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PAGE BIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Bo 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. These Rates.Are. Based On Consecutive Insertions. There arerfiye^J5)~average words to each line. I "Cards of Thanks," SOcJFIat Rate. ~" Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Speaa/-- 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 Card ot Thanks LAUGHERY--We wish to thank oui many Iricnds and neighbors In our recent bereavement, the death of our dcai mother. Mrs Amanda Laughery Especially do we* wish to thank Rev. A R Mansbcrgcr. the Ringers, those who sent flowers, those who furnished cart and all who assisted In any May. The children. Mrs. Bertha Gastkill. Mrs. Bessie Stcllmillcr. Samuel P. Laughery and Gcorgu W. Laughery. Business Service Moving. Truck inr, S to race 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 60 DULL'S rRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods Automotive Automobiles lor Sale .11 WHILE THEY LAST! SEE US TODAY! 1529 Ford «-ton Pick-up Truck .. 525 1033_Ford 2-door Sedan for $139 1930~Chevrolct Coach selling at $50 2935 Dodge Coupe, buj It for 5295 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan, jours for $40 TWO EXCELLENT ETA'S IN LATE MODEL CARS! 1937 Pontiac Deluxe Cour*. 1937 Lincoln-Zephyr 4-door Sedan just like new We have on display on our Used Car Lot and on the second floor of our garage nice selection of late model used cars of Fords. Chevrolet and Plymouth Stop in today and look them over. Very Easy Terms Arranged! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. Your Ford Dealer WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open EvenlnfisI Open Sundays! SEE THEM TODAY I O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MO1OR COMPANY 127 WEST APPl-E STREET PHONE 105 Open Evcninrs 'till 9 o'clock Open bundays 'mi 6 o'clock ..OCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--MovlnS Miller's Transfer 153 East Crawford Avcnuo Phono 153 Prlntlnc, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand Bills!--Binding!--Calling CardjI Bill Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Sign* For Sale! All Work Fulljr Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rales! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 63. DAILY COURIER BLOC, OR PHONE RESIDENCE, »IL Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastlo Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PR G Druggist. 323 North Pitttburg Street. Phono 194. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WOMEN--Earn $1800 Dozen Scwlni. Dresses Everything furnished Materials cut. Trimmings and Instructions Experience unnecessary. Write. Qaullty Dress, Church Annex. P. O Box 245, N. Y WOMEN WANTED--Address our catalogs 2c each paid Jn advance plus bonuses Everj thing Supplied Free Details Furnished Royal Products, G P. O. Box 164, Brooklyn. N Y. Merchandise Buildings, Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Patching that Email break in the kitchen wall or plastering every wall in the house. we can furnish your needs Stone Work Phone 1700 Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES-SI 35 per b«g. 413 E. Washington Ave Phone 865-R. FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY I HERES BOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. There you Mill find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dal,y Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for Just tho things--3 ou havo for sale. NOTE: All classified ads are pay* able In advance You will find our rates In the abovo Classified Heading Fuel. Feed, Fertilizer! 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Hun of mlno coal, 100 bu« 8c delivered. 50 b u . PC delivered. 25 bu. J2c delivered Cash Phone 2037. Frank. Koballi LKMONT COAL--12c bushel, delivered An amount delivered. Used brick, £6 ptr M. Francis Hanlon Phone 1854-R. GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price Wm. Dull Son. Phone 1QT or call Dawson. 3261 and 3631. JUNIATA COAL--12c biu.be]. cash, delivered 25 bushel o dcrs also delivered Robert Welsh. Phor.e 4121-R-12. WANTED--Housckccper._carc of home and children Near Grccnsburg Address Box 750. care Courier. Help Wanted--Male 33 COAL--Best grade 0-ft. coal. Prompt deliver} for any amount. Gerald Schomcr Phone 1091. Household Goods 59 AGENTS-Canvasscrs. House to llousc FOR LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 Dealers Get our Deep Cut-Price Offer for Blair Quality Products--Sensational Premium Plan* Send No Mono. $600 Outfit Free Blair. Dcpt 1103, Lvrtch- burg. Va USED CARS' SCE OUR SELECTION! I E E VAN SCOY. INC.. I 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. ' Financial Need Money YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phono 34 FOR SALE--1937 Plymouth DcLuxc four- door Sedan. 12,000 miles. 815 N. Jcffcr- I son Street. Livestock Business Service Business Service Offered 18 ranees $1000 and up. living room suites. $1500 and up: washing machines. $1*. 00 and up. guaran teed, radios electric. $500 and up pianos, $1000 and up Also big bargains In other furniture DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PtACH ST PHONE 50 HI-GRADE--SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM. LIVING ROOM. BEDROOM SUITES YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE I MERVIS FURNITURE CO PHOJ1E 2020 Wearing Apparel 65 Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 49 TRY DENNY S BAEY CHICKS--For money making flocks Blood tested Popular breeds 95% livabllity guaranteed. J. F Denny, Youngwood, Pa Phone 281. LADY'S COAT--Size 38 practically new Price reisonable. 404 E. Washington Avenue. Phone 1451-R FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVER1NGS PHONE 9645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE-- ' ns your phone Just call 02 or 13 and All kinds James R Laughlln--INSUR- ! your needs will soon be met without any ANCE See me for rates 309 First further trouble on your part. National Bank Building Phone 520 | YOU'LL COME across practically everything you need If you look over the Classified Section every day. AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away Let us explain our yearly low rate on consecutive advertising. Phono 12 or 13 EXCHANGE what you don't need for what you do through a Classified ad here j Ads THE_QUICKEST_WAY to get what you want Is to -use one of these Classified TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE I I J I 2 22 3*7 16 13. 17 10 38 31 5--Dull r t--Australian ACROSS 1 -- A nine days 26 -- Discolors devotion 28-- Anger "O-Bcam 31 -- Man's name 10 -- The flora of 32 -- Stripe 35-- Day (abbr.) 36 -- Children's nurses (Orient) 38 -- Goddess of death (Norse) 40-- A size of paper 41 -- Dish of sea soned meat 12--Edges of £, roof 14--Fuss 16--Keep afloat 19--Monks 27--A brood of pheasants 29--Highway 32--Man's nickname a region 11--Pronoun 13--Sparkling 15--Natural 17--A loose hanging; shred 18--Eggs 19--Small depressions 22--Put of! 24--Ridge of glacial drift DOWN 20--Of the same 33--Exclamation kind 34--A weight for 21--Possessing nails ears 37--Symbol fc' 23--Terrestrial methyl 25--Edit 30--Behold 1 Answer to previou* puzzle and vegetables 1--A hunter 2--Norse gi 3--City in Prussia 1--A crank (slang) _C--Funeral gongs G--Man's name 7-By 8--External covering of a tree 10--Indian warriors Copjnjht. I?W. Kinj Fcinuci SjodKitr, Inc., Wanted--To nor 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS I THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE PAY YOU IN CASH FOB ALL THAT YOU BRING IN pzn POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms bath all conveniences. 121C Chestnut Street Phone 287-W. FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, all con vcnlcnces. private bath 1203 Chcstnu St Phone 163 THBEE FURNISHED ROOMS--Electrl refrigerator, private bath Two person only. 204 Davidson Avc. Phone 017. Real Estate for Rent Houses for Rent FOR RENT--Six room modern dwcllinj J. Donald Pcrter. Phone 703 -cl Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR REOTI T. C PHALIN. SO CONNELLSVILLE PA PHONE 075 Farms and Land for Sale Real Estate for Safe Houses (or Sale 84 ton SALE'--FOR SALE! MALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located in Conncllsvillc. Scottdnlc, Everson, Pica-salt and rural *cctlon; ot Fayette County Sold on small down payments, balincc on monthl Installments, 5 to 13 cars to pa Only 51, Interest, finance chirge If Interested, kindly write, phone or call In person FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY. «5 SECOND NATL BANK BLDG T. D. GARDNER. MGR HONE 1375 CONNELLSVILLE, PA. 1OUSTON AVENUE. 216 -- Six room frimc house with bith. In the very best of condition Immediate possession Priced to sell at SI 500 Inquire, Paul Wasoncr. 1009 West Crawford Avenue Phone 148 OR SALE--Six room house \\llh bith and furn ice Two lots Fair\lcw Avenue $2.200 Inquire Hobcrt Norris Phone 505 'OH SALE--509 Race Street, large family house, steam heat. fttraKe Suitable duplex. J Donild Porter Phone 758 'OR SALE--Modern five room house Austin Avenue. Cheap Inquire o£ Mrs Tolh. Lots For Sale 85 EXCELLENT BUILPING LOTS--Break, neck Road just outside of City Limits Priced to sell John Frlsbcc. Phone 331. Wanted--Real Estate 8! VANTED--To hear from owm'r of fan for lale for spring delivery. W. E Hawlcy, Baldwin. Wi« Auctions--Legals Local Notices. PUBLIC SALE Saturday. February 11, 193P, at 2 01 o clock P. M. at Newell. Pa By virtue of an order of the Orphans Court of Fayette County Pcnnslvanla, 1 irocccdinBs In the estate of Hallle A Severs deceased, flt No. 155 Dcccmbe Term, 1938 the undersigned will expos to sale at public outcry on the premise it the corner of Fourth Street and Mille Street Ncv-cll (formerly the village Marchand). Jefferson Township, Faett County, Pcnnsylvnla at the time afore said. The follow InK described tracts of lands FIRST--Lot No 69. Village of Marchan or Newell, fronting fifty (50) feet on Ml' ler Street and extending back, of c\c width 125 feet to Blackberry Alley, which Is erected o two-story frame 1 room house and double stable or garage SECOND--Lot No 68. Village Marchand or Newell, fronting 50 feet o Miller Street and running back of eve width along Fourth Street. 125 feet t Blackberry Alley THIRD--Part of lot* 83 and M VIllaB of Marchand or N-well, fronting 33 le on the North Side of Third Street ex tending Northerly of even width alon Plum Alley. 100 feet, on which is erccte two-story, double frnme 0 room dwell ing FOURTH--One acre of land, JcfTcrbon Township, Fayette County. Pennsylvania, situate at the Intersection of the Lucy- ville-Fcrry Road and the Grcenficld-Con- ncllsvllle Road, on which Is erected R six room, frame dwelling and garage. Sold lands will be exposed to sale and sold under and subject to the following judgments and mortgage, \\hlch arc now enb thereon: n) Judgment of Peoples Bank and Trust Company, California, Pcnnilvanla, vs Frank Dcvcrs and Joseph F Dc\crs 36Q December Term, 1936, Court of Common Pleas of Fayette County for $475 00 with Interest from April 9. 1936, and costs of *1B 11. (b) Judgment of Peoples Bank and Trust Company. California. Pennsylvania, vs. Frank Devers and Joseph F Dcvcrs, No. 387 Dec. Term. 1035, Court of Common Pleas of Fayette County, for $500 00 with interest from February 15. 1936, and costs of $16 11 (c) Mortgage held by George C Dressier against Frank Devers ditcd March 3, 1031, recorded March 4 1931 in Mortgage Book 206. page, 177, Recorder's Ollcc, CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE TOOTS LEMOINE, her head as ncatlys calloped as it I myself had done the job, sailed into the room "Morning, officer," ahc said breezily, seating herself and lighting aclgareL "What's the charge?" Ellis smiled slowly. "It isn't driving without n license--" "No? ' She laughed heartily. I could see she was enjoying herself and looking forward to some minutes of fun. "And it isn't exceeding the speed limit--" "No?" "And it isn't petty larceny--" "Maybe you got the wrong party, big boy!" "Maybe." Ellis' smile deepened. He presented a picture of amused innocence. But the picture, in fact, was too perfect A man could not be as innocent as he looked And back, far back, of his amused exterior, there was something not noccnt and not amused There was something dangerous. I glanced to Phil, he ahead ·Mavbc . . chief was saying. "By tho way, Miss Lemolne, I haven't congrato tatcd you on your engagement 1 ' Her gaze narrowed. "Meaning wliat "Nothing at all' I .merely thought that with a couple of mil lions to play around with you won't have to bother any more with email fry." Toots' good humor evaporated, "Say, just what are you trying to get at?" The chief's air of innocence vanished. "I think you catch on," he «ald. "Yeah? Well, jou'rc talking was Blaring «ttalgltt yes; maybe no," the Creek to me, brother!" She leancc back in hi*r chair and blew a series of complicated smoke rings into the ftir. "Perhaps " suggested Mclntyrc "he means that a word to tho wise is sufficient." "1 don't get you, mister." Sh crushed her cigarct in an ash tray "And maybe you two'd better be sort of careful how you talk to roe Mrs. Richard WIthcrspoon is dame to be reckoned with, anc don't you forget it!" "Sorry 1" Mac was at once con trite. "But aren't you overlooking something?" ·Huh?" "There's an oil saying you'll do well to rcmembir. It goes some thing like this: 'There's many slip betwixt the cup and the lip.' And he chuckled audibly as Toots her sails decidedly trimmed rushed from the room, banging th door behind her. "Another of your mysteries!" ac cuaed Phil. "Come clean! Don't yoi tru^t us 0 " "Sure--like I trust my own mother, which I don't' That woman is forever sneaking hot water bot tics into the bottom of my bed!" Ellis objected: "You don't giv ic a chance to learn a thing! I told ou I was running this show." "Sorry. I'll do better next time." Our next witness was the little ;irl from the South, Miss Glad Vcitcott, but she contributed little r nothing to the case. This was, he explained, her first visit to the Janor. She was a former school- lato of Daphne Withcrspoon's: daphne and Richard had visited "icr In Atlanta the summer before ihe was terribly fond of them both, and juit knew they had lOthing to do with ' these dreadful murders." The chief let her go after a qucs- ion or two Mac lived up to his iromise and aoid nothing. I wondered why he had not asked her whether or not she were in love with young Richard (I had told lim of her cry at Toots' announcement), but cither he overlooked .his angle or considered it of no mportance His method of inquiry ;rcatly pu?z!cd me. He ignored al- ogether direct accusation, and seemingly preferred to drop sly lints and warnings as bait for fu- ,urc developments. Not once had he mentioned the attack on Phil in the salon. Not once had he so much as alluded to :hc precious piece of tissue paper rlad I been running things--but I was not--so why go into that? Following the going of Glad Wescott, Hawkins arrived to announce luncheon. I, for one, was ready to cat 1 "Mrs. Greely has arranged a table for you in the dining room," he informed ua ' Thanks." Mac unwound his long leg! from the back of his chair. "Cr--Hawkins'" "Yes, sir?" "Any of the gentlemen in the house give you a pair of shoes recently'" "Shoes, sir?" The butler's nose quivered. "No, indeed, sir." "All right; that's all." "Thank you, sir. Shall you be coming In to lunch '" "Immediately. What about you, Ellis hesitated: "I don't believe so," he said regretfully. "I have some things to do in town." "So? Well, no doubt you'll be acy this afternoon? "Kight ' Ho buttoned himself Into his topcoat. "111 bo back." "A dollar to a dime," Mac said when he had gone, "that our friend Ellis is headed for the Kirby hotel! ' And without further comment ho headed for the dining room. "Elsie!" he touched my arm as we went along. "How would you like to do a bit of detective work?' "Swell 1 " "Good! This is what I want you to do. When we are seated at the table jou will suddenly remember something* that requires your attention in the salon--" I made immediate protest: "But, I'm hungry!" "I'll see that you get a sand, wich later. It is necessary to do this during the lunch hour, while the guests and family are not in their rooms." "Do what?" I inquired warily. My stomach did not like his idea a little bit. "I want ou to slip Into every bedroom in the house and count tho shoes in the closets " 'Oh! But suppose I'm caught?" "Small danger of that ' "How am I to know the number of shoes that should be in the closets?" The scheme was sounding less and less appetizing. Mac grinned "And I thought you had ,1 brain or two tucked under that brick top of yours!" "I have!" "Then use it! Count the shod and leave the rest to me " "Oh, all right! ' I agreed crossly. "But for Heaven's sake give me a chance to put a little something in my poor stomach before I set out on your wild goose chase!" "After you, my dear," he said gallantly, and bowed me into the dining room. Deliberately, and smiling my sweetest, I tripped past him -- but not before my three-inch heel nad contracted squarely with the too of .one of his beautifully shincd patent leather oxfords! * W « The second floor of the Manor was silent To all Indications it v.as quite deserted. I crept along: the corridor, debating whether or not to knock upon each door before entering or to plunge boldly inside. I did not feel any too cheerful. A plate of soup and a cracker, which is as far as I had got when Mac gave me the signal, are not conducive to the spirit of adventure. ^ It was with a decidedly smiting sensation nt the pit of my stomach that I tapped lightly upon the first door to my left. There was no reply and I passed quickly Inside. I was in a small, darkened room that was distinguished by the dozens and dozens of religious prints stuck at crazy angles on the wall and by the tall Ivory cross suspended from a cell- ing hook above the narrow, single bed. It needed no detective to know that this was Miss Henrietta Wil- loughston's apartment. The closet was at one end of tin room, and a mess it was if ever I saw one. Clothes, shoes and hats looked as if they had been wadded Into tight balls and thrown haphazardly into the shallow recess. It took me a good five minutes to sort the shoes from the rest of the stuff, but I did manage to extract four pairs of well-worn walking brogues, a pair of house slippcra and a pair of satin evening pumpa from the debris. I set down the figures in Mac's notebook, rammed the shoes back where I hid found them, and hurried on to the next room. This time I found myself in ft closet more to my liking. If I had not been as nervous as s. cat, 1 could have spent some time in admiration and envy of the rows and rows of lovely frocks and gowns and suits that hung neatly from their padded hangers As it was, 1 handled them flcetingly and turned my attention to scouting for footwear. (To IJe Continued) Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 AUDITORS REPORT. Fajctte County. For School Year Ending July 4, 193S VnnderbUt Borough School District. Assessed Valut of Heal Estate. S153 265--Mills Levied 35. Number Assessed with Per Capita, 407--Rat« Per Capita Tax $500 Per Capita Property 1 2,485 00 - ' ~ 0925 ; 2,584 25 Amount Levied 1937 Duplicate Pcnaltiis Added October 1st. 1937 Total TJX to be Collected 1937 Tax Returned ,, ,, ... Not Filed or Returned ,, _ Net Amount of 1937 Collections Balance on hand July 5th, 1937 General Fund $ 222 64 Property Tac. 1937 - 3.00091 Per Capita Tax. 1937 524 w Delinquent Tax Previous to 1937 1 030 90 Stale Appropriations 7,057.25 Deposit by B S Means (Nov 23 1938) . _ 91036 Tempo-ary Loans ,, ,, 3,500 00 All Olher Sources 3280 Tolal Receipts to July 5th. 1938 $ 10 881 80 Supervisors and Teachers Salaries $ 5.74260 Textbooks 882 87 Supplies of Instruction 478.35 Attending Teachers' Institute 10244 Tuition 442.20 Commencement Expenses 23.95 Other Expenses of Instruction 2,059 31 ·2494 5.364 27 14833 5,512 CO 2.511 69 3.00091 Total 7.849J7 247.58 8,09685 2,511 69 2,0!9 31 3.52585 9814 45000 17372 12622 4349 , Wages of Janitor , Fnvctte County. Pcnnslvanla. conveying Fuel linds above described Debt S6 000 000 Light and Power with interest from May 3, 1935 and the Janitors Supplies sum of $31 50 advanced from premium on Other Expenses of fire insurance policies, with interest there- Operation 8 61 on from October 1C, 1D37. State Retirement (d) Judgment of Peoples Bank and Board 8115 Trust Company. Ciliforma. Pennsylvania. Insurance .. 55 00 vs. Fnnk Devcrs and Joseph F Dcvcrs. Compensation _ 3104 No. 152 March Term. 1937, for ?500 00 with Sccrctarv's Salary 75 00 Interest from January 14, 1937, and costs Office Expenses ,, 200 of *1I 13 Tax Collector 20172 Tcrmt of Sale. Auditors 16 00 Ten percent of bid in cash on day of Appropriated by B S sale, one third of balance In cash on day Means 910 36 of confirmation of sale by the Orplnns' Expense of C'cncral Court, and the remaining two thirds In Control 3800 two equal annual paments, to be Upkeep of Grounds 26729 evidence by purchaser's bond and sc- I Debt Service 2 562 50 cured by mortgage on the premises con ' Repair to Building 450 45 tainlng sixty day scire facias and ap- i Repairs to Lighting propriate insurance and tax clause, the 1 and Plumbing 664 00 $13 928 00 deferred payments to bear Interest at the I rate of six percent per annum. ' Balance on Hand July 4th, 1938 This sale Is made for the payment of [ General Fund $ 295386 decedent's debts, subject to approval by | SINKING FUND the Orphans' Court of Fayette County. Balance on Hand July and return of sale, and petition for con- 4th. 2937 FOR SALE--16B ACRE FAIX.M--2 mile and return of sale, and petition for con- 4th. 5937 $ 2420 from City, large barn, housr in best of | flrmation thereof will be presented to thr Received from Gencnl condition, harduood floors, bath and Court on March 6, 1939. at 1000 o'clock | Fund 61000 biscmcnt I A M.. or as soon thereafter as the mat- Paid Out 1937 to re- DUNBAR--Three properties, consisting of 2-four room apartments, six room house, store room and shop 2 500, WM P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 17CO FOR SALE--48 acre farm Land and buildings in good condition Orchard, seven room house, furnace, electricity, telephone, \\atcr in house. One mile north west of Scottdale See Frank Mlcdel or Phone Scottdale 4112-R-5. tor may be heard. The rlgh* to reject any and all bids and to adjourn the sale of slid lands or any part thereof Is hereby reserved MARY E KERR. Executrix of Halllc A Devcrs. Deceased Itlgbec. Lcwellyn Higbce. Attorneys 14-Jan -3t-sat. deem Bond 500 00 Paid Out 1937 Interest on Bords 11000 Balance July 5th 1938 $ 2420 Hazel E Clclltmd, George W Bradv, Jr, J Wade Addis. Auditors 7Jan-3t-sat A FEW MINUTES spent In looking over the classified ads each day will save you irnny hours and dollars in getting just what you uant THERE IS n friendly spirit In The I ALL THE BEST opportunities in Con- Courier Classified Department which ncllsville and vicinity are to be found in makes It a pleasure to use this depart- one place--Tho Classified Section mcnt For results, try our service | I IF YOU DON T see what you w int among these ads, advertise 3 oursclf to morrow GET GOOD MONSY for our extra household goods Put them on view through a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker ITS HARD to flnd fault with the I Classified Section . . because ou can find practically everv thing else you need EACH OF these adb brings torcthcr two people--advertiser and reader--for their t mutual benefit and satisfaction. SPEND HALF is much for twice much by shopping through the classified ads YOU KNOW WHAT 5 ou want and a Courier Classlfcd ail-taker can tell you how to go about getting It Phone 12 or 13 SHOP sensibly and the classified acij. savingly through THE DISTANCE YOUR money depends on whether you are a regular reader of the Classified Section or not STEP FORWARD and saj "Hero." whenever a classified opportunity seems to be calling specially for'you. CLASSIFIED ADS an nil your nccdi goes without cmptlng your purse SAVE TIME Classified uaj and trouble--rent the A ' ROOM AND BOARD ' ad here can soon rent that empty room of yours. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices 91 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estate of J L Proudfit, deceased, late of ConnelKvllle. 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 pament to tho 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 Connellsvillc, Pa. Higbce Lew ells n A: Higbec. Attorneys. Conncllsvillc, Pa 14-Jan -6t-sat, EXECUTORS' OTICE. Notice Is hereby given that letters testamentary on tho estate of John C Mjcrs. deceased, late of Morgan Station. Fajette County. Pa have been granted to tlie undersigned, to whom nil persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment and these having clilms against same, will make them known without delay. lona L Whipkcy. Executrix, Morgan Station, Pa. Franc! 1 ! M Richcy, Conncllsvllle. Pa Hifibee Lev.clln Higbec, Attorneys. Conncllsvllle Pa 14-Jan -6t-sot ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICF. The Estate of Cora B F.iirchlld deceased late of Vai dcrbllt, Fa cttc County. Pa Letters of Administration in the nbove estate hiving been rrantcd to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all pcr- sonK indebted to the said decedent to make pajmcnt to the undersigned without delay, and all persons hiving clitms or demands aralnst Mild rstntc nix- requested to mike known the name Wllford C Filrihlld, Ailmlnlstralor, Vandcrbilt. Pa Higbcc Lewcllvn Higbce Attorney Conncllsvllle, Pa 14-Jnn -dt.«, MAKE BOTH ends meet--Use n Classified nd and KC* n buvcr. PHONE 12 or 13 for on Ad-laker Wife Preservers tljou lose the imill screw from an ordinary door Knob )oumay temporarily remcay the atua' on bj trarafcrring the fcrtw from mother door Out is htlle used, such as one from a closet in a gpu« "Inside" Story Before a Senate committee. Attorney General Frank Murphy explains that as Governor of, Michigan ho never sanctioned sit-down strikes, and that he v.ithheld literal enforcement of law in order to pro-' vent bloodshed and bitterness which' might have lasted for years. Louis C. Scott NYA Supervisor For District 4 PITTSBURGH, Jan 21.--Appointment of Louis C. Scott as acting sup- civi'or ot the Notional Yo'jth Administration in Distuct 4, was announced today by Walter S. Cowing, St.ite youth director. Prominently identified with youth welfare activities in Western Pennsylvania, Mr. Scott will immediately imc his new duties of administering the NYA program in district ·4 counties including Allegheny, Armstrong, Blair, Bedford, Cambria, Fnyettc, Denver, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Somerset, Washington and Woslmoi eland Mr. Cowing also announced that the new district and Allegheny county headquarters will be located in the Old Business High school, Bedford avenue and Fullcrton street. As assistant to J W. McGowan, formci district NYA supervisor, Mr. Scott was a pi eminent force m establishing and maintaining numcr- our construction and production projects and aided in developing and expanding programs for out-of- schooi and unemployed youth. To Smash U. S. Fleet. TOKIO, Jan 21 --The newspaper Kokumin declared editorially that "the Japanese people are determined to smash the American fleet" if the United States intends "to get a political foothold in China" by fortifying the Guam and Wake Islands.

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