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PA uu: THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1939. · s Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 ant) 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash; lOc charge. XAS.SIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: 'Per.line, 7c cash; Sc charge Special Yearly. Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash/; 7c charge. "Ca-rk These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. I There are five (5) average words to each line. Thanks." 50c Flat.. Rate:; · : . Phone 1 2 or 1 3 for an Ad-Taker ;Sp~ecia/-Yqur Ad Inserted "7" Times for. the Price of Six!-- Special ::'. : - ...... ,, ; No Ad | Is Tqken.fpr LessThan a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements In Mi-morlam , . 3 KURTZ--In memory of Mrs. Bessie Kurtz who died one year ago tomorrow, January 15. 1938. . ' . ." " "·'.':".'.' One year has passed ·" ~ ~ ' . ' . . l ' . . Since'thai sad day, · · · When one we loved Was called away, Tis strange but true 1 wonder why. The'good arc always first to die.. One ol the best, whom -God could, lend A Invlng wife, mother ard faithful friend. A'licautlful memory left behind. ~ ·"." In silence she suffered · - · In patience she bore. Till Cod called her home . '_".. To suffer no more. - : . . . . - . Sadly" missed by Edward L. Kurtz 'and family, Ohlopyle. Pa. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 -Automotive"~. - Aulomohilrv for Sale 11 1937 1937 1937 ^1836 1035 1935 1933 1932 1031 1930 1929 EXCELLENT VALUES IN GOOD USED CARS1 Ford-Tutior Deluxe-Sedan with "Very low mjlcace. used very little os a demonstrator. S235 Down: ; $32.70 Monthly. . · ; · Chevrolet Sedan. $100 Down; . $23.86 Monthly. ". ...; ' Ford V-8-Tudor'Sedan. 5150 Down: $22.82 Monthly. Ford V-8 2-door. VScdan. $139 Down: S21.65 Monthly. · · Dodge Deluxe Coupe.'equipp'cd.with Radio and Heater, $150 Down: $22.82 Monthly. · · - *' Ford V-8 4-door Sedan.- $118 Dowri: $20.20 Monthly. ' · · · : · ,, ' Ford Tudor Sedan. $118 Down: $20.20 Monthly. . : . ' . . ' .. . . " ' . . -' ·Ford'2-door Sedan, $70'Down:.$13.30 Monthly. '· Oldsmobllc "6" Sedan. $125'. Ford -Deluxe Roadster.' $40. Ford Roadstor.-$3S. . . . . . . . . Ford Tudor. Sed«n, $40. ;' ; '.; EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYSI EXCELLENT BUYS IN. BETTER USED CARS! 1937 Dodge 4-door Trunk Sedan equipped with Radio, Heater, Pcfrostcr. Carefully cared for, has low mileage, sweet motor and next to new rubber. 1035 Hudson 4-door Sedan with 23.000 carefully driven miles. · $105 Down and only, $19.77 .monthly. 1934 Dodge 4-door Sedan with many un- · used miles, selling at $105. 1930 Oldsmobilc Sedan with" good tires and plenty of serviceable miles still " to go. 1937 C. M. C. .Pick-up Truck with 126 inch wheclbase. equipped with 7:00 Heavy Duty Tires. Terms Arranged To Pleaset · VOUCH MOTOR. COMPANY. QUICK SALES SERVICE. 312 S~O. PITTSBUHG ST. ^PHONE 8. "We Never Close." Employment 1 Help Wanted--Female 32 Business Service Business Service OCfcrc'J IS FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS. fURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVEHINGS PHONE 0645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST. SKATES SHARPENED BY MACHINE-Hollow ground, 25c pair. Saw filing and ail edged tools sharpened. R. D, -Tcn- nent, 208 W. Washington Avenue.' 1935 Chevrolet %-ton Pickup' Truck. 1933 Ford V-8. lV;-ton Truck, equipped with special Produce'Body, dual rear wheels, $100 Down: $21.70 Monthly. Very. Very Easy Terms 1 WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. · Insurance and Surety Bonds . 23 EARN UP TO $18 WEEKLY COMMISSION--Taking orders for Pure Silk Hosiery. 3 pairs 51.23. Perfect Fit Hosiery, AE-221 N. Broad, Philadelphia, Pa. WOMEN--Earn $18.00 Dozen Sewing Dresses. Everything furnished. .Material .cut.. Trimmings and Instructions. Experience - unnecessary. Write,- Quality Dress. Church Annex, P. O. Box 245, N. Y. . . WOMEN-WANTED--Address our catalog*. 2c each paid in advance plus bonuses. Everything Supplied. Free Details Furnished. Royal Products, G. P. O. Box 1C4, Brooklyn. N. Y. , Help Wanted--Male APPLIANCE SALESMAN--Man to. sell full line electric appliances. Good proposition to man selected. Sec Air. Croushore at Troutman Dept. Store, be. .twccn t'.OO and 9:30 A. M.. Monday. Real Estate for Rent Business Places tor Rent 75 WEIMER ARCADE--Entire second floor and room 13x70. street level. Available at once. PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. : Farms and Land for Kent 76 FOR RENT--31 Acres on paved road close Connellsvilic. 5 Room house, cemented basement, 2 porches. Electricity, warm air furnace, water in house, large barn, garage, fruit. $25.00 month. Union Realty Company,. Untontown. ' Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Seven room house, furnace and bath. Hardwood floors. Inquire. ·Robert Norris.' Phone. 505. FOR RENT--Bungalow suitable for small family. Located on South Pittsburg Street. .Phonb 1718. Financial Need Money 40-B NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less' on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock FOR RENT--Five room's, bath, all modern conveniences, two-stall garage. Poplar Grove. Call 1708. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate B DOES, Cats. Other Pets 47 WILL TRADE--Good night dog for young . Fox Hound or long-lecged Beagle Hound. Bill Moore. R. D. 1, Connclls- vlllc. Pa.. Limestone Hill. . INSURANCE . :. : ' ' · ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO . - P H O N E 1375. T. D GARDNER.-MGR. " . . tlOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R l-aughlln-INSUR- ANCE See me for rates 309 Flnt National Bank Building Phone 620. ' Open Evcningsl Open Sundaysl SEE THEM TODAYI. O-K USED CAKS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY ' 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings "till U o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 USED CARSI SEE OUR SELECTION! E E VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243. ~~ VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell just call. 12 or 13 for a Classified ad-taker. Your, ad on 'this page win surely catch the eyes of Interested buyers. AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away. Let us explain our yearly'low..rate-on consecutive advertising. Phone 12' or .13;. Moving,: Tracking. SUiracc 25 FOR MOVING T ...PHONE 50. DULL'S rRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERViCEl" Modern Storage For Household' Goods, LOCAL AND LONG bTsTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. · Poultry, ESKS and Supplies 49 TB." DENNY'S BABY CHICKS--For money making flocks. Blood tested. Forular breeds. 95% livabllity. guaranteed. J. F. Denny. Ypungwood, Pa. Phone 2S1. , · Merchandise Buildings. Bull dine Materials 53 PLASTER--And finish lime to suit your needs. Complete Mock at all times. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATO£S-$I.35 per bag. 413 E. Washington Avc. Phone B65-R. BECOME TIIE PROUD OWNER--Of your own home. Let me tell you how . . . stop In today or phone, 1760. Also building lots In nil sections. Wm. P. McKulty. Eales Building. South Arch Street. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLfi. PA. PHONE 875. Farms and Land for Sale 83 FOR SALE--185 Aero farm, 2fi miles · south east ot Unlontown, on Improved road, bordering Youghtogheny River, with 45 acres of Umber. Attractive location for summer home, hunting, fishing or agriculture. Can be purchased on easy terms. Inquire Paul R. Listen, 767 Brcntwood Avc,, Youngstown, Ohio, . Phone 410G1. FOR SALE--25 Acres, four room house, garage, chickin house 18x32, one mow* ing mnchlne. one horse, one cow, six tons of hay, harrow, plow, wngbn. cleRcr.t location. Price $3,400. E. F. DeWitt, Phone 43, Scottdale, Pa. FOR SALE--The late Aaron F. Stoner farm. 30 acres. East HunllnRdon Township, 2 miles west of Scottdale. House, barn nnd out bulletin cs, Rood water. Inquire John V. Stoner, 700 Mulberry St., Scottdnle, Pa. Printing. Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Band mUsl-Blndme 1 *-Calling Cardal Bill Heads!--Letter Heads I For Rent Cards 1 -For Salo Cardal 'No Trespass in c Sign* FQT Salel * All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates I COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. ' PHONE C5 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OH PHONE RESIDENCE, 81. Professional Services 28 EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances- A A. .Clarke. PH G Druggist, 323 North ;. Pittsburg Street Phone 1M. -FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEYl HERE'S HOW--You can find a market for your fnrm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your 11 vo stock and household goods by running a Email Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a largo area and your advertisement will be read by many people who nro ' looking for just tho things you have for sale. NOTE: All classified ads arc pay* able In advance. You will find our rates in tho abovo Classified Heading. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal, JCK bu., 8c delivered; 50 bu. t DC delivered: 25 bu., 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. , Frank Koballa. TODAY'S.; CROSSWORD PUZZLE 12 21 22 32.J3; 36 17 IS 37 12. 23 35 6 31 16 GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dun Son. Phono 107 or call Dawson. 32G1 and 3631. nooses for Sale 84 FOR SALE--Higbee farm, 48 acres. Lower Tyrone Township. House of nine rooms, bath and furnace, bank barn, other outbuildings. Plenty of water, small orchard. Inquire, Robert Norris. Phone, 505. HOUSTON AVENUE. , 216 -- Six room frame house with bath. In the very best of condition. Immediate possession. Priced to sell nt $1.500. Inquire, Paul Wagoner, 1009 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 143. Lota for Salo 85 FOR SALE--Corner lot In Poplar Crovc, fronting on State Highway, at Swauger- town intersection. For Information call 1299-R. Auctions-Legals Legal Notices 91 9-FT. COAL--30 bushel or more. 9 Vic per bushel, delivered. Phone 1332-J. Household Goods SO FOR SALE--Just received consignment of flood used washing machines including Thors, Gain-n-days and Mayings. Also a lot of used coal ranees from $10 and up. SPECIAL--One pair of barber electric clippers. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PKACU ST. PHONE 50. AFTER INVENTORY SALE I ALL FURNITURE 11 OFF I It WE TAKE TRADE-INS I MERV1S FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. 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Kiit Fcinm SrnjiciK, Inc. SAVE YOUR BIG KiniB RAGSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE '.WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR''ALL THAT YOU BHINO IN . AT Sc PKR FOUND. Kooms and Board Rooms · for RocscKeeping' 69 K13AD THIS FIRST: Klole Rtttcr, a ocauty ahop operator, taking the place of a frleort for wccX in tho private salon of Mr*. Horace Wltherspcon. Sr.. flndu herself Involved In n murder myittcry when first the eccentric old lady and later her mld- dle-ngcd daughtcr-ln-law arc found dead under tho same hair drier. Blalc van attending each at the time, though out of the salon for a .ow moments before discovering the old lady's death. A otrlnK of emeralds, belonging to Mm. Withcrspoon. Sr., are strangely miss- Ing. Certain members of tlic Withcr- spoon family, nnd some of the house Kucsta, strike Elsie as queer. Phil Bennon, newspaper reporter and close friend of Elate, arrlven as the police launch their investigation. Ho fmmc- ately phones for Mac filclntyrc. bead of tho Chicago homicido squad, who happens to DC in to^rn. Meanwhile Htchard and Daphne Withcrspoon, children of tho second victim, conduct themselves o-dly during questioning. Tho chief of police continues his Interrogation of all those at the Manor when tho two deaths occurred. Elsie, Benson and Mclntyro discuss the possible suspects. No trace of poison In found in tho body of Mrs. uoraco Withcr- spooi.. Jr. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STOHY) CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE THE EVENING seemed endless. Tlic hours dragccd themselves out like so many centuries. But at last .the clock on my bed table chime] twelve and 1 removed my shoes and crept to the window. The silence of tho house and of the night sent the cold chills racing up and down my spine. There .was no moon In the sky and, so far as I could see no lights reflected from tho windows of the Manor. Every one In the house was sleeping. Presently I heard a sound be low. Someone was coming up tiio drive. Cautiously 1 raised my window, "Pat!" "Phil?" "O. K." "Walt!" I said. It was a long way from my room to the kitchen. I had to move slowly. My heart was in my mouth. A .any moment a door might open ani 1 would be discovered. I thankee Heaven for the thick carpets on " the padded stairs. At last, however, I reached thi lower landing. 1 sighed In relic and leaned heavily against th wall. I was trembling like a leaf. The thought of PIU1 walling fo me on the back steps spurred m on. I passed through the pontric and into the kitchen. All was stll utterly still! I turned the key lr tho lock and unlatched tho door Phil stepped quickly Inside. · "Everything all right, baby?" "I--I guess so/' -I stuttered, an caught hold of his arm. After a moment I felt better. "Follow me," whispered, and led the way bac upstairs. "We'll go through the connect ing door," I toll) him. "I'll leave open in cose we have to retreat lr a hurry." "Good girl! I have a pocket flas we can use later." "Forward march!" I said, tryln not to act as frightened as I felt- In the salon Phil paused In th lobby. "Lead the way to the ante room, Elsie. I want to have anothe look at tlic driers." "This way." I pushed aside th curtains and closed them tight] behind us. "You con flash you light now." "There--that's better!" ho ex claimed when the tiny circle o light pierced the darkness. "No for the driers. Hold the flash!" "Someone has, straightened th place," I observed, blinking m eyes. "Everything is In apple p order." Phil made no reply. Ho was bending over the driers. "Which one was It, Elsie?" "The second one; the others or out of order." "The second--what did yo ay?" He whirled around and re- ardcd me excitedly. I said the other driers were out f order!" 1 repeated. "Since when?" ".Since tic day of the ball." "They were broken when the old Mlv died?" "Yes." "So!" He whistled beneath his rcath. ,"So f I'm not all wet! The riers have something to do with "Oh!" 1 began to understand rhat he was driving at. "You think 0 m c o n o deliberately jimmied hem ?" .' "Nothing else!" He sounded elat- d. "Holo the light over here while take a good look at drier num. er two!" He raised the hood and I loved closer to him. At first :lance drier number two differed In ;o wise from its companions on the joic. Jusi a crockliKc contraption with air holes punched Into it and a strip attached.- · · _ ; Phil, however, was not satisfied tvith a first glance or a second. He .vent over that drier like with a line-tooth comb. "Damn!" After a long time he tralghtened and stretched himself «arily. "I can't flnd a thing--not me thing!" "I'm sorry," 1 began--"why, what's that bit of white there In- ilde tlic hood?" "Bit of white! WhcrcJ" "There at the crown!" I floshcc the light inside. "See! It looks like adhesive--" "By Jove, Elsie!" He ran his fingers over the spot. "I believe you're right! It is adhesive and there was another piece, too! It's all gummy hero a couple of Inches further over, the way it is when you pull oft tape and It leaves a sticky mark!" "I sec," 1 said and I did. And : felt, too, but I did not understand why ho was so excited. You can no' (ill a person with adhesive. "Think a minute, girl! You use adhesive to paste with, don't you' Now a strip here, and a strip there a few inches apart, shows that each piece was fastened on to hold something to tho crown of the drier." "Some sort of poison yo' mean?" "Sure! Get It?" · "I get It. But what do you sup pose it was?" Ho grinned. "Poisons aren't m;. specialty, honey, but you can b" domed sure it was something dead ly and something deadly quick!" "Oh! And Phil, If you con prov the murder was done this way Die more will have to change his vcr diet, won't ne?" "He will that!" "But how will you prove It?" Ho frowned m o m e n t a r l l ; "Scorch me, gal! Looks like r' have to Include Chief Ellis or.M Intyro In our detective twosom. What I know about poisons yo could puj{ in your hnt!" "Then--" I was about to con tinuo when something, a sort o sixth scnsci flashed a danger slgna to my brain. Quickly I shut off th light and slipped if Into my apror pocket. Someone was entering th salon by the main entrance. To his 'everlasting credit Phil rcmalnc silent. "Quick!" I whisked him throug the curtains Into'.the. adjolnln compartment. For an eternity we stood scarcity dnring to breathe. There was n sound from the lobby and yet--ye 1 knew I had' not been mistaken. We were not alone! Now a sound like silk rubbc against silk reached our cars. Thcr a scratching noise. A tiny flam ghtcd the darkness. I saw the ow dimly through the drawn cur- alns. ' . Cautiously I parted the curtains vcr so little. Daphne Withcrspoon, t flowing negligee, stood starkly: cvcalcd in the flickering flare of' 10 match light. The match burned to her flngcr- ps and went out. She did not light' nothcr, but moved like a cat In ie' night's blackness toward tho econd anteroom. The second antc- oom! What did she want in th« econd anteroom? For a long time we heard noth- ng. What the girl was doing sho id quietly. Then as suddenly as ae come she deported. When tho cor had closed behind her I cx- aled loudly. "Sh!" Phil clapped bis hand to / ly mouth. "She may come back.** I sought his hand and clung to it. The palm was hot and moist, my wn cold and clammy. 'O. K.." he-said finally. "You con alk now." I opened my mouth and closed It gain. There was strangely nothing to say. "Give me the light, Elsie!" I pulled it from my pocket. Ho rcsscd the button and I saw that is forehead was bathed in perspiration. "Why, what's that?" ho said, and I. followed his gaze downward. · A tiny crumpled piece of white pa- : . icr fluttered through the air and the floor at my fcct- "It's nothing," I stooped and ickcd it up. "A piece" of paper I 'ound in the booth and put in my pocket. I must have pulled it out with the flash." I rolled It between my flngcrs. . "Paper?" Some of the eagerness returned to his voice. "Where did you say you-found It?" "In the next booth on the floor." "In the next booth!" His lingers rying at mine hurt. "My God, jlrl!" he exploded. "Don't you real- ",ze this is what we've been looking for?" ' ' ' ' I protested: "You didn't tell me it was paper you wonted. Besides, ; I found that the other day when I was looking for the emeralds." "Never mind!" he said curUy. "Come along!" He parted the curtains. "Get busy! If I'm as right as I think I am there should bo another of these tissues around somewhere!" · "Very well," I said coldly. I got ; down on my bonds and knocs. Ho' ' need not act as If I had'committed a major oftcnsc. 1 was no mind reader. How was I to know a crumpled clgaret tissue was of any -~ value? . · - ' "Where, exactly, did you find this?" ho demanded, unaware of" my injured feelings. · "There--by tho chair--tho one with the fringe." , "Humph! Blown there when you raised the hood, I'll warrant.". He overturned the choir and searched beneath it "Nothing here! Guess we're ;too late." Ho scrambled t o his feet and smoothed the tissue I · had found. . . "Look! Look, at tho corner! A, shred .of adhesive!" He held it'to the light and 1 saw.clinging to it a minute thread of something that might have been adhesive. "Elsie," who had access to the salon Imme-- dlately following the old lady's · death?" I. thought for. a moment.. VEliza and Mrs. Grecly and Sir. Horace." "So--" he muttered abstractedly, and held the bit of "paper to his nose. "Smell anything.peculiar?" He thrust it at me. . · '·' .My'nostrils quivered. "Bitter almond," I said Instantly. "It makes me sneeze." (To Bo Continued) ' " , Auctions--Legals Local Notices 91 FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, all conveniences, private batlr.' 1208 Chestnut St. Phone 1C3. FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms, private bath, electric refrigeration. 104 Davidson Avenue. Phone 017. FOR RENT--Three furni.shcd or unfur- nlshed rooms, conveniences. Good location. Phone I410-W. ; FOR RENT--Furnished light housekeeping rooms at Poplar Grove. Phone 9671. A FEW MUJUTES spent in looking over the .ciassiilcd ads each day will save you many hours and dollars in cctttng Just what you want. EXCHANGE what you don't r.ced lor What von do *hro«rh a fnn«elfl c d B rt *· r 1'UIII.IC SALE Saturday. February 11, 1930. at 2:00 o'clock P. M.. at Newell. Pa. By vlnue of an order ot the Orphans' Court of Fayette County. Pennsylvania. In proceedings in the estate 'of Halite A. Devcrs. deceased, at No. 155 December Term. 1038. the undersigned will expose to sale at -public outcry on the premises, at the comer of Fourth Street and Miller Street. Newell {formerly the village of MarcJiand), JciTcrson Township, F.tyettc County; -Pcnnsylvnia, at tile time aforesaid: The following described tracts of lands: FIRST--Lot No. CO. Village of More-hand or Newell, fronting fifty (50) feet on Miller Street and extending back of even width 125 feet to Dlackberry Alley, on which is erected .a two-story frame 10 room house and double.stable or'garagc. SECOND--Lot No. OS, Village of Morchand or Newell, fronting 50 feet .on Miller Street and running back of even width along Fourth Street, 125 feet to Blackberry Alley. THIRD--Part of lots 83 nnd B4. Village of Marchand or Newell, fronting 33 feet on the North Side of Third Street, extending Northerly of even width along Plum Alley. 100 feet, on which is erected a two-story, double frame 0 room dwelling'. FOURTH--One acre of land, Jefferson Township. Fayette County, Pennsylvania, situate at the intersection of the Lucy- Vllle-Fcrry Road nnd the Grccnfleld-Con- ncllsvillc Road^ on which is erected a six room, frame .dwelling and garage. .. Said lands will be exposed to sale and sold u n d e r ' a n d subject to the following judgments'and mortgage, whlctv arc now Hens thereon: - (n) Judgment of Peoples 'Bank and Trust Company,- California, Pennsylvania,' vs. Frank Devers and Joseph F. Devcrs,- 3?G December Term, VJSG.'^Court of Common Pleas of Fayette County for $475.00 with 'Interest from April 9, 1936, and costs of si6.ii. ."..:"... b Judgment of Peoples Bank and Trust Company, California, Pennsylvania, vs. Frank Devers and Joseph F. Dcvers, No. 387 Dec. Term. 1035. Court of Common-Pleas of- Fayctte-County, for $500.00 with interest from February 15, 1936, and costs of $16.11. (c Mortgage held" by George c; Dressier against Frank Dcvers dated March 3. 1031. recorded March '4. 1931 In Mortgage Book 20C, page 177, Recorder's Office, Fayette County. Pennsylvania, conveying lands above described. Debt 56,000.000 with interest from May 3, 3935. and the sum of S31.50 advanced from premium on fire insurance policies, with interest thereon from October 16. 1937. '(d) Judgment of Peoples Bank !and Trust Company. California. Pennsylvania, vs. Frank Dcvers and Joseph F. Dover*. No. 152 March Term. 1937. for SSOO.'OO with interest from January 14. 1937. and costs of $11.13. : . . Terms of Sale. ' " ' Ten percent of bid in cash on day of sale, one third of balance in cash on day of confirmation of sate by the Orphans' Court, and the remaining two thirds in two equal annual payments, to be evidence by purchaser's bond and se!i ' ' -, rt «Vi «r !·:-* on lalning sixty day sclrc facias nnd appropriate insurance and tax clause, the deferred paymcnLs to bear Intcrfst at the rate of six percent per annum. This sale IK made for the payment ot decedent's debts, subject to approval by [he Orphans' Court ol Fayette County, and return of sale, and petition for confirmation thereof will be presented to the Court on March 6, 1938. at 10:00 o'clock A. M., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. . The right to reject any and all bids and to adjourn the sale of said lands or any part thereof is hereby .reserved. MARY E. KERR, ' Executrix of Halite A. Dcvers, Deceased, Higbee, Lcwellyn Illgbcc. Attorneys. H-Jan.-3t-sat. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Tho Estate of Ella D. Thomas, late of Connellsvilic, Fayette County, Pa., deceased. . Letters of Administration in tlic 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 against said estate aro requested to make known the same. Paul G. Wagoner, A.dmlnlstrator, 1009 W. Crawford Ave.. Conncllsvlllc, P a . - · - . - . Hlgbcc, Lcwellyn lllgbec. Attorneys. . ' IO-dec.-61-sat. Amount Levied 1937 .Duplicate Added October 1st, 1937 Total Tax to be Collected 937 Ta:: Returned Sot Filed or Returned ,,._ _ ,,,.. VH 2,059.31 fct Amount of 1937 Collections ,, . '524^94 Balance on hand July 5th, 1937 It, General Fund ,, $ 222.64 "roperty Tax. 1937 '. :. 3,000.91 Per Cnplta Tax. 1937 524.94 Delinquent Tax Previous to 1937 1.63056 State Appropriations Deposit by B. S. Means (Nov. 23. 1938) :. Temporary Loans All Other Sources Total Receipts to July" 5th, IMS J 16,831.86 supervisors and Tcach- 5.742.60 882.87. EXECUTORS' NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given-'that letters testamentary on the estate of John C. Myers; deceased, late of Morgan Station, Fayette''County, Pa.,'have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to- said estate arc requested- to make Immediate payment and those having claims against same, will make them known without delay. lona' L. Whlpkcy. Executrix. Morgan- Station; -'Pav- Francis M. Richcy. Conncllsville, Pa. Hlgbcc, Lewcllyn Higbee, Attorneys, Conncllsvilie, Pa. U-Jan.-U-sat, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estate of J. L. Proudfit, deceased late of Conncllsvllte, Fayette County, Pa Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to tile undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. J. Paul Proudfit, Administrator Cedar Avc.. Conncllsville. Pa. Higbee, Lewcllyn Higbce, Attorneys. Conncllsville. Pa. M-Jan.-Gt-rat. DON'T waste time wishing--look over the classified ads and see how easily you can get what you want. HONESTLY told--honestly sold, through the classified ads. E YOUR telephone to ten Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 AUDITORS REPORT. Fayclte County. For School 1'ear Ending July 4, 1938. . . . " Vanderbllt llorough" School District. ·' ' Assessed Value of Real Estate, $153.265--Mills Levied 35. Number Assessed with Per Capita. 497--Rate Per Capita Tax $5.00. Per .Capita 2.455.00 ·· 99.25 21584.25' .Property S 5.364.27 148 33 5.512.60. 2.511.69- 3,000.01 Total 7.849J27 24758 8.096.85 2,511.63 2.059.31 3,523.85 7,057.25 910.36 3,500.00 32.80 ers Salaries ? Textbooks !.,, Supplies "of Instruc-· lion 476.35 Attending Teachers' ' Institute : i 102.44 Tuition .-. -. 442.20 . Commencement Expenses 23.95 Other Expenses of Instruction :... 98.M Wages of Janitor ,, 450.00 Fuel 173.72 Light and Power 126.22 Janitor's. Supplies ,...:... 43.49 Other Expenses * of Operation - 8.61 State Retirement . , Board ..;;.. 81.15 · Insurance .' ... 55.00 Compensation «.... '...31.04 . Secretary's Salary 75.00 Office Expenses 2.00 Tax Collector _.. 201.72 Auditors- ..-. 1C.OO Appropriated by B. S. Means 910.36 Expense of General Control 3850 Upkeep of Grounds .... 267.29 Debt Service 2.5C2.50 Repair to Building 450.45 Repairs to Lighting and Plumbing 654.00 $13,928.00 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estate'of Cora B. Falrehlld. deceased, late of Vandcrbilt, Fayette Coun- X. Pa.. . , , . , . ' ' Letters " o f - Administration in tlic above; estate having been granted to' the under- Igncd, notice Is hcro"by given to all pcr- ons- indebted to the said decedent · to make payment to the undersigned without" delay, and all persons having claims or demands against wild . estate, arc requested to make known the same. Wilford C. Falrehlld. Administrator, Vandcrbilt. Pa. - ^ · · Ilgbce, Lcwellyn Itlgbcc. Attorneys. Connellsvilic, Pa: - - · . I4-Jan.-6t-sat. Balance on Hand July 4th.' 1938 "·" General Fund $ 2.D53.86 SINKING FUND. Balance on Hand July 4th, 1937 $ 24.20 Received from General Fund 610.00 Paid Out 1937 to redeem Bond SOO.OO Paid Out 1037 Interest on Bonds 110.00 * Balance July 5th 1938 $ 24.2C Hazel E. Clcllnnd. George W. Brady,'Jr, J. Wude' AddlS. Auditors. 7jan-3t«sat. THE QUICKEST WAY to.get what you want Is to use one of these Classified Auctions--Legals Lceal Notices. 31 ^Reformed? According to his own statement, Max Baer has quit screwball stuff and gone serious. Above, the sedate former heavyweight champ arrives in New York seeking a bout. NoU the difference.

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