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PAGE EIGHT, THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PA, SATUKDAV, I''Ji;tSJ.tUAUlf IS, .1U33- Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, So cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or 'More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These 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 fo ' 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 Card of Thanks KILL.NINGER--We take this means or thanking our many friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during the illness and following the death of our beloved daughter and sister, Anna Grace Killinger. We \vish to thar.k Hcv. Paul Morris, the choir, the pallbearers, those -who sent the beautiful flowers, those who so kindly furnished cars and all who assisted us in any way. Mr. and Mrs. Frod Killinger and family. . Strayed. Lose, Found 10 LOST--Black Scottic. male. Reward. Pho.ie 348. . ' Automotive Automobiles lor Salo 11 W H I L E T H E Y I, A S T I YOUR CHOICE! BIX (6) 1934 FORD V-8 DELUXE 4-DOOR EEDANS. EVERVONF IN THE VERY BEST OF CONDITION. ALL HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM. HURRY . . . COME IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE. PRICE. EACH ?!S5 The Best Or Terms. Arranged To Please You I WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FOHD DEALER. W. CRAWFORD 2nd ST. '.PHONE 40j: Open Evenings! Open Sundays! HERE IS OUR WEEK END SPECIAL I 1030 HUDSON "G" BROUGHAM- HAS NICE TAN FINISH, GOOD TIRES. GOOD Â· HEATER, INSPECTED AND READY FOR THE HIGHWAYS. DOWN PAYMENT, S125. BALANCE IN 15 MONTHLY PAYMENTS of S24.41. FIRE. THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS! G. M. A. C. TERMS! (Absolutely the best) MASON MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE. 127 W. APPLE STREET. PHONE, 105. Business Service Easiness Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UraOLSTERY, AWNINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 0045. 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL K3NDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER, MGR. GOOD. DEPENDABLE 'INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. Laughlin--INSURANCE. See me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVJCE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller's Transfer. 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Blllsl--Blndlngl--Calllnt Cards! Bill Heads!--Letter Headsl For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cardsl No Trespassing Sifinj For Sale! All Work Fully Guoranteedl All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. DAILY COURIER BLDO. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. ST. Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock Doffs, Cats, Other Pets 47 FOR SALE--Female canaries. 50c each. Phone 1736. 1008 Vine Street. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 HORSE SAlE. Saturday, February 25. 1939, at J P. M., Frick Barn, Fairchance, Pa. Terms: Cash. J. C. S tucks lager, Auctioneer, C. P. Glenn, Clerk. FOR SALE--I Fresh cow with c;ilÂ£. Andy Ztirick, Brookvalc. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS SITTING--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A- Clarice. PH. G. Druggist 323 North Plttsburg Street, Phone 19*. Open Evenings! Open Sundays I USED CABS! SEE OUR SEI^ECTIONl E. E. VAN SCOY. INC.. S59 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. LAJIGE SELECTION USED C/vRS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 155 S. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WOMEN--Earn $1B.OO Dozen Sewing Dresses. Everything furnished. Materials cut. Trimmings and Instructions. Experience unnecessary. Write. Quality Dress, Church Annex, P. O. Box IMS, K. Y. WANTED--Aeent fcr Newton Products, Inc. in vicinity of Moycr, Pa. Good commisslcns and bonuses. Write Mr. Clair E. Mullen, Dist. Mgr.. 109 First St.. South Connellsville. WOMEN WANTED--Address our catalogs. 2c each paid in advance plus bonuses. Everything Supplied. Free Details furnished. Royal Product;', G, P. O. Box 164, Brooklyn, NvY. WANTED--Housekeeper, 35 to 40 years old, to live on chicken farm. Write Box 400, care Courier. ' XOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. A FEW MINUTES spent in looking over the classified ads each day will save you many hours and dollars in getting just what you want. STEP FORWARD and say '"Here," whenever a classified opportunity seems to be.calling specially for you. Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED--A nuin to represent, the Holland Furnace Company in Connellsville area. One who has sales ability and can handle men. Salary and commission. Applicants sec Mr. E. H. Walters, 113 E. Main St., Union',o\vn, Pa. 1 OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near ,' as your phone. Just call 12 or 13 and ; your needs will soon be met without any j further trouble on your part. PHONE 12 or 13 lor an Ad-taker. SHOP sensibly and the classified acls. savingly through TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 23 IO n 31 IS 35 2 38 ACROSS 1-- High tern- 24-- United perature 27 -- Above 5 -- A globule 2S -- Seem of air 29 -- Thing not yet 9 -- A shadow matured 11 -- A brawl 31 -- Hole piercing 12 -- Style of instrument architecture 32 -- Negative, 15 -- First note of reply the scale 33 -- Hospital at- 17 -- Bind tendants IS -- Thrice 36 -- Employ (music) S7 -- Appendages 10 -- Sheen 39 -- Schedule of 22 -- Cent (abb'r.) charges 23 -- A moral 40 -- Remain 21--Extremity 22--Policeman (slang 1 )- 2-t--Cleave ,25--Masculine name 2G--Worthless 29---Set-to 30--Either of the two Bears 31--Land measure 34--Inlets 35--Perch 28--Hole piercing 38--Symbol for , instrument lanthanum Answer to previous puzzle DOWN 1 -- To crowd together 2 -- Type measure 10 -- An carl; Mexican Indian 13-- Tune .3-- Warp-yarn- M _ NorUlca3t 7--Solitary 16--Not in -8--Wide- " 20--Tremble with" mouthed jar' horror Merchandise Buildings. Building: Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Patching that smnll break in the Jiitchen wall, or plastering every wall in the house, we can furnish your needs. Stone fe Work. Phone 1700. Business and Office Equipment 54 TYFSWtUTEn SPECIALS--New typewriters, adding machines, sold on easy payments. Hlfihesi allowance on your old machines. Kcstmrm Book Siorc, 12S W. Apple; Street. Farm Equipment 55-A SEVEN INCUBATORS--For sale. Com- pacity irom 00 to GOO. A-l condition. Cheap to quick buyer. N. W. Hem- nilnger. R. D. 2, Ml. Pleasant. Phone. Scottdnlc. 4115-R-J1. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! HERE'S HOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by runnlnK a small 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 large area nnd your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for just tho things you have for sale. NOTE: AH classified ads are payable in advance. You will find our rales In the above Classiced Heading. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers COAL -- Best grade 9-ft. coal. Prompt delivery for any amount. Geralc Schomcr. Phone 1091. GOOD LUMPY -- Hun of mine coal. 100 bu., Scr 50 bu., PC; 25 bu., 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037, Frank Koballa. Real Estate for Rent* Wanted--To Rent 81 WANTED--Small cottage, furnished or unfurnished, outside crowded section, or furnished room in a house situated where dog pen can be erected. Write Box 332. Somerset, Pa. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate ITS A SFIAME--That you cannot find a house for rent . . . but you ain't seen nothing yet. Better buy now at present prices. Terms I PETER R. WETMER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES, FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. FHALJN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 975. Houses for Sale FOR SALE! -- FOR SALEl SNVDER STREET--Three room hoU5c with electric. Rood condition, will sel for 5250. A REAL BARGAIN--Located on the South Side. A modern home priced to sell at $3.150. Inquire. PAUL G. WAGONER. 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 143. FOIi SALE:--Six room house with bath near Hospital. $2.000. FIVE ROOM HOUSE--With bath, paved street. $650. ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE 505. FOR SALE--Four room cottage on Shor St.. Conncllsvillc, known ns the Ray moruJ Briefly property. Also severs* othor bargains. T. C. Phalfn, South Conncllsvlllc. Phone 975. FOR SALE--Six room house and six acres. Just outside of Ctty Limits. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BLDG. PHONE 1760 Auctions--Legals LcsaJ Notices. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estate of Cora E. Falrchlld, de ceased, late of Vanderbilt, Fayette County. Pa. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the under signed, notice is hereby given to nil per sons Indebted to the said decedent t make payment to the undersigned with out delay, and all persons having claim; or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. Wllford C. Fail-child. Administrator Vanderbilt, Pa. Higbce, Lewellyn HiRbce, Attorney*. Connellsville, Pa. 14-jan.-6t-5at GENUINE--Wnshington Run Coal. Low prJcc, Wm. Dull Son. Phono 107 or call Dawson. 32G1 and 3631. Household Goods FOR SALE--Apartment electric washer. studio couch, flat top desks, dressers, day beds, coal and gns ranges and lots of other articles at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. J22 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE 50. SEE :\?KRVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS KIGHT. NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE, 2020. COMBINATION--Gas and coal ranfje In very gocd condition, priced to sell. Paul Wagoner, 1000 W. Crawford. Phone 148. Wanted--To Buy 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING Â£N . . . AT Bo PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished reams fov light housekeeping. Central location. 232 E. Crawford Avenue. FOR RENT--Two furnishes rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire F. M. Pistilli, next door to Y. M. C. A. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flatu 74 FOR RENT--Second floor apartment, Smutz Building, 715 Crawford Avenue, West Side. Farms and Land for Rent 76 EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letter testamentary on the estate oÂ£ D. Harry Morton, deceased, late of the City of Con nettsviile. Fayette County, Pa., have betin granted to the understRtied. to whom al persons Indebted to .said estate are re quested to make immediate payment an those having claims against same, wil make them known without delny. Elizabeth M. Korton. Executive, S02 South Plttsburg Street, ConneUsville. Pa. Higbcc, Lcwellyn, Hjgbce Kobcrt P. Smith, Attorneys. 28-jan.-6t-sa ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estate of J. L. Froudfit. deceased '.c of Conncllsvllle, Fayette County, Pa Letters of Administration in the abov estate having been granted to the under signed, notice is hereby Riven to all per sons indebted to the said decedent t rnnke payment to the undersigned withou delay, and all persons having ciaims o demands against said estate are requests to make known the same, J. Paul Proudfit, Administrator Cedar Avc., Connellsville, Pa. Higbee, Lcwellyn Sc Higbce, Attorneys. ConneUsville, Pa. 14-jan.-6t-Ea' EXECUTORS' NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letter testamentary on the .estate of John C Myers, deceased, late of Morgan Station Fayette County, Pa., have been grante to the undersigned, to whom all person indebted to said estate are requested tc make immediate payment and those hav ing" claims against same, will make the: known without delay. lona L. Whipkey. Executrix Morgan Station, Pa. Francis M. Richey, Connellsville, Pa. Higbce. Lewellyn Higbcc, Attorneys, Connellsville, "Pa. 14-jan.-6t-sa EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters testamentary on the estate o Joe Tomasj, alias dictus Joseph Tomas laic of South Huntingdon Township Westmoreland County, deceased, havir. been granted to the undersigned, by t! Register of Westmoreland County, notic is hereby given to all persons indebte lo said estnle 1o make immediate pa; ment, and to those having claims again the same to present them to the under signed, duly authenticated for settlemcn Samuel Tcrnasi. Executor, Jacobs Creek, Pa, John L. Molllson, Attorney. 28-jan.-6t-sa PUBLIC SALE. ON THE LEONARD LENHART FARV Vj mile West of Brier Hill on Route 4 Thursday.- February 23rd, 1939. Startin at 1 o'clock P. M. Personal property con sisting of farm implements and tool nearly new. Also, 20 tons oÂ£ timoth hay. 2 large lime kilns. Terms, Casl No property to be removed until settle for. Owner reserves the right to reje any or all bids. Graver R. Hagerty, Auctioneer. Josiah Lenhard, Clerk. sat.-feb.-18-3t. FOR RENT--30 acres or. paved road near Connellsvillc. Five room house, conveniences, barn, garage, $25.00. Union Realty Company. Fraternal Home Building. Unlontown, Pa. Houses for Kent 77 FOR RENT--Five rooms and loath. Heat and water furnished. Bufano Building, South Pittsburg Street. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how LO go about getting it Phone 12 or 13, BUDGET NOTICE. . THE BUDGET OF THE DUNBA Township Hoad Supervisors for 1939 hs beer, prepared and is open to inspectio by anyone concerned, at the office of tl Supervisors, at the West Side Hole Connellsville, Pa. Signed, B. J. Colbei Secretary,- fcbl8-25-mar' WHEJJ YOU HAVE something whic you would like to sell Just call, 12 or 1 for a Classified ad-taker. Your ad on th page will surely catch the eyes of Inter ested buyers. THE DISTANCE YOUR money go depends on whether you are a regula reader of the Classified Section or not A "ROOM AND BOARD" ad here can soon rent that empty room of youri. WTUTTEN FOR AND RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION READ TH'.S FIRST: Asked to leave her boarding bousp because she had no money to r t iy rent; Ixmn. Aekermim finds liersell alranOc/S on a city street. That ni^'ht the man who had taken Lena's room find." her rm a. park bench. Ho offers to treat hor to something to ont. ! NOW GO OK WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER THREE THE RESTAURANT seemed unbelievably warm and cozy to Lona after her lonely vigil on the park bench. By the time she had finished her second cup of coffee-blessed coffee!--she found herself pouring out to this utter stranger who had befriended her things she hadn't mentioned to a soul since ehe came to the city almost seven years ago. Something 1 about him seemed to invite confidence. Perhaps it was the stimulus oÂ£ the meal he had just bought her--her first real meal in two days! Or perhaps i t was the fact that his brown eyes kept reminding her of Tiny, the spaniel, and of her old life. Funny to keep comparing 1 this good-looking young man to a dog, but she couldn't help it. There was in his eyes the same sympathy, the same yearning she had often seen In Tiny's. And, after all, Tiny had loved her, and she had loved him. Talking to this stranger was, somehow, like talking to Tiny. He Bcemed to understand without asking 1 any questions. She even found herself telling- him about--her father. "It was daddy who named me Lona." She laughed a little ruefully "I've often thought in the last years that he must have known, even then, how it would fit." "It's a pretty name," he said, gravely. "And it does fit you, somehow. You seem such a--lonely UtUe girl." "It's not only now," she went on. T.t was that way back home after my mother died, and father--you Bee, my father's--not dead. He didn't leave me that way. He--they sent him away." Somehow the words seemed to be wrung from her. The sympathy in the brown eyes seemed to be draw- Ing 1 them out. "He--my father killed a man." The eyes narrowed at that, and nhc saw the hand that was taking Â·. clgarct from his pocket pauss, and grip itself into a hard, white fist. A sense of disappoii: tment (illed her. Was he going to be like pdl the rest? It came to her, then, [uat why she had felt Impelled to Lei I him all about it. She had been ' hoping . . . ] "They sent him to the penlten- ] Liary--for life," she brought out i tlowly. i "The poor devil." He looked! away from her and she SH-A- that his hands trembled. A drawn look came into his lean face and for a. second he seemed years older than she had thought. "It was my fault," she wont 01*. when he did not speak again. "The man--insulted me, and I told my father. I never thought he'd kill him. He was so gentle, father waa. I've always blamed myself--" "Don't, girl 1" The brown ey ea were oddly pleading. "I don't like to hear you talking about such thing's. A--kid like you! I had a friend once who--died in the pen," he explained. "I--know a few things." .; Lona's heart warmed to him anew. Usually when people found out about her they looked at her in a sort of curious horror. But in spite of his first hesitation, he seemed to have only sympathy. Across the white-topped restaurant table she studied his lean face. ft was browned and sun burned as af he worked in the wind and sun. He was good looking 1 in a rugged sort of way. His features, taken separately, were not handsome; a big- nose, a curving, sensitive mouth, and a jaw that would have been square but for its almost pain- iful leanness. But taken as a whole, jwlth the wistful brown eyes to set "Oh, no!" she cried out. "Ton mustn't." it off, it was an attractive face. "Well, what's the verdict?" he asked with a whimsical little half smile when she had studied him for a long moment. "I was just thinking that I had told you all about myself, and I don't even know your name." "Claridge. Jim Clarldge's my name." He bowed, and snipped the ashes from his cigaret into the heavy white ash tray. "I'm twenty- nine years old. Be thirty my next birthday. I've only been in this man's town three days, and I'll probably leave it again within three months. I'm a structural iron worker. My firm has the job on the new terminal building down by the square. "I was born on a ranch in California, and was raised -out west. I've worked, so far, in. twenty-six different cities in these United States. Will probably see twenty- six more before I'm through. I haven't any relatives, and nobody to support but myself. And so I make a hobby of picking 1 up girls from park benches and seeing that they're taken care of until they can find work." He hunted in his pocket as he spoke, and pulling out a bill, put it into Lona's hand as it lay on the table. For a moment she stared at it. Then she looked up at him. "Oh, no!" she cried out. "You mustn't! I can't take this. Why, I ne\'cr saw, you until tonight. I can't take-money, from you." "What are you going to do?" He shrugged. "You can't go back to the park. There's a decent looking hotel a couple of blocks down the street. I'll see that you get a room for the night. Tomorrow you can start hunting - a- - new boarding house, unless you'd rather I went to tho hotel, and you to your old room, at Mrs. Peterman's." "I couldn't go back there:" Lona shuddered. "I never want to see that woman again!" "I thought you'd feel that way. It's the hotel, then." He picked up her suitcase matter-of-factly, and before she quite knew what was happening, Lona .found, herself out in the street, his hand on her arm, the bill he had given her still clutched in her hand. A protest rose to her lips again as he led her into the'hotel loboy and up to the desk. "I shouldn't let you," she said weakly. "It's not right. I shouldn't let you do it!" But when he pushed the^pcn into her hand, she found herself signing the register, conscious of the curious eyes of the clerk going from.; one to the other. A little lump camef to her throat and she swallowed, It was so nice to be cared for! No-i body had done anything for her! since her father--went away. It- was so good just to shut, her eyes- and let things happen! "I'll pay you back," she told him, huskily. "As soon as I get a job. I never thought anybody could be so good." "Listen, girl." He looked down, at her, and in the brown eyes there was a tenderness that almost shamed her. "I lied when I said I didn't have any folks,"' he said,; oddly. "I have. I've got a sister. She's just about your age. And r think she must look something like you do. I haven 1 1 seen her for years, but you make me think of her. I'd hate to have her wandering in the park without any money. Do you see?" "I--see. And I'll pay you back. I'll get a job soon, tomorrow, maybe. I have to get a job soon!". She. seemed to be trying to convince herself as well as him. "Of course you'll get a job," he assured her. "A girl like you can always find a job." . "I'd scrub floors, anything--anything!" she burst out. "There just doesn't seem to be anything." "I'll keep my eyes open," he told her. "If I hear of anything I'll call you. And what do you say you meet me tomorrow night and report progress? I'd sort of like, company for dinner." He grinned suddenly, and held out his hand. Solemnly Lona took it And in spite of her efforts to control them," the quick tears came again at his touch. "What's the matter, girl?" he asked. "Is it that you don't trust me ? Don't you think I'm on the level? If you're afraid of me,-I'll clear out, and you won't ever.have to see me again. Is that what you want?" "Oh, no. No!" Lona's voice rose sharply. "It's not that. I'll meet you tomorrow night or any other time you want to see me. It's just that you're so--so good. I didn't think there was anyone like you left in the world, anywhere!" (To Be Continued) Chaplin Prepares to Satirize Dictators Fuehrer Adolf Hitler confers with officer, left; nnd a.s Charlie Chaplin would look--and probably will-- "conferrins with oSker" in his new dictator picture, right. Artist has substituted his head. By Central Press WASHINGTON--Charlie Chaplin's proposed' picture, "The Dictators," in which he "will be mistaken for a dictator, will not be frowned upon by official Washington. Nor are any protest notes expected from dictator countries. The picture, of course, will be barred from Germany and Italy, nnd un- Idoubtedly their satellite countries. | Charlie, who will beg-in making his picture March 15, terms it a political satire. It is miiaut for purely amusement purposes. Uxit the tlietil- tors may see it) it tho "vvorsl 11 uort of anti-dictator proimgamlti. Hitler nlrauly iti aimaiuve to the fact that hiÂ» moustuche has beau compared to Chaplin'.-* screen moustache. But Chaplin had it flv.it, thus that cannot be eonaUlered a delibei 1 - nte cariciUurti. The picture will not Iv released until next autumn. Ey that time, the dictators may be loss tiict.itori.il --or even more so. tielief is it Charlie talks in his new picture the conversation will sound liko simchos of dictator, shoxus iirtd jrvowls rather thun inuiÂ» ligible speech. Chaplin's last picture was "Mod- . era Times." tHrue years ufo. . Thomas Baxter Buried. The funeral service'for Thomas W. Baxter was held Thursday afternoon at Homewocd Chapel, Homewood, with Dr. W. H. Hetrick, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church of Con- nellsviile, officiated. Burial was made in Homewood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Thomas V. Dor.egan, M. H. Butlei-, William E. DeBolt, George Gentry, Charles Pliss and Robert Hannam. Ohiopyle OK1OPYLE, Ki-b, 111.-- Rev. and Mrs. F. 13. \Yirl!ll:ni spent Tui-siUiy j in Unionl.uwn. " | Mr. and Mrs. Orval Miller nml i three children, attended the revival services in the Methodist Church Wednesday evening. Despite the near zero weather Thursday morning robins were seen about the streets of Ohiopyle. b'llcs Suit (or SD.225. GRKENSB15RG, Feb. 18.--Charles 1C. Gross of North Huntingdon township or.tored suit against the estate of Elmer llackenson for SS.225, claiming that from December 17, 1327, to March 11, 1838, when Mr. Hackenson died, he acted as- general bookkeeper, clerk, delivery boy, compar.ion, nurse and housekeeper at the rate of Â§75 a month.