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PAGE SIX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7, Classified Announcements Card ot Thanks MANKIS--Wo like this means ot thanking our many friends and kind nclfehaors [or the klndress and sympathy extended \ s during the Hlness and following the death of our bcJovecl father Chirles Manklni Especially do we tharjk tl L membcis of the choli who Mng thObc \%ho so kindly, fur- ni^hed CT*S intl all v,ho assisted in anj way The Inmily In Mprooriam 9UINN--In loving mcmorj oC Jas J CJulnn who pissed ivav one year ipo today February 7th J9JB Sadl rribscd b^ «-lstcr Mrs T L 1 igan and Mi;, 'Mirf'trc Filkcr jerj* and biotl e~ Mlchiel Quinn Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Obtt SPECIAL IOR TO!3A\i Will Dcmonstiatc Anytime or An \vVn_ie 1 l^JB CHEVROLET TO\VN SEDAN- DELUXE M O D L L l / S I D SLJGHTLY AS DEMONSTRATOR FULLY EQUIPPED WITH SEVT COVFRS FOG LIGHTS PAKTL FI ECTTUC CLOCK DELUXE STEFPI\G WEILEL AND DELUXE RADIO FLLLY GUAR A1\TEED1 DOWN PAYMFNT $22328 BlLANCfc IN 18 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OP 52" 05 FIRE THEFT AND COLLISION 1KSJR- AVCE INCLuDCD IN ABOVE PAYMENTS G M A C TERMS' (The Woild s Bcjt) MASON 1 MOTOR COMPAQ CHEVROLET SALES 5. SERVICE 127 W APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 f ARMERS LET LS HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 HERBS HOW-You can Ind markei lor your farm products your farm implements your dairy products your live stock ard household goods by rurtnirg a small Inexpensive ad tn our Clasblfied Section The: c you will Gnd many people who wait to become your customer or buvcr The rural circulation ot The Doily Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read b ma ly people who are looking for jus the things you ha\c for sale NOTE All classified arts a-c payable in ad\ i-icc You will find our rates n ti e abo\e Classified Heading Fuel Teed rertHIzcrs COOD LUMPY -- Hun of mine coal DO bu Be, de acred 0 hu 9c delivered 25 bu 12t delivered Cas»h Phone 2037 F ank Koba IT GENUINE--Washington Run Coal Low price \\ m Dull , Son Phone 107 or cnll Da\\son 32C1 and 3C31 Household Goods 50 Oper Evening Open Sunday si FOH SALE--APT f r t c i t electric washc ^ludio coiict" flit top clerks dre^Bcrs das beds coil -ind gT. langcs and lots o£ othci iiticlcs it bartnln puces DJLI S STORAGE 12- EAST PEACH STREET P1JONL DO AUDITORS' REPORT OF THE ROAD DISTRICT O^ DUNBAR TOWNSHIP FAYETTE COUNTY, JANUAHV 3 1938 to Januiiy 2 1933 RLCFIPTS Balance on Hand (Gen Fund) Jan 4 1933 ,, ,, ,, ,, $ ^57 13 Tsa M Bums--3938 Taxes ,, - 1981057 Isa M Burns--Old Tax Dupliciteb - ~ » 122 GG Coun Treas irer--Tjnseated Land Ta'C 24076^ Loanb on Ccitilicates of Indebtedness 1000000 Liquor License Beverage Tax V 213334 Game Preserve Tax .. ,, 127 08 Mo or Violationi 50 00 Hcntal of Road Machinery - 221485 Unexnerdcd Balance of Fufnan Account 114588 Foreign Fire Insurance 10851 Refund on Gis Bill ~ ~ 1152 HI -CR4.DE-- SLIGHTLY USED DINING ROOM LIVING ROOAt BEDROOM SUITES \OUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE ·MERVIS FURNITURE CO PHONE 2020 FOH SALE--Comblna Ion ga i-mge In qulrr* 1009 W Cnv.ford Ave Paul Wagoner SEE OLR UOVDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE LSED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USLD CAR LOT AND ON T*CE SECOND FLOOR OP OOR GARAGE PICK YOURS OLT TODAY! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY WEST CRAV.FORD WE PHONE 407 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 USED CARS! SEL OUR SELECTION! f E E V A N SCOV DSC 259 E CRAWFORD A-VE- PHONE-243^ VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CARS S21 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 Business Service Business Service Ottered 18 FISHERS trt'HOLSTERY AWNIMSS FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVEIUNGS PHONE 9645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -AH kinds James R Laughiin--^SUR- AJvCD Sco mo for rate-. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520 Moving. Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 30 DULLS TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE PA "FOR BEST SERVICEI ' Modern Storage For Household Goods IV anted--To Buy EXTRA C\SH FOR -lOU--Blfi prices pi d fo- o d j,old rmi,v bridRe\\ork uatch case*- fit Rutherford i 11G Pi tbburt, Si Stntfdilc SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS) _THfcN_ BRING THEM TO Tl-ffi C CURIER_ OFFICE WILL PAY YOU IN CASE! FOR ALL THAT VOL BRUvG IN AT 5c PLB POUND Rooms and Board Rooms for HonseKeepinc 63 FOR RFNT--Two furnished rooms for Iitht nou-=.keeping 1JI9 Vine Street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Miller s Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone IBS HAULING--\nd delivering coal Inquire Joseph L KcfEer Phono D"u\SDn 4942 Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORKl Hand Btllst--Bindlngl--Catline Cards) BUI Htacls'--Lette- Headsl For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cardsi No Trespassing Sign* For Salel All Wo k Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Ra*csl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT FHOK 05 DAILY COURIER BLDG OS PHONE RESIDENCE 81 Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Hosle-y and other surgical appliances A A. Clarice. PH. G DniRfiist, 323 North Pittsburs Strc e t Phone 194. FURNISHED APARTMENT--Privile tilo bath hot \vater htit Buaintss p o- fessionnl people preferred 1220 South P ttbburgh St FOR Rt-N I--Smal» nicely furnished Tpartr~cnt. suitable Cor man and ·wi 508 E Patterson A've Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Keal Estate ITS UP TO YOU--What ihall it be in ten vtarb at S25 a month?--a bunth o£ old rcn* receipts or i S3 000 home Terms! PETER R "WLIMFR WEIMEA ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENTl T C PHALEN SO CONNELLSVILLE PA PHONE 075 Houses for Sale , FOR SALE--Six room frime housf M h steam heat 2 lots South feice 5JOOD ' SEVEN ROOM FRAME HOLSE--Bith I s can heal 5 acrci of land Near Johnston School $2 500 ROBERT NORRIS PHONE 5C5 Employment Help Wanted--Female WANTED--Ei.peiicnccd ·white girl 21 jeais or older for gcnc"aV housework Must furnish the best of rcfererces Capible ·with children Sti nigh Is Good wages Write ' AInid care Count Situations Wanted--Female 36 WANTED -- Housekeeper position by middle ugod -widow reliable and honest Prefer business couple o- Moll cr- Icss horrc Write 507 South High St, Scoltdale Pa EXPERIENCED GIRL--^Vanls work m store o~ housc\% ork b dny "Vlary Hutzel, Davvson, Pa Financial Need Money- HOUSTON AVENUE 2.B -- Six room frame house with bith In the very best of condition Immediate possession -Priced to scil at $1300 Inquire Paul ttaKone- 1009 West Crawford Avenue Phone 148 FOR SALT--Sl. room house a id siv ac"es Just outs de of City Limits WM P McNULTY EAGLES BLDG PHONX 1760 Auctions--Legals Notices 91 Total Receipts Total Expenditures Balance on Hand (Gen Fund) Jan 2 IS39 EXPENDITURES Mon illy iVectings of Super i c ors Co-npci«aiion of Secret iry-Treasurer Competition of Sollc lor Compensation of Auditors ,, _ -- Competition of T"vx Co Icctoi Preniurn on Tax Collector*. Bend Postage and Printing of Tax Collector Advertising nd Affidavits Pi in ins and FiHnp Audit Towrjthip SUitioneiy Rent Hc-U 11 c. Light ot Meeting PJace Tjithts fo Voting House Tvo 5 The PiolecUon Hemo\ Tl o£ Snov. Signs and Inde\ Boards - .. Rcp-ii t, to Tool and Machinery Resurfacing of ^cnds Widening ot Jtcnd*, Reconstruct 1 on of Roads fteconstiuction of Bridges New Tools and Machinery Notes Mitminff (Loan) In tci c-Jt on Notes S ate TIN. on Indebted! ess Unpaid BHlt, ol Prioi \ears Unpud Pajrollb ot 1937 Other Miscellaneous Expenditures Listed Annual Supervisors Convention C Lr ind F Insurance Road Buildc Magazines Tirp nil n*. _ Garafic Rent ,, - -- CompiH ig Tax Duplicate .. TM Total Expenditures Statement of Taxes 1937 Duplicate Bi! nee Due on 1037 Duplicate t \o inat on** Personal -snd Propcrlj Retu-ntd to County Treasurer Paid b Ca-h Pcmlly Colltcted on 1937 Ti%e; SWteinent of Taxes 1938 Duplicate To al Duplicite 1938 Credi Hcbnte Paid by Cibh Less Penalty of §5 00 Bilnncc due on 1933 Duplicite (at Face) MAtement of Sinking Fund DT mcc Jin n r \ 4 1938 _ jpons P id E U T K Bilmcc J a n 2 1939 ~ RbSOURCES Ci=;h on Hand In Gcnrrul Fund Ci*h on 7( ltd in Sinking Funt. Due From Tax Collector on l fl 3B Cupllcalc Due From Count\ On Lnpald Ta cs Va Lie oC ToM.nj.hlp Real Estate - Value of Township Machinery Too s Tciil ~ - «. LIAB1L.ITIFS Outstanding Band Notes ~ _ Outstanding To\\n^hlp Bonds LnpaJd B( K .. _ Unpiid PTvrolls-- F U R L ic Fr tzler--December 16 31 1913 ,, -- T-rtd \ V r r h n j ton--December 16 1i 1930 Jnck: Cochran--December 16-31 1938 Tot il r«iu e! Civ i«d OJl Co Fc.%vjrcl Baer Hardware Co Fas te Auto \V"eckinG Corn-)! y Biker s GanRt Rcccl Mo or Company J D McOlU Sis idnrd Cnr u,e i A Fro We t Perm PQv.f CD Woodward iM--\ iro Stitlon Brmkci- Suoifv Co Ccir«Hdi(f] Coal £. Suppiv Co - _ ^ John Ktstntr \ \ t l l t i m P M c N u l l j Oppnnn Auto Put Is Co -_ J f GEa bun Fiisl iTtioni! B i r k DIWSOJI Bhcc J Cnjhort « Dunhai t irern in Relict Asi n J A \V oodwa^d y^ _ -- ,, . Andrew C FroiLK "^ ~ M f c t j U J Iiportc ·VVtlllam HolTMd \SfM Side "Hotel - ,, M i r t i n A u t o \Vreckcrs William 1 \\hlpke% ~ Eucld i Sf MCC Station J tck CocJi rsn ,, -- -Road Builder Magiiine New C fctlc Lime ind Stone _ fhe Courier Paul tnd Harry Jio^lci Seart. . Roebuck Company Gcorre . Tohb Miller H L Spjrks CoTiinonwt iith of Penna Isa M Burns .. SmiJei Hirdv. j e C a r r p i n v K earns B-os Eir! R Kcsblcr Starda d Oil Co o r Pcnna Weil Sid*- Motor Company West Side Auto Wrn.klnj, _ Oppcrm-in 1 ; Supreme Sc"\ C \ille DIG Tnd Mttal Stamping Co Youth Motor Companv Abe 3 Dinicls TM Edgar Lcproof *, Ml Braddock Coal Co .. E I Dupont Compiny ,, ^ A A Brov. n H W Fmdloy K Union r \vp Suptrv i^ors Dunbar Motor Company Alber E Riser ,, J R CofTman _ ,, - __ Gcorj c W E-OS _ LOUCK s HTrd\\ire Sinbone Service Station Wiard Plow Company .. D L S. V Fire Dcpt C ville Blues one Companv Utilontown Hardware Companv Union o\".n Faint inci Gla^b Company Allied Asphait Compiry Bessemer Asphalt Company Brysor Motor Company $ 38 080 17 35S4009 244908 204 00 20000 20000 23000 506 50 10000 15000 821 447 ( 215 10000 174 6801 46711 J05 1 457 22 6 254 IT B621S 9 143 03 431 32 5 705.23 3 000 00 l i 2 4 D 164 00 1 G47 C2 1 492 55 S 2360 685 f8 1200 14 Q1 4800 6000 97.50 4 5 4 2 6 8 122 GS $ 35 640 09 S 4 762 84 4 762 84 331 25 971.24 20 805 10 $ 5 166 14 - -. 5 4 530 00 050 GO % 358000 5 2 449 08 ,, 3 580 00 5 IG5 H 13 4GfJ 01 J 000 Ot) a in on 5 000 00 1900000 Sl-100 71 W) NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Feiruary tl 1S39 applicaMon will be made to the Governor o£ the Common- weath of Pennsylvania 'or Incorporation of the Conncllsvllle School Employees Cred t Union under the pro\ sions of tt*c Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Tvo 260 approved J.1iy 26 1933 for the purpose of conducting the business of a credit union att provided by said statute $ 30 626 24 5 VI 612 ^S 1OT19 -7G1 2Gli5'i ·520 "4fl 11 17 M 10 23- 41 GSOh3 IS 51 " 00 100 00 71 30 1200 73 GO 4«7 1 no oo 2385 42 50 R-5 1MOO b5t 50 1543 446 G9 1S5 15 472% 1342 10.50 62S28 21 ij 73HS 4700 10 EO 140 7950 200 00 1230 0000 CHAPTSK FOHli JuKi-1, IS--IS IT important 7 I asxed Mac when I recalled that Mrs "SV itherspoon didn t move when I' icut her finger during the manicure ' 'I think so Tell me, Elsie, did the finger bleed 7 Bleed' I tried to think No-(no, it didn't bleed The cut made la gosh like J said and the blood sort of came to the top but It ididn. t run over It was like--like jjellv ) Phil whistled I g-lantecl f^om one tto the other What does it mean 9 It means gir 1 Mac said ' it (means that she was dead when you cut her finger "Dead 9 " I had difficulty swa [lowng ""Then--then I was work- jing' on a corpe 7 You were,' he affirmed 'Bead (bodies Elsie, don t bleed Oh' I ga-iped I couldn t have saved her 9 ' No you couldn t have saved [her It was her time to go and she ·went" Why--tha b s what Mr Horace said H.1 \er words 1 ' So where does that get us'" P il demanded ' She died half an ur earlier than \vo thought That ;t doesn t solve the mystery by whole lot ' Mac agreed "It doesn't solve the tmyster}, lad, but it helps It does thelp ' ' Well It s wa over my head " [PIul was cross If you know who did the Juihrg, as you keep hint- Urg, why don t you do something 1 bJ) U OLJ the uoor ed when Now \\hal lie dcrrand-] he had sent the count I about Ditto*' put in the chief 'Say the word and 1II get a warrant- Mac regarded them tolerantly * Ever hear the old samg There s a time and a place for e\ erj tiling * ' '£.ure, but--" 'Tins Is the place, Benson, but It isn t the time I don t know the Identity oC the killer I only suspect And if it is who I thimc it is, *ve ha\c about as much chance of provjig his crimt. as Elsie here ha of flying to the moon Our man or \,orran us no common murderer He or she is smart--clever' Our criminal left no loose ends Not one I taid anxiously But you have eliminated .Mr Richard l? Mostly, Elsie, mostly Unless Tm greaUy mistaken, he hasn't the grutfi--begging your pardon--for murdtr Stealing just about finished him 1 ' Poison. Is a woman s weapon scratching hu, head Foibon is anyone's weapon," Mac informed him his eyes twinkling HP was too old a hand to be so easily tripped, 'And that reminds rrre that I want to take a look at the laboratory upstairs Not Unt I e\pect to find the cyanide neatly labeled and waiting for me," he hastened to add, but it ^ust doesn t pay to take things for granted in this busmen \Vcll* He raised his voice inquiringly Someone was knocking I m ly come een' 7 ' A familiar voice sounded In the hall "So 1 * exclaimed Phil In a bored ione 'Our paJsj walsj the count' Wonder what he wants* ' Tirlic'" I jerked the detectives sleeve 1--I think I know what he wanU», lell him to come back in a minute " You knov,'" Mac a eyebrows wcrr in momcntarv danger of ttsi jrhng with his hair My God' Is there no end to jour ciec«t ? He looked angry I thought he would refuse my request, but he only about his .business I closed my eyes took a deep b"eat.h and began When I had Sn- ished my story of the meeang In the woods he had ro word to say He stood staring" at me as if I were some strange sort of insect ^ had never seen You take the cake Elsie' he said finally Are ou quite positive you arcn t hiding the murderer around the house somewhere ' I had the grace to flush Sorry -- an j way you know now ' 'Yes, I know NOW he echoed anJ added something about locking the barn doo~ after the horse was stolen I never knew a man so fond of quoting maxims 'So his royal highness tries his hand at blacionai.1' Phil remarked thoughtfully ' Regular blackmailers paradise this' * Mac growled 'JBveryone with something to hide and wjlung to pay to keep it hidden 1 Evidently Orsmi knows where the tissue came from, and now that the girl has turried him down, he s going to squeal ' 'But we've hunted high and low for those tissues, ' Phil reminded him "Not a soul in this house smokes hand-rolled cigarets, I can vouch for that 1 " ' Don t worry your head about at," Mac advised We 11 just wait for his rubs to return and tell us all about it f " But Mclntyre for once in his Ue, was over optimistic The count did not return to tell us all about it Ten, fifteen, twenty minutes we waited untU at last with a muttered oath, Mac jumped up and dashed out into the corridor "1 11 find that fellow tf I have to tear the place to pieces' ' he stormed ' You' ' he hailed a figure in cap and apron. "Have you seen Count Orsini" 7 ' · N o " The girl shook her head 'I see no one," she said, and passed quickly by him, darting fearful backward glances at his scowling countenance "Are you looking for someone' 'Eh 7 He spun around In the doorway of the drawjrjg room stood Daphne Witherspoon 'Yes' 1 He strode toward her "Im looking for that ex-fiance of yours ' Ex 7 " Daphne appeared amused A half smile hovered about her Isr t"it Atac** ' inquired the chief, i ""P s Aren. t you a trifle premature, Mr Mclntyre' she drawled She nodded behind her Count Orsmi is inside We have been discussing plans for a quiet and early ding "And that," remarked Mac dispiritedly, is that "How can she marry that--that clotheshorse *" I demanded indignantly of the world in general And break Mr Jeffrey's heart 7 " 'You never can tell why a girl marries a certain man," Mac returned, with a flash of his old humor 'Look at you and Phil-- ' Hush' My face felt like a four- alarm fire Phil and I were not even engaged Phil grinned, enjoying my din- comfiture Oh, I m not so bad, am I, Elsie 7 Of course I ha\en't much money, but I am good looking 1 Conceited pup'" I retorted, sticking my tongue out at him ' You II never cause Appolo any anxious moments'" "My God'" He groaned In mock despair "Will you never stop rav- 0 a OL* inai guy 7 You think ma.jlie jou ic. a v"enus 9 If \ou two want to compete for a beauty prize said atac disgusted you can stay here and compete 1 I m going to the third floor and turn that laboratory inside out.' "You re not. sneaking away from us' Not at tins stage oE the gaiie'" Phil grabbec. my hand Lead on, Macduff 1 ' My first unpression of the laboratory was that it was the cleanest, .ightcfat and most cheerful place in Lhc entire house It was white and .Inning The sun streamed in. through floor-to ceiling windows A Dool of sunlight danced m the cen- :er of a spotless tiled floor Looking upward I discovered a sk- hght Around three sides of the room, ran narrow metal tables filled w th. all soils of queer contraptions, the trappings of science' A large sink, taps gleaming, and a ro'v of fiat- topped porcelain tables set end to end, and dividing the room into identical halves, gave the impression of a modern ard up-to-date kitchen Against the fourth p waH stood a steel cabinet windowless, and with long doors, bright as mirrors, meeting m the middle The doors were fastened by a lock, wh cli now hung open, Miclntyre at sight of such shining splendor, rubbed his chin t h o u g h t f u l l y *Neverrealized science waa so clean he said Thought messing with test tubes was a nasty business Where do w e start 7 " Phil asked ' And what do we hunt 9 ' ' We start at the cabinet and we hunt cyanide " I grunted "Yqp don't think your smart murderer is leaving cyanide scattered around loose, do you 7 * ' What would you do, Elsie, if you were a murderer and had some cyanide to dispose of in. a hurry? *" I opened my eyes widely. "Sort of a purloined letter' business, you mean 7 You believe he hid it here in the laboratory \\here it wouldn t be noticed among the other poisons 7 " Elsie, I apologize'" He made me a sweeping bow You do have a brain in your head after all' Only sometimes you use it, but mostly you don't 1 Good Lord 1 ' exclaimed Phil examining the inter or of the cabinet There's enough stuff in hero to kill off an a~my f How upon row of squat-necked bottles faced us from, the glass shelves All were neatly labeled ·We begin 1 " cried Mac, and began lifting the bottles one by one, I questioned helplessly "How will we know cyanide *f and v\hen, we find it 7 " "It s rather colorless powder^ Elsie with a faint pinkish cast And it smells of bitter almond " ' I know I hope I don't stick my nose into it ' I wrinkled that organ I don t want to have another sneezing- fit" "Well, it isn't here 1 " Mac sighed some time later Foiled again, my hearties'' He twisted an imaginary mustache. Guess I'm slipning, children ' He strolled to the "windows and peered down into th% yard below 'By golly'" 'Eh 7 ' Phil ran around the table "What'" "That"* Mac pointed downward. All I could see was a shabby, bursting barrel stuffed with trash and papers "Come on' 11 he shouted. ' We re going to investigate that trash pile'" (To Be Continued* J A WOODWARD ANDREW G FRONEK MICHAEL J LAPORTE. Auditors 105 291 .4030 7045 51802 21 b8 5000 59880 G75 205 2 259 23 39900 150 Total Warrants Issued Total Payroll Toil] Expenditures Pajroll of tugcne Frailer- $ 24 461 49 11 178 60 -1938 Superintendent of Township Koids 5 35 G40 09 NEED CASH--In a hurry' We*U lend you $300 or I IAS on your bignaturo Personal FinanE.^ Company Phone 34 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE On TRADE--Dclco light J J n r t and batteries complete \ \ i l tndc for lHCbtoc.k LUL D llixon H I) V n m c i b U t Pn Buildings Btuldin? Materials 53 IF \OU ARE--Patching tliat small break in tha kitchen \\ill or plastering everv ·W.U1 in the hoi bt we cin 'uirlnh jalir ncedi Stone . "Work Phone 700 A FtAV MINUTES snent In looklns o\er the clarified ads each day will sa^e yu many hours a id dol!i~s In getting just uha jou want THE DISTANCE YOtjR money goes depends on \vhetlicr sou are a regular reader of the Classified Section or not VNCE ant. classified reading cannot ucut together Asks 310,000 Damages WASHINGTON, PT Fob 7--A collision beUveen t\\o trycks is the basis of a $10,000 damage action suit for injuues illegcd to have been iccened Julius Muchmt of Mari- anrit is suing Edgaj S Whctsell of Addison Somerset county, claiming seveic injuries in the cidbh December 23 1B38, on the BeallsMlle- Zollaisville road at an intersection Ohio Man Executed COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb 7--Without uttci ing a u 01 d, John W Cl ne 24 o£ West Elk on Ohio, uas eloc- uocutcd in the Ohio Peniteitiaiy Joi the gun mtuder oE Patio'tnan Aa on Laubach duung a Hamilton hoidup Januaij 27, 1038 aiumps Cancels Cruise Because of ontbreiiv of child ish diseases--measles mu-nps and scarle, fever--the Austrian cm sets, C-sn- beira and Sjdnei hive ct icelled usits !o New Cumei Papui a^ the ise\v Hebrides Outstanding Payroll--December--1937 Eugene Frazlcr--1938 Truck Drive s--E 357 Hours at SOc Per Hr Hcllc- Operators--293 Hou-s a 60c Per Hr Grader Operators--2D8 Hours at COc Per Hr Oil Inspector--CO Hours at 75c Per Hr Chip Inspector--44 Hours at Q5c Per H" Labor Inspector--1 717 Hours at SOc Per Hr Total Payroll of Fred Worthlngton--1938 OutsUndirg Payroll--December--1537 yred WorthI"Eton--1038 _ _ Truck- Drivers--4 ,j52 Hours at SOc Per Hr ,, Roller Operators--497 Hour;, at 60c Per Hr Grader Operator--1G3 Hours at 60c Per Hr Drillers and Shot Fircrs--80 Hours at 80c Per Hr Oil Insptctols--23 HoU'-s at 75c Per Hr Chip Inspec ors--23 Hours at 65c Per Hr Labor Inspector--309 Hours at 50c Per Hr ~ ToUl Payroll of Jack COchrane--1938 Outstindmp Payroll--December--1937 Jack Cochnnc--1933 Truck Drivers--2131 a Hours at EOc Per Hr Roller Operilor--98D '£ Hours at 60c Pe- Hr Grader Opentoi--42 , Hours at 60c Per Hr Oil Inspec or--62 Hou s at "iSc Per H-" ,, Chip Inspector--6.1 Hours at 60c Per Iir Labo --897 Hours at SOc Per Hr T-uck Rental «. Operator Less Eiror Total 44680 84300 1 414 20 l-o 80 12480 45 00 28 SQ 85850 4 03G 83 603 70 16S25 2611.20 20820 9780 4800 27I 1495 25450 4 HI 83 44205 15437 1 278 90 59190 2a50 4050 3720 44B50 600 3 030 02 100 Confluence COISFLUENCn, Fob 7 -- A laige c-oud atlerded the shotting of the revised motion picture. Ten Nights In a Barroom,' in the M E Church Thursda evening It uas given undei the auspices of the Anti-Saloon League Rev J O ]\ T art n and Rev H Knot.ll led jn opening and closing devotionals A s i l v e r offering was tiken Personals George Brovm, e*npioyed in Cleveland, Ohio, spent the v\eek-cna visiting hii pnrei ts, Jtfr and Mrs D H Brown hei e Bliss MjTtle Hopwood has rctuined o her work in Hoov C"sv lie after visiting he" parents Da and Mrs G B Hopwood, over the week-end Mis r G Beggs is visiting at the home of Di and Mis C H Ambrose m Otceo'a Mills She also plans to spend a couple of weeks with hei son-m-Iju Tnd daughtei Bev and Mrs V W Wallace, of Berwick J P McDou ell was \ isiting at the hon-c of his father-in-law and mother-m-law Mi and Mis A Pierce, in Woodlawr over the weekend Mrs McDowell has been there foi the past two weeks at the bedside of bei mother who has been ill W A Btirnworth, formerly of Confluence, now residing in Cumbeiland spent the week-end with friends ard relatives here Mrs Hazel Folk, a teacher in the Confluence schools, spent the weekend with her paien's Mi and Mrs J W-s Hembaugh m Casselman D O. K Class, Meeting: The D O R Cla^s of the M E Chutch met at the home of Mis H P. "Vteyers Fuday ^evening After a ousmess meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs Meyeis and Miss Julia Frazee P. T A. Meeting. The Febiuary meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association will be hela February 10 in the high school aucutoiium Theie will be a 'Founder's Day" piogiam A G-man is expected to speak Music will be furnished oy the Luthetan Church choii Devotional services will be in charge of Hay Hyatt, supenntendent of the Christian Chuich Sunday school Everybody is welcome Heiress Must Pay Lawser. CHICAGO Feb 7--Merry Fahrney heiress will have to pay Attorney Benjdmin Ehrhch for services rn t«o divorce suits A judgment was entered against her for $1,800 on Ehilichs claim that he represerted her in divorce suits against two former husbands She now is the wife of Count Oleg Cassim. Impersonation Cost!). PITTSBURGH, Feb 7 --Judge Frank F Patterson, sentenced, John Leonard, 28, o£ Washington, Pa, to from -three to sii. years in Allegheny county woikhouse for obtaining $15 from a night watchman by posing as- the nephew of the "boss" Artists Settle Issue. NEW YORK, Feb 7--Officials of the American Federation of Radio Artists announced its dispute with advertising agencies o\er radio artists' wages had been settled with, a two-year agxeernent. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE $ 3 029 92 Fuel Account--1938. Approxlmite Amounts Purchased Gasoline 18 13S Gal Oil 309 Gal G ca e 5 0 i Lbs Anti Freeze 13 Gal W e Hereby Certify the above report to be correct to the best oj our konvvledge To Sell RFC Notes WASHINGTON, Feb 7 --The T easur disclosed it would sell $300 000,000 \vo th of Reconstruc ion Fmancp Coipoiation notes to the public. The notes mature m three years. 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