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PA«-*- EIGHT. ; UAiLiY COURIER, CONNTSTjLSVIL'LE. PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1038. Courier Classified Advertisements' 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. For Quick,Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Speciol Yearly Rates Upon Request. m Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: r=i - Per line, 7o cash; 8c charge. "-J Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c 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. Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special , No Ad: Is Taken For Less.Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mournmc Goods 4 BASKETS k SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES! P.-R. DeMUTH SONS C'V1L1£--50 ''" SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors --SIBEL. FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CAIX. CONNELLSVIU-S . 150. _~ Strayed, Lost,'Found' ;::..:10 STOLEN--Blue tick and bcuRlo pup.' _ . three months old. :Rcward for return to ' · Stcrret Shorter. Cornellsvllle, Pa., R. D. 2. No. 368. Automotive ..Autos, Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 Merchandise Buildines, Builcllnji Materials 53 ALL CAR CHAINS VI OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS U OFF] STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCII.) $3.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS ; -9c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 59c BRAKE LINING. FT ..'. ,, 19C-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES 22c TURN SIGNALS S7.D5 AMBER LESS 7c 'MARKER LIGHTS .... - IDc REFLEX REFLECTORS .-.; «c LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION: NEEDSI tCOLDE TIRE it RADIO COMPANY. 126 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Automotive Automobiles for Sale . 11 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine tn your home.. Parts extra. Phono 890, Troutman'i. YOU CANT GO WRONG IN BUYING ONE OF THESE _ _ _- _ EXCELLENT - · USED CARS! IHE FOLLOWING .CARS . - " - . " . -WILL-BE-SOLD.-" "AT Tyrr*. "· P-R-I-C-E-S "· ~ "MENTIONED '.".V' " . · AS. ism ·,,. '-..:.'..- 1930 Oldsmobile 4'-dob'r-Sedari"rri"-nicc" condition,' selling for only '., W .TM..J...? 03 1933 Ford 4-cyllndcr 2:loor- Sedan, a clean buy at ,.....-...,. ~ --:,, $215 1930 Ford 2-door Sedan "for . .'.:..,. S 99 1929 Ford 2-door Sedan In good condition _'.- _ -'...- - * "5 1929 FordT K-ton,Pickup Truck with Hacks -.» .- * '5 1931 Plymouth 4-door Sedan __,-- $95 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan .'TM..';--1$75 · 1931 Pontiac Coupe ;.'.... ~$75 1930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan, , (4-cyllnder) --:..-TM... ,--:... ?79 1931- Dodge 4-door Sedan, -with a beautiful .dark green': Duco finish. ready to go for only --.$125 1930 Ford (4-cylindcr) Coupe In "A- No. 1" condition, priced to sell at 599 193? Ford Sport Roadster that Is in Perfect CondlUonl The Above Mentioned Cars Can Be Boucht Throush Our Easy Payment Plant 1934 Ford ,i-ttm Pickup, at A Bargain SEE OUR DISPLAY-- Of 1935. 1936 and ".W7 Models of Fords. Chevrolcts, DOLKCS. Oldsmo'uilcs. Bulcks and others. Everyone thor- ouRhly inspected and ready for the road. Sec them today! HERE THEY AREI JUST TWO LEFT I 2--1937 Ford V-8 Demonstrators. Your Choice of: Deluxe Club Cabriolet or Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan. Both Are Fully Equipped. Have Low · Jlllleasc and Selling With A New Car .' Guarantee! And At Greatly Reduced Prlccsl BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THE NEW "1938" MODLES OF TORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS. The World's Best Termsl Very Good Trades Aad. Demonstrations] WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. ^'HONE. 407. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phono OM3. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. -Sco me /or rates.--James ft. LaugUlto, IJInsurancc. 300 First National 'Uank Building.: Phone 520. Moving, Trucklnc, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER it. STOP.ACC. Local and long distance moving. Every load Insured. Modern storage for household .goods. :Wc do crating for shipment by rau. Phone 50. 122 East Peach street. Printing. Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR IJRINTING WORK1 i '· Letter Heads!--Bill ilcndsl i For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! ! Calling Cardst--Hand Bills!-- Blndlngl ; No Trespassing Signs For Salol i All Work Guaranteed I At Reasonable Itatcsl I COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT.. ' PHONE CS. " COURIER 8LDG : OR PHONE RESIDENCE..91. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! ' 'STOPI -- LISTEN! ' WE -HAVE FOF. SALE TIIE BEST ' -- USED CARS! IN CONNELLSVJLLE! - Compare Thc~Following Cars! 1929. Studcbaker 4-door Sedan 1930 Studcbaker 4-door Sedan 1933 Pontiac 2-door Sedan 1932 Oldsmobllo 4-door Sedan- ·1932 Nash 4-door Sedan . 1930 Hupmobue 4-docr .Sedan '1932, Ford 2-door. Sedan...-. ,-... 1931 DcSoto 4-door' Scda'n . m . . 1933" Dodge 4-door" Sedan "...'.... 1934_ Chrysler-2-door'Sedan _. .--. THESE 'PRICESTARE/ALL UNDER ·,,. _ THE PITTSBURGH MARKET! .Can..Be Easlly_Flnanccd!.^ ..... ' YOU^H MOTOR COMPjlNY. SOUTH PTTTSBUHG ST. PHONE 8. CONNELLSVJLLE. PA._ "O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHE1MER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO ' ' INSIDE OUR 'GARAGE. AT ' 127 WEST APPLE STREET. · MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open' Evenings 'Oil's o'clock. Open Sundays 'ull 6 o'clock. PHONE 105. LATE MOD'£L USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE «07 ·EE US--Before you build that garage. Our prices arc right. Consolidated Coal Supply Company. Phone 1700. ·OR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES-Used brick," old lumber; windows, sashes, flooring. Coa!. Phone 1B34-R, Business and Ofllcc Equipment 54 SEVEN-COLUMN -- Burroush's adding machine, guaranteed A-l condition, special. $44.75. Varltypcr typewriting machine, interchangeable type, can be used for different languages Guaranteed. Special $IQ.75. Kcbtncr's Book Store. 125 W. Apple street. Farm.and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed nnd hand picked. 50c per bushel. Somerset potatoes. $1.23 per ba«. We deliver, 413 E. Washington Ave. Phone 805-R. . '. " MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will Gnd a market for your farm products, your live stock, your - farm .implements. and household goods?.. You. will find. many people-who want to buy 'the many th'lngs you have for Mlc! The "Daily Courier has a large rural circulation which · makes it tho .. popular choice 'nmang the farmers and asurcs you that your message will reach ttio people who aro In tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates in the above Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable In - advance) Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 50 IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load of our specially pcrpared stoker coal. Consolidated ' Coal Supply Company. Phone 1700. Real Estate for Sale Farms and Land (or Sale 83 29 ACRE FARM--Bullskin Township, good house, modern conveniences, gooa outbuildings. Write' A. W. Fowler, 311 E. Cherry street. New Castle. Pa. Honscs [or Sale EXCEPTIONAL BUYS I WILLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern in every respect: Green street extension, live room bungalow, hot water heat. $2,650: on Narrows, seven room, modem, garage, one acre of ground, $2,500. PETER R. WEIMEfl WEIMER ARCADE. FOR SALE--Klght room house with two - lots" on Hlrhway nt Moyer. " $1,200 Robert Norrls, Phone 505. JfKRE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from'the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace, garage and laundry Just recently remodeled and in the very best of condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17CO FOR SALE--Nice six room house with sun parlor, heat, all conveniences Ntcrly furnished and in good condition West Side. $3,300. Robert. Norris Phone 505. COAL-^Good black lumpy run ot mine IOC bushel delivered. Cash. Kobaua Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-- I Wm. Dull A Son. Phone C'vlllc. 107: Scottdale. 502; Dawson. 4037. A REAL EUY1 BLACKSTONE ROAD. 710-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double hoULe wit bath and heater, all modern. Th] property must be sold at once to scttl estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to 31.500. PAUL WAGONER ' 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- ElasUc Hosiery and other surgical appliance*. A. A. Clarke. PH. O. Druggist. 323 North Pfttsburg street. Phone 1D4. K. F. FITZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. OPTOMETR1C EYE SPECIALIST. WOOLWOKTU BLDG. PiiONE 125-J Employment llclp Wanted--Male 33 MAN FOR COFFEE ROUTE--Up to $45 first week. Automobile given as bonus. Write Albert Mills. 4410 Monmouth, Cincinnati. O. ·Situations Wanted--Female . 36 PRACTICAL Call 851-R. NURSE--Desires nursing. Financial Need Money 40-B GET "AHEAD IN 19331 PAY* OFF ALL--Your bills with a PER. "-SONAL LOAN! Have.only -one. plac* to pay Instead. of many! You . need only-ONE thlni: here:--the-ability to repay small, regular 'slims on* any.loan plan selected. LOANS up to $300. Come. in. · · PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY- Over McCrory -Store. - - - -' Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Pennsylvania's Finest Business School. · Day and Night Classes--$54.50 New Typewriter given with each Scholarship during January-. Extra--A new course in Fine Commercial Art. Drawing, pen and Ink. chnrconl." oil, water ' c o l o r , Laadscnpe--Portrait. Teacher studied -with Mmr Du Bet of Paris. .. Corcoran Art Gallery. .Washington, D. C. Successor to-II. W. Wcgner , of Pittsburgh. Send for our new Catalog-- Connellsvlllc.' Pa. Phone 218. Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other .Pets 47 FOR .. SALE--Eskimo Spitz .'pups.: eight '_ weeks old, male and female. Inquire -513 York Avenue. COAL--9-fl. run of mine and screened. Price* reasonable. Prompt delivery. Call 504. Flint. COAL-- lllaek 9-ft. cokinR coal. l l % c bUKhcl. delivered. Call 1335-R. FOR SALK--frame building. 18x36 feel Corner South Pittaburg Street nn Woodlawn Avenue. Can he made Int a three room house. $1,500. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone. 505. Household Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONSI ON ALL FURNITURE. HUGS AND STOVES. COME IN! SKE! AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCF.S. MEKVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSBUnG ST. PHONK 2020. YOUK CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! Auctions--Legals Lccal Notices. FOR SALE--Household furniture. Inquire 420 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 18-11-J. HANK STATEMENT. Charter No. 4.481. Reserve District No. 4. REPORT OF CONDITION OF TH Second National Bank of Connellsvillc. i the State of Pennsylvania, at the close o business on December 31. 1937, (Published In response to call made b 'omptrollcr of the Currency, under Sci Uon 5211. U. S. Revised Statutes.) FOR SALEI ALL KINDS OF--Used' furniture Including co.il, gas nnd combination ranges and heaters. Also some good pianos at bargain prices. DULl/S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. . PIIONE 50. Musical Merchandise 62 FOR SALE--Clarinet. B. flat. Guaranteed in flood condition. Special. $39.50. Xvstner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St. Wanted--To Buy CC WANTED TO BUY--3.000 board feet of seasoned or partly seasoned chestnut lumrjer. Write what you have. O. Jflchlcr. Route 2, Box 384, ConncllsvUlc, ·P.I.- TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23, cam Courier, stating condition of machine, price, nd style number. . Rooms and Board Rooms Without Hoard 68 FOR RENT--Furntehcd bedroom, suitable ' lor two · persons. Inquire 602 Edna HtrecL ·Rooms for llousckceplnc CO ^R RKNT--Two furnished rooms for llslit house-keeping, 223 South street. Phone 14C3-R. Real Estate for Rent- and 74 SMALL, UNFURNISHED APARTMENT-Suitable for 1 or 2 persons. 3 teat, w.itcr furnished. Inq. 502 S. PlttsburK St. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 THREE ROOM APARTMENT--109 South Sixth St. Inquire Smulz Hardware Store. 717 Crawford Avo., West Side. FOR SALE--5 younc corn fed hoss. extra quality. 8Uc alive. II ^c dressed. Free delivery. Near Vandcrbilt. Telephone -Union town 108. j FOR RENT--Two room unfurnished front apartment. Heal, light, (las furnished. 139 W. Crawford Ave.... , ASSETS. Loans and discounts J927.419.' United Statcn Government obligations, direct and/or tully KUarantccd 1,023,046.33 Other bonds, stocks, and securities 025,631,5 Banking house ..... SSO.000.00 Furniture and fixtures 4.000.00 M.000.00 HcaV estate owned other than bankins house 28.477.14 Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 298,732.99 Cash. balances with other banKs. and cash Items tn process of collection 321,438.23 Other assets -, 390.57 ^--Temp/e Bai/ey\ COTYRICim RELEASED OY CENTRAL PKC5S ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 4-i i rr WAS too late, oC course, to *void Andy Fuller, There was anly one path, and he must take *t. Even if 1 nuulo, come excuse Cor flight, he would be upon us before we could get away. Hut 1 would not watch Mm come. 1 went over a rock, and act out our box of sandwiches and Thermos bottle of coffee. Nearer and nearer echoed the "tlc-tac" of his horse's hoofs. Waves of hot blood seemed to now over me as 1 stared out towards the mountains. I knew that If Mlnu saw my face she would be aware of my agitation, so I kept my back to her. I tried to whistle, and managed a few faint notes of a popular tune. X heard a gasp, and knew that he was upon us. "Andy," Miml was saying, Incredulously, "whero did you come from?" 1 whirled around to see him leap from his horse and catch both of her hands in his. "Fvc found you at last. Mlmi." . "Were you looking for me?" "Why else should I be in this God-forsaken country ?" he was smiling down at her. Tve been staying at the hotel at Eagle Lake--" he broke off to say, "Hello, Jerry/' s i came forward. "This Is--unexpected/' my voice was cool. "Rather, isn't it? I intended to ride over to your ranch and surprise you. But the first day on these roads put my car out of commission. And while I was waiting to have it fixed, I thought I'd try some of the trails. This la great luck " I simply loathed his air of assuming a welcome. I stood there ·fltiffly, saying nothing. But Mimi'a tone was eager. "I is heavenly to sec you, Andy." I wondered if ahe -really mcani it. How could nhc mean It? I re membcrcd the things she had said "How Andy would crow." And now she was urging him ti . stay and have lunch with us "There's enough for an army And there's so much to talk about." Well, he accepted, and I brolo bread with him as If he were no my bitterest enemy. Our thrc horses grazed on the dry, crls; gra.^s. And Andy was asking qucs lions? "So you're happy, Miml? "Of course." **But after the honeymoon what? I can't quite sec you con tented In these surroundings." "Can't you? Why not?" "Oh, there's nothing here bu nky nnd mountains." She laughed, with her chl tilted -ind her eyes lighted. "Noth Ing but the sky and mountains-and Jerry." **So that's it," dryly, "1 see. 1 But he did not sec what I saw That Mini was playing the gam to the limit. If Mie had sufferc disillusionment, he was net know. I wondered If she was con scloun of what was ahead of he How did she expect to meet th moment when he would see ou ugly house ? When we finished our lunch gathered up the papers, a burned them carefully on the bar rock, stamping out the fire. The I -mid, briefly, "It is going rain.'" The sky had fcrown dark--th air was filled with the strange u quiet which comes before a storm Trfcnve* rlancrc' madly against t! Tve found you at last^ Mlmi." nurky gray--there was the rush f wind in the pines. Mlmi hated storms. She turned _ n me her startled glance. "Isn't here any place we can run for hcltcr?" I helped her to her horse, and cl the way. Andy brought up the ear, with Miml between us. The whole thing had the effect of unreality--that the three of us should be high up in this mountain world alone--I and my wife, and the man who loved her. The trapper's hut had been empty for years. The country had been hunted over until there were few animals left whoao furs were valuable. But the hut was built of good sound, logs, and was in the center oC an open grassy space. Within were a few broken chairs, rickety table--cobwebs were woven in fantastic draperies across the windows--there was the rustle of field mice among the dried eaves that had drifted in through the open door. We had a race for It towards the end. Miml's hat was off, and blow- Ing back from her face, Andy's hat was off, too, and mine--the blood was red in our cheeks where the wind had buffeted them--! What a picture to look back upon ---with our racing horses, our youth, the storm at our heels. We came Into the cabin laughing, with the sheer Joy of the excitement. The rain drove In after us. Andy and I pushed the shrieking door shut, and there we were In darkness. "Rome ride!" Andy said. "I adore it/'. Miml was breath, less. We sat down on tho rickct; chairs, and gradually our face" emerged like white masks in th uncertain light which blurred th rain-washed, cobwebby windows. And now a constraint camo unon Our voices, beating: against: noise of the thunder, were thin: and artificial. The lightning/ wash-; ng through the room in waves ofl Incandescence, gave us an air ot mrcality, as If we were ghosts of] the bright creatures who had race* with the storm. It was after one of the weird: llumlnatlons that Miml clutched! my arm. "Jerry, I'm afraid." I drew her to me. What did I care if Andy was there to resent: my air of possession? She was mine. "My dearest, 1 ' I said, "io will soon be over." Andy struck a match and lighted! a clgiret The spurt of the flame) howcd his dark face. . "Nobody," he said, with a touchJ of his old insolence, "is going to) clieve it when I go back." "Believe what?" Miml dc-i mandcd. "That I found you two billing' and cooing like turtle-doves." Mimi's laugh had a tcoslngi quality. "What did you. expect to and?" "I thought by this time you. would, be borcd^to extinction." "But, I'm not." "No," abruptly--"apparently, not." Then, after a moment's silence. "I come with-Home news -· for you. But it can wait. You are* going to ask me to dine, aren't? you, Mimi ? I want to sec your* earthly paradise." I held my breath. My mind was flllcd with the vision of that ugly r red-painted structure. Of the cluttered kitchen, of dead flowers ins the vases, the hopeless untidiness, and commonplaccncss of it alt Then, amazingly cool and controlled, Mlmi's voice beat against! my consciousness. "But I am not going to ask you: to dine with us, Ajridy, nor to sco our Paradise." (To Be Continued) Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 State ol Pennsylvania. County of Fayctte t.\: I. IL P. Pore, caxIcr of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. P. PORE. Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before mo this 8th day of January. 1936. ALICE O'CONNOR, Notary Publtc. My Commission expires March 0, 1939. Correct--Attest: L. P. McCORMICK. GRANT DULL. E. B, ZIMMERMAN. Directors. Memorandum: Loans and In* vestments Pledged to Sccur* Liabilities. United States Government obligations, direct and fully guaranteed $ GO.511,23 Total Assets $3.625,202.97 Houses for Rent 77 LIABILITIES. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations $1.276.430.10 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 1,439.280.73 State, county and municipal deposits _. 358.4B4.47 United States Government and Post.il savings deposits 33.1B2.37 Deposits of other banks. Including certified and cashiers' checks outstanding 31,647.15 Deposits secured by pledge of loans and/or investments $387.829.20 Deposits not secured . by pledge of loans- nnd/or investments 2,7S3,195.ta Total Deposits ... $3.161.02S.88 Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid 10.000.00 Dividends declared but not yet Payable and amounts set aside for dividends not declared 4.500.00 Capital account: Class A preferred stock. 1,500 shares, par at $100.00 ncr share. Rctirablc at $lor per share $200.000.00 Common stock GOO shares, par $100.00 per share Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided profits- net 11.G78.09 Reserves for contingencies 88,000.00 FOK SALK-- 1 pair colt?, six months, old! .from mated team . of ?orrel mart's. Weight 1.700 Ibs. each. Harry KoOier, Scotldale. Phone 4H2-R-8. FOR RKNT--Nine room brick, near Rob- j Totn , cap,,.,, Account $449.678.03 bins; five looms, East Apple; elx rooms _!__ . near Trader. ., Peter Weimer Arcade. Poultry, R. Wcimer. j Total Liabilities $3.025.202.07 i Memorandum: Loans and In- 1 vestments Pledged to Secure I Liabilities SPRING CHICKENS--Live or drcwcd, Mullens. Marietta K:irm. Country Club Road. Phone 4114-R-14. and Supplies 49 ; B 'OR RKNT--Five room bun«aiow. South ntl.fe.rg street. CM, J230-U. after . u^TSe* Govcrnmcnt obli . ' ' ' Rations. direct and --"·· guaranteed Merchandise Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate PINE LATE MODEL USED CARS K. E. VAN SCOY. INC. =59 E. CRAWFORD AVK. '* PHONE 2- Articles for Salr WHEN YOU SHOP through the Classified Section you buy from choice not from persuasion. *E 243 | MATS FOR SALB-Courlcr mats at Ic ! SO -- per each. Can be used i or umnc your j PROPERTIES FOR SALK OR RENT I T. C. PHAI.1N SO CONNKLLSVILI.F,. T*A. I'lIONR 975 KP. chicken coop or out buildings of any kind. Inquire at Courier Offlcc. Vou toll us and well U-11 Yearly rates upon request. ----------- . : FOK SALE-- Baby Lloyd baby ,11 iv.- ' . Excellent condition. $3.00 cash', to quid: buyer.. 233 Carnc-xli: Avc. ' " . lluslness 1'roperly for Sale fully $532,400.00 Other oonds. stocks, and se curities _ 75.797.50 Total Pledged recilbcounts (excluding JOOS.197.50 A«ainst United Stalt-i Coveni- nicni and postal savinK^ deposits f 45.200.00 ..... _,, Against State, county, and *O« SALt^Stororoom on South Pitts, i municipal depo^it.s . . S42.W7.SD hurff Street Fonncrly occujiiod by ] Against other deposits 20,000.00 Robinson's DruR Kiort. Inquire. , _ - nobct-L Norrls. Plionc, 505. i Tot.il Pledged ,,....$608,197.50 Total Pledged (excluding rediscounts $ 60.511.23 Pledged: Against State, county and municipal deposits $ 15,145.30 Aj;ainht deposits of trust departments 45.305.33 BANK STATEMENT. Charter No. 13,401. Reserve District No. 4. KEPORT OF CONDITION OF THE National Bank and Trust Company ol Cormcllsvlllc. In the State o£ Pennsylvania, at the close of business on December 31, 1037. (Published In response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes.) ASSETS. Loans and discounts $344,986.65 Overdrafts 44.03 United States Government obligations, direct and f u l l y Kuaranteed 675,507.70 Other bonds, stocks, and sccuri- - ties 801,544.02 Furniture and fixtures $4,305.99 4,305.93 Reserve v. th Federal Reserve bank · 206,13056 Cash, balances · with other banks, and cash items in process of collection 291,529.40 Cash items not in process of collcctioEi '..;... . 94.15 Other assets 18,025.15 Total "Assets $2,342,227.40 LIABIL1TIF.S. Demand deposits,of individuals, partnerships. · and corporations $1.135,330.60 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 752.170.64 State, county, and municipal deposits 57.047.16 Deposits of other bunks, including certified and cashier's checks outstanding 115,782.01 Deposits secured by pledge of loans and/or investments S 44,857.08 Deposits not secured by pledge of loans and/or Investments 2,035.478.73 Total Deposit $2.080.336.41 Interest, taxes, and other expenses, accrued and Unpaid . 5,5JG.8l Other liabilities 3.863.51 Caplul account: Common stock, 1.250 shares. par $10(1.00 jwr share . 5125,000.00 Surplu-: . 90.000.0o i Undivided proiits -I net 37.460.67 Auctions--Legals Notices. Total Pledged , $ 60,511.23 State of Pennsylvania* County of Fayettc. ss: I. Paul O. Malonc, cashier of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, PAUL O. MALONE. Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day o£ January, I93B. BESS I. ALBRIGHT, Notary Public. My commission expires March 5, 1941. Co rrcet--Attest: G. F. PIEMAN, M. AARON. JOHN DAVIS, Directors. BANK STATEMENT. Charter No. C.344. Reserve District No, 4. REPO3T OF CONDITION OF TIIE First National Bank of Perryopolis, In the State of Pennsylvania, at the close of business on December 31, 1937. (Published In response to call' made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes.) ASSETS. Loans and discounts $ 97,811.74 Overdrafts l,799.1b United States Government ob- llKations, direct and fully ' guaranteed 103,60350 Other bonds, stocks, and sccuri- ' tics ...'. 302,945.91 Banking house $4,071.01 Furniture and fixtures.. 1,172.41 5.243.42 Real eMate owned other than banking house 817.90 Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 44,069.30 Cash. balances with other banks, and cash items tn process of collection 38.872.66 Other a.vcts - 582.32 Auctions- Lcgais Legal Notices. 91 Total Deposits ~ $449,750.91 Capital account: Common stock. 500 shares, par $100.00 per share $ 50.000.00 Surplus 75,000.00 Undivided proHts-- net 20.994.84 Total Capital Account $145,994.34 Total Liabilities $595,745.75 Memorandum: Loans and Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities. United States Government obligations, direct and fully guaranteed .....$ 13,000.00 Total Pledged (cxcludine re- discounts) $ J5.000.00 Pledged: Against Stale, county, and municipal dcposi Is .,,.,.., _. 15,000.00 Total Pledged $ 15.000.00 State of Pennsylvania. County of Faycttc ss: I, Howard Adams, cashier of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. HOWARD ADAMS. Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before mo this 5th day of January. 1938. EDMUND MARTIN, Notary Public. My commission expires February 2. 1941. Correct--Attest: JAMES H. SHEimARD, JAS. A. KALMAN. O. P, POUE. Directors. IP. Total Capita) Account 5252.4CQ.C7 Total Liabilities, $2,342J27.4 Totnl AK.CU, 5593,745,75 LIABILITIES. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships. and corporations $201.714.85 Time deposits of Individuals. partnerships, nnd corporations 210.150.76 State, county, and municipal deposits 2G.22G.81 United States Government and postal savings deposits 100.00 Deposits of other banks. Including certified and cashier's olU'CJt.s outstanding 2,558.4« Ucpostts securi'd by pledge of loans and/or investments ? 15.000.00 ' Deposits not secured by pledge of loans and/or investments.. 434,750.91 NOTICE OF FILING ACCOUNT AND IIHAR1NG OF CLAIMS. IN RE: TITLE AND TRUST COM- 'ANY OF WESTEHN PENNSYLVANIA. CONNELLSVILLE. P E N NSYLVANIA. LUTHER A. HARR, SECRETARY OF BANKINGS RECEIVER. In the Court of Common Pleas. County of FayeUe, Com. of Pa.. No. 298 June Term, 1930. The Fourth nnd Partial Account of Luther A. Harr, Secretary of Banking ot the Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania,.Receiver of Title and Trust Company of Western Pennsylvania, ConncJlsvllle, Pennsylvania, was filed with the Pro- thonotary of the above Curt on December 24. 1937. After thirty day.s from the date of the filim; ..thereof, 'it will be confirmed ao.so'utely, unless exceptions are filed with the Court. At or before the audit of the account, a .supplemental account will be filed ihowlns. further receipts and expenditures. The Secretary ot Banking determined to liquidate this institution on December 1, 1930. If tho tlrit notice which you hud from the receiver staled your deposit correctly, your c 'm has been recognized and you need do nothing further now. Luther A. Harr, Ccrctary'of'Bank- ing of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Receiver of Title and Trxist Company r£ Western Pennsylvania. ConnollsvIHe, Pennsylvania. By Harry A. McDerxnott .' Deputy llecclver. T. A. WoRKoner, Jr.. Special Counsel. Uniontown. Pennsylvania. 27-dcc.-3t.-mon. ·

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