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CRAWLEY'S HANDYMAN SERVICE Commercial & Residential ¥ Clearing Lots ¥ Tree Removal ¥ Cleaning Gutters ¥ Fall Clean-up ¥ Cemetery Mowing & Trimming Fully Insured Free Estimates PA No. 038375 814-285-8395 814-310-8479 - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

Hurley Tree Service LLC New Paris, PA Cutting, Trimming, Pruning & Removal of Trees and Shrubs. Mulching Firewood Fully Insured Free Estimates Large & Small Jobs (814) 889-8003 - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

FOR SALE Great Condition Commercial Furniture Sold Individually Desk Chair Treadmill Bicycle Elliptical Lamps Linens HAMPTON INN 814-624-0101 - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

Firewood For Sale Seasoned, cut, split, loaded on your truck or trailer. Or cut your own & save money. (814)839-4271 - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

PET GROOMING & BOARDING Stottlemyer's Groom ÔN Board 2-1/2 miles from Bedford on Egolf Road. Hours by appointment only 814-623-2374 - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

Saxton Treasure - Emporium - Crafts, Antiques & Furnishings Vendor spaces available! Winter Hours: Tue-Sat: 10-4; Sunday 12-3 Closed Monday 800 Main Street, Saxton, PA (814)635-2152 - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

Advance-Fee Loans or Credit Offers Companies that do business by phone can't ask you to pay for credit before you get it. For more information, call toll-free 1-877-FTC-HELP. A public service message from the Bedford Gazette and the Federal Trade Commission. - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

MATERIAL suitable for quilting, crafts. Lots of rick-rack, seam-binding, buttons & thread. Come see. 2853 Clover Creek Rd., Martinsburg. 814-793-3189. - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

Big Man Recliners, $399 Sofa and Loveseat, $799 K&O Sales 643Ð3223 Credit Cards Accepted Mill Creek - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

Lionel Train Set of 1950's: metal steam eng., cars, tracks, transf., exc. cond. 100% USA! $175. 814-207-3875 State College - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

MATTRESS SPECIAL Sg. $250 Dbl. $350 Qn. $399 GET BOX SPRING FREE K&O Sales 643Ð3223 Mill Creek - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

Cut, split & delivered. Fuel assist. accepted. Call 814-599-0602 or 814-542-8373 Huntingdon Area - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

Savage Axis, 243 cal., scope/sling/shells, First $295 takes it. 448-4945 Three Springs - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

4x5 round bales of good quality hay, $45. Alfalfa available, $55. Cramer Farms. Call 259-3368 Shade Gap - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

Start out jewelry supplies, pearls, gemstones, a variety of beads & findings. Have to see to appreciate. 814-502-3276 Bellwood - Ad Link
Source: Daily Herald

Apple Bin Sale, 65¢/lb when purchased in half bushel volume. Way Fruit Farm, Rt. 550, near Stormstown, Mon.-Fri. 8-7 & Sat., 8-5,. Closed Sun. Call 814-692-5211 Port Matilda - Ad Link
Source: Daily Herald

Christmas Trees, Douglas Fir, Blue Spruce, Austrian Pine $30. Freshcut Fraser Fir $45. Wreaths $20. Ridilla's Nursery 724-537-0681. Everyday 9:30-5pm - Ad Link
Source: Latrobe Bulletin

Beagle/Golden Retriever Puppies. 8 wks, 1st shots. For info. & pics call or text 724-691-6567 - Ad Link
Source: Latrobe Bulletin

FOR SALE, MISCELLANEOUS

60" custom made oak desk, set up for computer, absolutely beautiful, new $2800, $500 buys it! Love seat & matching chair w/ ottoman, 1 yr. old, $350. 412-554-3321. - Ad Link
Source: Latrobe Bulletin

Dryers, $100, Washers, $150, Refrigerators, $150 & Stoves, $150. 90 day warranty. 724-323-6587. - Ad Link
Source: Latrobe Bulletin

Kimball Piano, great condition. $550. 724-850-7396, leave msg. - Ad Link
Source: Latrobe Bulletin

Vintage collector's dolls! Incredible! Great for Christmas! $40 each. 724-668-7478 - Ad Link
Source: Latrobe Bulletin

LEGAL

Legal notice ESTATE OF EDWARD C. MARSHALL In the Estate of EDWARD C. MARSHALL, deceased, late of ROME BOROUGH, Bradford County, Pennsylvania; (Died November 9, 2017). NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of Administration have been granted to the undersigned in the above estate. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate settlement and those having claims against said Estate should present them duly authenticated for settlement without delay. ADMINISTRATRIX Pearl J. Marshall 289 Seven Hills Drive Rome, PA 18837 (570) 247-1378 November 30, 2017 December 7, 14, 2017 LAW OFFICE OF ROBERT W. CHAPPELL 926 Main Street, P.O. Box 156 Rome, Pennsylvania 18837 (570) 247-2382 - Ad Link
Source: Morning Times

legal notice notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Borough of Sayre Planning Commission will be held Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Sayre Borough Hall, 110 W. Packer Avenue, Sayre, Pennsylvania to act upon the following: 1. Application of Brett Blazicek who is requesting a special exception for three apartments at 110 N. Elmer Avenue which is located in the Borough's RT District. 2. General purposes Elizabeth J. Fice, CGA, Secretary Borough of Sayre Planning Commission December 7, 2017 - Ad Link
Source: Morning Times

legal notice NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LLC 1) Name of LLC: E & K Tioga Properties, LLC 2) Date of Filing with Department of State: July 27, 2017 3) Tioga County is the County in which the Office of the LLC is located 4) The address is P.O. Box 461, Owego, NY 13827 5) The Secretary of State has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served and the Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any such process to the LLC at P.O. Box 461, Owego, NY 13827 6) Purpose: Any lawful act, lawful purpose/activities. November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 2017 December 7, 2017 - Ad Link
Source: Morning Times

Legal Notice MORNING TIMES GUIDELINES FOR POLITICAL NEWS COVERAGE, LETTERS and POLITICAL ADVERTISING NEWS & EDITORIAL COVERAGE 1. The newspaper does not endorse candidates for local, state or national office. 2. As a general rule, the newspaper does not cover fund-raising dinners or promotional gatherings limited to particular candidates or political parties. 3. When a person announces his or her candidacy, the newspaper will run a news story. Such announcements must be received no later than one (1) month after the filing date for a particular office. 4. The newspaper will publish news stories about write-in campaigns. Since decisions to run write-in campaigns sometimes are made shortly before an election, there is no deadline set on receiving such announcements. 5. Election-related news coverage beyond or in exception to the above will be at the sole discretion of the newspaper's publisher and editor in the name of reader interest and information. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 1. Election-related letters must address pertinent or timely issues of interest to our readers at-large. 2. The newspaper does not publish partisan letters that promote or endorse local political candidates based on their record, reputation and qualifications. This constitutes paid political advertising. 3. Candidates themselves may not use the letters to the editor column to outline their views and platforms or to ask for votes. This constitutes paid political advertising. 4. The newspaper is particularly sensitive to organized "letter-writing campaigns" that we believe to be part of a contrived attempt by a political camp to use the editorial page for campaigning purposes, or to otherwise attempt to manipulate our policies for a political advantage. As with all letters and advertising content, the newspaper, at the sole discretion of management, reserves the right to reject any such letter. 5. The newspaper strongly encourages writers to limit election-related letters to 300 words. 6. To help insure fairness, all letters to the editor of a political nature must be received at the newspaper office at least 10 days before the election. (Two Saturdays prior to Election Day.) 7. The exception to the 10-day rule is a response to a previous letter of an attacking or derogatory nature. In the name of fairness, the newspaper will accept such a response after the deadline, provided it is written and delivered promptly (See No. 8). Such responses may rebut charges, innuendos or misstatements of fact from the initial letter but may not present new charges or level inflammatory counterattacks on the opposing political camp. 8. Under no circumstances will any election-related letter be published after the Friday immediately prior to Election Day. 9. In the case of questionable content (e.g. unfounded allegations, statements of fact that are suspect, or assaults on a candidate's character or moral standards), the newspaper reserves the right to verify such information before publication, or to edit letters. Any changes necessary to render a letter suitable for publication will be reviewed with the writer prior to publication. 10. All letters must be signed and include the address and telephone number of the writer. Phone numbers are for questions and verification purposes only and will not be published. POLITICAL ADVERTISING 1. All political advertising is charged at the prevailing open rate. (No discounts, special pricing or earned rates.) 2. All political advertising must be paid for in advance. No exceptions. 3. All political advertising must carry a line reading "Authorized By...." or "Paid For ByÉ." If authorized by the candidate, his authorized political committee or their agents, the ad must clearly state such. If not authorized, the ad must clearly and specifically state the name of the person, committee or organization who placed or financed the ad. (Personal identification may be requested.) In the case of citizens' groups, committees and unofficial organizations, they must be established, registered and/or reasonably identifiable to the newspaper's readers. If not, the name of the treasurer or another officer may be required. 4. The phrase "PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT" by itself is insufficient. 5. No political ads may be placed on the "Flash Ads" page or any other page that carries special rates or restrictions on advertising. (e.g. page 1, page 1B sports, editorial page, comics page, etc.). There is no guaranteed position or placement offered for political ads. 6. No political ads of a derogatory or attacking nature will be published after Wednesday's edition, 6 days prior to Election Day. (NOTE: Production deadlines require that all ads be placed with our sales department by 5 p.m. 2 working days prior to publication, or 5 p.m. Monday for an ad to appear Wednesday. In the name of fairness and our responsibility to the local voting public, responses to derogatory ads will be allowed after the Wednesday cutoff, but such ads must be placed immediately to insure placement prior to Election Day. Responses may rebut charges, innuendos or misstatements of fact from the initial derogatory ad, but may not present new charges or level inflammatory counterattacks on the opposing political camp. 7. In the case of questionable content (e.g. unfounded allegations, statements of fact that are suspect, or assaults on a candidate's character or moral standards), the newspaper reserves the right to verify such information before publication, or to reject the material. - Ad Link
Source: Morning Times

Bingo moved to Osceola Moose. Wednesday Dec. 20. Early Bird, 6:30 p.m. Regular Games 7 p.m. Benefits the Fireworks Committee. Osceola Mills - Ad Link
Source: Philipsburg Journal

ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY NO HUNTING OR TRESPASSING on the property of Steven & Elizabeth Koontz of Osterburg Known as the bottom. - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

Local News, Local Sports, Local Town & Government We do it best! Everyone reads the Bedford Gazette. Shouldn't your ad be here. There's no better place to advertise, (814)623-1151. - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

ABSOLUTELY NO TRESPASSING on the ground leased by Willard E. Knisely on Sproul Mountain Bloomfield Township Zero Tolerance! - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

GAZETTE DELIVERY QUESTIONS? Contact our Circulation Staff 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday 623-1151 or 800-242-4250 - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

680A NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT ORDINANCE Notice is hereby given that it is the intention of the Council of the Borough of Everett, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, to consider for adoption at the regular meeting on January 8, 2018, a Proposed Ordinance: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF EVERETT, BEDFORD COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA AMENDING, REPEALING, AND/OR REVISING SECTIONS 218 OF CHAPTER 15 OF THE EVERETT BOROUGH CODE OF ORDINANCES TO THE EXTENT THAT IT IS INCONSISTENT HEREWITH; AND RE-AFFIRMING ALL OTHER PARTS AND PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 15 OF THE EVERETT BOROUGH CODE OF ORDINANCES. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED by the BOROUGH OF EVERETT, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same that the BOROUGH OF EVERETT hereby authorizes the following changes and additions to Chapter 15 sections ¤ 218 of the Everett Borough Code of Ordinances: I. AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 15 SECTION ¤ 218 OF THE EVERETT BOROUGH CODE OF ORDINANCES Section ¤ 218 (Skates, Coasters, Sleds and Other Toy Vehicles) of Chapter 15 of the Everett Borough Code of Ordinances shall be amended, revised and/or repealed to the extent that it is consistent herewith and shall now read as follows: Section ¤ 218 Skates, Coasters, Sleds, Bicycles, and Other Toy Vehicles. 1. It shall be unlawful for any person to ride on Skates, Coasters, Sleds, Bicycles, and Other Toy Vehicles upon any sidewalk in Business District of the Borough between the red lights on Hopewell Street and North Spring St. 2. It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in roller skating or to ride upon or propel any coaster bicycles or other toy vehicle upon: A. any street except in order to cross the roadway; nothing contained herein, however, is intended to be construed nor shall it be construed to prevent bicycles from being operated upon the cart way or berm of streets within the Borough: or B. the sidewalks from Sheetz store North Spring Street and Main Street to the location of Original Italian Pizza on North Hopewell Street and Main Street, except that nothing in this paragraph shall prevent a pedestrian from pulling a coaster or other toy vehicle, without or with a rider, upon a sidewalk. Such prohibition upon the sidewalk along such area. 3. It shall be unlawful to ride any bicycle, sled, roller skate, or pull a pushcart or any other toy vehicle on top of or upon the levee within the Borough. 4. Any person who violates any provision of this section shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine of thirty-five ($35.00) dollars and cost of prosecution. II. RE-AFFIRMING ALL OTHER PARTS OR PORTIONS OF THE EVERETT BOROUGH CODE OF ORDINANCES All other parts or portions of Chapter 15 of the Everett Borough Code of Ordinances are hereby reaffirmed. IV. EFFECTIVE DATE This Ordinance shall be effective upon its adoptions. Eileen L. Reyan Borough Secretary - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

685 BOROUGH OF EVERETT AREA MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY NOTICE OF MEETINGS The Borough of Everett Area Municipal Authority will hold regular monthly meetings for the year 2018 on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Council Room of the Municipal Building, 100 Mechanic Street, Everett, PA. 2018 REGULAR BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE January 9 February 13 March 13 April 10 May 9 June 12 July 10 August 14 September 11 October 9 November 13 December 11 Ronald R. Wright Manager - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

686A MEETING NOTICE The Tussey Mountain Board of Education has scheduled a Special Meeting for General Purposes for January 3, 2018 at 7: 00 p.m. in the Administrative Conference Room, 199 Front Street, Saxton. Lisa M. Rankin Secretary - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

678 BOROUGH OF EVERETT NOTICE OF MEETINGS The Everett Borough Council will hold the 2018 reorganization meeting on January 2, 2018. All regular monthly meetings for the year 2018 will be held on the second Monday of each month. All meetings will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be held in the Council Room of the Municipal Building, 100 Mechanic Street, Everett, PA. 2018 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULE January 8 May 14 September 10 February 12 June 11 October 8 March 12 July 9 November 12 April 9 August 13 December 10 EVERETT BOROUGH COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETINGS The Everett Borough will hold special meetings for general purposes on the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Room at the Everett Municipal Building, 100 Mechanic Street, Everett, PA. EVERETT BOROUGH PLANNING COMMISSION The Everett Borough Planning Commission will hold regular monthly meetings in 2018 on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM in the Borough Council Room in the Municipal Building at 100 Mechanic Street, Everett, PA. EVERETT AREA RECREATION BOARD The Everett Area Recreation Board will hold regular monthly meetings in 2018 on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Borough Council Room in the Municipal Building at 100 Mechanic Street, Everett, PA. Eileen L. Reyan Borough Secretary - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

THIS NEW CLASSIFICATION HAS BEEN CREATED TO ACCOMMODATE LEGAL PUBLIC MEETING NOTICES Deadline for legal notices to appear in this classification will be 11 a.m. of the preceding day. - Ad Link
Source: Bedford Gazette

PLEASE...Check your ad the first day it appears. We try not to, but mistakes do happen, and we won't know unless you call and tell us. We cannot be responsible for more than one day's incorrect copy. Thank you. - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

Classified Deadlines For Saturday 3:00 P.M. Thursday - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

HAVE YOU LOST something of value or found a loved pet? Use a Daily News FREE three day Lost and Found ad to get the results you need! Call 814-643-4040 and ask for the classified department. Huntingdon - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

ESTATE NOTICE Estate of HAROLD W. PAINTER, A/K/A HAROLD W. PAINTER, SR., late of Cass Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters Testamentary on said Estate having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted thereto are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims or demands against the same will present them without delay for settlement to the undersigned or to his attorney. Harold W. Painter, Jr. 11543 Raystown Rd. Huntingdon, PA 16652 Executor Edward M. Brown, Esq., P.C. 225 Washington Street Huntingdon, PA 16652 814-643-9787 Cass Township - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

PUBLIC NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Borough of Shade Gap, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania hereby gives notice of its intention to amend its per capita Tax Ordinance. The Ordinance will impose an annual per capita tax of three (3) dollars upon each resident of the Borough, eighteen years of age or older, commencing with the 2018 tax year and contiinuing annually thereafter. The Ordinance is necessary to enhance the general revenue of the Borough. The amount of revenue estimated to be derived from the tax in one-hundred twenty ($120.00) dollars. Shade Gap - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Rules and Regulations and Clean Streams Law. Notice is hereby given that New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co., Inc., P.O. Box 77, New Enterprise PA, 16664, has made application to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to renew its noncoal NPDES permit PA 0595888 associated with the Dry Run Surface Mine Permit 5074SM4 which was issued on 6/24/1992 and will expire on 6/24/2018 in Fannett Township, Franklin County. This request does not include any revisions. The permit area is 40.25 acres and is situated along Dry Run Rd. West, approximately .25 miles North-West of Dry Run. The receiving stream for the Dry Run permit area is unnamed tributary of Dry Run, listed as CWF/MF in 25 Pa Code Chapter 93. A copy of the application is available for public inspection at the DEP, The Cambria District Office, Bureau of Mining and Reclamation, 286 Industrial Park Road, Ebensburg, PA 15931. Written comments, objections and requests for a public hearing or informal conference may be submitted to the DEP office listed above and must include the person's name, address, telephone number, and a brief statement as to the nature of the objection(s). Dry Run Quarry/Fannett Township/Franklin County - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

NOTICE The Joint Operating Committee of the Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center will be holding its regular monthly meetings for 2018 on the second Tuesday of each month beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Career and Technology Center, Mill Creek, PA Stephanie E. Stains JOC Secretary Mill Creek - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

Marklesburg Borough Council reorganization meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at the Borough Building at 7:30 p.m. followed with the regular monthly meeting. Loretta Hunsicker, Secretary Marklesburg Borough - Ad Link
Source: Daily News

PLEASE...Check your ad the first day it appears. We try not to, but mistakes do happen, and we won't know unless you call and tell us. We cannot be responsible for more than one day's incorrect copy. Thank you. - Ad Link
Source: Daily Herald

HAVE YOU LOST something of value or found a loved pet? Use a Daily Herald FREE three day lost and found ad to get the results you need! - Ad Link
Source: Daily Herald

Public Notice The Warriors Mark General Authority wishes to notify its customers of possible scams & impersonations of Water Authority Personnel. 1) If we need to come to the house, we will call first. 2) All personnel will have name badges on. 3) All personnel have clothing marked with Water Authority logo and first name. We ask that you don't let anybody in your house that is not following the above. Warriors Mark General Authority - Ad Link
Source: Daily Herald

The Daily Herald is published daily except Sundays, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year's Day for $97.50 per year by the Joseph F. Biddle Publishing Company, 325 Penn Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652. POSTMASTER: Periodicals postage paid at Tyrone, PA (USPS 645800) Send address changes to The Daily Herald, 1067 Pennsylvania Avenue, Tyrone, PA 16686 - Ad Link
Source: Daily Herald

Are you looking for a Job? Buying or selling an Automobile? Need a place to Rent or Buy? Looking for a Contractor or Business Service? SEARCH HERE: Bargain Sheet LOGO 1000+ Classifieds from the Latrobe Bulletin and 21 other publications! - Ad Link
Source: Latrobe Bulletin

Estate of Evelyn V. Kruzynski, a/d Evelyn B. Kruzynski, deceased Executor Notice Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Evelyn V. Kruzynski, a/d Evelyn B. Kruzynski, deceased, late of the City of Latrobe, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, having been granted to the undersigned by the Register of Westmoreland County, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said Estate to make immediate payment; and to those having claims against the same, to present them to the undersigned, duly authenticated for settlement. Terrance C. Ferguson Attorney at Law Ferguson Law Associates, LLC 400 Main Street Latrobe, PA 15650 Michael F. Kruzynski, Executor 625 Oxford Road Lincoln University, PA 19352 (12/16, 23, 30/17) 989 ________________________ - Ad Link
Source: Latrobe Bulletin


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