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PAGE RIGHT THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELI,SVILLE, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY D, Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash; lOc charge. lySSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Par line. 7c cash; Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, Gc cash; 7c charge. These Rotes 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 Special--Your Ad. Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) .Lines! Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Business Service Business Service Offered · 18 EXCELLENT VALUES IN GOOD USED CARS I 1038 Ford Tudor Deluxe Sedan with very low mileage, used very little as a demonstrator. $233 Down: $3270 Monthly. 1937 Chevrolet Sedan. $160 Down; ?2388 Monthly. 1937 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan, $150 Down; $2282 Monthly. 1037 Ford V-8 2-door Sedan. $130 Down: $2165 Monthly. 1 1936 Dodfic Deluxe Coupe, equipped with Radio and Heater. $150 Down: $2282 Monthlv. 1935 Ford V-8 -door Sedan, $118 Down: $2050 Monthly. 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan, $118 Down; $5020 Monthly. 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan. $70 Down; $13.50 Monthly. 1932 Oldsmobllc "6" Sedan, S125. ' 1031 Ford Deluxe Roadster. $40. 1930 Ford Roadster, $35. 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan, $40. EXCELLENT TRUCK BUVS! 1935 Chevrolet '4-ton Pickup Truck. 1933 Ford V-8. Hi-ton Truck, equipped with special Produce Body, dual rear wheels, $100 Down: $2170 Monthly. Very, Very Easy Tcrmsl WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. FISHER'S UPHOLSTER* AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS Sc RECOVERINGS PHONE OM5 ,322 SO PITTSBURG ST YOU CANT SKATE ON DULL, SKATES --Expert -sharpening. We call for and deliver. Phone 874. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! SEE THEM TOD AY 1 O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOT OB COMPANV 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. A REAL BUY--1938 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan with trunk, equipped with Radio. Heater, Twin Defrosters, Fog Light*, etc. In excellent condition, driven only 12,000 miles. Priced to sell quickly. Demonstrate anytime. John Frtsbee. Phone 331. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS 321 so prrrsBURG ST. PHONE B. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 255 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375. T. D GARDNER, MGR. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -AH kinds James R Lauchlln--INSUR- ANCE Sec mo for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving. Truckles, Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 50. DULL'S rRANSFER CON'NELLSVIULE PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Millers Transfer 153 East Crawford Axcnue. Phone 183. Printing. Engraving, Binding Z7 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK) Hand Rlllji-- Blndlncl--Calling Cardil Bill Heads!--Letter IlcjdJl For. Rent Cords I-For Sale Cords! No Trespassing SlRn* For Sale! AU Work Fully Guaranteed] All At Reasonable Rate*! " " COURIER JOU DEPARTMENT. PHONE 61 _ DAH.Y COURIER BLDC OR PHONE RESIDENCE. II. Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTLNG--Elastic Hosiery and other sur£lcal appliances A. A. Clarke. PH C Drugfitst. 323 North PitUburs Street. Phone 1D4, Employment Uclp Wanted--Female USED CARSI SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY INC. 250 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 343 THERE IS a friendly spirit In Tho ' Courier Classified Department which makes it a pleasure to use this department. For results, try our service, j EARN UP- TO $18 WEEKLY COMMIS. S1ON--Taking orders for Pure bilk Hosiery. 3 pairs 51.23 Perfect FJ Hosiery. AE-221 N. Broad, Philadelphia Pa. Financial Need Money 40-B CASH--In n hurry? We'll lend you $300 or Icib on our signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Instruction Instruction Classes 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL. COLLEGE-Special night course in the following subjects will open Jan Oth: Shorthand,. Tj pine. Comptometer. Accounting, Fcdcr.il Tax and Social Security. Call 218 or come In the ofllcc. Conncllsvlllc. Livestock Horses, Cattle. Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--Seven \ccks old plRs. H A Workman. Bcltvuc Farm. Phone HI01- n-3. Merchandise Articles for Sale SI I OR SALE--1 No. 2 Frlck Saw Mill. Three Snv. Ednor-Cut-Off-Loc Turner, Rolls Snwt and Belts 3 No. 2 Hart Saw Mill--Steam Feed if desired 1 40 h p . Frlck Bolter \Mth 10x12 Frick Engine. 3-35 h p Steam Encine«. l-3b inch Gaucc J I a i t Fortl\on Gasoline Locomotive Will Trace Equipment for Lumber. Back Creek Lumber Company. Conncllsvlllc. Pa. , Building Materials 53 COMPLETE LINE--Of Shrrwtn-WUltama Paints, for interior and cxU-rior pur- po'e*. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm Equipment OLIVER HARROW--Spring tooth, two hjr«% will sell for only JS See phone, John I*rl»bte. Pjjcnc 3J1. Farm and Dairy Products 55 Uclp Wanted--MAID 33 OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near xa your phdne. Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be ttiet without any lurthcr trouble on your part. STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable man wanted to call on farmers tn N Favclte County. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day. Write Furst te Thomas. Chandler Bide. Baltimore, Md. GET GOOD MONEY lor lour extra household goods Put them on view through a Classified Ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taXcr. ABLE MAN -- To distribute jsampUs. handle Coffee Route. Up to $45 flrat week. Automobile Rl\ en as bonus. Write Mills, 7009 Monmouth.- Cmeinnnlt. Ohio FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEYI HERE S HOW--You can find » market, for your (arm product*, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live itocit and household goods by ninninc » Knali Inexpensive «d in our Classified Section There ou will And many people who want to become your customer or bu cr The rural circulation ot The Daily Courier covers * larce area and our ndvertliernent will be read by miny people who are Inoklnc (or Just the thine* you ha ic for sale. NOTE' All classified ads ore pay* able In advance You vlll find our rates In the above Headlnc. Fuel, . FcrllUxcn GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal. 1« bu , c delivered; 50 bu., Oc dclKcrcd 25 bu,, 12c delivered. Ca-,h. Photic 1031 £·«-.« ^ l.*nV»M.. GLNUIMB--Washington Run Coal. Lo price Wm Dull Son Phono 107 o call Dawson. 32C1 and 3C31 YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Clawlflcd ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting It Phone 12 or 13. GOOD PAYING--Steady ttor*. Only witling worker need apply for established grocery route No experience 01 capital required. Write Box fo, 830, care Courier. " * EACH OF these ads brings together two -TJIK DISTANCE YOUH money KOcs people--advertiser nnd reader--for their . depends od v.h,c.thcr you nro a refiular mutual benefit and satisfaction. reader o£ the Classified Section or not. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 12 16. 27 3/ 3.6 13 10 n 20 15 (I 25 V/. ACROSS ' 1--An Item 21--Land- 6--Flexible part measure of a whip 23--Pay back 10--Wood-wind 28--Pedal digit instrument 20--One of an 11--The culmin- nndcnt Tcu- atlon tonic race 12--Mother 31--Constellation li--Members of 35--Card gome tho dlplo- 36--Produce malic staff 40--Negative 16--Japanese reply silkworm 41--Upon disease 42--A parish 18--Female priest (Fr.) sheep 4--To buffet 19--Torture dc- 45--A £ap vice DOWN 1--Hesitate 8--A merganser 2--At hand 9--Biblical 3--Loose, name sleeveless 13--Slightly garment open 4--A Jot - 15--An Arabian 5--Allow Rcneral. fol- 6--One hundred lower of thousand Mohammed 7--Continued 17--A diamond pain (slang) 20-- Small violin 32-- City In 21 -- "Honest -- " Nevada 22-- Unit of 33-- Insects work 3* -- Case for 24-- To anchor smtt " 27-- Bundle of time sticks 43-- Diminutive 30 -- Monk's cowls suffix Atwwcr lo previous puzzle w|o|RlUD|i-lvkavlE.rf CopTtisil. 19J», Ktne TunTM SjnixKe. la 2-FT. COAL--CO Uushrl or more. fl'Sc PC bu-ihcl. delhercd Phone 1332-J. Household Goods FOR SALE--IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN USED FUIUC1TURL CALL AT DULLS STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE W LARGE SELECTION--OF NEW AND USED COAL AND GAS HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020 Machinery and Tools USED FARM MACHINERY J-F-J2 Farmall; 1-12-20 McCormick-Dcer infi; 11 Ford^on Tractors; I-13-ln. Cater plllnr; 1-John Dccrc Thresher, A-l con dition; 1 McCormick-DcerlnR Ptmc Unit, 50 H P: 1 Hercules power Unt 1*0 H P; J Contlnintal P. U. 40 II. P 1-40 H. P. Oil Pull Power Unit: 1-5 H. P -bhaw with rubber tires and attach mcnt-. 1 Model M AIUs Coalmen,. THK FARM EQUIPMENT CO, SOMERSET. PA. PHONE 55 Wanted--To Buy SAVE YOUH BIG WHITE RAGS! THEN BRING THEA3 TO THE COURIER OFFICE WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING Di AT Sc PER POUND. WHEN YOU HAVE something v.hlc you would like to sell just call, 12 or 1 for a Classified ad-taker Your ad on In page will surely catch the ecs of inte cstcd buyers. A FEW MINUTES tpcnt in lookin over the classified nds each day will SAV you many hours nnd dollars tn ccttin Just what you want. YOU'LL COME across practically ever; thing you need If jou 3ook over · t3 Classified Section every day. - ALL THE BEST opportunities In Con nellsvllle and vicinity are to be found one place--The Classified Section. STEP FORWARD and say "Here ·whenever a classified opportunity ficc; to be calling specially for jou. ITS HARD to find fault with th Classified Section . . . because ou ca find practically everything cUc you nee PHONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-taker. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 OR RENT--Tuo furnished bedrooms*. Phono 1421-W. OR RENT--Furnibhcd bedroom. 234 E. Apple Street Phone 1093-R. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 OR RENT--Three furnished room*. private bath, electric refrigeration 204 Davidson Avenue. Phone 017. OR RENT--Three furnished or unfurnished room:,, conveniences. Good lo cation. Phone 1410-W. OR RENT--TV.O furnihhed rooms for t housekeeping. Inquire F. PistlHli next Y . M C A . OR RENT--Three or four unfurnli,hed rooms, along highway and near car line. K ConntlUvillc. Phone 6D4-W OH RENT--Furnished UKht housckccp- ; rooms at Poplar Grove. Phone yyjl Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats OR RENT--An apartment. Inquire Smutz Hardware Store. 717 Crawford Avenue. WeM Side OU RKNT--KUc room .ipartrrcnt In quler 132 South Eighth St. I'horc 1711-R Business Places for Kent 75 'ELMER ARCADE--Entire second floo: and room 13s70. Rtrcct level. Available ·I once PCTTR R, UTOMER WE1MER ARCADE. Hooscs for Rent OR RKNT--Seven room hou*c, furnace unit bath Jtardwood P.nori, Inquire, Robert Norrl*. Phone. 5W OK RENT--Six room liou^ bath, riectrtc. 411 JefT« r-on Su Inqulr W. J. Lone Phone 1432-J Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate ;ECOME THK PROUD OWNER--Of ou oiA-n home Let me tell jou how . , stop tn today or phone, 3"CO Al» btillUlnc IOLS In all fectlon^ Wm P McNutt. K.TKles Uulldtnc South Arcl Street, PROPERTIKS, FOR SALK OR RENTI T. C. P1IALIN O COXNELLSVILLE PA. PHONE B75 Farms and Land for Sale "OR SALK--ltt Acre fann. M mile south oa«t o( Unlonlft\sn. on improve road bortlcrinR Youfihiosheiy R \*ith 45 acre* of timber. Attractlv location lor nummcr home, hun fi-hlnc or acrtcuiuire. CAn be pur rtit5rd on ta«y terms. Inquire Paul 1 Ltkton. "G7 Brfnlwootl A\e, You to\\*n. Ohio. Phone 41M1 Hooscs for Sale ·ATTEn.SO.S- AVENUE EAST. lOS-Si room hou*.e and bath, paved itrce electric, r.as and water. Iminedlii* po«^-c*iilon. Priced rcanonable lor qulc tale Inquire. PAUL G. WAGONER. ooo w. cRAwronn AVE. PHONE H FOR SALE--iricbee (arm. B acre'. Lo er T}rone To*n*h!p Hou*e of nl rooms, bath nnd furnace, bank I'm other outbuilding* Plenty ot uat... ^mall orchard. Inquire. Robert Norrti. Phone. 505. FOR SALE--Frame building. Plione 135, Auctions-Lcgals Notices NOT1CK. IN RE. PETITION OF PATRICK F. Hvnc. Recorder of Deed-; In the Court o( Common Plea;* of Fay- ettc County. Pennslvajj].i. No. 9 June Term. 1038 The Committee appointed by the Court on June «. I9S8, I* response to the prajer of the petitioner. Patrick F. Hyncs, Recorder o* Deeds, composed of Charles L. LcueDyn, Chairman. J Kirk Renncr. D. W. McDonald. J r . Herman M. Buck .ind C W. Martin having filed itfc report in the Prothonotary's Office, and having unanimously recommended: 1 That the Butsoll L-M-N'-R-T p;an ba installed and utcd in the Recorder of Deeds Ofllce bcmnnlnc January 1, 1939. for the grnntorb. grantees and mortgagors lndlce^, 2. That Mltli the exception of- the qualification created b recommendation "1." the hyitcm of Indices now in use be retained. 3. That a contract be let to a responsible concern for the rehabilitation, restoration and repair of the books, indices and other records belonging tJ the Ofllcc ot the Recorder of Deed 1 ;, and thit the Recorder of Deeds, nnd such othcp person or persons at. the Court directs, be authorized to decide what record-) shall be reconditioned and tno restorative treatment that each book U to receive. Wherefore, now, January 6, 1939, the Court, bclntf Impressed with the fircat Importance to all of the people of the county of preserving the records of said office In proper shape, as well ns of the Impotrance of having the work of repairing or renovating the same properly done at a minimum cost, directs that an opportunity be given to all persons concerned. Including attorney 1 ;, taxpayers, nnd all who art or may .be interested in the prcscrvalion of said record 1 ?, to be heard, In order Hint the Court may have the bencPt of their views, and fixes Wednesday, January 11, 1039. at 1-30 o'clock P. M , in Court Room No. I ns the time and place ot hearing re said rc^ port nnd recommendations of said committee. John J. Brady, Prothonotary. 9jan-it. KKAD THIS FIRST: KlitQ jRlltfr, a beauty shop operator, taking the place of a friend for week In tho private salon of Mm Horace Witlierfjpoon, Sr, flnda herself Involved in n mystery when the eccentric old ludy IH found dead under one of the Imlr driers after Klale liad left the room for H few moments She Is fur- thr-r hum II in ted %hen ahe teams that one of the servants In the Manor s household jfutpocts her of tnklnn Mrs. Wlthcmpoon's cmeralda. which arc . Ccrta-ln members of the With- cr.iiKxm fnmlly nntl eomo of the house KUc«ti RtrJkc Klafc ns qiifcr. nnd stio in KurprHtvl uhcn tho old lady's son, Horace Wlthi*rspoon, ndvlseT her to nay notltinj? of the mJaiinj; Jewels for fear of publicity md tho police. Tho coroner arrlvei for hia Investigation, I'lill Itcnflon. Kl3lo'a friend antl a reporter, com^s for an obituary for tilt paper and Flulo nhows him around Ui« mansion. Mr« Wltherspoon's funtra. Iff fccM tho next *)Jiy. Klslc I* ot ncj w i t s end when Mr* Hornco Wither npoon. Jr., die-* middonly whilo undci the r uno ill-fntcd drier In the Baloc tho nfxt mornlnff The pollr« arrive nnt launch an ln\ t. it Ration. The coroner pfonounc»n tho second dcnth A co-te of reorder and eaya ho suspects poison, 'NOW GO ON WITH THE STORYJ CHAPTER EIGHTEEN "YOUNG WOMAN," Dr. Did- more spoke sternly to Daphne, "someone hiia deliberately and pre- medltatedly murdered your mother. Surely U an autopsy will aid in aolvinK the mystery of hrr death, you will not object?" "Oh, leave her alone, can't you?" snapped Richard. "Do your dirty work, but leave my sister alone!" Dr. Dldmorc Ignored this outburst. ".May 1 remove the body?" he inquired of Chief EUia. "Go ahead. Tom and Charlie fltill upstairs?" "They arc." "Tell them to stick around until I come up." "Very well." Tho medical examiner bov.cd to the room at large. "Good afternoon," he said politely, and J suppressed an hysterical desire to laugh. He might have been taking his leave from a tea plrty, so prim ant.' precise ho was. Chief lillta cleared hia throat: "I'm Koing to question each of you. It will be well It you tell the truth. If any of you know anything that bca.ro upon this crime, speak up when your turn comes. I'll begin w.ilh Mtes RJtter." lie moved to my side. "What time was it," he asketl, "when Mrs. Wllhcrspoon come into the salon?" Shs came Into the salon," I replied shakily, "at nine o'clock." "And at what time did you discover that uhc was dead?" "It was between eleven o'clock and clcven-flftecn." "Arc you sure of that?" "Yes. I looked at my watch when I tied her Into the drier. It was ex' actly eleven o'clock." "And In fifteen minutes she was dead?" **Yc-es. Her hair was still damp "I'm onJy trying to get at the truth." when I lifted the hood." | "I see. Any questions, Karns?" . "No, chief."- I "Was Mrs. Witherspoon In poor health?" He had not finished with me. I shook my head. "She appeared perfectly well." "Did you leave the room while the deceased was there?" "I never left the room at all," I replied with a clear conscience. "Any visitors come in?" "No--yes! Miss Witherspoon came in for a moment-" "And what time was that?" I frowned, trying to recall. "It must have been about nine-thirty or thereabouts. I had Just started to wind Mrs. \\ Itherspoon's hair." "Right?" Ho shot the question at Daphne. "Yes," she said slowly. "I wanted--' 1 "Never mind explaining now. I'll get to you later." He returned to me, I was feeling calmer now, though none too cheerful. I could not forget Uie emeralds, the missing green stones. Sooner or later, their disappearance would come to light. And when It did--well--fireworks for little Elsie! "Well 7" said tile "chic/, "and I came out of my trance to find him bending over me. ·"Well, what?" 1 said, and my tongue was dry against the roof of rny mouth. But I never found out what, he had been going to ask me, for tho door opened and a tail, gaunt figure In a striped cotton blanket tottered in. It was Eliza, a ghastly, palsied Eliza with the light of fever burning in her sunken eyes. "She did it!" she said loudly. Aak her! Ask her where she hid the jewels! Ash her!" I sat motionless. I could not take my cjes from her. I tried to shout a denial. I tried to escape those burning, accusing eyes. I could only sit rooted to the spot while the pulse In my throat throbbed like a trip hammer and the blood of my body coursed to my brain, leaving me limp and helpless. -Come, Misa Ritterl"- Chief EWa mopped his perspiring brow. I sighed tlredly. For over an hour ho had been plying me with questions. "I tell you I don't know," I repeated for surely the hundredth time. "I don't know." "Como now. Miss Rittcr." He yawned widely. "There's no use being stubborn--" "Stubborn !*· Anger lifted my weary spirit. "You call It stubborn to refuse to confess to a crime I never committed?" "Easy," The shadow of a grin Jghtcd his weary face. "Maybe you, thiriJc I'm rough, but I'm only trying co get at the truth." "Well, why don't you, then?** I demanded, Irritably. "Why don't you find the real criminal? I didn't polsoti Mrs. Horace and I didn't steal the Jewels! I never set foot in this house until last Friday, and I never want to set foot in It again!" His grin widened. I did not like his grin. His eyes wcro hard and suspicious. He said mildly: "I'm not trying to trap you. Miss Rittcr, but you must admit that the jewels arc missing and that you had the best chance to steal them. And you, must admit that the deceased met her end in your presence and yours alone." / "Sho could have been poisoned before ahe ever entered the salon*" I rcrm*nded him hotly. That remains to be seen. If you. haven't been arrested yet, you can thank the medical examiner. I'm waiting for his report." "Oh!" 1 :itared at him. Until that moment I had not really believed that I was in any danger. Innocent * persons, and X was innocent, wcro not put into jail! But they were! My heart froze. I again was seeing? a bold, black headline that had attracted my attention one day as I passed an uptown newsstand: KHJ^ER CONFESSES CRIME FOR WHICH INNOCENT MAN HANGED IN CONNECTICUT "Say, chief!" Officer Kams, who had been stationed guard over the rest of the household in the drawing room while his superior questioned me, popped his head Into the room. "Phil Benson Is out here. Wonts a story for the paper." "O. K. Send him in," Phil Benson! My fears faded. I wonted to laugh and shout and sing. Phil was here! Everything was going to be all right. Phil would save me! I rushed to the door and threw myself headlong into his arms as be crossed the threshold. "Elsie!" he exclaimed. "What's wrong?" "Ob, Phil!" I cried, and laid my head on hJs shoulder and burst Into aobj of sheer relief. "Do you know this girl, Benson?" This chief was curious. "Of course. Elsie Is a good friend of mine." "He's going to arrcttt me! Ho says I murdered Mrs. Horace and stole the emeralds and--and everything!" "Well"--Chief Ellis looked to the floor--"I haven't arrested her yet"-- (To Bo Continued) Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. . UASK. STATEMENT. Chnrtcr No. 4673 Reserve District No. 4. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE Firsi N.itlonal Bank of Dawson, In the State of Pennsylvania, at the close of U?ine^s on December 31, 1938. (Published ii response to call made by" Comptroller of the Currency, under Sec- .lon 5211, U. S. RovlSTd Statutes.) IF YOU DON'T sec \vhat you want amonc these ads, advertise jourselt tomorrow. SPEND HALF as much for twice as much by chopping through the cfcifej.ified nds MAKE BOTH ends meet---use a Classified ad and get a bucr. IF IT CAN be sold tt all. it car. be sold through one of thc-c Classified, ads. (e) Total ,, ,,... $31.15000 Secured liabilities: a) Deposits secured by pledged a.iscts pursuant to rc- quUcmcnti of law ,, $ ASSETS. [-oars nnd dfccountt ,, 5144,107.57 United States Government obligations, direct and fully eunr.mtccd 100,40307 OblU'aUons of Stales and political subdivisions 1000000 Other bonds, notes and debentures. 311,90243 Corporate stock--, including stock o£ Federal Reserve bank ash, bahmcLS with other banks Including reserve balance, nrcl cash items in process o£ collection 8.375.00 «. 72.33443 (d) Total $ C.02903 Jtnte ol Pennsylvania. County ot Faycite, ES: I. S. J. I. Mornlncstar. cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly sweat hut the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S J I. MORNINGSTAR. Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before ma this 7th day of January. 1939. S. E PORTER, Notary Public. My commission expires May 10. 1041. Correct--Attest. GEORGE G. COCItRAN, A. C. SHERRARD. JOHN M. CORE, / Directors. Ban!: premises owned . $ 5,66068 Furniture and fixtures 1,97141 Liens not assumed by bank 7,03809 Real estate o\\ned other than bank premises 2.862 16 Other assets . ... , - 19.83 Total Assets . $657.73263 LIABILITIES. Demand deposits of individuals, pailncrshlps. and corporations $218,199 89 Time deposits of Individuals. partnerships. and corporations 153.224 80 Deposits j£ Unffcd States Government (including postal savinflS) 10382 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 15,69298 Other deposits (certified and rashier s checks, etc) 4,43492 Total Deposits $391,65641 Total Liabilities $39I,G5D« CAPITAL ACCOUNT Capital stock: (c) Common, 500 total par . . $5000000 50.00000 Surplus 150.000 00 Undivided profits 60.076.22 Total Capital Account $206,076.22 Total Liabilities and Capital Account MEMORANDA Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value): (a) United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure du- $657.73.: 63 Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 posits and other liabilities $31,15000 NOTICL*. ESTATE OF ED. BEARD. LATE OF ConncUsvUle Township, Fayctte County, Pennsylvania. Deceased. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persona Indebted to the said decedent to make immedinte payment to the undersigned ulthout delay, and all prcsons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. James W. Swan, Connollsvllle, Pa., Administrator. Fred E Younkln, Attorney. 12dec-Ct-mo. CITY DUCKPIN LEAGUEOPENS SECOND HALF The second half of tho City Industrial Bowling got under way at the West Pcnn alleys with the Carriers winners of the first half, sweepmj its three games with the Meter Readers while the Service Men did likewise to the Cleiks. In the other match the Printers captuied the ode game from the Pressmen. The summaiies:' CARRIERS Baker 105 110 98 311 Hunt 117 105 123 345 Dunbton 102 144 135 381 Phillips 118 146 165 423 . -134 123 04 351 113 124 139 396 _ 88 88 Totals _ . . 587 647 678 1912 METER READERS 68 54 93 215 -133 101 124 358 76 130 110 316 90 90 90 270 ._ 90 90 90 270 Totals ... -.457 405 507 1429 ?isher Towzy _ ioover ,, Berwick . Silbaugh Addis SERVICE MEN _ 165 102 156 423 ...118 121 137 376 154 149 205 508 129 103 158 390 140 125 121 380 152 122 113 387 Totals . - . 740 620 777 2137 CLERKS D. Crilchfleld -..124 155 110 389 W. Wandel 104 104 Nicholson Dummy ,, Dummy .. Totals _ . 118 ... 9 .. 9 94 90 90 95 303 78 290 90 270 00 270 526 533 463 1522 C. Driscoll .-- Sanduiky Fuehrer _. Smith . . J. Driscoll Galasso .. _ PRINTERS --163 123 87 373 --114 107 172 393 167 123 135 425 126 101 97 324 ._ 116 107 121 344 124 122 130 376 Totals 096 582 655 1933 PRESSMEN Urchasko 104 132 72 308 Haggerty 85 150 117 352 Harrcr 156 105 143 405 Snyder 171 147 157 475 P. Driscoll 100 86 101 287 W. Driscoll 110 90 ... 200 Totals _1 641 625 590 1856 Steel Worker Killed. Ray Lape, injured while at work at the Allcnport mill of Pittsburgh Steel Company, died Friday morning in Char]$roi-Moncssen Hospital. Mr. Lape, who resided at Charlcroi, was a native of Fayctte City. He leaves his wife, three children, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lape of Charie- roi, four brothers and one sister. The funeral service was held this afternoon.

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