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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1930, THE DAILY COTTRTER, CONNM LSVTLLE, PA. PAGE NINE. n MASTER of M I BY ROY VICKERS / II B * C AFTER XXXVIII. T how can you do anything without Government protection?'' »he asked. "I thought that was the eiwence of the whole thing." "So it le to a point. But I've learned u thing or two in that office of none -- about comitadji amongft other things. There are Httte bands of cut-throata, of three cr four men, all over this wretched country M wall as ail over this city. They don't exist aa a problem. "There we about three bands that matter, and the chief one, which ia about a hundred fighting men strong, is under a fellow called Stephanos. He doesn't seem to have a sunvam.e. The other two Arc about half the size of his hand. Now, none of these fello'-va wmt a pitched battle ---their idea is to awoop down upon an unarmed gang of workmen and collar their wages. Well, I'm eoing to pi ovide 'em with a pitched battle if they turn up." "But--'\ou can't fight a hundred men!" Shirley exclaimed. "Not by myself. But there are a good many Serbians in this city. They hate all theae fellows, and they're bo-n ftffhters. I've got the idea of enrolling them as laborers and supplying them with riflwi. Then 1 shall buy off a few of the members jf the gang--I can get in touch vrith them quite easily-and if th.Te'a any trouble they'll fight to t'*ie death as they won't wni.t to be taken by the leader* they deaerted. Altogether, v?e nmy make a job of it. "You S'jc, once we've got the railway going we're all right The jomitadji don't worry about railways. They want money. They won't hold up our trains because they'll contain only the products of the mines and the quarries and, later on, era in. "I've thought out a wages system for the mines and the other depots up-country which will leave nothing in it for our friends tho comitadji, In the end, you see if I don't employ most of the gangs thcnsselvei on peaceful labor, which will yield a far better return than the rut-throat business. His eyes sparkled aa he spoke. She was beginning to understand a good deal abont Alan -- knew that he was at once the man of affairs and tho visionary, knew that the real driving force behind him ·nta to banish chaos from the plans of Macedonia and turn the comitadji into farnvars. Something in her bowed down to the builder, tho creator in him--the universal father who wanted to feed and clothe and protect the whole of humanitj. She glimpsed the glory of working by his side--then faced the reality that she had failed. "Do you remember giving me those sniurw?.. .Of course you've actually got them in your possession. Bat I want you to count me out of that, Alan. I've got nearly five thousand dollars left-I shall go on trying until I've got ray tasa:tg« bock---then I'll go. "Oh, we can talk About all that later," SJiid Alan. "We don't, know yet that the shares will ever be worth arything. But while we are on the subject--I only hold those share* I\M mortgage. Roger ra- tended v-j make them over to me-somehow h« didn't do it. "I intond to write to him offering to take them as complete settlement of hjs debt to ma. He will, of course, lie bound to accept. Then, if anything cornea of the venture, you and I will settle our affairs." So th.it was to be the end of it, thought Shirley. In bitterness of soul she reminded herself of thatfWn morning on the moors when she had spoken gran Uloquently of sharing with him t'ie toil a"nd the despair. There dittr 1 been a ridiculous little dome.iti* life, irksome yet at times strangely pleasant, in place of danger a ad disease she had nerved herself to fnce. It seemed very 'ar away--that stinging detenaina ion to pay the debt that Roecr would not attempt to pay. She bad at least attempted --had he not told t er that she had done her best? And her boat had consisted of exchaitging optimistic platitudes with Sta- ros--and being nattered and men or leas entertained by IHaurois "If you really irtend to stay on here we must oma to some arrangement," Alan was saying. "It is merely quixotic for you to spend your last punny. In fsu, cometime ago I w, a going to suggest--" He broke off as the housekeeper entered the room. "Monsieur Mav rois," sh« announced. Alan muttered under his breath and Shiriey gave him a warning glance aa the Prer ehman came in, "This i« a dreac ful hour to can even in Macedc-tvi: ," said Mauroia as he shook ham 3 with both of them. "My excus must be that I have come to mda ge in the ael£b»h pleasure of bring ng good news." He turned to 3h«r)jy. "Dear lady, your inflexible v ill has at lat broken the h«ar, of my good friend, Monsieur Ntavra*. Re has surrendered, and .-ou must permit me to be the first to offer my con* gratulations." Shirley caught ler breatfu She looked from Maut^a to Alan, who was staring a.t the Frenchman oddly. "Really, Monsianr Mawrofo, I don't understand. What do yoa mean by saying that ba bate 'surrendered'?" "There arrived for him thia evening authority fr m Athens to detail a regiment o) soldiers for the protection of war cere employed by your company. He wa* himself painfully pleased but, aa in the manner with th se fellowa, was seiged with nerv jusnoaa. I took the liberty of volunteering to bring you the ne« s am! the official authorisation, w tfch plncea the local General in effect under the orders of your company." As he spoke, Maurois took a document from his pocket and handed it to Shir; ay. Shirlcjfe speech!ess, took it from his hand. "The instruct! ns are that the troopa are so b» ready to march in fourteen da; s, the localities wii«re protection a required being ·pacified by ypuiiehrei--all details of a purely rnilil iry nature being, of course, left o the officer ta command," supjp) :mented Maurols. "Monsieur Ma irois, I--I hardly know how to tho nk you," faltered Shirley. "For acting a. messenger from Stavros* house? Dear lady, it ia not an excessive service." "You have -tone more than that," said Shir! ay quickly. "He always put me off with platitudes and promises. I eel sure you have helped to make lim take action, " Mauroia shrugged hjs shoulders. "Oh, I will no deny that I hava told him he is i lazy fellow and threatened him t h a t you won id as- »ured!y give the American ]eople a bad jmprassioi of him, but what would you ?" "I * feel sure you have helped more than that " protested Shirley. "I--" Shirley, the s If-possessed, stammered into alien e. She fought for self-control and narrowly held it. She wanted tn « ream, to laugh, to cry. Through a mist she saw Alan, Then, dimly, she face "intern. heard his voice. "I agreo with you, Maurois. "My wife has worked very hard, but I liave no doubt that she is much indebted to you, 'Tou must allow mo to put a libtle proposition before you later--in fact, aa iny wifo is, to an extent, my business partner, I will put it to you now. Will you accept a parcel of shares as--aa a little token of our gratitude?" "My dear Brennaway, it is delightful of you to make the offer, but I couid not think of accepting it. Believe me, you grossly exaggerate my part in the affair. A trifling courtesy whioh I have been moat haptiy to perform-- tihat ie all. And now I nm sure Mrs. Brenna- way wishes to discuss it with yon and I will say good-night, my friends." Sbirley had been conscious of a jarring njte. She thanked Maurois again, he? exultation now dimmed with the fear that something had gone wrong. When Alan came back ah* watched him and noted that ha avoided her eye. "Well, Shirley, yoa were just saying th »t you had failed and now it appears you've succeeded. Yoa have obt lined military protection for the laborers. You have, In fact, done what yon Mt out to do. You nave done what yc ·*· husband reliwed to try--and you, have auc«*ed*d where he would certainly have, failed." Hi* voice was cold--utterly cold --y«t abi knew that ha was nervous. Si* sank into · chair, hurt Mid bewildered. This was tbe moaent of triumph of which she bad dreamed. She had thought of herself fighting her w»y to this moment throtteh toil ana danger and dlseiiae. There had be«n none of these--jt hud all been too ea«y --And that was why Alan WM talking aboct it aa if she herself had, no enortenee. "Yw, here la the eotvcewlon," she said, gulping back Unua of disappointment "But I betier« all the tame that it waa Monsieur Man rois--" M Qui*»r eat in Alan. "But I Tecogni*e that that is not my af- iair. Ym remember in our original conversation way back in Vernumi)--" "Don't pl*aser crie4 Shiriey. "I was only going to say that--' if you remember--you chose to r«- fjard yotir husband's debt to m« M being your own in th« Muse that yon wkhod to repay It. It was agreed that you would discharge your part of the debt if you warts to do w bat he ought to have done. You have done it. How yoa bar* done it, I repeat, ii not my affair." The moment of triumph had failed, Why, oh, why wax he not offering his hand ana taking back the insult he had once flung at harT All these words be was giving her--formal stilted words that sotndei like au accusation. . . . His hurt, phrase echoed back into her bram and her attention seized on It "Hov did you think I did Itt"! she nakwL ', "In the easy way." I She iitared at him, dar.ed. She had the impression thai he had not meant t o gay that--that something; outside his own nature had forced 1 the words in a hoarse whisper to- hia lip* · ; "Alair* ahe gasped, "Do you know what you are saying to me?"j "It isn't my affair,® h* re-j pea ted. "Elut 1 dont want yoa to misunderstand my words, 1 tell you I am complaining of nothing. To fuU'ill the bargain yoa forced, upon yourself wiob me, you used the weapon which you use with consummate skill. To lx» continue*! M8», br ««T Tlt*«n Diet and . ST ULU KUNT PtTtRS i ,M.qAUTtOROF y DltT AMD HEALTH"AHO QiCT FOR CHILDRtH Lulu Muot Potere, M. D /o Mothers. Ooi co aid not bo therefore 'Ie rnado mothers. --Jjwlsh Proverb. \EAR DOCTOR: Some time a*;o _ an irtlcle appeared In yoMr most Interesting column on young children whoso ey o s do not f o e U B p r o p- erly. This, aa you say. should pass over after a t o w m o n t h B. With one of my children. It Old not, and he became cross-eyed. "At tho age of two year* 1 took him to the beat orultota, but to no avail. Thr-y » a l d h o m u s t wear g I a o »i 8 wh*n a l i t t l e older. D i e day I pulled hl« flnger oat of his mouth. I waa eo angry a'ter r.oi cnt*d ··orroctlons, that J put rnlno In tny oom mouth, anying the whll«, "No. No!' and scolding him. I discovered a. wonderful thing: JUy*own eye* crossed! From that fay his tand» were watched anil \vo used oveiy precaution. His eyea bo- gan to straighten at onre, and are ported trday. H* never had to wear glasses, c r do anything else. I have told oculist* about this and It has seemed i now idea to them, and very Int'irsntlng I aia writing to you In 'ho hopo» of giving others that whi :h won a Qodacnd to me. "MKS W." Kvideotiy the crossing wan due to trying t i look at tho fin gore white they w « ' - e in tha mouth! I'm certainly glad to pass this on, Mrs. W. It may b» luatruojental in adding 8onithli s of value to our books on eys tllso. i!er»- Now we Imve another reason for keeping babiea' fingora out of their months. « · · Wo lii ^« hnd » trt-eat many letters en t h u m b mu-kiop; Sine* Mra. 8 wrote. teJtiDK )"'i' problonm n ror- rctln'g her baby of tho habit with the cuffji I recommend On* oi the writers tokl of » muthed ·f «ppl' '«« rubhor tubin/c, bxit bht d.Jn't i-Bcrtbe U .s.-cnr.itfly euo igh »o I,lilt T coulrt describe it to you Mrs. J. writes o" a little patented device which aho I JuncJ worked with her baby. It consl ts ot n small band containing small b tint prongs, whlcl is pftated on the ol.ending thumb (or fingers). The ctill I cannot press the- mouth tightly on ho thumb becnu«e of the prongs. Gu -king on ths thing apparently give* 10 satisfaction, no It is stopped. Others have wrl ten recommending the metallic mlt which can be g«- cured In tho lair or droa stores or rKical swppJy h uses. Usually tho «?ar'iboard elbow cnlfs, faat«n«d on ta th alenvft Above the albow. and ksipt n for * fow days, will break th« Ghi J of the habit H* can move tiiii anna around, but he cannot bond then to R«t his; angers to his mouth. 1 hla tlosa not con- utitute cruelty, f i r there U 90 pain or uny part'.culo dfsromfort. An«J aven tf It were wi s!, it is much more oruel to allow a -hlld to «ontinu« a habit -which Ie xds to deformed mouths and lOsslWy hoods), and now wo can add oyea. It lo also b illevcd to stimulate th« growth of t e lympholrt tt|«ua so that tho tonal * and adenoids be- coma overgrown, and thin has it» own train of injt rlos to the child. For those who aro Interested, we bava a Hat of m dorn books on tlia general caro and feeding of children. Bee column ruler for obtaining this. · · · Mr*. D.: Youi symptoms ar« not normal, and you nhould H«e a physician to find out the cause of your bieed.Tig We h iva a pamphlet on "Hygrleno of Won en," which answers your questions n tlio SJeaopause. Bee column rule; Smith, dance hall instnict- who, with h«r escort, Car* ·mine Barrclli, was shot down and killed by gangsters at 170th Street, the Bronx, New Vork City. This double slaying took place a little before 8 a. m. Police believe that the ifirl was aa deliberate a target for the mur- d«era aa was her «x-convict "boy liriisnd," EUlor'i Note: dlagnosn nor gl Your o'« »Uoui, i will be aiiMWcre their turn. Koq puruphli'.ta on lu paoled by o- ' stamped envelop snitUI chargre ta printing nod ' artlolw wan toil, t each pamplik't t Pamphlets an K Bladder Pet«ra. !n eara · legibly, ind not Dr. patent tninnot ·a p«raono.I ndvlce. of ganeral lute rest, i in tha column In icals for articles or ncl muat be aceom- ully lelt'-aflJiosacd, i, plus the following help cover cost of andllng: for «iach to i-^ota IQ coin; for n cents in cc|n. Tho (tucl'iif ami (Juiiiiuf; loit'n. Kidney and ·jr* Addresb Dr, f this paper. Writn ver 200 worda. Fashions A Girltah Touch for the Boyieh Suit. By FRANCES T'AGET Copyright, 1930, by Style Soi rccs, NEW YORK, Fob. 22.--N«ckv E*U- tor fi-prlng Js the verj r expression o freshness and youth--anolhar way of eay- ing that it Is flattjepng Worn -n are taking advantage jof the new colkir and cuff eebs to freshen their winter costumes, and swm greatly inc Ined to iro wholeheartedly in for dot ichaWe collar fliid cuff felo as well ne for ordinary lingerie gilots. The dominant** of color, pai -.icular- ly tho pastels, in spring col" ctions, hae influenced epring ne-ctw jar of plquo or double georgette a id for frilly types o? collar ,iel6 wl ich ar« entirely of chiffon or combine chiffon with real laop. The greatest variety of co ore IB sfren in pique «ilk He seta, JB Kit and cuff seta, or sleeveless blouees Fleah pink, light yellow, baby tolu« ai d peach are endorsed for this type t neckwear, which ia usually nugge tt«d for lightweight woolen or eeml tailored silk crape frocks in darker or contrasting colort!. ; Flesh pink and light yellow ire outstanding in the georgntto anc chiffon groups, r.nd It is generally the jreatast promotional possibilities, not mly b«»- ·oeiiae It 6 a color strongly · ndoreed for spring ooatumow, but aleo because it blende with many other co ore and ie becoming to many types jf com- pi«xkna. The light yellow c liffoa is combined "with detp «ru Al«r »n laua ia iraa0y collars with should r capes or jabots. The vohim* -which Is exjx Jted in nckwear d«pertm0nte Uita se son can. mircly bo increased ly the xploita- tlon of a youthful, and uaua ly rery flattering, faahion whioh n t only londfi » cool note to t.pring i ad summer frocks, but also are engg *ted for those who wish to fret hen wi ,ter cos- tnmes worn late into the »p in-gr era- son. OMopyie OH1OPYLB, Fob. !2--Geoi ge Raf- forty retnrnod to fete home . t Mount Kteosant after a ueTeral da ·«' -riett with his mother. Mrs, Ellzai ath RaX- terty. Mrs. Ekrwsrd Kurt* and s- n, spent ·niursday calllag on on fr snds in Confluence. Lester Dull of M1I1 Run, wn« a business cal^ru in Obiopyl* 7 'rktay. Mrs. J. W. Mfller wa« a laitor in Confluence TJKtrfcday. Mre. F. W, Kuhlman and laughter, ·Bd Mrs. Sara Robinson of J hnetown, wriYed ifl Ohiopyle Thu sday to trpontt the -wo«k-rnd as the {u«8ta of Mr. and Mnt. H. C. Holt ant Mr. and Mre. M. H. HoehaetUar. ' A son. wa« born Sunday t Mr. and Mra. Harry Hall At their b me iear Oblopyte. Tb« family now c msists of two eorw and two daughtera. T. B. Conn of Uniontown t as «, business caller ia Ohlopylo FrU ay morning. Jesse Hall wa« a bunlnesi caller In TJniontown Friday, Harry Tissue of Kanffra; n w«« a visitor in Ohiopylo-JTritlay, M. Sullivan was K r«cen bueineas caller in MD1 Hun. Orval Miller is apeoding til e week in Unkvotown on btwiniJSf.. C. B. Kemp of Bicbrjell )i »d A. B. Burnworth of Victoria w«ro ?1«itore in town FrW«y. Dickerson Rv n t DIGKERSON RUN, Feb. 2 .--Samuel W, Caton, well knovm "W«ai j-rn Maryland Railroad official, dice and was burled et Hagerstown, Md. !tfr, 3aton wna master cur builder for the Western Maryland Railroad an t lived at Hagorstown, Md. Inierrn«nl 'wae made at llageretown Thureday HCtemoon. A nuralwr of Pitteburg C.ake BHe officials! attended. Mr. (^aton bad many frionda amonK P. L. E. o a.ciala and employes. J. B. Golbralth, PitUbwt 5 Lake Erie Railroad fire marshal , of Pitta- burg, held a i-onferen-co ha s with the flra brigade* Thursday. Austetant Maator Car Bu -der P. H. Fieldsoii of McKec« Roc ,8 "was a business callor h«ra Thun day afternoon. »ed Co! bet t, ft member f the P. JU K. police tiepartiaent, w 10 wae rc- conily tnmefen'ed from f isw Caetle to Dickerson Hun, hata moved Ms family from New Cf»t!e to Uberty. Mre. O. S. Ogleveo is calling on Pitttiburg IricndR during th week-end. L)ai?5el Drif-coll of Pittst jrff wa^ a ijuflineeo ctill'ir hens today Mrs. Georgo Tlamilton o Beavei- is spending this, week here leiting re- liillvcs uiwl frlende. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Fpb. : 2--Eklward Holiday of HarnedSrllle we i here yes- tertlay en route to Soniea t on buei- Charles Criss of S3mer) business visitor in (own ye Elliott \j. Begge wag . visicor to Brownsville yci William Toouiey, a well timore Ohio employe of ( Md , was a butiiuea« vieit yes terday. Mrs. Frwl Younkm of Ur town yesterday shopping ·with friends. Dr. R. Savior or Hock* professional caller in tow Prof. C. C. Shaffer, prin local school*., left ye.sterdi the National Education meeting n t Atlantic City. Levi May was tailed t yesterday on. account o ft a relative. eld, was a terday., busineea erday, aown Bal- tunberiand, iy in town Jina was in nd visiting ooci wae a yesterday. 'ipal of the y to attend Association Rockwood e iiln«as of Lnotiiip for Hargd n« I Read the dv«ri.lsemen t l ! Dally Coarior Tm OLD HOME TOWN Stanley ^^ f ^^^^^^S^^ : ^^^^^ 1 ^\^^^!^^' THATS' JUST MPE Fore \ HEARD OF A f=EL.U.ew^ WHO X WAS A DA^B DEVIL. PARACHUTE T JUMPED, AND ON.H»5 VACATION- f HE FEL.L. OUT £*f* A AM.^. ' / NECK · HERB fN THE CUARION WOOD PROFESSIONAL FANCY CUT OFF HS J=IN5jETa TO PAY, WHIt_E A NiCKJEL. I-E/X REGISTER'S AND CLERK'S NOTICE Th« followlnsr exocutors, admmlJttrntor, ffoaj-dlann a.n4 trustees settled their rpspertlve accounts In t h e offleJ of the Roffiater and Cleric of Orphans' Court and tho eatne wilt be presented for confirmation to tho Orphans' Court of County at tha Court Housa, Unlontown, Pennsylvania, JIOHDAY, MARCH 3, 1»3O. Ho. £*·«» of Aoconntuntii IPIIcd I. -- Oh*rl«c V. Hood .. ...... i ..... . ..Stanley Jjyan and Herbert R. Hahn, Trustees .............. December 12, 1020 -· -- a*orre Warner .................. Thomas A Waggoner, A Jrninlstrator c. t. a ................. January 20, 1030 3. -- Ku*s«l C. Bttrnworth ... ......... .Barl B u r n w o r t h , Admlni itrator ............................. January in, liWO 4 -- Joseph ItnlinR, Sr ................ .Jo»tph Imltng;. Jr., Executor .............................. rorinbcr f, 11WO 5. -- Andy Kaaper .................... Stephen It. Ilaky, A d m l r l«trator .......................... November 8, ItttO tt. -- John A. Uaeby ---- ,....,-.... ---- The U n i o n t o w n National Bank Trust Company, Administrator ............................................. January 24, 1930 7, -- Joshua A. Knox ...'......, ....... Harvey A. Knoi, Execut r .................................. January 27, 1030 8. -- Chauncey O. D*vl4 .............. Clyde W David. Admlni nrator ........................... . .Iiuiuary -jn, 10^0 0 -- William B. McCoy ............... Johu M. McCay, Adminlf t r a t d f ............................ January :JG, 1I)SO 10. -- Blajfio LoblK .................. . .Charlf-rol Savings *; Tru; t Company, A d m i n i s t r a t o r ........ rcrembor 16, 1921) It. -- Horace Qreely Mason ............ U JCarl Mason and Kobet t D. Mason, Administrators .......... January 8, 1980 12. -- William C. O'Dunnell ............. Mary H. O'Donnell, Exe :utrlx .............................. January 30, 1030 13. -- njlzab*lh Conwell ............... Satnu«l EL Taylor. Executor ............................... January 20. l».fO !*· -- William Reunion ................ Joseph Nelson, Kx?cutor .................................... J a n u a r y 3,1930 10. -- 7-»iUrlck Olcason .................. John P. and Charles H. Gleaaon, Executors ............... November 14, 1929 l». -- Cora M. Younkin ................. Title Trust Company .if Western Pennsylvania, Administrator ........................................ , ..... January 20. 19110 IT -- ,Tohn Foabrlnk .................. ..H. Qeor^e May, Administrator ............................ December 0, 1020 IS. -- John Ya-chlmovic . ............... Title Trust Company .»t Western. Pennsylvania, Executor ....... . .............. . ..................... ..... November IS, 3029 IB. -- Srah Ann Firestone ............ Austin Firestone, Adtnir istrator ............ . ............. November 18, 1U20 20, -- John Jozwlak ............... .... .Mary Jozwlak. Admtnist ratrlic, c. t. a ...................... November 18. 1020 21 -- Maria I*. Hoort ................... Joseph D. Hood and Hus sell A. Hood, Executors , ............ lunuary 22, 1SWO 22 -- John Lindaay ..... . .............. John H. L.lndaay and Gertrude C. Lindsay, Kxecutors . ...... January 23, 1030 ·J.'i --Wesley Gallpy ................... D»vld S. Oatlley, Admlnlt trator, c. t, ........................ January 23. 1930 24 -- J o h n H. Jelley ................... Verna Gerke, Admlnlstr itor, e. t. a .................... . ..... January 23, 1030 2,1. -- Catherine llartx ................. John B. Hart 7., Erecutoi ........ . ......... » ................ J a n u a r y 2:!,' 1930 28. -- John Prigancz ................... R, W. Dawson, Ouardlai ................. ' ................... J.uiuary 2f», 13,')() 2T, -- Kmma Prlerancz .............. . . ..R. W. Dawoon, Quardlar ..... ............................... January «JO, 1830 2S. -- Mary Prlgancz ........... ..._. .JR. W. Da waon. Guard lar ..................... ...... ........ January Fo'lSao 29. -- Michael Prtganc-z . ............... R, W. I3awson. Guardlar . . . . ................................ January 20 1030 30. -- Georjra F. JBtlckel ................ Klory P. Stickel, Admlni itrator .............................. January 80* inno 31. -- Joseph P. Murphy ... ............. George H. Murphy, Administrator ......................... No-v ember 14,' 192U 32. -- O!a M. Booth .................... Charles T. Field, Execu or ... ............................. November 14 192!) 33. -- Sol J. Rosenbaum ................ CitlzeJHS Title Trust Company, Guardian ................... Januarv "3 103U 34. -- Elizabeth B. Oorley ....... ...... .The Ffcyette Title t Tr st Company, Trusti-o ................ January ''3' JD30 3f, -- James K. Darby .................. Elizabeth II. Darby, A1 nlnlatratrlx ........................ January 30' 19«o 30,-- Susan Cagey .................. . . .Lestor Cagey, Admlnist ator ............................... January 23,' 1930 37. -- Margaret Kelscr ................. Tho Second National Bank of U n l o n t o w n , Executor .......... J a n u a r y ~2K, 1930 38. -- EUen Johnson .................... Frank W. ProtBrnan, K ecutor .......................... Januarv "0 lO'Ul 8». -- Ulllan Waltera .................. The National Bank of Kiyette County, Guardian ............ January 24* 1030 *0, -- John W. Griffith .............. , . ..JiYank H'. Ste»n, Administrator ........................... December 3 1920 41. -- Ephrlam T. Wnltors .............. James A. Provins, Adinlnlstrator ............................ January 30* 1030 42. -- Jam on H. Hoover ................ loutsa R. Hoover, Gaorj e P. Hoover. Charles V. Hoover and Robert J. Hoover, Administrators . . ..................... Januar- 10 1930 43. -- Mab«I K. Harbauffh. .............. William R. Harbau«1), Vvdmlnistrator ....................... January 3,' 19:10 44. -- A. B. Clark ..................... , Pearl M. PaxenbaJter, A Jmrx., c. C. a ....... .' .............. December 20 10"i» 4B. -- Annie IJIxon .................... .Mary Clare Dlxon. A d m l n i n t r a t r l x ...................... Ueccmber 31* 19-"!) 46, -- Fred tanks Munson ............. Rut}; H. Munson and Title Trust Company of Western Pennsylvania, Executor! ............................... December 3, 18JIO 47, -- D*v)J I*. Durr ........... ..., ---- Elizabeth B, Durr and J n a E. H'onsaker, AdmlnistrKtrices .... January 20 103O 48, -- Harry Harris ..... . .............. I. W. McDonald, Jr.. Administrator .......................... January 28 1930 40. -- Andy Mrdwith .................. D. W. McDonald, Jr., Administrator ....................... January 28 1930 CO. -- Charles F. Bggora ................ Sallte K. Egrgers and Alson C. loggers, and Charles F. Thomas, / ' Kxecutors .............. , ................................... January "8 1910 61. -- John "W. Yowler ................. Nancy Ellen Yowler, EJ ecutrlx .............. . ............... January 'M' 1030 52. -- Maria Horwat, alias Mary Fabo . .Mlkn Horvath, Admlnlsl rator ......... k ...................... January II' 1930 03. -- Patrick J. Locke ................ John D. Irficke and Pat -icla Ixxoke, Ex.scutor and Executrix ....... ........................................ '. _ December 14 19TM» 154. -- OHve M. Scott .......... ......... Beryl Goanell and Bdlt i Hanklna, KxeiStUrices ............. January 24, 1030 05. -- Sam Price ....................... Milton M. Darby, Adm nlstrator .................... , . . . December 1"' 10"0 56. -- Walter S. DUUnger ....... . ...... W. L. DllllnSer, Executor ......................... . ...... January 30 ' 3930 57, -- Julia Seaton .................... Joseph Seator, Executr r .................................. January ;!u 1930 CS. -- laaac Taylor ..................... Morgan H Bowman ard Samuel A. Gllmore, Kxecutors ...... J a n u a r y 30 19S() 00. -- Pauline Potter ---- . ............. It: W, Playford, Oua.rtUan ............................... Janur.ry 3l' 1330 GO, -- Cti*rle» IS. Britt , ..... ,.,....... ..Frank P. Urltt, Bsecut' r ......... . ...................... Januarv m' 1930 61, -- Ann*. B. Coldren ....... .' ......... William F. Coltlren am, Waller V. Culdren, Executors ____ '.'.'. Januarv 31* 1030 !2. -- Charles W. Ada-ms ................ J. B. Adams, Kxecutor ..................... , ............... January 81 19»{0 03, -- Mary C. WllgUB ................ '..Fayette Title Trui^t Company, Trustee, c, t. a ....... . .... January 3l' 15)30 64. -- John Johnson .................... Fayette Title Trust Company, Administrator, c. t a ...... J a n u a r y 3l[ 1030 03. -- Amanda Grimes ................... Citizens Tlllr- Trust Company, JCx pint tor as Mated by Peter G. Cameron, Secretary jf Ranking o£ the blatc Of Pennsylvania, Gni»rdlan ........................................ , ......... J a n u a r y 31, 1930 06-- Edward Balslnger ......... . ...... Citizens Tltlu Trust Company, Kxet-utor as stated by Ps(er G. Cameron, Secretary t Bunking ot the H l a t e of Pennsylvania. ·Guardian ................................................ January 31, 10SO OT. -- Helen Johnaon, a Minor ........ ..Cltiaens TJtla K. Trust Company, ICxectitor as stated by Peter CJ. Cameron, Secretary ot Banking of tUa fctate of Pennsylvania, Guardian ....... I .................. , . . . . , , . . , . ............. January 3] 1080 ft8. -- John Johnaon, a Minor ....... ..... Cltlaens Title Trust Company, Kxeoutoi as stated by Potcr G. Cameron, Secretary »r ianklnB- of the SUite ot Pennsylvania, ^ Guardian ................................................ J a n u a r y 33 69, -- Gerald Allen, a Jllnor ,: ......... .Citizens Title Trust Company, ISxccutoi as s t a l o d by Peter G. Cameron, Secretary of Banking of Uie State o£ X 3 ennsylvanla, Guardian ................ I ........... , . . . ................. January 31. 1*30 70. -- Goldla V. Allen, a Minor ........ ..Citizens Title Trust Company, Executor us »UitC'd by Peter G, Cameron, Secretary of Banking of the tUate of Pennsylvania, Guardian .............................................. January 31, Joseph Zamon, a Minor . . . . . . . . . .Citizens Title Truai Company, K x e u u t o r as F t M t f i l by Potcr G. Cameron, Secretary of Banking of the Kt.ite ot Pennsylvania., 1H30 VI 72.--^Anua Zivmon, a. Minor 70.-- Steve JCumun, a ' M i n o r 74. J'. SmUh Guardian l u n u a r y 31, 1030 Citizens Title T r u f t Company, Hxccutor as h i n t e d by Peter G. Uameron, Secretary of B a n k i n g of (he Htatn u£ I J uni sylvanla. Guardian , J a n u a r y 01 IMo OHIv.ens Title Trust Company. (Executor f)S elated by V n t o r G. Cameron, .Secretary oC Banking of the ,-'tato o£ l j o n n s y l v u n l , i , QuardUn J j n u a i y 31, 3080 f j l t l z o n s THU 1 Trust Company, J C x p o u t o i s.s ^ t a t f » r t b j I V l c r O. Cameron, Secretary of B a n k i n g of llic S l i i , ' of J'emi.syKJinla, Guardian ." J a n u a r y at, 31)30 ·Mary Zamon, a Minor Citizens Title Trust I'umpany, G u a r d i a n , as siatad by Pijtcr i. Cameron, Secretary of Banking ". Jaiiuai y 31 1030 ·MaJollnu Siamon C i t i z e n s Title Trust Company, G u a r d i a n , na stated by PctRr G, Cameron, Secretary of Banking January 31 1030 CHI/.onB Title T r u n t Company, ( t U d r J I u n , as stated by 1'cti-r ' U. Cameron, Secretary of U a n H I n g j muary SI 1")30 ('Illzena Title Trust Company, G u a r d i a n , as ulaic.J by J'ct-i- ' ' O. Cameron, Secretary of Banking; J a n u a r y St 1330 CRI-iens-Title fc Trust Company, Trustee ,as statcil by I'oti»r (}. Cameron, Secretary ot Banking ,, i j n u a n y S l 1530 , g 1'a.ui Hasan , Citizens Title Trust Company, Trusloe, as stated by Poirr ;. Cameron, Sfcretary yi B a n k i n g ,. t J n n u a r v T l Rclgli A Miirtetta, A I m i n l a l mtor '.'..'. iliMumi-v 'ti M u r y 1). Strirkler, K x i c u t r i x , !!.!!.'! Ji nuai-y Ifl The N a t i o n a l Bank of F a y e t t e C o u n t y , A d m i n i s t r a t o r c. t. a.. . J a n u a r y r,! ).inlife i y 31, 1931) Janua-y 77.--Ida Burnottl .... 78.--(Jflando Burnettl TO.--R. Abbott Smith SI S'-'. S3.' 84.. sr.- -Paul Samargiga .. -Mlnnlo A. Duwaon . -Sarah A. Wood ward -Wlnona C. Ban-a .. -0. C. Harford lt,To t!;!0 rge II. Baird and J r a n k H. HCRS, Kxecutors .Cllisccns Title Trust Company, Administrator .William Hafer ... ................ JTed, Hater, A d m i n i s t r a t o r ......... . ............ , ........ ;_ j !lnua ,. y AUDIT N t T I C K . loyo A.11 parties Interested are hereby notilied that an Audit I 1st wilt be made up of all tho forego In u account, · , ,, 8 alJ Hot will be called on Monday, the 17th day of Marcli, It 30, at 10 o'clock .A. M , and c o n t i n u e the rear let aach dav (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) u n t i l tho list shall have b e e n disposed of. * oi MLLn Q A V R*8Tl«ter of WUI» Co»rt. llob-it-ait. Use Oar Classified Ads

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