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PAOR RIOHT THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBT.T.SVILLE. PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1930. Courier C/czss£/ted Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash; lOc charge 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run G Times or More: Per line, Gc cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. , "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Speaal--Your Ad Inserted XV 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Specie/ No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card ol Thanks DUNLAP--We take this means of thanking our many friends ard neighbors for the kindness and. sympathy extended us during our recent sad bereavement, the death of Dale Dunlap 3s- peclally do we wiih to thank those who sent flowers, those who so kindly furnished cars, the sinner* and all who assisted us in any way. Mrs Dale Dun- tap and Family. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 EXCELLENT VALUES IN GOOD USED CARS! 3938 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan with very low mileage, used very little as a demonstrator. S23S Down; $32 '1 Monthly. 1337 Chevrolet Sedan. $100 Down: 523 BC Monthiv. 1937 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan. $150 Down: S2282 Monthiv 1337 Ford V-8 2-door S-dan. $139 Down; Ml 65 Monthly. 1936 Dodge Deluxe Coupe, equipped with Radio aid Heater. 5150 Down: $22 82 Monthly. 1035 Ford V-8 4-door Sedan. $118 Down: $20.20 Monthly. 1335 Ford Tudor Sedan. SUB Down: $2020 Monthly. 1S33 Ford 2-door Sedan. $30 Down: $1350 Monthly. 1932 Oldsmoblle "6" Sedan. $125 1931 Ford Deluxe Roadster. «0 1930 Ford Roadster. $35. 1929 Ford Tiidor Sedan, $40. EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS! 1035 Chevrolet V,-ton Pickup Truck 1933 Ford V-8. 1^-ton Truck, equipped with special Produce Body, dual rear wheels. $100 Down; $21.70 Monthly. Vcr. Very Easy Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOn COMPANY. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings 1 Open Sundavst HERE ARE HIST A FEW OF OUR EXCELLENT USED CAR BARGAINS I , SEE THEM TODAV1 193S Chevrolet 4-door Trunk Sedan, equipped with Radio, new tires. Upholstering and paint good, 193S DeSoto 4-door Trunk Sedan, Radio and Heater equipped. New tires 1935 Oldsmobile 4-door Trunk Sedan with excellent Radio and Heater. 1931 Ford Model "A" Victoria Coupe equipped w i t h new ti-cs. Terms Arranged to Please! AUTOMOBILE SALES COMPANY. AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE--LaSALLE--CADILLAC SALES Sc SERVICE. ·IS W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 199 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 USED CARS' SEE OUR SELECTIONI E E VAN SCOY INC. 253 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVEUINGS PHONE 9645 322 SO P1TTSBURG ST. YOU CAN'T SKATK ON DljLlTsKATES --Expert sharpening. We call for and deliver Phone 874 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T D GARDNER. MGR. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All k'nds James R LaUBhltn-INSUR- ANCE See me for rates 309 First National Bank Building phone 520 Moving. Trucking. Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 50. DULL'S rilANSFER CONNELLSV1LI.E PA "FOR BEST SERVICE l~ Modern Storage For Household Good* LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford A\enue Phone 183 Printing. EngravlnE, Binding Z7 LET L'S GIVE VOU AN E S T I M A T E ON VOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand BIIUI--Binding!--Calling Cardil Bill Headil--Letter Headil For Rent Cardsl-- For Sale Cardjl No Trcspas51nK Sign* For Salcl All Wo.-k Fully Guaranteed] AU At Reasonable Ra*e»l COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. «!. Employment Help Wanted--Male KNOCK, KNOCK--Who In tl'ere? A new household ' specialty " 23-ccnt seller. Maivckms demonstration Everybody bin*. Tremendous profit Free samples. Christy, Dtpt 12, Newark. Nc\v York, Solicitors. Canvassers,, Ascnts 35 WANTED--Men-Women to supply Blair Food nnrt lloxisehold Products to home*; Deep Cut Prices and lovilv Premium* Send No Moivev Blr Hov of Products FRKE for fstlnr Blair, Dcpt 107D, Ljnchburg, VlrMnla Situations Wanted--Male 37 WANTKD--Truck driving by SOU-IK man ot good character. Thrtc yeirs *.x- perltncc Can p l v t best of reference. \v rite Box 500, care Courier Financial Money 4t-B NFKD CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend vou S300 or less on voiir ·irnatu'-e Personal Finance Comranv I'hone 34 Instruction Instruction Classes FRANKLIN COMWRCIAL COLLEGE-- bptcl.il nlpht coupe ir the following subject, will open Jan Ot Shorthand. TptnK. Comptometer Accounltnr. federal Tax and Jxx-lal Sccurll) Cull 218 or come In the of ice ConswlUvUIc. Merchandise Articles tor Sale SI FOR SALF--t No = I rtck Saw Mill. Three Saw rd.er-Cu'-Of!-Log Turner, Roll'. S»w» aid Belts 1 No 2 Hart S-iw Mill--SNarn Fred If deilred 1 40 h p Krlck Holler u-llh JOxl! Fries' indue 3-31 h p S'ran F-nsmo 1-36 Inch G.JUCC Jljrt rordso-1 Caio- llne Locomotive Will Trade Equipment for Lumber P^ck Creek Lumber Company. ConncV'Viille, T* BulldlntTH, Culldlnc MaterUti S3 Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom. Apple Street Phone 1093-R Roonu for lIouicKecpine 69 FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms private bath, electric refrigeration 204 Davidson Avenue Phone 917 FOH KENT--Three furnished or unfur- nKhed rooms conveniences Good location Phone I410-W lOU RKNT-- Furnhhed light housekeeping rooms at Poplar Grove Phone 9671. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--An apirtrrcnt Inquire Smu'.i Hardwire Store, 717 Crawford Avenue. West Side Busincw Places for Rrnt 15 V.EIMF.R ARCA.DK-- t.ntlre i^c and room 13x70 ktrect level at once PEW, R. WEIMFR. AKCADE. Iloascs for Rent onil Rooc Available 77 FOR RKNT--Seven room house, fu-nnce and bath Haid vrod floor*. Inquire. Robert Norrli- PJior.e 505 Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate R UECOVK THE PROUD O\VNl*R--Of o j r own home Lrl me fell 5014 how . top in loJa or p'-onr, I'Cft Al«n butldirjr lots in »11 -«Uon» Wm I 1 McNu!i. Eos!«-* IJuildmj; South Arch Strwt PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RE.VTI T C HHALtN SO CONNF.LLSV1LLr: PA. PHONE 075 [looses for Sale WE CARRY--A complete line of bulM- I ers* supplies b'one i Wo'k. Pnor.e i PATTERSON AVENUK. EAST. 10^--*lx room house and bath, pjivert electric, rai ard vwter l-iinsfala'e po^so»tw Pflcrd rcjio uible for Rile Innu're. PAtn, C \VAGOKER in» w. CRAwrooD AVE, Farm and Dairy Producti S3 FOR bALE--IJUIcd p'raw* 'or rent d acres farrnirg land Inquire Strlckler Fann. I'rt»ad Fo*d. Pa Professional Services SEE THEM TODAY 1 O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MO10R COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till 8 o'clock Open Sundays 'till 0 o'clock YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CARS ra so prrrsauitG ST PHONE a IARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES tS6 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234, EXPERT TRUSS FITTINC-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical ·ppllanccs A A Clarke PH G Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg Stre c l Phone 194. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--White or colored lady for housework. Two In family. Experienced necessary. Salary $700 week. Private bath. Write, giving full address Box 10. care Courier WOMEN--Earn $1800 Doze Sev,lnr Dresses Everything furnished. Material cut. Trimmings and Instruction* Experience unncccwary. Write. Quality Dress, Church Annex. P. O. Box 245. N. Y. WOMEN WANTED--AddreM our catalog!. 2c each paid in advanco plus bonuses. Evcrythlne Supplied Free Details Furnished. Rovai Products. G. P. o Box 104. Brooklyn. N. Y WANTED--Housekeeper, aged 35 to 40, to live and v.ork on chicken farm. Write Boy. 400. care Coarlcr. GETTING what you want, wren ou want it--at a price 5 ou gladly pay--that's good cause for satisfaction Isn t It? And that's just what regular readers of theie Classified Ads are doing every day. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE \o 22 27 17 16 31 32 ACROSS 1--Wood-cut- 21--Male ting tool 2Z--Goddess or 4--Indian baby crops 10--Dcmonstra- 24--city In ,, «yc pronoun Indiana 12--Wander 2 . . , .. 13-Gold coin of ,, A/^i',,, ,,,, the XJ S -- artificial 15--Attempt waterway 16--Sanest 20--Force 17--Crowns 31--A medley 18--Obese 33--Underdone 20--Halfpennies 34--Earthly (Ens.) 35^-EvcntualIy 20--Capital of Soviet Russia 21--A mansion 23--La\v £ ul 24--Hiatus 25--Large, formal dance alcohol Anivrer Co previous puzzle 26--Worry 28--Correlative of neither 30--Before 32--Chemical eufnx dc- DOWN 1--Prow of a boat 2--Exclamation 3--Moves to and fro 5--Land measure S--Mystic Hindu ejaculations 9--Kingdom of Africa 11--Slides 14--Letter S 6--Short motto 17--Hcadvvear on a ring IS--Drcnrny 7--Hop kiln 19--Some Coprntht. tS». Kiss Fcitutu STodxitc. Inc. f ARMERS t ET US HELP VOU MAKE SOVE MONEY I HERES HOW--You can nrd · market, for yojr farm products. jour farm Iripicrrcnta. your dairy products, your live tjock and hou-ft old goods br running · small lnexpen\iv« «d in our Clarified becllon. There ou will find many peopta v,ho w»nt to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dally Courier cover* · Iarc« area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for lust tb» thinsj you have lor ule NOTE All classified »d» are p»y- ·blo In advance You wl.l nrd our rales In the abova CUwltled Heading Fuel. Feed. Fertilizers 5G GOOD LUMPY -- Bun of mine coal. 100 bu , Be drlivered; 50 bu . Sc delivered; !5 bu. I2c delivered. Cash. Phone 1'037. Krank Koballa GENUINE--Wa'lllnglon Run Coal Txw price Wm Dull ft Son Phono 10V or call Daw son. 22tjl and 2C31 G-FT. COAL--30 IJushcl or more. 9'^ bushil. delivered Phone 3J32-J. Household Goods FOR SALE--IF VOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN USED FURNITURE, CALL AT DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET PHONE W. LARGE SELECTION-OF NEW AND USLD COAL, AND GAS HEATING AND COOKING STOVES MERVJS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020 Machinery and Tools USED FARM MACHINERY 1-F-1Z Farmall, 1-12-20 McCormlrt -Deer- Ing, 11 Fordson Tractors, l-15.1n Caterpillar; l-John Deere Thresher, A-l condition, 1 McCormlck-Dcering Power Unit. 60 H. P 1 Hercules Power Unit, CO II P; 1 Continental P. U 40 II. P; 1-40 H. P. Oil Pull Power Unit 1-5 II P. Shaw with rubber tires and atttich- rrents, 1 Model M Alllj. Chalmcri THE FARM EQUIPMENT CO. SOMERSET. PA. PHONE 551. Wanted--To Buy SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSI THEN BRING THEM TO riffi COURIER OFFICE PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN PER POUND AT 5c THERE IS a frlcndlj spirit in The Courier Classified Department which makes it a pleasure to use this department. For results, try our rcrvlcc OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as your phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon he met without any further trouble on your part EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advertiser and reader--for their ·nutual benefit and MUsJactlon. KOll SAU:--Hltt" (arm. » acit« Loner TVone ToAnt^ip IIuj*e of rl-e r-om* ba'h art! furnace ban barn, ml.er oulbulleti s* p'tnlY o! w a t e r . jmjUl or*'.Ard 1-qul'r. Robert .Sorrti J'ho-w. H» Auctions-Lcgals Notice* SI RE.vD THIS PIIlbT rcimo Rlttcr. a b"i.auly shop operator, taking the placo of a ft lend for a week In tha private aalon of Mr*. Horace Wlthcraiwon. Sr., llndn herself Involved in n myatcry when the eccentric old lady 14 found dead under one of tlio hair d-lcM after Elsie narl left the room for n few momenta fane Is further liumlllateu wl-an nhc learns that one of (ho servants In tho Manors household susrccts her ol taking Mrs. Wltherspoon n emeralUs. vvhlcn arc mliilnc. Certain members of tho Wlth- erH^oon family and somo of the house cucita strkko Elalo as queer, and Bhc in i.urprlsed when the old lady's son. llor ice WlUicrspoon. ndvlucs her to »ay nothing of the mls.iing icwcls for fear of publicity and tho police. Ihc coroner arrlvci for hln investigation. I'hil Ucnson, i:iste'B friend and a reporter, cornel for an obituary for hla rapt r nnu !· iHlo »how:i him nround the mantlon Mrs. Wlthcriipoon ji funeral l.s liclil tho next day. Klslo Is nt her wits end when Mra Horace Wither- I'poon. Jr.. Ulcs si.d«lenly whllo under tho anno lll'fntcd drier In the salon tha next morning. (NOW CO ON WITH TJUE ii'ORYj CHAPTEH SEVENTEEN T£IE SIGHT of nls sister affected Mr. Richard oddly as ho jrushed into the salon. His expression underwent a subtlo cliangc. He sccnicci about to speak, then, thinking better of It. thrust his hands into his pockets and, circling the body of his mother, went to the w imlow. Mr. Horace feet. "I--1 Dldmorc." got flUIQy to his had better phono Dr. "Vou aren't going to leave her Uicrc?" louily. asked Daphne, tncredu- Ilichard swung around from the window. "You can't move her," he s.iid slowly. "Not until after the police arrive." 'The police?" His sister regard cd him tn amazement. She turned pale. Richard laughed hollowjy. "The police,' having CUSC.H! ' "Murder!" coming on. he repeated. "They dislike bodies moved--in murder 1 felt another scream 1 swallowed convul « \ X K V T X T J M t V T , Cl irter No 8344 R«-erse Oturlct So 4 REPORT Or CONDITION' OF THE l-"lr»t National Itanx of IVroopolu In the S't'c of JVnntytvAi.lJ, at "so close of buMt f*» Drernber 31. 19i5. (J*ub!lslr! in re^ixn.'c to call marfe by Comptroller of tho Currency, under bec- tlon Mil. U 3 Revlittl b!aut« ) rjjm* ard d!cmmt» (incltid re |1 15 a v c r d r f U ) 1 United i»!a'e* CoxcmT.cnt fh- Utratjon-t, direct *nd fully Kua rani red bhe*lionx of Slain And political ubd.uuon» Other bond 1 *, nnto, and drlx-n- iurc 211 «T7 W Corporate a'ock).. includtng i*,ocJc of Kcdt ral Jlc itrvp hank Coslj. bilancr* w i t h other bank, IncIudtnK re-rr\o hat- ancr and ca-ti lit mi in pro- ITS'! of collection Hank premise i owned W^03^7 Kurnltur^ and fixture 1 * 2W 12 n«-iil c-tatr o^rcd other tlian bank premiw* Other *Mfts 050200 1.244 10 S7064 .lively. "But she wasn't murdered," I blurted. "No on« touched her but me I" "Oh!" His dark eyes bored Into mine. "1 ste." "PlCArtc 1 " Mr. Horace raised his nantl "No quarreling! 1--we- mtii*. decide what Is best to do." "And what is best to do:" Daphne nskcd, and her body avvavcd slightly forward. She seemed to be waiting for something. I did not know what. "I vvondcr--" Her father eeemcc to think aloud. "I vvondcr--" "It ui murikr, isn't it?" Hichnrc Inslitcd "Isn't It?" "Don't be silly, Rich." Daphne reproved him. "Of course not!" ' Oh!" Hli eves widened and nar- rov,cJ, and he nui hli tongue slowly around th« edge of rJa lipa "Mit be not," he said. "Maybe not." Mr. Horace bcokoncd la him "IVrhupa, son, you had better take Daphne to her room." ".Ml right," ho agreed, "looming, Dairy?" "May 1 go, too?" I n quested My hcmJ was spitting and J was sh-ikiiig oil over. "Of course. You had better re-it. I shall call the coroner and wait hrro until hli arrival." "\Vhat li It?" Di-lla Craig again separated hemclf from the little group In the corridor and appointed hernclf Its spohesman. "Mother is dead." Daphne saJd quietly. ~O..\il'" Delia emitted n. shriek. Kor one startled second Delia Craig tin- womAn peered from the cyc-i of Delia Craig the itctresji. And Uic woman wiui frightened! "Delli, my dear!" A young man In a iky-bluc lounging robe at Icmptod to gather her In his amis He was a be.iuUful young man; he had pale golden curls and blue eyes wiipl by long curling lashes and a complexion like peaches and roam. The actress shrugged him Impa- Uontly away. She had regained control of herself and was murmur- ng conventional and hackneyed hrasc5 of condolence. "Oh, Jeff!" Without warning Daphne's unnatural calm evaporated and she began to sob aloud. "Darling!" A second young man detached himself from the group, ie was the young man of the icalthy laugh, the one who had ilundorcd into the salon the mom- ng of the ball in search of Daphne ic pressed her head to his shoulder and she wept unrestrainedly. "I theenk 1 take care of my lanccc without your ossccstoncc, Mecatcr Todington." A third man stepped forward--Count Orsini! 31s expression was not amiable. Jeffrey Todlngton regarded him tonily without reply. He did not ,oosc the girl from his arms. i "Do you hear what I nay!" the count shouted angrily. "Please!" Daphne raised her held. "I'm going to my room," she announced wearily, "Come, Rich!" And ignoring the outraged count she went slowly down the corridor. I went to my room and waited. The hours dragged themselves by. Now and again I was startled by the sound of strange noises from the salon. Once X crept close to the connecting door and held my car to tho keyhole. There was the sound of many feet, heavy boots marching across the tiles and the steady murmur of deep voices occasionally raised In a shout or a ursc At four o'clock, when I thought I had been completely forgotten, Hawkins tapped at my door and announced that 1 was wonted in tho library. "Who wonts me?" 1 demanded, ·ny teeth chattering uncontrollably In my head. Hawkins looked pained. "The police, miss." Tho police! 1 shivered. I had never had more to do^vvith the police than a polite "Good evening" to Uie pot-bellied copper whose ly, "but course," "And with the law must take Its what has the law to do Richard's face was beat Included Polly's shop. "'Yes, mlsi," Ulc surveillance of the butler sniffed audibly, "there nro four of them In the house creating the most frightful disturbance. Mrs. Grccly is quite bcsldo herself." "Oh!" The picture of Mrs. Grec ly "quite beside herself" was amusing, out I was too frightened to laugh. "Will you come down now, miss?" "Yc-es " Tho chief of police of Lawnvttlc. a Mr. Ellis, and a uniformed assistant, stood before the arcplacc. At various positions about the room were scattered the members of the household and guests. Air. Horace, his eyes like burned holes in a blanket, occupied the large chair beside the library table. Daphne and Richard wcro in straight chairs nearby. Miss Henri- ctta. a crazed scarecrow, was poised, as If for flight, upon tall stool beside one of the bookcases. The Kucsts, slightly separated from the family, were arranged In a group by the \Und3Ws. "Miss RJtWr?" questioned Chief Kllut. I nodded, for I could not have spoken for love nor money. "Sit down over horc." He indicated n choir apart from the others I sat down weakly. "Now then," he said, surveying us, "we'll get to the bottom of this business. Please remain quiet unless you arc directly questioned." "You've no right to order us about!" Richard Jumped up. "I don't intend to order you about," the chief spoke placating- thrcalcnlng thundercloud. "Please, Rich!" Daphne pulled him backward,'and unwillingly he subsided. "Now, then," Cliicf Ellis began again, "so far we don't know exactly what has Happened here except that the medical examiner isn't satisfied that the deceased died a natural death. It's up to us to find out how--and why--she died! "No!" protested Daphne, white as a sheet. "But th's Is outrageous!" Delia . Craig rose to her full height. "It la ridiculous"' "It Is that!" The young man o£ the golden curls joined the actress. "And who ans you?" inquired the chief pleasantly. "1 am Reginald Ainsworth!" "Yes? Afraid you're a stranger to me Sit down, please." "Why--" The handsome Reginald gaped at him open-mouthed. ·Why!" And he collapsed like a toy balloon with the air let out. "Horace!" Delia implored her host. "Arc you going to permit this --this outrage?" "I--I don't see what I can do." Mr. Horace smiled uncertainly. "I think we had best make no complaint at present." "Right." said Chief Ellis. "Play fair with me and I'll play fair with you. Just let me handle this my way and we'll get along all right." Delia regarded him coldly. I guess sho was not used to having men, even policemen, ignore her wishes. It did my heart good to see her get the worst of It. "Ha! Ha!" Someone else was enjoying tho situation. Miss Henrietta cackled thrllly. "Hattie!" said Mr. Horace. She glared at her nephew: "I can laugh if I want to, Horace Withcr- spoon! I can laugh! Ha! Ha!" The two policemen looked blankly at one another. The chief's assistant, who I afterword learned was Officer Karns, tapped his forehead significantly. Chief Ellis nodded. "Well, boys!" Dr. Didmorn strode into the room. He swelled Importantly. "It's just as I suspected--murder!" Murder! At his pronouncement, so callously delivered, you could have heard a pin drop. No ono seemed even to breathe. Then a sigh, ft long-drawn-out sigh like a shuddering sob, pierced the silence, "Murder!" echoed Mr. Horace. "Murder! For Heaven's sake!" The soft southern drawl of Glad Wcscott reverberated around tho room. I saw Richard Witherspoon. send a. quick glance in her direction, a glance that was Intercepted, by the hard, watchful eyes of Toots Lcmolnc. Something passed bctwen the two of them. Something--and then it was gone. "I suspect poison," the coroner continued. "There arc no marks or wounds upon the body. I shall perform an autopsy." "Poison, eh?" Officer Karns nodded significantly. "Woman's weapon, poison," he said. "I don't understand," protested Mr. Horace, confusion and disbelief written upon his face. "Ixitty poisoned?" "I shall perform the autopsy and make my report," Dr. Dldmore informed him. "It is too early to surmise." "Father!" Daphne caught at his arm. "You must not let them! You must not!" "The laws asks no permission,"^ the coroner said coldly, "the matter Is oat of your father's hands." "I can't boar it! I can't Sear It!" She buried her face in Ivor hands. "It's too horrible!" (To Bo Continued) Auctions--Lcgols Lecal Notices. 91 AUDITORS RhPORT. l-'ijtttr Count. For School Vrar Hndlne July 4, 1938. Vandrrbtlt lloroofih School DltlrJct. A^csifd X'ntue of Real Estate, $133 265--Mills Levied 35. Number Avowed \*lth Per Capita. *07--IUte Per Capita Tax |500. Amount L«ivled 1937 Duplicate ]Vn.il:lei Added October 1st, 3fl37 _ Total As»cl* UAIJ1L.IT1ES Demand deposiu of individuals, partnership*. and corporn- tloni $202 140 D4 Time deposits of Individuals pnrtmrihlpi. and corporation! 2C5.D3374 Dcpostta of United States Cov- ernmint (Including poital sav- Incs) 12*7399 Deposits of States nnd political subdivisions 52.038 34 Other deposits (certified and caahltr's chccki, etc.) 2BOQ01 Total Deposit* $473.43212 Total Liabilities 5473 432 12 Capital account Common stock. 500 Chares, par $100 00 per share $ 50.000 00 - i Total Tix ta be Collected ' l'*37 Tax Returned Surplus _ 75.00000 Undivided profit* $ Total Capital Account Totnl Llobllltfcs and Capital Account MEMORANDA Pledged as5cU (and bccurltlcj loaned) (book value : United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed, pledged to "secure deposits and other liabilities $4850000 Total $ 46 500 00 Secured liabilities Dcpoiiu, secured by pledged assets pursuant to requirements of law 5 43.051 60 Total 5 40.051 63 State of Pennsylvania, County ot Faycttc. ss. I, Howard Adams cashier ot the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statcrocnt Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief HOWARD ADAMS. Cashier Sworn to nnd subscribed before mo this 6th day of January, 1939 EDMUND MARTIN, Notary" Public My commission expires February 2. 1041 Coircct--Attest GEORGE G. COCimAN, JOSEPH A KALMAN. O. P PORE. Directors GET GOOD MONEY for/ your extra household goods Put them on view through a Claimed Ad Phone 12 or IS for an ad-takcr. AN AD A DAY keeps the ShcrlH away. Let us explain our yearly low rate on consecutive advertising. Phone 12 or 23. ^ot Filed or Returned Nt-t Amount of 1037 Collections Balance on hard July 5lh, 1937 General Fund ? Property Tix. 1B37 !er Ciplta Tax. 1037 Delinquent T.IX PnAious to 1037 State Appropriations Deposit by D S Means (Nov. 23. 1938) Temporary Loins ,, _ _ All Other Sources ~ I'er Ciplta . S 2.483 M . 99.25 . _ 2 504 23 2.059 31 32494 Property » 5.36437 14333 3,512 W 2,51169 3,00091 Total 7.849.27 24758 809085 251169 2055.31 3,32585 Roosevelt Victory 22244 300001 »24 94 I.GCO.OG ,7057.25 91040 3,500 00 3280 Total Receipts to July 5th, 103Q $ 1P.S31 86 Supervisors andTcach- cri Salaries J Textbook:, Supplier ot Instruction Attending TcacUctV Institute Tuition Commencement Es- pcnst-s Other Expenses of Instruction W.iRca of Janitor FuU Lifiht nnd Po\\cr Janltor'b Suppllcii Other Expcn^Cb o£ Operation State Retirement 1 Boird Insurance Competition Secretary's Salary Ofilcc Expenses Tax Collector Auditors Appropriated by B S. ^^eana Expense of General Control Upkeep of Grounds Debt Service Rcpnh to Bulldlnc ^ep^lrs to LlchtlnK and Plumbing 574260 88287 10244 442.20 23 D5 9814 45000 17372 12822 4349 8G1 81 15 5500 3104 7300 200 201.72 1600 91036 3890 26729 2 562 50 45045 064 00 $13.928 00 Balance on Hand July 4th. 1938 General Fund 5 2,05386 SINKING FUND. Balance on Hand July 4th, 1037 $ 2420 Received from General Fund 610 00 Paid Out 1937 to redeem Bond 500 00 Paid Out 1037 Interest on Bonds 11000 Balance Jull 5lh 1938 $ 2420 Hazel E. Clclland. Gcorfio W. Brady, J r , J Wade Addii. Auditors. 7Jan-3t-sat, Auctions--Lcgals Legal Notices. 91 FXECUTRICE'S NOTICE. Estate of llonorato Kvovvskl. late of Evcrson. Faycttc County, Pennsylvania, deceased Letters testamentary on the above named estate havlnc been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons Indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and to 4 hosc having claims ngilnst the same to present them, properly authenticated for settlement. Catherine Maniok. 75 Grimes Avc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Marie Tarnapowlcz. 5405 Fair Oak St. Pittsburgh. Pa . Execu trices 3-dcc -Ct.-sat ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estato of Ella D Thomas, lato of ConncIIsvillc. Fayctte County, Pa, deceased Letters of Administration In tho above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands agninst said estate are requested to make known the same. Paul G Wagoner, Administrator. 1009 W. Crawford Avc, ConncIIsvillc, Pa. Illgbcc, Lcwcllyn Sc Hlgbce. Attorneys. 10-dec -ot-sat. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting it. Phone 12 or 13 Representative Thomas D'Alcsan- dro. Jr., of Maryland, receives tho . -congrntuliftions of Franklin Roosevelt, his six-year-old son, named for the President, as the solon starts work in 'Washington. Young Franklin filed his dad's papers at tho start of the election campaign and now bos the satisfaction of seeing; him in ofiko. (Central Press) Wife Preservers A FEW MINUTES spent in looking over the classified ads each day will save you many hours and dollars In getting just what you want. THE DISTANCE YOUR money goes depends on whether v ou are a regular reader of the Classifcd Section or not. IF YOU DONT see what you want among these ads. advertise yourself tomorrow. * MAKE BOTH ends meet--use a Classified ad and get a buyer IF IT CAN be sold at nil, it can be sold through one of these CUssifitd ·!«_ Turn your sponge cake upside down m the pan to cool The cake cllnz« to the sloes of the pan and Is kept etrocched m position unul it cools and becomes firm. This p«vtnt» thnnton g or KUlinr

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