Publication: The Wayne County Herald
Honesdale, PA, United States
SHERIFF'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. -- By virtue of process issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Wayne county, Pennsylvania, to me directed, I have levied on and will offer at public sale, at the Court House in the borough of Honesdale,
THURSDAY, AUG. 9, 1906, at 2 o'clock, p.m.,
All of the defendant's right, title and interest in the following described property to wit:
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the township of Palmyra, county of Wayne, State of Pennsylvania, bounded as follows: BEGINNING at a corner on the southeasterly side of a piece of land sold sold by this grantor to Robert Arnold being also thirty feet at right angles westerly from the center line of the Erie railroad; thence by the Arnold line, using present courses, south sixty degrees fifteen minutes west one hundred and seventeen and eight-tenths feet; thence south seventeen degrees fifty minutes east eight hundred and ninety-four tenths feet; thence north eighty-eight degrees ten minutes east one hundred and twenty-eight an two-tenths feet to a corner thirty feet at right angles from the Erie railroad and thence by lines thirty feet from the center line of the same north two degrees west two hundred and eighty-nine feet to a point of curve; thence by a curve of nine hundred and twenty-five feet radius to the left 518 feet and thence north thirty-eight degrees thirty-eight minutes west one hundred and sixty-seven feet to the place of the beginning. CONTAINING three and ninety-three hundredths acres of land or thereabouts. Excepting and reserving, however, unto the said party of the first part, its successors and assigns, all the coal and other minerals in, under and upon the said described lot of land, the surface of which is hereby conveyed and also all the right and privilege of mining and removing the same and of making and driving tunnels, passages and ways under said surface for the purpose of mining any coal owned or held by the said party of the first part, its successors or assigns, on said land, or any adjoining lands, as fully and entirely as if the said party of the first part, its successors or assigns, remained and owned in fee simple of said surface or right of soil.
Upon said premises is a one story factory building, machine shop, packing house and office building.
Seized and taken in execution as the property of the Harloe Insulator Co., at the suit of E. C. Mumford, Trustee. No. 128, May term, 1904. Judgement, $8,000. Mumford, Attorney.
TAKE NOTICE. -- All bids and costs must be paid on day of sale or deeds will not be acknowledged.
W. B. ROADKNIGHT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Honesdale, July 10, 1906.
|Keywords:||Harloe Insulator Company|
|Date completed:||June 19, 2019 by: Bob Stahr;|