust Co., of ?ltta- vad ncai t h e Oil S t a t i o n , thence S o u t h | burg. Iwenty-oiif: degrees t h i r t y - l i v e m i n u t e s ' ^Vcst, t h i r t y - t h r e e and f o r t y - o n e liun- d r p i H h s fep,t (S. 21 degrees 35 m i n u t e s West :i3. J l f e e t ) in stalus on Wost side n f said nillroarl; thenca nloiiE the Barton Mill Ttoad South s i x t y degrees t h i r t y - f o u r m i n u t e s East, o n e h u n d r e d fifty-.sPYrn f e e t (S. CO dPKrers !14 m i n u - tes E. IfiV ft.) to a post; t h e n c e by same South s e v e n t y - f l v o degrees f i f t y - f i v e m i n u t e s East, o l f f h t y - n l n e and f o r t y n i n e h u n d r e d t h s f e e t (S. 75 decrees P. C. Newcomer, Attorney. No. 80 December Term, 1920, IB. D. Samuel J. Hess, now for use o! John M. Robinson, vs. John M. McCay. Fi. Fa.. Sur .Tudfrrnent No. 4Ht December Term, 1020, C. D. AH the ri(?ht, t l t l l , Interest, and claim or tlie D e f e n d a n t in and to the f llow- ins-'-descrlbed rcjjl estatt: All t h a t certain lot of g r o u n d a jtuiite i) the Blg-h-th Ward of thn C'lty of Unio' town, n i l n u t e s E, 89.40 f t . ) to post n o a r i ]''ayette C o u n t y , Pennsylvania, f r o n t i n g Western b n r k of Redstone Creek; i f o r t y (-to) f e e t on the South Si le of t h e n c e by l i n e parallel to said creek ] Highland A v e n u e , and r u n n i n g - b ck on parallel lines one b u n d l e d and and along; sakl land of "William TIop- wood's h e i r s South f o u r degree t h l r t y Roven m i n u t e s Ba8t, two h u n d r e d flfty- t h r e o aril f i v e - t e n t h s feet (S. -i degrees IS? minuses E, 2G3.5 f t . ) to p o i n t n«ar d c n d ot iiald crook: thence cro»slni? said creek anct It. O. Tl. K. tracks by said Hop-wood's land N o r t h degrees eighteen m i n u t e s ISnst. f o u r hunlr(d e i g h t y - f i v e and o n e - t e n t h feet (N, 88 degrees 18 minutes E. 483.1 ft.) to post; t h e n c o by said land and along: Eastern bank ot said creek nl-c degrees !wenty-«even m i n u t e s E*£t, t b r c a hundred f i f t y - f o u r a n d seven-U n l h s feet (S. 0 degrees 2T minutes K, 3 5-1 7 I t . ) ; thence V y same South f o r t y - n i x forty t l t O feet to n t w e l v e U2) foo alloy and bolnj? k n o w n is No, 7 1 i plan of lota laid out by WlHIarn Hun , recorded in Plan Hook Vol. I, Pagro -6. Excepting and reserving- the nln*- foot or OoiinellHVllle v e i n of coa' within and u n d e r l y i n g - said lot. tc jether w i t h tho mining: r i g h t s and prl ilegea as h e r e t o f o r e sold und c-onveyed. BeinB the same p r o p e r t y convi rod to John M. McCay by deed of Cha. \os C. Haymoml et ux , dated the 22nd lay of June, 1018, and recorded tn the 1 Boarder's Office of K a y a t t e County, i Deed Book, Vol. 327, Pit-re 210, On tho abo^vr*-described lot ot cround gt-t two-story, frame nllie snd ft vV-tenths f e e t ' ( S . 4S degrees j d w e l l i n g houso, :7 m i n i Us East, 1!0».5 f t . ) to slake; Poized and taken in «j ecutfon as the t h e n c o uros/slnff said creek arid tracks property of John M. McC'^y, Def -ndant, of U. O, R. H. and South W-st P c n n - at lha s u i t of John 11, Robinson s y l v a n l B Railroad by lands cf said ilopwood heirs and H. 15, Krlclt Coko Company, South c l g h l y defirn-os t h i r t y - ·AO f««t, and running back preservins: the same w i d t h 320 feet to an alley; b o u n d e d on the IDa-st by an alley, on the "West by land formerly of Robert Norrls, on the North by an alley, and on tho South by Homer (Fayette) Street Jincl- being a part of lot No. 31 In the aald Lloyd J o h n s t o n Addition to tho olty of C o n n e l l s v l l l e , and upon which Is erected a tivo^atory, doable, frame dwelling- house. "~ Being the same premises which was conveyed to Margaret P. Francis by deed of Alice B, Heracy, dated. Octo-b'er U, 1902, and recorded In the Recorder's Office of Fayette C o u n t y In Deed Book Vol. 405, page 141, nnd being the same property of which the said Margaret F. Francis died salzcd on the f!2nd day of April, 1008, testate, having 9rat mado her last will nnd testament dated January 29, 1008, ana recorded In the Refflster'a Office of Fayetio County, In Will Book' Vol. 23, page 214, wherein and she devised Bald property to her sons as her solo devisees and legatees, to-y,Mt: l^awrcnce W. Francis and 'THJonicu)' H. Brands. ThorflaH II. Francis and "Wife conveyed Dhetr u n d i v i d e d one-half Interest tn and' to tho said premise's to Law- ranee W. Francis by deed dated April 10, 1025, and recorded In Deed Book 463, pftKO 802. Seized and taken In execution as the property of the d e f e n d a n t , Lawrence W. Frarcle, at the suit of Fayotte Building' and Loan Association, a corporation. thc ingr minerals and coal . unrestricted right tc m ' n e , d'-B. extract and carry away the sam« and every part thereof and ovsry k i n d without being: liable In damat e f f i r any i n j u r y that may be dona sal 1 land by the mining aforesaid; and n 1 tho exceptions and reBfcrvations as set forth in the deed from tho Y o u n f f s t o w n Coke Company, L i m i t e d , to Wlllia n K a n k i n dated May 3, 1882, and re 'orded In Deed Book Vol. US, page 43'.. Bolne the same premises a nveyed to the said Elizabeth J. Tissue 1 y Jced of Jonathan (3, Tissue by Deed ' l a t c d J u l y Oth, 1920, and recorded in U e Recorder's Office ot Fayette C o u n t y Pennsylvania, In (7ecd Book Vol. 303 page 441). Upon wh|leh la erected a me, two- story fralme dwelling 1 , and Jiie f r a m e out-housa 1 . Seized and taken in exccmlon as tha property of the d e f e n d a n t at tho suit of Howard Van- Bremen, plaint IT. fifty-se^ en minutes, tv/o h u n d r e d la erected a throe minutes Wfc»t, t h r e e h u n d r e d s i x t y - f o u r a n d six-tcnlha f r f t (S. Sfl fli-sreas 33 m i n u t e s W. 31M.IJ f t . ) to s t a k e ; thenco Houth s e v e n t y - n i n e decrees f i f t y m i n u t e s West, f o u r h u n d r e d ' · i r t y - s l r a n d s i x t y - n i g h t h u n d r e d t h * iot (K. 79 degree* 50 m i n u t e s \V. 4tj.l!8 to post on Una of l a n d of D e r r i c k he'rs; tiictico by aald land N o r t h t w e n - ty-five Jegreos f l f t y - t n - y m l n u t r h West, three 1 undred f o r t y - H i x and t w e n t y - S. n. Goldsmith, A t t o r n e j No. 7.J December Term, 1029, 5. D. People's Building and Iyan J ssocia- t l o n of Connellsvill", Pi., a C -p., v«. Kot-ort C. Bledsoe a»d Ollie JL, '-ledsoe, his wife. FI. Fa. Sur Judgment, No, 30 . Ail tho r i g h t , t i t l e , i n t e r e s t ar 1 claJm of thn d e f e n d a n t s In anc 1 to the following described real eitaM, to-wl : F i r s t : -- A H that cortain piece Dr parcel of !aml, slma:e In tha City f Con- C o x i - i t y of Payette ai d State n i n e hundredth!! tject (N. 25 decrees -' f , t P e n n s y l v a n i a , -jounded nnd tl scribed " a s follows, l o - w l t t On the So ith by P a l r v l e w a v r i t n e on ti.e Bast by a. t w e n t y (20 t o u t (Lllny; en thn J- irth by a t w e n t y f"0) foot alley, and on the West by a t w e n t y (20) foot nl) y; said lot having; a f r o n t a g e on Falrvi sw avenue of s i x t y - s i x (60) tret, and -unnln/f back id a N o r t h e r l y direction. re»»rv- inir t'.\? same w i d t h , a. dlatanc, of one h u n d r e d f i f t y - t w o U52) fe«t to i twenty ("()) f o u l alley. Upon -vblcb If erected a two «lory f r a m e dire h o i so, con- t a i n i n g eight (a) romr and bo l .b, with '·onerstc f r o n t , and co ivenlent W. 34B.UO f t . ) to corner In ence; thenc-p North e l R h t y - n l n u degree!, t h i r t y - s e v e n m l n u t r s s Went, forty-SN-ven f e e t (N. 80 degrees :;" m i n u - tes W. 47 ft.;, more or lent, to stake on t h e Ko,itern l i n o of V l r R i n l a A v e n u e a f o r t y (40) foot s t r e e t , thence by saltl liaatorn line of said avenue North no dejtreen t w a n t y - t h r e e m i n u t e s Kant, five h u i d r e d t w e n t y - n i n e f e e l ( N. 0 degrees ::3 m i n u t e s E. 52D f t . / to stake, thence by same N o r t h t w e l v e degrees fifty-U-ree m i n u t e s, one h u n d r e d e l f r h t feet (N. 12 degrees 53 minutes K. JOS It. , m o r e or i«x--, to line of Barton Mill Ilnad, t h e n c o crosslnK paid road by l i n e nearly parallel tri fl. "W. P. R. K. tracks about o l f e h t y (HO) loot to lino of land f o r m e r l y o w n e d by George U, Howel ; t h e n c e by l i n e of wild Howell land a b o u t u n e h u n d r e d (100) f a c t t o tho p nco of beginning, coniainlnir about f o u r t e e n (141 arrcs, more or lc»a. Upon w h i c h are erected a. largo f r a m e two story d w e l l l n f f houae, k n o w n as Secoad:--All iha.f ci-rtiln i ec« or the "Barton Home," a larsa Rrepnhou.-e parcel at Uuj.l, s l t u i t e ^ i n the City ot ind a smaller one f')r t h e g r o w i n g a n d j C o n n e l l s v ille, i " ) n n l . y - of Fay tte and caro f f l o w e r s and p l a n t s , a f r a m e i a u i t e of P e n n s J v a . - l a , b o u n d s and d8- J w e U l i g r h o u s e of five roormt in c f n n c o - -·· - · - · -· tlon w i t h said large g r e e n h o u s e , t w e l v e frame cottage huuse'i of t h r e e rooms each, wo d o u b l o f r a m e h o u s e s ot el^ht _ rooms each, one t t l » n u t o m o b l l o ffaraffe j in'tersecUo'n ~r lor a (jnaollne And. oil service station, store-room and office, j, t v o f r a m e b u i l d i n g s on tt.o rear cf tmid 1 t_ And being the a,rno p i e m l i « » con eyed to Robert T, Bled-joe snd OlJle J* Bledsoe, hid w i f e , by deed of JIai care C. Gii- niorp, et ai,, dated th» !i4th day of October, 1027, am! recorded In the Recorder's Office t,j Kayc'le Coui ty, Pa., in Deed Book, Vol. 482 at Pag 441. H c r l b e t i an f o l i o * a , t o - w i t : I (ginning at a i - j l n t 0:1 t i f t Sorth sldo of Fair- v i e w avemiB, u e v e n t y - 'oi.r an- elsrhty- liundre.lth.-j (V-1.S3) feet Tom tho and oiie f r a m e {fdraire. T h e r e In also In connei-tlon with said p r o p e r t y a s t e a m l i n e f . ' o m the 3lth works nt the 11'. U. Krlck Coke Company e x t e n d i n g to the grew JOUKO by whit-h the same arc heated u n d e r ait a g r e e m e n t b e t w e e n t h e said 1'rlck Coka Company end the Bald W i l l i a m K, Barton, ct al., their heirs and AjsiR-rffl. Kxceptlnif and roservlnff thereout snd t h e r e f r o m such portions of said l a n d aw were c o n v e y e d by tha »o.!d William It, Bartoa and his -wife by tt-o f o l l o w i n g deeds of j coord In said J-"nyette C o u n t y , vi/..-- Deed to Ijuclot Croce, dated Mareh 8, 18S1, and recorded in Oeed Book No. 41H, 'ag-e M-, convoying; two tracta. affsn gallnrj 1 3-li! acres. Deed to U n i t e d t!aa f tationa Company, dated F e b r u a r y 17, 19-J2, and recorded In iJeed liouk Nu. 4iIO, Page 40, e u n v t i y i J i g - iii^-JOOO uf an A l l e y , w n i t h Ave ue point. It market! aero. Also excepting and reserving the r i g h t i and privileges h e r e t o f o r e g r a n t ed ti. the Ualttmore Ohio Railroad (Jomiany, t h e F o u t h Weal .Pennsylvania R a i l r o a d C o m p a n y anJ the JBlectrlc K a i l i / a y Company u v « r portions of said land. A l s o e x c e p t i n g and r e / i e r v i n g to the on concrete wiiH, .u-d oe'ng; tl ft Southe a s t e r n corner )£ l o t s of Bar uel iUic- l i o u r ; W h e n c e N j r f h f K t y - t w o (52) de,- grees, l i f t y - t w o (|)~ 11 Inutes /e»t, one H u n d r e d and t w e n i y - e giit n n i twenty- o n e - l i u i t d r e d t h a Cl-i8,2!0 foqt o Queen s t r e e t ; t h e n e a l o n g Queef street, N o r t h t h i r t y thre«, (fin) .aegrt -a, twen- ty-alx (2G) m i n u t e s Ka»t, t h t n r-sl* and H o v o n t y - t w o o n e - h u n d r e d t h J (36.7a) f e e t to a .stake corner of U '. of R. Marietta; thHico K o u t M flfty-' wo (52) degrees, t h l i t y - s l x (33) raliii tea East, one hundred and t h i r t y a d fifty- e i g h t o n e - h u n d r e J t h a (130.64 feet to F i U r v l e w A v e n u e , th»nra al ng Falr-^ view iVvenue, !?outh t h i r t y - s ven (37) degrees, e i g h t (1) m l n Jtes We it, t h i r t y six and f o u r o n r - h u n d J eHhs ( 0.(H) f e a t to the plaqc' of b e g l n n l n / f . U on which Is criccted a t w o story frarm dwelling house, c o n t a i n i n g sis (0) ro ims and bath; also a toncreta block garafir«, with .space for three autcmo illcs. And b n l n g the aamo premlaus - o ivcyed to Ollle U Bledaoe by deed of rlo '/,\m~ merman anj J ' » h n W Zlmmt -man, her h u s b u n d , dated t h o 2] at day f November, 1321, and of record in tl a Record- U. C. Frick coku Company the "right to cr ' B Ofllce of F a y e t U OouiH f, Pa,, in maintain and uao the said «tearn lino r u n n i n g f r o m t h e Ix-HU plan! of aald II O. Fi ick Coke C o m p a n y to a p o i n t n e a r said greenhouses, subject to [ho use of steam by tho said W i l l i a m R, Barton, et al , their hftlrs and assli:nis, for heat- lag ' h e greenhouses In accordance with t e r m s of said a g r e e m e n t between tho said William R. Barton, et al. ( and the said II. C.' Ifrlclc Coka Company, Second: -- AH those certain 24 jots or truC'S of land, situate In said t o w n s h i p , C o u n t y and State, In w h a t in known aa the M o u n t a i n V i e w Plan of Lota, which plan is of record In said J''ayette County 1)1 Plan Vol. 2, Pago D, wild lots being described by n u m b e r s (ib shown on said plan as follows: Lot n u m b e r f o u r (4) f r o n t i n g f o r t y feet on said Barton Mill Road and e x t e n d i n g back a l o n g Couatry Club B o u l e v a r d u uniform wid'-h for a d i s t a n c e of one h u n d r e d f o r t y feet to an alley; Lot n u m b e r Jive (B), f r o n t i n g t h i r t y - f i v e f e e t on said Bar .on Mill Road and extending back a u i l t o r m widta for a distiujce of one h u n J r e 4 f o r t y feet tu an alley; Lots n u m b e r six (0), ieven ( 7 ) , eight (S) and n i n o (0), f r o n t i n g each thirty-flvo an3 llftecn ono l i u n d r e d t b s feet ou said Barton Mill Road and r u n n i n g back to an a l l e y w h e r e they arc each thirty- flvo foet wide; Lot n u m b e r ten (10), f r o n t i n g t h i r t y - t w q u.nU clghty-JIvo one- h u n d r e d t h s feet on said Barton Mil Road, and e x t e n d i n g back to an ,(Uley where it Is tbjrty-lwo and seven o n e - h u n d r o d t h s f e e t Vido; Lot n u m b e r t w e l v e (12) f r o n t i n g 'eighteen arnl five o n e - h u n d r e d t h s feet on Virginia Aven u e and e x t e n d i n g back along an alley to i n o t h a r alley w h e r e said lot is lorty- s o v a n and o n q - h u n d r e i l l h s f e e t wide; Lots numbers t h i r t e e n ( it)), f o u r t e e n (!·!, . f i f t e e n (15), s i x t e e n (16) and s e v e n t e e n (17;, aacli f r u r i t l n g t h i r t y five f e e t on V i r g i n i a A v e n u e and ext o n i i n g back a u n i f o r m width for a dla anoo of ono buntlJ'e3 thirty feet to an alley; Lot number u i g h t o e n (18) f r o i t t n g - f o r t y - f o u r and l i v e - t e n t h s feet on said V i r g i n i a A v e n u e and extending back along Cramer A v e n u e a u n i f o r m width for a distance ot one h u n d r e d t h l - t y f e e t to an alley; Lot .imber n i n e t e e n (10) f r o n t i n g :.'orty and five- t e n t h s f e e t on said V i r g i n i a A v e n u e , and e x t e n d i n g back a u n i f o r m w i d t h along Cramer A v e n u e for a distance of on h u n d r e d t h i r t y feet to an svlley; Loi. n u m b e r t w e n t y (20) f r o n t i n g t h i r t y - f i v e f o o t on V i r g i n i a Avenuo and e x t e n d i n g - bac-k a u n i f o r m w i d t h for n distance of one h u n d r e d t h i r t y feet to an a l l o y ; thn greater portion of lot nu nbei' twenty-seven ( 2 7 ) , f r o n t i n g on Co m t r y Club Boulevard, consisting of a strip t w e n t y - l i v e and one-half f e e t w l l o and ono h u n d r e d t h i r t y foet long, boanded on the South by lot n u m b e r t w e n t y - e i g h t (28) and on the North 1 , by t h ) ruuiainder of lot n u m b e r twenty- Deed Book, Vol. 421, .it Page T3. Seized i,nd tnken In execut on as the property of tb.s defendants, lobert C. IJledsoe anJ Ollln L. Bledsoe his wffo, at tlio suit of People'i Hulldi ,g Ioan Association of Connedaville, Pa. T. M. Hcrtsog. Alton ey. No. 125 December 'J'erm, 1C !0. B. D. lj. N. Uurchlnal, vs. Ilaroli M, Conn, and Louisa C o n n , his wife, FI. Fa. Sur J u d g m e n t No. I T3 txecenv- bcr Term, 102li. All the r i g h t , tltJe, interea , property claim and d e m a n d of tho d«i jndants In and to All that certAln lo or pur el of land, s i t u a t o in the Bowman and Vazeo Add i t i o n to Point Marlon, Faye te County, Pennsylvatila, b o u n d e d and 3 iscrlbed aa followa: Being- t h e Southern portloi of lot No. 10 of said Addition, f r o n t i n g 80 feet on Morgan t o w n street on the K ist and ext e n d i n g Wostiirnly at t* unl orro width 110 f e e t to a 15 foot allay o the West, upon which thero is erected i-story and a ha!f bungralow typo fran e dwelling house, c o n t a i n i n g five room i and bath with rear porch inclosed. Being tho .tame premises onveyed to Harold M. Conn by (Jarrli B. Mayer and husband, tfy fleed da ed May i, 1923, and recorded In tho Recorder's Office of Fayctto C o u n t y , Pi nnsylvanla, in Deed Book Page Seized and taken in execi tior» 1 as the property of the defendants H'aroW M. Conn and LouUu Conn, Ills vife, at the suit o£ 1* N. Burchinal, Higher, Matthews L' wellyn. Attoincys No, 83 Dec-ember Term, 1.920, K. D. F!. Fa. iiiir.JuclKTneJit. No. 173 D e c e m b e r Term, J 29. Fa/ette Building: arid Loan A.ssociB ion, a cor. poratlon, vs. Lawrencii W. francls. ' All of the right, t i t l e am Interest In and to all those two ccr altu pieces, parcels or tracts of land, situate and lying" In t h e city of Oormelle /ille, county at Fayetto arid State of P 'n'nsylvania, more particularly bounds i and described ai! f o l l o w s , to--\yit: First: B e g i n n i n g at t h North end corner of Homer (layette and Og-den Streets and r u n n i n g along said Homer ( F a y e t t s ) Street, East 58V; feet to the other part ot said lot No 31 In said a d d i t i o n ; tUenc« 120 f e e t 1 an alley; thence along said r l l c y W' at, 58% feet to Ogden Screct; thence along said Street 320 J e e t to he place of Big-bee, Matthews X,ewellyn, Attorneys. No. 8i December Terra, 1929, B. D. FI Fa. Sur Judgment. No. 471 December Term, 1029. Fayette Building and Loan Asucolatlon, a corporation, vn. Qeorgo P, Thomas and Sydney M. Thomas, lila wife. All of the right, title and Interest in and to all that plot, piece, or parcel of ground known and described aa lot No. seven (7) in Grey's Addition to the city of Connellsvllle, c o u n t y of Payette and State of Pennsylvania, as laid out and plotted by J, ilelvln Grey arid recorded In Plan Book Vol. 1, page 141, and which said lot la more particularly bounded and described as f o l l o w s : Frontling f o r t y (10) feet on the North side of Gibson Avenue, and extending back of u n i f o r m width a distance of one h u n d r e d t w e n t y - f o u r and thre«- tenths (i2O) feet to a twenty (20) foot allay, and being bounded on the West by lot Ni. 6, and on the- West by lot No, 8, and upon which Is erected a two-story, double frame dwelling house. Being tho same conveyed to tho said Ceorgo P. Tbomaa and Sydney M. Thomas, hl« wife, by deed of Sparks I* Brooks, unmarried, dated August 0, 1»26, and recorded In ENsed Book 4G8, page 141), Seized and taken tn execution ft* the property of thn defendants, George P. Thomaa and Sydney M. Thomas, hlfl w i f n , at the s u i t of Fiayette Building anil Loan, a corporation, Bllas Goodsteln, Attornay. No. 127 December Term, 1929, B. D. Kdward Oelb and Bertha Oelb v«. M. /. Franks, George Mihaly, Anna Mlbaly (txlla.8 Annie Mihaly). Alias FI. Fa, H u r Judgment No. 236 Jun« Terra, 1920. All the right, title, Interest, property, claim and demand of the defendants in and to the following described real c h t a t f i : All those two ccrta»ln lots of land, Bltuate In the C i t y of ConnellsvJlle, F»yetto County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described n» followa, to-wit: On the North by North A v e n u e , on the West by Third itreet, on the South by Oak alley, and on the K»st by lot No. 182, nnd being known «.a Lota NOB, 180 and 1S1 In Plan of Lots as laid out by the Connellsvllle Mutual IJuildlns; Loan Association. .Excepting and reserving all coal tvsre-loforo mined f r o m In or under premises. Being the same premises which ware conveyed to George Mihaly aad Annie Mihaly, his wife, by Elizabeth Krome'r, et. al., by deed dated November 15, 2010, and recorded in the Recorder's Office of Fayetta County, P e n n s y l v a n i a , In Deed BooK Vol. 370, Page 447. Upon which are erected a two story f r a m e and composition dwelling house, containing six rooms, and a. small f r a m e o u t b u i l d i n g . Selaed and taken In execution aa t h f t property of the d e f e n d a n t s , M. J. Franks. George Mlhaiy, A n n a Mthaly talias Annie Mihaly), at the suit of ward Qelb and Bertha GeU. C, L. DAVIDSON. Attorney No. 320 December Term 1928, E. D. Andrew \VhUit vs. Crochet C, Thomas. FI. Fa. eur J u d g m e n t No. 173 March Term 3028. AU tha right , title, interest, property claim and demand of tho defendant and to All those pertain lots or piece* off ground sltualo In the T o w n s h i p oJ L.uzerno, C o u n t y of Fayette and Statu of Pennsylvania, being lota No3. 133 and 134 In the plan of lots called TOWER HILL A-DDITION, platted by Harvey Worthington, find recorded In tha Recorder's OCfinn of Fayette County, Ponnsylvanla In Plan Book Vol. 4, pa 228; said l o t a being moro particularly bounded and described as follows;, to- wlt; Beginning at a point on the southerly alda of Aferrlttsfown Avenue at a point where W»Wr Street Intersects the samo a n d where ths d i v i d i n g lino between lot No. 132 and said Lot No. 133 Intersect ihe same; thence In a southeasterly direction along said div i d i n g lino, 411.8 f e e t to «. point; thenco in a northwesterly direction along the dividing line between said lotll Noa, 1S3 and 134 and Lots Nos. 117 andl 110, 115 and 114 in said plan. 133.04 feet, more or less, to a p o i n t ; thence In «, northwesterly direction along the dividing l i n o between said lot No. 1114 and Lot No. 134 In said plan, 324. 33 foet to n p o i n t on the southerly side of W:iter Street;, and thence In a. north- oasitorly d i r e c t i o n along said Water Street, 100 .feet to the place of begin- Excepting- and Rciser-vintr, however, all of the ooal, together with, the mln- !n|f and other rights, appurtenances thereto, as the same are exccpted and reserved In deeds f r o m Tower Hill Conriellsvlllo Colte Company to Ho,rvay R. Worlngton, dated May 24, 123, June 5, 1023, and September- 2«, 1923, and recorded in the Recorder's Office of Fq.yette County, Pennsylvania, In Deed Book Vols. 443 and 442, pago 80, 220 and 300 respectively. Being- a part of the samo property which Tower Hill Conne!!3vl]lo Colce Company by its d«ods dated May 24, lt)23, J u n e B, 102;i, and September 26, 1023, and recorded l.i tiio Recorder's Oitice of Fayotlo County, Pennsylvania in Deed Book Vols. 443 and 442, pagea 80, 220 and 300, respectively, granted and conveyed to Harvey K, Worthlng- ton, ono ot the grantors herein. This conveyance being made subject to a right of way for water l i n e through Lot No. 13-i, as shown on the recorded plan,» Seized and taken in execution as the .property of the defendant Crochet C. Thomas, at tho suit of Andrew 'White. S. n. O o l d e m l t h , Attoiney. No. 118 D e r e m t e r Term, :t2(l, Pi. D. F E B u i d e t t e , vs. Angle Lupe. FI. Fa. Sur J u d g m e n t , No. 558 March Term, 1028. All the right, title, interes and claim of the d e f e n d a n t Jn and to ho f o l l o w - ing described real estate, t i - w l t : All those three certain t r a c t s of land, a-lttiato In Lower Tyrone Township. Fayctto County. Pa., )artieularly b o u n d e d and described !n a certain deeii of Danlet Little and Sara! H. Little, his wife, to Ange.Jo Lape, Bald deed being dated J u l y 22, 1918. a-td recorded August 34, 1018, In tho Rcr order's Office of Fayctto County, P.-.. in Heed Book, Vol. 360, at page 351. First tract therein described contains 0.74 acres. Second tract therein described contains 3 Acres, 16 Perchca, more or less. Third tract therein described cont tins 1 Aero, 23 JPerches, more or loss. There is erected upon said lands a. jertaiii two story frame d w e l l i n g house containing four rooms, one large frarna barn, and o t h e r small out-buildings. A n n being tha same pr.-mises t h a t were sold and conveyed to the d e f e n - dant, Angfilo Lapo by Ian! 1 Little and wife, by deed dated .T'Jly 2!, 1018, and recorded in the. Recorder'3 Office of Fayettc C o u n t y , Pa.., In Dee 1 Book, Vol. 360, at page 3B1. Seined and tak^n in ex*e-ttlrm as tne property of the defendant, y.ngolo at the ault of F. B. Burdett i. J. K. Spargeon, Attorney. No. 11T December Term, 029, E. O. Kadie C. Miller, and K s t h c r M. Graft, now for the use of Esther M. Graft, vs. Margaret R. Altman, w i t h notice to Fraternal Home Association, a Corporation, terre ten»nt. FI. Fa, Sur Judgment No. 534, December Term, 1920. Al! the right, title, S n t o r ' B t , property c l n l m and demand of the cefemla-nta In and to all that certain lot or piece of land k n o w n as the Mora.!, or Altman Hotel Properly situato In tho Fourth 'Ward of the City of U n i c n l o w n , Fay- fttte County, Pennsylvania, bounded and Described as follows: Beginning at a. point on the, 'side, of Thorndel! a!!ey at d at the, intersection of wald alloy and Main street; thence along and at the Ir teroectfon of said alley ^ n d Main alseet; thence along said Main street Sou .h 60 de-tcrees 22 m i n u t e s Kust 74 ttxst to corner of lot of Minnie 8. Thorndell alco the Northeast corner of said Al man House bulldlniy, thence by raid fhortidell lot and th« East side of the said Altman HOUJBO b u i l d i n g . Houth 2 ) degrees 88 minutes Weal 32 feet to a point; theae.a by aald Thorndell lot Sou.h 10 degretso 19 minutes West 120.8 fact to South street; thence alon«r sa/d South stro«t North '00 dtiRrees 22 minutes West 01,8 feot to tho Eastern side ot said Thom- dctl alley; thence along said alley N o r t h 11 degrees 8 m i n u t s a Weat f e e t to tho plac/. of begin ilngr, containing ten thousand five hu idred ninety- two (10,31)2) * feet as per survey maile by Col. Everh irt Illorer on October 30. 100U. For prior title see dee-I from James Moran to Thomas I r w i n Utroetn, ds.ted December 1, lOOti, recorded In Jeed Book Vol. 267, Pag-e 23; and will of TUomas I r w l u AUman ,d ned Jun* 20, J9O5, registered in ^Vili Book. Vol, 18, Pajre 328. Upon said lot of ground there Is erected a three story s n d basement brick building", with stori rooms In the basement and on the flr-1 floor, oflleo rooms on the second fit or and loiig-e rooms and apartments in the third floor. Seized and taken in execution as the property ot the d e f e n d a n t s , Margaret R. Altman, w i t h notieo to F r a t e r n a l Home Association, a corporation, terre tenant, at tho suit of Sadie C. Miller, a n d K n t h e r M. G r a f t now t o - the use ot Esther M. Graft. and therefrom all the nln« fool, vefn of Conncllsville Coking? Coal and 'the m i n - erals n n d c r l y i i i R T t h e same, tog-e-thei- with m i n i n g r i g h t s as heretofo»-a sowt and conveyed. ' Bein« f i e name land conveyed to BridR-ct B. Cal!aj?han, on"- of. tile a.bov» n a m e d defendants, by deed of Charles R .Tcflreys and Bather M., his w i f e , dated ])oceinber «, 3028, and recorded in the .Recorder's Office of Fayctto County. in Dee 1 Book Vol. *-, PA .re · Upon -hhich is erected n. two story frame house c o n t a i n i n g six rooms and. a. f r a m e garage. Seized and taken in e x e c u t i o n aa tha property of Bridget B. CallaBhan anl Michael CallaKhan at the fiiiit of T f n l o n Trust- Company of U n i o n t o w n , Pa. CONDITIONS OF SALR5. Ten per cenl of the purchase price, or a sufficient a m o u n t to pay all costs if the ten per cent la not enough for that purpose, must bo pakl l» tho Sheriff itt the t i m e tha property IB struck off, and t h e balance of t h e purchase m o n e y before twelve o'clock noon of the f o u r t h (Jay thereafter. Otherwise the properly may bo re-ooM without f u r t h e r notico at tne risk and expense of tho person -whom it la struck; off at this sale, who in case ot a deficiency in tha price bid at any resale, will bii required to make good the same. S h o u l d the bidder to- comply with conditions of sale, tho money deposited by him at the time tho property 1^ struck off shall be forfeited and applied to tho costs and Judgments. All payments must be made in cash or by certified check. Return of sates will !:« made In open Court on tho third Tucisday following the date of sale, at 10 o'clock A. M. THOS. n. AUBREY, Sheriff. f feb-7-14-2I. Clover Hold as Sacred ' ' by the Ancient Greek* According to legend St Patrlcfc had jjrest trouble in teaching the people of Ireland the doctrine of th« a'rlnlty. Thea one day ht saw a tlnr three-leafed plant growing at bis feet and plucking it he used It to illustrate his point Shamrock Is from th« Irish "seomrog," and is applied to tha yariou* plants havlnjr three leave*. In Arabic, the word for three-leaf plants SB "ihaimrakh." While the name shamrock lias been applied to varlonar tbree-ltaf plants, it Is generally used In connection with one of tho clovers. The f.)nr-leaf clover has IOHR been, ansocihted with various superstitions. Becaara It te In the form of a cr»8» is likely the reason for attrlbotlng to guch plants uncanny powers. It wns, however, regarded as sacred by tho Greeks Jong beforn th« time of Christ, At various, times it has been believed .that the pentoa carrying It would have the power of detecting the presence of evil spirits oj would be successful in his undertakings. If he put It under hts pillow, h« would dream of his beloved and a maiden might, by slipping It, unseen, Into the shoe ot her lover, nature, him a safe Journey. , , , b e g i n n i n g ; and bel ig lot I- o, 32 and 18 f e e t of lot No, III In the LI' yd Johnston A d d i t i o n to tho city o£ Co mellsville. Second: That ceitain lot or piece of ground, bounded and clesc Ibed as follows: l''rontij!K «n flfu. F. Cl. Newcomer, Attorney. No. 82 December Term, 1920, B. D. H'oward Vati Bremen vs. Elizabeth J. Tiasuo. FI, Fa. Sur judgment No. 400 December Term, 1929. All the rislU, title, Interest, claim and demand of the defendant jn and to tfiQ foUo'iviriK described/real estate: All that certain place or tract of ]aud situate In North Union Township, I'ay- ette County, Pennsylvania, bounded and Described as follows, to-wlt; Beginning at a post in the Conn«lli- vllle road and r u n n i n g thenco a l p r g r land of A. M. Johnson, North fifty-elg'H (58) degrees West, one hundred twent,'- ime (121) feet to a post; thence et 11 dlonff land of said John-son, North tif [y and three-fourths (50%) degrees Eant, one hundred seven! y-aix and one-half 'U7CV-) fact to a post; thence along: land of A. O. Gadd. South forty-eight arid one-fourth (48%) deforces Wart, ono hundred seventeen and f o r t y - e i g h t hundredth)! (11T.48) feet to the center of said Connellsvlllo road; thence alo'ig said road, South fifty-one and three- eights (01 H) degrees West, one h u n - dred fifty-six and one-half (156%) fiet to the place of beginning, containing ly (70) perches, strict measure, Ktceptlng and Reserving thereout therefrom aJU the H. A. Cottom, Attorney. No, 04 December Term J020, J5. D. National Deposit Book of Brownsville, Pa., vs. Ouy Flora. December Term, 1920. Bur No. 813, March Term, ll)'4f. AJ1 tbo right, title, i n t sreat and cuilra of the defendant, Quy 5 lora, In and to the following- deacribed -eal estate: , AU that certain lot or parcel of ground known and dss gimted as IxH No. 600 In the Plan of Lots called Van Kirk Addition to Van Kirk Addition to Republic, In HeIston3 r 'ownshlp, Fayette County, Pennsylvai la, the plan of wjhlch ia recorded in 'iio Recorders Offlce of Fayette C o u n t , In Plan Book No. 4, Pages 76 and 77, and more particularly bounded and ti jecrlbel aa follows: Beg-inningr at a point n the Easterly side of the Brownsville ind Masontown Public Kottd at the l i r e of a- twenty foot .alley; thence Nor1 i 4 degrees 12 minutes 30 seconds Ka t, 03.43 feet to line of Lot No. 001; tli-mco along said tat No. 001, North CO d'-greea 13 m i n u tea West, 333 22 feet tt a t w e n t y foot alley; ttiunce alon-£r sale alley South degrees 47 mlnuie-s West, 0 feet to an- otlier twenty f o o t alley and thence alonjr the last named alley. South 60 degrees 13 m i n u t e s 'Basl, 17T.15 feet to the Easterly alda of Ri.ld public road, the place of begrlnning-. Said property b e i n g in what Is fcnowr as tho town of Re public. Ijixceptlng thereout a r d therefrom tne coal and mining rights h-erotofore sold and conveyed, and as cxccptecl and reserved In the deed to t i e a,bove named defendant. Upon which there is -rected a doable two story brick bull* ing- used for dwelling purposes, containing/ about twelve rooms, and a air all frume budding used as a dwoll ng, lug three rooms. Bolus 1 the same lot of ground and premises Mnveyod to the said G u y Flora by dted of J o h n f o n Van Kirk, et ux., dated J u n e 121st, l(2l, and recorded J u n o 2, 1021 In Deed Book Vol, 437, Page 43. Seized and taken In execution as thri property of the defendant, Guy Klora, at the eult of leposlt Bank of Brownsville, Pennu Sturgls and SturgU, Attorneys, No, 122 December T rm, 1U21), B, D. Union Trust Compai y of Uniontown, Pa., vs. Bridget K. Callaghan anil Michael Callaghan, her husband. FI, t'a. Sar Judgment No. 383 De- comber Term, 1029. All the right, litre, I itereat and claim of tho defendants In and to alt Unit certain lot of groUiu 1 situato In the Third Ward of the C'l.y of Uniontowii, Fayette County, Pcnn; ylvanta, loumlad and described aa folio na: Beginning at a, p?st on the South of Cleveland A v e n u e Extension and corner of L/ot No. 103 and rumilijj In a. S o u t h e r l y direct!"!! a ong the l i n o said t.ot No. 303, o le hundred fifty (.150) foot to a post, e rner of a twenty foot alley; thenc'o a l c n g ' S a i d twenty foot allpy in an K.stfirly direction llfty-seven and nineteen , h u n d r e d t h * (07,10) feot to a poa.; thenco In Northwesterly direct on, one hundred and fifty-two and sltteen hundredtha (152.10) £e»t to a. post on the South side of Cleveland Avenue Extension ia a Westerly direction th r t y - t w o ;ind n l n a h u n d r e d t h s (.'(2.0U) fi et to a post the place of beginning. It being J^ot No. 101 in the plan of lots laid out by Morgan H. Bowman a id John T. Trader In their addition to t 10 C i t y of Uniontown, Pa. Said plan of lots being recorded In the Hecord -r's Ofllce of F ette County, Pennsylvania, In Plan Book Vol. 1, Page 0!) and r Effect of Snake Venom Probed by Scientfets It has been stated on 'apparently good authority that snake venom wilt not affect cold-blooded animals, such an snakes, frocs, toads, lizards and fish. Systematic observation shown that this Is not the case. Toads, which are rery tenacious ot life, hare been known to survive three day* after having been bitten by puff-adders or by cobras, but In the end they TOC-I cumb. Frogs often die almost Instant-f ly after having been bitten. Again, It' has been said that the venoma of tvra j deadly snakes of the sarae species d»| not affect each other. Though this; holds good in some canes, howevw, it) is nut true of all. Pnff-adders appear t to be, immune from one another's poison. On the other hand, jwft- add«rs that hav* been bitten hjr cobras, mambaa, boom-slangs, and, other venomous South African «nake* · occasionally die, bat not always, In one case ». puff-adder which WM» ( Injected with enough cobra poison to' kill six men survived. Electron «nd Moleen!« The electron Is tha smallest known unit In electricity. It may be either positive of negative. The atom la the snmlleist unit of any chemical element. Tho molecule is the smallest part into which any body can be divided without destroying its substance as eneh. It mar be identical with the atom as in the case of mercury or argon. It usually consists of tiie union of two or more atoms, Aecordlnf? to the atomic theory all material substances) are composed of atoms of a comparatively small number of kinds, nil tha atoms of the same kind being uniform In »i*e and weight and othor properties. The atom is to be conceived as a complex system whose component parts are in rapid orbital motion. ·» Long-Liv«d Po«t» Poets, on the whole, are a lace, writes "Looker-on" In the London Dully Chronicle, and some records are recalled of poets laureate. Of those in offlc« since the time ot Ben Jonson, most have reached a good old nge, and held ofllce for many years, Wordsworth, for Instance, lived to be eighty, Sir William Daventuit eighty- two, Tennyson eighty-three, and Golley Gibber eighty-six. The average tenure ot the laureatcshlp has been over twenty years. Soothcy held it for thirty years, and Tennyson for forty- seven. Ht« Word "Anecdote" Today we know thtt the word "anecdote"' simply refers to a pithy account of any Incident, usually a short, entertain? narrative. Originally, however, nn anecdote was a secret Malory, a sort of a sub- rosa story of unpublished events, this slgnlllcance being indicated by Us root ,Bource. It is in this sense that it is used, for instance, by Procoplus in hSa portrayal of the private life of JusttaJnu and Theodora,--Kansas City Star. Get in First and L»t Word The female of the species actually gets in the first and the last word. According to the mag.'iztne Gooi) Health girls leurn to talk six weeks sooner than boys, while recent studies Ia Illinois show that women live longer than-tnen. Of 1:h» 40 centenarians wlt died tbosra la«t year, 30 were women Above 80 the female death«i were mor numerous than the molo, below » Jess numeroun, showing that more woman DOS* Cloihto. than wen.

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