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l'HE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 191 2.
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Story of the Gridiron I
Dy F. A. M1TCHEL
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sc who are similar. My lover was
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with a current so swift that few
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didn't take the college course, bul
vcd here in this college town and
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rh tht lnriv continued;
evenncien.s mere is one nerson.
only one, for whom I shall make
effort. I Khali give you, my dearest
!. I iih Kinrv ur mm i Knnn fii n.
wben 1 have told It to you I shall
er speak of it again."
in. ntintv'" The i-irl nut hur nrm
ui iuu speaker.
rrhnr nnrt I nttpnriil ins hleh
us iue u'jjukuuiil' ui uiir umiteuii
arew us loceuier. Annur wbh not
ill schnlnr. lmt w:is born with n sne-
leantng to atmetic sports, lie Knew
lit vh ill iiiajKinir 11 ii:ikiimiii ill.
t xvlRhfvl It tn do. wns n finlendlrl
qhtn Ht tnlf
mt It wns on the football field that
won his most brilliant triumphs,
so distinguished himself at this
le in tue nign scnooi tnnt repre-
atives irom ainerent colleges came
ii mm iiini- m Tin t 11 n vnn w iiniiiva
i"iiti t tn tttA tinlvamtH nVilnIf. m n
other colleges bid against one
iirr in izt'T nun mr nipir rpH pel vp
ce that he mlcht become a metn-
of the university team, some of
offering to pay his way through
;ge if he would Join them.
'hose big, strong fellows aro apt to
j some weakness. Arthur's Treat
t Vila in Innhllltv in rtfwM nmnll
gs. In this he relied upon me. lie
d me which, if any, of the prop-
ons he should accept, and I, wish
to keep him near me, told him I
pur nn rtPTTor pnipr nnr nwn mi.
here. Besides, my father was a
essor uere, ana 1 was interested in
college. I didn't wish him to ac
any pecuniary assistance for play
athletic games, and our unlrer-
Viil n c nnn n f Vi cmiillaii Mrua
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o Arthur Btayed with us, and It
well he did, for I was enabled to
him through. He had the great-
in ii i iiHiiik i ii ii i 1 1 ii 1 1 ) i p iTi nr niimnM.
a logical sequence, while I loved
admired him for his manly
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his unconsciousness of the value
mt strength which I prized so hlga
But It is natural for weak woman
lmire physical strength In man.
flVinf Arthur n Urn nn In.
n before, and, since he was devoted
chances of any team he played
, our boys became interested In
nir TP.O no ri in run nnnnnl tr n tti h
the big colleges. While Arthur
in college John Bpangler was here
was made captain of Uie football
in. r T i.i rn'if r Rnpf.wini in mnvinv
line team, especially the one that
ither colleges, for the autumn pre-
rthur ordinarily was laey. It re-
something very exciting to
A film i I1UA Ilia ntwnr. rri t. lai
thoroughly aroused ho was like
irglng elephant. Captain Spangler
constantly coming to mo bewail
the fact that he couldn't get his
man to be regular at practice
when he did practice It Beemed Im
lhle to wake him up to his work,
y a time I was obliged to get bct
girls together and go out on to tho
tlce field In order that by my prcn
I might Inspire Arthur to do good
ne thing of great Importance was
from me. Spangler knew It and
Id bavo told me, but he felt sure
if he did tell me the team would
eprlved of Arthur's assistance in
game. And without Arthur the
would hare no chance for win-
the annual game, what they
n i ri l i rnTTi rrtm i nr t mil r rtr ini n
and whit he concealed from mo
b4onsc he fcflew !t wonld throw me
Into Infinite distress was that he bad
shown symptoms of a weak heart, in
deed, n doctor had warned him that
any great exertion or excitement might
cause lilm to drop (lend.
"I can never think or speak of my
efforts to encourage Arthur to win the
game for his college without suffering.
If any one who knew of his weakness
had told me of It Arthur might have
been nllvc today. 1 don't blame him,
but I do blame them.
"Arthur carried his learn through ull
the games preliminary to the one for
the championship sm-cossfull.v, and
when the two colleges which were to
play the tliiul game went out on to the
gridiron they were our college and
Yale. There lud been enough honor
In our baring achieved such a position
without this mectlug. for no ouo ex
poo ted that we could beat Yale. In
deiHl. It was partly luck that had en
abled us to boat Princeton, which gave
us the right to play the game for tho
championship. A presentiment of evil
came over me. from whence I knew
not, nnd I wished our team would give
Yale the game without a contest.
"The afternoon, late In Novemlor.
that the game was played was bright
and the air crisp, just the conditions
for a trial of physical strength and
skill. When our luys went out ou to
the field a great shout arose from the
spectators, for all sympathized with a
college comprising but a thousand stu
dents matched ngalust one comprising
several thousand. I could see Arthur,
standing a head above his fellows.
Indeed, lefore the kickofT he came
very near where 1 sat and waved his
hand to me. He looked as well as I
had ever hood him, and when I smiled
at him I could see that it affected him
like some Invigorating draft.
"While the ball was In piny at a
critical moment something a piece of
timber, I believe broke In tho stand
where I was sitting. For a moment It
caused some commotion among those
sitting ou tho boards. The teams were
fighting for the ball Just below us. and
Arthur hearing the crack or seeing the
stir, thinking I was In danger, turned
his attention to me. Seeing him stand
ing regardless of his work, 1 nrose In
my seat and waved to him. This turn
ed him back to the game just in time.
"Our team was certainly a wonder
for so small a college and from the
Tory beginning gave Its opponents
all they could do to prevent our boys
from scoring, to say nothing of scor
ing themselves. Indeed, neither side
scored during the early part of the
struggle. But Just before the first rest
Yale made a touchdown. Soon after
this heavy, wintry clouds changed the
face of the day, and since the game
had begun at a late hour It was diffi
cult for the spectators to see what
was going on on the field. A fierce
tussle was In progress for the ball
when everything suddenly stopped. 1
knew that an accident had occurred
and was (pilte sure some one was be
ing carried off the gridiron. But so
many persons intervened between me
and those removing him that I could
see little of what was taking place.
"A chill, whether from the over
hanging clouds or the accident, seemed
to sweep across the field like a breeze
from an iceberg. Nothing was done
for some minutes. Then the game
recommenced. But by this time It
was so dark that It was Impossible for
us spectators to see what was happen
ing on the gridiron. One gigantic
form I could discern, which 1 took to
be Arthur's in the thick of the fight,
and whenever ho threw himself against
his opponents they gave wny. I re
marked to a girl sitting beside me
that Arthur was doing herculean
feats. She gave me a singular look, a
look I shall never forget
" 'Don't you see him?' I asked.
'Isn't that big man driving throurh
those fellows Arthur?'
"She gave me another of those looks,
but made no reply.
"At that moment our boys made a
touchdown and kicked a goal, and
some one cried, 'The only game ever
won by so small a college against so
large a one!' Then everybody arose,
and the throng poured out of the in
closure. "I couldn't understand why I was
looked at so strangely by all who knew
me. If I spoke to any of them I waH
answered in monosyllables. What did
it mean? One thing I missed. I ex
pected to hear persons enthusiastically
giving Arthur credit for having by his
prowoss turned the scale In favor of
our college. Ills name was not men
tioned by my friends, who surrounded
me and seemed to be forming a sort of
guard about me to keep me from the
others. When I got home I went up
to my room to lay aside my wraps.
Then my mother came In. I saw that
something awful had happened.
"It was Arthur who was carried off
the field. During a scrimmage he was
seen to fall and lie still, Ills face white
as a sheet. Th piny was stopped. A
physician put his hand on Arthur's
heart, and it was found to have stopped
The speaker paused, and her niece
"Who was the large figure in the
game you thought was Arthur after he
"I don't know. I was the only per
son present, so far as 1 could learn,
who saw him. I believed that he was
Arthur In spirit nnd that be remained
on the field to help his comrades in
the flesh. But that was some years
ago. Now I don't know what to think
about It. Yet with my own eyes 1
saw him, and I knew that bad It not
been for him his team would not bar
performed the remarkable work of
'winning against the collsga that I have
always oonsldered stands highest of
all American unlriu-sltits In athletics."
"Aunty, 1 can understand why you
do not marry."
MIGHT HAVE SNEEZED IT.
Showing the Wisdom of Knowing
Your Own Name.
A Frenchman with a name spelled a
la Paris and pronounced something
like Ca-choo had never learned to read
or write, but he imtiutgcd to disguise
the fact pretty well until lie moved to
a new community where the nnine wns
not common, doing to the postofllco
one morning, he inquired:
"Hot any mall for Joe Ca-chooV"
"What's tho name?" inquired the
"Giiehoo Joe Cachoo."
"How do you spell It?"
"Can't you spell Joe Ca-choo?"
"No," said the clerk. "I never heard
Then the disgust of the Frenchman,
which had been constantly rising, boil
ed over, nnd he snorted:
"Well, If you can't spell why don't
you sell your old postofllce to some on
who can?" Kuusns City Star.
Accelerating Brain Activity.
In tho early days of Wisconsin two
of the most prominent lawyers of the
Mate were George B. Smith and I. S.
Sloan, the Intter of whom had a habit
of Injecting Into his remarks to the
court the expression, "Your honor, I
have nn Idea." A certain case had
been drngglng along through a hot
summer day when Slonu sprang to his
feet with his old remark, "Your hon
or, I have an Idea."
Smith Immediately bounded up, as
sumed an Impressive attitude and In
great solemnity said:
"May It please the court, I move that
a writ of habeas corpus be Issued by
this court Immediately to take the
learned gentleman's Idea out of soli
tary confinement." Popular Magazine.
Miss Inez Milholland, at a luncheon
In Newport, lamented the loss of the
suffrage in the recent Ohio election.
"Why did we' lose?" she wailed.
"Our opponents' arguments are always
so sillyl They're as silly and false as
the average social excuse."
She smiled and added:
"Apropos of the average social ex
cuse, a Newport man was invited to a
bouse party In Maine and wired:
" 'Regret enn't come. Lie follows by
post.' "New York Tribune.
"Where's your father?" asked
man In fancy outing clothes.
"Lemme see If I can remember,"
i said' the boy with ono suspender. "If
I you're the man to collect the interest
j on the mortgage he's gone to town
i and I don't know when he'll be back.
If you're a Democrat or a Republican
or a bull moose he'll be homo all day
Sunday, and If you're the man that
owes him for a bushel of potatoes he's
right around there In the woodshed."
A Sundny school teacher, after a
talk to her small boys on the cruelty
of cutting dogs' ears and tails, asked:
"What does the Bible say about It?
Who can tell me?"
"I can," said a small boy holding
up his hand.
"Well, what Is it, John?"'
"What God hath Joined together let
no man put asunder." Judge.
Labor Saving Suggestion.
Mrs. Bacon I see that to an Illinois
woman has been granted a patent on a
screw hook made of a single piece of
wire so shaped that it serves as a
shade roller bracket and curtain pole
holder at the same time.
Mr. Bacon Too bad the lady didn't
go a step further and make It to but
ton a woman's dress up the back!
It Had Been Read.
First Jeweler I have had proved to
me that advertising brings results.
Second Jeweler How?
First Jeweler Yesterday evening I
advertised for a watchman, and dur
ing the night my shop was ransacked
by burglars. Penny Pictorial.
"now is this? Twenty cents for
cheese? But It walked by itself!"
"Exactly, madam; we figure In the
cost of training It!" Le Sourire.
"By Jove! I left my purse under my
"Oh, well, your servant is honest,
"That's just it She'll take it to my
wife." Boston Post
What She Will Sometimes Admit
"Does your wife ever admit that she
is wrong In an argument?"
"No; the nearest she orcr comes to it
Is to say that I'm not as big a chomp
as I look." Detroit Fr Press.
Lata of lloncedalo, Pa.
All porsonH Indebted to said cb
tato aro notified to mako immediate
payment to tho undersigned; nnd
thoso having claims ngalnst tho said
estate nro notified to present them
duly attested, for settlement.
C. P. SEARLE, Ex.
Honesdalc, Pa., Oct. 8, 1012.
(jIlIiUIFF'8 SALE OF VALUABLE
D REAL ESTATE.-By virtue of process
Issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas or Wnyno county, nnd State ol
Pennsylvania, nnd to mo dlrecUt
and dclivored, 1 bavo levied on nso
will expose to public sale, at thv
Court House, in Honcsdale, on
FRIDAY", NOV. lfi, 2 P. .M.
All the defendant's right, title,
and Interest In tho following do
scribed property viz:
By virtue of tho nnnexed writ of
fieri facias I hnvc this day levied
upon nnd taken In execution the
three following described pieces or
parcels of land situate, lying and
being In tho township of Damascus,
county of Wayne, nnd common
wealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows: The first: Be
ginning at a stones corner of Lot
No. 1 and tho north-enst corner of
lot No. 'i, in subdivision line of tho
Adam Sweygart lots, nnd in east
linn of oriclnnl survev: thence south
thirteen chnlns and elghty-fivo links
to a corner botween Lots 2 and 3;
thence west fifty-eight rods and four
feet to a corner; thence north thir
teen chnlns and eighty-five links to
corner; thence cast fifty-eight rods
and four links to the place of be
ginning, said to contain exactly
twenty acres, be the same more or
less. The Second: Beginning at a
stake nnd stones corner, the south
enst corner of Lot No. A and south
east corner of tho original survey of
said Adam Sweygart warrant; thence
west one hundred and forty perches
to a corner; thence north ninety
perches to a stake and stones corner
in line of land fomerly of Virgil
Conglln; thence east ono hundred
and forty perches to a 6take and
stones corner in east lino of tho said
lots; thence south ninety perches to
the place of beginning, containing
seventy-four acres, be tho same more
or less. The Third: Beginning at the
northwest corner of Lot No. 4 of
snld lots at a heap of stones; thence
south thirty-four and eight-tenths
rods to stake and stones, the corner
of lot In the warrantee name of
Adam Sweygart; and southwest
corner of Lot No. 4; thence oast
seventy-one rods to stake and stone
corner; thence south thirty nnd
four-tenths rods to a stake and
stones corner; thenco east slxty-ono
rods to a heap of stones; thenco
north sixty-live rods to a etako and
stones corner; thence west one hun
dred and thirty-two rods to the place
of 'beginning, containing thirty-seven
acres, he the same more or less.
Excepting and reserving a lot
The Buy U
Offer the following properties, which is a partial list of the many farms
listed by them. All properties are in first class condition and as
ElgliUAcro Fann In Berlin town
ship for salo cheap. Three acres
cleared, balance In woodland. House
and barn on premises. Good spring
and fruit on farm. On main road
between Bunnelltown and Beach
Lako. Farm about three miles from
Honesdale. Owner, poor woman
that needs tho money. Bargain for
Building Lot in Honcsdale Locat
ed on Court street in one of prettiest
residential sections of Honesdale.
Size 03x125 feet. Story and a half
house on property. Property dn
Small Farm In Prompton Good
property. Houso contains 12 rooms.
Barn is 26x36 feet. Aero and one
half of ground. Ideal place for
small chicken farm. Close to D. & H.
station. Bargain for fall buyer.
Ideal Dairy Farm Located In
Cherry Rldgo township about ono
mllo from the Hoadleys station on
tho Erlo road on tho Wyoming di
vision. Two separate parcels of
land with only public highway as
a division. First known as Isaac R.
Schenck farm, contains 123 acres,
50 of which aro Improved and the
balance second growth of timber.
Brook runs through property, which
Is also well watered. Good farm
house and barns'. Tho second tract
or what is known as tho Apollas D.
Schenck farm contains 101 acres,
51 Improved and balanco In flno
young growth of hickory. This is a
valuable asset to tho farm. This
farm corners In tho Boncar farm
lake. It is well watered. Good
fruit orchards on both farms. Terms
easy. Bargain for fall buyer.
A No. 1 Farm Contains 104
acres, 70 cleared. No stones and
ground very productive. Ideal
place for truck farm. Located at
Indian Orchard on Main road be
tween Honesdalo and Hawley. Woll
built farm houso and barns. Young
and old applo orchards; also quan
tlty of butternut trees on promises.
Well watered, brook runs through
farm. Most of land on flats. Will
sell stock it 'purchaser desires. One
half cash, balanco on easy terms.
Good Farm located within ono
mllo of Honosdalo, contains 96 acres.
All can bo cultivated, except about
two acres. Nino springs on prem
ises. Water In barn yard. Good ap
plo jorchard and other fruits. Six
room farm houso, throo barns and
several out buildings. Brook bord
ers farm. Ideal placo for stock, 15
acres being suitablo for training
track. Good onion soil, part clay
soil and black loam. Nino acres
south exposure. Tolephono connec
tions. Will sell equipment and
stock. All modern machinery.
Buy-U-A-HOME Realty Co.
Jadwin Building Honesdale, Pa,
twenty by thirty feot occupied as a
grave yard, a part of Lot No. 4,
with right of way to and from the
grave yard to tho holrs of Cornelius
Bolts. Upon tho said promises is a
dwelling house, two framo barns and
other out buildings, npplu orchard,
and other fruit trees, some timber
nnd nearly nil Improved land.
Seized and tnken In execution as
tho property of Michael Harris at tho
suit of Frank L. Brush. No. 323
Juno Term, 1012. Judgment ?2,
000. Loe. Attorney.
TAKE NOTICE All bids and costs
must be paid on day of salo or deeds
will not he acknowledged.
FRANK C. KIMBLE, Sheriff.
Honcsdale, Oct. 21, 1012.
RPHANS' COURT SALE.
By virtue of nn order of Orphans'
Court of Wayne County, mado this
24th day of October, 1012, I will sell
at public auction to tho highest bid
der, at tho Court House, Honcsdale,
Pa., Friday, November 22, 1912, at 2
o'clock P. M. tho following described
real estate, being the property of An
gelina II. Masters, late of Sterling
All those two certain parcels or
pieces of land situated in the town
ship of Sterling, County of Wayne
and State of Pennsylvania, bounded
and described as follows:
Tho First Beginning nt a stones
corner in line of land of Abram Haz
elton; thenco north forty-seven and
three-fourths degrees west eighty
perches to a stones corner; thence to
land of C. & G. Cliff north forty-two
and one-fourth degrees east two
hundred nnd four perches to a stones
corner; thenco by lnnd of Nathnnlel
Martin south forty-seven nnd three
fourths degrees east eighty perches
to a stones corner; thenco by land of
Daniel Martin south forty-two and
one-fourth degree west two hundred
and four perches to the place, of be
ginning. Containing one hundred and
two acres, be tho same more or less.
And being the same land which John
Ilazelton by deed dated March 1G,
1891, and recorded In Wayne County
Deed Book No. 75, page 203, grant
ed and conveyed to Angellno Hazel
ton. The Second Beginning at a
corner of public rond between Sterl
ing and Dreher townships and run
ning from Edward Hazelton's place
to North and South Turnpike; thence
along land of Angellne Hazelton Mas
ters north forty-four and one-half
degrees west fourteen hundred feet
to a stones corner; thence south forty-five
and one-half degrees west six
teen hundred and eighty feet to a
stones corner; thence south forty
four and one-half degrees east three
hundred feet to a stake In the center
of the above named public road;
thence along the said road north
eighty-nine degrees east six hundred
and twenty-six feet; thence along
road north seventy-two degrees east
one thousand and twenty-six feet
along road north seventy-nine de
grees east three hundred and forty-
A - HOM
Five Lots Bordering Bench Lako
with boating, bathing and ice privi
leges. Elegant chance for Bummer
Very Pretty Cottage Eight acres
of land, large lawns and plenty of
fruit. Would make an Ideal summer
home. Will sell furnished or un
furnished. Newly papered and paint
ed. Outside in excellent repair.
Located at Calllcoon, N. Y.
Forty-Acro Farm Will sell or ex
change for property in Honesdale.
Large ten-room house in good re
pair. Barn and outbuildings; good
orchard. Located three miles from
Calllcoon and as many miles from
Cochecton, N. Y., one-half mllo from
Delaware rirver. Rare bargain for
fall seeker. Apply Buy-U-A-Home
Realty company office, Jadwln build
Sixty-Acre Fnrm Located with
in two miles of Honesdalc. Will sell
whole or a few acres of same to
party wanting small farm. Very
productive House and barn and
well watered. Another good bar
gain. .Modern Houso in Honesdnlo
Brick, contains steam heating plant,
gas and other modern appointments.
Lot 50x125 feet. Good garden,
barn, nnd chicken house on prem
ises. Property In first-clnss condi
tion. Was recently Improved. One
of Honesdalo's best properties.
Powell Throo-Story Brick build
ing, located 633 Main street, Is ono
of tho recent properties listed with
us. Building in first-class condition.
Raro bargain for so valuable a
property. Situated In business cen
ter of Honesdale. Building now oc
cupied. Two Good Lots Located on Fair
avenue, 15 minutos' walk from
Honesdalo. Will bo sold together or
separately. On R. D. route. For
tllo ground. Lots have, n frontage
of about 600 feet and run from Dy
borry river. Ideal place for party
who deBlres small farm near town.
Fiirni nt Equlnunk EsKato of
520 acres, 40 under cultivation, 40
pasture, balanco wooded land. Con
tains three story summer boarding
house, 18 rooms fully furnished,
borders Delaware river. Farm house,
10 rooms, 2 barns, largo creek
through property, could bo develop
ed for power purposes and generat
ing electricity; one mllo of Dela
ware frontage. Located ono mllo
from Erlo railroad, Lordvllle sta
tion, and two miles from Equlnunk;
good roads. Timber on property will
pay for tho place. Ono of finest lo
cations on Delaware for a summer
resort, club houso or retired gen
tlemen's home. Number of bluo
stone quarry sites on property.
soven feet to tho place of beginning.
Containing thirty-two acres and sixty-two
perches. Being part of tract
No. 125 In warrantee name of Felix
Linn, And being tho same land
which F. Gilpin et ux. by deed dated
April 24, 1002, and recorded In Deed
Book No. 00, page 240, granted and
convoyed to Angellne H. Masters.
Upon the premises aro a framo
dwelling house, barn and other out
buildings. Terms of Sale, cash. Purchaser to
pay three dollars for deed, as In
JOHN W. HAZELTON,
M. E. Simons, Attorney.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The Joint committee of tho Senate
and House of Representatives of tho
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to
consider and report upon a revision
of the corporation and Rcvenuo
Laws of the commonwealth, will
hold public meetings, In Philadel
phia on November 12, at Room 40C
City Hall, Broad and Mnrket streets;
In Pittsburgh on November 19th nnd
20th in tho Chamber of Commerce;
in Erie on November 21st In tho
Chamber of Commerce; and In
Scranton on November 22nd In tho
Lacknwanua County court house.
Meetings will commence at 11 a. m.
All persons Interested are invited to
attend and express their views and
offer suggestions as to tho necessity
for new laws or amendment of pres
ent laws relating to the State's rev
enue, or to corporations.
Tho committee desires to bo In
formed at once of the name aud ad
dress of anyone desiring to appear
before them. All requests should bo
sent to Francis Shunk Brown, Coun
sel, 1005 Morris Building, Philadel
phia. JAS. F. WOODWARD,
and McCall Pattcas
Have More Friend than any n rr
magazine or jaltcrns. MtLai.'s
is the reliable Fashion Guulc
monthly in one million one hui li d
thousand Iioiiil-s Besides shov
l.itj .ill the latest designs of M C'a 1
I' tterns, ca.h i sue is hnniffl of
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HoncMlalc Ton-room house on
Main 6treet. Lot 50x200 feet. Ono
of nicest locations for residence.
Will be sold cheap.
Honcsdale Two building lots and
house on Sixteenth street. Size of
property 100 x 100 feet. Situated
in finest residential section of town.
Hotel nt Milford Licensed. En
Joys good summer and transient
trade. Ideal place. Produce for
table raised on property. Good wa
ter and excellent roads. Popular
house. Easy terms. Rare bargain.
Fann At Lakowood, near where
coal has been recently discovered,
contains 113 acres, 85 cleared, 36
timbered. Contains young apple or
chard, 2 wells, brook through prem
ises, ono two-story dwelling house,
barns and other out buildings, sugar
bush. Blacksmith shop on farm.
Easy terms. Quick sale to ready
Furin nt Ariel In first-class con
dition containing 50 acres, 30 of
which aro under cultivation and
tho balance in pasture and wood
land. Fruits of all kinds, orchard
and cultivated berries. Seven-room
dwelling, basement barn, good poul
try house and outbuildings. Never
failing spring near house and several
springs in pasture. Located 1 Vz
milos from Ariel station on Erlo
railroad. Graded school and
churches In vicinity. Rural Deliv
ery, telephone connection nnd first
class road. Tho farm is located in
a valley and Is warm In winter.
Road does not drift. A bargain for
fall purchaser. Must be sold beforo
Cottage At Bethany, contains 8
rooms. Good well and cistern. Two
building lots. Young orchard; 1,
500 feet elevation and very desirable
for n summer cottage or boarding
houso. Salo on account of death of
Poultry Farm One mllo from
Beach Lako and 4 V miles from
Nnrrowsburg, near tho Erlo railroad.
Plant equipped with modern nnd
complete contrivances for conduct
ing farm on largo scale. Raro bar
gain. Ensy terms.
Desirable Farm Located nt
MllanvlUo 110 acres, 75 cleared,
balanco well covered with timber.
Two-story dwelling, barn, and other
buildings. Living spring on farm,
brook Hows through premises. Ele
vation 1,200 feet, Ono of healthiest
places in Wayne county. Ideal placo
for summer boarding house. Excel
lent vlow over picturesque Delaware
river. Three quarters of a mllo
from Erie station and milk -depot.
Eleven roads center at place. Easy
terniB to purchaser.
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