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IO---MIFFLINBURG TELEGRAPH, June 17, 2004 CLASSIFIEDS Services Offered i (X)NmJLTING l*OlUffl'l FOREST LANDOWNERS! Centre Forest Resources offers Twnber Sales, Appraisals, Forest Management Services, Managing Ttmber Taxation, Real Estate Development Coordination. FREE Timberland Evaluation. (814) 867-7052. 6/24/04 For Sale For Sale: 6 new Samson microphones, $190. Coda drum set w/access., ocean blue color, $375. Ensonio keyboard w/stand, $150. Call 717-379-8010. 6/10, 17 For Sal 1991 Super Cab Ford Ranger pick- up, 2WD, No air, 5 spd. $2500 obo. 12HP Craftsman riding lawn tractor, 42" cut. $600 obo. 13.5HP Yard Machine riding tractor, 42" cut. $800. Call 922d030. 6/17, 24 For Sale: Piano- livi.g room suite. Call 966- 9509. 6/10, 17 For Sale: Sony receiver w/CD, audio, etc. $50. Free speakers. Call 966-2046 or 922- 4314. 6/17, 24 Yard 'sales' Yard Sale: Sat., June 26, 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Donald Heiter Community Center, 100 N. 5th St., Lewisbutg. Anyone wishing to drop off items for the sale can do so between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Items not sold will be donated to the. Rescue workers. 6/3, 10, 17 Mfllmont Community Yard Sale & Chicken  Sat., June 26, beginning at 9 a.m. Table space is available at $4. Call 922-4222 or 922-1515 to reserve space or order BBQ tickets. Chicken will be served from 11-5 p.m. or until gone. 6/10, 17, 24 Yard Sale:. 211 E. Market St., Mifflinburg. Boy's toddler clothing, toys, girl's clothing sizes 12-14. Fri. and Sat., June 19 and 19. 8 a.m.-? 6/17 Yard Sale: Annual Swengel Community Yard Sale. Sat., June 26, 9 a.m. to ? 6/17, 24 Gata Sale: 60 Market St., Mifflinburg. Fri., June 25. 8 a.m. 4 6/17, 24 ill i ...... L egals OmPltAN COURT NOTI(m The following accounts have been fried with the Clerk of'the Orphan's Court and will be presented to the Court of Common Pleas 17th Judicial District at Union County, Petmsylvania on June 24, 2004. Marvin C. Arnold Estate Manufacturers and Traders Trust Co., Trustee M. Kathryn Peters Estate a/k/a Mary Kathryn Petem Jennifer Byran, Executrix NEW LISTING FINE RANCH HOME has bdck front and includes a new heat pump and central air and has a finished bonus room with a gas fireplace in the lower leveLThe home has a large sunroom, three bedrooms and 1-1/2 bathrooms and includes a two-car attached garage. Appliances included. Fine location in the Mifflinburg Area School Distnct. Only $129,900 ' , " . ?ii . , .,i ...... .; i : ,: .: RE/MAX Countw Living Your Hometown Realtors" 100 Chestnut Street Mifflinburg, PA 17844 LeVan Long Estate Victoria A. Mabus and Donna Jean Decker, Executrices Date : June 4, 2004 6/10, 17 NOTICE OF EXECWIDR IN RE: ESTATE OF CARRIE ELIZABETH GRAHAM, LATE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MIFFLINBURG, COUNTY OF UNION, PENNSYLVANIA, DECEASED. LETIXRS TESTAMENTARY on the Estate of Carrie Elizabeth Graham, late of the Township of Mlfflinburg, Union County, Pennsylvania, has been granted by the Register of Wills of Union County, Permsylvania, to the undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment and those hav- ing claim to present the same without delay to: Executor, William R. Wagner 190 Lindsay In. Mifflinburg, PA 17844 or to HIS Attorney: Melissa S. Lobos, Esquire Groover and Lobos, LLC 309 East Chesmut Street Mifflinburg, PA 17844 6117, 24, I All personal classifieds are free of charge and limited to 35 words. The deadline for all classifieds, coming events and church news is Monday at 4 p.m. TRAIL OF ...cotWhmed from page 4 Lewisix, his wife is AmeSa, Forster at one time went to the Church. Andrew Forster had pew no. 3 in the Buffalo Church. In 1787 he Buffalo Cross Roads. He was born and died between 1810-1830. Susanna Gray. In 1790 he had and up, four males under 16 and females. Thomas Forster was born in 1746, died June 4, 14 in present day He married Jane Young, who is Lewis Cemetery. He had no. 3 Buffalo Church. He was a Forster and therefore a son 0f John (1716-1783). Aug. 31, 1776 Thomas was a field officer, was first major Capt. John Clarke's Comp. In also a Lieut. In 1783 he was Buffalo Twp. Apparently lived Barber family near White Springs. Robert Fruit was a RevolutiotY soldier and was born in died Feb. 4, 1820 in Derry Twp., Co. His wife w/s Catherine McClut*; died about 1813. In October 1787, he tributed to the Buffalo Church and ha he had pew no. 28. In 1774 he county commissioner. In 1771 of Paxton lXvp. bought the himself and Robert Fruit, Wtlliam Robert Clark and flliam Cla divided it into six tracts and so remainder to Ludwig Derr July 31, Walter Clark settled on what owned by non. Eli slifer; Xrdliar where Major Paul Geddes lived. Fruit settled or what was the Heinly rdliam Clark on the #ace Robert Clark died on his place L/! leaving a widow, Jane and child, the wife of Richard Fruit. Robert Robert Clark were jurors April of 1782 Robert Fruit had 190 acres in Deer Twp. He served Northumberland County in the In 1790 he had four males 16 arid uP, '! males under 16 and seven females. I-W many descendants today. He had pew 28 at the Buffalo Church in 1791. Edward Graham had 100 acres in had one horse and one cattle. White Deer Twp. in 1778. He had 24 at the Buffalo Church in 1791. he had a cabin and was was a White Deer Twp. In 1790 he had otaei 16 and up, three males under 16 and females. John Gray had pew no. 27 In 1791 atl Buffalo Church. In 1791 a person name lived in burg and had a In 17 t, one by his name yah male 16 and up, one male under 16 three female,.