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PAGE TEN. THE CABOT COURIER, CONNKLiLSVIUt.fi;, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1D3S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9o cash; lOc charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, Bc'cash; 7c charge. -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. ^ Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: rgi 13 For lino. 7o cash; 80 charge. l - . These Rates Are BasecfOn Consecutive Insertions. -There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks/'" 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Special--YduT Ad Inserted V Times for the Price of Six!--Special NcfAa 1 . Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Monrmnc Goods 4 BASKETS fc SPBAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES1 P. R. DcMUTH 4 SONS C-VTLLE--50 - SCOTTDALE-834 Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 Funcral^Dtrectors --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word'ln Funeral Servico" CALLT CONKECLSVILLE 150 Personals MAN)--Get vigor at onccl New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw ojster in- vlgorato"s and other stimulants One dose peps up organs, glands, blood Kcgular price $1. Special price 89 Call, write Union Drug Co Automotive Automobiles tor Salo 11 ITS HERE! STOP! LOOK! SEE 1T1 SHIPPED DIRECT FROM AUTO SHOW IN DETROIT. A CUT-AWAY CHASSIS OF THE NEW J038 FORD V-8 NOW ON DISPLAY FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY jjj Olrn suov; ROOMS ~ - FOR YOUR INSPECTION! BEFOIIE BUYING A" NEW CAR _ SEE THE NEW- 1938 MODELS 6? THE ~FORD V-8' - ' "ind " - - LINCOLN ZEPHYR ^ Trades 1 Easy TcrmsT Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. __ PHONE «T. Open Evenings! Open Sundaysl 1 DEPENDABLE USED CARSl At Prices You Cannot Beat Anywhercl 1936 PLYMOUTH SEDAN M25 1835 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN M95 ISM CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN 5315 1935 FORD TUDOR SFDAN SJ95 1911 PLYMOUTH TRUNK SEDAN ?325 1934 PONTIAC SEDAN WITH RADIO AND HEATER S350 1533 DODGE COUPE S3J5 1934 DODGE EXPRESS TRUCK M25 SEE THIS CAR! At Less Thnn Lower Priced Cars NEW --3937 Dodge Touring Scd-ms Low Down PaMncnt, $190 Bilance Monthly Oun A Dependable DODGE. For Less Than The Price Of The Lower Priced Carsl Grab It! It Won't Last Lonfl DODGE TRUCK--All tlecl body l«-toni Heavy duty hjdraullc dump driven only 10000 mllos Selling with New Truck Guarantee 1 H C GALLATIN DODOE and PLYMOUTH SALES tt SERVICE 315 W CRAWFORD AVE" PHONE 388 EVERY LOAD 1NSURFD1 ong distance and local moving. Modern storage for household Roods We do crating lor shipment by rail. Dull b Trinsfer a* Storage Phone 50 122 E Peach btrcct Farm Tractors for Salo 12-A TOR SALE--Small form xnd garden trac torb 5 sizes Write or call at Grover C Sinslcy. R 1. Seottdalc, Pa T Antes, Accessories, Tires, Tarts 1 "O-K." DSED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WEHTHELMEK MEN'S STORE AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT __ 127 WEST APPLE STREET. · MASON MOTOR COMPANY. 11. Open Evenings 'till D o'cloclc. ~ Open Sundays 'till B o'clock. PHONE IDS. AEL CAR CHAINS ,. 'i OFF ALL CAR HEATERS _ !i OFF STORAGE BATTERY (EXCIt ) _ . S3 33 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 70 ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 50 FOG LIGHTS PER. PAIR. M B BATTERIES - 9Se MIDGET RADIOS - - _ _ $12.85 U LOWEST PRICES AUTO PARTS. TIRES RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE «! RADIO COMPANY. ISO E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE H Wanted--Automotive Business Service Moving, Truckinc, Storage 25 Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull Son Phon« C vule. 107. Dawson, 3201 or 3631 Printing, Engraving, BlnOinz 27 t E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads!--Bill Ileadsl For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardsl Calling Cards!--Hand 8111«l--Bindlnsl No Trespassing SiCTS For Salel All Work Guaranteed I At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PIIONE 65 COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine, lOc bu*hcl delivered. Cash Koballa Bros. Phone 2037 Houcholtl Goods FOR SALE1 -- FOR SALEI BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furniture including washing machines Also flat top desks adding machines and ypewrltcrs DULLS STORAGE 112 EAST PEACH STREET PHONE, 50 Professional Service 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery nnd other surgical ippliances A A Clarke PH G DruKE'*' 323 North Pltbburg street. Phone 194 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE, RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEE1 AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! Wanted--To Buy 66 Repairing and RcflnUhing 23 SAMS UPHOLSTERING «. 1U.PAIR SHOP--Guaranteed work For wilt, rebuilt living room suites beds drciMrs and man other aiticlei 307 North Water street. Connellsville. Pa UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Awnings, slip coders. Latest labrlcs. Rudolph*. 131 E. Falrvievr Ave. Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male MAN AND WIFE--To run Coffee Agcnc Up to S45 first week Automobl e given ·s fconu* Write Albert Mills. 4445 Monrnouth. Cinclnn^'l. O Financial Need Money CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must be a bargiln Write Automobile, eacc 1 o{ Courier, describing car and price. ! LATE MODEL USED CARSl HETZEL-YOUNG- MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALETPENNA." PHONE 407 Business Service Business Service Offered IS CALL FISHES--FOR AWNINGS . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING QUALITY WORK PHONE SMS LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E E VAN SCOY. INC 559 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 143 IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all tho facts which you would ·want to know if. you yourself ueru a prospective buyer $1 OILS--And makes minor afljuttmenw on any sewing machine in your home Parts extra Phone 800. Troutman'l Insurance and: Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE rAYETTE REALTY CO. PIIONE 1375. T. D GARDNER, MGR FOH SALE--Stock bull See R C Gins- burn Star Route Scottdale, Pa RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds James R. Laughlln--INSURANCE See REMEMBER. Tho more you My. tho rne for rates 303 First National Bank Ciuickcr it pays. I Building. Phone 520 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Today's \inchartec! "puzzle starts with No. I, across, a five-letter word. No. 1, down, a five-letter word. Fill In square at the end of each word and check with tomorrow's solution. ACROSS t--Take pleas- over uro in 22--A condiment 6--An Instnl- 25--Market 27--Shout 29--Form of tho verb "to be" 30--Cry o£ a sheep 32--Help 33--To perfume with odors 35--Suffered mcnt for threshing grain by hand 11--Let 12--Girl's namo 13--The grampus M--Scrutinize tho night- 25--Of old times shade family (poetic) 18--Smallest 28--Contour 19--A cent 21--A tree that yields fruit 22--A sailing vessel 23--Sphere of action 24--Cogwheels Answer to previous purzlo 30--Wager 31--Diminutive of Abraham 34--Note of the scale 3G--Bone (anatomy) IS--Odd (slang) 37--A venomous snake o£ India 38--Location of the Krupp 17--Puddle 19--Read with profound attention 20--Scattered st«el works' DOWN 1--Slip away 6--A winged Insect 7--Behold! . 8--A, missile 2--Homan em- ptror 3--Father of the twelve patriarch* 4--Eskcr ti--Amrmatlve reply u "·capon used with ibow 9--Hardened 10--Crippled 15--A flower of SHORT OF CASH In This Short MonlhT Get o PerMnal I oan here Onlv ONE thine mcdtd --the ability to repi} srnnl! reRular nmount% on any lo«n plnn ou Relccl. Come In NOW! LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS PERSONAL riN'ANCE COMPANY O\.er McCrcij ·. Store Phoni M WEST CnAW'ORD AVtNUZ CASK IS WHAT WE PAY-- BJltNC IN ALL. YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO T1DS DAIL.Y COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "JC" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AHOUND AND MAKE YOUP.SEi.1 SOME SIONDQ-O Rooms and Board Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 TOR SALE--1 tv.o-ycir-o!d registered Guernsey Bull B r Strlckltr, llj miles west of Vandcrbllt Rooms Without Baud ONE LARCK BFDROOM--For rent, nilt- flblc for two persons. ]»dlc* preferred Jlenl reasonable Ue ot phone 507 Johnston avenue Phone A32 Rooms for Kousekeeplnc 69 Three nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping, private bath, privnte entrance. Inquire 31Q Ogden itreet Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flat* 74 TOJl HLiNT--Two nnd three room apartments lOT South Sixth itrett. Inquire Smutr Hardware on JIKNT--;Apartmrnl* Inquire Smutz Apartment Building. 715 Crawford axcnuo, \\cst Side Merchandise Articles for Sale DELCO LIGHT PLANT 50 Watt automatic control. Wcstinghouse Had plate batteries used only one yrnr Radio, vacuum cleaner, iron Will nacrlflcc Com* «nd «ee It work W. E Miller. Pleasant Valley Koad. near Mud School House, FOU SAL--Direct current Kohlcr lighting plant. Delco tlccp \\c\\ -water pump and three motors, '» 11 P Good condition Ucndlno*. Unlontovvn Road Buildings, Buildlne Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Repairing a bide-wa concreting a cellar floor. buUdhifi a drivc-^^^y, or doing concrete work of any kind call us for high quility cement *Jand and gravel Stone e Work Phone 17DO SIX ROOM A PA HTMENT--Furnished. In downtoun location Available February 1Mb Apply Paramount Theatre FOH RErn*-- Furnished llrht housekeeping npnrlmcnt tor two men 110 West Peach street. Phon« 14"0-J FOU71 IXOOM--Furntihtd npartmcnt with bitJi. elrcjrlc rcfrlRcrator. j?ara«c AdultA 203 West Washington Avenue Houses for Bent 77 TO SUB-UST---Jive room house, furnished, reasonable rent 237 S East Fnlrvitw a\cnwc Call 7,72-W. FOR Ri,NT--Five room house, near Hopwood Water, electricity KaraRt. fnilt $2500 Union Rcilty Compan. Un- Iontow.n Telephone 1C8 FOR RENT--Five room house, bath hot *atcr heat 110 South Fourth street West Side. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed nnd hand picked. 50c per bushel Somerset potatoes. $1-25 per bac We deliver 413 E. Washington Avc Phone 8C5-TI. SOMERSET POTATOES-?:^ per ba« Jlomc Beauty apples 503 E Ncwmyer Avc Phone 1B26-R HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKETt Why not run n small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will flnd a market for your farm products, your live stock, your form mplemcnts. and household goods? You will find many people who want to ' buy the many thinrs you hive for salcl The Daily Courier has a larpc rural circulation which makes it the popular cholco among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach, tho people who arc in tho market for your products You Will Find. Our rates In tho Bbo\e Classified heading All Classified Ads arc pa able In advance! Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? / NO--But more for our Heal Estate Dollar than you will ever get again BUV NOW I P f T F R n WKIMKR WEIMER ARCADE PHOPEHTIES FOR SALE OR RENTI T C PHALIN. SO CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 075. r X^ LEO BRUCE: COPYRIGHT BY LLOTOUCfct KE1CA3ED »Y _CCHTItAL_P»rjS ASSOCIATION WAD THIS FIRS1 Three Mmous detectives Lord Simon. il. Picon ana MonBlpnor Smith, ore lnv«8UKfttlng the murder ol Mrs. Mary Thuratpn midaie-nrca -»llc ol n retired Hnpllah pnysiclan. toana slain ID be4 durlnc A weok-cnd party at tho Tburaton home near London Those m the bouso irhca Mr*. Thurston retired vore hn- huoband. Towniend. the author, Williams, the family lawyer. StrtcKlaud. a aportaman, and tho acr- Tmnta. Mr. Rltfor. the vicar, had Been » dinner EUMI Thrto piercing acroam preceded the discovery ol the tracedy. Mrs. Thuraton a bedroom door waa bolted from tho Inalde and the onry open window, from which hart been tossed tho murder weapon, a Chinese knlfo from the Thunrton Hallway, was 20 feet from the ground Serreant Bee! tho local constable, also In on the scene Preliminary Investigation revealed Mra. Thumton had a stenaon by a flrst marriage who had a Dad name «nd who hnc" not been heard ol for ycara: also that hor bnnX account BUK- KCstcd aho may have been a blackmail victim Tho detectives are questioning tho Thurston cook. Stnll. the butler Is ''10 next witness. Stall Admits he waa fc^nrr ol inme sort of understanding between Mrs Thurston and the. chauffeur Ourlnp an IntPrtnlKlton tho author discusses tho caso with MITT. Smith NOW GO ON WITH THE STOltX: CHAPTER 22 I CONTINUED my coE«rsn- tion with Monslgncr Smith. "You don't think Mm. Thurston mas killed with thht Httlo Oriental knife '" "1 am sorry, but I'm afraid that ahc was. yes." "Well, then?" "What really purzlcs me is the '£200- "But surely there's no mystery about that. It was about the maximum which could bo got out of poor Mary Thurston just then." "And since that sum was drawn nnd paid, why did not the front door bell ring' I would like it to have rung. A bell may sound for a man's passing, but it may TOVO h.ls soul." "How do you know it didn't ring'" I asked him "After nil. tho cook .wasn't sure. She sale the girl waa having hysterics, nnd she might not have noticed It. It may have rung, for all you know." Ho blinked nt mo with solemn Interest. "That's true. Yes. believe you're right. Tho bell might have rung to tell those in the kitchen that someone was out* iridc. On the other band, it might have rung to tell them that some one wna not outside'" I could nc»t feel that this sort of speculation, brilliant though doubUc-w it was. could help me much towards deciding on toi Identity of tho murderer, and lof Mgr. Smith to bis glass of red wine and oatmeal biscuit. More out of irympathy thnn anything elso I crossed to ol Beef. Tho Investigation, so far as tt had gone, bad evidently given blm A splendid appetite and an enviable thirst. Ho bud made th most of them, but although thi supply of food and drink had been lavish and varied. I fancied tha he would have been more at horn in his usual scat In the public bar "Shouldn't be surprised If th! didn't opiet me," bo said, refer ring to a pinto of trifle bo wa. Onlihlng. "Bread and cheese an plcklei Is my supper, generally speaking." -And very nice, too." I admlttcw "WolU Sergeant, what do yot think of this InvesticatlonT" ·Think of It? Blanted wast of time, that's what It is. I 'ad darts match to play tonight," h added regretfully. "But we've got to and the mnr- dercr." I reminded him. "Avcn't I told vou I know 'o it Is?" he said, grovlng milt crimson with impatience "It ns plain as a pikestaff" added. "Then why don't yon arrest tb man--or woman, without furthc delay'" "Why notT Because thc« 'ere private detectives can't mind the own buslnew Pushing the noiei in nt Scotland Yard 1 Wto I made mv report I wni told wait till they've had their so Well, rm waiting Only I tils they'd 'urry up about it Wl "What really pnzzlcs ma Is tho two hundred pounds." loir stepsons, and their bells, and I heir whcrc^dld-thc-scrcams-comc- rom Why, they -ry to moke it ompllcatcd." 'I'm bound to say. though, Beef, ; doesn't took very simple to me." "No, sir. But then, you see, ou'rc not n pollc-mon, arc you' ' To which plcco. of stupid sclf- mportance I made no reply. Fellowcs came next. He had hanged from the smart and wcll- anncrcd chauffeur who had met iQ several times at the village tntlon. Be sat in the choir ffcrcd to him, with his bead bent orward, so that when hla eyes ose to meet those of his ques- ioner he had an almost lowering ippcarance. He looked sullen and 3D his guard. Z was dlsippolnted n this, for I bad somehow hoped hat ho would prove to be Innocent, and I felt that he was mak- ng a bad impression on the Investigators. For tho first Umn I allowed a mrely psychological or Instinc- ivo kind of speculation to work. Was thin the kind of man who could have murdered Mary Thurs,on? Could I picture him doing t? Was it in his mturo to do I t ? I bad never observed him close- y when nls not was off until now. I could not help admitting that his square, straight forehead, and ;be low line where his thick hair Jcgan. suggested something brutal about htm. Yet there was also in his manner an air of core-free and sailor-like good nature which seemed to contradict that. On the whole. I felt that If he was guilty It bad been with some extreme provocation, if such, a thing wore sosslblc. He hod not murdered with a mean or a greedy motive, If ho had murdered nt all. Lord Simon had begun quite chattily. -Know a bloke called Miles'" he asked. Fcllowes glanced up quickly "Yes." be said, with inquiry il hi voice. "Known him long?" -Some years." "Got into n spot of trouble with him. didn't vou'" "Good Lord. Are you going tc rake that up?" growled Followcs "Can't help it. Sorry to out tho ballv skeleton, and si that. But can't be helped. Whe did vou see Miles last?" "This morning." "See him yesterday?" "In tho afternoon, yes." "Where?" A long pause. "In the village." t was evident that Fellowcj meant to glvo absolutely UM ilnlmum of information necessary. "By appointment?" "No." "Where did you spend yester- ly afternoon'" "I nnd to meet Mr. Townsend t 5 05." -And before that?" "I was free," "What did you do'" "I was running tac car around lowly to warm the motor. Shc'»i ust been rcborcd." "Anyone with you?" Very decidedly Fellowcs said, "No." "You've been a sailor, tavent) ·ou, Fellowcs? Life on the oceoni wave, and all that sort of thing?1 " "I waa in the merchant service 'or a few years." -Had a pretty tough life, oae way and another?" Ho grinned. "I suppose you'd call .t pretty tough." "Ever seen anyone killed?" "Saw a boy eaten by alligators once. Crossing river it was, on the East Coast." 'And oo what with such hair- raisin' experiences and a spell in chokcy, you can reckon to be pretty hardbolled?" Is that your way of tying this Jiing on me?" asked FeZlowca truculently. 'Just one of my dam.' siUy , questions." said Lord Simon, re- crossing his legs. "And now ten! me something more interesting What was there between you and' Mrs. Thurston?" This question seemed to produco; a greater intensity in the atmos-i pherc. Sam Williams looked up,! and wntctcd Fellowos keenly, while even Sergeant Beef seemed interested. "Oh, that..." prevaricated Fel- lowcs. "Well, nothing really." -Nothing at all ?" -Well . ." "Come along, man. You're not going to pretend to be bashful, arc you?" "It wasn't an/tning to spealc of. I suppose she'd token rather a fancy to me." (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 Dullness Property far Sale 32 Foil SALE--Vindcrbilt Distillery Prop- crtj conslstlnK ol frnme distillery building, three-story brick nparlrncnt, s;x-room fnmc duelling,' four-stall, tuo-fctoo frame jnragc. two-still /ramc Kit-arc and stable W A Becd Van- dcrbllt Phone Dnwson 4941 Farms antl Land for Sale S3 A UEAL BUV1 BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, alt modern This property must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession Zrlco reduced to $1.500 PAUI. WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE P1IONE, 1*8 SEE T3JS PBOPERTYI SYCAMOItt. STIUSET--six room frame house, basement vapor hteam heat all conveniences, Two car carnge. Can arrange suitable terms WM P McKULTV EAGL.ES BUILUING PHONE 1760 Lots For "Sale 85 JOHV C SLATtR FABM--For -.lie 102 acres, Hrfic brick housf sc\eral out- uuUdlnKS, located near Broidford 22 Volumci Brlttanica enc clopcdlas cheap Write Mrj Grover C FosbrlnJc, Box 233 Bob'own, Pa Houses for Sale Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 IP YOU HAVE A STOKtH-Try a load of our specially prepared stoker coal Slone Work phono 1700 BEST QUALITY -- 0-Ft oeklnc coal. modc-alcly priced ImmodiatG delivery 3ci ild Schemer Phone ItQl FOH SALE--Six room house, bath and furnace Hirduood floors garnet House In good repair $3 000 Robert Morris Plione 505 FOR SAL.L--M'-c five room house on nivcd street Price reduced Sec Robert Norris Phone 505 CUSTOM COAI^-lOc- lie nnd He d^ mcrrd Gcorsc W Kern Connellwlllo Phone 4121-rt-Il PATRONIZE mow woo oavertltc. A-No 1 SLRVICF Is what vou get from i Clissified Ads When ou have a special 1 need to fill, phone us tho particulars and 1 details. You can Kct an ad-takcr at 12 or , 13. Tin: CLASSIFIED SECTION offer: a complete eclogue of uv uanls and offers of the people of ConncUsville and vicinity. SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove 60x140 ft Cliy ivalcr and EOS, telephone service near Street Car line and hichwiy If }ou arc interested In rood building lots at real Barfiain Prices, sec C. B McCormick Poplar Grove. Phone. Con- nellsvllle 1204-J or wife Pent Office Box 144, Connellsvlllc, Pn IT IS ONLY necessary to tcu people where real tnrfialns ar* 1 to bo found and a crowd will soon bo there Classlhvd ads arc constantly polnUng Uie way to real value for hundreds of people who regularly look to fncm for guidance WHENEVER you have a real need to nil the Classincd SccUon will help you to (111 it quickly, as easily and expensively Auctions-- Lcgals Auctioneers, Auction Sales 90 AUCTION SALE -- Channlne'i Garage flnd service Stitlon, Normalvillc. Pa, to be «old Saturuay, Feb. 19th. At 1 o clock P M Legal Notices. 91 ADMIMSTnATRICLk' J.OTJCE. CharlCb W Uush Attorney FSTATt OF C B ARISON. LATE OF Vwtlorbllt. Fiycttc County. Pennsylvania dccenscd Letters Administration d b n in the )o\e cslatc hiving been cnntcd to the undersigned, notice h, hereby Uven to all persons Indebted to tho said decedent to make paMnont to the unlcrslgm.d -without delay and all persons having clitms or lomind:» irnlnst said cstitc arc requested to iDuko known the same. Loim Fiv Clash Box 335 Vandcrbllt, Pa 1 omav C Arisen. Box 94 Mcrrtttstovvn. Pa Administratrices, d b n 9fcb-6t-v\ cd. TO TI1F. TAXPAYFRS Ol CONM LLS- Vtl-LE TOWVbHIP. PAYfcXTf. COUJ.T1, PEN.VA. Notice is hereby piven that the proposed annual budrct of ConncllsviHc Tov-nship Supervisors for the car 1938, as requilcd by Legislative Act No 30*1. approved June 5, 1337. is now in the hands of tho Secretary. Frank V Roy. No: 111 Jefferson Street, Connellsvillc Township FaicUe Countv. Pcnna where it mcv bo inspected from Tcbruarj 12th. I'jis to March th. 1038 fcb-14-16 East Huntingdon Township Drubbed By Hurst Passers ALVERTON, Feb. 16 --Hurst High ol Mount Pleasant township scored a 41 to 19 decision over East Huntingdon Township High on Tuesday night m Section 10. Popovcc, Alverton guard, suffered a diilocatcd arm in the opening quarter. The line-ups: Hurst G. P. Pts. Dolan, I 1 3 5 Kantorik, I 4 0 8 kailosKj, c 3 2 8 Phfrognei, g 2 0 4 Baluh, g . 1 0 2 ByM-.k, i 1 0 2 Jagoda, t 2 0 ·! Rudder, c 1 0 2 Hognn, c 1 0 2 Rutkoskj, g 2 0 4 Tot.ils £. Huntingdon Bales, £ . Thorn, f Pet so. c Popov ec, g OUenbuiff, g _~ Pytlok, g 18 G. _0 _2 4 0 _ 0 S 41 F. Pts 0 I 0 1 CLASSIFIED purchasers arc not regretted bccaucs they arc only made when the bujcr needs to bu v and the seller needs to sell WHI.N YOU SHOP throurh the Classified isecUon ou buy from choice not from DCi-suaston IN DtALlNG Ihrouch Cllsslhed Ad., nothing is uabtr-d Both buyer and seller profit equally. ONE ARREST MADE IN LIQUOR RAID Spcclil to The Courier UNIONTOWN. Fob 16 --Staging a iUipnse visit Saturday aftcrroon to jn nllcscd Dunbar moonshiners piradiic, Federal nnd State ngir.ts arrested one suspect, confiscated a SO-fiallon still nnd foui gallons ol moonshine and dcstioed 100 gallons of rnnsh The still was discovered in a tlncktt near the home ol Colborn Trowel AlthouKh no person \v.is found on the scene Trcssler liid knowlerlco of its picsence, nc- coidms to ofliccis, \\bo vv.is ai rested iioiich of the Tressler horre re\ealerl tine" ,dc!itir»! il cm n t s of moonsliino nccoidmK to polico Tjcssler v .it committed to jail m default ol bail. Totils _ 7 Score by quarters: Hurst 11 8 10 East Huntingdon 5 6 4 Referee -- Buckvvalter. 4 -- J Grccnsburtr Store Robbed. GRFENS71UKG, Fob 16 --TV robbers hold up an A. P. store Th rd street and Westminster a\ nuc S-Uurday niRht and took t tvveen SC and S25 from a cash rcg tei. By in undisclosed ruse, t robbers ucre kept away from 1 safe, it was said Minci round In Shack. SOW* KSET, Feb. 16 --Body Frank Pluniky, 57, miner of. Ga R.m, \%,is found Mond ty m a sha uhf*ir^ he Jived ilono A heart att v^ is bl.imrcl He Uaxe: three c dtcn The funeral will be 1 Thursday.

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