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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14,1 Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. ® Ads to Be Run 3 Times: rgi ".'..Per line, -7o cash; 8c charge. - Ads to ba Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge.. . : These.Rates Are;Based On Consecutive Insertions, i ·'·:·' There are five (5) average words to each line. 'Cards of Thanks,''50c Flat Rate.--'. : , ·'·· .;'"; Phone. 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. 'Speda/--Your Ad Inserted 1 U 7" Times for the i?rice of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three'(3): Lines! y , Announcements Card of Thanks WARDLEY--Wo wish to .toko this means ./of expressing our "sincere appreciation and thanks to our many kind neighbors, " friends nnd relatives for" their many acts ol kindness. .'and sympathy -ex- · · tended us durlnc- our recent sad be- rcavoment, the death of our father. . Krandfathcr and husband James Ward-- - Icy. -Especially do we desire to thank Rev. L. S. Elliott, pastor o£ the First M t -- E.--Church;-the-pallbearers, those who "Kent the beautiful flowers, the Masons. members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive. Engineers, those who so kindly - donated the use of their cars and 'all "". those-who'assisted us. In any way. Mrs. · · Jamec WnrUley- and family.- ~ C.UINN--Wo take this mc«ns-of thanklns- our many: friends, relatives'and neighbors for the kindness .and sympathy · extended us during our' recent sad bereavement, the death' of "our brother. · Jnmcs 3. Qulnn. -Espcclaljy do we wish - - to thank tho-Veterans ol Foreign -Wars.. Milton L. Bishop Post, American Legion, those who sent flowery, those who so klndjy furnished cars and all who assisted us In any way. Sisters and -- -brother.-- ·· Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS · - - · AT REASONABLE PRICES! P. R. DcMUTH St SONS CTVILLE--SO SCOTTDALE--8M Funeral' Directors'' : ·--SIBEL. FUNERAi; HOME-i ~ The Last Word *Jn Funernl Service." CAUL." CONNELLSVILLE 350. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 ITS HERE! STOP! LOOK! SEE IT! · . SHIPPED .DIRECT ; : ' : ' _ ' · · FROM AUTO SHOW IN DETROIT. A CUT-AWAY CHASSIS OF THE NEW 1038 FORD v-a NOW ON DISPLAY FOB A SHORT TIME ONLY ; IN OUR SHOW ROOMS FOR YOUR INSPECTION! BEFORi: BUYING A NEW CAR SEE THE NEW 103J MODELS OF THE FORD V-8 and LINCOLN ZEPHYR \ Trades! Easy Teems! Demonstrations I ·WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED . FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE, PHONE 407. Open Evenings! Open Sunday*! MODEL USED CARS I KETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 40? LARGE SELECTION USSD CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CABS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. H E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE S43. ECONOMY OF TIME, money and effort results from Classified rcadlne. Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 -O.-K," USED CARS .. NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAB LOT · WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT'TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. - · - · · · AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT . 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON-MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'UU 9 o'clock. Open'Sundays till 6 o'clock. PHONE 103. Farm Tractors for Sale 12rA FOR SALE--Small farm and Burden trac- · tors, 5 sires. Write or call at Giover C. Slnslcy, R. I, Scottdalc. Pa. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS _. « OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS H OFFI STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) ., »359 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 10c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 53c FOG LIGHTS PER PAIR. J4.1S B BATTERIES 03c MIDGET RADIOS SIMS UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS, TIRES, - RADIO TUBES «: ACCESSORIES. COLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 118 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Wanted--Automotive 17 CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must . be » bariraln. Write ·Automobile, care of Courier, describing car and price. Business Service · Business Service Offered 18 UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. CALL. FISHER. PHONE S654. ; 1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any-sewing machine in your home. Part* extra. Phone 850. Troutman's. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LITE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. . PHONE 137S. · ; T. D. GARDNER. MGR. Business Service ·Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other- surgical ipplianccs. A, A, Clarke, PII.G. Druggist- 323 North Plttsburg street. Phone 104. Repairing and Ecflnlshlnc 29 SAM'S UPHOLSTERING REPAIR SHOP--Guaranteed work. For sale, rebuilt living .room-suites, beds, dressers ·· and many .'other articles. '307 North Water street, Conncllsvlllc. Pa. ·· - . UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Awnings.- slip covers. Litest fabrics:' Rudolph's. 131 E. Fairvlew Ave.' Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male AWNING MEN. EXPERIENCED--Act as our dealer. Write qualifications sensational offer. Largest canvas producers In East. Powers Co. Reed St. at !5th, Philadelphia. VACANCY--Old line Insurance Company. Must have car. Good references required. Apply 4IS Second National Bank Bldg* Unlontown. Pa. WANTED--Two Electric Appliance Salesmen. Experience not necessary, as Kelvinator appliances are easily sold. Frank Sweeney, 127 E. Crawford Ave. WANTED--Farm hand. Must be abl« to milk and drive car and have drivers' license. Robert Sllcer on Narrows Road. MAN AND WIFE--To run Coffee Agency. Up to S45 first week. Automobile given as bonus. Wri(e Albert Mills. 4445 Monmouth. O. Financial Need Money O-B DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--AH kinds. Sco me for-rates.' James R. Lauchlln, Insurance. 303 First National Banx Bulldlnc. Phono 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER fc STORAGE. Local and lone distance movlmj. Every load Insured- Modern storage for household goods. We do crating for shipment by rail. Phono SO. 122 East Peach street Prlntlnc, Engraving, BlnfUnc 21 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUH PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads!--Bill Headsl For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calllnc Cards!--Hand BUlsl--Blndlncl No Trespassing Signs For Salal All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE CS. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE, tt. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 24- 28" I25 7 zz IS. 27 25 81 1 ACROSS · -- --·'--'·-; _ mcnts -- 5-^Labor"--- - 23--Danish Cab.) S--Capital of 24--Steal from Algeria 26--Hall! 10--Correspond 27--Form of tho 12--The metal verb "to be" - tag on IT .lace 28--Skulk. 14--Narrow Inlet 30--Bustle - (gcol.) 31--A Hebrew l-^Period of patriarch ',' time (husband of . 17--Motor coach . Rebecca) 18r-From . . 33--Abscond :, 2p-7-Thrce (pta?. 35rr-To climb :.. Ox) · crawlingly '21--Printer'* 36-^A vegetable :"". measure 37^-Stoops ?2--Outer gar- ' " : To\m 1--A dull green noon repast "parrot of : 6--Excessive New ' · .. Indulgence, Zealand in some ac- J--Capital of · ··· tlvity · France 7--Small Island . 3--Argument "9--Minute .. «--A lifetime grooves ··. 11--Clotted . ducks --; for the car - 27--Emblazon 15--Courageous 20--A. hardy' 17--Capital of type of cab- Germany bage 18--Brother: 30--On the lea title of a. 32--Domestic monk pet 10--Open (poetic 33--Keccde form) 34--Half ems 25--A pair, as of Answer to previous puzzlo Get a "PERSONAI." LOAN to Clean up Xmas Bills Or Other Old Debts I Consolldnte ALL your bills with our PERSONAl,-lzed s e r v i c e . Small Monthly repayments. Como in NOW1 LOANS up to tOOO--ALL. PLANS. PERSONAL nNANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory's Store, Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Stock 48 KOR SALE OR TRADE--1 Jersey cow nnd 1 Chester white shoat. Dr. Jackson Farm, off Springfield Pike. FOR SALE--1 two-year-old registered Guernsey Bull. B. T. Slrlcklcr. 1« miles -west ol Vnndcrbllt. Poultry, ECCS and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--Plan now to set your chicks. All blood tutcd. LcKflom* from B. O. P. flockg. Newhampshlrcs from Jlubbard and Christy strands. Other breeds from high production flocks. "OUR PRICE JS BIGHT--WE HATCH RIGHT--YOU START RIGHT --THEY GROW RIGHT/ Thli Is tho kind you buy at The Sunbeam Hatch- cry, Beollsvllle. Pa« Route 40. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 DELCO LIGHT PLANT. 830 Watt automatic control, Wetlnghou:.e Irad plate batteries, used only one year. Kndio, vacuum cleaner, iron. Witt sacrifice. Come and see it work. W. E. Miller, Pleasant Viillcy Road, near Mud School House. Buildings, Bulldlnc Materials 53 OUR CEMENT--S,rind and sravel are of ·the fln«H Cjunllt'ics. Let ui fisurc your '. .requirements.'. Stone' fe Work. Phone 3700; Farm "and" Dairy 'Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. SOc per bushel. Somerset potatoes, $1.25 per ban. We deliver. 413 E. Washing' ton Ave. Phone 8G5-R. SOMERSET POTATOES-J1.2S per bag. Rome Beauty apples. 503 E. Newmycr Avc. Phono J826-R. HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live *tock. your, farm mplemcnts, and household goods? You will find many people ..who want to buy the rnnny things you have tor sale! The Dally Courier has » larso nlral .circulation which · makes tt the-- popular cholca among the farmers' and assures you that your message will reach .the people who are In tho market tor your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified hcadtnc. AU Classified Ads are payable in advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load ot our specially, prepared stoker coal. Stone f Work. Phone 1700. Merchandise Household Goods 5Q FOR SALE) - FOR SALBI BARGAINS--In all kinds ol used furniture includlnc washing machines. Also Hat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE, SO, STORE WIDE REDUCTIONSl ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEEI AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITUItE COMPANY... NORTH P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 20M. YOUB CREDIT IS (3OOD HEREI : Wanted--To Buy 66 CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OITICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKZ YOURSEU SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, auit- · able lor two persons, ladies preferred. Rent reasonable. Use of. phone, 607 Johnston avenue. Phone S3S. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms. private bath. Also suitable /or two Kcntlcmcn. Inquire I21C Chestnut St. Three nicely furnished rooms for Hsht housekeeping, private bath, private entrance. Inquire 316 Ogdcn street. 1 Van ted--Rooms or Board 73 WANT TO RENT-^-Two or three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping or small apartment. .Write E. 1\ Care of. Courier. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR 51ENT---Two and three room apartments, 109 South Sixth street. Inquire Smutz Hardware, On RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smuti Apartment Bulldlnf. 7J5 Crawford avenue. West Side. SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished, In downtown location. Available Fcbru «ry 15th. Apply Paramount Theatre. FOR RENT-- Furnished llRht househeep- injs' nprlmunt for two men. 116 West Peach street. Phone 1470-J. FOUR ROOM-- Furnishetl apartment with bath, electric refrigerator. Karaite. Adult*. 208 West Washington avenue. UOLWCS for Rent 77 TO SUB-LET--Five room houw. fur ntshcd, reasonable rent; 237 ?-j E«s1 Fairview avenue. Call 772-W. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate DOKT KORCKT--You can own th« home you havo been dreaming about. Come In nnd I wilt tell you how. Many fine homes Jn all sections of the city. PETER n. WKIMER WCIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OSl RENT1 T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELI-SV1LLE, PA. PHONE 875. ltu.sincss Properly for Sale 82 FOR SAL.E--VnnderblU Distillery Property, consigns of frame distillery build inn, three-story brick apartment; six-room frame dwelling; four-stall, two-story frame garaRc; two-stall frame ' car.iKc nnrt stable. W. A. Rced,-Van- derbllt. Phone Dawson 4941. Houses for Salo FOR .SALE--Six room house, bath,:and furnace. Hardwootf floors RaVfl IfoufvR in Rood repair. $3.000. Kobert ,Norrts, Phone 503; BEST ' QUALITY - 9-Ft coklnc coal. \ moderately priced. Immediate delivery Gerald Schomer. Phone 1991. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND KOAO--Jual one-hall mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land, nnd outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the very best o( condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire, ' Wm. P. McNULTY, I EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17CO. I CUSTOM. COAI--lOc. lie mid 13c delivered Gcorfic W. Kern. Connellsvtllc. [ Phone 4121-R-ll. ; FOR SAI..E--Brick house, six rooms, rc- j ccptlon hall. bath. Modern convent- I cnccs. 123 Snydcr St. Phone I437-R. : GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-1 Wm. Dull; of Son. Phone C'ville. 107; I Dnw!on. 3261 or 3631. j CO At,--Good black lumpy run ot mlnm, j lOc bushel delivered. Caih. Koballa I Bros. Phone 2037. · FOR SALE--Nice five room house on paved strcrt. Price reduced. Sec Robert Norris. Phone M5, | IN WHITING n Classified AdHbc sure ! to tell all the facls which you would I want (o know if you yourself were a prospective buyer. LEO COPYRIGHT BY IXO BXUCZi RCUASCD BY RKAD THIS FIRST: Tbreo famous detectives. Lord Simon. U. Picon, and Honslgnor Smltb, arc Investigating tho muraer of Airs. Mary Thurslon. middle-aged wife o f ' a ro- urcd English physician, found aloln in bod during a week-end party 04 the Tburaton homo near London. Tboso m the house whoa Mrs. Thurstoa retired ware her husband; Townacnd. the author; Williams, tho family lawyer: Strickland, a sportsman, and the servant*. Mr. illcjer, tbo vicar, bad I bean a dlnnor cueat. Thrco piercing screams .preceded tbo discovery of tho tragedy. ·Alra. Thuratoa'a bcaroom door won ' bolted from tho ln*tdo and tlie only open window, from which had been 'togacd the murder weapon, u Chinese knife from tho Thuratou hallway, was 20 foot from tho ground. Sergeant Bcol, tho local constable, also In on the scone. Preliminary investigation revealed A!ra. Thurston had n stepson oy A it rat marrlago who had a bad name and who bad not been heard of for ycara; also that her bank Account uui;- KCfltcd Bho may havo been a blackmail victim. Tho detectives aro qucattonlnc tho Thurston cook; Stall, tho butler. Is the next wltjles.1. NOW CO ON WITH TUB STORY: CHAPTER 20. I NOTICED M. Pleon making patterns furiously with match- sUcto aa Stall, tbo butler, answered Lord Simon's questions. {Ho was evidently much excited by I tho turn tho examination had taken. "Was the chauffeur's familiarity ,wlth tho parlor-maid--to which ·you objected--very noticeable?" "I believe they went to the length ot considering themselves engaged to be married," said the butler. "Was that so very wrong? After all, Stall, wo'rc all young once. Spring- in the air, acd what not." "Unsuitable, however. In members of the same staff, my lord." "Did Mrs. Thurstot. know of iff" "Certainly not." "Would she have minded, do yon think, U she had done so ?" At this point there was a noticeable pause, and watching Stall ;I could sea him glance with real {hostility towards his questioner. . The last question had sounded ao commonplace that I could not understand this. "I am not in a position to say, my lord," ho returned at lost. "There is nothing else, In fact, that you con tell us about the household, which might help us?" Stall paused again. "I think not, my lord," ho returned at last. "There waa nothing you hod noticed which, for Instance, would lave displeased Dr. Tburaton?" Again that uncomfortable pause, and a shifty fildc-gloncc at Ixrd Simon. "No, my lord." "It's a very great pity, Stall, that when you learned that ·charmln' way of talkin', you did ·cot at tho same timo get in tho "habit of spcakln* tho truth." "My lord . . ." "You know^to what I'm rcfcr- rin', don't you?" I respected Lord Simon at that inomcnt. Ho was so mercilessly, so icily, calm. Ono felt all the ircserve of experience and Intro- ;spection that lay behind his fop- jplsh manner. Ho was watching fthe wretched butler with a cold ·and detached store, and I could sco perspiration on Stall's narrow forcScnd. Several times tho butler tried to avoid his eyes, nnd to apeak, bn'. It seemed that the young man was too strong for the older one. "I havo an idea," ho admitted In a low voice. "You know that between Mrs. Thurston and tho chauffeur was aomcthing which ... shall we say, ought not to have existed 7" Williams broke to, "Really, Pllmsoll "Forgive me. Jolly old murder will out," Lord Simon reassured .him. "Never mind what it was, iStail, you know there was something?" "I hod my suspicions." "Ajid you were paid for kc«pin' them to yourself 7" At last tho man pulled himself together. His stage butler's manner seemed to leave him and he turned angrily to' Lord Simon. "That's not true!" ho said. "It wasn't that!" "Suppose you treat us to on ink- lln' of tho truth, then?" "I had given to Mrs. Thurston my notice," bo aald slowly. "I "Suppose you treat us to an Inldln' of tho truth, then?" was to leave at the «d of a fortnight." "Why?" "Because . . . because of what you've just said. She, and tho chauffeur. X wouldn't stay In a place where that was going on. I'm a respectable man." "Well?" "Leaving meant losing my share of tho will. Or what I would have got If she'd gone first So Mrs. Tburston, of her own free will, decided to compensate me." "For your share of tho will which you didn't take seriously." "Well, since I had to leave, through no fault of mine, Mrs. Thurston did not wish me to lose." "So she paid you several sums in single pound notes?" "She gave me what compensation she saw fit." "I think you'll be bally Incky If you get less than five years' Incomparably h a r d l a b o r , Stall. Bvcn if that's -where your troubles end, my lad." Oddly enough It was at this point that Stall's self-confidence seemed once more to return, "For accepting a present from a lady on leaving her service, my lord? I hardly think so." "For blackmail," said Lord Simon briefly. "Your witness, Picon." The little man sprang nimbly to his feet, scarcely able to contain himself. "You have sold that between tho chauffeur and the parlor-maid there was what you call a romance, is it not?" Stall looked contemptuous. "If you like to put it that way." "They were attached to each other, these two?" "Oh yes." "And between the chauffeur and madamc, also a little rapport, n'cst-cc pas?" "I don't know what there was. There was something." . "Then the parlor-maid, seeing her lover has some understanding with her mistress, is she not Jealous ?" "Oh, she knew on which side her bread was buttered." It was strange how Stall's grand manner had gone slnco ho had been exposed. Ho was defiant now, natural, and a little crude. "Her bread ? Pardon me, but what has to do with it the bread and the butter?" "I mean she knew what suited her own convenience. She didn't wont him losing hie job just then." "Bicn. So she allowed him to nlrt, aa you soy, with madam*?·" "I'm not saying she liked Ifc But she had to put up with It" · "You take a cynical view, Monsieur Stall." "I've seen enough to. Sna with ·her ratal What else did she want Ibut to talk to him?" "Ah. That la iiucressaat. Bo the trap for the little rat, it was a bluff, then? AB arrangement T, A rendezvous?" "That's what it comes to." "Voila! Now we are marching. So that last night when madamo told tho chauffeur to set the trap, she meant for him to come and speak with her?" "Shouldn't be surprised." "And the girl, she would know that, too?" "I don't know about that." "Then--as to this little gift, which madome so kindly and so ot her free will mode you. When did you receive that?" Once again it seemed that Stall^ hod been touched on a painful 1 spot. He did not answer. "Yes?" encouraged M. Picon gently. "I'm trying to remember." "But surely, mon ami, one docs not receive £200 every day. Is it so ordinary that you have Already forgotten?" "Who saw anything about JE200?" "Was that not then the sum?" Stall looked sulky "I don't know. It was a bundle of notes. I haven't counted it yet." "Voilfl A truly disinterested man! But come, my friend, when did you receive this?" This time his answer came"pat. "On Thursday afternoon." "At *vhat time?" "Just after lunch," "On Thursday? The day before yesterday?" "That's right." · Lord Simon heaved a despairing sigh, but M. Picon left the point. "What then did you do after, leaving Miss Storey so abruptly last night?" "Went to bed." . "Direct to bed?" "Yes." "You were In, bed when you heard the screams?" "Yes." "And you came straight down to the floor below?" "Yes." "In the meanwhile, you had heard nothing?" ·No." (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 A REAL BUY! BLACKSTONE ROAD, 116-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must be sold at once to settle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to H.SOO. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. MS. REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Servlo Station and Lunch Room. MUJtPHY AVENUE--Small- lour room building and two lots. VINE STREET--Two. eight room houses and one, six room house. LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house. 25 acre? of Rood farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six. room house and six acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Fivo room House and six room hoU5e, SOUTH CONNELLSVILLL -- Six room house, SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. Lois For Sale SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOB SALE--At Poplar Grove. COxHO ft City water and gas, telephone service, near Street Car lino and highway. If you arc Interested In Rood bulldlnr. lots at real Bargain Prices, sco C. B. McCormick. Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- ncllsviilc. 12M-J. or write Post Ofllce Box 144. Conncllsvlllc. Pa. Auctions-Lego Is Legal Notices. 91 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OK RAYMOND R. Rinjicr. late of South Conncllsvlllc, Fay- ctte County, Pa., deceased. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted !o the under- sifincd, notice is hereby Riven to all persons Indebted to tho said decedent to moke payment to the undersigned without delay, nnd all persons having claims or demands acainst said estate arc requested to make known the same, W. S. Rincer, Administrator, South Conncllsvillc. Pa, Hlfibce. Lcwellyn Higbec. Attorneys. 7fcb-6t-mon. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICK. C. W. MarUn, Attorney. THE ESTATE OK HARRIET MURPHY, late of Franklin' Township, Fayctte County. Pa., deceased. Lcttcre ot Administration in the above estate liavlnR been Rranted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby Klvcn to all persons incdbtcd ,o the said decedent to muke payment to the undor-slmcd without delay, and all persons -havlns claims or demands asalnst said estate arc requested to make known the same. Phoebe M. Brock, Administratrix, Smock, Pa. HIeb-6t-mon. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people whcro real burRalns nrr to be found and :* cro\vd will soon DO llierc Classllicd ads are constantly pointing the way to real value for hundreds ol people who look to them ioi guidance. TO Till: TAXPAYERS OK CO.VNELLS- VII.Lli TOWNSHIP, KAYETTK COUNTY, PENNA. Notice Is hereby given that the proposed annual budget of Conncllsvillc Township Supervisors for the year 1338. as required by Legislative Act. No. 306, approved June 5. 1337. la now in the hands of the Secretary. Frank V. Roy, North Jcfterson Street, Conncllsvllle Township, Fayctte County. Pcnna., where it niny he Inspected from Fcbruarv 12th, 1938 to March 4th. 1930. fcb-14-16. YUKON NATIONAL BANK LIQUIDATEC WASHINGTON, Feb. 14.--Liquidation of the Federal receivership o: the First National Bank- of Yukon Westmoreland county, was announced today by the office of tb comptroller of the currency. The receivership was liquidate during January, with an ultimate loss of more than 70 per cent to de positors, the comptroller's rcpor shows. Plnced in receivership in September, 1932, the Yukon bank's total disbursements under the recolvcrshlr aggregated only $09,818 or 58.63 pe cent of total liabilities. ' Unsecured depositors received fai less than this, however, in proportion to their claims. This was be cause ot oflsets allowed, and certain preferred and secured claims paid in full. The total of dividends to depositors, under the receivership, \va* only 28.3 per cent, the comptroller' report shows. Stockholders lost every dime o: their $30,000 capital stock, and in addition had to pay up another ?30,000 each man being assessed the amoun of. his stock, in order to give depositor:; as much of a return as possible. A-No. 1 SERVICE Is what you get from Classified Ads. when you have a special need to fill, phone us tho particulars and details. You can Ret an ad-taker at 12 or 13. I . THE CLASSIFIED SF.CTION offers a complete catalogue of the wants and offers of the people of Conncllsvillo and vicinity. , REMEMBER. The more you wy. tb« quicker It pays. Perfect Bridge Hands at Sea. SAN PEDRO, Cal., Feb. 14.--Officer!: of. the steamship Mariposa aif willing to give out the exact longitude nnd latitude of a Pacific Ocear spot between Australia and Pag Pago which they are convinced i the perfect place for playing bridge Each member of a foursome in th ship's .final bridge tournament dtew perfect hands, one evening. 1,300 Sec .lawns Win. A crowd of 1/200 saw Johnstow stop Grecnsburs, 2-1 lo 13, Frida nfcnl at the Jawns lloor. ; Severs hundred were turned away from th school more than half an hour bcfon .time*

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