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Indiana Progress, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1923, Indiana, Pennsylvania f fcgti T1TE INDIANA PROGRESS NOVBMBBR TBS INDIANA FROCHfflM LargreMt an1 OUlewt In the A S A Editors nnd Froprtetxri Entered as Second Class Mutter at Indiana PoBtofflce October 26 1006 H 0 250x PHONES Bell All Resolutions Obituary Curds Of and Poetry cnarged nt ol SBVKN C1M4TS a 11ne Ciish rangt uc oompuny copy In all ousts Address nil and all payments to The lu TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year 20 Nine months Jl50 Six months Three months 60c Wednesday November 7 102JJ COUNTYS INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT LAST YEAH WERK 1 mm i LIU JJi Ullll Will IJC US Minos and Quarries Produced Great follows in addition to ribbons Bulk of This Amount in 2 Tho best ten exhibits will bo selected for the state Hhow at Bulk of This Amount Harrisburg Nov trial establishments In Indiana coun ty in 1922 turned out products hav ing a value of as com and Fyock Make 400 Club Two more Indiana county farmers pared with in 1921 achave qualified for membership in the cording to figures made public today 400 club by producing Secretary of Internal Affairs James Potatoes on an acre bushels Secretary of Internal Affairs James Potatoes on an acre William S of Marion Center produced F Woodward following the comple tion of an industrial survey of the district made by the Bureau of Sta tistics and information of the Penn sylvania Department of Internal Af fairs The result of the survey show ed that the value ot the countys in dustrial products last year increased per cent over tho preceding year The figures as given by Secretary Woodward show that products to the value of or 52 per cent of the total were shipped to points outside of Pennsylvania for sale and distribution In 1921 products ship ped from the county to points outside of the state were valued at 800 or 42 per cent of the total Indiana county last year had 197 industrial establishments represent ing 46 different kinds of production In 1921 there were 174 plants report ed to the Department of Internal Af fairs The establishments last year gave employment to persons or per cent more than in 1921 Of these workers were American whites 137 were Americans colored and were foreigners There male employees and 155 female workers in industry These persons were paid in wages last year or per cent more than in 1921 the males receiv ing while the female employees were paid In addition to the wage earners there were 688 salaried employees last year who were paid or 1 per cent less than in 1921 The salaried workers increased in num bers slightly less than 7 per cent With the addition of tho salaried there were persons engaged in industry in the county in 1922 as compared with in 1921 The combined wages and sal aries amounted to 01 per cent more than the preced ing year The capital invested in In diana countys industrial establish ments last year readied or 24 per cent above the invested capital in 1921 Mining and quarrying proved to bo the higgest producing class in Indiana county this class of industry repre senting product valued at 500 Metals and metal products had a value of and day glasi and stone products were worth Other industrial classes had these values Building and contract ing chemicals and allied products food and kin dred products loath or and rubber goods hover ages lumber and its reman Ufacture paper and print ing industries textiles and textile products tobacco and its products miscellane ous including 400 worth of beehive coke Some quantities produced in Indi ana county lastyear included pounds of confectionery gal lons of ice cream tons of man ufactured ice rubber tiros rubber tubes tons of bituminous coal cigars and tons of beehive coke GIPSY Mrs Wm Hoffman visited her hus band who is a patient in the Clear field hosital Wednesday Mrs F W HOSB Mollie and Leon ard Hess were soppers in Punxsutaw ney Saturday Mrs Lynn W Smith and children visited at the Frank Tyger home on Friday Mr and Mrs Weaver spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ord Bartlebaugh Mrs J B Salsgiver of Brookvillo spent Sunday with Mrs Beulah Cas sidy Mrs G U Webster is a patient in tbe Clearfleld hospital A number of people attended the pie social at Arcadia Friday night held by the Montgomery high school Mrs Kirl Darr visited Mrs Felix Friel OH Thursday Mr and Mrs A W Jones and chil dren were callers in Arcadia Thurs day evening Mr and Mrs 1 D Gorman were at Indiuuu Friduy A Strong Newspaper romblnation at Reasonable Price for II D Headers One of the bent npwsuisper combi nations ever offered persons residing Along R P routes is The Prog ress Pittsburgh Daily Gazette and National Stockman gad Farmer all threw papers one year for only This offer is good for either old or now subscrib ers We can substitute The Pitts burgh Daily Post for The Gazette Times iryou prefer it The Gazette Times is a Republican paper and The Post is a Democratic paper Both are good newspapers Cash must accom pany all orders Address Tbe ludi Corn Potato Grain and Apple Show The annual corn potato and apple show will again be held at the time and placn of tho County Poultry As sociation Show The date is Decem ber 18 19 20 21 The place is the new Armory at South Sixth street and Wayne avenue This yoar tho show will bo extend ed to include wheat oats buckwheat ryo and eggs Tho Savings Trusl Company will again pay tho premi ums Ribbons will also bo awarded to first second and third places Exhibits may bo loft at or sent to the Farm Bureau office after Docom ber 3rd or brought to tho Armory on tho morning of December 18th Premium lAstt Yollow Dont Corn j White Cap Yollow Dent Russott Potatoes White Skin Potatoes Ten ears make an exhibit Onehalf peck of potatoos Appios each named plate of 5 75c 60c Thero will also be a boys and girls class for potato club members The five members who placed highest in each of the 14 potato dubs in the county will be privileged to show in this class The premiums will be as Harrisburg to bo held in January 412 bushels on an acre S L Fyock Son of Clymer R D 1 produced 418 bushels on an acre C C Pol locks yield was reported in a previ ous issue his yield being 423 bushels per acre All three of these parties who qualified for the 400 club used Michigan Disease Free Russets sprayed thoroughly and followed the most uptodate practices of cultiva tion and fertilization When the average yield of potatoes in Pennsylvania is only 100 bushels per acre a yield of 400 bushels seems almost phenomenal However it is not extraordinary where the best known scientific practices are follow ed Indiana county has as many pos sibilities in the production of potatoes as practically any other county in Pennsylvania PUBLIC BAJLES Tuesday November 13 at oclock on the farm of H R Golden 2 miles east of Penn Run 2 cows Shorthorn bull calf 3 months old eli gible to register registered Duroc brood HOW 2 fat hogs 300 Ibs each 8 shoats 5 Poland China pigs chick ens 1918 Ford ton truck completely overhauled 2 h p Witto gasoline engine with double tubpower wash ing machine 200 shocks corn house hold goods and other articles II R GOLDEN I C MYERS Auctioneer At the farm of Harvey W Moose 5 miles south of Ponn Run and 5 miles north of Drushvalley neai Stakes church Wednesday Novem ber 14 at 12 oclock 5 bond horses 8 head cattle Berkshire hogs 4 shoats brood sow 60 chickens farm machin ry and vehicles 2 Va h p gasoline en gine with chopper cultivators and shovel plows 5U egg incubator and brooder store goods groceries ant fixtures refreshment lent 12x18 lot household goods hay straw corn in shock oats rye buckwheat an potatoes by tho bushel and other ar ticles HARVEY W MOOS1 H C CAMERON Anotioneer Hy S F AshhuuKh ono mik oas of Indiana on the Clymer road Siit urday November 10 at uVlock sharp thrijo head of horses including family gray uiaru 5 yours old coll t woyonrokl nut IP rogistorod Juornsoy bull Tht sin of this bull is liny HOMO Golden King Tho dam in lowolnrH lauot of Ml PeerloHH 97510 Also lieu of IHRH eonslstint v nno iogiHtora Borkshiro boar brood HOWH fat hogs shoals and pigs S F ASH HA UGH FIIKH AmiUtmwr At the residence of Jessie and Lau ru Fleming corner of Oak and Fiftl street Indiana on Saturday Novem ber 10 at 10 oclock sharp househole goods including gas range heating stovoH Kinks chairs tables sewing machine dining room sot chairs 14 rockers carpets rugs porch furni lure and KWing mirrors nnd many other household articles Also foui full liloodod White Leghorn hens JESSIE AND LAUKA FLEMING 11 W Auctioneer At tho farm of Mrs G S Ray near Ornte church six west of Indi on Tuesday November 13 at 12 oclock three head of horses tlifrec milk cows 4 shoals weight 100 Ibs each Single Comb Brown Leghorn chickens and Barred Rock pullets farm machinery and vehicles oats wheat loose hay and other articles ARTHUR RAY R W GEORGE Auctioneer At what is known as the Ramcr farm two miles enst of Shelocta and two and onehalf miles south of Ei derton Wednesday November 14 at 12 oclock sharp two head horses two head cattle 12 hogs including sow with pigs 4 shouts lot of chick ens and turkeys bees 101K Ford car farm machinery and vehicles wheat oats rye buckwheat potatoes and corn by the bushel LEASON E RAMER R W GEORGE Auctioneer tawl of Thanks We desire o thank our neighbors and friends for the kindness and sympathy extended to us during the death of our brother Joseph S Gray Also for the beautiful floral tributes and use of automobiles 45ltp THE FAMILY Notice to Hunters Notice is hereby given that hunting and trespassing on the property of the undersigned in Cherryhill township is strictly prohibited All violators will be dealt with according to law 45ltp HARVEY W SHANK Resolutions Whereas It has been the will of our dear Lord and Master to take from our midst our beloved brother John Charles Hughes of Savan Grange No 1786 therefore be it Resolved That while we bow in humble submission to His divine will we mingle our sorrow and sympathy with the bereaved mother brothers and sister Resolved That our charter be drap ed for a period of thirty days a copy of these resolutions be sent to the be reaved family spread on our Grange minutes and sent to The Indiana Pro gress WILLIAM GIBSON E E ELDER WALTER PHILIPPI Nov 7 Committee Registers Notices HCHOlutions Whereas It ban pleased our Heav enly Father to call from the Ingleside Club our oldest member Mrs W P George therefore be it Resolved That while wo deeply feel ottr loss we extend to the be reaved family our sincere sympathy and bow in humble submission to the will of Him who doeth all things well and be it further Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be recorded on the min utes of the I C of Idaho n copy thereof sent to the bereaved family and also printed in The Indiana Pro gress MRS CARL CRAWFORD MRS SARA E BARR Nov Committee Notice to Hunters We the undersigned land owners of South Mahoning township do strictly prohibit or trespass ing without a permit from said own ers Any violators will be dealt with according to law G R Nolf W B Marshall S R Marshall C B Hamilton D C Ruffner Mike Topic Joe Lecznar E E J M Crooks T B McLain Arminta McLain Angelo Frarro Thomas Armstrong H H Whitesell D E Kerr D W Rairigh Joseph Lukehart heirs Frank Rankin J M Kuhn W H Stear George Eyeier George Johnston 45ltp 45ltp Notice to Hunters Notice is hereby given that tres passing and hunting on the property of the undersigned in White town ship is strictly prohibited All viola tors will be dealt with according to law HARRY W STONEBRAKER 45ltp Indiana R D 7 Pa Notice to Hunters We the undersigned land owners of Montgomery township hereby give notice that we strictly prohibit all trespassing or hunting on our land All violators will be dealt with ac cojding to law W W GOBS Mont Getty William King Clair Shankle D L Sheesley P H Mock Woods Henry J A Getty Harry Smith 433tc Notice Apple crop is entirely sold 45ltp H W STONEBRAKER IIcrce Iierce Atorneys ADMINISTRATRIXS NOTICK Lei torn of administration on the estate of Joseph Myers Into of Jreeu township deceased having been the under signed HIOKO having claims against sail estate are requested to present them duly authenticated for seUlement and those knowing themselves to be indebted are re Miicslcil to makn prompt payment CATIIKIUNK MYKKS Administratrix II Marion Center Nov 7 Muck Attorney iimilNISTItATOItK NOTICK Letters of aihulnisl ial iim on the estate of Joseph H ray lain of township deceased having bucn tfrtintci the undersigned those having claims agnlnsl said potato mc i iireHcnl them duly ant hpiitlialcil for settlement am those knowing Ilicmscl to be Indebted an riiutHipil to malic prompt payment 1 K 1OTTS Administrators I rcoksjde It 7 lie KSTHAY NOTICK In hereby given that a black white an hound CIIIIK to the home of Dorset at iPixonvllle recently Owner oni liim hy properly paying for notice and other expenses coniipiHcd keeping him DOUSE Y KINO Dlxonvllle ia Oitobor itp nm ta King have thin with Samuel Miller Attorney NOTICK OK IRIVATK Notice Is hereby given that applicatloi will be made to the Orphans Court of In liy TriiHt of 1lttsJmrKh Ieiuisylviuilu f of ClJirence A llnthm deeased upon the ILth day of November ISVA for to sell at prl vale HII c the interest of the wild minor ir In hlHeen fourteen M an 1 flf in the Johnston plan of lots in vania county Peunsyl TUH8T COMPANY OF C October 1M He Ieclor Kelt AttornevH AHMINISTHATOH8 NOTICE of administration on the ostat or MHO A UlHshiKir lHte of owiiBhip deiinsod bmi Kranted the iiniUrsucnod Umso mivlnjf claim awalnst sal are to uro win Him duly authenticated for ment and those knowing tlumsphfs to indolitid M Indiana 1a October U FOJl SALE Trained Mine Mules in excellent condition and re leased 021 ammnt of electri fication ol mine For price and inspection see AMIEL CLEMENSON Superintendent EMPIRE COAL MINI KG Clymer Pa 452tc Notice hereby fclven that ftllovr ing accounts or administrators executors Kimrdlnnftnntl trnnteos bare been duly examined ntul pimscrt in the Kegtgtoru nnd nlll he proHmted to the Orphans Colirl for confirmation nnd allow ance on Monday December AT OCLOCK A 1 First nnd Final Account of Frank Klewnrl nnd Robert Stewart JCxra of 8 G Sctwart late Center deceased W Chnpmnn Atty 2 First nnd Final Account of W C Admr or John Ine of deceased C Chapman Atty 3 First and Flnnl Account of Tennlo Hughes Adinrx nnd ClIITord Admr of William T Hughes late of East Mnhonlng deceased W c Chnptnan Atty First nnd Final Account of Inul S Ferguson Kxr of J M Ferguson late of iJncksonvllle lioro deceased W C Chapman Atty B First nnd Finnl Account of George S Shaffer nnd Jolin tShnffer Admrs c t a of Margaret Ann Shaffer late of North Ma W C Chnpman 5 First and Flnnl Account of Uoyd C Itiwh Admr of Thomag Berry late of Ar njth Horo deceased C Clmpmnu Atty 7 First nnd Final Account of Lydla F Snyder Kxrx of Earl II Snyder late of Indiana lioro deceased K K Crops Atty N First nnd Finn Account of J H Illeh Trustee appointed by the Orphans Court trt sell the renl estate of S C Gra ham late of IJufiiiiBton deceased to pay legacies Cunningham Fisher Attys 9 First nnd Final Account of Frank M Moorhead and Nettie 11111 Ifixrs of A T Moorhcad late of Indiana lioro deceased Htiited Vy Frank K Moorhciid Cunningham Fisher Attys 10 First nnd Final Account of Alma Miller nnd John Knox Gilmore Bxrs of Mary B G Thompson deceased Tno W Cunningham Atty 11 First and Final Account of 11 D Tomb Admr of John C Tomb lute of Knst Wheatfleld deceased Harry W Knrhnrt Atty 12 FirBt nnd Final Account of Albert J Thompson Admr of John Thompson late of Blacklick deceased Fee Tomb Attys IS Supplemental Account of P J Ham Ill and G J Jlniiiill JSxrs of Paul Hainlll late of Pine deceased Fee Tomb Attys 14 First ami rnrtlnl Account of Ilobt M Fisher Admr of Tniio Shaffer late of nicksbuiK Boro deceased Ilobt M Fisher Atty First and Flnnl Account of Kdwln S Hnmill Kxr ot William M Hiunill late of Knst Mnhoning deceased Itobt M Fisher Atty 10 First and Finnl Account of I W Gas ton Admr of Caroline Palmer late of Grant deceased John Getty Atty 17 First and Final Account of Ford B CruiK Admr oC Kmlly C Craig Into of Indiana Itoro deceased Joseph N Huston Atty 18 First and Finnl Account of Mrs Minnie B Cnlhoiiu Adinrx of James S Calhoiin late of Washington TWIL deceas ed Jack Jack Attys 10 First nnd Final Account of II B McNeil Kxr of John Graves late of Salisbury Boro Jack Jack Attys 20 Second and Finnl Account of II F Kllwood and Ida M Kvans Kxrs of M M Into of Bliiirxville lioro deceased Chns 11 Moore Atty 21 First mid Final Account of Dr Geo Hunter Kxr of Susan F Wiley late of Bliiirsvillc lioro deceased II Moore Atty 22 First and Flnnl Account of Anuii Fuller Kxrx of Klam Bowder late of Montgomery deceased James Mack Atty 21 Second nnd Finnl Account of Nora M Carter Adinrx c t n of Nicholas H IIiiKiis late of Banks deceased James W Mack Atty First and Final Account of Liniilc linker Admr of J Scolt Baker late of Burrell deceased James Mack Atty Ufl First and Flnnl Account of U C Fer Kiison Gdn of John Elliott Ferguson mi nor child of S Ferguson deceased James W Mnck Atty 27 First and Final Account of L K Miller Admr c t a of James A Gordon late nl deceased U K Miller Atty 2S Mrst and Final Account of Dttnr Adinrx of Arvllla Bnlentine Into of Indiana Boro deceased K Miller Atty The Account of Arvilla lialentine Gdn of William Johnston as stated by Delar Admr of Arvilla Bnlcntino K Miller Atty First anil Final Account of Sadie W Cfiiuplicll Kxrx of Christopher A Cump licll late of Armagh Boro deceased L E Miller Atty II The Account of Charles 1 Margiotti Ailmr of deceased Charles J MiirKiottl Atty W Fist nnd Final Account of Catherine M Berkoy of I Bcrkey late of Grant deceased fierce it AMerce Altys Jilt Third and Partial Account of Jolin II Pierce Kxr of Johnston S Grillltli bun of Indiana Boro Plercij Iierce Attys Third and Final Account of Lewis A Buyer Admr d l n c I a of Peter Boyer late of Armstrong deceased Iierce Pierce Attys First nnd Final Account of Benjamin Lownmn Kxr of Margaret Ylngling late of Homer City Horo deceased Piiuco Iierce Attys First and Final Account of Alice M AllshoiiKe Adinrx of 10 late of Shelocta Boro deceased Iierce A Pierce Attys 117 First and Final Account of Elder PecJor Gdn of Mary Alice Femiell minor child of Mary Emma Fennell late of Arm strong demised Poelor Felt Attys IS First and Final Account of 11 E Sickenherger Catherine Hickonber gcr late of Center deceased ieilor it Felt Attys First urn Flnivl Account of Anne B Fnllh Admrx of John Faith late of White deceased Ieelor it Felt Attys 40 First nnd Fliml Account of Charles C Crihlis AiUiir of M Ella Crlbbs late of Ciiiiciiuiiigli deceased Ieelor it Felt AttyH I Ilrst and Final Account of Harry O VmkonbirK Kxr nf James B Kviins late of Indiana Horo deceased Peilor Felt AltJH 4 First and Final Accountof Delta Shaffer Admr of Blair II Shaffer late of White Ieelor it Fell Attys The First nnd Final Account of Ilti IlitO Artlnir Sides Adinrx c t a of Mury It Vcagley late of Green deceased John A Scott Atty 44 First ami FinalAccount of S Bruce anil Asi R McAiinlly Admrs of 1 Brown hilvof Greii UeeoiiHOd lOrnest Stewart Atty First anil Flnnl Account of Margaret Jane Bclghlcy Kxrx of Hannah M Mc tnickeii liiic nt lackHonvillo Boro dcoeus cd Kruesl Ktuwurl Atty II lirsl and Final Account of J K Bra dy Admr of Brady Into of Hanks deceased 10 Walker Sinitli Atty First and Final Account of Kimer K lladdcn Kxr of Margaret Haddeu lule if Clicrryhill deceased B Taylor Atty 45 First anil Final Account of J G Walker ICxr of A Icxaiiilcr Culkitt lale of West Maluuilng deceased and Final Account of Frank Speiice Ailuir of Silence lulu uf Crccksiilc Boro dereased i ill First niul Final Account of W T Iricc Kxr of Itachcl late of Miiilh 51 Flrsl ami Final Account of The Suv Trnsl Co of Indiana Gdn of Hluck miiinr cliilil of Wil lam K Black M Fisher Ally VJ First ami Final Account of The it Trust Co of Indiana Gdn of Horsey mlor child of Grnco late of South Malioning leccused US First and Final Account of Tlie Sar Trust Co ot ludiuaa Qiitt of WU T minor clilld ofW H Me late yonnflr deceased Cunningham FiBlier Attys 54 Flrit und Flnnl The Sat ft Trust Co of Indiana Gdn Itadnor Itarkcom minor child of Ed ward B rturkcom late of Blnlrsvllle Boro Coulter Wiggins Atty So First and Flnnl Account of The Sav ings Trust Co of Indiana Admr of Iiiclndii Bruuor lato of Bnnks de Ilerco Attys fa Jacob Jj Fisher Aty 00 and Flnnl Account of The SRT ot Odn o minor child of Ed ward N SltnpBou late of Kast Maliouinir deceased Iierce Pierce Attys M Via of The Snv i I1 of ir irii minor child of Clma Krncst Stewart Atty oS Urst and Final Account of The Sav Co of ndlann Gdn of Gojdlc Hoyors minor child of Jul lus Meyers Into of Indiana1 Boro deceased Ieelor Felt Attys J Norembor 7 102341 writs of Fl Fa issued out at the Court of Common Pleas of county awa to me d i reeled there will lE expoHed to public vendue or outcry i the Court House Indiana Pennsylrinifc Friday Nov AT l15 P RUCNSKY Of in and to all that certain piece oar de t road thence along said road grees B 50 ft to the place of 14 Vn and numbered as tot plan of lots laid out by Botsford in November 1005 in the coal of whatever kind lying and be U1der said described lot together miinlner rlshts as heretofore and reserved Deed dated Aug 20 1920 Recorded September 16 192 u Deed Book 186 pal Taken in execution at suit of J M Stewart Cashier Fi Fa Vo iu cember Term 1923 FEE TOMB dean C BIGORO C BIGORA Of in and to all that certain piece par o 39 deffrees 45 plSoX teet in front on Iranklin Street and ex tencung back equal width 150 feet to said alley in therear being lot IS o 33 the same premises GETTY J H BA1UCLEY s said Rose Alley in a NoTthwesUsr direction fortytwo ieet and Uvenfy one hundrodUia of a iooL more or less to rithtolwuy of Pennsylvania Kailroad and thence irregular or cuTved n Notierly direction along saM KiBhtolwuy two hundred flftyllve feet m k Prairie Slate Incubator by deed duUDd January 23 1918 and recorded m Uiu ofllce for the recording of DcedWn 1 diana S Doe Taken in execution at suit of Indiana 3nk Fi Fa PIERCE PIERCE BANKRUPTCY SALE IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of TUB UNITKD STATES FOR THE WEST DISTIUC OP PENN EMMA LOVE J A LOVE ur in and to all that certain Diece Parcel or lot of ground lying ami being in the Borough of Homer City County of Indiana and State of Pennsylvania 2 J the St Clair or plot of lots of Homer City Pa and described as follows towit Beginning land or lot of U H E i an aloy thonce along said f OIUleily direction I ittiico of SO feet to a post thence along line of land which this was formerly a part in a northeastwardly direction a distance of 125 feet to a post along Main btreet thence along Main Street in a southwesterly direction a distance of 50 to a post corner of land of L H E TT alone lino of tend of L Wills I a northwesterly direction 00 Ot f6Gt place Taken in execution at suit of C S s Fa No59j Deccrnber Term PEELQR FEIT Any person purchasing ai ibc above sale will please take notice IJnt at least l if the bid be so much vi ill be required as soon as the iuoierly ils knocked down unless the Pimhuner is the only judgment creditor in which case an amount sulllcient to cover all costs will be required and thf balance of the purchase money must be paid in full or receipt given by the luuxmont creditor on or bfifore the flrsl Monday of Dec Court In default of payment Ihe property will again be put up for sule at next adjourned sale and the purchaser in default shall make good any deiicieiiey in resale No deed will be offered for acknowledgment un less purchase money be fully paid The Sheriff reserves the right to return his properly not sold for nonpayment oi Adlourned sale will be held Dec 7 1823 at p when purchasers lien creditors and Persons interested may bo present to protect their respective interests in case of resale J U RICHARDS Sheriff Sheriffs onice Indiana Nov 7 1923 E WALKER SMITH Attorney at Law Indiana Pa Offices In Rooms 11 aud 12 on second floor Suiitli building above Woolwortlif 5 10 veut store Philadelphia St Prompt andcareful attention given to all kinds ol legal business Special tlon vrfcen desired In the Matter of Healthon Coal Mlalng Co a Gtfrporntion Bankrupt No 10998 In Bankruptcy By rfrtiie of nn order Ismied by C 11 Myers HeVeresMn Bankruptcy nt Bb cnslmrg Cambria county Pennsylvania it snid district the undersigned will nt public aulo nt the Court House in Indi nun county of Indiana and state of Penn sylvania In said district on Friday November AT P to tlia highest bidder nil the real nnd personal property of the Hesbuon Con Mining Compnny us follows n All that certain piece pnrcel er tract 01 In ml situate In tlie tonship of West Wheat field county of Indiana and state of Zenri sylvnnln bounded nnd deschrlbed as fol lows Beginning at n white onk on corner if Hinds of C L Campbell thence by snuie nnd Innds of A VV Campbell north 4 de peCH east 2290 feet to a post thence by Innds of William Kanmeys heirs nnd T L Dick north 70 degrees SO minutes east 272 feet to u white onk thence by lands of Wil linm C Dins south 5 degrees SO minutes west 3015 foot to a rock onh thence by Innds of D W Mnck north 68 degrees 31 minutes west 741 feet to n cheBtnut thence by lands of S A McConneW north 80 de grees 30 minutes west 1710 feet to a white onlt thence to the place of beginning containing 101 ncres more or less Ex eepting and reserving one acre in the ten ure of tho Board of School Directors of West Whentlield township for school pur poses Being one of several tracts of land which F a Beitor single by his deed dat ed Nov 24 1921 and recorded in Indiana county In Deed Beok Vol 106 page 63 convoyed to the Heslibon Coal Mining Co having thereon erected a two story single frame dwelling house bank barn and four three room shanties b All the coul of whatever kind in and tin der all those three certain tracts pieces or parcels of land situate In tho township of West county of Indiana nn state of Pennsylvania bounded and de scribed ns follows a post in edge of Blacklick creek thence south along lands of H L Wagner to a stone corner thence southwest along Innda of C D Cnmpbell to a post thence west along lands of William Ramsey to a post thence north along lands of Jacob Wagner now deceased to bank of Blacklick creek thence east along said creek to place o beginning the first tract beginning at a spruce on bank o Blacklick creek thence south along lands f a post thence enst by lands of William Ramsey to a post thence north by innds of Jacob Wagner now de censed to a post thence west down Black lick creek to the place of beginning 3rd the first and second tracts be ginning at a post thenco by lands of Jncob Wagner now deceased south 20 degrees past 20 perches to n white ouk thence by same 5 degrees west 10 perches to a post tnoiiee by the original tract along the public road on the north side T degrees west perches to the place of beginning Tho three above tracts of lands together containing TO acres more or less hxceptiug and reserving however toMlchni w Wagner his heirsand assigns two acres of coal underlying the house on said prem ises said reservation being in the form of n square Together with the full perpet ual find exclusive right to enter in upon nnd under the said lands to dig test dril and explore for saidcoal and to mine re move and transport the same from this ami other lands with the full privileges winch are usual and necessary for mining purposes without liability for damages Be ing the snme inter alia which F G Beil ter single by his deed dated Nov 24 and recorded in Indiana county inDeei Book page J3 conveyed to the lleshbou Coal Mining Co c All those certain contiguous tracts or parcels of coal underlying or being in or upon all those three certain tracts of land situate u the township of West Wlient fleld county of Indiana and state of Penn sylvania bounded and described as fol lows at a chestnut coi ner thence by lands formerly of Willian Alcorn north degrees east 72 perel es to stones thence by lands of Theodore Gear ing north 20 degrees east percvhes to white ouk fallen thence by same north C degrees east perches tostones thence by lands of Margaret Cunningham soutt degrees west 04 perches to stones thence by same north s degrees west KK lievches to stones thenco by land of Mar giirt west 38 perches to a white oak thence by the snme and lands J K Bennett north S cleg east perches to N containing 58 acres and perches more or less J corner thence by laml ot J 1 Bennett norli 50 14 degrees west ii i perches to stone thence liy snme lands north Lli 14 degrees east perch to stoiio thenco by same lands nortl degrees west perches to stone Hence along n private lane lind bv saint lanils us aforesaid south 70 degrees east Perches to u gate post thence bj lands of Hubert H Mack south 5 degree wist Mi i perches to place of containing 7 acres and 30M perches iTliiri at a post on the north side ol a lane or roadway and in the line of the said Itobert S Mack thence by the resi due of the original tract of Innds of whicl this is a part south 80 degrees east 8 percJies to a post thence by lands of Sil piior and Theodore Gearing south 0 de grees west perches to a post ia the east side of n public road thence by lauds of the said Itohert H Mack south 89 de grees west 04 perches to a post thence liv same lands north 3 degrees west 284 perches to n post the place of beginning containing 10 acres nnd 14 perches more or less Together with the prepetual and cusive right to enter In upon nnd under the said lauds to dig test drill and ex plore for said coal and to mine remove and transport tho same from this and other lands with tho full privileges which are usual and necessary for miningpurposes without liability for anmnffe Also all the coal in under or upon that certain plero or tract of land situate in the township of West Whentfleld county of Indiana nnd state of Pennsylvania bound ed and described as follows Beginning ut a post in the center of the Turnpike road now the William Penu highway thence nloug the center of aald road north 87 degrees east 1048 feot a post at lands of Mllo U Luther thence along lands said Hilo if Luther south 2 degrees 15 minutes east feet to a post thence alongsuid Muds south 8 degrees 45 mln utes eaut 1211 feot to a post thence by lands of D KtcCunett heirs south 64de greeB 30 mlnutew west 1004 feet to a red oak fallen thence by said lands south degrees enst 87 feet to a post theWe by lands of said D heirs south 11 degrees 30 minutes west 425 feet to a post lit lauds of Itobert S Mnck thence by lands of said Robert S Mack north 84 de west 1184 feet to stones witnessed by two white oaks thence by lands of Hobert S Mnek north 3 degrees west feet to center of turnpike road now William 1enu highway the place of begin ning containing acres according to survey made by T Mflrea county sur veyor on May 24 Together with the right of ingress egress and regress into upon through over along and across the lands above described for the purpose of examining and searching for and of min ing manufacturing and preparing the said coal for imirkpt unil of mining nianufac luring and removing the same from the date hereof and other coal now owned or that may hereafter bo acquired by the said F iUiler his heirs and assigns aiul for tlise purposes to build roads railroads uud drains upon or under the surface of said lands and to locate and erect such chutes tipples buildings nnd other structures with the necessary necessary curtilage as may bo necessary and proper for the convenient use aud workings of the miiis or works in connec tion uerowilb nuU the right to de posit the dirt or waste of the said mines or works upon tho surface convenient tuereto And hereby remise release and forever discharge the said laud of and from any uud all Jauiaies to tug surface of land thenein or ns w may result by rwigon of inking HW the S mining eights resorTed In deed to J page fyi recorde1 ln D6ed Vol Also all the coal underlying or beinff In or upon all that certain piece or parcel of lam situate in the townsliip of Wart Wheat tie d founty of Indiana and state Penn sylvania bounded and described fls fol at a post at side of stone 1 Mme north east Jolin Kit S6 Icgroes east i by land of J A Mncfc south 2 degrees cast 75 feet to a post thence by land of I D Luther and Me 814 degrcos wcst low till ulnghni n north 21 degrees west feet Y H 7k gone thence by same north 4 degrees west 223 feet to 04l of oontnlninr acres more or less Together with to remove nil of said coal Being the one Mme north east 1000 feet to ft post then by lot of Jolin W Felton south degrees east Kit feet thtiue by lots of John W Felton S6 Icgroes east tllclte b land of relfr MlKhS tltle nnd interest jSS8 e recording deeds in nnd for Indiana comity Deed Book Vol 181 paije 374 n certain rightof way inri 1 B ruptey which said Article of Agreement or lease assignment thereof Is to be r corded in the office for the rerordlnl Si deeds in and for Indiana countv reniisylvanin forthwith countyf 4 That the perBonal property of the ton 1 gasoline engine 1 4 ton Fairbanks scale 50 tons 23lb per ton ge rallroad wl OP SALHTwentyflTs per cet when the property IB knocked down ana the balance upon delivery of proper p Dan L Parsons Attorney for Trugtes 1irst National Bank Johnstown Pa October 31 4tc beasked HUGH P MULLEN of VW C Attorney NOTICE tne Vandergrlft October 31 WAJiTED IK3ST FOB BAIM FOB KS3HT Notices tn this column chanced lor at the rate of OHTB CKKT a wSrd for each Insertion for 26 words ov more A rate 25 cents for insertion will be charged for all no tices of less than 25 words Each initial UK number connta as one word the number words and send with the copr moner to corer payment of number of in serttons desired as we cannot open accounts for small amounts Seno cash with copy black and white speckled COOD bound with lump on ills left hind leg lost between Nashville and Richmond F nder report to W G Bennett Glen Campbell 1 and lie or she will be paid for their trouble Ilia collar bears a W No 2210 nuiiami Co 4514tc K STOLENOn November wi r Ponts male black white and tan beagle hound with three li cense taps on collar 1923 license tag No 1 Liberal reward E p Shields Ap 45ltp Shropshire Altimus Homer City Pa 452tp follie pups Weaver Chevy Chase 45ltp FOIl Jersey lHland A L Means Georgeville Pa TOR heavy draft colts ris iiiK one and two years These are Kood heavy boned fellows D D Cummins It D 2 Crcelfside 1a 152tp Oil Poland Chirm sows months can be registered H if n o noar Washington church It D 2 Home Ia 4fi2tp FOU Hollywood Wliita Leo norn pulelts ready to lay priced for quick sale b T Hugh Druslivalley Pa 452tp nnd white female rabbit Jon Nov 1 on tho W B Douglas farm in Greeti township Indiana county License No 5877 Please notify Boyd Stu tliell U70 Phila Indiana Pa 45ltp single men to work on a farm Archie Nlchol Indiana II D 7 Clynier road 452tp IOR of 64 Center township Vjmile from concrete road one mile from Aultmnn good buildings water in house nud barn J A George Indiana It D 5 443tp Iptt 12 h p Hercules gas engine in perfect condition Price very reasonable further particulars write or see manager of the Cherry Tree Water Company Cncrry Tree Pa 442tc FOR Jersey fresh 70 Rhode Island Red pullets Inquire A L Means 44ltn FOR ton Pord truck in good condition Call No 4 Local phone Blulrsvllle Pa 443tc FOR Full Blooded Berkshire pigs six and eight weeks old Price per pair Inquire of Graff Coal Blairs yilie or II B Donaldson Blackliok FOR few choice Duroe Tersey Pigs September farrow Frank HcCroa Blairsville 1a tt2to FOR head of good sock ewes bamuel Ilelumn Strougatown Pa farmer in Indiana county may seeure free a pure bred Ayrshire bull calf from tho Blacklick Valley Farms Heifers may be obtained at each All animals eligible to reglsry Make ap plication through J W Warner County Agent Indiana Ia 43 f WANTED COAL loaders wanted for loading after machine Wages ire 1022 titale steady employment plenty of good houses just completed Apply Su lerinteudent of mine located on the Pitts uirgh Shawmut railroad at McWilliaaiK Armstrong county Uke train from Klttanning or Brookviile Pa Rose lie Gregor Coal Company FOR uud white toauj of Shetland ponies both mares broke lor to ride or drive and 2aeated ony trap and harness also team of work uules good workers S T iirusfi alley Pa sitf FOR Comb White Leg and Khode Island Bed eggs for also day old chieki J B Wett ing 380 East Locust street Local phone 3T7S 12tfc 4
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