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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE BUREAU OF STATISTICS BULLETIN No. 252 Abandoned and Unoccupied Fans for Sale IN PENNSYLVANIA N.JB. CRITCHFIELD, Secretary of Agriculture L. H. WIBLE, Statistician Published by Direction of the Secretary HAERISBUEG, PA. : WM. STANLEY EAT, STATE PKINTEB 1914 CONTENTS Page. Letter of Transmittal, , 5 Preface, 7 Farms for Sale: Allegheny County, 9 Armstrong County, 10 Beaver County, 11 Blair County, 12 Bradford County, 13 Bucks County, 14 Butler County, 14 Cambria County, 15 Cameron County, 15 Centre County, 16 Clarion County, 16 Clearfield County, 18 Clinton County, 20 Columbia County, 20 Crawford County, 21 Dauphin County, 23 Elk County, 23 Erie County, 24 Fulton County, 24 Huntingdon County, 25 Indiana County, 26 Jefferson County, 27 Juniata County, 29 Lancaster County, 30 Lehigh County, 30 Luzerne County, 31 Lycoming County, 31 Mercer County, 33 Monroe County, 35 Montgomery County, 35 Montour County, 37 Northumberland County, 37 Perry County, 38 Pike County, 38 Potter County, 39 Snyder County, 39 Tioga County, 39 Warren County, 41 Washington County, 44 Wayne County, 44 Westmoreland County, 46 (3) (4) LETTEE OP TEANSMITTAL Harrisburg, Pa., July 1, 1914. Hon. N. B. Critchfleld, Secretary or Agriculture : Dear Sir: I have the pleasure to submit herewith a descriptive list of abandoned and unoccupied farms for sale in Pennsylvania, col- lected and compiled by the Bureau of Statistics, Department of Agri- culture; and request that the same be published in bulletin form for distribution, as we have more than one hundred requests filed in this Bureau for information concerning this class of farms. I beg to remain. Very respectfully yours, L. H. WIBLE, Statistician. (5) (6) PEEFACE Many requests have been coming to this Department, within the last two or tliree years, for information concerning "Abandoned Farms" in the State of Pennsylvania. The use of this term in this State can scarcely be regarded as cor- rect, for the reason that while there is a great deal of uncultivated forest lands in the State of Pennsylvania, there are but very few farms that are not under cultivation ; and of those that may be con- sidered as not being under cultivation, there is still a less number that can be regarded as being abandoned. In order to be able to meet the requests already referred to, this bulletin has been prepared, showing the number of farms that are unoccupied at the date of its issue; or, perhaps to be more correct, it should be said, at the date when the information concerning them was obtained. A careful inquiry was made, which reveals the fact that but 106 such farms, that are for sale, are located in our State, and the in- formation is made public in the hope that it may result in the occu- pation of these farms by persons who will turn their energy toward helping to meet the demand of our people for food supplies. N. B. CEITCHFIELD, Secretary of Agriculture. Harrisburg, Pa., July 2, 1914. (7) (8) ABANDONED AND UNOCCUPIED FAEMS FOE SALE IN PENNSYLVANIA Allegheny County No. /I, — Farm of 77 acres, situated in Mifflin Township; seven miles from Pittsburgh and one-eighth mile from Willook (population 10,000), on line of Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad. One-fourth mile from school, church (United Presbyterian) and milk station. High- ways, good. Surface, rolling. Soil, limestone. 30 acres in meadow; 75 acres tillable. Best adapted to wheat, oats, corn and hay. Fences, wire, and in good condition. House, frame, six rooms, good con- dition. Barn, frame, good condition. Chicken house. House, watered by city water ; fields, by running stream. Price, $400.00 per acre. Terms, cash. Address S. E. Ehoades, 212 Wilmot street, Du- quesne, Pa. No. 2. — Farm of 75 acres, situated in Hampton Township; one mile from Allison Park P. O., E. D. No. 1 ; at the railway station of West Hoffman, and on line of Pittsburgh and Butler Electric Street , railway. One-fourth mile from school; three-fourths mile from church, Methodist and United Presbyterian. Highways, good. Nearest large city is Pittsburgh which may be reached by the Electric road or Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad. Distance, ten miles. The surface is part level and part rolling and hilly. Few acres in tim- ber, principally oak. About 40 acres tillable. Fences, none. House is small and not in good condition. Small stable. House, watered by spring. Price, |175.00 per acre. Terms, to suit purchaser. There is a creek running through the farm. It is a good site for an ice plant or factory. Address Milton C. Bryant, 16 Trenton avenue, 'Edgewood Park, Pa. \'~ No. 3. — Farm of 100 acres, located three miles from Imperial P. 0., D. No. 1; two and one-half miles from railway station at Enlow, on line of Montour railway. School near farm. Two miles from church and two miles from condensing plant. Highways are clay roads and in good condition. Surface, rolling. Limestone soil. About 16 acres in meadow. Some timber, largely oak, cherry and hickory. Whole farm is tillable. Two orchards, the one not yet in bearing. The soil is adapted to crops usually grown in Pennsylvania. Fencing, wire, and in good condition. Small five-room house, two and one- half story. New building for machinei'y and corn crib. Barn, old. (9) 10 House watered by spring; barn by spring run and fields are well watered. Price, .f65.00 per acre. Terms, to suit purchaser. We bought this farm as an investment, but a death in the family has caused us to change our plans. Fine concrete road from Coraopolis to Imperial. This farm may be reached by the Montour Railroad from Coraopolis to Imperial. Address Mrs. N. W. Shafer, E. D. No. 1, Imperial, Pa. Armstrong County No. 4. — Farm of fiO acres, situated in Parks Township; one mile from Dime postoflfice; three and one-half miles from railway ^station at Leechburg, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad; one-half mile from school, two and one-half miles from church, Lutheran and others, at Leechburg. Highways, good. Leecliburg is the nearest city or large village, population, about 5,000. Reached by highway. Surface is rolling. Good soil, principally loam. 10 acres in meadow; 2 acres in timber, good oak. Nearly whole farm is tillable. About 20 apple and some peach trees. Adapted to general farm and garden crops. Outside fences, rail, and in fair condition. No buildings. Price, $60.00 per acre. Terms, to suit purchaser. Price includes coal now under option at |45.00 per acre. Address H. L. Wolf, 1206 Leishman avenue. New Kensington, Pa. No. 5. — Farm of 30 acres, situated in Valley Township; six miles from Kittanning postoffice, R. D. No. 2; three miles from railway station at Pine Furnace, on line of Bufl'alo, Rochester and Pitts- burgh Railroad ; one mile from school ; two miles from church, Protes- tant; three miles from milk station. Highways, hilly. Kittanning is the nearest city and has a population of 10,000. Reached by State road. 10 acres level and balance hilly. Altitude about 1,200 feet. Soil, good. 10 acres in timber, oak ; 10 acres tillable. 25 apple trees. Best adapted'to corn and buckwheat. Fences, not good. Four-room house and kitchen, in fair condition. Barn 32x32, fair condition. House, watered by spring; barn, by run water; and fields, by springs. Price, .|2,000.00. Terms, easy. Address American Natural Gas Com- pany, R. H. Smith, Vice-President, Park Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. No. 6. — Farm of 100 acres, situated in Franklin Township; o and one-half miles from Cowansville, postoffice and r-ailway station, on line of Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railroad; one mile from school; one and one-half miles from church. Nearest city is Kittanning, seven miles, population, 10,000. Reached by highway. Surface, mostly level, except the Avoodland which is rough. Altitude, 1,450 feet. Soil, sandy loam. 18 acres in meadow; 25 acres in tim- ber, second growth chestnut; 75 acres tillable. Fruit: 20 cherries, 30 apple, 8 plum, some peaches and grapes. Adapted to hay and grain of all kinds. Rail and wire fences, need some repairs. 7-room 11 cottage house with good cellar. Bauk bai'n, 40x40, in good condition. Coal house, pig pen and chicken house. House and barn are watered by good wells and fields by two good springs. Price, |60.00 per acre. Terms, two-thirds cash, balance at 4 per cent. Lime vein is 14 feet. Coal vein from four to five feet tliick. Address Daniel Berger, 59 Northeast Yhie street, CoAvansville, Pa. :No. 7. Farm of 28 acres, situated in Gilpin Township ; three and one-half miles from Leechburg postoffice and railway station, on line of West Peun Kailroad; two miles from school; one and one-half miles from church,. Lutheran. Highways, fine level clay roads. Nearest large town is Leechburg, population, about 5,000. Eeached by railway. Surface part hilly and part level. Altitude about 1,000 feet. Eich soil, slightly stony. About 5 acres in timber, oak, chest- nut, hickory, maple and other kinds. Whole farm is tillable. Fruit : apples in abundance, peaches, pears, cherries and quinces. Adapted to all kinds of grain, potatoes, hay, etc. Line fences good, others poor. No buildings. Fields are watered by small stream. Price, 1900.00. Terms, one-third cash, balance in one or two years. This is a fine fruit farm. Dower in this farm. Address Charles S. Biggie, Follansbee, West Virginia. ]S[o. 8. — Farm of 65^ acres, situated in Gilpin Township; one and one-fourth miles from Leechburg postoffice, and railway station, on line of West Penn Eailroad; three-fourths mile from school; one and one-fourth miles from church, different denominations. Milk station at Leechburg. Highways, fine level clay and macadam roads. Leech- burg is the nearest large town, population about 5,000. Eeached by railway. The surface is hilly but not rough. Altitude about 900 feet. The soil is clay, loam and shale. About 15 acres in meadow; 6 in timber, white oak, chestnut oak, hickory, and other kinds. About 60 acres tillable. Fruits: apple, pear, peach, small number of each. Adapted to practically all grains. Fences, board and wire, not in very good condition. House has eight rooms and is in fair con- dition. Bank barn, 40x50, in fair condition. Smoke house, hog pen and poultry house. House is watered by well and spring; barn, by creek ; fields by springs and small stream. Price, |40.00 per acres. Terms, one-third cash, one-third in one year, balance is widow's dower. This farm is close to market and a good farm for pasture and truck gardening. Address Chas. S. Eiggle, Follansbee, West Virginia. Beaver County No. 9. — Farm of 62 acres, situated in Economj^ Township ; two miles from Ambridge postoffice and railway station, on line of Penn- sylvania Eailroad, three-fourths mile from school and two miles from church. Highways, good. Nearest large city is Pittsburgh, 18 miles. V 12 population 600,000. Reached by rail and highway. Surface is roll- ing. Altitude 800 feet. Soil, loam and sandy. Eight acres in meadow; 12 acres in timber, locust and oak. Acres tillable, 40. Fruit: about 30 apple trees. Adapted to grain crops usually grown in Pennsylvania. Rail fences in fair condition. Barn, 20x30 feet, corn crib and chicken coop. House burned down a year ago. Price, $10,- 000.00. Terms, |6,500.00 cash, balance on mortgage. Never-failing spring and creek running through farm. Address Frank Gorman, 33-56 Fifth avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. No. 10. — Farm of 147 acres, situated in Brighton Township; one and one-half miles from Beaver postoffice, R. D. No. 2; one and one- half miles from railway station at Beaver, on line of P. & L. E. and C. & P. railroads; one-half mile from school; one and one-half miles from cliurches at Beaver. Highways, good. Nearest large town is Beaver, population, about 4,000. Reached by highway. Surface, roll- ing. Clay soil. Twenty acres in meadow; 60 acres in timber, pine, beech, oak and locust. Between 80 and 90 acres tillable. Fruit: a few apple, peach and pear. All kinds of fruits adapted to this State do well on this farm. Best adapted to corn, oats, wheat and pota- toes. Fences are not good. Substantial stone house, nine rooms and halls. Small four-room tenant house. Large bank barn, 40x60, out- side in good condition, repairs needed inside. Smoke house and chicken house. Spring and well at house; spring at barn; fields well watered by springs. Price, .fl5,000.00. Terms, to suit purchaser. Address Mrs. Hannah W. Peters, R. D. No. 2, Beaver, Pa. ~ ■ Blair County No. 11. — Farm of 138 acres, situated in Snyder Township; three miles from Tyrone postoffice, R. D. No. 2; three miles from railway station at Tyrone, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad ; two miles from school; three miles from churches, Lutheran, Presbyterian and Methodist ; two miles from milk station and three miles from con- densing plant. Highways, good, except short distance. Nearest large town is Tyrone, population, 8,000. Distance, three miles. Reached by highway. General surface features are rolling. Altitude, 1,000 feet. Red shale soil. Four acres in meadow and 48 acres in timber. Kinds, oak, pine and chestnut. Ninety acres tillable. Fruit: 5 peach, 5 pear, 40 apple, 6 sweet cherry, 12 sour cherry, 15 plum, and many grape vines. Best adapted to corn, oats, wheat and hay. Barbed wire fences. Log house, not in good condition. Stable for three head of cattle. House and barn are watered by springs. Price, ^2,500.00. Terms, to suit purchaser. This farm is well adapted to fruit culture and never misses a crop. Address Geo. P. Purdue, 609 West Thirteenth street, Tyrone, Pa. - Fig. 1 — Gray.iiig.' on l''anii 1-'!, Ariiii'iiin 'rii\viis!ii|i , I'.indfoid ('(Hiiity Fig. 2.— Farm 13 iu Backgruuud, Armeuia Tuwuship, Bradford Couuty 13 Bradford County No. 12. — Farm of 113 acres, situated in Wyalusing Township ; railway station on farm, on line of Lehigh Valley Eailroad; one- half mile from school ; two miles from church, Presbyterian ; one mile from creamery. Nature of highways, good. Nearest large town is Towanda, population, 7,000. Distance, 11 miles. Beached by rail and highway. Surface, rolling. 10 acres in river flats. Soil, loam. Whole farm is tillable. Fruit of all kinds. Adapted to all kinds of grain crops grown in Pennsylvania. Fences, good. House and barn are not in good condition. Well at house. Price, $45.00 per acre. Terms, reasonable. Beautiful location on the Susquehanna river. Address Henry L. Wattles, 1038 Ninth street, Douglas, Arizona. No. 13. — Farm of 400 acres, located in Armenia Township; four miles from Canton postoffice; three miles from railway station at Alba, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; three-fourths mile from school; three miles from churches ((5 in Canton, 2 in Alba, 2 in Ar- menia) ; three miles from creamery; three miles from milk station. Highways, level, good roads. Nearest large town is Canton, popula- tion, 2,000. Distance four miles. Eeached by rail. Surface, smooth, slightly rolling. Altitude, 2,000 feet Soil, red shale and sandy loam. 200 acres in meadow and paf-ture; 200 acres in timber. Kinds, maple, beech and cherry. Acres tillable, 200. Twenty-five to fifty apple trees of different kinds. Best adapted to potatoes, buckwheat, oats and corn. Fences, wire, in good condition. House, 30x30, in fair condition. House watered by pipe from spring. Barn, 30x100, with basement stanchions for 25 cows, horse stalls and silo. Barn watered by spring in yard; fields, by creek and spring. Price, |;15.00 per acre. Terms, half down, time to suit purchaser. Farm about evenly divided by Fall Brook road running east and west. Canton road runs north and south on the east boundary. Address T. M. Fassett, Canton, Pa. No. 14. — Farm of 100 acres, situated in Overton Township; two and one-half miles from Overton postoffice, E. D. No. 47; six and one- half miles from railway station at New Albany, one line of Lehigh Valley Eailroad ; one mile from school ; two and one-half miles from church, German Eeformed, Methodist Episcopal and Eoman Catho- lic; two and one-half miles from creamery. Highways are good dirt roads. Nearest large town is Towanda, population, 4,000. Distance, 15 miles. Eeached by highway. Surface features are rolling and level. Clay soil. About 60 acres have been mowed with machinery. Five acres in timber, beech, birch, chestnut and oak. Nearly entire farm is tillable. Fruit : apples and some small fruits. Best adapted to wheat, corn, oats, buckwheat, hay and potatoes. Fences in fair condition. House, main building is 30 feet square, and attachment. 14 16x24. Entire house well finished. Cellar under both buildings. Barn, fifty feet square. Stables well ventilated. Out-buildings, granarj^, hog pen and chicken house. Never-failing spring about 15 feet from door. Barn and fields watered b}^ springs. Trout stream flows through farm. Price, |2,000.00. Terms, |600.00 cash, and balance in yearly payments of flOO with interest at 4 per cent. Ad- dress Mrs. Mary A. Walsh, E. D. No. 2, Dushore, Pa. Bucks County jjo. i5._Farm of 38 acres, situated in Upper Wakefield Township; one mile from Buckmanville postofflce, E. D. No. 1 ; tliree miles from railway station at Wycomb, on line of North East Beading Eailroad; three-fourths mile from school; two miles from church, Presbyterian. Highways, good smooth roads. Nearest large town is New Hope. Beached by trolleys. Boiling and level surface. Soil, red shale. Six acres in meadow ; 30 acres tillable. Different kinds of fruit. About 30 apple trees. Best adapted to corn, oats, wheat, hay and potatoes. Fences, wire and post and rail, all in good condition. House, four rooms, kitchen, cellar and attic. Large barn and Avagon shed, corn crib, hog pen, wood house, all in good condition. House is watered by well; barn by artesian well; and fields by running stream. Price, 13,500.00. Terms, |2,500.00 cash, balance on mortgage at five per cent. Public load in front of house. Bell Telephone in house. Huckster and butcher pass door twice weekly. Good neighbors. Two and one-half miles to Delaware river. Address Elmer E. Harvey, Buckmanville, Pa. ^^0. K).— Farm of SO acres, situated in Bedrainster Township; one mile from Weisel postoffice; four and one-half miles from railway station at Perkasie, on line of Philadelphia and Beading Eailway; one mile from school and church. Highways, good. Nearest large town is Perkasie, population, about 3,000. Beached by highways. Surface features rolling. Soil, good. Ten acres in timber, hickory, cedar, oak and chestnut. Sixty acres tillable. Orchard of about two and one-half acres, apples and pears. Fences, wire, mostly in good condition. No house. Frame cottage for summer use, 15x18 feet. Good large barn, half stone and half frame. Corn crib and four chicken houses. Good well at cottage. Price, |1,500.00. Terms, half cash and balance on mortgage. Splendid water. Good fruit. Good market at Perkasie and Quakertown. Along large creek. Address M. Antonowsky, 308 Montrose street, Philadelphia, Pa. Butler County IJo. 17.~Farm of 80 acres, situated in Clay Township; one and one-half miles from Euclid postofBce, B. D. No. 1; three-fourths mile from railway station at Queen Junction, on line of Bessemer and Lake 15 Erie Eailroad aud Allegheny and Western Railroad ; one mile from school; two miles from church, Presbyterian; one and one-half miles from creamery and three-fourths mile from milk station. Highways, level road to Queen Junction, partly hilly to Euclid. Good dirt roads. Nearest village is West Sunbury, population, 300. Distance, three miles. Eeached by highway. Ten miles to Butler, county seat, popu- lation, 20,000. Surface is nearly all rolling, some bottom meadow land. Soil, sandy, some clay, good quality. Twenty acres in meadows. Twenty acres in timber, different kinds, not very good. Whole farm is tillable, except woodland. One old orchard and one young orchard. Adapted to corn, oats, wheat, rye, buckwheat and potatoes. Fences, not good. Five-room house, frame, fair condition. Good barn, 40x50, new roof. Best spring in county at house. Fields watered by springs. Price, 150.00 per acre. Terms, cash preferred, but terms can be ar- ranged. Farm is underlaid with coal. Eailroad passes along one end of the farm. Public road runs through farm. This farm slopes to the south. Good community. Address A. L. Timblin, joint owner, Grafton, Pa. Cambria County No. 18. — Farm of about 140 acres, situated in Carroll Township; four miles from Carrolltown postofflce, E. D. No. 1 ; on line of Penn- sylvania Eailroad; one mile from school and Protestant church; four miles to Catholic church. Distance to Ebensburg, county seat, is four and one-half miles. Eeached by rail and highway. Expect to have street railway service soon. Surface, level and rolling, not stony. Soil, meadow and gravel. About 40 acres in meadow. Timber land has been cut over, some second growth. About 100 acres tillable. Fruit: apple, plum, cherry, pear, peaches, about live acres in all. Adapted to general grain crops. Fences, rail and board, fair. House, 34x34, good condition. Hot water heat. Barn 64x84; carriage shed 30x45. House is watered by spring reservoir ; fields, by spring. Price, •110,000.00. Terms, |5,000.00 cash, balance can be arranged. Address Jos. Bearer, Spangler, Pa. Cameron County No. 19. — Farm of 82 acres, situated in Grove Township ; one-eighth mile from First Fork postoftice, on line of B. & S. Eailroad; station on farm. Church and school house on farm. Good highways. Nearest large town is Austin, population, 1,000. Distance fourteen miles, reached by rail and highway. Surface features level. Altitude about 900 feet. Soil, sandy loam and clay. Six acres in meadow; twenty acres in timber. Kind, small second growth, will soon be valuable. 60 acres tillable. Fruit : 25 apple trees, some peach, pear and grapes. Best adapted to corn, potatoes, wheat, tomatoes, tobacco, garden truck and nuts. Fences, only line and pasture. House, 16x24, 16x20, 16 14x24, good, plastered, stone foundation, brick chimneys. Barn, 20x32, new. Grain house with cellar, hog house, hen house, etc. House, watered by well under porch; fields by running water and fine spring. Price, .i?2,000.00. Terms, long time on part. Paragon chestnut grove started. Good producer of cantaloupes, sweet corn, etc. Good market at DuBois, a mining town, on the B. & S. Kail- road. Address M. J. Colcord, Coudersport, Pa. Centre County ]Sro. 20.— Farm of 184 acres, situated in Howard Township; one and one-half miles from Howard postoffice and railroad station, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; one mile from school; one and one- half miles from church, Evangelical, Catholic, Eeformed, Disciple and Methodist ; nine miles from creamery. Highways are good. Lock Haven is the nearest large town, fifteen miles distant, and may be reached by rail and highway. Surface is part hilly and part roll- ing. Soil is slate and gravel. 25 acres in meadow; 50 acres in tim- ber, oak and yellow pine; 134 acres tillable. Fruit: 100 bearing apple, 150 young peach and 25 cherry trees. Adapted to corn, oats, buckwlieat and potatoes. Barb wire fences. 7-room house in pretty fair condition. Barn, 45x00 feet, needs repairs. Buildings and fields watered by springs. Price, |1,500.00. Terms, one-half down and balance in payments. Splendid iruit farm. We have apples and peaches when they freeze all around us. Address John A. Haagen, Howard, Pa. • Clarion County , No. 21. Farm of 153 acres, located in Limestone Tomisliip; two miles from Limestone postoffice and railway station, on line of N. Y. C. Railroad; three-fourths mile from school; two miles from Metho- dist church. Highways are good. Surface is rolling. Clay soiL 113 acres in young timber; 40 acres tillable. Land is adapted to wheat, corn, rye, oats and buckwheat. No fences. Two story house, 18x28 feet. Good barn, 30x46 feet. House is watered by spring. Price, ,11 0.00 per acre for surface. Terms, easy. House has a good cellar and tile wall. The buildings and timber are worth nearly as much as I ask for the farm. Coal mines within two and one-half miles. Large gas pumping station within one mile. Good farming com- munity. Limestone and coal may be had very reasonable. All mineral rights reserved. Address Oscar Knapp, New Mayville, Pa. ]^o_ 22. — Farm of 144 acres, located in Brady Township; one-half mile from Phillipston postoffice and railway station, on line of Penn- sylvania Railroad, one-half mile from school, one-half mile from church, Methodist Episcopal; 8 miles from creamery. Nearest large town is East Brady, population, 1,500. Reached by highway, one 17 mile distant. Highways, fairly good. Altitude 150 feet above Alle- gheny river. Surface features, rolling. Acres tillable, 100. About 30 apple trees, different varieties. Fences, barbed wire, good; others not so good. No house or barn, but good fields. Price, $1,600.00. Terms, to suit purchaser. About 25 acres coal land, two and one-half foot vein. Address Eobert W. Edwards, 321 Otterman street, Greens- burg, Pa. No. 23. — Farm of 43 acres, situated in Piney Township; 2 miles from Sligo postoffice and railroad station, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; three-fourths mile from school; one and one-half miles from church, Methodist Episcopal and Lutheran; five miles from creamery. Nearest town is Sligo, population, 800, reached by high- way. Distance, 2 miles. Highways are part hilly and part level. Altitude, high. Soil, clay and gravel. Acres in meadow, 12; in tim- ber, 2; kind, chestnut, fair. Acres tillable, 40. Fruits are apples, peaches, pears, crabapples and grapes. Adapted to wheat, oats and corn. Fences, wire, new. Barn 40x45, good. Fair outbuildings. Barn watered by well. Fields are watered by a small stream. Price, $1,200.00. Terms, cash. With a chance to buy 20 acres along side at 120.00 an acre, the coal reserved. Owners, A. Reese Heirs. Address Wm. Decker, New Bethlehem, Pa. No. 24. — Farm of 85 acres, located in Farmington Township; two miles from railway station at Tylersburg, on line of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; one mile from school; one and one-half miles from church, Methodist, Presbyterian and Catholic. Good road from farm to above places. Tylersburg is the nearest town _and has a population of 200. Surface level and soil good. 30 acres in meadow; 25 acres in timber. The timber is second growth chestnut. 30 acres tillable. 50 apple, 7 pear and 4 cherry trees. Rail fences. House is 18x26 with large kitchen, and in good condition. Bank barn, 44x50 feet. Good outbuildings. House is watered by spring. Fields have good drain- age. Price, 12,500.00. Terms, one-half cash, balance in one year. Best adapted to the following crops : oats, corn, buckwheat, potatoes and wheat. Owner, Mrs. Mary O'Donnell, Clarendon, Pa. Address Peter Hefren, Hallton, Pa. No. 25. — Farm of 106 acres, located one and one-half miles from Newmansville, postoflflce, R. D. No. 1; two and one-half miles from railway station at Leeper; one mile from school; one and one-half miles from, church, Methodist, Lutheran and Presbyterian. High- ways are good but hilly. Nearest large town is Clarion. Distance, 16 miles. Reached by rail. Surface is smooth and a little rolling to the east. Altitude, high. Good loam soil. Fifty acres in meadow ; forty-five acres in timber (all marketable timber reserved) ; about 65 acres tillable. Large apple orchard but has been neglected. Adapted to all kinds of grain and potatoes. Fences, board and rail, 2 18 not in good condition. Old-fashioned, seven-room house, needs some lepairs. Large barn with shed entire length, good condition; except needs painting. Well near house i-nd barn. Fields well watered by creek and spring. Price, |1,000.00. Terms, cash. Oil and gas rights reserved by former owner. Free gas to owner of farm for all farm purposes. Good gas well on farm. Owner, Parley Lewis, Lisle, ISf. Y. Clearfield County ]Slo. 2(3. — Farm of 200 acres, located one-half mile from Glen Hope postoffice and railway station, on line of New York Central Eail- road ; one-half mile from school and church, Presbyterian and Metho- dist. The highway is a good ridge road. Nearest large town is Madera, population, 4,000; distance, four miles. Eeached by rail and highway. Surface is level and rolling, very nice to work with machinery. Altitude, 1,600 feet. Quality of soil is dark loam clay, and slate subsoil. 60 acres in meadow; 5 acres in timber, oak, maple and pine; 125 acres tillable. Fruit: 75 apple, 20 cherry, 20 pear, 50 plum, 10 peach and 75 grapes. Best adapted to ,corn, oats, rye, wheat, buckwheat and potatoes. Eail and wire fences, fair con- dition. House, two and one-half story, 12 large rooms, open stair- way, plastered and papered, cellar. Bank barn 70x70 feet, hog house, 2 granai'ies, corn crib, ice house, wood house and coal house. House and barn are watered by wells; fields, by springs. Price, $4,000.00. Terms, f 1,000.00, cash, balance in annual payments. Good markets. Beautiful ,view of surrounding country. Address Mrs. J. W. Patchin, Glen Hope, Pa. No. 27. — Farm of 58 acres, located in Beccaria Township; two luiles from Utahville postoffice, R. D. No. 1; near Haverly railway station, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; one-sixteenth mile from school; two miles from church, different denominations. Good high- ways. Nearest large town is Coalport, population, 2,000. Distance, two miles. Eeached by rail and highways. This farm is rolling and has some hills. Altitude, 1,600 feet. Slate and heavy subsoil. 15 acres in timber, white oak, suitable for ties. About 38 acres tillable. Apples, peaches, plums, pears and grapes, all nursery stock. Farm is well adapted to hay, grain, potatoes and fruit. Wire and rail fences, in fair condition. House is 18x28, and in good condition. Barn 40x54, good condition. Good wagon shed 18x30 feet. Spring at house and water in barn. Price, $2,000.00. Terms, |1,000.00, cash, balance in five years. Farm slopes to south. Ideal place to raise poultry. 300 yards to coal works. Address Vernon A. Williams, Huntingdon, Pa., care of Juniata College. ]S[o. 28.— Farm of 2,900 acres, sKuated in Huston Township; one mile from Tyler postoflflce and railway station, on line of Pennsylvania Kailroad; one mile from school and church. Highways, good. Tyler has a population of 1,500 and reached by highway. Surface level and rolling. Altitude, ^1,800 feet. Soil is clay and sand loam. 500 acres in timber, pine, hemlock and hardwood. Whole tract can be tilled. Best adapted for gra«s and fruit. Fences, poor. No buildings. Fields watered by springs. Price, i|12.00 per acre. Terms, reasonable. There is enough cleared land to make a good sized farm. Several thousand feet of timber on the wooded portion suit- able for lumber. The altitude is high, which makes it suitable for fruit growing. This land is well adapted to grazing, there having been in the past a large herd of cattle put on it during the summer. Address Penfield Coal & Coke Company, L. W. Smith, General Manager, Penfield, Pa. jjo. 29. Farm of 100 acres, situated in Union Township; one' mile from Home Camp postoflfice; two miles from railway station at Narrows Creek, on line of Penns34vania Eailroad and B. & S. Eail- road; one mile from school and church, Methodist Episcopal. Good highways. Nearest large town, DuBois, population, 15,000. Dis- tance, six miles, reached by rail and highway. Surface is level. Altitude about 1,500 feet. Soil, sandy, 40 acres cleared. All till- able, if cleared. Good fruit, Northern Spy, Maidens Blush and other apples, cherries, etc. Adapted to grain crops usually grown in this State. Fences, rail and wire. Six-roomed log house. Log barn. Price, $2,500.00 for surface. Mineral and surface were leased twice for .filOO.OO per acre, by party who tested for coal and other minerals. Address J. A. Bowersox, Executor, DuBois, Pa. jSfo. 30. — Farm of 200 acres, situated in Jordan Township; one- half mile from McCartney postoffice and railway station, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; one-half mile from school; three miles from Methodist and Presbyterian churches; one-half mile from milk station. Highways are fair county roads. Nearest large town is Houtzdale, population, 4,000; distance, seven miles, and reached by rail and highway. Surface features are generally rolling, all can be farmed. Altitude, 1,500 feet. Soil is in fair condition. Forty acres in meadow; 160 acres in timber, undergrowth; forty acres tillable. Small number of apple trees. Adapted to crops usually g, own in this section. Practicallj' no fences. Frame house, five rooms, shingle roof, fair condition. Bank barn, 45x52 feet, shingle roof, in right good condition. Buildings and fields watered by springs. Price, |20.00 per acre. Terms, cash or bond and mortgage for part. Coal and other mineral to be reserved with right to mine and carry away same. Address David Witherow, DuBois, Pa. 20 Clinton County - No. 31. — Farm of 23 aci'es, situated in Mill Hall Borough, on line of New York Central and Pennsylvania railroads. Good schools, and Presbyterian, Methodist and Disciple churches. One-half mile from condensing plant. Good roads. Nearest large town, Lock Haven, population, 9,000. Distance four miles, reached by rail, street car and highway. Surface, rolling and level. Whole farm is tillable. Fruit, 12 apple and 8 pear trees. Wire fences. Adapted to the following crops : corn, oats and wheat. House has 7 rooms, fair condition. Good small barn and chicken house. Good well and spring at house. Fields watered by springs. Price, flOCOO per acre. Terms, part cash and easy payments. Would make a good dairy or truck farm. Address Mrs. Robert Wolfe, Mill Hall, Pa. Columbia County ■ No. 32. — Farm of about 125 acres, located in Mifflin Township; three miles from Nescopeck postofflce, E. D. No. 2; three miles from railway station at Nescopeck, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad; three miles from church, Methodist and others. Highways, good. The city of Berwick, population, 10,000, is only three miles distant from the farm. Reached by highway. General surface features are rolling. Altitude about 800 feet. Soil, gravel and loam. About 35 acres in timber, principally chestnut. About 90 acres tillable. Fruit: apple, plum and cherries, about 75 trees. Suited generally to Pennsylvania grain crops. Rail and stake fences, fair condition. Large farm house and in good condition. Large bank barn, good condition. Never-failing well at house, running stream at barn and in fields. Price, |6,500.00. Terms, cash or satisfactory deferred payments. Ample timber on this farm to more than twice pay for purchase price of farm. Good market within three miles for all farm products. Address A. B. Heller, Hamburg, Pa. No. 33. — ^Farm of 122 acres, situated in MitBin Township; three miles from Nescopeck postoffice and railway station, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad; one-half mile from school and church. Evan- gelical; three miles from milk slation. Good highways. Nearest city is Berwick, distance three miles. Reached by rail and high- way. Surface, rolling. Soil, loam and gravel. 40 acres in meadow; 12 acres in timber, chestnut, hemlock and oak. Fruit: different kinds. Adapted to all grain crops. Fences, mostly wire. Two houses, one 20x30 and other 16x20 feet Barn,- 50x52 feet. All necessary outbuildings. House watered by well; barn and fields by springs. Price, !if4,000.00. Terms, cash and time. Address D. C. Bond, R. D. No. 2, Nesdopeck, Pa. 21 No 34. — Farm of 102 acres, located in Mifflin Township ; two miles from Nescopeck postoffice, E. D. No. 2; one and one-half miles from railway station at Nescopeck, on line of Pennsylvania Kailroad; one mile from school; two miles from church, Evangeli- cal, Methodist, Lutheran and Reformed; three miles from creamery. Highways are slightly hilly. Berwick, nearest large town, is three miles from farm and may be reached by highway. Surface features are mostly level. Altitude, high. Soil, loam and gravel, good. Twenty acres in meadow; twenty-two acres in timber, chestnut and oak; eighty acres tillable. Fruit: about 100 apple, 40 plum, 2.5 cherry and 25 peach trees. Adapted to grain and potatoes. "Wire, board and rail fences. House is 26x32 feet. Nine rooms, bay window, practically new. Summer kitchen, 18x20 feet. Barn, 40x 50 feet, good condition, wagon shed, pig pen and tool shed. Never- failing spring at house; running stream at barn and in fields. Price, 15,000.00. Terms, cash. Water may be drawn from spring near house to second story. Address M. C. Hetler and J. G. Hetler, Berwick, Pa. Crawford County ' ^' ' ' No. 35. — Farm of 40 acres, located in Troy Twonship; five miles from Guys Mills postoffice, E. D. No. 69; twelve miles from rail- way station at Titusville, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; one mile from school; one mile from church, Methodist; five miles from creamery and four miles from cheese factory. Highways, hilly. Nearest village is Townville, population, 300. Reached by highway, distance four miles. This farm is mostly level. Timber, second growth. Fifteen acres tillable. All kinds of fruit trees, about 50 apple. Adapted to general grain crops. House, fair. Barn 22x34 feet, good condition. Outbuildings. Farm and buildings watered by well and spring. Price, |250.00. Terms, cash. Barn alone worth more than five hundred dollars. Address F. H. Guichard, E. D. No. 78, Titusville, Pa. No. 36. — Farm of 100 acres, situated in Cussewago Township; six miles from Saegerstown postoffice, E. D. No. 17; six miles from railway station at Saegerstown, on line of Erie railroad; one and one-fourth mile from school; one and one-fourth miles from church, Methodist; seven miles from creamery; two miles from cheese fac- tory; six miles from milk station and six miles from condensery. Highways, level, good. The nearest large town is Meadville with a population of 15,000, and is reached by highways. Distance 10 miles. General surface features of this farm, mostly'' level. Soil is sandy and of good quality. Twenty-five acres in meadow; twelve in timber. Kinds, hemlock, beech and hickory, good; thirty-five acres tillable. 12 fruit trees of difi:erent varieties. The farm is 22 best adapted to wheat, oats, corn aud potatoes. Feuces in fair con- dition. Honse lias seven rooms, in good condition, needs painting. Two barns 30x40, in fair condition, gianar}^ and tool house. House and barn watered by well and fields by running water. Price, |3,- 000.00. Terms, part cash. Farm contains good pasture. Cheese factory and condensery near. Address D. W. Stalecker, Saegers- town, Pa. No. 37. — Farm of 45 acres, located in Woodcock Township; five miles from Meadville postoffice, E. D. No. 11, county seat of Craw- ford County; Ave miles from railway station at Meadville or Sae- gerstown, on line of Erie Eailroad; one and one-foui'th miles from Blooming Valley High School ; one and one-fourth miles from church, Advent and Methodist; five and one-half miles from creamery; two miles from cheese factory; five and one-half miles from milk sta- tion. Highways good, macadamized State road to Meadville, five miles distant. Nearest large town is Meadville, population, 15,000, reached by State road. General surface features, level. Soil is gravel. Fifteen acres in meadow; five in timber. Kinds, maple, elm and beech; forty acres tillable. Fruit trees: 10 apple, 2 cherry, and shade trees in front of house. Best adapted to hay and small fruits. Ducks and chickens do well on this farm. Wire feuces in good condition. House, 12x24, wood shed 13x16, chicken house 12x20. House and barn are watered by well, fields by small stream. Barn 30x40 feet. Price, $2,000.00. Terms, cash. Meadville has one of the best markets in this State. Saegerstown is a mineral water summer resort. Address Mrs. C. A. Brookhouser, Meadville, Pa., K. D. No. 1. No. 38. — Farm of 50 acres, situated in Bloomfield Township; five miles from Spartansburg postoffice, R. D. No. 82; five miles from railway station at Spartansburg, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad; three-fourths mile from school; two miles from church, Methodist, Congregational and Brethren; two miles to cheese factory. High- ways, fair. Nearest large town is Union City, distance, eight miles. Beached by highway. Surface, level. Clay soil. 30 acres in meadow ; five acres in timber, hardwood; 30 acres tillable. Apples, russet, northern spy, early harvest; pears, cherries, etc. Best adapted to hay and grain. Barbed wire fences, in fair condition. House is 14x25 feet, L 32x16 feet, cemented cellar. Barn 32x75 feet, fair con- dition. Drilled well and flowing well. Price, |1,200.00. Terms, 1500.00 cash, balance in payments. Desire to sell because of other business. Address Alton C. Titus, Spartansburg, Pa. Dauphin County ]S^o. 39.— Farm of 93 acres, situated in Jackson Township; one mile from Halifax postoffice, E. D. No. 1; four miles from railway station at Elizabethville, on line of Summit Branch railway; one mile from school and about the same distance to Lutheran and Ee- formed churches; four miles from milk station. Highways, hilly but good. Nearest towns are Eliza bethville, Lykens and Wisconisco. Each may be reached by rail and highway. Part of the farm is level and party hilly, not rough. Soil, good red shale. Ten acres in meadow; tweuty-flve acres in timber. Kind and quality, best white oak, chestnut, chestnut oak, pine, etc. Whole farm is tillable, if cleared. Fruit: apple, pear, plum, cherries and grapes. Nuts: wal- nuts and chestnuts. Best adapted to wheat, rye, corn, oats, buck- wheat and hay. Wire fences, good. Eail fences, fair. No build- ings. Farm watered by spring and Armstrong Creek. Price, 000.00. Terms, |500.00 cash, balance on mortgage. Well adapted to poultry raising. Timber worth |600.00. Good community. Ad- dress Mrs. L. L. Snyder. 214 S. Fifteenth street, Harrisburg, Pa. ^0. 40. Farm of 100 acres, located in Middle Paxton Township; four miles from Fort Hunter postoflSce, E. D. No. 1; three and one- half miles from railway station at Eockville, on line of Pennsylvania and Northern Central railroads. School and churches near, Evan- gelical and Dunkard. Highways, good. Nearest city is Harrisburg. Part of this farm is level and part hilly. Soil, red shale and sand loam. Six acres in meadow; twelve acres in timber. Kind, jack pine and white oak. Ninety acres tillable. Fruit: apples, pears and grapes. Best adapted to wheat, rye, corn and grass. The fences need repairing. Two and one-halC story house and cellar. Barn, not good. House watered by well and spring; barn and fields by springs. Price, |4,000.00. Terms, .^3,000.00 cash, balance in one year. Address Mary E. Kelly or Elizabeth Cobler, Fort Hunter, Pa. Elk County No. 41. — Farm of 61 acres, located in Jones Township; three miles from Johnsonburg postoffice; two miles from railway station at Eolfe, on line of Philadelphia and Erie Eailroad; two miles from school; two miles from church, Methodist. Highways are good. Nearest towns are Eolfe and Johnsonburg. Both reached by high- way. Surface features of farm, level, except a small part which is hilly. Sand and clay loam soil. Some timber, second growth, hardwood. Fifty acres tillable. Small orchard of bearing trees. Adapted to hay, oats, potatoes and garden truck. The house is 26x32, needs repairs. Barn, not in good condition, outbuildings. House and fields are watered by springs. Price, $1,800.00. Terms, small 24 payment, balance on mortgage. Good market at Johnsonburg for everything that the farm will produce. Owner, Thos. Fitzgeral, Farmers Valley, Pa. Address Alva H. Gregory, Johnsonburg, Pa. No. 42. — Farm of 105 acres, situated in Eidgway Township, seven miles from Eidgway postoffice, E. D. No. 1; seven miles from rail- way station at Eidgway, on line of Pennsylvania and B. E. & P. railroads ; three-fourth mile from school and church. Free Methodist ; six miles from creamery and seven miles from milk station. High- ways are fairly good. Nearest city or large town is Eidgway, popu- lation, 5,400. Eeached by highway. Distance seven miles. The gen- eral surface features are rolling. Soil is dark loam. Sixty acres tillable. Fruits: 7 pear, 1 plum, 2 crab apple, 90 apple trees of different varieties. Best adapted to buckwheat, oats, rye, potatoes and hay. Fences, wire, not in very good condition. House 25x28 feet, with L 15x16 feet, nine room's and cellar. House in fair con- dition, porch entire length of house. Barn 24x50 feet, needs repairs, wagon shed 16x22 feet. Wash house and chicken house. House Avatered by pump on porch; barn from house; fields by three good springs. Price, |2,000.00. Terms, cash or part cash. Am a widow and have no one to work the farm ; so wish to sell it. Johnsonburg is five miles from the farm. A log train comes from Johnsonburg to within half a mile from here, two and three times daily. Lime- stone can be shipped on this log train. Address Mrs. D. C. Bryan, EidgAvay, Pa., E. D. No. 61. Erie County No. 43. — Farm of 25 acres, located in Union Township ; three and one-half miles from Union City postoffice and railway station, on line of Philadelphia & Erie Eailroad; three minutes walk to school; two miles from church, Methodist; three and one-half miles from milk station and condensing plant. Highways are good and nearly level. Nearest village is Elgin, population, 250. Distanee one and one-half miles and can be reached by rail and highway. General sur- face features are level, sloping to Little French Creek which passes the farm. Soil, good. Acres in meadow, seven; in timber, eighteen, different kinds, has been burned over. About 7 acres tillable. Adapted to different farm crops and the raising of poultry. No buildings nor fences. Watered by springs. Price, |25.00 per acre. Terms, easy. Farm located at Eiley's siding which is a flag station. One train stops each way daily. Address Mrs. J. L. Eeicherter, Brookville, Pa. -. Fulton County No/ 44. — Farm of 200 acres, located in Thompson Township ; one mile from Plum Eun postoffice, six miles from Hancock, Maryland, on line of Western Maryland and Baltimore & Ohio Kailroads ; one and one-fourth miles from school ; two miles from church, Methodist and Christian. Nearest town is Hancock, reached by highway. Surface is rolling and hilly. Altitude, about 800 feet. The soil is red and yellow shale. 100 acres in timber, pine and oak. About 100 acres tillable. Fruit, about 75 apple, cherry, peach and plum trees. Best adapted to wheat, corn and oats. Rail fences, fair condition. No house. New barn 32x48 feet, new smoke house, good spring house. Buildings and fields well watered by springs and stream. Price, {^1,500.00. Terms, cash. Owners, Henry Gordon's heirs. Address Mrs. H. W. Wink, Hancock, Md. Huntingdon County No. 45.— Farm of 66 acres, located in Juniata Township ; three and one-half miles from Huntingdon postofflce, E. D. No. 1; three and one-half miles from railway station at Huntingdon, on line of Penn- sylvania Railroad; one mile from school; one and one-half miles from church, Lutheran and Methodist; three and one-half miles to milk station. Highways are good. Nearest large town is Hunting- don, population, 7,000. Reached by highway. Surface features are rolling and hilly. Soil is slate loam. Four acres in meadow; ten acres in timber. Kinds, pine and oak, proper size for ties and mine props. Fifty acres tillable. Fruit : 8 cherry, 5 plum, 10 apple. Rail fences, not in good condition. Log house 18x30 feet, frame addition in fair condition. No barn. House watered by well. Price, $1,000.00. Terms, one-half cash, balance in two payments. Adapted to corn, wheat and oats. This is the best fruit belt in the county. Address Sarah A. Stewart, 1614 Mifflin street, Huntingdon, Pa. No. 46.— Farm of 115 acres, situated in Juniata Township; four miles from Huntingdon postoface, R. D. No. 1; four miles from Hunt- ingdon, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad; one and one-half miles from school; one mile from church, Lutheran and Methodist. Good roads. Nearest large town is Huntingdon, population, 7,000. Reached by highway. Surface rolling. The ,soil is slate and red shale. Six acres in meadow; fifty acres in timber. Kind and quality, good pine and white oak. Sixty-five acres tillable. Fruit: 100 apples, 20 cherries, some grapes, plums and pears. Best adapted to corn. Wire fences, in fairly good condition. House is 24x38 feet, fairly good condition. Bank barn 40x60 feet, new galvanized roof, good condition. House, barn and fields vvatered by springs. Price, $1,400. Well adapted to fruit. Good locality for hunting and fishing. Owners, Elizabeth Thompson's Estate. Address T. W. Speck, 1325 Warm Spring avenue, Huntingdon, Pa. No. 47. Farm of 107 acres, located in Cromwell Township; three and one-half miles from Orbisonia postofflce, two and one-half miles from railway station at Placklog, on line of East Broad Top rail- 26 road ; three-fourths mile from school ; four miles from church, Union. Highways are fairly good. Orbisonia is the nearest town, population, 1,100. Reached by highway. Surface is part level and part hilly. Soil is limestone and slate, good quality. Seven aci^es in meadow; forty-seven acres in timber. Good quality of white oak and chestnut ; 60 acres tillable. Fruit : 26 apple, 22 peach, 9 pear, 8 plum, 8 cherry, quince. Best adapted to corn, wheat and hay. Fences are wire, post and rail and stake, fair condition. Frame two-story house, 20x30 feet, very good condition. Water piped from mountain to house and barn. Water in every licld. Price, |1,500.00. Terms, cash and time. A good run for stock. Good mountain water in abund- ance. A very healthy place to live. Address Mrs. M. J. Wear, Orbisonia, Pa. Indiana County No. 48.- — Farm of 360 acres, situated in Grant Township; three and one-half miles from Marion Center postoffice, II. I). No. 1; three miles from railway station at Lavan, on line of B. E. & P. Railroad ; one mile from school; one mile from church. Baptist and Methodist; three and one-half miles from creamery. The highways are good. Marion Center is the nearest town, population, 500. Reached by highway. Surface is rolling. Altitude, 1,400 feet. Soil is good and easily worked. 20 acres in meadow; 180 acres in timber, hard- wood and is cut to ten inches; 150 acres cleared and tillable. Fruit: 2 good apple orchards, some peaches, pears and grapes. Best adapted to potatoes, corn, rye, oats. Rail fences, not in good condition. Two story house 22x40 feet, fair condition. Bank barn 40x50 feet; flat barn 30x40 feet. Wagon shed 24x32 feet, needs repairs. The house is watered by springs. Price, ,f 6,000.00. Terms, easy. The price is for the land. Coal is reserved, or would sell including coal. Will sell 100 acres of the land witli house, barn and orchard, reserving tie coal, for .f3,000.00. Address J. H. Rochester, Marion Center, Pa. ]STo. 49. — Farm of 200 acres, located in East Mahoning Township; three and one-half miles from Marion Center postoffice, R. D. No. 2; one and one-half miles from railway station at Oak Tree, on line of B. R. & P. Railroad ; one and one-half miles from school ; two miles from church, six denominations; three and one-half miles from creamery. Highways, good. Nearest large town is Punxsutawney, population, 10,000. Distance, ten miles. Reached by rail and high- way. The surface is rolling, about thirty acres of creek bottom. Altitude, 1,250 feet. Nature and quality of soil, good. Ten acres in meadow ; 140 acres in timber ; sixty acres tillable. Some apple, peach and prune trees. Adapted to general farm crops. Rail fences, not in good condition. Two-story frame house, 16x28 feet, good con- ,27 dition. House is watered by spriugs. Terms, easy. This farm is underlaid with coal. Will sell surface or cleared land and buildings. I am willing to sell 75 acres of surface with buildings for $3,000.00, not much more than the buildings are worth. Address J. H. Roches- ter, Marion Center, Pa. j^o. .50.— Farm of 100 acres, located in East Mahoning Township ; two miles from Marion Center postofflce, E. D. No. 2; one-third mile from railway station at Oak Tree, on line of B. E. & P. Eailroad, one- third mile from school and church, Presbyterian and United Presby- terian; two miles from creamery. Highways, State road. Nearest village is Marion Center, two miles distant. Population, 300. May be reached by rail and highway. Surface features are level, need no breaks on your wagon. The soil is excellent, good new land. Twenty-five acres in meadow; forty acres in timber. Kind: chestnut, oak, hickory, suitable for railroad ties and mine props. Sixty acres tillable. Fruit: apple and plum trees. Adapted to general grain crops grown in Pennsylvania. The fences are not good. House 14x20 feet and kitchen, fair condition. Large barn, needs roofing. The buildings can be repaired to do all right. House, barn and fields are watered by springs. Price, $25.00 per acre for surface. It is a beautiful location. Buildings on rolling ground. Splendid water. Address A. H. Allison, Marion Center, Pa. ]STo. 51.— Farm of 62 acres, situated in West Mahoning Township; two miles from Smicksburg postofflce, R. D. No. 1; one mile from railway station at McCormick, on line of Buffalo and Susquehanna Eailway; one fourth mile from school; two miles from church, Lutheran and Methodist. Highways are in good condition. Punxsu- tawney is the nearest large town, population, 10,000. Distance, twelve miles. Beached by rail and highway. The surface is part rolling and part level. Soil is in good condition. Thirty acres in meadow; twelve acres in timber. Fifty acres tillable. Some fruit trees but not in good condition. Best adapted to corn, wheat and oats. The fences are rail and wire and in poor condition. Tlie house is 20x26 feet, large kitchen. Barn, forty feet square. Other buildings. Barn and house in fair condition. The house is watered by two springs; barn by good springs; fields by springs and creek. Price, 12,800.00. Terms, cash. Limestone quarry opened on farm. This farm is underlaid with coal. Address Mrs. Maria Stear, Eural Valley, Pa. Jefferson County ]s[o_ 52. — Farm of 135 acres, situated in McCalmont Township ; six miles from Punxsutawney postofflce, E. D. No. 1; one and one-half miles from railway station at Anita, on line of B. E. & P. and Penn- sylvania Railroads; one mile from school; three-fourths mile to 28 church, Presbyterian and United Brethren; six miles to milk sta- tion. Highways, part macadam, good. Punxsutawuey is the nearest large town, population, 10,000. Beached by highway and street car line. The surface is rolling. Altitude, 1,800 feet. 25 acres in meadow; 25 acres in timber, second growth oak and chestnut; 100 acres tillable. Fruit: 100 apple, 25 cherry, other fruits. Adapted to wheat, rye, oats, corn, hay and potatoes. No fences. Eight-room, frame liouse, 34x34 feet, kitchen, lair condition. Bank barn 45x60 feet, wagon shed, etc. House is watered by pump; fields by springs. Price, 5f4,000.00. Terms, one-half cash, balance in payments. Good markets. This farm is located in the best fruit belt in the county. Address John G. Ernst, Punxsutawue}'', Pa. No. 53. — Farm of 106 acres, situated in Clover Townsliip ; one mile from Baxter postoffice, R. D. No. 1; one-fourth mile from railway station at Glenn, on line of Franklin and Clearfield Division, L. S. & M. S. Railroad; one mile from school; near United Presbyterian Church ; one-fourth mile to milk station. Highways are good. Nearest large town is Brookville, county seat, population, about 5,000. Dis- tance, four miles, reached by rail and highway. Surface features are rolling and some hills. Soil is good. Eight acres in timber. Kinds: chestnut, oak and red oak. About eighty acres tillable. Fruit: 76 trees of good varieties. Best adapted to wheat, oats, corn, buckwheat, etc. Some fences, mostly in poor condition. House 18x38 feet, two kitchens ; condition, fairly good. Good roof on main building. Ten rooms. No barn. Wagon and machine shed 20x3G feet, in fair con- dition. House is watered by -two springs; fields by spring runs. Price, S55.00 per acre. Terms, to suit purchaser. Market for milk at eight cents per quart. Near three coal mining towns. Lime and coal on place. Coal has been worked. Lime is workable. From four to five foot veins. House would cost from $1,200.00 to |1,500.00. Timber and improvements worth at least |1,000.00. Second growth timber suitable for railroad ties and mine props. Address Joseph H. Knapp, Baxter, Pa. No. 54. — Farm of 100 acres, located one mile from Baxter post- office; R. D. No. 1; one mile from i ail way station at Baxter, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad, in sight of Glenn station, on line of L. S. & M. S. Railroad. United Presbyterian church near. Highways are fairly good. State road near. Nearest large town is Brookville. Four miles distant. May be reached by rail and highway. Surface is smooth. The soil is clay and slate and in good condition. About one- fourth of the tract is in timber. Kinds: chestnut, rock oak, white oak, etc. Have been ofi'ered |1,000.00 for the timber. The timber is best suited for railroad ties and mine props. The fruit consists of apples, peaches, pears and grapes. Orchard has not been taken care of. Adapted to general grain crops. Has not been worked 29 - lately. No fences. One house 33x38 feet, large rooms, another house 20x24 feet, cellars. Bank barn. Slate roofs cost over $1,000.00. All sood frame buildings and need very little repairing. Springs at both houses, barn and in fields. Price, .?.5,000.00, with timber or $4,000.00 without timber. Terms, one-third cash, balance in pay- ments. Owners, John F. Morrison's heirs. Address C. K. Morrison, Administrator, E. D. No. 4, Brookville, Pa. Juniata County ]Nfo. 55.— Farm of 37 acres, situated in Beal Township; one and one-half miles from Doyles Mills postofflce ; three and one-half miles from railway station at Warble, on line of Tuscarora Valley Eail- road; one mile from school; two miles from church, Lutheran and Presbyterian ; two and one-half miles from creamery ; two miles from milk station. Highways are good but somewhat hilly. Port Koyal is the nearest town and is eight miles distant. Eeached by highway. Surface : sixteen acres nearly level, balance hilly. The soil is a light loam. Two acres in meadow; fifteen acres good mixed timber. Some sweet cherries, raspberries, blackberries, etc. Adapted to potatoes, corn, wheat and hay. Post and rail fences, poor condition. Two and one-half story, log weather-boarded house 22x28 feet, poor condition. Barn 18x20 feet, fairly good condition. House is watered by well; fields by spring. Price, -1500.00. Terms, two-thirds cash, balance on time. Good location for a peach or poultry farm. Farm slopes to the morning sun. Good neighbors. Address Mrs. Lillie E. Wolff, E. D. No. 1, Middletown, Pa. 56, — Farm of 90 acres, located in Beal Township ; one and one- half miles from Doyles Mills postoflfice; three and one-half miles from railway station at Warble, on line of Tuscarora Valley Eailroad ; one miles from school; two miles fiom Lutheran and Presbyterian churches ; two and one-half miles from creamery ; two miles from milk station. Highways are hilly but good. Port Eoyal is the nearest town and is eight miles distant. Eeached by highway. Surface is rolling. Soil is light loam. About six acres in meadow; 30 acres in timber, locust and pine, good quality. The fruit consists of apples, cherries, berries, etc. Best adapted to corn, oats, wheat and pota- toes. Post and rail fences, poor condition. No buildings. Farm is watered by spring and small run. Price, -fTOO.OO. Terms, two-thirds cash, balance on time. This farm would make a nice home. Fine for raising cattle and poultry. Good neighbors. Address Mrs. Lillie E. Wolff, E. D. No. 1, Middletown, Pa. 30 Lancaster County No. 57. — Farm of eight acres, located in East Hempfield Township ; one mile from Silver Springs postoflSce; one-half mile from railway station at Hempfield, on line of Reading and Columbia Railroad; one-half miles from school and church, United Brethren and Lutheran. Highways are good. Nearest city is Columbia, population, 12,000, dis- tance, one and one-half miles. Reached by rail and highway. Sur- face is level. Altitude, 500 feet. Soil is sandy loam. Six acres in timber, chestnut and locust. Two acres tillable. Best adapted to tobacco, corn and potatoes. The fences are wire and post rail. Hovise is one and one-half story 30x35 feet, fair condition. Small stable and tobacco shed. House is watered by well and cistern, barn by cistern. Price, |3,000.00. Terms, easy. We know there is a good vein of hematite iron ore on this farm. Years ago $10,000.00 was re- fused for the place. Address B. E. Kendig, Salunga, Pa. No. 58. — Farm of 44 acres, situated in Martic Township ; one and one- fourth miles from Rawlinsville postofQce; four miles from rail- way station at Pequea, on line of Port Deposit and Pennsylvania Railroads ; one-half mile from Rawlinsville trolley ; three-fourths mile from school ; one and one-fourth miles from Methodist church at Raw- linsville and Presbyterian church at Mt. Nebo. Highways are hilly. Nearest village is Rawlinsville, population, about 200. Distance about one and one-half miles. Reached by highway. Surface is hilly. Two acres in meadow; about 25 acres in timber, second growth. About fifteen acres tillable. Fruit: 25 apple, cherry, plum, walnut, etc. Best adapted to gardening and potatoes. Fences: poles and rails. Two-story house with basement and attic. Needs about -flOO.OO re- pairs. Barn, chicken house, all substantial buildings. Buildings watered by springs. Price, .f3,300.00. Terms, part cash, balance in payments at 6 per cent. The apple crop more than pays interest. The wood for fuel cannot be used in a life time. This farm is close to Pequea-Rawlinsville Campmeeting trolley. Neighbors drive to Lan- caster markets. Address Richard Douglas McCaskey, 17 Penn Square, Lancaster, Pa. Lehigh C!ounty ]Sfo. 59. — Farm of 33 acres, situated in Milford Township; three miles from Limeport postoffice, R. D. No. 2; one and one-fourth miles from railway station at Dillinger ; three-fourths mile from school ; one "mile from church, Reformed and Lutheran: one mile from milk sta- tion. Highways are all in good condition. Nearest large town is Emaus, population, about 3,000. Distance three and one-half miles. Reached by highway. Good smooth black soil. About four acres in meadow. 25 acres tillable. Fruit: 20 large apple trees in good condition, peach orchard, plum, etc. Best adapted to corn, wheat. 31 rye and trucking. Two house, one, stone 28x30 feet, seven rooms and attic; the other is frame 16x28 feet, four rooms and attic. Swiss barn,' large enough for four horses and eight cows. Wagon shed and pig sty. House and barn are watered by well. Price, .f2,70U.OO. Terms^ cash. Mortgage of $800.00 at 5 per cent, on farm. This can remain if purchaser desires. Address James W. Bear, 220 N. Ninth street, Allentown, Pa. Luzerne County No. 60.— Farm of 80 acres, situated in Salem Township; one-half mile from Beach Haven postoffice; one-half mile from railway sta- tion at Beach Haven, on line of D. L. and W. K. R. ; one-fourth mile from school and church, Methodist; one-half mile from milk station. Higliways are level and good. Nearest city is Berwick, population, about 12,000. Distance three miles and reached by rail and highway. Surface is level. Soil is fertile. Sixty acres in meadow; twenty acres in timber. Kinds: hickory, walnut, chestnut, pine, maple. Fruits : apples, plums, peaches and cherries. Best adapted to grain, hay and vegetables. The fences aie stone and rail, fair condition. House has eight rooms and is in poor condition. Barn and out- buildings are large, but in poor condition. Honse and barn are watered by well ; fields by springs. Price, |4,000.00. Terms, -f2,000.00 cash, balance on payments. Address Samuel Whitson, 2.37 Spring street, Nanticoke, Pa. ]vjo. 61 .—Farm of 40 acres, located in Black Creek Township; one and one-half miles from Rock Glen postoffice; one and one-half miles from railway station at Rock Glen, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad; 200 yards from school and church, Methodist. Stone highways. Nearest city is Hazel ton, population, 20,000; distance, twelve miles. Reached by rail and highway. Soil is red shale. Twenty acres in meadow. Forty acres tOlable. Fruit: 50 apple trees, good winter fruit, 13 red sour cherry, 6 pear, 2 plum and 3 walnut trees. Adapted to all kinds of crops. Wire fences, in good condition. Eight rooms, two and one-half story house. Out-kitchen 16x16 feet. Large barn 40x60 feet, wagon shed, hay house, chicken house, coal house, etc. House is watered by pipe line; barn by three good springs. Price, 13,000.00. Terms, .12,000.00 cash, balance in three years with interest. Good market within four miles from farm. Gowen and Derringer's coal mine, four miles away, pays out large sujns of money every two weeks. Address R. C. Jones, Sugarloaf, Pa. Lycoming County No. 62. — Farm of 88 acres, situated in Cascade Township ; one mile from Kellyburg postoffice, R. D. No. 1 ; three and one-half miles from railway station at Bodines, on line of Pennsylvania Railroad; one- half mile from school and church, Eoman Catholic and Protestant; one-half mile from creamery. Highways, good. Nearest town is Bodines. May be reached by rail and highway. The surface is roll- ing. Soil is red shale, good quality. Sixty acres in meadow ; twenty- eight acres in timber, hemlock, beech, birch, maple and cherry; sixty acres tillable. Fruit : approximately 200 apple trees, Baldwins, Greenings, Kings, Northern Spies, etc. Best adapted to corn, oats, buckwheat. Board, rail and barbed wire fences, in fairly good con- dition. House, nine rooms, in fairly good condition. Very large bank barn. House is watered by well; barn by spring; fields by creek. Price, |1, 800.00. Terms, reasonable. We offer this farm cheap in order to close an estate. The orchard is very valuable. Have sold as high as 2,000 bushels of apples in one year. Address E. J. Keilly, fid West 54th street, Bayonne, New Jersey. No. 63. — Farm of 97 acres, situated in Cascade Township ; one mile from Brompton postoftice, E. D. No. 1; three and one-half miles from railway station at Bodines, on line of Northern Central Eail- road; forty yards from school; one-fourth mile from church. Catho- lic and Methodist ; three miles from creamery. Nearest town is Eals- ton, population, 1,200, distance seven and one-half miles. Eeached by rail and highway. Surface, level and a little rough. The soil is mostly red shale and loam. Twenty acres in meadow; ten acres in firewood ; sixty acres tillable. Fruit : young orchard, three acres, planted about ten or twelve years. Some peaches, plums and pears. Best adapted to potatoes, corn, oats, wheat, rye and buckwheat. The fences are wire, board and stone, fair condition. Nine rooms in house, good condition. Barn 40x60 feet. Shed to barn 16x60 feet, wagon shed, 24x36 feet, ice house, etc. House is watered by well, pump connected Avith kitchen, good water. Barn is watered by small creek nearby. Pasture fields all watered by small creek crossing farm. Price, 13,500.00. Terms, 11,000.00 cash, balance in payments with interest. Highways are partly hilly. Lime kiln one and one-half miles from farm. Good market for fruit, butter, eggs, etc. Address Chas. J. McLaughlin, Canton, Pa. . . No. 64. — Farm of 164 acres, located in Franklin Township; three miles from Lairdsville postofQce; nine miles from railway station at Hughesville, on line of Williamsport & N. B, Eailroad; one and one- half miles from school; two miles from Methodist church. Eight miles from creamery and cheese factory. Highways are hilly but good State road. Nearest large town is Hughesville, population, 2,000. Eeached by highway. Surface features are hilly and rolling. The soil is principally red shale. Eighty acres tillable; eighty-four acres in timber, chestnut, birch, beech, etc. About 160 apple trees, Baldwin, Spies, Greenings, Ben Davis and others. Crops best adapted to wheat, rye, oats, corn, buckwheat and potatoes. Wire fences, need 33 repairs. Plank house 30x30 feet, 65 feet of porches, good. Built in 1898. Barn 66x66 feet, fairly good condition. Built in 1888. Out- buildings, not very good. House is watered by pump ; barn by spring. Price, $3,300.00. Terms, easy payments. Reason for desiring to sell : I am 72 years old and unable to work. Address Philip J . Vandine, Lairdsville, Pa. . . Mercer County No. 65.— Farm of 66 acres, situated in Sandy Lake Township ; one mile from Sandy Lake postoffice, E. D. No. 26 ; one mile from railway station at Sandy Lake, on line of Pennsylvania and L. S. & M. S. Eail- roads; one-half mile from school; one mile from five different churches; one mile from condensing plant. Highways are good. Nearest 'town is Sandy Lake, population, 1,000, reached by highway. Surface is hilly. Soil, gravelly, good. Fifteen acres in meadow ; ten acres in timber, second growth; forty acres tillable. Has twenty- five apple trees, 5 pear, 10 peach, 8 cherry. Land is adapted to corn, wheat and potatoes. Fences, part woven wire, in fair condition. Good house, 15x24 feet, with addition, 12x24 feet. Bank barn, 40x45 feet, in fair condition ; meat house, hen house and granary. Buildings and fields are watered by springs. Price, $2,500.00. Terms, .fl,250.00 cash, balance in payments. This farm is within one mile from large college. It is a bargain at the price asked. I will meet any prospective pui-chaser with rig at Clarks Mills. Address John R. Gealey, Clarks Mills, Pa. jy'o. 66.— Farm of 80 acres, located in Deer Creek Township; five miles from Clarks Mills postofiBce, R. D. No. 31; railway station at Clarks Mills, on line of Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Rail- road ; one-fourth mile from school ; two miles from Presbyterian and Methodist churches; four miles from creamery; three miles from cheese factory. Highways are level and good. The nearest town is Sheakleyville, population, 500. Distance is three miles and may be reached by highway. Surface, level. Soil, clay and gravel. Twenty- five acres in meadow; three acres in timber, sugar maple; seventy- seven acres tillable. Fruit: 20 apple, 12 peach, 2 plum, 1 cherry. Farm is adapted to hay, oats, corn, buckwheat and potatoes. Fences are good woven wire and board and rail. Good 9-room house, 24x31 feet; addition, 18x30 feet. Built in 1895. Good bank barn, 45x50 feet; meat house, pig sty, etc. House is watered by well; barn, spring run; fields, spring run. Price, $4,000.00. Terms, $2,000.00 cash, balance in payments. Will meet any prospective purchaser at Clarks Mills. Address John R. Gealey, Clarks Mills, Pa. ]vjo_ (57. — Farm of 88 acres, situated in Greene Township; two and one-half miles from Jamestown postoffice, R. D. No. 40; James- town is on line of Pennsylvania and Lake Shore and Michigan 3 34 Southern Eailroads; one-half mile from school; two and one-half miles from United Presbyterian, Methodist and Eoman Catholic churches; two and one-half miles from creamery; four miles from cheese factory. Highways are good. Nearest large town is Green- ville, population, 8,000. Distance, three and one-half miles, and is reached by highway. Surface is rolling. Altitude, 1,100 feet. Soil is clay and gravel sub-soil. 14 acres in meadow; 12 acres in tim- ber, oak, chestnut and maple; 75 acres tillable. Fruit: 30 apple, 4 quince, 2 pear, 4 cherry, 6 peach, 2 plum and 2 grape vines. Best adapted to wheat, oats, corn and all general crops. Good wire fences; some rail fences, part good. House, 26x26 feet, and 17x17 feet, 6 rooms, fair condition. Barn is 32x50 feet, fair condition; granary, buggy shed, chicken house. House and barn are watered by wells; fields by running water. Price, |3,500.00. Terms, $2,000 cash, balance on time. Timber is worth about half the amount asked for the farm. Address Alfred Bales, Jamestown, Pa. No. 68. — Farm of 27 acres, situated in Jefferson Township; three and one-half miles from Mercer postoflflce, K. D. No. 8; four miles from railway station at Mercer, on line of Pennsylvania and P. & L. E. Eailroads; one-fourth mile from school; one and one-half miles from Methodist, United Presbyterian and Catholic churches. High- ways are macadam. Nearest city is Sharon, population, 15,000. Distance, ten miles, reached by highway. The surface is rolling. Sandy soil. Nine acres in meadow; two acres in timber, first class white oak. Whole farm is tillable. Thirty apple, six pear, three cherry, grapes and strawberries. Land adapted to corn, potatoes, wheat, hay and truck. Good wire fences. Good 6-room, slate roof house. Barn, coal house, meat house, corn crib, shed, etc. Well at door; barn watered by well; fields by running stream. Price, $2,- 300.00. Terms, -|1,000.00 cash, balance in easy payments. This is a fine truck and poultry farm. Good markets. Address Mrs. F. A. Klingensmith, Mercer, Pa. No. 69. — Farm of 220 acres, located in Jackson Township; two miles from Jackson Centre postolfice, E. D. No. 20; one and one- half miles from railway station at Jackson Centre, on line of Penn- sylvania Eailroad; one-fifth mile from school; two Methodist and three Presbyterian churches within five miles; one and one-half miles from condensing plant. Highways are good. Nearest large town is Mercer, population, 2,500, six miles distant, reached by rail and highway. Surface slightly rolling, not a rod of broken land. Altitude, 1,300 feet. Soil is gravelly. Sixty acres in meadow; thirty acres in timber, oak, maple, beech and chestnut. All tillable, except the timber land. Fruit: 100 apple, 20 peach, 12 cherry, 5 plum, 5 pear, all in bearing condition. Adapted to hay, corn, oats, wheat and potatoes. Fences are board, rail and wire, fair 35 condition. 10-room house. One bam, 40x40; cattle barn, 42x45; straw shed, wagon shed, etc. House and barn are watered by wells: fields by springs. This would make an ideal stock or dairy farm. Good gas well on farm which furnishes fuel and light for all farm purposes. Splendid community. 100,000 feet saw timber. Coal mines near. Price, §60.00 per acre. Terms, all cash or part cash and balance on mortgage. Address W. J. Hosack, Jackson Centre, Pa. ^0. TO.— Farm of 143 acres, situated in Deer Township; three miles from Sheakleyville postoffice, four miles from raUway station at Carlton; one mile from school; three miles from Methodist, Presbyterian and Baptist churches; three miles from creamery. Highways are good, though somewhat hilly. Surface is rolling. Clay soil. About seventeen acres in meadow; fifteen acres in timber, beech, oak and maple: 100 acres tillable. Fruit: about 25 apple trees. Crops: oats, buckwheat, potatoes. House, 25x30, new roof, needs other repairs. Bank barn, 40x60 feet; another barn 25x30 feet; spring house, etc. Pump in house: spring near barn; fields by springs. Price, §30.00 per acre. Terms, one-half cash, balance on time at 5 per cent. The men who surveyed this farm four years ago said if the timber was cut and sold, it would amount to enough to pay for the farm. Address M. J. Thompson, Sandy Lake, Pa. Monroe County >;o. Tl._Farm of 58 acres, situated in Paradise Township; three miles from Cresco postoffice. P. D. No. 2; three mUes from railway station at HenryvHle, on line of D. L. & W. Eailroad; one-half mile from school; three-fourths mile from Lutheran and Eeformed churches. Highways are good; Stroudsburg is the nearest city, poptilation, 10.000; reached by rail and highway. Surface, rolling. Soil, fertile. Fifteen acres in meadow; fifteen acres in timber, oak, chestnut and pine; twenty-eight acres tillable. Adapted to summer and winter grains. Fences are good, rail and wire. Old log house, 30x40 feet. Barn, hog pen, corn crib, chicken house, wash house, all in good condition. House is watered by spring and well; water just outside of barn: fields by spring run and creek. Price, $1,900.00. Terms, cash. Farm is on Pocono mountains and is a fine summer resort. Address W. H. Hardenstine, 143 Eidgway street. East Stroudsburg, Pa. Montgomery County Xo. 72. — Farm of 187 acres, situated in Pottsgrove Township; one mile from Pottstown postoffice, E. D. No. 6 ; one-fourth mile from rail- way station at Glasgow, on line of branch of Philadelphia and Eead- ino- Eailwav; one-half mile from school; one mile from churches; 36 one mile from creamery; one-fourth mile from milk station. High- ways are pike roads, level. Pottstovvn is the nearest town, popula- tion, 18,000. Reached by rail and highway. Surface is rolling and level, liaise good crops. 25 acres in timber, all kinds, large trees. About 150 acres tillable. Fruit: 12 apple, 4 pear, G peach trees. Best adapted to corn, wheat and rye. Fences, in fair condition. Two stone houses; one, 14 rooms, in good condition. Barn, 90 feet long; straw house, in good condition; wagon shed 40x40 feet. House and barn are watered by pumps; fields by springs. Price, |7,500.00. There is a dower of |2,300.00 held by an aged lady ; |1,000.00 may re- main on mortgage and balance, $4,200.00 cash. Address Mrs. Mary T. Davidheiser, 05 King street, Pottstown, Pa. No. 73. — Farm of 82 acres, situated in Salford Township; five miles from Telford postoflfice, K. No. 1; three miles from railway station at Salfordville, on line of I'erldomen liailway; school on farm; two miles from Lutheran, Eeformed and Brethren churches; two miles from creamery; five miles from condensing plant. High- ways are good. Nearest village is Morwood, population, 200. Dis- tance one and one-half miles. (Surface rolling. Soil is DeKalb shale loam. 12 acres in meadow; 7 acres in timber, oak, hickory, chestnut; 03 acres tillable, machine worked. Fruit consists of apples, cherries, pluius, pears, etc. Farm is adapted to general farm crops. Wire fences, good, 14-room, stone house. Good barn, 56x00 feet; wagon shed, hen houses, large cave, ice house, carpenter shop, corn cribs, etc. Two wells at house; well and running water at barn. Price, 15,500.00. Terms, cash. The running water has pressure enough to take to the attic of the house. Address Noah C. Landes Estate^ R. D. No. 1, Telford, Pa. No 74. — Farm of 44 acres, located three-fourths mile from Palm postoffice, R. L>. No. 1; Palm is on line of Philadelphia and Reading Railroad; three-fourths mile from school and church; three-fourths mile from milk station ; one and one-half miles from creamery. Good pike roads. Nearest large town is East Greenville, population, 5,000. Distance, one and one-half miles and reached by rail and highway. Surface is rolling. Soil, black loam. Two acres in meadow; three acres in timber, good hardwood ; thirty-eight acres tillable. 30 apple, 30 cherry, 58 peach, 5 pear, quinces and grapes. Best adapted to corn and hay. Good house, 20x33 feet, outkitchen. Good barn, 36x 46 feet. Machine shed and wood house combined, good condition. House and barn are watered by wells; fields by springs. Price, $3,500.00. Terms, $1,000.00 cash, balance in payments. Address Mrs. Olive Matson, Jenks street, Brookville, Pa. 37 Montour County ]Sro. 75.— Farm of 65 acres, situated in Liberty Township ; two miles from Potts Grove postoffice, E. D. Ino. 1 ; two miles from railway sta- . tion at Potts Grove, on line of Eeading Eailway; one mile from school; two miles from Methodist, Presbyterian and Lutheran churches; four miles from creamery; two miles from milk station and six miles from condensing plant. Highways are mostly good. Milton is the nearest large town, population, several thousand. Dis- tance four miles and reached by lail and highway. Surface is roll- ing. Soil is clay loam. Ten acres in meadow ; three in timber, oak, white pine and hemlock; about sixty acres tillable. Fruit: apple, cherry, pear and plum. Land is adapted to corn, oats, rye, wheat and hay. Some wire fences, in pretty good condition. Six-room house, 16X.32 feet, good warm house. Barn, 30x45 feet; straw shed, in good condition; wagon shed, etc. Good well at house and barn. Price, 13,000.00. Terms, to suit purchaser. Will give a clear title. Address James G. Acor, Potts Grove, Pa. Northumberland County ;Nq 7(]__parm of 120 acres, situated in Upper Augusta Township; five miles from Sunbury postoffice, E. D. No. 1; at railway station at Klines Grove, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad ; one and one-half miles from school; one and one-fourth miles from Methodist church; milk station at door. Sunbury is the nearest city, population, about 15,000. Distance, five miles and reached by rail and highway. Sur- face, part hilly and part level. Soil is sandy loam and gravel. Twenty- three acres in meadow; sixty acres in timber, different kinds, good. All kinds of fruit, except peaches. Best adapted to trucking and fruit growing. Eight rooms in house, good condition. Barn good, except roof. House is watered by well. Price, .^2,800.00. Terms, cash. Address Mrs. Minnie G. Dobson, E. D. No. 1, Sunbury, Pa. No. 77. — Farm of 220 acres, located in Upper Augusta Township; six miles from Sunbury postoffice, E. D. No. 1; railway station on farm at Wolverton, on line of Sunbury Division of Pennsylvania Eail- road; one and one-fourth miles from school; one and one-half miles from Methodist church. Sunbury is the nearest large town, popula- tion, 15,000. Eeached by rail and highway. Fifty acres river bottom, balance-rolling. Large part of the soil is sandy and of good quality. 120 acres in timber, chestnut and oak. young timber; 100 acres till- able. About fifty apple trees. Farm is adapted to wheat, corn, oats and vegetables. No fences. House has eight rooms and hall, fair condition. Barn, 40x64 feet, good condition, wagon shed, hog pen, and corn crib, in good condition. House and barn watered by wells; fields by running water. Price, fSO.OO per acre. Terms, one- 38 half cash, balance in payments. Would make' a splendid dairy farm. Best of shipping facilities. Located on the bank of the North Branch of the Susquehanna. Address P. H. Cotner, Agent for heirs, 349 Arch street, Sunbury, Pa. Perry County ^0. 78. — Farm of 193 acres, situated in Carroll Township; three and one-half miles from Shermansdale postoifice, E. D. No. 2; live miles from railway station at Greenpark, on line of Shermans Valley Eailroad ; one-third mile from school ; two miles from United Breth- ren church; two and one-half miles to creamery. Highways are good, some hills. Surface features are part hilly and part level. Limestone soil. 24 acres in meadow; 108 acres in timber, pine, chestnut and oak, good young timber; 85 acres tillable. Fruit of all kinds, about 100 trees. Land is adapted to wheat, rye, corn, oats and potatoes. Bail and wire fences, not good. Log house, five rooms, 18x22 feet, in good condition; another house, 18x22 feet, not so good. Good bank barn, 38x42 feet; hog pen and chicken house. Buildings and fields are watered by springs. Price, |2,895.00. Terms, one-half cash, balance in payments. There are streams of water running through this farm. It would make a splendid poultry farm. Address Chas. G. Horn, Shermansdale, Pa. ■ Pike County ]vjo. 79. — Farm of 50 acres, located in Diugsman Township; one mile from Milford postoffice, eight miles from railway station at Port Jervis, N. Y., on line of Erie Railroad; one mile from school; one mile from Methodist, Catholic, Presbyterian and Episcopal churches ; three miles from creamery. Highways are good level shale pike, state road. Nearest town is Milford, the county seat, population, 850. Soil is shale loam. 12 acres in timber, oak, pine, chestnut; about 30 acres tillable. Fruits: 6 sour cherry, 4 crabapple, 25 pear, about 20 or 30 apple. Land is best adapted to corn, rye, alfalfa and hay. Fences, stone, poor condition, fences not needed or used in this sec- tion. House, seven rooms, modern bath, fine cellar 24x30 feet, in first class condition. Barn, 31x07 feet, cow shed, 16x60 feet; ice house, 18x20 feet; corn crib, carpenter shop, 14x16 feet; two storage sheds. House and barn are watered by pipe from spring; fields by pond in center of farm. Price, |4,000.00. Terms, $1,000.00 cash, balance to suit purchaser. An ideal farm for chickens, pigeons, bees, ducks and geese. Five minutes walk to the Delaware River, where there is fishing, boating, sailing and bathing. Trout stream nearby. Address J. S. Owner, Milford, Pa. 39 Potter County jjo. 80. — Farm of 82 acres, situated in Eulalia Township; one and three-fourth mile from Coudersport postoflfice, R. D. No. 5; one and three-fourth miles from railway station, at Coudersport, on line of C. & P. A. Railroad ; one and three-fourth miles from school, church and milk station. Highways are good. Nearest town is Coudersport, the county seat, population, 2,800. Surface is mostly level. Soil is sandy loam. Fifteen acres in meadow; forty-five acres in timber, birch, maple and hemlock; about thirty acres tillable. Two good orchards of standard fruit. Farm is adapted to potatoes, oats, hay, buckwheat and corn. Fences, new wire. Good eight-room house, with good foundation and cellar. Barn, 38x48 feet, in good condition; granary, wood shed, smoke house and chicken bouse. House is watered by well and fields by spring. Price, |1,400.00. Terms, part cash. Farm in high state of cultivation. Good markets, good fishing and good German neighbors. Address John D. Hutchinson, Couders- port, Pa. Snyder County ]Sro. 81. — Farm of 56 acres, situated in Washington Township ; two and one-half miles from Freeburg postoffice, one and one-fourth miles from railway station at Kreamer, on line of Sunbury and Lewistown Railroad ; school on farm ; one and one-fourth miles to Lutheran and Methodist churches ; two and one-half miles to Reformed church ; one and one-fourth miles to milk station ; six miles to creamery and cheese factory. Highways are good. Surface is rolling. Soil is gravel. 12 acres in timber, chestnut, oak, pine, walnut; 44 acres tillable. Fruit: ai^ple, cherries, pears, peaches, plums, grapes and berries. Adapted to different kinds of grain. Excellent for poultry. No fences. Large log house, not good. Large bank barn, not good, plenty of lumber to rebuild. House, watered by spring; barn by well and fields by two springs. Price, $1,000.00. Terms, cash. Wheat has been recently grown which brought five cents per bushel more than the market price. Will sell one-half acre of limestone and kiln with it if desired. Address Geo. K. Moyer, Freeburg, Pa. • ' ' Tioga County No. 82. — Farm of 70 acres, located in Brookfield Township ; three miles from Knoxville postoflfice and railway station, on line of New York Central and B. & S. Railroads; ten rods from school; two miles from church, Methodist Episcopal ; three miles from creamery, cheese factory and milk station; six miles from condensing plant. Highways are good, some hills. Nearest village is Knoxville, population, 1,000. Distance three miles, reached by Iiighway. Surface features are a little rolling. Soil loam and productive. Thirty acres in timber, 40 kinds, oak and chestnut, second growth. All the land tillable, if cleared. Fruit : apples, 15 or 20 Baldwin, Yellow Transparent, Green- ing, plums, cherries, etc. Land best adapted to hay, oats, potatoes and buckwheat. Fences, wire. House, four rooms, poor condition. One barn, 32x42 feet, basement and gable roof, fair condition. House watered by spring ; barn by spring and brook ; fields, by springs and brook. Price, |1,500.00. Terms, |750.00 cash, balance time. Ad- dress M. E. Goodwin, Burkeville, Virginia, E. D. No. 1. No. 83. — Farm located in Liberty Township ; four miles from Arnot postoffice and railway station, on line of Erie Railroad; one and one- half miles from school ; one and one-half miles from church ; Protest- ant; four miles from creamery, cheese factory, milk station, and con- densing plant. Highways are good. Nearest large town is Blossburg, population, 4,000. Distance four miles, reached by highway. Sur- face features are rolling. Soil: clay, sand and loam. 40 acres in meadow; 56 acres in timber. Kinds, mixed. Forty acres tillable. Few fruit trees, mixed varieties, about 15. Land adapted to general farm crops. Fences are fair. House, 20x20, approximately, not in good condition. Two small barns, in fair condition. House watered by spring; barn and fields by running stream. Price, .|1,200.00. Tei-ms, one-half cash. Address Mrs. G. C. McVoy, 363 Cass avenue, Detroit, Michigan. jjo. 84. — Farm of about 56 acres, located in Liberty Township; five miles from Arnot postoffice and railway station, on line of Erie Railroad; one and one-half miles from school; two miles from church, Protestant; four miles from creamery, cheese factory, milk station and condensing plant. Highways are good. Nearest town is Bloss- burg, population, 4,000. Distance, six miles; reached by highway. General surface features are rolling. Soil: sand, clay and loam. Thirty-five acres in meadow. Timber mixed. Twenty-five acres till- able. Fruits: fifteen apple trees. Land best adapted to all kinds of crops grown in this section. Fences are fairly good. House about 20x20, fair condition. Outbuildings in fair condition. Water may be obtained at little expense if not there already. Price, |1,000.00. Terms, .f 700.00 cash. Address Mrs. G. C. McVoy, 363 Cass avenue, Detroit, Michigan. No. 85. — Farm of 90 acres, situated in Liberty Township ; three and one-half miles from postoffice; five and one-half miles from railway station at Arnot, on line of Erie Railroad ; one-half mile from school ; one-half mile from Lutheran, Evangelical and Chi'istian churches; three and one-half miles from creamery. Highways, good. Nearest village is Arnot, population, 1,200. Distance five and one-half miles; also Blossburg, seven and one-half miles. Both reached by highway. Surface features are a little rolling but most of it level. About forty acres in meadow; twenty acres in pasture; thirty acres in 41 timber. Kinds, birch, beech, maple and hemlock. About sixty acres tillable. Fruit: 125 trees mostly apple, a few young nursery trees of pear and plum. Lands best adapted to oats, buckwheat, rye, po- tatoes, wheat and corn. Fences, barbed wire, not in the best con- dition. House, 16x24 by 16x21 feet; another two-story house, good cellar under whole house. Barn 36x40, shed, granary, pig pen, wood shed. House watered by well; barn by springs close by and fields by springs. Price, $2,000.00. Terms, $1,000.00 down, balance on easy payments. This farm is nearly free from stone. Nice land to work. Good dairy country. Public road goes through the place; also the rural delivery road. Address James A. Thomas, Arnot, Pa. No. 86.— Farm of 100 acres, located in Ward Township ; six miles from Troy postoffice, E. D. and railway station, on line of Northern Central Railway ; one mile from school ; one and one-half miles from church; six miles from condensing plant. Highways are good but hilly. Nearest villages are Troy, Canton and Alba. Six miles from Canton and five miles from Alba. Farm is on the Armenia Mountain. Good mountain soil. Small number of acres in meadow. About sixty acres tillable. Fruit: two small orchards of Pippins, Baldwins and Swards. Land best adapted to corn, wheat, oats, potatoes and buck- wheat. Buildings and fences not in very good condition. Price, $800.00. Terms, cash. This farm has not been run down, only left because had no one to work it. Address Mrs. F. M. Meredith, 69 William street, Corning, N. Y, Warren County No. 87.— Farm of 35 acres, situated in Pittsfield Township; two and one-half miles from railway station at Garland, on line of Phila- delphia and Erie Railroad ; tY>^o miles from school ; tAvo miles from Methodist church. Nearest town is Youngsville, population, about 1,000. Distance, ten miles, and reached by rail and highway. Sur- face is part level and part hilly. Altitude is very high. Sandy soil. About ten acres in meadow. Fruit : apple, pear and plum. Adapted to general Pennsylvania crops. Fences are poor. Old house, in poor condition. House is watered by well and fields by springs. Price, $500.00. Terms, cash or time. Address Mrs. O. D. PoUey, R. D. No. 20, Cambridge Springs, Pa. No. 88.— Farm of 160 acres, located in Spring Creek Township; five miles from Corry postoffice, R. I). No. 11; five miles from rail- way station at Corry; on line of Pennsylvania Railroad; one-half mile from school ; five miles from Brethren, Methodist and churches of other denominations at Corry ; three miles from creamery and five miles from milk station and condensing plant. Highways are level and very good. Corry, five miles distant, is the largest town and 42 has a population of 4,000. Beached by rail and highway. Surface features : some hills but entire farm is level enough to work. Soil is muck and sandy loam. About 30 acres in meadow; 30 acres in timber, chestnut, hickory and ash, second growth; about 50 acres tillable. Fruit consists of a small number of apple, pear and plum trees. Best adapted to potatoes, corn, buckwheat and oats. Wire fences, in fair condition. Barn 30x44 feet. Nearly enough timber to build a house. Farm is watered by spring and creek. Price, $2,000.00. Terms, |1,000.00 cash, balance in payments. This farm can be di- vided nicely to make two farms. Address Mrs. Lizzie Lawson, E. D. No. 11, Corry, Pa. No. 89. — Farm of 80 acres, situated in Pittsfield Township; four miles from Pittsfield postofflce, R. I>. No. 1 ; four miles from railway station at Pittsfield, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad ; one mile from school ; one mile from United Brethren church ; one mile from cheese factory and two miles from milk station. Highways are good. Youugs- ville is the nearest large town, poi»ulation, nearly 2,000. Distance, seven miles and reached by highway. Surface features, one large hill. Soil is good and productive. 25 acres in meadow; 35 acres in timber, second growth oak, chestnut and maple; 30 acres tillable. No fruit. Land best adapted to corn, wheat, potatoes and oats. Rail fences, in fair condition. Large house and in good condition. Barn, 30x40 feet, with basement, in good condition. Buildings and fields watered by springs. Price, |2,000.00. Terms, half down and balance on easy terms. Address Mrs. C. K. Haupin, Youngsville, Pa. No. 90. — Farm of 23|- acres, located in Triumph Township; four miles from Tidioute postofHce, E. D. No. 3; railway station at Tidioute, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; two miles from school; one-half mile from United Brethren church; two miles from cheese factory. Highways are good. Tiodioute is the nearest town and has a population of 1,500. Eeached by highway. Surface is slightly rolling. Altitude high. Soil is clay bottom. 20 acres in meadow; three and one-half acres in timber, hardwood; 20 acres tillable. 30 apple trees, some peach, cherry and plum. Land is adapted to corn, oats, wheat and hay. Wire fences, fair condition. Eight-room house with pantry and cellar. Large barn and in pretty fair condition. House is watered by well; barn and fields by springs. Price, |1,100.00. Terms, cash. House is practically new and could not be built for less than 11,500.00. This farm is situated in the oil section. Address Mrs. 0. W. Sandquist, Titusville, Pa. No. 91. — Farm of 53 acres, situated in Eldred Township; four miles from Grand Valley postoffice, R. D. No. 1; two and one-half miles from Torpedo, on line of D. A. V. & P. Eailroad; one mile from school; one-half mile from Methodist and Brethren churches; four miles from creamery; one mile from cheese factory. Highways HiiusL" (111 I'ariii SI), I'ittslickl Township, Warren County. are nearly all good, level roads. Nearest city is Titusville, population, 8,000. Distance, 12 miles and reached by rail and highway. Sur- face rolling and level. Altitude is quite high. Soil, sandy. 10 acres in meadow; about 35 acres in timber, second growth chestnut and ash ; 15 acres tillable. Fruit : 8 apple and 6 pear trees. Best adapted to corn, potatoes, wheat, oats and berries. Barbed wire fences, in good condition. Two-story house, lGx24 feet, in fair condition. Small barn and in poor condition. House is watered by spring; fields by two streams. Price, fGOO.OO. Terms, .flOO.OO and interest each year. The farm is in a run-down condition. Has not been worked and buildings not kept up. Address J. G. Mailer, E. D. No. 8, Oorry, Pa. No. 92.— Farm of 60 acres, situated in Glade Township; four and one-half miles from Warren postofflce, E. D. No. 1; two and one- half miles from railway station at Hemlock, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; one-fourth mile from school; about four miles to church at Warren, different denominations; three and one-half miles from creamery. Highways are hilly. W^arren is the nearest city, popula- tion, about 13,000, reached by highway. Surface, rolling. Soil is clay loam. Five acres in timber, good chestnut, red oak and white oak; fifty-five acres tillable. 50 apple trees. Northern Spy, Green- ings, Baldwins, Talmans Sweet and other varieties ; some pear, plum, etc. Best adapted to potatoes, corn, oats and wheat. Wire fences on three sides of the farm and stone fence on the other side. House, 20x30 feet, and L, 20x25 feet, needs repairs. Barn, 40x45 feet, needs some repairs. Buildings are watered by wells; fields by spring. Price, .1^1,200.00. Terms, one-half cash, balance on mortgage. There is a splendid market in Warren for all farm and dairy products. This was considered a very pretty place when buildings were good. Address Ward C. Smith, 3 Hemlock street. Warren, Pa. No. 93. — Farm of 100 acres, located in Limestone Township ; three and one-half miles from Tiodioute postoffice and railway station, on line of Pennsylvania Eailroad; one mile from school; three and one- half miles from churches at Tidioute. Highways are good. Tidioute is the nearest town, population, 1,500, reached by highway. Surface is level. Soil, good. 25 acres in pasture; 75 acres in timber, oak, chestnut, etc.; nearly all the land is capable of being tilled. 50 fruit trees. Adapted to wheat, rye, oats, buckwheat and potatoes. Wire fences. No buildings. Farm is watered by springs. Price, $1,000.00. Terms, cash. Address John Siggins, Tiodioute, Pa. No. 94. — Farm of ICO acres, situated in Triumph Township; four miles from Tidioute postofflce and railway station, on line of Penn- sylvania Eailroad; one-half .mile from school; one-half mile from Methodist church. Highways are good. Tidioute is the nearest town, population, 1,500, reached by highway. Surface is level and rolling. Soil is good. 50 acres' in meadow; 110 acres in timber, hemlock, beech, birch, maple, oak and chestnut. Nearly whole farm can be tilled if cleared. 75 fruit trees. Farm is best adapted to wheat, rye, oats, buckwheat, corn and potatoes. No fences. Small house and barn. Buildings and farm watered by springs. Price, $1,600.00. Terms, one-half cash, balance in payments. Address John Siggins, Tidioute, Pa. ]Sfo. 95. — Farm of 105 acres, situated in Deerfleld Township ; three miles from Tidioute postoffice and railway station, on line of Penn- sylvania Railroad; two miles from school; three miles from Methodist church. Some of the highways are level, others hilly. Nearest town is Tidioute, population, 1,500, reached by private road. Surface is part rolling and part level. Soil is clay and gravel. 75 acres till- able. Land is best adapted to wheat, rye, buckwheat, oats, corn and potatoes. Small house, in poor condition. Farm is watered by springs. Price, f;500.00. Terms, cash. Address John Siggins, Tidioute, Pa. Washington County No. 96.— Farm of 215 acres, situated in Hanover Township; eight miles from Burgettstown postoflflce, R. D. No. 2; railway station at Burgettstown, on line of P. C. 0. & St. L. Pvailway ; one-half mile from school. Highways are good, macadam. Nearest town is Florence, population, 1,000, reached by highway. Surface is rolling. Soil, sandy. Twenty-five acres in meadow; 175 acres tillable; balance overgrown with brush. Few apple trees. Land is best adapted to wheat and corn. Fences are wire and rail. House, 16x34 feet, two stairways, slate roof. Barn, 40x60 feet. Spring near door. Price, 138.00 per acre. Terms, to suit purchaser. There are fiive or six producing oil wells on this farm. Good prospects for a railroad near. Owners, Robert Lyle's Heirs. Address A. J. Russel, Attorney, Bulger, Pa. Wayne County ]Sfo. 97. — Farm of 50 acres, situated in Salem Township; nine miles from railway station at Wiramers, on line of Erie Railroad; one mile from church and school; five miles from creamery and cheese factory. Highways are good State roads. Surface is smooth, flat land, river runs through farm. Sandy soil. 10 acres in meadow; 10 acres in timber, different kinds of hardwood; 10 acres tillable. Adapted to grain crops grown in this section of the State. Outside fences good. House, 16x24 feet, one and one-half story. Good barn, 24x32 feet. House is watered by well and spring; barn by well ; fields by spring and river. Price, .|1,200.00. Terms, one-half cash, balance to suit purchaser. Splendid place to raise cattle and poultry. Good fishing. Good neighbors. Address Thos. Ehrgood, Angels, Pa., R. D. No. 1. 45 j^o. 98.— Farm of 25 acres, located in Dreher Township ; 10 miles from railway station at Gouldsboro, on line of Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Kailroad; one mile from school and church; two miles from cheese factory and milk condensing plant. Highways are good level State roads. Surface is smooth and rolling. Altitude, 1,500 feet. Five acres in meadow; four acres in timber, mostly hemlock; five and one-half acres tillable. Some apple trees. Farm is best adapted to oats, buckwheat, corn and potatoes. Fences are stone and wire. House, 16x24 feet, one and one-half story ; barn. House is watered by spring; fields by spring and river. Price, $1,000.00. Terms, one-third cash, balance in payments. One mile from factory and stores. Good fishing on property. Address Thos. Ehrgood, E. D. No. 1, Angels, Pa. ]yjo. 99.— Farm of 116 acres, situated in Berlin Township ; five miles from Honesdale postofflce and railway station, on line of D. & H. Eail- road; one and one-half miles from school; one mile from Methodist church ; two miles from Baptist church ; four miles from cheese fac- tory; five miles from milk station. Highways are hilly but generally good'. Carbondale is the nearest city, population, 17,000, reached by rail and highway. Surface is rolling, not rocky. Soil is red shale and loam, 60 acres in meadow; 10 acres in timber, maple, ash, bass- wood, poplar and beech; about 55 acres tillable. Fruit: 2 apple orchards, some pear, plum, grapes, currants, etc. Adapted to grain and hay. Fences are wire and stone. New house in good condition, seven rooms and cellar, pantry and closets; barn, 30x40 feet, with underground stable. House is watered by spring; fields by spring and brook. Price, .$3,500.00. Terms, one-half cash, balance to suit purchaser. Good pasture, telephone, daily mail, good neighbors. Address Mrs. Lewis Taylor and Mrs. J. K. Bunnell, Honesdale, Pa. ^To. 100.— Farm of 335 acres, situated in Buckingham Township; six miles from Lakewood postoffice, E. D. No. 1; railway station at Lakewood, on line of N. Y. O. & W. Eailroad; one-half mile from school; four miles from Methodist and Catholic churches; one-half mile from creamery. Highways are fairly good. Nearest large town is Hancock, population, 2,000, distance 13 miles and reached by rail and highway. Surface features are level and rolling. Altitude, 1,500 feet. Soil is red and black shale. 150 acres in meadow; 50 acres in timber, hardwood; 200 acres tillable. Fruit: 300 apple, 10 cherry. 8 plum' and 6 pear trees. Land is adapted to grain and hay. Fences are wire and stone wall, in good condition. Large 11-room house, good condition. Five barns and blacksmith shop. Price, |7,000.00. Terms, part cash, balance in payments. School house and creamery are on farm; also, grocery store on farm for sale. Address John S. Carey, Lakewood, Pa. 46 Westmoreland County No. 101. — Farm of 125 acres, situated in Derry Township; six miles from Latrobe postofiice, 11. D. No. 1; three and one-half miles from railway station at New Alexandria, on line of Alexandria Branch, Pennsylvania Kailroad; one-half mile from school; three and one-half miles from Protestant and Catholic churches; three and one-half miles from milk station. Highways are the average rough dirt roads. Latrobe is the nearest city, population, 9,300, reached by highway. Surface is part level bottom land and part rough and hilly. Altitude, 1,.300 feet. Roil, part heavy clay. Five acres in meadow; three acres in limber, good hardwood; 100 acres tillable. .100 apple trees, berries, etc. Best adapted to rye, corn, hay and vegetables. Wire fences in good condition. Log house, 20x40 feet, not in good condition. Barn^ 32x60 feet, needs some repairs, milk house, poultry liouse, etc. Fields are watered by running spring water. Price, |2,000.00. Terms, to suit purchaser. This farm must be seen to be appreciated and is worth |3,200.00. It was one of the best fruit farms in Westmoreland County. Address J. J. Branagan, Oonemaugh, Pa. No. 102. — Farm of 200 acres, located in Ligonier Township; one and one-half miles from Idlepark postoffice, R. D. No. 3 ; one and one- half miles from railway station ai. Darlington, on line of Ligonier Valley Railroad; one mile from school; three-fourths mile from Re- formed and Liitheran churches; one and one-half miles from milk station. Highways are good township roads, almost level. Nearest large town is Ligonier, population, 2,000, distance, three and one- half miles and reached by rail and highway. Seventy-five acres of this farm are level, balance hilly. Soil is fertile. 30 acres in meadow; 75 acres in timber, all kinds, except pine; 125 acres tillable. Fruit: 50 apple, peaches, cherries, etc. Land best adapted to corn, oats and hay. Board, rail and wire fences. Large nine-room house, good condition, slate roof. Bank barn, 4.5x65 feet, new spring house, sum- mer kitchen, wagon shed and chicken house, in good condition. House is watered by spring; barn by stream; fields by springs. Price, 150.00 per acre. Terms, one-half cash, balance in payments. Free mail delivery, telephone in house. I am too old to work is my reason for desiring to sell. Address Jos. Nicely, R. D. No. 3, Ligonier, Pa. No 103. — Farm of 50 acres, situated in Loyalhanna Township; one and one-half miles from Tunnelton postofSce, one mile from railway station at White, on line of W. P. Railroad; two miles from school; one and one-half miles from Baptist and Presbyterian churches; one mile from milk station. Highways are hilly and usually rough. Nearest large town is Saltsburg, population, about 3,000, distance, two and one-half miles and reached by rail and highway. Surface 47 featiires are rolling and hilly. Altitude, 2,000 feet. Good loam soil. Twenty acres in timber, different kinds; thirty acres tillable. The fruit consists of apples, pears, cherries, grapes, etc. Adapted to wheat, corn, oats, hay and vegetables. Poor fences. Five rooms in house, bad condition. Stable and outbuildings are not in good con- dition. House and fields are v/atered by springs. Price, $5,000.00. Terms, cash and payments. This farm has not been worked much for fifteen years. There are two veins of good quality coal; two veins of good fire clay; limestone. Address N. M. Crusan, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 104. — Farm of 110 acres, located in Unity Township; four miles from Greensburg postoffice, E. D. No. 5; one and one-half miles from railway station at Donohoe, on line of Pennsylvania Eail- road; one-half mile from school; four miles from church, different denominations ; one and one-half miles from milk station. Improved road to Greensburg. Nearest city is Greensburg, population, 20,000, reached by rail and highway. Surface of this farm is rolling, ex- cept one large hill. Altitude is probably 1,200 feet. Soil is sandy. 20 acres in timber, second growth locust and walnut; about 75 acres tillable. Small fruit orchard, some apples, cherries and pears. Best adapted to trucking and fruit growing. Fences are rail and wire, in poor condition. Five-room house, two story, can be re- paired. Old log barn, too far gone to repair. Buildings and fields watered by springs. About |6,000.00 in liens against it, would likely turn it over for that or a little more; underlaid with Upper and Lower Freeport and Kittanning veins of coal ; also probably Elklick vein or an offshoot of the Pittsburgh seam. Freeport coal all sold up to this farm. This farm and adjoining territory has been leased for gas and there are good gas wells in the vicinity. Would make an ideal place for a city man who desires a quiet place to live. Com- manding view of the county for miles around. Address S. W. Bierer, Greensburg, Pa. jsTq. 105. — Farm of 42 acres, located in Franklin Township; one mile from Export postoffice, E. D. No. 2; three and one-half miles from railway station at Murrysville, on line of Pennsylvania Eail- road; one and one-half miles from school; one and one-half miles from Methodist, United Presbyterian and Eeformed churches. High- ways are fair to good. Farm slopes to the east but is not too steep for cultivation. Altitude, about 1,000 feet. Soil is gravel and sandy loam. Ten acres in meadow; six acres in timber, oak, elm, etc.; about thirty-two acres tillable. Fruit : about 25 apple trees, different kinds. Adapted to general farm crops, gardening and fruit growing. Wire fences, fair. No buildings. Farm is watered by springs and stream. Price, $2,400.00. Terms, $1,000.00 cash, balance in five 48 years at 5 per cent. Farm is near macadam roads. Within driving distance from industrial towns. Good markets for farm products. Address H. 0. McWilliams, Murrysville, Pa. No. 106.— Farm of 55 acres, situated in East Huntingdon Town- ship; three miles from Scottdale postoffice, E. D. No. 1; three miles from railway station at Scottdale, on line of Pennsylvania and Balti- more and Ohio Eailroads; one mile from school and church, Metho- dist. Highways are good roads. Scottdale is the nearest large town, population, 7,000, reached by highway. Surface is smooth, part level and part hilly. Soil is loam, clay and limestone. 25 acres in meadow; 30 acres in pasture; all tillable. Adapted to corn, oats, wheat, clover and timothy. Eail and wire fences, not in very good condition. No buildings. Fine never-failing spring on this farm. Price, $2,600.00 for surface or $5,500.00 for surface and coal. Terms, half cash, balance to suit purchaser. Two veins of coal, Freeport. This is a valuable piece of land. Will sell surface alone or will sell surface including coal. Address Geo. B. Felgar, Oreston, Ohio.
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275 Apex Drive Warriors Mark

275 Apex Drive Warriors Mark, PA 16877

Price$745,000
AcresNon-Tillable: .34
Wooded: 9.12
Site Acre: 1
Total Acres: 10.46
WaterWell
SewerSeptic
School DistrictState College Area School District
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Centre County 225 Acre Dairy Farm

623 Buffalo Run Road
Bellefonte, PA 16823

Price$1,495,000
AcresEstimated Acreage Breakdown
Tillable: 185 Acres
Pasture: 28 Acres
Woodland: 9 Acres
Site/Misc: 3 Acres
Total: 225 Acres
WaterWell
SewerOn-site
School DistrictBellefonte
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640 Hublersburg Road

640 Hublersburg Road Howard, PA 16841

PriceSold - $890,000
Acres99 Acres
WaterWell
SewerOn Site/Septic Tank
School DistrictBellefonte Area School District
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Farm off Jacksonville Road

703 Jacksonville Road,
Bellefonte, PA 16823

Price$525,000 - Sold
Acres138 Acres
9 acres tillable
13 acres pasture with a pond
114 acres of woodland
2 acres site area
WaterSpring
SewerOn-Site
School DistrictBellefonte Area School District
Beds4
Bath2
Sq. Footage2112
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123 Blue Heron Drive

123 Blue Heron Drive
Woodward, PA 16882

Price$389,000 - Sold
Acres12.79 acres
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SewerSeptic Tank
School DistrictPenns Valley
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61 & 65 Darius Lane

61 Darius Lane
Port Matilda, PA

Price$449,500 - Sold
Acres12.21 wooded and open
WaterSpring
SewerOn-Site, Sandmound
School DistrictState College
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The Wallace Homestead Farm

5250 Pemberton Road
Tyrone, PA

Price$469,000 - Sold
Acres88 Total Acres
55 Tillable
29 Pasture/Woodland
1 Homesite
3 Roads/Misc.
WaterHand dug well
SewerOn-site
School DistrictTyrone
Beds3
Bath1.75
Sq. Footage2,320
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The Keifer Rural Lifestyle Farm

1404 Bloomington-Glen Richey Highway
Olanta, PA 16863

Price$239,000 - Sold
Acres40.16 Total Acres
24.6 Tillable
10.56 Pasture
4 Wood
1 Home
WaterMunicipal
SewerOn-Site, Inground
School DistrictCurwensville
Beds4
Bath2
Sq. Footage1,852
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Hillard Equestrian Farm

182 Long Lane
PA Furnace, PA 16865

Price$630,000 - Sold
Acres30 Acres
WaterWell
SewerOn-site, Inground
School DistrictState College
Beds3
Bath2.5
Sq. Footage3,056
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Sours: http://www.centralparuralproperty.com/properties/farms-farmettes-estates/
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370 + Acre Country Estate : Weatherly : Carbon County : Pennsylvania

This peaceful and secluded Country Estate of over 370 acres is truly one of a kind. From the scenic water views and nature's wildlife to the rolling meadows and rich wooded acreage, this property is a dream come true. It features a beautiful custom built English Manor Home, an updated 19th century...

378 Acres : $6,225,000
The Deep Woods 2135 : Drums : Luzerne County : Pennsylvania

2135+/- acres for sale in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Looking for the ultimate outdoor property If so then look no further. This property offers is all from hunting and fishing to ATV riding and boating. Build your dream home, hunting lodge, or just set up camp and enjoy. Features of this...

2,135 Acres : $3,600,000
Tioga Counties 600 Acre Elk Para : Liberty : Tioga County : Pennsylvania

600 +/- acres of pristine high fence real estate, loaded with elk, whitetail deer, the occasional bear and multiple stocked ponds. Nestled in rural Tioga County Pennsylvania, this private ranch has been held by the same family for over 200 years. With a flat to rolling topography, nearly every acre...

600 Acres : $3,797,000
Huntingdon County 239.73 Acres : Robertsdale : Huntingdon County : Pennsylvania

239.73 acres of great hunting for whitetail deer, bear and turkey. Owner put a road through the entire property for easy access and installed a bridge over the Great Trough Creek for access to the 75 acres across the creek. Great trail system to ride your ATV or hike. Newer 28 x 32 pole building to...

New239.73 Acres : $839,000
Clyde Rd 65 Acres Indiana County : Armagh : Indiana County : Pennsylvania

65+/- acres of country living for sale in Armagh, Indiana County PA. Do not miss the chance to own this rare property. The stunning rustic touches from the original house built in 1900, combined with modern day updates, makes this house a one of a kind. A 5 car garage with a 2 bedroom, 1 bath...

65 Acres : $899,000
Bedford County 282.575 Acres, Feath : Imler : Bedford County : Pennsylvania

282+ acres of land for sale in Bedford County. This property is mostly wooded with a great trail system running throughout. Some fields which would make a great spot for food plots. The land is rolling to steep hills. Great area at the beginning of the property to build your dream house or an...

New282.58 Acres : $599,000
Route 259, 65 Acres, Indiana Coun : Blairsville : Indiana County : Pennsylvania

65+/- acres of vacant land in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Located outside of beautiful Blairsville, Pa., this 65-acre property is waiting for a new owner to take advantage of the limitless outdoor activities it offers. If you are a hunter and/or investor, then this property is what you have been...

65 Acres : $129,900
Route 36, Punxsutawney, 64 Acres : Punxsutawney : Jefferson County : Pennsylvania

64+/- acres of country living for sale in Punxsutawney, Jefferson County PA. The farm was designed with cattle in mind. However, the 36x72 metal building has finished office space and a finished shop that would be perfect to run your business out of. The large metal building also boasts an indoor...

New64 Acres : $689,000
204 Acres Greensburg, PA : Greensburg : Westmoreland County : Pennsylvania

204 acres for sale in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Located at the entrance/exit for Toll Rd 66 just outside of Greensburg PA, this property offers location, location, location. If you're looking for a property that is suited for hunting, recreation, development, etc. this property may be for...

204 Acres : $929,000
N Camp Run Rd Lawrence County 220 : Harmony : Lawrence County : Pennsylvania

Beautiful large acreage tracts, including mineral rights, within close proximity to Cranberry Township are an anomaly in today's real estate market. This beautiful 220 acre parcel is a short 20 minute drive from Cranberry Township, minutes from I-79 and an easy commute to the City of Pittsburgh or...

New220 Acres : $1,499,000
Urich Rd. 257 : Smithton : Westmoreland County : Pennsylvania

257+/- acres of vacant land in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Located in beautiful Smithton, Pa., this 257-Acre property has been in the family for more than 60 years and is waiting for a new owner to take advantage of all it offers. If you are a hunter and/or investor, then this property is...

257 Acres : $1,290,000
92 Acres Hunker PA : Hunker : Westmoreland County : Pennsylvania

Cody Rd Home & 92 Acres 92+/- acres of country living in Hunker, Westmoreland County PA. Location, Location, Location. This property is situated within one mile of Interstate 70, Pennsylvania Turnpike, and Toll Road 66. Do not miss the chance to own this fantastic property. This property offers...

92 Acres : $1,099,000
Dauphin County 50 Acres Riverfront : Millersburg : Dauphin County : Pennsylvania

Riverfront property along Route 147 in Dauphin County. This property is split from Route 147 and railroad tracks. The riverfront property sits along the Susquehanna river and has areas to fish and do some tent camping. The property across Route 147 is all wooded with many rocks throughout and is...

New50 Acres : $79,000
N Loop Rd. Indiana County 161 Acres : Dayton : Indiana County : Pennsylvania

161 acres of land for sale in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Property has excellent road frontage and access of of N. Loop Rd. The perfect combination of mature timber and field offering excellent hunting or prime ground for raising beef. This property is located approximately 20 miles east of...

New161 Acres : $644,000
Kerr Rd. Beaver County, 44 Acres : Beaver : Adams County : Pennsylvania

44 acres and a home for sale in Beaver County, pA. The perfect place to find privacy and still be within minutes of the Parkway West, Pittsburgh International Airport, etc. Located on a dead end road and very private & secluded. Great for hunting and recreation or just living living a peaceful...

44 Acres : $399,000
Rouseville Rd, Venango County, 64 : Pleasantville : Venango County : Pennsylvania

64.3 acres located in Oil Creek Township, Venango County. Mostly wooded property with miles of off road trails throughout. Nice area right off of the main road for a camper. Loaded with deer sign throughout the entire property and observed many deer while walking the property. Small flowing creeks...

64 Acres : $184,000
Rte. 381 Fayette County, 165 Acres : Normalville : Fayette County : Pennsylvania

165+/- acres of vacant land in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Located outside of beautiful Normalville, Pa., this 165-Acre property is waiting for a new owner to take advantage of the abundance of outdoor activities it offers. If you are a hunter and/or outdoor enthusiast, then this property is what...

165 Acres : $439,000
48 Acres Avella PA : Avella : Washington County : Pennsylvania

48+/- acres of vacant land in Washington County, Pennsylvania. Located outside of beautiful Avella, Pa., this 48-acre property is waiting for a new owner to take advantage of the abundance of outdoor activities it offers. If you are a hunter and/or investor, then this property is what you have been...

48 Acres : $249,999
Leonard Rd. Butler County 13 Acres : Hilliards : Butler County : Pennsylvania

13+/- acres for sale in Butler County, PA. This wooded tract ranges from rolling to steep, offering excellent hunting and hiking opportunities. Located directly across from the North Country Trail Access and Pennsylvania Game Lands, this property offers unlimited outdoor activity Included with the...

13 Acres : $74,900

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