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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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FAUE FOURTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY' 13, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements -CLASSIFIED AD RATES- For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per ,line. 9c cash; lOc charge. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line. 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rotes Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five 15) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. - Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taler 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! Announcements Card of Thanks LONG--To our many friends and neighbors, we wish to acknowledge with deep gratitude the klndnc-a and sympathy extended us during the recent Illness and death ol Jessie Long. Especially do we uish to thank the ministers, the slngcra. those who sent flowers and those who so kindly furnished can. Ora Lone and family. Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 WILLIAMS--To our many friends and neighbors we wish to acknowledge with deep gratitude the kindness and sympathy extended us In our recent bereavement, the death of our husband and father, Norman L. Williams. Especially do we wish to thank Rev. O. G. Cook and Rev. Jesse .Ixmgslngcr. the singers, those who sent flowers, those who furnished cars, members of the Masonic Lodge for their service and all who assisted In any way. Mrs. Norman Williams, daughters and son. Personals MEN OLD AT 401--Get pep. Now Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigorators and other stimu* lants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price 88c. Call, write Union Drue Co. EXCELLENT BUYS IN BETTER USED CARS! 1937 Dodge 4-door Trunk Sedan equipped with Radio, Heater. Defroster. Carefully cared for, has low mileage. sweet motor and next to new rubber. 835 Hudson 4-door Sedan with 23000 carefully driven miles,. S10S Down and only $1377 monthly. 034 Dodge 4-door Sedan with many unused miles, selling at $195. :930 Oldsmobile Sedan with good tires and plenty of serviceable miles still to go. 1937 G. M C. Pick-up Truck with 116 inch whcelbasc. equipped with 7.00 Heavy Duty Tires. Terms Arranged To Plcasel YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. BU1CK SALES A: SERVICE. 312 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. "We Never Close." Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 ", EXCELLENT VALUES - . IN GOOD USED CARSI 1038 Ford Tudor Deluxe Scdan^wlth, very low rmleagc. used very Httle_ as a demonstrator. $235 Down:'. $32.70 Monthly. · -1537 Chevrolet Sedan, $160 Down; $23.86 Monthly. 1837 ford V-8 Tudor Sedan, $150 Down; "$22.82 Monthly "- " 1S37 Ford V-8 2-door Sedan, $130 Down; $21.65 Monthly. 1936 Dodge Deluxe Coupe, equipped with Radio and Heater, $150 Down; $22 82 Monthly. 1935 Ford V-8 4-door Sedan. $118 Down; $2050 Monthly. 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan, $118 Down: $2020 Monthly. 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan, $70 Down; 513.50 Monthly. 1932 Oldsmobile "6" Sedan. 5113. 1931 Ford Deluxe Roadster, $40. 1330 Ford Roadster. $35. 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan, $40. EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS! 1935 Chevrolet %-ton Pickup Truck. 1D33 Ford V-8, 1^-ton Truck, equipped with special Produce Body, dual rear wheels. $100 Down; $21.70 Monthly. Very, Very Easy Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. ·K. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407, Open Evenings! Open Sundays! SEE THEM TODAY I O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127,WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till D o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES i250 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 USED CARSI SEE OUR SELECTIONI E E VAN SCOY. INC., ISO E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 Employment IMp Wanted--Female 32 EARN UP TO $18 WEEKLY COMMISSION--Taking orders for Pure Silk Hosiers'. 3 pairs $1.25. Perfect Fit Hosiery. AE-221 N. Broad. Philadelphia. Pa. Help Wanted--Male GOOD PAYING--Steady work. Only willing worker need apply for established grocery route. No experience or capital required. Write Box No. 830, care Courier. Business Service Business Service Ottered 18 FISHER'S "UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS i RECOVER1NGS PHONE. 9C45 321 SO PITTSBURG ST. SKATES SHARPENED BY MACHINE-Hollow ground, 25c pair. Saw filing and - all edged tools sharpened. R. D. Ten- ncnt. 208 W. Washington Avenue. Insurance and Surety Bonds - 23 SOMERSF.T POTATOES--SI 35 per bag. 413 E. Washington Avt. Phone BCS-R. INSURANCE ALL- KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375. T. D GARDNER. MGR. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R. Laughlln--INSUR- ANCE Sco me for rates. 3-00 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving. Trucking. Storage -25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE · PA. "FOR BEST SERVICEI" Modern Storage For Household Goodf. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phono 183. Printing, Engraving, Bin dine 27 LET US GIVE YOU AH E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Rand Billsl--Binding!--Calllnc Cards I Bill Heads!--Letter Heads I For Rent Cards!-- For Saio Cards! No Trespassing Sign* For Salel All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates I COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 63. DAILY COURIER BLDQ OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A A. Clarke. PH. C Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg Strc c t Phono 1M. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 13 n 21 3S Ml 10 30 36 I "7 31 40 32 37 V, \6 27 33 ACROSS I--Feigning 10--Unit of weight in India 11--Australian birds 14--Pig pen 15--New Providence (abbr.) 16--Symbol for selenium 17--Sail upward 19--Conceive 21--Little bottles 13--Chinese measure 24--Member of Congress (abbr.) 26--Sun god 29--For instance 31--Elementary 34--Travellng- cose 37--Lowest te-. male singing voice 38--Four (Roman Numerals) 39--Telegraph office (abbr.) 40--Girl's name 41--Turn aside 43--Staff 45--Umbrage 20--^An aircraft 22--Behold! 25--Note of the scale 27--High In pitch 28--Greedy 30--Localities 31--Southeast Cabbr.) 32--French title for married woman 33--Goddess of dawn 35--Affirm 36--Inflamed spot 40--Decree 42--Symbol for tellertum 44--Printer's measure Answer to previous puzzle 12-- Appear DOwTS 2 -- Pronoun 9 -- Brief blast 8-- Pertaining °f wind to mosaic .-Radical 5-- Deposit un | t ot e \ec- 8 -- Serve trical resist- 7 -- Force ancc 8 -- Symbol for 19 -- Part of neon "to be" 19J?, Kin,? Futures Sradiote.' toe Financial Need Money 4«-B EED CASH--In n hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock DORS, Cats, Other Pets 47 VILL TRADE--Good nlKht dog for o u n c Fox Hound or 1 on ;-legged Bca Hound. BUI Moore. It. D, I, ConnclU- vlHe. Pa, Limestone Hill. Merchandise Buildlnrs, Buildlne Materials 53 F YOU ARE-- Patching that small break In the kitchen w a l l , or pl«Urlng t-vcry wall In the house. v,c can furnUh your needs. Stone Work. Phone I"00. Real Estate for Rent Business Places for Rent 75 WE1MER ARCADE--Entire second floor and room 13x70. street level. Available at once. PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Seven room house, furnace and bath. Hardwood floors. Inquire. Robert Norrls. Phone, 505 FOR RENT--Bungalow Miltablc for mnll family. Located on South Pittsburg Street. Phone 1728. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate R BECOME THE PROUD OWNER--Of your oun home Let mo*tc)l you how . . . utop tn today or phone, 1700 Also building lot* in alt ructions. Wm. R. McNulty. Eagles Building. South Arch Street PROPERTIES, FOR SALE OR RCNTI T. C. PI1ALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE PA. PHONE 073. Farms and Land for Sale S3 Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR SALE--185 Acre farm. 20 miles south east of Union town, on Improved road, bordering Youchiogheny IUv»*r. w i t h 5 acres of timber. Attractive location (or summer home, hunting. llvhlntf or agriculture. Can be purchased on eniy term*. Inquire Paul R. Listtm, 767 BrrntiAood Ave, Youncs- town. Ohio. Phone 41061. KARMERS LET US KELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY I HERE'S HOW--You can find a market, for your (arm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad In, our Classified Section Thero you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation of The Dally Courier coven a larco area find your advertisement v.ill b« read by many people who aro looking for Just the things you havo for sale, NOTE: All classified ads are payable In advance. You will find our rates In the above Claulfled Heading. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 JOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal. IfX) b u , 8c delivered; 50 bu. DC dcli.*rred; 25 b u , 12c delivered. Caih. Phone 2037. Frank KobaHa. JENU1NE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull At Son. Phone 107 or call Dawson. 3261 and 3631. fl-FT. COAL--30 bushel or more. Q'£c per bushel, delivered. Phone 1332-J. Household Goods FOR SALE--Just received consignment of good used v-ashins machines including There, Galn-a-days and Maytags. Also a lot of, used coal ran Res from $10 and up. SPECIAL--One pair of barber electric clippers. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. AFTER INVENTORY SALE I ALL FURNITURE U OFF111 WE TAKE TRADE-INS 1 MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. Machinery and Tools 61 USED FARM MACHINERY l-F-12 Farmall; 1-12-20 McCormlck-Decr- Inp; 11 Fordson Tractors; 1-15-ln. Caterpillar; 1-John Deere Thresher, A-l condition; 1 McCormlck-Dccrlng Pov. cr Unit, 50 H. P.; 1 Hercules Power Unit. 60 H. P.; 1 Continental P. U. 40 H. P; 1-40 II. P. Oil Pull Power Unit; 1-5 H. P. Shaw with rubber tires and attachments; 1 Model M Allis Chalmers. THE FARM EQUIPMENT CO. SOMERSET, PA. PHONE 551 Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RACSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH TOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN ... AT So PER POUND Rooms and Board Rooms for HoascKccpInc 6! FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, all conveniences, private bath. 1208 Chestnu St. Phone 163. FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms private bath, electric refrigeration. 204 Davidson Avenue. Phone 917. FOR RENT--Three furnished or unfur nishcd rooms, conveniences. Good lo cation. Phone 1410-W. FOR RENT--Tv-o furnished light house keeping rooms. Phone 533-J. FOR RENT--Furnished light housckeep Ins rooms at Poplar Grove. Phone OG71 WHEN YOU HAVE somethinR whlcl you would like to sell Just call, 12 or 1 for a Classified ad-tak^r Your od on thi page will surely catch the eyes of inter csted bucrs AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff av,a Let us explain our yearly low rate on consecutive advertisinc. Phone 12 or 13. OR .SALE--The late Aaron F. Stoner farm, 3fl acrrs. East Huntingdon Township. 2 mile* v,c*t of Sco It dale. ilouze, barn and outbuilding*, good water. Inquire John V. Stoner, "00 Mulberry St., Scottdale. P.i. Houses for Sale OR SAIi£-- }Ugbec farm, 48 acres. Lower Tyrone Township. Home of nine room*, bath and furnace, bank barn, other outuu,ilings. Plenty of uater, icmall orchard. Inquire, Robert Norrls. Phone. 505. {OUSTON AVENUE. 21C -- Six room frame home with bath, in the very best of condition Immediate po*xes3ion. Priced to sell at J1.SOO. Inquire, Paul Wagoner. 1003 West Crawford A\cnue. Phone 118. NEWS BEHINH r By-PAULMALLON.,. Continued from Pace Four, mittce, therefore, remains in doubt. READ THIS PinST: Elslo Rlttcr, a beauty shop operator.' taking tho place of n friend for a week In lha private salon of Mrs. Horace Wlther.ipoon. Sr, flnda hcroclf involved In a murder n ystcry when first tho eccentric old IA ly and later her mld- dlo-agcd daunt tcr-ln-law ara found dead under tho samo hair drier. Elslo ·was attending ci ch at tho time though out of the salon for a few momenta be- loro discovering HQ old lady's death. A string of cmenxlda, belongln,c to Mrs. Wltlicrspoon, Sr.. aro stranguly miss. Inc Certain members of tho Wlthcr- ·poon family, and some of the house KUCSUI. strike Elslo as queer. Phil Benson, newspaper reporter and close friend of Klalc, arrives as tho police launch their Investigation. Ha urnnc- atcty phones for Mac Mclntyre. head of tho Chicago homicide snuad, who happens to DO In town. Meanwhile Richard and Daphne Wlthcrspoon, children of the second victim, conduct themselves oddly during questioning. Tho chief of police continues his interrogation of all those at tho Manor wacn tho two deaths occurred. Elsie, Benson and Mclntyro discuss the possible suspects. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY) Some iincasineh'; is noticeable in -ongrcsi about Thurman Arnold's budget p'an lo double his anti-trust enforcement force. The Assistant Attorney General vanted a million dollars more for his bureau next year. The President granted him an increase of 5750,000 n the budget. Arnold lias informed :hc House Appropriations 6ub-com- nittce this boost will permit him to lire 127 mote attorneys in«thc field !he will open branch offices in most cities) and 14 more in his Washlng- on headquarters. He now has 104 awycrs and economists, so the increase means more than doubling his force, his investigations and his prosecutions. It means Mr. Arnold can work his consent-degree method of forcing alterations in business arnctices far more forcefully and effectively than he has yet tried in his cases against the movie people, oil, motor finance, the doctors, etc. It means the New Deal will not iced any more legislation to change business practices of which :t rum- plains. With HI more lawyers, Mr. Arnold can do practically everything FDR has mentioned and a lot he hasn't. Arnold can wring out voluntary concessions by threat of prosecution from whatever business he chooses to attack, and these concessions will have the effect of law when they are filed, as required, in the Federal courts. He has already made the anti-monopoly investigation obsolete, or soon will if Congress will let him have the money. Masontown to Get Meiers. Discussion of installation of parking meters at Masontown marked a meeting of borough council. Chief of Police Jess Barnhart was reelected. CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO "NOW ABOUT this Daphne girl," Phil was saying, "she looks guilty ns hell to me." "How can you say such a thing!" 1 objected Indignantly. Ho had touched upon a sore spot. Daphne did look guilty; there was no denying It. "She may bo shielding someone." I added contradictlvely. "Little brother, ehl" "Oh, you're horrid! They're both sweet kids! Why can't you let well enough alone?" He eyed me quizzically. "In case you have forgotten," no reminded mo quietly, "wo are speaking of murder. Someone In this house has killed! Once--perhaps twice!" "Oh!" The full norror of the situation hit me smack between the eyes. "Maybe," I squcMtcd, "maybe he isn't through yet!" "Murder can become a habit.' He was not at all reassuring. "Act murderers, contrary to existing beliefs, do not look like murderers Any one of the persons In this house may havo committed the crime! Any one of them!" I trembled: "I'll take Toots," I said, trying to smile and making a poor Job of IL "She'd poison the whole shebang without twitching a muscle!" Phil disagreed. "It wasn't Toots It wasn't any of tho guests. It was someone in the family. Someone who hated old Mrs. Wlthcrspoon so badly that he killed her." "You'd--you'd have to htc some one terribly to--to murder them! My ucth chattered as on a. cold , cold night, and 1 was cold--coli with fear. , "Sure you would! And that's th key to the whole thing! When w and out who hated the old girl, am why, we'll have the answer." "It might have been one of th servants," I suggested. "Eliza, o Mrs. Grccly--" "It might have been." "You don't really know that Mrs Wlthcrspoon was murdered," 1 re minded him. "You have no proof. "I know." Ho cupped his chin in his hands. -And U I suggest th idea to Hank he'll give the who] show away, or laugh himself siclt at my 'reporter's imagination.' think we'd best say nothing. We' lot the murderer think he's gottc away with his first Job; Later w con havo the body exhumed--' "Phil!" His matter-of-factncs horrified me. ·Think of It, Elsie!" he ex claimed. "A murder in Lawnvlllc Why, if I can solve this crime I car get a real Job on a real sheet hi real city!" "Can you?" I asked flatly. "Huh?" He looked at me In a tonlshmcnU "Don't you think the would be swell?" "Swell." I avoided his look. S he was Just like all men, thjnkm only of getting awayl For 8£\cral seconds I forgot all about crimes and murders. 'Aw, baby:" Ht. came over to me and put Ills arms about my waist. Wouldn't you like it--In Chicago, or Instance?" "Darling!" I cried, and for scv- ral seconds I forgot all about rimes and murders and stolen em- raids. "Listen!" He untangled himself and walked to the opposite end of tho room. "I'm going downstairs and get tho lowdown. Walt for me " ,crc, will you?" I-noddcd. I would not havo moved from my room for anything, not with a killer floating around. *'O. K, I'm, off," He" stepped out nto the hall and as quickly stepped nside again. "What--what Is It?" "Sh! Daphne and the Todington cllow!" "Oh!" I peered around his shoul dcr. Daphne and Jeffrey stood In ho corridor. They were speaking n low tones. And as we watched he girl opened a door upon our eft and without glancing before or chlnd, silently drew Jcflrey Into the room and closed the door. . . · "Well?" I bounced from the bee and ran half-wav across the room "Well, what?" sold Phil, and he sounded so gloomy my heart sank 'Dldmorc--the report?" 'Report!" He laughed tnlrthlcfts- y. "Elsie, my lassie, prepare yourself for a shock! "A shock? You mean someone else has been--?" I choked on the word. Phil shook his head. "That's the shock! According to Dldmorc there's been no murder!" "No murder!" My scnues reeled "That's It! He couldn't flnd a trace of poison in the body, not a trace!" "Then it was heart failure? "Evidently. The doctor admits ho Is puzzled; says the only thing he can figure out is that Mrs. Hor ace was suffocated. And even tha Is doubtful." "Doubtful ? Impossible. Tho drle is punched with air holes." "I'd give my hat to get Into tha salon! There must be something, can't believe that cither death was natural." "Phil!" I had on Idea. "Phil, If Dldmorc pronounces the death nal ural, then the murder case is close and Chief Ellis will have to call o. his men--" "Say!" He regarded me witt frank admiration. "You have rain'In your head, haven't you?" Well"--I lowered my lashes in ccomlng modesty--"I'm not ex- ' ctly dumb." I outlined my plan. "The family and guests will probably retire arly after the day's excitement. That means that about midnight the coast should be clear." "Yes?" Phil was entering Into the spirit of the thing. ·Til pretend to go to bed, too, Then you come Into the driveway. '11 be waiting at my wlndoxv and ·U come down and let you-In the ock way." "And we'll give the salon tho once over, eh?" "Uh-huh--Umt Is, U you're certain you wont to take the chance, We might be caught, you know." "Listen, Elsie," he said soberly, 'I'm convinced there is more to this affair than the other fellow sees. Somehow I'm going to get to the bottom of it. I don't wont to cad you into danger or trouble, but f you're with me--" "I'm with you," I assured him. quickly. "You can't escape me." "Good! Remind me to tell you. one of these days, how swell I think you arc!" Ho pinched my check. "By the way, Mclntyre Is downstairs." 'Mclntyre?" I had completely forgotten the Chicago detective, 'But we don't need him now alnco there Is no murder!" "I suppose not. And he would iavo accomplished things too! San't very well bring a. dctcctivo jito a house where there's nothing to detect? Just the same, I'm going to put him on ice. If things go the way I think they're going to, the Wlthcrspoon clan will be glad of his assistance." 'Don't forget that the emeralds arc still missing!" "I haven't forgotten, but until Mr. Horace comes out Into the open and accuses you of stealing: them, you won't need a defense." I asked: "Do you Intend to take' this Mclntyre Into · your - confidence?" 'I don't think so, Elsie. I haven't ' a thing to go on except my own. suspicions." He smiled at me. "You and I, darling, will have to work" together until we'vo something tangible and definite to offer." "All right, PhiL You'd better go now." "O. K., sweet" Hc kissed me flcctlngly. "Until tonight!" "Until tonight!" I repeated. (To Be Continued) NEWS OF THE COURTS Masontown bridge--between Fay- ettc and Greene counties--netted receipts of $25,035.50, during 1938, it was revealed in statistics compiled by Miss Rebecca McDowell for county commissioners. Total expenditures amounted to 54,764.91, leaving a balance of $19,170 5D. Of the net receipts, Fayette county's share, 58 per cent, amounted to $11,118.94. Greene county received 42 pciccnt, a'total of $8,051.5. During the month of December, receipts reached $2,065.45. Wahlngton Tax Levy. WASHINGTON, Pa., Jan. 13.-Council gave final reading to an ordinance which fixes the 1939 tox levy for property owners at 13 mills. Wife Preservers Will of Harriet and Ann Littman, Uniontown, was probated in the register's office. The deceased bequeathed her entire estate, both real and personal, to her husband, Samuel Littman, and his sister, Anna Bell Littman. At their deaths, the estate was willed to a grandson, Samuel LJttman, Jr., and his children. The will stipulated the life tenants are to keep the real estate in good repair, pay the taxes and keep the house insured against fire. Four cars, taken over by liquor enforcement officers following irrests of operators for violating State liquor control laws, were ordered forfeited to the Commonwealth by Judge W. Russell Carr, who directed the vehicles bo held for sale or disposition by the State Liquor Control Board. Confiscated were: Hupmobile sedan, taken over by officers with arrest o£ Tony Constan- SALLY'S SALLIES On* housewife finds it a help t^ take her bath towel* off the clothf s line before they art quite dry She then (olds them and runs them through the electnc wringer, instead of ironing them Thus they retain their fresh, outdoor tmell ine and John Fcrene; Plymout coach lonfiscsted with arrest of Rose Van- Ma; Chevrolet coach, confiscated vcr protests of C. I. T. Corporation; Jtudebaker sedan of F. H. Jordan. The court ordered costs of the proceedings paid by those protesting confiscation of the motor vehicles. County commissioners approved payment to Mrs. Jennie ^lowan, local voman, for the care and maintenance of little Alice Harris, tho county's (rard, from December 30 to January 3. A check was issued for the sum of, $12 to meet the obligation for the JCriod. Little Alice Harris, daughter of a Perry township woman, was recently removed from county home and riaccd in a private home for addi- ,ional care and encouragement to overcome her inability to talk and walk. The little girl first came to the attention or county authorities following investigation by humane officers allegedly on complaints of neighbors. UIK* byndicate. Inc^ World nghu rexrwd ECv^T^ The only time a horse gets frightened of traffic nowadays is when it meets another horse. Preliminary injunction was ordered by Judge W. Russell Carr, on petition of Wharton township supervisors, to restrain Thomas McElroy, Jv., from erecting barricades and posting notices or in any way interfering with travel on a \Vharton township road. Hearing on' facts in the case has been set for 10 o'clock Monday, January 1G. Petition was filed by Supervisors Frank W. Gleason and Elmer A. Conrad through their counsel, Attorneys Lee Smith and Eugene C. Sloan. The petitioners claim the road closed by the action of McElroy is that which leaves Route 311, at a point near the- Rishel farm buildings, and passes the residences of Chester Maust, George Knox, Noah Silbaugh. Lloyd Savage and Shriver S. Maust to a point near the home of Mrs. O'Connor. With approval of Judge W. Russell Carr, a liquor law violator, Mary Howela, who had been sentenced to costs and a $100 fine last week, was released from county jail upon payment of costs. The fine is to be met at the rate of $10 per month, the first payment to be made February 1.

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