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PAGE TEN. THE DAJX/T COUKlJilB, CONNELXSVTULE. PA. FRTDAT, MAY IT, T3TS. ! HIS GREATEST GAME Just before Ray Chapman cune to Cleveland from Toledo In 1912, he had a day that he never will forget. Toledo ivas ^. playing Minneapolis. Rube Wad- ^ dell .started for the Millers, but Comstock finished. All Ray dtd ·was to mak« three singles, u doable and a home run In five timea up, drive in a bunch of runa, score four himself, s:eal home once and hafe a. per'ect day in the field with "nine ~as- corner of lands conveyed by Hueh D. i?hallenberi^er to Norton S. Shallftn- berger and line ofj lands of. Alexander C. Sherram; tfin«*u (by said Sherrftrd line North rorty-afx decrees nfty-nln* 1 minuter Ba,«t f o u r ) huVidred and t h i r t - f Ceet Xo £-19, June Term, 101S. Ira W. Faat and Allen .J. Fasc, Administrators of Jacob Cover. Deceased, vs. S. C. Cover. Ail Uie ripfat, UUe. Interest and claim of the-defendant, S. C. Cover, being: an undivided one-thtrtccutli in ani to all /lie nittl twenty ode-hundredth i (X. 4« degrees ·") mi'iiitca E. 435.2(1 feet) 1 thoae two certain tracts of load altjaie * i to e»tonu«. tn^nce bjj lands of W. J. ' 'n Nicholson Township, Fayatto County, £ I Ralney's nei-b South "(iftv-three degrees PennsyJvanJa, bouuded and dacribed aa j twe ity .-ulnulcs Khs', sit hundred and j f o K W B : I airt fe-t-t is" .*ia Ooniep's J mlrutes E. First -- Beeinnlrpr *£t a stake In Hn« ' OfaO f, t l , tiience ni .nil Jutt-one t i e - t of lands of Ira "W Fasi thence North · giViBi Iirij. minutes il* e hundred 30 decrees West liOl.o feet a-lonff a pub- j ami .sivry-nne feel iS. ?!, degrees 50 Hie road tT n. atone, thence by land of j mm'-He.-. *K :H tec-t); tlsf-nce South [Jason- Woolsay South .~»K d«gTte and i n f f . - v 7 ii^EC-i'^-s '.rteuty mimics Easrt, 54 1-2 mSnutep Weat 1.118.2 i feat to K mine In; inri-d Tii.d Jtn MI and five-tenth [rrave stone, ihenca by iHvme South I feet it*. 3" jeiTti-os _'u ra.ii.utea !J, 007.5 i Ceet - thence ;'-uLt. titty-three degrees. , v _ . ,, _ . _ twenty niir, Hes fits: f»«r hundred and (Schrover .South 2 de?rreiB ai,l n mirutoa iWrfr*TW^^ ONE MORE NAME ADDED TO RECENT DEATH LIST and 30 radr.utos WeM 1483.D foot po^t; thence by land of "W. K. * "oath 2 de?rree itake uteb K. 4i):» Ceet) rhence South fifty- ' North W dQjrrot-3 and 4.". mlnuteB Bart f o u r degrees und f i f t y minutes .East ' HSS.4 feet to n. ?tone in line of land 01 three h u n d r e d and thirteen and five ( Samuel Cover' i Leir-b, thence- by said tenth feet (S ."l tlugrees 50 minutes -13. i Cover heirs and Ira W. Fat North 3 T J 5 f e e t ) , thence SouUi forty-three I S degrcoii and 13 minutes Ifri«t JSD:iS decrees awl twenty minutes Kaat one \ Ccet to a white oak. ti.enco by land ot, hundred and fifteen and nve-tenthb i Ira W. Fast Nwth 22 doKi'eos and 52 j feet B 43 dcprrees 20 nmnutes E. 11R 5 j mlTvutc-M liibt 1CK8.4 feet to the place f e e t ) ; t.icnce botilh eighty-two degrees ' of beg'in.nins, tontalninK "i3.S7 acrea. and n ^ e m J n u t P ^ K'tst seventy-^even ; Exceptinqr and, reservinx tho Pltta- and fifty-live one-ituni.reriith f e t t IS, ^2 J burg-h or nine foot vein o-t coal, wiUi clcyrees ~ minutes K. TT.TiR f e e t ) . tJience ' appurtenaivt mining 1 rij^nits, liaretofore South fiftj-three dfthrees and t w e n t y | conveyed to Francis Rocks, minutes, East tH e r umlrod and s i x t y - ] On the said tract of land are erected a dwelling; house, barn or stable, and ot^ior outt'iiUdin^tf, Undcrl inp the said tract of land is aibout tort; HO) acres of the thin vein of civU overlyingr the su-Id nine foot vein, Second:--Beginning at a post in UIQ of land of \V H fkj^royer. tlience b^ said ??chroor 3 land North S3 degrees and i.'" minutt3 Un-st 107J.5 feet to a. post; t)ioni:e by same South IS degrrees The death of Charley Mitchell, former middleweight champion ol England, adds one more name to denth'^ recent toll of ring celebrities. Mitchell started, professional fightins when he was in his teens and rapidly rose to be champion ot England. Jn 1883 he was brought to America to meet John L, Sullivan, and ho was tlie first man to knock that -famous warrior down. Their bout at Madison Square Garden was stopper! by the police In the third round. In 1SSS they fought a famous 30-roimd battlo i « to a draw In ChanUUy, France., .Five years later Mitchell -was knocked out by Corbett in three rounds. Mitchell. _ whose photograph Is shown herewith, made frequent trips to the United States and was long a picturesque as- nrfe in the sporting worlds on both sides of the Atlantic. . * These are the men who died wfshfn "the last year: Bob fltzslmmcns, John L Sullivan, GoTern, Billy Mnd.den, manager of Sul- HT«D and Mitchell; Charity TVhlto, referee, and Frank Gotch, champion wrestler. one- feet t-S ."t degrees 20 minutes K 7iRl f«et to s'.ones: tlience South L h t r ' i ^ , six decree tint! t ^ e n t y - ^ v e minutes "\Vest --.Ix hundred s.n»l foi t y - f l v c and fifteen one h u n d r e d t h feet (S 3G de- ; grees l'~ mini:tes "W. 64," 1.1 fcetl to a stake', thence South el^h'iy-two de- prec-s and ten minutes We-*! eleven h u n d r e d an-il thirteen and se^ c n t y - n \ o orn- hundreirli feet S. ^ A^'-ess H) minutes \V. I l l : : 7." f e e t ) to pc-s: t h e n c e by formerly of G corse Ox North fort\ -!i\ e rteprees »nd U i i r t y - f U o m i n - utes "West fourteen hundred anil sixty- f o u r ami pit teen one hundredth feet (X 4,1 deiciees ."in nlnutc= W HG4.1G fee-O * to a po'nt in the public road JfHfiinj; fro". Sandy 11 olio\v School Huuse to Viinderbilt ami i-rner to othoi lands of Htteli D Shall^nberg-or tiencc Xort/i s-ixty-nin** ripir'-eeh. and t w e n t y - f o u r minutes "West three h u n - dred aril fiftv and forty-six hundrt-dUi fet-t (X (( decrees 2f m i n u t e s E Mft (fi feet) 'o a point In road; the-ice along, said rood N o r t h fifty-»even aerrees nn-o nineteen minutes Eiast two h u n d r e d and sc^ e'ity-six arc! t\%enty-*our one h u n - dreJth feet (.N. T.T degree's 10 minute- 4 ) K i!7C 24 feet) to a point in the public road, corner of lands conveyed by Huffh D. Sljailenberjrer to Norton £. Plia41en- berger; thence alony the dividing line of aa!d lands North forty-"ve Cegreeii fird seven minutes West eifirhi^en h u n i dred thirteen ami seventy-three one ' hurrdrfdth feet (N. 13 decrees 7 min- j utes \V 18IK.7T1 f e e t ) to trie place ot besrin-ilnp, oontalninjr s c v o n t -elg-ht i and one hundred and t h i r t y - f o u r thou(7 1-t) at-rps. Evreptin-f? and Reserv ln,R all the coal known o« thf Connells^lli or« foot vfin uf cnkitiR coal underiving pa«d trae.t of land, together w f t h the m i n i n g rights and prlvJIeKt-^ Ji-j so., forth in doed from I-eqier Shaln nor-rpei aid Air no-, ir, SliaPenticrKer h:« irife. to I". Mvers Xull. dntod June 2.1 1S7!. recorded in Ueed Book ".S,-iii;p 371. Sot on.d --All that certain piece 01 par-H "T ground sltua.t^ and lying in Dunbar Tovms'iip, Fuyttc County, Ponrrsylvanla Bounded and des-cnbed OVFR DRflFT UVtrt UnKr I '^Ll«t of Player* Over Limit Includes Bill KMIIfer, Frank Eaker and Zimmerman. While dally reports announce the fact that some major league star h«. been chosen in the select !ve drn f i, there are a great many classy players In the majors who are far above the age for selective sen-Ice. The following players In the major leagues are above the draft age limit: Jimmy Austin. Frank Baker, Jnck ·Collins, Gravvy Cravnth, Take Dnu- bert, Larry Doyle. Arthm Fletcher. Charley Herzog, Heinle Zimmerman, -Larrr Gardner, George Gibson, Ivan Howard, BUI Killlfer, John Lohert. Sherwood Magee, Fred Luclem.-., " George McBrftle. Eddie Plank, Jack Murray, Dodo 1'nskert, Frank Schalte, Bert Shotten, Oscar Stanage, Terry Turner, Jimmy Walsh, Leon Ames, Larry Cheney, Eddie Cl-otte, Jnck Coombs. James I/evacder and Harry Sallee. _ Kddie Plank" l»~the~Ke?Tor of~the veteran squad of exempts the family Good Book accrediting him with forty- two summers. George Gibs-m probably Is the only one with a sonjn the army, Gibson evidently got an'ecdy start In the matrimonial game, as he DOW IB only "going: on" thirty-eUhc. the sira" nge as OnOe Pftsfeerr. Ornvvy CCK- vath and Frank Schulte :irc Jn their thirty-sixth years, if the records arc tnie. line of lands of A C. Sliprr^rd and at corner of other l^nds of H f». Shallcn- ber^cr. thence alcnp; line of s^id JT. D Shallwibcrjrcr rf^uth 4~ deij"~oes 7 rrin- u t r t Kr^tt 1 ri ^L'J~i fpet tn a P«SL on wiJt! Shailenbppger's line: t h e n c t - South -til dejr-ee? "tl" m i n u t e s West about OiM feet to a point on land* of the K C, t'rick j Coke Company, tlience aloni? the Mn«* ot «iid Prick Coko Campanj N o r t h ·*."» decrrecs 3.T minutes "West 1'iSl.^Ti fcot to a *t-ike in line of lands ti A. C. Shcr- ra'-d thpncr North if degrefp SIi -n-in- utes Iit«t «(M :{Q feot to tl-n place of tsesinning, and containing about 33 acres. * Se!/.c-d a-l irtken 'n exei~u ton as the property yf n n S'hallcnberKor. one ot fie defe/idants at the sail of Philip G and S minutes Enat tUTi fe thence tij* sane South 31 decrees and ."!(i m!nut«a Wont 13023 fee-t to a staKC, Lhenco by sa-inc North IT dosreea and ·^ minutes tbt 3S4.1 feet to the place of besinninR, conttiinins- 1 I 11 acres lixc'-'pttng J-nii reserving 1 the Pltts- burgli or nine foot \ eln of. coal, tvlth uppu-tunant mining rlsh,ta, heretofore s-old to Francis Hocka. Selzftd and tak«n In ext-cutlon EUJ UIP proprty of J-. C. Co\er at the suit of fra W Fa«: ,md Allen J. Fa«:. AdmJn ii.txa.tors of Jax.o-b Co\ er, deceased. D. W. Henderson, Attorney. Alias FI. F.u No. 44. June Term, 1018. Sur Judgment N*o W. M.iroh Torni, 1017 Seartfc-ht Kelley vs. W-llHam P D. Kelley. All the riKtit, title. Interest, claim, property and demand of Uie de-femiant, , \VilliiLm P D Kellcy. ia and to all that ' c u r t a i n piece ur parcel o-t land witua-lc , In .M'-naJliin Towiiffhip, Fae-UL' County, j Pc^iitiyUAnVa. boiindod a-nd descrlbea a« follows: i £U che center of a ttventy- [ two fort »treet or roadway rannlri^ hetweer Lhls lot and the V-^i of Hani.iUi Pov. ell ulto the center o: a t w e n t y foot all»'y, rnnn)nK bet^fen C. B Beal's lot a-nd lit of said Hannah Pwcll ana ' alon«r t!»* north end of Uii«i lot, ihence ! u.lutiir ihe c viter of .«ald tvventy-n7L foot street In a eo'.itherly direction j 108 f eet to .1 atuke at n point parallel witii the ?oiUhern line of Uiu said JiannaJi P o w e l l s lot. tfien-c* In a nen-1- erly direction alon^ th« nortti srfd« of an alley. ri.rinltiK between th ( i« Id a-nd lot of M-trrpirot lilack 101 feet to Una of Il'cJiard H Urown, thcnco b the san^e In a n w r i h e r l j dirtcUon 1'-S feet to a stake in the c e n t e r oC Uic nrst me.'icJfi.'iel t i v e n t y fui fllle , thence by the in an easterly dlrwrtion 1U1 feta to Uie of botrinninff; oou- t a f n i n p lU.OUS square tec'., excepting and rewfv Ins therefrom hov. eror, tho free and undJ.-tturtted rlRn: LO travel over all streots n.nd alleys belonging to the abov- dertrrlLc.l tract, granting ' to tht 1 a-Ul second p.irty U»e »arae prlv- ; lieges a« Uie saJd party oi the first part has from the abo-\ e described premises to the public road. The rj^ht to clo^e up the wo.-«l cnl of said twvn- 1 ty foot allev by Jt jr-ttc. fcm-" or other- i^es is erected s. t\vo-siurj olfch-room frame riwoi Inpr houao. P! Fa N'o. 20, Ji Judjrment No ne Term 15)18 Sur Term. 101-i t Srrcnmd whi.-Ji wiw. conve-ywl to WUHn-ni P D. Kellc-y and Mary j K e l l r y h|s v. ifp, b df-'d of Mart A lielfor, *her- i(T of t'aye te tlattsi March C, OOTITP I'nttervon \ s Jas Ttlciiey. i 1'HiT. .intl loccr'ted in Sheriff's Ueed First:--All the r l f f h t , t i t l e , IneiP-fat mok. Volume 1T.O, p.t.gc ^::7, Uie aair and claim i,f the dcfu'icliin-t In and to all iCary .1. Ki'lloy having uteti in-t^Kia.10 :hat tfrtafn ptocs tf ground situate iUirrsh I'l, J!00, Uie saW VVHHft-ra P, D and lyln*? in Maj«»ville, Oonnellavillo Kelley. her hnUtnd, surviving, tu Township, Cuiinty of Faett. and Su.tu , wliom" title to SJ.M property thi-roby of Penns"!v,j.nla, bounded itnd deacrltied i became vested absolutely f o l l o w i n g . On trie North hy larvd, of Jacob Wiltrout ten (10) rods on the i\*e»lf by .in alley (''(c'nt ( ^ J rod-a, on tho riouth by I'aint«r Street ten ( 1 0 i rods; on t'u- Kat-L I'i' land of Jacol) WJHrout c-Irhi S) rod", containing: one-half acre. Beins: known In p^in of Jot« as !a!d out b.. the Ac*mmi9tratlon of Col. Israel Xo. 4, i'-c foiitnern half Bcln^ the, name premises v^hlcb wero- conveyed to Mary Klchey by rjeed of Jacob "\V11- Lrout, Pt lit an-I win devised to James Seised and taken in execution as the property of William I 1 . D K.eiie Kt the suit ol Seariffht Ktilei'. UNCLE SAM'S ALL-STAR TEAM Most Excellent Machine CMuld Be Put Together With Many Players in Navy and Army. It Cncle Sam wnstcd to put n team Id the National or American League races he could s?t up a stnr team with the many players who have entered the military and naval,service in the last few months. He could cboose as his pltrhers, I"'effer, Sht»rrod Smith SoconU --All that certain lot of ground situate In Connellsvllle TOWTI- t- i!;i, C un.ty of I^ayettc aid Slate or Ponn*'. I van) a. bounded anil described n3 follows: On the \Vost V»y Sycamore Street fifty . ("(/ f r e t . fr. the Nortli by l-md 01 j .lames Ric'iey pl»chty-flve CS") feet, on tJ P Lant by lands of .Tames Klchey ftftv f.'fli f n e t . r n t h e SouLii Ity Jumfe of N-iac Splker eighty-five fsr) feet, belli;? lxL No. IT !n Fnint»r's Plan of I Lois, LOK*"5-hpr with c h u r c h b u i l d i n g s 1 and apiuirtenar.foq t'icreunto brlons- j Jirr. R f i r j r t h c- '.amp lot of ground as i com cvrd by Froilerfck t: Ch.i!far.t, 1 II. sh Kheriff of Kayettc County, to ] tl-iv of Mj.rch. 18 f| 7 and recorded In the Pritho-iotary's Office (if FayeUe Cour.- ^£3-. Pennsv'v.iniw in Sheriff's Peed Bo.jk, Vol ime 4, pase 1,TT. V i i r r t -- A t ! tint certain lot or piec- 1 of l.infl si-uatr- and 'ylntr in tfie Town- 1 ili'p of ConnellBvlllc C i u n t y of Kav- 1 ed ind df-s. rlbed as follows, t n - w i t Saul lot k n o w n us |nrt of Lrot No. Sf « in Ca-m^^'c', Addition, fronting on Uir- 1 South snip of Marietta Street f o r t y il r tin-win FT back rcserv E. .1. Jtj'crwinlel, Attorney* L H. Bro-v. ntield, B.*a# Goodsteln and No. 15. J u n e Term, l«ih E D Dr. J. f" Cogan, now lor the use of N. 1-1 Ckirwood vs Wi'Uaia E, Wiggins Defendant. Fi. J'a. ^ur. Judfrinent No 2f»S. June All iiie ris"ht. ttt'io, interest and claim rtf the defendant In and to all tha,t certain lot of land sltuuxe in the Second "Ward ?f ihf JJoroug"" *- U n i o n town. Ka.yette fount . Pennwylvania, ind known .11 J.ot Xo. 47 in p'an of lots Jiuld ot*t by th? Lenox hfirs, and men particularly bounded und described AS fol- ·ws. Baffinnir at a point on tho SovMs uido of Mill view Streoi and corner of Lot "o." -!C. thence alon^ the line of wUrt Lot Xo 10 South '£?, decrees ."·! mtnutc* West one hundred flftei u (Liri) I eel to a f Jiirteen fo^-t alley t.ionce .Llontr said alloy South G(J degree-a -7 minutes E,is.t forty ( t O ) fr-et to corner of Lot Xu l.S, thence along the J J n e of Lot ^o. 4S North 2:J degrees V,l iraln- utos fixst DIP hundred ilttcon (11.")') f £ et to JlillMew Street, tneuce alons said Mill view Street Nortn (5T dcprcc« 27 minute 1 - West forty (4.0) feet to -Jie place of Ixtrinn 1 !"S. CQ n taJ ning forty- six hindrfd (4GWt) square feet. Exccptlrg- and re^rvlns. however, thereciut and therefrom all thr ninft foot or Conne'.IsvHle ve'n of coal, mii- fnfr rl^htf* and privllefrea, tt^, as set forth in tleed of James Lenox, pt ux, et al to .r. V. Thomrpson, January n, 1002, reco-cicd in Deed Book JOS, page S9. play ttrst; Barry, of Athletics, thlrd.j nnd Mnranvlllc. of the Braves, short-1 pr ,,p C .rty ot t' stop. Lewis and Shorten of tlie Red i GeonTo Pnttcrson. Sox. would find n place In the outfield,' *» would Jacobson, of the Browns i ' T. II Hudson, Attorney F:ic Xo. -10, June Term, Some team, you will admit 10JS The St. Louis Cardtna's have sent Pitcher Henry Robinson back to the Little Rock club of t i e Southern leajue. Sherilf's S The to! lowing describe I w HI be exposed to sale bv* 'Howard, Sheriff of Fayett - Co , Pa., SATURDAY, J V S E 1, 101S, at 10 o'clock A. 5t . at the Court Sur lev Sur Judg-ment N'o 501, June Term, Clj,rk Hasertv. AsslRnc, vs. A JI C. '/Aon C? ur^h of Umontovfr, Fenn^yl- \ a n l a . All the flpht, title, interest and claifn of the defendant In and to .ill certain piece or parcel uf land sit- uatt? in t h e FnurUi Waid former! y the Second TVard) of the City town, f a y e t t e county* Ten fr*»ntinff ··- veet more or les 1 M n l n Direct f formerly the National I'itc), .intl r u n n i n g back preserving Lhe rime ivjdtit SO feet, more or less Eelner the samp land which was co veyrd to tho trustees of Uie A Zinn C'-urc^-i, and t h e i r successors In office, by ilPed of Daniel lxvner, Apr'l J7. 1^(-0 and recordrd '.11 the Re- corvier'a Office nt Fayette County, Pennsylvania, i:i Deetl Book, Volume -S, pn.fru -i'.2, anfl by dee.i of Joseph Benson and wife, dated Fobmary '-·'·, 1R5T, and rec^r.lod in t h y Itwordtjr's Office of Payotie Countv, Pen-j^\ IvanJa, Deed B^xik. Volume 11, pacrc "T2. Seized and taken In execution rj the p:opertj- of the l(rfendnn.t a-t tho «uit of "A great net of mercy drawn through an ocean 0} unspeakable pain" What does it mean to you to know that your American Red Cross: Is supporting: 50,000 French children. Sends supplies to 3,423 French military hospitals. Provides 2,000 French hospitals with surgical dressings. Is operating thirty canteens at the front line. , Is o-crating six other canteens at French railway junctions, serving 30,000 French sok'.ers a day. Operates a movable hospital in four units, accommodating 1,000 men. Is operating a children's refuge in one part of the war zone; and in another a medical center, and traveling dispensary, both capable of accommodating more than 2,000 children. Has opened a long chajn of warehouses stocked with hospital supplies, food, soldiers' comforts, tobacco, blankets, etc., all the way from the seaboard to tbi Swiss frontier. Has warehouse capacity for 100,000 tona. Has 400 motor cars and operates 7 garages, making all repairs. Had shipped 46 freight car loads of assorted supplies to Italy from France within two weeks after it began operating in the former country. Had a battery of motor ambulances at the Piave front four days after the United States declared war on Austria. ' Started a thousand different activities in Italy at the time that nation -was In its most critical condition. Has established 5 hospitals in England and operates a workshop for hospital supplies employing 2,000 women. And that 120,000 cases of supplies have been received at the Paris headquai^ ters of the American Red Cross from your various chapters scattered throughout the United States. What does all this mean to you? And that is but a fraction of the work your Red Cross has done and is doing. It means that without this ceaseless, heroic work of the American Red Cross we could never win this war. .' Without your Red Cross quick, vital help to keep Italy in the fight for Liberty would not have been possible. Without your Red Cross thousands of French soldiers now gallantly fighting for you at the front would have died of wounds, exposure and lack of food. And great and wonderful as has been the work of the American Red Cross in the past, still greater and more wonderful must it be in the future--for now your boy is in the fight. Your Red Cross cannot neglect Prance, England, Italy, Serbia, Roumania and little Belgium. It must give them all constantly increasing help, for the men of these countries have been fighting our battles. But now we must all redouble our efforts and sacrifices for our Red Cross because a million mothers' sons are going to carry the stars and stripes to the greatest victory God has ever given to men fighting for honor and liberty. With the help of your Red Cross your boy will win. ~\V. J. Johnson, Attorney. Jn the Court of Common ricos o: Fayette Couiuy, PormftyHaiUa. No. 300, J u n e Term, I91«. n. Fa No. 53, J u n e Term, 1IUS, E. D. Vivian P Jol'nsrin vs John O Clark and Harry K. Mitchell. V i v i a n D. Johnson vo John o. Claris. (now the City of Umontoivn), Kay cute ' J u n e Term, 191S Cou-ity, Pe-- nsylvaivia. 'nuiuied ,.nJ de- ' All the rffiiit, title, si ribcd .IH folU'rt s Bes.nnJ'iy or Faj «tte ^n tret whei N tl'onco \\ itti said Winterbo^oin's lot No-rth'iVTirfl sLvtj-tuo /eet and t-i\ inches to thfc coiner of p-ropertj o'vs ned *'\ oC JtK n ti Webster, o£ the defendant in and tu a.11 that cer- lot 01 piece of land situSxte M ihc- 1 -1 rTlltJi \\ art! ( foiijior ly Uie Tn ird "\V-i-rd), of 'Jie City of Unloatown (for- i n u i ' y the Borough of Unjoitou-ji) Fa - c t t f C o u n t j P(.'n'iJlvanJ,L on tne buu-f, le of a street laid out by Georye A A P. Austin, Attorney. L e v. Fa c. Xo 4S, J u n e Term, 1!) 18, Sur. Judjrment No, liS, March Term, 1916. JSHxa Sinft-''. for use of Pact-r s. KaJna, vs. Peter A Johns. All tl'e right, title, interest and claim of the defendant in and to all that certain lot or parcel of Kfound*"^ituatc on the northwest s'de of Stt. Vernon Ave- of U'".- Pennsy'\tinia, bounded ind tlev^riheil an folio?, ^ I3etri:inin^r on said side of sa-id t i\e- nu« at thi Intorseetlon therew^LI) of of U n i o n - [ n u e [n U]G Borouprh (now nsylvania. | l o n t f v v n ^ ayet:p County, --iKt i JO ,j n( jp,j i n f j [icv.-rihed a i ial ttefTkmlni? on said side n) ^ nu« at thi intorseftion tht ss ^southwest line oC a twelve foot illey County, Jn Plan Boik No 1 page 25, "" 'and runrir.T thence alo^p: ff-iid side of ipnn which said lot Uiero are e~ectiMl said alle\ North 4f 1-4 degrees West 14."i feet, more or less to a ten-foot alley, tlirncp alons said t*n-foot aliev South 49 3-4 deirrees TVe-*-t tS f"et t? Lnt No. :: in plan of lots t,ud out b' tho executor of Clark Brfa^lilnp, deceased. thsnce by said lot No, " Sout'i 41 1-4 dnfrrecs Ea«t 145 feet more or less, n ia-ltl Mt. Verno". A% enue, and ' n f thence aJonfi 1 saW nvenue? North -JS ,1--» ! dejrrces Iktst -IS fee-t to the plncc of be| Elnn-lny, contn. l n5nfr 016ft square leit, ( more or less, he-fnp- TXJ: No. 4 in the j plan of loti a.Corp-Rai'cl, on whicn Is i erected a l*rfre hrtck (Ii\elllnn and oui- Sterllnfr, Hlfrhee Jtathewa. Attya. I bulldinps In the Court of Common Picas of i Seized and tnlcen in execution as the described j F-uyeite County. Pennsylvania Pi. Fa j propertv of tho defendant at the suit of rtr.ln lut or piece oJ! land situate in the City of Vnioniown. Farette County, Pennsylvania, bounded and de- surlbod as fellows, to-wit: Fran ting 00 feet on Walnut Street ami running" back the Fame width 1-Vi, feet to an alley, and l«i bouitacsl on tlie ; east by an .illey and on the ^'est by Lot No 58: being lot Xo 07 in tl^t. plan ' of lots laid by M«Ol«Uan*l, Pla - ; ford aid Boyle, Witch ulan IK recorded ' in the Recorder's Office of Fayette - M K 'J'arked Nu n out, ana is thirtv e t .,!) f**t,t IronL on KL/-J avt," 4 uu oJ-tL-nii 1 - Uie j=d.nt; w J d J i liboui i t j -fc-ii a;id one-'.-iJf (RG 1-2 fe^ t-'n ( i m foot a! e on the tfouth is b o u n d e d on IT, t N o - 1 ; i o i t r on ·sud .Lvemie. on the Ei-M. by l^ot No id Jn the West by L«H No 1^ Carr Carr. Atto-neys. F~i Fa Xo. 15, June Term, tfHS Judpir«-nt No. 175, Jtnie Term. 1015. Fhlllp G. Og-levee vs. It. D. HhaUen- b»rger and J. C. Moore. First:--All the rlsht, -HIo. Interest Chirk Ha^orty, Assignee. and clajm o? the defendrnt. In and to i . all that ee-rtam tract of bind situate in rmnbar Tovn^rlp. Fayette County. Pcnnsyjvanla, bounded : nd and Harry N Mitchell. FI. Pa. No. 51. i the heirs IUP.C Term, IfllS. Sur Judgment No. I b j loib of stM 1\'el«tci | A«oC ^-in-cl- .n.t :UjU June Term, 101H heirs, J o h n A i'mU'etle and .lueph A v c u u u . ^^.d ]t*t All tho rlK-b.t.'title, interest and claim Jackfaon o 1 c uml-ed Uilriy-eeect fct ! 1» .ilan of loU- la o-f the defendants In and to all thu t or tliercaboutt LO Hie simtU^eit come- tnn*e t » t j A'ct i of aa-d JaoktiOn'a lul a.rl a ton-foot al- ' i n n oj-t^nii 1 - b.u-k ley, thence aloiit; iaid allev a- c liuji- j eifr died forty-i' let feet or tlieroaiioiLLs to ' to tsa-'il I''ayette rfLiect thenoi 1 liabtw.i-rd ' -mi along" said sU'eiM. a!xiv ioei to the lJ of bey-innint; JJe.nj- the taM. lot of ' lo la-nd conveyed to Uie 5^-id J i l s o n Dout- E\ci.,Ji.iiy a.nd rebel v j n ^ , li,\\ e\ t-r, lasa lij Iecd of Jamc-- P Waite-bu' w; ther( a-d tlHTef'-oiu the aa.i anO and \iife. daltJ t h e . da.? jC , nino-.U« u - d f i ! j n f j wild lot, t-j^u-t'ij: l^TC. a n d iiiCorUt;a in IJted liuuk Vol- v. t: ,« r l » h t tu inJ.-'t, e-.trac: am' u t n i IUf. j«ige I4S. Jii-pf-t vf thi* Tilio'c oi ,-«*»j co'i' ana LxcepUnjr find rererviiif?, ho.vever, ' uu», LJ.O saijt, havnyj previoual; thereout and Uierefrom il! tiie n i n e btcn b !d ' f o o t \ o ' u of coal kiiov.n as the C o n - [ Belus-r the s une lot uf land con\ e ti ne.lsville cokirs coal and all c o i l n ' to I h - -^a-ii J o h n O Clark D deod 01 i and undurijing- the saJd n i n e foot \ c.n j 12ffm H McCleh^'nd am: wife, dated 1 of coal, tosethor ^tuli the i n l n i r i ? ri^nt-, March 27, 3'Jll, rtrcord^ot in the _te- i as f u l l y set forth In deed of the sud corr 1 ^- 1 -. Off ce o' Fuyelty County, ' JUson DnL,K-las to I t i o H C J'"n.» Coke Ppn-nsvj.a-'j.i, ii: b t e^ Douk. \ oj'j/nc compviny, d.Lle.l A p r i ' Ji, 1M1', uul re- KTJ ]i i,;e J^corded in Ieeil Brolc 112 p^-i^e . I I I , L'pon tnti abovp de-^' nhed ^t ot land ! Upon th* above rlc^cribej premrso^ I Ic oroctcJ - ffcoj /our-rooni frame are e-r( cterl a f r a m e d w e l l i n g h n u e e | lv.*'hnRT hou-- f r a m e dw^llinff houses, -with bath -o(MTi and other modern CMuvcntonce 1 - fvcceptlnfr ,and" reserving, hwever thorout and U'e-retrom all me Pitts- bur^Ji or lliver vein of coal u n d e r l y i n g s.i'd lor ·mth al! mining- rights ffp'z^rl anc 1 taken fn oxecntion aa Uie property of John 0. Clark at fie suit of Vivian D. Johnson. AH Uic nffht, title, interest and da4in of the dcfeiidanti i^ a-Td to all th«.t certain piece, parcel or tract of land situate in Uie Borouph of Ohiopyle. Favotte County, Pennwylvnnfa, and nwre iiarlicukiTly bounded and de- »ca iliea :uj follows: -Vll of lot N-U"ibtjr Tweav., (12) situ ate tn the lioruutfi, of crnopvie, ro^r- Dt-ijj Kills Cil, FityuLte CouDty, Fesn- sy,\uni:i, on tljo :iorUi side of Yoiig-:i- io^lien\ River Said lo; fronting- fifty 10} fc?l un the norUi side of Gerrett St-eo-t .ind ruining- back northward and «u ris-hi an^lfts thereto one liundred eifChLv-fu-ir O S 4 ) ftet -o a twenty (20) foot alley, and bountltd on the west by lot now 117 formerly of Thomas Thorp*, ind on the east by lot now or formcrlj of R. S. McCrum, beinj? thn wtme con"- Toyci] lo J. W. Chuck by Alexander Ji. Coushnr.our **t ux, bv deed dated the SOU daj of Auf?iiat. l,s')7. and recorded i:: t 1 *· llvcn-rirr's Otfica i*l layette County in 35eed Book, Volume J34, n,r pape 122 ^oiKed and liken in execution as U e propf-tv of the«nu at the rutt of Archie Grcndle. and o-t'ier outbuildings. Seized and taken I'i e\ecution aa tlir p-roparty of I h e defendant at tho suit H. Clark , Pe l 7ed and taken in execution prope-ty of the of Thonws. Brov n!5el5 . the Cojnlllion oC i«nlr--Ten per cent of the purchase money, or a aurticnint;nt tu jxiy all costi. if the 10 per · c e n t Is not enoush, shall be ]iuid t j '. the Sheriff when thv ;irupt;-ty is strick- I tn off Others i-e the property -will be at :Jie suU , . « follows: Beginning at a jnst in Uie - 4:;, June Term, 1018. Sur Jud-grnent I P ttl S R M Co-rroll, F' Fa. Xo 52, June Term, LOTS, E I. o-f Johi _ _ _ Sur Judgment No. 460, JTarwi Term, " lOlg " Leonard* , .".U^rneys John H. Clark vg. Jilaon txmjra.*- U. M CarralJ, -Atto-nc\. Fi F.t Nn "-i. . T u n - Ttnn, 3!/li. P jr. All the rlR-ht, tiUe. interest and claim In -he Court o' Corrmun Pleaa of , Juds~it."t "n 1*. Marc i Teni, ill? of the defendant in and to all tJiat cer- County, Pen«Byl-.-n.n'a Xo. | Arcnie Or en die \s Mrin I,nu.fc taJn lot of ground in Union Borougli 307 June Term, ma. Fi. Pa No. S3, Chuck a.nd J. "ft'. Chuck. sold again th- follow inp Monday at the expense and risk of. the person to whom it was struck off. who in case of defioiencj 311 such rt-.^ilc, shall make R-onfl the S3 me, the balaicf* ol the pur- rbiic money must bt paid before Weil- n e ^ O a j ol the TirM \v t CK of June Court 1018. the da of acknowledy- meat uf She r.fE deeds. THOMAS 1* HOWARD. Sheri*.

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