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Henrietta D. Grauel
When and How to Serve Onions
Teachers in schools attended by
Greek, Italian and some other foreign
born children, will tell you if you query,
that the recess luncheon these children
bring from home is usually an oniou
and a thick slice of coarse bread. Some
of these little folks have most wonder
ful complexions and all have good di
The vegetable has good qualities, im
parts its strength generously, and we
recommend it—to others. "One onion
a day," says a famous woman financier,
nil! keep the doctor away. But what's
the matter with the doi-torf He's a
good fellow, let him come. Seriously,
it is difficult to find a cook who will
use onions in cookery with discretion
and more than one mistress stipulates,
when engaging a cook, that there shall
he no cooking of onions in her kitchen.
This is probably because the odor is
difficult to eradicate and the smell,
while cooking, so penetrating. There
are times when onions are enjoyed.
There are many foods that a bit of
onion improves mightily but the nice
sense of .judgment that tells when the
flavor shall be used is seldom met with.
Sometimes we read that Burbank has
succeeded in deodorizing the onion and
at once we are filled with regret and
order beef steak, smothered in onions,
♦ or supper, then we are sorrowful again
because it never is true. Wizard that
lie is, the task is too great even for
An onion sandwich made of buttered
rye bread, thin slices of Bermuda on
i"iis and Hamburg steak is a fine lunch,
the gentlemen say. If you want to trv
some onion cookery use Bermuda or
Spanish onion or our own silver skin.
These varieties are sweet and mild.
Tf you are frying liver or steak and
want onions with the dish use this
method. Fry the onions first in drip- \
A BIT OF ADVICE
First—Don't Delay. Second—Don't
If you suffer from backache; head- 1
aches or dizzy spells; if you rest poor- i
ly and arc languid in the morning; if
the kidney secretions are irregular and
unnatural in appearance, do not delay.
In such cases the kidneys often need
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially j
prepared for kidney trouble. They j
are recommended by thousands. Can
Harrisburg residents desire more con
vincing proof of their effectiveness
than the statement of a Harrisburg
citizen who has used them and willingly l
testifies to their worth?
Mrs. If. YViland, 121t> North Sixth
street, Harrisburg, says: "I have taken
Doan's Kidney Pills for backache and
bladder trouble and must say that they j
never fail to give me instant relief. I ;
am always glad to recommend anything!
that I know if good, and I can say
that Doan's Kidney Pills are a reli- j
able medicine for kidney disorders."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't'
simply ask for a Kidney remedy—get'
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. W'iland had. Fostcr-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.—Adv.
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OMost Critical Smoker
Sure thing! Watch the men who buy
them! They know qualitv and ask for
because they know they are all Havana
cigars with 50 years' cigar making back
Aol them to guarantee best results from
the use of choicest leaf.
Made by J. C. Herman & Co.
pings or.ill butter. Lift them from the
frying pan and keep them hot while
iyou cook the meat in this same fat.
| Dish the meat and serve the onions
Kven in frying onions and potatoes
the flavor will be finer if you cook the
onions first and then the other vege
table and mix them toward the last of
The best salad makers rub the salad
bowl with a cut onion and claim this
gives sufficient flavor for most palates,
iithers use onion salt and still others
claim that a clove or garlic is far su
perior for salad and use it in preference
It is possible now to secure fresh
green onions all the year 'round and
jthese are so delicate and mild that they
improve any mixed salad and it is these
that should be used in the mixed salad
mentioned in the daily dinner menu
Orange or Grapefruit
• racked Wheat, Cream
.Scrambled Kggs Lyon liaise Potatoes
Muffins Hone Coffee
(><aim of Pea Soup
( nicken Patties
Sweet Potato Croquettes
I.adv Fingers Ice Cream
Veal with Tapioca Broth
Broiled Lamb Chops
'Radishes Salted Nuts Olives
Green Peas Carrots
Scalloped Crab Meat
Lettuce and Onion Salad
I Fruit Cup Little Cakes
! PASTOR ACCUSED OF BIGAMY
Said to Have Alliances in Several
Kenosha, Wis., .la.ll. 13.—The latest
j development in the case of the Rev.
• lames Morrison Darnell, former pastor
of the Church of Good Tidings, Brook -
! lyn, who was unfrocked Monday follow
' ing charges of his having too many
wives of common-law alliances, is the
receipt of information from Avon, 111.,
that his sweetheart there is not dead,
as he asserted. Ethel Spurgeon sends
word that she was not a common-law
wife, but a legail s[iouse and has the
Letters from many women were
found in Darnell's effects after he left
! here, and one signed Hester Pridell,
(•ravesend, Brooklyn, is so worded that
the church people here think there may
have ibeen an alliance in Brooklyn as
well as in IHinois, Wisconsin and Min
nesota. The Minnesota girl who was
recognized here with her babe as Dar
nell's wife declares she was married to
Meanwhile DarneM has gone to Chica
go. where lie is said to be planning his
j defense if court charges are made.
EVICTS STRIKING MINERS
Ohio Company Orders Homes Vacated
When Men Refuse Work
Wheeling, W. Va„ ,|. a n. 13.—First
eviction notices in the long-drawn-out
Bast Ohio coal strike were served yes
terday on eilght miners residing at
Ramsey, O. The men are striking em
ployes of the Roby Coal Com pan v and
! refused to return to work when an op
portunity was offered the strikers to
take their old 'places. The Robv mines
ire being cleaned up preparatory to
their operation on the open shorn basis.
Daniel J. Keefe and Hywell Davies,
the federal conciliators, arrived here
yesterday and will hold their first con
LEAGUE RE-ELECTS REDMOND
Ireland Congratulated on End of 10-
Dublin, via London, .lan. 13.—.loliti
Redmond yesterday was re-elected pre*
ident otf the United Irish League at the
annual meeting of the directors held
Resolutions were adopted congratu
lating tlie Irish nation on the triumphal
end of the agitation of the last fortv
years for national self-government, but
maintaining that in view of the critical
situation which might arise in the near
future the continued existence of the '
organization until existence has passed I
is vitally essential.
Alfonso Receives U. S. Envoy
Madrid, via Paris, .lan. 13.—The j
American Ambassador, Joseph K. Wil-1
lard, and Mrs. Willard were received at '
a special audience yesterday bv King
Alfonso, Queen Victoria and tlie Dow- j
ager Queen Maria Christina.
HARRTSBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 13. 1915
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(CO.N'I tNUED.) , some case belone?" I asked numln.
"The unexpected always happens,"
began the pseudo-detective, closing
his hat. drawing off his gloves and
stuffing them into a pocket. "As a
friend of mine used to say, it is tha
unexpected that always surprises us.
We never expected to see these
charming masquesaders again, did we,
"No. rdr." said V.'iliam, grinning af
fably, "*e si;d,-. - t. The gentleman was
very nice and cWiging to me, sir,
when I was in the celiurs."
"So I understand Now." continued
the late Mr. Haggerty, with the deadi
affability of a Macaire, "I beg of you,
Mr. Cornstalk, I beg of you not to
move or to become unduly excited.
Physicians tell us that excitement
wastes the red corpuscles, that is to
say, the life of the blood."
"Your blood, sir, must be very thin,"
I returned coolly. But I cursed him
soundly in my mind. William's bulg
ing side-pocket convinced me that any
undue excitement, on my part would
be exceedingly dangerous.
"William, you can always tell a
gentleman," said the chief rogue ad
miringly. "A gentleman always re
cognizes his opportunities, and never
loses his sense of the balance of
"And he is usually witty, too, sir,"
The girl sat pale and rigid in her
"What do you want?" I demanded
"For one thing. I should like to
question the propriety of a gentle
man's sitting down to dine with a lady
without having washed his face. The '
'"' v u-mi I
The Master Rcgue Lighted a Cigarette.
coal-dust does not add to your manly
beauty. You haven't a cake of soap
about you. William, have you?"
"No sir." Wiliam's face expressed
indescribable enjoyment of the scene. !
The girl's mouth stiffened. She was .
struggling to repress the almost irre
sistible smile that tickled her lips. |
"In times like these," said I, deter- !
mined not to be outdone, "we are '
often thoughtless in regard to our
personal appearances. I apologize to
"Fine, fine! I sincerely admire you,
Mr. Cornstalk. You have the true I
spirit, of adventure. Hasn't he, Wil- j
"He certainly has, sir."
"Comes to a private b;UI without an |
invitation, and has a merry time of J
it Indeed To have the perfect sense
of humor—that is what makes the j
world go round."
"Aren't you taking extra risk in of
fering me these pleasantries?" I askod.
"Risks? In what manner?"
"The man you so cleverly imper- j
sonated is at the club." I do not know |
what prompted me to put him on his
The rogue laughed lightly. "I know
Mr. Haggerty's habits, lie is hustling j
back to New York as fast as he can. \
lie passed here ten minutes ago in i
the patrol, lickety-clip! He wishes to j
warn all pav.nbrokers and jewelers to '
be on the lookoct for me to-morrow.
Ten thousand in a night!"—jovially.
"A very tidy sum, sir," said William. }
"A fourth of which goes to you, my j
good and faithful friend."
"Thank you, sir," replied William. \
Two cooler rogues I never wish to !
"But wouldn't it he will, sir, to [
hasten?" asked William.
"We have plenty of time now, my
"You have not entered this room,"
said the girl, her terror slipping from
her, "simply to offer these banalities.
What do you wish?"
"What perspicacity, Wiliam!" cried
the rogue, taking out a cigarette case.
"I don't know what that wor<j j
means, sir, but as you do, it seems to
fit the occasion proper enough."
"It means. William, that this charm
ing young lady scents our visit from
"I had a suspicion, sir. that it might
mean that." William leaned against
the wail, his beady eyes twinkling mer
The master rogue lighted a cigar
ette at one of the candles.
"Pardon me." he said, "but will
you join me?"—proffering the hand
some gold case.
I took a cigarette and fired it. (I
really wanted it.) I would show up
well before this girl If I died for It.
I blew a cloud of smoke at the can
dle-flame. There was a sparkle of
admiration in the girl's eyes.
"Mr. Cornstalk, my respect for you
increased each moment." The rogue
"And to whom might this hand
aumc ueiung: i asaea, examin
ing It closely
"Oh, that has always been mine.
There was a time," —blowing rings at
the candelabrum, —"when I was re
spected like yourself, rich, sought
after. A woman and a trusted friend:
how these often tumble down our
beautiful edifices! Yes, lam a scamp,
j a thief, a rogue: but not because I
| need the money. No,"—with retro-
I spectivc eyes—"l need excitement,
tremendous and continuous, —excite-
ment to keep my vigilance and Inven
-1 tion active day and night, excitement
! to obliterate memory.
"But WP can't do it, my friend, we
can t do it. Memory is always with
I us. She is an Impartial Nemesis; she
' dogs the steps of the righteous and
the unrighteous. To obliterate mem
ory. that is it! And where might I
find this obliteration, save in this
j life? Drugs? Pah! Oh, I have given
I Haggerty a royal chase. It has been
i meat and drink to me to fool the
I cleverest policeman in New York. Till
[ yesterday my face, as a criminal, was
unknown to any man Or woman, save
William here, who was my valet in the
old days. I have gone to ray clubs,
dined, played billiards: a fine comedy,
a fine comedy! To-morrow William
and 1 sail for Europe. Miss Haw
thorne, you wear one of the most ex
i quisite rubies 1 lmve ever seen. Per
mit me to examine it."
The girl tore the ring from her fin
ger and flung it on the table. 1 made
a move as though to push back my
j "I wouldn't do it, sir," warned Wil-
I liam quietly,
j My muscles relaxed.
I "Do not commit any rash action. Mr.
I Cornstalk," said the girl, smiling
I bravely into my eyes. "The gentle
! man would not appreciate it."
The master rogue picked up the
ring and rolled it lovingly about his
"Beautiful, beautiful!" he mur
mured. 'Finest pigeon-blood, too. It
is easy worth a thousand. Shall I
give you my note of exchange for it?"
—humorously. The girl scorned to re
ply. He took out a little chamois bag
and emptied its contents on the table
How 'ci:ey sparkled, scintillated, glow
ed: thousands in the whitest of
stones! How he ever had got his
fingers on them is something I shall
never learn. "Aren't they just beauti
ful?" he asked naively. "Can yoti
blame me for coveting them?" He set
the ruby on top of the glittering heap.
It lay there like a drop of blood. Pres
ently he caught it up and —presented
i it to ;he girl, who eyed him in aston
ishment. "1 only wanted to look at
tt." he said courteously. "I like your
grit as much as I admire your beauty.
Keep the ring."
She slipped it mechanically over her
"But you, my dear Mr. Cornstalk!"
he cried, turning his shining eyes
upon me. while his fingers deftly re
placed the gems in the bag.
( "I have no jewelry," I replied, toss-
I ing aside the cigarette,
j "But you have something infinitely
I better. I am rather observant. In
j Frlard's curio-shop you carelessly ex
i hibited a wallet that was simply chok
ing to death with long yellow-boys.
You have if. still. Will you do me
the honor?"—stretching out his slim
' lite h^nd.
I locked at William; he nodded.
There wasn't the slightest chance for
1 me to argue. So I drew out my wal
; let. I extracted the gold-bills' and
| made a neat little packet of them. It
hurt, hurt like the deuce, to part with
i them. But —!
"Game. William, isn't he? Most.
; men would have flung the wallet at
"Ote "* Is game, sir; never you
doubt ;t, sir," a_i..2 ,t>w amiable Wil
"I have »dia« »l)*er in change," I
i suggested with some bitterness.
"Far be it that I should touch sil
ver," he said generously, did this
j rogwe. "Besides, you will need some
j thing to pay for this little supper and
! 'he fare back to New York." My bills
disappeared into his pocket. "You
j will observe that I trust you implicitly.
; I haven't even counted the money."
j William sniggered.
"And' is there' anything further?" I
inquired. The comedy was beginning
j to weary me. it was so one-sided.
"I am in no. particular hurry," the
| rogue answered, bis sardonis smile
! returning. "It is so long since I have
I chatted with people of my kind."
"Pardon me, I meant from a social
point of view only. I admit we would
not be equals in the eye of the Pres
And then followed a scene that re
minds me to this day of some broken,
fantastic, dream, a fragment from
some bewildering nightmare.
For suddenly I saw his eyes widen
and flash with anger and apprehen
sion. Quick as a passing sun-shadow,
his hand swept the candelabrum
from the table. He made a swift back
ward spring toward the door, but he
was a littie too late. The darkness
he had created was not intense
enough, for there was still the ruddy
glow from the logs; and the bosom
of his dress-shirt made a fine target.
Resides, the eyes that had into
the window were accustomed to the
To Be Continued.
The above story "Hearts and
Masks," will be shown at Photo
play Theatre in motion pictures
Wednesday, January 20.
r* 5 BS
Friday evening only, Ethel Barry
more, in her new play, "The
Mondy, matinee and night, Jan. 18,
Al. G. (Field uMimrtrels.
Every afternoon and evening, high
Every afternoon and evening, vaude
ville and pictures.
"The shadow," the new play in
which Charles 'Frohnian is to present
Kt'hcl Barrymore at the 'Majestic Fri
day evening, was originally written by
Dario Niecodemi for IMadame Re, jane
and intended for Paris production dur
ing the present season. War condi
tions now prevailing in 'France briugs
its lirst performance to this country in
stead, Alias Barrymore enacting the role
in wfbich Madame Re, jane was to have
appeared. The English translation has
■been made by Michael Morton, author
of "The Yellow Ticket.'' Bruce Mc-
Rae, who is to 'be seen here in the
leading male role with Miss Ethel
'Barrymore, will t>e recalled for his as
sociation with 'Miss Barrymore in many
of her earlier successes, nota'bly
"t'ousiu Kate." "Sunday," "Lady
Frederick," "Captain Jinks," "The
Silver tBox" and "Her Sister." For
surrounding roles in "The Shadow,"
Charles Frohnian has supplied such dis
tinguished players as Grace Klliston,
Ernest Lawford, Edward Fielding, Amy
Veness and Vera I'ole. Adv.*
Al G. Field's Minstrels
Inventions that enable new, startling,
or magnificent effects on the stage are
not very frequent any more, but t'his
year the public witnesses a sensational
one, in the Aurora Borealis scene shown
during the performance of 'the Al. G.
Field iMinstrels at the IMajestic Monday
matinee and night. The number is en
titled, "The Earn! of the Midnight
Bun," ami tihe splendor of the picture
is almost bewildering. The spectator
sees the vast reaches of the Arctic re
gions, with t'he sun sinking behind the
polar mountains of ice and snow, and
yet illuminating all by a reflected
iridescence. Then is beheld the gor
geous phenomenon of the Aurora
Borealis, with its irradiation of dazzling
contrasted colors. This phenomenon i 9
not visible to the people of this coun
try very often. Hence, to see it accu
rately reproduced in the theatre is a
rare opportunity for the present gen
eration When it can acquaint itself with
one of nature's grandest and most im
posing spectacles. Adv.*
At the Orpheum
" A Breath of Old Virginia," the
title of a southern romance, that Jo
seph 'Hart is presenting at the Orpheum
this week, is the most 'beautiful playlet
t'hat Keith vaudeville 'brought to llar
risbnrg for many a long day. It has
'been called a sketch within a sketch
and its a romance within a romance,
too. The action of the playlet opens in
a pretty setting representing the draw
ing room of a typical southern mansion
and here a very ■, leasing young man is
seen courting a winsome and (beautiful
girl. When he asks her to marry him
and she says fhat within fifteen min
utes her promise to marry another
would elapse and she would then give
'him her answer. Before the fitfeen min
utes pass, a southern ofliccr, with one
arm missing, calls upon the girl, and
seeing his rival there, asks if her prom
ise still holds good. "Certainly it
does, - ' says the girl, and she induces
the officer to gather some of the (low
ers in the garden for her. During his
absence, the girl tells of the deed of
chivalry the oflicer committed for her
sake and in that way lost his good,
right arm. Her story is not narrated,
•but it is acted. The scene in days of
war is particularly effective and the
acting is of ;i high order. The sweet
'heart role, played 'bv June Keith, is
At the Colonial
Do your shopping at the Country
Store to-night. Choice gifts of every
description will he given away and, of
course, there will be heaps of fun for
everybody. Country Store will be a
part -of the fine little vaudeville show
that appears tor its last engagements
at the Busy Corner to-night. The bill
includes the Mendelssohn Four, of mu
sicians and singers, and throe others of
merit and variety. Herron and Douglas
will appear at the Colonial to-morrow,
as one of the interesting features of
the new Show. They will present a
rattling comedy called "Jimmy Pink
erton's First Case." The Jeanettes will
offer their European novelty with tiheir
little animal actors as another of the
important attractions. Adv.*
Artistic Printing at Star-Independent
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sent to any address in the United States, by mail, for 5 cents extra to cover
cost of package and postage.
The Star-Independent Calendar for 1915 is another of the handsome serie«i,
featuring important loeal views, issued by this paper for many years. It is 11x14
inches in size and shows a pieture, extraordinary for clearness and detail, of the
"Old Capitol," built 1818 and destroyed by fire in 1897. It is iu fine huli' tono
effect and will bo appreciated for its historic value as well as for its beauty.
Mail orders given prompt attention. Remit 15 cents in stamps, and ad
dress all letters to the
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BILLIONS OF FEET OF LUMBER
Recent Sales Open Up Vast Timber
Tract in Washington State
Washington, D. C., Jan. 13. —Kerent
by the jeovernment totaling 126,-
000,000 feet of saw timlber in the
Olympic national forest, in Western
Washington, mark the opening of this
hitherto inaceessiible store house of
tiim'!>er, eetimaited to contain a stand of
33 billion board feet.
Ijoclgo pole pine, one of the principal
trees of the Koeky mountains, makes
good strong wrapping paper and pulp
Osa;ge orange wool is a source oi' dye
and can be used to supplement the im
ported fustic wood, as a permanent yel
low fox textiles.
News print paper has been made by
the forest service laboratory from twen
ty-four different woods, and a number
compare favorably with standard spruce
Fhe forest service is co-operating
with fifty-four railroads, mining com
panies, polo companies and cities in
making tests of wOotlen ties, timbers,
poles, piling and paving blocks which
have been given preservative treat
Convict Four Dynamiters
\ork, Pa., Jan. 13.—Four Italians
were convicted here yesterday for dyna
miting the residence of N'ick Morella.
a grocer, from whom they had attempt
ed to extort money by threatening let
ters. Morella and his family barely
escaped with their lives.
Three Cbarmlnc lalnndi Are .Now
•t Their Beat
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newest and only twin-screw steam
ship sailing to Bermuda, and th«
only one landing; passengers at tha
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I Farmers' Alliance Convenes
Williamsport, I'a., Jan. 13. —The
| 25th annual session of the Pennsylvania
State Farmers' Alliance and Industrial
Union opened at the Park hotel yes
terday, with 40 delegates present,. Mrs.
Joseph Bussler, of Muncy, l welcomed
i tlie officers and delegates. E. G. Bur
! dick, of Potter county, responded. The
] work of the organization during the
j year was reviewed by the president,
I). M. Gunter. of Mckean county, in
his annual address.
COURT OF COMMON pr.FHS SO. B
COUNTY OK PHILADELPHIA,
j December Term. lUIO. No. 4799.
3AMIJKL FtEA. Truster.
PENNSYLVANIA CANAL, COMPANY et al.
TIIUSTWE'S FOItECLOBURB SALE
] OF AU, THE ESTATE, REAL AND PHRSON
| AL, RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES WHATSO
EVER OF THE PENNSYLVANIA CANAL
Pursuant to decree of the Court of Common
Pleas No. 5. for Philadelphia County, nia<|<' in
the above entitled caw November 16. 1913, an
amended Oct oner it), p.i!4. Saniu«l Rea, Sulmtiiut
ed Iru.-fee under the mortgage given aud ex«-«ui
j ed July 1, by Pennsylvania Canal Company
<to Heimau 1/ombaert an original t;uaie« t«>
secure the pnwucnt of its ,-oup.in bonus lu til"
■1 mount ut JS.OOO.OUU. of ihc ilviiolllitiallnn of *l.-
IMKI, due Jul.v 1 IUIO, of which Doll lis to 1..»
am.-unt or $1,945,0U0 nrc oiiUliindlnit .In* I
anpHlil. i won which default wj« mailt* when lh">'
fell dim on miilit Hint day of .inly, mm. will sell
at i*illlllo All. lion, ,11 12 o'clock at I:,a
i Cheat nut street. I'hllaiJelphia. Pa . on Weilneailnr.
April 7. llllfi, the properties, rights atul privl
leg«-s Iwreiiiafter briefly described. reference b<*'i»i
i mine to Paid decree for a full dea. rlptior. on i
conditions and t<*rmn of sale hereinafter act forth,
PROPERTIES 'lt) BE SOLI).
(a.) That portion, being about rt 71 - 10C» mllea Pi
1 length. of the Wyoming Division of ih«* Canal e\
U-mlinK from Northampton street, in the City fl
i Wilkes-Barre, to the naatern boundary of thai por-1
i lion of the Canal which waa conveyed by the Canal
i , l .° „ HniT3r , K - by deed dated Februny
i 2i. l»Ufi; subject as to part thereof, to the right*
! and caaemont for railroad puipoaes granted by the
j Jar 'll ~c. lit the North ami West Brunch Ituilwa/
to. by deed dated Almost 1,1, ISB3. and rccor led
In l.u/ern,- County In Heed liool, •.'.TO. p.Ke .ISO;
! •°d subject to ?he grant of coal end olh»-r min
erals etc.. underlying the Mime part thereof undn
by the < nnal Co. to Cl-arle« Parrlah by dred daini
December .tl. ISKIJ, recorded in Luzerne County in
De« «l Book No. 241. page
(b.i Su h right as the Canal Co. may hnve »<»
reconstruct and maintain ib«- 'lam acroas ih'
West Brnnob of the Susquehanna R'.ver n .ir
Montgomery, in the County of Lywnvng. j.ni
• kuovvn as the Miim-.v Dam. and th»- purtlrn of hn»
j West Bmnch Division of the i-.ui.il, about ou •
mile in length, contiguous to the sit. .»f ti, r mil
j d«ni. extending from a point 4«H> feet R;i*l tvnrdiv
| measured along the South property Hue ■ f mid
Canal from the intersection of said proper!v lln -
with a lino in prolongation Southwardly ia<;o*«
the canal) of the breast of said Muncy Dam. to
1 a point in a line in prolongation .Southwardly.
I acroga the canal, of the Westerly line of th"
Ix>ck House lot at Lock No. 19. In the Townshi,.
of Montgomery. County of Incoming. t<g*'the>
i with the right t9 food certain lands above aiii
(e.l That part of the portion of the West
! Branch Division of the Canal In Snyder Coun.v
extending from Selinsgrove railroad bridge to t ie
former site of Perm's Creek Aqueduct, a dis
tame of about 3.1-10 miles, which was reuervd
j to the Canal Company in its deed t«> the Northern
I en tral Connecting Railroad Coiu|>tiuy. dat«d (.»<•-
i I?!* 01 ,r 4, an d rec. rded In Snyder ('o . n
j Miscellaneous Book No. 6. page 378 a.
fd.> That portion having a length of about f»t>
feet of the Juniata Division of ih» Canal at
I Juniata Jun. lion. Dauphin County, extending fr.>n»
i the Eastward boundary of the Canal ns conveyed
by ibe Canal Co. t.. the P. R. R. Co. by deed
! dated October 18. 181)9. to the Western boundary
I of Ihe Eestern Division of trald Canal, together
| with the four frame dwelling hounds thrreon
le) That portion of the Eastern Division of ths
Canal, at said Juniata Junction, oxteuding South
wardlv from the Southern boundary of the Canal
as conveyed by the (.'anal Co. to the Northern
I Central Connecting R. R. Co. by deed d.ited Octo
J her 24. 1903. to and Including the lock to the pool
at Marks Ferry dam.
<f.) The bridge across the Sasqnehanna R'ver
at riark* Ferry In the Township . f Re?d, Count*
of Dauphin, known as Clarks Ferry Itlver bridge,
having a length of twenty hundred and eight.▼-
I eight (30SS) f,<>t more or less, subject to eondein
, nation proceedings heretofore Instituted by the
J County of Danphin to acquire the bridge, together
i with the right to the damage* awarded therefor.
<g.) That portion of the Wlconisco Division oi
J the Canal In Dauphin f'ounty extending from m
point 150 feet above the beait of the outlet law
known as "No. 1" at Clarks Ferry, Westward!?
a distance of *OO feet, more or less, to s pol»H «l
; the intake slio from the Susquebanna River «-»]
, dan- across said River at Clarks Ferry, togeths#
i with the frame dwelling thereon, having an esti
j mated srea of about one acre.
I Also, all the personal property of the Canal Co.
at\d sll the estate, right, title and 'nterest of the
! <*nai Co. of, in and io all isal estate, real prop
ert.v rlghtf and privileges of e*«»rv kind soever
1 forming part of. connected with or belonging or in
[ any way appertaining to the works and property
! now or heretofore known as the Pennsylvania
Canal (excepting the parts and portions heretofore
; sold and conveyed by the Canal Oo.) and all and
singular the corporate rights and franchlsea of th«
Canal Co. and generally all property whatever and
wher-soever. real, personal and mixed, thereto be
longing and In any wa.v appertaining.
TERMS AND CONDITION!},
t. The several above described premises will
be drat offered for sale separately, and then all
; of the said premise* as a whole, to the highest
and best bidders, subject to confirmatlos by the
2. Twenty-live ner cent, of the amount of any
accepted bid shall l.e paid at the time of sal", in
cash, and the balance of the purchase money shall
he paid upon confirmation of the sale by tlie
Court, without any liability of the purchaaer to
see to the application of the purchase money,
Cumberland Valley Railroad
In Effect May 24. 1914.
Trnln* Leave llarrUtburu—
For Winchester and Martinsburg, at
5.(13, •7.50 a. ill., *3.40 p. m.
Kor Hagerstown, Cliambersburg and
intermediate stations, at *&.03, *7.&0.
•11.53 a. in.. *3.40. 6.32. *7.40, 11.09
Additional trains for Carlisle aaS
Mechanicsburg at 9.48 a. ra„ 2.18. 3.27,
t, 30. 9.30 p. in.
For Dillsburfj at 5.03, *7.50 and *11.&1
«_ ni„ 2.18. *3.40. 0.32, G. 30 p. ra.
I 'Dally. All other trains daily exces'
Sunday. J H. TONGE,
H. A. RIDDLJS. Q. P. A Snj»t